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Oates, Groff among contributors to book on Thoreau legacy

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | Last month

Oates, Groff among contributors to book on Thoreau legacy

"Joyce Carol Oates and Douglas Brinkley are among the more than 20 riders contributing essays for a book about the legacy of Henry David Throw, You can expect it to come out next year. It's going to be called, now comes good sailing on Henry David Thoreau and the meaning of life. The title comes from the words. The nature writer and social commentator reportedly spoke as he neared his death. In 18

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Dr. Charles Binkley Discusses Medical Ethics in the Time of COVID-19

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:55 min | Last month

Dr. Charles Binkley Discusses Medical Ethics in the Time of COVID-19

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David Intra. Cosso with me today discussed the nation's response, the ongoing Kobe nineteen, pandemic and context of healthcare ethics. Is Dr. Charles, Brinkley the director of bioethics at the Santa Clara University's or coolest center for Applied Ethics. Dr Bank welcome to the program. Thank you, David. It's really good to be with you today I have to say dark billy Bigley I particularly appreciate time since of course, California's once again. Experiencing another unprecedented wildfire season. So thank you. For making. Absolutely it's a real privilege to be on the show Dr. Bentley's vile is, of course, posted on the podcast website. On background, our nation's response to the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic has been I would characterize as disastrous. For example, as has been widely reported approximately one third of all Kobe. Nineteen related deaths have been among Nursing Home Facility residents. African Americans have been more than twice as likely as non Hispanic whites to die of covid nineteen complications. Inadequately protected healthcare providers. Now conveniently turned heroes in a war against Covid as if the virus will one day surrender. Defeated, have been required to work in lethal environments as for Service Workers Moreover, minorities instead of recognizing their do a livable wage. Health Insurance and or sick leave. We term essential workers and give them a hand. Clap. Has for the federal government's response to the president's sensitivity apparently goes so far as his stating, it is what it is. That the dictionary defines a business phrase that can be literally translated as and pardon my French fuck it. As for the Congress's response seventy, five percent of direct and indirect cares act money's went to corporations any forthcoming or additional federal response must include for the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's prerequisite covid related legal immunity protection, or legislation consistent with what over twenty states have adopted to date. Are Spas the pandemic in some brings to light the chasm that continues to exist between medical ethics. Requires provider to support the betterment of public health and a responsibility to seek positive forms that are in the best injures of patience. And how we deliver health care that is substantially profit motive dominated. I'll add in my nearly twenty five years doing healthcare policy work in DC. I never wants to tenor meeting or participated in a conversation with the speaker disgust or made reference to, for example, John Rawls veil of big nurturance or tick him Olam. With Megan discuss the woeful state of healthcare ethics in the time of Covid is again Dr Charles Bentley. So with that as a somewhat lengthy introduction Dr Brinkley. Limb in assuming, you'd largely agree federal policymakers have to understated done a poor job of living up to their obligations and responding to the pandemic. So my question is in your view what generally accounts for this. David I. Think from a public policy perspective. Many of the issues have become overly politicized. So for instance, things like mask wearing school reopenings, how to reopen the economy have not always been based solely on the best medical or scientific principles but they've been put us is to take, for instance, the initial recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about school reopening those were revised based on the administration's desire to somehow make them more applicable or to open up things more aggressively. So science hasn't always. been the most respected voice in the pandemic Dr. Falcone has emerged as really a hero for what is truth, and so you have to consider the perspective of physicians in making recommendations in a physician or a scientist in general is going to base recommendations on doing good and avoiding harm. That's really the ethical principle of medicine, and so for instance, plan the American Academy of Pediatrics Recommendations for. School reopening is a very child centric perspective as well. You would expect the group of pediatricians to speak from the perspective of children and when you take the balance of school opening on the whole, it's far more advantageous to children for schools to be reopened not only because of the intellectual benefit schools provide but all the other resources of schools provide for children besides the traditional reading writing and arithmetic. Takes Her instance the number of hungry children who rely on schools for nourishment, the number of children but medical problems who rely on schools For their care asthma screening vision dental care. You look at children with disabilities who really are dependent on their schools, not only for learning but also for occupational therapy physical therapy and those students not only are not progressing in minsters they're regressing during the pandemic when they're not in schools, you can't substitute the services that they were offered in person with remote learning and must be heartbreaking to those parents to see their children regress in this time. So really the perspective of the most vulnerable and some ways has come to light. During the pandemic when I think globally about how ethics the affected the pandemic

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Scaredy Sharks & The Science of Fear

Wow In the World

04:31 min | Last month

Scaredy Sharks & The Science of Fear

"Fine. Psalms not even up, your can wake up the whole neighborhood. Time wake up both. Interest you when a jar Brinkley. Ground, coffee. Well. Might, as well. Take you up on that offer. By. Rubens. I'm thinking. Well. Ok Mindy. How about jar of Freshly Ground Kafi Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. At That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. mindy. This is just an empty jar. Where's the coffee? Jar Mindy I know what copy looks like I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar that's because smells are invisible is. Smells yeah. If you wonder freshly ground copy smell, you're going to have to open that jar. Hugh woke me up and got me out of bed for nothing open the JAR IRA. Okay. Visible coffee. What's? Her. In the. Jar Won't open because I. Put a child proof LID on it here. Let me take a crack. Back. Ground. Coffee fell. Hugh kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now we're is the real thing. Oh. I don't know maybe Dennis's Hauser's something Dennis coffey. Boy Do I ever have fresh single origin imported from. Peru's COMERICA region hand picked. Foley Washington Sun dried roast into action, and here we have. Never Mind I don't have copy. All of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. And this one is that super specific convenient stores smell. And this one over here is rotten. That one smells like Uranus. Uranus, the planet it's made up of gas called trajan sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. ooh. Oh. Okay. Scientifically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. To Mindy. These jars. Yeah We see he tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt you're smelling beeps? Purple Root, vegetable, that you roast in the oven and eat on salads turns or poop pink. Well, you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt. What else he got Let me. I know here try this one. What do you think? I think one might be completely empty mindy. Guy, I can smell it from the air. It's lily of the Valley Yeah your tennis. Coach. Is Lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for barring school she said it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved

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Lighting Designer Howell Binkley Passes Away

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last month

Lighting Designer Howell Binkley Passes Away

"Have some sad news from Broadway. Hamilton lighting designer Howl Brinkley has died. He was a 10 time Tony Award nominee and two time Tony Award winner, winning his first back in 2006 for best lighting design in a musical for Jersey Boys. Before picking up a Tony for Hamilton. That was 10 years later. Binkley died in Jacksonville, North Carolina, after a three year battle with lung cancer. He was 64.

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Getting Nosey About the Science of Smell

Wow In the World

06:00 min | Last month

Getting Nosey About the Science of Smell

"Free. Do. Not. Even up your wake up the whole neighborhood and it's about time whitecaps. Interest you when a jar Brinkley ground coffee. Well. Might as well. Take you up on that offer. Grabbed my room. Think in prime freshly tax. Okay Mindy. Hi. How about that jar of racially ground copy Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. Here you go. That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. Mindy. Just, an empty jar, where's the coffee and? The I know what copy looks like and I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar. Well, that's because smells are invisible guy. Roz. Smells Yeah if you want your freshly ground copy smelled you're going to have to open that jar. You woke me up and got me out of Bedford nothing open the Jar Guy Roger? Okay. Visible coffee. What's? In the this jar won't open. childproof lit on it here. Let me take a cry and. You're freshly ground coffee fell. Kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now, where is the real thing? Oh Maybe Dennis. Hauser's something Dennis copy. I I have fresh single origin beans imported from. Peru's Com Monica region handpicked and sorted Bali Washington Sun dried. Section and here we have. Never, mind I don't have copy media, all of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. and. This one is that super specific convenient store smell. and. This one over here is rotten egg. One smells like Uranus. Why I'm your rain is the planet made up of gas called hydrogen sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. Surprise you know that O. K. I. untypically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. Good overs in these jars Lucy. He tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt? You're smelling beeps? Purple root vegetables roasted in the oven and eat on salads turns or Poop pink who will you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt to me what else you got Let me. I know here, try this one. What do you think? I think that what might be completely empty mindy? I can smell it from here. It's lily of the valley. Tennis. This one is lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for boarding school. She said, it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved Boarding School Oh what is he talking about Mindy? Okay. So the scent of Lily of the Valley is one of those smells that skin care and beauty product companies are always trying to recreate demean for perfumes and soaps and Lotions Ya. It contains this chemical called Boerge. And for a lot of people like Dennis, even a tiny droplet of this stuff can spell super intense i. Can't smell it at all. Well, you're not alone guy, Roz you see this geneticist named Casey Trimmer. She got together with a team of researchers at the Mona L. Chemical Senses, Center Philadelphia and Rockefeller University in New York. City and she and her team set out to find out why different people smell different things differently, and just to be clear a geneticist is the type of scientists who studies how certain features are passed down from different generations of people, right? Right. Like, how heritage my mother's sense of smell and my great grandfather's sense of entitlement. So. I'm wondering deductor trimmer team suspected Sheen's or what makes you you and Mimi have some kind of role to play in the way different people experience different smells you know it so she and her fellow researchers decided to conduct A. Scientific experiment

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Orchid expert Dr Manos Kanellos answers a Dendrobium question

On The Ledge

11:12 min | 4 months ago

Orchid expert Dr Manos Kanellos answers a Dendrobium question

"It's time for question of the week and this one comes from Gaskin who has an issue with dendrobium orchid skin rights. I got it a couple of years ago and it's been a joy flowering profusely for the first eighteen months. He's also doubled in size when it arrived it had a few stumps which made me think you'd have been divided or cutback with my kids. I know to Prune flowering stems back to the next node after flowering wanted. My danger need something similar and should I be dividing those rooting branche. Let's at the base. I am no dendrobium experts so I called on somebody who is to answer this question. Manosque ANALYSIS IS THE CO author of book growing orchids at home along with another orchid expert. Peter White so he was just the person meads speak to thankfully Manas was on hand to answer all Gaskins dendrobium queries. And then some are GonNa see three questions here. The basically the dribble what we're looking at is the drug of nobility which is native to Southeast East Asia and it is often referred as a cool growing in boom which is not doesn't do doctors in that it doesn't really need cool temperatures. But it's kind of spacey kind of special because it is one of the few calm only sold or kids that has a distinct growing unrest phase. It's going phase starts when you see buds on the gains in the rest phase stotts when the new gains have reached almost the height of the old canes their best boat late spring about. Now it's arrest and growing phase coincides with them with the nobody with a here now so I can see city questions that need to be honest from from paragraph. So the first question is what these stumps these dumps. In fact cut of games. The plant didn't need a one that say these case cut off but grow did cut them off so the blunt looks prettier for somebody to bite. Which these second question do you need to cut off the gains of the end of the Florence. No because they are used as reservoirs for nutrients and would that feed the new cades when the plan does need these old gains it will become crinkly yellow and then you can cut them off. It's not like offices which is unique in that. It Kennedy Flower on the same stem. These a flower. Normally it would just stop a move to the new gains but as they do not got the old game. I think this is where I've fallen down with this plant in the past because I in my ignorance of this plot have have cut off those stems before they sent me before they've gone completely yellow and Brinkley and as a result I've I was doing the right thing but obviously I wasn't and you end up with kind of an unbalanced ugly looking plan as well grow can do this because in the nursery does that. He's doing just before shows blunt. But he's doing it because in in your house you have perfect. Conditions was at home. The blood is not in ideal conditions. Most of the time so taking away it's Bui- Wa Shales nutrients in what is it. Makes it much more difficult for it to show? Its best left of left on the left with the plan until the plan tells you does need. I'm I guess this is. Why if you grow a few follow ups all kids you have to understand that the dendrobium Zarb different because that flowering style is quite different. They don't fly off from the same in the same way. Do they? Sort of flying from the side of the stag with a very short flowering stem as opposed to that long one get. We found offices years. There is different than two or three ways from other orchids. And as soon as you realize that most of the darkest got two or three significant but as if you only differences than the very to grow one is you know one or two key things. The key for this one is an interest and a glowing period joining address. You keep it cool in cool bright dry conditions Jewish growing face you know what orchid the key to eight was you do this L. Thrive. It's not difficult to grow at home now. The third question w dividing the Bronx leads at the bottom and a difficult one to answer. It's basically that says yes. No these orchid if it's not given a proper rest videoed develop not bronze. Let's they're called chi-chi's new plantlets on the canes if it does so these are best sprayed with some water will. Miss missed it and win the have enough road full five a couple of inches in length either be snapped off and then all put together in small report and you have a new plan but on this case in this picture this is not. Lebron's lead it doesn't look like a is. It just looked looks like a new cane. Orchid looks that it could do with reporting and now it is that I tend to report it all the way until the end of June. So it is best reported in a weaponry party is good to take a little bit of also dog from the bottom of the boat and boot the audit into its new book which should be only slightly bigger a little bit deeper. These huge go into into the bar. So if you really really wanted you cool take that bit off. But it's risky and you have to ask why the best thing is to be less with planned so you end up with a big stronger thriving blunt and what is the best mix to use with the dendrobium is it just like kind. Classic orchid bog just simply bought a don't balk based or anything called compost. You Know Eh isn't a very and you do. Not because they have long games a lot of people feel they need to put him in a big. But the problem with this is that it's not easy to keep it on the very dry Jimmy. It's rest period. So if need be for weight you could put a couple of Februaries in the but the best to just every time you just slightly at the best the next size up in terms of thought so the nets sized book on. I know that I say it. It looks a little bit too big for its board. But that's what it needs to do to do and say just balk which will enable enabled the grower to keep it on the on the dry side during rest field watering these kids. I mean is there any special requirements? Here judy is growing face You what you keep it moist but not overly wet. You can use hardwood that it's easy but it's good at least from time to time to use a rainwater always luke warm temperatures and it was. The new. Gains was the end of the season growing cheese on Wednesday new case of the the height. Alsi availed gains than you. Keep it on the dry side very little water from time to time with Chevy Mistake. So doesn't get bone dry and deal. You see a new buds appearing on the new gains. The new gains also good to be stoked will be supported otherwise can just fold over all or the garden grow. Not Straight okay. That makes sense. Well that's helped me. Also because I've I've got a couple of little Katie's or might dendrobium which I have. I have to say already removed without really checking what I was supposedly but removed them and they were glass of water in the minutes. Must pop those up there quite small but they have got decent read some them so they can just go into one newport with market bark and hopefully they'll go next year with the oxy skype is is you can just snap them off the gain of the boom rather than a cover to cut off a little bit of this time as you have to do with the with the front office and then. Yes dorothy three together with them on on a very small against the Mita in Bach and and not too much watering at the START STUCCO FLEETS. And then you'll have a and what about this worry that people have the they're all kids in see through. Pulse is not true because I can't seem to come from the nursery and report to. We need to look for seats. Report Oral Paik once. Okay very good question. A book is good because you see the system village focusing the size especially Clear all else equal is a good thing. I clear poured for not only for August for plotted plants as well because I can see the roots but it is not necessary to grow or what is essential in a boat. The guarding orchids is that it has good. Greenwich has blend your host closer to drain or kids especially for an obvious need to drain and dry well. Between what the other thing. Also which is the secret is easy. Key is don't even have a dome even clear participation it the Dome it is definitely made for orchids because no The plan needs that kind of special boot so there are clear thoughts in the market. Which frankly not really good for you. Because they don't have good Greenwich as long as the pot has very good grant. A lot of big holes at the bottom is good for orchids. The all clear is better because you also she system in the roots This House is when you say talk about the Dome is the Boston. Part isn't flat. It's got a raise section which presumably is increasing surface area for more act coming in the menu holes at the bottom of the foot. Give it good drellich than dome is mostly for Asia. The center of the if you think about it is basically a niche may be a neat and a half from the what whereas in innumerable port. It's still possible to have inches away from

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How Foodora couriers made history with their fight to join a union

The Big Story

09:12 min | 7 months ago

How Foodora couriers made history with their fight to join a union

"By now I think most of us no problems with the GIG economy. It treats workers as disposable doesn't offer benefits or protection or anything we traditionally associate with. You know a job. It doesn't pay well enough either so a regular shift can barely make ends meet so for the workers not great for users. It's incredibly convenient. And it's not going anywhere and that means that if anything is going to change in terms of working conditions in the GIG. It's going to have to happen the same way. Those conditions have been changed for more than a century with organizing but before you can officially or at least in the eyes of the law in Canada you need to be classified as workers not as independent contractors or entrepreneurs so that is the first fight but once it's been one then the doors open and then we'll see who tries to walk through it and how the companies that drive the GIG economy. Try TO SLAM IT in their face. Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the Big Story Sarah. Much headway is the work and wealth reporter with the Toronto Star. She also has an upcoming podcast. That is all about the fight for working conditions in the GIG economy I saw. Why don't you start because I know you've done a ton of this reporting? Just tell me a little bit about what it's like to work in the GIG delivery economy for food or or companies like that. Yeah I've learned a lot over the past year about kind of the daily routine and kind of daily reality for these workers. I mean the first thing to say is obviously often very physically demanding job done and often quite harsh and Brinkley. Dangerous Conditions Just imagine riding your bike around Toronto fifty kilometers a day in minus twenty weather. It's it's not easy so One of the major concerns of these workers as safety on the road and that partly speaks to as well the way. Our city is designed and not being Super Friendlier. Safe for cyclists. But you know. A bunch of the careers are also drivers. And there's a bunch of safety challenges that come with that as well in terms of having to sort of be tuned in this APP on your phone and driving around the city having to find parking spots that it's very challenging The second thing is that the pay is very low. I mean it's they get for food or are they. Got Four dollars and fifty cents for each delivery. And then they get a commoner a dollar per kilometer from restaurant to drop off so there's really an An incentive and an pressure to get as many orders as you can so again. That's quite demanding in that sense. In order to be financially viable. Really have to turn out those those orders. So yeah the low pay. The unpredictable pay is is Is a major feature of the job and I think. Lastly it's the sense that there's a bit of a lack of respect. I think is how the carriers would have described it for their job and For the for the people doing it. So so that's really sort of what I've learned about the everyday realities of the job. Will you mentioned briefly when you were talking about driving? But to what extent are they tied to this APP? At least according to what you've heard. Yeah so there's been hearings at the Labor board over the past six months that really revealed a lot about how these APP companies operating and obviously most companies don't have to reveal their inner workings but in this case they've sort of had to in a tribunal setting so we've sort of gotten a window into how the APPs intervene in workers kind of daily workflow infra doors case There's an algorithm that determines when you can get shifts so basically the fastest rider the best riders. The ones that you know never are late logging into the APP. And all that kind of thing they're gonNA get first priority in terms of selecting shifts. So that's one way that the APP kind of heavily bit of control. I didn't even realize that they worked in shifts. I thought it was kind of like Uber. Where you know you log in whenever you're ready for some more now that's the major difference between Food Aura. And say Uber Eats. You can just log in and start picking up orders but with Dora. There's sort of this. Extra layer so so some of the features of the way food were operates are are unique to fidora shifts has definitely one of them and then once you accept an order you sort of have the APP beeping at you and telling you whether you're on time in terms of delivering and that kind of thing so that's another way where you're sort of interaction with the APP all the time and Auras also unique because it does have a layer of human dispatchers who careers can also communicate with While they're on shift and what we kind of learned is that those dispatchers are in some ways monitoring couriers behavior which again can restrict or change their ability to log into the APP get shifts so the dispatchers issue strikes for what they see as poor performance whether it's late deliveries or whatever it is And that can in the worst circumstances actually lead to craze being deactivated from the APP and not being able to log in at all. So you've kind of hinted at a couple of times but what is unique about food or maybe explain this just Through the Lens of who is I've an Ostos. So I've also says a career with Dora and he's being at the forefront of trying to organize the union and If this group of careers successful they will be the first at based workforce in Canada to unionize and actually one of the first on the continent so it is a. It's a big deal and really the reason From speaking to an interviewing Ivan and other carriers that they're sort of trying to form a union it goes back to wages the safety and the respect on the job and really a big part of their argument is that you know food says all of these couriers are self-employed entrepreneurs. They don't have the right to form a union. They're you know they're entrepreneurs doing their own thing. The Independent contractors that we hear about all the time exactly and this is a huge pillar of the GIG economy and what Ivan and other careers basically sat at the Labor Board. Was I mean no? There's all these ways that the APP controls the way we do our job and in that sense. It sort of resembles an employer telling you you know when to work and how to work So that was One of the main thrust of what we heard at the Labor Board and recently the Labor Board essentially agreed with the carriers and said yes. This looks more like an employment relationship. So what is the difference or at least? What's the difference supposed to be between a fulltime employees or even just a part time employees and the typical independent contractor? Yes so I went. Boil it down to say that an independent contractor someone who has a lot of power and control over the way that they do their work and these stand to either profit or lose profit from the fruits of their labor so really easy to example to think of as a contractor that you hire to renovate your house your apartment you know you strike a deal with them and then they choose how they go about doing the job whether they bring in five guys to do their work for them or you know they call the plumber to come in and do something. They're really in control of of how they do that. Work and you can say hey at the end of the day. I'm not happy I'M GONNA end this contract. But you can't be like you know. I'm going to give you a performance review and discipline you for this thing that. I don't like that you did because they're not your employees so that kind of is the essence of an independent contractor And again most APP companies Classify their workers in this way. How does the term allow up companies to get more from these workers? Well I think what it does is really reduce the burden on the company as certainly a financial burden it means that the company companies are not paying into a pension plan into an inch employment insurance neither of the workers It means that the workers have no protection under provincial employment laws. It means that they don't have the right to join a union that they don't have the right to minimum wage. So you know it's really downloading a lot of the responsibility for you know your rights and protections on the job to the individual worker and removes them from the system That is set up to protect regular employees on the job. What was food or

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Trump administration delivers mixed messages on coronavirus

John Rothmann

02:09 min | 7 months ago

Trump administration delivers mixed messages on coronavirus

"Did you hear today one senior administration official blamed the national security staff for bundling the early coronavirus response already blaming somebody else other aides blamed the vice president's office which are taken the lead in the response and the this comment was made by one White House official the office of vice president seems way over its head way over its head they don't know what they're doing separately some H. took issue with the centers for disease control and prevention director Robert Redfield who dutifully stood by trump during his Friday visit to Atlanta agency and commended the president for his decisive leadership and of course trump for his part continue to denigrate the media the Democrats on Twitter for hyper over hyping the coronavirus now just to let this finger pointing reflect some of the broader confusion and mixed messages the health experts say hamper the trump administration's early attempts to staunch the the corona virus outbreak in the U. S. I do agree with that or not it it's fasting Douglas Brinkley presidential historian professor of history at Rice University said what has been remarkable is that trump has not had a global crisis like this during his presidency so far this in his leadership moment and he was ill prepared for it instead said Dr Brinkley trump wants to create an alternative lane of blame and of course you know the White House spokesperson the judge dear said this this is just more effort by the fake news to create panic among the American people and to speculate on palace intrigue the president has been leading from the very beginning to protect the health and safety of the American people and that is his priority the president has also been very clear that the vice president on the coronavirus task force are doing an incredible job leading the whole government approach to the close coordination with state and local leaders

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Could Gigi Hadid Actually Be a Juror in the Weinstein Trial?

Sarah and Vinnie

02:27 min | 9 months ago

Could Gigi Hadid Actually Be a Juror in the Weinstein Trial?

"So we'll start Harvey Weinstein this is a fun angle on it so they're picking the jury can one of the people who has made it past the first cut is Gigi Hadid I know there are you know how to get out of jury duty doesn't want to it doesn't seem to want to blame actually said I think I can keep an open mind on the fact she knows him doesn't she I have no idea and does a lot of the I believe that I will get you know people in common with him for sure she made a pass from one they're saying supermodel Gigi Hadid she might as Tom model is she knows that they're calling their these days look at she's known so super all right I tell you secrets she does so many television commercials for make he dies he's all over the place on TV and she's like no flowers the ugly one Gigi's file well they're both gorgeous but if if you have to raise our dangers the hot one they are they're they're both gorgeous I mean Gigi those my favorite in other anybody rather than L. McPherson in her day though come on els pretty great with Cindy Crawford is she at yes IRA sure Kathy Ireland Chrissy Teigen Christie Brinkley Christie Brinkley was in her name yeah hello gorgeous he adds you're right but I'm talking about we were just talking about how your face changes no matter what and you get that you know a little Ramseur it happens I'm not yeah I wish I would get runner get exact year yeah owl and the next thing I write everything is melting down looked up real good and I just wanna give a whole neck all right so she'll be on the jury good for her well I don't know if she's going to make it on to the jury but they're going through the thing so Monday morning she showed up to do our civic duty and she was not eliminated who did appear in the courtroom Monday morning or she's in the running to become one of Harvey once insurers according to reports from inside the courtroom she told the judge she thinks she can keep an open mind on the fact and you know really that's all that that's the entire stories that she might be here you go here's a picture Gigi aired one of the people that she is friends with that is testifying against Harvey is Salma Hayek I hope so yeah they're gonna there's a couple of she's not gonna make it maybe they're keeping her on so we cannot talk about it and they can maybe it is media take out two or more I don't know what is that well that's all over the place

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Could Gigi Hadid Actually Be a Juror in the Weinstein Trial?

Sarah and Vinnie

02:27 min | 9 months ago

Could Gigi Hadid Actually Be a Juror in the Weinstein Trial?

"So we'll start Harvey Weinstein this is a fun angle on it so they're picking the jury can one of the people who has made it past the first cut is Gigi Hadid I know there are you know how to get out of jury duty doesn't want to it doesn't seem to want to blame actually said I think I can keep an open mind on the fact she knows him doesn't she I have no idea and does a lot of the I believe that I will get you know people in common with him for sure she made a pass from one they're saying supermodel Gigi Hadid she might as Tom model is she knows that they're calling their these days look at she's known so super all right I tell you secrets she does so many television commercials for make he dies he's all over the place on TV and she's like no flowers the ugly one Gigi's file well they're both gorgeous but if if you have to raise our dangers the hot one they are they're they're both gorgeous I mean Gigi those my favorite in other anybody rather than L. McPherson in her day though come on els pretty great with Cindy Crawford is she at yes IRA sure Kathy Ireland Chrissy Teigen Christie Brinkley Christie Brinkley was in her name yeah hello gorgeous he adds you're right but I'm talking about we were just talking about how your face changes no matter what and you get that you know a little Ramseur it happens I'm not yeah I wish I would get runner get exact year yeah owl and the next thing I write everything is melting down looked up real good and I just wanna give a whole neck all right so she'll be on the jury good for her well I don't know if she's going to make it on to the jury but they're going through the thing so Monday morning she showed up to do our civic duty and she was not eliminated who did appear in the courtroom Monday morning or she's in the running to become one of Harvey once insurers according to reports from inside the courtroom she told the judge she thinks she can keep an open mind on the fact and you know really that's all that that's the entire stories that she might be here you go here's a picture Gigi aired one of the people that she is friends with that is testifying against Harvey is Salma Hayek I hope so yeah they're gonna there's a couple of she's not gonna make it maybe they're keeping her on so we cannot talk about it and they can maybe it is media take out two or more I don't know what is that well that's all over the place

Trump Welcomes a Senate Impeachment Trial

The Lead with Jake Tapper

08:32 min | 10 months ago

Trump Welcomes a Senate Impeachment Trial

"Welcome to the lead on Jake Tapper. We begin today with the politics. Lead president trump practically daring house. Democrats to impeach him and declaring he welcomes a senate trial across process that could theoretically get underway by Christmas. Now we've now heard and seen twelve witnesses testifying publicly seven hearings over five days while everyone sorting through the testimony. We should note that the most damning evidence came. I'm straight from the Horse's mouths fact. President trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate the bites. We know this not only because the rough transcript of the July twentieth call of the White House released but because president trump admitted it publicly. Yeah well I would think that if they were honest about it that SORTA major investigation into the Bison is very simple very simple answer indeed and what was the trump administration willing to do to secure secure this investigation into the bites. Were they willing to hold off a White House meeting which Presidents Alinsky desperately wanted to show US support to his public look into Putin. Well here's US ambassador to the EU. Gordon Zahn want. I know that members of this committee frequently frame. These complicated issues in the form of a simple question was there a quid pro quo as I testified previously with regard to the requested White House call and the White House meeting. The answer is yes. Yes silent says no question it was a quid pro quo. Hey Ukraine you want the White House meeting you need to announce these investigations. Okay now. What about that four hundred million dollars in USA? That Ukraine crane also desperately wanted well acting White House Chief-of-staff Mick Mulvaney explained why that was held up. He said so on camera now. He said he did so. So the president because the president wanted an investigation into Ukraine's role in the two thousand sixteen election. The look back to what happened happened in two thousand sixteen certainly was part of the thing that he was worried about in corruption with that nation. That is absolutely yup is a quid. Pro for funding will not flow unless the investigation into into Democratic Server. Happened as well. We do that all the time with with foreign policy and I have news for everybody get over it. There's going to be political influence in foreign policy. So yes there was a quid pro quo on the military aid and the other eight four hundred million dollars worth according to Mulvaney now two points on what Mulvaney said there one. He later tried to unseat what he said. And two veins portraying this as trying to get Ukraine to participate in a Justice Department investigation into two thousand sixteen but that is consistently. I'm not what president trump says he wants. President trump wants a look into a debunked conspiracy theory about Ukraine and the DNC server that US intelligence officials say was hacked by Russia not by Ukraine. Now this is just a fraction of the public evidence though these are facts seldom even acknowledged by the president's defenders. Facts are on our side. The facts are not facts are on the side. The truth is on the president's side the truth truth is the president of the United States by his own. Admission asked the foreign power to launch a major investigation into his political rival. Joe Biden his son and into a debunked conspiracy theory. These are investigations. That would help president trump politically and according to the president's own aides. The president used used a White House meeting and four hundred million taxpayer dollars to get Ukraine to do it now. You can debate whether or not it's criminal. You can debate whether or not it's impeachable impeachable. But you cannot debate whether or not those are the facts a CNN. Sara Murray reports Democrats are preparing to move forward with articles of impeachment. The president trump says bring it on. He's ready for an impeachment trial in the Senate Brinkley. I want to try. The Republican Party party has never been more unified Republican. Lawmakers have been working with the White House to prepare for a possible Senate trial coalescing around the notion that a long exhaustive Austin process may be the best course to protect the president. But I the house will have its say the house. Intelligence Committee and two other panels are crafting a report to serve but as the basis for articles of impeachment. Have the house. Judiciary Committee will consider after Thanksgiving. We have to decide. What does it mean and once we conclude our investigation If we decide that it means that the president should be held accountable. Democratic sources say a busy December is a head filled with public hearings and a likely vote in the House Judiciary Committee before before a full vote to impeach on the House floor which could come before Christmas Day. Potentially making trump the third president in history to be impeached. The House Democrats don't plan to wait for firsthand. Witnesses who have resisted testifying like acting chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo and former national national security adviser John Bolton they keep taking it to court and a no. We're not going to wait until the courts decide that might be information. That's available to the Senate. We can't wait for that because again. It's a technique it's obstruction of justice. Then in January. The impeachment battle is expected addition to the Senate where trump's fate will collide with six Democratic senators looking to unseat him in the next presidential election. I will be there for the trial you swear or but after weeks of hearings impassioned arguments from Democrats. This president believes he is above the law beyond accountability. And in in my view there is nothing more dangerous than unethical president. WHO believes there are above the law? Even Republican has been critical of trump. Don't appear convinced impeachment. It is the remedy an impeachable offense should be compelling overwhelmingly clear and unambiguous. I've not heard evidence proving. The President committed bribery or extortion. Now the White House legal team believes that is one hundred percent in the president's interest to have this public trial in the Senate. Jake it seems like we will soon find out if they are right all right Sarah Murray. Let's discuss with our team here today. Let me start with you because we heard from one democratic more credit congressman Brad Sherman today. Who said that in his? You wouldn't hurt to get more information so I guess the question is do you think. Democrats have made sufficient efficient case. Should they. I mean this idea that they're not gonNA wait for the courts they're not gonNA take too long etc those. Those are not arguments about the substance of of the evidence. Those are arguments about timing and politics show. Should they keep going well. I mean first of all timing and politics do matter so I think that that is something they have to take into consideration. I think think they made a case for anybody who wants to actually look at the case honestly and take the information honestly. I think they made an absolutely airtight case. You know the president it has done something. That's impeachable the Republicans don't want to absorb that information and I actually don't think it would make any difference whether it was John. Paul Moulton was up there overdue. Where did you Liana if there was some how able to even get these people to testify? There is nothing I just really can't think of anything that would make the Republicans change their mind because what has been demonstrated over. The last week is so horrifying and so clear and they can still sit there and say well it's inappropriate. It's so far beyond inappropriate. Every argument that they've made has been completely destroyed so they came out and made all these defenses. That one by one were knocked down They're laugh with no defenses. It's up to just say well it's bad but it's not impeachable. So the argument that she's making here is basically the house. Republicans and Senate Republicans are just not good faith. Operators there's there's no evidence it's going to convince them even if president trump literally were to shoot somebody on fifth avenue and everybody saw it. Yeah that may be true. But I think there's a gap that gives Republicans particularly in the Senate the opening if House Democrats want to make the charge of bribery or extortion. However you put it you need to prove that

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"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

"Donald trump the worst or at least on with parody maybe with Nixon but with Andrew Johnson. Bill Clinton it really is kind of a misdemeanor behavior going on that was punished. An actual break in and bugging of Watergate and the cover up for quite elaborate Britt. But I think what trump's done in this idea of holding up taxpayer money unless a foreign government delivers dirt on his political opponent. It's unbelievably it's beyond unseemly. It's anti American at its core. I think some people don't don't think this is such a big moment. Because they're seeing the outcome we are hyper. Partisan Republicans are going to stick with trump. They're going to call it a witch hunt and with the exception of maybe a in once it gets to the Senate there won't be more than one or two Republicans that want to impeach Donald Trump and therefore you know come March Archer whenever Donald Trump still president he still. The leader of the Republican Party is running for reelection with a really good chance of getting elected and that makes some people people feel. What now this isn't that big right? Now it's just like a a time holder. I disagree with that. I think what trump did is horrendous and net all hands on deck that we have a president also Intimidating witnesses. The amount of what he's doing to destabilize is the United States at home and abroad right now. Due to his brand of populism is very concerning but at least we know we have the impeachment inquiry to start putting the puzzle pieces together and having really a case built up against Donald Trump. Not a legal case. It's a political one with legal potential legal ramifications. Down the line right so there are basically three possible outcomes here three ways that this story where he can go. The House could decide not to approve articles of impeachment. The house could bring articles of impeachment and the Senate could choose not to convict and remove or president. Trump could be impeached convicted and removed from office. So let's talk about all three. What are the consequences of the House House? Failing to approve articles of impeachment which Seems Unlikely Day by day. It's almost impossible for me to imagine that outcome because of the testimonies were hearing and the evidence is so overwhelming that Congress will end up voting in will happen sooner rather than later. It's not gonNa be good news for Donald Trump. He is going to be impeached president in history we gets to the Senate. Eight is a little bit anti-seizure but I have a feeling that many Republicans in it's a talking point right now is that twenty twenty is an election year and let the public decide in in an election that Nixon had already won an election so it would have been a long you know basically four years of him empower. They didn't pick up the impeachment drum where with Donald Trump there's a lot of Republicans. Say you know what I don't like maybe what trump did but November is not that far away in John We let the people decide how bad it is. And that's that's where I think it's GonNa fall that Donald Trump will only have a few Republican senators. That turn on him more you know and then he will stay in office but we don't know what evidence is going to pop up yet. I mean we don't know what news coming but for leading Republican Senators Gopher. Oh I removal to become the butt of of hatred by the Republican right of today to be mocked by Sean Hannity and in the drudge report on down seems unlikely you'd have to be real profiles in courage and people go back to the Nixon years when read Howard Baker Kern all these Republicans. That's a different America. I WANNA pick up on that. There's there seems to be a the bipartisanship of particularly the Senate Committee on Watergate has has reached mythic proportion but it'd be listening to people like Scott Armstrong who's written about this. The Republicans weren't as bipartisan as they seemed and they they were giving reports to Nixon at the end of every day. There was some games that were being weighed but in public. They stood up and acted the part of statesmen mint. What's changed the politics haven't necessarily changed? I mean Republicans. Still WanNA fight for their team Democrats for their team but there. It was a premium in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three in the summer on looking like you cared about the country in front of your party. That's that seems to be gone. How did that happen happen by one thousand nine hundred eighty the Reagan revolution and Reagan's big idea for conservatives to survive is a Republican doesn't criticize another Republican that in unity conservative movement has strength in the fact that many people were so afraid of conservatives and then Reagan proved to be durable bolt two-term president the helped end the Cold War Republicans tended to be more unified but Barack Obama really kind of sealed it in because when he chose the first year to do that affordable healthcare act and bail out General Motors? And all of that Mitch. McConnell said very clearly. We aren't going to do any business with this guy period and as much as out trump. This is the age of the Mitch McConnell Republican Party they have yep decided that it's just a game politics in the end it's all about money and of Donald Trump is getting us. Supreme Court justices federal judges. Yes and is able to deregulate. Things open up coal mines in West Virginia or green light keystone pipeline through the heartland or drill the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. That this guy's worth us all sticking by him because if we lose trump the coalition will all break up. Trump brought new things to the Republican Party like the the. Ross Perot Nineteen percenters. Ross Pro Nineteen ninety-two got ninety. Nineteen percent of the vote on an anti NAFTA TRUMP SCOOP that up for them then the cult of personality of Donald Trump his ability to communicate on twitter but also on his TV show show. He's a powerful figure in American media landscape so to lose trump for those republicans. Right now and Mike Pence come in on an election action year. They are just going to try to act like this is just a hit job by Democrats and and get around this Robert Frost crossed the great poet said the only way out is through the only way for the Republicans right now to get out of this for the next couple months go through the process and just and don't turn on the Donald so let me finish with with one last question you said. We don't know all the facts we we seem to know a lot of them is. Is there in your view anything that we could find out. That would turn Republican senators against the prison. I think if somebody he liked Bolton could come forward and say that the president told me and a one to one conversation that he wasn't going to release we are not releasing aid money till the to the Ukraine Until we get some benefit out of this meaning dirt on the Biden's and Barack Obama the one thing the Republicans have going for them as they're kind of painting that these are underlying slight three people down from the president. Remember number and Watergate you had John Dean from the White House counsel turning and Bolton knows a lot and Bolton would be the I think the catch he's decided to let the courts decide whether he should come and give testimony and I know how fast that will happen. Bolton comes comes and talks with the cameras on lied. All bets are off where that conversation may head. Maybe.

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"brinkley" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"brinkley" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Which is cool. If you have kids you can give them a little clip of their own. It's starts at just twenty five dollars. When you go to get quip dot com slash who right now you will get your first refill pack for free. That's your first refill pack for free at GE t q dot Com slash who higher-end england-b bobby this is Kerstin longtime listener couple times caller I am calling because I saw a commercial for a very brady renovation innovation and it nearly been befall my chair because I was like what is this can you please explain this new show with the Brady's on HDTV I know that Brady Bunch is obviously them but clearly all the cast asked numbers or who's right right okay that was my cat has no if you hurt or valley so yeah if you could please talk about what what. I just saw I would appreciate it. Thanks in Greece by. It's funny that you call this now because I feel like I've been in. The process of hearing Bobby explained this show in the for the past full week like he just keeps bringing it up and being like. Can you believe a very brady renovation works this way and I'm like I actually don't know how it works. At all be fair I would not have watched the show I would. Maybe Watch I definitely I. I wouldn't watch it if I didn't I was a guest on extract great. TV podcasts outcasts by Tara Yano Dave Cole. It was really fun but my assignment was to watch a very bitter innovation and it was sort of excruciating which is weird coming from someone who loves HDTV. I watched so much HDTV on the flight and you would think that like mixing HDTV HDTV's sensible also with an assault or show would be like right in your wheelhouse and but the problem is which I explained on extract great but I will do again please again. Don't please on assume that people are going to go with no no no but thank you. I just feel crazy for saying things again but whatever so the problem with this show is that it sort sort of like HGTV all stars you have too many cooks in the kitchen and I don't really say that layer as a joke. The the hosts are the property rivers. Yes so Jonathan Andrew Scott Zoe additional has not showed up yet hang without them apparently but then you have the host of good bones Meena and Karen and they don't have the host of restored by the Ford The pursuer but affords which are the brothers and sisters who make the same minimalist house or mid century modern wannabe minimalist house in every single episode road then you have hidden potential which I've never seen her name is jasmine rather never seen her before and then there's Flea Market Flip Queen recently canceled Lara Spencer is there too and so surly. Yes recently canceled. Laura Spencer is also in the House but the thing is to go and then you have the original the surviving cast members of Wrigley to be to be fair. They got all of them which is cool. They did not dead. They're not busy okay. Let's be real. That's that's already if they're not dead. They're not busy but the way that the conceit of the show is fucking crazy so they by hi this House that went up for sale last year and it's the house that served as the facade of a brady bunch anyone who has seen the show a brady bunch understands understands that the House that you see on the credits and in every establishing shot is not the house they shot the show end because that's not how television works also the house they south the show in is enormous and the house you see on the street is tiny ruin and just say you're giving people a lot of credit like you're giving people a lot of credit every every day. Keep saying throughout the show over and over again. They'll be like America thinks. This is the house we have to make. It look like the house and it's like. America doesn't think that no no one thinks that the ceilings in the Brady Bunch show are like thirty feet high. What are you talking about so they basically because this house is just just like some normal little house that has nothing to do with the Brady Bunch House as we saw it on television for like four years they have to gut it and build a new you too story structure next to it so they're not just renovating the house. They're just building a brand new house. Would that has the same facade because it's like a funhouse thing. They don't match so that's the point of the show in each of the HDTV hosts has some other sort of task. You know like they're the person who goes to the flea market. They're the people who like have the design. Hi there the people who will do whatever but it's too many people and also the thing that drives me crazy. It's very like the later seasons of arrested development where clearly everyone had conflicting schedules. There's too many people and they had had to shoot everyone. Separately constantly feels like they're Frankenstein in this show together based on who was available when they are just as they are. It's not fun to watch the whole time. You're watching it. You're just like your distracted by how much of a cluster fuck the whole thing was. You know really just making money. They're going to have this be place that people can go visit. It's GonNa be just filming a show to make an attraction and they're like oh well. You know this is this will serve this purpose as well. The first episode got eight million viewers. The second episode got two million viewers so it seems like that's a pretty significant drop but ah I think people are going to be in screaming this house for the foreseeable future once it's open to the public that's the. I think it's like well. We might as well just have this show wall while we make this how it's like to money-making. It'll be on like virgo or something like you can rent. Oh No. I think it'll be actually an attraction. You can go visit but they're doing. They're doing sweepstakes where you can live in it for a week or something but the other thing about the house is that it's ugly like to promote it yeah. It's just an ugly house because they're making it look like a seventy s TV house which number one was lit completely differently when it was on stage number two. We watched on television like it's D- Saturated it's weird so when you see the real colors it looks dull and gross and everything's too big because it's used for television. It's like people want to feel like they're in the set so they're going to do with the exact same way as it was on the show like there yeah. I mean of course yet in the first episode. They'll show like the the the actual architect who designed it. Ah The property was are doing anything. They're just following instructions like me. Cooking a recipe from Blue Apron a green chef or something. It's like I didn't make I didn't develop this so there are like the more interesting thing how did these fucking architects do the weird magic of turning an impossible set into an actual house and that is completely completely glossed over they suddenly the blueprints and you're like okay but it's so much of like what's interesting about this. The technical stuff thing is how how it how they're going to do it. That's disappointing. It's SORTA sticks to the HDTV formula like wanting to see a house at the end of every episode like winning a reveal but the problem is the reveals Hugli like you want when you wanna see reveal unlike flip or flop or whatever it is or property brothers. It's like you at least a house that is meant for living in and this is not meant for living and so it kind of ruins the whole fun of HDTV. You Know Cher like I'm not looking at a house and being like EW gross. I would never live there. I loved us. I'm inspired by this little design houses house. I watch it's the fucking same thing every time and also this is not a house. I WANNA live. It's an astrologer play. It's getting the different. Ratings makes me think that people are onto them and they're like no anyway. That's very brady renovation and also yes. All of them are who's every remaining radio. It's really true. Actually Hi who weekly so Wendy Williams is accusing Christie Brinkley a fake breaking her arm so that Christi Brinkley's daughter Water Sailor I wanNA say sailor moon but it's not that sailors something else can take her spot on the show and become famous a law like your Ronda Hadeed making her daughters famous supermodels through putting them on reality TV. I'm one hundred percent on team. Wendy and wondering what you I think also if Christie Brinkley who or at them she was definitely them in the east but I'm wondering if she is a who now okay thanks contract by this this I just want to say before we even say what happened. This is an example. You're like why do you guys care about. Wendy Williams. Oh much. Why do you talk about her so much. This is an example of why Wendy is at the top of her game and no one else can compare literally. Wendy is up in the sky and everyone else is just like screw. Just scrounging founding forbids seriously in terms of every loss at prevalent gossips. I every gossip show is just aggregating. Other people's reports like from the top and Wendy is literally saying Christie Brinkley is faking her wrist injuries so that she can let her daughter on dancing with the story based on nothing genius no genius now every other every other gossip. The publication is reporting that as a new rumor but it's just funny. It was so funny it's so like fun and smart and Kalari is and like who the fuck cares whether it's true or not it's great and Wendy says please play this clip to like as much as you can because in the Clip Wendy says that she presented this conspiracy to her like people who are like hot topic like writer's room or whatever and everybody was like Wendy no she was like I don't care while she's talking about. This is losing their. I can't believe it dancing with the stars called Christie Brinkley and said do you WanNa dance and with the stores and so she said yes so after she got off the phone that's when she plotted her schedule now. Look so my thought is that she said look sailor. Here's what we're going to go to a few of these practices. I'm going to go on the Good Morning America in line with everybody else. Get all the press and stuff you know I'm GONNA walk around looking hot and sexy and then I'm going to play like I broke something and and she did break something allegedly the although Christie must tell you there wasn't a believing person in my entire bureau meeting this morning when I presented my case everyone one was like Christie. Brinkley is on dancing with the stars but before she could even get on the show to perform she falls and and breaks her wrist. They have footage of her falling and breaking her wrist and let me tell you it does not look like she broke her wrist and shoulder wrist and shoulder. Watch the CLIP YEP. I mean watch the clip like she doesn't even really land on the right wrist that she's talking about having broken so Wendy Wendy makes her claims which you've you've heard Wendy says that looks fake as hell. She looks the clipped. De Looks fake as hell. I didn't see I didn't see a wrist and a shoulder being fractured but that was real acute. Here's my thought dancing stars called Christie Brinkley and she said yes and after she got off the phone that's when they plotted her schedule in my opinion I think Kristie did what she signed up for dancing with the stars knowing she put her daughter sailor in their own sailor also in the past yeah sailor Brinkley Cook who is the step sister of iconic Billy Joel Joel's daughter Alexa Ray Joel member. They were in all in sports illustrated and it was like of course a very good. It was my favorite sports illustrated spread of all time. It was upsetting eh so i. This is my favorite part. This is a people report. Brinkley denied Williams theory and an exclusive interview people. This is actually extremely sad yeah quote. I'm totally shocked because I've been there for Wendy Williams. This is so weird. She said bursting into tears on the phone. I have to give her a call. I'm really stunned in a statement issued a good morning America for Williams remarks Brinkley joked show Biz all about getting a break and sailor and I both got one on dancing with the stars. This season sailor joined the cast when I got mine out. Somebody stop me. It hurts to laugh. She's fine. I still I don't care but he stopped me like Chris. Christie Brinkley's tears are not distracting distracting me from the truth okay so but what's funny. Is that with all of this. What's funny is all of this. He just loved Wendy so then blind a blind gossip did like a moment where they wrote about it and they said which I thought was interesting she's been trying.

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Christie Brinkley's Daughter Sailor Nails Her Dancing With the Stars Debut

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Christie Brinkley's Daughter Sailor Nails Her Dancing With the Stars Debut

"And did you hear the Primera ABC's dancing with the stars is tonight but one of the season's contestants supermodel Christie Brinkley has already dropped out due to injury did no yeah but you know what everybody said now that means that gives our daughter a chance to be in the spotlight her daughter will be out there model sailor Brinkley cook will be replacing Christie Brinkley well she's injured good

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"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

"To hear your judgment. Oh be here too. I'll have a cane and be half blind but i will be on the show doug. Thank you for joining us. We enjoyed it. Thank you joe so great to hear from professor brinkley and to put our current political situation into historical context. What's your big takeaway from that interview. I think it was the last bit where he talked about this the consequences of this election <hes>. I tend to agree that. This is an asterik presidency mincy an anomaly. It'll take a long time to recover from it if it's one term. If it's two terms this means that this is a a movement and as a a professor brinkley said <hes> significant historical figure in our country's history and that's frightening to me personally and i also think it gets at the two thousand election some of the democrats while he may not be the best messenger at times former vice president biden has the strongest message which is is this is a fight for the soul of our country. We cannot survive for more years of donald trump and be the country we think we are coming from a presidential ritual story and it's pretty powerful. One other thing i wanted to ask you about we touched on briefly in the interview was the three tweet of the conspiracy theory about the clintons breath. I'm sure you have a thought or two about this. I do too but wanted to get your take on it. Wasn't you know it's the most common phrase i keep hearing <hes> when it comes to trump trump is shocked but not surprised so yes shocked that you know the president of the united states would using twitter accused a former president president of the united states of murdering very high profile sex offender surprised no because donald trump and the reaction was what you'd expect expected to everyone on the right came to his defense and everybody on the left <hes> attacked him another moment i wanted to ask you about from last week was at taught donald trump's rally another one of his <hes> infamous rallies this time it was in new hampshire where he attempted to fat shame a protester who was removed from the hall by security <hes> even fox news cut away as the protesters were escorted from the hall and then we learned that the president called and apologized college is the next day having learned that the man that he was referring to actually a supporter. Was this a new low or was this just more of the same. I think think it's just more of the same donald trump in his heart believes that anyone who opposes him is subhuman he kind of starts from the assumption that black and brown people <hes> <hes> oppose him and are subhuman and that most women oppose him and he's gotta misogynistic view.

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"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

12:55 min | 1 year ago

"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

"He was a patriot nixon in a real sense and he was a global states person he really. I understood the cold war dynamics of his time. He was a deep reader. His hero was winston churchill. He practically memorized churchill's volumes about about the second world war and a nixon was one of our brighter presidents in sense of policy <hes> law history so that it's a big difference and also nixon had the wherewithal to recognize why cash in my chips into a big thing for history nixon for example was an ardent anti-communist he built his reputation the mccarthy era as that so did shock people that s. president nixon would go to china in one thousand nine hundred seventy two and do the big big breakthrough but because he had been such an anti-communist allowed ought to do the china event president trump easily right now lead the nation on gun control and do something he has public opinion on on aside. It would be bipartisan. It would be good for electoral politics but this inability this fear. He gets up crossing his so-called hall base makes him a very one dimensional president while nixon had multiple dimensions doug you talk about speaking with trump as is he prepared for inauguration and i wanted to go back and ask you about that. American presidents have usually been optimists roosevelt f._d._r. Teddy roosevelt f._d._r. Kennedy reagan and we just had president obama. How does trump's american carnage speech that presumably he was preparing or at least his speechwriters were when you met with him at mar-a-lago compare with reagan's morning in america are j._f._k.'s new frontier will would he was worried about at that time was being on brief and i told them about william henry harrison giving his inauguration. Which was you know well. The longest in american history and he later died of pneumonia one month later because of the coal decode giving his inauguration trump's. I wanted to be really. I want my inauguration to be very short and brief people today. Don't have the attention span dan. I got the feeling he was thinking about it. As a television event in the sense of stagecraft reagan and other presents certainly thought in those terms but trump kind of took a darker message he continued with his campaign litany of woes about the united states and the american carnage earnest is just a terrible britain line. It's you know in the win when somebody study jr presidential speechwriting it that whole paragraph got really dark and very bungled and it'll be known as the american carnage speech in history. It was not a good inaugural address. It was failed on hey buddy. You know considering if you go back and read it. It's teleprompter donald trump. It's not twitter and freelancing trump where the insulting of if people's intellects and ethnicity come pouring through but it'll be seen as one of the worst if not the worst inaugural address in u._s. History when you dig into presidential history and presidents it doesn't take long to figure out that all presidents don't always tell the truth but have we ever seen seen anything like donald trump and his problem with veracity in any other president no hook famously would jimmy carter ran in nineteen eighteen seventy six he was running on. I never tell a lie. I am joe. I'm honest unlike nixon and unlike johnson you know i'm a truth teller and i've never veto ally while his reporter came to plains georgia to meet jimmy carter's mother ms lillian ms lillian welcomed her the little town of plane and said you know how are you would you like some lemonade. You look so beautiful very flattering to the reporter and the reporter doug and said your son is going around don't saying he's never told a lie as mother. Are you going to tell me your boy never tobilai. Miss lillian said oh well jimmy tells white lies all the time hi but he's not a liar and the reporters so we you're splitting hairs as a white lie ally. What's the difference. Give me an idea what a white lie is ms lillian instead remember when i said welcome to planes and how wonderful it was to see you will. That's a white lie presidents. Tell white lies all time exaggerate. Their records politicians do but donald trump as a record of just lying as is the gasoline in his tank. He's a fabricator extraordinaire in that blurs fact and fiction against there's no sense of reality. I guess that's the point of a reality tv a star reality. T._v. isn't real. It's cameras in the room in lighting and take two's but we call it reality television and he's very much decided sided to run his presidency as if it's one great big reality tv show because that's the industry he was successful in and he and when you don't read you don't care about history. You just start doing a you know in what you are reading now. What he does read is coming out of his his the right. He's he's just reading their propaganda in then echoing it as president so we're not finding the kind of leadership in the sense of we were asking me about optimism most presents us optimism as their oxygen. I mean the ones that i write about theodore roosevelt in f._d._r. And ronald reagan dagan kennedy bill clinton. I mean everything's about optimism and trump. It's all just about himself and using fear is a vehicle even just recently. He said if i'm not reelected even if you don't like me of you know reelect me. The whole economy's going to go to the helena handbasket it. It's gonna crash soon as i leave. You know it's constantly convincing people to get behind him out of fear and that's why i don't believe he's go farewell in history because fearmongers never do you know it's not just the president. It's all the institutions around the president and the presidency it. It seems to me that a lot of damage is being done to institutions. The department of justice has become politicized. The intelligence communities become politicized just just last week there was a report out about the state they political appointees at the state department abusing a career foreign service officers and civil servants and and the mass exodus of the experts is this anomaly or are is trump inflicting long-term damage on our government. I think trump up is inflicting long-term damage. Question is how long that will be the reason being that it used to be in american history. The greatest honor would be to serve in government to work for the state department or recent manifestation the c. i. a. r. n. s. c. r. nasa people don't wanna do it now. It's not worth it because you take so much less money than you do. In the private sector so example i just wrote a book about kennedy and going the moonshot and i talking to a lot of young people that wanna be astronauts. Many wanna go work with musk and bazo sin a private sector in space because casa the federal government pay so low and you get harassed so much in so we may were getting a brain drain out of government a lot of the and then other other people are using it all right. You know what i'll go into washington one year get a credential that i wasn assistant secretary of something and then i'll get out to make money and and so that whole idea of public service has been lost. I think the good news may be the optimists is i think our country's main indicators are very strong. I i i believe still in the american people are colleges and universities are excellent. Our research and development continues our economy's doing pretty well but the broken down this of washington we hear about comes out and polls. I mean we when i just wrote about john f. Kennedy operating on a seventy percent approval rating the early sixties year president now that is operating at forty percent approval in add to that fact that congress has a lower approval approval rating than them about fifteen fifteen percent of the american people have trust in congress that failure of our country now as we told people that the federal the government is corrupt. They're out to get you out to take your money and this has been promoted on right wing talk radio since the nineteen eighties and beyond there's been a massive sense of deregulation that regulations aren't good and so you're seeing a venerable institution's next year will be fifty years of the environmental protection agency and they can't get their story out e._p._a. Of how they're keeping our air and water clean because they're just being gutted nonstop stop the interior department which is supposed to be preserving places for scenic beauty is suddenly now looking to how we can make money just leasing out lands in undoing national monuments like bears here in utah so we're in a place where we have a a trump administration that actually treats government as as the enemy and that's why it was not a shock that donald trump doesn't want congress people going israel. He feels like a dictator are he can pick up the phone and band people and in your now watching somebody with no historical bona fides working on dictatorial principles else. He's really looking at the world as a kind of a away as a right-wing dictator. He admires leaders in china north north korea more the need does leaders in germany and spain doug. Something happened this week that i want to get your take on from an historical perspective both what what happened in our response to it. The president re tweeted a conspiracy theory suggesting that clinton's had something to do with jeffrey epstein's means death and the response to that was a lot of pearl clutching and surprise by the left including my favorite constitutional law professor neil gall who you said the fact that the president would do that is quote unfathomable <hes> and a lot of people jumped on that and responded saying that's ridiculous including jamal smith breath who is a reporter and responded saying you know i don't understand why you could say that's unfathomable quote surprise as easily the most quixotic emotion of the the trump era and he went on to talk about presidents in history saying quote some have been slavers. Others paved the way for civil war another a trail. I love tears one invented weapons of mass destruction while leaving a city to drown so retweeting a conspiracy theory fits in saying it's fathomable and we just i've had keith boykin on earlier. This month. Who said trump is just a part of a long trend stoking fears of white identity politics and maybe even in the historical context context and not that much of an outlier looking at the way that some of our presidents have handled it so i wanna ask you <hes> how unique this actually this moment was for trump in the context context of the men that came before him but also the response the pro clutching the surprise the on my gosh. I can't believe this happened. How unique was that. We like to think that in in modern times there's a ex presidents club. I mean we don't have a house of lords in the united states like the u._k. Hey does and so when a president leaves office. There's this notion that they try to stay friendly with the other presidents in this has been a kind of a more a arrangement tradition. That's been very noble. I mean jimmy carter and gerald ford became great friends bill clinton and george herbert walker bush extremely close <music> because just like thomas jefferson and john adams used to just beat up on each other when they ran for the presidency in later years they became friends ends and their correspondence between adamson jefferson is almost part of the american canon of literature but what adams and jefferson were doing is saying. We've got how to remind people that in america even after once the election's over we honor each other even though we have some political differences so following that adams jefferson lesson almost presence have adhered to that there are often some dips in it like f._d._r..

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"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"brinkley" Discussed on Words Matter

"Welcome to words matter with katie barlow and joe lockhart. Welcome welcome to words matter. I'm katie barlow. Our goal is to promote objective reality as a wise man once said everyone is entitled to their own own opinion not their own facts words have power and words have consequences our guest. This week is a celebrated celebrated historian and the award winning author co author or editor of more than thirty books. Most of these works are focused on american presidents or people. We know because of presidents doug brinkley is the katherine sawn-off brown chair and humanities and professor of history at rice university a c._n._n. Presidential coll- historian and a contributing editor at vanity fair professor brinkley welcome to words matter. We'll thank you for having me on. I appreciate it duck. What start i with really what presidential historian is. How do you look at a president. How do you get in the room. We have so many guests here that are in the room mm-hmm at various parts of the government but you can't do that as a story in what do you rely on what materials what documents to get a sense dance of a presidency president and what their impact is well. I grew up in ohio in one of our bragging rights. We call the state eight the mother of presidents so when i was a kid growing up we would visit things like you know the birthplace of of ulysses s grant or other furby hayes is his home in fremont or the grave of william mckinley and i got interested in presidential history and there really is not a degree like if anybody nobody wants to go to college and major in presidential history it doesn't exist but there over the years have become some interesting programs prickly the miller center at at the university of virginia that does oral histories of of more recent presidencies but due to the cable television cable news this the idea that <hes> we desperately needs somebody to put current president's into a framework of our past is become a bit of a robust business so people like doors kerns goodwin michael best clause jon meacham myself really write books about presidents and we try to create public discourse course on them. You know no matter where we are. In america people live on whereby presidents we call it the kennedy years of the johnson years the knicks inara you know and so there is a vast interest in other words. There's no regionalism involved when you're dealing with the president it affects the whole country and and lastly franklin d roosevelt created the first presidential library when he did his home in hyde park on the hudson as an archive for his papers and then what they did retro creating one for herbert hoover but every president since hoover now has a presidential library with an archive five working with the federal government to make it a special depository. I go visit those places for a living. If you're going to write a book i'm bill clinton you go to the presidential presidential library in little rock first off. You read anything in everything you can about a particular president. If you're going to write up a book on zachary taylor you you go back and try to read any document that we have related zachary taylor which means just a lot of reading you get all books of that era military history history and then you track sack retailers life. The late historian stephen ambrose once told me that you abandoned chronology at your <music> own peril as a historian meaning you know zachary taylor lived week by week by week and get that chronology down first and then try to if you're dealing with taylor president not military figure star trying to tick tock what he did every day where where he was wearing meetings were held in back then it was called the the white house called the executive mansion and find out how he made decisions in who was visiting inning with him and did they have letters from that period and try to just absorb as much material as possible but a last week where we can't put put ourselves back in the room we can only read newspaper counts or eyewitness testimonies in follow the documentary evidence the late paul h nitze of famous cold war thinker also once told me the problem with history that you're never writing about inaction when you're always looking at documents that push narratives forward but often presidents define themselves what they don't to do and you don't go to a presidential essential library to see what a president didn't do under glass and it's told me that's highly undervalued that really often a president can define to find him him or eventually herself by decisions. They didn't make so. It's often said that journalism is the first draft of history so presumably you're taking notes on the current presidency. Give us your impressions well. It's not a good story donald trump. It's going to end very badly for him. In the historical sweepstakes i say that with as a non-partisan person at heart meaning you know i've edited nancy reagan gave me ronald reagan's against diaries and i edited them. Jimmy carter gave me his diaries under the book on and i can go on and on about how i try to really look at the presidency as an institution a to shen but with donald trump is doing is dividing our country and the number one thing a president needs is to have an ability to unite and he plays politics by division that never fares well in history but after we had barack obama our first african american president you know there is a kind of arc of history where you have to move the bar foreword gay have to take a deal with progress and into the future into the me twenty-first-century in president trump has taken things backwards almost seemingly back to the jim crow era where you know there was <hes> <hes> there there was a feeling of kind of white america had supremacy over dark skinned people. This is retrograde you yes it. We've seen this george wallace or strom thurman and their movements where this has happened but we never had a president of the united states ripping us backwards that much except oddly woodrow wilson on race <hes> he took things backwards from where theodore roosevelt had creating discriminatory policies in the federal government during his presidency so trump's not gonna look good will he be ranked as low as buchanan cannon who is on the bottom. Maybe i think though if if president trump is a very serious political figure if he gets reelected when you become a two-term president and have a ninety five percent approval rating in the republican party you have to say trump is the republican party and we'll have to analyse what this new kind of economic populism mix with native xenophobia really is doug. I want to drill down on that point. Just a moment while we're talking about trump in the context of your wealth of knowledge and experience with the men that came before him so as we tried to make sense of of the news that's happened just this past week and cut through all of the noise a unifying theme came out of it from the trade with china to the stock market to the aftermath aftermath at the al paso in dayton shootings to the u._s. Endorsing israel's travel ban on members of congress and even the death of jeffrey epstein in federal imprison the power and consequences of the president's words written and spoken that became the common theme and the power of the presidency residency is really the power of persuasion and you said recently that donald trump long ago decided that he was going to try to be the president who divided and conquered to intimidate friend and foe alike so explain a little bit how large departure trump's use of presidential power presidential persuasion is from the forty three other men who've held that office in the last two hundred and thirty years we know after donald trump got elected and he was starting to think about his inauguration. I got ought to spend some time talking to him down at mar-a-lago worked for c._n._n. And a friend of mine said would you like to talk to the incoming president but just keep it on inaugurations and my time with president trump or than president-elect trump. He was very young brayson in boastful that he didn't read history. He doesn't care about it. He basically said that's my my thing that i i'm a gut player and he did say that he he started in his lifetime. Watch presence carefully on television and so his thinking about presidential history nearly begins with richard nixon who i think is his touchstone figure if you make the leap that president trump has a narcissistic personality that fact that he had told me this so but it's true. I'll let trump got a letter from richard nixon say my wife pat saw you on the phil donahue show and said you were the best she's ever seen in. You're going to be president some day and after trump got that letter he would go out and dine with nixon in new york city and you know a you get stuck in a certain period of time and what the we we all thought i think historians thought do the embarrassment of nixon and the resignation asian that nixon was gone. Get from american politics that the republican party was the party of reagan but lo and behold the dirty tricks the silent majority the dividing pitting americans against each other the keeping of justice squad up of loyalist <hes> the way that nixon did with haldeman and erlich men. You see trump doing that. Particularly with fellow family members the similarities are very large and that's because nixon showed respect to trump he re and and bragged about him and that had a big impact in remember nixon won in nineteen sixty eight the most tumultuous year and other kind of a high water mark of the sixties a nixon one and beat the counterculture beat the liberals beat the civil rights activists and then in nineteen seventy two nixon goes back and wins the biggest landslide in american history over mcgovern and just as trump is now making the democratic party about the squad. That's the real democratic party. Nixon said democrats for for acid amnesty an abortion and it became a demonizing the democratic party as far left socialist nixon did it and got the biggest landslide and seventy two and trump is taking that as part of his playbook the differences nixon had spiro agnew to be his pit bull and when unleash agnew on the press and others were trump's assume the agnew role himself and so he doesn't have he has a mute vice president isn't in in pants and so he plays that kind of you know a rip your throat out role with great zeal all on his own glory follow up on that a little bit because it seems to me there's another big difference between nixon and trump. You talked about trump's disdain for history. Nixon did understand the history of the country and had a specific worldview and i think thought deeply about particularly foreign policy is my assumption true here and isn't that also missing sing and trump is missing trump. I would have to say and i've written a lot about nixon and i've edited to fat volumes of the nixon tapes. Nixon was antisemitic and had a racist global viewpoint but he did always put the united states of america a ahead of richard nixon..

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Tom Bergeron doesn't sound thrilled about Sean Spicer joining 'DWTS'

The Rich Eisen Show

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Tom Bergeron doesn't sound thrilled about Sean Spicer joining 'DWTS'

"Dancing with the stars cast cast announced today on good morning. America notable names lamar odom ray lewis ray lewis james vanderbeek and christie brinkley. I mean once spicer wrongly sean spicer and what was the line that you said that the tom bergeron said he's in charge of guessing the audience size of the of the there is less pot. Ray lewis is gonna dance with the stars ray lewis. Hey just heads up to a._b._c. On lamar odom coming make sure there are snacks acts in the green room

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DWTS Season 28: James Van Der Beek, Sean Spicer, Lamar Odom, Kel Mitchell and Christie Brinkley Among Cast

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DWTS Season 28: James Van Der Beek, Sean Spicer, Lamar Odom, Kel Mitchell and Christie Brinkley Among Cast

"And dancing with the stars revealed its newest cast this morning on Good Morning America this season will include Christie Brinkley the bachelorette Hannah brown clear eyes Karama brown singer Lauren Elena actor James vanderbeek NFL star ray Lewis fifth harmony singer Ellie brook NBA star Lamar Odom evening cal star cal Mitchell supreme singer Mary Wilson the office star Kate Flannery and former White House press secretary Sean Spicer of the new season of dancing with the stars premieres on Monday September sixteenth of twenty nineteen there's always a it's always an eclectic group that they put together Kate Flannery love her Meredith on the office well yeah Darling she's it's fun to see them in this kind of setting agreed I because I don't ever want to be that person who is forced to dance

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'Dancing With the Stars' new cast revealed

Fred and Angi

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

'Dancing With the Stars' new cast revealed

"House bachelorette Hannah brown queer eye star Karama brown and former NBA star Lamar Odom are among the celebrity contestants will face off on a new season of dancing with the stars they just announced it on GMA full cast more stars putting on their dancing shoes this season include actor James vanderbeek supermodel Christie Brinkley who still looks amazing right six sixty got to be all that she's right I'll dance to the song from mark uptown girl national lampoon's about her she sixty five which is in the like my easy in from the office is on the

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"brinkley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brinkley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"From science and Douglas Brinkley closely research can dramatically narrated the crowded our showcases Theodore Roosevelt and all of his respirator glory a marvelous historian brings the Spanish American war in the Gilded Age back to life in these vibrant pages all of Roosevelt unfounded hubris you press that rock patriotism derring do and political genius are captured in this fast paced so you're in for something special tonight they will be reading from the book that Amanda will join the conversation you have the chance to ask your questions after that please join me in welcoming to the stage play right I did not compare all right so so first of all I just want to thank so much for hosting me it is just a single letter of my life is right down the street and know that you know from the very beginning I think that my children right here moving into the same this was not just a bookstore but part of our friends network and source of knowledge and so to be able to be here to talk about my book is through and also to have so many friends neighbors co workers people I've encounter through my life here this is so.

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Meek Mill granted a retrial and 2007 conviction thrown out

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Meek Mill granted a retrial and 2007 conviction thrown out

"Meek mill had a good day meek mill says he's ecstatic that justice prevailed after a mentally and emotionally challenging case a three judge appeals panel throughout mills drug and gun conviction from two thousand seven the judge's opinion states that new evidence of alleged police corruption is so strong a different verdict will likely result it re trial the judges also removes common pleas judge Ginny's Brinkley from mills case and overturned her findings that set mill back to prison for five months and twenty seventeen for parole

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"brinkley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brinkley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Your addiction to porn. Yes. National television national radio. Here's something I went through, and here's some don't want you to go through. But here, I want, you know, this is a real problem, but I wouldn't do it in front of the whole. I want my dirty laundry to be in private. Yes. We also have the Christie Brinkley bikini shots to Scott. His era. Before she met. Billy, Joel in that uptown, girl pissed me off left me for him that guy. He sings out, well, but you know what the hell else on the blog? You can't get Jim Scott Kenyan. I'm just thinking of the cut we have him saying. Now I got my radio career going. Whatever it was got curls and modern in a waterbed at time. Yes. Yes and nanny Cam catches pet sitter having sex in clients home with her boyfriend. So you're bringing a pet sitter and nice young lady. She bites in her boyfriend that do the dirty all over your house. Thanks careful. You entrust your pets, too. These days. She do my rock. Thank you. Thank you, Jim, Scott. Serious shy. Jim scott. Thank you for thank you for calling in and Mexico. Partner partner. Now. Did he know that or not when he said that's around the block? He's doing pretty good shot there. But I love Jim. So you love Eddie to do love Eddie, if you.

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"brinkley" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

Phil in the Blanks

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"brinkley" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

"Him sleep in the dry. Away. He's in the house. He got hot made perfect sense to him to come out. Just in his boxer shorts with his pillow lay down driveway. Like twenty degrees. You walk up with six or eight friends, and you're you know, you're drunk father's laying driveway. Oh shit. What do you say? And the problem was particularly kids. Everybody does is we compare our personal truth to their social mask. They may be more screwed up than you. Are you don't see that you compare your personal troops to their social mask? And you always lose. Oh, that's the problem with social media, right? Exactly media's painting, creating this unattainable picture perfection. All these self easies girls, they take eleven hundred of them before they put one up as a fact, and it's got to be Photoshop than all nobody looks like that. My problem is that like like social media is everybody's highlight reel like you're not seeing under the shots. Nobody's missing. I think that they're taking that perch will reality perfection and try to try to bring it into the real world, and they're trying to make all of us walk around and act like where soul perfect like nobody's expressing their personal troops say I got a quote in one of my books, not even Christie Brinkley. Looks like Christie Brinkley by Christie Brinkley. True. I think with you. I would tell you got to write down the good things. And then put a to do list out there. Like, I'm a good father to do list. Be better. You know, I'm good to do list be better. But you gotta give yourself credit for the things you're doing rod or if you don't reinforce the good stuff. You'll never repeat it. You'll never build on it. If you don't reinforce the good stuff. Yeah. In the green is always do your best. I just feel like, you know, I don't wanna lie to myself. I guess maybe. I'm just too hard on myself. Like, I don't wanna put down all the positive things about myself. And like none of that is none of that is accurate. No. It's not like bullshit and yourself but Archie line to yourself. If you don't recognize that you are vigilant. Loving father is very true. I don't know many parents wouldn't die for their children die for your children. Actually when my prayers I tell God anything negative you want to happen to them. Let it happen to me. Most parents would die for their children a much. Smaller group will live for their children. And you are one of those people that will live for your children because you willing to get on plane fly home in the middle of the night and a lot of people wouldn't do that. And you don't like compliments, but I do this for a living. I'm telling you, that's something you have to acknowledge yourself for because it'll cause you to do it more do it better. And they'll appreciate it that you have to go announced to the world. I'm a great father. You have to affirm yourself. These are the good things you want to embrace and do more of an unless you identify those things as target. How do you know you have to identify those? These are good things I'm going to embrace and do more of joined. Then it gets to be habitual and in your daughter's girl up and look for a man that does what you did hundred percent. The most powerful role model in any child's life is the.

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Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks

Dr. Daliah

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks

"Show I die coke yesterday. And the reason why I had a diet coke because because I didn't want the calories Coca Cola, and I love Coca Cola. I like I could take like Coca Cola any day. I liked the songs of Coca Cola. I like the commercials of Coca Cola RC is good Pepsi's. Good. And some of the other colas don't give me a Shasta. Tell us a soda don't give me don't give me any of that. I like Coca Cola the best. But I don't want the sugar. So I will just to get a little bit of a taste of non water, drink a diet coke. But if they say two cans of sugar, free, diet drinks a day. It's going to increase your chance of heart attack or stroke by a third now, they looked at eighty thousand winning. So now, we're talking to win because, you know, people like well men always get heart attacks, you know, first of all, no men, don't always get heart attacks. Number two women are just at risk rally risk. And they say major study of eighty thousand women is one of the first times the risk of specific types of stroke in older women who drink diet drinks has been steady. I don't know if I'm considered older. Over fifty. Okay. Okay. I'm getting there though. I'm getting there in a hot second. Women who drank the fizzy drink are thirty one percent more likely to have a stroke caused by get this a blood clot because people go away. You're talking stroke, but what kind of stroke? You're talking about a schemic strokes or a hemorragic stroke. Where you bleed have a bleed to the brain. Caffeine in a drink could possibly do that. But they're actually talking which is what scares the hell out of me. Schemic strokes caused by blood clots. They say twenty nine percent more likely to develop heart disease. Sixteen percent more likely to die than women who rarely drink that why the hell is it affecting the heart and affecting the brain to that degree? So obviously, there's a similar mechanism at play with these diet drinks putting the war risk for clots. Now could be because of the insulin. The insulin induction from the very very highly. Sweet artificial sweetener artificial sweeteners are hundreds of times where Sweden real sugar. So I told you what ends up happening. This is why people gain weight on these streets. But what ends up happening is you start beating drink sweet and your brain notices because of your tongue, right? Your tongue has receptors that can tell the brain of something sweets coming or something salty coming. And so then the brain starts getting the body ready. So when something very very sweet like an artificial sweetener is coming down the pike. Your body gets ready and your pancreas gets a signal to start shooting out of insulin. This is why we get hypoglycemic with diet drinks because you end up taking a drink. There's really nothing to add there's no real nutritional value. And then you have all this insulin right going. Well, where's the sugar? And then whenever sugared finds it tries to move towards the cells. And then you end up not really feeding yourself. And so then the bodies like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Hold the phone. Okay. This Dalia chick is kinda stupid the leg. I know man. I told you Bob. Well, I, you know, I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt. So she drinks fake food. So she's gonna drink fake food. We need to slow down metabolism because she's not feeding us and we. Need to store up because I don't think she knows what's real food at what is I told you she's dove. So anyway, my body has this conversation all the time. And here, I am, you know, thinking, oh, you know, I'm going to let you know. Pretty like, what was it? It was it like Cindy Crawford us to do those diet drinks right back in the eighties or whatever. So I'm Christi Brinkley's. I'm like I'm going to look like that. When I'm in my forties. I'm drinking diet soda, and it doesn't work. But again, why would it make you clot? Well, it could be maybe the insulin. Or maybe it's just there's so many caustic things in these bubbly fizzy drinks that could be the unfortunately put you at risk now. Doctor Yasmin Mosa VAR Romani lead author of the study by the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, said many, well, meaning people especially those who are overweight or obese drink low calorie sweetened drinks calories in their diet. They say our research, another observational. Studies

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Christie Brinkley and Daughter Sailor Brinkley Cook Walk NYFW Runway Together

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

Christie Brinkley and Daughter Sailor Brinkley Cook Walk NYFW Runway Together

"Well, in in some show, biz news Christie Brinkley is on the top of a lot of people's minds, New York fashion week is coming up, and she and her daughter sailor who is twenty they will be walking the fashion runway together. Now, Christie Brinkley is pretty much a freak of nature. She sixty five years old, no one would ever think ever. And so she and sailor will be closing out the Tahari show which is celebrating its forty fifth anniversary. And the reason that they are doing that show together is because L Ichihari was a designer who started out at studio fifty four on. He basically invented the tube top. So thank you, Elliot. Harry for that one and lots of. A tank top. What's straps stomach in the? Yeah. A lot less of it up a little bit too. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So he did lots of disco Steph in the seventies. And then in the eighties. He kind of invented the power suit. And the interview suit is what it was called. And so they said that they are very happy to have Christie and sailor who are both professional models walking in the show because they represent women of all types and very much inclusive of any age. So that's a nice thing to see coming from the fashion industry that it's the reverse ageism there, actually are embracing embracing all ages. And it doesn't hurt when you've got Christie Brinkley's wry, even though she's sixty five. Yeah. I don't know if you've seen her recently. But wow, she looks incredible. Mike. Keeping says it

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03:16 min | 2 years ago

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"And talk and solve all the problems of the world. Oh, yes, endless endlessly because we knew how to read but anyways, Allen Brinkley's father was David Brinkley of the Huntley Brinkley report. And and that was the big NBC news nightly news from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty nine. I think David Brinkley went on to host this week with David Brinkley on ABC and well-known Washington guy. Yeah. The older guys. Good night jet. Yeah. Good idea. And and good night for NBC news. David David Brinkley. Was a mentor to Tom Brokaw. And so when the tea party started, Alan Brinkley and wrote this real nasty piece. He's a good guy. But he wrote a real nasty piece about the tea party. And so I haven't talked to him for years she's at Columbia because I've been involved in the start of the tea party. This is I don't two thousand nine or so I said you're wrong on like five million levels. Allen. And so we had a dialogue back and forth, and he was civil he's a very nice guy anyways. So he shocked by that civil civil anyway, she introduced me to two broke up and so broken, I would talk back and forth. And if developed a friendship over the past decade fast forward, I wrote this self published book in two thousand nine called rules for conservative radicals, which is basically took the Saul Alinsky technique and applied it to politics from a conservative perspective. Well, a guy in the I'm like, I'm name dropping all over the place here, but I have to tell the story. So so the guy at the New York Times who's supposed- conservative David Brooks. You know, the guy who likes the crease in bama's pants that guy. So so he writes a very snarky review of my book. I don't even how he got it. But it was like filled with snark. Now, he's a guy who was just starting to be literary agent with one of the big litter agencies. He saw that he called me up stuff happens, by the way. And he said, hey, I'd like to represent you to which I said, sure. As I gotta deal with HarperCollins write a book called covenant of liberty, the ideological origins. The tea party movement was published as part of the deal. I go up to they fly me up to New York City. To appear on multiple shows was on Fox News. That's when I first met Brian Kilmeade two thousand twelve that's I was on the radio show anyway. So one of the deal is so broke. I does me a favor. And he gets me literally a twelve minute segment on morning, Joe. This is with me. And with Joe now, this was before the meek, Joe romance was public, right? And so I walk into the I could tell right away divide between the two. There was something going on. On the panel. So there I was being grilled by this panel. Now here you you'd parachuted behind enemy lines. I. And listen listen to the the the rogues gallery of enemy combatants there. In addition to.

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Let's talk about august i'll guess he was not hit and why would bring this up because you've got the good footsie in about she speaking somebody a big celebrity festival we expecting this celebrity to be the what was it completely was is i was not expecting her to be there and i was there and doing my different things in the guys from w came up and said hey can i say who it is shaking they came up and they said hey do you wanna do an interview with christie brinkley and i passed out and then i woke up and i was like what is still there you know christie brinkley was there she has a brand of sparkling wine called police emma affordable obviously geared towards the summer where we are now so i when i got there i was walking around when i first got there is walking around and i saw this woman in this really sparkly shiny health fit and i was like who is that right tall but only kind of caught her from the back and then later i somebody said oh did you see christie brinkley was here i was like that had to be her so i was like all right cool because if you grew up in my generation christie brinkley was she was in and she was uptown girl man she billy joel wrote a song about her she was the biggest supermodel in the world and i like every other red blooded male of my generation worshipped her and so when they said to me hey do you want to interview i was like absolutely and so we got to do this whole stand up segment behind the bar and if you want to check it out we're going to listen to some here but if you wanna check it out it's on a wcw a google wwf christie brinkley dan done and it'll pop up and we we got the hangman and she's like the coolest was making drinks and stuff so obviously not his woman who's had one hell of a career not only i mean he must have seen it all i mean before the at she's been on the front cover of sports illustrated three consecutive times it was full then she gets a cover go deal that run for twenty five years it's the biggest i believe the the longest running consume a deal in that sense f and his she is now she's i she doesn't mind me saying this she sixty four need to say that because she looks phenomenal and she's this convention selling a product i can only believe must be fantastic because she wouldn't dead it was really good and here's here's this a little snippet of us having a chat right here's here christine i everybody dance it on coming at you from the seventy fifth annual wine and spirits wholesalers convention and exhibition and with me need to introduce you does anybody not know who you are i am the founder of beliefs of per second there you go it's steve brinkley with us here today and so we'd have you i'm excited for this really excited so two years ago police amal you launched here you wash reduced it to the wall here w s w a yes two years later how's it going great the people have really embraced are for seco it is so great i mean it's delicious you know i'm so proud of our 'bellissimo perspective because it's one hundred percent organic one hundred percent vegan one hundred percent all natural.

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"Recognising the power of the media brinkley heads back to kansas and build so one kilowatt radio station called k f k b around this time people are starting to crack down on diploma mills and crack doctors and someone comes from california to arrest him for being a fraud the governor the state of kansas however decided that brinkley makes too much money so they declined to extradite him how awesome is whiteness semi right has been the best wherever these just watching a runaway slave get taken away in a paddy wagon i think i'll put a mouse penis in a dog today america so regularly used his station to promote his go gland transplants but the programming on the station was like his medical degree eclectic they played hawaiian songs old time string music did some french lessons astrological forecasts and played gospel and early country music see makes them fact cash off the radio advertising and he wound up building up his community by putting sidewalks electricity apartments and the new post office because the old one was overwhelmed with all the mailsi male he's getting he was made an admiral and the kansas navy by the governor which has a joke award because kansas his landmark clarity and they also had a baseball team called the brain click goats this i bet he wanted to be called the go balls but they they cut him off an avid which who knew wichita the town that gold balls built a few shocker i know he will come so people who listen to his radio stations would send letters to him he would answer the medical question selling these people to go out and buy his brand of cureall from the local pharmacy this medicine was marked up like crazy and you got royalties from it okay please tell me he ends up in jail with balls inside of him like martin rally sadly no he just got rich generated fourteen thousand dollars in weekly profit which calculated to ten point five million dollars a year in in the current value and in that moment i had a new hero.

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"So in nineteen 22 john gets a caller a raven or whatever these design that he has went to a piccolo kauai from the god not even gonna address out of his moving on low in from the guy i it's like a small hat that is what they finally so the guy from the from the la times harry chandler gives them a call and says hey brinkley come out and do the operation on one of my editors any says i'll make brinkley quote the most famous surge in in america so he comes out but his medical license isn't any good in california so the newspaper owner paul some strings and gets him a thirty day permit to operate on people which is a thing they did and 19th free market a permit so like you can cut people often but there's a real dr standing next to you just pumping the brakes scalp armed slowing down you can't do the operation if there's like poor people under the age of fifteen in your ethical sundown you have to stop leave him their practice of three point incision temporary license to operate the kid have gone well did it go well we'll the editor didn't die and was fine after so i guess it's like a slam dunk the la times owner does right about and in his paper brinkley then plans to head out there because of all that sweet movie money in hollywood but california medical bore decides to tell him that he can't practice in the state because quote his resume was riddled with la highs and discrepancies c i find that is a great way to start a best frienship so it's weird served for different people right so let's take this crazy should on the road.

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"The story of is starting to use go paul's comes from his biography where he gets the idea to help someone with impotent he supposedly made a joke to the person about putting a quote pair of those buck glands in you and the person offered him one hundred and fifty dollars to the operation other reports from the painful sun revealed that the patient was offered a lot of money to go through with it by brinkley yeah the best medical practices start with twenty bucks fifty bucks us avidly five hundred bucks and on the back of the senate pede final do you wait front front i meant to lay do a i'll give you the front if you do the goat balls thing fuck fine fine but let me see your diploma earning well it turned out that the go testicle operation with somewhat successful in the sense that more people wanted them not that they were efficacious in any way right he would put the nuts in the guy sack or he would just place them near the ovaries in the abdomen of the women and charge seven hundred and fifty dollars for the federal this is about nine thousand dollars in today's currency c nowadays they just infused belt with absence of goat balls and rapid around your waist millennials are leasing arm sorry have you ever essential lies to go testicle in this housing market i'm just saying i just hold on a minute here we go back just like like actual go just stick.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"Brinkley then blamed all the fraud on his business partner and told them where to find crawford they caught him and the two settled with the local businesses with crawford paying all but two hundred dollars off the several thousand dollars that they owed them and brinkley didn't even pay his money is new father in law did after he bail them out of all mile that's nice i think my father in law would visit meet a glowing maybe so he heads back to memphis with his new bride probably that couch surf on his father in laws place or something and that is accused of being a bigamists by his former current first legal wife will she would no so he leaves seventeen what do you do when you're accused of bigamy believe any eventually winds up in kansas city and with a little extra money he finally pays off his sallie mae loans to bennett college and they send his transcripts to the kansas city eclectic medical university so we can finish his final year and get a diploma that allowed in the practice medicine an eight whole state but just to be clear eclectic medicine is nonsense it it's basically healing with trail mix out of fake doctors against city we're like okay well how do we know if you passed rub dirt knit 40 it's on your friends we've got a real wonderful upstanding character here when exactly are we getting to the gut testicles.

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"Then he is partner james crawford started a shop called the greenville electromagnetic dark terse had jae name i love it i love it i will go to a cell is it's still in business i make an appointment like buzzword that clinton electric shock electoral matter doctors i don't go to try the hydroelectric mike up training are now they went into the impetus he market injecting colored water into people for twenty five dollars which roughly translates to about six hundred dollars in modern currency jesus i'm assuming the coloured water comes from a separate fountain what is so he tells us patients that it was a substance called salver saying i don't know from pronounce net correctly which was a treatment for syphilis startled at treatment for impotence here that handing out an hour the puts it guy i did it so the business doesn't work out i shocking which i love be just seriously care figure out it seems like the startup costs i'd food coloring and a needle can't pete in any case they fled the town of greenville south carolina because of unpaid rent unpaid utility bills and a bunch of other debt well i feel like it just to help you here's usual untreated syphilis patients shitty pool of repeat customer hager joined with hot on his yacht literally sadly this was long before we learned all that important stuff from those experiments with the the black airman broke m that's my essay next week by the way are you could tell by our react diesel so once you flee the carolinas i'm not sure where there is actually left to go so as to the carolinas that'd be memphis to go and this is where brinkley met and married his second wife while still married to the first one this one was many hey hey they prefer to be called little people scrip made.

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

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"Real thing without doubt so to prove that not all new millennial suffer with debilitating college loan debt brinkley enrolled in a more profit college called dan medical college where he studied eclectic madison what he was working at night at western european and taking classes during the day i listen i've been looking for a way to dramatically increase my debt burdens told me more power so at bennett which was an unaccredited medical school with quote questionable curricula unquote he studied glandular extra says of the university of california irvine nausea university of california irvine all right so what are you majoring in majoring in glandular extract do you mean comes on yes are you going to finish doom income the wikki articles seems to think that this is an odd moment for brinkley in this was the motivation that would be the focus of his later career cum laude come honors this episode is mostly about com it isn't a now combat episode will miss not goat come well john may maybe we have and we don't know find out this guy wants frankly than decided to opt his credit or his the take more shifts at work this didn't do great things for his credit score or his marriage as his debts piled up and his wife left them with their kid now brinkley then kidnapped his own kid and fled to canada and said this wife couldn't get the proper paperwork to act straight the child back to the usa she wound up dropping the alimony slowdown i'm taking notes slowdown to go back in time for the following message on flux cappella one hundred acid.

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"Well let's do again tell us about john brinkley john are brinkley was born in 18 85 his father was a medic in the civil war and he lived as a mountain man he had four wives first mistake and second third and for us and the first marriage was annulled because he was too young for north carolina to be mary doctor at the age of forty two is first word your i could after fucking lurd on signing time kidding who would you madam like us to put this baby back in all yes at the age of forty two his father also named john married a woman named sara and her 24yearold niece came to live with them and her name was also sarah so to differentiate they started calling brinkley seniors wife sally we'll brinkley senior then knocked up that means through marriage and they had a baby out of wedlock and that baby was john are brinkley okay this story has the lineage of a game of thrones episode hamas i can shoot and their home and the put a lot of my internet history let me wipe this should down finish that her speaking of bubble issues black hole great tab all right so we're going to skip the boring childhood stuff in jump right to young adulthood john is married at this time to a woman he met in his hometown john always wanted to become a doctor so he and his wife stayed at a holiday inn express one night and they told everyone they were quaker doctor when they travel from town to town on selling what they called patten madison which was something that was advertise heavily but didn't necessarily have the effect on what it was carrying then he moved on to selling for realty tom later sagging did he star in shallow how i know this story it's a dildo and a steam iron with a lesbian attached to its head that's right that's a real things were sold yup.

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