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"Forest roots and the Tassajara Zen Center. Also ordered evacuated are all areas of Arroyo Seco Road west of Wood Tick Canyon. Including the Arroyo Seco campground, Rocky Creek Road as well. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Ailsa Chang, just a warning. This next conversation contains adult content, descriptions of sex acts and popular comic book characters. This may not be suitable for Children. In an interview with Variety. Last week, the creators of the HBO Max adult animated series, Harley Quinn revealed that a scene depicting Batman performing oral sex on Catwoman Was blocked by DC Entertainment. The rationale because quote heroes don't do that. Well. This prompted some heated conversations on social media about the censorship of female pleasure and sex in comics, even as the sexualization of female characters has become standard in most story lines. Glen Weldon of NPR's arts desk joins us now to talk about all this. Hey, Glen. Hey, It's great to be here. Thanks for having me good to have you, Okay? Said what do you make of the argument that heroes don't do that. Ha! I mean the whole notion that heroes don't do that. That's probably false. I'd argue that thinking of others and putting their needs above yours is pretty much the definition. I'll be hero, but Set that aside as you mentioned, we are getting the second hand right from the Harlequin creators who noted that D. C. Let them go nuts with villain characters, but we're very nervous, very protective of heroes like Batman. And unfortunately that tracks right. These characters are extremely valuable nuggets of intellectual property to these corporations, and it also, I got to say, seems sadly inevitable because superheroes are a uniquely American creation. It's jazz, baseball superheroes, and they embody our uniquely American hangups. Unfortunately, so they're all about violence. But when it comes to sex, they can't help but reflect our repressed and puritanical attitudes towards it totally, And we should know that we did reach out to D. C entertainment, which hasn't publicly common Posted on any of this. But what happened here with Batman and Catwoman is part of a broader cultural conversation about misogyny, Female pleasure and the aversion to sex, positivity and media. How do you think that larger conversation plays out when it comes to comic book culture, in particular, well as comic book and superhero fiction went from the kind of fringes of culture to become what it is today, the mainstream. There's just a lot more voices in the mix More women, more people of color. We're folk and they've got a fundamentally different and I would argue healthier attitude toward these characters because they use things like fan fiction to take these characters mix and match them up in a way that completely ignores the notion that DC, and Marvel owned them. And yes, Fan fiction has a rep. Sometimes they do it in a lot of sexual ways that make that Harley Quinn seems, seems like Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. But there is something more important going on here, right? It's really about renegotiating that relationship between creators and audiences. It's now an ongoing dialogue and not just this unit. Directional corporate monologue. Exactly. So, I mean, with all of this outrage on the Internet boiling over last week, you know we saw Batman and Cat women's Sex lives Trending. Do you think the creators you know, I'm sure they've seen all of this discussion. Do you think that any of that will have an impact on what ends up on the screen? Well, as you mentioned, DC, hasn't commented, Imagine being the PR flack tapped to write that press release that be fun. But the reason you and I are talking about it is because this whole thing was a very fun, inescapable meme for a couple days last week on social media, with idiots like me weighing in on Which heroes do And don't do that. So, yes, they've heard. But are we going to get you know an official DC comic or official DC movie where the Justice League goes to a key party, and there's lots of hot hero on Hero action? No, But if it helps move the needle even a little bit so that these corporations and by extension these characters Get a little less uptight about sex. If that'll be healthy, right? And you think about it, they are already wearing the fetish gear. So take the next step. It's a small one. Great point. That was Glen Weldon from NPR's arts desk. Thank you, Glenn. Thank you. Mm hmm. When composer Julius Eastman died in a Buffalo, New York hospital.
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"Shapiro and I'm Ailsa Chang, just a warning. This next conversation contains adult content, descriptions of sex acts and popular comic book characters. This may not be suitable for Children. In an interview with Variety. Last week, the creators of the HBO Max Adult animated series Harley Quinn reveal that a scene depicting Batman performing oral sex on Catwoman was blocked by DC Entertainment. The rationale Because quote heroes don't do that. Well. This prompted some heated conversations on social media about the censorship of female pleasure and sex in comics, even as the sexualization of female characters has become standard in most storylines, Glen Weldon of NPR's arts desk joins us now to talk about all this. Hey, Glen. Hey, it's great to be here. Thanks for having me good to have you. Okay? So what do you make of the argument that heroes don't do that? Ah, I mean the whole notion that heroes don't do that. That's probably false. I'd argue that thinking of others and putting their needs above yours is pretty much the definition of a hero. But set that aside as you mentioned, we are getting the second hand right from the Harlequin creators who noted that D. C let them go nuts with villain characters, but we're very nervous, very protective of heroes like Batman. And unfortunately that tracks right. These characters are extremely valuable nuggets of intellectual property to these corporations, and it also, I've got to say, seems sadly inevitable because superheroes are a uniquely American creation. It's jazz, baseball superheroes, and they embody our uniquely American hangups. Unfortunately, so they're all about violence. But when it comes to sex, they can't help but reflect our repressed and puritanical attitudes towards it. Exactly, And we should know that we did reach out to DCN. I want to ask you, though, Glenn, because what happened here with Batman and Catwoman is really part of a broader cultural conversation about misogyny, Female pleasure and the aversion to sex positivity and media. And I'm curious. How do you think that larger conversation plays out when it comes to comic book culture, in particular, well as comic book and superhero fiction went from the kind of fringes of culture to become what it is today, the mainstream. There's just a lot more voices in the mix More women, more people of color. We're folk and they've got a fundamentally different and I would argue healthier attitude toward these characters because they use things like fan fiction. To take these characters mix and match them up in a way that completely ignores the notion that the scene marvel owned them. And yes, Fan fiction has a rep. Sometimes they do it in a lot of sexual ways that make that Harley Quinn seems, seems like Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. But there is something more important going on here, right? It's really about renegotiating that relationship between creators and audiences. It's now an ongoing dialogue and not just this unit. Directional corporate monologue. Exactly. So, I mean, with all of this outrage on the Internet boiling over last week, you know we saw Batman and Cat women's Sex lives Trending. Do you think the creators you know, I'm sure they've seen all of this discussion. Do you think that any of that will have an impact on what ends up on the screen? Well, as you mentioned, DC, hasn't commented, They're not going to imagine being the PR flack tap to write that press release that be fun. But the reason you and I are talking about it is because this whole thing was a very fun, inescapable meme for a couple days last week on social media, with idiots like me weighing in on Which heroes do And don't do that. So, yes, they've heard. But are we going to get you know an official DC comic or official DC movie where the Justice League goes to a key party, and there's lots of hot hero on Hero action? No, But if it helps move the needle even a little bit so that these corporations and by extension these characters Get a little less uptight about sex. If that'll be healthy, right? And you think about it, they are already wearing the fetish gear. So take the next step. It's a small one. Great point. That was Glen Weldon from NPR's arts desk. Thank you, Glenn. Thank you. Mm hmm. When composer Julius Eastman died in a Buffalo, New York hospital in 1990. He was 49 years old alone, and his music was scattered to the winds. Only recently, friends and scholars have been slowly shedding light on Eastman's music and the details of his final erratic years. New recording of the composer's hour long work feminine has just been released. And our reviewer, NPR's Tom, Hey, Zynga has been listening. There have been many misfits in classical music. But Julius Eastman stands tall among them to be probably gay as a composer in the 19 seventies.
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"Man in Buffalo, New York, accused of ripping off the badge of a D C police officer who was beaten unconscious during the January six ride at the Capitol was ordered back to jail tonight. A federal magistrate last week had allowed Thomas Civic to stay with his parents until trial, but the judge decided Civic should return to jail pending trial, which has not been scheduled yet. Prosecutors say civic lied about his involvement in the rioting, and it buried the bad she took from the officer in his backyard. Evidence showed during the riding civic tour off a badge and radio from the uniforms of D C. Police officer Mike the known who was beaten by rioters. Foreign interference is an enduring challenge facing the U. S. As we learned tonight, both Russia and Iran attempted to meddle in last year's elections. The director of national intelligence is out with the new reports, the report says. These words, we have no indications that any foreign actor attempted to alter any technical aspect of the voting process in the 2020 elections, including voter registration casting ballots. Vote tabulation or reporting results. It says they identified some successful compromises of state and local governments prior to election day, And they say foreign actors such as Iran and Russia spread false er inflated claims about alleged compromises off voting systems to undermine public confidence. Stubby T o p National security correspondent J. J Green The Alaska Republican Party century Senator Lisa Murkowski for voting to convicts former President Trump at his impeachment trial. State Party leaders say they no longer want Borkowski to identify as a Republican when she runs for office. It's being called a watershed moment for Republican politics in Alaska. Brickowski has been in the U. S Senate since 2002 when her father shows her to finish up his unexpired term after he was elected governor. No comment so far from our Kowski. In the past she has set her obligation is to uphold the Constitution, even if that means opposing the direction of the state Party. Almost 70,000 former felons and Virginia are getting their voting rights restored more from the V E T. O P S Dick Uliano, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says individuals completing their sentences on felony convictions. Will automatically have their civil rights restored, including voting, serving on a jury and running for public office. The governor says the idea is to welcome back fully to the community. Those who have served their time. His action preempts a proposed constitutional amendment currently in the General Assembly and facing voter ratification in 2022, Dick Uliano. W T O P News. It's 11 43. You could win free groceries for a week a month.
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"Buffalo New York facing charges for hitting two officers with an S. U. V. during a protest two men charged after allegedly throwing Molotov cocktails into a government building in apple valley Minnesota a resolution by Senate Democrats numbers condemns the president of the United States for ordering federal officers to use gas and rubber bullets against Americans who were peacefully protesting in Lafayette square in Washington DC on the night of June first thereby violating the constitutional rights of those peaceful protest Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer the democratic resolution failed so did a Republican resolution calling for dressing police violence against black Americans you're listening to ABC news stay connected stay informed the como afternoon news good afternoon come news time at three OO to downtown Seattle cloudy skies and sixty four I'm Lisa Jaffe with Rick fansites and here's what's happening I'm supposed to look another March in downtown Seattle today protesting the death of George Floyd it was organized by the Seattle symphony and opera players organization and started at eleven AM they went from Benaroya hall to McCaw hall at Seattle center Marie's Coleman was one of the few black people in the crowd that was overwhelmingly white the protest remained peaceful plan the marchers even obey crosswalks and traffic signals I'm C. Romero congressman Adam Smith heads the house committee that oversees the military in response to the president vowing to send troops to cities where violent protests have happened I have concerns with the militarization of of this conflict Smith is calling military leaders before the committee to discuss their role during protests I'm Charlie harder Pierce county has submitted its request to enter phase two of this the pre opening plan an answer from the state health secretary likely sometime this week today king county is making its formal request to modify what can be done in phase one allowing for limited business in retail this comes as Thurston county says there's been a spike in cases traced to a nursing home I'm Brian Harris with the latest review of the state's economy which no surprise shows everything down significantly mostly because of the cold with crisis but exports down six straight quarters blamed in part on the hall to the seven thirty seven Max deliveries in the trade wars personal income could be down thirteen billion dollars from what was forecast in February even with unemployment and stimulus payments some lawmakers say they need a special session soon to start making budget cuts and detectives in Bellevue say they've arrested a suspect after the deaths of two people police say they responded to a domestic disturbance late last night in northeast twenty second place near bell red road.
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"In buffalo New York on ventures are the four Jeremy for are you doing Mister Shapiro as a I'm doing all right and so as a former hippie I've lost a lot of firms and potentially going to lose more goals for issues like pro choice for are things data expense I should be concerned about the friendships and I'm losing should I this is a you know being in those social circles or should I just move on and cut my losses we focus on people that are on the same page as me I mean I generally believe they for wasting a lot of time arguing with people who hate you because of your belief system then you're in hell wasting your time I mean I I think easier after the side of the case by case basis some people are willing to have ideological diversity in their friendship west some people are not if your friends are not they're not really very good friends at least you and so if people are gonna end not hang out with the I mean that's surprising Lori do like that every friendly and I've there's a lot of people who are not big fans and they have a lot of people are big fans and that that's what life is about frankly I think that you tend to be close friends of people who shared values I think the people the at merry the people you hang out with ten to be the people with whom there's a certain level of comfort insuring your values and that probably held for when you're happy and now they're not have you probably hold true to yes absolutely I used to think that everybody pretty much in my social circles years ago believe that all life had value and Donna but if the folks that I would also believe that in those same people seem to be fine with doing a nine month old son of baby yeah I mean is it again I Bagri the German can't argue with that really appreciate the call Joshua North Korea that's critical for Joshua and.
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"Can't taking your calls for the hour is the co chair of the congressional progressive caucus and represents the the the second district state Wisconsin in the US as our presenters Steve in napa California was now nine ten AM out of San Francisco Steve you're on the air with Congress and how can Warren German question basically is with my understanding is that Iran years ago proposed deal for a nuclear free Middle East sound if Israel would be to give up their nuclear weapons that they would give up a nuclear weapons program been any discussion in Washington about that we can get your much about it yes I don't know if I've never heard of that specifically so I really can't address that a I don't know of any proposal ever made like that okay neck in buffalo New York you're on the air with congressman poke him congressman thank god my call I just read that are you what are they are going to move to virtual caucuses I think in about it too but I don't know the detail never looks like only ten percent of the delegates are going to go to those virtual worn so it seems to me like this account doesn't stop at the Democratic Party for a point of contact this site is in NYC isn't it that they're going to or congressman isn't it just that they're going to let people articulate disabled people or people who have a hard time physically showing up to phone in and come in by telephone which is gonna expanded the number of people participated in the caucus rather than diminish in a like like Nick is suggesting yeah I I don't know if there are any other specific that's as I understand it yeah yeah I spent the Iowa caucus several times and lengthly process yeah I do think there's a pretty fair discussion point about you know the fact that we have closed primaries open primaries and caucuses those are very different animals but I don't know of anything that's going to take away from the integrity of the the Iowa caucus from the proposal that I've seen yeah same here Stephen and Albuquerque New Mexico you're on the air with Congress and program when I have a nephew at work here in New Mexico on the upstream ranch and Jeffrey up steam so staff was very well aware of some of the things he was doing with underage women one of the things that was discussed amongst the the people who work with was a Donald Trump and Bill Clinton used to use his chat.
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"Calls for the hour is the co chair of the congressional progressive caucus and represents the the the second district state Wisconsin in the US as our presenters Steve in napa California was now nine ten AM out of San Francisco Steve you're on the air with Congress and how can Warren German question basically is my understanding is that Iran years ago proposed deal for a nuclear free Middle East sound if Israel would agree to give up their nuclear weapons that they would give up on their own nuclear weapons program been any discussion in Washington about that we can get you much about it yes I don't know if I've never heard of that specifically so I really can't address that a I don't know of any proposal over me like that okay neck in buffalo New York you're on the air with congressman poke him congressman thank my call I just read that are you why they are going to move to virtual caucuses I think in about it too but I don't know the detail never looks like only ten percent of the delegates are going to go to those virtual worn so it seems to me like this account doesn't stop at the Democratic Party for a bunch of conflict this site is in NYC isn't it that they're going to or congressman isn't it just that they're going to let people articulate disabled people or people who have a hard time physically showing up to phone in and come in by telephone which is gonna expanded the number of people participating in the caucus rather than diminish in a like like Nick is suggesting yeah I I don't know if there are any other specific that's as I understand it yeah yeah I spent the Iowa caucus several times and lengthly process yeah I do think there's a pretty fair discussion point about you know the fact that we have closed primaries open primaries and caucuses those are very different animals but I don't know of anything that's going to take away from the integrity of the the Iowa caucus from the proposal that I've seen yeah same here Stephen and Albuquerque New Mexico you're on the air with Congress and poke him I have a nephew at work here in New Mexico on the upstream ranch and Jeffrey up steam so staff was very well aware of some of the things he was doing with underage women one of the things that was discussed amongst the the people who work with was a Donald Trump and Bill Clinton used to use his chat.
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"No longer with us. They had to decommission it, but she said she went on to say, we're not sure the services sand, like it could be more like snow made of tar. The but there will be large particles, made of organic compounds in. It's not clear to me what that might due to mechanical mechanisms dust on the moon was a real problem for the Apollo, astronauts. So snow. Tar. That's what they're going to be landing on. The only thing I can really equate it to on earth is. You know, I don't know if you're from a place where there's a lot of snow, but I'm from near Buffalo New York. We get a lot of snow here. When they plow the roads in like all the crap from the tires gets in the snow piles in it's all dirty and nasty in like their brownish blackish snow. And there's little pebbles, you dirt everywhere. That's kind of what I acquainted to. Maybe that's just because the color. But it seems like it would be a little bit more dense than that, you know, like a snow like a dense snow because. My road just got paid a little bit go. So if it's tar like that. If it's like asphalt Qatar or like roofing tar but little particles of it. Like the size of a snowflake. What's the composition of them? How are they gonna stick together? Or are they going to be able to? Be kicked up by the rotors because that's kind of what they were saying, before, like the rotors are going to be able to pick up this sand and the. The sand on titan the quote Sange air quotes, by the way. Could possibly be our kind of Lynch? To another life form in our solar system. Now that being said, it's still a far distance in the future. They still have about ten years to figure out the engineering, and the science. Do as much research, as they can't get the proper instruments in place in tweak them before they actually launch. So they have plenty of time to get this right before the launch. But if anything goes wrong. Say if this thing lands, you know, if they land it properly, the land it well. Then anything goes wrong with the mission. Jeff fix it. It's far away. It's really far away. So there's not going to be any sort of fixing to this quad copter. Once he gets to tighten if it does break down. Now in the other thing is if it sand and it gets in the rotors, if the engines, the Motors, I'm not sure it's probably going to be electric Motors. And I know the what's powering is a nuclear sell similar to curiosity Rover. I think it's actually a same same system is curiosity from not mistaken. But if that's the case that's going to be pretty awesome. But it's also because they can make it a more sealed. Engine for motorized should say, more sealed motor, the rotor a rotor motor. So hopefully, that all goes, well, I mean, ten years down the line, I'll keep you up to date as much as I know about it. But for now we're just kind of hanging back. Waiting to see what actually happens with it because. I was not like there's not a lot of information about it quite yet, just what they kind of said the other day. Which is okay? We're gonna fly a frigging quad copter on titan. Autonomously. Crazy. Crazy. Crazy. Crazy. Now, I've got to say real quick. I want.
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"Buffalo New York. Good morning, Julie. How you doing? I'm terrific, Richard. My pleasure. Listening earlier to the woman talking about crop circles. I apologize. I don't remember her name, but it was Julie Pringle, Joey Pringle. Oh, okay. I'm sorry, Lucy Priego. Sorry, didn't hear you, right? Anyway. I was considering is that when crop circles, it seems that everyone thinks that it's coming from outer space or aliens? That's sort of scenario. What, what I what, what I believe is actually happening in. It's a bit of in Thomas. Do you of it? But our core is a magnet, and with the although opening and certain radiations coming in. And if you look at the, the western states that are hitting fires, and such if you go back to earth science, we would take a magnet, and it would make a circle with sand or iron, or whatever it was always run in circles. And since the Korver is a magnet. I really consider that it could be that our earth corps is, is reacting to the surface a met certain net hits aliens. It could very well be earth. Corps. Coming through in creating these circles, right? Right. Well, energy, it could cause crops to pop seized or what have you. But with that, it's, it's, it's a little bit of a serious scenario. But what's your take? Well, I mean I look at these intricate designs, some of these are like they're like, frac, though. Some of them. I'm the one on the cover. Looks roll the world like a Mayan calendar. I'm she mentioned the double helix. They are so elaborate so complex. I mean, I just feel that there has to be some kind of an intelligence behind it, and suggested something just related to some physical or, you know, I don't know. You mentioned the magnetic core to me, there just has to be an intelligence behind it. Otherwise, you're not going to end up. With something that looks so that so complex, so intricate insa metrical as well. I don't know. I just I can't believe that there's not an intelligence behind this. That you don't believe you don't believe that it could be coming from our earth core. Well, oh a could be. I'm not saying that I'm not sure what the what the actual energy involved is. But I'm saying that on top of that on top of that there has to be some sort of an intelligence absolutely have to be some sort of intelligence. I don't believe that that's true because you can also get those kinds of design out of sound that look very intricate. But it doesn't mean there's an intelligence behind it hits an energy behind it, and they're beautiful. I mean you should see some of the things that come out of just animals creating nets. See I'd seen it myself, but and that's an animal making it. Yes, I guess there's an intelligence there. But what I'm trying to get to is that everything is in about aliens. And I think that maybe. They want aliens to be the thing that makes us afraid. And rather than putting it into something that's maybe possible. It could be something that's totally possible. That is our earth Quar. The magnetic core of our earth is reacting to the fact that we have an open, I avenue cheer that. The various, you know, there's, they're saying that we have, you know, radiation coming in. And if you look at the western states, maybe these fires aren't from somebody just lighting a campfire, maybe heat is coming up in causing things to burn right? Well, I don't know. But the it being related to an ozone depletion of the ozone. You know, now we're hearing good news about the ozone, apparently, it's, it's closed up again. But also, we had reports of crop circles going back, you know, thousands of years, certainly, hundreds and hundreds of years before that was a consideration. And then we have to figure out why are we only getting crop circles in certain areas. It seems to be related to, you know, the Chuck, the Chucky soil in, in the United Kingdom, for example. So I don't know. There's a lot of a lot of variables here in I, I agree. I think aliens or the. Answering -sarily, and that seems to be our go-to often doesn't it must be the aliens. Anyway. Thank you so much for the call, Julie, great to hear from you in buffalo. Let's say hi to Jack who is in L Berta, Jack. Good morning. Welcome to coast. Good morning, fellow. Canadian. How are you very well, sir? Good. Good. Hey, I got a quick question about your first, and then I have a need thing for you. And. All right. I discovered your, your to spiracy show just a few days ago, actually, on Canadian TV here, and I'm wondering, I only caught.
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"In in Buffalo, New York. I know that I had seen a friend of mine posted on Facebook. And I read the story about it. There was a homeless guy that died in Williamsville New York, which is a suburb of buffalo right near where my parents live. Right. This guy been homeless I. Twenty years while on on Innis, basically in a suburb though homeless. Not not you're not talking inner city suburb and had been around everywhere. He would be in the he'd people would. Offer him stuff constantly. And I'll never forget. Remember? I think it was Ronald Reagan was criticized when he said some people choose to be homeless. And I remember when that happens. Democrats went crazy. That's not true. And actually is true. There are some people that choose to be homeless. This is one guy that they the everything I've read on him that he just he was homeless. He was quiet. He was well met never caused any trouble anywhere would go into the stores Suzy walk into the store. He was that. Well, no. Right. I mean, he was that. Well, known in the community where the media knew who he was he had done interviews over the years. Everybody knew who this guy was and everybody reached out to him over the years, but he would only take help to a certain extent. And then he wanted to be left alone. But he never caused any trouble never stole. Never do did anything from what I know. It wasn't drugs. It wasn't a he just chose to to be homeless. And he died inside of a a bus stop froze to death. Oh. Horrible. Reading the death of an annual a zebra of all things that died crystals formed in its lungs. Wow. Yeah. So I was reading that the well-known attorney Paul Cambridge. I remember the hustler. He's the one that defended Larry Flint, right? He is from that area. It's funny because my father has seen him out and about at times, and they've got into discussions on a whole bunch of different legal things. It was something one time. He said, yeah, we're at this Labor Day, partying turnaround, Spall Cambridge. Hey, what's going on at great discussion on it just all legal issues, but he had helped this? He knew everybody knew this homeless guy. Everybody was amazing. So I I thought it was a radio guy that I know in New York was talking about it and he knew him. Yeah. Everybody. Everybody knew this homeless guy and everybody treated him. He treated everybody. Great. Everybody's treated him. Great. But he would only accept help to a certain point and never ever was arrested from what I know never caused trouble mayor Novum, the police everybody knew this guy, the media Neum everyone, and it's just it's just so sad that you know, when when something like that I hate that. I just it's just because your first thing you say in in in a modern society, nobody should freeze to death. Well, and we don't have access to all of the local news. And and what? City leaders on every level or are promoting. But most often you'll hear the city leaders saying, look, we've got this shelter or maybe this, you know, older recreation center a convention center where people can go to stay warm. During this cold spell. I mean, they have that for people who aren't homeless like during the summer if people can't afford to run their air conditioner. Please come to this cooling center. Yes. We have that here in the south. That's promoted quite a bit. So I can only imagine that they do the same during extreme temperatures. And it's too bad that the that he wasn't able to get to a place. Really sad. So. There you go in in other news out there. It looks like. Negotiations are going nowhere you and I you and I as we said yesterday. We're not lazy really were not. But it was like this is so tiresome having to go through all these headlines and the Democrats looked to compromise. And we're like where there's no place are gonna compromiser the rolling to compromise on something that nobody is asking to be compromised on. In in including the president. And it was like this is getting tiresome. But we're talk show host. We have to cover it following. We get sort of like two yesterday and then coming into the show, and it's almost as if everybody has said, okay, really know where they're nobody's supposed to a deal as the president. Let's just give up and move on. No, you make that point. Remember who was it that that were saying look dancing just pretend like you're doing something pretend like you're making a deal pretend like you're negotiating quit saying no, no, no pretend at least pretend like it. So from the hill dot com Pelosi signals openness to new border infrastructure. This was from Thursday again from the hill dot com. Speaker answer Pelosi said Thursday that while Democrats are adamantly opposed to extending the wall on the us Mexico border. They're open to new fencing and other barriers as a part of ongoing talks to prevent another government shutdown. There's not going to be any wall. In the legislation. And by the way, the president yesterday don't has to be a wall. We're gonna use the term. It's a wall. However, if they have some suggestions about certain, localities, where technology some infrastructure is appropriate that's part of the negotiation. Okay. What's the some infrastructure me? Yes. What kind of barrier? Are you talking about? A stop sign. But it's it is becoming ridiculous. Because I it goes back to I guess what is the president willing to sign? They're gonna take something to assess eventually. A clean Bill or here. We're going to allow for more money. For the border patrol to to to put into place, some sort of infrastructure. Now, remember, the head of the border patrol union was out and talking about it in the media a couple of weeks ago two three weeks ago. And he said, look, we there is a free pronged approach is technology. There's manpower, and there is infrastructure, which is a barrier. Could nancy. Could the Democrats get away with the terminology infrastructure? Without saying no wall in the legislation itself. Could they just give it that word infrastructure used that some infrastructure or do they not want to get too specific here? I don't believe any of it until we actually see a done deal. And I don't think we're gonna see that until a couple of weeks from now. Two weeks. From today is the deadline is the spending. That's when the government would have to close. It would be two weeks from today or two weeks from tomorrow that that officially it would close if they don't get the spending Bill. So I tend not to believe any of any of the stories because they're the media seems to be giving the Democrats a lot of wiggle room. Here a lot of credit where isn't necessarily going. So I'll leave it in the Alba leave when I see it category. The other thing I wanted to bring up here is is sort of became a big story yesterday about Donald Trump disagreeing with his intelligence heads on in some ways of analyzing the world. And I know there were were problems are saying look on Syrian Afghanistan. The president still has to you know, we disagree with the the the president what and withdraw drying from Syria and Afghanistan. You and I've talked about this. And I I would disagree with the retrial both of them too. But the president as we've said before it's not just the rhetoric that he puts out it's what he eventually does. And as we know he is softened, especially on Syria as to what he might what he might do. And now might well might be more than just a matter of months. It could be longer than that. And we think the president is probably listening to people like Pompeo and John Bolton when it comes to foreign policy. I'm actually quite comfortable with the president. And who he has in there when it comes to his intelligence people, whether it's Dan Coats or anybody else out there that was testifying remember part of the forty two page report. And a significant report talked about one of the major threats, and this is the intelligence agencies. And this is why people like Bali Hemingway said it sounds like an Obama era intelligence report climate change is still listed as one of the biggest concerns from the intelligence agencies. There's president should look at that. And say that it's bogus. Part of the thing on that. You hear the rhetoric on on Russian? How Trump is treating Russia to was based on the fact that he's colluding with Russia's so anything that he's doing is to protect his own behind. Well, as we know that's being discredited. There was never any truth to it to begin with. We all know the politics behind that. And if you look because they talked about the growing alliance and friendliness of of of of Russia and China will the president's coming out that at both ends part of the whole trade talks with China that for the most part I like where that is going. I'm never going to like a hundred percent of any of everything. But on what I thought Trump was going to do on trade the rhetoric has to the reality. I think where they're headed with China. And I think you agree with me on this is going in a very very good direction. And the fact that Trump wants a relationship with Putin and wants to be able to communicate with other world leaders is not a weakness. Or a capitulation of this president when it comes to Russia because the other side is basically saying it is because they believe the false narratives that he colluded with Putin to help hacked the election to begin with. Right. So I'd be careful as members of the Senate, and I would give the president's gonna have rhetoric from time to time and then he mellows or or evolves on the rhetoric as he talks to people. I liked the staff that he has. I like the fact that Bolton is as national security adviser. And I liked the fact that Pompeo is secretary of state and a lot of this is wait and see and on North Korea to it's wait and see. And I have no objections. I think the president brag too much as to the accomplishments that of of North Korea, but having the discussions with North Korea and the president leading Kim Jong know that there would be serious consequences. Is not a bad thing. I believe that. Because Trump is president the world is safer. We talked about this last week with the doomsday clock. Yeah. We know the United States and having a president like Trump that puts other countries that notice you get line were here. Yeah. Other things that I think it does one other thing that I think it does with North Korea's. It puts Kim Jong Hoon in the spotlight. It kind of calls him out not that he's going to change. But there's going to be a lot of attention on him. You know, frankly, there he doesn't get a lot of time in front of the camera. The cameras aren't on him a lot. But when you bring him in when if he's traveling to China where he's communicating with the president. You're kind of pulling him out into the open. You're putting that spotlight on them. I don't know what effect that will have only time will tell I'm not believing that he's going to there's going to be a change of heart completely. But what we do know is that the the the missile tests. Have not been very active at all. Since this whole thing started. Well, you know, the the one thing, and again, maybe we're the only ones that think this way, but when the intelligence agencies are commenting on climate change at that point. They lose all credibility with me. Right. Sorry. As up the scientists not intelligence agencies. Climate change is the biggest threat that we shut up. Yeah. It's that's. Just give give give the Ron let the politicians figure out. What it is. You're not you're not politicians. So right, there people say, well, you can't tell you. Yeah. I can doubt them when they start that crap out about climate change. Look, that's what came out of the Obama administration. Because as we know and we saw what were they doing? They were politicizing the intelligence agencies. They were politicizing what was going on in the bureaucracy. So at this point what about the president doesn't foreign policy what I've seen so far. I like and for me, it's wait-and-see. Well, again, it has to be because we don't know what the action is what the effect of any action is going to be just. Yeah. Right. Yep. Eight six six ninety redeye at the US department of agriculture. 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"buffalo new york" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Everything was fine at that point except for my wife's diagnosis what I wanted to be sure that I was properly anchored as I cared for her. I wanted to be sure I wasn't making bad choices with somebody else's life. The good news was the green light. I was doing. Okay. But four months after she passed, and I went and saw VA there. I saw a counselor and the counselor was extremely helpful to me, and I was put on an antidepressant for four weeks. And I'm not ashamed of that. It's it's there's a reason why they give these people PHD's. There's a reason why the medical community has this help available in it helped me get through very difficult period. But so many men holed themselves up because of their. Ego, and what they think others expect of them, and they need to cast that aside and just deal with what they need to deal with. And these are some of the issues that we talk about in the book, some of the issues, we talk about on my Facebook page and elsewhere, and we're having a lot of success with this. I'm really, I'm I'm really pleased with the work that would doing the results that were we're saving I'm curious with all your work with widowers. I'm sure you've worked with older widowers, you know, middle aged widowers and also younger widowers. But I'm curious is there are there different challenges that say a younger widower faces compared to say a man in his sixties or fifties. Sometimes like a widower and they're like thirties early forties. Yes. Okay. Let me give you some examples. None of this is absolute. But I can give you some examples. There was a man in Buffalo New York who was on the phone with his wife. Fifteen minutes young up the phone, fifteen minutes later, the phone rang. Again, you saw it was his wife. He said yesterday, and it was a man's voice. And the man said, it's not your wife. I just picked up her phone. She just got struck by car. And five hours later, he had disconnect. Life support. In left him with three children. That he needed to raise. So that's one example of a younger, man, frankly, I have many of a man Rochester, New York whose wife died at the age of twenty eight. I have a man whose wife was in the US air force. And she was serving in Afghanistan. She died and left in with two children. So there's lots of cases of younger men as well. As men Los Angeles came home and found his wife dead of a heart attack. He was in his early forties. There's there's just a lot of them. But the older men are interesting. The older men are either frightened that gonna live alone. The older generation aren't as versatile in their skills and being able to care for themselves cook for themselves, do the laundry all the domestic chores. They're not very good at that. Some of them don't even know how to pay the paper. Boy, does he get a checker credit card or we go online. They tend to panic more than the younger men. The these from my experience they want somebody in their life. And a lot of times. It's the first woman they say Hello to they again, make bad choices. And I always encourage them to take it slow be aware of your circumstances. Don't rush to use the l word things will work out, and there's also financial consideration. Some men are afraid of perhaps game seriously sick themselves and having somebody to take care of them. And there's a sane in the industry. Are we going to replace the wife that we lost? Or are we going to fall in love with somebody and marry them some men don't care? I mean, they literally just want someone in their life and frequently that ends in badly either in divorce or break up some type the the other issue that comes into play our financial. Because of the tax code in the United States Mary couples or older people who marry if one of them gets sick in are hospitalized or sent to a nursing home, their spouse's life savings.
"buffalo new york" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
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"buffalo new york" Discussed on The Pitch
"By the way, they'll have a great pairing with it all this other information, reserve your glass. Now I think to myself Thursdays date night I I've been looking for reason ago here. I got my wine reserve. Here's the issue, right? I mean, you're, you're, you're assuming that that's how people buy wine. What you're describing is a knee subset of the wine. You have to really be in into wind. What you're doing to look at your phone, finding up, find it bottle. The average person's not going to do that. The average American humor does not do that today as what I like your your obsessing, a little too much about the wine. I don't think people go Honey. We really need to go to this restaurant because by this one glass of wine there, that sounds like a little bit. I'm going to disagree with you on this a little bit because I mean this whole food revolution is trust picking up steam. Everybody is sort of wanna get aboard. I actually think this might be becoming a way for people to enjoy wine and be able to acquaint themselves with wine better. And also I think it's an opportunity for the labels themselves right to ha- to utilize you. I think you should be able to getting revenues from the labels. Okay. As well as the rest onto a little bit concerned about the charging the restaurants, but I really do like the idea that it's driving people to the restaurant. So you're working on both ways of a customer's acquiring customers where the restaurants are working with you to drive people right to choir your acquiring for the brand for the labels. I think there's a lot of win. Win win. So tell me what keeps you up at night. What are your biggest challenges right now? For me, it's the scale ability piece, the growth of both sides of this equation. So about the growth, what's been going faster? What are the biggest problems there? Do chicken or egg? Do you onboard the restaurants onboard consumers? How do incrementally achieve that? How you doing. Yeah. So right now we've been working with five core restaurants in our local area, and we've been on boarding a Rotarian. Buffalo New York. What's the average cost one. Flow somebody one. Some tailgate parties there. Ears succeeding in Buffalo New York. What can you? What's the.
"buffalo new york" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"K kopplin from buffalo new york this one and he said this is the kiddy land at our local amusement park in buffalo remember the part of the story of allison wonderland where she grows too big for the house she eats the cookie for while i lived that part of the book you got too big for the house a wall out call dick gregory old school with that slade we thank you sometimes just for you thank you i appreciate it alice got so big arms and legs sticking out through the windows and stuff so and this low rent kiddie park in buffalo they tried to replicate that but they used that as the staging area for their puppet show so the place where they put on the puppet show with alice sticking her limbs out of the house isn't necessarily appropriate for kids i don't think i don't think you want to put on a show and alice's vagina when she gets too big for the house literally a shadow box punching judy coming out of her jj frank palmer from columbus ohio sent in this one you remember when we were kids they would have these guns that you can put little yellow plastic pellets in pets they weren't as bad as like bb guns they were like soft plastic projectile yeah they were plastic bb yeah apparently they got outlawed because i don't know some kid lost his vision or something fucking pussy so road it for the rest of us actly so they went out of fashion for a while but they're coming back into fashion because they've now using these gel balls they're called it's sort of a fluid filled pustules fun somehow and they fired out of guns and kids use it now and it's not ideal i guess still to this day but apparently it's more soft and more more safe for the kids this is one of those that frank palmer found on a kids website and a catalog and online catalogue anything's for whatever reason it might be inappropriate for kids i don't know you tell me oh my lord no need to shoot blankson anymore no and how is that not like a silly string shooter by the way i was that why is it pellets i don't know why the pellets are blue they should be pearly white that's right i was recently the fourth of july independence day here in the united states and matthew corbin sent in this inappropriate toy is that it was buying fireworks this week and i saw this immediately thought of ralph you know i'm i've got a ongoing battle with this culture that creates the poop toys that poop now is the the most popular theme for kids to play with this was a firework for kids to play with based on poop it was called the poopie puppy and if you light the poops asshole if you let the puppies asshole apparently something magical was supposed to happen so i have a little video of the poopie puppy in action and just why they call this firework the poopie puppy for kids.
"buffalo new york" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Third your third got creed bubba watson here we're still like michael jordan speak who is this you'll like this loop kevin ciders a phd chemists in buffalo new york recently highly motivated employees of a very successful washington franchise recently my company has severely reduced my hours bench me i'm available on the morial day for brunch and the foreseeable future as i don't believe i'll be getting another opportunity my kid i would make a great server for chatter what lease for two days until you replace me with the server you always had looking forward to your response philip grumpy grew ballor from nate edwardson las vegas honestly i still don't know all the rules yet hope we don't get old yeller i know mr tony likes weather reports this is about playing capitals vegas it's a jersey of flurry that's the point right say that i'm sorry i got i got that wrong it's flurry marc andre beaten the capital from doc bradley in las vegas i guess if you're coming to us let me know i've got some ends at the casinos on the strip in says i know how to get into the front door rooms and food and stuff you'll have to take care of yourself okay hope i get to meet super gio and the others who make it out to watch the long suffered golden knights finally win the stanley cup what is not too bad out here having a bit of a cold snap next week supposed to be in the middle nineties and me without my love go knights go for years i root for the cavs because of your show and the year they finally make it to have to root against them that's the luck of the caps in us little if you're out a new bike tonight as always everyone do wear white jesus speaking chinese.
"buffalo new york" Discussed on TEDTalks Business
"One in six houses in detroit had their water shut off excuse me the united nations has called this violation of human rights and since two thousand five one in three houses think about this place one in every three houses has been for closed in the city representing a population about the size of buffalo new york one in three houses for closed is not a crisis personal responsibility stomach minnie's trowers myself included are word segregation is now returning to the city itself on the coattails of this renaissance ten years ago it was not possible to go anywhere in detroit and be in a crowd completely made of white people now troublingly that is possible this is the price that we're paying for conventional economic resurgence recreating to detroit s two classes of citizens cracking the community apart frothy money in subsidies for all the street lights installed the dollars for new stadiums and slick advertisements and positive buzz were shutting off water to tens of thousands of people living right on the great lakes the world's largest source of it separate has always met on equal this grave mistake for all of us when economic development comes the cost of community it's not just those who have lost their homes or access to water who are harmed but it breaks little pieces of our own humanity as well none of us can truly be free controlling become trouble until our neighbors are too for those of us coming in it means we must make sure we are inadvertently contributing to the destruction of community again and to follow the lead of those who have been working on these problems for years in detroit average citizens deputising themselves crit water stations and deliveries for those who have lost access to it or clergy and teachers engaging in civil disobedience to block water shutoff trucks it's organizations buying back foreclosed homes for their inhabitants fighting misinformation on four sales through social media and volunteer run hotlines for me i mean helping others to raise the beams on their own formerly abandoned houses are helping to educate those privilege now increasingly moving into cities how we might come in and support rather than stress existing communities it's chipping in a small group of neighbors decides to buy back a foreclosed home and return the deeds occupants for you for all of us immunes finding a roy.
"buffalo new york" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"It will all be preserved sin gnutti i don't i just names send nudie you could do it there are youtube videos and how to do it without any software because because you don't but that it's a little easier to use software just to match the songs them carry on the line in buffalo new york hello gary now let me ask you you're used to this cyclone bombs cyclone thing right this is every year for you well we you know what we're just little west of that we get it coming from the west across the lake sorts warmed up then no it's cold it it forestalled at cold canadian arod to watch oh i'm sorry all in on it so we haven't been over zero today uh but yeah it's going up to forty later in the week oh gosh old springs kobe yeah it is that it is their enough snow on the ground that it won't all melt even though it's over freezing uh no the problem is if we get rain it's going to be a mess slush that it freezes again it's the worst yeah the worst since bhutto it'll be the worst thing if we get when we're better off just getting snow though i don't blame you so what can i do for you today well airline i did it uh s s p five hundred gigabytes were on sale last week so i bought one and put it in my dust top is my operating dry have you noticed the difference yes quite a bit yes i i'll let me put it this way this is these is solid stay drives they don't have any moving parts just like your flash memory in a camera ipod and by the way it's the best upgrade you can make to a computer that the prices are starting to fall i don't buy a computer without an assist eu let's put it that way.