17 Burst results for "Charles Moore"

"charles moore" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"charles moore" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Now. Here's your host why it cox folks. Another short run series over the summer months presenting charles moore yay. This was originally broadcast august twenty second nineteen fifty entitled the lady in question presenting charles boyer uh-huh uh-huh <music>. I don't make you swim. A uh-huh the national broadcasting testing company takes pleasure in presenting mr charles boy as michelle and who is michelle not an easy question to answer for michelle is a great in many people all he is only one man but what a man capable of assuming a personality if any state of of society in which he might find himself equally at home in the most aristocratic castle are in the murky smart the moment at ease with kings delighted with queens michelle at all times as a a great asset and a great weakness is s._f. Love for people his weakness and internally empty pocketbook and so that has michaud who even at this moment scans the faces cafe in the arctic three on looking for his friend bert conway all day you michelle you're late. I was afraid you invented join me for dinner tonight. Well how could i allow myself to you mr conway besides i could not allow you have point by stomach bear in mind my friend. I have no intention of buying dinner unless you give me a good story in return. Let's get down to the meat the meat oh yes yes <hes>. Shall we ought to meet your store. I wanna know what i'm buying me. I get stuck with a twenty thousand francs chick very read. This is the story of my wife story of your life or your life of my wife w i if he hi you're married ever was at what makes the studies interesting. I cut it <hes> the lady in question lady in question and she was in question in more ways than one cm that entire berries police wanted to question. Whatever for me see beef. Let's be very good tonight. Go ahead autism play menu and champagne. You make clear out the entire line salad but tell me the story it started in the mildest of all entertainment sir <music> new gums will bill who sweepstakes bill go do now that you are the wealthiest man in the bronx. Take a trip snapping comfortable in my chair preparing to doors off during the traveler doc. I suddenly realized that the vacant seat next to me who has no longer vacant whereas pleasantly hill taylor tweet suit american make in which in turn was pleasantly hill by taylor feminine figure and i've been married getting me off aw norwegians fishing journey through the sun drenched aw much more interested interested in watching the young lady at my side and he'd watching the fjords go by the end steady light from the picture screen of his look like with tara and i stared straight ahead as if hypnotized and hence clenched tightly the arms of a seat in around look down the aisle yours is. Is there anybody there almost following me. I've got to get away from them for the following me calm idea is no one following you yes there is i just looked at the theater to get away from them but they'll find on needs moaning. These giresse fishing smack slip out of this <hes> ebbs cast in the north sea. I'm like a fish caught in a net. First light is not very good here but to me. You do not look like a officials all oh you sound kind. Are you a friend of the principle of my life to be a friend to damsels in distress..

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"charles moore" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"charles moore" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"I got really he said how could they be the a side to wilder right when he just won the title fan base same reason fucking ricky hat and got to pay per views with the biggest names in the sport fan base the fact that he could sell out stadiums the same reason that I talked on the show yesterday about what do Blah can possibly become if these numbers keep coming in the way they're coming in. Those number are crazy for two months ago to almost a two million on a fight with a dude. Never heard of that country loves boxing yes if you now. You're going to argue with me when A._J.. Won The belt from our in. He wasn't the Assad Mike. Do you believe while the was the a side of if I could have been struck when A._J.. Won The Belfer Martin is your mic off remodeling going over here but honestly upping may it was really really early age. Hey Day Carribean. If I were still at the before he did a stadium Ed would really really early in their career up at that time could've been okay so so while the wasn't the a side though this man claims while there was the a side in A._J.. Was Not what you're saying A._J.. Just winning a title at a sixteen fight wasn't it get something like that and and while we're still fighting like areo look but is your par but it's European that is sixteen fight. He was at least fifty fifty. This man was saying was the a side and should have sent the offer but you're saying this guy won a belt. Look see how much of an aside A._J.. Was that is sixteen five just winning the belt you're saying now he but he is for the fifty come on Brad that's unheard of because he offered Martin all that money he was able to his numbers. Have you five point six any it came out session way more than five million into your life for five to like eight or nine but Mike Mike from Connecticut says while there was the a side when the same in Eddie who says they offered Charles Moore and like eight million said that wilder wasn't making over two million but mike wants us to believe that I'm biased. I'm lying A._J.. Wasn't protecting my get Yo ass. I get you a ring Asaka. Kill you to elaborate he. He kind of had you heard also he had nothing. I let him speak because why Berthier yeah let them off his punches and look silly <noise>. We got got we got we got. Did we go to h money with her boxing..

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"charles moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"charles moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We. We don't like these swarms piggybacking on one another that makes for I leading issues across southern California. Mandatory evacuation orders have been issued for recent burn zones near lake Elsinore people affected by the wildfire around Malibu have been warned. They should be ready to leave immediately. If needed a woman who led cops on a rainy day chase through Compton. In south LA has been arrested. She gave up and partially stripped down almost an hour after the chase started. The driver was wanted in connection with a carjacking that happened Saturday sheriff's deputy Charles Moore told KTLA the car was spotted this morning near rosecrans and Wilmington. But deputies kept their distance at times, it is important for for us to apprehend the violator, but it's not more important than the safety of involved bystanders there. Motorists or even the deputies. No one was hurt. A man in Wisconsin has been charged with kidnapping a thirteen year old girl and murdering her parents the girls is the girl rather escape last week. And Jake Paterson was arrested court papers show Patterson admitted to investigators that he targeted Jamie class when he saw her getting on a school bus ABC's. Ryan burrow, says Patterson is accused of going to the class home in October and blowing the front door open with shotgun fatally, shot Jamie's father in the head and made Jamie's mother duct tape. Jamie's mouth and bind her arms and feet before. He fatally shot the mother he then dragged Jamie to his trunk. The girl was captain remote cabin until she was able to get away the government remained shut down for one reason. And one reason only President Trump says, it's all the Democrats fault. The government remained shut down for one reason. And one reason only the Democrats will not fund border security, our safety, our national security, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, blame speaker Nancy Pelosi earlier this month speaker Pelosi declared that the concept of any physical wall on our fellow barrier was quote. Morality Democrats, also say a while is unnecessary and ineffective. Actress rose McGowan has pleaded no contest in Virginia to a misdemeanor. Drug charge. Cocaine was found in a wallet. She left behind two years ago in a plane had landed at an airport in the DC area. Mcgowan says she just wanted to plead the case over with she's been fine twenty five hundred dollars and been given a suspended jail sentence last year. Mcgowan's lawyer suggested the drugs were planted in retaliation for accusing Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault..

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"charles moore" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"charles moore" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Ten seventy NewsRadio. Good evening. I'm John Stevens. Our top story at eleven thirty. Authorities are asking people to keep an eye out for a teenager from Lancaster who disappeared weeks ago. LA county sheriff's deputies continue to search for the sixteen year old girl day in and day out. Investigators say lay on Hawkins was last seen by relatives on December ninth when her mom dropped her off at a Taco Bell. And Lancaster where she was picked up by friend to spend the night and the next day refused to come home deputy Charles Moore says detectives thinks she may have boarded a train to L A. He says a lot of people are worried about her sixteen year old is definitely at risk out there on the streets fending for themselves. He says if anybody sees the girl call law enforcement right away. She's black two hundred pounds five three has pierced ears Brown eyes and dark curly. Hair Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio three. People were found dead in Santa Barbara county sheriff's detectives say it appears the three were stabbed and beaten to death at their own home. After a confrontation the suspect was shot and killed by authorities. The Santa Maria times reports the suspect lived at that home as well. The victims were his mother his sister in a man the motive for those killings is not yet known. The suspect was a former custody deputy at the Santa Barbara county sheriff's offices office rather he'd been arrested several times since he resigned in two thousand and twelve. A well known actor. He's calling for an end to rising violent crime in southwest. Mississippi city Academy Award winning actor Jamie, FOX is among those calling for an end to spiraling violence in naturals. Mississippi, Jamie, FOX..

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"charles moore" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"charles moore" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Bob, real can't accent seventy dollars radio people in paradise had a number of warnings before the campfire destroyed that town. The fate of paradise received long before the flames came according to an LA times investigation. Several factors doomed the town. It was close to a crack in the wall of the Sierra Nevada in a deep canyon that allowed gale force winds to blow a maze of lanes and dead. End roads made escape nearly impossible and community leaders simply never planned for fire as intense as the one that burned to the ground in November in the eighty six residents died nearly fourteen thousand homes were destroyed rob orchard KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Authorities you're asking people to please keep an eye out for a teenager from Lancaster who disappeared weeks ago. LA county sheriff's deputies continue to search for the sixteen year old girl day in and day out. Investigators say lay on a Hawkins was last seen by relatives on December ninth when her mom dropped her off at a Taco Bell. And Lancaster where she was picked up by friend to spend the night and the next day refuse to come home deputy Charles Moore says detectives think she may have boarded a train to L A. He says a lot of people are worried about her sixteen year old is definitely at risk out there on the streets fending for themselves. He says if anybody sees the girl call law enforcement right away. She's black two hundred pounds five three has pierced ears Brown eyes and dark curly. Hair Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. A well known. Actress calling for an end to rising violent crime rate in southwest Mississippi city, Academy Award winning actor Jamie, FOX is among those calling for an end to spiraling violence and naturals. Mississippi, Jamie, FOX..

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"charles moore" Discussed on The Show About Science

The Show About Science

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"charles moore" Discussed on The Show About Science

"And really I think something to be aware of as often people try to look for a disposable alternative to this little classic. And I think what we need to do is get you on the disposable mentality. There are a lot of straws even usable plastics rows that we don't have to just use once and then throw away. So I encourage anyone who wants to use a straw to use reusable alternatives. And that's something that I actually have at my house is a reusable metal straw. It was given to me by captain Charles Moore who studies. That garbage patches where straws and other plastics wash up. So what do you hope will happen with straws? My goal is for it to become standard. That straws are offered to customers instead of being served with every drink automatically similar to the way, it became standard a few years ago for grocery stores to offer shoppers the choice between paper and plastic bags. Great. And it's been my goal, right? From the beginning to work myself out of a job. And it seems like I'm really close to doing that. And it's exciting. Do you have any advice for kids who are very inspiring Monto change the world? Absolutely. I think that anyone who wants to change the world has a good chance of changing it because they're the only people who will wind up changing the world, nobody who doesn't want to change the world will wind up having as great an impact on it as someone who's motivated to. And I think just go for it. If you're worried that people want, listen to you, make your voice heard and people will listen to you. And it's really exciting when they do. It's one of the most inspiring things that I've gotten a chance to do in in my pretty short career so far. But when I first got started, I was concerned that, you know, the people wouldn't listen to what I had to say, which is one of the reasons. But now I'm working on talking to kids about finding and getting involved with project and fire them, and I went on. International speaking who are called let's create the future, which I talked about Abraham Lincoln's quote thing the best way to predict the future to help create it, and I talk to students at schools about getting involved and making a difference in their communities, and I think that's one of the most important things that young students can be doing. I completely agree with that. So how can people get involved in how with what you're doing? Well, you can go to my website these draw free dot org, and I have a lot.

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"charles moore" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on WTVN

"I use this the inspiration for it was it he needs trick. The strangest thing about that trick George is that, is that for I would say, about seventy, years no one knew how he. Did it seventy years and I have? To tell you you know people people say all the time you know Magicians keep. Their secrets? And. I bet you know are there secret center their, loss of the grave that's very seldom happens, if something is done publicly if. It's done for. Thousands of people number of people. See it magician see it and they'll have a knowledge of it. And Houdini to that trick in in nineteen eighteen. We just passed the the understanding, nursery of, it did he do it was, in Finland Hippodrome the. Largest theater at that, time in America in New. York was about? Thirty five hundred people And he had a box of wooden box a little bigger than the elephant kind of rectangular. Long and rectangular the elephant marched inside and they, closed it up and gave it a quarter turn, so you were looking through one end of it and then they opened up the ends of it and. You could see through the box to the backdrop. Was gone and it was, not a great track it's exactly the kind of what I was saying just a a minute ago people in the audience because it was a really big audience had trouble seeing through it and not a lot of people saw the elephant was gone. And they didn't open up all the parts of the, box and spin it around at the end they were anxious to move on and so strange It seems to us now a lotta people. Ended up shrugging and kind of. Going yeah okay Like like. No big deal that's right no big deal because they didn't really appreciate different aspects of it. And so he became, famous, for having made an elephant. Disappear even if the trick. Wasn't great and, because of that magicians didn't record what it, was magicians didn't talk about it. And that trick which was quite ingenious in its own way was lost for many many years and, actually it, was through some research that I was doing it another perform with another former manager Charles Moore, it was a British magician that that trip. Was rediscovered in that trick was was demonstrated. Again didn't have anything to do with the box it had a lot to do. With. The Exactly he couldn't have done it without that box it was a. Very special box and, it was a genius that they. That they adapted it to. Something the size, of an elephant exactly it must work with, mirrors it was a very interesting. Optical principle and that's all I can really gonna say okay came right out of that era where, magicians working, with mayors I mean it was one of those discoveries that. Was right right born of that, really interesting time physics and optical effects and. Magic Houdini was an escape artist as well And what he was known, for. Yes was was that trickery and, magic or was he really getting out of handcuffs and things like that Well I would say I would say it was a little of both of. That he was very knowledgeable guy about locks and handcuffs and he. Certainly studied the handcuffs that he would have been presented with to escape so he, knew, exactly what was necessary to get out of those but he was also famous. For a number of escapes that even if you said oh he's he's doing it locks or he. Has a. Set of keys on him you couldn't. Understand how he got out of them were like he was wrapped up in a straitjacket, that's right he was wrapped. Up in a straitjacket he. Was put upside down, in, a tank of water stocks, that went around his ankles and you know they. Were they were impossible escapes that even if you, said, well he has keys on the you can't get you can't get to the keys you can't get the keys out to the lock cetera et cetera was was. That the trek where somebody really had the smash the. Water-filled place he was put in because, he was he was he was basically drowning he couldn't get out That's what happened in the movie that's, what, happened in the movie and Houdini in his patter when he when he introduced the trick every night he said the glass the front of, it is glass and..

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"charles moore" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The early adventures upon solo where did he come from and how did he meets his work friend chewbacca these questions and more are answered in the latest star wars movie but why the sluggish opening some speculated spitael with the star wars film the last jedi having opened back in december others believe it's because disney switched directors midway through production receiving some negative press but word of mouth is spreading and many are saying solo is a fun time summer goofy things are always as they appear are they the book of revelation sounds scary but at its core is a love letter to christ's church reminding us he is on his throne and he's coming back soon welcome to haven today i'm charles moore sharing the great story that all about jesus here on the weekend and here on this first weekend in june we have a program called behold i'm coming soon on our weekday program we've been working through the book of revelation and on today's program we're going to look at the final two chapters but before that may we not forget the beginning the revelation of jesus christ which god gave him to show his servants what must soon take place no by sending his angel with servants who testifies to everything he saw that is the word of god and the testimony of jesus christ blessed is the one who reads the words of this prophecy and blessed are those redirect and take to heart what is because the time is near john to the seven churches in the province of asia grace and peace to you from him who is and who was and who is to come from the seven spirits before his throne and from jesus christ who is the faithful witness the first born from the dead and the ruler of the kings of the earth love sis and has freed us from our sins by his us to be up came in greece laurean our forever and ever he's coming with the clouds and every time scene even though through and all the peoples of the earth more because shelby revelation chapter one but there is more to come today in these x minutes we finished revelation i'd like to invite you to call us after the.

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"charles moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For texas monthly magazine mike welcome to our thanks bob who was charles moore charge charles was an enlightened progressive minister long before that was a hip thing to be in superconservative east texas even back in nineteen fifty four he was preaching for example that brown v board of education was a good thing which is just nuts in east texas in nineteen fifty four and he caught a lot of flack for it and he spent a lot of time fighting for people who were disenfranchised fighting for poor people he was personally welcoming gays to his church here in south austin he went on a hunger strike to try to make this a real issue for the methodist church and alternately the methodist church made a few begrudging changes but nothing really big although eventually i mean the methods church like all churches has slowly been breaking down some of these walls and charles's peers believed that he had a lot to do with that in any event by the time he poured gasoline on himself and set himself a flame in that empty parking lot he was deeply disappointed man and his suicide notes specified why he was making the ultimate sacrifice he actually titled it grants lean repent of your racism he spoke of all the people who had been lynched there and set on fire and he said that his sacrifice he was going to join them in their martyrdom and to give his body to be burned here is some tape from a documentary called man on fire a film that's rank from your texas monthly piece majority of like the black people in this town they're not gonna go to grind they're not gonna go to grains slain there aren't going to hang out and grains lean they don't have any friends from lane and they're just like they're still reckless the claim there you know lynch people there they don't like you they're chase you town they're gonna try to fight i mean like literally like it's taboo i remember one one time we had to drag me and the next day ago says the josse all those monkeys walking around on their hind loss and things like that you hear it every day probably heard the n word every day at school however.

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"charles moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Road about charles moore for texas monthly magazine mike welcome to rtm thanks bob who was charles moore charles was an enlightened progressive minister long before that was a hip thing to be in superconservative east texas even back in nineteen fifty four he was preaching for example that brown v board of education was a good thing which is just nuts in east texas in nineteen fifty four and he caught a lot of flack for it and he spent a lot of time fighting for people who were disenfranchised fighting for poor people he was personally welcoming gays to his church here in south austin he went on a hunger strike to try to make this a real issue for the methodist church and ultimately the methodist church made a few begrudging changes but nothing really big although eventually i mean the methods church like all churches has slowly been breaking down some of these walls and charles's peers believed that he had a lot to do with that in any event by the time he poured gasoline on himself and set himself a flame in that empty parking lot he was deeply disappointed man and his suicide note specified why he was making the ultimate sacrifice he actually titled it grants lean repent of your racism he spoke of all the people who had been lynched there and and set on fire and he said that his sacrifice he was going to join them in their martyrdom and to give his body to be burned here is some tape from a documentary called man on fire a film that's ranked from your texas monthly piece for majority of like the black people in this town they're not gonna go grains lean they're not going to go to grains slain they're not going to hang out and grains lean they don't have any friends from grind lane and they're just like they're still restless the clan there you know lynch people there they don't like you they're chase town they're going to try to fight you i mean like literally like it's taboo i remember one time we had to track me and the next day ago says the josse all those monkeys walking around on their online last night and things like that you'd hear it every day probably heard the n word every day at school however moore's accusations that grant.

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"charles moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Charles moore for texas monthly magazine mike welcome to tm thanks bob who was charles moore charles charles was an enlightened progressive minister long before that was a hip thing to be in superconservative east texas even back in nineteen fifty four he was preaching for example that brown v board of education was a good thing which is just nuts in east texas in nineteen fifty four and he caught a lot of flack for it and he spent a lot of time fighting for people who were disenfranchised fighting for poor people he was personally welcoming gays to his church here in south austin he went on a hunger strike to try to make this a real issue for the methodist church and ultimately the methodist church made a few begrudging changes but nothing really big although eventually i mean the methods church like all churches has slowly been breaking down some of these walls and charles's peers believed that he had a lot to do with that in any event by the time he poured gasoline on himself and set himself a flame in that empty parking lot he was deeply disappointed man and his suicide note specified why he was making the ultimate sacrifice he actually titled at granz lean repent of your racism he spoke of all the people who had been lynched there and and set on fire and he said that his sacrifice he was going to join them in their martyrdom and to give his body to be burned here is some tape from a documentary called man on fire a film that's rank from your texas monthly piece for majority of like the black people in this town they're not gonna go to grind they're not going to go to grains lean they're not going to hang out and they don't have any friends from grants lane and they're just like they're still rice with the clan lynch people there they don't like you they're into town they're going to try to fight you i mean like literally like it's taboo i remember one time we had a track meet and the next day ago says the josse all those monkeys walking around on their hind legs whilst not and then things like that you'd hear it every day probably heard the n word every day at school however moore's accusations that grant selene.

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"charles moore" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"His entire career has been spent at washington thinktanks he's at the american enterprise institute rival lot of friends and i respect that organization quite a bit and he argues in different ways and throughout his in again his entire of body of work for policy outcomes his book before the bell curve is called losing ground it's a book about why we should dissolve the great society programs on by the way when he was selling that book he said a lot of whites the racist and this is a book that tells him they aren't then he came out with a bell curve and we'll go through this and i'll quote this back to you but the bell curves final chapter he says why did i do any of this why why did i talk about any of this hemin richard hearne stein obviously the co author of that book do and he says the reason i did it is because we in america need to reimb race a politics of difference we need to understand that we are cognitively different from each other not just by race but but other folks but racist well and that understanding that changes what we should do in social policy he literally says and again i quote this too if you'd like he says for one thing we have all these low cognitive capacity women giving birth and by having the social supports for poor children in this country we are subsidizing them to give birth and what we need to do is take those subsidies away so these women who according to his book disproportionately african american their poor children do not get as much federal support when they are born and so they are disincentivize to have as many children he also says that we have all these folks were spanich coming up over the border that our immigration policy is letting in too many low iq people while he's not quite as prescriptive in that part he's pretty clear that he wants us to change our immigration policy in order to resist genyk pressure so i'm just gonna finish this up the other thing you brought up his ub i work and this is the reason i bring this up is it threes and i think charles moore is work is problematic is it he uses these arguments about you and a lot of other arguments he makes about other things too.

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"charles moore" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"Cheat i really am vase for clean old man religion live zong room the jabbour hong kong of the big big big goal should do the league said never gives up renewed when the skies of northern return boom when the lord of iron ore one is exposing charles moore on the moon the gerald gerald uh gordon lightfoot and jim crow chief i i mean mean that's pretty locked that's just great um i'm curious about this one for you somebody who grew up really were as you said without much pop culture film or television television fat i would say because television right now is so great and so it depends on a decade that you're talking about you know 1990s probably fell but right now definitely television but is there a specific theseries series that you love uh there's a lot of them i love i just started watching the good place which i'm really enjoying i hope grason frankie i just finished which i love i realize how weird it is to see a film ordinary a film to see any kind of depiction of people who aren't you know between the age of sixteen 35 especially women i just have been watching his show and realizing oh yeah while my entire kind of idea of of people in tv is just the such a narrow youthful demographic and i really enjoyed this just holes show about what it's like to be old and start over building your life.

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"charles moore" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast in nineteen 64 the remains of charles moore and henri de were found in the mississippi river no one was convicted forty years later morris brother thomas returns to mississippi with david region to reopen the case and confront the kkk some one know something season 3 subscribe on apple podcast or your favorite podcast app hello i'm carol off good evening i'm geoff douglas and this is as it happens the podcast edition akg tonight trading insults in a new complaint with the world trade organization canada says us trade beauties are bad for canada whereas the us says that for canada complained about those duties is bad for canada the soundness barrier he's not saying he doesn't agree with donald trump selfassessment as a very stable genius bought democratic congressman jaime raskin we'd like a commission to officially assess of presidents stability and solid ground i canadian living in california tells us about the torrential rains that turned the earth mud this week and the moment that that mud began rushing toward his montesino home in broad daylight a narrow escape on a busy street this morning armed men attacked pakistani journalist haas deke and stuff tim in the back of a car and tonight mr sadique himself tells us how he managed to get away comedy equals fictional neartragedy plus time when he read about a standup comic saving a fan from choking bloggers thought something funny was going on and peter heimlich yes peter heimlich explains how he maneuvered his way to the truth and watching the sparks be flown australia's indigenous people have known about the serial arsonists setting fire to the bush for millennia and now scientists have shared that knowledge with the rest of us the arsonists are tricky predatory birds as it happens vote wednesday at it on radio that no zip is a ploy with fire you're gonna get bird.

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"charles moore" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast in nineteen 64 the remains of charles moore and henri de were found in the mississippi river no one was convicted forty years later morris brother thomas returns to mississippi with david region to reopen the case and confront the kkk some one know something season 3 subscribe on apple podcast or your favorite podcast app hello i'm carol off good evening i'm geoff douglas and this is as it happens the podcast addition akg that tonight t jackson letters conservative party leader andrew shearer boot senator lynn back from caucus saying racism will not be tolerated our guest says he emailed the party about the racist letters on senator back site months ago rumor service washington state's attorney general says motel six violated guests rights by baen tearing their personal information to us immigration agents so he's taking the chain to court taken by storm but then put back during the socalled winter a bomb in atlantic canada adults than is stranded on cape sable island our guest was one of those who braved the weather to save its life dwelling on dwellings we make ourselves at home in the as it happens archives but instead of relaxing we scour the cupboards and the closets for stories on the subject of home is not just tipping the scales is knocking them right off zoom miami want everyone to know that a coal snap is causing frozen iguanas to fall out of trees but if you touch them things could heat up fast and carried off but not carry on for a while this week to the fate of of beijing free say was up in the air but tonight she is back on solid ground after an eagle flew off with her as it happens friday addition radio that passes with flying colours.

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"charles moore" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"And up next on renegade radio make is creep dealt by charles krauthammer in he doesn't care what the guys trying say stop only even though he's paralysed they he just wants everyone know that he finds that guy to be creepy the bropher i'm not proud strikes was the only strike crowd all right crowds strike frau stri krauthammer krauthammer he likes new is one worries the paras guy fox news charles krauthammer and type pronouncing proud paralysed guy parks yeah he's very stiff wap carlos yes i didn't know that how do you think what do you think he briefed on the alike i just for real yes suit i had a big big time correct we need people of the things i thought of them then abdullah like him no because that but i thought he was being slowly and it is within the last year like in a wheelchair knows at no charge all right i don't know if he's in a wheelchair of the proper up one of the big as they as you know i will say this i finally learn something during a middle had next segment and we got from nick put home home counts the the timing zone yeah but there buddy fill security firm proud strike was the strike wow d crowds the yell it just a nunciate it's crowd heyman strike the the only internet server they were the owner how are you they were only group who was allowed to examine at the dnc internet servers something that not even the fbi was allowed to do well that's a little weird yes i thought so too now amount be sarcastic i was i was in the in such as saddam and rain with you but i'm trying to get through this quickly before john does something still hold on let me just help the crowd strike widely retracted washington charles moore are how he explains we're going to be falls joe houghton propaganda is she wants to know that it was on the inner monthly information saying i'm getting too old the listening to people all its channels are of the information he was in a diving accident in they could be me really hit me then i can swing back but anyway i krauthammer was injured in a diving accident during his first year medical scotty sustain injuries that let them know wise wow required him to be hospitalized for fourteen months and he.

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"charles moore" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"charles moore" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"If i think of disturbing way to think about lower income people's like families but um is is in keeping with that book it was funny in writing this piece i went back and read a lot of losing ground and there is the sections where he talks about why he thinks if dc is problematic she relies a little on research about fdc itself but he mostly relies on all these studies done about negative income taxes worth must serve a form of basic income that the phases out with as you you raining combat served topping up your income rather than everyone just getting a flat check and the us and canada did a bunch of citybased trial demonstrations this idea in the '70s and in early '80s and his read on them is that they destroyed families and caused unacceptable way of work discouragement and does not clear to me at all by this is not true if its proposal who like if you read the evidence the way he does and losing ground than his proposal in in our hands is what lunacy wet okay so turning a page i think charles moore is wrong i i i think the basic income that gets the most attention in the media is like andy stern mark zuckerberg any certain to sort of very prominent former labor union leader we've had him on the weeds mark zuckerberg at has some kind of website read some other people the facebookcom yeah this is a like a hot idea in the tech community is like we're doing gray here in our technology companies but there's a lot of problems in america that are caused or will be caused in the near future because a is is gonna put people out of work so we need to rethink everything.

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