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"charlton" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"You want to. You got a great job. You're making eighteen bucks an hour mike. I know like. I could pay my truck payment on the first week. Pay my rent the second week. Pay my credit card bill the third week and then i can drink with the rest and as long as i had ten bucks in the bank like we're good if i'm not overdrawn we're good man you know so but these guys were like don't work too hard you're gonna work yourself out of a job. Why do you want to be a leader. Why do you want to become a foreman. Like i'm content. I'm not man. I i i respect your temper. Fuck that that is your life. I think it works for you. That is not listen. I seriously still want that. Kuhn tash in the garage. They didn't make it then. So shit it's gotta be a diablo. But so i just always had this this drive to to wanted to to do more like i didn't want to be content. The word content if you ask my wife now. She's got a much different definition. But when i heard content it was like i'm going to settle And i hated that. I'm like i'm not going to sell or anything so i was blessed to get laid off one weekend and i met. I had some friends that were going to school. Byu and they're like. Hey you seem like a good leader. Will you come. Come out this summer and sell satellite dishes. Door-to-door like okay cool and i'd just met my wife like i met her link two months before that and i'm like hey you know it sounds crazy. I'm going to move to tennessee. We're going to go to nashville or somewhere test. I don't think it was nashville. I would have been way too. And i want to go to tennessee with me. She's like yeah shit. Okay cool so. I quit my job. And i went to nashville. We're driving to. We're in south dakota. On the way to nashville. The this company calls the so. I quit my construction. My safe job. I had three days often like four years like in construction. That's almost unheard of right. So you know. We had a really high producing team in construction we had the highest profiting group. My group like we would make the most money per foot so we should drill in whatever but we. I was proud of that. Like we. kick everybody's ass and so backing up the stories that i used to be the tester for these this machine. I'm pretty good at operating machinery. So drilling i just got an drilling star crushing it. And then that's word to meeting that guy like he can make forty thousand bucks the summer if you go out and work all summer and i was making about sixty grand a year..
"charlton" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"Hey i didn't i did not set things up for you and in in that time inheritance tax was an issue and when he passed away. Didn't i will. So he has as much success as he created. He really didn't set things up. You know and so the. Irs came into we had six boats. They took four out of out of the six boats and to sell all his properties and all the just pay inheritance tax alone so all of their inheritance. All of that he worked for all. These fifty years went to the irs. And you know. My dad ended up taking one boat and piece of property. And that's where we started. He started charlton charleston. Dc charters which was warrenton deep sea. The company back in the day. So i think that It was comfortable for my dad. Like that's what he knew. There's if you wanna go across the columbia river bar most treacherous bar in in the whole world more deaths more. I don't care if you if you're fishing. Alaska that shit more people have died on the chimera regarding any bar in the whole world. My dad we've been through some harry shit and there's nobody better but again. I think that he was just like pure loyalty to to to my grandfather. Like he always wanted to just make him proud so then what what happened during because what happened during like high school. That you're like i want to lender guinea ferrari. I wanna be able to buy before that. That was way before that. Okay my grandmother. She always told me. I could do anything i want. You can do anything. You wanna do. Like legitimately and i just i can remember. I don't remember specifically. But like. I just remember like well i know it was. It was vanilla ice Right so he always rode motorcycles. You know ice ice baby. Somebody had a white lamborghini. There was a video at a white lamborghini. Coon tush and love that carmen man. I'm going to have one of those and my grandmother absolutely will absolutely guarantee you'll have one of those and so i draw that car like i had six by three poster. I would look at that car i could. I could i memorized. Fell in love with that car. Specifically so i just she always gave me the like the confidence is like you can literally do anything you want do. And you know she so. I think that's where it stemmed from. And i had so like growing up. I had my dad who very flashing my dad. You know we had money. Grant my my. My dad had money so my dad always had you know nice stuff yet. Had all the cool stuff like so. I get the flashy said for my dad but my grandparents are like very frugal but they also were dreamers like they didn't dream so they dream through and i think that i mean. I know that that was a big piece. They just instilled that like you can have whatever you want. As long as you're willing to work hard and i saw both my grandparents grandfather and grandmother and had like they worked their asses off so i was blessed to have the great role models to teach me..
"charlton" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"The word content. If you ask my wife now she's got a much different definition. But when i heard content it was like i'm going to settle and i hated that i'm like i'm not gonna sell for anything to the habits of the view. What we got four where we discussed habits rituals and mindset tactics that you can use to reach your version of success and now here's your host mona bone so we've known each other for what twelve thirteen years. At least it's been a long time. I wanted to start with really figuring out your trajectory of your life. And how you're able to become a fisherman crab fisherman easy to to where you are today and then that journey and then everything that essentially alleged to this place from a mindset shift from a perspective of understanding your own limitations to be able to overcome limitations and starting to define the man that you are today because it doesn't brian still fishermen son right. That was a lot of words but other than that. I get the gist. So so tell me. How old were you when you first started doing. The fishermen i went on. I have a picture when i was four years old. My dad took took me out fishing. We got a limit know. Limit back then with six six salmon and so i was four. I ever fishing my dad. My dad always had a like. He always make the job he's like. I've always had a job since i was twelve years old mike. Okay so when. I turned twelve. I realized that he was not joking. Twelve years old. Got on the boat. And it's all i wanted to do because i i was raised by my grandparents. As you know my mom drug addicts you know drug dealer Like what a blessing grandparents stepped in. And but my dad always was. They're trying to create a relationship and like we bonded in in been fishing right like you know so. Twelve years old started working working on the boat and then eighth grade my summer of eighth grade. You're going into high. School is like okay. It's time to really step it up. And then all four years of high school. At least three. I was at college for four. I got too dumb but the three years in college and those summers..
The Naked Man Flees With Michael Zwaagstra
"Today. Special guest is author of the naked man flees michael's wag stra welcome to the show. Michael well thank you very much mike. It's a pleasure to be with. You appreciate you being on taking the time. So let's let's hear a little bit about that book. Naked man flees naked man flees while the the full book title. Is the man. Fli es timeless truths from obscure parts of the bible and seek to do in the book is to highlight forty obscure passages passages in the bible that christians and non christians alike ten dimiss With the bible and passages the tend not to have a lot of servants preached about them and to take a closer look at what these passages say in What possible meeting they might have to today. i've taught In addition to teaching public high school. I also teach a part time basis at stop five college. Which is our our local bible college here in steinbeck manitoba and i've found that You can never assume that christians know their bibles really well But a lot. Don't and i i know that on your show. One of the things that you say at the end is that you encourage people to pick up their bibles and read them and i agree. People should pick up the bible and actually read it because otherwise you're gonna miss a lot of important stuff that's in there actually. Yeah there's a lot of stuff in there. It's pretty interesting for sure. Chapter two for instance you talk about one of my favorite will if it's my favorite but it's definitely one of the stories that are in there The the moses and y'all we meeting them at the lodging place and he's about to kill him mad. That is such a strange story. It makes a stranger because it's just kind of thrown in there you know you're you're reading the story then all of a sudden this happens and it goes right back to where left off so it's yeah it's it's a strange one and it's one that a lot of people A lot of christians miss and one of the reasons that we miss it is that it doesn't make it into any of the popular movies. It's not in charlton. Heston the ten commandments does make it into prince of egypt and the exact. Yeah go figure. I'll read the la read. The exact passage is chapter four versus twenty four to twenty six at a lodging place on the way the lord met him. That's moses and sought to put him to death then sapporo took a flint and cut off her son's foreskin. Touched moses beat with it and said surely you are a bridegroom of blood to me. So he left him alone It was then that she said a bridegroom of blood because of the circumcision.
Man of the People
"And the story. You're about to hear it takes place in nineteen seventeen but almost everything that happens in. It feels like it could have happened this week. Basically it starts with this young doctor john. Brinkley he's just married the love of his life many and they decided to go find a place where they can just settle down. He's going to be a town doctor and then they set out for kansas because they see an advertisement that says milford kansas population. Three thousand when you doctor. And they're like okay. We'll go west. So they travel west get milford and three thousand was a typo in fact it was population. Three hundred which say it's like the middle of nowhere. There's nobody there. This is penny lane. She's a filmmaker. She made a documentary about john brinkley. Brinkley moved to milford and they set up shop. This elderly farmer named bills. It's worth comes into the office and you know after much hemming hiring kind of manages to spit out his problem. Which is that. He's a flat tire Get it get it you know and finally the brinkley's like oh. You're impotent okay. Gotcha i'm so sorry. We have nothing for that. Like modern medical science has not solved. That problem. I'm very sorry according to brinkley. What happens next is that he and the former get into small talk and they start talking about goats talking about. How goats never seem to be impotent. They're always zero. And the farmer says something to brinkley. That will change his life. he says. Gosh it's too bad. I don't have billy goat nuts and then brinkley laughs. And then after hours of brinkley's saying no i didn't learn that in medical school. That's not how we do. Things that might now work could be dangerous. The farmer infuses to leave until brinkley agrees to try to fix impotence by giving him go testicles. There's the strangest eureka moment so then of course he tries it and it works. It works according to brinkley. Brinkley tells the world that he has created the goat gland cure. Meaning he will take goat testicles. Insert them into your scrotum and you'll be healed and not just of impotence either. He says it'll cure flatulence emphysema stomach cancer. He's got a version for women which he says will cure female infertility. I talked to this redder. Pope brock who wrote a book about brinkley charlton. He said that when patients came to bring you get the surgery it was set up so that the patients would know that they were getting exactly what they paid for right so the patient was it was local anesthetic so that he could be assured that was actually getting the goat and then Many brinkley usually brinkley's wife would do the snipping on the goat. They would bring the goat balls over opened a guy up toss them in so him up and send him out so just to be clear. This surgery is bogus utterly bogus and privately. Brinkley knows this but he's extremely good. Commencing the public that he believes in what he's selling that goat gland surgery really works. It helps that he looks extremely professional. He's got a three piece suit. He's got round glasses. This neat blonde goatee. He's everybody's idea of what a smart doctor looks like. And so they start showing up at the clinic. These nervous guys ready for the surgery their own goats in tau like you bring the you want this just clutched in your arms and your pounding on the door About pretty soon he He got his own heard out back. Because it was you know was a volume business. By that point the patient would come out browse the herd and pick one the the the goat with which he felt the most connection you know whatever. He felt simpatico. That's the good he. He chose lobster at a restaurant exactly exactly exactly so. Business is booming. Brinkley has found a great scheme. Because what happens is there are men who are impotent. Who get the surgery. And because there are evidences psychological diplo cbo effect saves them and they thanked dr brinkley and for the men that it doesn't work on their generally too ashamed to say anything about it so no matter what he wins
Rhonda Fleming, '40s and '50s movie star, dead at 97
"Golden age actress Rhonda Fleming as Died Fox's sell June Grasso reports in Hollywood looks count. But for Rhonda Fleming, she says her stunning Wilkes worked against her when caller arrived in the movies and Nineteen Ninety interview. There was suddenly all this attention on how I look rather than the roles I was playing. She said those roles had our co starring with Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Charlton Heston, and Ronald Reagan. In the nineteen forties and fifties, her birth name was Marilyn Lewis and raised in Los Angeles, and she was reportedly discovered when headed to class Beverly Hills high school a man followed her in a big black car and said, you Oughta be in pictures a letter turned up at her home and offered to be your agent legend or not at nineteen. Lewis was awarded a six month contract with David O Sales Nick Studio at A. New Name Rhonda Fleming. Now dead at age ninety, seven in Santa Monica California salary and Bresso Fox
"charlton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Charlton still dealing with this truck crash out of fuel spill and guard real damage involved with this crash two right lanes are blocked in this Charlton stretched right under the center depot road overpass in child not just the left lane is getting by traffic back about three miles right to that Charlton service plaza so big delays here eastbound on the mass pike through that Charlton stretch of south Tel ninety five north bound expect delays coming out of Rhode Island again today up through the roadworks got you down to one lane getting up to exit two in that Attleboro stretch up to the north it's for ninety five south bound over a mile of stop and go traffic you're approaching fire department activity taking out the right lane after ward hill up in Haverhill one twenty eight north bound tied up from Lowell street in Peabody getting up to that right lane closure at Endicott street Danvers southbound not too bad getting by that route one south bound watch out for the right lane closure again today from the four main street in Saugus down through Essex street this report sponsored by cars dot com whether you need a car now or plan to buy some day soon cars dot com has nearly two million cars ready for home delivery set up virtual appointments with local dealers to tour your favorites save the car you want to click to buy when you're ready find your match on cars dot com Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes sorry Kevin thank you we've got sunshine we got snow that's coming tonight periods of rain as well snow showers Saturday drying out for mother's day rain returns on Monday.
Why Circular Conversational Design is Best with Alison Greenberg, CEO at aflow
"Was reading online. That you have a pretty impressive background you went to Yell. And you studied anthropology you played in the Symphony Orchestra there. And then you did some work in the arts for Awhile and now you work in voice technology and there's been a lot of people that have come from the creative space so I'd love for you to talk about briefly your journey into how and why you got into voice technology years ago. Yeah absolutely well. One of my favorite things about this industry is how cross-disciplinary it is. There's really not one background of people who under boys and I don't think many different in that respect but I will say that really from the time I could talk. Language wasn't just the way I express myself it's Mike Currency and so music is something that I was always drawn to. I played music in high school and College. I still to this day. I studied anthropology because of how central language was to it as a social science. I didn't study English or history. I studied a social science because I loved looking at language as a tool and as a currency especially in ultra contacts and in the voice industry but actually with my company of flow we started with chat bots. Language is very much currency of conversational user. Interfaces or curious as we call them and so you know voice and chat go hand in hand they are. Interbay says that requires specificity precision and entertaining use of language but the design principles across voice and chat. Can you really different? And so- entering Voice Technology. You know it's kind of a misnomer. I didn't enter voice technology. I entered chat and that was because when we started flow. Mico Gandara South Miller was actually the driving force behind beginning not company and he was noticing automation taking he was noticing the role of AI in businesses in communications and he started to build the baht of an NBA all star name Russell Westbrook at the time of Oklahoma City Thunder and that was our first bought and then we started to build from there realizing that we scale communications we could even skill personas and brand identities into these conversational experience and so while we believed that automation and I were powering communication. We also believe that is really immature. I don't know if you hear this often but do people ever talk to you about kind of how I is lacking yes. That's definitely something that comes up and I know especially when it came out a couple years ago and consumers used it. There was kind of frustration and so I feel like there's now this like element of education and awareness of like. No it's growing and and we're working on it and getting people to understand that totally. Yeah I mean in technology. You hear a lot about the hype cycle rate. So we might be in that trough of disillusionment which is a piece of language. I just love it's kind of various the trump disillusionment makes sense. Alexa is a teenager. You know came out. In two thousand four chat bots really the dawn of chat bots was in the mid twenty tonnes. We are looking at technologies. That are not just immature in some time. They're immature in the sense of the amount of work that has to go into making them seem less so this industry needs our help. Our words and our design for it to actually work. It's not intelligent yet right so if a is a teenager you know. Teenagers can crash your car. Teenagers can make a lot of mistakes and do a lot of damage especially on the part of brands but teenagers can also change the world so just look at Greta. Van Ver look at the kinds of young people who are driving social change today. That's the approach that we take to chat and voice it'll flow and match. Why we built the concept of conversational design is because we believe that we have to work together with these systems and with the power moderation and conversation design is actually the most important part of Charlton boys today. If these systems are designed well technology to incredible but it's not going to work welter these her. Yeah which brings me to. You made a comment in another interview. You did how you talked about. Hamas boys conversations are linear and what you do out of flow as you really work on creating a circular conversational design. Can you describe the different? So people understand it and why it's important to what you do at a flow hersher. Yeah so out of what we developed. Circular Conversation Design as our attempts to fix these broken visual and verbal designs. Keeps the industry has kind of had to back dialogue into the tools that we have to build it. And so I think really voice and charter just like any industry were almost only as good as our tools and so what we do to kind of choose actualized or conversation design. We talk about a traffic circle. Have you ever been a England or actually you live in New Jersey? I was GonNa say we definitely have traffic circles in New Jersey? So yes perfect. Yes so we'll have talking to people who've been to New Jersey because you're intimately familiar with the roundabout traffic circle. You know you have to get on a certain point and then you make turtles people who aren't from UK or New Jersey. These very confusing carry. I've learned But the cool thing about around about or traffic circle as you can get on off any talk and so if you miss your exit you just keep going in the circle. You have another opportunity to make that exit once you exit you can drive through the backup but you always have an opportunity to get back on. And that's how human conversations work the tools of the trade up until now have kind of destroyed the potential conversations. I in my opinion because we've mainly used the decision tree right. So that's linear design thinking conversations as linear. But that's not how we speak. You know I could talk to you right now about projects for doing it a flow. We can pivot to women and boys. I could ask you what it's like to live in New Jersey. That's how communication works. There's so many circles within circles. There's so many overlaps in and crossed actions and so we had a great experience actually Boy Summit last summer we were really lucky to be part of Amazon's conversation design workshop. One got to take some great echo. Show fives and They disqualified anyone who designed using a decision tree. And so that kind of shows you the way that the industry has been. I know a lot of designer still used decision trees. And it's because it's how away to understand the computer logic but we don't conversational napster and we think of them as a set of nodes that are all linked to one another wherever and whenever possible in a circular fashion and just like that traffics. Are you have to be able to get on and get off at any point? In time we should be able to return to the part of the flow to the extent that the platform we build allows us to do so we should be able to return to order the flow midway through at via
Community support in the midst of crisis
"Amber Alice. Thank you so much for joining me. How are you guys doing today for having us live talk about a couple change the organization has gone through some changes? In the last W- it's almost been a year now The episode itself launched in May. But I had the conversation with at the time todd McNeil who was the executive director then back in March so it's been over a year now. let's talk about some of the changes that handed has gone through what? What's what's been going on with you guys great so after your conversation with todd last year todd is our founder and the executive director. At that time he decided to retire. Sadly was in the middle of a project with US remodeling a new safe place location as a shelter. So that's been completed in open so during that time from December until just a couple of weeks ago I served as the interim director and then was offered. I accepted the position as executive director. Congratulations that's that's fantastic. So let's talk about this new because I recall that there was. I think this is at the beginning stages at that point the new facility that was being built and so that's been completed. Now tell me a little bit about that what. What kind of changes that brought about so safe place is our seventy two hour shelter that was created to meet the needs of youth entering foster care after hours and so for ten years of safe places life? We were in a office space that we turned into a home and so we realized that in order to best take care of kids. We need to be able to provide at home type space in that shelter. So it's less of a shelter but more of a home and so in January of this year. We actually moved into our safe house. It's absolutely beautiful and the kids have absolutely loved it. That's great so yeah because I remember it was more kind of an office park. This is a house that you guys have turned into the Safe Place Program. But it's definitely more of a house field than it is an office. Feel that's correct. Yeah you know. I think we did the best that we could in an office space. We made that office space like a home and so now that we are House. We still want to feel like home has led to any programmatic changes. Or how changed? How you guys kind of do services differently or is it pretty much the same just a lot more comfortable because it's home? Instead of a office building surprise it stayed the same. But now we're in a place that we can best take care of kids you know. We have places for them to play outside and they can help cook in the kitchen. And it's just great all round so this speaking of safe place because that was the the big change with the home. Let's talk a little bit more about that program. And what's safe? Place does just to remind our listeners. Who weren't able to catch the first episode? So can you tell us a little bit about safe place? And how you got. Served these kids that come into your program absolutely so I'll give a little bit of historic historical content on hand in hand as well so safe place actually started in two thousand and ten to meet the need of youths entering foster care after hours on weekends. And so. That's after five PM on weekdays or Saturday Sunday and historically what would happen is his would ride around in the back of the social workers are awaiting placement and so thinking about a kid being in that situation. You were just removed from your home and now you're in the backseat of a stranger. Listening to the story of what happened to you over and over again. And so that three traumatizing in of itself. An so safe place was created to meet that need and so now kids no longer have to ride around in the back of a social workers car they can outcome directly to safe place where we can provide emergency shelter personal hygiene items initial health screen. They go to the doctor. And then just get the opportunity to be a kid's again if so and if I recall that's for a seventy two hour period from when that child comes into foster care. Is this for kids. Who are first entry into foster care? This is their first foster experience or does any child who needs an emergency placement. Can't find a home. For whatever reason are they able to take advantage? I guess I can't think of a different of SAFE PLACES PROGRAMS. Sherry asset safe places for kids initially entering foster care or for us to have a place spent disruption through no fault of their own plan. Changes or anything like that is not something that safe places for you really intended for. Hey you're kind of in a moment of crisis man either. It's your first time or like you just mentioned the disruption not of their own fault so either foster parent health issues or other emergency than you guys can step in for that. How many kids can you serve? What's what's your capacity. At this point you can save up to five at one time in generally speaking. What's kind of the experience from one child? Or when you guys get a call saying hey we. We need some support. What does that look like to exit? Where do they go? Afterwards can enter foster care for three main reasons. So whether that's through police custody your court order through voluntary placement agreement and some kids enter safe place than once in safe place recently. Actually seen a lot of kids go back home. Just their reunified with their families. Maybe their family just needed a couple days ended and find some supports. Just get back on their feet and we really wanted to be the organization that really supports all families in that Sometimes kids do enter formal hoster air and then sometimes inskeep replaced with a suitable other adult. So maybe that's their teacher. Maybe that's their daycare. You know someone at their Jay care or an aunt and uncle and so you mentioned initial health screen surreally in those three days. You guys are trying to do everything you can to get a kind of comprehensive view as much as possible within those seventy two hours of this child to help give them the appropriate care whether they go back home or go to a foster home or as you mentioned suitable adult. This is another community member or person that they have a relationship with so the idea is to really equip the other people to best care for these kids absolutely. Yeah we just really want to wrap our arms around you know the child or youth but also the family as a whole and so do leave safe place. We have resources more on our outreach side that they are able to have access to that they need additional closer. Maybe their caregiver needs help paying their rent. Our utility bill. We just really want to support that family. As a whole as they transition to their next step so the seventy two hours then that that's the period of the children are in your home. What you're providing direct care. What but you continue providing services beyond that then to the family. Well okay tell me a little bit more about that. So they ended up going to a foster home. How do you guys maintain connection with that Charlton Foster Fan so at that point? You know. It's voluntary hand has always been about relationships and so we want to build a relationship with at and wherever they're going next and so if they want to continue that relationship were always here for them? Whether that's through service delivery. Sometimes that's just a listening ear. Hey I have a question aid. You have them in it and just being present with them through that hand-in-hand has two main programs. We talked about safe place a second programs outreach and outreach was really designed from what we saw in safe place and that was the same story happening over and over again. That story was why he threw entering foster care in that way to neglect and neglects can be classified in many different ways but the neglect that we saw was actually the effects of poverty and so hints outreach program is able to provide those services to meet that additional need host safe place within. That's rent utility assistance or personal hygiene items. You know kind of like I said before we're all about that full circle and all about family and relationship so this outreach than really to address poverty you mentioned I remember when we had it when I had the first conversation. There was a lot of community programs going on. Kinda soccer outreach at todd was doing and some of that was things that he had done. Are those types of things? Still things that that safe places is doing or you more focused on the outreach efforts. Being to help address these poverty issues that are leading kiss to getting into foster care. Actually say it's both are we. We've seen kids that are involved in our homework. Labs on the outreach side then enter foster care so we see them kind of on both sides of I think the most Communist. Oh Hey I know you. I was in safe place and then we see them again somewhere in that community and so I think they're coming from both
Ex-lieutenant sentenced to probation for role in State Police OT theft scandal
"Overtime abuse scandal of former state police lieutenant as just pled guilty in Boston David Wilson of Charlton admitted he submitted fake time sheets for nearly three hundred hours of overtime that he never worked raking in personally more than thirty one thousand dollars Wilson was just sentence in Suffolk Superior to two years probation and ordered to pay back nearly nineteen thousand dollars of the money prosecutors wanted him to serve one to two years in state prison
Spike Lee is first black person to lead Cannes Film Festival jury
"So just a little recap the SAG awards were handed out last night in LA so the south Korean film parasite made history for its win for best ensemble the film while winning this still the awards were still criticized for its lack of diversity which is a big conversation that's happening you might have heard of the Oscar so white hashtags back in the headlines again the entire Best Director category this year is made primarily up of white guys the acting categories a pretty way to know Jennifer Lopez for hustler is no Lupita nyong'o who's hurting us no one from dolomite is my name this left a lot of critics prize discouraged at the lack of representation then at the Cannes Film Festival they threw a curve ball the announce the Spike Lee is the new president of the Cannes jury he's that legendary filmmaker behind films like do the right thing and jungle fever black Klansmen now Spike Lee is the first black person to ever lead the Cannes jury and seventy three year history come back all this it's our Q. screen panel here in the studio John Semele Antena sending it right about TV movie arts and culture hi guys hello hi so this is so much going on there's so much to talk about him to start with you can give us a quick like history especially in cans okay so back in the eighties when spike was young and you know excited to show his movies to the world he won a youth prize with she's gotta have it and then he came back in nineteen eighty nine with do the right thing and it was like the front runner to win some big award but it didn't it ended up not winning not even a single prize and Spike Lee you is not so happy about that and he ended up blaming the jury presidents filmmaker them vendors and he had some price words for him it he said I have the quote right here vin had better watch out because I'm waiting for his **** somewhere deep in my closet I have a Louisville slugger bats with vendors and name on it okay so so so small and most likely was back at camp twenty eighteen with a black Klansmen here is at the press conference United States America was built upon the genocide of native people and slavery that is the fabric of the United States America as my book on brother JZ was say fax we on the right side of history with this film so I want to point out that the reason we're broke rehashing all this is because basically is as a big job can right now so John is this going to be the fact that he's leaving the jury a bit of a wake up call well as ever I'm of two minds about it I mean I would be hesitant to use being jury president of a prestigious Film Festival where everyone wears tuxedos in the south of France and some sort of bell weather for representation and diversity in Hollywood that's it it is something I mean as you said there has never been a black jury had in the history of the festival and I think that the palm d'or which this jury awards that's the price of the award it's still I would say the most prestigious award in cinema it is a way of sort of drumming up interest in a film I mean parasite which you just won't stop gushing about overflowing toilets in Paris but for you should go watch it again for the third time I think so you will I want to point out I would believe that John was the first one to like say me a Twitter DM being like Hey man you could check up and all of a sudden they do it on the for the heck say when the palm d'or which sort of started this journey that it's on now so it is certainly a way that you can generate interest in a film and I think it speaks often to a filmmaker status I think people will be watching to see what films Spike Lee finds interesting and I don't know I think he's made a lot of good films and he's made a lot of social films but I love the guy and I'm happy form I think it's like just an interesting like historically if you if you look at it historically the beef that's been going on between spike and and can you know like back in the eighties like back to do the right thing I I don't know he he had some choice words and and I don't know like it was Sally fields apparently who is like feeding him all this information about how long his victim yeah who didn't like do the right thing didn't think that like the ending was really worth it all this stuff and I guess he just didn't get the movie you know so yeah and apparently spike came out after that saying that what he said was stupid and immature and you know I guess in twenty eighteen he did when the ground pre awards black Klansman so he's I don't know ease down to three as we do the right thing I mean it's not one of the major American films ever made teen I we just talked with the spikes two thousand movie bamboozled is coming out from the criterion collection on home video I think next month a film that I think was widely misunderstood at the time I got reimagining of a minstrel show exactly it's about a sort of a TV minstrel show that someone creates a try to bomb their own career sort of a producer's plot line but it ends up becoming immensely popular film it was widely misunderstood at the time that I think is right for a re appraisal is going to get it when it comes out so I think people you know they always talk about spike Lee's films and he deserves a five but if you can imagine what can is trying to get out of putting Spike Lee as head of the jury and what's likely might be trying to get out of it are these two paths of origin what makes my cynical answer would be that they know I mean he was a kid in nineteen ninety nine he made a in quotes joke that someone should shoot Charlton Heston because he was responsible for gun violence in America you know he's called compared Clint Eastwood to a plantation owner I mean they're certainly like a level of let's say energy that spike brings that sort of my grab attention and headlines but also can would like that yes the thing can can benefit from that I mean do they do what like TMZ headlines about it's good ratings like any other organization he's a major filmmaker he's a major filmmaker major filmmakers and people at this level are who had the service but I just I just I I love what Kim had to say when they talked about you know including him as the jury had they said lease flamboyant personality is sure to shake things up like I just find the use of the word flamboyant they're kind of condescending we have yeah it applies to maybe to some of his sartorial tendencies and that's about it right if you just turning and I'm Tom how are you listening to Q. screen panel with John family and
Harry and Meghan stepping back from royal family was "inevitable"
"That prince Harry and Meghan Markle and now on their Instagram accounts the Sussex Royals that they are going to stop being quote senior members of the royal family so that they can work to become quote financially independent notice so can and then it's so they release this big statement on Instagram without the prior knowledge of the actual royal family that someone else do things now right like we're going to go ahead first of all we're gonna says I answer does on Instagram page and then we're gonna pretend to be financially independent at thirty four were it in reality we're gonna keep taking like tens of millions of dollars from my Daddy but that's financially independent you guys as it is actually very very interesting to read about how the whole royal Hey works yeah and you can do that now because in addition to making this announcement on Instagram they they released an entire websites the suspects rails dot com where you can read all about how their finances work and what financial independence really means which is to say that it doesn't mean anything except that they're going to continue to be enormously wealthy from the royal money just not from this one particular fund yeah and the fun comes from all the money that the royal palace makes from tourism and all that kind of stuff and then there is money that they receive to pay for royal family expenses and he's a tiny tiny bit of money but the bottom line is he still get money from that yeah yeah he money from Charlton child the reason that they've done this as they explained in more detail on the website is because they don't want to have to be beholden first of all to the royal family photography media set up that currently exists where for example the Daily Mail can write whatever they want yeah about the Royals now they will be able to re release their own photos of themselves and and the kid and the back in the best possible light in the best possible light they would be able to control the narrative and they even admit that they're like we're gonna invite certain members of the media into our lives yeah when we want to journalists that make us look good right but they will no longer give access the way that they have as part of the world the way they've been required to that as being very liberal of that can progress that is so very progressive is so terrible how they did this and the statement that was issued from the from Buckingham Palace was sold Kurt and short and obviously full of hurt because it simply said we understand their desire that that were an early stage of discussions we understand their desire to take a different approach but these are complicated issues that will take time to work through yeah that was it she said the queen she totally strip them of their titles you know I mean and financial independence might buy less you're working at a Starbucks yeah financial independence here you Bolles wonder that guy has not I swear he they were cut off them the second that he married this woman she has been a thorn in the side of the monarchy is version is Yoko Ono man she is broken up the band is well done and apparently they've broken absolutely every protocol in doing it this way people are very upset everyone from the queen on down to their personal staff feel totally betrayed yeah and you know what if she she came into this family she knew what was expected of her if she didn't think she could handle the heat she should have gone in the kitchen and for sure prince Harry should not be bowing to her demands about this he's breaking rank with like hundreds of decades of tradition and all these people I hear these people saying well he loves his wife and he just doesn't want her to end up like his mother give me a break give me a break with that well we got to maintain their two residences one in North America we don't know if that's Canada somewhere here in the states and then they're going to keep the Frogmore cottage I love that it's called a cottage yeah racing not a condo mansion they're gonna keep that as their U. K. residents now the website I mean there's a whole lot of fluff on the website about how they remain committed to the queen to the monarchy to the queen's interest really how how do you remain committed we're gonna stay involved in all of their patron ages and all of their charities but they just want the ability to go make money on their own yeah they want their cake and they want to eat it too I don't want to have to have any responsibilities but they want all the money this is what they want is a bunch of Philly it's like piers Morgan did the best right out of Daily Mail today I swear that guy it's her yeah I hate well he understands what she's like as a human being is he's been friends with her and she is self serving and she is manipulative and he knows this firsthand yeah he knows her personally she did it to him and so he he says nothing things I mean if you look at her history there is chaos wherever she goes yeah because she doesn't even get along with most of her own family and now she's broken up William and Harry they're no longer on very good terms yeah she's basically breaking apart the whole family now and so I love that the first line of his piece was like who the F. do they think they are yeah this is the thing and feminists are applauding her like she is down power and right this is not empowerment you know emasculated your man is not empowerment ladies that's not what I that's what they think this is exactly what they think that's not empowerment it's just a manipulating and a masculine your do and destroying families and tradition yeah is not empowerment now it's not it's just being a sell sell sell Fortin entitled Brad yeah you're just a hack used to total tag so piers Morgan is suggesting that they be stripped of their titles now they do not want that at all I do on the website they say they continue to refer to themselves as his in her Royal Highness course they want they want the title of course she wants that that's what she wanted to begin with you now and I guarantee you I don't wanna maybe essence a guarantee but what do you want to bat we can place a little back here because we are we're all about bats on the shower right that we do forty one but she'll try to do some movies should try to go back to acting because she wants to do that she loves being the center of attention right people were speculating that they could actually make more money doing book deals and all this is then the Obamas yeah I think that's hard to out do right but they could do it of course I mean of course how she's going to eat that up prince Charles has to say about the whole thing because you know he's the one from from what that's where the most money comes from is his the the money that Charles Mayo I don't in the various mansions and whatnot I don't really care what he thinks I would like to know what William thinks about it and by the way is Kate's birthday today yeah and they put a fantastic picture to I also feel like it sucks for her because now she's getting totally overshadowed right she doesn't care about that and that's the thing is I feel like she has lease has a you know some semblance of class she's like the perfect royal right I mean she gets set yeah she has class and so she is not about the attention she understood what she was getting into and she married into that family she gets that and you know I just I would just like to know what William thinks about all that it's it's what it what a shame I know now they were
2 timber executives, 3 loggers charged with 2014 killings of anti-logging activists in Peru
"A prosecutor in Peru is charge five men involved with logging in a remote region of the country with the murders of four indigenous activists who've been fighting the illegal extradition of timber from that territory the leader of the ocean Yinka community Edmund Charlton on three of the action in command were found dead five years ago in the jungle they travel to a nearby city to file complaints to timber businessman and three loggers was charged with the murder
"charlton" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"Oh no someone cancelled. I remember watching that set just years later ooh something about socks the cat their socks. The cat was some presidents can <hes> i don't i think clinton britain had yeah i did honk on the nixon checkers speech nineteen fifty two but on yes so so then yeah was at a big deal to move like just relocate or you were pretty fancy. No i wasn't pretty fancy. I was <hes> we were. We're about to move to l._a. I felt like i was done. Sort of i had done what i could in chicago at that point and kind of <hes> <hes> the plan was to move to l. a. at least a couple of months yeah and then classic late night fashion got the call and like we need you tomorrow dart how they really use like we need you got. I was thanksgiving week. L. knight guy had to work on thanksgiving thanksgiving day. Get there tuesday like it was crazy. That's crazy but it all worked out yeah. I was so enormously thankful for it you were are you came in and i think you had a sketch that you were in that. You wrote like within two days guy. Yeah now is every we were so mad can watch it. It's not worth it. I remember the sketch you were a reindeer uh-huh yeah. It's it's also it's like eight minutes long like i watched it at some point and i was like oh my god like so long long back then we've talked to other people about about the in ruins right catch around all the writers checked it out it was an eight minute sketch with dippy the hippie from nineteen ninety three with charlton heston in it and it was eight minute and i. I just couldn't even wrap their brains around some because everything's so tight. It's gonna be tight but that's true. Everything does need to be tight. This was not. I remember doing some sketch and it was all me. It was me talking to conan at the desk. I was is a page is like a page with. I don't know exactly what my problem was. Just a dumb ass and we started doing the sketch and the crowd instantly hated it. I remember like in my head just going nine more pages and it was just lonely. I think i think all the writers or cry. It's one of those things where it killed in her like like hey loved it where it wouldn't be on the show and we're like i remember a few things like that where the crowds for ten the years playing for it to come back tomorrow gets nothing nah. It's funny because everyone is like tries to be in your head and knows you look over at like at the cue card guy what he's holding his cards <music>. We just cut it but the crowd was. They just not only didn't like it. They were offended by the character right. I think they thought it was mocking like mentally challenged people right. I remember this sketch and and yeah toss. It was just like this particular miller character you played in didn't it was the arrogant dumb right which was a dumb ass. Who's super arrogant right and it came across completely not that right. I like even like like the first line whatever it was and like no one left and it could even here oh back from this one person listen in the crowd and it was just like is this going to be on the website. I dunno plea people work for provided yeah yeah yeah. We're gonna put up on the web at. Are there things where you're like. Oh you know what i wish that was online because i'd love to show that to i in and out of your children or whatever but because something you'd love to see again it doesn't involve you at all while you're catching. Bring me off guard. There's plenty of course it's very hard. It's impossible things..
Leaked British Cables Critical of Trump Lead to Diplomatic Uproar
"Though the British ambassador to the United States who trashed the trump administration reports are that Sir Kim Darrick was disinvited as the diplomatic spat between the US and Britain he Tom British prime minister Theresa may has repeated her full support for the ambassador whose leaked emails called the trump White House inept and dysfunctional this even the president trump has now cut off contact with him and blasted her I think of of cooling tempers is now required former British Foreign Secretary William Hague a sentiment echoed by British diplomat Alan Charlton I mean this is not the first league this ever happened it's not the first time there's been controversy of the Donald Trump a search for the leaker is under
"charlton" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
"So it's funny that they named it that said the new it's called soil int-. I'm looking at up the new product. Soiling dot com. Yeah. But it's spelled the same exact guarantee. They named it that way. Almost just get your tension. I can't imagine. They did that by accident. I mean probably yeah. That would make sense. Charlton Heston, was in it if that is before we jump into everything for today can let was centers know about the supporters of our podcast that help make it possible. So first of all, we are supported by Jews Jen, how's it going with your Juif solo? Well, I love it still. I'm still enjoying it. And my cat told you last week, I put my cat in front of it. She doesn't wanna lay under it right now. She's mad. So she hasn't light under the past few days. What benefits have you noticed the most with it for me? You know, I think it's helping with my little Turkey neck area. I have a friend that went to the beach with me and I'd lasting in March. And she was asking me about the Dave. And I'm like, look. I think it's helping my neck. And then she took a close look, she's like, I think it is. I think I can see a difference too exciting. Yeah. I'm actually contemplating ordering. The Juve go the near infrared version because both you and I have the red one. Right. I wanna use it for two reasons. I think it would be good for like targeting a very specific area where I have a weird little pain thing. So seeing that'd be good for like holding it for very targeted treatment. And then I wanna give it to my mom, 'cause I'm, I don't know if I told you I'm trying to convince her to start using red light there before her arth rightous, right? Because there's a lot of studies behind that being if I start with that, and give it to her, maybe she actually use it, and then realize how mazing it is, and went to the larger units. But yeah. So we loved you. So it is red light therapy devices and near Fred therapy, and you can use it for you can use it for anything, and that sounds too good to be true. But that's because the way it works is it addresses the health of your cells on a foundational meta, contrary level..
"charlton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I grow up. And get married. I'm not going to be like my mother. I love my children. But she doesn't know what love is the love is fake not real pushy wants his from the child she wants to love to this Charlton love her. And then she she feels. Relevant ni. Better than her mother. But the feeling of being better comes from the slave of the child. So she nice to the child in order to get her to say, oh, mommy. I love you so much. It's a lie though. And if you want to the children, you'd feel your mother pulling on you. So your mother could. So your mother can get inside of you potatoes. And inside of you. Now, I don't care for potatoes for me. I have I have reasons for it. But I understood later later on on this moment sitting by the pool in my hand stretched out Christian Jesus like. Behavior on the cross and the word potato comes in. Now, I the interesting thing is that I don't care about potatoes. Stuck out and it bothering me a lot but not bothering him in a bad way. But to be interested interested. And what I say is if you eat your food. With a. I have to read this. So he says it again in John fifty three. Fifty eight. And you said to them. Excuse me. He says. Very to you unless you eat the flesh of the son of man and drink his blood. You have no life in. You know, is it matter for is basically saying something that you have to love the Lord. Look for the look for him. To embolden you through the food. That he ate before he died.
NBA Trade Deadline Roundup: All the action you need to know
"Trade deadline day was absolutely crazy. Mostly for the Eastern Conference. Markelle folks goes to the magic Charlton Simmons bent will become a bench piece for the seventy Sixers. Milwaukee gets mirror Tich from New Orleans. Mark solid goes to Toronto. We already talked about Tobias Harris for the top teams in the east other in Boston is trying to save it for Anthony Davis. They all make some moves. Biggest move in the west might have been last night. When Harrison Barnes goes to the Sacramento Kings. And I said this'll bit earlier, but he was kept abreast of the situation before the game that Charlotte and Sacramento, we're looking at trade for him. He made a decision to play the game. So even though LeBron James gonna went crazy and was upset that he found out during the game that wasn't necessarily the case he found out the team's going to, but they had told him a couple of teams were involved. So again out berkshires another guy that went to Sacramento, and by the way, Zach Reynolds being waived, and you pointed this out yesterday. I don't know if there's a guy who further illustrates what the game was versus what the game is than him. I seriously doubt that anyone picks him up. And I think he's thirty
"charlton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And makes you angry. Do you know what really happens? Do you really know why you get upset? And become like that person. How many people? Listening to me. Hated her mother. But then they couldn't help. The nature of the mother took it in to her. And she ties to overcome it by perhaps when I grow up. And get married. I'm not going to be like my mother. I love my children. But she doesn't know what love is the love is fake not real pushy wants his from the child she wants to love to this Charlton love her. And then she she feels. Relevant knee. Better than her mother. But the feeling of being better comes through the slave of the child. So she's nice to the child in order to get her to say. Oh, mommy. I love you so much. It's a lie though. And if you're one of the children, you'd feel your mother pulling on you. So your mother could. So you can get inside of you potatoes. Engage inside of you. Now, I don't care for potatoes. They're not.
"charlton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You must be a certain type of dog in order to be in the hot boys van direction. Smith. And Gregory and DeMarcus Lawrence taco Charlton. That's just off the top of my head. Just keep it going. Sean Lee comes back Byron Jones in the back end heath. Let's let's see what these guys can do. And again, I've said it before I will say it against it's brought it up. Everybody. Talks triplets. Went talked about Dallas Cowboys quarterback to talk about the identity. This team may well be on defense, and we will see this week if they shut down Andrew luck in that building. After what we saw the Texans last week big huge week fifteen game huge. Monster big on the dance floor. That's no good. That's okay. Because you mix that with March madness. Okay. On the Prowse not bad poised to pounce poised to pounce at coach ballgame. Yeah. But five seven one, you're not really poised to pounce. You're not. Yeah. You're on your Sniffen here in hot pursuit. Times. Joe sometimes you steering Uniphase. Which is not the best way to set up sniffing. We'll feral John rally coming up the king of celebrity gossip is now on podcast one Kim Kardashian. I think she's nice, but of noxious an annoying check out the Perez Hilton podcast with Chris Booker each week to get your fill on the latest news in show business and beyond in nothing is off the table. I think he should take her last name and they get married. He's already her. She should be.
Charges dropped against ex-jailers in Oklahoma inmate death
"And charges have been dismissed against two. Former Oklahoma county jailers who shot a mentally ill inmate with more than a dozen pepper balls. And the inmate later died district. Attorney David Prater tells the Oklahoma in the case against Brian Harrison and Colton Ray needs more investigation before he can move forward. Harrison and Ray were charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. And autopsy found that forty year old Charlton Christmas of Yukon died of agitated delirium due to acute method. Amphetamine intoxication and that the pepper ball injuries were a contributing
SeaWorld, ex-CEO settle SEC charges they hid 'Blackfish' impact
"Sexual assault that happened early this morning. Then Parker is here with more. Good morning. Good morning. Josh. This was about five twenty this morning along the mass turnpike in Broomfield went, according to state police a woman walked out of the woods and flagged down a passing. Tractor trailer woman told the driver she had been sexually assaulted EMT's. And troopers were dispatched for that. See the woman was taken to the hospital in Palmer her condition. Right now is not known through personally Charlton barracks along with the state police. Detectives and crime scene services are all investigating this sexual assault along the pike in Broomfield this morning. All right. Ben, thank you BBC. News time, eight thirty one Dr Christine Blasi Ford is calling for a full and
Dak Prescott of Dallas Cowboys rises to 'challenge' vs. New York Giants
"New York following Sunday night football tonight. Dallas Cowboys in the New York Giants both teams coming in at all in one both teams trying to avoid that dreaded Owen to Mark. And both teams coming in after being bit offense challenged in week number one. How would this one play out? Well for the Dallas Cowboys who struggled to score points against Carolina Panthers last week. It was not going to be the same this week. In fact, it took them only three plays on their opening drive to show everyone that this was going to be a little bit different breast got under center. Play action sets the throw look at the table in Austin. Got it. Sixty four Prescott to the speed. Tabloids on top six. So a six nothing lead. Just three plays in a sixty four yard touchdown pass. And a quick just a little bit more than ninety seconds as it turned out before the Dallas Cowboys had the lead in this game. Extra point was good. They had themselves a seven nothing lead. The offense wasn't really necessarily the story for Dallas in the first half. It was more the defense. They shut the giants down. The giants were unable to do anything offensively throughout the entire of that first half. Dallas added a field goal. Also in that first quarter at the end of a sixty four yard drive and had a ten nothing lead after one. It was the same ten nothing lead. If they ended up having at halftime in this ball game James came out with the opening kick off the second half and tried to get something going offense after putting up to seventy nine yards in the first half. However, Dallas Dallas's defense which had given manning fits in the first half continue to do so right after halftime Barkley motion to the right side of manning who creep in towards the line now back up clapping for the snap raising. His right foot off gets the shotgun. Snap. Head high pressure companies loose out. It's coming up by the Cowboys taco Charlton scoops up the loose ball after Damian Wilson. Manning up. Albouy sack this one results in a turnover and Dallas has the football inside the giant thirty. Turned out. The Brett Maher would hit a second field goal as a result of that turnover. His second of the game a twenty nine yard and few minutes into the third quarter was thirteen to nothing Dallas on top giant struggled to get offense going as we said all night long, the main safety valve rely was saquon Barkley as it turned out do end up getting targeted sixteen times out of the backfield at fourteen catches for eighty yards on the night. He's part of the drive New York put together ultimately to get into Dallas territory and their deepest penetration offensively to that point of the nine eleven plays. A sixty six yard drive. It took more than six minutes off the clock as it turned out. We're not going to be able to get into the end zone, but other grocers hit a twenty eight yard field goal to get New York on the board with four and a half left to go in the third. It was thirteen to three game. That's when the Dallas Cowboys not long thereafter, put together with turned out to be the drive of the game as they began at their own eighteen yard line this coming late. I should say. Early in the fourth quarter early in that fourth quarters. They took over the eighteen yard line. The giants were looking to hold defensively down just by nine. But Dallas was methodical. Dallas was strong running the football. Dallas was also led by their quarterback. Dak Prescott downfield in a fourteen play drive that took almost eight and a half minutes remaining in the game off the clock. And it was their bread truck. Ultimately put this game away third and two at the six Prescott the gift to Ezekiel Elliott breaks, the tackle. Elliot. Touchdown. Tackle up. Corinne, Mark on the right side left. Dovan for six nineteen to three Dallas what five forty five to go. Not a huge statistical game Zeke. You'll Elliott seventeen carries. Seventy eight yards with that touchdown as we said, basically put it away with by forty five left to go. The extra point made it at twenty two three ballgame. This is when New York finally found its offensive sea legs and moved the ball down the field. Although his Jason pointed out that especially quickly in the closing minutes of his game down by seventeen points. It was an eleven play seventy five yard drive. They didn't use their timeouts. It took the more than four minutes to get it done. And Eli manning finally found the end zone about as open as you can along the right hash. Manning drops the drill pressure coming throws over little wide open. His tight end. Evan. In the middle of the end zone. And it's a touchdown Ingram with his first touchdown grab of the year. He manning what his first touchdown pass and an easy voter Ingram to keep the giants. Live hopes alive into the end zone for the first time that I now down twenty two. Reason the hopes were slammed as there was only one twenty seven left to go in the game. After the extra point. It was twenty two ten that meant there had to be an onside kick and the giants recovered that onside kick then after eight plays. They elected to go for the thirty eight yard field goal Rosa's drill bat with just eleven seconds to go. What it meant was New York could recover the next onside kick it would have an opportunity maybe for hail Mary to the end zone and a miracle comeback to get the game tie roses. Onside kick sailed over the head and everyone dribbled out of bounds. At basically was Gandhi your ballgame. Donaldson the ball over the forty yard line took a need and they had themselves a victory a much needed victory. Ended up starting out this season for them twenty to
"charlton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Route one twenty eight is jamming both, ways through Lexington and the northbound side stacked up from route thirty eight in the lynnfield and past that some company in Peabody. The southbound side stalls out through Beverly and danvers as well as from Linfield into Woburn route one northbound is, filling now from sergeant streets Lynn street also in spots through Saugus route three northbound gets busy about. A mile after one twenty eight and then pockets of congestion from there to trouble cove road. Out to the west on the mass turnpike westbound some heavy spots, after route two ninety through Charlton reports. Of a crash in the median by the Charlton service area You a, route two ninety is completely jammed in. Both directions. Getting, by, route nine to the south on four ninety five. Delays getting by route one a in Wrentham and also busy on route one by the stadium in Foxborough your next report three. Thirteen WBZ's traffic on. The threes all right stuff thank you let's get right to the forecast now with John Feerick on-duty is the four day WBZ AccuWeather update John hot steamy afternoon out there and we will see a couple of thunderstorms around thunderstorms can produce a torrential downpour and gusty winds topping out in the upper eighties scenario ninety humidity does. Start to come down a little bit tonight we'll turn. Apples cleared out a seventy two. Less humid four tomorrow mostly sunny warm high eighty five much cooler Saturday we'll see some showers around high in the low seventies got a couple of showers Sunday I seventy six I'm AccuWeather meteorologist John Feerick WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty still feels uncomfortable out there even though it's a little bit Cooler that's relative just by a few. Degrees the dew point is down just by a few degrees but it still feels kind of like a cauldron. Out there right. Now eighty nine degrees here in Boston. P town sunny. Eighty four. Westfield mostly cloudy and Eighty-eight no. One likes to pay taxes this week at Bernie and Phil's you don't have to come in now. And we'll even give you.
What matters most to the economy?
"I started this business with five hundred dollars, which is nothing I think. And that was just enough to buy thirty jackets to by the appliques to buy the supplies and a one month subscription to a squarespace website. And that was it. You know, I was like working for my parents living room. Literally, my whole business has been started from my parents couch, and it's been a wild wild start. I think the first listed goal I was in was for this platform called remiss glass, let you know Baleno oriented platform, and it was like, whoa, this is reaching a bigger audience at such a short period amount of time. Like I've only been in business for thirty days, and I think that's kind of when I realized maybe people do like the stuff, and maybe this would be something that I should pursue further and kind of say goodbye to all of my design clients.
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Will the UK’s plans to ban ‘gay conversion therapy’ succeed?
"And by the listeners of cake day this is all things considered from npr news i'm mary louise kelley and i'm ari shapiro the british government announced today that it will bam conversion therapy that's the controversial and widely discredited practice of trying to turn gay and lesbian people straight patrick strudwick is a british journalist who put himself through that therapy to investigate and report on it and that's reporting helped galvanize the british movement that resulted in this new van welcome to the program thank you how you doing i'm fine thanks i understand this afternoon you met with british prime minister theresa may tell us what you learned well she had a reception that's number ten downing street's for people within the lgbt community who make a difference in in various ways so it was a kind of informal drinks party but she also acknowledged some of the home that have been party done to our community which was quite stunning and she also confirmed the british government will now banned conversion therapy and this is connected to some reporting that you did now almost a decade ago in two thousand nine you put yourself through this conversion therapy you're an open the gay man you did this as a reporting project the therapists did not know that you were a reporter what did it entail well i initially went to a conference for conversion therapists in london therapist wanting to learn more about how to do it how to make a gay person straight and there met a therapist and a psychiatrist and i asked them to treat me and was involved was to find out what is wrong with you they believe the damage was done to you as a child normally which resulted in heightened sexuality in other words because they see heightened sexuality as an illness surely something must've triggered out so there were a lot of pointed questions about abuse and trauma and yet you would experience things in your childhood to move in the cause of your sexual orientation yes so they go looking for and when they don't find it they suggest it so when they asked me whether white been sexually abused and charlton i said no they said i think it will be so they look for the wound as they call it they then try to he lit they tried to intercept s your sexual thoughts i should point out also that some of the things that they suggest are just ludicrous they encourage you to engage in sort of hyper masculine pursuits once adjusted you join a rugby team right and i know she's sports in america but i'm sure you will understand the extent to which being an involve risk is not exactly likely to lessen someone's having sexual tendencies but i was encouraged by the psychiatrist to seek regular massages with another man in order to have non sexual contact with a man again as if that's going to work and even though you went into this as a journalist without any actual intention of trying to change yourself it had a really negative impact on you it really did and that surprised me more than i can say some of the nas delightful forts about the fact that there is something wrong with you started to creep into my conscious waking mind as i was going about my daily business and i started having new a logical incidents so i would have sudden facial contortions and my limbs but suddenly jack and i went to a neurologist who did brain scans and could not find a violence course and said this is down to extreme stress so how are you feeling about announcement today i feel delighted that finally something is being done to qatar he'll what is an abusive practice you can hear the voice because it's been such a difficult basle personally but it's been easiest for me compared to anyone else who's actually been so he wasn't a journalist so i know how much this will mean to people who have been through and i know how many people will be prevented from terrible suffering i know that this will stop people carrying themselves patrick strudwick thanks so much for talking with us thank you so.
"charlton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Exceed your expectations everyday and i know charlton personality was he would have been fine with it i promise well thank you but i googled to find out how did he end up in a wheelchair and of course i read that when he was in college he dove off a diving board and spinal cord and i thought to myself wow this man first of all instead of resenting something that he enjoyed that cost him the use of his legs he obviously just wanted to be close to a swimming pool looking out at the ocean and he didn't harbor that resentment that i mean i have to say something like myself mike and you know i just thought wow this man is here by the swimming pool and obviously he's probably remembering what he used to love to do and it reminded me also mark glenn county the son of a professional football former professional football player he used to do the same thing the university of miami football field used to sit in the middle of the field his wheelchair and you know now i i like to think the mr cross amer is diving and swimming again i won't tell you this i mean it's interesting you say that because i had the same thoughts as you in this sense i've been fascinated by reading life after life books or near death experience books what's his name dan piper what does it ninety minutes in heaven heaven is real the move they actually turn the book into the movie i read both i've read numerous books on the afterlife or people that have had near death experience and you know atheist agnostics or or the medical profession they'll tell you that oh it's just a psychological thing of people go through but they all go through the same thing or or just some variations on it where you know all of a sudden you your entire life all the memories come flashing back before your minds from when you were little your whole life flashes before your eyes and then the next thing you're in a tunnel tunnel and then you see a bright light and then people then describe different experiences where they see people that they knew in their lives that were on the other side and they describe a piece that you don't know on this earth they describe a sense of serenity that you don't know in this life they describe music on it's sort of like you know beyond four dimensional it's like you can hear multiple composing or songs and understand the mall but they're all playing simultaneously and that's how they describe it or they describe specific conversations or they describe coming back you know when they came back they didn't wanna come back and they're being told you gotta go back it's not your time and you know it's one of the reasons i did the movie that i did let there be light and there's a component of this in that book sorry in that movie and i to me i am just fascinated by the whole thought of it because i do believe in the bible i do believe that this world is so vast we can never comprehend the true majesty of god ever he's just way beyond our understanding even though the bible will say the very hairs of our header counted and i can't comprehend how amazing that is i do believe in the story of god's sending his only son jesus christ to suffer die on a cross for our sins for reconciliation i don't understand or have the answers to why this life is it as hard as as it is for everybody at times but i do believe in all of that and i you know i yeah i believe the way people describe past relatives in meeting relatives on the other side when they have these near death experiences is that they are young again and that if they had infirmities the infirmities are gone and that would then lead to your point which is yeah charles is you know has his legs back again and you know it i pray for that for everybody i mean that would be the most beautiful ending to this life you could ever think of and i have hoped that i hope so too did you hear what i what i played last night.
Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test
"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.
"charlton" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland
"Wage parody is an important thing let's see if we go back in time well they just stop listening to things they done i guess it makes sense okay so let's see there's one that's back to amend the criminal code sentencing provisions to increase sentencing based on multiple prior convictions for certain violent or sexual crimes what this tells you in in a nutshell is current law prohibits visual sexual aggression against the child either a classy crime charlton attained twelve years of age or class decribe if they'd not attain fourteen years of age this bill amends allowed provided visual sexual aggression against a child is not attained forty years of age the class seed crime and retained an element of the crime motivation of the actor committing the crime for the purpose of causing affront or alarm when the actor exposes the actors genitals another person cost the other person to expose it once genitals to the actor and they they removed a bunch of things out of it but it's they talk about the various places or body that are that are visually aggressive to be waving them but people especially children gosh so anyway that one was passed is amended slightly but the amendments i think we're not this sort of thing to be troubling to anybody and so let's see we can find one more of these bills to go back to here you know they didn't have that many the session i think the the downey's jealous really ate up a lawful lot of time there getting the funding and all the horse trading with that all right here we go let's see an act to protect children under fourteen years old from being photographed by certain persons and let's see what took place with this one it's pretty straightforward one and the status loops in committee with this one is it ought to pass as amended let me see here so there are a whole bunch of testimonies to okay the.
"charlton" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Not a you know evil little government entity it's not somebody in washington this is millions of legal gun owners that want their rights protected and thank you for telling people the facts of what it actually is god bless you scotty i love moses i'd love charlton heston the nra was not charlton heston the nra is not some evil lobbying organization the reason democrats the reason gun grabbers the reason the left at the nra keeps winning is because the nra is millions and millions and millions of voters who vote and the other key here is the nra is not just millions the five or six million members of the nra though that's a big number the vast majority of gun owners the vast majority of god fearing gun clean gun owners don't belong to the nra but they are the nra too because they believe in what the nra believes they fight for what the nra fights and they believe in and they will fight for their second amendment rights their god given a gun rights until they have not a breath left and the left just doesn't understand that let me go to jonathan hey there jonathan hey joe how you doing hey only hope he make your monday i last week the subway over in palatine and held the time police officer walking over to his car my twelve year old daughter go thank you and she looks at me and she says see you cop think aqap oh broke my heart what's her name jonathan my name or her name is only see oh is that beautiful your twelve year old daughter thank to cap she certainly did with cheese i said thank you also but she turned to me and she must have heard me say it and it was awesome can you do me a favor can you tell her joe walsh said thank you i will tell her that jonathan that's awesome elite theo if you're listening awesome right a twelve year old girl in america because she over hears this crazy man on the radio joe walsh say see aqap thank god a twelve year old girl saw cup would she do she thanked dot com jonathan thank you that.
"charlton" Discussed on WGTK
"Not a you know evil little government entity it's not somebody in washington this is millions of illegal gun owners that want their rights protected and thank you for telling people the facts of what it actually is blessed scotty i love moses i love charlton heston the nra was not charlton heston the nra is not some evil lobbying organization the reason democrats the reason gun grabbers the reason the left at the nra keeps winning is because the nra millions and millions and millions of voters who vote and see the other key here is the nra is not just millions the five or six million members of the nra though that's a big number the vast majority of gun owners the vast majority of god fearing gun clean gun owners don't belong to the nra but they are the nra too because they believe in what the nra believes in they fight for what the nra fights and they believe in and they will fight for their second amendment rights their god given a gun rights until they have not a breath left and the left just doesn't understand that let me go to jonathan hey there jonathan hey joe how you doing eight only hope he make your monday i last week i was out of the subway over in palatine and all the time police officer walking over to his car my twelve year old daughter go thank you and she looks at me and she says you think a cop oh broke my heart what's her name johnson my name or her name is elise ian oh jeez certainly did what i saw i turned and said thank you also but she turned me she must have heard me say it and it was awesome can you do me a favor can you tell her joe walsh said thank you i will tell her that jonathan that's awesome aletha if you're listening awesome.
"charlton" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Blow up the deaths start those are all allegories of how things really work martin luther king blow up the deaths dr charlton heston marching with him to help in real racism the desk are those that got blown up came back with hey will take control of these people this way and they've done it and they've taught racism and horrible wickedness and horrible vicious attacks by black people against whites and others all over the place tend to one 130 to one to putting on the city and the media covers it up and they won't you see it it's not the demonize blacks is to say what you're doing is wrong just like kkk doing stuff that's wrong stop it it's evil because most people aren't psychopaths they make excuses for why they go out most people that were kkk weren't psychopaths they were bought into it they were manipulated into it same thing with blacks that now at got the kkk but in a much wider scale of three persecution but see it's all okay because the old kkk people to control the kkk or control they weren't believe any of that stop people to control the kkk they want to control the poor farmers that were there real competition by putting him into a secret society group they could control a gang she these people know what they're doing he's the parasites river smart was caught the break with temps scott the takes on much uh because like a moses to lead black folks off the plantation we'll come back with powerful video that migraines but together because trump is going to now go after the welfare system there are said they're killing everybody but that's not what's happening were literally take people that not letting them be domesticated from the company's score like they had weichih slaves sharecroppers curtis what was president one of those conversations that we had we talked about ways to improve the stress communities throughout this country fifty two million americans living in distress communities that we talked about legislation that can move those communities ford and use that yes and as a part of this tax reform package the investing an opportunity act has been included which will bring trillions of dollars into poor communities because of your willingness to listen.
"charlton" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Two key the finicky yes lin two the two the the the two charlton the yes stock the the the to suggest two two yeah the the ten the two.
"charlton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This it'll him to clear more suffering for the charlton am an agreement i intention to the court and issued quote where an intractable charles which athena's are among an armed know a lot of people have misgivings about this 9o koreanamerican rooted into sound 'extraordinary parents who really want to thank you for child when naturally happened asteroid here so where do things stand i mean this is this an has another step on another court is going to make an another decision now what has to be demonstrated here yeah it's being taken back to the quote through known it because it own appear to be earned last week and then suddenly appear thick grey schulman's straight at the hospital he hammered especially if there was new african that warranted going back to the court i'm eric all being back in a court this week it goes back for returned day goes back on thursday not care went judgment will be a of course it takes a new round of going back to the european court and we are not an all the while this tiled sits in the hospital on life support on a heartbreaking story married to jeff ski of the independent newspaper has been following it thank you so much for shanghai reporting this money thank you some other news now federal regulators have announced new rule that could clear the way for more class action lawsuits against banks and other financial firms at issue are so called the arbitration clauses that companies use to block customers from joining class actions and pierre's chris arnold explains regulators say that millions of americans have been hurt by financial firms.