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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:41 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Something. I don't think the police were wrong. Because for all they know they could have been causing the death of the family by going in before knowing what they were going in they might have. I don't think they were wrong. But i don't think they were right. I have a sneaking suspicion they could have saved some of the family members But i wouldn't like completely fault them without knowing a lot more. I think when something like this happens you just want. Obviously it's clear who's at fault. There's there's no down. Our minds that commissar jesse hayes are the ones at fault but i think the family is just trying to understand how this couldn't have been stopped Days after the crime the governor of connecticut called for stricter monitoring of parole burglars and then ban the parole of violent offenders. So i know you talk about this in your policy. Analysis class is how sometimes you have a situation and then the problem is you kind of cast the net too far by you wanna do something but now you're also hindering. The successful re entry of people that perhaps deserve a second chance. It's a knee jerk reaction and that's never good policy and i understand the sentiment of that policy as most of them are but yeah you don't want to throw a blanket and capture everyone. That's not smart policy in our field. So i would say craft policy in response to a tragic event. It's usually not going to be a good one because it hasn't been thought out and well planned and based on evidence based on emotion. Yeah it's based on emotion. Man i can go on for hours. There's so much to talk about with this case. But yeah i know you could go on forever with this case Thank you so much for bringing it to our attention. I look forward to seeing. I'm i don't know actually. I look forward to seeing documentary. But i don't now that i know the details right and before we close out today make and we have one question to get to from a supporter so read a wants to know why there are so few solo female serial killers and along with that..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:38 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"I mean when you look at jesse. I mean you have head injuries. You have family history of mental illness. You have the adoption the sexual abuse. Pedophilia the substance abuse. I mean this is really the perfect storm and so from a young age. Probably what happens is biologically and because of all the like the head traumas and other things. We've seen that was a lot of serial offenders but he probably found himself also in a home where the parents could not deal with that. And so again that behavior just it's cumulative and i almost here a little labeling because remember his church made him feel evil because of the homosexuality which was really sexual abuse i think he was labelled in a certain win. Stigmatized although i don't think that's really the driving core. I don't think so there now behind his. what about steven hayes. I also generally speaking. How do we explain that. Both of these men went from non violent crimes. Violent crimes were there warning signs of escalation. I think with hayes there was it seems like there was and again apart but a part of the career criminals that they can escalate and their behavior. It does go from bad to worse. I would also say remember sometimes bed like birds of a feather flock together the two of them when they found each other and they joined that might have been the escalating force for them. I agree. I don't think either offender would have done this on their own. I would say that. Probably the igniter was the two of them meeting. And to them perpetrating. These crimes together an escalating in each other and then remember they're both almost in this downward spiral in their life their relapsing. They can't get a job having trouble with money there. I don't even remember if i mentioned but there was some infidelity going on. This is all typical with life course per sisters as well in career criminals. So i mean this fits theoretically for for me. Okay so this is a two parter so we'd like to talk about did the system get it right but there's two things i wanna talk about here. I wanna talk about this idea. Of should they just accepted the please now. They spent over seven million dollars on the trials for these men and the family had to sit through grueling testimony and really it was a media circus now. Both of these men tried to kill themselves so just giving them the death penalty essentially give them what they want or does it not matter and do we just pursue what the victim wants which was to seek the death penalty thoughts on that. We can't pursue. Just what the victim wants. I can never be the sole that. It's going to be a driving force and especially in a case where the victim is a sole survivor and his family has been murdered his entire family so i would say i think i understand why the prosecutor had to rely very heavily on bill. Pets wishes in this regard. We talk about. i mean. We debate the death penalty over and over again. Weather can into that here but whether or not. I'm surprised that you're surprised that he went through so many appeals. I'm not sure why you're surprised. Of course he was going to do that. I'm not surprised but after hearing hayes talk about whether or not..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"He gives advice to people who are headed down quote unquote that road. He says this destroyed him so he talks a lot about the case. And the reason why he's able to do this is because he is not exercising. Any of his appeals. I decided to forego all of his appeals which is why he can call into this podcast and start talking about the case he talks about how it was joshua's idea to start the fire and he claims he was going to leave because he didn't want to do it and he was just going to pour the gas and not set the fire. He says josh wore him down. It just sounds like such a desperate attempt at trying to get some sympathy. He also reveals that the reason. Why josh targeted michaela and jennifer. Because his motivation was michaela he was attracted to young girls and commissar. Jesse told police. It was because of the nice car. Hey says that's bullshit. He wanted the girl. Oh okay well you did mention that Yeah it was noted that he might have pedophilia. Yes exactly possible so. Speaking about appeals very recently april thirteenth. Two thousand and twenty one coma or jetskis appeal was rejected and this is an appeal that was pending for years because of delays associated with both death penalty litigation and of course pandemic related court postponements. the judges issued not surprisingly a seven zero decision. Upholding the convictions against him. Do you want to hear some of this shit that he appealed on. Oh god he. He appealed and won hastily. That interview with the podcast. He kept throwing komo's jesse under the bus. I agree with him on. This is he was saying enough is enough. You've done enough to this family. Stop with the appeals. And as much as. I don't have respect for steven hayes. I do agree. That joshua komo's so jesse he's done enough harm. Let the family move on and stop appealing on this bullshit. Pretty he said that the state failed to disclose certain evidence. He noted the state's failure to move the trial at a new haven to counter pretrial publicity so that therefore he was denied a fair trial. He said his challenges of certain jurors were nord. This is the worst. He complained about the unconstitutionality of the inhumane strict prison conditions. This is a person who brutalized the whole family. And he's complaining about prison conditions. There were some other ones about the prosecutors violating his rights by denying him access to certain communications among police officers. Some aronie is trial testimony by an expert who talked about the obscene photos. Found on his phone either way. This guy's never seen the light of day. Now let's end this on a high note. What is going on with bill pet. Okay this guy is so strong for one. He's spoke at the funeral. Five days after the crime with his head pretty much split open just got out of the hospital and he really held it together for the most part again. You can see footage of that online very quickly. Donations were pouring in for the family. At first dr pettit had many small foundations he had michaela's miracles haley's hope and an ms foundation for his wife jennifer and then he decided to really centralize it into one foundation and he created the pettit family foundation who has a few different missions. They provide help to educate young people especially in the sciences. They provide support to those with chronic illnesses and they help to protect those affected by violence. So he's really doing a lot. He never returned to the medical practice. He never stepped foot back in his office. I think he was just probably too much for him to go back to his life. They demolish the home in two thousand eight..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:26 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Condition that's recognized by the american psychiatric association and the world health organization now this really refers to the emotional distress that occurs when a person's gender identity does not match the sex they were signed at birth gender. Morpheus can be treated with hormone therapy psychotherapy and gender reaffirming surgery. Do you know what the prison systems have to say about this. I imagine that they're all different to be honest. Because i know a little bit on new jersey and new york. But i have a feeling that this is going to vary from state to state the doj mandates individualized assessment and care for gender dis fauria. And all trans prisoners they also take the stance that prison officials have an obligation statewide to assess and treat gender dysphoric just as they would any other medical or mental health conditions. The rationale behind this stance is that prisoners with gender. Dysphoric should not be forced to suffer during their incarceration and that there can be serious consequences to the health and wellbeing transgender prisoners. Who are among the most vulnerable population incarcerated in our nation's prisons and jails so hormone patches are one of a number of treatment options available to federal inmates. But the way we see this working out of course as their state differences and each state decides how they want to handle it. So you'll see you know like every like every other policy. It's kind of all over the map. What's the supreme court said. Federal cases are there reviewed individually by medical staff who determine the most cost-efficient treatment. There's been several look it up. You'll see there's been several cases that have gone to the supreme court about like specific issues regarding they get very particular on what they can and can't do okay..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Said there's three women in the how you know he and hayes was kind of like i don't know what's going on so komo's jesse from the beginning was kind of like this is what's going on. We're caught you know. Yeah exactly both of them. Offered to plead guilty and accept the sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole because the death penalty was on the table yet. But guess what meghan. The prosecution rejected this and they pursued a trial and a death sentence. Wow bill is the one who wanted to pursue the death penalty. So i understand. He is the sole surviving victim here. And if that's what he wants. I think that's what he should get. And there was a camp of people that said absolutely but there was this other group of people that said. Do we really need to re victimize girls in this woman by having this long drawn out trial. I'm going to say that. If i mean i case by case with death penalty and you know because i'm not totally in favor or totally against but if bill pet it wanted to push forward in this instance that would weigh heavily on the prosecutor and i think rightfully should. Yeah and that's exactly why i believe. The prosecution went forward because we know prosecutors nine times out of ten. They wanna take a plea deal. It's an automatic win. It saves money. It saves time. But i think in this case. Everyone just needed to see retribution. There were separate trials for the two men not surprisingly. It was really hard to find an impartial jury. This case was huge. It was the most notable case in connecticut's history and people were outraged over it. There were some lawyers that spoke about this and they said during the war. Dr potential jurors. Some of them are saying like i'll kill them with my bare hands like they were pissed and they did not win the motion for change of venue. Oh wow that's surprising. Both defense teams motion to have a change of venue and it was the night for both of them and the trials were held in nearby new haven which was just miles from where the crimes happen so there tried separately which means they can now point fingers at each other. Oh and they do meghan. Yeah.

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Has parents pulled him out of the hospital because they did not believe in these interventions because of their religion so instead they sent them to a religious camp. Sorry just makes me think of andrea. Yates if you remember. She saw intervention as well for her. You know her mental health and her husband and the church that no. This is a family issue at church issue. It's so unfortunate there's also reports that they had exorcisms performed on him so this is very extreme biologist group here. He was eventually excommunicated from his religion. Which i think is probably a good thing for him but it was really his only support system. He eventually joined the reserves. So things seem to be turning around for him. But after his discharge. That's when he started getting in trouble with the law hit a string of burglary charges almost twenty invasions but no history of violent crimes. At this point he would he would do though he would break into homes and listen to people breathe while they were sleeping and he was kind of like creeper. What do you call. These people. Meghan like he was stolen. I mean it's a voyeur or it can be also there's a samna phileas thing people who actually have some arousal by watching other people sleep. Yeah it's unclear if there was any sexual motivation but he was exhibiting very strange behaviors. It was almost as if the home invasions were not financially motivated. Like many are although he did take stuff some people say it's because he wanted to see how normal people lived and he almost like crave. Yeah for sure. He also saw drug treatment several times but always relapse in two thousand and two comas. Jetski was sentenced to nine years in prison for burglary. He was out on parole in two thousand and seven when these crimes occurred. It's a pretty quick release. He served five at a nine. Years was a burglary for burglary but had like certain. I'm sorry. yeah twenty home invasions privacy. I don't think you should have been paroled that early without history you have. Well wait till you hear this part. Then there was a transcript of his home invasions and of his sentencing. That was never sent to the parole board so really. He was able to manipulate the system. He came across as a first time remorseful offender and despite the fact that these transcripts would have showed the strings of behavior. So this could have been prevented. And now they let this offender out on pearl pretty early. Because they didn't get the transcript of his boss mistake. I have to imagine whoever made that mistake. The heads rolling over there so i mentioned earlier. That coma jessica and hayes were in the same halfway house together and they both left together about two months before the home invasion hayes also had quite the checkered past..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"They decided they would stay in the home until morning when the banks open that nine. Am while waiting for morning. Hayes was becoming increasingly obsessed with the fact that they were going to leave. Behind physical evidence. Commissar jetski allegedly told him. Don't worry fire. Destroys everything around seven five. Am hayes took cans from the garage and drove. Jennifer's car to a local gas station is actually seen on surveillance filling up the gas cans and then paying ten dollars cash before returning to the home when he's got back to the house michaela's clothing had been changed and it became very clear. That while hayes was gone commissar. Jesse assaulted michaela. He also took several graphic photographs on his cell. Phone of the young girl. Pay seem surprised by this. I'm not sure if he was angered by. Its might not have been part of his plan around. Eight thirty a. m. Hayes left the home jennifer with hayes. Driving jennifer's minivan headed to the local bank. Where the plan was for jennifer to withdraw fifteen thousand dollars in cash. And if she did not than her family would suffer the consequences. Meanwhile back house commissar jetski assault michaela again and it is unclear if hailey the older girl was also sexually assaulted. But i don't think so because later. The men would openly admit to the rape of the mother jennifer and also michaela. Jennifer arrived at the bank of bit after nine. Thirty hayes waited in the car with a hoodie on wild jennifer went inside now. You could see the surveillance video from the bank. You'd see this on-line. She very calmly waited her. Turn in line once. It was her turn. She went up to the teller and said she needed to make a withdrawal of fifteen thousand dollars. Cash and of course. It was such a large amount of money that she was told. Okay i need to see your id. Unfortunately she did not have her. Id unfortunate but they also told her. She has her husband present because it was a joint account. Jennifer calmly explained that her family was being held hostage and unless she got the money then her family would be hurt turn. The bank manager approved the transaction. Luckily and also called nine one one. Thank god okay. Yeah it's now about nine thirty. Am and you can hear this call online and also in part in that. Hbo documentary referenced earlier. While almost at dispatchers the bank manager watched jennifer leave keeping an eye on her telling the dispatcher. Everything she could about. The situation allows good. After receiving the call. Police went out to the pet house. I they sent unmarked police cars to just pass the house and check everything out. They say they didn't see anything strange. In fact the pets didn't have window treatments on their home. So you could see right in and everything looked quiet but jennifer car. The one that was driven to the bank was in the driveway. Now the police don't know what's going on. They don't know it was jennifer part of this is. She's trying to take the money from her husband. No one knows what's going on. I remember this is a very safe quiet town. The police decided that they would set up a perimeter around the home so that no cars could come or go. This is about an hour after the initial nine one one call. Meanwhile things in the house were taking a turn for the worse. One hayes returned to the home with jennifer and the fifteen thousand dollars. Cash coma sir. Jesse told him that he made a big mistake..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Now haley was all around high-achieving she had just graduated high school she was planning to attend dartmouth that fall following in her father's footsteps. Who also went to that school and she was planning on studying science with the hopes of going to medical school like her father as well choose described as a great athlete. She got straight as she was very involved in the community and very philanthropic after her mother was diagnosed with. Ms she raised almost fifty thousand dollars for the ms society in connecticut. That's impressive yeah. Someone in highschool. Who's in sports and getting straight as and still have time to do this. She was described as really humble kind of quiet. And just doing a lot of good and then michaela who again was eleven. She was like her sister. She was incredibly kind described the shy at times but she to excelled in school and she absolutely loved cooking and her family would call her k. K. that was her nickname. Let's cue thank you sunday. June twenty second two thousand and seven started as a normal day for the pettit family. They attend the church in the morning. And then bill went to play golf while jennifer and the girls went to the beach later. That evening jennifer and her youngest daughter michaela went to the local. Stop and shop grocery store to get some ingredients for that. Evening's dinner also. At the store was joshua commissar jesse a twenty six year old cheshire resident. Who had recently been released from prison after serving only five years of a nine year sentence for burglary so he was at the store meeting a contractor who him some money he noticed the pair and said that it was their nice car that caught his attention and he decided he would follow them home at this point. He noticed that they also live in a beautiful house. Fun sound good. After following the to to their home. He began texting with his friend. Steven hayes who was almost twenty years his senior. Now hayes at a long rap sheet. He was convicted as an adult for the first time at the age of sixteen and arrested nearly thirty times between then and two thousand seven and spent most of his life in prison. So he's a career criminal. He is definitely a perfect example of a career criminal. He was also recently paroled about a year earlier after serving time for a burglary. He met composer jetski at a halfway house where they both had gone after their release and they both left the halfway house about two months prior to this. Coma sarge. 'skin hayes. Were texting back and forth about the idea of burglarizing the pettit household the messages are chilling. Meghan you can see them online so to start stephen. Hey sent a message to sergeev ski. That read. I'm chomping at the bit to get started. Need a margarita. Soon after which. You didn't get a reply about an hour later he texted. Are we still on. Komo's herb jesse replied yes. I'm just putting the kids the bed. Hold your horses to which hayes replied dude. The horses want to get loose l. o. l. So komo's jetski has a five year old daughter. He's putting to sleep before he goes to meet up with his buddy finding a felony while putting your child to exactly the two met up and went to a bar to discuss their plan..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Women and Crime

"This podcast may contain content. That graphic and disturbing in nature listener discretion is advised a predator who saw a nice car and what he thought were easy targets. Stop this family to their home. After police were notified would they be able to arrive in time or would it all turn to ashes. This is the family story A meghan amy. How are you. I'm doing great. You've heard of this case i have. I know there's a documentary on it but you would never have watched it before my episode would you. And that's exactly why. I didn't watch it. I was waiting for you to do the episode. But i can't wait when you cover these cases. And i wait like as soon as you're done i go out and watch them. So yes and this case is one that has been suggested by some of our supporters. And it's always been on my list. So i moved it up because i've always been fascinated with this case now and i saw come in from multiple people who requested so i'm excited and i wanna thank thanking yell. Kobe's lucky for her help with today's research. Thank you danielle. And speaking of thanks we have some supporters. We'd like to give thanks to today as well. all right. do we have today k. I we have. Read a richie. Oh we also have brennan's lane next. We have a lisa laurine housemen and andrew. Lana sutton this is really cute. We have scott casting and he wants to have a birthday shoutout. Happy birthday to scott's mom diane. How sweet is that meghan. That's really sweet. Think actually your son. Scott is such a sweetheart and thank you all so much for your support. Thanks so much for your support it means the world to us and if you are interested in receiving an extra episode a month check out our five dollar and above tear on patriots on all right and now let's get into today's episode. William pettitte met jennifer hawke when they were both working at children's hospital in pittsburgh pennsylvania. Now he was a third year medical student he was doing his residency and she was a pediatric nurse. There jennifer was very well liked and popular described as a beautiful person. Both inside and out. She was the type that would be the lead in the school play. She was on the homecoming court. And then there's a. William pettit often called bill or billy by friends and family. He was a well-known doctor in the field. Who focused his time on diabetes. Family members would say bill is very dedicated very devoted. He would often put him very long hours at work. He was also an avid basketball player and took up golfing that he would often do with his father on the weekends. Now bill and jennifer got married soon after meeting and they moved to a cheshire connecticut. Megan do you know anything about this. Area i do. I had a friend from college. Who lived or came from cheshire. So i know little bit. I know it's a pretty upscale neighborhood. Yes it's a very upscale beautiful neighborhood and in twenty twenty. It was actually named one of the best places to live in the us ranked by money magazine placing twenty eighth in the whole nation. The couple had their first daughter haley in nineteen eighty nine and then their second daughter michaela was born six years later in nineteen ninety. Five between the two berths jennifer was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the time of the events that we're discussing today. Jennifer was forty eight years old. Her oldest daughter hayley was seventeen and michaela was eleven..

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Plea Deal Near for Metro Atlanta Massage Parlor Shooting Suspect

Atlanta's Morning News

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Plea Deal Near for Metro Atlanta Massage Parlor Shooting Suspect

"That could be on the horizon for the accused Metro and a spa shooter Robert Aaron Long is set to appear before Judge a Cherokee County next week. The West Beast, Michelle writes, reporting live with reaction for Fulton County's district attorney. Yes, Scott Fulton County D a funny Willis says she was notified Longs Tuesday hearing would bring a resolution to the case in Cherokee County, which she tells The Atlanta Journal Constitution means a plea deal in her world Long is accused of opening fire inside of young Asian massage on March 16th, killing four people and then wounding another. I spoke with Jane, who happened to be getting a massage that day when she and her massage therapists heard the murders. 25 minutes then I was starting to relax and feel better. And we heard this sound that sounded like a firecracker and we kind of both start along as then accused of leaving that seen driving south to Atlanta and killing four more women and two other Asian massages on chair at Cheshire Bridge Road before heading south and being captured in South Georgia. Long is facing murder and aggravated assault charges and Cherokee. Willis says she filed a motion to transfer long to the Fulton County Jail on Wednesday to await prosecution there, where he's facing similar charges and a possible hate crime charge. She also says she plans on seeking the death penalty.

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"cheshire" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"cheshire" Discussed on The Dictionary

"The leaves there's more at the words yearn and blade Yeah okay interesting next. We have chesapeake bay retriever. Three words chesapeake bay have capital letters at the beginning and then retriever so it must be a dog now from eighteen ninety one. Any of a breed of powerful brown sporting dogs developed in maryland and having a dense oily water shedding coat. Next is yeah. I'll probably post picture of a chesapeake bay retriever. 'cause we love to see pictures of dogs similarly we have cheshire cat. Although i don't think these are real are they do words with a capital c at the cheshire noun from eighteen. Sixty six a broadly grinning cat in lewis carroll's alice's alice's adventures in wonderland and this is from cheshire england. So is there actually a cat named the cheshire cat or did he just say. This cat is from cheshire because maybe haddock he had a connection to cheshire. I don't know what the story is. But you know the cat looks cool. What i think is funny. I don't know how funny it is but up until a certain year like in the early two thousands ish I don't know maybe two thousand five whatever it was when we would think of the word cheshire cat we would probably think of disney's version of that cat from there allison wonderland and then when timber and came out with his anytime. Anybody thought of cheshire cat. They thought of tim burton's version. So i've seen people get tattoos of tim burton's version because that's the one that they grew up with. But you know for me and other people. We grew up with the other one. So i don't know i just think it's kind of interesting. I don't know that the timber in one looks sorta funny to me. Only because i'm not used to it. I'm i'm used to the other one. Is it funny no. It's not at all okay. Last word is cheshire cheese cheddar cheese cheshire with c. c. h. e. s. h. i. r. e. and cheese noun from fifteen ninety seven. Eight cheese similar to cheddar made chiefly in cheshire england. lots of just sounds cheap. Cheese chiefly cheshire. What what what is this cheese tastes like. They say it's similar to cheddar. So that's gives you a good idea. But now i just wanna see a cheshire. Cat made out of cheshire cheese. It's probably happened. Maybe i should find it okay. Those were the words we had cheroots. Cherry cherry bomb cherry pick cherry picker cherry stone cherry tomato cherrywood chair cherub chair. Ville chesapeake bay retriever. Cheshire cat and cheshire cheese Which one do. I like You know none of them really jumped out at me all that much. But i think i shall pick cheshire cat as the word of the episode. Because i don't know i i did. I did like that characterized. The character is a lot of fun it just. It's very playful and really. Yeah and you know. I don't know. I haven't seen the movie or read the book in a long long time but Yeah i do. I do enjoy that character. a lot. Cheshire cat cheshire cheshire. Cad it's got a big grin on its face okay So we did that. Let's let's read the holidays in nigeria. It is children's day in bolivia..

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"cheshire" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"cheshire" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Nineteen forty four one eight travelling crane equipped for holding a passenger at the end of the boom. Yeah it's a it's a crane. There's a basket for person. It'd be great to just sit in there and just go the highway or go down the road. just traveling. Traveling cross country in my cherry picker got his knees. Yes i did And then number two for cherry picker cherry picks next is cherry stone. One word noun from eighteen seventy two. It is a small qua- hog q. U. a. h. o. g. Is that. That's the name of the town i think family guy. Are those also the names of like clams mussels or something and then do they call them cherry stones. Why would they do that. Next is cherry tomato two words noun from eighteen. forty seven. A small globo's red or orange tomato born in a long dense. Clusters born in long dense clusters a tropical american plant bearing cherry tomatoes. The scientific name is like go. Perso- khan s q lantam charissa. For may there are three words. I'm not going to say them again. Next is cherry wood all one word noun from eighteen. Twenty one this in an the one see definition for the word cherry That is just going to be the would right. Yep reddish-brown would next is You could say chart or chart or chat. It is spelled c. h. e. rt noun from sixteen seventy nine a rock resembling flint and consisting essentially of a large amount of fibrous chelsea noni with smaller amounts of crypto crystalline quartz. And sell and chairty or chotti is an adjective The episode that aired today april twenty fifth. Had the word chelsea donnie. In it so i know it's a courts. The origin of this word by the way is unknown next is cherub c. h. e. r. Ub noun from the thirteenth century. One is plural an order of angels and then it says to see these celestial hierarchy number two is also plural So to a a beautiful usually winged child in painting and sculpture. Beautiful might be a subjective word. They're very cute. I guess Let's to be an innocent looking usually chubby and rosie person. Cherubic is an adjective and cherubic. Lee is an adverb and chair. A blake is an adjective. Where does this come from. Its latin from greek chair rube From the hebrew karube k. e. r. u. b. h. so cherub comes from the hebrew word next is cheerful churchill or something like that c. h. e. r. v. i l. just like it sounds noun from the before the twelfth century and aromatic herb of the carrot family with divided leaves that are often used in soups and salads. Also any of several related plants and the scientific name is an thrace carrefour liam the etymology says. This is from old english. Care phil from latin cara full eum modified of the greek care if ceylon from charing which means to rejoice plus filon which means leaf so rejoicing..

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"cheshire" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

"Take a tour I could get all the wrong. People take tour, but that's not what he really needs. What really needs his tours that drive revenue you know in connecting to the to the end result so yeah I. There's an interesting balance that plays with. With sales and marketing, where they may ask for more leads, but are they really saying Moore leads, or they sang? More quality leads, and I think Sometimes both sides can get a little, too wrapped up around activity, instead of really being aligned on the pipeline in end result that revenue. Because activity it's like on the content side, right Casey I mean activity feels like you're doing something that actually I mean. That's have this debate all the time. She create more new content, or should you update and I just did a live show on that is. Should you update or delete old content and used pieces of it and you know? Optimizing old content doesn't feel nearly as active as writing an article, right? So. Definitely a problem well, you can check out Casey's I. Don't know if it's you can call it new. It came out this. This year marketing automation, least strategic path for beat a big growth. It's on Amazon. It's top two hundred, so that is fantastic. Millions of books on there or something bad. We'll have the link in the show notes. You can check it out there. She's said. There's another thing we've got going on to If you go to Cheshire, impact and Cheshire's like the cat impact dot com. We're doing thing now. Where if you are interested, we can do a part or marketing automation audit with you where you're at with your marketing, automation platform and at the end of it. You'll know you're where you're at where you need to go. Ten looks like, but we'll also send you a copy of that book, so if you're interested in getting a copy of that book will send you one if you do one of these marketing automation audits..

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Why Was the Mad Hatter Mad?

BrainStuff

03:26 min | 2 years ago

Why Was the Mad Hatter Mad?

"To brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Vogel bomb here. If you've read Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland or seen the movie adaptations the character of the mad. Hatter is bound to have left an impression. He's eccentric to say the least as presides over a rollicking tea party that Alice attends but the idea of being mad as a hatter will in the British sense mad meaning crazy not angry. It didn't come from Carol and if you like. Alice have a tendency to fall down. Rabbit holes this phrase is an interesting one. Carroll's book was published in eighteen sixty five but the Oxford English dictionary puts the earliest known use of mad as a hatter in eighteen twenty nine. That's three and a half decades before any march hare's or dorm. I sipped tea or the Cheshire. Cat made his famous claim of the General Madness of the inhabitants of wonderland. Where all mad here? The actual origin of the phrase mad as a hatter is unknown but it's believed to be connected to mercury poisoning in hat makers several years after Allah's had her first appeared in eighteen. Eighty three the phrase hatters shakes was used to describe the condition caused by mercury poisoning. The symptoms include muscle tremors and mental and behavioral changes. Wonderland's hatter behaves strangely in the novel as do most of the characters but his friend seemed to accept his oddities as being normal today. Mercury poisoning is known to the medical and scientific communities as Eric Ism. The modern list of symptoms include irritability and mania both of which the hatter displays. But there's also sleep disturbances. Depression disturbance hearing loss and those telltale tremors at least the bladder of which the hatter does not seem to have though to be fair. He only appears briefly. You may be glad to learn that. Although short term exposure to Mercury Ken 'cause Earth Ism. It usually goes away if you can avoid further contact with mercury long-term exposure such as that that dental professionals and chemical workers experience can mean the symptoms persist in any case. Eric ISM is a rare disease after the tea party. During the playing card court trial to determine who has stolen the tarts the hatter explains the king that he has no have his own because he sells all of the hats he has which brings us to the last stop in our rabbit hole. A what does mercury have to do with hats? It was part of a process called carrying in order to make felt which is what many hats are made of. You have to get the for of a beaver or rabbit to stick together in a Matt. Thick stiff fabric. A which means you have to get the for off of the skin to get the for off the skin. Cleanly mercuric nitrate was used. It came to be known as caring because the solution would turn the edges of the pelts orange as it dried modern haberdasher use hydrogen peroxide to remove the from the skin which is a slower but much safer process but apparently lose. Carol didn't mean to slander hatters via his tea party.

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Brazil's justice minister resigns

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Brazil's justice minister resigns

"The Brazilian president Jibal synodic has hit back at his former justice minister Cheshire moto who accused him of potentially criminal interference in the federal police Mr motive who has resigned claims that the president told him he wanted a new federal police director who would supply him with police intelligence

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UK police free 3 suspects on bail in truck deaths case

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

UK police free 3 suspects on bail in truck deaths case

"Five people including the truck driver are under arrest in connection with the deaths of thirty nine people found in the back of a tractor trailer in southeast England three of those suspects have been released on bail the victims are believed to be migrants from Asian countries police are struggling to identify the victims in the trailer many of whom are believed to be from Vietnam while none of the thirty nine bodies discovered inside the truck of been publicly identified communities in Vietnam are already starting to more and family members Tom Cheshire and Asia correspondent for maybe she's partners at sky news spoke to one family Tommy plan to work in a nail salon in the U. K. and between

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Marketing vs. Branding

The Futur

10:50 min | 2 years ago

Marketing vs. Branding

"Let's say you have a product and you have one hundred thousand dollars. Despite that on branding do you spend on marketing the continue feature podcast. I'm your host Christo. What is more important branding or marketing. What's the difference between the two which efforts should come I in this episode. I sit down with Melinda Lucy a brand strategist and the founder of marks and maker. We're also joined by Fabian Gear Halter was also branch outages and and is the founder of Fenian in this episode of the future we discuss if video posted by marketing consultant. Donald Miller speaks about his controversial opinion a pal. You need to be making fifty million dollars before you think about branding your company. Melinda Fabian and I sat down and have a thoughtful discussion about how we view branding mm-hmm marketing which is more important says it back listen to find out where we stand on the issue and how we view the relationship between branding in marketing so guys when Melinda calls answer in here we are millions like I think it's time I'm for another meeting but the switch today is that she's brought in another person that you are familiar with two if you're familiar with the channel none other than Fabian Garrelt are here and I think I think we're GonNa be talking about something that started to get under the skin of a lot of creative people. Donald Miller put out this video about the importance of marketing over branding he he gave branding short shrift for sure in this video branding though is a luxury. I think you need to be making about five hundred million dollars or even start thinking a whole lot about brand new and get your colors right in your logo and that sort of stuff but branding people have to be familiar with your brand in order to be trained to feel a certain way about your brand until then you need to do marketing as marketing is really where you make your money. Marketing is when you tell somebody to buy your product and you explain why they should buy a product mostly because I think he's a marketing Guy Guy. Of course he's going to talk about marketing so I think that sets the stage for the conversation. Let's see where this goes so Melinda. What are we talking about today about the difference between between branding and marketing okay so you have a perspective on this not yet it to bring news one little canary the cat the Cheshire cat here okay. I'm sure I have an opinion on it that I am unable to yet articulate but I would like to hear from both of you and your perspectives because as a brand identity designer turned bram strategist. There's a lot of overlap in marketing in from from Hearing Mountain Donald Miller video about. We shouldn't even worry about it until the company was that what did he say. Fifty million changed his mind throughout the video but fifty million yeah fifty million yeah. You shouldn't even worry about branding unless you're a fifty million dollar. Come out okay he started out with five hundred and they know it change five hundred a million and then it went down then he corrected himself to fifty okay and you work with a lot of startups to yes. I'm working on at that point with companies of all sizes and Milinda sent me the video and my head exploded and I'm like wait a minute. Don Miller is a good guy. He's talking about story branding. That's his friend right yeah. That's that's a name literally the name of his book Iran Bright and I read it you know I I liked it quite a bit and then I see this video and CD statement and as a Yemeni. I'm ready to talk about that. Okay well. I'm going to ask you because I watched it and I think there was a lot of fire and fury before watched a video so I'm like chill. Just watching objectively tried to remain neutral watches thing and see what's getting people prickly. Gli about it so you said your your head exploded so one of the things that he said that really made you think I don't agree with this point of view so I think that we did he position. It was one of if those quick videos I I think he the way he framed that was a little bit misleading and that's what gets everyone fired up including myself but rightfully so right because you shouldn't frame mm something that way. I'm in my eyes right the way that he talked about. It needs to be fifty million company. dollar company before you even start branding. It makes absolutely no sense to me. This is very much the cart before the horse right because you is very like antiquated analogy here but you you cannot you cannot talk about something. You cannot market if you haven't read it yet if you don't know what you're talking about right and in the video heels a talked about Simon Sinek famous wine. He says there was no need to ask why you just need to send emails at that point. You just email l. e. mail email and don't ask the question why behind the company and to me that is completely against my fundamental ideas right like you. I have to create a platform. You have have to create a brand platform to really derive why to company exists. You have to create obviously the company name. It's basic branding pieces that need to be in place the the reason why he said it is because he talked about this fifty million dollar company that said we need to do branding and he's like no. You don't so what doesn't work in there's video is that of course the company already had to spend a lot of money. Branding otherwise would have never gotten to fifty million dollars. Okay anything else doc for now. Okay being so accommodating okay. I think let's I understand the structure of these kinds of videos because I make these kinds of videos to their designed to push buttons and to incite true emotions because nobody cares if he's like. I love branding marketing the soccer ball marketing today nobody from the design side. Nobody on the brand space would would even care. Nobody would share does videos like what do you think so he's doing. I think what many people that are really smart. What about positioning says I'm for this and right now. I'm not for that so gets all the people that are yes. We're marketers and I also want us to kind of be aware of our own bias or bias sees right or by says. Are you saying that word. which is your branding guy? So of course you think branding is really important. I think I didn't fully we realized this before but he's really a marketing guys teaching people how to market their products and services so he's a marketing guy and I think this is our own kind of we want to shape reality reality the way we see it so I'm just trying to look at it like as a as as robotically as I can what is being said and what is more important. Whatever so let's get get into that okay. Let's say you have a product and you have one hundred thousand dollars. D spend that on branding or do you spend on marketing. I think you have to divide it in a very smart way. I mean you should in his thirty. Seventy rule is is not a bad rule rule right. I mean out of that budget. You should most probably take thirty percent of so branding because you have to establish thing right. You have to create the word before you you spread the Gospel Right and so marketing advertising. It's basically putting the word out there. You need to do a lot of that right but I need to define what the business for so I think it does make sense that you split less branding and more for marketing because if people don't hear about it they're not going to buy your stuff if they don't buy your stuff out of business right yeah I think I can also imagine why put out this video because he consults for firms probably fifty million and up and we're going to spend all the money in branding business so after hearing that for a while a piece like this comes up. That's why I like some people Chris. You're really salty. It's like we'll I've heard this question and and people beating their head against the wall so many times an eventual I come to the conclusion that this is what you guys need to hear and let's cut out the BS. Let's get started because you're here because you don't have enough runway. There's not enough revenue talk about you're GONNA be out of business in six months. We got to fix that and stop spending money on branding okay so let's take a step back for people who are like branding marketing. These are like terms. I use all the time interchangeably. Let's start with the definitional branding. Okay the way that you see it. What is branding. You know. I have different ways but I'll just you know off the cuff now. What is branding branding really is that it establishes rushes the why behind the brand establishes look and feel it establishes a positioning in differentiator in the marketplace and and all of that combined is beginning of branding and so I think it gets complicated right because in one of your posts recently Chris about branding being something that gets people to come back marketing something to get people to go to in the first place that too I think is a fine line right because without the brand being created created you know you can't markets like branding marketing branding marketing it kind of goes and it goes into this flow yeah so branding on the one hand is establishing gnashing that emotional connection and then the other hand this to keep it up right then go back to values to make sure that we keep evolving our brands but marketing is obviously key to getting the message out right so when I hear this it's like okay. I'm I'M A graphic designer. I've been calling my logo branding or you're saying sounds a little bit different than what I've been doing so I think it's healthy for us to have this conversation and and do like a public service announcement that if you make a logo well if you make a mark your identity designer your logo maker a letter form person you're not a branding person yet is one facet but it's just one very small facet actually right so when you say it's the why behind the company establishing the look and feel differentiating through positioning what look like what are what are the things you make when you help. Somebody brand their company the product or service so in the beginning. It's a brand platform as the industry calls also dried so it's really identifying how it's kind of like a business plan but the brands plan right. What do we stand for. Why do we exist. How how do we differentiate. How do we need to position company to stand out. What is the big why I call it too because statement right you know this is why we exist. You know what it connects with customers and understanding the customers before you even launch understanding. Who will these people be what channel so dion right? How can we connect with them read to comment on social media and start becoming part of psyche all of that even though it could be seen as marketing that should be established as part of branding before you even create the name for the

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The Future of Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, and Disney's Movie Monopoly

The Big Picture

08:39 min | 2 years ago

The Future of Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, and Disney's Movie Monopoly

"I think we have to go and see twenty three right off. The top. I manage just told me that she read a thorough examination of the announcements made at this this weekend event. How are you feeling. Are you excited about the disney plus era upon us yeah but you have to do this. Julia minoshe from nonfiction chris farley watched non-fiction. You can just look blog. I clarified clarifying. I i think for disney and for me <hes> possibly in different ways you know disney has a strong brand as we know and it is quite articulate clearly articulated ticketed in this and i think that there will be many people including parents and star wars fans who have end marvel fans watch look forward to and i will be sending ending my streaming money elsewhere very interesting not surprising take from chris you are the coast of a podcast called the watch a long running podcast a hot. It looks closely a culture at large but particularly television a lot of t._v. Shows and disney plus. Here's my take on them. Don't care. I'd like to talk to you guys about the movies that were announced cheshire. Okay aside from the mandatory and i do care about this. Say which i care about all the there are two more stories memories t._v. shows. I'm sorry yet theoretically the mental learn is the only thing i have a clear percents of what it is and what it's going to be which actually does feel like the star wars show that we should have had like twenty five years ago very like <hes> grounded in the dirt small character look as opposed to the intergalactic battle kind of t._v. Show the other shows. I don't even know what are those shows. Isn't there a urine mcgregor. Obi obi wan the whole thing right. I think he's lovie wine. Even as i was saying it out loud i was like oh got him getting the names right. Am i getting the names right. Have you guys like a mandate. We're going to do a star wars episode so you should host and she she has ever told you. The story of this is a fun game to play. If you're like in a car and really board is you can ask you just tell you the plot of a movie a husband and i do this sometime and we maybe we should just do a podcast sometimes because it's really wild what people remember but famously i was asked to do the plot of star wars and i gave the entire plot with like intense analysis of the sexual tension between luke and leia and then also hans solo and the trash chute and all this stuff and just like did not mention the desktop the sexual tension between hansel and the trash chute. We are in russian. Oh yeah and i even got but at no point. Did i mention like the death star them blowing it up like the central plot of the movie just didn't exist in my brain spoiler. Sorry we have revealed views here officially that the death star is destroyed and star wars a new hope very sorry to everybody who hasn't seen episode four chris. Would you make the movie news non non non star wars edition so we got some moral news. We got a little look at the lady and the tramp live action yeah so for most of my life. Disney has been like a non factor <hes> it was a i never really grew up in disney household and a lot of these <hes> sort of legacy titles. Don't really mean a lot to me. I don't even know if i actually seen bambi like for instance. <hes> so a seminal event in movie history interesting to have the doorway into disney is marvel and star wars for me but now being introduced to this huge volume play and that that is kinda gonna come attendant with all this stuff and one of the things that we probably talk about when we get into the summer movie awards. That's been kind of confusing for me. This summer is having take things like aladdin seriously. You've been doing that no but it's like that takes up a lot of airspace. Have you seen either aladdin no yeah so you're not taking taking it serious. Oh i'm not taking it seriously but wouldn't you say that it plays a larger role in like pop culture in general because of the like the volume of the megaphone is that much louder pre everything builds everything else and now you've got these three things that disney legacy titles marvel and star wars say nothing of pixar and everything else that take up. I mean this is what you're saying a stranglehold on your brain. It's like sixty five percent of the airwaves man. It's true although in nineteen ninety-two aladdin was a big deal to so if you were hosting the watch which i don't know what would it have been call one thousand nine hundred smells like teen spirit yeah exactly if you were hosting smells like teen spirit the podcast you can get out of your windows media player six days to download it would still be forced to talk about and in some form or fashion but you're right the the the amount of mindshare that they have right now obviously is overwhelming and this is. I mentioned this biennial event. It doesn't happen every year the fact that it happened at this exact time while we're going through a me when wesley just had this conversation last week on the show we were like we are being choked out. You know brock listener has come to choke out with content. You guys get that referenced. I it's about wrestling. It's he wasn't in fighting with my family to today. Thank you to too much time on this podcast. I it is interesting like i could not help but see the announcement black panther too and just how far away that is. We are a thousand days away from black panther too. That's a long time. It's a it's become a cliche to say. We're all gonna be dead by then or the world will be on fire but it's possible that some things are significantly different culture at large a thousand days from now. We may not even have t._v.'s in one thousand days i don't. I don't know what's coming so to be planning that far ahead for something thing particularly something that is so anticipated yeah. I thought it was so strange. I thought it was almost like teasing away. That's funny because i had the opposite reaction which she's like this thing that we have been predicting for a long time which is disney as monopoly is here the this we have seen the realignment of the studios and the streaming services and kind of what the big names are going to be and we have been like well disney's just going to own everything and disney will have this movie and disney will have the streaming service and the men were in all of this i._p. And this was just the confirmation a certainty of okay they have consolidated. All of the i._t. Is together they have their distribution plan ready and disney plus and what what we expected to happen is going to happen and i have an easier time imagining how black panther too is going to fit into entertainment as we consume consumer than i do like basically any movie that a traditional movie studio is releasing or even most of the t._v. Shows on basic cable at this point but i think that the interesting thing that came out of some of these announcements between black panther being nine hundred days away and spider man being excommunicated from the is that there are a lot of people waiting on line. You know what i mean to get in to get their big screen time. There's a lotta characters. There's a lot of filmmakers producers who are all like so. This was a a huge hit and we've got to wait like four years and my guys gotta be in like a couple of thirty seconds spots and post credit sequences of the internals. That's you're telling me it's like that. I'm not single. Black panther would walk away from you. I don't think he michael jordan's. Not gonna get did going to do that but the spiderman thing i thought was indicative of indicative of so he being like let's go let's. Let's do another one most definitely but i think it's because while i think what you're saying is right that the playing field is kind of settled in a way that it's at least for the next next six to twelve months is going to be disney versus net flicks and then h._b._o. Max will come along and then you know. Universal will clarify what they're plays for the most part we we know what the short-term clarity around things but three years from now. I don't know if there's going to movie theaters close three years from now. I don't know if we will have have forty five hundred movie screens three years from now so getting that far ahead of ourselves. I think you're right chris that there's a desire to kind of plant flags. There's there has been mark. Harris has been writing about about this for coming up on ten years. Now this sort of like we plant our flag on a film that we don't even know what it is seven years ahead of time black panther too in particular those struck me as weird because it might be after the rise of skywalker. Maybe avatar to the most anticipated movie that exists that we're aware of world is that i am. I overstating it to say that will add. I think the avatar to is a good example. I mean not that. It's going to go black panthers. The wait between black panther one and two is nothing nothing resembling avatar in avatar too but it is indicative the fact that i think that like without seeing a single piece of footage. I think a lot of people are like. Does anybody still care about avatar. I was gonna ask coup is anticipating. I've talked to you besides get mine. I don't now i don't know but underestimate james cameron at your peril because this is what happened with titanic and this is what happened with avatar people were like is this going to be good. I don't know if i care about this and then boom biggest movie of all time and then biggest movie of all time twice he did that twice. People were like i don't know he lost his fastball. He's a weirdo. He loves to play with his toys doesn't understand humanity so i i wouldn't underestimate cameron trouncing

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WWE's Sasha Banks makes long-awaited return, destroys Natalya and Becky Lynch For The Win

Busted Open

14:46 min | 3 years ago

WWE's Sasha Banks makes long-awaited return, destroys Natalya and Becky Lynch For The Win

"Feels like a lot a new beginnings when you look at monday night raw. What was the newest beginning for you to me. It's sasha mbeki to me with sasha mbeki way way that played out and there's a lot of different layers to sasha and becky after what we saw last night i think sasha and becky the last night was done very very well. There people were invested. They were involved. They were a little little odd at times which toronto ten be especially with the way they treated natty. I was shocked to hear some of the response that there was but as far as physicality point of view from an intent point of view from a wow. This is where we're going to be going and we're excited from from my point of view. Sasha and becky got the job done and it was amazing. I sent out a tweet last night about sasha and and becky and the war has already begun. I don't know about you. Dave my social media was inundated with sasha and becky aki. Fans and man is split down the middle and man or they vocal and passionate about who they liked better. You know i'm glad you brought brought up that toronto crowd. We talked a lot about the crowd in toronto leading up the summer slam and how they're like a different type of crowd in toronto onta they could take over to show and we see that a lot of major cities but you don't know who they're going to boo and who they're going to cheer at summer slam. They seem to kind of follow their role. I it didn't feel like your typical. Toronto crowd completely different last night. Can you buy into the reaction that we heard in toronto when it came to sasha and becky last night yes absolutely and you know what even if i couldn't buy into the reaction on the television set i bought into the reaction the action myself. I'm not one of those guys that listens to the fans and reacts the way they do. I make my own decisions on what i seen seeing what i hear but there are a lot of people out there who will watch how the fans respond. They'll go in that direction. When i saw last night came off really well i mean i wasn't there a time. I don't know how far was back. Where where becky told natty that you you needed me yeah right. Did it becky lynn's til ninety nine hard. You need me now for your career yup well. I think that becky not needs sasha right. Now and last night was a great first step. Sasha hasn't been around a long time. I'm not quite sure why sasha hasn't hasn't been around in a long time. A lot of people on social media who are becky lynch fans seem to be burying sasha talking about how she went took her bat and her a ball and she went home and she's been bitching and moaning and crying. I don't get into all that stuff. All that i know is that she's been gone for a long time. She came back last night. She made an impact. Let me ask you this dave. Did you know from the minute. Her music hit that you were getting turn. Yes i did how outage because the reason why is because of becky like when when you look at becky right now and what she went through this past weekend whitney talia i got she got more support into toronto than i thought she would get and then you heard that crowd last night and you know this from social media becky's loved loved whether it's blind love or complete support. We've been dealing with it for months and months it's there. It's hard core so when sasha was gonna come out i i i had a feeling that this was going to be the few that they would go with you. Mentioned it has she had that right opponents since you won those titles at wrestlemania thirty eighty five i think the answer is no. Sasha is the perfect person for becky right now for me. It was the mimic the music hit. I knew the turn was coming and it wasn't because of anything that you had to say what point of the promo was natty at when sasha's music a kit when she was talking about her father. She's talking about the one year anniversary about jim the anvil neidhart dying passing away and all all of a sudden. That's when sasha decides to look at the music guy and go hit my music. Wow if that doesn't have he'll written all over it. I don't know what does so. I saw this coming from a mile away but it didn't matter. I was still into it. I thought the execution was great. Man the physicality we can analyze is the physicality between the chair shots the smack in the face i would i would not be shocked if some words were exchanged backstage and if there had to be a legitimate pull apart between those women wants. This was all said and done last night well. Let's get into that because i think it's it's worth getting into because there's a lot of me to that bone of what you just said bully and you talked about the physicality outside the ring when the attack attack happened. I let's go with the chair shots. A lot of people have been posting gifts of the chair shots at sasha's given becky. One looks like really nailed her in the back of the head. What did you think of those chair shots from sasha last night. Let's forget about what i thought i. What did you think i because you're the fan as is the fan. What did you think of those cheshire. I gotta be honest. I liked it. I it was hard hitting. It was physical. I didn't really notice about like now. You're looking at it up close and her getting nailed in the back of the head. There was some there was some real hatred behind. Those chair shots bully you know this. The chair has become a prop that you see almost all the time in the w._w._e. Correct yes saucy use as a tool that really told the story and had some angst so when i saw it last night i love what sasha dead. I think the angstrom there. I think the animosity was there. I i thought she used the chair appropriately. What we've seen so many other people use the chair but last night there was just something about that look on sasha's arches face that made those chair shots mean even more things got a little wonky because of positioning and the first two chair shots that sasha hit becky wit were clean and they were good. The third one was just okay okay because if you noticed by the third one sasha is now standing in front of becky and she's at the top of becky's head. You never wanna swing winging that angle. It's a really really bad angle and you're not able to properly swing that chair your most effective manner and then the fourth one came down and cry now <laughter>. It's cracked becky in the back of the head. Now it didn't full on cracker in the back of the head but the bottom of the chair kind of like where your thighs would rest on a chair. The chair was opening. You were sitting down that part. Hearted chair hit becky in the back of the head and that's when you see becky grab for the back of the head now. She didn't get caught with a lip. She got court with a smooth bottom. That's why we did not see her. Get busted open and then if you notice the minute she gets hit in the back of the head she she grabs the back of the head and she instinctually turns over to her side and goes into the fetal position. That's one of the body's defense mechanisms resumes the minute you feel like you're getting your ass kicked too hard you cover up and you go fetal in the animal kingdom. A lot of animals do that also as mammals we do that. You want to cover up. She goes into the fus fetal position but sasha wax her again in the arm and let me tell you from firsthand experience. When you get a hit in the arm in the shoulder it flat out sucks because you got a bone at the top of your shoulder that kind of sticks out and man when that metal comes comes slamming down into that bone it hurts and then you see becky flop right back over the good of the physicality was awesome. The intent the passion the thanks the anger the look on sasha's face told so much of a story like basically she was saying bitch. I'm coming back act takeover. Because i know superior wrestler. The negative was it could have been a little safer hope they go back and realize is that and make sure that they're great. Physicality is as safe as it can be now you mentioned like the chair shots and then that slap to the face and almost felt like like becky. Aki was kinda. Retaliating with the kicks you know do you get into that mode as as a competitor and as an athlete or just as a performer where yeah i that's. That's an instinct like right away. You get you get stung in the face. You're going to kind of come back with like a she gave up. I gave the push and then the kick. I mean is that retaliation. There is that instinct like what happened there with becky lynch i love the smack to the face and it made me chuckle because whenever whenever i would wrestle tommy dreamer it would always take him a while to get going in the match he would always be a bit lethargic when the bell rang and i would normally back them up to the corner and smack him as hard as i could in the face and that would wake him up and then he would just start throwing haymakers last night when i saw asada smack becky in the face i knew damn well that they were going outside of the box if i had the better dollar nobody. Nobody knew that that that was coming. Sasha didn't think to herself backstage. I'm gonna do this and not tell becky and i'm sure becky didn't know it was coming that smack woke becky up and then she says where's your balls at when you shaw becky kick back that was an instinctual she will kick that was getting my ass kicked and i have to defend myself and that little moment in time right there made made things very very real when sasha walks away. If you look at the smile on her face you saw a woman out out to prove something. You're only going to get one shot at this right there. Yep sasha's only gonna get one shot at returning and making an impact act and catching the lightning in a bottle so you can't go out there and sugarcoat anything you gotta go balls to the wall if anything goes wrong if deal with it backstage but it's all about catching that lightning in a bottle so i ask you did. They catch lightning last night. Yes they absolutely did. I said this to alex before the show like that. I i take it for that like <hes> you you you name the price i wanna see that because we've talked about becky and we talked about becky loyal fans that she has and what has she done and as she'd been booked and you know how it got watered down as we got closer to wrestlemainia thirty thirty five if you're putting her in the ring with sasha banks all that stuff gets completely thrown out the window just like last night how sasha i guess got got caught in the moment when she came out there us as fans yes. That's lightning in the bottle for us bully because i think this is the opponent that we've wanted to see becky go against all and why is this the perfect opponent for becky. Do you know why well bully you. Always say about getting in the ring with somebody. That's gonna rise to that next level. You always talk about you know. Hey you got you. Can't you can't fight your level or lower. You gotta get that person. That's a step up above saucers. That person that step above <hes> sasha is a better wrestler than becky becky is a is an over performer and at the top of the food chain right now becky can benefit from working with sasha because in being a better wrestler it gives becky an opportunity be to work up to the next level. Did you think that becky and natty was a good match. I thought it was a good match. There you go it was ah good because natty has been wrestling for a long long time and it made becky workup to nazis level and sasha being he probably in the top three women their saucers really good wrestler. I've put sasha over from day one on this show because survey in ring wrestling you video ability. I don't get caught up in that all that social media stuff with fans i looked at it strictly from the wrestling point of view and i know that this is going to bring out the best aston becky and if you don't believe me just go back and watch the stuff that they did an annex t like four or five years ago and again like what did we see when we saw charlotte charlotte and sasha we saw some of the best matches that we've seen in the women's division for a long time you put the dynamic of becky sasha especially with the fans and the interaction action. We're going to get for them. This is gonna take it to a completely different level in my opinion and the fan thing is the most interesting part last night like i said a sent out that tweet and then all of a sudden man it was like two waves hitting my twitter machine at the same time the becky fans and the shar and the and the sasha fans and and i could not believe the amount of sasha fans that actually were being vocal enough to they were saying she deserves it. I hope she's really hurt like. I couldn't believe that fans were hoping that becky was really hurt. I'll look at this from two points of view. Wow you're a real scumbag. If you're a fan who hopes that becky's really hurt and wow these girls did such a great job bob that these fans poured into it. It's a really good dynamic because i hear what you're saying. One point is like how could you say you hope. Somebody gets hurt but that you're that passionate it into it that you're actually going to post that tells you a story unto

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15 bodies found after raid on suspected militants in Sri Lanka

Dave Ramsey

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

15 bodies found after raid on suspected militants in Sri Lanka

"In early morning raid at a suspected safehouse in Sri Lanka as the search for people who may have been involved in the Easter Sunday terrorist bombing leads to a shootout security forces say suspected militants don't adept Nate three explosions inside that safe house. They found fifteen bodies including six children and a great quantity of explosives detonators suicide kits and Islamic state flags this operation is not yet done. The prime minister has warned the president is not of militant still on the run with explosive. This is exactly what they're warning about. What we don't know. Whether this is an end to that security operation, or whether they're going to keep looking keep coming because that could be more people out there Sky News correspondent, Tom Cheshire. There are concerns about possible additional attacks this weekend. Which is Easter Sunday for orthodox

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"cheshire" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"cheshire" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"cheshire" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cheshire" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"cheshire" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Well, the funny thing is I was I was in a meeting with the Cheshire TV. It's the local public access here. And I'm on the board of directors. There have been there for a long time in the same city manager. This Elizabeth dragon whose new has come into this the the board at C TV. So she's throwing her weight around with this restaurant over here. Right. Trying to get her way. Right. And then on the CD Bortis also coming into town throw her weight around and renegotiate the contract between the city and Cheshire TV because with these setups, the cable company collects a franchise fee, and then usually that franchise fee gets passed onto whatever television agency is providing that that content. Well, she wanted to come in. And completely change the way the the way the system had worked for more than. A decade, which was that just your TV would get from the city the franchise fee at some point. They changed it to ninety percent of the franchise fee in the city would keep ten percent supposedly us on their own video equipment, and you know, like our broadcasting or whatever it's supposed to be for a specific purpose. Right. So it's been nine hundred ten for a long time. And this woman comes in. And she proposes oh, well, how about we just give you a static amount of fourteen thousand in some change. And then we'll put a provision that. If the amount goes down that we received from Time Warner what's now spectrum. From spectrum. We'll we'll be able to reduce what we give to you. So there's no provision to go up. Right right revision is only to reduce and I you know, I tried to explain to the board. This is not in our best interests this. It's she throws in an extra five hundred bucks a month to cover the cost of an accountant that the city requires that we have. So she basically dangles this extra five hundred which does make it a little bit more than what they're currently receipt. I was gonna say it was a number based on average current span. Correct. Okay. Right. So they're getting five hundred dollars extra more. But no chance to ever raise it beyond that. So so she comes in there to throw her weight around there, and she made this bizarre comment during the meeting at one point it was toward the end where she actually made the statement that she didn't want to deal with anymore city departments that that's they don't want to take over Chester TV. She doesn't want another city department. She says, so maybe she would support going ahead and eliminating the health department or the zoning board or the planning board, and you know, people in every town USA had to deal with this stuff. Oh, yeah. And and business owners are constantly having to deal with licensing and regulation, and you know, there's different levels in different towns for sure. As you pointed out one of the worst in New Hampshire. The way it seems. So anyway, it's great news that keen great the new far restaurant that made international headlines is going to be able to have their name and their logo. In fact, the owner said this in an Email to me, quote, we stood our ground regarding our business name and on the basis of the first. And then we defended it the city cannot regulate content further nowhere in the contract. Did it stipulate that we could not use that business name? Sign back in April with the name. Teen great right there on the contract. Yeah. So if it were an issue, they should have made an issue of it, then because then you're on you're not in the least you can be like, well, we're not going to sign that at least with you. Maybe they didn't.

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"cheshire" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

Jenna & Julien Podcast

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"cheshire" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

"Everybody knew what area fifty one was. And speculated what went on there? So ancient alien theorists have called this a smokescreen to divert attention away from areas fifty two fifty three fifty four who knows right, right? So most people are familiar with fifty one. Some conspiracy surrounding include the storage examination reverse engineering of crashed Ilian spacecraft including material supposedly recovered at Roswell. The study of their occupants living dead grey aliens of they had one whatever and the manufacturer of aircraft aircraft based on alien technology. People think that maybe there were meetings or joint undertakings with extraterrestrials the development of exotic energy weapons for strategic defense initiative STI or other weapons programs the development. Of means of weather control, the development of time travel and teleportation technology, the development of unusual and exotic propulsion systems related to Aurora programme activities related to a supposed shadowy one world government or the majestic twelve organization. Many of the hypotheses concern underground facilities at groom or Pappas lake. Also known as the s four location, eight point five miles south and include claims, a transcontinental underground railroad railroad system, a disappearing airstrip named the Cheshire airstrip after Lewis Carroll's Cheshire cat, which briefly appears when water is sprayed onto its came flushed asphalt, an engineering based Iliad technology publicly available satellite imagery. However, it showed that there. So Cheshire cat airstrip. Anyways. What I saw this episode was about the transcontinental underground railroad situation going on under air. Fifty one. And there are people that have hypothesized that existed. And I thought that was cool. You know, but where's all the Dirk go just like everybody else? If you're building this gigantic underground basilica under area, fifty one or other places. How can we just t- heat or the government cover up that we're like digging miles and miles and miles underground like that would look like an enormous construction site. No, maybe also care. This will this is the theory. Until I heard this theory on the show from a minor in Nevada specifically Rachel Nevada outside of area. Fifty one at the ten Pete mine that claims the government is using a process called heap. Leaching to get rid of the dirt. His name is heap. Leaching heap like a big heap pile leaching. Kristen Christian Grenell. He's a mine owner north very fifty one. He says the area fifty one you see on Google images is the fifties. Sixties and seventies there underground now if you were looking at them from a satellite image wouldn't know they're building underground. So where's the jerk going? He claims that it's going into nearby mines like the Tempete mine and using heap leaching, which is they pile up the ore into a large mountain in the nearby mines hundreds of feet high and then they run hoses through it every two feet or so and they Leach in mercury and cyanide. And it takes boulders and basically breaks them down into nothing. Yeah. But I think your leftover all of my minor friends in the comments, you if you want to help chime in and don't fully understand this process. But I think what you're like the process was originally developed to take enormous pieces of rock, you take cyanide in mercury dangerous chemicals, and you inject them into this rock in it. You're left with the natural over so like gold, silver and all that breaks down completely. Yeah. But what you'd be left with is the things are looking for. But it's controversial in that. You probably going to poison some drinking water, you know, you probably destroying shit tons of land. Yeah. I don't know ton about it. But that's just what this guy claims. Into a no suspicion of local miners. They take all the gold and silver. And you know, whatever is left over from the heap leaching, and they give it to the local local miners as hush money. Visit. In what in their end of the deal? The what they're getting out of it as they get to secretly do. All this underground construction exploring. Yeah. We'll because you know, in the middle of Nevada is all in theory. None of this. When is supposedly take place right now. That's hard to believe that they're giving people. Gold is hush money right now like seal. Well, solicit, but even anything hush money. Well, listen..

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Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Marvel Villain

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

07:08 min | 4 years ago

Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Marvel Villain

"Every morning Country game question of Wichita with pinky and Boehner you're on with Johnny Depp used to do that show Yeah great cooking segments you can. Just have them do one interview with one person and just have everyone else use clips of that interview. Then I want to do that Wait a minute so, you try to tell me if you put, him, on with Robin Roberts on GMA that and, he, said, something. That, makes news. That every. Newscast. In the country. Isn't, gonna use a, clip of that and also say well Johnny Depp was out promoting his new movie blah blah blah yeah of course. They are okay here's an example They will do, it, but, Robin. Roberts, is now. Going to. Skew. It towards her Her agenda you can't just do one interview, it's like right now Howard Stern will. Get people on for. An hour or so Brad Pitt goes on with Robin Roberts he's got five minutes if Howard Stern he gets one hour. Is, he gonna have to, talk about other things that he probably doesn't want to yeah but for good. Forty five minutes of that hour and I've done a. Show four or five times. You. Get to talk about what you wanna talk about. You can control the dialup Johnny Depp does not wanna. Talk about punching that guy he does not, want to talk about, why he's bro so. He goes to talk about the movie. Save programs that yes and I get that and that's why people are getting divorced they don't wanna do red carpets because they. Know that they're going to get. Is. It's it's a whole Hollywood sort of ring and that's the. Way it's done EKG I'm gonna, go. Get, one of those, after the show today Caitlyn Jenner wants to. Play marvel villain oh in. This week special variety issue on? Transgender Hollywood Caitlyn Jenner, I want to name her what would you would she be It wouldn't be a villain on Like on JAMES. BOND I'm thinking of one. Away JAMES BOND had a trans JAMES BOND Barbara broccoli Bravo. And cubby. Broccoli, data trans sexy woman in one thousand nine hundred seventy four I believe yeah it was a, man, who used to be. A woman and nobody. Knew what it, was. Like oh it's a bond girl she's totally hot. Man y'all. Got duped boom so like they're, aware head of their time, nowadays. It'll be she wants to be a villain and. That's, a little okay fine? But she doesn't want to be a bond girl okay didn't? The transgender. Thing isn't she a little old to. Be. Playing a villain movie no villains I just watched deadpool. Two last night fantastic. And Josh Brolin's fifty something. And he was the villain You got how old is Caitlin Sixty-nine I think is that? Too old to play a villain That's the name the villain's name is sixty nine Electro sixty-nine yes yes yes Wrap it. Up. It's, done I think you. Can have. An older villain nobody cares. Faye Dunaway was. The, villain, supergirl remember that well listen think about the last bond that I saw Leo terell and it was the guy. Married to the hot, Spanish they're both. From Spain and he was he was he was he was ugly jacked up face and, he took his. Jaw out heavier bar them it's like fifty, is married to hot one but Caitlin always wants. To be, glam doubt though I'll. Please you're acting you gotta you gotta ugly. Yourself up for a row look at look, at Charlene's on in Halle Berry. Steve Edwards for his role here's a story that neither one of us have to worry about and, positive people are. Universally hated A study conducted you I think I am positive but go ahead showed that, highly cooperative and. Generous people can attract hatred and social placement, especially in competitive environments dear this manifestation of tall. Poppy syndrome, comes about especially when. We syndrome think about the dreaded office optimists. Are making us look bad the report concluded, study published recently in the psychological. Science magazine found that cooperative behavior attracted punishment most often in groups whose members compete with one another This was even the. Case when punishing or going after the do-gooder. Lessen the benefits for the entire group including the punisher or this is, human nature are, these psychology professor I don't care what study said always. I always try to be, positive in a situation even though something sock and sometimes you're going through a bad time, just try to be. Grateful try to be I know it sucks I, know trust me I've had two divorces I found a birth family I I can. Tell you have come on this study is one hundred and ten percent accurate k. the nicest. Person the nicest person I know and I don't know Well thank you well. We've worked together for years. I think you could say the embarrassing receptionist. At my dentist's office okay ways syrupy sweet okay that's too much I'm, not syrupy sweet, but she really genuinely a syrupy Too much for me and so they tell you look sake come. Across as a little disingenuous okay so this. Is the news that she's got a break to, you first of. All. You, got the. Root, canal and she's got a. Schedule the appointment and having her be so nice just ask insult. To. Injury how. They're. Smart. They hired somebody. Sugary sweet to tell, your cavity cavities are Jackie yeah Yeah and then she tells. You how much it cost oh so she breaks, bad news to. You And she doesn't show with? This. Cheshire cat smile on her face the goes from. Year, to year but did you like her Not, after she told me. I needed a root canal k. wanted, to slap her in the face I. Can't but generally speaking she she got a lovely she's a. Lovely person of the problem Why, do you think I was a hostess till they found out my true colors and I couldn't lie. To people, host is is, with, the most you see. People smoking not smoking joking come on Atala joke They hire the people that have a personality. That get, and I I like people I can get along, with you but you gotta at some point and, I listen I don't know who that person would be in. This joint who do you think is the happiest person here who walks around smiling, like there whistling Dixie out of. Their assets Well. This is AM radio. This is the complaint department alive listen I didn't know am radio I joined. Here I talked to people on the FM side I talked to her I love it I love. It and I remember Saint people, saying oh my God what are you doing in the. FM status, I don't know talking everybody people are nice Rhonda, Kramer is nice this is the information that she, conveys is not always as nice as her that's her peeling. Out getting away from us right now by the way that sound in the nice, when I tell you four hours So you're basically the receptionist.

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Genetically modified babies given go ahead by UK ethics body

KRLD Programming

04:19 min | 4 years ago

Genetically modified babies given go ahead by UK ethics body

"Cable TV station Fox News Although seven million people in northwest England will be affected, by a hosepipe ban early next month United Utilities is bringing in restrictions after weeks of dry weather and little prospect of adequate rainfall correspondent Danny savage reports. Reservoir levels across northwest England are getting lower and. Lower even United Utilities largest reserves in the lake district of beginning, to dry up in places, so the company says action is needed from Sunday the. Fifth of August what's known as a temporary use ban will come into effect for its customers across parts of Cumbria all, of Lancashire Cheshire and the conurbations of the northwest the ban will restrict the use of hosepipes or sprinklers for watering private gardens and washing private cars but customers. Will still be able to water their gardens with a watering can and wash their vehicles using a bucket and sponge. United Utilities says the ban will be called off if there is sustained rainfall between now and the beginning of. Next month A British medical, ethics body says that. The use of gene editing to alter the, DNA of human embryos shouldn't be ruled out as long as the science and its impact on. Society a carefully considered UK law bans the practice at the moment but the Nuffield council on bioethics suggested could in time become an option for parents to correct genetic faults concerns have been, raised that this could open the door to designer babies professor Karen young. Who chairs the council's, working party told us it. Was important to talk, about gene editing where very clear that we do not think the time is right to contemplate a, change in the law but what we do think we, need now and rather urgently is an open and inclusive public discussion about what we think it means, to have these technologies available and how we think we should govern them responsibly and whether and in what ways we think it is appropriate or, not to go forward with these technologies the prisons minister Rory Stewart has pledged that the government will significant Reduce the amount of drug taking in the ten worst-affected jails in England and Wales within the next year he was speaking to file on four which has been investigating. The impact of the illicit, drugs trade on jails and communities, are home affairs correspondent Danny Schorr reports the use of illegal drugs including the synthetic cannabis spice has been. Blamed for much of the instability and violence in prisons criminal gangs us, band, mobile phones to coordinate supplies which are brought in by. Prisoners visitors and corrupt staff figures seen by following four show that five hundred seventeen people were prosecuted last year for smuggling illicit items into prisons an. Increase of almost a third on twenty thirteen Rory Stewart the prisons minister said he would be held to task if he didn't get on top of the problem I've chosen grouper prisons with some of the worst drug impacts brought in a drug task force my hope that I can demonstrate in twelve months that we, would have significantly reduce. Their trophies Mr. Stewart said x. Ray scan Honours were being trialed imprisons in order to improve searches. The government so aims to us new legal powers and smarter technology to block mobile phone signals to. Disrupt the criminal drug networks More than twenty people were injured when a blob of hot lava from the killer way of volcano in Hawaii hit a tour boat the. Tourists, had been watching molten rock from the volcano pour into the ocean when, their boat, was struck by what the authorities described as a lover bomb time is now. Ten past state well the government just managed to survive in the house of Commons last night three votes but to quote, the Duke of Wellington think was a damn close run thing and he only had to defeat Napoleon at Waterloo once the. Government must go into, battle against the Brexit rebels again tonight and they wouldn't have scraped through last night and made. Some pretty big concessions to the rebels rebels in their own party and by appeasing them. They have created new enemies tempting to think that went into and had it easy by comparison let's talk to the Trade secretary Liam Fox in a moment but first our political editor Laura coons Berg Laura, tempting to suggest that if the checkers deal was dead last week it's even better today on while I think that many..

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Trump doubles down on trade war with China by rolling out new tariffs

Red Eye Radio

01:45 min | 4 years ago

Trump doubles down on trade war with China by rolling out new tariffs

"To wake up asking for their mother and father we see children who can't eat can't sleep president trump blames democrats saying he's just enforcing the law but no law mandates the separation and all five living first ladies have now spoken out against the policy laura bush writing in the washington post this zero tolerance policy is cruel it is immoral and it breaks my heart michelle obama re tweeting mrs bush's op ed adding sometimes truth transcends party abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vega exactly a week after a summit with president trump chinese state media reporting north korean leader kim jong un is in beijing for a third visit in the past three months tom cheshire with abc news partners sky news is in beijing it might be worrying for the us north korea frederick back in the past how this very effective strategy of playing great pows off against each other when it was in days of the cold war used to go to the soviet union that china and extracts as much that kid from both i'm trying to pay them off against each other that might be happening now with china and the us and president trump is threatening to slap more tariffs on chinese imports the president says a ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars worth of goods will go into effect if china doesn't make changes in its trade practices the threat follows china's refusal to make trade concessions after the us impose tariffs on fifty billion dollars imports china calls trump's new threat and active extreme pressure and blackmail you're listening to abc news hey it's mac watson for the joint chiropractic now that the kids are out of school summers here you're not on your regular schedule maybe you've got some great trips coming up to get out of the arizona heat they'll great but make sure before you pack up the family for a road trip or maybe hop on that plane make sure you take a trip to the joint and i promise you'll be glad you did the.

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Fort Myers, North Carolina and Greensboro discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

01:43 min | 4 years ago

Fort Myers, North Carolina and Greensboro discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine

"In the western caribbean that may build into the season's first tropical depression in the gulf of mexico nuclear threat from north korea continuing coverage around the clock con wsb north korea claims it's demolished a nuclear test site in front of international reporters including sky news tom cheshire kamer year extremely loud and a lot of the hill came down with this tunnel and they put off sedation cabin is made out of wood to complete slithering they were not allowed to get up close for verification president trump now appears to be backing off immediate denuclearization of north korea as a condition of next month's summit he tells fox and friends this morning he may accept it in phases democrats are no longer barred from a classified briefing today about fbi sources in the russia investigation republicans have been demanding to see these classified documents about surveillance the justice department said they didn't want to turn them over they were fearful that confidential sources could be exposed democrat's outrage about being shut out but now both sides today are going to get to see those documents abc's cecilia vega reports the president today on fox describes people the top of the fbi is rotten apples read more on jamie dupree's blog at wsbradiocom nfl owners meeting here in atlanta order players on the field to stand during the national anthem or the team gets find president trump weighs in on fox stand proudly for the national anthem president rich mckay tells wsb team will talk over how it responds the jets owner is promising to pay any fine if one of his players takes a knee the coast guard suspends its search for greensboro north carolina man went overboard during a carnival cruise fiftyyearold brian lamont's was reported missing off fort myers after the ship paradise left tampa for key west wsb news time nine thirty two georgia's going to elect.

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Yale, Yale University and President discussed on First Light

First Light

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Yale, Yale University and President discussed on First Light

"And to do by the way it was a good faith cheshire a spokesman for the south korean government says the country welcomes the us north korean talks south korea's president moon jaein will be in washington on may twenty second to meet with trump ahead of his sit down with kim moon met with kim last month when the two leaders pledged to denuclearize the region and end the korean war that's correspondent tasha chin we'll on tuesday a white graduate student at yale called police on a black student who had fallen asleep in the common room at their residence yale's vice president says police eventually upgraded the white students but the incident has sparked outrage about profiling and policing evan after she was woken up by a fellow grad student at yale university residents malaysian bola began broadcasting live on facebook she said the white woman called police on her because she was napping in a common room i have absolute this is business facebook live i need to go back to the cell phone is finished writing my paper what's your she claimed it was the second time the woman called police on a black yale student inside the building a few days ago seeing bullets said the woman called cops on a black male student who was in the building for meeting i was sleeping in common room she comes in and turn the lights on why are you sleeping you you're not supposed to be sleeping her i'm going to call the police on you when they got to the residents they asked to see see and bolas student id she felt it wasn't necessary once she showed the officers that she had the key for her room if you prove that i live here we would leave open i just opened the door to my apartment thank you for why unverified get out of your hair how's sounded over.

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Madagascar vanilla now more expensive than silver

Marketplace All-in-One

02:03 min | 4 years ago

Madagascar vanilla now more expensive than silver

"Already includes ness cafe and espresso the company's coffee and creamer segment reportedly generates about eighteen billion dollars and as part of its beverages category which was the fastest growing segment in two thousand seventeen the move positions nestle to better compete with investment company j a b holding which has been snapping up us coffee brands over the last several years jb's portfolio now includes california's pete's coffee cure green mountain espresso house and caribou coffee under terms of the deal which is subject to regulatory approval five hundred starbucks employees will move over to nestle but remain in seattle nestle shares are slightly higher on the news in london i'm the bbc's victoria craig for marketplace now it might just be plain old vanilla but don't underestimate the value of the spice as the bbc's money more shihri reports vanilla is now more expensive than silver cookie dough chocolate brownie creme brulee whatever your favorite flavor vanilla the keying ingredient for sweet treats is now off to saffron the second most expensive spice in the world snuck breeze ice cream is run by three sisters in cheshire revis screen i run this business with my sisters tannery kisii and we make three to four tons of ice cream a week i we make thirty to forty flavors all year round the families being channing ice cream for thirty years but the cost of this key ingredient is starting to bite wealth and then a has gone up by thirty times what it was a company is a guy and so at the business we decided to absorb the cost of the bonilla price so everyone's carrying scraping the sisters insist they'll stick with the real thing but other ice cream businesses are taking vanilla off the menu yes the price continues to go up then we will have to united but if none the crunchy and have an where we can take other business.

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