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Fresh update on "christina" discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"Kid feels they're going on and we have a name for these celebrities behaving badly. That name is D bag. Presenting Lord and Lady douche bag of day. I mean, I don't know celebrities. Yes, well known people Jeffrey Epstein and Dylan Maxwell. Oh, God dead one, and I know we just talked about them in the last segment. But we're going to talk about him again because Um And like you, said Bradley, we kind of have, like a let this settle a little bit. We haven't been paying a whole lot of attention to The story. It hasn't moved anywhere, really? The story about Delaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein. But ah, Virginia defray Geoffrey, who was Kind of one of the first whistle blowers or at least kind of public. Whistleblowers of Jeffrey Epstein. Who claims that she spent two years as one of his sex slaves on At many of his property is Jeffery Epstein's. She was on a podcast called Broken, seeking Justice, and she was talking about the kind of Girls that Jeffrey Epstein wanted to recruit for this sex slavery ring that he was kind of the head of, and One of the things, she says, is that he wanted quote, tanned bodies. Petite bodies and pre pube Essen bodies, and they she explains that Jeffrey Epstein had the girls on ridiculous diet, she says it was all organic. It was like Shaved salmon on a bed of pilaf for couscous and vegetables. It was never carbs. You couldn't fill up. They wanted you to look a specific way They would fill them up on fruit platters and food that wasn't really food. Because the goal was to keep them looking. Prepubescent. Yeah, And that's why he's my D bag. That's now It's super nasty and again, like I keep saying, it's when you think you've reached the end of the nastiness and like the horror of that story around Jeffrey Epstein You hear new details that are so disturbing on. That's just one of them. So anyway, D bags To put it mildly. It's like, really double disgusting. Her. Yeah, it was its own brand. Of debate. Fruit platters, couscous. Um, how is that supposed to make you look prepubescent so well, she just said they didn't feed them a lot. They wanted them to have like these lean bodies. So they never gave them anything with a lot of carbs that would fill them up. They wanted them to be lean and pre pubescent, appearing. Growth. Okay, let's move on to another d bag. Sad. That's a sad D bag. Okay, I This is a story I don't care about. But the coverage of the story that I don't care about is what makes it a D bag today, So I'm just going to give a general broad brush of The media to this D bag. Have you been following Terek, El Moussa and Christina. Her name is now but not not for much longer and stood I mean, not really. Look, I I I sometimes watch her show and her show is like sitting on the code. Yeah, and it's you know, it's one of those things to rest your eyeballs on on the weekends when you're doing other things, and aren't they like the original flipper floppers? Yes. What's there? I don't remember. It doesn't matter. But so for those of you who know who these people are just saw this weird juxtaposition yesterday. Which said that Christina instead is splitting from aunt and said, Yeah, that's a thing on. I was like, I didn't just get the area. It was less than two years ago, in fact, that they got married, and now we're already learning that the two are getting divorced. They've made the difficult decision to separate Which, you know, I mean, Look, I ain't trying to You know? Good luck, Teo, Ma'am and sir, But like they're celebrities. They're also its publication ship. I almost said Celebration ship. Well, it's like a whole other elevation ship. Come on, Actually. No, you don't get to hear. Well, you're going to be celebrating. Thank you, Dolly by yourself. Anyway, so I saw the story that they were breaking up and then literally within the next breath. You saw the following story that Terek el Moussa had posted a photo. Of him and his Is that wife looking happy and super? You know, super content with life as it was almost sort of like it felt like a finger in the in the eye, you know, to Christina, like, Oh, look, I'm so sorry about your divorce. My wife, my wife, My happily married wife and I are very sorry. That you have another failed marriage and US weekly, in particular stands out because they're article is exclusive. Terek is sad for ex wife Christina made her split from and well, he's getting in married, So I think the woman then he's with Terek. They're getting engaged, and they like to share exclusive nuggets of their relationship tabloids. They're clearly trying really hard to ride this story for attention, which is kind of sad, right? He? He's quote sad that Christine is going through a hard time, but he didn't think they would last. I mean, that's just douches thing to say right? Like I feel really bad for them, but I could have told you so. I will say it if it's pretty like I don't know People who choose to live their life out in public. I mean, don't you kind of open yourself up to being judged by people, though? Well, yeah. Also can how Beach, HGTV. Celebrities are have their own club. It's its own breed. Oh, for sure, it's AH club of HD TV celebrities and sort of food network, but not all. Some of them belong in the same bucket, right? And it's like what bucket but it's the kind of one trick pony But I want to have a lot of celebrity. But they don't do much else other than flip or flop. Well, also, it makes me wonder because we haven't spent much time digging into the poblacion ships of T T V, So I don't know how much to believe. Like. No doubt there are keen Ah, you know, keen eyed listeners who are also viewers of HD TV. Who will be like, Well, actually, if you know the real story, Cristina blah biddy bloo. Cause they're paying attention, right? We're just not paying attention. All I'm seeing is that like Christina's getting divorce in less than two years and her husband, her ex husbands like, Oh, that's unfortunate. Look at me and my happy fiance. Also, I totally thought coming and his fiancee is on selling sunset, which that is the thirstiest bunch of people. Here's the other thing. I think I've I've also zeroed in on the Kind of HD TV show that I don't love and it's the kind that also focuses on the relationships of the people on it, and not just on the task at hand. So this is one of those where I watched the show, and I'm all I'm thinking when they're doing family shots is I don't care about that. Show me the house. So are you Not like a chip and Joanna game? No, I'm not. I know. I know. I'm sorry. Them's fighting words only more. No. Do you know I'll tell you what my favorite My favorite HD TV show is you guys and.
Christina Anstead splits with husband of less than 2 years
"Speaking of splits surprising This is a surprising, but the other one was not surprising. Yeah. That was a long time. An answer said are done. He's married. It's an An said, right? Yeah. I always makes them up with the other aunt and dead one is in deck. Yeah. So Christina El Moussa formerly El Moussa that's Rude Christina El Moussa Formosa who got divorced from Tarek El Moussa and spinoff and got her own surly Christina's beach house or whatever. On the coast on the coast married this guy in instead a two years ago, two years ago I started dating three years ago and it was like happily ever after were away from the toxic Tara Mussa vibes we didn't think those were. We thought those were a little bit. Remember the whole incident with the gun. Oh Yeah that's shady anthony for good. Yeah. So they're apparently getting a divorce or splitting up and she's pregnant. She had a kid with him they etiquette or she's pretty edited together you get together. meanwhile, Christina, an aunt aunt sets friends or quote shocked to hear about the split quote. They seemed happy. This is an exclusive. I mean I feel like I I keep hearing about them too because they're always in the news they seem happy to me they seem to happy I can be the source they seem happy you asked me what I Thought About Christina El Moussa Indian says Gina and and that said, I would say they seem happy. Here's one of the the insider quotes Christina and aunt had been very private about this and friends are shocked to hear about the news because they seemed happy together, and while in front of others now, the voice here is what confuses me the Pov? Christina. An aunt have been very private about this and friends are shocked to hear the news because they seem happy together. So this sounds like it's not from an actual friend. It sounds like a friend of a friend right because because why would if I was their friend? Wowed I S- be saying friends are shocked to hear.
Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast
"The Gulf Coast braced for tropical Storm beta. Even if thousands they're still cleaning up from Hurricane Sally here, CBS's Jim Christina. Thousands of people in the Southeast without powers, the cleanup and damage assessment from Hurricane Sally gets underway. The storms winds blew a huge oak tree on the very helter brands home near will be a level bam. We just heard something on
Boston's Harvard Law School students pay tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Car, but then SKW Visi Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Tom Huff. Here is what's happening. The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, BBC TV's Christina Rex tells us Ginsberg briefly briefly attended attended Harvard Harvard Law Law School. School. Justice Justice Ruth Ruth Bader Bader Ginsburg Ginsburg started started her her loss loss schooling schooling here here at at Harvard Harvard Back Back in in 1956. 1956. Eventually, Eventually, she she moved moved to to New New York York to to finish finish her her law law studies. Students here at the college tonight. Tell me, they're shocked and saddened by the news of her death. It's gonna take a while to process. The news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death hit Harvard students deeply as they got news alerts on their phones first found out I couldn't believe it because I think RBG fact that she's continued to stick with that and continue to fight. For us kind of. I kind of thought that you know she'd win. Keep going. This makes the Supreme Court one of the most important issues in the presidential election. Kent Green Fields of BC Law is a former Supreme Court clerk, he says Ruth Bader Ginsburg, affectionately known as RBG is an idol for young girls. My home It'll daughter knows who RBG is, and is saddened by the news to May. And I think they're know the story of my daughter is the story of a millions of little girls around the country. She she looks like this frail little woman, but she was a fierce warrior for justice. I think that many of us who loved her and loved her work just to really just wanted her to live forever. The thought on so many people's minds right now, what does
Boston - Body Of Missing Boater Pulled From Auburn Reservoir
"Mass now where officials in Auburn say divers recovered a missing boaters body this morning out of dark Brooke Reservoir. More from W. B. C. TV's Christina Hager, not a call reporting. The boating accident came in. in. At At about about six six o'clock o'clock last last night. night. A A rescue rescue boat boat on on a a dive dive team team from from the the Fire Fire department department went went into into the the water water and and electric electric Lake, Lake, also also known known as as Dark Dark Brooke Brooke Reservoir Reservoir here here in in Auburn. Auburn. It's It's a a man man made made reservoir, reservoir, the the state state police police air air wing wing was was up up as as well. well. They They were were looking looking for for a a missing missing boater boater who who had had been been spotted spotted earlier earlier in in his his boat boat on on the the water. water. The The search search was was called called off at nightfall and then resumed again this morning and then in about 7 30, a search dog hit on the area around that island, and that's what divers focused on this point. No word on the victim's name who's described only as a local resident, or what might have caused that accident.
Police investigating deadly double shooting in Boston's Charlestown neighborhood
"On Decatur Street in Charlestown. Here's W B c TVs Christina Rex police say around 7 30. They got a call for shots fired and a car accident. They say when they got to the scene. They found two men in their mid twenties together in one of those cars, badly injured from gunshot wounds that they say one of the men died and the
Nurses die as US hospitals fail to contain Covid-19
"Nurses, across the country have been dying from covid nineteen due to their professions. Inherent dangers will discuss the strain. This has put on hospitals and the protections put in place to guard hospital staff at all levels with Christina Jewett senior correspondent for Kaiser Health. News thank you for coming on today. Thank you appreciate it in my conversations with various nurses in different capacities within the hospital system to a person female male cardiac care I see you every single one and I know this is anecdote Oh. But just for me, every single one is. Concerned about catching, Kovic Nineteen infecting relatives or? On the job is this fear nationwide from what you see far as I can tell it is coast-to-coast a problem I mean, I've been talking to nurses for months now and they have a number of concerned a lot of them have said they're not told who among their colleagues and patients has Koga a lot of hospitals are actually mixing. into sort of a general patient population and they're also being asked to reuse p. p. e., that six months ago they would have been written up or fired for reducing key in the way that they're required to right now. So there is like. When I talked to slow I know that there might be Hicfa concerns involved with not knowing which of someone's colleagues may have tested for covert nineteen but is there any way from where you sit where nurses are other medical professionals can be alerted if someone within their ward or someone on their floor might have tested positive. Contact tree thing I mean there's a nationwide push inside hospitals and health facilities also on the county health department level two alert people if they've been exposed and try to find out who's been in touch with so you're expect to go ahead and cost, but it's not you know you know form how it's being done on when and where it's being done. I've talked to nurses who had to really do their own leg words to find out you know sometimes they were told just sort of vaguely they were exposed to figure out what happened in which patient was it and how much contacting paycheck. So there's a wide range of consumer healthcare workers talking to. You made mention of. The and having to reuse it many times. Medical professionals have to reuse it. We're a good seven seven and a half months in this covid nineteen crisis here in America what policies or practices to your mind have been changed or improved to better protect nurses and other medical professionals. From what I've heard? Problems are improving a little bit. There are efforts to conserve PP and a lot of that involves disinfecting an ninety five respirator and I have heard concerns about that because there's a variety of ways that happened somewhat chemicals. Light and are sort of different benefits and drawbacks to those processes and I've talked to nurses who feel like they're sort of being experimented on in real time you. Try, this method and sort of see how it works and nurses who feel like they're gonNA stay healthy or not depending on processes. So the TV's attrition I think is getting better but I think the reuse uses still pretty widespread. When I began my conversation with you, we were talking more on a micro level in other words on a person to person level on a nurse to nurse level and their concerns on a macro level within the industry. Is there a shortage of just nursing staff or is it trending in that direction as it is more and more difficult to either find enough support staff or nurses to cover all the shifts given the increase in workload? Not Staffing companies have seen big UPTICKS and demand surges and sort of places and times when cases were really on the ride and I've also heard anecdotally that nurses are in some places leaving profession, and of course, they're dying you know as far as the national shortage I don't know if that's the case I haven't really heard that but I know there's Concern that there could be a second wave in the fall and that gives sort of hospitals and nursing homes all that more incentive to really sort of try to take care of their staff. He found the safe as they can't get him some rest. You talk about that second wave does this change fundamentally with the inclusion of the flu virus in this equation? Is a variable I assume we would have a larger need for hospital staff but does the flu present any particular challenge from where you sit you know the thing I've heard about the flu is that usually in the US at the time of the year through the Southern Hemisphere in the southern hemisphere from what I understand isn't seeing much through but I've heard. As far as the second wave in the follow the concerns that what colder climates everyone goes back indoors and sort of the concerned about the spread gets a lot more like cute when everyone sort of stuck together in a building versus out and about the in wide open air. So that's kind of what I've heard about the second wave but I'm probably not. The foremost expert on that topic?
How COVID accelerated a 20-year surge in demand for pets
"The pandemic is driving up demand for pets. There's an expert out there who says there was already a growing demand for pets, particularly dogs You're about to hear from Mark Cushing. He's the CEO of the Animal Policy group. He's the author of a book called Pet Nation. The Love Affair that changed America. And here's what he says is causing all of this is what he told Yahoo News. The truth is covert accelerated, but it just reflects what's been a 20 year, Serge And demand for Pat's particularly dogs. Adam and we have a shortage. I put the shore aged between 1 to 2 million dogs per year, forcing us to go overseas to some pretty rough neighborhoods. The supply needs. Who knew wanted two million shortage a year there were importing so this the extent that we have to go overseas to get them. I mean, we always thought that you're no spaying and neuter and the shelters are full and right. Well, that kind of might be the case. Because we drilled down a little bit deeper right now, and Cushing says that there's a network of animal shelters all across the U. S. And they shared dogs with each other. So when one shelter runs out, another shelter sends more. There are pockets in the deep South, Lower Midwest in southwest for shelters are full of animals. Most shelters air out of dogs. By noon on Saturday, and I'd say in the Greater New York area if you're looking for a dog, you better get there on Thursday or Friday. Shelters supply about 25% of all dogs annually. And so the issue isn't the fact that shelters are chock full when people don't want a shelter, puppy. No, no, The issue is there just aren't enough dogs. Southern shelter. Send dogs to the Northeast East. Tennessee Feeds Buffalo, Alabama, please. New Jersey, Mississippi feeds Minneapolis. Ella feeds Porter Ryan from originally in Seattle. So there's kind of a canine freedom train ad hoc economy here a sufficient But it's reflecting the fact that the shelter's particularly above the Mason Dixon line, and anybody remembers that phrase don't have dogs. So Christina they're moving dogs from shelter to shelter all across America, because some have greater demand than others. And why didn't we get into the pet industry? Why did we not invest in pet supplies? Good. Because you know how many supplies come with a pet? Well, you know, because you're getting a second one. Sure do. We're going to have double the supplies, double beds, the pooper scooper, the whole everything right? But even all the ancillary businesses that have cropped up and popped up because of that there are pet cemeteries. Right. There are people who all they do is take care of pets of wealthy people. That's all they do. There's a travel website that if you want to go stay in a beautiful home in Paris and take care of someone's poodle. You could do that for free. So just all you have to do is take care of the rest. All you have to do is take care of their pets. It's pet sitters like international or something and you go stay for free anywhere and take care of someone's lab. Oh, that's not
Massive search underway after 2 California deputies shot in apparent ambush in Compton
"The reaction from the Los Angeles County sheriff after two deputies were critically injured in an apparent ambush shooting. A massive search is under way right now for the shooter, the suspect ambushes the deputies as they're sitting in their patrol car. At a metro station and Compton around seven o'clock last night shooting both of them multiple times. Both were shot in the head. The critically injured deputies, identified as a 24, year old man and a 31 year old mother of a six year old boy. Thanks, it's Christina
President Trump to visit Northern California for wildfire briefing Monday
"President Trump will meet with wildfire officials Monday. Northern California crews there and in Oregon and Washington are battling devastating wildfires boxes. Christina Coleman is north of Los Angeles. The death toll growing 19 here in California, where some three million acres have burned. That's 26 times higher. In the acres burned last year, and it's the size of the entire state of Connecticut. Thousands have been forced to leave their home. Oregon officials say they're preparing for a possible mass fatality
Officials plead for caution ahead of Labor Day weekend
"The last big blast of summer. But most Americans were doing pretty much this Labour Day weekend what they've done since spring. The staying close to home says that Americans are taking 15% less trips compared to last July through September. But governors and health officials across the U. S are still urging caution this holiday weekend. They're hoping not to have the Corona virus spreading activities. Like the big parties that we've seen on Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends. This here, health officials warning that what happens this weekend could have a big impact on the fall that sponsors Christina Coleman, Michael
Governors warn people to take COVID-19 seriously over Labor Day weekend
"It is Labor Day weekend. But are Americans willing to travel this year? Boxes? Christina Coleman reports from California Travel is expected to be down this Labour Day weekend this year because of concerns over Corona virus. Many people are staying close to home, and many people are flocking to beaches in their home state. You have a lot of people doing the staycation. Not Triple A says that Americans are taking 15% less trips compared to last July through September. But governors and health officials across the U. S are still urging caution this holiday weekend. They're hoping not to have the Corona virus spreading activities like the big parties that we've seen on Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends. This here, health officials warning that what happens this weekend could have a big impact on the fall.
The Bucks' playoff run continues following original boycott
"Kicked off one of their playoff games and before they sing the national anthem is they played a three minute video focusing on racial equality. Also today, the Milwaukee Bucks Take on Orlando in Game five of the play offs. This game was originally set for Wednesday. But the Bucks refused to play that game as they demanded Justice and the wake of Jacob Blake shooting in their home state functions. Christina Coleman, the New York Times and ESPN reporting that MBA stars LeBron James and Chris Paul received advice from former President Obama before all the players decided to continue the playoffs.
Protests continue for a second night in Wisconsin after police shoot Black man in the back
"To celebrate his 34th, Wisconsin's governor, summon the National Guard on Monday to head off another round of violent protests after the police shooting of a black man under murky circumstances. During it turned to Kenosha into the nation's latest flashpoint city in a summer of racial unrest, with the latest on the protest in Wisconsin, we're joined now by ABC is Ryan Burrow. So Ryan, what are what are local officials saying about what is being done today? In response. Now more demonstrations overnight, We saw more fires, more looting, more broken windows, more vehicles. Ah, that were burned on DH despite 125 additional National Guard members being added to the Kenosha Police Department to help quell the violence. We still saw those numbers and the violence that we had seen from the previous night. The rial point seems to be outside of that courthouse that police continue to hold their line in riot gear. We saw last night some of the people throwing rocks and bottles and shooting fireworks at police officers of police officers firing tear gas and trying to disperse them. In various ways with flash bangs as well. But beyond that point right there, as some of these violent protesters and rioters went into the streets and and did some damage. The hope is that that will end eventually here. We don't know if Maura National Guard will be required for that to happen. We did get an object this morning on the man who was shot. In that video. We learned that Jacob Blake is stable in the I C U from his attorney, Benjamin Crump. He was shot 4 to 7 times. Blake's father confirming to ABC that his son is paralyzed from the waist down, and he prays that that is not permanent damage. He's going to fly to Wisconsin today to be with his son for the first time since this all took place. On DH, so we'll see if there's any kind of updates as Faras Blake's conditions. Ryan quickly the details on the shooting a CZ Christina indicated going into you there murky the details, but apparently blank shot in the back. And then I had read or heard reports that one of the officers was. You'll drop the knife. I mean, what do we know about the exact shooting itself? Are there many details this morning? No, and that's what's been really frustrating about this. Not only for us reporters for the protesters and of course for the family of Blake as well because we haven't heard anything specific from police other than the incident happened, and they were responding to a domestic Disturbance. So the actual tic tac of what happened from the moment he arrived or the moment that confrontation of that domestic disturbance to place we don't know. We've obviously seen the video of the Police Union in Kenosha says the video doesn't tell the whole story, and there was more to it than what you see in that video. So that's something that investigators by the way at the state level are taking a look at right now. Unfortunately, we haven't got much information authorities. Ryan, do we? No. Just quickly do they wear body cams? It sounds as though they've got audio capture. But it does not sound as though the police who were there had video
Canada Finance Minister Quits Post Amid Charity Scandal
"Look at a chapter of political tunnels. Now here in Canada where yesterday the country's finance. Minister Bill More No. Long one of the prime minister's closest political allies resigned it follows lingering ethics scandal that has surrounded Trudeau's government for some time by this stage well, today a little earlier prime to treat. That Christie Freeland Canada's deputy prime minister would replace bill more now at the finance ministry becoming the first woman to hold that post Donyell. The murmurings around bill more knows future had been simmering hearing the Canadian Press for several days. By the time, his resignation announcement came last night. What's your reaction to? What is yet another high profile resignation from Shudo's cabinets in the five years of says since he took office. Yeah, quite a quite another big controversy four Trudeau in the middle of summer I think you know off the bat whatever reason the liberals are given. Four giving for more knows exit here is a messy one that. It was said that he wouldn't be seeking election. Again, we'll be looking for other opportunities. We know that he'll be looking to helm the AC, which is a great post for him perhaps in a good career move. But at the end of the day, this comes down to. Another sticky situation for the prime minister that really threatens to derail the progress that they've made in. The coronavirus crisis namely their popularity with Canadians. But once again, another distraction for the prime, which raises questions about the ship he sailing and him as the captain let's say. This begs the question of whether Mr Trudeau is simply impossible to work with. Now this is just another controversy that comes only a week Tomasz after we spoke about the last controversy involving. The Governor General Julie Pie itch and the toxic workplace she's been accused of creating butts. The liberals the government to appoint a successor in Canada's first governor of the Bank of Canada and Christina Freelance who held the interesting post of Deputy Prime Minister and not a lot of Canadians were used to to that role before Justin Trudeau but she is his most senior cabinet minister and and now most trusted ally. But that group of People Tomasz as you know is is getting shorter as the months go on. It's seeming time and again, like Trudeau is is just a very tough guy to work with and when he doesn't get his way, well, you get run out of town we should also point out that. Bill, more know. Perhaps. Put. His foot in it and didn't help the situation on on the fact that he wasn't agreeing with the prime minister but we can set that aside they didn't handle that well but also a big controversy besides this is this we charity, of course where. He and his family and the Finance Minister and Bill Maher. Now both have personal and family ties to this charity and should have recused themselves. I don't think that. The, the picture, four Canadians by I think that picture. is becoming more and more for. Canadians. Like. An elite privilege class squabbling over not being able to work together and I think that really does not play well, obviously trudeau lost. His majority after the last election and who knows where it's it's going from here because it doesn't seem like he's going to be able to keep some of his top ministers around for very long?
‘Fear of another spike’: Holcomb, officials concerned over Indiana’s COVID-19 trends
"Health Health commissioner commissioner says says she's she's concerned concerned about about the the rise rise of of Corona Corona virus. virus. She She says says the the numbers numbers could could go go up up again again after after Labor Labor Day, Day, Eric Eric Berman Berman reports reports Christina Christina Box Box says says a a lot lot of of Indiana's Indiana's new new cases cases dating back to people letting their guard down to celebrate the Fourth of July. She says she's concerned it'll happen again. As we trace this back, we find that it's usually a party, a birthday party a graduation It was a football team getting together with cheerleaders and the other kids from the high school to celebrate school about opening back up. Indiana's infection rates began rising a week before the fourth of July. That's two weeks. Fter bars and casinos were allowed to reopen, but box and governor Holcomb say most businesses are taking proper precautions. Eric Berman, 93 UMBC Mobile New schools get
San Francisco's Preparations and Response to COVID-19
"Francisco's Francisco's mayor mayor of London. Breed has announced the city is spending nearly half a $1,000,000 on responding to the Corona virus pandemic. That money is coming from other services. That's why she's urging city residents that he'd public health orders to curb the spread and community transmission of the Corona virus Breed Warren's should the pandemic continue beyond next year. It would drain more city resource is Cape Phase, Christina Honest that reports San Francisco Mayor London Breed says she plans to spend $446 million to address the Corona virus pandemic this year through June 2021. That includes $56 million to boost mobile testing sites and the most impacted neighborhoods like the latte, next community in the Excelsior in the mission and the black community in the Bay View and Tenderloin. Reed ticks off a list of services that money will go towards this fiscal year. It includes $16.5 million in funding for communications and operations. 185 million for our health response, 62 million for food distributions and programs that are pit stops. 183 million for housing and shelter programs. It's important to remember that this funding really assumes that we don't see any major surges. If that happens, we will need to divert. Even more resource is and that's why it is so critical that everybody does its part, their part to stop the spread. Thiss stretches beyond June, and there's going to be even more of a drain on our budget next year. But the mayor warns the workable budget relies on federal reimbursements and cares Act dollars. San Francisco, like other cities and states is suffering a deficit due to the pandemic Breeds budget relies on reserves to close an estimated $1.5 billion budget gap over the next two years. It also uses $93 million from the General Fund. San Francisco has been on the government's watch list since late July due to increasing Corona virus infections as breed lists the latest numbers of corona virus infections and deaths. She suggests there's no going back to normal. As of today we have 7692 cases on DH. Sadly, 67 people have died from Cove. It Until we have a vaccine until we're in a better place. We know that we need to continue to socially distanced herself from one another. Where are mask as much as possible and follow our public helped guidelines. We have to start getting comfortable with it. We have to start changing our behavior. It really is. What's going to make the difference. There are some positive signs, says public health director Dr Grant Colfax. He says the rate of Corona virus hospitalizations air down and under indicators. Show a slowing of community transmission. We are currently carrying for 88 San Franciscans with covert 19 in our local hospitals. That is a slight drop from last week. Remember, it is an almost 25% reduction from our peak in July. We're currently finding about 85 new cases of covert 19 every day. That number has started to drop from its high point a few weeks ago, but it is still a cause for great concern. Anything above 50 new cases per day puts us in the red Zone. On our highest alert level. And we have been there for the past seven weeks. City officials are pushing
As Pandemic Hits Colleges' Finances, Small Town May Be Affected Too
"Has been devastating college finances and some of them are even on the brink of closing. What does that mean for college towns? Frank Morris of member Station has this look. Att one rural college community. Lots of towns across rule. America are in steep decline, but tiny Sterling Kansas is an island of vitality. Ah, pleasant Tuesday evening, a local gospel quintet entertains folks spread out on lawn chairs in a large tidal park. This town is anchored by Sterling College, a private evangelical Christian school, founded in 18 87. College senior Cuyler calmly calls it one big partnership. There's just so much overlap in community supports the college to college supports the community. You know, you just see how everything's intertwined. This remote town of 2200 boasts good schools, white collar jobs and a healthy downtown. College students, faculty and staff breathed life into the place, same as they do for hundreds of other little college towns across the country. But students left here in March and they haven't come back. Criminal justice Professor Mark Tremain is worried. I think the bottom line is we've got to get students back to campus. If we're going to survive. I think we have to accept whatever the risks are and do it. Starting college depends on about 500 students paying up to $26,000 a year tuition and another eight or nine grand for room and board. Sterling College President Scott Rich says the school like many others, scrapes by from year to year. We're always dependent upon enrollment always depended upon that next year, always dependent upon persistence or retention. We have to get students to come back. And we're dealing with a lot of challenges. Most schools now face daunting decisions. Scott Carlson follows the rolling crisis for the Chronicle of Higher Education. I think some of the people I know are looking at hundreds of college is going out of business within the next several years if this pandemic continues, and if the economic devastation associated with it continues, small liberal arts colleges have been shaky. For years, Enrollments have slumped down mints have been tapped. Many schools have piled on debt in a building fueled by competition for students. Most offer classes online, but online classes don't pay the bills. Most small schools survived by providing an expensive high touch in person College experience, and Carlson says the pandemic is shredding that business model. These colleges are Unique little entities all on their own, and each one of them provides a unique spin on higher education At Sterling College. The foundation is Christianity, but football is came. Workers here putting the final touches on a big Jim classroom in office complex. Many students enroll here for the chance to play college sports. It's a major selling point. About 1/4 of the students attending in person are on the football team. That's right 1/4 but sporting events could be major vectors for disease. And Jed Miller, who's finishing his degree it's early online next year, says That's another vulnerability. If Cove it defeats the athletics season this year. It will probably defeat a lot of small colleges and as a result heard a lot of small towns. Badly. While small college towns tend to be some of the healthiest communities in remote rural areas, the colleges those towns depend on now pose a physical danger to residence. Christina Darn hours a family practice doctor in sterling, the college probably is the most dangerous. Element for us in terms of covert. Shit. Potentially brings back students from all over the US who have variable levels of exposure across the country. Small colleges and college towns faced the same dilemma over opening, but not everyone thinks that's all bad. Richard Price at the Clayton Christians and Institute argues that the pandemic will lead to better online classes and more equitable schools. The traditional model. It was originally for the landed elite. And it wasn't sure all genders. It wasn't for all races, and that is slowly getting phased out. Along with some older business models that aren't fitting well, and price thinks many small colleges will adapt. Lots of them have cheated death before. There's no question the pandemic will close a number of American colleges and unravel small college towns along the way for NPR news. I'm Frank Morris.
Police brace for more protests in Portland after another night of clashes
"Unfolding this weekend in Portland is violent Clashes erupt overnight. Some of these protesters blocked traffic and threw rocks, bottles and commercial red fireworks and officers positioned at a public safety building marking the 71st night of consecutive violence. Acting commissioner of U. S Customs and Border Protection, says federal agents are not leaving Portland and tell the violent unwrapped and functions. Christina Coleman
"christina" Discussed on Worst Firsts
"The house burned. I know and like. Yeah. My mom would kick me. Insane as a kid. You're like where we're going to fucking go. Yeah, I'm three. No, but the part of Brag I'll tell you though. I think your mom leaving leaving. That's a faulk in. Rare League glide, do the road a not now, but yet seventy two hours Max and I'll wait. Are you kidding me through babies. You cannot prime me from my children like even now I'm like. What's up with dinner? You're like bitch. Of Yeah because I. Their mean part of the came from me so for that to. Something's really wrong with her. Tell you so glad. Visit Drama went. It will all be howling gone. Wait until she dies No, it's the best low all be so sad. Well, Albert bad for like I fucking. But then you're free. You're free dead. She listened to this. She's like you. Oh sorry. Mom you're doing great. Oh my God, no. We're working on I. Love you're working on. Your were anyway all right? Follow Christina guys already listening to your mom's house and you have the Mommy podcasts. No Way yeah, where where my mom's at where my mom is as your own personal podcast, I love we're will mean. and. Much legit and you have. Your doctor drew share all the time. Christine everywhere. You guys know all bow. You know you guys already know about her. You know what I'm saying. Yes, to go follow on instagram. What's your at handles just at Christine appear at the critic Christina P. The at the Christina Pego follow her. She's mad entertaining, and maybe we'll start a trauma group, and will you guys know how would love that man? Wouldn't have simply maybe if we have some. We do have time in quarantine. Maybe we set it up seriously like fuck in. So many people show up and. Right it's like a becomes a call. By us. Tropical as long as we can help, people man free doughnuts and coffee. Talk about your bullshit. Everyone said it's like A. It's like Aa. You get yet five minutes and go around the room. Yourself say whether you'd like to share or not I. Love that of cool. Anyway all right I love you. Guys Fall Her checker out, and we'll stay tuned next week for more worst. I were out..
"christina" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"People have found a way to hold their work meetings. An actual video games said author and artist. Vivian Schwartz Zoom Sucks. We started having editorial meetings in red dead redemption instead. It's nice to sit at the campfire discuss projects with the wolves howling out in the night. There have been problems. I in order to get to the level where you can have meetings. You have to complete an hour of in game tasks like last showing a horse that was not part of MBA school other problems. Anyone else in the world playing the game can wander into your meetings and shoot you and the button you press the sit down as the same button used strangle someone. Sorry Tim. Schwartz said the response of meeting on Video Games has been overwhelming as people discover that they can quote. Hang out with their friends and go for walks together. End Quote again. We would like to just point out. That's a virtual walk so no actual physical activity still desperate times call for desperate measures and the fact that you can have your meetings. A fictional world surrounded by fictional animals and go on fictional walks does seem like a much better option than boring gold. Zoo where the most exciting thing that could happen. Is If you're meeting get zoom Bob Strangers Genitalia. Up Stages Tim in accounting picking his nose. All right Craig here your choices one of these things was created to make working from home just a little bit more bearable was it from Tombo. Debt a VR rig that engages you with the virtual experience of the misery of commuting from Allison Limi- the Home Office party kits. That you can have those sad birthday parties in your own house with yourself or from Mazda. Brawny away to hold your meetings not in zoom or Google hangouts but in the video game. Red Dead Redemption. You'll can all be cowboys. Which of these is a real story about an improvement in working from home? I'm going to go with the last one Video game Meeting meeting in red dead redemption. That's the that's the one you're choosing all right well. We spoke to somebody familiar with the real story. Once the meetings before and red dead redemption to you can break up and go often do crimes that was made Crowley from rock paper SHOTGUN DOT COM and gaming website talking about the red dead redemption meetings which apparently had been very successful for the company. That started them. Congratulations you got it right here. At the point for Monster Brownie for being truthful you'd want our prize. The Voice of your choice in your voicemail. Congratulations thank you so much. Thanks for playing today. Thanks bye bye. And now the game where people who have flown very high dragged back to Earth with the rest of us. We call it. Not My job Christina. College is a space pioneer. She holds the record for the longest time. A woman has been an orbit and she was part of the first three all women spacewalks which coincidentally were also the first base walks in which one of the astronauts did not explain to the other. Something that person already knew Christina. Cook Welcome to wait wait. Don't tell me how great debate there. It's great to be with you now. You did in fact set a bunch of Records. You did the first half of the first all woman spacewalk and you also set the record for a woman Staying in space right. Yeah that's correct or android. Twenty eight days three hundred twenty eight days and you came back just in February yet the beginning of February right so about your timing did you really nailed it. It occurs to me though that as unlucky as your timing might be in coming back to the planet you probably are the greatest living expert along with one or two other astronauts with how to survive for a long time being stuck in the same place. So do you have any tips for us? The rest of us were new to this particular challenge. You know I definitely got through with a lot of You know kind of mental strategies focusing on what you have rather than what you don't have and you know all the things the unique things that you're going to be missing one day but I think in the end I've sort of learned since I've been back that the actual way to get through it is just to inherently be a homebody. Yeah that turns out to be the best way to get through an astronaut and during stay at home on earth do so. Where are you now your home at? Houston who are you quarantining with My husband and our dog. Oh Wow and this. You're away from your husband for almost a year and now you're stuck inside with him. Twenty four seven. That's that's an interesting transition. And then of course the year and training before my flight whereas living in Russia almost constantly so yeah about two years apart to twenty four seven together. It has been interesting. It's good good opportunity to you. Know reintegrate and your home life and and With people you love so I feel like I want relationship advice from you just because of that but also because like. I don't know if you've been in space. You know what it's like to be with something like unwelcoming and cold and distant and I could use the well. We try to stay out of the. Nfl vacuous vacuum part. We try to stay in the habitable areas as much as we can so from that I was reading about the fact that when they did the first astronaut the first space program they actually put some women through the same kind of tests and they found out that women were better able to handle the stress associated with spaceflight than men. Do you think that the mercury thirteen? Yeah I've read a lot about those women they're some of my heroes and You know I I would say that I. I didn't notice any differences up there. Guess Fly with men and women and I think everyone handles it about the same. I will tell you where we get asked a lot where things are up there to not really. I'm sorry I didn't want to indulge in any terrible types but I mean is it like at my house where I don't know where anything is it. My wife knows where everything is absolutely like that and I did get a call from my husband asking him where things were in our house in Houston and usually knew the answer. So you're you're in space for almost a year and he still calling me because he can't find his car keys printer. Paper was a big one. Right away yeah wow you. Did you participated in the first of all as all women? Both women's spacewalker hadn't been done before and famously You tried it. But it didn't work because they didn't have a spacesuit that fit one of you correctly is that right yes It it but it was kind of not the best sides ever and we decided it'd be better to to do it with Someone who had a space that was Kinda just the right bit. How would we? You went all the way out there and they gave you the wrong size outfit. Also shopping is even hard. When you're an astronaut this is not making me feel good as a woman had actually get a spacesuit just to get some pockets and in the pants how one thing I've learned about Nasr's they check and double check everything. It's all about checklists and safety precautions. How could they send up the wrong size spacesuit for your space walk well all the spaces are already up there so it was just a matter of configuring it kind of getting it ready and that times always of the essence there you know? And there's there's never enough time to do everything that you WANNA do. So unfortunately yeah just didn't get configured in time been with just wasn't a question of Christina. What was the most beautiful thing you saw? I know the the Blue Ball of earth. Definitely the earth is beautiful. Some of my favorite scenes were one looking down at my home That's an incredible thing just to see where you're from and where you live kind of on that backdrop of the universe and then the other for me was seen the northern lights and the southern lights on the earth from above. I used to work in Antarctica so I saw Tun from below and so just to see that kind of on a planetary scale was pretty amazing. Did you ever look out and go? What is that? I don't like is the guys come here. Do you ever have that one of those moments. I know sadly I'm GONNA have to come up with a better story for that but no nothing was out the window Kristina Cook. I don't know if you're glad you came back but we're glad you did so we could talk to you and we have invited you here to play a game this time. We're calling suit up for a walk in cyberspace. You've been to space so we thought we'd ask You about cyberspace. Which is what we used to call the Internet. Get Two out of three questions about the very earliest days of the web correct and you'll win a prize for one of our listeners. Voice they might like from our show. We'll who is Christina. Cook playing for Carol Mitchell of Memphis Tennessee. So here's your first question. You ready for this. Yeah okay though. Online shopping has pretty much become universal. It had to start somewhere. Which of these was the first known instance of a use of ECOMMERCE had happened back in? Nineteen seventy two. Was it a an internet? Boliden board user offering candid photos of President Nixon or as they called them. Dick pics being advertisement for a quote aura cleaning service or see Stanford students using it to buy weed from kids at MIT. All of the dancers are tough I'm going to go with just be you're GONNA go with be an advertisement for a quote aura cleaning service because it was nineteen seventy two and that's what we did back then. You know now that you mentioned mail yes. It wasn't fact see Christina. They arranged this extraordinary futuristic computer network in one of the first things the kids at Stanford did. Is the Rangers shipment of POT FROM BOSTON? You gotTa love that kind of initiative. All right second question. You've probably heard that Ebay was started in nineteen ninety five to sell the founders collection of Pez dispensers. That is not true. It's an urban legend. What was really the very first thing. The founder of ebay on his brand new site was at a collage made entirely of Dryer. Lint be four pounds of Lard or see a broken laser pointer. Wow that's quite a way to launch a business. Let's go with a a collage made entirely of dryer lint. I meant be four pounds of Lord. No it was actually see the broken laser pointer. The first thing Pierre Roma Jarre sold on the auction site he founded. Ebay was broken laser pointer for fourteen dollars and eighty three cents to a guy who said he collects broken laser pointers and he still has it. The Guy Okay last question if you get this right you win at all. The Internet is ubiquitous today but early in its history. People weren't entirely impressed in fact the internet lost out on the. Uk's prestigious Queen's Award for technical achievement to.
"christina" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Take it back to the pure place ready. Sure sure killer. 'cause I couldn't get out having an accident. I pooped on hall floor covered with a man my with my hands and I had to use the punch. Big Weightless Nourish Rian when London in my God. Well Coco your mom's house with Tom. Sikora Christina Insane. That was our boy. The main fucking man right there. You get a job here. Fuck face a lot of conspiracy theories if you.
"christina" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"I think I think there's probably When I set my mind to something I am incredibly focused and detail oriented and For lack of a better word just a little bit anal retentive about things and. I think that that's what I'd probably bring to Beth. The other two characters are maybe like my sister's rebellious in funny and and A little rougher on the edges and my friend is maybe a little bit more relaxed and loving and I'm of the nerdy rigid one that they're always sort of I rolling at and sort of like. Oh Beth didn't get the joke or Beth doesn't understand this or you know Does a little bit of catching up with Beth? And I think I have. They would have to explain to me. They reference something and I do. What is found there like Instagram Christina? Oh I don't know like you know. So they have to teach me stuff just like my kids just living somewhere else on the national scientists. Have no idea what I'm catching up. That's kind of Nice to know that the world well you know I figured if I was Gonna continue to live on planet earth I was going to have to join in some of the activities So when I started I got on instagram. I finally broke down with a little help from my friends and slowly easing into it. It's fun it I'm a I'm enjoying it. It's fun but it's work. Well it is to take a whole separate job. It's not just you doing this. People want to answers. Well you sort of feel like you want to share yourself and Be True to yourself. You know your image and personality so manipulated by interviews magazines in these kinds of things. So this is your platform to just say this is who I am and and it's not being manipulated by anyone else. This is just me. What vision do you think the public has of you? Just based on magazines and social media and the world outside I think that Life see you. Yeah I think a lot of people Assume that I'm sort of Joan from madman that I that maybe I'm a bit more stern or a little bit more uptight or maybe a little more put together a mess like I was there but gene you know dropping things on the floor girl I'm not nearly as sort of put together. And maybe prissy as I think people think maybe I think so. Maybe I'm not well. It's kind of a famous story. Now that basically the agency that was representing you said Madman what. We're not WANNA representative. You're doing that. Show what is it? Amc Show AMC did not have a show. There was no breaking bad at that point there was. There is nothing and we were show. They used to play old movies So they were like this. This show's not going to get picked up. And this shows not gonNA pay anything and it's period show. It's going to be super expensive to make no one's GonNa WanNa make the show it's laborious and you know wordy and And I was like all my favorite. I love laborious because it was it was about characters. And so yeah. That's scary as an actor. Though to have an agency say okay. Go and do it. But we don't want to represent you. It was humiliating. It was awful. It's very embarrassing to be working with people who all of a sudden go. Yeah we're just not interest like we don't think what you're doing is good enough to represent you. You're not worth their time. It's it's awful. They should be embarrassed. Well you know I hope they were and I hope you haven't spoken to and I you know I just haven't seen her because she's no longer an agent but I liked her as a person and I have no hard feelings. There's all sorts of stories in this town. You know what I got to work on that show for ten years and I made the right choice. That's it that's I got another agent. You just go and get another one there. It is people out there who are wondering what you do. Just go get you know you can get another age. Yeah well you good girls to do that. But I'm looking at you and I'm thinking where did the start last time you were here? I don't think I ever asked what it was when you were a kid because I know that you lived in different places when you were growing up. Yeah did you always have this feeling? This was what you wanted to do was at well I started. Dancing was started dancing at a young age. I clearly liked to perform and when we moved twin falls Idaho. I was in third grade and my mom had my brother and I dish for a local community theater. Children's group called jump company junior musical playhouse and she just thought it was. She was just trying to help us make friends 'cause moving from town to town and she she didn't want us to necessarily get stuck in the cliques. At school she she liked the idea of it being community and my mom always liked to do theatre in college and high school so We went and auditioned to be in the best Christmas pageant ever and You know then all of a sudden I was on stage in musicals and doing bye bye Birdie and the chorus in the background and I was like this is. This is where it's at this. This is the most fun I'm ever going to have and I just continued to do it and I just found so much joy and at and singing and dancing and doing the whole thing that I just kept kept going but when you moved again you will go into Virginia to and we went to Virginia after Idaho so when I went to Virginia was the first time that I could take Acting classes in high school as a option. You know as an elective course so my brother. Yeah my brother had been in theater or drama class and so I was so excited because now I was like I can like start to really study. Be Real actress and And I went in and I remember some of the senior students. I was a freshman and they were like. Oh you're really serious about acting and I was like. Oh yeah definitely when I you know and I got a lead in in the in the school play and I was the new kid and I was a freshman and everyone was like ooh fresh. Br One I think it was a blithe spirit. Oh Yeah Ghost. A ghost ghost perfect thing. I had read that. You were bullied at the time when you were going to school in Virginia. Yeah when I first showed up. I was kind of Quirky Weird kid from Idaho that like listen to like new wave music but wore birkenstocks. And like like I. I just like no one could figure out what my story was and I I just. There weren't sort of categories of people where where I went to school in Idaho. You were a kid and I just happened to have like sort of my mom would help me make clothes and I would see something a magazine and we would make some weird snakeskin pants and I just I didn't realize it was sort of odd Until I got to Virginia and everyone was like. Oh you're weird. Trust me here weird and I was like maybe I am and and I immediately went into drama class. Which of course alienates you in some high schools already. Sadly put you with other alienated. And they're the best big creative Weirdos together with the rest of them yes so you know as the years went by then I sort of went through my sort of rock and roll punk goth all that stuff and and just celebrated being different. Didn't they're still? I'm still one hundred percents. People are like. Oh it's so funny that you were. I'm like I am still God. I don't let this Rambo sweater fairly lax eye. Shadow is a black lipstick. Saying yes I will do that. Let's have her. That Goth is bring her temper. Gabby Gabi really. She's the she's in there. You go just vocally in there to do that. Yeah goodness so. Ventriloquist's doll friends. That's weird and God. I'm GonNa Guess that maybe you had I did. I don't know that is risk for me to bring that up. What do you take me for? I went into record my first session and they had some rudimentary Animation and like. Here's your character and of course you kind of looks like me and hear her buddies. I was like Oh wait. I actually have one of those. That's released strange coincidental and I happened to hang out at antique stores. All the time and go antiquing so this environment. That might Gabby Gabby was almost like it. Came out of my own creation. It was exciting to see all right. Well we have questions from social media. Okay so if you talk on twitter when you say social media I know what you know it's Rachel says how will Christina described the new season of good girls in three words. That's good you've given me like three sentences.
"christina" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"I hope everybody. I'm Peter Travers. In welcome to popcorn where we tell you what is popping in pop culture and. I know you're all excited to know that good girls is back for season. Three on NBC. And it's good luck to have one of the stars of Chuck Andrex. It's great to see you again. Nice to see you. Thanks for having me season three. So what kind of trouble are you women in this time? I'm a lot more. I some reason I root for these women. I know there are up to no good. But they're fun and they're relatable so people kind of have their back there like I'd do it. How do you know? And they've got this real inner it's it's the camaraderie with these women. It's just fun to watch them. Make these horrible mistakes. Is that how you felt when you were first? Approached about doing the series. You know when you when you come from a show that you've been on for almost a decade your next your next choice you you have one follow madman. Well you gotta think something. I would really want to do every day because I may be doing it for ten years. I know what that's like. You know so. You really want to choose something that you could imagine doing. And I thought I want to work with these women and I want to go on this wild caper. It just seemed like such a laugh and so weird and different and it's also very intense so I do you know I didn't sort of consider like a well. I'm going to be incredibly stressed out every day and this high anxiety level and the stakes are really high. Of course you have to play all that you know so. It's kind of exhausting. But what if and now? I'm assuming that you and men ready get along really well. We did from the beginning we did. I knew may casually we had done some Animated things together so met each other through that I had never met Reta I in fact called. May and I said you know I'm thinking about doing this. Show I I hear. You're doing it what he thinks she's like. I think it's going to be the best thing ever and we just like hit it off like house on fire. When we all met and here we are three seasons. And that's we know each other so well we can order lunch for each other in the other person's around we're like no no no. Do not put tomatoes on reticent. Please send it back. We can't deal with it We all know each other and we and we know how we react to things and we sort take care of each other well. It sounds like you know I'm making light of it but to be on a series where you work long days. Yeah so you. It's good if you get along. It's amazing and because we are playing these really stressful intense scenes to have people that you love so dearly to laugh inbetween takes you know. Make the day lighter. It just changes everything. 'cause you're right we're there for fourteen hours a day and and You know it's it's nice to have like comfort him between and just get pissed off together and be happy when something is really making you angry. Oh Yeah we've got each other's back if something's upsetting the other. Were like yeah. Yeah what she said. Yeah we're team because we're scary you know and you could. You could do that. You know your director and Toy Story. Four where you were doing the voice of. Gabby Gabby I read a quote from Him Josh. Cooling where he said There's the thing about Cristina where she has this very sweet affect and an a sweet voice and then she can turn on a dime and being medicine and cold. We're just that calm and we did have fun playing with that. I mean the sweeter the croupier right. I don't know I. I ended up playing a lot of characters that have that dichotomy that they have come across as an innocent. But there's this underlying thing to drive to firefly. I think it started with firefly's the first time I had a character like that. And maybe maybe maybe one lead to another. Maybe when they opened a script they thought now. Who can do this? You Know Christina Hendricks this are doing on firefly so maybe one led to the other. Because I don't think I'm duplicitous. That's my own personality. Christina can do cold and creepy short she can go to increase drake's he's ready to do it for those people that are having caught up yet or just beginning to catch up with good girls. Who were you playing describe this? I play your typical midwestern. Mother middle class hardworking organized but found herself sort of on autopilot and lost maybe sight of her dreams or what her needs were and each cheating on her she found her husband is cheating on her lured that Matt Lillard just so great And then my sister who's a single mother is struggling to keep her child protected and safe and in school and my best friend has a daughter with an illness. And so we all find ourselves in this place where we need money to sort of take care of our families and keep roofs over their head and we. We decided that the best logical solution is to rob a grocery store. And we'll go and get the money Jill with all of our problems and go on our on our way But of course one thing leads to another and we fall into life of crime and it's a quirky show. I mean that's what I would say to people who haven't seen it yet is just because it's on a network. Don't assume certain things about it. It is Quirky and weird and fun and has great music and it's dark and it's an interesting tone that you haven't seen before and I. I really think it's unique but store the grocery store that the three of you rob a fine at frugal which I'm obsessed and I want to start a chain of fine frugal because the crux of that which I think I can give away because well it was three seasons ago. Is that when you think you're GonNa rob to get some extra money to take care of the problems that there's like a half a million dollars there for long to a criminal element in that world. We think we're going to go in and get about fifteen thousand dollars and we come out with a half a million dollars and this becomes a much larger crime than we ever anticipated. And of course it's tied to a whole gang and a whole crime ring that we we just thought it was a grocery store. We didn't realize so else was laundering. Their money there and they find us and now we are sort of indebted to them and you know tied into this this much more dangerous which never stops never stops and the guys that really have that and real yes. So what is there in this character Beth in you? What do you bring them yourself to playing? Well I know you shop at finding the main thing.
"christina" Discussed on Rocket
"And of course we had an episode of overboard or board game. Show go up today and in it. Oh kill makes me laugh so hard that I cry huge round tears streaming down my face and I watched I it today and it made me cry again. We played a game called wavelength clue. Yeah like a kind of guessing slash rush brain reading team. Based have you ever played star. Wars Armata no. It sounds complicated very complicated. It's a lot of funds like it. It would make a bad video content because aspect spaceships as plastics PLA- spaceships and superstar stories. Yeah yeah that just just guessing. I play the rebels or the empire. I think he played rebels. No no very superstar. Destroy our role in blow you well. I'm not surprised. Actually in hindsight is twenty twenty. Yes the truth is here. Hey if you like this episode of rockets please do leave us a review on apple podcasts. And if you don't want to do that just leave the star rating sounds. That's a cool thing to do. And it helps us get more visibility and Build our audience and become a better bigger show. We saying Christina's life depends on it. I'm just saying it's not impossible that her life doesn't I don't actually just. Yeah my email in the ransom note is here. They're looking for fifty reviews news on Apple podcast fifty more on apple podcast guest guys better. Get on that. I'm not saying like Al.. Resent you if you don't but it'd just be such a shame. I mean we've gotten this far. Come on right well. Hey thanks everyone for listening. Thank this episode of rocket is terminated. Terminator before we get more legal trouble so terminated..
"christina" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
"It is very frustrating to me. Because I think he's people really could help people and I know I can help them and I just wanted to get that out there. Tell people who you're long personal much people like that. And there's a sale in any organization you know nonprofits there's a Stale right they have to get donations or they. They have to get bring on volunteers. Whatever the case may be sale although it may look a little different from the traditional idea the sale so an interesting insight into that that thing that you touched on before about their almost embarrassed at how brilliant they are and how much they know but then also from that business perspective of capitalizing on that and as you say asking for the sale yes great great any last words you have For us and for people who are listening to this episode sure When you're when a company looking to expand in a specific the area If you have somebody local great work with them but it's not just about every freelancer online. That can help and and a lot of those. We'll talk to you to see if the sets and I turned away companies that I think would sit me because our values are different. And there's other people that have talked with me and they didn't think my values from so if like any other kind of sales sales some works on the one they do work with. I ended up working with long-term because we match so if you find the right person they they will. There will be a really good fit. You'll get to know them. Personally you'll get novum business wise and you'll be able to have a good solid relationship relationship and for me. That is my clients reform that relationship so I love how we've taken this concept of the right people people in the right seats and applied it to bringing on subcontractors or freelancers and that conduct is still just as important and if we're not talking about the standard employee you still want to have the right person and the right seat for whatever whatever that particular role and responsibility is so preceded has been really helpful just to get that perspective. Remind us all where we can find you out in worldwide web sure I mentioned before I'm on lengthen under Christina. Major on my website is Christoper so holistic health dot com and by the end of the year. I will be putting out a book on health logging the right way which has a lot of these tips in there there and basically what I do to go through step by step and figure out what might minds need for a blog and how I go about. Running was also a section at at the end on delegating. This outs other people and exactly how find the right person and get the writing information with them perfect I I was just like you're going to. You're doing part of our job for us right. We could help organizations figure out how to hire the right people and in your particular field you you lay that out for them in your upcoming. That's very exciting. Congratulations thank you all right so thank you again for listening and until next time may surprise..
"christina" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
"It is very frustrating to me. Because I think he's people really could help people and I know I can help them and I just wanted to get that out there. Tell people who you're long personal much people like that. And there's a sale in any organization you know nonprofits there's a Stale right they have to get donations or they. They have to get bring on volunteers. Whatever the case may be sale although it may look a little different from the traditional idea the sale so an interesting insight into that hat thing that you touched on before about their almost embarrassed at how brilliant they are and how much they know but then also from that business perspective of capitalizing on that and as you say asking for the sale yes great great any last words you have For us and for people who are listening to this episode sure When you're when a company looking to expand in a specific the area If you have somebody local great work with them but it's not just about every freelancer online. That can help and and a lot of those. We'll talk to you to see if the sets and I turned away companies that I think would sit me because our values are different. And there's other people that have talked with me and they didn't think my values from so if like any other kind of sales sales some works on the one they do work with. I ended up working with long-term because we match so if you find the right person they they will. There will be a really good fit. You'll get to know them. Personally you'll get novum business wise and you'll be able to have a good solid relationship relationship and for me. That is my clients reform that relationship so I love how we've taken this concept of the right people people in the right seats and applied it to bringing on subcontractors or freelancers and that conduct is still just as important and if we're not talking about the standard employee you still want to have the right person and the right seat for whatever whatever that particular role and responsibility is so preceded has been really helpful just to get that perspective. Remind us all where we can find you out in worldwide web sure I mentioned before I'm on lengthen under Christina. Major on my website is Christoper so holistic health dot com and by the end of the year. I will be putting out a book on health logging the right way which has a lot of these tips in there there and basically what I do to go through step by step and figure out what might minds need for a blog and how I go about. Running was also a section at at the end on delegating. This outs other people and exactly how find the right person and get the writing information with them perfect I I was just like you're going to. You're doing part of our job for us right. We could help organizations figure out how to hire the right people and in your particular field you you lay that out for them in your upcoming. That's very exciting. Congratulations thank you all right so thank you again for listening and until next time may surprise..
"christina" Discussed on How I Built This
"I'm from American Express you want to build your business they can help build your business with financing solutions for eligible business customers the powerful backing of we absolutely love food stories on the show when we alice waters on I could have listened to talk about strawberries for the entire hour or spend the whole interview with Johnny Bauer hearing about the molecular structure of rich dense Jenny's splendid ice cream there's a special creativity about food and also something else I'm like tech device or a product that requires sophisticated machine tooling to build food stories just seen a tiny bit more accessible almost like you hear it and think I could do that that before we get carried away let's be clear about one thing coming up with an amazing burrito or Burger or ice cream is hard but it's even harder to produce at scale keep the quality high especially if you are obsessed about the details as Christina Cozy but the funny thing is if you've ever seen her milk bar pie or compost cookie you would never know because in some ways they look like the least obsessed over deserts in the world the cookie is a jumble of oats and butterscotch potato chips and pretzels. The milk pie is a gooey mixture of butter and brown sugar and cream and eggs her cakes are unfrosted on the sides at the moment you bite into any of those treats I'm willing to bet you will freak out because that's when you begin to understand Christina's level of precision the exact amount of chocolate or cream or vanilla the perfect crumbs on the cake these are the products that Christina Tozi cells at her milk bakery's but what she's really trying to sell his Choy a moment a small and relatively affordable indulgence all this from a did who was raised on junk food and ended up deciding to learn to become a pastry chef for several years Christina worked in some of the best restaurants in New York hills she became a logistics manager for David Chang David's one of the most influential chefs in America who opened a chain of Asian themed restaurants under the name Momofuku you and with his encouragement Christina eventually founded milk bar bakery has since spread to sixteen locations across the country with a cult rolling in an estimated revenue in the tens of millions of dollars you can even buy Christina's cookies and pie mix at target and if you're one of those people who love the leftover milk the bottom of a bowl of cereal Christina was perhaps the very first person to take that milk and turn it into soft serve ice cream Christina cozy join me on stage each at the town hall in New York City a few weeks ago for live conversation and one of the first things want to know is how do you know cornflake you're very hip on culinary technique that's exactly how we make cereal milk milk exactly little teeny fingers like from the farms of Ohio into the streets of New York City got to be very very deft with your fingers right so so let's start with with where you grew up outside of Washington DC what kind of kid were you were you like a super academic sporty what do you remember about being a kid I was a mix of all those things I was very much an academic because like my parents would be like toes he's don't get anything but as and I was active I member loving running at a young age and I just have always had a lot of energy and just found places to put it but I was always curious kid you actually grew up speaking Italian right yeah my Dad's side of the family is from northern Italy he's first generation American and I didn't realize I didn't even occur to me that that was interesting or stranger different kind of just was but grow with romance languages for sure and as a kid mean because we'll get to this is what you majored in which I just I'm just gonNa tell anybody you majored in applied mathematics and what was the other thing Italian take talion slam that totally foreshadows compost cookies but this Grayton era so when I'm so when you were like a teenager or you know I mean were you was baking even part of your life for you making was was part of my life from super early age I grew up in the home kitchen and it wasn't with the nuance of technique or culinary wisdom I was just I was the youngest and that was like kind of where child care happened my mom was a working mom so it would just be like go hang out with your grandma's go into the kitchen because they're making dinner I grew up in the suburbs in like food wasn't a big neck then like you go out to eat like maybe if I read I books for school I was like a book member and went to Pizza Hut to get like Pan Pizza or if we were really really really good as teenagers as we would go to Baskin Robbins on Thursday nights that was like if we were very well behaved but everything else happened at home and cooking was was and I was never really that into savory food based on my diet that I'm so happy you shared with everyone you were you were basically grew up on kraft Mac and cheese and goes right yeah and Lima beans with ranch salad dressing that's been a that's been a hidden secret for awhile vegetable but I so I like grew up being trained to be super studious and super yielding and the place that I like resonated with most was we were making cookies or baking brownies or lemon bars or dislike co home home baked good but it was the place where kind of like broke the rules and acted out was like stealing a little bit more cookie dough and my grandma wasn't look right here like the little little nibbles that I knew I wasn't allowed to have but that it was also but resonated with me most because we would bake every single day or every single night and it was less about having dessert on the table and more about doc these baked goods bringing us into the community that we lived in but as a as a teenager and when you went to college like I'm imagining that I like baking was just something you did it was just something you enjoy doing but it wasn't like I'm going to do this because you went to the you start out at the University of Virginia studying applied mathematics and Italian so I like to engineering school at Uva first and then I was like science what's this about I like A- and I like to bake not really seeing the connection did you envision your life as a life of somebody who was going to do something with a mathematics like being account or economist or something like that my very practical mother after my first year of college was like great I got home like first day of break and she was like great like when are you starting your summer job and I was like well you dogma and she was like let's go and I got a job in an actuary office like oh I don't know that this resonates with me I was raised by these people that were so passionate about what they did for a living and they always raised us to follow that passion I would have preferred that it was like as an actuary as a mechanic and so did you I know that after a year via you dropped out you decided to it wasn't for you for for a variety of reasons and you decided to go to Italy for time and again that wasn't like wasn't like the sort of revelatory epiphany in food or was it no it wasn't so I figured how to transfer from Uva to j m you but instead of going to j m you on campus how to enroll myself right into the study abroad program Italy because the thing that I that I knew for sure about myself was I I was a wanderlust I still am today and I just started did over that timeframe of being in my late teens and early twenties just starting to be like who are you and whenever I'd get an answer to one of those things I'd start to collect the answers I want to be out in the world I feed off of that so I went to Italy not under the guise of food under the guise of education but I got so much more out of it and so you finish James Madison I think in two thousand and two you get your degree in applied mathematics and Italian and what what was your thoughts like what did you think you were going to do at that point did you have an idea I was a little shortsighted I basically took as many courses as possible all to get out of the formal education process I graduated.
"christina" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Christina Christina Aguilera was born in December of nineteen eighty in New York City Staten Island as a child locally she was known as the little girl with the big boys multiple times as a child and gain or some talent show victories for our earliest at the age of eight she eventually landed a role in the Mickey Mouse club program it was through those connections that she's an audition tape to sing the theme for the animated film line number nineteen on the adult contemporary charts and solidified her start in music winds news time eight oh to the AC and the lights back on in Manhattan today thankfully Saturday's big power outage left a thirty to forty block stretch of the west side in the dark for some five hours but it's still been a busy day for con ed as the utility scrambles to explain what caused the blackout and how they plan to keep it from happening again Khan and president Timothy Kali admits he doesn't know why a substation failed their west forty nine street causing so much of the west side to lose power we really need to dig in and learn why the addition could be delusional capacity that we built into the system for this great city got passed last night's event it may be weeks before there's an answer Holly was joined by mayor de Blasio who was questioned about campaigning for president in Iowa while the city and problems the timing was particularly problematic Saturday evening so this your flights by the time we could get there the mayor drove from Iowa to Chicago where he caught a flight back to New York Roger stern ten ten wins on the Upper West Side no one thing authorities say they do know already is that the big outage was not a case of foul play or a cyber attack nor was it because of stress on the electrical grid that said governor Cuomo told ten ten wins that there have been many instances of the system being overwhelmed by high demands during air conditioning season we've had this happen a number of times and every time it happens a con ed says well why are we designed the system is going to be would understand this won't happen again and then it happens again and it's not acceptable the outage hit on this forty second anniversary of the big blackout of nineteen seventy seven ironically and left some seventy three thousand ratepayers without power at its peak what a low scores of people had to be rescued from stuck elevators on the subway no injuries were reported winds news time made for immigrant communities around the city in the nation on H. today the ice rates that were postponed last month were scheduled to begin this weekend there's been little if any evidence that large scale roundups of actually been taking place Las yo confirms that it's been quiet so far in the city as far as in the immigration rates go and he thinks president trump is using the rates to divide the nation is trying to get immigrant against citizen in a way that's very very cynical but then when the moment of truth comes suddenly it's all fear no action so I hope there is no action because I think it's a horrible horrible effort but at this moment nothing although none of the promised rain seem to have happened yet immigration activists have held protest rallies today including one in Jackson heights correspondent polo Sandoval was there it's very significant where we are it is perhaps some of the most culturally diverse places in the country this particular part of New York City is home sixty percent.
"christina" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"And send Sigrid message isn't this Spanish guy had no idea. So and takes fifty one, Christina announced to parliament that he intended to abdicate are reasonable response to being king. Yeah. Colin refused. They talked him out of it. That's not really how it works. I think he could about it if he really, really stuck to his guns, but they talked about. But then in sixteen fifty four he announced, again this time he was definitely advocating, how load is he will turn key is twenty eight twenty seven he's gonna turn twenty six fifty writable IT would get that. Rasonable king is an adult about he kept his to convert see this point he negotiated with parliament. That is by lockable in the country, he would retain his title of the king. He remains being cold Queen of Sweden recipes life. Okay. I'm not clear if it's purely Queen, because that was the title he retained or if people decide using Wayne colloquially because that's what they often used colloquially. But yet he retained the Royal title, call goes Dov now, king king of waiting, so essentially that which people, but we can't swayed in just only one of them was the actual came yet swayed knows what grade to provide an allowance focusing on, I mean getting a bunch of money being advocates of king, but I'm going to be like the ideal situation. Yeah. Yeah. So on six Jaren, he only step down the same that call was ground, and that time night, Christina began Jenny adults Weeden. So I may have just don't pay attention. But like is he occa-? He's okay. He's obligated call off at him a whole fleet to Sweden. However, he so fit, and he said, and he left us we woman with him like his friends, I guess, they were they would names that I only heard in this complex, never again. Two guys does he have to leave swayed or is that just what he wanted to do? He was like, I'm gonna out decay 'cause I wanna let go and travel, you're not just wanted to Shelley you can travel lost yet. Probably a different deal. But you'll probably obliged to bunch of diplomatic I want to travel, one of people amounts as a story, which we're not sure if it's true and all that the Danish king unclean can't meet him on the road. So he traveled pest into Denmark, and he was traveling Seifollah so keen to leave Sweden. I'm just going to the rest of Europe that he had left the in coming to meet him at before they arrived. And it's going oh, you go on Hulu yet. I'd have to meet with world will continue on his win. Bread. He took advantage of his newfound freedom in other ways as well. He cut his hair short. He began wearing trousers and for a while not very long before while he traveled onto the name of count Cristo on donor. I always thought I was like left to my I devices to choose a night when my parrot on that Kobe, I would come up with a Wild Thing. So he turned crazy using the name Christina bought he would continue to where his hair or wigs as was common at the time in masculine styles and to master including to appetites combined masculine and feminine Clayton's.
"christina" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"See the thing is it's counterintuitive with she actually doesn't wanna fuck and see me. Yeah. But anyway, no, I understand some people process stuff differently. So she might need that time to do or coffee and get collect herself. And maybe more of an introvert with that stuff. Nothing. I'm like that when I'm upset. Oh, you're the worst. You're you're avoidance. Are you a more? I wanna get in your mind understand this emotion because I don't understand what the kind of because I I don't feel that way. So you're upset at not Christina of something completely. And so you're just in a bad mood, and somehow that negative energy is just directed to. Whatever is in front of you. Yeah. Yeah. Because he'll get mad at like, why are there stains on the couch? I don't fight. But it's I feel like that's directed towards me. Definitely not. I know. But I know that rationally it agitates me. Fuck. He's mad about site. Figured about the reverse. I think we're totally river. But then you'll also do because you know, too, much college like fucking stains on the couch, and you'll be like, what are you? Well, she'll be like what are you really mad at I'm like these goddamn stains? And then she's like, let's talk the stains are not going away. I don't know. I'm real I'm like we have two dogs. One's a shelter dog. One's a purebred the shelter dog can live without the other one. The purebred is a love machine. I always like that peer bread lovey machine. Busy. I love you. What are you doing? I wanna touch you touch you. And then you're like fief. Oh, you're like whenever do my thing. So when I'm upset though, I'm saying I like to have you there next to me to have the let's continue. We've let's go to a break. We're over. We're going to continue this conversation. We're just at the tip of nice Burke here. Breaking down guys. Do not go away. We will be right back..
"christina" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Belong anyways. Tickets at Christina p. online. Get your tickets. Please go very much jeans. There you go. Very excited God. There's so much to talk about today. It's very exciting. This is our first day back. I back a lot of those shows were pre recorded. This is exciting due to being movie star. We had to put off recording this one in putting this one out on our regular schedule. It's movie star lifestyle. I'll get into it a little bit. Did anything else happen in the break or just you did this movie? Anything happened to me? Maybe this week, why? This week is delayed. Oh right now. But I mean, since we last recorded did anything happen, maybe this was straight to offer it enough to addition or anything right now? I know. But I'm saying last episode I was, I look different are live here on Monday, right? And then something else may have changed in our world. Senate did make up and you got your hair done. Yeah, a different shirt on. Yeah. You're saying that the weather got hotter is air conditioning broken. We're gonna get into all that during the show. I said that. We'll get into it later. Okay, I'm stick cited. I'm sorry. She ease kinda to be back here with all the mommies. Do you guys by any chance struggle getting hard. If you do, I don't right now, but I'm not saying that's not around the corner. And here's the thing I would tell you, I'm not ashamed. I would address it because it's one of my favorite parts of life is having Boehner's and doing stuff with those Boehner's. And if you're one of the, I don't know over twenty five percent of new erectile dysfunction -cations erectile dysfunction cases and cases under the age of forty year. You got good news. There is no shame.
"christina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is called twice by christina aguilera none i wanna hear it when it kicks the jeff france me five thank you low for you out five getting one out of five garys isn't it yeah i just don't like that so.
"christina" Discussed on Recode Decode
"And what is the what's the collateral damage of that when parents champ play with their kids where they can't be home or they're not even present i think that that's shing virtually great story today about now south by thousands and other place you can look at your phone was a great story i recommend a reading it's true when i started to do i actually don't look at when i'm walking around when i'm doing things like here you know the same thing where people are walking looking at their phones at the same time i've taken to going up behind people and yelling so someone's no it's been works works i go up to them behind them and i say when they're staring at their phones of walking which i think is dangerous times yet i hate and they're like this and i'm like stop doing that and then isolate to people who i see on the elevator like five people get on though look and i go hello everybody i see everybody looks up and we don't connect i think anymore and i think really we're we're wired for connection we're not wire to connect in here wired to connect here wire to connect here and i think you know from me i've learned a lot of that from from christina who has really is focused on all the alternative ways to live your life and then i think would so interested in you and several of your other kids in your generation thing do i wanna live like this do i want to work like my parents were do i want to be that person who can't put it down i don't think so.
"christina" Discussed on Heavyweight
"I think the the one thing that i have kind of always wondered is dear member i think it was in ten th grade and i had been playing basketball and you told me that i had to get my grades upper i couldn't play basketball anymore you remember that no okay so i didn't get my grave up and i had to quit the team i don't remember that at all you don't know i still it was it was devastating for me why did you get your great up there yeah i ask christina if she could explained his abell why losing basketball hurt so much not without crying i felt like it was like the one thing that i was really good at are you surprised to hear a christina talk about how much she loved basketball like was that something that you knew back then i didn't know it now two christina did you ever express it i don't think she did i don't think so now i don't think you did i think the reason why like it still affects me now is because they didn't fight for it and how could she have she never felt like she had the right to stop her feet to slam the bedroom door in so many words to act like someone's kid i thought that maybe if i could get isabelle to put herself and christina shoes it might help her understand was there anything that you can think of the that's comparable from your own life isabelle like something that you really felt very passionate about like the thing that you really though is your your great love.
"christina" Discussed on Heavyweight
"On the basketball court christina was never scared it was a place where for the first time in her life she felt in control and confident for foster brother david a popular jog spent hours helping or get better she joined the team and quickly became high scorer but eventually shoes may team captain they always put me inside like i would i have to guard the post two when kristina talks about basketball she lights up and i want to encourage you to keep talking by asking questions but my only real knowledge of basketball comes from watching the harlem globetrotters i was in my 30s before i learned it was legal to bring stilts onto the court so my questions are limited we tall no if only five secs but i guess i i kind of had this unrealistic g m view of myself where i thought i was taller than him as he cast off court i was like kinda me can um i just follow the crowd and i wouldn't like create any waves i didn't really have an opinion but on the court i was forced to be reckoned with it was like the only time where i felt powerful use around this time that a plan began to take shape if she kept practicing and kept winning get a basketball scholarship christina new that was our only hope of getting into college i wanted to get out of that circle of welfare and illness and living from paycheck to paycheck and and just feeling just being poor had sucked which brings us to the moment that thirty years later is still can't stop thinking about she just come home from school when isabelle called her into the kitchen saturday on at the table and presented her with an ultimatum she said if you get your grades up you have to work harder at school.