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"clarice" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Brought to you by audible. Cbs's silence of the lambs sequel clarisse robs a unique franchise of its personality by judy berman. The first rule of broadcast primetime in the era of peak. Tv states that every crime drama with widespread name recognition will eventually resurface as a cbs procedural hence the networks twin hits magnum. Pi and macgyver. It's hawaii five. O reboot ended last year after ten seasons while it's seven season sherlock holmes riff elementary raft in twenty nineteen despite short lived disappointments like our trading day based on the movies of the same names. Cbs has persisted with this strategy. Dutifully adapting familiar stories into the syndication friendly case of the week format now following the post super bowl premiere of the equalizer a formulaic but likable enough action. Drama that casts queen latifah as a hero previously portrayed by denzel washington and edward woodward comes the silence of the lambs sequel. Clarisse debut on february eleventh. This frustratingly superficial psychological thriller follows the brave and insightful. Fbi trainee character originated to oscar winning effect by jodie foster set one year. After the events of the film in nineteen ninety-three it finds quantico grad and tabloid covergirl starling. Pretty little liars alum. Rebecca breeds ensconced at us. Newsy desk job. She's enduring a mandatory session with a smarmy. Psychotherapist played by shawn doyle of the expanse who diagnosis her with. Ptsd of the most egregious kind when she's summoned by ruth. Martin played by jane atkinson from house of cards. The politician whose daughter was the captive whom claris so famously rescued from the clutches of serial killer buffalo bill. Now attorney general ruth is creating an fbi task force to investigate serial violent and sexual crimes. Claris is to be. It's telegenic public face an assignment that places. Her under the supervision of her old justice department nemesis paul kreindler. The walking dead's michael cutlets. The three episodes provided for review suggests that claris will attempt to balance procedural styles storylines such as waco era cult siege. That wraps up. With a single twisty our with the kind of intricate extended conspiracy.
"clarice" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Danielle. Did you see the clash of bonds. Anyone now you're younger than me. I certainly did. Are you alex clash. But they were. But by the time i was already old they were they were done they were they were over. They were passed here. I think my claim to fame maybe Durant my first concert. That's creator erasure followed by witnesses. Houston on her first album. That's really cool. Dachas down first concert is much more embarrassing. It is the girl group expose who had the hit song. What you don't know might hurt you. Whole excuse me they also had the point of your return anyway. I have no expert anyway if we if we are talking about our first concert i went to concerts with my parents but by first concert with a friend not with parents was expose when i was thirteen. And there's nothing. There's nothing to be proud of in that first of all if they had two songs. Does that mean that you were home by curfew. Few there might have been some really good opening acts who were every bit as as hit filled so we know. What did you see with your ruth. Oh we were to me and my parents are sort of. You know they went to berkeley in the in the early seventies so we would always be going to. I don't know two beach. Boys concert or to labor day concerts with pete seeger and other various leftist icons that kind of thing and yet here. You are any here. You are with us. No i had to do that too. I had that the kid lefty stuff to go. Scarring bring it full circle. I my parents were not really big into concerts. When i was growing up instead they were very big into movies. Which is part of the reason. I get that love from but my mom remains to this day a huge star trek fan. So i remember going to see all star trek movies. When i was a kid with her so i can't imagine my mother. I have one of those mom. My mom is so dainty which is not a word that anybody has ever used to describe me ever and but she's. She's she's like a cardigan and pearls kind of mom and she went to radcliffe in nineteen fifty seven. And she's like. Oh the one with the ship. i'm like yes malt the one with the ship in space. Yes.
"clarice" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Endeavor. Who does it serve. If i am protective because i love. I am in love with her because she has. An extraordinary person is her is she. Served by me. Being protective is she served and of course. There's some stuff that it's nobody's back in business of course but isn't it more interesting if we see the cost of what that life as if we see the cost of a lifelock that's more interesting to me than the nobility of the week bio pic then. I am noble and i endured and i endured. I have a lot to say. Which i shot sean to do on this podcast about what women of color have to go through on screen in order to get stuff made about them or and i'm just like i don't need to see any more violence on black bodies in my life. I'm i'm i'm pretty tapped out. I'm good with that. How about an exploration of woman artist. That's cool so and you can't do that with looking at a whole person that said you know my mother's gonna say what she's gonna say you're just going to say whatever and okay all right. I can live with me. Did you always grow up thinking that being a director was the worst job in the world. I mean it seems as if you might have potentially seen some of the positives of being a director as you were growing up but dad. Dad left the house at seven. Am and we had dinner together at six thirty every night every single so But i'll i'll is understood that people ask them questions constantly and it just seemed like god. I mean i get to write stuff. And then i get to take a nap. You know. that's that's exciting. That's my fav- that's like my favorite part. I love that. So and i do want to ask you obviously with the big platform rebranding in march at paramount plus and cbs. All access with all of the things that you have with star trek going on there. How is that franchise going to be positioned as part of the rebranding of the service. Like how much more content are you going to be developing in that world. I mean you know you're looking at disney and they've got ten star wars. Tv shows coming and then ten more marvel shows coming like is that how big the franchise being as part of paramount plus. I am fully not qualified to answer that question. And so i'll just say i'm aquarius and i like thai food. Glad i gotta say. I just i'm straight. I'm not qualified to answer that question. That's very much in alex question. And because he was trek man. Before i became a tech person. I still a kind of arguments with him about who's nerdier and that. I was never a nerd. And i was cool because my i went and saw the clash when i was twelve years old at bonds in one thousand nine hundred one. And he's like no year earned. I'm like no. I have pictures of me with the clash when i was twelve. And he's like there. You're still nerd. So i don.
"clarice" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"All our scripts and that a big part of the movie. But it's this woman. Is this young woman who is. It's so funny as a fictional character. And as i mean you're hockey about jonathan thomas harris actors that surrounded her and inclusive in the book. She's always surrounded by men. So let's let's buster out. Let's let her let's let her talk. it's really. It's really exciting. So at the same time. This is obviously the show set in the in. The nineties cast a relative unknown. So can you talk a little bit about about finding the lead here like did you want to keep this casting as an unknown and let someone make the mark because you look at her performance and even in the trailers what you see is very feels very similar to watching a young jodie foster. It does doesn't aunt rebecca breeds. She's extraordinary as she was the last woman to come in. And it's always like that near tearing your hair going. And rebecca came in. And she was this light she was just this light and she had this light around turn with her. She's australian and we had no idea if she was going to be able to nail the accident and she she came in with it. I think that she has a search has the steeliness and the set of scrappy penis of jodie foster but again we wanted rebecca to be her own to bring her own thing she did she she brings vulnerability all of it wasn't like we were looking for a thing when the thing presented itself without okay. That's right well. What were you what we're seeing before her. What we're people trying to do. That wasn't right for your vision of claris. straight up. Imitations jodie foster. I wish we understand. That performance is so ingrained it because extrordinary a generally sort of appalachian kind of tomboy. And i take issue with that word. I take issue with the whole thing. And that and that felt fucked up in wrong general rangy kindness and i was like not a gunslinger. She's not a tomboy. she is herself and and cell. Rebecca came in as this fully formed one. And we were like this is right. This is one hundred percent right and she was so. I just want to go back really quickly with such complicated rights to this. I'm fascinated by this era that we're living in the tv world. Right now of franchise asian right. You know we just you know. Obviously this week we just heard like yellowstone is becoming a franchise. Right is getting a prequel series. You know obviously star trek. You're well versed in. How many of those there are. And that's obviously a key centerpiece to what will be paramount. Plus which is be rebranding in in march but as a member of the viking. Cbs family with clarisse over on cbs. Proper have you thought about what expanding this world would look like. And can you do that. Given the properties complicated rights issues. I have absolutely no. I'm hugely confident that that i have seven years of story to tell about clery startling because she was missing for seven years. This is like people talk about. Let's go find. Amelia earhart okay. I'd love to go find clarice starling to her mother. Tell me about her father. Why did it. Her mother sent her away as opposed to the other kids in the family because she has siblings. How did the siblings survive. After cleary's was gone. What was the significance of the black and white crow that landed on her mother's cart when her mom was forced to be a hotel maid. How do you really feel about your dad. Who your who you idolize. Getting himself essentially held up by a by some small time very petty criminals and then your whole life changes those questions. And how do you hear ninety three. There's no h. r. There's none of the language right that we have. And she's in the middle of the world's biggest frat house where everybody has a gun. How and she's young. she's attractive she's female and she's famous and she just came off this huge victory like everybody's gonna hate our guts. So what do you do with that. And you are particularly wired to speak monster like that's dope that's intriguing so there's no shortage of clerks. Will it it strikes me that if you do the math going back to the movie you inquiries are roughly the same age. Do you probably d do you sort of see that personal tied to the world that she was in in you know in the early nineties or are you able to look back on. That with clear is through this show. I'm certainly able to look back on. The nineties with clear is in the show. I have separate connection chris. The lighter startling in my life could not be more different. But i do. I did find this really and again. This is the story that i was like. Okay let me wait to the end. Whatever but this very intriguing connection to clarisse that is not readily apparent. But it's really the first thing that sort of smack me in the head. And i will tell you guys about it but like why did she tell us. But i'm happy to.
"clarice" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"His dad and and like turn his back on the family legacy great great and he sort of he got me into television by ascii said you wanna be consultant on sleepy hollow and i said sure. I didn't really know what that was. There's a lot of actually things about television. That i'm still not quite sure of and it's sort of built slowly from there and he's a very persuasive kind of find yourself moving to california after fifty two years new york and making television shows which was nothing nothing. That was two years ago. Nothing on my radar at all. I had absolutely no idea that. This is where i would be in. I'd at the age of fifty four. And now your exact producing multiple star trek shows and co created clarisse. The sciences the lambs off. Which is what we're talking about here today. So talk us through how the claris part of it came together to. I mean this is all fascinating. It was one of those weird in sexual inception moments. Where someone. I don't remember if it was him or me kind of said where's glories whereas clery starling and jonathan demme created directed rachel getting married and but we didn't have deep conversations We were talking about another movie. And he he. I saw the oscar. You know and stuff like that. But i we didn't we didn't get.
Lucasfilm fires 'The Mandalorian' star Gina Carano after offensive social media posts
"Meanwhile was fired from her co starring role or guest starring role on star wars. Shoot the mandalorian. After social media posts basically saying that being a republican today was like being jewish during the holocaust. This was the second time that the outspoken conservative and former star found herself in hot water in november. She mocked mask wearing and falsely suggested. That voter fraud occurred during the twenty twenty presidential election after being fired by lucasfilm. Khurana was immediately dropped by her
AI Opportunity in Insurance, from Process Automation to Decision Support - with Gary Hagmueller
"This week's episode is focused squarely on insurance. There's a lot to keep track of in the space from claims to underwriting to back in process automation to customer service every six months the landscape of AI vendors and known use cases in the enterprise companies changing in altering in part of our work involves staying on top of that that means speaking to heads of AI and innovation leaders at companies. You might know like Geico allstate or Axa. Some the biggest insurance players in the world as well as staying on top of the start up ecosystem this week we speak with one of the players in that. Startup ecosystem. Gary Moeller is the CEO and president of Clara Analytics Clara analytics based in the bay area. And they are focused squarely on insurance artificial intelligence applications Gary previously was the chief operating officer at a house. D One of the rare companies in Silicon Valley to raise hundred million dollars plus for an artificial intelligence company and he was before that the CFO at Zoro which is an incredibly successful subscription management payments. Firm out again in the bay area so gary has got a pretty storied past in the startup world. Clarice raised about twelve million in there. Certainly on the way up insurances ripe for disruption and there's plenty to cover so gary gives us his perspective on where is making its way into insurance where he thinks it's going to make the biggest impact in the relative near term without further ado. We're going to hop right. It says Gary Hag with Clara analytics here on the business podcast so Gary. I wanted to start us off with just your idea today as to where is making a difference in insurance what what functions. It's being adopted into where the traction is today. If we look at a in the Insurance Enterprise Great Question. Damn yeah so so. There's definitely a whole bunch of different places where we're starting to see a proliferate. I will say it's probably very early days really for a big time. So we're you know. Obviously we are very focused on the claims operation space and so we're seeing a variety of different places where this is getting applied. It's getting applied. At least we're we're we're seeing it generally in two flavors things that can kind of be automated away. You know think simple tasks that it you know today. You got a human doing that. Maybe doesn't need to be done and in the second place where we're seeing it. Generally is is occurring in places where there are very complex in weak signals. That have a pretty large bearing on the outcome of whatever the person is working on or whatever the group is working on in is really being used as an augmentation of human capability but so think about the ability to kind of see around the corner and figure out where the things that that could affect what they're working on positively or negatively are In giving them action in on so like nausea as he said. Our focus is on claims ops but yet we have it a guy on my board works in in underwriting and we seen a bunch of different places where this is starting to apply even in the actuarial space. But it's been you know it's really feels like there's a. There's a groundswell of interest activity coming. I like your break out here when you when you look at a impact and insurance. Maybe we could do this with any sector. But you're talking about two categories. One is what can be automated away. I like the term. A lot of vendors are afraid to use that phrase even because it it comes across. You know immoral. You're one of those automation. People stealing job I. I hear a lot of vendors been far too tender with being able to say that phrase Second informing decisions. So it's sounds like a short breaking things up into we look at insurance. What might be an example of each just to give people a Nice Representative Lens into space some automated stuff and then some some decision informing. So I'm GonNa give you some thoughts on both of those but I do WanNa touch on the point on the automation automation away. I feel like that's a topic. That comes up a lot in this whole a discussion on. I don't think it's as sinister as which you portrayed it as I think it's really a situation where there's a lot of tasks that are being done today that I guarantee you that people do not. I don't WanNa do. And it's part of their regular job and so if you free them from doing tasks that they don't WanNa do in focus them in on the things that they would rather be doing that. They are probably better at doing right. That actually ends up making everybody better off instead of giving you kind of an example right. There's a lot of places where you have things blow through processing right where you can get a claim you can analyze. The machine can analyze the claim. The machine can make a determination that like this routine claimed. Let's just go ahead and eight. You know issue payment or issue settlement or whatever On this particular thing so that's maybe an example of things that the kind of flow through the machine can take care of An ambitious close out without necessarily having to kick it up to somebody who is just going to you know. Look at it. Roll their eyes. It's just another one of these ones again. You know do a couple of things. Close it out and move on right. So that's kind of an example of the automation flow the other side of it. So think of it as kind of decision support or or kind of enhancements human enhancement is what I would basically think about it. Were that's where you know. This is this by the way is common across all areas of machine learning. Were what you're doing. If you're tapping into an appropriately. Large amount of data. You're going to begin to pick up weak signals right in in things that are actually deterministic. That most humans aren't going to be able to go off and do right in in. That's for two reasons number one. They may have been doing this job for ten fifteen whatever years to have a certain way of doing the job and they're just never going to look at those other sources of data right. The secondary part is that some of those sources flow in places that people generally don't even look at so if you've figured out how to tap into all these different data sources and you can then get a much more complete picture like in the case of the sorts of things that we do. We can do a much more complete sense of what's going on with an individual claiming give evidence on like exactly how to attack this problem. Right now to mitigate loss or wind up doing something that's going to wind up making the claiming happier subtle faster. That sort of thing in. Maybe there's an interesting sort of exercise that we could do so I guess one quick thing I did I certainly wouldn't call automation sinister per se. I think there are to be some cases where someone gets freed up to do something more cognitively interesting and it's a thank goodness kind of experience. There will be other times where you know. Abacha folks in India Needham Filing TPS reports anymore. You know what I mean. They'll find somebody else to work with point blank period. There's going to be that and I think everybody needs to be pretty honest about it but there will be plenty of of experiences where we'll be able to move people up in work more interesting things when you look in a business and obviously insurance is your space and you aim to sort of help. Maybe business leaders think through where I can find a fit. You look at a business and say oh here's some identifiable for our potentially automative bucket and then here's some ones that we can also identify for the decision bucket. How do we put on a pair of goggles to to see those opportunities an insurance? What might be helpful.
Man tried 6 times for same murders released on bond
"Never to a Mississippi man who has been tried six times for the same murders is enduring freedom for the first time in more than two decades Curtis flowers or is released from prison yesterday following a hearing in which a judge granted in bond months after a big victory in the U. S. Supreme Court Clarice was charged with the nineteen ninety six murders of four people who were killed during a robbery at a furniture store the cases against flowers resulted into mistrials and four convictions reversed on appeal due to prosecutorial misconduct the final reversal came in June from the Supreme Court which ruled prosecutor Doug Evans systematically prevented African Americans from serving as
"clarice" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Be so windy somebody to. We're about what happened to Clarice because he died for no reason, we just need closure is Hoy, because of out of my family members is they will close the is not risks than his great five wanna know to the right one. This is another woman from a separate case who's lost a loved one as well. Know. The like what are we gonna do, right? Wing me. Some type of helping Dallas I want my kids to be protected. I want to be able to go to the grocery store, a feel safe. I wanna be able to go through my areas. It don't have to worry about somebody, robbing me, somebody shooting me, meme, you are safe. We've taken the statues down, we have asked the statues are absolutely down. You're safe. Now this problem goes deeper than just a statue. You are safe. The statues are down ma'am. You're not gonna get harmed. The statues are down and don't worry. Are pro crime DA, who has decriminalized many crimes people who will eventually graduate to home aside. He's making sure that he's not locking anybody up anymore. What's the lesson? Don't be bored. I call him urkel now. Pro crime DA. Herbal what's the lesson? Don't be four. So. Yeah. There we need the.
"clarice" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"Thank you so much. I can get things done when I went to. I. Oh, yeah. So I was like I didn't I salute my bat as I've sand my bag. It's like you subs. I'd like things like put up a towel rack, you know, like not organized carpenter or like, I was like look at this person. This is not a person who knows she's Merck. There were no saw thong making making the case of how disorganized yours, I couldn't even carry a purse that made sense. Yeah. I'm the kind of person who would walk out wearing a sweatshirt yet. I mean, it's like pregnant people and meet you are in the same category. And you're too high off for everything for makes crazy it makes Makes. it. Yeah. Yeah. I so he was like until he was so he was he told me that I was too old to be Spacey. And I was like, but it was actually really powerful a friend told me later, he he was like he thought that that the guy was kind of onto something that like. Like, maybe this was a message to you. This is a life learning moment that like we could like push off. It's like oh Clarice Spacey or like actually the truth was that I was associated with. He was right. It wasn't that. I was Spacey. There's something really wrong. This either something really wrong with me shine dissociating. Yeah. So he thought I was lying, but the truth was there is something greater than being space. Cadet the dissociation came from. I think it just came from surly funny therapy. She's always I remember for a while. She was like pretty sexually rised. I was like, no. She's a sure was like, yeah. Like, some why are you like us? I've never wished that. I was sexually abused. So much. You know, what I mean sleep at least those guys have therapists. Yeah. Yeah. So he was right. And then he went to jail. So then he took me to jail like jail jail. The took me to jail jail just classic jail with jail people in there. And they they patted me down. They did my fingerprints. What is your friend? Do. She laughed. She does she know. This was going to happen to you. Or I don't know she wasn't like a really close friend clearly become on but same time like we're young. And like what was she going to do like sit outside jail. I don't know who knew they were gonna let me out by the way, they like didn't give me a phone call justify everybody. I hope you all know that they chew not always give you a phone call. Did you ask for it? I sure did. And it was at night. So they let me out to like middle of the night. And so then I had walked my car by myself in like the middle of. Santa Monica is the most bushy place, you could be, but so they processed you put you in jail cell, and then let you out. Yeah. And this is yes, then I was in jail cell with, you know, homeless people whatever drunk people and. Yeah. And then eventually they let me out. Yeah..
UK's May fires defense secretary over Huawei leak
"Papacy of the British Defense Secretary oven. Williamson has been sucked of leaks from a national Security Council meeting it discuss security implications of allowing the Chinese company while we take part in a building the building of bitten five g mobile network. Mr. Williamson denies any involvement in the leak robots enough political correspondent is joining us on job. Fra children, talking Brexit. Well, you say that Allen and good morning Clarice while everybody else, but I'm not so sure I mean, I actually I put this as being puff of the Brexit Malays that wings, British politics await for in this way. The that's leaking from the national Security Council is sort of breakdown and disciplined that we've seen and British government because of the divisions over your because of Brexit. So in a way, I I do put it as pots that Malays that sort of habit that ministers get into and there's no discipline no unit. Say, oh, well, it's probably all right. Fi speaks about this that and the other physicians quite strong, though, other not national Security Council is supposed to be very confidential. Yes. I mean, having said this is the present Malays will quickly focus on this. It is immensely serious because it's the holy of holies Funke put it that way. The national Security Council which was established in twenty ten brings together very senior ministers from the governments, and it brings together senior officials from military from the intelligence to discuss the threats to the UK, of course, one of the things. It's makes it immensely serious says it doesn't only involve UK intelligence miniature officials, but all of us. They discuss intelligence that's been provided the UK by its allies. And that is why even though what was leaked out of this particular meeting wasn't particular sensitivity sensational. It was the very idea that something could leak has these meetings which had Theresa May and Britain's allies in. A spin. And what has Mr. Williamson said has. I mean, this is extraordinarily stuff on. And I mean, I I know I use the lead extraordinary about British politics. But he say nothing to do with with me of. And he's saying he was quote way, he says, I swear on my children's lives. This was nothing to do with me. So it seems to me one of two things could happen. Now, either he's got some way of trying to prove that any carries on and on and on all I will be some further investigation all some provisions of the evidence, which suggests actually it was you Mr. Williamson. And so what's likely to happen next? I'm hearing all sorts of noises about potential prosecution. Well, certainly the opposition says a saying, look if he's breached what's known as the official secrets acts, which is incredibly serious the police should be involved in jail ship involved. I owning streets hopes this is the the sort of the end of the matter seems to me the the lot of the burden is now Mr. Williamson if he really is prepared. Sourness children's lives. And as as as innocence as he says, he is presumably he's going to carry on trying to say that and how much of a headache is this what to resume. Do you think? Well, I think again like today when we when we started I think, it's a headache in the sense. That reminds everyone that this is a government that discipline unity. Everything is pretty much breaking down. I mean on the other hand, I think it also says about threes may that want everyone thinks she doesn't go much time left in dire straits, she's not going to go quietly, and you know, she's propellants exercise or authority when she feels she
"clarice" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"And excited to have everybody along for the next hour for another brand new edition of trainer, talk and JT. We've kind of been in a pattern lately the past few weeks when people go back to our website, and they listened to the podcast of these programs of interviewing people that might just be kind of getting started with their careers. But today, we have a very unique story. It's a trainer who began his career in the mid nineteen. Seventies took. Some time off and then came back and just saddled his first winner in quite some time this past Saturday. So a cool story here, you might say, he's inspirational. You know, you've talked about this before you've talked about getting back into training horses on some level. Right. It's you've never made the move. But you've talked about it. Well, yeah. I was reading his story. And he was mentioning that people ask him about training all the time. And he knew he'd never pulled the trigger up until recently. And that kind of how how I feel. I mean, a lot of people ask me when you come back. We we'd like to give you some horses and stuff, and I don't know. I I I haven't been able to to pull the trigger. You have maybe one of these days my kids keep giving me to do it. So we'll see we'll get an HR end syndicated horse. You'll be the trainer, and we'll just roll with it from there. All right. Let's gather up some big money though. I don't want any bombs to get whatever. That's the only that's fine. You buy me a derby horse. I'll get you there. All right. Well, tonight's guest did indeed begin that training career in one thousand nine hundred seventy six and he has saddled the total of two thousand two hundred thirty seven winners in his career with more than thirty two million dollars in person earning HS, and that number is made even more impressive and likely would be a lot higher. When you consider the fact that this past Saturday, he saddled his first winner in how about this twelve years. He is trainer. Bob clarice. And he is with us now on trainer talk presented by phasing Tipton. Bob, welcome to the show. Appreciate the time. Are you doing guys glad to be caught on this? Yeah. Happy to have you on board and looking forward to hearing your story. And it is quite a story had you gotten how good it feels to watch your horse cross the finish line in front. Yes. And no. It's it's a case. It's always exciting to win that never gets old. Okay. And it I have to say, yes, still thrill. It was interesting for me to read that that. You said it was like you'd never left, and that's something that always, you know, is in the back of my mind. What would I be able to you You know? know, take up where I left off kind of thing talk about that a minute. Well, it's like riding a bike. I mean, you know, bite bikes change colors chains. Different KIA's change a lot of medication rules of changed. But the bottom line is still the same nucleus..
"clarice" Discussed on WJR 760
"At trying to convince people that Trump lied. They are so outta touch. It's breathtaking. Seven sixty WJR News, Marie Osborne at Michigan State University. Interim president John angler be out of a job that he tried free press reports the Michigan state board of trustees has asked anger to resign before. It fires 'em tomorrow morning. The paper says the board has scheduled emergency eight AM board meeting for Thursday, and at least five board members are prepared to vote to fire angler ISIS claiming responsibility for a deadly explosion that killed US service in the Syrian city of men biz today correspondent Clarice award says, there are villages that are simply level to the ground. These are the exact type of conditions that ISIS and groups like ISIS, thriving when they go underground they become an insurgency the take advantage of the power vacuum. They seize on the Malays of the people. And that's when they hit back. WJR news time to thirty one. We're gonna head out to the roads with. Yeah. Cleared up all of our earlier accidents. But we're still watching heavy traffic on the ambassador bridge heading into the United States. It's over ninety minutes for trucks over thirty minutes for cars. Please be cautious of that. No other delays in heading into Canada on the embassador bridge is free and clear. We've got some work crews on seventy five southbound between Miller road is sixty nine. If Flint the left lane blocked, they should clear at three pm this afternoon and Laura Stevens fort WJR chattanooga's.
"clarice" Discussed on The Talk Show
"You look for the box with the arrow. Yeah. Exactly. And we could debate whether the Google icon is is better or more understandable, you could do user testing all that's fine. But the point is that if you're on IOS, there's a thing you look for and if you're an Android likewise. Because when I wrote this I heard from people, and it's like, oh, well, you know, apple does this wrong on apple music for Android is that is at any better. And my answer is no it's not better be a good citizen on the platform you live on. And it's not just because I think one platform is better than the other. It's because a platform speaks a language and people learn it, whether they know they're learning it or not, and then you wanted to be consistent. And that's what good platform designed I know and all the app, developers who listen to this are are nodding, probably because it's a thing that they have to learn to which is even if you have a great idea for a better way to do it. If it's completely contrary to the way everybody else does it. It's gonna be a tough sell because nobody is going to expect this behavior. Even if it is better. Nobody expects it. So you better you better be a lot better. And even then you're taking a huge risk. And you know, it's not something like pull to refresh which was a kind of a painting in an area that was previously. Unpainted? It's like if you're trying to go everybody does it this way. And you're going to do it this different way. Because you think it's better even if it might be slightly better. It's the wrong decision because nobody knows how to do that. Everybody knows the other way. Pulled over going to file pulled over fresh away. Because that is a really good point. I've got about six threads here on my head. And I can't keep six Fed's going. We were talking about. I it's, but I want one thing I want to finish up before we go on is. I wanna finish up on my point of why I think I've missed filed the saga of word six MAC in my head is that when it happened at the time again, I wasn't a word user personally. So it didn't you know? There was a certain smugness to this isn't my poor suckers who use Microsoft Word had right? There's doesn't I I was I had to use it in my college newspaper used it in mind, obviously, all the manuscript at the magazine were written word, my college newspaper was a Clarence House. So we wanted everything in macrey format or and or Clarice works worked equally while Almac, right Clarice. And you know, eventually there was one columnist who is submitting files and BB at it textiles, but it didn't matter because he was also doing the layout of the shirt paper. But for years, though, I filed it away as a tragedy of this was terrible. You know, there was an app that was a fine MAC up. And I was already at that point, you know, cared about good maps. Right. And I thought this is a tragedy because here was a fine map from Microsoft, and now Microsoft, obviously sees this. You know? You know, saw this is fine to ship for the MAC. And mostly out of danger. Because at the time by that time Microsoft's growing power in the industry was obvious and it was worrisome because man, if this starts a trend, this is bad news, right? Like, I don't wanna see this happening to apps. I do use like Photoshop, right? I don't want some new version of Photoshop to come out and be the word six photo shops. So for decades, I've had this filed under as bad incident. Whereas what I realized now is it was one of the finest moments in the MAC history because it didn't work, and it made the reaction was so strong from users that just and what is a more typical word Microsoft Word is not an esoteric app. Right. It was literally one of the most popular apps on the platform. I guess by headcount me, maybe MAC right had more because I guess they used to ship Mak right for free by the point win fought word five was out. I would I would probably argue that it was the most commonly used internet cap in a professional sense. It almost certainly was maybe in schools macaroni was still more popular..
Saudi Arabia will admit to killing Khashoggi during interrogation: CNN
"CNN reports Saudi Arabia will admit that. It's responsible for the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi embassy in his Tom bowl. Correspondent Clarice award is in Turkey. Bayer preparing to acknowledge that Jamal cook. She was indeed killed in the consulate in kind of botched operation an interrogation went wrong. The idea had been
"clarice" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"And moving forward from there. So that's one of the things that we want to put out there in terms of something that you may want to get involved with. This past week. Basketball a love story. E S P N. This past Tuesday. They had part one and part two. We had already set it up for you. Our radio listening audience. We had Dan Clarice who is the person responsible for putting everything together. And then. After that. We had Earl the Pearl Monroe who was a part of putting together a lot of the information. And also the music. So we had already prepared you. That this was coming. Now, what we want to say to you. What did you get out of it? What information you were able to receive that you probably were not aware of before? And what kind of a dialogue, Ken, we have you. And I. And reference to basketball.
"clarice" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"But it was hilarious though. When you see in her purse, the pistol and he was before the Pistilli was talking about how every every mission he gets shot. And then she shows up and I told Clarice. I said, man, don't tell me the poor guy shot. You know and sure enough the shoulder shot, you know? Yeah. And I think so. I also in my article, I talked about the troubadours and the troubadour is the what is that the sixteenth century. I don't even know what century they are, but the the minstrels that sing and they're singing about love affairs and and nightly fun things. But in the in the true depths of what they're discussing, they're talking about politics, talking about religion, they're talking about faith and society. So I think this has that level of depth to it that if you, if you tease it apart or even subconsciously you can, you can get to a core that is the true human interaction and that whole time through the whole course of the whole thing. The doctors are all trying to solve this mismatch of depression with a with a technical tech. Analogical fix through chemicals and through technology. We can fix you without even needing to sit on a couch, right? He says, you don't. You don't even need to therapy therapies fake, you know, you don't. You don't need that. You need this computer and in this in this sense, the computers, this big computer. But in our world, the computers, their little cell phone, and because we're so enamored with it, we miss out on the kids in miss out on the wife and you know, and it's and it's a little bit different. And I'm like I said, I'm guilty of all of these things. So you have your like your mindfulness on a cell. It's not even mindfulness to you. It's in your cell phone and you're just following what this little app is telling you. Exactly. Yeah. It is. It's crazy, you know? Yeah, so I appreciate that. I appreciate slowing it down. I appreciate no no twist in the end to kind of fool us. I, I appreciate the two, so I did, and I think it would have been easy to to fall into any one of these troops to fall into any one of these traps to take the money and run and just kind of like phone it in and do do something different, but not that different. And I think they really, they executed fully on this thing and it's it's a fun. Fun. Full experience. Yeah, little little graphic in violent with some of the things, but I mean that might turn some people off overall. I mean, it didn't turn me off because it was like so gratuitous. It was almost comedic it. Yeah, it was. I, I actually because I was doing one of those because I benched it so tightly I did fall asleep right before that scene happened, and I woke up in the middle of it, the which seen the one, the drill, the drill to the head of the drills of the head. I was thinking to the will. There's that scene and the other one was when his brother gets blown away with the shock, and then he, he's in the bathtub lake with his guts hanging out. Yeah, yeah, that was another nasty one. Right? And but when the drill goes to the head, I was waking up because he's because he's screaming, right? Yeah. And when you're waking up your already disoriented. A little bit. So I was like, oh, I guess I guess they need to put this down. I guess I need to stop watching this to watch it tomorrow. Yeah, it's like hostile, right? But it but it..
"clarice" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"It doesn't do it for me. You haven't seen this yet, but with being all the buzz about it, Jack Ryan, the so withdrawn Khorasan ski, which is on Amazon prime. It's fantastic. I watch the entire thing and one day the way they humanize portrayal. Terrorists is very unique. I've seen in maybe like heat the way they've done that where they really show the villain side with the hero side. Those actors are phenomenon and they're like fully four, full rounded, four dimensional. Princes, so you understand their motivations, even if you know they're wrong. Yeah, it's funny because my my partners was in the army and he was in Iraq as you guys night for thirteen months. And I remember when I met him, I asked him the question about people that he had hit tattoo kill, and I remember sort of saying to your house or toll bad ass by the way. Thank you. He's awesome. How how you okay with the fact that you killed someone who in another time in another place, she could be having a drink with a ball or playing game of pool with, and he just said, you can't think of it like that you have to. It's you and your brothers do protect. And that's the truth of is, obviously, I mean everybody in the army that that's what they're trained to do that train to kill the enemy. But the enemy is doing the exact same thing to us withering to them. Is right for that country and for their family. And so that I think really is the essence of of good versus evil. No, no person is ever completely evil. So you have to be able to them on the bulletin. Exactly. Even. I agree when you can humanize someone like Hannibal in film, that's what makes it so spectacular. Yeah. And again, I mean Jodi foster a as an actress is so phenomenal. I agree. Clarice or is it Clarice? Cleese incredible. Several others that are spectacular, really does big big roles. She's been around. She accused man, she won an Oscar for that. That's a rough movie, but she's brilliant an all right. We'll move on to do here. And this is super fun. I think you're going to like this pick because this female character in film is so damn underrated Aylwin Miranda Otto from the Lord of the rings. I love that. I absolutely love her character and his one of the reasons why I love her so much. So she's kind of again, you're right about the Serena in the two towers. She's kind of a damsel in distress. She has a huge crush on Aragon. She loves him and so on. In the third film, she's the one who kills the nas- go kings. Remember he says, no man can kill me. She takes a helmet. Often. She goes, I am no man. That gives me goosebumps every time. And then she puts the sort through his head and kills the king of the nas- go AO n. is such a bad ass same with Miranda Otto, the actress. She's I didn't know. She kind of she was in war of the world. And the few films. And I've never seen this since then. She's very underrated. I love the rings. Yeah, the show's favorite films. Always comes up that we just it's top film things the help out. Exactly. I had a whole themed party. I remember my wife..
World Digest: June 10, 2018
"A rescue boat which is over six hundred african migrants on board is currently searching for a port to dock the migrants were picked up from rubber motorboats in the mediterranean sea near libya the italian interne minister has refused the rescue boat entry to italian ports and says malta should take it multi says it has nothing to do with the rescue boat and it was under italian jurisdiction the boat called the clarice is run by the charity sos mediterrane nick roman knock is a spokesperson for them and joins us now nick great to have you with us just give us the latest on the boat where is it now and what's the condition of people on board good morning so aquarius has lost light is it stopped inbetween inbetween malta and sicily upon receiving instructions from the italian authorities to do so so there is an impasse.
Brazil tennis great Maria Bueno buried
"Today's filing us special forces soldiers being killed and four other american service personnel wounded in an attack by islamic militants in somalia the incident happened in jubilant were us forces are operating alongside somali troops to tackle alshabaab militants bbc news there's been a series of explosions in the iraqi city of kirkuk a military statement said a blast killed at least one person and injured fourteen others later on friday in a crowded market area of the city tensions have been high in kirkouk since disputed parliamentary elections in may since america's most successful female tennis player maria bueno has died at the age of seventy eight where news born in the brazilian city of sao paulo one nine thousand eighteen major titles during her career in the fifties and sixties she'd been suffering from mouth cancer leonardo rauscher reports mighty stab weighin wish was known in brazil won three singles titles in wimbledon four in the united states she was a self taught prodigy who brought grace to the game was a dominant force in the ninety sixties maria buenos career was shortened by elbow problems which he blamed on the heavy wooden brackets of the time after she retired she continued to follow the tennis circuit and became a tv and radio commentator when asked maria bueno named rod laver and roger federer as the greatest tennis players of all time a texas family that lost nine of its members in the mass shooting at the sutherland springs baptist church last year is suing the federal government for damages the lawsuit filed by jew and clarice holcomb blames the us air force for failing to report the killers history of violence mental illness and dishonorable discharge which would have prevented him from owning guns mr mrs holcomb who are in their eighties lost their children grandchildren and great grandchildren in the attack the head of animation at disney john lasseter is leave the company at the end of the year the director of the hit film toy story has been in a leave of absence since november after making star feeling comfortable with unwanted hugs mr lasseter apologize for the behavior which she said had crossed the line bbc news thanks you're listening to the needs room from the bbc.
"clarice" Discussed on TechStuff
"Stor but then transferred to the university of california berkeley to finish out his undergraduate degree and he moved out west pamela his girlfriend slash veon say continued her studies at the university of california santa cruz she had already earned a bachelor's degree in biology and now with studying plant molecular genetics smart lady pierre then went to work for a company called clarice interesting little side note clarice was a subsidiary of apple so i covered this a little bit in the apple story about how the company was trying to deal with software for its macintosh line it had formed claris in nineteen eightyseven when apple needed to devote resources to creating updates to aging software packages like mac draw and mac project pierre was a mac programmer working for apple sort of by way of a subsidiary there was a sweet deal that was on the horizon clarice was poised to spinoff from abc apple and hold its own initial public offering or ip oh employees who had a stake in the company would end up making a lot of money the ipo went well so things were looking up and this is generally how initial public offerings go you normally have employees who have some sort of ownership in the company and when it goes public they ended up getting a reward of stock in the company and if the ipo goes really well then the stock's value increases and thus you can end up becoming wealthy overnight but then in nineteen ninety apple decided it was not going to spin off claris after all and the company would remain a subsidiary under apple that decision prompted the company president that is claire's as company president to leave clarice and that initiated something of an exodus of employees throughout nineteen ninety and ninety one including pierre he decided he was going to leave the company and try something new so.
"clarice" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Okay okay step one clip for you in this situation it's certainly not me not you am i able to do this legal contract with just a clipboard i don't need i mean like it seems like that's the only thing i need for a legal i don't need a pen or a computer or is easing al weston okay this is two different steps one is get the clipboard yeah and then i guess there's another step so for scratch sca old step two okay new step two is put the clip or down forget about the clipboard for a little bit okay thank you okay step three would be go to your computer yes okay step four open up a word processing application yeah changes yeah are a lot of our people are paid is devote okay clarice where he's not clarice works okay if i use pages as anybody with open it when i send it to them well you might have to you're not they're not going to need to open it open pages draft a legal contract saying that you will tell twenty people about hollywood handle yeah sh oh that is so viral but it said but say but they have to say certain things about it that is so delicious they have to say that it's that they love it good yeah they can't just be like this is the thing you know like like it's a podcast it's very jointed they don't seem to prepare and like well supposed to dedicate my time to them i don't want them willing say that it's so insular and that they'll do entire episodes that are dependent on me having seen a tweet from another podcast and otherwise i'm completely at sea for the length of the episode and not somehow comedy like it's feels like they're limiting their audience and then complaining that it's not big if they're saying that as a result of this legal contract then the contest is having the opposite effect.
"clarice" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"As an i which isn't quite powerful enough so they raise of like converts to a focus but not quite quickly enough so that focus actually foams behind the retina so we need to move that focus a little bit further forward by adding a slightly more converging lens in front of the eye to bring that focus forward onto the retina now on the other hand shortsightedness is where the is slightly to powerful for its length so light coming into the i is refracted or converged and the is a bit to fish int doing that so the raise lie a converged a little bit too much and they come to a focus in front of the retina and then the light race carry on and by the time they reached the retina the image is blurred again so shortsighted people need dive edging lenses in order to push the point of clarice focused backwards onto the retina whether you glasses contact so even had laser eye surgery the aim of the game is the same it's to adjust the way that light benz in the i in order for it to fall spot on onto the retina there are other tests involved in an eye exam through assessing my vision with a series of lenses kes check if i had a stigma tick or rugbyballshaped is that kind 'cause visual impairment other tests included checking if my eyes will working together well as a path and if the muscles around the eyes would doing that job well enough to allow me to move my eyes in all directions but it's not just how well we can see this coveted i test trysts also look into the i self the certain specific structures that we want to pay particular attention to the first thing that we look for when we look into the back of the it's called the optic nerve head where all the nerve fibers from across the retina gather up the plughole to the brine up the optic nerve.
"clarice" Discussed on AdultSh1t
"And the next got i think this is what it was i would always masturbate the same way with my left leg bent up a little bit so a lot of the pressure was on the right side so then eventually as i get older my right side of my vagina got bigger than my less i'm gonna love side of this and guess what not once not number has someone gone down me who do there that's like get into your vagina they're not like you know what let me change my mind again if they do they're horrible but it is just like that's not the thing that anyone's thinking about like when they're about to have sex with exactly late my about it later like right like i've had sex with people than later like oh wow they're you know dick tilted the certain way three wins genitals have like a weird thing like genitals inherently or not just this like glorious perfect thing and kids per day one diamond it's it's a pervades like in a glass case in a glass case nobody could get it not even too but i think i do understand where the insecurity comes from because we are conditioned to think that of adrina should only look one way in that we're can we see other vaginas like ours jones clitoris on instagram clitoris i think that's what it's called club clitoris clitoris i think that's what it is clarice like.