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McConnell proposing that impeachment trial start in February
"Republican leader Mitch McConnell wants to push back former President Trump's impeachment trial to mid February. Democrat Chris Coons tells CNN. I would expect that we'd be more receptive to this delay. If we are continuing to do the work of the Senate in confirming the senior members of the Cabinet across all depart House Speaker. Pelosi can trigger the start of the trial at any time. By sending the impeachment charge to the Senate.
Fresh update on "coon" discussed on Morning Edition
"Senate. Is the antithesis. Frying to resolve conflicts through violent terrorist attack. Democrats do not argue that cruise and Holly had the right to object to the electors. But they want the ethics panel to investigate whether their actions around doing so violated the code of conduct that broadly calls on senators to act with high moral principles. Hedrick Pain is a government ethics expert with the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center. I do think that this is the perfect example of why the Senate ethics Committee exists and that is to pick a subjective standard. What these members want to live by. The Constitution allows the senators to discipline their own members. There's little transparency around ethics investigations, but the committee has the power to recommend punishments. A verbal slap on the wrist to expulsion. The top Democrat on the committee, Chris Coons of Delaware, has already called on them to resign. Holly is unmoved by the criticism recently, telling reporters quote I'm not going anywhere. Both crews and Holly are considered possible 2024 contenders.
At least 25 domestic terrorism cases opened as result of Washington, DC violence: lawmaker
"Domestic terrorism cases have been opened as a result of Wednesday's assault on the Capitol that, according to Democratic representative James Crowe of Colorado, Delaware Senator Chris Coons on CBS's face the Nation said he's concerned about the inauguration. It is more Agent than ever that we flood the zone around the capital with federal resource is to ensure the safe transfer of power to President elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris. In 10 days when virtually the entire Congress will be assembled again. President Trump has ordered US flags at half staff at federal buildings after the death of two Capitol police officers. Authorities in
Fresh update on "coon" discussed on Morning Edition
"The Constitution allows the senators to discipline their own members. There's little transparency around ethics investigations, but the committee has the power to recommend punishments. From a verbal slap on the wrist to expulsion. The top Democrat on the committee, Chris Coons of Delaware, has already called on them to resign. Holly is unmoved by the criticism recently, telling reporters quote I'm not going anywhere. Both crews and Holly are considered possible 2024 contenders for President. Susan Davis. NPR NEWS Washington Mm hmm. This is NPR news. It's 5 42 on KCRW. Support for KCRW comes.
A Deep Dive into Aquatic Plants
"That's a really exciting trajectory. And that's really cool that you really early on saw that connection between water and aquatic plants and to me. It's really interesting. Round because aquatic plants both are influenced by water quality and can wander quality so the two are hand in hand and unfortunately even professionals in You know. I have told the story before. I came from a a nonprofit background that was into water quality and they just scoffed at the idea that native plant communities more important. So it's it's not a connection that people easily make but it's so important for both species and water right ensure as one of the things i've encountered is that i would be on a pond working with a student people walking by and you would hear comments about all. That pond is just all of nasty. Algae at i'd be like actually there's no algae here and it would usually be covered in something like duck queens or full of coon tail and a lot of time. People look look at a water nature. See the plans. But they think they think it's algae under call it Weeds or hans. Come so there's definitely this you know. Some negative not towards aquatic plants and a my goal really is to share with people. You know how cool these plants are and as you said. There's this connection with water quality. Such a great goal to have and yeah i. I was waiting to hear how long it would take for pond skunk to mentioned at some point. Because that's the thing. I hear repeated time and time again and until you really get a chance to throw on a pair goggles or canoe or kayak an area that has a really healthy aquatic plant community. I can kind of understand that because if you're just used to like sort of overflow ponds or farm agricultural ponds sometimes they can look a little bit like pea soup but when you see those communities when you see a really healthy thriving underwater plant community stunning and amazing But it's also this evolutionary marvel because even though everything came from the water if you're an aquatic flowering plant at least you didn't start out in the water. They're kind of the whales of the plant world. they they moved onto land adapted to that and then kind of moved back right. Well actually. I was doing some reading today his i. I'm really interested in in this question. And so i. I was reading to really sort of heavy paper about the evolutionary history of aquatic angiosperms and one paper this one i think he mountain twenty six t in and they they present these two hypotheses. One that there's these plants that are in aquatic orders where they don't have any surviving terrestrial relatives and still. They're thinking that these plants that are in these truly aquatic orders. Their possible origins are aquatic and possibly from early cretaceous period. And then the other part of this is that there's plants that are in aquatic families and aquatic genera- but there are from terrestrial orders and and these plants. They think evolved from terrestrial ancestors that adapted to aquatic environment. So there yet. So these two groups so plant. Some aquatic orders that have aquatic origins. Eventually an implants that are in aquatic fees or quasi general. But they're from russia or news and severe ones that would evolved from terrestrial ancestors how to read another paper. This one was published in two thousand and three but it was a little bit over my head. I feel for the general sense that there's these these two sort of thinking of this quiet orders in plants that came from terrestrial orders so this is all
Why is Podcast Index so important to podcasting?
"I've touched on it before. Of course we've touched on. Podcast insider but podcast index is kind of a Thing that adam. Curry the podfather dave jones developer and it. Gay the is known as a dude named ben Come up with Podcasting two point. Oh says let's preserve podcasting as a platform for free speech. And i've talked about free speech before but Podcast index is going to help do that in a couple of ways. Maybe couple of three ways. They have a secondary function that they're they're working on. But the main thing is they wanna have an alternative index for podcast apps out there Overcast and downcast. And you know all the myriad of android apps that are true podcast applications that use the rss feed that. You can subscribe to a podcast regardless of Whether it's in some sort of directory or not. You know like an apple podcasts. Do you have a hard time. Finding a podcast in less apple has approved it and put it in their directory. You can you know. What's nice about apple podcasts. As an app is yes. You can put in an rss feed but that's hard to do but most of these other apps. That are not apple. Podcasts google you know some of the non podcasts streaming apps like spotify app of android. I don't know a whole bunch of them that are music services that added podcasting and they don't work exactly the same as a true. Rss based podcast up but a lot of these third party ones. That aren't google or apple are using the apple. api to pull their directory. So you go in there and you search for a podcast and say You know Podcast addict per se. D- i don't know i think. They switched the index but at originally they were just apple. So if your podcast wasn't an apple your podcasts wasn't on the directory for say podcast addict. I i don't know for sure. Which one they're boeing. Or maybe they're doing both may they might be using. Apple's api an index api. Who knows. and i know this is a little bit on the geeky side but follow me here. So there's a catalogue of podcasts Apple seems to have like one point. Seven million shows something like that and as of right now Podcast index has one point. Three three five million podcasts. So not not the full catalog. That apple has but I think they have some in there. That are not on apple. Is some people. Do choose to not put their show on apple and that's okay apples. The big coon. But it's not the only one but but the thing is say apple decides that they don't like you for whatever reason for you know some sort of free speech thing or for maybe you know who knows what the reason is but it's their directory there commercial company. They you know they have. They have their editorial thing you know. And if you don't if you do something that they don't like then you are out of their directory and the problem was with that is is it takes you out of a whole bunch of other directories and that's that's the part that Podcast index is trying to help with you know give yet another option for app developers. You know blueberry also does that we have a podcast directory that is not directly tied to apple. So we have. I think a little bit more than apple does currently but you know there's an api there so some apps can pull the blueberry well. This podcast index is a free and open want That's what they're going for. And i think that's very important that it's not all up to one company. 'cause you know i keep going back to alex jones. Okay he you know the guy is a you know very controversial character will say regardless of your politics. He's he says stuff that other people don't like but the whole idea with free speeches. He's got the right to say it does long as he's not Advocating violence or something but just You know he's got the right to be wrong or right to be right. Who knows you know like i said. I'm not making editorial comment on what alex jones says but apple decided that he couldn't be on apple podcasts. Anymore so poof. He's off apple podcasts. The promise he was off of all this other stuff the beauty of it is he still has an rss feed and you can still subscribe to his podcast. Even on apple podcasts. The app well the podcast index wants to be a place where you know if you get docs tour of you get how you say it You know try to get cancelled by these big tech companies apple google stitcher. Whatever all these these places that they decide they don't like you and they take you out. You're still out there. And with podcast index. You may still be on some of these apps directories and what that's for. That's the goal. They've got a couple of other side goals. That are kind of cool. One is Creating a namespace in rss called podcast. And what that does is allows us to add things to the rss spec or add things to rss that app you app. Developers and podcasters can use One of the big ones that they come out with the locked tag and that's not been adopted by a lot of places yet but it's going to be at some point and what the lock tag does if if it's implemented. Is it locks your feed so that if say somebody wants to copy your show and so they import the rss feed into their Their system into another podcast hosts system And then you know they're newer. Podcast is now hosted and comes from another place and it may not be the real podcast. Just sorta prevents that or at least helps to you know he said if it gets wide adoption it'll be useful because you know kinda like the dns service for domain names you know. Nobody owns it. Sorta distributed that's what this namespace is going to be
Covid relief talks hit another wall as Congress runs short on time to send help
"The trump administration through another option on the table yesterday. Making nine hundred. Sixteen billion dollar offer to democrats. That has the support of senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell according to the wall street journal the proposal came after democrats rejected. Mcconnell's attempt to narrow the scope of the relief and to exclude both assistance to state and local governments favored by democrats and liability protections which are favored by republicans. The president's plan eliminates the three hundred dollars per week and unemployment insurance. Found in the bipartisan. Bill democrats say that is a nonstarter. Join us now. Senior writer at politico co author of the playbook jake sherman. He is in msnbc political contributor. So jake a new one thrown into the table from secretary. Mnuchin lobs to nancy pelosi. So we've got the bipartisan nine hundred. Eight billion dollars. This new one from the white house. There's a lot of talk about things getting done. We had joe manchin and chris coons confidently on here yesterday. Saying they believe something will get done before the holiday recess but are we actually any closer to a deal. No this is ridiculous. Would i will say this though. So let's just take a step back yesterday mitch. Mcconnell as you said tried to remove the contentious issues from the table so democrats want state and local funding republicans. Don't republicans want liability overhaul democarcy democrats largely are opposed to that. So he said you know what. Let's deal with those later. Let's just do the things. We agree on democrats said note. This deal that steven mnuchin put on the table. While it doesn't have everything the democrats want is the broad outline of a deal that both sides could get around. I mean yes. The unemployment insurance enhanced unemployment insurance is lower than it probably should be according to most democrats but this is a negotiation right so the democrats can come back and say no. We don't want ex. We want expos five hundred and then you're on the brink of a deal. Willie you really are. Here's what i would say right now. This bipartisan group. god blessed them Democrats and republicans a room talking about covid relief. It's time is very short. So if they want to deal the leadership. Nancy pelosi and mitch mcconnell needs to get into a room and work something out because time is very short and people really need assistance. And it's not only new money. While it's programs are expiring. Very critical unemployment programs have expired or are expiring. ppp does program that has kept businesses open. Bipartisan program is done. Needs to be refreshed renewed. There's a lot on the line here not much time left. And so. Casey are the people you cover. Every day you inject both on capitol hill really prepared to go back and face. Their voters in saying sorry over the holidays. We just couldn't get anything done over the last six seven months that that's exactly what i was going to say really listening to jake talk about that. No is the answer. I mean going home the day after christmas these benefits many of them expire going home and trying to explain to people. Why that is. I mean people are hanging on by the fingernails by the skin of their teeth. They have been making it work for all of the time. But if this goes way economists people in both parties recognize and. I think the way that we talk about this important. It is a relief package. It's not a stimulus. It's not as though they're adding things into the economy. They are trying to patch holes. It's a much different too much. Different thing. And jake one one thing i wanted to underscore and to get your take on. Is this question about direct checks because as as you outlined. There's this complicated calculus between okay. They don't want president trump to blow it up mitch. Mcconnell wants to do what the president wants to do. Mcconnell's priority is liability. He said okay. I'll take that off the table. If democrats take their top priority off the table. Democrats go for that. I mean you've got all this back and forth but for people who are looking for a check in the mail. The president obviously wants to put his name on those checks. There are people like republican. Josh hawley in the senate who want to do that. What's your sense on whether this is actually something. That's going to end up in this bill. I mean i don't think democrats are gonna go for checks at the expense of unemployment insurance but do you think they can find a compromise on that i do i. I don't think it star off casey. I mean we reported yesterday. I believe the days Baumel together for me. But i think it was yesterday in playbook that mitch mcconnell was softening and he was coming around to the idea of direct payments in the bill. Obviously nancy pelosi is for them. Obviously chuck schumer is for them. The matrix is see here is state and local in liability ride together and then everything else is in the mix separately right. So there's i don't see in my estimation any sort of compromise that would sub out direct payments and unemployment direct payments are now firmly in the mix because the white house put it in And that's important amino democrats. There is theory out. There on mute for is undoubtedly casey among republicans on capitol hill that they that nancy pelosi and chuck schumer didn't want to check with donald trump's name on it at this point who cares right i mean if you're a democrat like just get these checks out the door i but i i agree with you casey. They can't solve out some of these unemployment insurance programs for direct checks. I don't think. I just think that would be a a trade off. That is a little bit arts at the swallow.
"coon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"And if filmmakers see it then maybe they'll give me a job right people will see this stuff Speaking of right people every actor loves. Jason reitman it. What do people. Why do actors jason reitman so much. I mean i love him. He's great but what happens that so fantastic. I didn't know jason at all as i started. Just as conceptualize you worked with him on the new ghostbusters did yeah and like i said he's. He's the only person who could. Who could revive that franchise. Really i think authentic way and he will again. This was a really flattering moment for me because it was an offer they called into read it. And i got to go into the sony offices and read the script. I really liked it. But i found out jason just cold cold me on a cellphone. One day he got my number and he called me and he had called every director at ever worked with and asked them. If i was funny he worried. I wasn't funny. So i i i think. I brought a little lightness being. There is a little something there. But i really actually appreciated that. He called me and told me that that's what he's been doing work. He was just really kind of straight up about it. There's something really. No bullshit about jason right and i. And he's but he's also like fincher he he likes to just i don't know we gave each other a lot of shifts howie. We operated on set and the thing is to what i like about this. There was maybe one or two times. Where i there was a line or something right. I thought this doesn't feel character-driven. Or i just don't feel like this makes sense and fight. You'll really fight for something. Which and so will i and so we really you know we really had to convince each other. If you kinds of why we were right. I love being able to have that conversation. The fact that i felt like i could have that conversation. Says a lot about jason and ultimately like. He's just he's he's really chill on the set. It's not a strong set again. Even though it's a huge movie with all these special effects and things he's really all about the storytelling and so he makes space for the actors to get what they need mostly and and also so many of our special effects were practical. It was important to jason that we have puppets and dry ice and lights and so that felt really satisfying to. Because it's not like we were doing everything in front of a green screen. They built they built a set on a hill. They built this house mean. It was amazing. Just how how. He's surrounded us with the kind of objects and settings that would fired our imaginations in a way. That didn't require a lot of work. You know as gloria. I'm so excited. Obviously that's the that film. That film series hit me at the right age. And it's so funny to me. Because i've talked to jason. Probably almost every one of his films you know. We've talked about ghostbusters. And his dad and for a while he was like i'm the wrong guy to sequel ed. Whatever like if he's in a different place in his life he's had different kinds of films he's made i trust the right man. I trust the jason reitman. It's just funny to me that this is where he's at now and it was so funny it was like this little thing that was burning inside of him that he was trying to deny and then he couldn't deny it anymore. Now we have this delightful film and think it's really good and it was lovely to see ivan ivan was on the set to see their relationship as you know taking you. He take notes from his dad and then he'd also sometimes politely declined to take notes from his dad. And that was just a really. You know it was really loving and it was sweet to see that relationship actually. The weight function onset was kind of kind of beautiful. And you've got an a bit of a sneak peek a cut of that film. It's funny it works. you're happy. I think so. I haven't really seen it yet. I've seen some sequences from it. And i did some agr so i got to see some of the bigger moments which yeah it does work and the kids are great. The kids it's a great group of kids. They just found the right. The right family. We had a really good time. Unsourced paul rudd. Yes we know. He's he's charming and we got it. Young perfection all that stuff How this is probably a long haul for you on gilded age or you're just getting started this months and months and months. Actually i'm about to wrap my see my half of the we're about to go on hiatus for the holiday and i'm actually done because of covid we are block shooting on sets and we have two different families. We have two different sets. So i didn't work the first several weeks. I've been working pretty consistently for for several weeks now and then. I don't work the last two weeks of shooting so i'll come back in january or february with everybody in well. I don't know we'll probably go till june. So we're you know we're about halfway or less will everybody. That wasn't appreciates. Carrie coon and it feels into this podcast. You have good taste. And by that definition you. Of course kerry coon. You wanna see because she's delivers an amazing performances. And she's the leading lady..
"coon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Me except what they recognize my voice. Somebody will hear me talking at a grocery store. And they'll whiparound be like i it's strangest thing And i and as you were you asked before what sort of. How do i when i look back on it. How does it feel but especially during the pandemic more people have watched the leftovers since the pandemic started it. And i'm having a resurgence of questions about it from journalists and also love for it on the internet and things like that but whenever i do have an interaction with the leftovers fan are so devoted. Because they've had some experience in their lives that is about grieving divorce so the loss of someone and they they share it with me and so there's nothing trite about those interactions and way that i find deeply satisfying them very often. Fly into the radar. As you can see from this hairstyle and tie-dye biden shirt but i i find it really really gratifying as an artist to get to have those conversations. We don't be afraid everyone. If you see me and you want to tell me your story telling me yeah. It's nice like she is. She does podcast twice for the price of one not getting paid So we were talking a little bit about your viewing habits in the pandemic. i know you in tracy. We're doing the big movie night when you're back in chicago. You're now as i understand that moving into television series. What are you benching. Anything right now yes okay. See if i can terrible. I always say tracy. What are we watching. We're watching. we're watching no one said a thing. The documentary about the vigilante killing in a small town. I don't know but man they kill a town killed their town bully in missouri and the never. It's never they've never revealed who it was. That actually shot him twice. So that's the and what what impact that has had. That collective bargain has had on the town or watching that. We're watching euphoria. we just started. We watched that we just finished pen fifteen season two which i really little white related stuff heels really truthful not not all of it to me but i thought those women are just so i think they're wonderful What else have we watching something. I won't really didn't like if i say what will eventually become comfort move homeland. We're watching the last season land because one of our dear friends is in. It has a big part so where we had kind of you know. We hadn't caught up in a little bit. So and course tracy was on that couple of ones tracy's out like forget it. We don't. I'm like i'm out. You did tell last time. We spoke briefly and i want to mention it again because it's a great movie and worth wreck recommending. I still have not seen it in about thirty years but we had a mutual love and respect for comfort movie. What was it again. It send him a pair de so maybe the first foreign language film i ever saw i told you before. My grandfather's father ran a movie house in akron. Ohio when he was a little boy and so he always had a real love for film and actually did a little bit of community. Theater is probably the only other actor family but So i go over to my my grandpa and grandma dis house. Because they really helped raise us. My parents worked both worked and they had five kids and so we spent a lot of time with my grandparents who had both been retired in their fifties because they had a terrible car accident that they survived. Then they were available to help. Raise us. Which was a godsend. So so we'd go over and spend the night we'd always watch movie. And that was that he loved. And he whenever i had friends come over then to spend the night he made he would make all my high school friends. Come over and watch it because he liked to watch them all right. I was gonna say if you watch party so and you're not crying. You're you're dead inside. And yeah and i say to you before it has one of the great all-time scores from it does. It does the marconi scores amazing. So it's it's you don't wanna give anything away about. It's just fun. It's a fun to watch. It's a nice romantic just beautiful film. So romantic is the nest on pure romance me as little horror romance in this relationship at once what i think. That's i'm glad you said that. Because one of the things i love about is i think you get a real sense of history. I think you get a sense that they're really well matched and that that they were probably a really good time. People like to be around them right. It's you you. Jude law sean. Durkin the director of martha. Marcy may marlene. I like to say that. So i have to say it And yeah this one has been talked about since we got sundance by the way for this one to where we were at sundance quite a journey lifetime ago i know i was there too. It does feel like three thousand years ago. Does what have you learned about this film. Subsequent to making it in the conversations with audiences or journalists like myself. Would've you said oh wait. I didn't even occur to me. It's funny you know the biggest change for me is how many people think of rory as a psychopath or really just a really damaged guy. And that that they don't think dignifies alison to stay with him and they think there's no chance to survive. When i think of the movie is so hopeful. Be i do because i think the movie ends at this place where you know. They've made these tacit agreements. And they've gotten they've gotten away from that communication and now they have a chance to sort of start over from an honest place and that's the only way any relationship survives. I mean you can stay in a relationship. Too long without that and marriages are built on less. But i really think they have a chance to to make a profound change in their dynamic. You alluded to this before to you. Do you like right up a backstory. Talk to sean about like. What was this marriage early on like. What's is that important to you especially in a process like those a story like this. It might have important to me ten years ago before i had a toddler. Now i don't have a lot of time on. Yeah that's right and well here's the thing about a good script. So shawn's sean script is really specific. The relationships really specific and if a script is really good really in my opinion everything you need is on the page. If you show up and tell the story your most of the way there. I did have a meeting with sean and judy before we before we made the film they very kindly came to my apartment. Because i had a little baby and we talked through some of that. Stuff the backstory in history. And i know that. Jude and sean really got into roy's backstory in in a lot of detail. But i didn't do as much of that. Because again i i felt like. There's a lot of clarity in the scenes. I knew what she wanted but she was doing. And so after that it was just see you on set aside from the horse training right so i don't. I don't tend not somebody who does like encyclopedic backstory. I do a couple of exercises. I've learned if i'm you know like what is what are the characters. Say about you what you say about yourself but that kind of goes out the window after we start especially because i had a baby and no husband when i'm shooting there's no time this is a an alternate rare leading performance for you and a film. We've seen you obviously carry the screen in several television series. But hopefully it doesn't come the reviews and the reception. This leads to more opportunity. I think it's the kind of film that filmmakers will see. And if filmmakers see it then maybe they'll give me a job right people will see this stuff Speaking of right people every actor loves. Jason reitman it. What do people. Why do actors.
"coon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"This is very reasonable. Always everybody complaining about. Traffic's what was going on that i didn't have that experience but it was funny because i had i had gone. I've done a tape in my living room that was eighteen pages of material and had like a day to prepare and my buddy came in and taped with with me and then i went to a wedding and new orleans. It was a friday. And i flew to new orleans like that night and it was on sunday of that same weekend. I got a call and they said can you be in l. a. On monday morning. I was like Yes and i flew. I realized i had packed for weekend. And i left my jeans and the hotel so i had no pants like. It's la with no pants you know and so i had to just figure out the city and they wouldn't. Hbo wouldn't let me meet. David fincher sony. Hbo couldn't agree that they didn't know if the show is going to get picked up and they didn't want me to meet david if i wasn't actually going to be released to the movie so they were putting off are meeting for a week so i ended up changing my flight three times or something and i was in la for. I don't know seven or ten days. I didn't meet him till the very last day right before. I flew out of town and i booked. Guests are spot so i flew home. Repack bag came back to la and shot for ten days on a cbs show. And that it was. I was in a trailer. I think on the lot. When i got the call ten days after my audition that i was actually going to do the film but it was a very very strange time. When did when did you know that you were cut from the same cloth as as our dark genius. That david fincher. Well i think a the the way the character was written. I know he was in my in. My when i went to audition i read. David read all the scenes with me and he gave me adjustments. I think to see if i could take judgments namely see if i could take direction but i could tell that he was certainly comfortable in that tete-a-tete the the the rhythm of that piece you know. It was very clear from the outset that he really he was the dark dry guy that he turned out to be and then onset just the way he was making fun of. Everyone's to my heart so i think we fell in pretty quickly to a nice report. What would you say to an actor. That's about to to work with with him. Well don't make it about you you you're going to get your own way just Except that you deserve to be there. You know you're there for a reason he believes you can deliver and me. He won't let you go until the end of the day when when he's gotten it if you don't get it you'll still be there so if you've left that means you got it so just accept that a move on and know that he's he is a perfectionist but he's looking at the whole picture and so you can't take it personally right if it's about you you'll know you'll know that too and you have to keep breathing and listen and keep trying to get it right and Also he he loves. We talked about this a little bit the last time but he does try to wear actress down so they get rid of their habits and but he also so for that reason he actually loves an organic mistake. I- bobbled the phone in one. Take and i broke. And he was like nah. That was it because it was really funny because it was a real person making a real mistake which what. He really loves so. It's not about being mechanical. Actually it's actually about being human. But i think it gets misconstrued often when you hear the horror stories about getting fired from the david fincher movie but he was also i think we i think we were working with him at a really good time in his life. I think in a really you just felt really relaxed and present and kind of like he was enjoying his life in a way that maybe you know maybe hasn't always i can't say but as one as we take this is about the drop on bad wrote it i now i haven't seen it yet. I can't wait actually saw some stills from it but it's gorgeous yeah i got a chance to check it out in a special day in the herald's household on a new feature movie comes out. I can't wait miss. Everyone's there's a lot of buzz. Buzz buzz buzz out there as you look back a few years removed from leftovers. I mean you must have in the in the those three years. Appreciated nora appreciated. What a usual show. That was an amalgam of tom. Prada's satire and david lindell australian writing But do you. Do you look back at it differently now with a few years removed you appreciate it more. What's your perspective on not experienced. Now so i think. I think i understand that it will be if if something like that comes along my way again. It'll be like lightning striking twice. It was just such an unusual show and it asked so much of me just as a as an actor as a woman. women's roles are often brit. pretty narrow. And i you know you know the scope of what i got to do in that show was breaking things getting mad and shooting things and it was just really fun and i know how rare it is to come across something like that. It was really challenging. It was the first time. I mean when i did episode six. That was the longest i've ever been. You know on camera at a stretch. You know in that certain length of that sort of rigorous ten day shoot or whatever it was her seven days shoot so i learned a lot on that show but it also it also taught me about standing up straight and my voice voice got lower actually over the course of the show i figured out a route. It a little bit better because she was so grounded in a way you. She just was walking into rooms and standing up for herself in a way that i never learned to do so. She really taught me that and yet at the beginning of every season always feels like putting on a wet bathing suit. Every say like you know. It's your bathing suit. But it's a little uncomfortable. It was a gift. I don't know how this makes me feel. But i heard you say another conversation. That probably the the photograph distill the poster that you signed the most for your role in adventures as the gap proxima midnight. I only get recognized by leftovers. Fans no one ever recognizes me except what they recognize my voice. Somebody will hear me talking at a grocery store. And they'll whiparound be like i it's strangest thing And i.
"coon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Friends with my spirit. Animal michael shannon fellow yes. I my husband's known michael since he was sixteen right. So you're going back. Yeah yeah they do and so we yeah we keep up with them certainly Their family their michael so busy and so we don't get to see him very often but but certainly tracy and michael are very close and know each other quite well yes. I'm contractually obligated to mentioned him on every episode of the abc fair. Because he's he's a good one post mesmerizing actor and human being may be on the old. The old chicago joke about mike shannon. Wait i don't know if i do tell me all right. What would you rather have five hundred dollars. Or mike shannon's full nichols take the nichols. That's amazing it's a really big head. It's one of a kind. This is one of a kind. If i if i if i text in that to him with that and my relationship with him i think so he'd be like yeah. It's really big round to test it. And i'm going to credit you as the one that you're texting him at all. I find you know you're already. You're already took me many years but we got there. The we talked a bit about obviously the big break of your career last time. But i wanna talk a little bit more about regina wolf. Which was this huge life. Changing experience for you Ran for nearly two years of your professional life. Yeah off and on for about two yourself. So does everything you were saying before. That still remains probably the most what physically emotionally wearing role of your career. Was it just bug rivals it. It was more that because it it was a the highest pressure situation. I've been in in some ways though it was still just doing the work. I didn't really feel you know that. Sort of pressure. Outside of the work. I had to do on stage but it was But it's not. I found bug harder. Just finished doing 'bug at steppenwolf during the pandemic and that was a harder role by far how about and blue is happening in my life was. That's no. I'm just gonna say the my life at that time was in such transition that that's what was hard about. It was so you obviously met tracy and began a life with tracy on that production. Did you think that people watching the show saw something in no. I don't think so i think they. Hopefully what they saw was a really cohesive ensemble think our sense of ensemble was really strong and amien tracy of play married couples eight times or something over the last couple of decades. They've played married so they had a history. And i think it was nice that you felt that history offstage though. I think our friends who saw us together weren't surprised at all An ultimately norway. My family i mean they were a little skeptical. I of the show mance with an older man but they got over it they were like. Oh actually you. You know what they said. Which was the greatest compliment. My parents said you're still you. You know they had seen these a bit of a shape shifter in my other relationships and for the first time they saw me not change when he was around and i think that was really huge indicator of how healthy the relationship was absolutely I i have this recurring conversation with many actors who've gone back and forth between theater and film and tv and and all sorts of different answers about sort of like whether you modulate performance for the stage or screen etcetera like. Sam jackson practically like laughed at me. He's like it's the same. I don't i don't do anything different. I don't that's that's not your take sounds like oh i mean i. I mean look filling an eleven hundred seat house in wisconsin. Doing shakespeare is different than doing. You know having a close up on the leftovers. It's different right. But i think ultimately the the goal is the same which is no matter. What the sizes truthful. Because i also admire. I admire really big performances on film. I like a big bold performance on film. That's feels truthful. I think that art can withstand that. And even you know something like the gilded age which is there so much there's so extravagant around us that it can withstand a little bit of camp. No you can. You can push a little bit as it's elevated. It stylized away. So it's fun to traffic in that and try to find what the line is between that that subtlety that you learned to do on camera and then you know something theatrical about it but i do think every job is different right. It's interesting i mean. I think for as long as you're going to be doing this. You're always going to be talking about this amazing kind of period in your life. This transition from virginia woolf to gone girl in the leftovers because it all it happened in a relatively short period of time in a fascinating way. You book the highway for leftovers than you meet venture as as far as i know you had never been to l. a. Even had never been to la. I didn't have an iphone. I had to rent a tom. Tom and also my experience was that there was no traffic on me. Well they had me criss crossing the city to meet all these casting directors. I had no idea that it was unusual to just drive from one end of la to the other three times in a day. And i thought oh this is..
"coon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Prepaying or is humans. Happy sad confused begins today on oppy. Second fused carrico from gone girl and the leftovers to new film the nest. Hey guys. i'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Said confused the great carrie coon. Our main guest are only guests on the podcast today. Someone wants to have on the podcast for quite a while. Carrie coon if you love actors if you love film and tv the last few years has been an embarrassment of riches because she has been stellar in production after production. She is one of those. That is amazing on stage she was. Tony nominated for. Who's afraid of virginia. Woolf among other things she has been amazing on television Fargo the leftovers of course and in film. Her film debut was in fact Talk about an intimidating way to start a film career film debut was in david ventures gone girl where she played Ben affleck twin sister more than held her own in that one and she has been delivering a great performance after great performance And her latest continues that tradition. It is a leading role thankful to say it is a leading role in a film. She has not had enough opportunities to lead a film but she is up there opposite. Jude law in the new film. The nest this is a film that debuted way back. When in january at sundance got release and is now available on amazon prime on demand. You can order it on although the various platforms to watch right now and it is definitely well worth your time. This is a film from sean. Durkin the director of martha marcy may marlene. Took him a while to you. Know it's hard sometimes the mount that film but thankfully he is back with a new film and this one is definitely a worthy of his efforts. Dark kind of study of a relationship jude law and carry play a married couple. Who perhaps way back when Things are going swimmingly. Things are not what they once were. They move And it's has this interesting dark tone. That almost feels like you're watching a horror film. It at first. It is not that but it is dark and entertaining and rich for rich material for actors and carry and jude. Get really the most out of these These characters and It's no surprise that both of them are earning a lot of and both are potentially in the hunt for awards consideration. It'd be thrilled to see. Carrie coon get some love from the various Critical critics bodies etc. So keep your eyes on. Carrie coon in the awards races. Coming up the next few months and check out the nest if you have the opportunity Carry is delightful. She somebody who. I've never really had a chance to have a long conversation with and thanks to unique circumstances i had two conversations with her this past week. So here's the story. I said this on twitter as you might have noticed this. I had a great shot with. Carrie for the podcast. Everything went well. We got along famously. We definitely she's she's dark and self deprecating and that's my my speed definitely And we joked a lot in the conversation recorded on zoom as. I always do these things. Because she had really really crappy wi fi We were joking about spectrum. Fuck spectrum because it kept jamming up every two minutes and it was just it was going to be kind of a barren the well no such worries because no recording didn't happen spectrum fucked us over completely so that that conversation is lost forever except to carry in my memories thankfully because carrie coon is a delight and a good sport she wanted to get on the On the phone on the zoom rather again and we had another conversation so this is take two of our podcast And i think we found ways to have a similar conversation heading the same beats of her career but in a different way so hopefully that comes across and what by now in this conversation world friends you get the benefit of comfort level. That maybe wasn't there in the first couple of minutes of conversation I should mention we talk. And it's in brief partially because we had talked at length about it in the first one. I didn't want rehashed totally but her comfort movie. We do mention briefly in this conversation. I do want to shout it out. Because it's a great one. And it was a great pick. She chose a cinema paradiso Which is the one thousand. Nine hundred. Italian film from sepe tone atari One of the first foreign language films. I saw him the first form which films that she saw a gorgeous kind of coming of age story and a love letter to cinema And a a beautiful film while we're checking out again. And as i say in the podcast has one of the great all-time scores from menial moriconi. So check that one out That's on hbo. Hbo max by the way Yeah that's that's the main event today kerekou and by the way if you don't carry coon enough she's part of like oh cool power couples in hollywood theatre. Her husband is. Tracy letts and think of cooler duo than those two and they both so smart and interesting so for them and happy that i had carry on the podcast this week. to mention i do want to mention new episodes of stir crazy continuing a since this goes out on monday. This is a little sneak preview of the next episode going out in about a day or so we'll be with the great aubrey plaza Former guest unhappy second fused and always bazaar and crazy in the best possible way. She gives me a tarot card reading. That will never be forgotten by me. And perhaps you if you watch this episode. I highly recommended. Aubrey is currently in happiest season. On hulu and black bear by the way blackberry bear. Which is the smaller film. That maybe isn't getting as much attention. Black bears great. It's her and sarah gordon. Christopher abbott saw that won at sundance. Well we're checking out and the only other thing. I want to mention as i said this kind of an early release. This usually doesn't come out on mondays. Happy second fused. But i'm releasing this one a little bit early a because we just want to get it out there and get carry all the love that she deserves but also because we're going to have another episode in a few days with a very very very special guests a filmmaker so i'm gonna say mock not gonna tease anymore. You can you can kind of figure it out on your own if you try and figure it out but Yeah it's a good one so stay tuned for the next episode of happy second fuse but that that's that's later on for now enjoyed this conversation of the great actors out there today..
The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year
"For the first time apple. Podcast is recognized a set of shows of the year. We have a full set from all major territories public. Radio dominates the winners including npr. For code switch. The bbc for the joe wicks podcast and in australia. The abc for the eleventh. You'll find it all linked from our show notes in our newsletter today apple podcast of also curated list of the biggest shows. Biggest new shows and editorial favorites. We have a list of those to your. Local list is also in apple podcasts. The number of podcast listeners. In italy is on the increase as new research from hip sauce. Thirty percent of sixteen to sixty year olds in the country. Now listen up from twenty six percent a year before. The data also says that fifteen percent of podcast listeners. This smart speakers the buzzes. Eric johnson. Formerly vox media has launched his own independent podcasting company johnson produced. Kara swisher recode decode. His new company called bumble cast and it'll offer consulting and produce original shows for the month of november bound sprout report that thirty two percent of their downloads into apple podcasts. The twenty five percent of download to spotify google third with two point six percent. The company tells us that after some tweaks to their algorithm this is a more accurate reflection of total downloads. Towel podcasts than previous data from the company. If you're missing. Joe rogan an exclusive. Show on spotify step forward. New website called spotty feed clever piece of code in which turns an exclusive spotify show into that. Rss feed fuse. Listen to on your normal podcast player. Yes the audio still comes from. Spotify service acosta's reiterated firmly believes in the open podcasting ecosystem ross adams. The ceo of the company highlights the importance of an open industry in a blog. Post today and a slow hand clap for music. Artists drum coon. Who's the author of an album on spotify deliberately built to stop google assistant from working properly. You'll see what we mean. If you follow the link from shaina it's send our newsletter today cared entertainment and peccadillo pictures present. American cody the unbelievable tale of a legendary day named elton kid. American kotei tells the story of a legendary man unlikely hero who crossed over a thousand migrants from mexico into the us. It's new today from westwood. One pagel pictures and imperative entertainments podcast division. And it might seem crazy. What i'm about to say but ferrall is launching his own podcast network other tone media is podcast other tone starts next week. I should make you happy
Farmworkers need more protections from wildfire smoke, union leader says
"In mid september farm workers in oregon's willamette valley watched the skies turn red wildfires. Were burning closer. Were were scared. They had a lot of questions. That's raina lopez. Pa- coon a union of latin ex-workers. She says people were worried about going out into the fields because of the smoke the state urged employers to stop outdoor work but many farms kept operating because the crops were ripe. So many workers showed up. Some of them don't want to miss work. Because i want the times folks are heads of households single moms and they're holding it down for their families right so even missing one day two days after things about shutdown with kovin that's devastating for families who are really struggling to make ends meet when the state issued evacuation orders in some areas. Not everyone got the message. Some people act internet access or could not understand the language spoken on the radio so lopez says that it has wildfires become more extreme more needs to be done to protect workers. She advocates for better protective gear culturally appropriate communication and policies. That make it easier for people to stay home when conditions are too dangerous to be outside.
Davey Crocket and The Frozen Sun
"Lived a man named davy crockett. If you've heard of old navy it's probably for his final stand at the alamo or more likely for his raccoon skin cap. The cap was made of thick raccoon for for keeping warm during the harsh western winters. And it had the bushy tail hanging down the back. Davy crockett was more than the alamo and a cap though he was an adventurer one of the brave people who saw the endless frontier and waited in a man at his favorite swimming hole even during the coldest winters rarely would he be sitting peacefully indoors or relaxing. He spent his days out in nature sleeping in the mountains and bathing in the rivers. Other folks thought davy. Crockett might just be a little crazy but if so they were lucky to have him because it was on one particularly cold morning that davy. Crockett saved the world. He woke with the sun as he always did. In those days it was deep winter in the mountains. Where even though the donning son was bright. It didn't seem to offer any warmth at all. Icy wind howled like a banshee and even the animals had the good sense to be hibernating. What a beautiful morning davies said to himself he tried to rise up out of his bedroll but it was so covered in ice. He was stuck fast with a little work. He managed to get an arm free and then he was able to use a hammer and chisel to get the rest of the way out. It's cold one. No doubt he said but it'll get warmer. When the son gets a meyde higher. He tried to get a fire going to make breakfast but all his would was frozen solid even the coals from the night before were nothing but snowballs davey tried to spit in disappointment but it froze halfway to the ground and shattered on an icy stone. Well ours coffee today. I guess he said he makes some coffee grounds into some snow and eight. It like a snow cone. It wasn't tasty but it seemed to help wake him up a little. Where's the darn sun. He said looking at the horizon with a start of shock. He saw that. The sun hadn't risen any higher. It was still stuck on the horizon like tongue on an ice cube and it was starting to look more blue than yellow. What in our nation is going on with that davey climbed up a nearby mountain peak to get a better view. Every step was so icy. Put his hand to his coon skin. Cap to shield. His eyes peered at the horizon. Oh lord no the frontiers mun was brave and he thought he'd seen it all in his adventures. But this was something new and something awful. It was so cold that the sun itself had frozen on the horizon. He could see it stuck between two peaks of ice sunbeam's frozen in their tracks like icicles. Well this is no good at all davies said. He looked in the other direction and saw a little town. At the base of the mountain. The buildings were all coated in a fine layer of ice. Like a frosted cake. The pastors were like sheets of glass. And even the smoke from chimneys was frozen in place. Well darn davy. Crockett said to himself from high up on the mountain peak. Either i'm gonna fix this mess or we gotta get the cows so my skates he thought about cows skating for a minute and decided that they wouldn't like it that much better. He just fixed the problem before all the milk got frozen into ice cream. Of course most people may have been at a loss on how to fix a frozen sun but davy. Crockett wasn't like most people. He didn't wait around thinking or planning or any of that now. He just pointed himself at the frozen sun and started walking.
"coon" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"You know we're meryl streep right. I think there are a lot of people who don't necessarily know that. That is the way that movies get made. The script can exist but that nothing happens until you attach a famous person. Yes alt-right there are so many wonderful scripts that that are in know on a shelf collecting dust because they couldn't get somebody big enough to sign onto them. It's it's really sad. These beautiful stories. That don't get told when you think about the things that you would most want the opportunity to do. What did those things look like. It's so funny i always. I always think why. I don't know yet because i haven't read it. I want to be challenged. I want to make scripts about women that look like the women. I know that have the same level of complication as the women in my life. I like to do things that are physical. So i would absolutely do something that was just. We're going to go out in the jungle and jump from tree to tree. And i would say yes. I'm going to do that so some of it is just. What kind of challenges it you know. I get a lot of scripts about dead children than i mike. I did that one already and do something else. But a lot of the women's stories are pretty narrow in their scope. Like i said about you know the kinds of things were allowed to do. So i don't know. I guess it's that this is why you see all these actresses starting production companies. Because then they get to curate the kind of scripts that are gonna get made elisabeth. Moss is doing a marvelous job. Picking up some kind of obscure really interesting really complicated stories. And she has the star power right now to get that stuff made. You're going to see you know rachel. Brosnahan is doing the same thing she's picking properties and it's the only way we have any control over. What material we. We can participate in out in the world and create opportunities for other people to gum. That aren't necessarily being being vetted. At the top level kerry. Kim thank you so much for coming on balls. I thank you so much for having me. I'm i feel that this is a little Arrow in my quiver. Carrie coon her film. The nest is available to rent online. Right now go check it out. And when linda holmes isn't helping us out she hosts the great npr podcast pop culture. Happy hour which is super fun. She's also a book author. Her latest book is a novel called. Ev drake starts over. It came out last year. It's great i loved it. I was just thinking about it yesterday. How great it was. Go check that out too. That's the end of another episode of bullseye. Bullseye is created from the homes of and the staff of maximum fun in and around greater los angeles california where it was briefly colder so i went and got my sweaters from garage. Then it was ninety. Two degrees outside the show is produced. By speaking into microphones. Our producer kevin ferguson. He soussan brosio and jordan. Cowling are associate producers. We get help from casey. O'brien and kristen bennett. Our interstitial music is by dan. Wally also known as dj w our theme song is by the go team. Thanks very much to them and to their label memphis industries for sharing it with us. If you want to hear the latest about what we're up to you can keep up with the show on twitter. Facebook and youtube. We post all of our interviews there. I think that's about it. Just remember all grady hosts have a signature signing bullseye. With jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by npr..
"coon" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Bullseye. Jessie for kerry coon. The actor is said to exude a midwestern pragmatism. At least that's how one new york described. I guess you can say it's in the way. She carries herself as a performer. She's confident ever. Tim usually warm. Not always you can see it in some of her most iconic roles as nora in the leftovers. She's angry kind of tightly wound traumatized by the loss of her family on season. Three of fargo where she played police chief. Gloria burgle brave in the face of danger but also baffled at humanity's capacity to be so violent and cruel. She starring in the new film. The nest nest was directed by sean durkin who previously made the acclaimed film. Martha marcy may. Marlene in the nest. Carry plays allison allison is married to rory played by jude law together. They and their two kids move from upstate. New york to an estate outside. London where roy grew up indirectly. The move causes their marriage to crumble. I say indirectly because as you see the film. The new home doesn't create any new issues for the couple. It just brings up their existing problems before we get into the interview which is conducted by the wonderful linda. Holmes from npr's pop culture happy hour. Let's listen to a little bit from the film in this clip. Allison has just learned that. Her husband has received the job offer. That will take the family to the uk. This will be our fourth moving backwards. Forwards is a fresh style. This was our first start. This was our permanent move. Remember things don't always like he's never worked out the way we planted a move back here for you to be near family snow working for me. Welcome to bullseye. Thank you so much for having me. This is npr. 'nord oh good well perfect. That is the perfect place to start listening to that clip. It's very tense marriage. Aren't they all right now. Yes these people are sort of cooped up together. They're relocating to london. But they're not even there yet the street they're not even stuck in the pandemic yet. They're just very very tense. What did you like about that role in that kind of marriage as a thing to play with. Oddly the marriage felt to me egalitarian. In a way that marriage movies don't feel it was also motivated by factors that didn't include catastrophic events like divorce or the death of a child or infidelity it was really about marriage and it was about the unwritten rules of a marriage tacit agreements. We make in a marriage about renegotiating marriage when things aren't working or walking away from it you know that's often what those stories are about. And so i really loved that it was about those dynamics and i just never seen anything done quite that way and it also felt like a true lead in a film. I wasn't the wife who was supporting the husband's story. It was a story about these two people. And frankly i just don't get invited to those parties very often either so it was flattering to be asked i. It was really specific and it felt very real to me and reminded me a little bit of the marriages. I had grown up around. Not the tension. The -tarian far. Yeah it's interesting that you mentioned that. Because i think if i were trying to describe to someone kind of what this movie is about. I think that's the only thing i would really you sort of want to say. Well it's about this. Marriage is about this family where they move and then they have to of figure out what comes next and as you say it doesn't really have that big plot incident and it is in that way. I think an unusual structure yes. Why do you think there aren't more scripts that get made. That are like that. Well i think often smart scripts don't get made and we had the benefit of sean had such a wonderful debut with martha martha. Marcy may marlene and so people were. Were hungry for his second feature. And so we were able to get the funding. We needed to make it but often scripts. That are smart and specific. Don't make it into production or they don't get distributed so it's not that i don't occasionally read them. It's just they never get made. Yeah which is too bad. It's surprising to me to hear you. Say i mean maybe it shouldn't be surprising but it surprises me to hear. You say that you don't necessarily get a lot of opportunities to play leads because i feel like somebody who follows and writes about television. I would say oh you know. She's one of the sort of most interesting and lauded actresses working television. I'm surprised that those opportunities are plentiful. Well you know. What's what's not. Plentiful as the scripts right so there are probably five or six great movies with female leads again made every year and now think of the i. Twelve actresses you. Can you know that you imagine seeing Featured in film. They're not me so unless we start making more scripts like that. I don't get the opportunity to play those parts. Because i'm sort of at the end of the list of actors that might you might ask because that's just the reality of the business day need to get money to make those films and someone's international popularity matter so much Doesn't matter if you're good casting matters if you can get the movie mate. So unfortunately i just don't get that chance very often. Yeah i was in in preparation for this. I was reading a profile of you in the new yorker and it has a sub head that says that you have a certain midwestern pragmatism. I lived in minnesota for for ten years. And i'm wondering what you think it means when a new yorker profile says you have a mid western pragmatism. That's a great question. I think it means there's there is something of a willingness to be straightforward. My agents always joke. That i've never excited about anything they they'll they'll call me with good news and i'll say yeah no. I'll get excited when i sign a contract. I'm just very practical. And because i understand how this business works you know that way disappointment lies. I think there's a kind of protective impulse. Maybe because of course my might people tend to be pretty emotionally reserved their very stoic. Our family motto. That's a joke is will handle it. Sort of whatever is happening. We just say. I will handle it. You know nobody wants to talk about how we got there. So i don't know i'm nice. I'm easy going. 'cause i mean i think in your case it does means thing as opposed to win something like mid western often. Just mainly white and polite. Do you know what i mean right. Yeah i'm sort of cliche. Well i appreciate that. But i do think there might be some meaning in there for one but i mean i think it needs something not just that in your work it does but when they say it it does. Did you grow up in the midwest are you midwest did i grew up in ohio in fact my entire family is still in my hometown. My parents grew up down the street each other. I have three grandparents in their nineties and all of my siblings are there now. In my town or other northeast outside of akron in a town called copley. So it's we grew up in a rural area outside of an urban.
Biden's top Cabinet contenders come into focus
"Is Bo Eriksson tells US one former primary challenger could end up as U. N ambassador, former top defense official could return to lead the Pentagon, former primary rival Pete Booty judge was envisioned as the secretary of Veterans affairs. But since then him and his team has made clear his preference for United Nations Ambassador or another Cabinet post. Michele Flournoy, a former top Pentagon official. Is the leading candidate for defense secretary and would be the first woman in the role, according to four people familiar with the Biden transition deliberations. Delaware Senator The Democrat Chris Coons has often been mentioned as a potential candidate for secretary of state. CBS News has learned. There's unofficial back channel communication between President elect Biden's transition team and President Trump's administration officials. CBS News reporting. The communication is marginal and not a replacement for a full formal transition process, which has yet to begin the General Services Administration, which we've been hearing a lot about must first affirm or ascertain in their official word, Joe Biden, that presumed winner of the 2020 election before that formal process begins. That's a big impediment for a peaceful transfer of power, a transition official telling CBS news talks between the Biden team and career transition officials that fed her All departments have been limited and focused on logistics and not policy. But a former senior White House official told CBS News that current and former Trump officials have been in touch with the Biden transition. To offer some help. We've got 38 degrees of sunny sky in center city warming to 51 this
Who Are Contenders for Biden’s Cabinet?
"Turn out of joe biden and his transition. The president-elect preparing name key members of his cabinet could top progressives like bernie sanders. Get the nod. What about any republicans. Nbc's kristen welker with late details on the contenders elect joe biden marking veterans day in philadelphia. Poignant moment for biden. Who's late son bo. Served in iraq biden later huddling with top advisers behind closed doors in delaware. Planning his white house and cabinet. Who might be on the list. Progressives are pushing to biden former adversaries former presidential candidate senator bernie sanders among the names being floated for labor secretary if i had a portfolio that allowed me to stand up and fight for working families. What do it. yes. I would. Senator elizabeth warren a possible contender for treasury. Although insiders say she may be a long shot and while former obama national security adviser susan. Rice is getting buzz as a possible. Pick for secretary of state democrats worry. She's a political lightning rod. Who would not get confirmed in a likely. Republican led senate giving new fuel to delaware senator and close biden friend. Chris coons for that job and still up in the air will by name a republican who supported president trump to his cabinet as a way to reach out to trump voters. One official tells nbc news. He's not ruling that out fight in earlier saying he wants his cabinet to be diverse. I wanted to represent this campaign. Represented look like america. We've done that now. That's ministration looked like an act like late tonight biden making his first staff announcement tapping ron claim to serve. As chief of staff clean was his former chief of staff when biden served as vice president. Kristen welker nbc news wilmington.
Senate due back today
"The Senate is scheduled to be back in session today democratic senator Chris Coons of Delaware is feeling pretty good about the possibility of reaching a deal on covert relief that's after watching the big Saturday night election celebration in his home state I expect that we'll hear from vice president elect Heris and from president elect Biden outreach to Republican Senate leaders as well as to members of the house and Senate governors into the administration a deal on a relief bill will take both parties working together something GOP senator Roy blunt of Missouri is optimistic about you have to reach across the aisle you have to find it in almost every Senate somebody on the other side to get things done both planting Koontz appeared on ABC's this week showing up there Washington
Fraud claims aimed in part at keeping Trump base loyal
"President Donald Trump has promised legal action after levelling accusations of large scale voter fraud so far without proof in Pennsylvania and other states that broke for Joe Biden Republican senator Roy blunt of Missouri says it's time for the president's lawyers to present the facts and then it's time for those facts to speak for themselves but democratic senator Chris Coons says there's no proof of any fraud if Republicans are going to support president trump in his resistance to accepting the outcome of the election the president needs to show some facts not just angry tweets joining Coons and blunt on ABC's this week New York governor Andrew Cuomo stop the rancor stop the fighting we have real problems let's move on together I'm shelling out there
Embraers CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone
"In April of twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred Embraer selected veteran automotive industry CEO Francisco Gomez NATO as its new leader, and if ever there was a baptism by fire, he has gone through it in two, thousand and twenty. First, the COVID nineteen crisis hit crippling air travel and decimating demand for new airplanes then Boeing. Pulled out a four point two billion dollar deal to acquire an eighty percent stake. Embraer's commercial operations after emperor had shut down its operations for forty days and torn the company apart for car route. So where does ember air go from here and how can it recover here to? Answer those questions as Mr Gomez. NATO in his first conversation with the trade media since taking the helm at. Embraer. Also, joining us from Frankfurt to ask questions with me is yen's photo aviation weeks executive editor for commercial aviation welcome. Francisco. Let's start with the obvious question. Why did the deal with Boeing collapse and what are you doing to put Embraer's commercial operations back together? First of all, he says measure to be here with you. Thanks for for the Vision for this guests. Well I mean. We need that. Boynton has wrongfully naked. Reasons for the whose possession be. As, you said before point two billion. Dollar purchase bronze. Of Visualization. Progressing up is fast all initial TV areas in the service there is our. bigly. Read the great in we. Him also updated our band recall Roy. Sweep one twenty five mile e Cudi Commissioning Gatien in thinking The covy nine. So how do you plan to return the company to profitability and and wh what initiatives are most promising? Okay so he s an old this year. We really with a big issue the I wa. Dropping no revenues of the back of the V ninety. So event, not Anita the nature of the point lead this machine was more challenging because. With this, wrong in revenues combine costs. And higher the more. Because all day costs League Office. So this year what we are. We are we demanded A. Crisis Committee, and defining fighting for your. help us open the. Office will be the communication blow so. I will. Soon. As fight for artists, one is to protect. The health people because of all, these Colby get along people working at Home Office, the one who brought pants. All measures we Brought back to their health. Sat, on the second yard. This project allegations. Falls or on. Our. Our expertise always, you reduce our investments on only boom, our the siebel payables. The everything we coons who protect. Our cash. Who Wins? The vast in four four son loans to help us with a Number, three. was. recaptured. Seniors. Said before I mean we we had to recover. These is we had because of the off process. process. BROISSIA's. We. Promoted a rightsizing the organization because of the. Back, but also because of the effects of the Kobe. Needed his response, your guys edition, only a reduced cost, the new dynamic for the Popham who prepared again Asian. Our other strategic planning, one, twenty, five, the four priority is tool and. Die Of. This To Have A. More efficient immoral Gile Open. I. Is was. Is Now who view the basis for our future road then. We Very. Very. Robust. Recalling. One twenty five. That's a note we want that will already enjoy. Eating very A. CENTURY OUR FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE From. Linked to on. Any. Were democracy to. We expect. Enjoy rules any Mel Revenue Spike essentially, our financial. For.
"coon" Discussed on Run With It
"So in terms of the way that you learned how to code in the investment first of all, how much money did you invest up front of you guys own money. And then also did you have some cool hack for you had like a private coding tutor or did you just suck? As just get on, you know, one of these coding tutorial sites and go. Yeah, so to your first question Lawrence and I were fortunate we had both been pretty Thrifty early on and off working in Investment Banking that's give you a bit of cash. I guess we hadn't had saved a little bit. So I think he and I initially each put in like $20,000 at the same time in in your late twenties. That's that was real money. I mean it's still is that's a lot to invest in a business. So combined we had forty forty thousand dollars. We said this is our start-up capital and not so with that we then said, okay, what's the shortest path to learning to code for me? Personally, I went through one of these really intense coding bootcamps month. So went through this Ruby on Rails course back in the day in Chicago. It was called codecademy later became the starter League was this like really good experience spent, you know five dead. A week shoulder-to-shoulder with other men and women who wanted to learn how to write code that for me was was the best path and that was a three month program and then the the kind of follow along in 21 months the next almost two years. It was really just a lot of trial-and-error. It was building a lot of Twitter clones learning Twitter bootstrap learning Ruby on Rails, like spending countless hours going through different things on stackoverflow, which is this online. I always find out what it dumped you at that point for sure. It's better clumps. You did off Twitter clone. You said you're starting to real estate side. What are the yeah. Oh man. That's awesome though. It's it's amazing. It's a great story. It's very inspiring and and the sort of level of commitment that you guys have had. I want to make sure that we're staying on track with your three bullet points thing just to refresh the listener here. So we started with you has three key factors that would take the business. You said understand the problem. Get the skills that it takes. Let's go to the third one unless you have a little bit more but so we can talk more about what skills they are. But what was what's the third factor that you thinks really important? Yeah, third factor of assistant persistence. Just don't give up anytime. You're starting a company anytime. You're really embarking on anything that's challenging. There will inevitably be be people who dumped you the call you names that say, you're stupid that don't believe in in what it is you're doing but just don't give up. I might have stayed with you if I was your age, you sound like you're a charismatic you probably where you talk about commitment. And you know, I don't giving up focus on the long-term. Yeah. I want to ask you about identifying this problem a little bit cuz you are in such a great position to be able to speak to it's worth and you mentioned up at the top of the page. That this digital identity would be really beneficial for your business itself. Can you give us a sense for how much you can answer how much you would pay how much it would save you money what percentage of your costs are associated with managing digital identities for us again here to Vail. We spend a lot of time focus on digital identities, obviously every month. We're moving tens of millions of.
Jack Dorsey faces Senate subpoena after blocking NY Post articles
"Dot com Senate Republicans say the Judiciary Committee will issue a subpoena Tuesday to Twitter chief Jack Dorsey. After the social media company blocked in New York Post article relating to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, Democratic Senator from Delaware, Chris Coons sees nothing wrong with what Twitter did. Facebook and Twitter have policies to not spread things that are utterly unreliable that have been debunked and where their origin is. Untrustworthy. South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham sees a double standard, Nobody on Twitter and social media shut down anything about Trump in Russia. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg also included in that
GOP pushes Barrett toward court as Democrats decry sham.
"Republicans powered Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett close to confirmation yesterday pushing past Democrat objections and other properties during the covid nineteen crisis in the drive to seat President Donald Trump's pick before the November third election. The Senate Judiciary Committee said October Twenty second for its vote to recommend Barrett's nomination to the full Senate the final confirmation vote expected by month's end. You don't convene a Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the middle of a pandemic when the Senate's on recess when voting has already started in the presidential election in a majority of states declared Senator Chris coons. Republicans eager to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader. GINSBURG counted that trump is well within the bounds to fill the vacancy and they have the votes to do it. Barrett's information would bring the most pronounced ideological change on the court in thirty years poised to launch a new era of court rulings on abortion voting rights and other matters that are now open to new uncertainty. The forty eight year old Barrett was careful during two days of public testimony, not to tip her views on many issues or take on the president who nominated her facing almost twenty hours of questions from senators. She declined to offer specifics beyond the vowed to keep open mind and take the cases as they come. Barrett refused to say whether she accepts the science of Climate Change under questioning from Kamala Harris saying she lacked the expertise to know for sure and calling it a topic to controversial to get into. Barrett framed acknowledgement of a man made climate crisis as a matter of policy not science when she was pressed by the Democratic senator from California the Federal Appeals Court judge responded that she did think Corona virus was infectious and smoking caused cancer but rebuffed Harris on the climate change question for seeking to solicit an opinion on a matter of public policy. Especially, one that is politically controversial effectively ignoring science in the face of the ever-present. Climate. Crisis.
Training dogs to sniff out COVID-19
"They can sniff out counselors late blood sugar levels in diabetics, drugs, explosive chemicals used in bombs, and as many dog owners know any food in one hundred meter radius. dokes have notorious powerful noses with hundreds of millions of central sceptres that can pick up traces of substances at just one pop trillion. And so now teams around the world from Lebanon to the UK attesting out dog's olfactory abilities when it comes to sniffing out cubic nineteen. One of those putting hounds on the viral hunt is Dominic Cork a professor at the National Veterinary School of. In front first phase is to train the dog to put his nose in coon and sniff. So we knew that if he story then we put some positive sample in this goal and dogs are going to one whole week but they'll in the cones and everything is made as a game I'm Nichole Davis, and this is science weekly. We Got Dominique on the line to ask him a bit more about how you actually train dogs to sniff out a disease. Unfortunately, the audio isn't great so about that but the first question I wanted to ask Monique was exactly when he first decided to ton his dogs noses towards K. Nineteen well, it's I'm a I'm head of a Canine Sports Medicine unit that the vet, school in our fault. And and we are working a lot on working dog I'm also involved in search and rescue dogs instead thirty five years as firefighters. And I've always been working on Doug affection actually. So we also have a big program in the. Vet. School, which is Naza. He's in the goal of the program is to develop the medical detection dogs in in France and so when when the COVID did show up, we had a meeting It was on the ninth of March I remember and. The. First question was, what are we going to use samples? So we checked everything in the graffiti and we saw that the the the sweat under the armpit that would be very few chance of bessie of contamination and actually has no passive condemnation. The dog is not sensible. So we make so that the dogs do not tach at any moment, the samples than we started with such rescue dog from different fire departments. Minute Ducasse what two weeks to consider that it was working in the. And that's what we've been doing for six months. So, let's get to the nuts and bolts here. What is it that the dogs are sniffing Anita? You say you take samples from People's armpits. Similarly, people use an awful lot of deodorants and other toiletries at does that get in the way of things dogs sniffing the virus sniffing the? Effects of the virus when the virus enters add a sale, the viruses replicating also using the Senate. To produce his own proteins he's on molecules and these chemical molecules they have to go out of the buddy. They can go out food the European through the feces for the tears and through the sweat. So that's what the dogs are looking for, and that's been a quite a few studies in the past showing that insalled cultures different virus were producing different others. Let's go nemo. Valetta. Organic compounds. And that's what we are looking for now to answer questions regarding the utterance in perfumes and so on. The key point for these dogs is to have some top quality and fresh positive samples in all the to make the in printing. So we're GONNA need roughly eighteen positive samples that are fresh. We don't rely only on a on A. Positive results also asked samples to hospitals coming from people who have chemical symptoms. The scan that he's typical etcetera etcetera, and if you do it this way while the dogs reading in memory, the specific other and you can put any type of the. or perfume this is not a problem. It would be a problem if the people who are using only one brand of the audience in the same product. But the Zillions of different types of the in perfume. So the only Common Otter, the dogs are finding in the eighty something samples that they are sniffing at the beginning is the the covid and that's what we want to focus on that. Domini, how do you train the dogs I'm what do they do? Once they find a positive sample today sit down or bark or how do they signal that they found something To train, the dogs are using some what we call a faction guns that. Developed that's a good way to not have the dog in contact with the samples and so the first phases to train the dog to put his nose in the cone in sniff, and so we do that too. If he story then we put some positive sample in this in the dogs are going to for one whole week. Now going to put down those in the cones so that the imprinted with the specific honor of the positives and then with more. With some neutral, which means the swabs without anything, and then we put some negative samples and wing prisoner amount of corns. We increase the amount of negative samples. We put some some lines. We've only negatives on the positives and everything is made as a game. In other words, the dog is getting his story when he finds the positive most of the time, we asked the doctor sit in front of the. That's pretty easy to obtain. But if the dog is marking differently barking or scratching or whatever I don't care because it's the important thing is to have the dog marking correct simple. What is important is to keep the motivation of the dog and the motivation of the dog is coming through the interaction with the duck hander and through the fact that he's rewarded when he works good and plays with his a duck handler. Happiness is to keep going for working dogs. A key issue that some skeptics of this approach have raised is that you might be able to tell someone with covert from somebody who doesn't have cable but can you really tell apart someone who has covered from someone who has another virus like flu? For example what do you say to that? We are starting right now to check if the dogs are mocking? Some people with other types of virus infections or other type chronic disease like lung cancers, auditees, and so on. But there has been some studies a lot of studies trying to identify the volatile organic compounds coming from different types of virus that have been put in south counter and each time it shows that the other print of the virus coming from these vetting are any compounds is specific to a virus. Would we see in terms of practical results is that there's a lot of times where the dog has been more accurate than the PCR. We've got some people with negative that were marked by the dogs. Samples were remarkably the dogs we send back the anonymous number of these samples to the hospitals, the remade the PCR, the our positive. We also have some negative people that were marked by the dogs. We have a refugee at ten cases like this where we told the hospital. Okay. These people are positive for us and they couldn't get in touch with these people but these people went back to the hospital a few days later and they were clinically covid nineteen and most of the time they were with digestive simple. You have to keep in mind also that that when you when you look for virus in the nose. You don't look for the virus at the other end of the buddy. Just. How accurate is this at? What kind of results are you getting with dogs? The accuracy of the dogs is measured for two terms of sensitivity which means that the doug doesn't miss some positives and specificity which means deduct doesn't miss some negatives. Sensitivity is the most important and. The values that we obtained are between ninety up to nine hundred, nine point five percent in Dora sensitivity and the specificity is always close to a hundred percent. So this entity is that say ninety five percent while it means that you might have some false positive, but it's no big dipped. One or two percent of positives. The big deal would be to miss some positives and actually this is not something that happens with the dog. So you can take that in any sense results are good as long as the dogs are well trained.
Amy Coney Barrett's hearing kicks off with hypocrisy and healthcare
"Cockney barrettes. Every full time faculty member of Notre Dame Law supports her nomination for legal work and teaching have inspired hundreds of young lawyers, especially aspiring female lawyers. Delaware Democrat Chris Coons says With Barrett on the court conservatives could kill what's left of Obama care President Trump explicitly promised Anyone he nominated to the Supreme Court would do the right thing and be a vote to overturn the affordable care act. In just one week after the upcoming election, the Supreme Court will hear a case in which the Affordable Care act is that issues. CBS's Nancy Corden, There are Democrats who are furious that this hearing is taking place at all. They believe. That Cockney Barrett is being rushed on to the Supreme Court because Republicans want to get her in place before an election that the president could very well lose President Trump's due to campaign today in Florida now that his doctors say
Stimulus Talks Resume, but a Deal Remains Elusive
"Back on for now. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says they want a piecemeal approach to help the U. S economy recovered from damage caused by the Corona virus pandemic. President Trump put an end to the talks after no deal was reached and Democratic Senator from Delaware, Chris Coons tells CNN This is just another example of how difficult it is to negotiate negotiate with with with President President President President Trump. Trump. Trump. Trump. It's It's It's It's like like like like trying trying trying trying to to to to nail nail nail nail Jell Jell Jell Jell O O O O to to to to the the the the wall. wall. wall. wall. He's He's He's He's canceling canceling canceling canceling all all all all negotiations negotiations negotiations negotiations and and and and then then then then within within within within a a a a few few few few short short short short hours, hours, hours, hours, saying saying saying saying No, No, No, No, no, no, no, no, we we we we urgently urgently urgently urgently need need need need more more more more money to be enacted tomorrow. Hurricane Delta
"coon" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
"Wow this is an friend reminding trying to move a body here anyway so take his ass now he ain't gonna be able to take their ps four with him they got four guys they got fucking ps four in Ghana so you might get the outlet convertible yeah they're going to have it out the Annetta with Internet off the Internet as well as the Internet is arrive I know but you know the Haiti and we do all kinds of shit. Well we've been talking to hate each other some saying would you saw Africa because you still have answer questions lays I'm at a loss for words because let me just break down I yes I would go back to Africa not back I will go to Africa it's you go yeah okay but I made sure it was You know I'm I'm accustomed certain things so I'd have to make sure certain things were accessible there they have here we use in Ghana omit the one time come alive come alive laugh is on hair weaves cut your Mike off Please of your mic being off jury was off we'll cut it back on I wanNA punish you cut it on turn it up now this is a challenge let's see if you can go five minutes without laughing at some underhanded bullshit Khloe says I'm just saying I feel you can occur the U. Lifestyle you can go out for walk they Kito you can be Kito in Ghana they got meet that you ain't gonna eat they got sick I don't know if they got they got cigarettes ask cigarettes in Ghana we have a case where a woman went into a man's never mind how this even happened you understand one time I went to the wrong floor and I was concerned for myself because I said man if I had put my key you know like and they thought I was trying to bring could met me with a shot understand more so that you assume that the person that would be the aggressor and probably rightfully so right would be the person that is inside their home and they have someone intruding into their home yeah so they have all the boundary they have all of the onus is not on them to keep guard to be rational because they are placed their space their private personal space is being disrupted it is on the person is trying to intrude in that space to acknowledge what they're doing they're okay people don't even like solicits people put up signs that say no solicitation and things of that nature her but now we have this case where this woman she somehow we have not even established how she got into the house door was open the door was cracked into that was that was it was a number of situation so apparently she was she came home she parked in the garage she got the wrong floor she was texting her art and she actually sexting apartment so she was distracted she walks all the way to his door which is ajar and he has a red doormat which she doesn't have so that was like rule number one not ruined clue number one is one you see a doormat funny adore that you don't have in front door so that should be already pay attention but she was sexting sexting her partner then the door was ajar and also this is one of these new apartment complex you have a key fob so if she had tried to use a key I five it wouldn't have worked but the door was open she just pushed the door open but you know if you're a smart rational person and I I'm pretty sure she probably has an alcohol in her system something because you got the smell to your apartment when you walk into your space you know your space when you walk into a foreign space you know he's so she ignored all of these natural red flags and proceeded to initially pull her gonna any said that where he was shot he was shot from a downward angle so he was standing up he wasn't even coming to her he was standing on the he saw her he stood up and she I'm twice so the bullets went in at a downward angle he wasn't even fully facing her and then after that she was crying about losing her job she hasn't even set he was their dining and that's what the videotape the bunny head of her in the hallway pace and be oh my God what about my job what about my job is and what about my job so and now bunnies targeted and now the guy who was a witness a next door neighbor who said he heard interaction he was a key witness Joshua Brown now he's gone just even a description for me is to my Jemaa she must as an alcohol system she didn't notices this if you see somebody you open the door and now mind you this is not a civilian understand this is not you and me who have not been trained and high pressure situations as in so and so forth this is a trained police officer and her first instinct is not to even hold up the gun and say freeze or what are you doing here or ask any questions well I wouldn't mind her pointing the gun at him and asking questions your first reaction when you see a black male and his underwear eating ice cream is to shoot to kill why was his awar- open why I don't know why it could have been a thing he you know you'd think you'd slam the door didn't slam or maybe he had a buddha colon away we don't know but it's his right to have his door what I'm saying to you is hot we keep jumping over the fact that the door was open as if maybe she was supposed to come through that door I thought about that too I thought maybe it was like a I don't have my of Your Open I've had times where I've forgotten turn the lock on my door but I don't have my door open also now let's be fair that could have been the case this dorm might not have been a jar the door might have just been unlocked you get what I'm saying we won't know I'm not sure but if there's a fire that has to go to the door then the would unlock the door there's not a it's not it's one of those things where you probably close the door and it locks on its own I have to make adjustments when I'm going in and out apartment to my door so that it doesn't just immediately locked and then when I'm done with that and to turn it back on whatever so we have that there's a video do you understand I'm just trying to let you guys understand that there is so many things that are not being taken into account because this is a white woman who murdered a black person absolutely and if the roles were reversed he would go can year is the they would not have even considered that he made a mistake do you they would have arrived and they would have killed him there would have been no trial white woman dead black man's there and he killed her would've opened fire on him and said that they feared for their lives the problem is would do we do to correct this system I keep telling you guys you what Khloe has spoken about just now the cops obviously corrupt the corruption here we know started because the same people that were in charge a rounding up the slaves and the slave hunters this were the police they didn't they didn't go from being slave hunters to shut hunting down and then they created this system called the police the police were the slave hunters their entire charge was to run after our way would niggers run into freedom to kill them shoot to kill so at what point well that's what I'm saying I don't know so we can't we are the leaders what we're on the black leader I don't have any where that's what I'm saying you weren't about Travis Scott motherfucking Kylie Jenner people that we uphold Travis Scott Drake Serena Williams no stop but no stop but they killed I'll stop so what that we gotta get stronger and tougher I see brexit I love Serena Williams but we gotta have some real shit lined up to say okay do you know that it is a misdemeanor at minimum to make a false report it is at minimum of misdemeanor to make a false report None of the white people that have permit Patty Barbecue becky Steve Swimming Pool or whatever the Fuck Carol Golden wral none of the white people that have called the cops unjustly on people of color none of them have been not even a day in jail or gotten a ticket for that that is what is supposed to happen when you make a false report so we're not even enforcing the thing that causes that stops people from making false reports which is it can be on them by them being ticketed or put in jail so then why people feel comfortable to constantly keep calling because there's nothing in place to stop them from acting like the cops are their own personal customer service line at JC Penney's but if there's something in place to say if you're a white person and it has been founded these check marks of you being a white person calling the cops the person of color who is doing regular as Shit your ass has gone to jail I agree you have a thousand dollar ticket guess what was what happens white to stop calling the cops so frivolously they know so what I'm saying is we can do all the Shit we want about this box gene situation the woman got away with murdering him and the whole time he had to defend himself he was being defended as if he was the criminal case where he is head and then it goes even further because the videotape why is the videotape not accessible. Why is the video tape that gives information access to what really went down why is that tape in the hands of the police that also employees vis woman who ps more than likely is a racist or things that she's doing the world a favor because she sucks Nigga Dick so what happened where is that where is that video and why is that women bunny not allowed to share that video it's personal property or why are we not allowed to see it as the public so that's the question why can't we see the public we've seen everything else we watch you kill Eric people being unjustly arrested and killed we have access to watch that on facebook live in twitter and all kinds of shit and instagram live but we can't see the video that shows what was this woman was doing we have to go to text messages that confirm that after she killed him or as he said good as she was getting ready to get dick down buying and after all this evidence is out there we got a judge who's being supported lead by the Dallas police they're the ones that put the bitch in there I don't know if I'm GONNA call the judge the bitch so I'm saying our retract that respectively because active fully because I'm not trying to jail off no what I consider to be a aunt Jemima okay but she's being she's in her seat thanks Dallas and all the people there that they support her she's been aren't tired time leading the jury into having sympathy me for this woman we watch a bailiff pet amber gower in her hair and fixed her hair we watch the judge Walker off the stand and give this girl a hug and our Bible we watched the family the father say I want to be her friend we watched the brother go I don't even want you to do any jail time it is to the point where I cannot be a nigger any more I cannot because Nicholas is so confused.
"coon" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
"Away hot thank you and welcome to rant and rave with Yemeni and friends I am here with my sister and my friend you know Putt Tomlin of a and upon sound frame is Khloe she's ooh let's.
"coon" Discussed on BrainStuff
"At IBM problems inspire us to push the world forward. That's why so many people work with us on everything from city traffic to ocean plastic smart loves problems. IBM A. B. M. Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT COM slash smart to learn more look to bring stuff a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren bo-bottle here friendly intelligent and huge. Maine coon's are rugged longhaired cat breed. That's become a favourite of Phelan fans everywhere from the breeds mysterious origins to its oddly dog like behavior Maine coon's. Aren't your average everyday house cats first off. They're the largest of all domesticated cat breeds. They gain as much as two pounds. That's about a kilogram per month during their growing cycle which ends at about four years of age which which is more than quadruple the maturity time of other breeds well most adult cats way about seven pounds. That's around three kilos. Maine coon male cats tip the scales up to twenty five pounds or eleven kilos females typically weigh in at about twenty pounds or nine kilos. Maine coon's are also some of the world's longest domesticated. It'd cats in terms of physical link as well as in terms of time since domestication both male and female. Maine coon's typically reach up to forty inches. That's a meter for in length from their noses to the tips of their bushy tails and although the main coon is often regarded as America's first domesticated breed. It's ancestry is shrouded in mystery jury advances in genetic testing could help identify the Maine coon's ancient relatives which may have accompanied the Vikings on their exploratory voyages. There is one origin story you however that may have resulted in the breed's distinctive name Captain Charles Kuhn kept longhaired cats on board when he sailed from England to New England ports during the late seventeenth seventeen in early eighteen hundreds legend has it that when Kuhn anchored his ship in New England ports his cats would slip away to mate with local felines although it is is steeped in speculation this long-standing folk story purports that these long haired Kitten or referred to as coon's cats the Maine coon's origins may be Murky Erkki but its future looks clear in nineteen eighty-five the main coon was declared the official state cat of Maine and as twenty eighteen the main coon was the fifth most popular breed in the United States a Maine coon even had a pivotal role in the Harry Potter films as Mrs Norris The pet cat of Custodian Mr Filch her claim to fame besides starring starring in one of the hottest film franchises of all time was stopping on command as she paced the halls of hogwarts. Many Maine coon's can be trained the way that you train a dog this intelligent and eager to please breed exhibits a few doglike tendencies such as following their owners between rooms and the capacity to and interested in responding well to training with the assistance of training techniques like using a clicker that makes a clip indistinct sound followed by treats. A Maine coon's behavior can be harnessed though despite popular perceptions options just about any cat can be trained using these tools if you keep at it and that training can help keep house cats stimulated satisfied and physically fit. Most cats have an aversion to getting wet but not so Maine coon's equipped with water resistant for these be lines. Don't mind taking a bath are known for joining humans in the shower the even go for a swim for example tizzy a five year old. Maine coon from Pennsylvania made headlines for taking laps in her family's swimming pool something she likes to do on a regular racists during the summer months and in two thousand and four a Maine coon named a little nicky became the first pet animal to be cloned commercially after Little Nicky died at the age of seventeen his Dallas. Area owner paid fifty thousand dollars to have little nicky's. DNA transplanted into an egg cell. A surrogate mother cat carried the embryo and Walla a kitten similar in appearance and personality too Little Mickey Today's episode it was written by Lori L. 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"coon" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"coon" Discussed on X96
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That's the one around to it might be Boehner the day. We'll see what the winner of around ones voting has to say about that. Really? It's you have the say because. Yeah, you vote at nine twenty. That's when we're going to put them both up against each other for Boehner fight nine twentieth. When you decide Boehner of the day. So so my my youngest he's like a a wanna be survivalist. Really? He's he he he'd be gone in a day. He no, he he he I think I could drop him. I think he could be make it in a frayed. Let's drop them in the woods with a knife. And but yesterday he bugs then. Yeah. He's not afraid of the no, no he loved that whose son is he. Mother would just assume dog so yesterday he said he said momma, they're very many raccoons and Oregon. I said, oh, I yeah. I say there's probably a lot of raccoons. Imagine it might even be the raccoon capital. I don't know. Because you know, we're going to our retirement plan is the Christmas tree for in Oregon and planets. And he said he's decided I want to start saving up my allowance for I wanna get a Coon hound. They're never about about eight hundred bucks Coon hound. And I said why why do you want a Kuna? Well, of course, they're reading where the Redfern grows at school. He's completely enamored with an he doesn't know how it ends. And I'm not no I'm not going to. I've never read that book really know. But I know it's kinda like old yeller, isn't it? Well, yeah. Yeah. Two dogs die to one. Land. No bold, Dan, or whatever they are in can't remember these I want to save for Cuneo. I wanna own a hunt hunt for coons in in Oregon at the tree farm to keep the raccoons out of the tree farm. So what I'm thinking? They'll Bill is is maybe our sons could team up here. Ooh. So so so Muhammed could have his Coon hound you tree a Coon Coon dogs do chase him up the tree. And then he could just hand because he doesn't need it. After that. Handed off to little Bill for his taxidermy. Hobby. You have you have no idea. I mean, you don't know yet. The first time he has a can get his hands on it that goon Denver Coon. He he may say, you know, I I. I need to I need a how about a blanket. You know, they are. I think they should the team the team up of a business here somewhere else, or I don't I don't know. I don't know what she wants to Muhammed picking up any any pointers from little bit. No. I just want him handing over the because I don't want to deal with dead records. So if we have somebody that's in the market for your son. He's going to insist on learning how to skin them and Tanel, I gotta do this. I mean, if he's a genuine survivalist he'll he'll want to have that skill. Those are he watches YouTube video after YouTube video of survival skills. I forget what what the show was called. But my kids really liked it. And he'd love it with these two survivalist and they drop them out in the middle of nowhere. When nothing and one of them never wore any shoes in on the show, somebody what remember the name of the crazy. He he didn't wear shoes ever in the winter. They drop them off in vendors gapes. He wasn't wearing. Stupid barefoot because because he's viable. She knows how to live with with not having any shoes in a rap leaves around your feet. They kind of have a little competition to see which one of them didn't die survive better. You know? And so your your son Mohammed love that show. But I I'm just I'm Wade out. I think I'll know the day. When they get to the end of where the Redfern grows because I think he'll be inconsolable away. Devastating while. Yeah, he doesn't know where that's well. And that's when you need to call veterinarian sid. She says I'll I'll find you a rescue ready wreck rescue Coon hound husky Coon hound. Nause? They're not pleasant dogs. I'm sorry. Yeah. He's been trying to teach Riley how to be a hunting dog like Honey, she's not she's a she's a house path. But he looked online. How you how you train your? Well. She's a retriever. Yeah. I mean, that's it's in her name for it's it's the he's to teacher. I'm like, no reprieve. She's a house dog. She's not your pal. You're not good. To train them when they're young to know, she spiders in our house. That's she's good at that. But she hunts, and I think her for this biter hunter, she can spot him from across the respond retriever. You can just tell the hair on the back of her neck goes up, and she. Just like to point out to both of you that I didn't make this break about me you to declaring war on my raccoon friends. You have raccoon friend rocket. Oh, my favorite avenger what he's he's talking rolling. He'd shoot back. All right. I wouldn't try to kill talking. Also, that's the qualification. They. Crash.
"coon" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"coon" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
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"coon" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Interchangeable for slur or whatever that's just no not like the redskins now the redskins is an that's a whole new well so you're saying you're saying that if coon is offensive than than wreck then redskins should be offensive i i don't think so because a koon and coon skins referring to a raccoon a redskin is referring to a native american so an actually the the the polls have been done on that and actually a lot of native americans are not offended by many of this so cool and coon skin is not a racial slur in this story right but we all agree that saying that the kuhn's should be cut because it's just it's it's exactly what you call somebody to racial slurs while that can be so i understand that but coon skin i think is absolutely fine thumbs up if you think it's fine that we got one to all three all three of us were unanimous has interesting we're all unanimous is saying calling the mascot the coons or whatever it is bad because it's just you know snow's but coon skin is not because it means raccoon skin in this woman this young lady is ruining it for people she should be embarrassed she should be stupid she said she was shocked when she saw the word on the front page of the yearbook shocked does she not know it coon skin is i've never heard coon skin ever ever ever ever used as a racial slur anywhere at anytime ever i've only heard for one thing for racoonskin as an acoustic skin hat for example so i pray that you think we should not appease this young offended lady and that she would learn a lesson and let it go and and realize that this is stupid and she's oversensitive eight hundred two eight eight wbz ap's our number.
"coon" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"What reboots would you like to see and or what shows should never be rebooted that is like i get like four of those a week at least and we get a lot of carrie coon because people know how much we love carrie coon i love it of war co star carrie coon i know that's first thing i did this morning when i woke up and i was online is i went to slack and i said to our colleague mike ryan who went to the infinity war screening last night how much is proxima midnight in this movie and micron was like what what why do you care because watch the leftovers for fargo season three mike so anyway our question bene says last week you mentioned kerry coon on the leftovers shocker as an example of an amazing performance on his show nobody watched now i'm wondering what are some other examples of actors giving tastic performances on shows nobody watched well we've mentioned a few of them here already like rectify the stuff that that aden young that claimed crawford that adelaide clemens abigail spencer that everyone on that show was doing for four seasons was amazing and like you could fit that show's viewership into like a dixie cup is just you know someone wants i think described a lot of the shows that the people like us love to talk about mpc tv as a rounding error and that's basically what it is so that would be one example what what's another one.