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"country magazine" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

The Cinematography Podcast

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"country magazine" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

"So you can buy mayan insist. Cars happy leave believing that the best cars had very in the world in probably a hamburger in between. I can't remember put mayonnaise on the hamburger or you can just make a call. And you can't put a car the hamburger but you get hungry car. Though that's true you can pick up a hamburger so we can recommend that i don't he dirty and smelly he's probably was them. That was the show idea in two thousand nine nineteen. It's a show for amazon. And it's a fantastic show very relevant. For many reasons graphically emotionally. I would say politically. I just emotionally relevant for all of us. That live in this part of the world i would say is it's got some political you know it's got a it's got a political axe to grind and i'd say it's kind of with design guys of Shows like lovecraft. Country and watchmen in terms of how. It's kind of showing us a different side of racism showing framing it in a way that a lot of us have never encountered When i was watching it. I kept thinking about how you were trained. If i'm not mistaken as an architect and i was noticing in the show the way the architecture because you know it takes place. It looks like town and country magazine. Or better homes and gardens from the nineteen fifties or nineteen sixties and. It's compton in l. a. but there's a real attention to detail when it comes to architecture and i was wondering while watching it and thinking about your your background like your background in architecture inform kind of the spaces and the way that you were kind of designing the lighting in the cameron how to feature it definitely does if i were to start a game in twenty four or twenty five a game..

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"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"The author of paragliding. Beginner's guide asked he and lentil best end. Thanks for joining us on. The cloud. base may haven't been really excited to talk to you just this morning finished your fantastic book. The you did in conjunction with cross country magazine. I've been involved in a similar similar effort over the last year. I know it's a massive effort. Congratulations it's a beautiful book. Thanks march. i'm reading his finally. I bet yeah i understand. This came this. This is kind of a second version. Correct road at first in dutch. Give us a little bit of your background. Yeah sure actually i. I've got three additions in dutch version. Now this project started five years ago. Most are mortified. Years ago does outed. Fourteen somewhere is diamond. My hands and i found. Actually why could go back a little bit more. I i did my my licensed lance license. And i had to do with eerie example that and had to study for it and i found no good information especially in dutch whatsoever. It was just all collections. So i thought well we can actually use a book in the netherlands. There was something here but not much. So after i did my license i started to think about the more and i also started to get my husband. Aaron fourth we started to teach theory courses because that wasn't around in indianapolis either At the time so we set the course up and then our students were asking us. Well what can we read. I mean where's the information. What's the study material Just wasn't there. It was either old or not in dutch language. So in summer of two thousand fourteen i had to dine my hands. I thought well. I'll start writing seaward ends so i wrote a In in then. I consulted a lot of Dutch you'll pilots friends instructor schools to help me to correct that and that resulted in the first dutch version in the beginning of two thousand fifteen. So i bring like Five hundred books of that thinking that switz- about thousand active pilots fifteen hundred who are members of the association. Thought it would last me forever. I mean five hundred bush's can sell books. Sold out in two years really gone five hundred bucks in two years. Two hundred fifty books in the netherlands into years. Like what's happening here..

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People are Flocking To These Weird JOBS!

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

05:08 min | 1 year ago

People are Flocking To These Weird JOBS!

"Fifteen throwback industries making a comeback this year. Why am I, sharing this with you? Well, for those of you that are thinking about that entrepreneurial venture that you've always kind kicked around your head, you don't have a whole lot of ideas maybe no winning idea yet for some of you who are looking for just a side Hustle to dip your toe in the water to see do I wanna work for myself or do I just want to make some extra money here are fifteen throwback industries making a comeback and this? Is. So. Heartwarming. This is from business insider I. Love this list. Nathan. This is so good. The first one drive in movies this has been great. Obviously cove is kind of forced this onto us, but the drive in movies are great. Especially if you're classic car guy like me and you got the convertible classic car and you got the awesome lady to watch the movie with that's fun puzzles about puzzles. Now, I personally have never been a big jigsaw puzzle guy mainly because I lose interest quickly but I've taken on many. Not, completed very many but that's fun and by the way great creative outlet for kids I laughed when I saw this one, Joe Roller Skating he you know I get some great memories from the eighties at Roller Skating rinks leave it at that but it was never good roller skater stationary now actually very much excites me. Andrea, Bell. Is the director of insights at a trend forecasting company commented on this for town and Country Magazine on the rebirth of the boom of stationary. Again, she said everyone is experiencing digital fatigue. So we are turning into tangible things. And this is very exciting to see handwritten notes. The stationary returning by the way stationary is is great not just because it's allowing you to to handwrite things which I'm just such a big believer in, but also the personal style that you can add to the personal note board games are back on a big board Game Maniac I love Board Games. The reason this is significant is because it involves community and. When we're playing board games we're looking at each other we're talking to each other were listening to each other we're laughing with each other we're competing with each other. Hopefully, we're not arguing with each other, but I will tell you many Coleman, when I was growing up with my brother he and I would compete to the death even over a board game. So there are many times while my dad had to say dudes. Chill out but great memories their role through the rest of these really quick bread baking Genn very labor intensive activity. But a lot of craftsmanship, their house plants, Arcade Games, bicycles, getting out, exercising, and feeling the fresh air inflatable pools. As a dad I have a love hate relationship with inflatable pools lots of love setting it up. Kids are excited about it, filling it up. Kids are excited. You get to watch him play the minute they're done with it. The hate comes out for the DADS right? Because then you got an empty, the stupid thing ruins, your lawn gotta dry that nasty money thing out and put it up. So there you go I get some therapy on that issue video games I I didn't understand how this made the list. I really didn't because in my world with three kids. Video Games didn't go way but I think more adult probably playing video games that I will tell you confess that I have one video game I love playing I did love playing madden, which is the football and the NBA live with my boys until they started to destroy me. At after I would get whipped every time Joe I decided I'm not interested in getting my teeth kicked in every time I play my boys. So I've gone to video game golf and so places a great and so I can zone out for about twenty five thirty minutes rarely does this happen? But every once in a while and the kids are all doing something dad likes to go up there and play eighteen holes of golf and it is very relaxing. I must say so all for that surfing. Vinyl records very exciting that vinyl records and trading cards. The last two of the fifteen things let me tell you why like that. Joe. You know this Madison. This is a word she doesn't even understand. I think Nathan gets his little mass. There's some ageism going on here. Poor Madison is that anything vintage? I'm in. I don't even have to have a personal interest in it but if you talk to me about vintage or show me something vintage, I'm very intrigued by and so the baseball trading cards. Football cards, all these sports cards coming coming back. And the vital records I've always. I've always loved the good vinyl record so. Joe, if, you're looking for that hard to get Chris President for me record player I think would be good.

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"country magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"country magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Heard at the top of every hour on my talk 1071. What have you really Nelson your dog or learning Some details about Willie Nelson's personal life in an upcoming book called Me and Sister, Bobby that he co wrote well with his sister, Bobby, who plays in his band. Apparently, he was not pretty good to his wives at some point in time. So with the second way, surely willing, she discovered Willie Nelson's infidelity via mail when they received a bill from a Houston hospital for a birth of somebody else. Try alot that's allegedly tried to play it off is no big deal. But when there was a bill for the birth of a baby girl named Paula to Mrs Connie Nelson, Well, surely was like, Well, that is not my child. Oh, boy, Lee. We're going to be here and more stories like that from Willie Nelson's book when it means they're making it around, ever. They they're really cute together. I didn't realize she had played in his band all these years, Sister No didn't either. And Wendy Williams is out doing press for her return of the Wendy Williams Show and fires Yes, and out on her tour, she is shading her ex husband, Kevin Hunter. Ahead of her return. So, she says, I don't know how big your home is and how much space you have, but I live in an apartment and it's not my fault. I live in an apartment. It was very personal for me, too people to see my area she was talking about when she was doing her show from home. And she said, people couldn't understand my groove. But she's like It's not my fault that I'm living in this apartment right now. Kevin Hunter. Excuse you feels uncomfortable to me. Just even. Listen. Really, you know, really like no, you know that. I mean, you could have some powers attack shows to let them Go ahead with like, I don't want to broadcast from my home and I'm not going to the studio. I mean, they let her have all that time off. Yes, they did. I wonder about all the other employees if they got laid off for a period of time. Yeah, I don't know the details about, but they're all back in the studio. The Wendy Williams show is not going to be broadcasting from her apartment in New York. It's going back back and the empty studio back in the studio. And finally, this is a story. I think we're gonna be talking about in the five o'clock hour. But want to bring you this headline from the latest issue of town and Country magazine starring staring Sharon Stone, She says. People still want to see my boobs so good on her. Well, I don't want to see your boobs anymore. Then you can really come back intact. So I think it's in the context of areas in the story. A bigger interview where she's talking about. People still want to see my boobs on 62. She's like, really grow up. But then she reportedly joked, but also hear some boobs. So it's all tongue in cheek. Is this her town and country? Did you post this? Yes, this is all post. I love that cover for and it's good interview. He's going to be in ratchet on Friday. That is right. All right, that's all.

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"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"Starchy. That's how it's always being. Sure. Sure. Moving onto I would say you know totally more positive subject but you know we've got a lot to get through here and it's good to have your your insight into that and obviously we're still we're still a long way to go. That's what it feels like certainly to me but. Let's turn the the discussion to other things you've learned about safety and how we can be safer and what we're doing you've been involved in some really cool studies. The last time we talked you were ramping up on your hypoxia study which I want to hear about but also you've done You did a real massive steady on throwing on reserves that I want to hear about and this accident analysis you did with the PA. So take that how everyone So, Thanksgiving yet, actually, it's really nice to talk about paragliding. Times. I felt a little bit silly that my main research interest is keeping when Olis' kind of global pandemic stuff's going on but it's a little bit. Let's say Bene- real join to. To been able to look into this stuff because it's it's something that I'm really really passionate about. Yell it since we last spoke a few years ago, we've been able to do be. A number of separate studies kind of feeling away a little bit through it. So it's no if I was to go back and do it again, probably done the slightly differently in different order but we've covered some ground. So yes. Since we last spoke we did we analyzed. The. which the percent gliding park land stations accident database in detail at about thousand bucks. We've done the largest survey of paragliding today three cross country magazine. We had responses from seventeen hundred pilots not to come out next month results. But at his very kindly said, I can chop out on the PODCASTS. We've up paragliders in flights we've done also kinda crazy instrumentation park light is on acce- not crow, and then we've done the research study, which is the where I think. We had the most yields and had I known what I know now probably started with that coming at it from the background is a critical care doctor physiology was the most accessible to me. That was kind of where I started. Google while. Dive into that wherever you want let's let's let's hear more and and and learn more your article about the the reserves was was actually really enlightening for me I thought I knew a lot about reserves and you guys discovered some really valuable information. Thanks have. Yeah. Well I I'm GonNa make some bits together and that's Let's start with what we found from looking at the accident because that leads really nicely into the research parachute. So when As you know in in all countries, we have these kind of voluntary system of accident reporting which I think works better than people give credit for. But If you ask the question as basic as how dangerous is paragliding. It's very hard to give a good onset. We don't really know how much flying everybody does. And it's all very well me saying well. They were ten accidents last year. If they're twenty accents, next year is that because the sports go more risky or coast more people flying. and. People have made kind of efforts to. Dance this question in the past but what they've tended to do the tended to look at. Numbers of pilots how much flying so What people might say before as well, that five thousand, seven, hundred members in the British hang gliding paragliding association that with this many accidents so. Our accident rates are so and so Hundred. Thousand members of heavy one have what you want to do. The problem. Is that when he started? Than Look into that data. You realize that because people do such different stuff in his diverse sports is flying. So she quite meaningless. So if you take place like Baba died in tacky. Amazing place to fly. That they've actually got quite good numbers because that you have to buy tickets, go up the road, and so they know how many flights people. and. They have a fatality rate of seven, hundred, thousand flights which is. Actually. Relatively high. But then you think, okay well, what's The dog light? Well, loads attendant pilots. That's Probably more mid as the narrow and other places and people go that to do. So is what happens in Bob died representative of what happens everywhere. And I think it's not. and. So the thing that we go. Into this coming out and cross country. Next month is a good place to start is we serve Seventeen hundred pilots three cross country magazine we said, would you like how much flying? How much flying did you do last year? What incidents did you have and the nice thing about using database like cross country magazine is that you know exactly how many people there are. subscribed. To being kind of tell how many people go a survey because if you just fire out on the Internet, you don't if he's reading whether he comes back to US representative? So What we found from that. Is that the rates of. Injuries and paragliding is about twenty six injuries. One, hundred, thousand flights. and. About one and a half debts. One hundred, thousand flights. and. To get that data, we have to work out how much flying people did from the acce- savvy, and then we had to look. Quite deeply into sub population, which was the guiding parklands database to find out what accidents people hod an unmarried not to get. So that's a very long winded way of explaining how it got to where we got. which is. Coming up with a number will be rough. One of how dangerous paragliding and. I'm actually quite delighted that we now have a number because we can now start comparisons things like skydiving general aviation, and we can also see the safety we make actually work because we now know if these numbers go up and down over time as opposed to just saying are these many pilots and there are these many accidents because you did the study with the be HP. A? How the numbers assure that how relevant this is, but I would imagine there are areas in the world like you said, in Turkey that are more dangerous or certainly flying here in the rockies would be more dangerous than most of the flying I've seen in the UK just because the air and the desert and the. The launches I mean everything. It's rocky. It's nasty. It's big. I. Wonder how does does that go into your thinking and your modeling as well as? Because you're using the HP is that mostly pilots they're flying in the UK or is. I know British pilots fly a lot in the Alps to. Does a really good question I. What I guess I should have props maclear. Clear. The types of using the HP data was Those HP embassy filled out the cross country survey and start to compare accidents deaths to the total flying that is done. But the interesting thing that came out. Of both of those analyses is the things that cause accidents. pilot era. But in particular the decisions, we make our abilities to control the glider. and. Tops. From time to time a busy to judge things like distance and I would argue that those are global concerns. Wherever.

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"country magazine" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"country magazine" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Limited edition sneakers have become one of the sites specialty areas since it's twenty fifteen launch stock x has authenticated three point five million pairs of Covid Air Jordan's co-founder Josh Lubar Tolsey NBC. One million of those have been done in the last six months alone, so why the sudden? Interest in top dollar sneaks apparently because of the buzz generated by the ESPN docu series the last dance the series featured Michael Jordan and Chronicle the Chicago Bulls six championship. Run in the nineteen nineties. As, the sneaker market has soared, so has the counterfeit sneaker market fraudsters try to push look-alikes all over the Internet, but Stock Act says responded by upping their number of so called authenticated to look for telltale signs of fakery. They pore over every. From colors and patterns to the exact size of the shoebox, according to town and Country Magazine. This attention to detail has paid off his big stock xs. Now valued at more than a billion dollars. Sneaker heads have another option to help them get an objective second opinion. Check check is a sneaker authentication APP that uses artificial intelligence despite fakes for a dollar sneaker. The APP walks you through the photographic process. The I. Powered Interface looks for discrepancies in design and color. Then a team of to authenticate also reviews the shoes. The Apple Deliver A. A verdict pass not pass or unable to verify, and if the sneaker cray's seems like just another passing fad, some China's he differently the Wall Street Journal reports Chinese investors are using sneaker trading platforms to invest as if the shoes were financial derivatives SOM- are even buying and selling shoe fractions Chinese. Banks have been sounding. The alarm and the behavior worried that the high end sneaker bubble is going to burst delivering a swift kick to overzealous investors. For now US platforms don't have the same problem, but in May. Sotheby's announced it had recently sold a pair of Nike. Air Jordan ones for more than five hundred fifty thousand dollars making them the most expensive pair ever sold the sneakers had been warned by Jordan in a game and autographed, according to CNBC research from Callan and company expects the sneaker resale market to reach thirty billion dollars over the next decade, even going so far as to call sneakers and alternative asset class.

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Looking to Drop a G on Jordans? StockX Can Help Spot the Fakes

Business Wars Daily

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Looking to Drop a G on Jordans? StockX Can Help Spot the Fakes

"Limited edition sneakers have become one of the sites specialty areas since it's twenty fifteen launch stock x has authenticated three point five million pairs of Covid Air Jordan's co-founder Josh Lubar Tolsey NBC. One million of those have been done in the last six months alone, so why the sudden? Interest in top dollar sneaks apparently because of the buzz generated by the ESPN docu series the last dance the series featured Michael Jordan and Chronicle the Chicago Bulls six championship. Run in the nineteen nineties. As, the sneaker market has soared, so has the counterfeit sneaker market fraudsters try to push look-alikes all over the Internet, but Stock Act says responded by upping their number of so called authenticated to look for telltale signs of fakery. They pore over every. From colors and patterns to the exact size of the shoebox, according to town and Country Magazine. This attention to detail has paid off his big stock xs. Now valued at more than a billion dollars. Sneaker heads have another option to help them get an objective second opinion. Check check is a sneaker authentication APP that uses artificial intelligence despite fakes for a dollar sneaker. The APP walks you through the photographic process. The I. Powered Interface looks for discrepancies in design and color. Then a team of to authenticate also reviews the shoes. The Apple Deliver A. A verdict pass not pass or unable to verify, and if the sneaker cray's seems like just another passing fad, some China's he differently the Wall Street Journal reports Chinese investors are using sneaker trading platforms to invest as if the shoes were financial derivatives SOM- are even buying and selling shoe fractions Chinese. Banks have been sounding. The alarm and the behavior worried that the high end sneaker bubble is going to burst delivering a swift kick to overzealous investors. For now US platforms don't have the same problem, but in May. Sotheby's announced it had recently sold a pair of Nike. Air Jordan ones for more than five hundred fifty thousand dollars making them the most expensive pair ever sold the sneakers had been warned by Jordan in a game and autographed, according to CNBC research from Callan and company expects the sneaker resale market to reach thirty billion dollars over the next decade, even going so far as to call sneakers and alternative asset class.

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"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"Guys fly-leap. It's and BBC quite realms chair. So that was actually my fist Out Kufa across country magazine. John doubted my lull relationship humility and cross country. ARE MEMBER I've been driving down. Daily Tag Authority on. What drawn right now to cross country bad. He's got I you. You are. As long ago anyway, so it's GonNa take a dog. relight written half vet when I fist Hyun. Saddam a writer yu-lian. Anisinov, actually work are really. GonNa have looked, so he sat down and. He started reading relate three pages, and he's like a princess. Go, and that was the start of what's been alone. Relationship with those guys which great. Yes twenty years yeah. Fine High Five. And I will. Fight. Will magazine Swimming spittle so I? Was the features editor for the? Couple, years. Just Fun as well. But Yeah I think that two thousand will I was I was disliked, and these guys are crazy. I can have this. Racing stuff. And so by. Flying Korea sort of mimics. Resign was going point because I put a lot of emphasis, engineering media guide is so it's perfectly. Flight is two years, and then the kite saving thing kind of took in my life a little bit those a few years. They were I just didn't really fly. Camera on, yeah, I I. The static tight. Jus, let right. You'RE GONNA. Come right. Kite will because it's going to be much bigger. Cross.

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"country magazine" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"country magazine" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"The weak side. podcast I'm Jenny tests I am here with Connor. Today. We have a little bit of a mailbag episode. You got a lot of wonderful letters emails while I. Guess they're all emails since their electronic, but you know what I mean and we're going to get to a few of those. At the second half of the show, we'll start out on Friday night had another statement from Roger Goodell. This statement was much better than his original statement. While it had the one major failing of not mentioning Colin Kaepernick by Name Not apologizing to Colin Kaepernick, which was definitely a drawback, he did express support for players who had spoken up in a video earlier that week. He said we were wrong for not listening to players earlier, we encourage all to seek out and peacefully protest with was notable and we the national football league, believe black lives matter so really. He came out and offered a measure of support that the League had not to this point and Yeah not perfect statement, but definitely a shift. Curious your thoughts on it, Connor. Yeah I think it's notable in that you know. I it does put him at odds with the president, which is something that he's been previously unwilling to do. I think there was just an enormous amount of tiptoeing around. The president's rhetoric and staying out of the way of his fan base for the better part of four years and I think that this statement at least. Finally manages to put him on one side of the line. which is something that is notable certainly may also think it's notable because. I. Don't think that this happens. Without a lot of the powerful messages relayed by some of the NFL's biggest players, and you know i. read a good take somewhere that I thought it was really that Patrick Mahomes kind of pushing it over the edge a little bit because if you have the league's most transcendent superstar player, the superstar MVP of the League You know saying this you've you're Kinda left as a league with no choice, but to back him, and to get behind him and so I. Think it's It's an interesting situation where I still don't know and I question the genuine nature of everything that the league does, but I think it's a credit to. To the players that they've put the league in a position where they have to back their players, and I think that that's it's better than nothing, right? It's certainly better than we've had for the last four years. Absolutely Connor I. Think you're right. They basically put the League in a position where they can't afford not to back their players, which is strange thing to say right because the players are what makes the, league but to this point, the owners have and the League by extension have aligned themselves with these mysterious business interests that they say would have tanked. Had they supported Colin Kaepernick or the rights of the players to peacefully protest, so it's definitely a important shift. But I think what's going to be interesting in the months to come. Connor is how the? React and how the owners respond. We heard a lot from unnamed friends of Goodell over the weekend, saying that this was closer to Goodell's actual beliefs, and that he finally had the fortitude to. Stand up to the owners after two successful as he knew, he was on solid ground, thought that was sort of a flawed argument, because this was really what your beliefs are, and you're in this leadership role than you should have espoused those sooner, but it reflects the influence that the owners on the NFL and the direction of the NFL and I thought it was notable, you know. Comments resurface this week. I I read an article from February saints owner Gale Benson. She had recently a couple months ago. Talked about the her her. Displeasure with players kneeling for the anthem and the town and country magazine piece it says when San Francisco Forty niners. quarterback Colin Kaepernick set off a firestorm by kneeling during the national anthem during games and other players followed suit. Gale, representing an ailing Tom in two thousand, sixteen cornered NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. We were getting ready to start the meeting. She recalls. I said Roger You need to tell these owners at their players will not neil. That's all you have to do so I. Think her viewpoint is one. That's Pretty Representative League league-wide. It's why Colin. Kaepernick wasn't signed. And it's y the peaceful protests during the anthem became more about the active kneeling than about what they were actually protesting against police brutality against racial injustice. The owners are the ones who choose whether or not to hire players. The owners are the ones that pick head coaches. They pick Hetero. Pick general manager so. The players have really forced the issue and they're the ones that make the league, but the owners are the ones that control the financial strings and. Control a lot of the direction of the League, on some of these issues, and so I think it'll be interesting to see if there will be a shift at the ownership level, which I think is really important. Yeah and there's no running and hiding this year you know. I think that we have recalled in the past twenty sixteen in two, thousand, eighteen, notably that a lot of these owners were political donors and they would always kinda couch. These things as well you know. Business interests I often donate to both parties and Blah Blah Blah and You know, but I think that more clearly if these owners. Owners aren't going to be willing to communicate with their players. beyond that. You know whatever that Gen- general statement that they're all going to release at one point or another or they have released with. They're going to have to do his face. The decisions from an economic level do you still donate to the the RNC or any of the super pacs that support the president, which are clearly at odds with? What your players majority of your players are are fighting against and so I think it's going to be fascinating, because now more than ever. There's not going to be a way for them to both sides, this and owners like you said are kind of that nebulous top level of all of this, and have been able to put a lot of the pressure that should be coming on them onto everybody else onto goodell onto the league onto the president onto the economy, whatever it is but I think they're finally going to feel that on a personal level, and it's going to be interesting to see what they. They end up doing with this increase in spotlight inattention attention whatever you WANNA, call it absolutely, and this is going to be an especially interesting confluence of a lot of different things at once. Obviously, it's an election year heading into the two thousand and twenty season were going to see players hopefully feel more comfortable, demonstrating peacefully protesting and you know picking up issues that they had seen Colin Kaepernick. Get pushed out of the League for the past. Hopefully that this is opened the way to allow players to have the feel more freedom to do what they want, but yes, it's also going to be a big. Test for the owners, because if you're donating money to president trump to support his re-election, you can't do that on one hand, and then also say that your anti-racists or that you're supporting your players as they protest racial injustice and work to change the systemic structures in our country that have allowed racism to persist, so it's really going to be a put up. Up or shut up year, and I think one of the things we're seeing now to is that people are so frustrated and tired of the way things have been in the lack of change that they're willing to call people out more and I think that if we see owners acting in hypocritical ways, we're going to hear more from players speaking out against the. The people who own the team they play for. Yeah. Yeah, there's no. There's no more running and hiding. There's more both sides and you know you hate to ever say you know a good thing that came from something, and I'm not couching it that way, but I think that the current events the energy of what has happened has eliminated that ability for so many of the people to just stand in the middle and sort of feed off the energy of both sides of the crowd which you know if you go back to some of the biggest civil rights..

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"country magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"country magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Nowhere I'd rather to go no truly so there's an Instagram post you can look at I just posted that town and country magazine spread too because you can spend some time there so I saw this story over the weekend that Martha Stewart's Gardner has spent forty five days in quarantine with her and I thought tell me more about this because first of all he's like a young attractive handsome gardener and I just thought like I wonder if they're getting forest ski he's you know that I don't know you think she's doing it with a gun they're not I'm like well maybe he's maybe he plays for another team if you know what I mean do the research on your own time okay but his name is Ryan McAllister and he is her gardener and I was like wow I wonder what it's like to just be stuck with Martha Stewart and her like palatial estate I'm sorry I wonder what it's like to be stuck with the professional guard I just want to run your fingers through his hair anything's spoon hi I'm up into your okay so this Instagram post on her her feet which says it's a picture of Martha Stewart her gardener hot gardener hot gardener her driver Carlos and our housekeeper Elvira six six yep the problem and you want to watch this is on fire I do what so the the caption is you have all been asking what my quote detainees look like left to right driver Carlos Nuno notices baby Martha Rita he has a baby Margarita but they call it a Martha Rita they're drinking margaritas funny how secure Iverson at step yet all housekeeper Elvira yeah of course Ryan McAllister with our POM wonderful margaritas enjoying dinner number forty seven because they've all been living together for forty seven days the woman is warranty and with her show for her her made and hot Gardner what else do you need she's a D. I'm still she like he's making the best food legs really think she's spending all day cooking just living the life man my gosh prison was good remember this I'm sorry being flip but then I spent a bunch of time looking on his Instagram account and like just the then I thought god just what it would be like to be a famous person's do were you know like I'm sure you look I'm sure it's not all amazing probably a lot of work so start there yeah but look at here I'm gonna give you his whole outlook I'm on it already I am seeing is like posting Ryan McAllister all right he says his cats he's got a little more he's got the perfect there's a lady here in one photo on it in one photo you guys he has a Dolly Parton teacher I'm just saying your chances are not good I don't care it's like that's life man you just pine away for things that will never put him back Bradley come back to life sorry he grows parsnips look so he grows don't like as a person who likes to cook my dream would be to have yeah I do he comes in with a basket full of goodies like the bounty for that day and then she magic makes it into like and then you also need down you sit down for a nice rustic loaf seven you know lamb chops or something I don't know I'm digging it that's the life I was living for about twenty minutes on Sunday as I was scrolling through these people's lives thinking this this is what I would want to be in a fantasy world will need to and here's the thing like she can live completely off the grid Martha Stewart is.

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"country magazine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Trump gave the Queen a silver and silk, poppy broach from Tiffany, and company in a custom would White House jewelry box the poppy symbolizes remembrance for those who died in World War, One, though, the White House could have chosen a gift for the seventy fifth anniversary of d day on Thursday. It might have done it for that reason. Which, you know is is. Tomorrow. Prince Philip the husband of the Queen, who's not doing well, these people remarkable long Jedi nevertheless, but Prince Philip not doing well. He got a personalized Air Force One jacket as well as the first addition signed copy of World War, Two aviator, James doolittle's autobiography. I could never be so lucky again, the presence pointed to the fact that Prince Philip was a pilot and served in World War Two and according to town and country magazine the official gift exchanges require consultation with the State Department. The first lady's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham told CNN Milania was very involved with the gift selection alongside the State Department. So I wanted to get all of that straight. Now we heard earlier from Pelosi. In the first hour busy broadcast today. Pelosi of her weekly press briefing had to yet again, appeal to he base voters and democrat party to back down on impeachment. That it isn't going to happen. She's told over and over again. Look, if we impeach and he's not convicted is in essence proclaimed innocent, not guilty. We can't do that. We, we can't have the president, judge to be not guilty going into the twenty twenty election. We all know he is apparently it didn't work. So she had to go out there today, and she literally told the press as a means of getting voters, look, a lot of people and I thought this to fifty years ago. A lot of people think impeachment means you're gone, but it doesn't doesn't mean you're gone, just because you're impeach doesn't mean impeachment is like like an indictment. Your charge qs, yet be convicted and it doesn't mean that he's gone. I can't if press enough that just because he's impeach doesn't mean I'm sitting here laughing himself, so because she's probably right? The dwindling brain cells being eaten away by the hatred of poison the poison of hatred in her base voters mind. Probably do think that impeachment means he's gone. And, and some of them we had a caller suggested. It's probably right that a significant number of people think that if Trump's impeach that makes Hillary president, I, I wouldn't be surprised at all. If a bunch of voters think that well along the same lines from the Washington Examiner. Democrats' plan Capitol Hill event put Trump's mental health under fire. The Democrats are planning to host a Capitol Hill event, featuring psychiatrists who will warn the audience that President Trump is unfit for office, based on his mental health, the event will be held by Dr brandy Lee, Yale school of medicine, psychiatrist and editor of the dangerous. Case of Donald Trump. It's a book. On. That argues psychiatrists have a responsibility to warn the public when a president is dangerous. So she's written this book, the dangerous case, Trump, we shrinks, we have a duty to warn the public when Trump is unfit. So they're actually going to a rally. They're going to do doctor, Dr brandy Lee who can he probably thinks is a golfer..

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"country magazine" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"That fabric was patented in nineteen sixty five it's softer than the original go yard dean, which allow the company to expand its range of products that are offered. But they specialize, the thing that they do is customization you can get your back personalized by go. You're artisan who had paints a monogram, and your choice of striping, this, of course, cost a little bit more. But at that point, if you're going to spend that much on a bag, you might as well, go ahead and get a monogram go yard does Todd special orders. The company shared statements about this part of the business with town and country magazine. And it twenty seventeen article quote we start with an in depth interview of the customer. So as to fully understand their vision and expectations followed by a very precise. Watercolor sketch of the future peace. There are a few very famous customisations of their bags one, a writing trunk for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, that would allow him to write comfortably wherever he traveled. He's the Sherlock Holmes guy, so cool and a nine hundred twenty five trunk made for Coco Chanel by her lover, Hugh Grosvenor. The second Duke of Westminster, who later divorced, his wife to proposed are and Coco Chanel start down side note that its own drama. Yes. Cocoa. Oh, as for recent special orders, the sky is still the limit, but it has to be within reason. For instance, go Yar told town and country it didn't make truck that would hold a TV for customer, but it did shoes.

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"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"That threats that are managed well lead to Iraqis. Hours you need to be aware of the threat, and you need to have a plan to deal with it. You're already miles ahead of anybody else. You know, the hasn't looked at flying in that way. And I think it's potentially really helpful for flying community. If we think of our flight terms of threats in areas as we fly, basically defensive flying. But it gives you something to focus on now. I like the second p the planned and preparation, you know, I I think that you know, what the launch example that we used that that could be one where what if you're totally on that day you've done all your checklists. You've nailed it you walk up the launch. And you have Rick Zena moment, you know, really good pilot. So let's let's in with what listen with him. You know, what Robyn I talked about with the plucking in that kind of thing is that you know, if you walk up to launch in. You're not sure you've got those moves in those conditions than. You probably don't have them. You know, you haven't done enough training evident enough ground handling. You don't have the, you know, you're not confident enough that you can handle the big gusts that are coming through. And that and that's your threat assessment you've done the threat assessment. And you're you're not there. So you know, you're not gonna have the surprise. You're not gonna have the pluck because you're not gonna fly avoid it. Or you you do you have done the preparation, you're not gonna get pluck because you really good at high wind launching. So let's talk about Rick. And then we'll end it there. Sure. Yeah. Great example. I'm Rick Zena. I'm sure you all know is next pilot, and he was flying in Manila, just recently and an video of a dust devil that the pluck them in took him for for a ride when viral, and it was just as Lang amazing the watch. And I would say that that classifies is incident wasn't an accident. But it was an incident and like any every accident in incident happens whether happens to you or a friend of yours it needs to be looked at. I think. It needs to be pushed through this threat near management model. So that we can identify threats and uncover the Air's. So that we all know what happened in why they happened. So that we can all come up with a plan to deal with them in the future, and this right up in cross country magazine did just that it was just perfect really good. They were talking about dust devils. They talked about how they happen where they happen. The the gave us background on it background information. So that we understood them then they talked about where they can happen. If you're in a place like that like, a they were they were in the of some light flow, which is where dusty to spawn. So they say if you're in an area where the dust devils of possible you need to be aware of that in too. Yeah. You need to have a discussion with your with your flying partners. Look we're in an area where dust devils could happen. And if they do this is the plan and first thing is to communicate that somebody sees one. They let everybody else know as quickly as possible in the they have a plan. They take action, and they talked about the best things that you can do if you do have a dust devil is need to grab those wings. And don't don't just jump on him grabbing end. And then hold that end. So that the wing can't power behold, two ends guess what you're hanging onto something that can take you for a ride and in its somebody's clipped in them as well. I'm so they identified some potential errors in if you do make, you know, if you make one of those years, and you'll be aware of that as you make it, and then you can correct the as need be. So the takeaway I got from that right up. It was really well done is they took. The incident not an accident. But incident, and they they did the front six on it. And they found out what the threat was how you can mitigate the threat if you know if you're encountered with the same thing and in which gives everybody away ahead. So that if they do have doubles in the area, they know what to do. They know how to best managed at threat and prevent something like that from happening again or doing something even worse. And I heard that he went on fly like hundred seventy one hundred eighty K or something. So yeah, that's on hats off ball. I know how to nations that dude is. So that was pretty amazing. So I'm glad that all work down. I'm glad it was an incident not an accident JK. Thanks very much. I really appreciate it super valuable advice and thoughts. Very interesting machine. It thanksgiving. Still. Hope

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"country magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So wherever you live whenever spring happens for you, you probably want to celebrate the first tender vegetables at arrive in your market garden. But what do you do with them? Sally swift talked with America's test kitchen, Ashley more what they've been playing with the test kitchen. He actually good to have you here. Oh, it's so great to be here. Sally, thanks for having me. Hey, you know, we have been charring vegetables over the last couple of years, which have been great and have changed the career of broccoli and cauliflower bring arrives in all these beautiful tender things are coming to market radishes, an asparagus and chives. I'm wondering if you have another approach that we can try. Oh, we absolutely do. And it's a surprising one. It's brazing spring vegetables. Really? Yes. All winter long. We've been cooking these stews and having these tougher cuts of meat, and you don't think of brazing, that's doubles. So tell me what does praising do for vegetables. Well, it cooks it gently cooks it low and slow at it helps to tender is these beautiful delicate vegetables and cook them evenly and at the same rate. So give me an idea for something. I can try. Okay. So you have to try this. This is. Recipe for braised spring vegetables. And essentially what you're doing is. You're making a really flavorful brazing liquid so ours, for instance, has a good amount of extra virgin olive oil and some shallots and red pepper flakes and times breaks, and there's orange zest and lemon zest in there. So already you you're getting the idea that it's a super floral beautiful raising liquid. Broth if you will. And then what you do. Is you staggered the cooking? You stagger. The vegetables because they're delicate and some of them are more hearty, but they all are relatively delicate and they cook at different rates so for this. We have a combination of asparagus radishes and peas, obviously peas are super delicate, and we know that asparagus is a little bit more hearty. But then you have radishes, and those are the hardier of the three so working to start and cook those first so those for a few minutes until really nice and tender, and you can Pierce them with a tip of a paring knife, and then in the Dutch oven he adds some asparagus. Arrogance and the Hispanic is cut into smaller pieces. You're not going to be dealing with big long asparagus spears here. So you're essentially cutting them the same size as the radishes. Exactly. They're a bit bigger. But you want everything to be cooking uniformly cooking at the same rate. And then the recipe finishes by adding some frozen peas and just off heat. You let the peace sit in that covered Dutch oven with all the rest of the vegetables, and they gently cook just for a few minutes until heated through and then that's it the recipe has done. But before you eat you're gonna season it with some salt and pepper and stirring, a good amount of chopped fresh tarragon just bring in that extra floral spraying bright fresh flavor. I can just smell that. With the orange zest, the lemon zest. Good. People don't often eat cooked radishes, and they are delicious. They absolutely are and beautiful in this recipe about yes, they are gorgeous fuchsia pink color. They're they're just breathtaking perfect. So the other spring vegetable that I think a lot of people work with this time of year, artichokes, and you know, I think everyone braces them or steams them. Do you have another approach we roast, artichokes, really tell me how you do that. Okay. So I mean think about it this way when you steamer when you boil artichokes, a lot of that flavor is in the water as opposed to in the artichoke, and you're going to pour that water down the drain. So instead roasting artichokes brings out all of that flavor. And actually keeps it in the artichoke. So the way you do it is you heat your oven to four hundred seventy five degrees. That's pretty hot. That's blasting. Oh, yeah. Blasting. So you're gonna take trimmed artichokes that you've had in you're going to cook the for about twenty five to thirty minutes until they're. Super tender and the best thing about artichokes as that you've got a ton of different types of textures. You've got the stem which gets super soft and buttery you've got the heart, which is just the most amazing thing in the world. And then you've got those leaves. Oh my goodness. The flesh of those leaves that you get to drag your teeth long and scrape into your mouth, there's just nothing better than a well cooked artichoke that just sounds great. I never would roasted on that's a great idea, and they get crusty and Brown then to at that beautiful chestnut Brown color from the roasting in the Carmel ization of everything. It's just such a great way to cook. All right. We're brazing and then blasting phrasing. Thanks ashleigh. Thank you. Ashley Moore is an associate editor cooks country magazine. You can find that recipe for braised spring vegetables at splendid table that Oregon. I definitely don't want to mess with the recipe. But if you're in a part of the country where asparagus is long gone in my head. I can just taste that same dish. Zucchini instead of the asparagus. And I think it'd be terrific. So check it out..

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"country magazine" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Pocket grabs iphone this is from G Q, but will roar can occasional member of lost JABA tos, a del Paso sandlot. Baseball team looked pathetic. His first two at bats. Last Sunday at the longtime a diamond Austin, Texas, both were strikeouts. The I was on three pitches. Here's more from G Q standing in the shade with Mesnier his campaign minivan after the event over orchid knowledge, the tough road ahead while noting that much good had already been done. Here's town and country magazine, just after he was elected to congress in two thousand twelve but orc was at a bar in Cambridge Massachusetts with several other newly-elected Powell's he's a kitty esque long shot at a roiling red state democrat from Texas just might have a chance of unseating Ted Cruz the New York Times operating onto our sleep. But oh, a Rourke was twenty hours into his day and looked at his white shirt and grace lacks an accordion of wrinkles his hair flicked with gray drooped forehead and small dark rings had formed under his is it goes on and on all of this coverage Hagi. Graphic coverage. Now, the as Logan says the all time goat the greatest of all time. This is from time magazine, this time magazines profile of Biddle work on a dusty road in south western Texas, Bidwill, Rourke leans out the window of the Ford, Expedition, he's driving and mutters you gonna let me pass you state police. He speeds ahead of the cruiser while chewing an NBA NADA and overwrought victory would be one of the biggest upsets of the Trump era. I mean, this is all the press coverage eight never got anything critical. You've gotta you gotta you gotta make the Republicans were outraged over the media never bothering to report that Betto Aurora was head on collision drunk and ran away from the scene of the crime and got his dad a judge strings to get him out of trouble there. Republicans to force the media to cover that. And they did so begrudgingly Republican say we're not covering this. So here it is. But we love better. Oh in so Nelson Lee, you've got this. I mean, here's A C a democratic CNN contributor kind of left a light footprint when he was in congress didn't really do much. He talked about that. I think in the Vanity Fair article centrally said, well, they weren't into my majority so difficult to get things done. He was just a you know, sort of backbencher congressman so so he doesn't have much of a legislative record of air. But that was I think fascinating to see share Brown's a reaction there. You have had much more reaction to the prospect of Biden, for instance, getting in because he has such a long relationship with folks on the hill there. I think it also does get it sort of like what is beta or wards org. Yamin for why he should be president one of the things he says that he can bring people together. He's a good listener. If you look at that Vanity Fair article at the lot about him. It's a lot about how he is. So. Kind of energize by the crowd there. And in the masses of people he's able to gather there. I think you have a field. That is a lot of experience, folks. People in the Senate people have a lot of accomplishment, people know policy, really, well, and so van is have to be something that I think Obata or walks on as he walks his way through this race through this primary other word, she's the couplets. They're finally saying he's unaccomplished. They're finally admitting it after all the Billy up against takers. No, they kept referencing Chirad Brel. What is your say? Remember shrub Brown? He is a Senator from Ohio democrat progressive, but deeply connected to blue collar workers. A lot of people were disappointed. He didn't run and he's not running because he wants Joe Biden to run listen to Sharad Brown on Beddoe guy who backed Sharada backed Rourke against Ted Cruz. I want to get your reaction to Beto works announcement that he's running for president. Just one more one more one more gets in the race. One more one more, no reaction at all. Unreal. I would have played this full Sharada Brown clip because he goes beyond Bill Rourke and gets to a problem. The Democratic Party has listened to this get your reaction to Beto or works announcement that he's running for president reaction. I just one more one more one more gets in the race bring him in. It'll be an interesting primary fight my goal is to do what I've done all along in that is talk about the dignity of work and encourage my colleagues, I hope that every candidate does what a number of started to do. And that is make the narrow the Democratic Party talking to workers, the betrayal of this president of betrayal workers by this president the phony populism by this president, and I'll continue to talk about honoring and respecting work. It's how you win elections to him. The dignity of work. This is a real contrast between him in like Algericas Cortez, for instance, who believes that we should let the robots takeover. So none of us have to go to work. There's a real dignity and work that a lot of Democrats don't seem to get he does. And the fact that he's championing. This is a big red flag that Chirad Brown realizes Democrats are failing on this message in they are in L center, 'cause Cortez is helping them fail on. This message will get it. I don't know by Biden's about to get in the race though. Now,

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"country magazine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. This is a bad bad Bill. The president should not sign even with Faye declaration of national emergency. Welcome back to the Mark Levin show. Rich the only in for the great one tonight's eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one fellow Levin. Glad you're here. Tonight. Busy busy night. First of all this updated one minute ago this alleged the hate crime in Chicago by a couple of Trump's supporting maga- guys this actor Jesse smaller who claimed he was beat up. They tried to Lynch him there. Bleaching his face, and they yelled, this is magazine country magazine make America great again. Well, people on the left came out and called it a hate crime and said this is Trump's America Cory Booker count grandstand. Geles I call me grandstanded as usual having another Spartacus moment, and it turns out a fog as he as we call it here in jersey, Chicago police confirmed Thursday that detectives you're talking to two persons of interest in connection with the alleged attack on empire actor Jesse smell it. Multiple sources have told ABC seven eyewitness news that police are investigating whether smell it and the two men stage via attack allegedly because small it was being written off of the show empire. A source familiar with the investigation told the ABC I team failed to appear for an interview with detectives earlier today. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson contacted ABC seven to say they are continuing to treat him as a victim. And the investigation remains ongoing. Small released a statement Thursday evening saying quote today, Jesse did answer routine. Follow up questions for Chicago police department and continues to cooperate. His Representative says he's not being written off empire. Twentieth Century, Fox has released a statement saying the idea that Jesse smollet has been or would be written off of empire is patently ridiculous. Here remains a core player on this very successful series. And we can send you stand behind him. Of course. Nobody's actually coming out and saying that the idea that he would have staged this is ridiculous. Nobody's saying that at all the law enforcement official told ABC news at the homes of the persons of interest rate Wednesday night, police removed shoes electronic devices and other items. They believe could help them determine if the people played any role in the assault from those homes. One of the two by the way has appeared on the show empire. Chicago police said they cannot confirm any of those reports no charges have been filed. Earlier police said two persons of interest or not suspects and have not been charged. Investigators are only talking with them at this time. The two were picked up Wednesday night at O'Hare international airport. Smell. It said he was attacked around two AM on January twenty ninth in the three hundred block of east north Walter street and Chicago's Streeter Ville neighborhood. He told police to mass men Saturday, homophobic, slow homophobic, slur at him attacked him. Put a rope around his neck and port a liquid on him that smells like bleach and yelled, this is mega country. He's thirty six he's black and openly gay that's from the ABC news report. And by the way, it goes on Twitter and trashes Trump all the time all the time. So now, let's understand what he was alleging. Now, it's negative seventy degrees in Chicago, two AM on January twenty ninth and a couple of guys walking around. We're just waiting for the opportunity now to attack him put a noose around him throw bleach and his face beat them up. And you this is mega country to AM on the streets of Chicago, the least maga- country place probably on earth, by the way. And Chicago are supposed to believe that. And again, I checked the the hate crime handbook during the break, and they always say, you gotta wait till at least it's about fifteen degrees. Thirty degrees like that never below seventy negative seventy. It's just the wrong time to do it. You know what I mean? It's a terrible time to do a hate crime. So there's that there's that. Usually hate crimes are done in the daytime, and well, actually really rarely done. That's part of it. Like these receipts that are written these fake receipts. I'm not tipping you. Because I hate you because you're an immigrant and these things always turn out to be fake. Here's the reality. People who are racist. Don't write it on notes under seats. They just don't do that stuff because they probably don't go to a restaurant. That's a Mexican restaurant in the first place. They also people who are looking to beat up Jesse small on the streets to yell homophobic slurs at him. And then. Yeah, this is Meghan country. Don't do that either. Because well, if you're a maga- person, you probably have to get up for work the next day. You also have a brain. So you're not going out when it's negative seventy. And I'll say this point two they had come up with this phony note that he says he received in the mail, which looks like my four year old wrote it. Hey, Patrick, Jimmy favorite. Can you write that note when poor like stick figures on there? And then we'll send that to him. And we'll we'll say it's like that. It's like a ransom note written by the son of Sam. But, but, but but but by a three year old, you know, what I mean? Anyway, this is a little montage of all of the the left and the media who had blamed Trump declared this to be a symptom of Trump's America. Beaten with a noose around his neck and hospitalized empire's star. Jussie smollet was the victim of a vicious racist and homophobic attacks his attackers hurled, racial and.

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"country magazine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"One three eight one one fellow Lavigne nights. Glad you're here. Tonight. Busy busy night. First of all this updated one minute ago this alleged a hate crime in Chicago by a couple of Trump's supporting maga- guys this actor Jesse smaller who claimed he was beat up. They tried to Lynch him through bleach in his face and the yelled, this is mega country magazine. Make America great again. Well, whole bunch of people on the left came out and called it a hate crime and said the Trump's America Cory Booker camp grandstand as I call me grandstanded as usual having another Spartak his moment. And it turns out the whole thing. Things have a as as we call it here in jersey, Chicago police confirmed Thursday that detectives are talking to two persons of interest in connection with the alleged attack on empire actor Jesse smell it. Multiple sources have told ABC seven eyewitness news that police are investigating whether smell it and the two men staged the attack allegedly because small it was being written off of the show empire. A source familiar with the investigation told the ABC I team that smell it failed to appear for an interview with detectives earlier today. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson contacted ABC seven to say they are continuing to treat him as a victim. And the investigation remains ongoing. Smell it released. A statement Thursday evening saying quote today, Jesse did answer routine questions for Chicago police department and continues to cooperate. His Representative says he's not being written off empire. Twentieth Century, Fox has released a statement saying the idea that Jesse Smallwood has been or would be written off of empire is patently ridiculous. Here remains a core player on this very successful series. And we can send you stand behind him. Of course, nobody is actually coming out and saying that the idea that he would have staged this is ridiculous. Nobody's saying that at all the law enforcement official told ABC news, the homes of the persons of interest were raided Wednesday night police removed shoes electronic devices and other items. They believe could help them determine if two people played any role in the assault from those homes. One of the two by the way has appeared on the show empire. Chicago police say they cannot confirm any of those reports no charges have been filed. Earlier police said two persons of interest are not suspects and have not been charged. Investigators are only talking with them at this time. The two were picked up Wednesday night at O'Hare international airport. Small at said he was tacked around two AM on January twenty ninth in the three hundred block of east north Walter street in Chicago's street Ville neighborhood, he told police to mass men shattered, a homophobic, slow homophobic, slur at him attacked him. Put a rope around his neck and port a liquid on him that smelled like bleach and yelled, this is mega country. He's thirty six he's black and openly gay that's from the ABC news report. And by the way, it goes on Twitter and trashes Trump all the time all the time. So now, let's understand what he was alleging. Now, it's negative seventy degrees in Chicago, two AM on January twenty ninth and a couple of guys walking around just waiting for the opportunity now to attack him put a noose around him throw bleach in his face beat him up and yell. This is mega country to AM on the streets of Chicago, the least maga- country place probably on earth, by the way. And Chicago we're supposed to believe that. And again, you know, I check the the hate crime handbook during the break, and they always say, you gotta wait till at least it's about fifteen degrees. Thirty degrees like that never below seventy negative seventy. It's just the wrong time to do it. You know what I mean? It's a terrible time to do a hate crime. So there's that there's that. Usually hate crimes are done in the daytime, and well, actually really rarely done. That's part of it. It's like these receipts. That are written these fake receipts. I'm not tipping you. Because I hate you because you're an immigrant and. Emme things always turn out to be fake. Here's the reality. People who are racist. Don't write it on notes seats. They just don't do that stuff because they probably don't go to a restaurant. That's a Mexican restaurant in the first place. They also people who are looking to beat up Jesse small on the streets to yell homophobic slurs at him, and then yell this is mega country. Don't do that either. Because well, if you're a maga- person, you probably have to get up for work the next day, you also have a brain. So you're not going out when it's negative seventy and I'll say this point two they had come up with this phony note that he says he received in the mail, which looks like my four year old rotate. So like I said to him. Hey, Patrick, Jimmy favorite. Can you write that note when poor like stick figures on there? And then we'll send that to him. And we'll we'll say it's like that. It's like a ransom note written by the son of Sam. But, but, but but but by three year old you know, what I mean? Anyway, this is a little montage of all of the the left and the media who had blamed Trump declared this to be a symptom of Trump's America. Beaten with a noose around his neck and hospitalized empire's star. Jussie smollet was the victim of a vicious racist and homophobic attacks his attackers hurled racial, and.

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"country magazine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Now broadcasting from the underground command post. Bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. This is a bad bad Bill. The president should not sign even with Faye declaration of national emergency. Welcome back to the Mark Levin show. Rich Zoli in for the great one tonight. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one fellow Lavigne nights. Glad you're here. Tonight. Busy busy night. First of all this updated one minute ago this alleged a hate crime in Chicago by a couple of Trump's supporting mega guys this actor jussie smaller who claimed he was beat up. They tried to Lynch him through bleaching his face, and they yelled, this is mega country magazine. Make America great again. Well, oil bunch of people on the left came out and called it a hate crime and said this is Trump's America Cory Booker count grandstand. July's I call me grandstanded as usual having another Spartacus moment, and it turns out a forgave as we call it here in jersey, Chicago police confirmed Thursday that detectives you're talking to two persons of interest in connection with the alleged attack on empire actor Jesse smollet. Multiple sources have told ABC seven eyewitness news that police are investigating whether smell it and the two men stage be attack allegedly because small it was being written off of the show empire. A source familiar with the investigation told the ABC I team that's smell it failed to appear for an interview with detectives earlier today. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson contacted ABC seven to say they are continuing to treat him as a victim. And the investigation remains ongoing. Smell it released. A statement Thursday evening saying quote today, Jesse did answer routine. Follow questions for Chicago police department and continues to cooperate. His Representative says he's not being written off of empire. Twentieth Century, Fox has released a statement saying the idea that jussie smollet has been or would be written off of empire is patently ridiculous. Here remains a core player on this very successful series. And we can send your Sam behind him. Nobody's actually coming out and saying that the idea that he would have staged this is ridiculous. Nobody's saying that at all the law enforcement official told ABC news at the homes of the persons of interest rate and Wednesday night police removed shoes electronic devices and other items. They believe could help them determine if the two people played any role in the assault from those homes. One of the chew, by the way has appeared on the show empire. Chicago police said they cannot confirm any of those reports no charges have been filed. Earlier police said two persons of interests are not suspects and have not been charged. Investigators are only talking with them at this time that you were picked up Wednesday night at O'Hare international airport. Smell. It said he was tacked around two AM on January twenty ninth in the three hundred block of east north Walter street in Chicago's Streeter Ville neighborhood. He told police two masked men Saturday, homophobic, slow homophobic, slur at him attacked him. Put a rope around his neck and port a liquid on him it, smells like bleach and yelled, this is mega country. He's thirty six he's black and openly gay. That's from the ABC news report. And by the way, it goes on Twitter and trashes Trump all the time all the time. So now, let's understand what he was alleging. Now, it's negative seventy degrees in Chicago, two AM on January twenty ninth and a couple of guys walking around. We're just waiting for the opportunity now to attack him put a noose around him throw bleach in his face beat him up. This is mega country to AM on the streets of Chicago, the least maga- country place probably on earth, by the way. And Chicago supposed to believe that. And again, I check the the hate crime handbook during the break, and they always say, you gotta wait till at least it's about fifteen degrees. You know, thirty degrees like that never below seventy negative seventy. It's just the wrong time to do it. You know what I mean? It's a terrible time to do a hate crime. So there's that there's that. Usually hate crimes are done in the daytime. Well, actually, they're really rarely done. That's part of it. It's like these receipts. That are written these fake receipts. I'm not tipping you. Because I hate you. Because you're an immigrant. Emme things always turn out to be fake. Here's the reality. People who are racist. Don't write it on notes under seats. They just don't do that stuff because they probably don't go to a restaurant. That's a Mexican restaurant in the first place. They also people who are looking to beat up Jesse smaller on the streets to yell homophobic slurs at him. And then. Yeah, this is Meghan country. Don't do that either. Because well, if you're a maga- person, you probably have to get up for work the next day. You also have a brain. So you're not going out when it's negative seventy. And I'll say this point two they come up with this phony note that he says he received in the mail, which looks like my four year old wrote it it's like I said, hey, Patrick, Jimmy favorite. Can you write that note when poor like stick figures on there? And then we'll send that to him. And we'll we'll say it's like that. It's like a ransom note written by the son of Sam. But, but, but but but by a three year old, you know, what I mean? Anyway, this is a little montage of all of the the left and the media who had blamed Trump declared this to be a symptom of Trump's America. Beaten with a noose around his neck and hospitalized empire's star. Jussie smollet was the victim of a vicious.

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"country magazine" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"country magazine" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Everybody is DJ envy. Angela. Ye Shelby Nagai. We oughta breakfast club. Let's get some front page. News is cold outside. I just want to tell anybody give yourself extra time a lot of schools. Opening late is nasty. Mike, my go to school got cancer this castle. Rarely yes, sir. They sent me. A text message on the way he already had are not going today. Anyway, 'cause it's like a bunch of kids at our school got the flu. Like, literally like, everybody's thirteen kids home because of the flu staying home the rest of my daughter had the flu. And we actually didn't know we just thought she was sick. She wasn't eating and we took it to the hospital, and they said she actually was coming off of the flu. So we were very lucky. So it works out for she won't be missing. They cancelled. There you go. Well, let's get front page news. Well, we talk. Well, we were talking about the weather as you said it is freezing outside extreme weather. If you have a flight some flights have been cancelled said there's about twenty seven hundred flights that were canceled. A lot of them were going in and out of Chicago airports, even Amtrak's now going to Chicago right now, they're saying no weather, so extreme in Chicago. Now, this weather is going to affect so much of our population. Seventy two percent of the continental US population. We'll see those temperatures JAT below freezing over the next few days. So that affects a lot of us. We said the weather so bad, even the US postal service is not going to be going out as well. So just make sure you check your flights. I know people have flying to Atlanta just make sure if you've got a flight how's your flight, so far it's fine. Yeah. So far, so good. I'm leaving today. So negative negative seventy degrees. Hilly I don't wanna know. Wait, you said you'd get I bite in just minutes. So in a lot of places just make sure you are bundled that keep your hands bundled up. Yeah. Your feet your ears. Everything gotta show in Denver. It was negative fifty. And you couldn't breathe walk new couldn't breathe felt like you. Your breath was frozen. Every time you like it was I don't I'm not a smoker. But I I would take it as somebody that smoked a lot and just ran up the stairs and really can catch their breath. And they got they got to be a different level of shrinkage right by very check. I wasn't thinking about my shrink everything about your shrinkage, bro. I'm just saying I got to be very I'm not thinking about my penis. Now, let's think about Jesse smell. This was so sad from empire. And he's openly gay also pays a gay character on the show empire. And according to sources they're saying that he was going down to get a sandwich where he was hungry. And that's when he was brutally attacked now this attack happened by according to police, the police department in Chicago, they said that he was going to go out, and they were yelling homophobic, slurs at him. They recognize him from empire. They had a maga- hats on screen. This is mega country magazine accident with wearing ski masks, and they was they said this country. This is what they were screaming at him that and they got a gay slur. Obviously preplanned empire. Obviously preplanned they were waiting for him, which is so sad because they put a rope around his neck who carries bleach with who walks around with bleach on me like nobody walks around with bleach. Walk around with a noose. That's what I'm saying. They were probably waiting on preplanned. But he said he had just landed though, see just landed with the subway at like two in the morning. We met his house maybe wearing ski masks. Getting all kinds of death threats and letters saying you will die black gay slur word and that letter was sent eight days ago to the FOX studios in Chicago. Now here is what Daniel tattoo say Jesse. You are my son didn't deserve. Anybody deserves to have a news put around your neck bleach thrown on you to be called die, or whatever they said to you. It starts at home. We have to love each other, regardless of what sexual orientation we are. And no racist can come in. And do the things that they did to you. Hold your head up. Jesse is just another day in America days two thousand nine hundred stories on unbelievable especially being. Country now in the south. I would say sounds about right with hate crimes have been on the rise in most major cities that just sounds like something you'd see in a movie on TV show, but sadly life, so I'm sending positive energy to Jesse. And I hope the people who did that to you get shot. Her. Well, that is your front page news. And we'll be talking more about it this morning and letting you know any details that we might have to give us more information on who these disgusting people were that would do something like this shelter. The OJ Steve Harvey Steve Harvey. He said we which rubber and whatever you want to do we going to do. How you won't take you whatever you wanna do. We could do talk to my guy Steve a couple.

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Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx 'wrestle in the sand' to debunk breakup rumors

Colleen and Bradley

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx 'wrestle in the sand' to debunk breakup rumors

"Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson in an upcoming movie about the women of Fox News she. Would be joining Shirley surround who attached to star as making Kelly in this movie the movie is being described as an unsolvable with Roger Ailes, and others who were involved at Fox News during. His reign said to be mayor played major players in this movie. And other characters. Most likely will include credit van Susteren Rupert Murdoch and Bill o'riley this'll be interesting What is this going to be on this is going to be. A theatrical release I guess I didn't realize that I just. Assumed made for TV movie no this is going to, be, on the big screen if it is the studio that? Is making the dictator movies starring Christian bale Oh my gosh we'll go and. Google Christian bale is Dick Cheney have that. Fun experience okay Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones teenage daughter apparently had. No, idea Michael Douglas was famous when she was younger. She's telling town and country magazine I thought my dad was, a pancake maker What yeah what when she was three probably when. She was little because. Michael. Douglas superstar of film TV's every kid though you think like you. Don't know what they do if you ask, what are your parents I don't. Know they just go play telling me exactly Well now she did grow up in Bermuda which is far away, from New York and l.. A., and she did have an adjustment period, that, must've been rough, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx really want. You to, know that they're still definitely a thing whether an, exclusive cover and the photo spread in the, latest issue of us weekly Katie Holmes. And Jamie Foxx well they're oblivious. To? Onlookers. And photographers via yeah they, played volleyball wrestled in the sand like you do and yes they even shared a passionate kiss in, these photographs then a totally random. Beachgoer tells us, weekly they were totally? Engaged with each. Other they were never on their phones She had an incredible smile. On her face she looked smitten Wow that's almost like it's too good to be. True you think All right.

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Magazine apologises to Monica Lewinsky for 'disinvitation' to event

24 Hour News

01:03 min | 4 years ago

Magazine apologises to Monica Lewinsky for 'disinvitation' to event

"Employee of the cable tv company optimum arrived in a bucket truck to work on the cable what set off the dispute between him and a fifty nine year old woman is not known but it made her angry enough to turn off his truck when he was up in the bucket leaving him no way to get down police told the record of north jersey that she took utility property before walking away she's been charged with harassment and false imprisonment among other charges no names were released warren levinson new york monica lewinsky says she was disinvited to an event by town and country magazine because former president bill clinton was attending clinton had an affair with lewinsky in nineteen ninety eight when she was a white house intern the magazines apologized saying in a tweet it regretted the way the the situation was handled town and country held its annual philanthropy summit in new york city on wednesday lewinsky said on twitter her invitation was rescinded after she'd accepted because clinton decided to attend and she said manners expert emily post would not approve welcome to total wine and more my boy gets all of this beer out of the way.

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