29 Burst results for "Cran"

Boycott Ben & Jerry's and Unilever

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 10 months ago

Boycott Ben & Jerry's and Unilever

"Should be Out of business. New Jersey Mayor Blast again The daily Mail, not The New York Times, not the Washington Post. New Jersey Mayor blast Ben and Jerry's virtue, signaling pro Palestinian stance and S How come you still selling China, Saudi Arabia and Syria if you care about human rights. The company released a statement in July 19 that's selling ice cream and occupied Palestinian territory. It's called Judean Samaria. You might want to check the Bible, you Was inconsistent with our values. The ice cream maker is owned by British consumer goods conglomerate Unilever. Which has its U. S headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Mayor Mario Cran, Jack. This is a good man. That town's mayor sent a letter about the ice cream makers decision on Monday to Unilever. He called Ben and Jerry's decision virtue, signaling and question while still sounds, I screamed other countries with appalling human rights records. A spokesperson for the mayor described the letter to the daily mail dot com is threatening legal recourse against Unilever. And that's spelled you and I. L E V E R Town officials will be introducing a resolution regarding the company on Wednesday evening. You should go to your town officials, folks, You should go to your Your county boards, supervisors and others and tell them to do the same thing. That you and they want to boycott Ben and Jerry's and even better Unilever. To the extent you're able to And when you're in a lever As a board meeting in America shareholder meeting. We should show up at that, too.

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Podcast Cover Art Tips

Brands On Brands On Brands

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Podcast Cover Art Tips

"You're podcast cover. Art is the first thing your potential audience will see when choosing your show. That's right this is how they go about deciding at your show is at someone else's show the ability of the arbor to grab the attention of the right people for your show determines the popularity of your show. Our work also conveys. What's your show is about. It tells people this is what you should expect on today's show and contributes to the find ability for future repeat listeners. So for the people that already decided they want to watch your show. The artwork is how they find it. It's how they go quickly sift through all the other shows and say. Oh yeah this is the one. I want to listen to again so this is what we're talking about today. This is why it's so important to think about the design of your podcast cover art and not. Just throw up something quickly. So here's a few lessons go through today. we're going to talk about. What is it that makes your cover art. Stand out to people who are trying to find something for them about. What's it about cover art. That helps people answer the question. Is this for me and also isn't any good so we'll go through some of those ideas but let's let's jump into it first off here cover. Art needs to help show people what your show is about. First and foremost it's all about context. You have to with your artwork in a very quick image in that one thousand by one thousand pixel square which on your phone might be as small as a quarter twenty five cent quarter in that small square. You've got to let people know what the show's about so that if they are looking for something specific you right. If your show is about technology your cover has to convey that with that little square image. It should be able to have a title. That's legible you can read. That says something that says this is a show about technology and it should have imagery that supports that as well that if you just didn't have a chance to read it you just glimpsed at it. You have a sense of the type of show. You're listening to. That's context and clarity as well clarity. Meaning that with that image. You should be very clear on what the show's not be about in other words if it's a tech show and you have it in the title but you suddenly have a bunch of baseball Imagery or something like that. Which is something. I've talked about with clients before though it might be a good idea in terms of how the style your style might be in the fundings. You wanna bring personality wise to the show. It's confusing to your audience. They don't know if the baseball show or tech show. Or if it's about tech within baseball like the simple things you do can be confusing so making sure you have clarity of message in the images you use as well as in your words using your title is important so number one you have to be able to convey what's it about what's your show about. That's number one thing that you're covering to number two thing. You have to answer the question. Is this show for me. So for example and your cover art if you have like we said tech show but that tech show is for beginners versus advanced. That needs be conveyed. You can use the word for beginners. You can do something with the imagery to convey that one of the very popular books out. There is the series of books that says you know such and such for dummies. It could be investing for dummies. It could be technology for dummies or powerpoint for dummies. That series is very effective. Because everyone that sees that that brand in that title knows this is for beginners. This people starting out where we're gonna we're gonna cover the basics. We're gonna understand what it's about so identifying what your show is about in your cover art was number one number two is it has to convey is the show for me because if not i'd rather sign up for the show that is and it's okay if that means you're sending people away because you're saying the wrong people away they're gonna stop listening anyway and they might be a little mad you trick them into listening to your show for you know ten seconds and then they turned it on. This wasn't what i thought it was at all. So you have to. You have to have clarity that not just in which a shows about but also who. It's four so is it for me. Is the second question year coverage at answer. Another example of this is sometimes. It's not just for beginners or experts. Sometimes it's for a specific group of people like this is for like we have a marketing shows ca. That marketing could be for anybody. But if you say for entrepreneurs. I'm sure those lessons could be applied to anybody. But you know that who you're speaking to when you're talking like i'm specifically can gear all my personality and ideas towards this set of people because that's where i wanna help and though the content might be applicable to everybody the people that you're hoping to have as customers know that you're specifically talking to them and it just helps you with the conversation but conveying that in the cover is something that's gonna help you bring more people in that are exactly for you. Get number three things number one was what's it about two is number three is. Is it any good now as i can imagine. You're probably wondering how is a square image of my show going to convey to people that this show as any good but think about this. If you have to chose to choose from and one shows cover art is an obvious like someone took the phone with a selfie with an iphone or whatever. It isn't a took a selfie of themselves and they just added a label of the texts that says the show title with no other editing. And you compare that to a professionally. Graphically designed show that in other words it had an image was taken by a professional photographer. So it's crisp and well and the lighting and color is correct and the design of the background is well thought about. it has a prominent color palette. It has text that the font was obviously designed in a way that stands out you. Add all these elements together. You're gonna say okay. Well obviously one show was an amateur show and the other one's a professional show you might if you're looking for that kind of ice choose more professional show. Why is that well. Because if you're looking for help with something especially for the expert type shows you're going to be hopefully going to someone who seems like they put this together in a thoughtful way as opposed to a hobby right. There's plenty people start podcasts as hobbies. That's great but that's gonna come through and your imagery and if that's not your intention then you need to think about how my designing the show. The packaging matters just like a book cover for a book if it is just some andrew on it with cran wrote the title out and put it on the bookshelf versus a book that was professionally designed as a cover. People will judge that people will judge the book literally by its cover

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"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

Not A Single Fork

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

"Yeah. I didn't. Even i've never even heard of that. Yeah and that's why johnny license her brother joe. Johns gives me my call. Johnny because we grip together was a little boy. Yeah but yeah. That was all of the lines to have like a song is so you have like a slice of cranberry. You know. I'm now thinking like that. Should kind of weird. But wouldn't it be wouldn't even that be good like a big debris. Oh yes like for the holidays if you did like bates branch even just got that can of well. It's you know we run into this problem with when we do the bay. Are you talking about the crew. Yeah yeah okay. So what happens is it. Melts right and so it doesn't have that pace st quality. You'd have to probably really cook it down and concentrate it. What would work better would be. The dried cranberries on it but served alongside. Yeah it would be great is it just is it's not lumpia. Dull it smoothed out of again. Yeah comes out of a can or if you were you strain threw you know fine-mesh strain and get all of the piel. What is it skin skin. Yeah yeah so you get all the skin out and then smooth. It's a jelly. we really is well. I think if they email you or call you we can keep you guys posted. We'll ask them a couple of questions if they do email. We can ask a couple of questions and we'll let you know maybe on the next one. What their responses. That might be kind of fun. I mean she was super nice and at least at least freak out and she. She is not in a question there. The best question of all the question. We really wanted the every reason. That's what we need to do each time when ask one quick one question. Oh okay we got.

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"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

Not A Single Fork

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

"Year round or are they just at the holidays. Harvested between september to december that. The conditions aren't right them to grow warmer outside. They grow in climates during the rest of the year. You can't buy them in the grocery store. Okay shocking year. Maybe available for that perfect. I was wondering if it was just me. And i just didn't see it in the store the rest of the year or i was like why only see this the so that totally makes sense. Thank you so much. Thank thank you. Thank you youtube by buying shoes sweet. That's interesting. you can freeze them up to a year. yeah. I think. I knew that because mom used to kind of horde crank are you should. Yeah when when they were in the grocery she would buy multiple bags of creek. Only get them and throw them in. What did she say. September through december. Yeah god that's a short period of time. I guess. I mean they're they're not super pricey but they're kind of pricey on maybe that's why yeah. Okay so we were talking before. the podcast. To like cranberries. Are not something again that i grew up with. It's not a common thing for me. And i think for people here like a lot of it is like holiday related jello were the rela. Whatever that stuff's called that you put on the jellied cranberries. What else can you. Because they are really tart. So what else can you do with the cranberry. And they're not super like juicy. Are they like if i popped one. It wouldn't be super. It's kind of more dense isn't it. Yeah because you know. Did you ever string cranberries to put on. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah you can do that or not. Super juicy to cranberries life. Yeah oh my god. I should do that. I should string them from a tree. Because i'm gonna do it. We're dried oranges. Okay cranberries anyway. Do they shrivel up. Though i don't know yeah but it takes a really long time so you can just a needle through and string them. Yeah okay that's why you can buy that like berry garland make sense now. It's just like when people put fucking candles on their christmas in their whole house will catch on the fucking christmas trees catch on fire. Like nobody's business and then people put candles on them. Yes we talked about that long. My god it's still blows my mind every time i about with some it was some Wait what was it. It was a tradition with the the in. The meth is started in the methodist church. Okay i think. I remember the yeah. We'll look it up again. Would catch on fire and their tradition was to light their house on fire. And there you go via the christmas tree okay. So what else can we do with cranberries other than string them and make jello. Well jelly you can find them year. Round dried true. And i liked dried cranberries for like salads salad and we were talking about we recently. When we did our last class we did a pumpkin. Rosetta with dried cranberries and goat cheese. And it was really really good so if you are a cranberry horner can you. Draw your own cranberries. I don't know why not. Just put him in everything like in the oven for hours. Yeah yeah and a lot of people you know have had. They actually own dehydrate too. I don't know how to work. I don't either but you know it's just it's a slow heat. Yeah i mean. I'm assuming because i know that's how you do it in the oven. It's like when you slow roasted tomatoes to fifty and you leave them in there forever for six hours or something. Yeah i mean. It's probably really. Yeah yeah so you did the same with would you have to put him on them like oil or like do you just let them shrivel up it. Just let them shrivel up. I don't know i guess you could. I guess you could put some maybe sugar on or something if you wanted him to be sweeter so but i don't. I don't know that. Just their natural sweetness right comes out when you drive him. I mean that happens with most fruits. But i don't know so could you. Use the fresh cranberries in the rodeo. Or would you rather. Oh no. I don't think i would wanna do that. Yeah okay so anything they also. They're hard they're so hard and they'd be like crunchy. Yeah but i can see make you know i mean i love that that cranberry grun magnier relish. That we may that we do for do for thanksgiving catering's and i think that would be. I mean i think that would be nice as just like a little topper on something. Savory like some brie who that'd be good on a cheese play really good on a choose play like shit and you could put canada and it would save forever. Wouldn't it be like a jelly jelly preserve right. Yeah yeah because it like you said it becomes that gelatin like yeah. i mean. basically is cranberry jelly. Yeah when when you when all you do is mixed sugar and water with it so anything else you can think of to make. Cranberries with or use cranberries four. I mean it's not really a. I mean i've used it for a garnish like when i did the jello shots. They look super cute covered in sugar so those had some simple syrup kind of on them. And then i covered them in sugar and eat a few of those and some of them were really pretty good. Some of them were a little like they are because they are and it's hard to tell which is which because i not a cream very sewer. Yeah well. I don't think it matters really. But what else can you think of. Well i mean. I think that no matter what you're putting in and because i think that they would have a an easy app. I'm not certain easy application but an application to recipes that you could use them like you do other fruits but you just have to add sugar but you were saying earlier to that. They're like full of antioxidants to full of anti-oxidants. I mean that's why people drink cranberry juice when they have utah. Bladder and urinary tract infections. Because they're purifying So so we should drink juice all the time. And maybe have a greyhound yet there you go put some vodka and good. Yeah this win win. You get drunk and purified exactly. Yes i like it. Yeah so what else anything else you want. To add about cranberries. I was kind of interested in. I mean because i kind of assumed that cranberries were just available. We just didn't see him right so i thought that was interesting. To know that really there harvested september through december and. That's it guys. Yeah that's such a quickie that's gotta be. I mean such an interesting. Like and the cranberry bogs with the with the old guy in the guide. Young guys funny commercials. But it's pretty interesting because that's such a short period of time so their business model has to be like i think about it that way like september october numbers so four months i mean obviously like she says you could freeze them so and they make juice out of them you know they make all those different kinds of jesus now right like cranberry like ran. Raza murad all they mix it. Mix it all that and then they make all of their their can't their jellied cranberry which people love and and that's available year round is i was gonna ask you. That isn't it. Yeah yeah yup come by can of that shit all the time. plop carpet. Yeah to people they will follow the lines on the can. Oh to cut it to slice it. Oh yes someone was telling us that yeah very. That was very important to them that it wasn't right if it wasn't your friend your friend. Red amy amy. She say mom no white snow white. Sorry i'm rose right. Yeah did she say her mom used to do that. Yeah.

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"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

Not A Single Fork

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

"Well then it's going to be there for a minute while we talk about. What fleetwood mac or we look up. What fleetwood mac song. I grew up with fleetwood mac. And just. that's not the fucking point. And i understand. Finish the story. i'll show you later. Okay so there say listen to me. Hey so their sales go skyrocketing because like younger people. Don't listen to that kind of stuff. So i had never heard this song. And of course we price thing along too. And so their sales go skyrocketing also. This isn't fucking about fleetwood mac. This is about ocean. spray ocean. Spray gives him a truck because he's drinking a little thing like cranberry juice. Yeah and so they like donate all this shit to him and like by him a vehicle that says ocean spray on it. I'm assuming obviously yeah and like do all this shit because it's basically free advertising for them well so now all these famous people are like redick trying to recreate this. Like tiktok. video of him drinking ocean spray on his skateboard. Okay so yeah. Ocean springs his big boost. And they do. And i just thought it was so cool that they like they they give them more shit than just to trump but like they gave him a fucking vehicle. How cool is that. Yeah that's crazy. It's crazy because they thought well maybe he doesn't have a car that's why he's that's funny me but they got because it went. I know the back story on this guy or anything. Oh my god fucking acting like my mother. This is like trying to play with my family. No i don't know his backstory psychological profile with me. It's his medical records. It's just a tiktok video. Talk radio but because it went viral ocean spray. Got so much publicity. Yeah did they weren't even expecting again. So they gave this guy like super kudos and so i don't know it was just kind of neat. Okay well okay. i'll watch it later. Watch research paper about it. We don't want to go too far. Afield here let's call this number. Ok one five eight five eight nine four six one thousand will see what we we'll see if we get sent to a manager. Yeah but that's okay. That mary list. We got the round the earth and last name of the poor the go hold on. Let me try. It was loud enough and then it went away him for calling. Ocean spray cranberries. After the tone please stapled to earth and last name person or the name of the department you are trying to reach if you are calling with a question or comment about one of our products we say consumer affairs if emergency please say operator consumer affairs consumer of if that correct yes transferring to consumer affairs kind of ocean spray emergency would we have. I don't know why. I didn't say this is an emergency. Please hang up and call nine one. One the cranberry invert says this is an emergency. I'm having help their. This is allison. One of the seven hundred plus farmer owners here at ocean spray. Thanks for your call. The next available agent will be happy to speak with you. Okay well into us and may be monitored or recorded route thrown off totally now. Yeah leno sprays. How can i help you today. Hi kendra my name is candice conley and i am here with my co host. Natalia banjac we have a podcast called not a single fork. That's all about food and cooking and as we go into the holidays. our topic for this episode was cranberries. And so we wanted to give ocean spray a call to get some information. Some additional information about cranberries around the holidays and particularly this time This this year in particular. I guess i should say is that okay can record you for a podcast act. Might be better for you to speak for those who've been with the company for a longer Give me just one moment. If you don't mind. I want to communicate to her during the podcast and keeps. You can take your call. That'd be great just a moment. i'll be right back with you. Thank you jesus. Got that music out loud. Very nice though. I mean that was a normal instead of. Oh no what did i say. Your name where it was kendra. I don't know who's kenda or kendra and it was one of those. You were real close like hello. Mary like you did last time when i was little. David davis barb barb. Okay so let's think about like asking in the same kind of thing like if they seen in different you know with the code. Oh the first thing though. I wanna ask about. You have cranberries all year kind of interested. I don't know. I don't know the answer to that. Want to forget that's loud. Can route your own my ocean spray. And maybe that's from tiktok video. That is not a fleetwood mac song. Now it's could ask about that to me. I mean okay. Wow got even low. It's loud low it's loud. how low can you go. They seem legit though. Yeah so we know so. I know that like drinking. Cranberry juice is good for like bladder infections. Yeah that's very healthy and purifying but it kind of and it has. Antioxidants is that cranberries are has not same link. It has that like dry drives your mouth out is that because of the cranberry juice i'd have like like a dry dry feel. Maybe that's because it's so tar. Yeah we've we never we didn't grow up drinking juices. Mother didn't like juice or fruit for that. I know and especially not for like good. God what did you drink as a kid. Did you drink. Apple juice was guys. Tell us that milk milk water milk. I don't know i don't understand why. Grownups eat milk drink milk. I like milk. No but like it didn't. I'm so sorry we had the we have. The sound turned down because the music was so loud. Hello chief you were still there. So much larger. She wants to let our marketing team. Knows that this is something you wanna do. You typically campbell anytime. Prayers media regarding our project from the cranberries okay. You wouldn't mind leaving your name and phone number. We'll get in contact with marketing and the they should contact you able to be okay. Okay can this conley. Let me ask you this question if we called back in and ask for marketing with that work for mocking okay be able to get you over there. Okay we can just email them and let them know for.

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"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

Not A Single Fork

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"cran" Discussed on Not A Single Fork

"Hello hello. This is not a single for with natalia ban. Jack and candice calmly. We're here we made it another one. I live another one. I liked it. That was like a totally different intro. Up kinda mix it up. Keep people interested so we kind of talked about thanksgiving last time. Did we kind of we did. We beat to shit shit. And so we've got crystals coming up so christmas is chris. And it's like sixty degrees beautiful outside grown everybody off right something like okay. so we're gonna talk about cranberries. Yeah we are. So i know. Like maybe cranberries people think more about for thanksgiving or do people do cranberries for christmas. Well we used to always do the same dinner thanksgiving and christmas. Oh it was exactly. Yeah exactly the same. Until i think there was one year and i don't know maybe it was me. Maybe it was someone else. Do we have to do thanksgiving dinner on christmas. Yeah so that's when we started it up but until then yeah. We had turkey and dressing and mashed potatoes and gravy and cranberry sauce. Okay so what kind of cranberry sauce did you guys have like. Oh yeah oh god yes. Mother mother was huge. Wasn't in the jello stuff she did. Jellied cranberry sauce. Okay because cranberries have so much natural pectin in them that they will gel on the. You don't have to add anything but sugar because you need to add sugar because they're bitter tart tire superstar super sour. You don't wanna just pop one in your mouth. and so it's just her jellied. cranberry sauce was cranberries. Lots of sugar and water. That's it and you and you cook it in the new strain it to get all the the peel off of it and cook it like death. So appeals left's offer like the cranberry until they pop a lie. So that's kind of the number two. Yeah you cook them until they pop okay and then that's why when we do the the cranberry mind grandma relish. That's why we ended up unless we wrap it super tight we ended up with. Cranberry strutted dollar blows everywhere. Because that's what they do because you know they have all that i guess obviously air pressure or something inside and those little round balls and then they get hot and they just explode. Yeah so she would. do that. Strain the cranberries through a very fine mesh stranger and then here was the thing she had all. These cranberry molds. And i have them. They're like you know their specific for cranberry vintage. We're very proud. I've never heard of this. Yeah will you put you. Put them in the cranberry mold. And then you don't refrigerate them because they will not set up if you refrigerate them you put them out in the cold so if you have a garage you were great you know. That was a good thing. If you didn't have fuck i don't know what you did. If you didn't have a garage. I guess on the back padding on the back patio or bird doesn't shit in it. Yeah i don't know what's the cranberry mold and a regular mold is it made out of what's it made out of well moms kind of. I don't know that they work copper. But they looked like kabul. They shapes of like yes. They're always little interesting shapes like fish or sometimes they were like fluted. they looked like a brioche pan. Yeah yeah so. How long did this cranberry extravaganza take for her. To make like was like a days thing no no no no no cranberry. It doesn't take long to cook them. But what takes a long time as for up. So is that days well. It's usually the next day. And then you just plop it out of the little mold and you've got to prayer. It's one of those things where yeah just fish swedish fish so you put hot water in a sink and then just kind of submerged the side so so that it would loosen and then plop it out onto your and these mulji. only use for cranberries. She only used them for cranberries but they could probably be really. Yeah you can. If you may jello you could put jello in them. Probably just jello by those anymore. Oh i'm sure you can at least on ebay. Oh yeah for a million dollars. Yeah you could make money on their their from the four vintage pristine quality. I'm very very proud. I'm sure they're perfect. They are perfect because we discussed. I think we discussed in another episode. We attempted cranberry jello shots. And it just didn't work out because we use the gelato the plane gelatin and cranberry juice and it was Sorry that was my elbow. I just wanna make sure in case it picked up. It wasn't a fart. Pay really on that my elbow on the table. Okay but now while continue your thought. And then i'm gonna tell you what i'm thinking here and then we tried to look for cranberry jello and it was like thirty five dollars a box or some boxes. It was ridiculous so it didn't that didn't work are gelatin experiment. But i'm glad we tried it. It was too thick and not sweet but not a lot of. Here's my thought after we're talking about my mom making cranberry sauce we. We probably just made cranberry sauce and mixed in probably maybe was one of my thinking maybe a cutback on the water and mixing the vodka and then mix involved. Oh yeah and they got gelatin after that after it cooled. I bet that's what we could have done. So maybe we'll try that experiment. So here's my other question about cranberries. Are they around all the time. And i just don't see them or are they just only in the stores at the holidays like i never i. I don't can you buy them all the time you know. I don't. I don't know because you don't see them in the stores probably are. I wouldn't. I don't know why they wouldn't be available. Is it a seasonal thing or they grow them now. So isn't it like all year the cranberry bog. Yeah you were saying about grown though. I mean it's not you can't produce some artificially so is seasonal. Well i it is because other. We don't have them any other time. Well listen we have a we have a kind of maybe possibly have a phone number for. Cranberry ocean spray hotline. So maybe that's a question we can ask them. Oh okay. so let's bring that down. This is gonna give them as extra thing. We're definitely going to try calling them. And before i forget. I wanted to. I'm not gonna share the whole thing with candace. Bet you guys will will look at it later. It's too long to whatever most people if they haven't heard about it then they can look it up. Okay have you heard about the guy. Okay this was a few months ago who i think. I'm in a totally fuck. This story up because i actually haven't even watched it either. I just was told about it. But i was looking up hispanic. Maybe not. maybe he's not hispanic anyway. Just a normal dude. In a hoodie he was cruising down like on his longboard. Like honest like a skateboard on a beautiful sunny like enjoying his day. Yeah any took this tiktok video and it was him like just enjoying the fucking weather and just being a guy out in this fucking skateboard. He was drinking ocean spray. Cranberry juice and he was listening. The music in the background was like fleetwood mac. We makes us tiktok video. It goes fucking viral. Fleetwood mac huge increase in sales. Because it's a song that i can't i don't know why you fucking ask me because i like fleetwood understand too but let me finish my story. That's not the point okay Shit i wanna know what song people we can fucking look at it later. Okay maybe people on the podcast would like to know your real pain in the ass. Well see that's the problem you wouldn't tell me and so this is what happens okay..

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"cran" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"cran" Discussed on Cineflek

"Timer. It's me. Wow. You're you're like you're like the Alec Baldwin to SNL. podcast you just you just? You just keep showing up. It's arguable if I'm welcomed or not people like. Me We don't know yet. We'll have to wait and see we're we're drinking drinking vodka krantz today. All right ED I. I thought it was Kinda. I want to do something a little Christmassy I love vodka Cran's, and I'm being very trendy with my ocean spray with the tick tiktok era of. There you go. Good. Feed.

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Stevie Nicks Joins TikTok and Her First Video Is a Take on the Viral 'Dreams' Challenge

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Stevie Nicks Joins TikTok and Her First Video Is a Take on the Viral 'Dreams' Challenge

"Or heard the last of the viral Dreams. Skateboard Ocean Spray Challenge. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez Stevie Nicks has posted her first ever Tic tac video. It shows the 72 year old lacing up roller skates with a bottle of ocean spray cran raspberry nearby. And Fleetwood Mac's dreams. Playing in the background. Nick Fleetwood posted his own after Nathan Apodaca, Idaho, started the challenge skateboarding to the band's tune and sipping ocean spray juice. Juice company Gifted Nathan, A cranberry red pickup truck Dreams is back on Billboard's Hot 100 for the first time since 1977 Debra Rodriguez CBS News,

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Fleetwood Mac Dreams TikTok Sensation Nathan Apodaca Checks In With Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

04:36 min | 1 year ago

Fleetwood Mac Dreams TikTok Sensation Nathan Apodaca Checks In With Ryan Seacrest

"There he is. Look at that that is the world's famous Nathan APODACA. is now a viral sensation and he is with us. He's sideways on our zoom, but with this morning. Trying to. There you can. See now. So Nathan he is thirty seven. He's a tick tock sensation I often wake up and to beat that myself. But I'm not he is. And so what he did was he goes down looks like the Walker the street gets on a skateboard. He's got some ocean spray cranberry juice right out of the container. Singing fleetwood. Mac. While drinking the cranberry juice and crews and legs having greatest time of all times and it's gone massively. Viral forty, five, million views and counting. Tell. Tell me. What the things that? It's bizarre isn't. So the things that catch on are so random and this is random. Exactly exactly. So did you know what you were doing? No ours is honestly putting out content because you know what I mean I have to keep content out there. So I did put anything Alpha I think it was about. If seemed like a full day but I think it was like maybe. Twelve hours or so but Like I said, I needed to get something out. There is something to where my soldiers could look at. You know something make you laugh at something or something they could just five to because like I said I'm all around it with my Tiktok. Follow me. You can see that I don't dance. I. Don't just I don't just do videos. You know I I. I'm all around with it. You know it's vibe. Now, what made you decide? There are a lot of juices in the world why CRANBERRY JUICE That's just drink I. DRINK YOU WANNA and. That's even. There you guys I but yeah, it's gotta be it's gotTa. Be crasner. You know I love them all out but you know I've tried I've tried a multiple of them. You know and I just I'm stuck on Cran Raspberry showed Nathan who has this viral video which I'm putting up on our site. You can see Nathan up on our sites websites. Works at a potato farm in Idaho. Else is that right? Yeah it's a warehouse, a warehouse. Warehouse, you know potato potato what. What is your favorite kind of potato? There are so many different varieties of potatoes. What are you like? I was at the other day. If it's fast in whatever you know are fast food basically it's gotta be French fries you know what I mean. Took it. then. It's gotTa be a State Mashed Potato I like a so you know what I like to do. I don't know how well we know each other after three minutes but Nathan what I like to do. A Sunday morning as I like to get up and I like to put on my slippers and I like to go make a coffee, and then I like to call my dog Georgia and I'd like to get my car and go to the farmer's market and I like purple potatoes and I SMASH Smash. We're all all colors you know what I mean Y- of course. E But potato equality potato equity, right? Hey Man we stand for so fancy over fifteen thousand dollars in donations. It's more than that because, yes, I've been blessed get in touch with relatives in Idaho he reached out to Gino, my managers and. With that. With donations and everything. I was able to bless my family in those around me with like over I can't even remember but I think it was about fifteen thousand one worth of gifts and little bit extra for me to throw in on a place down me down payment on a place you know what I mean. Yeah hopefully, I'll be. Begin to a house soon. Good your you live, where do you live now? I live in RV in front of my brother's house right on. Okay. Well, listen you have made a lot of people smile and laugh and enjoy it. So keep it up. Mick fleetwood from fleetwood. Mac actually recreated the video over the weekend. On. And he yet direct comment to me. It was awesome. Nice. What your you seem like such a good guy. Thanks for the the smiles and take care of yourself. Okay. Hey, I'm blessed. Thank you. Ryan this is like amazing. You know what I mean. It's your brother. To stay, he's at four to zero dog faced to eight. Just see you know. Yeah it is and you're the one that took that I wanna down you took my handle. At four two, O. Dog Faced Two oh eight tiktok Nathan see about it. They say you too. Thank you.

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"cran" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"cran" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Every day March, demonstrators showed up around 11 PM Shining lights and Solans home, banging on drums, calling for him to come outside and meet with him. He did not. On top of the 20,000 people, The employment Security Department says are still waiting for benefits. Others they're still having to go through the appeals process. CAR radios Nicole Jennings has more mob individuals bring a fight. The unemployment law project estimates that 35,000 people are waiting to get an appeal hearing after having their claims denied. Attorney Andhra Cran slur who works with the claimants says filling out unemployment forms could be challenging, and people are unable to get through to Stu on the phone to ask their questions. You can't really change your answer. If you make a steak. If you don't understand the question, there's not really an easy way to fix it, and it can have really catastrophic harm. The unemployment law project is currently suing SD and gets about 100 phone calls a day from unemployed people who are asking for help. Employment. Security Department has no comment as a nation debates criminal justice reform. Seattle is taking its own action with the launch of a new community court that keeps low level offenders out of jail car radios Hannah Scott has more pretrial release program gives misdemeanor offenders thie option to stay out of jail and have their cases dismissed if they do community service and connect with housing treatment and other services. Help them except the criminal legal system and a better place than when they entered it. Judge Damon studied says those arrested for domestic violence or do you I won't be eligible and you only get four attempts at community court, he says. Locking people up for low level crimes like shoplifting hasn't worked, but this model has another places. Well, we will be tracking yearly recidivism rates are benchmarks are going to be a three years and five years studied, says they also hope it significantly reduce its racial disparities in the criminal justice system. The Seahawks Russell Wilson Speaking out about the recent unrest and protests over racial injustice and police brutality. How do we change that reality? And how do we have hope for a better day? Hope for change in the same car together and drive their Children like Jacob? Just be around? Sleep in their bed like Briana, three out is that this is all over America. This isn't just in one location. And it definitely hits home for me. Wilson was speaking with our sister station. 7 10, ESPN Seattle Whether.

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Houston - Man arrested for murder of Fort Hood soldier who was found dead on the side of the road

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Houston - Man arrested for murder of Fort Hood soldier who was found dead on the side of the road

"It a 1,000,000 bucks for the suspect killing suspected killer of a Fort Hood soldier. Brandon Olivarez, accused of fatally shooting private first cast class Brandon Ross Cran in May, then torching the victim's Jeep Harker Heights. Police say Boulevard has told them that he was the middleman in the sale of a handgun. LeVar is now charged with murder. The price

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"cran" Discussed on Dreas Point of View

Dreas Point of View

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on Dreas Point of View

"At all. Why because I don't me one and I want to be able to bring you. An. Uninterrupted version of Dreyer's point of view that being said as right into this week's topic. What a guys drink order says about him I'm very observant when I go out to restaurants and bars, especially I like to see what a guy order see if there is a common. Thread. Trying to get some info about him, so I decided to do what topic. On what a guy drinks and I did a little research. Which I found interesting and hopefully you will, too. I got most of my information from men's health magazine. And it says okay. I've got a long list. So here we go. For those of you fellows lie to indulge in domestic beer. That's Bud, light or Miller light. It says it's your impulsive and you're easy to get along with. Your pretty comfortable. That's what you order it your go to. As far as a full flavored beer type. Those who drink cores original or Budweiser? It says that you are sensible grounded. And you're smart financially. Especially since those beers are usually the cheapest. For those of you craft beer drinkers. The imported beers balloon. Says that you pay attention to details. Says, you're extroverted. Open minded. And, you're more likely to like that. Show the office. I think I can get with crappier guy. Now for those wine drinkers I, don't know. I. Don't see too many guys wine when I go out. It says that you are sophisticated. Confident. And you're pretty social. You're less likely to take risks. For you, vodka drinkers, I see a Lotta. You guys ordering vodka. It says that you are. Health trendsetters. You like to be in charge. And you care about fashion and you're opinionated. So I might stay away from you guys, but the vodka Cran guys are the life of the Party I see a lot of you ordering that. For those of you who, drink, gin. Says that you tend to be the relationship guys out of the bunch in your family and home. I can get with that. Then yours, you have those who like rum. It says that you are creative. Be Like Jazz and art and your impulsive. I can get with that, too. You have some guys who like whisky. You. Guys are mature and well informed unfortunately, I don't know too many whiskey drinkers. Then you've got those who like. Tequila like myself. It says that your free, spirited and fun. And that's that's pretty much be I'd say. And then last, but not least it talks about you champagne drinkers. It says that you have good expensive taste. And you express your opinion eloquently. which category you fall in. What can you relate to? Hopefully you enjoyed this short podcast as much as I enjoyed bringing it to you. I can be found on social media I G. Three point of view my website. WWW.

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"cran" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on The Know Show

"To me, that was the the the trigger that that got me hooked onto, but also because of the fact that. Both poetry. Is understood like there's a form of poetry in Arabic. Cool. The settlement antenna tenant translates to the impossible simple. Which means is so simple. Impossible to create. Impossible to create a simple poetry. And so that I suppose because it's understood you can paint pictures with it though that the average person any person can to. Get to grips with so of inspired and I think this is where we're so of what we're starving poetry in in mainstream education in in the UK. Pretty everywhere else. Not Not just in the UK. Is just this idea that like you said poetry's. Poetry's reserved for a particular type of thinker. And? So definitely I is a I can see parallels between what you described in New York between. The poetry that was used as resistance in Iraq, for example. So it really I mean it to me. It's almost sounds like a mechanism for resistance yeah. And as he said like that idea of someone, just standing up and starting to. Perform some poetry That's again. Something that that's happening new. Just like let's just do it. That's not think about it. And work on it, and it's just kind of do it and see what happens and see why we can go with it and see what happens to other people. Once you start doing it. Another thing that again, just one of those things that I really want want to just saw is that when you take the inspiration of poetry us where there's no inspiration, there is no poetry, and so when you've taken the inspiration of a child so. Potentially getting this attention and getting you know people like high fiving saint him wild like you're crazy, but that was really good. You know what I mean. It's kind of like I. Think it does take away from poetry and. Perhaps something that could be worked on. And! I suppose I. Suppose there's something that that you know. Technology can help with like you know social media, and that sort of stuff because more people saw seen slam, poetry and star seen these. Forms. Perhaps I mean. I may be wrong, but perhaps this is the the the poetry seem to grow yeah yeah. And even I mean. Things like the the poem that the that viral poem that was performed recently you clap for me now. You know that kind of thing that's that's almost the fact that it's poetry missed and you're saying like. Here's a form of poetry. That's doing so much. And and that's kind of. That's what it is, and that's what it's for. It's a way of kind of seeing the world. And articulation the world in a particular way that moves people without them. Even knowing why that being moved that you'd have to think about think about it. Sometimes you have to kind of work out why feeling the exactly I am. The beauty of this so of That that's the sort of under and like you said many people didn't actually. Pay attention to the fact that it was a poem. So wh what does that. What do you think that? When do you think that comes? Is that is that? Mainly because of the fact that it's a pandemic serious issue, or or do you think is just a like ignorance to poetry general? I think it's because it wasn't written. Or like most the way most people received, it was not in written form, and I think it's I think that's what's really liberating about performed poetry. As you said like whether it's The New York school in the mid sixties, all Iraqi resistance poetry like hearing. It takes away that that need to kind of worry about whether you're getting it right. And just hearing gives you because it's. It's like pre linguistic in the sense that you. Hearing it before you can think about it Whereas reading something you and like we're taught to read poems like line by line very often, you'll stop on the first line because you don't understand it and go all what I've already failed whereas opponents read to you. You don't have the option to say Oh, can you just stop there? Get it like it just comes out. And it's and it's the. It's like one uniform uniform, but one kind of like integral piece of art that comes into your life. You can't do anything about it. And you can't. You have to think about it off to the fact rather than sort of picking through it in the way that the strange way that we're told. Poetry Shipping. And another thing is. I mean I. Even argue is the wrong way to be to approach you because. Because the because the fact that I, mean like you. You've of mentioned. Several Times before is about the feeling, and and it's not so much. It's not so much about so of break cracking this this most code and Figuring out this complicated picture, so it's really interesting. I want to just briefly touch on on this. This concept of place because that's off. Resonates quite a bit also lends itself quite well to To other the other ideas of like friendship and resistance because place plays such an important part. As as a saw me in point, as from a resistance perspective of like, if you look at for example, Cuban poetry, Cuma resistance poetry was always. You know talking about places in Santa, Clara and those sorts of ideas so. What what's unique about the use of place in New York poetry! Well several things, but I think for me. The most interesting thing is the ways in which it is used to..

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"cran" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on The Know Show

"Or as welcome as they're white writers might have. Felt. They were including. The. That's really interesting. I WANNA ask just on a personal opinion. Do you think that poetry still does suffer from this era of Elitism? For sure I think it's changing, but I think it's hard to change. And I think partly because of the way it's taught in schools. I it's towards this kind of. Mysterious. Process, that involves one on. The involves like poems in schools are kind of treated like riddles. Yeah, whereby if you have the right tools, you'll get to the right reading and and really poetry is not like that. Poetry should be about what it makes you feel and if you don't like it, that's fine or if you find it boring, that's fine, it's it's about saying it makes me feel something, and I'm going to talk about what it makes me feel, but I think it's it's difficult to get away from this idea. That poetry is somehow only for clever people only for educated people. But I do think it's changing and I do think the fact that it's increasingly self published and increasing the performed like slam poetry massive amongst. Young young poets. Really Fun to watch. A very performance type of poetry, too. Yeah, yeah, and very spontaneous and kind of clever without being off, pursue alienating. Some sometimes just really amazing to go like how they do that. Absolutely and I just a non slam poetry today, the Dow also sort of emerge of New York, yeah. Yes, so that came from a group of? Puerto Rico New Yorkers. Who formed the Nurik cafe. which was again specifically about saying well, we don't really feel like we're think represented. We don't have this kind of cultural reflection in new poetry So let's do this. Let's come up with this. Different way of doing things so again, you've got a very kind of performance live. Ethos. That's not about writing stuff down and it's kind of clever. On like I was saying with us. It's not about those kind of long standing white traditions. Are when thinking about BIC pentameter or You know the kind of. Technical language around poetry they're thinking about. What does it sound like? What does it make us feel? What do we do with our bodies? When we're reading poetry or or watching poetry? It's it's more about. What. Else is going on other than that like intellectual process. This. was super insightful. Point, especially this whole idea of of what you're doing with your body, and and how it makes you feel because. I suppose as you said when it comes to schools is and poetry poetry never given that given that sense of fun, and it's typically just you know this mundane analogy that you have to go through and try to like breakdown office br mindset time something. So, how how do you feel like? How do you feel poetry could be made to to? Improve. Or how can we improve the poetry experience for? People in schools and young people gain into poetry. I think it's. Like at a at A. Government level, or whatever it's it's. It's about getting away from. A particular form of assessment, this kind of right or wrong. And also written. Assessment because I think what makes people like poetry is realizing that it's that it's. Built out words and words a really cool, and if you stop and think that I stopped my classes. When I teach poetry by me Amini start by saying that fit your favorite word, or pick a word that you really hate or whether you know you just think is so weird and so cool and like starting from that point of view your. Words. Languages about survival languages, something the every single person more or less deals in every single day. It's not difficult. It's not hard, but it's integral to survival, and it's and it's fun, and that's what poetry's made of. So I think it's about breaking down that that kind of fear of pose as these impenetrable kind of food choices and saying actually made of things that we know how to use. And then the second thing is like we were just saying. Is it's it's about? it's a kind of Bo. Diddley art someone. I think that's a critical Pinski. He says it's it's is about the lot of the larynx and the mouth and the air. That's in your body as you're reading Maybe a hand gestures. Maybe who you're looking at. Maybe the kind of poses and kind of you know all the things that you do. Again the everyone can do so I think another way of getting people young people into poetry by asking them to read it out loud. To perform it to think about not just what it mean, but how sounds? And that can be something that can. Totally transform your understanding. Absolutely, that's a that's a super important point. I mean for me. Personally I was from a very young age. I was hooked onto poetry. I was a big big lover of poetry I'm. Not just so of an English lumber in the Arabic form will. Can, you remember why like what was it that? Made you. I think for me personally I just. I just found it. especially the Arabic form because it was performed, and and because, and this is why your point is very very important, because Arabic poetry and the traditional Iraqi poetry I'm from Iraq and our traditional poetry is enormous in our country so it it almost shape society. In its impact and so. These pose that come to speak in these gatherings with a wedding or a funeral. You know some kind of event. It's not done in some kind of like. You're standing on a stage and. You know reciting poetry to. These sort of. Uneducated people and of superior to the is performed in a very spontaneous manner, so somebody would just thought shouting poetry and people will gather around..

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"cran" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on The Know Show

"From what they were even just. Like thirty years ago. Under is that something that? Is a these. Differences within one city is. Does that feature in new poetry. Yes so. That's something that I'm really interested in. In writing about onto looking about. There's a tendency with New York literature to kind of fetish is poverty. And to perform poverty, and we got this a lot of writing by people who moved to the city and kind of middle class and sort of enjoy in a loft without toilet, or enjoy the kind of danger. The dangerous aspects I'm thinking particularly of New York in the sixties and seventies and eighties. So that does that on the one side, there's the sense of New York is quite derelict, quite gross and and writers tend to sit of Fetish is glamorize that poverty. But while I'm interested in is writers like Audrey Lord Langston Hughes. Eileen myles. All of whom really tried to draw attention to the inequalities and injustices or things like housing, poverty and racism and economic injustice without making those things sound glamorous. That's really interesting. So. What stands out to me and I'm really interested in because of that period in time. Like for somebody who's WHO's kind of oblivious to new poetry? was of backdrop to. The cultural identity of New York in from the in that period of time. So New York was. By the mid seventies was basically bankrupt. And and so this was. Obviously a weird. It's weird to think about it now when we think about new. We don't think about bankruptcy, but it was. It was really kind of decaying. That was A. Epidemic of Austin. Because it was cheaper for people to set buildings on fire than it was for them to kind of. Maintain, them. So it was easier to kind of get the insurance by setting the building on fire. This was very cheap. To live there because landlords just like we've go all the space and we need to rent it out that was a headline in the press in the mid seventies, which which was kind of paraphrasing what the president had said, he'd basically had told New York to drop dead. So it goes through this period of massive upheaval and change and then this is all compounded by the AIDS epidemic. Which begins in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty one sort of massively affects US fifty for. And well, you know it's ongoing, but for fifteen years in particular. About one hundred thousand people were killed by AIDS in New York learn. Yes so it's massive, and then we've got kind of crack epidemic on top of that, and all of this is affecting. People from minority groups dish disproportionately. So I. Really Giuliani comes along in the early ninety S, and then starts to re reinvent the city and reform the city and it becomes. The kind of somewhat Shinier wild city that it is today. And, against in the middle of all of this you've got this huge amount of culture. It's a real magnet for artists for musicians for writers and poets, and and the route sort of trying to deal with what it means to cool. New York home. To think about as a home. The poetry in particular comes. You know we got a huge kind of. Like hugely device. Forms of poetry coming out of the. which already all of these posts are interested in in how New York feels as a place to live. I mean I'm I really WANNA get into the poetry, but before I do. I WANNA. Ask what. makes new a magnet for these poets, artists and creative minds. It's been that way for very long time, and so since kind of mid early to mid nineteenth century I'm and partly, this is because it's the. It's an Atlantic facing port. And it's full of people from all over the world. So for very long time. It's had this reputation of somewhere. Where no matter who you are, you can go and make something of yourself. So the Statue of Liberty is there. Over the harbour and the poem, and the feet of such liberty offers worldwide welcome, and she says the poem says you know. Give me a pool. You know. The talks about people yearning to breathe free, so it's kind of got this explicit message on that very iconic statue, which goes up in the late nineteenth century, saying to people if you're poor if you're tired if you're yearning to breathe free. This is place for you. On what happens and as what happens in in a lot of migrations is that people go, and then they tell other people it really is great, and you should come to and so increasingly people sort of follow these pods of migrations, whether it's people from from China from Russia from eastern. Europe from Italy from Ireland, and then from all kind of other parts of the United States as well particularly from the kind of. fuss will onwards. black-americans migrating from the South get to go there and feel that that's something that for them. And so this, this kind of reputation is already inbuilt. And as the century as the twentieth century goes on people who are Quia women, who may be feel that living in a midwestern town or a southern town is not. Affording them the opportunities to be themselves. Also feel that they can go there and so because of that because you've got this kind of. Melting Pot you put all these people working together. Living together figuring out new ways of being because they're encountering of these different kinds of people, it just sort of snowballs really, and and that's what leads people to think of it as a kind of ambition like the ambition to go to New York, it becomes romanticized. It becomes this kind of dream and escape. It's a it's like a reverse exile in dots of white. So would you say this partly why this influx of? People from all walks of life. That's partly why New York has sort of..

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"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"Old member I yes you would like the movie. That's a hard. You're laughing at that joke. No yes to watch the first one. It wasn't for me. Yeah you uh Harry just like any of the classic only nine. We're not going to get into this snakes. Thanks I said it was going to be a trash trash movies. I'm not going to blast you out on all the movies you oh you should like it. Don't I'm GonNa make you watch them and make you change your opinion. Because they're good movies because I'm GonNa like the ones you're GonNa make me watch movies. You do the most most quotable movies because people say I'm a parrot parakeet nine nine. We're going to top all our teasing dollar case Jay's okay guys we're going to wrap this episode up very very happy Valentine's Day Te'o re Happy Valentine. If you don't have Valentine's we will be your Valentine's yeah because I don't have a Valentine's so all of you whether you like it or not are mine. Mine those evil. I'm sorry and goodbye. Yeah Okay Five breath..

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"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

14:00 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"Yeah so alibi. uh-huh out of the picture. Now he has an alibi so then the police start pulling cell phone tower records and actually there's only one tower near the scene of the crime in the middle and So they pull the records from this one tower and they Start running the phone numbers. And they're like you know what let's take these phone numbers and cross reference it's them with Richards contacts with Stacy's contacts but the ones cognacs. Yeah and they get a hit. Stacey not only has the phone number in her foam. But it's saved in. ITS UNDER THE CONTACT NAME MR results. Mister Dole yeah she hire somebody to kill him. I don't know Jackie okay. Okay nickname so MR results are like who is this fellow. So they tracked him down. He's actually a personal trainer. Funny entry in your phone right. Yeah and he is not only a personal trainer but he also owns his own Jim and his name is Reginald. Coleman AKA MR results that's his that's people alhem analysts so funny and he works in the community with youth at risk you so he's trying to make sure it's pronounced so he's trying to keep them off the the streets and but when they run his name Through their system they realize he has a criminal record but he's kind of like made a new life itself. Yeah so back to the phone records. So originals. Phone is pinged at this tower at the night of the crime and they see that he called a phone number right bef- around the time of the murder. Was it her. But it isn't stacy's number it's actually the number of this woman named Linda. Ross so they are like okay. Who is this? This linear woman and they find out that she has been seeing reginal off and on for like a couple years now and that she's a medical biller at the same hospital that stacy he works at And in fact Stacey is her supervisor. Okay Stacy's her boss She's Dayton Mr Results. Mr Results thing pinged the night of the murder. Yeah weird connections ahead but on top of just being her supervisor they are also friends and and LOONEY TRA is living in one of Stacy's rentals. She's real land baron Okay a land barren. Yeah she owns a bunch. Okay baroness excuse me. Okay thank you Jackie. So the phone records show that Reginald Stacey in nature all talked the night of the murder and after Reginald called Linea Linea tre sent a text Assisi that said. I hope you have a Happy Valentine's Day. Oh Morbid so investigators gators keep digging and they're going through Stacy's records and just days before the murder Stacey transfers eight thousand nine hundred twenty dollars an eighty sense offense jeered Tunisia and then linea tre transfers that to Reginald. Is that like how much he was in debt to the sent. I'm good so when I was reading this I was like. Are they doing that to cover it. Up May later be like wall because I was living in one of her other I think she divorced. So many dudes shift to kill this one We'll get there. That was part of the point. made a string of the guys know just like this was her husband so okay. So she's like. I can't keep doing this well. I don't know we'll get there are it but later will be like well. She gave me that money because I'm living in her rental and I needed did that for housing repairs so that it's not a towel. That's typical. Landlord Lindley relation. Yeah my landlord has to wire me a bunch of and then go to care all that stuff on it so on top of all this. Stacey stood to gain a five hundred thousand dollar life insurance policy on Richard. That's being a little bit more sense So this looks really bad. So we're going to backtrack and go back to the tire tracks. Yeah so there's a third tire track right. That's not tied to stacy or Richard. It's also not tied to Reginald's car either. WHOSE SCAR so in the meantime the families watching Stacey and they're like realizing she's not really she's being weird she's not being unhappy she's actually being very excited and like stoked about life and she isn't grieving and Stacey's cousin notices that her grandparents Chevrolet Impala Woah keeps going missing like it will be there for a couple of days and then it won't be there for like a couple of weeks and they'll show back up again and like Stacey was supposed to sell it to get like money to help pay for the grandparents medical bills. Okay and she's a K- I sold that I got fourteen thousand dollars for that but like she never paid the medical bills off. AM The car. KEPT CO showing up. Cousin was like something's weird and she went to. The police. Sounds like you need to investigate those and she gets her stolen. She kept hounding them until obey like looked into it. So police tracked on the car and it's parked at Linda's house and it has good year integrity tires which matched the tracks. Aksa crime scene in the nineteen fifty. Six did not have positraction. What are you doing? The best better made my cousin vinny all about tire tracks murder. You have to see my cousin vinny at to list. Okay okay I was like I. Don't that's how many so they take regional in for questioning and he's like I don't know what you're talking about these cool. I ain't seen nothing. I heard nothing. Then and then they also take in the Nitra and she's like I don't know what you're talking about now is for the birds only got Tatyana earlier was like you got egg in your face. Real saying I see a couple of shows so but it's really annoying saying that it is but so police are like you know what it doesn't matter that you guys are emitting anything. We have the tire tracks. We're going to catch the text Specif- we have phone calls. And so the arrest all three of them and They are set to go to court and Stacey finds out that they're up against against the death penalty and so she's like Florida. They kill people back to me. I have something insys. Stacey actually becomes the star witness against what. I'm annoyed because of her. She doesn't get to be the star a witness In her own goddamn trial against a Linney Tra. I mean this is the most of your taking part of your whole story. Yeah and is this how this is going to go down. I don't know so. She goes on Stan and she essentially she takes over for a long time and she's on the stand and she's like I I like she charming I she has to be. She's been married like so she's on the sand because I didn't watch this part of it But she she's on the sand and she's essentially like you. You can see my track record. I don't care whether I get divorced or not. Oh that's now my mls Israel okay. What happened was a felon was my children? Children started acting out and I could see the way that they were acting out reminded of like reminded me of me when I was growing up when I acted out because when I was a child I was was molested And so that made me start thinking that my children were being molested by Richard in. She said that her middle child came to her. and Said Ed Richard has been molesting me and she's like an I saw red and it came all those feelings of everything that happened to me when I was younger. Yeah planning back and I needed to you end it and that's why instead of getting divorced I knew I had to kill him and so She said she went to work. And she vocalized all these things things to Her Co worker and she was like. Oh you know we can do. We can kill him. My Boyfriend Reginald can kill him interesting uh-huh and and so oh and he's done this before so he requires exactly eight thousand nine hundred. That was his thing so she was later said that that was a down payment and that she was giving them that The House so all in all is going to be like one hundred thousand dollars. I thought that it was socioeconomically. Yeah Yeah what do you think of the story. Do you think that. Do you think that this happened. Yeah one hundred percent I think. No no no no. I don't think I think the most station happened at all. That's all just kind of could later jury so later wall. Just keep telling the story so they go through trial and then The NEUTRA is found guilty of first degree murder and she gets life without parole dam and then regional pleads guilty to murder and gets life without without parole and then stacey filing for trial and her son comes up as a witness and like I was never molested. I I imagined have imagined that your mom's trial and he's like I like I'm GonNa tell the truth. I never went to my mother and said he mustn't me. I exists Richard. I Miss Daddy. Richard Sad 'cause he adopted them remember he as like a pivotal part of lives and so CC's he's automatically sentence without parole. Yeah nobody got death. Everyone get life every rule. Yeah exactly and so I really think I don't quite know what her motive was. Because I don't think it was money. She had enough money. I think she was born and she was having this relationship and maybe she didn't want to be divorced again. Yeah remember how on friends Ross just like can't be divorced again then killed a season but like during her like interviews with the police issue is saying like one and her did talk about her leaving Richard but it was going to be twelve years from now because she wasn't gonNA leave him while the children were still part of their lives. Could Susan become so mashed with maybe a multitude of reasons. In like circumstances. You're talking to someone. What are the chances that you're talking to someone? And they're like. Oh Oh you want someone killed picture prop yeah I got Mr results. Just like flying off the handle and just complaining about life and being new and someone's like I mean we can rub them out and they're totally serious Beth insane. I'm no I would have to assume they're joking. So what do you how do you. Otherwise I'd be such weird talent tattled tattling. This person I think is a criminal. The reword would you think about I just have to. Hr what do you think about. Linea tre getting a life without parole sentence. She's the one who sat up the murder She gave like contact. She's bad news. Yeah she seems like she he was cool with someone dying for her to get a house. It's just interesting that for reginal to get life without parole and he was the one who actually killed him versus. What if yeah but I guess she had a hand in it? Yeah I mean if if they had gotten capital punishment and Reginald died and she'd like difference of yes there but she also was totally cool with someone dying so she could get a house. Yeah it's cold blooded. Yeah that's true.

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"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"Yeah I believe in US leaving us but yeah thank Hugh Again Tatyana. It was amazing. Having you come in and teach us how to make these drinks and these are super tasty and I think it's murder time it's murder our time grand murder tale to tell me. Oh you want me to tell you fares right. I see how you're playing this until you all what my Shouts at the end. Where my sources sauces? Because they're gonNA give it away a little bit okay so we're going to jump right in and now I realize thought I do say that all the time it's fun you forgot about it the other day. I don't know that I should tell you this or not but before are you start every story you go. Let's jump right in. It makes me giggle. It's like why do you say that they'll stop doing it. And you're like I don't do you. Blue on it definitely do one hundred percent. I don't do that and I will. Re listen to all the episodes and now it's all the time that we're here. I realized I do say that. The water's fine art so inch. Bright it so Stacey Stacey. We're going to start with stacey she is born in one thousand nine hundred seventy one in Florida and when she's growing up. Her Dad dies out of really young age and that really affects her. Going waiting for it in life. her mom eventually remarries but she always had that void like she didn't have a father figure so she she grows up. She goes through high school. She's seventeen at this time and she falls in love with her high school sweetheart and they ended up eloping and they're married for about two years before they get divorced. Fast forward a little bit more. It's nineteen ninety-one. She's now twenty. She meets another man they fall in love. They get married She gets pregnant with her first son and they end up not working out so they get divorced She's now twenty two years old. She enrolls in college. He gets a degree in psychology. COLLAGEN nursing In then she meets another man in Nineteen ninety-seven and they fall in love and get married and that one only lasts about six weeks before they get divorced. Works right these Diane no no yeah. They're getting worse the hammer on dude. Three four two one two three four three one to another three. There's three so one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. She meets another man. They ended up having a child together. But I don't believe child to child to you really good at the math tonight. And they don't get married but she the other second son in the meantime she gets an office manager job in an A. Atlanta and she starts making six figures a year and she starts investing vesting into different rental properties and She's renting them out so she in Florida is she moved. She's in Atlanta Georgia. She's doing really well for herself In two thousand and one she meets this other guy and they fall in love and it's true love and they get married and then she has her third son came and then in two thousand and four they separate And then in two thousand five whilst. AC is at work at the hospital because she's a office manager for a local hospital. Okay ah she meets male patient and his name is Richard Show and the instantly hit it off and he's like happy go lucky guy. He's like part of the community. Everyone knows him like if you have a problem he will be there like if you need something fixed or you need a ride somewhere. He's just always happy to to help. And he is a graphic designer and he loves loves loves to hot air balloon. No I'm and was really cute. Okay I've never been in a hot air balloons magic I want to have you. You haven't been eating. Oh you know. They have balloons over bend every year. I've I've Gone I've seen it. It's GonNa take a bit for you to get me into a hot air balloon. Why Yeah I'm not into it. You just get in the basket and you have the time of your life. Yeah I feel like they're run by Carney's I just there's GonNa be some hot air issues. I title down. I don't trust the guy going. I'm not into it. If you have a hot air balloon and you WANNA take me up. Please reach out because I'm about it. I'll I'll be on the ground but documenting the tragedy. Jackie well anyhow. I didn't know you were so passionate about I understand the romanticism of it. I just I feel like there's some danger people aren't talking about. Oh Yeah I mean whatever you do when you leave your house also also what are you. Does it smell. I feel like it smells and everyone's pretending smell like fuel. Yeah or like you think everyone's just having a grievous on their face kinda like us with the photos earlier. Let's out the champagne and strawberries when we done this offer. Jimmy and I don't know what it's like I haven't done it but that's I think if you have ever been in a high air balloon please please please please forties right in what I think. It's like email us at killer cocktails podcasts on Jamal L.. Dot Com 'cause. I need to correct Jackie. Okay so stacy at this point is separated and so she filing gets divorced officially in Richard moves in with her and they're really ship is Super Fun and they like she just met him as a patient at the hospital. She's like instant actions relationships Che's Yes and so. They're doing like tons of fun. Things going on dates and they're like jet skiing and there's the one who's into the hot air balloons that's where that tangent came from uh-huh cut. Yeah just reconnecting myself. And they're like riding motorcycles. They're going on vacation with the boys. So everything's like very fun. And then in two thousand seven seven the ELOPE and after a couple of months on Richard actually loses his job which isn't a big financial blow for the family since Stacy's making like like a decent amount of money and Richard assumes the like stay at home dad role. He's taking care of the boys and he gets really close with them to the point that he adopts the youngest to and At the same time stacy's grandparents like health starts to go down hill and so they actually take care of them so they're like they moved in with them. Richard Kinda assumes the role of caregiver for them and so they've been married for a couple years and at this point two two thousand ten and Valentine's Day is right around the corner beef up so my tie to the cocktail cram you'd be my Valentine nine is Valentine's Day. Nice thank you. I know you didn't say that was a good high but yeah that was a good. Yeah you're going to be annoyed by mind so bubbles. It's not that bad so stacy's like you know we've been married for a couple of years. Let's kind of bring some spice back into this relationship. Let's meet each other at this. Like lover lanes of sorts ion exchange like Valentine's Day gifts overlander where people get murdered. Yeah and you couldn't see it but I was quoting lovers lane. It's more like a boat dock so it's very different. It's this like secluded the park that has like trees all around this body of water. And there's like a muddy boat dock area that you can like put no one's really around so if you wanted to like looted canoed all you could So Stacey is running a little late at work the nurse. She's supposed to relieve her is running late Sushi Tech's Richard She's like. Hey how you just meet me there instead of me coming to get you going over there and like Kara Logistics and all that and she's like meet me at Belton Park Okay and they've actually gone there before another Napkins by Iran. I don't think it's a regular naked spy spy. I think they other people for them. I think they just go to bear. You're spot bone. It's the yeah when when you said I don't Arou- you've raised it but a man. Does I guess the bone down to but only for them so so stacy finally finishes up at work and she heads over to the park and when she gets there she sees Richard's truck and she's like wait. That's weird like the lights are on in like the the doors open and he's on the ground next to the truck so she gets out over car rushes over and she hears the car still on in that she can see that Richardson. When shot? What in later it would be determined? He was shot six times and so she immediately calls the police and they rush over and at this point. It's nine thirty the at night. So it's it's dark. It's pretty late and no one else's salsa February so it's not like we got some late summer now it probably feels like one. AM If I'm thirty in February. She can't do this time so please start to go over the crime scene and they can see that Richard drove even. They can see those tire marks on the mud and they can also see a stacy's tracks and they can see that she came. She parked she got car ran other tracks and they see a third set of tracks for says like is this. Ac like is this her story so while investigating the truck and Richard Richards Person. They see that he still has his wallet and his wedding ring and this walking around. So they're like this isn't it. Awesome truck Yes that's a big one too So in the meantime Take Stacey down to the police station. And they're like questioning her and she admits that she had picked the boat dock to meet up because It was secluded in private and like their relationship had gotten kind of boring and she's like we're having sex. I don't know like every three months and like I thought it would be a good way to spice up the relationship election ship and So as she keeps talking though she also admits that she's been having an affair with Yeah Yeah Yeah. I don't know where the story's going So I'm GonNa take it from the standpoint that she didn't kill him But this is also why even if you're innocent you WANNA have a lawyer with you. And uh-huh Freely Go Jab Jab into the and you can actually see her interview with the police. You can see her in watching you can watch dateline style Yeah and it's just like a camera on her and she looked like she is. How old is she a little bit shorter? Maybe like late thirties. Early forties and She's a little a bit bigger and she has blonde hair little bit shorter but like while you see her in this room by herself she does that thing where she's like piecing like sitting in the chair. 'CAUSE you're in there for hours and the river you're looking at a wall or yeah and then your land nervous. My significant other just died like I think there's tons of things going. I wonder immediately to board and then I was like there's there's probably other emotions one hundred percent So she tells them that she's been having this affair with a co-worker name one and it's actually been going on for a couple years ears so no that's a real affair. Yeah Yeah so she explains that you know. The relationship with Richard Got Boring and he was always home because he lost his job and her work was so stressful that she needed something exciting in her life. And so one was actually a security guard at the hospital and She actually got him a job as a medical assistant in the operating room. Even the medical background with pro quo and she was like he has all these twos and he's like exciting and so she actually had her lame. How balloon fellow? He's so hi. I'm joking so she was like So one and I have been together for a while. And he's actually moved into one of my rental properties and he's been living mayor for while rent free and I've actually been paying his utility bills and she committed that they had even gone on Romantic vacation together to Las Vegas three weeks before the murder. K Yeah where. It was warm that night so she so as they keep talking. They're okay. Tell us more about this one character and they realized that one knew that her and Richard. We're GONNA meet at the boat can point out that like the fact that you're not having sex like once. Every three maccabees. It maybe because we're having an affair you don't need to go have some special rendezvous to spice up your life maybe quit having another dude ridiculous man. Okay so one knew that you guys were meeting. So he knew where to find Richard at the time and so they're like okay. So you have this crazy love triangle going on maybe one was jealous of Richard or maybe he was afraid richer was gonna find out financially. Your Mama will be gone financially. Cut You off so we have motive so they bring in one in and of course he denies murdering Richard and he tells them that he was in Atlanta during the crime and they are actually able to prove that he was got..

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"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"Hey guys you are listening to kill her cocktails where the drinks are stiffed. The buddies are stiffer. This is a casual true crime. podcast to friends get get drunk and talk about gruesome murders each week. We pick a different drink. whose name or ingredients set the tone for our stories he is is Jackie Andrea and this is a Valentine's episode? Happy Love You guys are gallon one time skeletons day. What's up and you fellows sure? Yeah you can be part of it all right who we love you to of course We love all of our fans and our true crime fans and our cocktail fans. So get yourself a little baby pull up we've got some stories for you But but this week's episode are Valentine's themed drink is the amateur and remember. This is the Cran you you be my Valentine got it wrong with authority now and you'll be my Valentine. Let's who aggressive. Please calm down. Asked me again one more time. They got politely. Be My Valentine M- mall alright. How I checked the Yes box? So yeah obviously cranberries involved This was a real doozy of a of a drink So our came. Jonah knows what she's doing. She's a professional national mixologist. She is which all stemmed from so she loves to throw Banging House parties the best camry to be to be fair. It's been a collision of world's this week. They have because my really good friend. Kim Jong Camry finally true like they'd met each sounds like truly met each other this week. And let me tell you from a names pinpoint really hard for Hewlett Kim. Give her Kim Kim Kimble like there's all these so I apologize. College is camry but just know that. That's how my brain works but I have been friends in your life. Yeah both of them with similar Shane. Okay so we're was was I you were talking about how we were making this shrink. Remember we talked about how banging these parties were To talk down at those is banned parties and shows beam team pretender and would have these elaborate than like really good bartending to this. But then she got into Kito couple years ago it was like I still WanNa make these delicious drinks expedite gotta change up his recipes so she had to get super creative of. How do you make a tasty cocktail a classic cocktail? Yeah that has all these other parts in it. But how are you pulling porn out a bunch of the pitchers and she's come up with some delicious. Oh my gosh she and so instead of using like cranberry juice he's a cranberry bidders and and like instead of using like simple syrup. She has a thing called complicated syrup and cheeses like monk Fru joke. It's complicated. Whoever a Oh another thing you need to know about Tatyana is she loves puns? So here's the thing uh-huh I when oh I think of Mr Gene. She's like the funniest person I know. All puns no no Tatiana gives her a run for her money. Gene Gene would be chuckle city and we were recording these videos. And if you haven't checked them out yet go over to her instagram. Because she without so many puns joining the catch mall it but she was like. Oh she must have rehearsed this but we were doing stuff like that wasn't even on. Yeah script and she was resigned. Bat But APOPKA. Aw that's her. That's just that's her life. That's real and I love her brain but yes so she made us the crane. You be my Valentine and Dan and here's the trick is you would not know this from the name is spicy. Got Some Jalapenos up their goods. Spicing I love spicy things. Yeah you you pretend like you can hang. Oh it was like kissing my lips for a good ten minutes. I'll step out on it. Maybe that's why I was like Oh geology but no it was super good. I'm the lemon juice really. Brings it down for me. Yeah lamb like any citrus stuff. In 'em good. Yeah so definitely head over to our instagram. If you WANNA check that out for the recipe mended She is local to bend and and she does do private events. So if you're looking for an amazing mixologist who could do like lower calorie cocktails on his superfund. Oh my got so during a party. She's she's GonNa be out there being make me WANNA shout. Maybe you know when when you meet someone when you're like Oh this person's more fun than the people I'm with you grow hardy and they'd be like Oh careful but it's a great thing so head over to her instagram. It's Kito underscore karate Yeah yeah underscore cocktails She has some amazing Photos I we need to get some tips from her and she taught us a couple of cool tricks. Like when you're using the Shaker and you put like okay. Here's your big Shaker. Imagine in your mind Oh I put your all your like liquids and your ice in there. Now you're gonNA take the top of that and instead of going straight down and slapping it on you WanNa do it at a till so one side side is all lined up at all. Yes not like a maniac where you're like in cement so we've learned some tricks. I think going forward. We're going GONNA be a little bit better at bartending. But you know what gives us time we'll have you can't just continue to make drinks and be terrible. No well I mean. We'll get better her. Hopefully I believe in us. Listen if you didn't hear that she said it's only been a year and a half true hired tired we learn..

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Apple 'taking a deeper look' at map policies after calling Crimea part of Russia

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Apple 'taking a deeper look' at map policies after calling Crimea part of Russia

"The US tech giant apple has said he's taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed borders offered showed Crimea's part of Russia's territory on its maps and weather apps Chris buckler reports from Washington for most of the world apple's maps don't specify where the Crimean peninsula belongs to you but the company says it complied with needles in Russia to short as within its borders for anyone looking up information inside the country that led to a furious response from you cran apple says it's not a taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed areas as part of IT services the company insists it took into consideration international legislation as well as loss in the US and other countries before making any decisions but in a statement apple said as part of its review it may make changes in the future

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Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

Three Wide No Cover

12:13 min | 2 years ago

Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

"Ayuthaya true good for perfect conditions I think a little bit of Brian sort of Wednesday Thursday just takes the main probably not much irrigation we'd love that I think it's going to Rice really well as coalfield does bought it's always an advantage to be on speed in those first one to sorta seven at caulfield it's always an advantage not much we randy the side I think it's GonNa play really straight and really fairly but I always think you've got to be advantageous just on spe does also to get there's a lot of variables in rising but once you back you control sometimes you need some walks on spayed where you want to bake oilfield Saturday very good or on the table at the first of our group we're GONNA rise pagoda so we've got six the thousand guineas used to be on the Wednesday boys now moved of course to the Saturday the last few years and it's just or for the die at fiber here's the first of a number of good often run his foot at two dollars thirty law at five fifty had some good memories of these track all has I missile mantra nine dollars acting hasn't these horse with good acting trae on the trump one of their ten dollars Tenley twelve dollars emerald thirty dollars southbank seventeen dollars Baba's Fox at twenty one on eloquent at twenty six dollars over the Piji Fatal Remember Twenty Six and Sin Edwards Crown at forty on dollars Josie very important here look not a lot of spayed Elliott acting oh go forward we'll go forward as well foot from that White Guy I think he has to be positive obviously there was a lot of talk about the run lost in the guineas prelude where he drew wide with her and he just sort of went back Salak along the LoC somewhat out of the equation expected to be somewhat in the one one way do you go with these rice well a lot of coming out of that is probably which was one boy acting own spate I'm just slightly worried about that rice and I will come out of it there's a lot of narrative sleeping on lucky but he fleet had won the rice boy half link let's do it right now if we'd be getting to thirty of mock to-to-to Seventieth Mock Duck Creek five is getting that but I just think she's going to drift on the I I think he'll get better than the two-thirty on officer if you like her maybe play a little bit lighter in closer to the rice I'm worried about that rice they went in slowly they couldn't break twelve seconds the lost two hundred that worries me about that Rice what do I do I know a lot of holistic coming into that rice will I go for a different form loin the oil eloquent full moines so I found the phone line from Sydney and I'm going with the Homeless Code Emeralds Got Eight and buy some pretty good ones last dot with Fun Star thirty one dollars but was fifty one hundred thirty one got Bayton that track was a little bit Ryan affected that died I went slowly but based lost four hundred two hundred of the dye that Rice to pay Arado who knows a superstar and before that Gobain by Yale she ran really well in the golden rose of a fast a game was really good light four hundred two hundred two different form on Jones agent really know he's done it before with the highest level lava who won the white when it comes around and this why so there's no worries with China Arkan emeralds at the price is ripping bit and I think it will drift on the well Josie interesting side that with would actually opened a twenty into to ten now aptitude thirty so if that continues there will be a drift estee e you in a similar can't wait you think the it can get beat or now that she's the one I wanna Roger Fleet because it's a tug at rice who to run these small I think she's going to be taking on the day the reason unquote last dot cushy drew fifteen I didn't want to give her a gut bossed out and went right back zoomed up sawed them she didn't have room approaching the if she gets out of the long she is them away because she's got an amazing turn foot so she's coming in flying onto the right our little bit she's a short pause because everyone's thinking potential with taint potential she should absolutely one that ornery so she finally draws a guy which is terrific all concur with Josie acting fit will roll for this more pressure on she's drawn a little at and she'll have to use because I'm eloquently locks the row Ford will mica US getting up the hill the first time at the four day southbank joining saw those two will be honest as well tron bucks doc bobby's Fox was closed last doctor on the pint it'll hold so that'll be the first four the interesting roundup will be cited which cran drawn aunt doesn't WanNa get caught going to rocky he wants to come across the bay in the first half dozen would imagine 'cause they're going to look that tape look back that by off this'll be the nature of the beast I'll go quicker early hill then they'll look to back the tempo off law and fleet get the best runs to pays back one eight one back to horses I've got a great turn of foot they classy Ranasinghe the rice they guy to get that sit back off that wall torp Iran and get at at the raw thome that's why I wanna Rod Fleet because she's had that topic coalfield now and she should have won last dot and she's got a lot of upside I'm not worried about the process so I'll be following southbank oil elegant into the rice now the key is here Emerald who gets back but it's a first look at coalfield and she's going to have the wall up with the logs have missile mantra who have her back on he's Roy showed running missile mantra Nice to have got the best turn of foot light by Kenai be close enough from the six fifty two the the three fifteen to build up and sprint with the locks of fleet and yes I law that again and get those beautiful rounds just off that high pressure really so I'm going with fleet on thinks she's got more upside and I recommend she uses that tuna food she'll be happy catch so of course I'm glad this is rice seeks saving I would not want this in the Corey these pretty auburn as open as you'd say rice to thirty five rituals Oregon just more attack when whenever it's worth which is not much let's have a look at rice seven now the coalfield stikes aviles easier five deservedly so those thirty five homes four dollars density area and those fifty gathered chop eleven bucks a dream castle thirty dollars black hotbed showing not backing up it or not paying to win second arrive there at seventy dollars getting those and Chitral Good Humour Twenty Seven Harlem and Asuka debuted at thirty five and sixty seven Josie yes saw matt pretty important he gal H Open Heisman have drawn gates one and two so I think they'll control the gala shop? I think heisman considered so expect getting to roll forward as well as your spayed and I think that's where they'll say it'll and that's where it will play at villiers can probably find fought on the back of my be three pairs back something like that he was back to his best oversee on that Swat we self destruct going back to a bit of a hard track boy rice seven these tracks gonNA firm right up even get back into the good three by that stage maybe there's a knock on that and not saying there is but we will say on Saturday Abed vilius where he really is at on God gala chocolate I thought he was really really good in he's run loss dodd he was thirty wanting to twenty six dollars he'd get beaten by Blackhawk bought bought or this he's ready to rock and roll he's got some big figures when he ran those big fee is probably about a year and a half two years ago our anymore just a bit newly back to that American from week eight one if these holiest goes forward gets a pretty genuine Tampa on I'm dick the white coal for Dole expected to apply arc and he's going to be really hard to bait just quickly would either well Cape of Good Hope time for one hundred twelve I think he will struggle is day. 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"cran" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"cran" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"cran" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"cran" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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CFPB Chief Says Education Department Is Blocking Student Loan Oversight

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:56 min | 3 years ago

CFPB Chief Says Education Department Is Blocking Student Loan Oversight

"Support for NPR and the following message come from gusto, providing payroll, benefits and HR services for small businesses, gusto serves more than sixty thousand businesses nationwide. With full service payroll HR, tools and health insurance at gusto dot com slash NPR. The director of the consumer financial protection bureau. The CF PB says the Trump administration's education department is getting in the way of efforts to police the student loan industry. This comes amid lawsuits that allege widespread wrongdoing, by student loan companies. Here's NPR's Chris Arnold, the head of the CF PB Kathy Cran anger is responding to Senator Elizabeth Warren and other Democrats who wanted to know whether the consumer protection bureau is doing its job protecting student borrowers and her answer is pretty striking. The letter obtained by NPR is carefully worded. But in essence Kranjcar is saying that the CF is trying to do its job. But she says that companies that manage student loan. Are not handing over information that the bureau needs to do supervision because they say the education department told them, not to in other words, the education department is getting in the way it's actually quite remarkable. Seth frontman heads up the nonprofit student borrower protection center, he used to be the cfpb's student loan ombudsman, but quit last summer over frustrations with the Trump administration. The head of the consumer financial protection bureau is telling the world that the secretary of education has put in place, a series of policies, that are obstructing federal law enforcement officials from standing up for the millions of Americans with student debt Americans, like, Jessica Saint Paul. She was grappling with about eighty thousand dollars in student loans. Then when she heard about a program called public service loan forgiveness. She was ecstatic, the programs designed to encourage public service. So police officers government workers teach. People who work for not prophets if they make payments for ten years, they can get the remainder of their student loan debt forgiven. Saint Paul work for a nonprofit that provides services to foster children. I oh, this is perfect, I called interested in of a service. I don't forgive me. That was nine years ago. She says over the years she called the company servicing, her loans to check in just wanna make sure you know, I'm on track. Okay. No problem conversation with quick. I mean they were so kind. But Saint Paul says she was getting bad information. She says she found out just last year at a conference. There was an information session on loan forgiveness since she was told that she was in the wrong, kind of loan and wrong payment plan, so that she couldn't qualify. And she says a lot of other people were finding out the same thing, right there at the conference support group almost turned into because you were like, no that can't be true. And people were I went on my home. We're gonna phones and that type checking your loan, what type alone they were, and we were all sitting there like just frantic like. Well, on in my in what wait, wait. Wait. Let me pull this up. Let me see bud say, Paul says it was true. If nine years ago, her loan servicer, just told her to take a few simple steps to convert to the right loan payment plan. Everything would have been okay. Instead, she says she feels like somebody's stole tens of thousands of dollars from her is it Australia? Not just cannot believe it happened to me, it's happening to a lot of people so far about ninety nine percent of people applying for this loan forgiveness program or getting rejected, and more than one million people are actively pursuing it and hoping to qualify Saint Paul's a plaintiff in one of the many lawsuits by advocacy groups, and regulators related to this program and other problems. This is why democratic lawmakers say they want to be sure that perhaps the most powerful federal watchdog for consumers is on top of all this in March. Senator Bob Menendez pressed the issue at hearing with CF director chronicler, have you examined why ninety nine percent. Of applicants have been reject. Senator. Get I I understand why you're asking question. It's important one by don't have a specific answer to your question on this topic. Now that lawmakers have chronic or answer was with Warren and four other senators call the revelations disturbing around a letters. They just fired off to student loan, servicing companies, the cfpb in a statement says it's confident that it can resolve the issues and achieve its mission of protecting borrowers. But for its part, the education department appears to be defending its stance, but loan servicers should not hand over information to the CFP be the department says in a statement that it takes privacy. Seriously, and says requests for information about student loan borrowers should be made to the education department said, Froman says the cfpb should flex its muscles, more and take loan servicers to court. If necessary to get them to comply with its oversight efforts, Chris Arnold NPR news.

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Are Latinos left out of Hollywood's diversity equation?

The Frame

06:27 min | 3 years ago

Are Latinos left out of Hollywood's diversity equation?

"The fight for inclusion and better representation in Hollywood has seen some recent victories. Hollywood's first big studio movie with an all Asian cast in twenty years crazy, rich Asians was a huge hit films like Black Panther and get out were heralded both for who got to make an star on them and how well they did at the box office. But we can't quite say the same when it comes to Latino representation in casting and in the stories that Hollywood chooses to tell according to the latest data Latinos make up twenty four percent of frequent movie goers far more than the percentage of the population. But barely five percent of speaking parts in movies. I spoke with me Gupo who recently wrote about the issue for the Hollywood reporter. She began by explaining why studios aren't compelled to focus on Latinos onscreen, despite how many of them go to the movies or putting out this story. The thing that stuck out to me the most and the thing that I heard over and over again. When is studios don't necessarily feel incentivized to program to Hispanic audiences because they are considered a sure thing at the box office. They will show up to the movies, no matter who's on screen. So there is a studio perception that we do not necessarily need to cater to this audience because they will show up. No matter what what was interesting, and what was pointed out to me by one studio. Exact is that African American audiences will show up more for movies with African American costs made by African American creators and not necessarily has not been proven with Hispanic audiences. But also at the same time they have had less of an opportunity to prove that because there is less Latin next narratives on screen that are consistently coming out from the studio's movie opening this week. It's called El Chicano. It's directed by Ben Hernandez. Bray and his producer. Joe Carnahan has talked about how difficult it was to find anybody who had backed the movie, and is that kind of typical for those kinds of stories that no studio where I guess even independent distributor is willing to get on board and studios. There is not a lot of Latin next representation in executive positions. So when these creatives are going in to pitch these movies, they're pitching to white creative. Who may not understand the nuances of the story or the audience potential, but on top of that movie making has changed in recent years. They are looking more for high concept features, you know, let's stupor here on movies. It's the sci-fi features that are doing well. And there is a push for inclusion in those parts, but hasn't necessarily been seen in terms of lot next representation yet. Yeah. And I would say it's not limited to that Nina Jacobson who produced crazy, rich, Asians and the intellectual property. There was a novel. Call. Called crazy ridge Asians. She says that when she was shopping and around there was at least one producer who said I have to ask does she have to be Asian. And of course, the answer was yes. And the movie ended up being a huge hit. So how much of that is kind of institutional resistance to taking on this kind of material because there's always this bias that Hollywood wants to make these stories that are about non white characters and make them white, and they're certainly scores of stories about casting doing the exact same thing. Yes. So I was talking to Dr Christina. Ramon who is one of the researchers who works on UCLA's diversity report. And she made a very interesting point where a preconceived notion in Hollywood has to be proven. Correct only once, but it has to be proven wrong a dozen times in order for it to die. So you have to have a Black Panther. You have to have a crazy rich Asians before Hollywood wakes up and realizes that representation is not only something that is moral imperative, but also a business imperative we're talking with Lupo staff writer at the Hollywood reporter about Latinos. In hollywood. I think the other issue is say L Chicano does not do. Well at the box office this weekend. It's easy for Hollywood to look at that and say see these movies don't work, whereas they would never say that about John like an action movie if an action movie bombed so it feels as if each and every one of these movies is somehow a referendum on whether or not this kind of story can work commercially. That has been a big issue in Hollywood. There's so much pressure on these individual projects and these individual creative where if they don't succeed they are not only letting down the project, but they're letting down filmmakers who are coming up under them who are from their same culture. So it's almost as if you have a whole culture. Cher- writing on one movie and not is incredibly unfair and so much pressure. True quality is being able to try and fail and getting the opportunity to try again, not just being able to try and succeed in your article. You quote Lin Manuel. Miranda bought people know him from Hamilton. And he says Latino audiences are not a monolith we come from thirty two different countries. So what does that mean in terms of both the opportunity and the challenges of telling stories that come from such a huge swath of the globe? Yeah. So when you look at a movie like crazy, rich, Asians, it is based in one Asian culture and one story, but molten metal cultures can identify with it. And a lot of Asian movie goers went out to see it from across cultures. Whether they be Cran or Chinese or Japanese. So the same could happen for. 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"cran" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"cran" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Makes it simple. We call it thinking in Cran, it's taking something complex and making it simple for the average person. And that's what we've done with this program are developers took a software program that we follow and they color coded it, it's only two colors. So you really can't get confused. I guess more than two colors possibly some people might get confused, but our program is just blue and green. So if you can tell the difference between blue and green, and if you can count to three you can do this. I know I'm making this sound ridiculously simple. But folks, it actually is this actually is this simple and this easy. There's no. Experience needed. You can be productive from home and make money and John. I you're in the group yourself, that's true. And and one of the things I really appreciate about our mentor in this program is not only like you just said that he's going to help us with making money. But he's also going to change the way we think what's great about. This is I always say it's like taking Warren Buffett and Tony Robbins and combining them and put them together, and you've got our mentor. How would you like to have someone like that guiding you every morning, motivating you to make more money and keep it? That's what he teaches us. This isn't just making money. This is also about money management and changing the way you think. Well, that's right, John. And you know, what we really specialize in what we specialize in a setting people up for. For business for themselves from home or from the comfort of wherever they wanna be again as long as you have the internet urine business. All you need is something you already have which is a computer and internet access. So it sounds pretty amazing. Right. And again, we don't like to talk about the fact that we only work two hours a day because that's that's one of the biggest things that people don't believe. But when you show up for your free trial session. Trust me. This is actually what you're gonna see you're going to see that everything we say in this show is actual and factual, and it's not exaggerated or overstated. It is the real deal and anybody can do this. We've got a lot of seniors in the group. We've got investors in the group. We've got housewives engineers. It's really for everyone of all levels. I'm telling you, I've got I've got two kids. I have a twelve year old and a sixteen year old and they can do this. That's how easy it. It is. So don't hesitate to give us a call. If you want to check out and see what we're all about..

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Broad implications of Saudi journalist death

Correspondents Report

06:13 min | 3 years ago

Broad implications of Saudi journalist death

"Natta story that's been dominating recent global headlines, it's about Jamal Khashoggi a Saudi Arabian journalist who disappeared last month before that he'd been critical of the Saudi King and the crown prince, but we now know the fifty nine year old died in the Saudi Arabian consulates in Istanbul. The circumstances surrounding that are disputed, and it's also raised questions about the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia. So to learn more about the broader implications of what's happened. I spoke to Michael what he'd Hannah he's from the century foundation in New York, and is an expert in US foreign policy in the Middle East with the collapse of the traditional Arab political order would states like Egypt Syrian Iraq in K off the United States has relied even more so on Gulf countries since two thousand eleven and Saudi Arabia has taken a major role in terms of United States strategy in the region and really. The Gulf has a sumo a kind of centrality and importance that it is never had previously. Now, use vice president paints recently told a Washington Post forum the killing of Jamal Kosovo g has shaken that relationship. So in your view, what impact has this incident head so far? Well, clearly, the initial impulse of the administration was not highlight this not to seek any kind of major recalibration or reorientation of the bilateral relationship. But the killing has struck a nerve it has refused to leave the headlines. And of course, that has been Abeille pushed along by president aired on and Turkey. So the story has been front and center in a way that has forced the Trump administration to continue to reckon with it. And so whatever initial impulses the administration had I think they've been forced to revisit that approach. The investor. Conference. They obviously eventually at a later date pulled out that conference was is a yearly event meant to showcase Saudi Arabia's important investment opportunity and financial player in the region and beyond. And so it's it's one of those instances that shows the ways in which the administration has been forced to reckon with the situation in a way. Perhaps it runs contrary to their initial impulses. Text it back for a moment. What was it about Jamal? Khashoggi's work would have concerned, the country's Cran prints. Well, he he was an insider he worked at one point four Prince Turki bin face Lou headed up in the eighties headed up Saudi intelligence and later than the Saudi ambassador to the United States and the United Kingdom. So this man for most of his life was an insider and was close. To power in Saudi Arabia. He clearly fell out of favor with the ascension of man and his son Hamad Benson men. The now crown prince and had become increasingly critical his stance on regional fairs shifted along with the two thousand eleven uprisings. He had is listening clinicians, which ran contrary to I think the prevailing a world view of the crown prince and others close to him, and he had left the country was living in the United States and writing very critically and prominently in the Washington Post and more recently, those articles have been translated into Arabic so he was seen as a bringing unwanted attention to the reform efforts that the crown prince was assuring in in their view was undermining those efforts and tarnishing the Saudis, reputation, internationally and most importantly with its key ally. Why the United States? Can I ask you about US president Donald Trump's response in in a wide seems unclear at first there were concerns about an arms deal? And now he's described it as one of the worst cover-ups ever way. Does the president stand on this? I'm not sure that he knows because his answers have been vague somewhat in coherent contradictory. They seem to have shifted over time. The story isn't going away it he's being forced to reckon with this in a way that I think his initial comments suggested he was not interested in he talked very brazenly. And I think for many people shockingly about arms deals of somehow, the kind of animating rationale the relationship and something that could be paramount always in our consideration. And that was the initial impulse right after this event hit the news as time has gone on. I think we've seen slightly more critical comments and whether they intended to to react. In this way, or not I think they are being forced to reckon with it. It's clearly a big issue in congress. And I would note that congressional frustration with Saudi Arabia has been building prior to this incident. Much of that focus on the war in Yemen frustration with the trajectory of the war frustration with the Saudi approach to the war. So this has only added to that it is a very difficult environment for Saudi Arabia in Washington because I do think the depth of frustration anger in congress is something that they're really going to have to contend with and his quite serious. This has put a spotlight on Muhammed Benson men's often reckless decision making whether that be in terms of his repression of political opponents at home or his conduct regionally and most prominently in the war in Yemen. So I imagine an I hope that issues like political prisoners in Saudi Arabia and the disastrous. Warren yemen. And it's almost unbelievable humanitarian consequences are going to be things that are brought front and center by these incidents. Mark Wahid Hanna from the century foundation. He was speaking to me from New York City.

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U.S. embassy in Haiti warns Americans to stay inside amid violence over fuel prices

01:19 min | 4 years ago

U.S. embassy in Haiti warns Americans to stay inside amid violence over fuel prices

"To the latest from nbc news radio americans in parts of haiti are being told to shelter in place angela anderson has the story there violent demonstrations against a sharp increase in fuel prices ordered by the government about one hundred twenty americans are trapped in a hotel in the capital port of france after protesters tried to set it on fire and storm the building police were able to keep them out the us embassy told americans on the island not to attempt to travel a drive through roadblocks and avoid any large gathering angela anderson nbc news radio former ucla and sacramento kings player tyler honeycutt is dead after a standoff with police in sherman oaks california multiple reports state he died from a self inflicted gunshot wound after barricading himself inside a home swat surrounded the home for hours before entering and finding honeycutt dead there was an exchange of gunfire with officers before his death the deputy director of the consumer financial protection bureau will be resigning from the agency brian shook has more leandra english said she will be leaving early next week claiming it's due to president trump nomination of kathy cran injure as the permanent director for the cfp she also will be dropping a lawsuit against the bureau which she filed in december against president trump and acting director mick mulvaney the senate banking committee is set to hold a hearing to.

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Democrats Flood Andrew McCabe With Federal Job Offers To Save His Pension

The Jonathon Brandmeier Show

02:22 min | 4 years ago

Democrats Flood Andrew McCabe With Federal Job Offers To Save His Pension

"With the jews controlling the weather and they wanna wreck the cities with natural disasters so they can fix them and then by them this is the democratic party this is what the democratic party is selling here andrew mccabe might have one last trick he could use to save his estimated sixty thousand dollar a year pension this is one of the many stories from over the weekend on this subject michael cran's writing this piece when attorney general jeff sessions fired fbi deputy director andrew mccabe late friday the twenty two year intelligence veteran lost his pension two days before he was set to retire not really true many lawmakers saw the trump administration's act as callous see the trump administration it's an internal doj department of justice investigation now four democratic members of the house of representatives have offered mccabe jobs in a last ditch effort to save his retirement benefits even that's a lie cnn estimated his pension at sixty thousand dollars a year after twenty twenty two years mccabe was set to retire from bureau on sunday his fiftieth birthday but sessions fired him because quote mccabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor including under oath on multiple occasions when they say lacked candor and again that is the the affliction the offense for which nineteen other fbi employees were fired last year the the the the charge of lacking candor when they've been brought in to discuss something presumably having to do with their work mccabe maintains that the firing was actually because of what he witnessed after president donald trump fired james comey as fbi director last may well that's obviously a crock here's here's just a a prima facial lie right here now if you wanted to shut him up you keep him at the fbi you don't fire him you fire him now he's free to go out and spill the beans right he's gonna go spill beans everywhere let's get mccabe in the in the.

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