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"crowell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"crowell" Discussed on WTOP
"Dulles. It is We'll be right back. We'll brought to you by Long Fence. Save 20 % on Long Fence decks, pavers and fences. be right back. We'll be right back. 1210 on WTOP Money News at 10 and 40 with Jeff Kleyball. Full sale inflation coming is down faster than retail inflation. Wholesale prices in May were up just 1 .1 % a from year ago. Wholesale inflation peaked at 11 .7 % in March of 2022. Chipmaker AMD will start shipping a new chip for artificial intelligence later this year, It's Nvidia, challenging which dominates the AI chip market. Demand for AI powerful accelerator chips is expected to quadruple by 2027. The $300 million selling dollar gut job and renovation of Metro's former headquarters at 5th and F is underway and developers just signed a big lease. In fact, it's the biggest DC office lease in four years. The Washington Business Journal says big law firm Crowell & Mooring will take almost 200 ,000 square feet of the building, half of the redeveloped space. The Dow is down 111 points. The S &P 500 index is up 13, the Nasdaq's up 55, almost a half percent, less than two hours to the Fed's interest rate announcement. Jeff Clable, WTOP news. Money news brought to you by Lowe's. Lowe's knows the best deals for dad. That's why this Father's Day you can shop best their gifts from the brands he loves for less. Shop Father's Day deals today. Coming up on WTOP, trying to meet mental health needs for college students now and in the future. I'm Neil Eichenstein. It's 1212. We got Verizon 5G home internet. It's from Verizon. choice, Safe right? Well, some things that look great end up being not so great. Like the time you bought a shrimp roll from a gas station. Or when you bought that used sports car. What about when we got Billy that drum set? The point is Verizon 5G home internet sounded great. But turned out to be something else. And faster, we deserve reliable internet. We deserve Xfinity. It's time for better internet. Switch to Xfinity. Learn more at Xfinity dot com slash Verizon 5G facts. Now through June 21st get started with 200 megabit per second Xfinity internet with Wi Fi equipment included. It's all just $25 a month for two years with no annual contract. You can save up to $600 in your first two years over Verizon. Go to Xfinity dot com slash Verizon 5G facts. Call 1 -800 -XFINITY or visit a store today. Requires paperless billing and auto pay with stored bank account. Options apply. Taxes and fees extra. After promo regular internet rates apply. Actual speeds vary. Compares Xfinity is part of Verizon 5G home plan. Man this is a nice truck. Yeah check this out. What? I changed it to remind me of my time at sea. Weren't you in the Air Force? Yeah but I really love the ocean. You could save and get $200 with Navy Federal Credit Union when you refinance your auto another loans from lender. Leaving you with extra to spend on other things. Navy Federal Credit Union our members the are mission. Credit and collateral subject to approval. Refinance loans must be at least $5 ,000 to be eligible for the $200. Terms and conditions apply. Learn more at navyfederal .org. Hi I'm Sally back with more Great Wolf Lodge Breaking news the new lodge in Maryland is opening with some awesome new features. Here's Steven reporting live.
"crowell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. I'm Lisa John president Joe Biden says he expects to soon speak with president Xi Jinping about the Chinese balloon shot down by the U.S. earlier this month. Biden says, though, he will make no apologies for taking down the balloon. Senator John fetterman checked himself into Walter Reed national military medical center Wednesday night to be treated for clinical depression. Veteran suffered a stroke last year, doctor Leah crowell and neurologist at temple health in Philadelphia says depression can be related to strokes. It happens in more than one third of stroke patients. And that can happen as a result of exactly what part of the brain was implicated in the stroke. Both sides of the aisle have offered support for fetterman, Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz tweeted mental illness is real and serious, I hope he gets the care he needs. Americans have racked up nearly $1 trillion in credit card debt. Bloomberg's at Baxter as the story. This is definitely the result of Americans wanting to buy things and spend running smack dab into inflation. Most of the increase came in the final quarter of 2022 and it breaks a record set in 2019. And the $61 billion bump from the prior quarter was the biggest scene in data going back to 19 99. Now, along with users just swiping and Tapping more, they're also missing payments with delinquency rates surpassing pre-pandemic averages. In San Francisco, I'm at Baxter, Bloomberg radio. A big change is coming to a daytime talk show after 6 years Ryan Seacrest is leaving live. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr. And this is Bloomberg. From the progressive presents, adjusting to the suburbs. It never dawned on me how much walking I used to do until I bought a house in the suburbs. Like when I'd say, I'm going for coffee. Of course I was walking. But now it's like three miles and no lattes worth that. I find myself inviting people on walks with me, like it's a schedule of activity. This morning, my neighbor asked me what I'm doing, and I actually said, I'm going for a walk
"crowell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Right, Jeff, thank you. Now another legal story where watching Vanessa Bryant, the widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant is suing Los Angeles County, saying her privacy was invaded, when sheriff's deputies and firefighters shared photos of the crash side with their friends in college. The trial is expected to last about two weeks and witnesses will likely include Vanessa Bryant and LA county sheriff Alex villanueva. For more in the case, Bloomberg's doing grosso speaks to Warrington Parker, a partner at crowell and mooring. A primary issue in the case is whether she suffered emotional distress as a result of the county's actions. So Los Angeles County officials are arguing that she suffered emotional distress from the death of her husband and daughter. Rather than distress that the photos were leaked, how can a jury separate those? Well, emotional distress damages are always a very difficult thing, both to prove and to disprove, right? It's just how much are you hurt and there's no clear marker for that. However, I think the county has a difficult time with that argument made. Certainly, without any dispute, someone suffers emotional distress when a loved one died. But I think it is within the realm of experience and probability that you can exacerbate that emotional distress by mistreating the family of loved ones or taking photos. Really, according to appoint us at least, almost like it was a trophy hunting type of experience. And I think any rational person can separate out one trauma from another. Now, does that impact your damages perhaps? Yes. It doesn't make it impossible to conceive that she suffered additional emotional distress because of these photos. I don't think that's true. Which side do you think has the better case here? Right now, I like plaintiff's chances and let me tell you what I'm thinking. You have a case where word photos were taken. And there is a history of these photos being taken in a cool book. You have a case in which people have at least as pointless painted have lied outright lie about what they did with the photos and why. You have the defendant saying that these photos were taken and then distributed for the purposes of training. But you have them distributed at a bar, you have the distributed to a person playing a video game. You have a distributed and awards ceremony. That doesn't make sense. And I know that the defendants are saying that they immediately told people to remove it from their phone in order to mitigate any continuing. But there was no attempt to ensure that these photos were in fact destroyed. And it looks more like they were trying to cover up more than anything else to add the extra spice is you have at least one of the deputy saying, should we really do this? We've gotten in trouble before for this. And as Warrington Parker, a partner at crowell and mooring, speaking
"crowell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And a restaurant host, so a real cross section of LA. Educated jury for a comedy of LA. It's a cross section. It's both educated and come with work experience. But this is also a function of it being in federal court where I think the voting will supply the name for the juror. But in LA county or the central district of California, which includes more than LA county. You can give people who are much less educated and experienced in this jury. I tend to think that that also weighs in favor of plaintiffs in this case. I don't think this is the case. Where you need to have a jury with less experience or less education. Thanks for being on the show. That's Warrington Parker, a partner crowell and mooring. Vanessa Bryant also sued the helicopter charter company and the deceased pilot's estate. She and other families reached a settlement with the helicopter company last summer. And after the scandal over the photos, the sheriff's department sponsored legislation that makes it a crime for peace officers and other first responders to take unauthorized photos of dead people at the scene of a crime or accident. It's called the Kobe Bryant privacy law. Coming up next on the Bloomberg law show, book bands are on the rise. Book bands and challenges doubled from 2020 to 2021, according to the American library association. What's causing the uptick? And remember you can always
"crowell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thanked the fans as thousands gathered to celebrate the lives of her husband, Kobe Bryant, and their daughter Gianna. At LA Staples Center after their deaths in a helicopter crash in January of 2020. The outpouring of love and support that my family has felt from around the world has been so uplifting. Now Brian is taking on Los Angeles County in federal court, saying her privacy was invaded when sheriff's deputies and firefighters shared crash site photos with their friends and colleagues. Join me as Warrington Parker, a partner crowell and mooring. Explain what her causes of action are she is doing over three different things. One is the invasion of her right to privacy. That is that people have the right to privacy as to photos and content of materials relating to the death of a loved one. The second is negligent that LA county and the sheriff's department, the fire department and the individuals negligently disclosed these materials, which are the photos of Kobe Bryant and his daughter. And then the third is the statutory crime. It's called a section 1983 action, which is that constitutional deposits like la violated by the disclosure of the various photographs. Are any of these claims unique in this kind of situation? It is certainly unique. This doesn't happen every day. But in reading the various papers, there appears to be cases
"crowell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take this is Bloomberg radio What's important here is how the investor risk appetite has been Earnings will start to matter more because that's going to be the key to driving markets higher There is a risk to growth especially in the second half of the year But this is how to rate a Titan in a clearly I think it's a bumpy ride This is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich What did Russell Crowe say Lisa are you not entertained Can you do that accent I bet you Tom can I'm sure he can Do it another time two K from New York City Good morning good morning to you all with Tom keen and Lisa Brandt Sam Jonathan Ferro futures down 7 on the S&P negative a little more than a tenth of 1% Tom Keane this morning it's quiet This month anything bad Anything Biden you wonder what February Russell crowell celebrating ash party winning the Australia open no doubt and John what we're going to see here about who wins what I love here John is the battle You've outlined the parlor game of rate increases in all that devolving back to economic growth How do we know We know we're going to be Friday or next Monday with a lot more data on our belt And as far as that data is concerned Tom and this Friday we're expecting it to be softer on payrolls you may even have a negative number Will that change the rate height conversation Will it change it in any way shape or form It's going to be a crime There's no question about it I'm a crime's going to play into all this data What I would suggest John as you see 2% GDP maybe is something for Q one How do we frame the second quarter GDP We're not there yet but maybe we begin to see that exactly one week from now At least there's a new consensus on the street becomes 5 hikes Yeah 5 hikes right now And really the question is is this as good as it gets I mean if you want to quote Russell Crowe I'm going to quote Jack Nicholson But at a certain point and we're going to get better growth ahead or just and we've seen over the past decade or is this kind of the peak And as the inflation going to decelerate growth in a way that could potentially be problematic And that I think is what you're seeing the suggestions of in the yield curve That's what's fascinating about the Steve thing that are cool over a standard chartered We'll get into the treasury calls a little bit later this morning that come from Stan chart But Tom a more definitive slowing as the year progresses slowing not just of inflation but of growth through the back end of this year That's the standard charter call At the bottom of his note from last week he talks about a risk rally And you know after what we saw on Friday and I'm not in any way predicting the market but John we begin February essentially this Monday was a 28.80 vix There's some angst out there but nothing like what we saw a week ago If you long the NASDAQ you're hoping for more of the same from this morning of another four tenths of 1% of the NASDAQ up 57 is Tom points out earnings earnings earnings Amazon a little bit later this week The S&P 500 down two tenths of 1% We are negative at 9 points there on the day We're down just a bit on the month We're down to 7% In the bond market yields are higher at the front and the back end up two basis points on ten to Lisa one to 78 56 Yeah really the question is is this going to be a front loaded Federal Reserve Is a 50 basis point rate hike at the March meeting completely off the table at 1130 a.m. perhaps San Francisco fed president Mary Daly will talk about it She's having an interview with Reuters live This of course goes to the Raphael bostic quote in the Financial Times over the weekend the Atlanta fed president coming out and saying if the data say things have evolved in a way that a 50 basis point move is required to be appropriate then I'm going to lean into that If moving in successive meetings make sense I'll be comfortable with that John you pointed out this does not mean that he supports a 50 basis point hike But it means that it's not off the table Okay maybe a hundred basis point hike Is that off the table But really the issue is do they see a problematic amount of inflation that they want to get ahead of And do they suggest with their moves that that is what they're doing Then today what you get is the U.S. Census Bureau coming out with a report about the incomes of older Americans The reason why this is interesting to me is because you've seen the participation rates stay very low for those age 55 and older in the United States Basically retiring They've made a lot of money in the stock market It's not a great job market And frankly a lot of people are worried It is a great job market but not necessarily for the jobs that they're going to want to do especially if there is a problem with respect to COVID So how much do we see any information on that And at 2 p.m. Qatar's Amir will visit President Biden to discuss supplying Europe with more liquefied natural gas among others how much can the U.S. get support from other nations to help support Europe in the case that the conflagration between Ukraine and Russia continues to get worse and you've seen Brent crude rise to the highest levels in 7 years through $90 surging the most this month I mean I was looking at the returns this month John More than 16% You've seen that climb in Brent crude The most of both Brent and deputy on a single month Can we nail down the brammo call on fed hikes Is it a hundred basis points now for March Lisa Anything's on the table I'll just say that We're all honestly What seems likely is a 25 basis point hike It seems unlikely they'd go 50 basis points But what they say about the balance sheet what they say about the parameters that would push them.
RODNEY CROWELL Launches Vincent Neil Emerson
"Hi rodney crowd. Welcome to the show. Welcome to launch left are our you. I'm good what an honor to be speaking to you. my god. you're just an incredible career and more than that like you. As an artist have been such an incredible influence on so many other artists and Helped pave the way in a left of center way In country and and pop and and production all of that. I could sing your praises and speak about your accolades for a while. But the question burning question i have is about the intersection between What every artist wants to have your music be heard by white audience and not compromise your creativity in to do so I feel like you could speak to that. And i'm just curious where your journey is. Ben if you feel like sharing a sure happy to share. I'm here to protect and serve Well you know funny. You should ask of actually given that some thought. I was speaking to my co producer slash son-in-law Just a little earlier today. We were talking about that very thing. I said you know During the most commercial part of my career. When when i was you know top the charts and stuff. I was not comfortable in my body at the time and Maybe psychologically i i sort of started trying to wiggle out of it in a way because it felt like there is a trap that i had allowed Laid for myself. Which is that thing you know when you when people are when you're on the top of the radio charts. You know in this some time ago so you walk into a room. People look at you know certain way
"crowell" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"From Alcatraz Escape From New York. John Carpenter. What's the guys name? The actor? Married to Goldie Hawn. Do I can't remember Brussels. Brussels was Snake Plissken. The attorney Manhattan Island into a prisoner and it just got completely overrun. And then they somehow kidnapped the president? No, no, no idea. We've seen how far this can go. Just not this. Just apply to Alcatraz. These are only The Killers. Okay, these are all the people were charged for keeping alive that actually kill people, that really should be killed by the death penalty because in order they, they killed a little kid. You know, they wish to kill them but instead of us killing them and saying, okay, well you know constantly Crowell. Okay. Here's we're going to do, we're going to set you free, but you can only go right here on Alcatraz with the other killers and all the be an Island full of killers. If they kill each other, we won't even know or care of, you know, just be all debt. And then we drop off the next bunch of killers. And they, it's a survival thing. It could be a reality T show. Talk address could become like a high-rise with Killers all the way up to them. 7th floor. Yeah, but my point is that you take the pressure financially off the prison system, all these people that are killers, you put them on the killer Island, you call it or whatever you call it and let them deal with each other, okay? What is the real killers about the non killers that go to jail? They don't go to Alcatraz. Well, no, no. Now they get the nice rooms now because they're not killers of the rapist. Gets a nice rooms know, they don't get the job to flesh. This out a little bit more. Should be a wink of Alcatraz rapist in the in the child molesters? Well yeah, sure obviously, there there are levels of crime, you know, you don't want to have but someone who took of all, I think we all know that, that amount of money we pay for these people to be, but in some states there. Now, they're just letting them out cuz we don't understand, we don't have room. Okay. And they're letting out Killers. Yeah, yeah. It's scary. Who's in charge of that decision, and why is it being made? Yeah. And and you Patrol Alcatraz with a bunch of boats guys with machine guns. So no one can swim away. What do you think? I like getting more expensive now. Yeah. What else? He gets up more expensive than keeping, these people left. That's true and doing their laundry. I mean, they can figure out, I think maybe, hey, you never come back. Twenty years later, maybe, they're all nice. And then, you know, they they figured out how to do all that stuff. Laundry electricity, it's like Gilligan's Island except there's no Ginger, no Marianne, it's not even a mrs. Howell there could be Ginger and Mary Ann, right? I just took a killing I prefer the Cool Hand, Luke prism more of those. Less of these opulent huge prison, just more some Backwater piece of shit surrounded by like chicken wire. That's right. Where you can go there and eat fifty eggs and cheese, live, your life and watch women, wash their car and just ask for forgiveness, every day that you ever commited the crime to get into that situation. Okay, well, I got the only other problem I got left on my list. I really think what's its gun violence in the cities and I have that, you know, that I talked about this two, three, four, five, six, eight ten weeks ago, yeah, about metal detectors. I'm going to put my life savings into metal, detector on violence or gum violence. No gun gun. Check out about the worst thing you can do with gum and sticking someone's hair. You know Bazooka Joe is out of control metal detector mandatory sentences for unregistered firearms possession. And here's how you do that you say okay we have a new law, okay? If we if you're caught with a gun, that is not a gun registered, legally registered. Yeah. You're in prison for a year. No, there's no questions asked. You're in prison for a year. I don't care who you are. What you're doing with that gun cuz now, you know, the law. You can't get that gun. Now, what happens? Well, you're able to lock up a lot of people who shouldn't have those guns and your lock them up for you. You get the gun off the street, and you do that with stop-and-frisk. I have an idea. What's that a new show that call Judge Mikey but I'm not a judge I know but you it's good though you don't judge the judge it might be my least favorite person on Fox News meant Judge Jeanine Jeanine. Oh yeah he's just I mean I don't disagree with a lot of things. She says it's the way. She says that she's so irritating wage. Imagine her being the, the prosecutor and you're you're in court and she's coming after you. Did you see that? Brian stelter video where Michael Wolfe Geico off? My God, he got that fat. He was, he was right on the money. He was he didn't actually say anything that was untrue or you don't even really exaggerated either. And it was fun. Looking at others face through the whole thing and then he says, so maybe we'll have you back on again sometime soon. He goes see you. You can see stealth or die inside. Oh, that was so great. That was famous. So I've solved today off. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, 9 12, major issues. Thanks Mike busy boy. I'd like to invite anybody who disagrees with any of my opinions on that to tweet me at Planet. My key and I'll be happy to have a dialogue with you. Any of these things. I don't do any of these. I don't write down these things to be mean to anybody on the contrary, I'm trying to solve the meanest problem that is inherent in this life situation in, which were living, you should run for Congress. Yeah, with my track record. Tell us about that track down the car wash. You forget who are makes you president was yeah quite a nice little track record of public. Not like arrest getting arrested but he's done plenty of outlets things. Oh, well, yeah, but so what our current president Manuel, I was, I remember Jimmy Carter, when Jimmy, Carter was president, he's ever said, he's a nice guy. Peanut farmer for Georgia. Well, guess what hath? He's a nice guy. I ran owned us had our hostages for four hundred days. Inflation took off. I had 18% mortgage rate on my house and gas prices tripled but you can still run for Congress. No, I don't. I got a bad. I got a bad track record. You know, is that there was that thing? You know, that? Well, that thing off and then those two people that said, I bought that thing that I supposed to get mine, I wouldn't that would make you a liquor cultural pop here. I mean, you know, I got that going on and, and the shank or Source, those So in honor of our friend who neither Smitty nor been have somehow been able to book, I'm going to take care of this much, like pigeon, been and I into this thing, where we're actually making the attempt, what have you done, but I'm going to reach out to her on Twitter and I'm going to say the best way of doing, I'm going to say Tatiana zappardino. I'm going to give you $500 for a back rub know. If, if, if you come on my podcast off $500 and a my grandma's coffee cake. How could she resist? That's what I'm saying. That I would do it. Blueberry, I'm going to throw that if she says no, then I'll know that. She doesn't like black coffee.
"crowell" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"As well. But i always said i always said i felt like i met someone new. Didn't need me at all. Brian by when i met her she had friends car. You know a life dog a job during business. All these things. And i was also had almost the same staff by and we didn't necessarily need one another need need. Horiuchi wasn't relying on me for anything. If i wasn't in the picture maybe wouldn't have. It would have been lonelier have had the friendship that we have wife were gone on and there was something really magical about being completely independent and yet going through life together in that manner. Yeah yeah finding this subtle ways to merge that home will you did a beautiful job describing what it is to not have to work on problems primarily not such your perfect country do in a more money away but primarily you get to work on had. How do we really sweeten the pot. That's fine and then spread york to spread cool. Thank you won't sell much both mr dog and brad and leslie. This was amazing. I really appreciate you opening up being vulnerable like that and letting us alert listeners. Learned from you thank you. Did you enjoy that episode. Personal favor and scribe and leave a review. It would mean a lot to me. Thank you so much and have an awesome day..
"crowell" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"Exactly exactly exactly and we can go three or four levels at another attention know get settlers but the whole point is it's fun it's enjoyable. It's completing and none of us rise. It's not a matter of being perfect matter of having an arrow. And you say god. I brought in a little bit more this into our life. How cool has this feels. You feel the signup guys sounds really self-aware and really thinking people working in growing so just take this further former last question. I like if everyone of you could answer me would be awesome. How do you describe an extraordinary relationship without using love connection in for you guys. I wanna put intentional. You defined an extraordinary relationship. Thought it's almost like i. You know. I think you should go. I think i think you should go first to is. I would say extraordinary relationship includes excitement respect. I know i know that that mr robert struck is gonna fun stealing your word. There is where two people can find enjoyment in n. Each other and tackle life together or they're both maybe not going for exactly the same but you're running parallel to each other and you can be friends along way friends and lovers in all of that. You know if it's a romantic relationship. That's an extraordinary relationship where you can support each other while you're both chasing your dreams and maybe those dreams are exactly the same more closely aligned We work on ourselves alone as on our own self and then we bring that together and so meeting each others needs makes that relationship whole and well but also knowing that that he adds to my life and not is it and i hope the same right so like i feel like. He's an icing on the cake versus the other ingredients. That make up the cake with me. And i think that makes it is if we if to keep that is makes them relationship extraordinary..
"crowell" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"For for the for the work. I recharged saying words. She's very much a. She's like a gregarious. Introver- and fan. I am am like i'm actually willing to be a more of like an inverted extrovert. Which is weird to say. But i used to just go be in public just a bar or sit in a coffee shop. I don't need to talk to anyone but for me. I recharge in that seven. Where she's the exact opposite. She can be out in about the life of the party but her recharge time is like. Don't talk to me. i need. I need to read my book and just like yes. I was thinking like what needs. Can i give myself for sweat beads. Do i need from him. And i think that that's going to take a little bit of time. But we're not people who forget questions that are unanswered Shinzo i feel like she'll be some food for thought and i think it's helpful like i'm so rebekah my schedule so redacted. I think that's it's easier for me to to to do that. He really does thrive off of being rebellious schedule. I hope it's a lot harder. Because i was like well. Do you want me to help. Hold your cowl designing. He said he wanted to do in the morning. Or do you. Do you want to be your choice. Because i can help but i think I think that you know it's so fast. So interesting is what what what makes also love each other so much is very opposite of how each other functions and so what do we need together. Delight get the needs. We can't give ourselves met is unique and exactly and if you don't have a source of really looking at detailed needs it's worth looking at the source i gave you in also in also the a beautiful way if you're really let's say doing what you love and you guys are okay. That's a real test. Then you get to see life as not problems or even the word needs can have kind of a negative connotation it's more ways of being close another way of saying if you see it as a hero ski of of goods and you can see let. Let's say you have seventy five or fifty or twenty or can goods that you say these are all good. We're looking at what we're not primarily looking at problems we're looking at we're looking at. How do we sweden our life. So you get to your routine lesson. You get to have your privacy in as long as you find a way where that's not really injuring the relationship. That's absolutely one of those goods. And you know brad you you get to find a way is harder but maybe you you need to be resourceful with zooming more friends than having more extroverted time more. You would know better than me how you might be able to doubt during this time. Who's not been missing that for sure. It's like interviewer in the extra so zooming other. People isn't giving you what you need to be by yourself in a room or yeah and it's You know we. You know toasts to their neighbors. But it's still not like you know it's not like environment that that was always for me like really a fuel fueling the other the other the other thing is that the voice of says we're doing great and at one level doing great. We're at the time of covid. The time where people spousal abuse is going up were where people are being cruel to each other. We're we're in this conversation. We're not talking about serious problems or even problems we're talking about..
"crowell" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"But i know my priority is not only to be loyal to my relationship with myself and there's nothing unless its survival flat out or a deeply felt need to take care of employees. I know very well. Nobody is going to stop me from taking my time off and there's not conviction inside you where you're you're doing that and it sounds a little bit vague in terms of your minds which is probably what's allowing it to be Well gee take night offer nod versus unless an emergency happens. We're taking this day off and everybody in our network knows that i'd say that's fair. You know I come from music. And i used to dedicate writing time of like by phones off. Don't bother me. Don't call me amount available period than that was very intentional whereas now it's like it'd be nice if we could take saturday off and we just kind of like i gotta i gotta handle so all the student real quick and then that's four hours later so that's fair. You know but i coming back to your question. What do we need in our relationship. Am i think. I think that attention with the it is actually probably the root of them. There's a sense of leading life happen to you as opposed to participating in it. Actually i mean i think two forces that most people in the world whether it's you or whether it's the listener one is success and survival in a maxi adding a third one is the fear of not being able to have those first two and when you have those is underground drives which we all do. Maybe not underground may be overground. Does a- tendency to fool ourselves and to think that we don't really have the time when we do is is like for example health and laos and friendship. I don't care inlet less. I have to do it to survive in the world. I'm not giving up any of those. Those are my intention..
"crowell" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"Sylvain. The show knows with everything that you need. Thank you so much. Leslie logo and brad couch car. Will i hope i'm pronouncing your name correctly. Think you guys for being here. I'm so excited. Let's get this party. Started actually one more thing before we start this. I just gotta give this legal warning aid is not on your therapy you. You're just having conversation just for you guys to learn and just have fun. So let's do this robert stock the floor ears so i would love to hear from both of you briefly. What you feel is most needed for you to be more fulfilled more intimate more connected and say in a way that expressing your needs rather than complaints just just to really highlight if i could give my partner. Give each of you a lobotomy. Many lobotomy. i'd i'd move in a little bit gentler. Lobotomy but if i if i could shift things a little bit with you i'd have you be xyz a little bit different in this way or that way. I feel that we need more more time away from business. Which is something that we are working on. However i'm a more impatient with my knees so busy sooner than later however i think that a lot of what we do well is that we work so well together and we put out so much great work for our our members in our clients and we almost do it too well in that. We don't take time for ourselves away from the business. I think that that would be my legacy. If i look at all of it. It's fair to say that we work a lot. It's kind of a Berry everything has shifted so much with code that our whole life revolves around what we think we need to do to keep the lights where there was this strange understanding before cove in that life. I can turn off at six pm or seven pm you can like set those boundaries but then like there was this frenetic like beer. That just happened. I think society almost Scramble to make everything happen so yeah. I absolutely agree that that taking time away from work to even work on our personal lives. That would be something that we need. But i think also to. Maybe your your question was more geared about what we need from each other. Is that what you mean. Yeah yeah. I mean this. That qualifies minute. But yes i would lie then i would just need more time with my husband on a day off more days off nine more days off like i really love what we do so much and i have a lot of fun doing it but and i do. I do agree. Like i think a lot of what we a lot of. What has happened in the recent eleven months is not having that time together is because of covid like there's already that right because we're more connected at the hip than we've ever been yet we don't feel like we have time together right so i think You know what is interesting is as as as a lighted into the tunnel of cova. When and what. I would need to make sure that we are finding ways to get out of this like kobe tying where.
"crowell" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"Hey guys it's sti your host of life Podcast where people with all sorts of backgrounds challenges own life experience. Show us how they make their relationship extraordinary..
"crowell" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"And john dies. Yeah yeah while. They're questioning dave. He tells them like your friend. He's dead he's dead. And but then. Dave like escapes and gets a phone call john john like what john had even said prior to this he's like i made eight phone calls like a bunch of phone calls so you're probably going to receive phone calls for me in the future and he's like that doesn't make any sense. It does yeah and he also tells him because there's a cop. That's in the room with dave before he escapes news. That's not even a cop. He's not even there check the reflection. Yeah and then that thing attacks yes and his mustache flies off he says. Can it hurt me. And he's like. Oh yeah. I can hurt you. They proceed to get into fighting mustache. Rips often flies at him like a bat. It's weird anyway. John gets out and he's talking to him on the phone and then he realizes this phone is broken. These like this phone shouldn't even be working. And he's like go by a hours. He's all right so buys a worst and then he puts the brought up to his ear. Phone like a banana phone and he could hear him through that so he's not really needing the phone he can here because the soy sauce. Yes connecting them. John kind of guides him on the phone to wear bob marley's house yeah and he goes there and he takes more soy sauce and he sees a video like on his tv of of himself of dave getting shot by that cop yup and say oh shit yeah so he takes the soy sauce and then all of a sudden the cop the detective shows up and does shoot him but john time troubles when he takes the soya sauce. Yeah and he. He goes all the way back to in. The bullet was manufactured and messes with it. Yeah and causes the bullet that shoots him to not of the fact him yeah. I don't know if that would work. I don't know how like a projectile like you like even if it's still it would hurt like you. Just ask like actors have been shot. Accidentally died like while filming a movie like with blanks and stuff like like the crow brandon lee brandon lee. Yeah like that's fucked up. Yeah consider the crowell horror movie another movie. Yeah i would say no. But i do like that movie. I have on the cost for sure. I haven't seen them movie. I remember i love the soundtrack. Centrex motassedeq good songs on the band's back from back then Nine inch nails is on there right. Yeah they do cover. Violent films are on there. St on there. I don't know i remember. I used to listen to that. Soundtrack called medicine. There was a good soundtrack. Yeah i used to listen to it a lot. Let's listen to that okay. Yeah bs so he goes back in time and you affects the bullet so that it doesn't hurt him. Yeah then the cop leaves and john still. David still alive so keeps going to burn the house down. Yeah well he started on fire but yeah david wakes up and he gets out of there and he gets saved because the dog drives drives the car. The car again. It's really weird. John was like he like took over the dog. I think right. I guess listen. There's a lot of this stuff..
"crowell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Benjamin Wynne. He's in L. A based producer and composer, and that's called the overview effect from his album called Thorn in two Somewhere underneath. All of that highly Elektronik. Processing and distortion are the sounds of woodwinds and brass instruments. The musical didna that Daryl was working with On this edition of new sounds. We're hearing musicians using distortion and processing and other effects to kind of mask work dramatically change the sound of Of their source. Material up. Next is AH Piece by Simon German spelled J. E. R. M Y. N and his band called Spirit Spout the title that he took from Moby Dick. The album, also called Spirits about features A lot of New York musicians, the drummer Jim Black, the guitarist and synth player, David Crowell from the band Imperial Atlas Jo brand support from the band cellar and point also playing synthesizers. And a couple of other Irish musicians Linda Buckley, the vocalist and composer, and on this piece, you'll hear the voice of air Lola Nard, the great Shawn No singer from Ireland, who's now based in New Jersey. And when he sings in Irish, it's pretty clear, But the rest of what's going on is by no means clear. There is this kind of haze of processing over the sounds of the guitars, the bass and the keyboards. From from the band Spirit spout. We'll follow that with music by Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore. Meg has been on our program before. As a member of the band s Spurs kind of psychedelic folk band from Philadelphia on does numerous other things, most of them folk based And Mary Lattimore, Also originally from Philadelphia, is ah Harp player whose music often involves extended improvisational techniques and electronic processing and stuff like that. So in their song damaged sunset, You can pretty clearly here Meg Baird singing and playing the guitar. But then again, there's this hazy background, this atmosphere that she's playing within. Which is created by the harpist Marry Latimore. You would be very, very hard pressed to be able to identify the harp as the sound source in that piece that will follow this music from the ensemble known as Spirit spout..
"crowell" Discussed on WTOP
"Hotel in Fulton. Dale Free hit me while I was in bed. I got up. I had no power couldn't see anything. I got up. I got dressed right immediately. And then I heard the screams of the hallway. All the sirens and the alarms going off, CBS and Stacey Lynn says the U. S. Has a new secretary of State. The fourth member of President Biden's Cabinet is now in place with the Senate confirming Antony Blinken. The yays are 78. The nays are 22. The nomination is confirmed. Lincoln has been part of the president's inner circle for years. He served in the past two Democratic administrations. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's the right one for the job. Mr Blinken is just the right person to rebuild and reassert America's national security prerogatives on the global stage and re establish the first instrument of American power. Stacey Lynn CBS News Capitol Hill happening Moments ago, Russia Senators formally sworn in his jurors for the impeachment trial of former president Trump trying was set to begin in two weeks. The Dow was up 35. This is CBS News. New Michelin endurance XT Silicone wiper blades are real world proven for extreme weather performance lasting two times longer than other blades only available at WalMart 303 d T. O p on this Tuesday, January 26 2021 boggy conditions right now 36 in Washington. Good afternoon. I'm Sean Anderson. And I'm Hilary Howard. Now to our top local story. At least six Mass Corona virus vaccine sites are coming to Maryland. The governor says one will be at six flags and Prince George's county, where vaccines for some people start February. 5th. The Baltimore Convention Center is also opening one that day, but Governor Hogan continues to urge you to be patient covered 19 vaccination campaign. Is the largest peacetime undertaking. In history. And a swift death any massive new effort. Nation is facing some serious obstacles. Hogan says. The biggest obstacle in getting people vaccinated is the low supply of vaccine coming from the federal government. He says. The state needs 12 million doses to give shots to all of Maryland's population, and only 6% of that has been received. Montgomery County's covered 19 website is due to get an update, so the people eligible for their vaccinations can pre register. But there is still plenty of confusion. Montgomery County Council vice versa and Gabe are Bono's says the questions just keep coming, He says he's been bombarded by emails, questions. Phone calls. You know people who are frustrated, angry, scared. Residents want clarity on who can get a covert 19 vaccination and when Dr. Rodney Crowell, the county's Department of Health and human services director, said the website is being updated so more people can pre register. But he cautions. It's important understand that pre registration does not mean that you have an appointment for vaccination registration that gives us a list of folks that we could draw from as we as we complete our backs, stations and earlier phases and with earlier populations. Kate Ryan w T o P. News. Meantime, Anna Randall County businesses will soon be able to return to half Capacity. That's because the county executive says the coronavirus metrics are trending downward in a rental county executive Stuart Pittman says his impending executive order will go into effect on Friday. It will include moving most of the businesses that are a 25% capacity restriction to 50% so that would include restaurants. Meanwhile, Pittman is preparing for a meeting with Governor Larry Hogan to discuss frustrations and suggest improvements to the states vaccine rollout. I was surprised that the state decided that they were going to shit. Their allocation more to the pharmacy's the ones that are having a tougher time getting into people's arms rather than using health departments that were doing better, he says. He plans to suggest that each county set up one centralized vaccine registration system. Meghan Cloherty w T. O P. News. 306, the acting chief of the Capitol Police, is apologizing to Congress today in a closed door briefing. She admits the department should have been more prepared for the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Frandsen serious apology she calls January 6th a terrorist attack and acting U. S. Capitol Police chief Yoga Nonda. Pittman details what she calls failings. Briefing the House Appropriations Committee. Pittman says the inability to immediately secure the capital emboldened the insurrectionists. That apartment should have been more prepared it new militia groups and white supremacists were coming that some participants intended to bring firearms and other weapons. That there was a strong potential for violence and that Congress was the target. She also says a request for National Guard support May days before the attack was denied by the capital Police board that declined to declare state of emergency Christi King w. T O P News also scheduled to brief the same house committee today about the capital riot. The commander of the D. C. National Guard, Major General William J. Walker says the Pentagon limited his authority in advance of the pro Trump protesters. January 6th Walker tells The Washington Post while local commanders typically have the power to act on their own during emergencies. In this case, he needed approval from higher ups as the deadly attack unfolded. He says. Even though a quick reaction force of some 40 National Guard members was put together in advance, That force could not respond until Walker got the okay from the Army secretary and acting defense secretary. Stay with us here on Double D T O P coming up at another name to the long list of people who want to be the next governor of Virginia and a journalism giant is retiring. We'll talk about that as well. 307 years, Chanda Chan, an American military university MBA grad. To it and entrepreneur on leading forward the link between higher education and our future government work force sponsored by American Military University. I think the educators and business go hand in hand and American military University specifically have helped me online so my world hasn't changed dramatically. But it has impacted the business aspect because I'm having to be able to connect with clients and prospect online and virtually basically living in the virtual world even more so now than I divorce ever before..
Inmate at Washington DC Jail Dies of Coronavirus, in First Virus Death at Facility
"Says he has lost the first inmate to the coronavirus the man who was charged with murder never got his day in court it press conference DC mayor Muriel Bowser learns the city's first inmate died from covered nineteenth Mr D. R. Crowell fifty one passed this morning D. on crawl was hospitalized April seventh after he was screened for symptoms he was awaiting his murder trial set for may browse our says her team is regularly updating her on the city's vulnerable populations make sure that residents in our care are receiving all of the equipment that they need and supplies the ACLU of DC has filed suit against the city for what it says are awful conditions inside DC jail during the Copa nineteen crisis calling crawls death quote a foregone
Could micro-organisms revolutionise our food?
"For the first time will also be recording this for video on our Youtube Channel so today we're here to talk about Crowell food an extreme file is a microbe that can survive in extreme conditions one star up in Chicago has found a way of turning these microbes rapa creatures into an edible protein part of a growing trend towards a microbial revolution in Food and agriculture could microbes hold the key to feeding a growing relation here with me in the studio to discuss this is Emiko Tarazona commodities correspondent and Clive Cookson science editor thanks for joining today Emiko to start with tell us a bit about this company and what it is trying to do so sustainable biproduct is a start up in the US yes and it's turning and micro that discovered in yellowstone national park into protein so they are going to use precision fermentation and they again A to turn this protein into alternative dairy and meat products like burgers and microbial base cheese wow has it garnered much first from investor's overall the search for alternative proteins is such a hot topic in Food and agriculture these days and comes as increasing income uh-huh in developing countries and when populations become more rich they moved from carbohydrates to prestige products I meet but people can't continue easing me because of the environmental is also health concerns as well so we've had the plant based meat products impossible Burger and beyond meat and the search is on for alternative sources of protein among entrepreneurs and scientists and so yes investors are we interested sustainable by products is raised she three million early this year from companies including France's Danone and Archer Daniels Midland which is an agricultural trade we've got some really serious money behind them what to these products actually tastes like have you tried any yourself when you talk about protein means you'll have a protein which is a source of the product by the vehicle for the taste so I think the idea there is to reduce the taste of the channel whatever you using it sauce itself like pre protein which is used in beyond meat you don't want it tastes like peas yeah so you want the protein to be pures possible with Mike I have not tasted was actually not on the market so I have not tasted volcanic microbial burgers but the other uses with proteins is as food ingredient to enhance the taste of a certain product or change the way the product tastes for instance impossible foods I uses a protein called him which is made from soy and that is made from precision fermentation and it adds the meaty taste gene. The bugah wow so how optimistic are you I mean is this pine sky or do you think this is genuinely changing the way that we wing to source proteins in our food well I didn't think it's Pine Sky Tool because you already have corn for instance that is more not not C. O. R. A. But exactly due to you O. R. N. and that is made from a micro protein which is a sort of fungus and that's been around forever clive you know better than me in Qu'une dates back to the nineteen eighties and it's a good thing to think of anyone has headcorn it is as you said a vehicle for taste quarter is growing out of single celled fungus which you can define `as Microbe F- Initiative Mike Grove is somewhat stretchy incubators any organism that you can't see with the naked eye as the individual cells and you have to onto microscope to identify them that's so interesting I mean microbe seem to be having a bit of a moment recently why have they come into the spotlight now I guess spotlight might be the wrong where maybe under the telescope from yes what's the wider scientific picture here well when it comes to food one of the most important changes as of the twenty first century in in nutrition and even I would say in medicine is understanding that the billions of microbes the bacteria that live in our what's play a gigantic role in our health not just how we digest food that's the most important thing but even welby being psychologically the microbes within our body of vital and therefore there's a big and growing industry you're trying to produce microbes not say much as food but to populate guts with friendly bacteria so that's a very big growth area Another is that might cribs used to ferment foods of being extended a lot everything from Kim Chae to sauerkraut route to the molds are cheeses to bear in wine they depend on microbes one sort or another and so using microbes to produce protein I mean could this be scaled up used worldwide I mean are there inhibiting factors will I think we have to remember uh-huh like all new foods microbial food stamp grow on thin air they will need a lot of input of water nutrients at that try so from the environmental point of view that are not going to be completely benign now they're probably going to be more sustainable and growing card which spends a lot of its energy wondering around fields and belching and burping and emitting methane which is a very powerful greenhouse gas but I think those environmental questions need to be answered and they haven't yet been answered by the new foods companies that are making not only microbial foods CACO's talking about earlier but also sell based meat and fish products web rather than growing a cow will catching a fish you'll grow the proteins and the muscle the fibers hopefully trying to capture the texture and taste in the lab and where does this fit into other types of new food technologies I think they're going to be seen alongside these other cell taste foods a lot of progress is being made in taking for example stem cells from cowes Castle and getting them to develop essentially and to meet and if you combine that with Three D. Printing you can get something that's good texture I mean that's one possibility abass meat but I guess this whole microbial fungus bacterial activity I mean how will consume is really react to it is the uh-huh because it's cruel to animals and I didn't think cruelty to microbes is going to enter the picture remains to be seen sustainable but biproduct CEO has told me that he wants is to get a product out into the market either on a trial basis or onto the shelves at least in about eighteen months in the US so it'll be interesting to see what sort of marketing strategy he takes a certified next Winter Christmas twenty twenty we could be having microbial something on the shelf test smoke it I think probably not in London yeah yeah as a final question I wanted to ask you both do you think there's an argument that time and money would be better spent encouraging food and agricultural offices that are more sustainable rather than creating new products that sort of enable everyone to keep consuming in the same way I think that's a really interesting question but I suspect that the horses kind of left the stable that consumers want convenient food that they crave and also the newly rid sh developing country population they also want that as well they expect that and on the other hand you'd companies and fast food companies won't all that so can we continue killing life is to have diversity I think from a sustainability and health point of view giving consumers as rich and diverse mixture of foods as
Martin likely to Raiders after Crowell loss
"And then the raiders there's news that the bottom line is Doug Martin could be headed there. The raiders are expected to resign. Doug martin. His return comes after Isaiah Crowell Torres achilles during a workout with the team yesterday. And it has been ruled out for the season. Now, are they not talking to marshawn Lynch as well? As Lynch not said like today as recently as today that he's he's like, I'll come back if they need me. Let me let me know if you need me all play. I mean, make up your mind, dude, you're either done or you're not how many times do we have to deal with this guy with his
Sam Darnold is giving Jets fans hope
"Talked about the jets on Wednesday show, and, and all of a sudden there's hope has walked in the room and Sam darnold looked so great. Against the lions and that defense. And this is what we're start. We'll start with the jets west. The defense to me, Todd Bowles has been there. This is his fourth year, but have we ever really seen the jets have a identity on defense since he's been there? I would say no. But that defense against the lines looked like an I t with an identity, fast, aggressive young, and that. Got you excited almost as much as Sam darnold playing. Well,