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1 Dead, 1 Seriously Injured in Wrong-Way Crash in Holyoke, Massachusetts
"Route 91 in Holyoke dies After crashing into another car. This happened yesterday afternoon as 69 year old woman from Julio, driving south bound on the North bound side crashed her Mercedes into a Honda Civic that was in the North bound lane. That woman pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Honda Civic, a 25, year old man from Springfield, taken to Bay State Medical Center with serious injuries. Police still investigating why The woman was on the wrong side of the road Theologian Derry
"derry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Storms? 54 right now in Derry, New Hampshire, and in Boston at 6 35. We're down to 65. Of course, as the storms move out. We are taking a look at a number of power outages and problems across the state. Because of this, Let's get the latest numbers from Mima right now they're reporting 155,000. 52 customers without power. The vast majority of these outages seemed to be in central and western mass. Wooster West. I'm starting to see them piling up to on the map in eastern Massachusetts through parts of South Shore, south coast and parts of the North Shore as well. Right now. In Methuen. Police there say a tree has fallen on a home on Maple Wood Avenue. Getting word of Newton tonight, Police there say a number of wires air down reminder tonight, stay away from those wires. And we've also got problems on the NBT. Because of this, the green lines ng several down trees out there on the surface level portions where the trolleys go on the B, C and D branches. Shuttle buses air coming out on the green line between Riverside and Fenway because of this And a couple of trains on the Franklin line stopped out there because of down trees. So again, these storms there pretty much on the way out at this point, but still plenty of clean up behind them with traffic and weather together every 10 minutes to be sure to keep it right here to W B Z. Other news were watching tonight in Boston of a change of plans when it comes to the back to school process, Mayor Marty Walsh had said If the city's positivity rate for cove it was above 4%. Then he'd take a closer look at the hybrid plan in place. The city has now slightly crossed that line and W busy sherry. Small reports the mayor is putting on the brakes believe that is prudent at this time to pause the school reopening plan Now that Boston's Corona virus seven day average positivity rate is at 4.1% Mayor Marty Walsh is delaying hybrid.
"derry" Discussed on Beavercreek Christian Church
"derry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Com at ninety degrees in Boston feels a lot hotter because of the humidity partly cloudy tonight dropping to sixty eight some showers and thunderstorms are likely partly sunny tomorrow highs in the eighties and seventies by the water a tad bit less humid still pretty toasty on Tuesday with some sunshine going up to eighty four Wednesday warm and humid again with possible showers and thunderstorms high of eighty six this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never good Sunday afternoon to you on TV gal happy father's day here are the five things you need to know at two forty five father's day March and Roxbury happening today for black lives matter the trump campaign releasing a statement about the low turnout at last night's rally in Tulsa Oklahoma blaming K. pop fans and tick tock users a man in New Hampshire is now recovering after he says he was attacked by a bear in his own backyard two American astronauts are celebrating father's day this year in space about two hundred and fifty miles up a kidnapping to tell you about right now in Manchester New Hampshire police say a man was abducted at knife point forced into a vehicle robbed bound and assaulted before being left tied naked to a tree in Derry on Friday he managed to escape and call for help Manchester New Hampshire police say they tracked down two suspects identified as Ronald the town says an aerial du Puy and now have them in custody police say the victim and suspect knew each other and it doesn't appear to have been a random act anyone with more information.
"derry" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"They've interrogated you and Sergeant holiday comes in and you end up where the wire to get people to implicate themselves. So what tell us a little bit about what that was like? You had to go into the clubhouse. The bars and I bet that wire felt like it was a ninety pound. Pack up underneath your shirt, wasn't it? Yeah well I tell you the technology in two thousand probably is a little. Worse than today, but it wasn't horrible I mean. It was a square box little bigger than the size of cigarette packets I. put down. My pants had probes. It came up. And takes just under my nipples, so yeah now you know towards the end is it was getting a little hotter than one of the? X. Hells. Angels that work for them? I write about in my book. He comes in and tries to kill me on the Thursday before the operation and. He's he's long dead. Now it comes to the house is all wired up and you know so the police in listening to everything that's going on in there. and. We know he's on his way over, so they take me to a safe house and we're going to go to the safe house and they send a squad car over 'cause. He breaks into the house, so they have arrested well. He's break into the house and he calls from inside the House. He calls back to the club and says he's not here. We'll get him next time and We're listening to that at the at the safe house so veteran around they. They took him and he got him into sells for the long weekend because it was Easter weekend. I do April seventeenth of two thousand so. was. I was in. It was April thirteenth said he tried to kill me seventeen the operation. That was Thursday. Night and then Tuesday. They want me to go back and meet with the actual full patch. They wanted to have one more meeting. Well, that's the guy he called from within and said we couldn't get him. And I have to do one more wire meet with him. After this happened that one I can tell you the sweat on me I think. Took, three or four times for them to take the the probe into my. 'cause it just kept falling off. I was sweating so bad now. Yes it would have been because you're in there all by yourself. And and it was probably just a tape recorder, probably one like a sending unit where somebody was sitting out. Listen to what was going on, or did you? Was it. Just taping. Most of them are sending units. They don't really worked for. Their good any outfit, probably modern times they do, but but back then, and that was two thousand was kind they were changing over to more modern stuff..
"derry" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"In fact. I didn't operation the ninety six. We began operation that ended up getting. A chance will than another, because another operation came a bigger head, bigger targets, but in ninety six against same clubhouse. and He came back in two thousand, and they still able to do. Even though they had already issued a contract on. Well so the night of the murder. How did you get? How did they get? You roped into that mean? Did it just start going down? You got caught now in a position that you couldn't get out of. There was actually took place in the middle of the afternoon. we have been tracking the guy for of. Weeks and We were waiting Soviet. Somebody else waiting a drug house that If he frequented. And the call came in that he was there, and I was sitting with my partner when it came in. and. He said he's there and he's got. So, you don't really tell the Guy Gun, but to go to a murdering and you know he's the murder. Is You help planet with them? You can't really tell them you're not going. I changed my mind. So I got in the car and we're driving over there. He's a black man, sick but I. Look you're six foot black in the middle of the afternoon, you know. They're gonNA know what you turn around. Hand the guy in the box seats and told him to go do. Still didn't get out of. A deal like this. Is these dudes say they really? Work to set somebody up like that. They had people watching the guy watching the places where he might show up an already a call back into the clubhouse or the bar where you were somebody that made the final decision was hanging out, and the says he showed up, and they they they dropped the diamonds at as he's here, and then they gear up and go. Yeah it was kind of an everyday thing. Right Watch the documentary they did on a love bikers some of its dramatized for one of the things that I really kinda shows us. It's part of everyday business. I didn't see. I mean I'd like to say it was having normal, but they had a list of people that had to be killed all the time, so it wasn't like it was..
"derry" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"That, it's interesting. I, I got into I ended up going to Regina. Saskatchewan I changed the and we. I went out with a group that have a Boston. They went out on Thursday Friday and Saturday nights, taking girls off the streets been put on by different organized crime groups. And especially within the native community and I ended up. Getting a safe hosts Go I bought a safe host for them. And you know it's it's it's crazy. There's an I an n being problem there. It's just constant. I could feel one hundred houses if The resources. Yeah! So Paul. Let's talk a little bit about this. This cocaine case and you're this particular situation or you ended up working with Sergeant Shane Halliday in in that particular murder, but first thing, how do you? How do you get involved? With the hells, angels and selling cocaine is a little bit at a time hanging around and and providing a little bit for free. By being a guy that had a source, or are you? Buy It from them and sell it. You know what here's. Here's the deal organized. Crime is all the same other than the mafia whether the hells angels I don't care who they are. They all love money. You know, the more the more of moneymaker you are or portray yourself to be, and you'll come to their attention. Don't use drugs. Make lots of money and You know they'll. They'll. They'll find you 'cause. Tear always looking bored. So? Yeah you, where you work your way up the ladder that way and you start with Shane Holiday Chain holiday actually arrested me for murder in two thousand and. Today we're we're probably he's probably one of my closest friends. Started off as an operation. I was trying as an informant. You're always trying to get operations. So as I want an agent operation where you're going to get paid the bigger box. Yeah so. I was try- I got with these guys and I was. It was a major Cocaine supplying the city with cocaine. And the hose angel, there was supplying and also ordered the hit on a the ex bodyguard of the X.. Hells Angels President. While I was there when he ordered the said he ordered the hit to my partner with me. There and I thought okay so I ended up in Paul and tracking the guy that will meantime I'm calling. My hand, but my old handler from the RCN tea and and Shane this from a municipal apartment so. He's with Halifax regional I'm so as I'm calling for the three weeks leading up to the murder. I'm calling them trying to get something done about. The, murder ends up taking place. And I the driver so. Not only was the driver, but I supplied the gun and help track him down. I mean I was thinking that it was going to get stopped because I was feeding the information as we went on, but it didn't a lot of bureaucracy and end up, not getting done. So I ended up getting arrested for the murder, and I finally gave them a card from the Justice Department after about fifteen hours of interrogation, said there. And that ended the interview and led to Shane Humming in and making a deal with me to go work undercover. Where wire. To! Prove that all of these other people are involved in this team the smarter including the Hell's Angel so. Call. Clubs and And Sucks, so you had not worn wire before you had given information, but you had more a wire more wire, but I had done operations..
"derry" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"I had to get permission from my pool Lahser to drive dancers around, and they debated whether I should be allowed to or not being floor, and they said well. We have dancers. I'm flow. Why can't he run them so? so they had me run, so I had to report to my parole officer. The amount of money I was making those. Movies. There's an interesting experience and run into a lot of. Really Good Winston to human trafficking by the and. In fact when I left that world behind, that's I've started working. I went changed my life from back to work for a nonprofit that helps take people out of that world and versions so. Interesting that because I would imagine there being in that position. There'd be a lot of drama. You would have to deal with with those girls to would think. NON-STOP NON-STOP! It's especially the fighting amongst them. you know the fighting and then tampering, and then you know having to drive them here and then you had to move them every week so Saturday night and Start Moving them from one club to another one city to another. And then you'd have to move them in vans with each other. Some of them hated each other. This was really. It was and it sounds like an exotic job was strippers. Yeah, there's there's nothing fun about it. I had a constantly I can imagine. I noticed down here that they were kind seemed like the on circuit that they actually went up to Omaha. And Strip club down in Columbia Missouri, and and I think there one over in Kansas side, and so they Kinda, they would show up at one, and then they'd be gone for a while, but then they'd come back, and then they'd be gone for a while, so I I didn't really ever get into looking at it. That's interesting that that is how it worked. It's A. into sad, it's a sad existence for them. You know the then you've got the the bike clubs that are actually taking girls that all the money and and putting transplant into the clubs. Worldwide, not just you know in Canada so I'm you know since I've been working since I left that world behind twenty years ago now? I I- neary. been deep into. Trying to take girls out of that and and guys. Don't get me wrong. All caught up in in in the trafficking? As well. It's a sad sad insistence. Down of a shame shame, shame to I've ever heard of. A friend of mine is his wife. Is Part of a church group, and see he and her, both of certain, some some pitches in the penitentiary, and come back out and straighten their lives out, and and his wife goes with another ex dancer, and a couple of other Gal's from this one church, and they go on Monday nights go around to the different clubs, and they just buy some roses and and I was. was talking to his wife about it, and she said we just give them a rose, and we've got a card printed APP and to say you know if you ever get tired of this, we give you this rose. Let you know somebody cares, and if you ever get tired of this, here's a number to call in, so they've had several Kalyan and and help extricate amount of that life..
"derry" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective Gary Jenkins. Hello all your wire-tappers out there back here in the Kobe Nineteen Gang Lenoir, studio. You've done another podcast real on putting out as many as I can. Fast as I can get, one recorded all edited, which takes about. Twice as long I got an hour long interview. It takes about two hours sometimes to fifteen twenty. To get it edited it. I know it doesn't sound like it should take that long. Should builder's plate right through, but it does because I try to clean up. You know especially my own oems and is and take some of that out of it. Some people are easier to record and others I got on the line here. Paul Dairy Paul at first learned about him. I can't remember some on the internet or facebook page, but I and and then I contact him once through, or he contacted me through link. Dan this whole social media thing I'll make more contacts. I've got you know got twitter messages. I've got linked in messages I've got. Two different email messages I've got people. Contact me to my website is. Generally. Keep up with all the messages I get, so you guys? If anybody's tried to get hold of me or asked many questions I haven't responded. Just try again, because sometimes I get lost in the messages, but I've got Paul waiting on the line here, calling down. From up in Canada where it's probably still little bit cold Paul Welcome. Me Here Well Paul Dairy and the Hell's angels. That's where was where I learned about you. From can't remember like I said I can't remember exactly where. How cold is it up there right now by the way? Well I'm my car talk and it's only a we're in Celsius. You're night I. Don't know the difference, but it's Just zero. Zero okay. That's like thirty two here. I think it's under forty year. I believe. That's a good. Colder. About Sixty five here in the sun's out so as soon as I get done with a recording this I'm GonNa go outside and least butts around in the yard. Walked. In his. That told you I'M GONNA. Go Play Golf Thursday for the second time this year. They have to walk and I was not crazy about walking eighteen holes at my age, but I can do it I found out I can walk in. Out and play golf Thursday. Tell me and tell where tappers out there a little bit about your early brushes with the law I guess. Where you! Where did you grow up? You grew up in Nova Scotia. I grew up in Nova. Scotia I was born in Halifax and then I My Dad was in the navy so being in the military transport around a little bit although there's not a lot of. Navy bases in Canada, but she took A. Transfer to Greenwood, which is in Apple, was volley I'm an air..
Tupelo Music Hall in Derry, Boston to reopen as drive-in venue
"A local music call is transforming into a drive in venue to continue practicing social distancing WBZ's Kevin Coleman reports in Derry New Hampshire two blow music call opens this weekend as a drive in venue as musicians take the stage the audience will sit back and enjoy live music from their parked cars to continue social distancing we can't be out we can't be out of business until spring next year just occurred to me the way our the way our entrance to set up that would be a natural state and that it just the whole I just kind of saw the whole thing owner Scott he word says portable bathrooms will be available to the audience right or wrong it was socially distinct saying the Porta potties beach spray painted lines in front of a we've got a job at a concert
"derry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Back to breaking bread with bono at celebrity table thirty at the bootlegger Italian bistro on the Las Vegas Strip and I'm sitting here having the most enjoyable meal and a couple of drinks with my good friend the multi talented most versatile James Derry now we've been talking about your directorial debut and all of a sudden you became a very well known director after this guy gave me this opportunity you know it's it's a friendship business and they were kind enough of course if your films bad then I can hire of course your film is good then then that they they they give you a shot so that that that my my my directing career to a real like zooming start didn't used to doing you start doing like Beverly hills nine oh two one hunter Walker gosh grave in a whole bunch of a bunch of the television show you enjoying that part of it now are you craving to get back into the park for it it was very it's it's very difficult correct you're responsible for literally every thing from where they park the cars for you insured in certain directions to I need to have a table set up how the furniture is where the people come from go from whatever action so you you are responsible think they belonged and they don't think they really mean this guy I've I've read stories by actors who said who directed one time said never again you know and and to be honest with you I would not I wouldn't mind doing a film but I would never want to do episodic television.
"derry" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"You go this is basically what it's about then I I like it view like all that kind of stuff that's wrapped up into it you might like it too now there's another one that's a tongue in cheek cheek show that if you can understand the accents you could possibly like it's called Derry girls and Derry girls it's about a it's a northern Irish sitcom and it it is it is done in Northern Ireland but it's about Derry Northern Ireland in the nineteen nineties and it first came out back in January February of twenty eighteen very very popular and now it goes into yet another season it's what happens the British Army check points the whole thing the highs and lows of being teenagers and kind of the war torn back and forth of Northern Ireland I think it's very very funny my brother watched and he always sends me his suggestions and he said I should watch it then member we took the show to Ireland and I saw all the big mural of the dairy girls and I was in Derry and there was definitely an impact that they had there but if you can't take the accent and you can't understand you won't like it here's a little snippet of Derry girls just what is it that you want to do we want to be free to do what we want to do for these products anybody here very long in my case as soon just not please the first right here is there anything that we all want to wrap it up there the only one I know we belong together on the the hit comedy returns from the scene to channel four and channel.
Sanders and Buttigieg in dead heat with 100 percent of Iowa caucus results in
"In New Hampshire prepare to cast ballots next week in that state's primary one hundred percent of the votes have now been counted from the Iowa caucuses results from Monday night show it is a statistical dead heat between people to judge and Bernie Sanders I'm Jamie do pre in Derry New Hampshire seemingly with some momentum after his strong finish in Iowa New Hampshire has the thumb on the scale the judge used a packed house at an American Legion hall the pitch for votes on Thursday one more time I know I'm asking you for your vote not here in New Hampshire yesterday was Joe Biden ironmongers you're going to reach our gut punch in Iowa that was Biden's last event on Wednesday morning is tonight's debate could be a very important moment for his twenty twenty campaign more on my blog at W. S. B. radio dot
"derry" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Off dead for the the little this all right so there you go this is basically what it's about and I I like it I mean a view like all that kind of stuff that's wrapped up into it you might like it too now there's another one that's a tongue in cheek to cheek show that if you can understand the accents you could possibly like it's called Derry girls and Derry girls it's about it's a northern Irish sitcom and it it is it is done in Northern Ireland but it's about Derry Northern Ireland in the nineteen nineties and it first came out back in January February of twenty eighteen very very popular and now it goes into yet another season it's what happens the British Army check points the whole thing the highs and lows of being teenagers and kind of the war torn back and forth of Northern Ireland I think it's very very funny my brother watched and he always sends me his suggestions and he said I should watch it then member we took the show to Ireland and I saw all the big mural of the Derry girls and I was in Derry and there was definitely an impact that they had there but if you can't take the accent and you can't understand you won't like it here's a little snippet of Derry girls just what is it that you want to do we want to be free to do what we want to do as for these products on the back here very long in my case as soon just not the law doesn't say.
Boxer Tommy Coyle Announces Retirement
"Well when you having a good start to the year a special announcement for two whole Coun- self joined by Tommy. COYLE could see my last time. I saw you you you in Campus Filial Vegas. You're off to New York based business. Fell food to you you you just off the back of the Gerry fight in New York and we had that impromptu shot which turned into quite an emotional one because obviously you were considering your future and if announced yet so that's GonNa be five six months ago. I now think of June July yes five months and you've got some news sweetie sort of prompted you to to make a decision. Yeah Ace. This is a tough call. But I've decided family trains manages. It's time to call it a day. What a phenomenal Korea? Korea achieve more than thought I would have. I exceeded my consensual. Absolutely you know I never very my wildest dreams thought I didn't find a Madison Square Garden so look over my shoulder and I'm content. I'm happy with my career bull. Well it's time to call a day. I always said I wanted to get out of the game with all my faculties intact and I'm going to stick to my poem is not so I'm going to given well. Congratulations on an amazing career but oversee this is probably my difficult vineyard done. In ten years I retired about four or five times in the last a six months and just announced today would start crying. I don't know he will know. I've cried no Fato you now. The Classic Moments Not GonNa lie of being that'd been docked to being twelfth being over because I don't worry tie little fight in love everything about all of the come opening Cameron louds physicality of Avenue. You know gain in there and I've been a little bit percents There's no way I fi- why and someone awards I've been involved in. He goes swimming. You get what you know. He's how many more wars have. Where do I draw the line? Do I have one war too. Many interesting I've achieved my mountaintop. I've known world champion The best fighter in the world book of our right good goal of made to talk caught. Memories are properly really. We're GONNA talk about some of your your best memories and best fights and stuff over the next so forty five minutes dish. You've come coming to the end of the year career as you know you can always have just one more fight but actually to draw the line and walk away before that one more fight becomes two more free more. Yeah yeah he's actually probably brave room. I get back in the ring. Yeah it's not money does get it right and when the right hammers to to get out and five very yes you have you look at examples of guys lead. Floyd mayweather obsolete aren't right Joe Calzaghe don't rate. There's not many more that the the difference like just getting out of boxing at the right time. We're not talking like levels of war. People are in the sport but very few fighters get it right and a problem with a lot of geysers they lose a fate and they will win an illusion and negotiates the win and I it just keeps going on and I think that's someone like Tommy Tommy Different Completely different character me. I'm enjoying boxing. At this point in time him but when I feel like a stand retire nor ten retire I will. We were joking about it. I was expecting Tomita shadows here today. I'll Albee hoppy when I sit down and do a Tko. Paul cost talking about my retirement. My career but Tommy's Amman wants to fake all the time and it was just m some fun not that I don't Wanna I love but I would enjoy. Enjoy the director. Yeah I think the thing is. I have a phenomenal business. I have a little business business of work harder and always been a believer that you console Dream Look like a nightmare. I'm health and wellbeing industry and out. How can I go out that promote health and wellbeing? If I've got my own and the way I fight he's no viable in the body the brain everybody knows aw. My eyesight is being affected. Douse the reason Jane more pulled me in the fire Jerry and I don't WanNA A. I considered the operation to fix vision. But that would be like you know in the Burn Hill and then Jim fire you and you know some day I don't want full live with this won't leave. I I really love it. I've hundreds of kids training gyms are WANNA stay in. I love it so I can Remain passionate by and do a good job of older kids that we work with when you mentioned about the either one nine the spring Simonis Mondays. Anthony go go. He was on the Undercard of Derry. Mathews if I'm right and he's been caught woefully short so early very very unfairly and I guess the one thing that when people look to you when this episode goes out in a in a couple of times that you have set the exit strategy up from. I'm a sport that so many tone we're gonNA hide featuring older Danny Williams this season at some point and sit down with him us into forties after an amazing career the sort of ended a decade and half ago and didn't perhaps because he didn't necessarily stop an exit strategy and didn't have maybe the education to realize that there are other things that you need to do off the boxing and I know that some of you were hard on we've been saying life off the boxing and you have to set it up early and Patchy think do I would take the base of Tommy and again I know where I'm at the stage of my career but my boxing at this point in time is capable of the time I'm not so I want to do and I think that I think in about the things that Tomlin's doing I want to replicate what he's doing in Belfast. And the thing that will give me something kept me out of bed in the morning and I wanna be people in the whole of Tommy and the people at the community level and the kids and their parents wants. He's doing such things. I would love to do that. And he got back with me to the Belfast. And Tommy of spoke about it and he's willing to help me and give me ideas ideas and stuff and Tommy's more business minded a May I January collaborate business. I don't have a plea but only learn can learn a bit from Tommy. The thing is I don't have a real clue about how business I'm visionary. I'm very very visual. And I've been very very fortunate. Now I've managed to get the right people on the spot on the point if people know while the boss government program. I've managed to get the right people on the books to help we achieve the division. And no it takes brains to one surround yourself with brains and I think that's where I've been smart. I realized it's a many years ago. Everybody has a shelf life and I knew I don't need I would say shelf life and I did starts applying for after after boxing because I made all wrong decisions. Growing good may or expelled from school from school. No Geez no real no real education. It's all really early and who's to say that I WANNA go engine Mama I would. I don't so I was mindful. The box rooms only gonna be for so long and I needed something want to stimulate my brain kiss. I don't think so probably from one. I put to something to to fall back on on family. Three children three boys a wife go to support them and box in for me as just been vehicle to go and do there's some great things in the community and some great things and my business at all about assume day and accounting. How many people are in my team? I don't say staffer team and my OAF is important because no saying I'm invincible. I play Vile Pot and the organization. They will rely on me for a salary will families. And when you it's a I've told you and you have a company you don't think about yourself I'm going to take everything's consideration consideration. That's why I've done for the last six. There's no why why have not jump to conclusion and tried to rush my decision full by law and hot of strategized about it and first and foremost my kids. Far too important island fought in watch to risk my health. I see the bigger picture you know. I'm going to wake up every day now instead of waking up and thinking right it's time to go to the gym. Grab grab I gotTA have breakfast but I've got to get to the
"derry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Derry you're really pushing that arja yeah so maybe that's what that they should have kept that area as Mesopotamia because that's kind of you know it's it's a it's a rocket to Ron it's Saudi Arabia it's that whole Babylonian Assyrian Mesopotamia I'm I mean it's all jumbled together there now there you know the British drew some lines at all no no no no now you are in let's call it a rock and the people that they don't care they don't have an allegiance to their to their country all right so so here we go with the let a crash last night I mean here's what else happened in a rock besides him firing off six twelve forty three seventy two ms however many missiles they fired off that none of them hurt anybody but then they had this plane crash and about the same time they had a major earthquake strikes near one of their new plants five point eight earthquake in Iran yeah the middle of no where but it was still they had their hands full last night no report of casualties or damage apparently this is word cry dismiss lip yeah I guess that's they're still out there on their camels this is out in the middle of no really got a new plant out there the report is that they have damage to livestock storage units because the quake hit an area that is home to the nomadic population so when you talk livestock I don't think you're talking cows I think you're talking camels so they had some sort of livestock storage and everybody's nobody was hurt but a five point eight hit last night in in the wrong that there is a new plant the blue Shearer nuclear plant is in that neighborhood you basically go down to Kuwait City and head east and that so it's a very mountainous area in there and if you get a bunch about mysteries usually is where you see some quake showing up it's a vast plain running along the coastal region on the Persian Gulf coast well that's interesting seems like people on coast with mountains near them are the ones that have the earthquakes hello California so it's a desert area desert climate seven hundred miles south of Tehran so while they were busy in Tehran firing missiles they were busy having earthquake down there so this plane crash investigators are scrambling Boeing is going no but this brings up the seven thirty seven MAX I was talking to what some pilots the other day commercial airline pilots and they were saying you know I know this is not the politically correct thing to say but there have been a lot of is that a phone seven thirty seven Max's for sometime there's thousands of flights here in the US before they grounded them and it just seems as if these foreign airlines have for an inexperienced pilots one of the pilots in one of the planes that crashed had only two hundred hours of flight time all my gosh that's nothing so he did not know anything about turning off anything and there's a way to they turned off the auto pilot which doesn't turn off the automation controlling a run away writer or anything like that that's all they had to do was turn everything off and fly the plane by hand so instead there is a focus on the seven thirty seven Max that I think is way way way over done now they keep delaying it the lane it and it's as is if there is a pimple on that plane is going to be a headline in the media so this is not the Max this is the seven thirty seven eight hundred but again it makes you wonder what is IT pilot in experience I don't know anything about the pilot yet we don't have the information on who they were how many hours they had but the seven thirty seven eight hundred has been around for a long time it's part of a class of aircraft known as the next generation been in service since the mid nineteen nineties as a excellent safety record the plane has had the point zero six tenths of six one hundreds of a fatal event per million miles is the lowest rate among modern aircraft that have flown for several years there was one in the cracked in two thousand eighteen and new getting and there was one flown by the Ethiopian airlines that killed ninety in two thousand ten but when you look at the video that some students talk of the plane flying before it hit the ground when it went into a big fireball there were I run Iranian students news agency state run media shared a video that shows the crash it it there is a ball of flame descending in the distance before it erupts into a huge fireball so the debris on the ground shows parts of the plains scattered and lots of fire all over the ground so that the damage is not did not knows right down into one and Burr burrow into a big hole it crashed and spread out the the brave quite some distance but the Iranian state run media says it was attributed to they've already come up with the reason for the crash which is ridiculous they said it's because of an engine fire I got news for you that video wasn't an engine fire that was a much bigger fire than some engine and more importantly I don't mean to be the bearer of scary news but engine fires happened there and they're not frequent but they're not unheard of L. pilots that one of the things they do in the simulator for the recurrent training one of the most common things that they put pilots row is an engine fire yep you got an engine on fire and they and they make sure that the pilots no the procedure for what to do and there's a big old button on the front of every cockpit I've ever seen and it's in red and it has fire written on it there's one for the right and there's one for the last and what you do is you lift the the device so you can push the button and it it has bottles that take that that put the fire out engine fires are not I mean and besides that every commercial plane out there can fly just fine on one engine but it's easy to put out the fires so engine buyers do not make the planes crash I I'm sure you've seen if you haven't looked around do a YouTube search engine fires that people passenger take videos out the window all my gosh my of the engine's on fire okay so they put it out and then land the plane so there's nothing similar here between this and the Max they got up to about eight thousand feet they did not dive into the earth Josh gradually kept going lower and lower and lower so I don't know what the result will be of the investigators but because of the fact that we don't get along with them Boeing's people can't go over there and find out what caused this crash weird some of you get pretty version the problem is you've got to find somebody that Tom Selleck news ninety.
Borden Dairy Files for Bankruptcy
"Borden is filing for bankruptcy protection the second major U. S. Derry to do so in as many months American refrigerators are increasingly stock with dairy substitutes like soy and almond milk hammering traditional milk producers like Morton which was founded in eighteen fifty seven the arts Anders komo
Dallas-Based Borden Dairy Co. Files For Bankruptcy Protection
"News changing dietary habits cutting into the profits from some of the nation's oldest and largest dairy Borden has filed for bankruptcy protection it's the second major U. S. Derry to do so in as many months with more Americans opting for plant based milks over cal juice dean foods the nation's largest milk producer filed last November the two companies controlled about thirteen and a half percent of U. S. milk sales last year Borden's tried to revive business by bringing back its iconic mascot LC smiling cow which first appeared on milk cartons in the nineteen thirties it also released new products like gingerbread
Another major US dairy, Borden, seeks bankruptcy protection
"Borden dairy company has become the second major U. S. Derry organization to file for bankruptcy protection in as many months dean foods was the first board and produces nearly five hundred million gallons of milk each year for groceries schools in other places but consumers have switched to juice soda and milk substitutes made from soy or almonds all that has hammered traditional milk producers like Borden which was founded in eighteen fifty seven I'm showing employer
"derry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now it's time to turn to another topic in this topic is pretty universal much like radio TV we're gonna talk about television and the last ten years the last decade would love to know about your favorite shows that have come through and course many critics have written about the last decade and have added their take on things you know everybody from let's see I'm looking through a list here shows like flea bag which I've never seen Derry girls which I have seen from Ireland Barry which is really funny with Henry Winkler I mean there's a whole bunch of them here but if you'd like to come on board and and nominate one and we have some sound clips to and I'll just toss out only because I can I'll toss out one trivia question about one of my favorite shows which is breaking bad and that is what was Walter white's pseudonym the name that he went by when he was a master criminal okay so that'll be the only quick trivia question this segment let's go to Marcus to begin Marcus what do you think of TV in the last ten years well can you hearing yes what is I can't hurt hear you too well anyways yeah let's talk about the Big Bang theory well that was a huge hit for CBS wasn't yeah now the whole show is about evolution you know they they started off for guys now all three of them are married and having children start that was evolution over the last twelve years now what is interesting you talk about your idea I would say that the Big Bang theory and situation comedies where it all began was I Love Lucy would you agree yes for various reasons you had three camera shoot you had a live audience you had domestic the eggs a partnership that ended in a family and a comedic characters yeah I would say so yeah okay now in the last season the last season the big bag there was an actor playing a part his name is John aspen yes you know I'm talking about that's the son of John Astin and penny right well the rumor has it that his real father his biological father was dizzy aren't as junior hi all I've never heard that no all yeah no one anyways Dick about the evolution we start from my love loosely we end up with the the grandson possibly Lucille Ball and desi Arnaz in the final season of the Big Bang theory get you know something Marcus you may be you be you possessors something very very important you're the only human being on planet earth who's ever posited that theory and I think you should be very proud of that if it's true who wanted wanted people to know what all right now that's why I'm telling everybody right so but so anyway besides the best theory or any other programs come to mind that you been still well I about the only one that I I cared about and I stop watching cable a long time ago and I would go to the library and get the you know the complete season packages out DVDs and go and watch it at all well I I appreciate it you're a fine first caller in this segment thank you so much all right all right evolution I will never think of Darwin again the same way after that phone call so we're talking about television let's play a clip actually from breaking bad before we played all set it up this is one of the top shows not only highly rated but very popular with critics and this is what I believe that the greatest Walter white scene when he is confronted by his wife very late in the series you know he's a master criminal a former chemistry teacher who makes math at crystal meth and it's it's called breaking bad for a reason but here he confronts his wife when she says she's worried about him answering the door and being threat let's listen to Walter who were you talking to right now who is it you think you see do you know how much I make here I mean even if I told you you wouldn't believe it do you know what would happen if I suddenly decided to stop going into work the business big enough that it could be listed on the nasdaq goes belly up disappears it ceases to exist without me no you clearly don't know who you're talking to so let me clue you in I am not in danger Skyler I am the danger a guy opens his story gets shot you think that of me now I am the one who knocks that is so great monologue and what's so neat about that show really is the fact that Bryan Cranston is an actor whose is considered one of the greatest American actors of his day and prior to breaking bad he was just a comedic actor he was the dentist on Seinfeld for crying out loud he was Malcolm in the middle is father but he just own that part one of a slew of Emmy for Best Actor but you know that is my favorite speech so anyway we're talking about shows that live in the last decade that you really dug in here is Paul in bill Recca checking in on nights side hello Paul okay I got a wouldn't it Jordan breaking bad you'll never beat I mean not it is Nick name did it begin with an H. it did as a matter of fact but I can't you know that the tape so long I was told like current we want to get the next you'll let us see at all that's all right we'll let us out let's take that one okay are there a couple I don't do a box or ABC or whatever but one that really what the whole could me on pocket lips now it really put the work in may was called secrets and lies yes yes ABC ally and fully paid any doubt you are getting a morning jog reporter does a before dawn and as he finds his young son's body in the brush alongside the road and he becomes the prime suspect that was a drama for two seasons of district checking here so second one was when a lemon law or rule all push was pushed up a room that was the mystery alright it's it's an ABC show good allies yeah a B. C. do that and I thought let's see Juliette Lewis yes you played yes he stopped and she is excellent she's at one end and one of my favorite television actors Terry o'quinn you know that is right Terry o'quinn yeah I'll tell you who is a bell but I'm he's right on on other shows including lost but his most brilliant role Wesley this the step father in the eighties a movie that will scare the pants off of you and he should have been nominated for an Oscar for that fill okay another one about the first runner up so to speak was way would pines with Matt Dillon the act and not the Marshall right right right wasn't that one of those off beat shows a little mysterious weird town kind of thing well here's the whole concept was what was left of the human race as we are as human beings now was in a barricaded area you know what they look like trick band so whatever but outside what do you which mostly human rights had become some would say most of the human race has already begun that just being Q. I'm missing or you've been realistic probably I I'd never done that but I do remember the show I just never I never caught it but it's probably out there for streaming sometimes when you're at one if you know not want in this life anymore you got you got just time to kill so to speak yeah but if you can put that on notepad way would pines I will I will and like I say breaking bad loans it was five six seasons well seasoned they killed your they what's happened have you know right it was six I think but it they split the last one and I I thought the finale was phenomenal I really did I thought oh yeah the way they wrapped up and have you seen the follow up movie well I have not no is the the Jesse character on his own it's it's really worth the checking out it's on Netflix so I don't have Netflix or Netflix or something right you don't have Netflix then but you're missing out on watching your old favorite show from the seventies kung fu which is probably a Netflix matter with you Hey Jordan if I worry we'll queue to change cool episode thirteen I know on me and I know Michael he won the will of the Iraqi live where is he looking in that direction or that direction I'm not quite sure I don't he's only got one I know poor guy anyway Polly it's great to hear from you thank you I'll keep the story yeah and it it it it's I know you're in semi retirement but it's always like I say no more than what it's always a pleasure the a deal in hours of those fall asleep but what I heard who is your when I heard the topic I had to get up and and get going you made my night my friend it's always a pleasure take care happy new year to are you the best you you you you know you and your family the best okay take care WBZ six one seven two five four ten thirty is the number Jordan rich filling in for Dan one more night a couple more hours actually and we're talking about television in the last ten years this is a topic that a lot of critics and a lot of columnists have written about so there is so many shows Fargo love the movie absolutely love the movie and the series is better I mean the series I I don't know if I even caught all seasons but while the writing the pacing terrific I've never seen the hands me the handmaid's tale but people rave about that I saw the opera done by the Boston lyric opera company of the handmaid's tale I'm just looking at these shows Mister robot of course rami Malek who's won Emmys on Oscars he's going to be the new bond villain so what all kinds of the television shows we talk about within the last ten years and will place more clips we still have one question out there too and that is in breaking bad breaking bad the character Walter white had a pseudonym it was known as this character in the crime world what was that students will continue right after these words right here on WBZ side.
Feds take action against Russian hacking group
"The justice department has indicted two Russian men on computer hacking and bank fraud charges and peers Ryan Lucas reports US officials say the pair are some of the most prolific cyber criminals in the world the two Russians at Max senior that's in Igor Koresh off this conspiracy bank and wire fraud and hacking charges justice department officials allege the two men let a hacking operation that infected computers in more than forty countries install tens of millions of dollars the indictment says the pair use malicious software to steal passwords and other information from victims and then made wire transfers from victim accounts to foreign bank accounts under the Russians control a luggage business in New Mexico a Derry in Ohio and a community of Franciscan sisters in Chicago were among the schemes alleged victims the US government is offering a five million dollar reward for information leading to yep it's arrest officials say that both he and tertia are currently in Russia Ryan Lucas NPR news
The Latest: Sondland on ‘domestic political errand’
"Chris caldera who's an associate professor at the department of politics at Saint Anselm college says the Democrats certainly made their case this week on substance they are describing this very large effort to re direct policy for political ends up and are showing that they were able to observe it and the effects of it from a wide range of different vantage points but there was also this you said there needed to be a public announcement from the list if I may ask you simple question when did that happen never did never did Ohio congressman Jim Jordan and ambassador Sunland which cal Derry says was for the trump base aimed at keeping trump supporters on board shelling out there Washington
Research shows link between muscle mass and cardiovascular risk
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"derry" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Was took him the tunnels and when they found him a look. All you know by runs anymore. How could you leave me alone. The fucking cow wandered off by himself self yeah. Oh my God if there's any character as edible as anyone he takes the cake he takes lionising Amihai sing as well but like get lost if you don't want to be a true friend and accept the world that you're in and the role that you're expected to play the fuck off. I feel like we've given him to watch it way too much airtime more than he got in the the movie. L. Before we talk about my best friend Bill. I do want to talk about bowers Henry Balance 'cause he was a problem. Oh and we were talking about this. Watching the first movie growing up the kids that acted off the mersal the ones that got the most severe beatings of a shaw then just took out whatever pent up energy and aggression that they will getting from home back to the normal kids in school and shit like it's it's ridiculous. Nicholas he went to next level was chopping up bill if Ben and the shopping bans and that's like there's a line may hey yeah it's expected but it's not an out of the norm thing that kids rough each other up right eight punch kick in the balls. You know that sort of thing but that was just my first grade experience will move on but when he started started to like h into his stomach I like this is some demented shipman the skit his he's not even a kid at this point. This is just some tortured up. Whatever it is like I in caller in my brown circles schools like my siblings and my cousins we beat each other to we will black and blue but we never like. I don't know if that's just such a foreign concept. It's like you need to be on a different level of like violence to get to that point surely yeah but his interaction is dodd man. That was really sad to see. It was like you know his dake but then you see how his dad was trading getting even the died was duck shooting in the ground or you like him all scared up. We listen to and even the police even the police force. The police force came in bash them up as well once. They saw that that was then anyway. It's just it's understandable why he was the way he was bought fuck. Many parents can really fuck you up in ways that no one else can. I'm just want to mention one other thing about Henry Bowels because you know like in Tim Curry's version and I know he's the director but everyone just refers to as tim cars version and in this current generation he's in the mental hospital right and in this particular Gala Twenty Nineteen version you have Henry balances an adult and he looked rough auditor how much makeup he needed but Jesus Christ. It's really rough but then he saw like a red balloon right. We don't know how he got out of the well in the first film but he got out because he got arrested off that right so so you see the red balloon after us that of past and he's giggling and he's calculating these following this balloon apparently according to the book actually killed all his friends within about twenty seven you time yet but that's not mentioned in on it too but yeah so he's following the balloon into his room and and the way he was tackling the way he was cavorting down the hallway. Just it felt very jerker origin story to me. You'll good yeah especially. Gotham the way they are is this story for Djokovic. It felt very like or isn't story for Jerker and I also just want to mention when we went to go wash it chapter to one of the trail is that they had before the film was the joker and I feel like it was different to the first and the second trailer that's available on Youtube. I feel you there will be more different segments that we had in there. I got so fucking excited excited and then I realized we weren't watching it and then I got sad again but any but anyway Henry Bowel is he he was quite interesting to watch on him unravel in that so I just wanted to mention that. Is anyone else before we open the skies. God Flood Gates now. Let's go for pennywise. Let's go for pennywise. Go for gold. You start because I feel like I'll be wholly negative on this. What you shook me. I didn't even get to emphasize clocked walked well. Let's just put it this way. While we were waiting to set up this episode I started to watch like interviews news of each at two and then it just devolved into me. Watching Scott got into these wanting how perfect and amazing their family is bills. Bill's gone is exactly what I was mentioning before. He embodies the acting profession and he even even talked about in a couple of interviews way. He felt like he's kind of been Mama surly type cost but he's kind of fallen into a genre because you also have castlerock. Ooh as well. Yes please yes thank you. Khasarov is a great series haller right yes but he he is taking those Daca sort of roles he was also in deadpool two zeitgeist. He was there for like two seconds eh but still in any sort of appearance you will most welcome. Bill Scott got but seeing him in Buddy pennywise once I started to like like once he was on the screen Tim Curry who no disrespect but you know what I mean like. That's exactly what you want. If you're going to be remaking film home and taking on such an iconic grow you kind of want people to leave everything out the door and just digest what is unfolding in founded them not you yes so he performed brilliantly in this and could see he's a lot of effort F. Fourteen now my qualms come in the fall mov pennywise as a character yes. I'M GONNA continue to Scott Love potty after this so you can toss luck regardless of what he think always performance which which was brilliant brilliant he just just doesn't wok as a antagonised you have pennywise who is supposed to be the ski feeding off the field children as as his basis of existence or being and then this sort of changes or I have no idea so you have to seven years pass on his comeback. What changes is why. Does he not go to attack our children. Why is it just the seven key or because of what we are shown. We basing this off what we've just watched so we also have an example. I think her name was Vicky. Those a little go the birthmark on face. She was also a recent victim optum as well so it's a bit like in and out by then he focuses pretty much on the adult it but it's a bit thin to assume that because uh-huh they might have done more and we weren't paying attention to the film okay another point right. You have great horror characters out there. Learn how Freddie you have Jason and then pennywise who is defeated merely by having having people fucking believe that his bloody small. What kind of nonsense is that you know how stupid that scene looked regardless of how they wanted to make can look them shouting? You are small you ask. Excuse me excuse me I was ridiculous. Excuse me do you know. Oh that's toxic. Masculinity and heterosexual men can be defeated by repeatedly saying you are small not explains my a shrinking but if you say it in a derogatory sense then yeah of course is going to sound stupid. Oh I can only only get you in your dreams sleep by the fuck you know what I mean like you. Can you can derogatorily dismiss any sort of classic horror character. I just thought that scene at the end of them shouting wads at pennywise will really cringe and I'm like fuck penny was supposed to be one of the greatest characters in Hara and then Y- he's defeated by people shouting at him piece rod off off lock nominate. I'm buying that. Didn't you know the Penny wise is the Modern Day George Martin. You didn't think people were yelling at him for an ending your small small give us a fucking ending. Samuel tally but apparently Stephen King is N- earn and is notoriously associated with ending things greatly like he he's he's known for terrible endings and that's that's a deliciousness of his cameo in the film because bill is like an extension of Stephen King right and he gets to say say that to James mcevoy's character yeah. We thought it was kind of Cute Bob in the first movie the pretty much know the as long as you don't fear a penny wise he won't be able to Haji on the factor. Bev was able to survive wasn't killed and was just made to float like will offload me there rather than all the way up there was because Bevan's care of pennywise cut turned seven years later. They're forgotten all the shit and now they have to regain all the the believe and no I'm not scared again or let's let's try and shout at him and say Oh. You're not house Fara. That's just a cop if you know how to defeat him and then in the midst of all that you forget it. Maybe they'll try and explain just because the father away you go away from dairy. You forget all rush it but I'm buying them nonsense but you know you like to sniff that dare. I wish that that was the whole movie I wish to. All People Sniffing Darier out happy. I would like to submit birth of our asses yeah. It's it's it's ridiculous in its own because as long as you don't fear pennywise he shouldn't be able to Hachi yes but that's kind of the crux for all here like sorry Hora legions until a Martha situation like is just I who how do you know about one of the best like one of the worst best X. Markaz is your point. It was disappointing to me at least or your disappointing shame on you because this was a remaking. What did you expect do something different original. Jewish down to expect awakenings a new because you weren't GonNa get that in this film Waking Zanu just try and improve on a character character. If especially the end goal is to be able to build on Stephen King's walk because Fox Aches ed it it was Jus- this. We've sought you for three hours just solar they can remember the they can show this motherfucker to kill him. So what you're saying is Stephen King. Is that guy that's really good at full play and then when you get at the height of climax like now may finish yourself off his missile runoff all play and that's the thing about it like it small. You're not crescendo in any way you just it's fine. I can tolerate this and then at the end end of it is just go anyway all balls blazing about what what do you think of because I annoy you love. Scott Scott and I think he brought a lot of great to pennywise compared to the previous. It's just that the issues go deeper than just yeah but that that would have been encountered by no matter who took on this role exactly and and let me address that before even talking about Bill Scott Scott ignoring the fact already talked about Bill Scott Scott yes. This movie has its problems. Yes if feels stale like you've been wearing the same pennies for a week but we've all been like what the Ah Fair in what situation where you I don't even WanNa ask just continue fairmont's motherfucker. There's a market for everything everything. Do you mind so that's the boggled parties came across. That's all it is yeah so stop putting on your private stash trying to earn my keep around come on now. Can I get back to the film. Please do good on this film had problems uh-huh from the start and rewatch the I it before going out to watch the two and we already felt like the first one was too long the to our all ten minutes or whatever it was so to have the second chapter two hours in forty minutes or forty five minutes they shot the they did eighty six days philby for this film and to no end you ain't getting my back end not often making me watch that. Jesus is Christ okay. Let's go back to Bill Scott God while we still have some time. He is.
"derry" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Reference was starting off with your phrase own. Mine and Arty is the mayor of the town. Yes I am so to now picked accord from. It's up to and you have to tell me who says this in what context okay so here it goes. Sometimes we are what we wish you could forget I would say it's fat. Ben Sorry Hum. Sorry young fat been out me. It's why conlon pop quiz. Let's turn it around and go for broke. Do you know who Mike is in the film the Block Dude Old Spice Man Right Ziya something. I'm sorry so. We need to accept title. Let's get on with this yeah. Friends and lovers welcome back to reference culture. I Katie not and we hope you've packed a clean pair of Undo it because we are floating back to the town of dairy talk to face how fees in the shape of pennywise strapping guys strap on if you feeling nasty 'cause we are going get into some wild stuff. This is based on the book of the same name by Stephen King who makes a very cute little cameo in the film and we're talking about a little bit later on. Obviously you've got the Tim Curry miniseries. We won't be covering that today. Maybe sometime in the future we will be focusing on the two thousand seventeen twenty nine teen series. Shall we call it of it and it chopped to directed by Andy Ms Sketti. Ot is zero zero zero point zero five percent Argentinean. So would you like to pronounce that me. It's not feeling spicy enough not today not today but yes andy directed both films films and then you've got gary who adapted it to screenplay in. I'm Debbie. I was just go off the first few actors that we have that atop bill. We've Got Jessica chastain James mcevoy Bill Hader Isaiah Mustafa the manual men will never be able to smell obey like an any iota uh-huh. We've also got Jay Ryan whose affiliate K. We've been all about the came as lately yeah. He does look a bit ethnic. Also I A lot. He's got more than salt and pepper going on yeah. He's definitely got some extra spices and herbs. If if you will but yeah I I didn't realize it in the film because check out the boys episode any size also fellow Kiwi but I didn't realize that because because he's American accent was so good same thing with Jay Ryan. I did not realize he was Kiwi. Caliban a fucking love your mate but your Kiwi was creeping out in every orifice us the boys okay so let's talk about stats. which is what we usually do? This came out literally literally less than a week ago. I think it actually came out in the stray. Oh Astray tends to come out a bit before America because we operate in the future guys and and it's some enigmatic sort of thing just as much as pennywise in my an extensive research. I am for example. It didn't have the budget at least not in an easy sort of place box office merger. I also couldn't find it so I had to call all the way to Wikipedia so it gave me a range of sixty to seventy nine million for the budget. What do you reckon that is like that in releasing all publicly so that if if tanked people would in no from memory titanic was ninety million it doesn't seem like watch but again there wasn't problematic issues with the DA aging and the pitch of the kids and maybe that's where the money was being compromised so let's let's leave that tasty morsel for later on in the episode. It's been out for less than a week in the US. It is gross so far ninety one million also bad yes. That's that's a pretty penny wise and worldwide. It grossed one hundred and eighty five million dollars. I don't think you'll go above the too much like opening weekend. You've expect some hype around. It weighs the housing being dot. March and I feel like just off into. I think you're right. I I think you're right because even with the first it there was quite a lot of promotion around it and I believe it was in Germany. There were tying like red balloons leaned too so great and everyone in the town including the police will fucking freaked out and they didn't know what to do and then Burger King was getting angry because McDonalds McDonald's was signing to get possibly free publicity because he kind of looks like Ronald McDonald as well yeah and then they ended up buying add at the end of the movie saying you can't trust clowns or some shit I don't know but speaking of the intricacies of of the film Bill Scholars God who if we're not cautious I will talk about for the whole our bills caused plays pennywise is and we will talk about how we feel but you can probably tell how I feel about Bill Scott Scott as pennywise but he got Sir entrenched as pennywise he actually started to tap into his Swedish verts. What do you mean by that as he was playing pennywise m being older protests and distorting his whole body would actually start to speak Swedish. I'm not sure if you know since we've revealed that your minute percent of Argentinian I am also a minute percent of Swedish and pennywise actually means spoilers. Powell not be scary emergency e cloudy lack owners now. That's more John Wayne story a Swedish. It's tough defense because curry career shit about it but they go. We've lost any sort of Scandinavian European listen but we would love to have you back but yes if you've listened to for your reference before welcome back. You know what you're getting into so. Don't send any complaints to us. If I time listening to for your reference you will must welcome and that is Al Jazeera Attempt to tell you that there will be spoilers throughout Yup again. We will just be focusing on twenty seventeen thousand nineteen it chapter two. I think for the most part hot we will be talking mostly on chapter two because we recently watched that but you know it all kind of interweaves together so let's get into first first impressions so just in general did. Stephen King even hit Kenyan shows. Did you know much about it. Did you watch her growing coming up and what were your. was there any sort of anticipation for these films. Yes so yesterday. Oh Don on shutdown podcast no but Stephen King is well known everywhere it will be quite difficult void his John Ray in in horror at yes. I love that you call him genre. Yes Queen Mate. The thing is I watched the miniseries back in the day. I don't know there's something about clowns. The just doesn't freak me out. Give me a guide the hockey Maskhadov like me. Something's wrong okay so I was going to try to relate to you because I didn't think clowns was such a big week thing in Kenya but then what kind of guys walking around in a hockey mosque in Kenya. Are you going to drop some real truth. Nuggets don't like the real struggles of growing up in Kenya but he's about this goal. We'd face Beijing Nah. This is operatives year but give me a hockey Vasco softening lack. I'll be like you. He brought me itself yeah before I don't. I don't think even though we've dipped a few of altos if if you nasty into the horror ish sort of well we haven't really covered any traditional not just slash. We haven't really covered any traditional in horror. Films mostly been like psychological thrillers like upgrade. Please check it out also get out. I guess you can call US Harvey Harmony but it might not be a movie might not be a movie but it's a horror but that's like a twenty second sound bite of how we feel no but we do give some poignant analysis in regards to that's a feel free to listen to our US episode also get out and also upgrade right but I think this is the first traditional sort of horror that were covering on this podcast. You see that then. I don't really agree with that assessment. It also does that mean. Everything just goes away because a man disagrees with me. Of course the only guy made me doubt well watching a chapter two. I think they focus so much on some of the generic horror tropes and adjusting walk it in click. It's not your sort of skeleton. Key indie horror movie just spelled as if it's more geared towards teenagers for me at least and also way trying to attract this because halfway through the movie and pretty much just watched it all goes to three hours and but that's an interesting thing and it's definitely something worth mentioning because of course it doesn't feel like anything new because you have seen it before but ah you know. We don't really do traditional reviews in that sense but you know how. How much can we rely on the fact that it's been in remade on how we feel about it. You know what I mean. in my pseudo. Let's get deep sort of conversation sation because okay we get it. We get that it's a remake and there are some things that you're going to have to digest that you've already digested right but then and that copy the crux of why you didn't like it because you had a choice and you did watch it so that there needs to be some ernest ship that you have have as a viewer to okay acknowledged that but not let it embodied. The foundational opinion that you have an example of that is lying thinking right. I actually did a mind it but I know like eighty percent of what people are saying about. The Lion. King is just the fact that people able remade it for no reason and we can also say that about it but then it's like. What kind of conversation are you going to have. If you just literally focus on the fact that it's being redone again but not only that if it's bloated as well like they took what in the foster the first miniseries covered around three hours dominance and that's pretty much what this random was for the second so it's over an hour. It's it's running as right now a lot of unnecessary scenes in this and midway through. Oh you like do we really need to watch this. What Parkas is like pointless. Conversations are a really was hard to get into it and to see not exactly why this was so long because we knew of the runtime before we even went in so I told you while we're on the way to the cinema because apparently let me you made me. You made me sit through endgame so that's urine. All night and day may not in debt. You cannot compare the two one franchise a setup this for twenty odd movies this guys you need to on your three hours. If you want to make some sit in the cinema for three hours to on it sorry but I think what we're starting to learn in this day and age is you actually turn have to earn these these production companies these these movie companies and I'm not a Sinophile so I'm pretty sure movie companies in a word common fight me but it just shows that it doesn't matter whether you want it or not. These movies are going to get made right so you can keep you can't keep hopping on that point but it's like like no one forced you aside from the fact that we want to be relevant. I didn't I didn't force us to watch it up to but aside from the fact that we do have a podcast and we do want to try and be relevant and we already vetoed once upon a time in Hollywood which for more please contact attack us but we we try to strike a balance between what's popular so people can come and listen but we also wants to make it enjoyable for us so we do a cover foreign movies foreign TV shows and things just we want to cover but we try to strike a balance right so but in any case we didn't have to watch it tough too low. It is so so now that we've watched it. Let's let's let's a all of your stinky qualms and let's move on because this is going to turn into the monotonous or the shortest podcast. It costs episode if You keep drawing on the fact that it's a remake we get it like everything's a remake so much more than the Latins. It's not just the remake it the added unnecessary content on there that didn't help the plot and did nothing for character develop an EEL. It felt really one dimensional and in some aspects. He just felt as if you're watching the kids who biologically turn into adults like twenty seven years did nothing for them. There's other star of the movie were shown that the vall move along apart from of course are black guy who decides to stay in in my case his name. Yes my cake who decides to stay in Derry for whatever fucking reason season and everyone else moves on a house their lives and then down and then once they come back to the pretty much all the versions of wherever they in seven years ago I am the same person I was twenty seven years ago and thank God for that and said ridiculous. No one is so the front on they wanted to copy paste characteristics across more than two day kids. It's insane. You sound like right now. Matt Matt pretty big with exactly yeah. That's an ultra guys..
"derry" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Leans on vacation with her parents and brother she binge watch is Derry girls back home very friendly a alive every exit I like the fact that he's on the Worrell background and they don't even care about Z. swirl bread grains they did just leave their life as teenager they care about of boys and girls and above money and schools and stuff like that inside the bar it's called badgers manager John kalief tells me about the mural that mural hi there to me I'm glad to see is the museum murals of North America things like that the day cares as just you know that's just helps things change Julie Campbell is sipping soda with her young daughter I think it shows Terry in only its fence line of the people here a funny kind loving and they always happen she says despite the troubles the dairy girls is proof of that Anakin kisses NPR news in Derry Northern Ireland Joan Shelley is a musician musicians right love so it comes with the territory this news everything I don't know what it is because there's so much else to write about but it makes me think that you know something about music something even that the birds are during the trees you know kind of like you can't get away from it Joan Shelly's new album is called like the river looks to see and it's a love letter to her home state of Kentucky she said she had to leave Kentucky to know just how much she loved I've always since I was a little girl wanted to travel a lot I thought I'd be honoring biology boats setting you know cute sea creatures and that was gonna be my way to get around the world so when I figured out I could travel for music this is an amazing switch in this room that I found in the universe could do this and what no one tells you is that it's exhausting so I came back home and realize every opportunity for me because I'm a how to save study home to go back to everything is there you can find the whole world in your friends and family and dig deeper and going to different communities it's just it took awhile to realize that you didn't have to go burn you know a bunch of gassing get everywhere else and go somewhere exotic to live a full life a spring they still can in the song the fading about the way we see a lot of people taking pictures of like broken houses are broken Barnes and we for a moment and see them as beautiful these days I thought that was interesting and so I applied it kind of all the things in my life that seem important when a room when a relationship is great and that breaks down shows you so much about what doesn't work and it takes they I start from the lovers and then I go to the river so they could thanks when we get floods and things such a disaster but it's also so revealing things that don't work when we build hard walls they make reversed go faster and more dangerous jump the banks and you realize you were relying on the fact that it would never change but by their nature change that's the let's see some parts of Kentucky deeply passionate you either go you know to the prohibition era and you see all the the Bible something and there was passion there you know then you go to the office and there's the race tracks in the derby and the Bourbon and all the moonshine this just seems like we're so extreme here sometimes but at the same time there's a humbleness and sweetness that lives inside of all that those extremes and sometimes I'm almost afraid of living here and sometimes and just so delighted beautiful Messi last place that I get to play in the know Joan Shelley talking about her song fading from her new album loves this this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon and more weekend edition awaits also.
"derry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All that around these parts motorcycle season doesn't last forever from Everitt Karl Stephen study BG Boston's news radio a former selectman from Plainville is crying fall after being blocked from a Facebook page that is run by the town's moderator according to the sun chronicle Matt Cavanaugh admits he posted an offensive emoji on the Plainville town meeting side but he believes he's being silent for disagreeing with town officials comments were deleted and he was later blocked by the town moderator Luc Travis who runs the non official page the moderator tells the paper there's no first amendment issue at play here because the Facebook page is not associated with the top four thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is we're gonna begin by let's begin to the north your band with delays on one twenty eight north through Lexington from route three eight up into Wakefield southbound bad route one a down to one fourteen route three back into wall them as well ninety three at a crawl from the second bridge up through Medford route one thirty three a pass River Road and farther north in New Hampshire delays up in that Windham Derry stretching from the hole to tolls a past eighty nine in Concord eight miles there ninety five north it's all clear the Hampton told but delays from Portsmouth New Hampshire up towards exit seven York about six miles there let's see how things are downtown get the latest from the mall free insurance copter it's still in Russia a pair the leverage down ramp all the way down the store drive down star driver the eastbound side is jammed the bathroom stumbled not quite back to balance out at this point now over the summer title that's been pretty good this afternoon that still as the Ted Williams tunnel westbound however is slow most of the way through and one eight north locks up at the square you're slow from there up deportment straight crested after the operation insurance copter and the news not good on the expressway south bound at a crawl from the tunnel most of the way to the split my king with WBZ's traffic on the three is cloudy and humid tonight temperatures will be in the mid sixties and human weekend tomorrow we will feature some clouds breaks of Saddam that humidity an afternoon shower.
Bible shortage feared if Trump tariffs hit Chinese paper
"Update something you might not have thought would be affected by the president's proposed tariffs here's ABC's Derry all your religious publishers may be praying that president trump's latest round of proposed tariffs on Chinese imports doesn't become a reality it could result in a shortage of bibles more than half of the world's Bible production takes place in China critics say the proposed twenty five percent tariff would apply to all books but would disproportionately affect bibles and children's books that's because both often have specialized printing requirements Chinese printers are set up to meet in many domestic printers
How AI is Changing The Content Generation Process
"Always say that. Yes, tech is going to remove to the job roles, but he's also creating new roles digital age, it's probably creating more than it's actually removing and yes, there is no such thing as a job for life anymore. But we must all adapt to the continuously of over digital landscape and reinvent ourselves now in a former life. Of course, I was an IT manager. But now I create written an audio content a future-proof myself, ROY. Not really, because I can't rating how offficial intelligence is changing the content generation process, and even writing its own content. So I wanted to find out more not just in name of self preservation. But how helpful it can be to everyone listening? Now I loved today's conversation. I suspect your going to so book up and hold on tight. So I can be meal is auto. I descend from Cisco where they're having an even craziest spell of whether the wheel here in the UK so we can speak with Nihar some CEO of content stack, and she's going to tell us all about how automatically intelligence is changing the content generation process. So massive. All welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners who you are? And what you do, sir. Hi, everybody. My name is named Hassan Pat, I'm the founder and CEO of content stack stack is a company that's changing how organizations delivered digital content to their audiences. We have in modern content management system. We consider it now the world of content experiences. So we like to think of it as a content experience platform, not Shimon that produces content for a living. Well, the Shyam nervously optimistic about the. How do you think is changing the whole content generation process, so Khun crate completely original stories at the moment, but could that change? Well, interestingly enough, we're already seeing examples where a is powering content processing analysis. It's becoming a really crucial part of the content generation process as well. So to answer your question. Yes, it's already changing fed. I condemn. I didn't give you a few examples of, of how as being used in the content world today. One of the ones that I actually think a super interesting is text intelligence and analysis. So if you think about AI being able to actually analyze the tone, or the sentiment of content when it's being written, and maybe suggesting if it's suitable for an intended audience, their services out there that will do that language, detection, keyword, extraction profanity detection, and an essentially tell you hate that sentence that you wrote displays anger or displays love, and it helps you decide how you want. Continue to write an ocean. How are you? Seeing natural language processing, natural language generation accelerating that process of content generation is anything you can share around those fields at the moment sharing. Yes. So, like we talked about a is not necessarily generating full stories quite yet. Although it's kind of headed in that direction, and natural language processing natural, language detection, which is sometimes called NLP natural language processing natural language, generation and LG. These are things that can help accelerate the process of content generation some of these areas, where is already helping is, is actually doing content translations taking content one language translating it to another language or maybe to a Cal or to generation, and potentially providing transcription of video and audio and turning that into content that can actually be legible, usable adding tone or a sentiment too, that tagging or creating automatic meta data in content. Which is often used for websites and mobile applications and things like that. And you if you're familiar with tools like grammar, early doing grammar checks, potentially saying, hey, you might want to say the sentence differently protecting your content making sure that there's trademark protection. You know, checking against things that are out there on the internet, or things that are out in the world that have already copyrighted a lot of that is happening, and it's helping people to actually generate content work quickly. And with some automating, she I'm still into see more and more transcription services as well. So something like this conversation that we're having today, we have a twenty minute conversation. Trump's grow up full thousand words it could be repurposes different forms of content that really seems to be gathering pace, too. Doesn't it? Absolutely. Yes, in that's actually pretty interesting because if you think about writing it used to be you'd gravity typewriter need, sit behind it, and you try to write something. And now if you have a conversation like this, or if you're even a writer who sometimes says better having a conversation talking through something you can record yourself and that might create something that can turn into a blog post, you just have to go in and make a few tweaks, and then there's actually tools that will layer on top of that, and help you make those tweaks in an AI generated fashion. So the question of Goto ask, what of content stock for into all this, and how is it using to help its customers create those two experiences that we're talking about. Yes. So from our perspective, the world of content management systems of tomorrow, should be a already. They have to have something built in that will essentially, let a I be part of, of the way that Content's being generated on delivered a has to be easily integrated and you should be able to use all the best in best degreed services that are out there to do that. You don't you shouldn't have to be able to just work with only one content management system provider or one company. So we think of everything as Derry open and flexible and so- content sex, the first modern CMs, or the modern content management system that embeds AI into its user experience, and we've integrated with tools and systems like IBM's Watson Salesforce, Einstein on a company called monkey one to give contents debt customers the ability to easily leverage a to create highly personalized content digital experiences that go beyond standard demographics in traditional audience. Segmentation. Really while you're using content stack, you can integrate with all these tools that you like to use and use those to help you make your content smarter better sentiment easier, degenerate faster and integrated with everything that you care about from an analytic standpoint as optimization. Greece side and all that good stuff. You she'll pretty hogh-profile twilla though as well. Which is Miami Heat Maria. And Martha Stewart tonight, just a few. But do you have any use cases? It will help anyone listening anywhere in the world visualize. How you'll creating those a digital experiences but also how valuable they are to businesses to share? Yeah. Actually, one of my favorite ones, and this is something that most people can relate to especially those that are sports fans is the Miami Heat, actually, in the Miami Heat is one of the most beloved teams in the National Basketball Association, the NBA here in the US, and it's one of those experiences where people think about them as modern and. David one tons of awards for their digital mobile app and that digital mobile app is actually powered by content stack. So if you think about what that app is, it's a fan experience app that allows fans to engage both during a game. And also while they're at home continuing to be fans. But what's really exciting is when they're if you're actually going to the arena to attend one of the games, you can use the app to do everything for navigating to the arena parking at the arena, ticketless entry into the arena way. Finding to your seat in seat ordering all of the things that you want to do to interact with players in social media, and other fans that might be at the arena, that's all powered through content stack through integrations and within that saying, digital experienced Dan app. And what's exciting about that, from the Miami Heat's perspective, is that they're able to maximize engagement with the fan? They know what fans like which beverages or what kind of merchandise they bought and which. Games. They like to go to and they can push custom offers accordingly making that experience super personalized delight for delightful for the fans. But then what ends up happening is they get a really incredible return on investment, or what they like to consider a return on experience for their, their use of that mobile
Lira Mckie, Northern Ireland And Sarah discussed on Inside Europe
"Has been international condemnation this week after the murder of journalist in Northern Ireland lira mckie was reporting to riots in the city of Londonderry also known as dairy when she was shot. The group known as the new era says was responsible for the twenty nine year old's death. David hunter has this report Lear Mckee was tipped as one to watch a rising star in the world of journalism. However, her career was cut short. She became the latest innocent victim of a long and troubled history. Northern. For over forty years to communities here were involved in a conflict which claimed Thorson's of lives. Very sorry about fast in Northern Ireland. We don't wanna return to this really just like it's just so set young Garrick your life just doing ritual. People don't want to see a return to the violence of the past the unionist community largely over Protestant bunk. Roy and want to see Northern Ireland remain part of the United Kingdom, but the nationalist minority mostly of a Catholic community want to see the reunification of Northern Ireland with the Republic in nineteen ninety eight after decades of boming riots and murders a peace deal was signed known as the Good Friday agreement the agreement that has emerged from the Northern Ireland peace talks opens the way for the people there to build a society based on during peace, Justice and equality signed almost exactly twenty one years before liras murder and Deloitte, people to choose whether the. Wanted to be British Irish or both by law and also cleared the way for the main par military organizations here too late on their weapons and end decades of conflict lira once described her generation as the ceasefire babies, the so-called new array responsible for her Jeff as one of the groups that which refused to accept on arrangement and is still using an armed campaign to try and bring about a United Ireland. The Irish president Michael d Higgins has this message for them. Please unrepresentative. I hope you'll reflect on what you have done. See the appalling unsustainable on justify take Footrot. You'll have these dissident Republicans are fiercely opposed to the nineteen Ninety-Eight under Britain's involvement in governing. Northern Ireland Ryan's brew going on the streets. Were LeRoy was killed as police searches believing an attack against them was imminent, youths began throwing paddle bombs and bricks before a gunman. Opened fire of the armored police vehicles beside which lira had been taking shelter. She was struck by a stray bullet leaving her partner. Sarah devastated. This cannot stand. There is death. Most not being vain because her life was Shane late everyone else's life. There is friend lost the mat with a young writer earlier in the day that she was killed discussing her plans to build a new life in Derry where she moved from her native city of Belfast. She showed me pictures of the ring that she'd brought for Sarah and told me of the fabulous plan. She had for the proposed in New York. And may I was given strict instructions to where my kilt which she always wanted to borrow onto find a refined.
Troubling: a death in Northern Ireland
"South This economists podcast is sponsored by linked in jobs. Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economists radio. I'm your host Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. A minority of South African people have steadied formal jobs too many, including a large fraction of the country's youth do piecemeal work or are unemployed altogether. We look at the efforts to bring the young into the workforce. And there's a lot of talk about public figures particularly candidates in America's upcoming presidential race speaking, multiple languages, what's with these polyglot politicians. But I. A funeral will be held today for a young journalist from Northern Ireland who was shot dead last week all for the loss of lira. Our hopes and dreams all of her Mazen potential with snuff type a single Barrick. Lira Mckee had been reporting on violent unrest in the city of Londonderry. We believe this to be a terrorist act. We believe it's been carved violent Republicans yesterday. A group called the new IRA took responsibility for the killing it even apologized. The incident was shocking reminder of the fragility of peace since the end of the Northern Ireland conflict known as the troubles. This was an attack on everybody in northern. It. Doesn't matter if you're Catholic or Protestant. British are this is an attack on democracy? The troubles began in the nineteen sixties and painted mostly Catholic Irish nationalists against the British army Northern Ireland police and mostly Protestant loyalists. For three decades violence and terror was a part of everyday life, the turmoil claimed more than three thousand five hundred lives, but in nineteen ninety eight the Good Friday agreement largely brought an end to the conflict today is about the promise of a bright future. Dave, and behold, a line can be drawn bloody past some low level violence continued, but this latest killing has fear and outrage. The funeral today of Larry Mckee is going to feel in many ways. Like, we'll most states occasion. Tom Wainwright is the economists Britain editor where expecting to see the Irish T show that the prime minister will say the president of island the secretary of the UK as well as low two local politicians from Nova Nyland, of course. And so it's going to feel like a big deal, and it really is a big deal in Northern Ireland. This kind of killing of innocent civilian in what seems to have been a terrorist attack something that really has shocked people. It's by no means the gnome since the peace agreements of twenty one years ago. This kind of thing is much less common than it used to be in people here really really shocked by what happened last week, and Tom what can you tell me about the group responsible for misbehaves death, new IRA and its relation to the other groups with IRA in the name, it's it's a bit confusing. Picture it is it really isn't. I think to understand that you've got to go back to the Good Friday agreement of nineteen ninety eight and. What happened? There was that the IRA and most Republicans agreed to end any kind of struggle and take their fight for the United Ireland to the debating chamber of the streets. But at the time there was some Republicans who disagreed with that to this represented, a capitulation, and these guys who are now widely noted dissident Republicans have continued that struggle on a fairly low level. But nonetheless, they are security worry five the security agency raised the threat in Northern Ireland is severe they have continued trying to police officers, for instance. And so why do the new IRA kill Lear mckie? Well, she seems to have been killed by stray bullets. She was watching a riot taking place in the city of Londonderry Derry as it's known to Republicans, and she was watching from next to police come and she was shot in the head and later died, and this riot was kicked off really after police had been raiding homes in the area shortly beforehand seems that they were concerned on the. The Easter rising some local Republicans might be out to coast trouble. And seems that some cycle dissident Republicans is this as a excuse to get that people on the streets and co some trouble and the new IRA said it was an accident and apologized there's some significance to that. Right. There. Is yet seems that they really feel as if that on the back photo of this that agreed which has said, the it's propensity is violence to said that the Republican coups, but they seem to be well aware that locally these kinds of acts of violence in which older NRI innocent civilians killed or injured go down extremely badly and really risk setting that goes back, and we've seen evidence of this already in dairy, the headquarters of a local political party, which is supported by the IRA people being smearing red painted handprints on their offices a form of protest and lately various Republican murals have been graffiti as well by people saying things like not in my name. Name. And so they think realize that this could set them back in a big way. Police also reporting that moving one hundred people have sent them with information about the killing and in a city like Derry, that's really unusual. This is not a place where people have historically been happy to talk to the police about Republican activists. So we could be seeing Quanta change. So do you get the sense from all that then that there is just simply less tolerance for the kind of violence that was so common during the troubles. I think that's right. I think since the Good Friday agreement which was almost exactly twenty one years ago. Many people in Northern Ireland of come to see the peace that's being achieved is enormously valuable, and the idea of going back to that is something that really worries a lot of people. And I think most observers thing that the chances of returns to scale violence, very slim, but any sign that violences on the rise is obviously a worry, especially at the moment with Brexit going on which is causing all kinds of problems for Northern Ireland. We've also got the problem of the Northern Ireland assembly having been suspended now for more than two years. So there's a feeling Northern Ireland is inevitable position so events like this do concern a lot of people that people worry that things are being destabilized that, but you mentioned Briggs in in passing there. Do you think that all the negotiations and the degree to which Northern Ireland has been such a lynchpin of the negotiations has sort of reignited tensions? It's certainly reignited tensions. Yeah. We haven't yet seen a big kicking off of large scale violence or anything like that. But tensions absolutely have been heightened. And it's not surprising because the peace deal made back in nineteen ninety eight really hinged in many ways on the UK an island shed membership of the European Union that help to enable these countries to have a border, which is not just open. But invisible, I mean, if you go there and drive between Northern Ireland and their public of island, you can do so without even realizing that you've crossed the Boda, and of course, membership of the EU means the two countries of members of the single. Markets, and so no customs checks needed and since nineteen ninety eight people know of Nyland being able to choose whether they take Irish or UK possibles in many ways, they've been allowed to feel as if they are either Irish Oprah show oath if they want and so the UK now leaving the European Union really will subject that to strain. And it's clearly pulling the UK an island upon a way that nobody on typically to twenty one years ago and many people particularly in the Republican community. Most of them voted to remain, by the way, think that Britain is in some way reneging on agreements that were made or hinted that twenty years ago, so it is a time of heightened tension. Yes. Tom. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you.
'New IRA' admits killing Northern Ireland journalist Lyra McKee
"Europe. The new IRA says it was behind the killing over journalist in Londonderry, Bloomberg showed Shankar has more on the violence in Derry. Leyrer Mckee was shot dead. We'll covering riots on. Thursday that if Republican group has offered its full and sincere apologies to have family and friends in a statement given to Irish News it says, she was tragically killed in the course of attacking the enemy two teenagers arrested over her death were
Comedian Says CBP Agents Pulled Him Off a Bus, Called Him ‘Illegal’
"Of a phone call tell the border patrol. He was legal says the officer lied to him. Anyway, Nell shaky says he was released after threatening legal action. Abo- New Hampshire state trooper clocks a car on interstate ninety three doing one hundred seventeen miles an hour and a fifty five mile per hour zone. The officer able to pull over the car driven by an underage Kelly. Murphy of Derry, New Hampshire. Who had a passenger as well as open containers of alcohol in the vehicle. Both arrested for underage drinking with additional charges of resisting arrest reckless driving an operating under the
Explainer 140: Floral tributes
"In Flanders fields the poppies blow between the crosses bro on row. Those are the first lines of a poem written by Lifton Colonel John McCrea, a Canadian medic who served with the first brigade of the Canadian field artillery on the western front in the first World War, and who died of pneumonia in France, not long after hostilities ceased after the second battle of IPE in April, and may of nineteen fifteen McRae noticed that the first life to push through the devastated landscape and muddy improvised, cemeteries were scarlet poppies. The flower has since become across the Commonwealth a symbol of remembrance in modern Britain. However, the poppy has become a symbol of something else. A designation of which side you are on in one of the twenty first centuries, deeply tedious culture wars until really quite recently. The Royal British legions annual poppy appeal worked like this sometime in early November you approach to current or former soldier in a train station dropped some change into their bucket. Perhaps parted with a few awkward were. Words in appreciation of this and walked away with a red paper flower into your coat, which you wore until remembrance day, November eleventh or more usually until it fell off sometime beforehand. Money was raised for a fine. 'cause and a gesture of gratitude and solidarity was made it was a humble and dignified ritual. It is now a circus outside novelty poppies appear on the fronts of taxis and tube trains, and with increasing frequency in the lapels of politicians apparently feared that sporting anything list. Ostentatious would be sacrilege the mesmerizing Twitter account of giant puppy watch has this year spotted such monstrosities as poppy face paint, poppy themed pizzas and a poppy. Replacing the kickoff spot on at least one football ground. This has been made worse as has absolutely everything by the toxic combination of tabloid and social media Hughes and cries are raised should some of the public figure fail to sport a poppy last year temple veins, throbbed purple when England cricketer Moeen Ali, not insignificantly to the nine ruckus that ensued. Embiid Muslim will spotted poppy free in eighteen photo by the time Ali explained that his poppy had fallen off. And he just hadn't noticed the horse of confected outrage had long since skate the stable door of truth. It is possibly if I a cly instructive that some of the most interesting reflections on the puppy have come from the few footballers who prefer not to wear. What is now default addition to their kit at this increasingly tiresome time of year stoke city's James McLean is uncomfortable with the poppy ju to his upbringing in Derry Northern Ireland with the British army is not regarded with unequivocal admirations, Manchester United's pneumonia matych has decided he cannot separate the poppy from his memories of his own country Serbia being bombed by Britain among other nations in one thousand nine hundred nine. The annual poppy row like all such four or against Bally Hoos both works and infuriates by refusing to admit ambiguity, this correspondent who is a poppy wear for what that may be worth is personally aware of actual current or former military personnel who prefer not to wear one. And if people who donate generously to the appeal, but believe advertising the fact to be gauche people contain multitudes political discourse. In this cursed age seeks to cleave everything into binary oppositions. This will absolutely not be the last word on the subject, but it should be. It is if you like your cut out and keep poppy route adjudication to be referred to every year when the interim between Halloween and Christmas is consumed by this fact, she was ruckus if the struggles and sacrifices of those who lie in Flanders fields and elsewhere were for any one thing it is surely that you may wear a particular symbol or not wear one for whatever. You choose. And it's absolutely none of anybody else's damn business. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew mullet.