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Fresh update on "dina" discussed on Fresh Air
"Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey says choking fires and devastating hurricanes will make our climate crisis a national issue. My brief is that climate is on the ballot this November. Marquis joins us this hour as hundreds of thousands are under evacuation orders and million's air breathing air That's hazy with smoke. I feel like I am living through the opening scenes of the movie Interstellar. It's pretty creepy and scary to think that this could be our new normal plus why the stigma of hearing loss has led to so many quack cures. Stay with us. Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston, President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are both campaigning in northern Minnesota today. NPR's Amy held reports their visits coincide with the first day of early voting in the key state. Trump is set to hold an airport rally tonight in Bemidji, Minnesota state. He narrowly lost to Hillary Clinton in 2016. He's seeking to reverse the state's near five decades run of voting Democratic in presidential elections. Trump has promoted his tariffs on Chinese steel as a boost for local mining. Died in this week released a statement touting organized labor as well as the importance of Minnesota's iron range in American manufacturing. Today, he's touring Union training center in Duluth. NPR is Amy held reporting. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says legislation addressing concerns about the record breaking wildfire and hurricane seasons will be introduced next week. During her weekly briefing today, Pelosi said some of the energy packages in response to the hundreds of wildfires burning along the West Coast, millions of acres are 20 times the amount this time last year. Wife are. Hayes is now even saw some of it reaching Washington D C. Of course it has. Covered the country, America can no longer afford to deny the connection between the climate crisis and the wildfires. The legislation comes as more than two dozen major wild fires continue to burn across Pelosi's home state of California. The state has confirmed at least 26 deaths from the fires. Military spokesperson has confirmed to NPR that the morning of June 1st, a top military police officer, was looking for a kind of military heat Ray that might be deployed against demonstrators in Washington, D. C. NPR's Dina Temple Raston has more NPR has obtained written testimony from major Adam DiMarco off the DC National Guard to the House. Natural Resource is committee and in it, he said he was copied on an E mail from the provost marshal of the Joint Forces Headquarters in D. C. Asking for the availability of two things. Ah Long range acoustic device called Danel Red and the active denial system or a D E S. T. A. D S is known as a heat ray because it uses millimeter wave technology to heat the skin of people targeted by its invisible ray. A military spokesperson confirmed to NPR that the email did go out, but added that the inquiry was part of regular military planning. Marco told the committee that he told Joint Forces Command headquarters that the DC National Guard didn't have either device. Dina Temple Raston. NPR news on Wall Street, The Dow was down 339 points. This is NPR. The Commerce Department says it will block all US downloads of the Chinese owned at TIC Tac, as well as transactions on we chat starting on Sunday. Trump Administration has accused China using the APS to threatened US national security and foreign policy. American novelist Winston Groom has died. He's best known for writing Forrest Gump, which was the basis of the hit 1994 Oscar winning movie starring Tom Hanks. NPR's Andrew Limbong reports. Groom died this week at his home in Alabama. At the age of 77 Force comes, the book didn't become a hit until the movie became.
Fresh update on "dina" discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"The PODCAST. CAST, which is awesome and. How tell us out was because what I'm curious about because I haven't done it talk show since you February. I'm just curious like what was it like I'm assuming there is new studio audience like what was the protocol for having gone stage where you'd like eight feet apart from Kelley? What happened? It was pretty crazy. Actually nothing has felt like is other worldly like apocalyptic as preparing to go in there because you get taken from place to place like follow this Blue Line and people in like medical suits are like go this way there's like lasting I've everywhere. because. Now, they're protecting their their stars in their production than Stevens out they do to swabs up nose to us do you have to? Yourself, they won't even touch Yo. You have to pay this one hundred no sites, Yep. Exactly I actually really appreciated that because it's like, Hey, I'm done this like. I know exactly what to do. I need to feel like I'm sneezing I'm going to get a good read on this but yeah, we had to do our own Cova test first time. And then you go wait in there and say, okay, you're clear to go. You can do it. Too they give you the rapid test. I, wonder how effective I gotta ask Terry I wonder what the efficacy is of the rapid test versus like the regular one that takes twenty four hours you know my thought is they're they're protecting like they're protecting their staff they're protecting the the the crew. Everyone's so excited to be back to be working that I do feel like they're going to do whatever is best for everyone and I don't think they would give people a false sense of. Safety because it would only take one person to go in there and make everybody sick and then we would start. We would have to start over again. So I do feel like everybody's running a pretty tight ship and here's the craziest per. So when we went into the stage for small work besides the fact that we get to even be in personal space with Kelly Clarkson which with. The they put us on three separate couches so that we were six feet apart and the studio audience was made up of late twenty five of the biggest ipads you've ever seen so that the people that were projected in, it was like a spaceship, it was like Star Trek, but the so the feces were like three times the size of a regular face out there were twenty five women from like the countries chiming in with it was insane. That was the part that I was like. In the future. He's crazy. Ruined it's so interesting because I wonder because someone told me that America's got talent did pretty much the same thing that they got TV's everywhere and they did it like a huge zoom meeting or something like crazy. Yeah. I mean it's I think different. It's hard to perform. I kept telling Kristen I'd like look at it and be like did I say something offensive because they're all muted so you don't know if. You don't get any feedback. It's like crickets. Yeah. Yeah. You do comedy and that's the hardest 'cause that's when you know you have John Write. Jenin. I couldn't like see each other. So then I was like what she sayid but again, like if there's anyone who makes you feel like you've got your feet on the ground and you're in a in a happy space that Kelly Carson because she is the real deal and she is so kind and. Made you feel like we were just in a living room That's just crazy. I'm a huge Kelly Clarkson fan like huge I went to the first season of American idol when it was down to the final rain when it was Kelly and Justin Guarini Nikki mckibbin and me and my girlfriend Dina, sat bear we're like in the third row and I I mean I was obsessed the entire season I I knew Kelly was GonNa win from the second episode I just knew yeah her audition was like blowing yeah, we let me tell you this. If you're a Kelly Clarkson Fan we got there is to get there earlier than Jentzsch as they staggered us and so when I was in like a very loose version of hair and makeup, they had a screen in there and she was rehearsing and like just listened to her like workout. This Ed Sheeran Song like. Talk through her vocals was the coolest thing and like she's she's so good when she's just like. Hey, testing testing one two when to in it's like A. So. Much better than that. have not read that sound kristen that is not. No..
What a Buddhist Monk Learned from Nearly Being Assasinated
"Thank you for making time for this. Really excited to talk to you. I really. WanNa. Hear your story because I've read a little bit about it and it's fascinating. Can you tell me how you first encountered Buddhism? Yes the first time I encountered Buddhism is in nineteen ninety. Lift to Uganda in nineteen ninety as students. Still mean for not fair Housing Need Gun Die Scholarship to study. INDIANA. Headed the government of India through in Yemen, extent culture program is going to pay for me to study in India. Business. That was excited. I didn't know anything about Buddhism, but the only thing that is connected to bosoms what Gautama because we studied history about Indian personalities like Mahatma, Gandhi, end Gautama Ferretti that good Mohsini Buddha. So good time. I have ever happy faintly and my story. So when I went to India I. did not that even the religion could Buddhism philosopher David so I just went to study business and until nineteen and arrived. I'm because when I arrived India, they had this strike. And then we we didn't go to school. We did started this school immediately. So then our putting a hostile where there are some people who looked very slim doing and. They have shaved head the they are putting on robes or rose. To say hello to them. So I went there then I sit hot one and the ad it beaming smile had. Happy so we became friends and in A. Long Story Short, the me into the temple I should dig would ask you then they told me about Buddhism there that Buddhists and the they told me don't take Dina just delighted breakfast. Assault then they are the ones who really told me that yes, this region called Buddhism and it took me to the temple for the first time and the temples. Good. Assure the hand. I should be behalf either in Chattanooga and that's when I I really got to know that a temple. So that's how I know about what is him but That Buddhist people edited and those most just wanted to be friends with me. I wanted to be with him and Cindy. GimMe Food they give me a minute things slowly slowly they stop telling me about. What they believe in. On time I went to Brahma, cameras, we just the boost people, but is meant tradition. The told me that debilitate Bra Mars. And I had seen one I was quite or the time in the evening Tony Oh I asked him you. Calm and peaceful way. Have you good evening? He told me he goes to meditate or. Meditation then I went there admitted with Matas and then they have discovered this that you focus on lucrative. And then you really meditated breathing in and breathe out but his commentary, right so your story piece food. Your Com nobody can destroy you. So when I finished that a mid station, I went to the monks again I told them that that'd be meditating this. Who told you to meditate thought that some of the WHO's Viacom common peaceful and told way can meditated. Then I told him what I've been doing the told me no, no, no. No you should meditate weapon go deep meditation, and now doesn't fuss time to get to know what meditation you good. Mom told me the best meditation Vision. So then I to know mutation literal. So from Buddhism. The most yeah. About Communication Gorby. I know you were raised Catholic. So, here you are in a completely different country encountering this religion for the first time a religion you didn't even know existed what about Buddhism and Meditation spoke to you given your history why was it so appealing this practice send this faith. Actually for me into the. Lack. of Meditation when I went to Meditates it was no Malini evening and then I was so stressed out in India, it's hot country I was eating hot foods and I was looking for Chatchai filled to see. Every time I went to look for because I was McCaffery those no jet unfunded when I go to the judge, this was in Hindi, a language that I don't understand. So now we're not going to judge there I was going. To check. So that. Good. That back. Then I believe like that. So now every time I go to check ECHINACEA the English obvious or gotTa salaries so which is my language I was just going to judge People just talking a foreign language and literally I said. This people have also religion could Hindus I to do what they believe in and then slowly by slowly when I went to. The fuss medication do not even a Buddhist one I did a Hindu meditation. So I sat. And mid I feel so much. More peaceful than me. When I was in chat, you know in chat sometime of silk can now is it new? Don they're going to pray things? So but that's a short time in a judge acquitted my bring. But when I was in meditation, I told really give any and. When I came out, it was so peaceful and relied rest of amongst the win admitted. So peaceful.
"dina" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"For the public to watch many states now are gonna be having mail-in ballots and Nevada. So, we won't abuse sure that everybody gets their ballot fields at turns it in early. So we can be counted. We've got the president trying to starve the post office 'cause he's not afraid of fraud that's what he says, but he's really afraid turn turnout because you know Z. won't win if Turn out. So that's the key they're going to be lots of virtual events around the country Joe Biden is going to be moving around and so is commonly Harris she had such a element of excitement to the ticket So I just encourage people to stay engaged but to be sure that they vote and that their neighbors, their Sunday school teachers and their family alternate vote because it is critical and we WANNA WE WANNA get those votes locked up the poll numbers. Look good for Joe Biden And contrast between the programs of helping real people through this and seeing them the virus and the economy go hand in hand I think plays certainly to Mac constituents more than what you're hearing from Donald Trump but we all take anything for granted. We don't WanNa wake up like we did four years ago thanking Hillary Clinton was GonNa win and be shocked because President Obama said elections have consequences and boy today ever so that's the message we're getting out. We're going to work hard for every vote. Excellent end because you are a member of Congress, do you have elections every two years to? So you're you also have an election coming up in November How can our listeners help sport your election? Well thank you very much. I hope they will where we never take anything for granted. They say there are only two ways to run unopposed or hard lackey like you can't win and that's what we're doing but it's very interesting now that we have to do it all virtually I'm so used to be an Anon Mac district goes I love seeing constituents, kissing babies, shaking hands, going to rallies, have debates, and all of that's very different. Now it's just All virtual and CNN, Tonkin over the airwaves but we'll be doing as much of that as we can. So I hope people will will remember us and think about US and win. It's safe to travel more come and see us in Las Vegas Yeah can't wait till. We can do that again where you'll be welcome. Is there anything else that you wanted to make sure that we? Talk about today. Well, I just think it's an exciting time for women Nevada's set a record last time we now where the first state to have a women majority legislature and we've got more women running for office than we ever had we've got more women in Congress than we ever Hey ed but we still have a long way to go you know the Obama. Three hundred symptom women have been in Congress spent three, hundred sixty I think compared to about twelve thousand men. So we got some way to make the but women GonNa play a big part in this race. In this campaign just I know from your own experience, it started the bride after Donald Trump got elected with the women's March and that would became a movement not a moment and women are very engaged this time. So I think they're gonNA make a big difference they were running or organizing voting. Yeah I hope. So and I am super excited for the first woman vice president. So I'm. GonNa. Do everything I can to make sure that happens well May to I'm with you and thank you for doing this. You know having these kind of conversations and getting information out of owners is really important. So thank you. Yeah. Well, thank you Edina as since you said to call you. Thanks. So much for joining me today. It was really fun to talk to you and will make sure we post all the information about a about you in your social media and everything on our website too. So people can find that help spread the word. Well, thank you for that and I hope. If you just WANNA chat again to bras talking politics you'll call me up. We'll do it again in the future. Yes we'll do hopefully we'll do it to celebrate November. So. Thank you for listening to two bras talking politics the dim cast podcast network our theme song is called. Are you listening off of the album? Shaped trees the band.
"dina" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"If you're paying mortgage union, see how quickly people kind of go into desperate straits. Yeah you mentioned that you had taught at the college level and I know we think a lot about a alimentary high schools and what this pandemic is doing there but I know higher education is something that has also sort of was already kind of teetering on the brink of various kinds of collapse and. This is certainly not going to help like with tourism people have to feel like they've got money and resources and the ability to to go to a college or university. What sorts of things are you seeing in the Higher Ed field on the way that this is affecting? that. Field and and what sorts of things could be done to to help make sure that this isn't a collapse. while. The University and Community College, State colleges here in Nevada are still almost completely virtual classes fowler being told on Line and that upsets the structure of faculty and part teachers. If you got fulltime faculty non Teaching Online that means some of your part time faculty don't have jobs and our place, you might not think about it. But where it's really benefactor international steady most universities have programs abroad. inanimate we aren't even allowed in a lot of countries but rate of the viruses. So how those programs are just kind of dying on the van and the people who tout in those programs now don't have a job in what whether Spain, or Greece or France or wherever the program might be in those opportunities don't exist certainly, minority communities will need more assistance. To go to school and we got to take a hard look and Democrats have been trying to do this but stopped at the Republicans. At student loans so that you can have that money to go back to school when you can and you don't spend the rest of your life having dipped pay off that loan. I think the systems also going to have to be flexible and do some focus on what's needed in real life and not just in theory GonNa need some real serious job training or retraining programs and apprenticeship that universities and colleges worked together with maybe labor unions or chambers of Commerce knows what groups at might be to retrain people who don't have jobs to go back to? See. You were one of the really early endorsers of Joe Biden I, think you're the the first congress person in an early voting primary states to endorse. Vice President Biden. You Talk to me some about why why you endorsed him. So early and what sorts of things US see him being able to do where it's such a sort of crucial moment in American history. As a often this most important election of our lifetime and I've said it over the years but this time, I really really really. I've known Joe Biden for a long time. He came and campaign for me. He knows Nevada something will surprise because I'm probably the most progressive person public office here in the state of Nevada and have a long time reputation for that. When I just believe that being progressive is getting something done and Joe Bat and crew ticket do that back when the issues were controversial that today we don't think as much about like violence against women, for example, very early climate change bill healthcare This a big deal that obamacare really was because it began the expansion of healthcare for so many uninsured people also have been in this long enough to know that you need somebody he knows how to govern somebody's who's got experiences got knowledge and compassion to kind of bring this country back together at camera steady hand on the Tiller because we've just had so much drama we have rolled back. So many needed regulations to protect the planet and protect individuals and freedoms and liberties. We've lost our position internationally one respect leadership through just a lack of diplomacy, an abandonment of our allies and I thought Joe Biden was the person who was the best qualified to do that starting on day? One I love what you said about progressive means getting stuff done. A long described myself as a pragmatic progressive. Know. You, talk some about that because I think that's sort of a attention in the DEMOC or you know perhaps a false tension in the democratic. Party right now, this you know the the sort of progressive allowing the whatever more moderate wing that I think maybe as doesn't need to be there. So can you talk a little bit about what you mean by that sort of progressive getting stuff done? Yes, the progressive we used to call ourselves liberals but now more. Astrological ourselves progressives but I'm very proud that party has come together after the nomination of Joe Biden and you see all of the former candidates out there actually campaigning for him and talking about ways that we can can work together Joe Biden's not for Medicare for all but he's an experience for an expansion of Medicare moving in that direction because he believes that healthcare is a right, not a privilege and that's The basic staff and he's proven he can get it done because President Obama sent him to the hill to to work this out when it was. So contentious some ten years ago look at violence against women. Now, it's just a an issue that you think surely nobody can be for that. But when he pushed that act, it was a time when balanced against women wasn't even talked about publicly it was. Hidden in the closet in the backroom personal homes and private stories. But he was out front and doing that climate change is the same way we we we recognize it as the existential issue of our day. That's what was being called because we don't have much time left to take action and save the planet. He's got a very extensive program to do that, and again I think that's progressive. So I believe the party will come back together. Certainly in this election and moving forward with the democratic. Party has always had room for differences opinion, and if it moves a little to the laugh that's okay. Yeah I love that I wanted to ask you too about the the roll call in the DNC convention. So I think, I. Like a a lot of Democrats are just so it was a surprise I didn't realize what it was gonna be like until it was happening and it was just so thrilling to watch. So so many different parts of the country in people and the places and and you got to be in that representing. Nevada can you talk? A little bit about sort of how it came to be and what it would like to to film that that segment from Las, Vegas well, I'm so glad you mentioned that goes I just love doing that. That was just one of the most fun and exciting things I've heard like you say people all over the country just thought it was fabulous to see people in their home states that may be going forward. We'll always do the roll call like that. So yeah. Let's at Joe's the famous Las Vegas sign because it's at conic in everybody recognizes it and just wanted to highlight the people who built this state and you are keeping it going during these drastic times. So we had a firefighter on the front line we had a healthcare worker we had a chef and A. Worker from a restaurant because that is such a key part of our economy and we had somebody from the building trades. Abby Debbie because that Labor has really built this town going back to the days of a boulder dam, and so they were all highlighted standing there with me with that backdrop it got a lot of attention even Colbert let's tonight. So laughed about said, look like I had brought the village people. Yeah I love it was definitely iconic and. I mean the whole thing was just was so fun. To see into, you know sort of gas why people had chosen the the spots that they had chosen. It tells the story of this country in negative highlighted in the Democratic Party is so diverse. includes. All races all ages I'll I'll parts of the country I'll ethnicities. It was really the face of America. and very different than the Republican roll-call ended up being. Another one of those highlighted contrasts. Yeah. So we're getting pretty close to the election here. We're just two months away now. which should people be doing in these next two months to to make sure that Joe Biden Income Lehem elected. They'll be some debate. I think the contrast between our candidates in there's will be dramatically..
"dina" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"This is Kelly. With two broads talking politics part of the dumb cast family of podcasts and the other broad on with me today is representative. Dina Titus from the Nevada I district Hello Representative Titus. Hello and thank you for having me. Please call me. All Alright grades will do thanks Tina for joining me as so all sorts things I would love to talk to you about. But I'll start by saying I am talking to you from my dining room, which is now also my children's virtual school. Where we are in the US right now is that we haven't been able to reopen a lot of schools or some schools have partially reopened because of Covid and because of the pandemic and I know that Democrats in Congress in Joe Biden a want to do a lot about this but Republicans are standing in the way. So talk to me some about what I way you would like to. See happens that we can get our kids safely back to school and what all of us can do to to help make that happen well versed you have my great respect for all that you do and now homeschooling on top of that, I know we all want to get our children back to school. I was a professor for thirty four years so I can only imagine what it'd be like. From, the House but we put money in the heroes bill that we passed about two months ago to give schools resources that they need to open up safely whether that's mass for teachers some structural adaptations of classrooms and lunch rooms that sort of thing that a trillion dollars. But now that's just sitting on the Senate side where. McConnell has said we need to take a pause will children can't take Paul's Workers take a pause and people pay the pay the rent and the mortgage can't take a pause. So we're trying to push them to to at least do something to help schools. But what she needed, who had Joe Biden has been talking about is to let local school districts make the best determination for what they can do for instance here in Clark Gannon, Las Vegas, the rural. Schools have opened in person, but all the urban schools that are so much more crowded are still teaching virtually but even saying that locals should make the determination they need from the federal government some best practices, some guidelines, some standards for win it's opened safe to open and some help with the resources they need. We've got teachers who are having bass supplies out of their own pockets. And much less school districts that are really strapped because tax revenues are down somewhat during this. BARACOA. When you've got families that are worried about unemployment, what are they going to do with that childcare if they go back to work and now on top of that, worrying about their children going to school and despite what trump says children don't don't catch it the latest pediatric studies. Show that the increase among children and teenagers is higher than the general population and if they do get it is not just the students is the teachers as the lunchroom lady as the bus driver and his all the family back home. So it is just a bad situation with no leadership and I believe trump just won't to open up schools to have some semblance of normalcy. Thoughts though it may be yeah. You know one of the other things I've been thinking a lot about is broadband and broadband access. You know I I'm lucky enough that our Internet has kept up when we have now four of us on zoom calls at the same time sometimes with two kids going to school into two strain to work at home. But there are certainly places where that where the Internet where the broadband access would not keep up. You know what? What are all the sort of disparities you're seeing in the way you know at as hard as this is a for my family I know that it's really not that bad and we'll make do but but what are some of the places where the disparities that already existed in education are just gonNA continue to grow? Well, you're absolutely right. That's a serious problem in Nevada in two ways. One is we have such remote rural areas with very small populations. They don't have access to that kind of broadband, but also in the inner city like my district, which is the heart of Las Vegas very ethnically diverse a lot of communities of color on disadvantaged communities not only don't have the broadband they don't have the computers for the children to use. So the schools are trying to provide laptops and they're working with. Charitable organizations to raise money to do that. So we can get laptops to everybody, and then the the cable company here has been in managed not to charge extra if you have students who are trying to do their homework along with parents working teachers teaching so that they can have some kind of affordability to get access to the Wifi once they have available. So I know that in Las Vegas, there's a huge service worker population a lot of jobs that can't be done remotely like my job can be done. How is this pandemic affecting the workers and and their jobs, but also their ability to to do things like remote schooling if that's necessary for their children Is We get a bad one, hundred calls day in my office people who just need help making it through the week nine talking about long term sustainable recovery. When the economy is hit nationally it's hit even harder in Las Vegas because we are so dependent on travel and tourism has He will have to have a little money in their pocket and feel good about their safety and travel to moment come on holiday, and they're not doing that one intend jobs nationally as tourism in Las Vegas as one in three jobs right and they are. Is twice the national average and so many of those service workers whether it's cocktail waitresses or housekeepers or other hand up hotel services are women and they are women colour. So those communities are hit especially hard and if they get to go back to work now, they're going to have to worry about had a juggle that work schedule with whatever school schedule they come up with because had they leave their children at home if they go back to work. But if they don't go back to work, then they risk losing unemployment and besides because they didn't pass the hero. Zach net federal supplement to unemployment as ended. So it's a spiral as unemployment. This childcare costs there's ability to get foods or food stamps or through food banks, and now that the moratorium on rent is over, you can be a victim or lose your home..
The Steven Stayner Case
"The Smoke Californian Falling Tan of Said Laws One hundred thirty miles southeast. Of San, Francisco providing access to the Sierra Nevada mountains and California's central coast. Surrounded by almond groves and paycheck orchards. The town's slogan is gateway to Yosemite. A ninety mile drive leads ride into the heart of the famous Yosemite National Park I remote area of wilderness spans close to seven hundred and fifty thousand acres. The Miss said community is close knit with residents enjoying the range of outdoor activities on offer including skiing, fishing, hiking, and swimming. trae line to neighborhoods featuring numerous paths and pox make miss said an ideal place to raise a family. From nineteen, Sixty, seven to nineteen, seventy, one this Dana family lived on a twenty Acre farm ranch just outside of method, county? Parents K into del had married wake soft like I met and had gone on to have five children. Kerry Cindy Stephen Jody and Corey. Del worked as a mechanic at a local page cannery and also grew almonds on the families found. This Dana were a loving family as practicing moments. They enjoyed attending church services twice a week and in sped to on the children loved exploring their lodge property. Once a month, the family would spend the weekend camping at a nearby like. Middle Child Stephen loved the great outdoors and would explore the farm for hours with his dog daisy. Hey and his father often went fishing together. But it was a running joke that Stephen couldn't keep quiet long enough for them to catch anything. This summer of Nineteen seventy-one was hot and dry and Dell's almond crops struggled to due to poor irrigation. Hey Decay, decided to sell the ranch and move their family to suburban Miss said. They purchased a three bedroom single story in a lower middle class neighborhood that had a swimming pool in the backyard to provide relief from the summit hate. The. Move was difficult for seven year old Stephen who missed rural life. At first, he struggled to adjust to his new school of Charles wrought elementary bus September of Nineteen, seventy two he was settling down and making friends. On the evening of Sunday, December three nineteen seventy seventy-two Stephen attended the birthday party of his friend. Sharon giving her a stuffed Koala bears as a present. When he returned time Stephen Raved to his parents about how much fun he had had at the Party and tell them how much he was looking forward to Christmas in a few weeks time. He was so excited that he had trouble falling asleep that night. The next morning Monday December four was a regular day in this Dina household. After breakfast K. inspected her for eldest children to make sure they were presentable school while the youngest corey wasn't yet old enough to attend. Kerry Cindy Stephen and Jodie then walked the twelve blocks to Charles. Rot. Elementary together. With sixth grader Kerry keeping watch over his three youngest siblings. Stephen finished school at two PM, which was Annella hour earlier than his brother and sisters. He usually walked the half mile home with friends, but it was raining and cold. So K. decided to pick him up on her way home from running. Samaritans. She arrived at the school at two ten hoping Stephen had anticipated that she would pick him up and was waiting for her. However there was no sign of him. K. Drove home keeping annoy out for Stephen along the way. She didn't spot him on the Straits and when she arrived home at two twenty, he wasn't dairy the. At three o'clock, K. and Del returned to Charles wrought elementary to Pique Cindy and Jodi up from school. Carry wasn't there as hey typically won't time with friends. But Cindy into Jodi time their parents, they hadn't seen Stephen since lunchtime. This. Wasn't an immediate caused by concern as Stephen had recently by any trouble for going to his friend's house off to school without seeking his parents permission first. Del had punished him with a belt to the backsaw does the turn but they was certain he had disobeyed them again.
New York City mother and kids removed from flight after 2-year-old wouldn't wear mask
"Brooklyn woman and her family were kicked off a plane because her young daughter would not wear a face covering here's ABC Geo Benitez cameras rolling Wednesday as a moment being told to get off a JetBlue flight from Orlando to Newark because her two year old daughter would not wear a mask. I I was So taken aback. I said, What did I do? Why Hyah! Brooke was traveling with her six kids when her youngest Dina just wouldn't wear that mask and she started crying. You wanna wear one? They said she has to wear it has to cover her nose on her mouth. I said, What am I supposed to do? Shoot entire hands of feet like how am I supposed to force her to wear masks? Other passengers joining into support? I stuck up for her shard at point set, says when she did, her family was also picked off the flight. JetBlue says she and others became uncooperative and they were issued a full refund and escorted from the gate You're trying to make. It seems about my son because he was eating French fries. Boarding the plane didn't have a mask. JetBlue says it sends customers This email before the flight that reads all travellers. Two years of age and older must wear face covering and that the policy was updated two weeks ago, But Brooke says, the JetBlue website said this on Wednesday. Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement if you had to do it all over again. Would you travel now during the pandemic after this experience, absolutely not was extremely traumatizing for me, my family. The mother says that a JetBlue executive did call her to apologize. By the way. Most major airlines do have similar policies in place, and the CDC says that Children to end up should be wearing A face covered.
Mother and kids removed from flight after 2-year-old wouldn't wear mask
"Woman and her family were kicked off a plane yesterday because her young daughter would not where a mask cameras rolling Wednesday as a mom is being told to get off a JetBlue flight from Orlando to Newark. Because her two year old daughter would not wear a mask. I I was So taken aback. It's what I do. Why Hyah! Brooke was traveling with her six kids when her youngest Dina just wouldn't wear that mask and she started crying. You wanna wear one? They said she has to wear it has to cover her nose on her mouth. I said, What am I supposed to do? Shoot entire hands and feet like how am I supposed to force her to wear a mask? Other passengers joining into support. I stuck up for her short at point set, says when she did, her family was also picked off the flight. JetBlue says she and others became uncooperative and they were issued a full refund and escorted from the gate trying to make it seems about my son because he was eating French fries boarding the plane didn't have a last one. JetBlue says it sends customers. This email before the flight that reads all travellers. Two years of age and older must wear a face covering and that the policy was updated two weeks ago, But Brooke says, the JetBlue website said this on Wednesday. Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement if you had to do it all over again. Would you travel now during the pandemic after this experience, absolutely not was extremely traumatizing for me, my family. The mother says that a JetBlue executive did call her to apologize. By the way. Most major airlines do have similar policies in place, and the CDC says that Children to end up should be wearing A face. That's a B
Why The Tax Collectors Cinthya Carmona Defied Religion to Pursue Acting and Find Herself
"How do you get from that resistance to you than being in La? Making ooh, I got kicked out of my house. Yeah, I mean look. I grew up in in a very strict household, right? Religious strict household. Emma rebel I'm a rebel I always have been I don't think that that makes me me. I was born the year of the Horse. So freedom is really important to me. Running wild is really important to me. I'm a capricorn also release stubborn and totally believe in these things. By the way I'm a capricorn and I'm just really ambitious and stubborn. I liked just do things my own way and my back is there a conversation that you had were they were like? That's what you want. That's fine. BP Don't live here anymore. Absolutely. Absolutely it was it was masked in other things. It was like Oh Cynthia was being like if you ask my parents, they'll be like, oh, she was being difficult. She was rebellious and I know it's like I wanted to do things all around I was just an artist and you can't trap an artist. It was absolutely like if you wanna live your life the way you WanNa live, your. Life. You can't do it in this house if you don't WanNA conform right like if you don't WanNa live see. No kidding me. Away glass you need to go. And and I did it was the best decision I ever made in my life because I needed to be free and I needed to take that risk and I was homeless for a while I lived with some released weird people for a few weeks and months, and then my mother Dina. Came back into the picture was like you're not gonna live on the street. You're not going to be with all these crazy people. I'm GonNa take you in and she's she nurtured me for a few months. I would say almost a year guiding me encouraging me to fulfill my dreams and then I reconnected when I was about nineteen years old with the very first director that I had ever worked with on a sketch comedy show and I was like sixteen or seventeen, who at the time in Miami was doing a project for John called Moti mortally. And he was this like Big New York director who was making moves in Los Angeles and doing all kinds of stuff and when I connected with him and I was like hey. I WANNA act and I want to go to Los Angeles and like I don't know anyone there. Can you help me? He was like absolutely you should've you should have been I'm so glad that you wanna be an actresses exactly what you should be doing. You have a lot of talent I'm going to help you. Then though twenty twelve, you moved to New York, to train at on the road repertory company is that right? Yeah. Yeah. With Alice Spe- back. So take me back to deciding to make that leap I trained as a dancer. So for me I always knew that like I can't get onstage nobody how much natural talent I have I can't get on stage and do you know a a bunch of times and leaps in all in jumps in all? Of these things without having trained a performance day in and day out for hours, and even though I had a lot of natural talent as far as acting goes, I didn't go to college for acting didn't get a degree in this till this day it's always been a chip on my shoulder like man I wish I could have gone and why you man I wish I could have done Tisch like man I wish I would have had that. I didn't. So I knew that I needed to train with the Best I. knew that I couldn't necessarily call myself an actor without studying the greats without studying Shakespeare without studying much theater as possible I was already working in La at the time I already had a manager I really had an agent. I had already had credits under my name I had done a couple of movies and TV shows. But I felt like a bullshit artist didn't believe myself. I was like how the hell am I gonNA call myself an artist if I have never really trained theater so I moved to new. York. and. That's when I really sunk my teeth. Into, what I know as an actor natural talent helps a lot and like I feel like I'm a really sensitive person and I've had a lot of things on my life that have really formed and shaped me on this journey to be an actress but. Honing down those skills and studying the greets in is probably the most important aspect of my training.
Why The Tax Collectors Cinthya Carmona Defied Religion to Pursue Acting and Find Herself
"Did you always know that you want attacked? I. Was always a performer. I was always an artist. I. I had this thing when I was a kid or I was a little bit of a spy. I would just watch people. I would just really watch people and I've always been really fascinated with human behavior and I would like go home and like write down. Things that I saw my parents they used to argue a lot growing up and things were kind of crazy and I would just sit there and listen to everything that they would say, and then I go on my own and I would like reenact their arguments. I was always very strange in that sense, but I'd eat know that acting was thing that I could do I grew up in a super religious I never said in an interview before but my family and I grew up as Jehovah's Witnesses I always say very religious I'm telling you. So You understand my ends Jehovah's Witness. So I am well-versed and so growing up being. An artist wasn't acceptable in this religion. It's like that's not what you do. I'm not saying that it was forbidden, but it's just like that's not the path you're supposed to take right and and so I didn't really have that outlet I played a lot by myself and I would create these plays with my friends and like I said, you know just little spy. And my my real first. Outlet as an artist. Was Dancing. So I was always very physical, I've always been a very musical person and so growing up, I just found performing in dancing and you know also something that wasn't allowed for me to do I didn't go to dance classes I didn't have that I just had a lot of natural talent and just practicing a lot by myself at home and watching all kinds of you know vhs, videos I'd watch some like dance videos that my mom had from the eighties. and. Again, I would want to be like them I was you just imitate them. So I started as a dancer and in school I just got into every dance team cheerleading squad anything possible that I you know my parents didn't really have to take pardon and after a while they got used to. Okay. This is something that she's doing. Let's let her get too excited I went on. In high school to be captain of a dance team where the teacher owned one of the top down schools in Miami Miami Lakes at the time and she gave me a scholarship as long as I I worked for her where I got just free training training for like four years while I worked part time as a teenager in her studio and growing up I was really lucky because. I, have a mother, Dina? Who happened to be a talent agent and a manager for Dylan Villa talent in Miami and since I was born, she always used to say Cynthia is going to be an actress and my parents would laugh at her like you're crazy. That's not going to happen and as a kid I started showing these tendencies. He's like performance tendencies and she would tell people like she's going to act. That's. Her thing. She would try to send me out on auditions. I'll never forget later she told me this when I was like nineteen that she would call the house and say like, Hey, we want to get Cynthia into this commercial. We would love to see her for this other and my parents would say, don't ever call here. Again, we were not gonNA. Tell her and just hang up the phone. At a fear it wasn't until later on in life I was like sixteen or seventeen that she sneaked me away to go to acting workshop was my first acting workshop and I had no idea what I was doing I just went in there and I had to do this monologue about this young girl who was looking at herself in the mirror for the first time. Like really talking to herself and seeing herself is what I mean for the first time like looking at her insecurities into seeing just really having that moment with herself and I did it and I connected to it on a different level that impacted me so much more than dancing ever had dancing was a beautiful way to express myself but acting really accessed my soul and that's when I kinda hit the bug I connected to something emotionally on a deeper level that I said, this is what I need in my life.
Chicago PD launches looting video in an attempt to ID offenders
"Have released a video of downtown, alluding in an attempt to identify the suspects, one video shows and three people taking a hammer early Monday to an A T. M on the 800 block of North State Street. Chicago police chief of detectives Brandon Dina Han is asking the public to take a look at the videos and pictures that apartment posted to its website to help identify people looking at these videos. Someone surely knows the offenders that are causing this destruction. So please help us bring these criminals to justice. We need help to get him off the street before Judge. These are obviously very dangerous People. More than 100 people were arrested, two shot. 13 police officers were injured. As the crowds looted stores along Michigan Avenue and on the near North Side,
DNA & EOs with Dr. Lindsey Elmore
"All Right folks, I'm here with Dr Lindsay Elmore. One of my favorite human beings on this planet, she's a speaker author, brand strategist podcast host am world renown wellness expert, she translates. Science into understandable stories and travels the world educating audiences about natural wellness Lindsey. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for back. Absolutely thanks for having me back. It's an honour. Well, you're one of my favorite guests becoming a recurring us which I love so I'm glad that you're here today and I'm super excited to talk about this particular topic of DNA and what our DNA can tell us about essential oils, and we've actually had a number of guests on the show before to to cover this topic. But I feel like you're gonNA just sort. Sort of put the icing on top of everything and make it click in people's minds because that's what you're best at just breaking down complicated things and making them simple. So this is part of your thirty podcasts in thirty days. Tell us a little bit more about that. Well I recently started a podcast called the Lindsay elmore show, and I, some of my guests have been have been educating me on how you can. Can Get your podcast out there. If you go on a podcast tour and a few months ago, I was at an event called pod Max and one of the speakers was a writer for four herbs and she had written an article about how she accomplished doing thirty podcasts in thirty days, and I just thought, wow, that sounds really hard and I decided why not give it a try and book as many as you. You can get the word out there and really share all the different facets you know. I. Love Essential Oil. So I'm excited to be here to talk to your audience, but we're also looking at podcast that encompass all of the entrepreneurship that I do the Vegan cooking yoga. Even my new little cat. We've applied to some to some broadcast to talk about you know my first couple of weeks having a kitten and so. A great way I, don't know. So it's a great way to meet New People and to share topics that I care about right. Well, I, love how the podcast world is. So multifaceted in that way, like we are human beings, we are complex creatures and we are both passionate, right. So have been able to find. There's a podcast there for everything. So whatever little passion or hobby or? Or thing that's like in your heart that you want express share with the world. There's a show out there to do just that for people who are hungry for that information, which is one of the reasons I just love podcast. Absolutely. I. Completely agree there. We have come across some crazy crazy podcast and we even applied to one and there was only about the health benefits of olives. Like was like, how do you have a podcast only about that? But there is legitimate podcast for anyone and everyone. That's hilarious. I'M GONNA have to add that into my book that I'm writing about podcast. Dina's is just an example how niche you can make these things. So. Let's dive into the Science DNA. Tell us what gives us like the kindergarten version of what is DNA, and what can you tell us about our bodies. So DNA is basically A. For your body, every single person has DNA and there are building blocks of DNA called base pairs, and we each have about three point two, billion base pairs of DNA, and what we have is these base pairs make called genes. So there's a sequence of the base pairs that make gene the gene in codes, a part of your body bit either contributes to the structure of your body. So you can have a gene that helps to encode for tissues or four bones or for tea. Or you can have genes that encode for the function of your body, and so this could be perhaps an enzyme or it could be a spleen soul that is destined to help clean your blood cells. So DNA it's a blueprint, it's built of base pairs that make up jeans, and then genes encode the structure and function of our bodies. Okay. So with that basis of information there how why, and what, why do? Do essential oils differ in their benefit based on different DNA types like I used to think that all essential oils just kinda did the same thing to everyone and then I started using essential oils in seen how center oils did different things in different people's bodies and I'm like Oh. Why is that his dad because of our DNA? Well, it could be because of your DNA. So within your, DNA, we have. Have things, called snips and the snips Stanford single nuclear tied Holly. MORPHISM 's this is a really fancy term that basically means mutations. We are all mutants because we don't all have matching. DNA. That's what makes us human? That's what makes us beautiful in diverse. So mutation has a bad connotation to it, but really, and truly all mutation is is where they're within those base pairs that are building your DNA there. there. Is a change with one of those base pairs and that is called a single nucleotides polymorphism. So when we look at the population as a whole, we can identify what is the most common nuclear tied sequence within our DNA. This tells us at every single point within the DNA, what is considered the normal trait? Some people have different nucleotides. That's where those snips comment those single nucleotide polymorphisms. So these abnormals. Tides lead to our genetic mutations. Some of them are benign. So some of them don't make any difference. You know you and I could have two different SNIPS and our bodies still functions
DNA & EOs with Dr. Lindsey Elmore
"All Right folks, I'm here with Dr Lindsay Elmore. One of my favorite human beings on this planet, she's a speaker author, brand strategist podcast host am world renown wellness expert, she translates. Science into understandable stories and travels the world educating audiences about natural wellness Lindsey. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for back. Absolutely thanks for having me back. It's an honour. Well, you're one of my favorite guests becoming a recurring us which I love so I'm glad that you're here today and I'm super excited to talk about this particular topic of DNA and what our DNA can tell us about essential oils, and we've actually had a number of guests on the show before to to cover this topic. But I feel like you're gonNA just sort. Sort of put the icing on top of everything and make it click in people's minds because that's what you're best at just breaking down complicated things and making them simple. So this is part of your thirty podcasts in thirty days. Tell us a little bit more about that. Well I recently started a podcast called the Lindsay elmore show, and I, some of my guests have been have been educating me on how you can. Can Get your podcast out there. If you go on a podcast tour and a few months ago, I was at an event called pod Max and one of the speakers was a writer for four herbs and she had written an article about how she accomplished doing thirty podcasts in thirty days, and I just thought, wow, that sounds really hard and I decided why not give it a try and book as many as you. You can get the word out there and really share all the different facets you know. I. Love Essential Oil. So I'm excited to be here to talk to your audience, but we're also looking at podcast that encompass all of the entrepreneurship that I do the Vegan cooking yoga. Even my new little cat. We've applied to some to some broadcast to talk about you know my first couple of weeks having a kitten and so. A great way I, don't know. So it's a great way to meet New People and to share topics that I care about right. Well, I, love how the podcast world is. So multifaceted in that way, like we are human beings, we are complex creatures and we are both passionate, right. So have been able to find. There's a podcast there for everything. So whatever little passion or hobby or? Or thing that's like in your heart that you want express share with the world. There's a show out there to do just that for people who are hungry for that information, which is one of the reasons I just love podcast. Absolutely. I. Completely agree there. We have come across some crazy crazy podcast and we even applied to one and there was only about the health benefits of olives. Like was like, how do you have a podcast only about that? But there is legitimate podcast for anyone and everyone. That's hilarious. I'M GONNA have to add that into my book that I'm writing about podcast. Dina's is just an example how niche you can make these things. So. Let's dive into the Science DNA. Tell us what gives us like the kindergarten version of what is DNA, and what can you tell us about our bodies. So DNA is basically A. For your body, every single person has DNA and there are building blocks of DNA called base pairs, and we each have about three point two, billion base pairs of DNA, and what we have is these base pairs make called genes. So there's a sequence of the base pairs that make gene the gene in codes, a part of your body bit either contributes to the structure of your body. So you can have a gene that helps to encode for tissues or four bones or for tea. Or you can have genes that encode for the function of your body, and so this could be perhaps an enzyme or it could be a spleen soul that is destined to help clean your blood cells. So DNA it's a blueprint, it's built of base pairs that make up jeans, and then genes encode the structure and function
We Went to Goodwill Everyday for A Week. Here's What Happened.
"Welcome back everyone welcome back. I'm Nina I'm Shannon we did a thing. We did. So. This was your idea Tomo. Tell them what it was. Yeah. So it was like Hey Dina we have a lot of time on her hands. Let's go to the store every day for a week and you're like. I. Already do that. Let's do it. I do I didn't realize I was doing it until you kinda called me out on it. It didn't really start off as a challenge for me. I found myself with some extra time that I've been home since March I was a selling machine, right? Like people are a buying mood right now. So I kept going back to restock stuff and then you call me out on it and I noticed how much I was going and so you're like, let's make it official and do a goodwill challenge where we went to goodwill days in a row and we wanted to see what we found in how we felt. Yeah. I feel like it was more of a challenge for me than it was for you. You're dislike dislike no big deal. Aw, who do this right here right now. I like Tuesday it was like redone. Yeah. I. All right. So let's tell them where we went. Okay. We feel like we started off strong because on Monday we went to bins and the actual good bull story that is connected to in on Waterloo and that was a good day but I feel like the bins kind of out a little bit. Yeah. And then the next day we went to state road, and then we of decided to go our separate ways for the rest of the week and I went to state road again, just to kind of check it out see what was going on see if there's any new things pop in. then. The end of the week I went to the Canal Fulton store and the Jackson store. So I was all over in multiple counties. Yeah. You sure will. Really weren't counting. Okay. So that's nice. We had a nice variety. We weren't sure if we're going to do the same exact goodwill every day, but realistically, it just didn't work out that way. So we kinda mixed it up. Let's get to the good part then. Okay. Let's talk about what were the main lessons takeaways what did you learn throughout the experience? Okay Honestly my one is I need to get back on a budget because by the end of the week I was like, oh My money. So I think that in the beginning of the year I had like a hard goal of being on a budget and having an amount that I was going to be spending monthly, and then with everything happening with the world I kind of got away from that because it didn't really need to budget for places I wasn't going, and then now I'm back out and I'm Kinda, gone gangbusters and just like vinyl too much. So that's kind of my number one is get back on a budget. That's a great point I. Remember you had a really good budget plan we talked about it before i. Even had remember you said you were going to set aside some money for sustainable brand right I need to get back on that train. Well, did you have fun? Yeah I, S- I had fun until it didn't. But I'm a grown I'm not as patient as you are. So I think like I'm very much like. At a certain point I'm done and I need to leave the store but. I think when we were together, you're there a little bit longer you know. So even just like are you okay you can leave you know and I felt bad because I'm sure you could tell that I was like so ready to leave but you definitely stay in longer than I do I'm just like sometimes I can do like thirty minutes forty five minutes but you're a good hour and a half girl if you're going hard, you know. So it's just like that's hard for me to to look. At a certain point he was like, okay let's go and you're like, Oh, I just got started on this. Yeah. Yeah that raises an important point about finding your balance as a thriftier because everybody thinks that you have to do marathon thrifts because that's just kind of how it is you WANNA, go to every corner you wanna see everything you don't want leave anything behind but I think you have to find that balance that works for you because then you will start to hate it. I like I like both like now that I have time on my hands I it's nothing for me to go in for an hour and a half. But when I'm working outside of the home and I'm not as flexible I'm in and out in our like thirty minutes looking third fifteen minutes paying fifteen minutes trying on. So it's like it's a quick process and so I could tell like I was like chicken you're putting off a lot of nervous energy right now because I was trying to do my car edit right? Like I'm going through my carton folding everything and taking pictures of everything and you're just like you were grandpa like pacing back and forth. I'm like you can leave. You know that I thought that I was getting away with it because at mask on it was like she can't see my face. I'm good shed and didn't even need to look at you the energy you were putting out like I was like Oh. My God. Am I gonNA get grounded I feel like I'm in trouble right now you say you're GonNa Kinda scared. So. Nervous that I like kind of shook it off Mike. All right. Talk Myself Out of it like you don't have much today you don't different our show. So yeah, I'm such a impatient person sometimes no I think that it's just you. I totally get that like there are some stores that I would never want to be in that in there for that long and so I think it's fine. Everybody has their different comfort level where everybody has a different comfort level and you just have to figure out what that is and that way you won't. You won't hate it right now. Yeah. So I did I did have fun I did get tired but I felt like it was a true. Thrill and treasure hunt. But besides that. So one of the first takeaways for me was that it really reminded me of how much stuff we consume. Oh, I know seeing new stuff every day. Made me both happy because I was finding really cool stuff. I was also felt like I was saving things from landfills. But I was also shocked by the sheer volume of stuff. One store can put out every single day. Like we knew that goodwill put out thousands of stuff a day especially at the bins. But when you see it happen and kind of unfold before your eyes it's like a remarkable thing, right? Right because I'm a here yesterday and now there's more and then like I'm still I'm there for two hours and then they over they rolled out like three or four carts like it's a lot harder stuff that we have in this world.
The Joy of Photo Contests!
"Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo him. Your Hose Frederick Johnson Today on the show. I got my friend Mr. Ori- guten. He's the Co. founder over a company called view book. They specialize in photography contests or has agreed to come on. Let me pepper him with questions about the state of the photo contest industry where view bug is has been where it is now and where it's going Ori-. Welcome to the show man how you doing in great. Something to see you here. You as well as long time to time agreed on. In person good to see you over the camera, I. Know I know I think what was the last time we hung out was? Was it over drinks and San, Francisco? That's right. Yeah, no, that was great. To, see you again. Good to see that you're you're you're happy and healthy? Your sort of withstanding or weathering? This whole pandemic thing is everything. Same Kelty where Downing San Diego. Everybody's working remotely but. no-one would everybody's doing well. Yeah, no, that's awesome. That's awesome. Okay, let's dive in. It's Friday. Respectful of your time here, so let's dive in so view Bug Dot com view bug dot. com is the name of the site that you co-founded. What's the origin of that? Why why a photography contest sort of software as a service engine? Restarted View Book Further Kabbah a little bit over ten years ago when My Co founder Jimmy being enthusiasts, photographers were getting friends Amoeba family. Saying Hey, you. You have a really cool photo. You should to this contest or to that contest, and they would send links via email, or like a heard about these other contests, and then, when looking at those pages or sites. Some of them look Dina. IFFY or Scammy I wasn't sure if I wanted to send. My image didn't know what was going to happen with the copyright etcetera so. Start talking about it. Where we thought that it would be wise to build a community where the contests would be the backbone of the community and make sure there's a place where photographer feel safe and comfortable joining contests while giving it an interesting twist were contest used to be only Samira photo and see if you will not. The way we do it, this moral forgets contest, but there's a whole community around it. So that was the initial thought. We need to solve that problem of not knowing the contents was legit or not. Let's make it a safe environment and build a community around. I love that I. Love that because you hit it right on the head, one of the one of the reasons I. See this a lot in own in the twit pro community. One of the hesitant. Or the factors that lead to hesitance to submitting the photos is because of that terms and service that go along with some of these more shady contests. You know there's like yeah. We have the the possibility of winning all these great prizes, but we own your photo and we can sell it, and you know in perpetuity for three thousand years. You, know all this for for for the chance of winning something that you're probably not GonNa Win Anyway Talk. About how view bug is different from that. We break it where we go completely the opposite. They're photographers. Always keep the right to their images. We cannot sell. The images sat at all and again. We're photographers ourselves. A wilder stunned where we stand on giving the rights of your images, and you mentioned it try. Contest you participate, and you have a very low chance of winning, so it's not only up about being top top winner and the contest we have a different type of disease of the image, and then it's really cool. We give you a lot of analytics behind your submission. The other images you can get inspired by seeing the galleries of the participants and there's boarding blind voting, so we can share with you where you're doing ranking our comparing university others enjoying your images like are they cannon arts or It's. So we make it fun interesting and as part of an educational process rather than the participation nor gone this process so. It's very different. Feel look and feel when you participate in our contests. I like that I. Like that that that like you, said the exact opposite of give us all your photos and we'll do whatever we want with them, and you're probably not going to win anyway. which kind of praise on the uninformed in the week you know those kind of contests. That's interesting. Talk, talk a little bit about the community side of it, so is it. Is it just as giant group of photographers in every now and then contests spouts up that they can compete in, but otherwise they're talking amongst themselves, or is there another sort of modality to it? So there's another one. Right now. Over three million strong members. So. Every day it's so inspiring to see that type of photographers are joining the community, and it's all types of photographers from board threats to landscape to architecture. It's unbelievable. Finally Photographers and We know there's different type of photographers and there's different experts at the friend John Russo. When you join view book, there's always between thirty to fifty. Different contests not are open for submissions, so you can really explore your great DVD's. We see a little for the referees that are experts for example at architecture, and they see our context, and they reach out to us, and they say you know. I never thought that I could. Join contest out four drinks, but I saw that contest and I got inspired. I try order now I'm getting a lot of people. Congratulating me on my portrait, so we tried to have many different types of contests with different themes and subjects,
"dina" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"Divorces, shepherding people through what may be one of the most terrifying times in their lives along the way I often have to remind people to lower their expectations when dealing with matters of the heart, rules simply don't apply because all fair in love and war open your heart. Fasten your seat belts and let's go. I'm Laura Wasser the divorce attorney and founder and CEO of the online divorce service. It's over easy I'm Johnny rains, and this is the all's fair podcast where everything relevant relationships is up for examination and discussion relationships by their very nature are layered and fluid, and they change shape as we evolve. It's my job to observe and interpret these observations into tools that can help families achieve their necks iterations. Divorce can be many things, but it doesn't. Doesn't have to be ugly and my advice to celebrities and civilians alike is keep it amicable. Do your best to keep the split under wraps social media silence. Don't publicly attack your ex. Keep your kids best interest in mind, but of course people don't always follow my advice fools that they are. We'll get into that with our next guest who has turned her next chapter into something special, not only for herself, but for her children as well. Joining us now is one of the most well known monitors in the business. She's a tireless mother of four and author and a Reality Star in her own right, and she's also launching a new podcast. Here's a taste. Have you won Gina Lo Han and I'm the host of our new podcast. Listen to me the og date and her Carlos Chanel Amari. From Chanel the city and together we will be teaming up to set the record straight on celebrity tabloid gossip. We both been there. We've seen it all announce our churches speak. That's right Mama D we will also be discussing virtual dating comedy and how Kobe? Is a everyone and more so come on the journey with us by subscribing and rating the podcast. Make sure to follow us at listen to me. The Gee Mama de podcast on also media platforms for updates and more. We will see soon. Welcome to all's Fair Dina Lohan in s magazine this month. You say that your ex Michael. Lohan, you have come to a very good place co-parenting your four kids. Tell us a little bit about how you guys got their. Loaded question divorces tall. Relationships are. Marriage is tough. Token there by you know I got married very young Michael and I bolts were very so. Prior to me, getting married I was with my first love who was killed a car fire. He was in the same business Benjamin I was in so alive. That really changed my life clearly and in I. Think now looking back in a very positive way that. I just felt at that time. I really. Grew a lot. I didn't go out for a year. Know I just kind of watch soap operas at my Parents House and then a year later wants to the Surf Club on the Upper West Side I. Don't know if you knew that hasn't Diario yes. And my three best friends who are graduating from University of Virginia and I was at Nyu at the time, so I met Michael knocked bottles champagne off the table. Statistics can say. Did you think what you've last name. On Attack Myers do not only Nicolette Sullivan Sullivan look it up. We'll bats like crazy. Create a million Solomon's. Is Born in the Bronx but grew up on allowance sillier. Again that the rest is pretty much history, I was engaged within three months. Mary, after sits. Wow, you know. It is what it is I've been divorced. Her decades were two decades and grown. It wasn't immediate. You know. There was a lot of things that transpire which probably knows. I don't WanNa be redundant I just know that now. We're friends in a great place on this Guy Jesse using my life is friends with Michael and he kinda help to that as well Is he principal? But it's a big deal. Because I you know I see Michael the Hamptons and he's like you don't like it with us. It's like cool. We're not anything really oppress native so. There is a very scary time. And for me, personally I was going through, and he was going through issues that caused so now. I get were in a great place up my children. You know they're older now might just is twenty three. This is thirty injury that makes me one hundred three. Anyway, so he's so that. That in in looking back retrospectively, you know. I'm from my parents for years, so I don't know divorced I don't know opponent very fortunate. You know my mother's Italian. She throw a couple of shoes it. My brother's yardstick wasn't perfect, but actually I never find each forced. We all read, Cinderella right remarried rejoin. Kids I'm going to rejoin grandchildren at the little train that good. Yes, yes, yes. Do you think that. The press exacerbated the divorce acrimony between you and Michael Absolutely, but there were. Right and their work things that really did happen neither him, nor I could. Say, it wasn't true because you know abuse going on, so that was true and. You know! The rescue was totally sensational. Nor did you public right? And how do you think that part of it? The public part of it affected your kids. We talked to so many people who are getting divorced and again there's abused. There's drug and alcohol use adultery, and it always is miserable, but again in most situations you're not reading about it at the market or having your kids. Friends talk about it at school. So how did that affect your children? How old were they by the way when you guys split up? We'll we were together and split up several times. Terrorist all four children for a time. And then he went through his own situation, which is for him to tell I? Don't like talking about somebody else. They're not here so I can only tell you what happened to me. and Lindsey was little and Michael was little the to one's. It was you know there was like eight years in between that. Six to eight years in between that where we weren't together and I- custody custody, so so it was a very different time, and the younger to weren't really affected as much so I feel the older, too, which is why you know. They used the word co-parenting. are going to grow up in have relationships and grow. It was certainly not thrown out. You don't say by daughter's thirty three. I'm not going to hang out with her document. Mother? And a father is well, I think all parents and I stress this to any one going through divorce, and it kind of brings tears to my is because they gave to keep their.
Chicago PD charge man with murder for fatal shooting during riots, looting on West Side at end of May
"Police have announced murder charges against a man accused of shooting three people is they tried to stop him from looting a Westside Liquors door May 31st Victim, Tommy Gatewood was fatally shot that night in the 5100 block of Madison Teenage woman in a 21 year old man were also shot but survived. Chicago police chief of detectives Brendan Dina, and says the community deserves credit for assisting the department tracked down. The alleged offender is very unfortunate to see community members doing the right thing trying to protect their community and telling people to don't Luthi stores stay away from these stores. And then you have an individual like this person who comes back and decides even though he's already loaded the store. He sees these three people and he's going to go and shoot on causing one of their deaths the weekend the shooting occurred one of the most violent in recent years left more than 110 people shot in Chicago. 30 of them were killed. Elise to say a
"dina" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Welcome to New Jersey Carolina's famous for also kind of implying that she could get you. In trouble bright, but like not, but but didn't actually ever say anything. which I think is kind of one of the reasons why these women stopped being on TV Dina before Caroline. Caroline that spinoff, and then her daughter got married on TV and then her kids maybe had something to do with TV because they are still influencers in a way. And they're father-in-law. Tiny Manzo was executed, mop style in August nineteen eighty-three, after he and again Beano Family Soldier Peter Campsie respective skimming from casino on Staten Island in a couple weeks later, they found tiny Manzo in the trunk of his car with his. Four slugs and his torso, and his naked body, arms, and legs rebound and plastic. Okay killing was never saw. God, so people are getting mad. At Danielle, people are getting pissed. Danielle for her Bob thing when she and her husband wrote the Cop without a badge book and remember, but he was like yelling at her meanwhile. These three are deeper in the mob than anyone at all I I'm trying to think of so I think the Manzo family is is most closely because the Manzo isn't one of the big five families, but they are if you google them. When they have ties to the mob there apparently tied to the Gambino family because he got five families. You know famously in New York, you got the Gambino's the Columbus the bananas. The Geneva's and the Lucia disease. Oh, we'll Lucia Lucia disease. Who He hired to yes, which is why that name? It's like Oh that's not just some random name. That's one of the big names that's one of the major names, so it's like when you look into it. It's not even like these are just you know peripheral mob families? These are like the big boys, but it's also interesting to me. Also is that these women willingly went on television when the whole point of being in the mob. Mob is to like not satit so these women brought attention to themselves in a way. That feels like it goes against like the idea of its Carmelo went on a reality show on the sopranos like that would be a great idea, and actually that happens on the Sopranos. When Christopher gets his Hollywood deal, and Tony's like you're making a movie about us like don't I'm not there yet? Oh, I know he's been trying to write a screenplay. Writing Guess? He sucks at rating, but he content I'm not. This isn't a whatever he continues to do this journey. That is made and Tony's Tony Watches it and is like what the fuck. That is related to this in a way, makes sense like if I was the I if I was in the mob in my sister-in-law or my my wife from X. we're going on television and everybody was like looking up all this history about whoever I would be like. This cannot be worth it for us as a family. You know anyways very interesting how it goes back to the Sopranos. Everything learned about the mob I learned from watching Sopranos and Real Housewives of New Jersey, apparently and mob wives. And.
Jada Pinkett Smith's Alleged Relationship With August Alsina
"We had aside scandal allegedly. Claims. Jada, Pinkett Smith or read saying absolutely not true but August didn't get the memo. He had a lot to say on Andrew Louise Youtube show. I actually sat down. With will and had a conversation. He gave me his blessing. And I I totally. Gave myself to that relationship for years of my life. Okay so again. Jason Eyeing it, but if it was true, you have a situation like that like. How would you approach someone spouse if he wanted to have relationship with their wife or husband? Hunter I feel like you've been in this situation before you tell us what you did. They you for assuming that I would have more than. One person interested in me. Let alone multiple. I. You know what there is something I think there is obviously there's been rumors for a long time that they've had an open relationship. It's not a big deal. It's visitors other relationships in Hollywood where these same rumors are very true, people you know in love and you might not be where it's just common. I think my theory is for will Smith and he's kind of talked about it before, but he doesn't like. Like failing and things, and so the idea of a second divorce, is he that his all is his biggest failure ever? The idea of having another divorce was way worse, then the idea of having an open relationship if it works them allegedly. This is my opinion, not sure who knows that's that's I. think that this is okay for them. It's not okay for everybody, but it allegedly might be okay for them. We talk about celebs all the time I mean. There were married couples I. think that we were talking about. That lived in different houses. That Before I. Think Julianne Have Split with her husband they were. Sleeping separately there are a lot of people in marriages have dynamic sat. Mainstream people would feel like it's taboo, but I feel like if it works for you, it's really up to no one else to judge so whether Jada had this affair or relationship with August or not. I really feel like is their business, and if we'll are happy and solid, can make money together have a healthy family and their unbothered by far be it for me to be bothered by it. Absolutely I agree with both of you wholeheartedly. Wholeheartedly, I mean these people have been married since nineteen ninety-seven. They have figured out I. think she'd been quoted like. We have grown relationship. We know what works for us. and I think the fact that they've they're still married. They have two grown successful children like good for them. If she wants to do things on the side and he's okay with it is not our business as you said, Dina and we are not to judge.
"dina" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Right well the other. Part that I remember from the show is when there was that moment, which was like the first time I think they actually have like a real reunion because I don't think they really did it with OC and it was. They come back and. What you, what family, so where did? Like? Okay, I though that was the whole thing with the book you know. And that was sort of exaggerated of coup brought the book from the library, or someone brought it to the hair salon. That whole thing, but. Basically according to Dina. More like the producers Kinda was like you need to bring it, Caroline. This is like boring. Something needs to happen. And then she felt Carolina made a bigger deal out of this whole thing with the Danielle and the daughter in the dad, and apparently there was just more like a conversation between. The Dad it wasn't that big of a deal was with her, not being on the show, not being the show, and it was almost like DNA had no issue with Danielle going into the reunion and was like. Hey, by the way, don't bring it up. Caroline like we're good on this like don't and then as the eight hours went on Yeah Carolina I. Don't know if someone put it in her head or she felt she needed to like. amp it up because she knew how much love she got when she was like with the. Don't talk with my family I think. She felt like she had to come with it and all. Dina was like with the fuck. Is this like what? But when she talked about how she moved in with her and they'd had this great. Fun Time as the kids were little, and the boys were little and. It was sad that they were no longer friends, but I don't talk to one of my sisters so I'm never I'm never going to judge? I'm never going to be like blood is thicker. What talked to my dad? There's nothing wrong with it like your life, so you can wake up every day. Have drama, and so, but now you're like oh wait. There was this whole other level where where maybe she felt she wasn't this bad marriage, and they were protecting or or again. Maybe I'll think doesn't like Tommy. Maybe he's like he's a fucking Dick. I can't believe he did. They're probably horrified. I don't think they like Hey Tommy by the way. But my other argument would be like if you work at the Brownstone, aren't you're wondering why the three hundred and thirty person wedding was only ten grand instead of four hundred fifty ground, yeah. Whatever I mean, you know because I'm sure if Tommy and Alfie don't get along. He's not going to be like Yo, I'm gonNA. Give my homie like the big discount, and he's like no yeah tra-, but I think I. I think they were not and I. Think she said a million times she wanted to protect protect. Lexi was like in the very beginning daughter was like maybe in high school. Thirteen when the cat was wrinkly cat talks and she was no talk. Yeah, and a little known, she was like a little cute thing. Yeah, and she wanted to protect her and yeah. Wow and now makes me think one is the Kim. Kardashian tied up for higher gonNA come out. Because that was after that I think that was twenty success. Recent, yeah. That's gotta be. That's never been. You know really proven who did that, right? Yes, and since you said it takes a couple years, the clocks tick in. We need to find out who hog tied her in Paris. I'm dying. You think there's more to it than just being like professional. Peres like burglars all. We Know Kim Calcio. He's saying the hotel. Let me move layover. Bag It we're going to get. The. Street! Sabotage A. Giant drop a big time. Literally like a giant Hewlett Canary Doing. Come on yeah. It's it's literally like they were. You know an organized crime syndicate I. Think they were hired like you said I. think that makes me. I want to go over this. Because this we're on. Kurt ashes really quick. This was kind of this is a good thing. ROB is out of the house. He looked happy and he attended. Khloe Day! He looks really happy. Right there and I think that makes the family really happy. I'm glad he's out I. Live very close to block China's house. We'll also these are. These are I mean the amount of insider's scoop you probably I don't have that much of looked in the medicine cabinet. Card. I never did and now I definitely not hang out. I'm actually closer to black China passer. House all the time a ride by it. We look at the cars. I see if she's doing only fan shoots in the backyard. which she does his car there ever. I don't know what his car is I? mean. There's always like five really nice cars, really expensive cars and I ain't never seen her like pushing the babies or anything not that she doesn't, but I haven't been there by that time. We thought he was going to be now. You told us and of course Julie's head exploded because she lives for the Rob Update, K looks for him. We watched Kardashians. All she's doing. Is that up? Why in here? Where's he walks by? But now he has lost weight. Loss weight. We did want him to be I was looking for Oh dancing with the stars rob well when it says like because on the Click Bait was like explosive weight loss from Rob Kardashian or whatever it's like Oh my God. He's going to be skinny and I'll fit the way he used to be. And then it was like because he's good look, he's good looking, and he's you know, but he's. He's in transition I. Think I think he's starting his weight loss journey has begun. He's like I. think that he's whatever he's addicted to. He's working through it and he's clearly on the other side of or not the other side. He's on the. End I hope so I think. That took him. Obviously extreme fame, and you know not being with the right girl then going with the wrong girl than. Living in that house with Lamar and I, think they really bad for each other. All this you know, and then you know, and then what can you do? But I saw that was good that he went out was great. Yeah, we're stoked that he's going to start coming in. Yeah like I hope. And he starts to get his. You know I can't imagine what it's like to be the one boy in a family of all, not they're not just women there, yeah! They're. The thirstiest women I mean you're. You're dealing with women. Who are how do you even who am I? How am I right? Hand? Man Can even compare or be enough for any of these people, so I would imagine. He suffered a lot of mental and lost to dad him at a very like he was the youngest one, so he was only like fifteen. Yup, and so good good for him, but I noticed is really hard to lose weight. If you're like on any of your, an opioid like nightmare, awful allegedly, so that makes me think if he's like pass bat. Say like he's what he's clearly like with I mean. He was dealing with some sort of drug addiction. We think yeah, that's that's good news. Utah had personal juicy story about the views. Megan McCain. Guys know this. A lot of people don't know this, but she is the daughter. Of John McCain. John My father, my father? My father is Senator John McCain. Oh, he was yes. I am a conservative an on the view and my father was bollock. Have you seen that wonderful montage for over five minutes of my father, my father, my father. Yes, I have I've watched it several times. And then it doesn't end with joy, Behar being like. I'm the daughter of whatever. Whatever. Josephine And I was like Oh. My God I. It's it's it's she's. Okay, so, what's the story? Okay? Where do we begin? Basically you knew when she said you were at my wedding, Denise. Did you ever know that? So wait, denise who? I do remember this, but denise who? She was just some kind of like writer or Guest guest on the panel or she just commented like these the view like what are basically the viewed like they need to stop their bunch of like chattering chickens..
How two promising lawyers found themselves facing life in prison for alleged Molotov cocktail attack during protests in New York
"Rahman Rahman and and Colin Colin Furred. Furred. Mattis Mattis were were kids kids from from immigrant families who made good both graduates of prestigious law schools. She represented tenants in Housing Court. He was an associate at a corporate firm in Manhattan. Now they face life in prison in one of the government's highest profile cases against protesters. Dina Temple Raston of NPR's investigations team reports. The night of May 29th in Brooklyn was chaos as curfew Jew near police in riot gear began to make arrests. Protesters started throwing water bottles and bricks. The NYPD tried to break up the crowd with pepper spray in swinging batons being excessively aggressive with this crowd here, and it is inappropriate. 70 woman Diana purchased and I'm an elected official, and they just pepper sprayed me for no reason. Rouge Rahmon was there to local journalist stopped her for an interview. Her face was covered with the scarf. She was wearing a black T shirt that read. The struggle continues. This protest is a long time coming. I think that the mayor Should have pulled their his police department back. The way that the mayor and Minneapolis But the part of the interview that ricocheted around the Internet was this. Won't ever stop unless we Take it all down. And that's why the anger is being Express tonight. In this way, prosecutors say in NYPD surveillance camera captured images of Rockman a short time later, she was writing in the passenger seat of a van. Her friend Colin for Mattis was driving. What allegedly happened next defense attorney Shipman says is the basis for the charges against them. It's alleges that a rouge threw a Molotov cocktail into a police car and empty police car. Essentially abandoned police car police car that had been previously vandalized. Two police officers were across the street They gave Chase and Rouge and Colin were arrested. The NYPD video apparently shows it all Rothman and that T shirt. Beige van slowing as it neared the police vehicle. The lighting of a toilet paper fuse the arc of a beer bottle as it crashed under the cruiser's dashboard. The whole episode lasted just seconds. Rahman and Mattis now face seven felonies in federal court. The charges include the use of explosives, arson conspiracy, the use of a destructive device, civil disobedience and the use of a destructive device in the furtherance of a crime of violence. This last charge alone, known as 9 24 C of the criminal code carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison. Add that to the other charges against them, and they could face life behind bars. Attorney Paul Shechtman represents a rouge Rockman and he says his client's case has been singled out ever since. It's been taken federally it has been treated with a seriousness. Ah, harshness unlike any I've ever seen. NPR reviewed 47 Molotov cocktail in arson cases filed across the country. That involved the destruction of police property. And this case to which prosecutors added 1/3 person, Rahman Mattis say they don't know is the only instance in which that 30 year mandatory minimum charge appears. Molotov cocktail cases are usually charged his property crimes in state courts. A spokesman for the U. S Attorney's office declined to discuss the case or they're charging decisions. Attorney General William Barr has been saying for weeks that extremists plotted the violence that erupted during the protests. And he said as much to NPR's Steve Inskeep in an interview last week when we arrest people in charge them at this stage anyway. We don't charge them for being a member of Antifa. We charge him for throwing a Molotov cocktail or we charge them for possession of a gun or possession of gasoline and things to make bombs with. Those are the kinds of charges that are filed. And while prosecutors haven't offered any evidence that Rothman and Madison, part of an extremist group You wouldn't know it from the way they were charged. Good afternoon. Your Honor, This is David Kessler. I'm in the U. S attorney in the Eastern District of New York. The harshness and the Rothman and Mattis case went beyond the charges. Prosecutors also fought their release on bail even though it was supported by two different judges. 56 former federal prosecutors found the government's position so alarming. They filed an amicus brief with the court. A panel of judges heard arguments last Tuesday and because of the Corona virus, all this happened over the phone. This is how it began. The District court's order releasing the defendant on bond should be reversed. And when I want to focus on here is the core issue the danger to the community government attorney David Kessler. This is not a case about a youthful indiscretion or crimes passion. It's about a calculated Dangerous crime committed by adults who risked the lives of innocent civilian first responders. Their crime is so serious, Kessler argued. It negates any mitigating factors that came before it. To throw that Molotov cocktail, he said, required essentially a fundamental change in mindset about for them. That's really what the core of the cases, Shenkman told the judges. Thie entire evening was an aberration. Here's their exchange. You can't imagine what a soldering event this arrest was. Mr Shipman. I can imagine how these people did what they're shown on video to have done. I find the whole case unimaginable. But having during that happened once I'm I'm wondering why it is so unimaginable that it wouldn't happen again. I think because that night Wass really unique. It was young people not just used to people out to protest police violence who saw more of it. Right one. Khun lose one sense on an evening like this. That argument appears to have convinced two of the three judges that Rockman and Mattis aren't a danger to the community. The judges said in an opinion yesterday that they agreed with the lower court that the pair could be safely released on bail. Rahman and Mattis were allowed to go home last night. In the months ahead, they have more than just the government charges to fight. They also have to battle the suggestion that they're mixed up in what theater knee general is called. A witches brew of extremists. Dina Temple Raston. NPR NEWS New York
Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago
"Is putting its $56 million girl the virus contact tracing program. Into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants is well, let's contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker Dina Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities. Contact traces the first step into a career in healthcare. Malcolm is Kash has other healthcare opportunities and opera polio of disciplines. We see opportunity with the committee of Worker Program, Patient care technicians, technicians, USC USC USC University University University University of of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago and and and and Sinai Sinai Sinai Sinai Urban Urban Urban Urban Health Health Health Health Institute, Institute, Institute, Institute, also also also also Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Craig Craig Craig Craig Della. Della. Della. Della.
'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star's ex hired mobster to assault her husband, authorities allege
"In the life of a really housewife. The ex husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo is accused of hiring a member of the Lucas e crime family to attack her current husband. In return, federal authorities say Thomas Manzo gave John Purna deep discount on a wedding ceremony at Man Zoe's Patterson restaurant. Well, his attorney says Manzo is innocent and he compared the charges to a fictionalized plot from a reality TV show. So far, no comment from the furnace lawyer.
"dina" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And dina and the whole crew there at the county today sh well we'll start off with because it was a it was basically to an hour hour and a half of a non stop or a hundred minutes of nonstop press conferences between the governor and the county sites over the government yeah the governor well basically it it ties in with the county the governor basically said look you know we don't know yet about two point five we don't know yet about phase three point which is supposed to be June twenty six we you know we don't know we're watching you know we're concerned but what we're saying but we don't know we don't know and as I reported last week that two point five basically it's just not going to happen before then and if at all then and then and phase three most almost almost certainty will be delayed but it's but he did say look I want I have here my goal is to have all the students back in school in August and so I thought that was interesting and then you fast forward you know to to get B. Harris today and just just moments ago and you said you know basically I don't know how we could go into phase three and she even made it seem like the way she should go backwards towards phase one and then she said you know I don't know how schools are going to operate I don't know that that's going to happen so she was basically basically going you know I I just don't see it happening is verified we should probably go backwards and fifteen Cooper saying well you know I my goal is to have all the kids and students in August because when we were getting were only the second week of June so I don't know it was just it was almost like the sky is falling type atmosphere with the county today so more you this then gives no clarity to people who have businesses that want to open this gives no clarity to the teachers were gonna try to plan for the coming year the district doesn't get any clarity and and none of it I mean it's this is this is atrocious I mean what are we Hey Derek are you getting a lot of sense of frustration from the reporters and accuse that are covering this flying car questions and yes and no because you know when you ask the governor question more times than not at least for the first two and a half months of this year a lot of times you speaks in generalities and not specific so was an almost not answering your question at least with the county if they don't answer your question the way you would have liked you would at least get to ask a follow up question and and impress them on it so there is that and then I will say this you know and in fairness to give me and denied they generally don't speak in generalities you may not like what they say you may not agree with what they say but they are giving just more or less specifics as opposed to the governor Dr Cohen so you know yes and you know and in speaking of some of the questions today some of the questions today the governor or asinine I mean I I sit there and listen to the questions by many these media members and I just started shaking my head one wonder why would they ask that I mean it just doesn't make sense and you know one of the reporters here in Charlotte wanted to basically blame the rise in Mecklenburg County I'm people in South Carolina when in fact it's North Carolina whose public affecting everyone in South Carolina because of North Carolina with the higher rates in the higher death rates in the higher cases two to one so I it's just a lot of things just don't seem to make sense with a lot of the questions being added any of it really quick did anybody ask either about Cooper Colin or Harrison diorio questions about the potential impacts and implications of of of obviously you know the lack of social distancing with the protests that happened for the last dozen nights or so being possible factor because I mean we're we're basically getting into that window of time that to a fourteen day window where where if somebody had it could be transmitted yeah you're exactly right we are now in the window from the very for the night from the very first ride some protesters exactly right his name is Matt back tonight is exactly two weeks prior right from the very first one here in Mecklenburg County in in Charlotte so you're exactly right we are in that window now and we're going to continue to be in that window for the next week and a half or so no one has specifically about that but they did say you know over and over again if you were in a mass gathering if you were in protest of please go get tested even if you're a symptomatic go get tested so I a symptomatic how do you get the test because you gotta you gotta does have to be symptomatic to get the best no not no not now because you can just go to drive through okay VS as opening about now so I tried to get tested and set up an appointment yesterday just give just because I've been covering these protests sure and I am a hundred percent a symptomatic thus far but it it was going to take me almost two weeks to set up an exam test I'm like Michelangelo department I I told the people I said what sort of defeats the purpose doesn't it yeah because but in two weeks I will ever even if I've got it nailed I'm a symptomatic you'll be out of my system so the sort of defeats the purpose of setting up an appointment for two weeks and we do know that you know winds are eight hours long at these drive thru sites and they're turning people away and some people are even spending the night in their cars tailgating trying to find these drive to reliance in Mecklenburg County unless just in Mecklenburg County unbelievable unbelievable Bret Jensen follow him on Twitter at Brett underscore Jensen Brett underscore a Jensen he breaks all this stuff wide open he was the first on so many of these different stories and angles that that he's been chasing over the last three three and a half months that we've been locked down I appreciate you being a man and and and and keep closer five anything should pop between now and the end of the show okay school do it always thinks operate appreciate all the best.
A Critical Inflection Point for Responsible AI
"Remond, welcome to the twin Wa podcast. Thank you for having me Sam, then a few years in the making and I'm glad we're able to do this. You know what it only takes a global pandemic to make this conversation happen. These are the best conversations I think when I'm finally able to connect with with friends and you know folks I know from industry, and you and I in particular I. Think I've been trying to make this conversation happen for as you said a few years and it's always. I'm going to be in Asia. I'm not in the bay area and. been able to to make it happen so super, super, super excited. Get this going. Let's start out as we usually do here on the show and have you share a little bit about your background? You work in ethical and responsible How did you come into into that field? In the answer, that is a lot of meandering. By background data scientists in a social scientist. I would officially say me Quantitative Social Scientists I have degrees in political science management economics. Bastions quantitative methods one degree or like five or six. I know folks like you. But I moved to Silicon Valley in twenty thirteen to receive a job in this weird little fields called details, science which I had heard about anecdotally while Mike Kishi procurement ucse everybody's crazy. Nobody understood while leaving a political science teach de Haram to do some weird tech job on Humira seventy years later. with Dina Science in anything related to data signs in. Being the only thing people talk about so after my stint as a data scientist action, teaching data science at bootcamp, cold medicine, and that's when. I was doing talks on polling, the elections and in the sense of how numbers and statistics can be misleading, because I woke background and things design only and quantity of human behavior analysis and you know extension was three years ago. Looking for someone to lead this weird thing is sponsored. And that's how that's how! That's how I got this job. And so you've been at accenture. How long now three years actually hit the three year mark in early, February wow nice, nice, which sponsor air world makes the ancient. Absolutely. And you're based in San Francisco. How have things been going for you with? Shelter in place and covert, and all that kind of stuff, yeah I mean fortunately San Francisco had a really good response and people stayed at home than they more or less have been listening. I think everyone just getting antsy, so I see more and more people although people whistle being careful. Fortunately, it's been pretty quiet. Ellen Mission Bay, which is near the UCSF hospitals. and. It hasn't been that bad I fortunately. I live in a really walkable neighborhood is parks here by CETERA, so it hasn't been over the fuzzy I just think this is also the shortest as I've a longest amount of time. I have ever spent not flying somewhere in the last few years, so it's been nice yeah. I've commented to to fight back just earlier today. Like by this time a normal year I'd have been probably to half a dozen at least conference. Is You know not? That's not a dozen. It's probably would have been around the world a couple times, but I mean it's funny because I have all these place holders on my calendar when by one they all truck, but you know. By now I would have been in London what Vice. India and the Nordic sexually this supposed to be doing it for different Nordic countries to visit different accenture offices, client partners, and then in a month those supposed to be in Atlanta. still have this thing in Singapore. That apparently is still on the calendar for August, but I think they're being ambitious at this point. But you know. It's nice to be home. It's nice to be around by my pets. Organize my apartment Buehler's things that come to do.
"dina" Discussed on TRAINED
"Talking to experts in every aspect of training both mental and physical this season with all of our lives turned upside down by the corona virus. I'm calling up some of those same experts and once you haven't heard from yet to find out how they're staying strong while staying home and how we can do the same. You're listening to train at home. I just can't wait a I always think. Sometimes when you take a step back from something it reaffirms why you do what you do and I love running. I love racing. I love the feeling of being powerful though. I've really missed it. Yeah icon wait to get back today. I love today. That was two hundred meter world. Champion Sprinter Dina Asher Smith Fastest British woman ever talking about how the postponement of the twenty twenty summer.
Just Say No to Free T-Shirts
"Do you ever buy t shirts at the thrift store I try not to. It's usually pain in the butt. Yeah I'm with you. I'm not like a big T shirt drifter but I'll pop into the t shirts section every now and then when I want to look for some graphic tees and I was there looking for some fun stuff to share for the April twelve months of thrifty prompt because the prompt is words and one of the easiest ways to incorporate. Words is to is to wear graphic tees. I was absolutely stunned by the number of t shirts on this rack. I'm like what is with our obsession with all of these t shirts. I'm thinking of the ones where you go to a festival and you buy a t-shirt right or go to like. I said a five K race or a local Chili Cook off or a bank event. Where they're giving away t shirts and pens like those are the t shirts I'm really thinking about. Not necessarily like a t shirt that like a plain white t or a plane grade V neck t that I would wear with jeans or something. I'm talking about like those other t-shirts that because they're producing such mass quantities. I don't think that they're going to be very high quality. I mean we literally shoot t shirts out of t shirt guns for crying out loud on my gosh. I never even thought of that before. But so true like every event we go to you get like a free t shirt and I don't think twice about it. I mean typically. I don't take one but that's mostly because of other reasons but I don't think about any environmental background. I agree with you so one night night. I came home for about thrift store. I was like I'm going to do some research on the environmental impact of these shirts. I really wondered what happens to all the T. shirts that don't sell like at this one thrift store. They had just back to back t shirts and I wondered like. There's no way that they're going to sell all of these like. Can you imagine all the other thrift stores that have all of these t shirts and so I found a lot of information on the environmental footprint of t shirts on the front end of the production? So things like the amount of water it takes to grow the cotton. The Chemicals Harmful Dies. The toxic waste is often dumped in local waterways. But not so much on the back end. So what happens when we've used these t shirts and were done with them and so I ended up on this instagram page called the or foundation and it's a US based nonprofit. That's been researching the secondhand clothing trade in Accra Ghana. For the last several years they have incredible stories on their instagram page and one of them was about the global waste. That single use t-shirts create. And I was like okay. That's interesting I've heard of single use plastic. But I've never really heard the term single use t-shirt before okay. So can we back up to did you rabbit hole. And how late were you up? I'm kind of embarrassed to say how we saw. I was up till three. But it's because I had diet coke at like seven with dinner and I'll be fine. I'll be fine museum to this now and I'm not. I love that you thought your immune to caffeine all of a sudden it just because you wanted to be but really like I feel like you thrive on this like this is just like something once you get excited about something diet. Coke is just like your your drug to like keep it going. It revs you up. Yeah all I need is a diet coke taste. Shoot me down a rabbit hole. We need to create a me like of Dina like swirling and in some cute dress like thrift ahead of course and then like holding a diet coke typing vigorously about t shirts and the environmental listed. T shirts like how? How Boring is that me? Oh my God we can have you like Like beer funnels. We'd heavy like funneling. Diet Cokes. So Anyway single-use t shirts are free or cheap t shirts you get. Things like racist sporting events business strategic retreats. Things like that and a lot of times. These shirts aren't met for long term use and there really isn't a big reuse resale market for them locally or globally and so they were saying on their instagram page. How a lot of these single use t shirts are a major contributor to global waist? Okay so this reminds me of like I'm GonNa Guess Two Thousand Sixteen because I really don't know because I'm not a sports person but it reminds me of like the first time I ever found out that when there's a big championship game of some sort. That two sets of shirts are printed so as soon as the game is over there. Are People outside ready to sell you the winning shirt so say two thousand sixteen calves one? They have the shirt ready as soon as the people. Walk Out of the stadium. And they go to purchase in there like all pumped up and they WANNA purchase this shirt that the cavs ones they wanna wear if they want to be proud but they also have like under the counter that the warriors won and so now they have to find a place to put. The warriors won t shirts. Like what is this part of the nonsense and what happens with these shirts now right. Yeah that's actually a really good point and I don't know enough about their process right like they have to be re purposed or reused. Somehow so I don't know if maybe they donate them or whatever ends up happening to them if they do end up in the donation stream at some point. These t shirts are probably going to end up probably in somebody else's landfill if not our landfill just to provide a little bit of context in a previous episode. We talked about the cycle of donated clothing typical cycle of donated clothing on. What happens to your stuff after you donate it to a traditional thrift store. And I'M GONNA RECAP THAT PROCESS very briefly. Just so you can get an idea of where the single use t shirts fall in this cycle. So you purchase something you wear it. You donate it to a traditional secondhand retail store like a goodwill or something and then they sort the item they put your clothes on the sales floor for purchase. If it's in good condition and then after a few weeks if it doesn't sell in some cases it ends up at like a last chance location so maybe at a thrift store outlet or something like that after a few weeks go by and still doesn't sell three things typically happen. Some items can be recycled into rags or installation. Some items will go to a landfill because they've reached the end of their life cycle. And that's just the reality of it. Then some items will often get exported to other markets and this is where their sole traders and other countries who attempt to sell these items in their local markets and then unfortunately what they can't sell will end up in their local landfill. Sometimes even burned or in some cases dumped on local beaches a lot of times what happens. We produce so many of these t shirts that so many of them end up in secondhand stores and a lot of them don't get purchased because who wants a five K. T. shirt from two thousand and two that you never ran you know. And so it's it's a new want system but yeah because we produce so many of them and we're consuming so many times. Something has to be done with them
"dina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And Dina. Only people are you the only one are you the only one that needs the son. You're not alone. Tomorrow. Other people do to maybe tomorrow, we'll talk about. I don't even know. What was Patrick? I think he wants to talk about TV. Oh, yeah. We'll we'll have friends famous sports photos gonna be oh tomorrow. That's a good one. Yeah. But we want to remind people right now that we have set up an emergency fund and have really generous partners matching up to fifteen hundred dollars sponsors for our show, donate diapers. We don't have enough time to get the truck out and do everything, but we are sending money down to diaper Bank. So they can give people much needed that have been just devastated as the result of hurricane Michael that just came so quickly and just left nothing. Untouched. It looks like and watching. So you just go to mytalk keyword diaper and your dollars are being matched up to fifteen hundred dollars. Our sponsor for the learn Jewish show. You can donate wherever you want is David at first equity wanna thank you. David medifast restoration, aiming K from no. Like home team with Remax. And that is just really cool that everybody did that our favorite headlines today is that the sun is gonna come out tomorrow. We.
"dina" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"It out to? Dina? How are you Nina I'm great how are you super good thank you for listening to. Us what's going? On So I've. Been with. The company for? About thirteen. Years now and I'm dreaming unhappy and one in But the. Reason making the decision very hard for years ago I unexpectedly adopted trying to think of them I You know I've been at this company. Since Something new, in this at all I know And Porn on what to do this other company that I might be have to pay I'm still unhappy. Here that I'm trying to beat it that's worth it But I'm also. Looking for then Then known and well it's tough and I can't tell you. How, many people. Are listening going oh. That's me I'm in that, situation now with this other job is it something where, even though the amount is less is it enough? For, you to cover, your costs however not very comfortably so not a lot. Of space between not a, lot I can make it work but it's not. A, lot of space in between However I am still, unhappy here that I don't know Well there's two thoughts I have in my. Mind was practical in one, is health right so practically you gotta think about. Your, kids in the finance obviously that's your responsibility right And to my other. Point, in this is not medical or clinical but I do believe that unhappiness breeds, illness? Yeah like I believe that unhappiness makes people sick I completely, agree, with that by, experience I didn't. Have the three kids in my life This would be easier exactly yeah Well. It's not easy you're not alone Patty thought s actually because you do have. The three children in your life you should do it because, you are their hero right now and they need to see a woman that wants to do what she loves and wants to work toward her dreams and where you are right. Now is not you're not happy so you wanna teach your children to. Go follow and make themselves happy you. Have to, do that for them so yeah you. Should do it for. Your. Children That was amazing Wow Well that made it. Easy Weeks. Notice it makes it easier you're the. Best. Nina keep. Us posted absolutely. Thank you bye so funny how like, if you, have a situation your life it's great to talk. To people because you work we got blinders on and. You're, only seeing one perspective Yep.
"dina" Discussed on Channel 955
"Iheartradio countdown extra the backstreet boys don't go breaking my heart shoots dina finally finally lamey because the volume gimme mixed emotions person who can because does it thank you because you yeah one.
"dina" Discussed on Under the Radar
"Is habits which between the themes you know every every say every couple of seconds so that you can make sure that you iit you are you're you i looks good i really want that the cycle through three mall or now maybe if someone suggests four or five like he gets to a point where you can end up being too responsive to users and so i guess there's a certain element where you have to draw lines and you have to say like released think about how willing to support this at how android or two in does this create confusion do people now when they look in your settings app luca themes area and they're like do i want dark urged who i want black it's kind of like when dina apple but selling the matt black and the jetblack iphones interesting to be like it and now i have this choice i don't know like how do i know which ones better you know having a bit of opinion there may actually be helpful but in this case it's like you're you're you're a certain point you being forced to do it just by the volume of requests but it it's always yeah the it may makes it makes my developer census tinkle little bit newbie like i really want to do this do i understand what i'm taking on by having this it seems like too little option as just oh it's just black but you know you this is just the way things go i suppose i mean honestly i did it on a plane flight like that's how fast it wants to do almost worse yeah well so easy thing oh let me it is you that's one thing and then they're turns out you have to support this one thing forever while the to be fair like similar to localization a going from one to two themes is a lot more work than going from two to three.
"dina" Discussed on Heavyweight
"You do a lot of that kind of thing i can see to emily then maybe i do just a little of that kind of thing but it wasn't even in the parking lot of the ballpark of adena goldstein you one day you droughts you dropped argue off and you called me right after word because you were so worried you remember this i do remember this it was agassi's first week of daycare he shares a babysitter with too little sisters but on that particular morning when the babysitter opened the door she was alone she told me the girls were napping in another room you called me and said she was there alone she said they were in bed i don't know maybe she killed the whole family and now she's gonna kill gay and you weren't joking like a you knew it was a crazy thought but you needed me to tell you she didn't kill their families she's not gonna kill gay did not heed you to tell me that in and you're miss remembering you're freaked out you were freak dow i thought it was very stoic you called me and said he thinks who nanny is gonna murder are child and that she murdered the whole family they we do daycare with i don't consider that stoic all right i mean i'm just imaginative that's one way to look at a yet another way to look at it is that i am also crazy just like my mom wellset my hair on fire and open the front door.
"dina" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Daiwa my parents toyota pulls up to the airport pickup and passes us to catch their there i don't see us here were right here my mother jumps out she runs back towards us pointing at aggie sears is years are explodes hi our exposed my boys obeys as both my mother and father where they're william caps pulled down well past their ears in younger stronger days they might have stretch those cabs right down over their feet but the rolled now my mother dina seventy two the my father buzz 83 i want to drive slow not to fires and wanted to jeff k okay league yoenis well buzzes highstrung dina's intensity is capable of raising the emotional temperature of any spay she occupies in elevators walk in pantries anti yoder's her powers are especially acute like a funny feeling it might throw like dislike mealy a motion it's like a dream you know it's like a dream such fingered feeling i think the weird elusive feeling my mother is trying to describe his happiness it's just want to see i hope he's going to be mormon at the spring summit dan all sweet he had ever saw walking through the door i'm a 12yearold again home from school and looking forward to sony out with petty coach junction i'm a 16yearold rushing to the bathroom to gargo out the smell of cigarettes i'm a 48yearold a grown asked man with a grown ass ass parenting a newborn leaves a person with no time for squats so don't judge alex.
"dina" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Uh uh before we start the show jonathan yes where he just how do you feel about me starting your show it's great look i wanna tell you about another gimlett podcast crickets and it's called story barrett's it's about story piracy it is absolutely not amount story piracy i mean i've had pirates come into the studio and try to steal the stories right out of my mouth those are your bosses outs bloomberg immediately recovering in trying to keep you from spilling peanut butter on the mixing board that happens once cottage cheese is happened like sixteen times lewis at him with the creams ecole juice young that was the good news gross egypt's has written bacon so they write a story and then there's a guy who actors at perform them and there's musicians so it's like a musical that's wonderful suicidal lake uh children doing it for themselves can like the way that sisters were in the nineties be it it you can say words and and recognize that they're in some sort of order but i don't know it that order means where can people listless story pirates well they can listen to it on a pirate ship but they are more likely to find an app podcasts or wherever else they find their podcasts yellow why hello now what kind of greeting said you got your radio voice on could you elaborate on what you mean by that i know in the first second if i'm being recorded our data on the way on your inflection well i always talk like this jacqueline back to you in the way you're speaking with you now is nevertheless you would normally stake okay wait hanging a second i'm i'm just talking normal they're not talking amorphous your admi hey what's what's going on it's still not it's still not at stormont hey now a jackie again jackie now even tim and in my time has gone too much energy high i can tell anyway it can't be radio voice because they do a podcast it's a podcast voice.
"dina" Discussed on Slate's Represent
"You know they really allowed me to almost like tattoo to would have done reach out to my family members like earl two lee um from the novel who reservation dina and i asked uh he's he's made great uncle and asked him for permission to use one of um one of the songs in our family and uh so i mean it was kind of what ti ted did which was breaking down those cultural barriers and and um really reaching out to different communities in asking for songs asking for dances and different things so um because in the script it would say that and there is not not too many user it wasn't so specific have like a and then eh having like a video of like okay this is the particular danson song you're gonna do i wiz i was able to create a over like 15 live performances and so for me it was one of the most challenging roles i've ever done because i had to draw on my musical and dance background in tried to think of okay i need to an do this storytelling and i have to do it in a in a magical way that would that would draw people in nowadays one of the things that we see often throughout the film is tattered being you know encouraged to hone in on what makes her different from everyone else around her name to share that story so that she can share it with not only white people in order to sort of bridge the gap means remembered also you know other native american embracing the individuality rather than seeing it as something that's bad yeah and night that is a note that is touched on in tatta um and that's something i really i really a think is important because you know nowadays.
"dina" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"In dina hold that thought right there while we take a minute to pay the bills this episode of dot net rocks is made possible in part by windows on the google cloud platform you may not know this but the guy who cloud platform supports window server two thousand eight 2012 and 2016 it also supports sequel server versions 2012 2014 in 2016 standard web an enterprise editions with high availability you can deploy your ears be done that windows apps to compute edge in or your ears beat out nedcor apsu appanage an or container engine schools hosted cuban eddie's environment dot net in dot net core library so there for all two hundred plus google dot com and cloud services in new get led by john skeet of stack overflow fame but what about visual studio integration oh it's there you can use visuals studio domenici gcp resources and deploy existing apps you get stack driver logging air reporting and tracing support for dot net and dot net core power shall command let's for gdp which run on windows and lyrics and a great set of partners to bring your windows and dot net workloads to gcp including cap gemini i knew desiccated and magentic so go to gcp dark dot net rocks dot com and get your free trial today and you're listening to done iraq's rocks this is carl franklin richard came over here with dina goldstein talking about vent tracing for windows end of things that you do and i was looking up of entry soong for windows you know in the mst and documentation and it's really a cplus plus library it is well as everything and when those rim right so you know it's a windows apia we do have rare we microsoft does have a thought that rapper for that cold trace event it's available nougat.