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"dinka" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He started classes in person. My name is Miguel Dinka Saleh. How we start my classes with music. Outside of prison, Daniel is choosing his own course schedule, and a class learning about his Mexican identity was a top priority. I know some Spanish. I just can't speak fluently. That's fine. That's fine. The class is not a Spanish. Daniel is eager to throw himself into the experience of being a college student. But when producer Lorne maguey and I check back in with him a few weeks later, he's having a tough time. There's so much newness. He's been so nervous about the experience he's nearly given himself a panic attack. Plus, on campus in his early 40s with a shaved head and arms covered in tattoos, he sticks out. Daniel tells us it's not uncommon for other students to ignore or avoid him. Overall, I can generally groups of stuff like swimming kind of hard. I go into the dining hall, you know, I usually eat like lunch or dinner by myself and yeah, it's been a little tougher than that. Even things like Google are overwhelming. A lot of the size that I clicked on had nothing really to do with what I'm looking for. I already had a headache from just hitting Roblox. On top of all the stress and doing the readings and writing papers. What's the progress on that right now? Daniel's navigating visits from his parole officer. So campus life is good, so far? Yeah. Meeting people. He's making sure Daniel's hanging out with the right people. Avoiding interactions with the police. I'm gonna test you, okay? And getting him to pee in a cup for a drug test. You're good, right? Yeah. Okay. Daniel knows his tendency is to retreat when he gets overwhelmed or nervous. So I'm just trying to get out of my comfort zone. He tries rock climbing, he's gone hiking, and he's found real joy at a club. He'd never imagined himself in. Ballroom dancing. Three times already? Tangle or something? And then we had a waltz. Yeah. What was that like? Intimidating because I only danced like when I'm alone like goofing around and stuff. When we visit him right before finals, even Daniel's appearance has changed. This way lighter. He's been undergoing treatments to remove his tattoos. His forearms normally covered in dark black ink are now a soft gray. But I just wish it was off already. By the end of the semester, Daniel finishes with nearly all as. A more confident student, a more confident
"dinka" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"dinka" Discussed on The Beauty Brains
"How do you think the marketing team at peter. Thomas roth would feel if we basically told them. Their product was shrinking. Dinka for the underwriting. I don't know they. They might have. I have to. I i tell you what they certainly appreciate this random talker who put down and you know i do. You can't buy stuff like Maybe they did. You can buy shrinking. Dink's on oetzi. And i do want to say that. There seems to be some sort of renaissance with Maybe perhaps some pop culture collector's items with shrinking links. Like harry potter. The breakfast club. Jack soda all sorts of shrinks on oetzi. So well you know what. I was thinking. Maybe of the beauty brains shrink facial mask. You just y terrible name omega out your your head might shrink down a little too small. God i you know i never realized. Shrink heeding sat. An absurd name is a kidman. But now i'm like yeah. I love trick. I hope people out in beauty brains land. Love shrink eating. You know i. i'm gonna make a tech talk for peter thomas roth instead of for mix i tighten her. She rinky dinky Shrinking amanda streaky. Dinky we gotta keep this show shorter. So why don't move to the next question. All right helene from patriot on says. Please discuss peptide. Skincare such as sair ali. Tura thank you. Well i do wanna point..
"dinka" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I think to rebecca's point and that's the kind of movie that does stay with a voter and that does stay with a viewer. In a way that i think it only builds estimation Ask for me. I've seen it twice now on it. It really sticks with you in a way that served so well. I was gonna say yes in terms of other people single out his that. Cody's mcmurphy and kirsten dunst both seem to have a good sheriff fans from this as well definitely and we'll get into some of the other titles premiered at venice and ahead of the festival rebecca. You had done a piece on cyrano without having seen it Talking to joe right and kind of looking just central performance and there was a tribute appeared in english ahead of the screening. So you know if they're trying to prime somebody up for an award season aired of it. Seems like peter glitches right there right. Yes i think he. His performance is really strong in the movie. It's it's definitely getting mixed Sort of feedback from people. I talked to on the ground and telluride. You know it's a musical and it's really about love. There's not as joe right. I think it said in my interview not cynical bone in the body of this film and know some people are turned off by that but some of the songs work so well that they really stick with you days after But through it all like peter dinka just performances really wonderful and was adapted from a play that his wife wrote for him to play that lead so he really. You know just delivers a really memorable performance. So i think plus the tribute plus. He's beloved by the acting community already. It just feels like he's got a lot of those boxes checked that you do to become an oscar nominee so i could definitely see him coming. I i will say. I loved kelvin harrison. Junior in this film he can sing like an angel which. I did not know until i saw this. He had a great performance in waves. But i do think even if this isn't the one we'll be seeing him bigger films and as a lead hopefully another musical because he can really sing down the line anymore musicals in the world. We really do kelvin. He comes from like a famous jazz family. Event yeah he's got that background. Well he uses it well in the film he's and i think in english is not known so really be a singer in any sort of formal way but the music for cyrano was written by the two of the brothers who help make up. The band of the national and english is singing voice. Sounds so much like the lead singer of the national like. It's this really low kind of. I don't know how to describe it. like plaintive but not like becoming confident that's a it's a really interesting tone and so he's not like you know some beautiful musical theater singer but like he sells it in the movie and i think that kind of degree of difficulty stuff Earn some extra points. It never occurred to me. That peter england to the national a. b. o. Fit for that reason but the minute you said that i absolutely hear what peter tinkler just singing sound like it for myself glen hansard also pops up in one one scene singing a very beautiful song about war. We happy to see him And then okay two more titles went to check off the list Who i guess. They're both both in black and white. They'll fasten mum on my remembering this correctly Cow which which is the black and white film to beat in. I don't know audience affection or anything else. Belfast in terms of audience affection. I think if not i mean come on come on has gotten much better reviews. I liked that movie. The more than belfast. Personally but i think belfast has the sort of well. Rebecca spoke with canton. Yeah just you belt. It also felt like it played more at the festival than any other film because there was there was always a screening so if someone was always talking about it but you know i saw it ahead of time so i could do a preview. Peace with kenneth branagh and it's it's a very personal story to him and it's his realm. I think i said this before on this podcast but to me it you could actually feel how personal that story was to him and i really appreciate it. And because it's about his life as a child in belfast. When suddenly his childhood was sort of turned upside down by this violence in danger. And i feel like you can kind of relate to that now because as parents you have to decide what's safe and what's not during this pandemic with your kids and and then there's a lot of movie watching the film and i feel like being televised. You sort of remembered that you missed movie watching as an escape in a theater and so it just somehow becomes a super timely movie. Even though it's from kenneth branagh childhood wonder about movies with movie. washington them at their oscar. Track record is because there's movie watching rome. There's a time in hollywood. There's got to be a weirdly identical to in that respect to hand of god because that is also movie made from his childhood which through the various things that happened as childhood charts his journey to becoming a filmmaker so it some is a lot of parallels there and i believe that one also he spoke a lot about just the residents of the pandemic in terms of you know encouraging them to want to make this film so i wanna ask by hand god because david you mentioned that was one of the big three netflix..
"dinka" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"The machine just keeps rolling. He's unbeatable in these guessing games. That i come up with and he gets to go first in our next game which is not a tremendous advantage but it is It is helpful. The game has called shomali feud it's like family feud but but to me this new like that game. We had a love this. I love this one all right. Here's basically how this is gonna work. I know it's not to families. It's three individuals competing. So we'll start with. Ben david i will ask. A family feud style question and i have told a hundred people and broken down the percentages of the people who responded to each of the answers that i will give you an advance and then first person on person picks from the remaining cetera. That's why i each hit to go first. It'll be three rounds and we'll do a tiebreaker. If we have to so fun. When this one i think we should go back and listen to the tape but i think that you said that a couple times when you have proceeded to win. Well you're very. You're very home as where your lowers the sticks for himself so he connects right. That's how you do it. You tell everybody. I'm gonna lose then when he's like well i didn't see coming. Yeah i pull coal number. Yeah who. I don't have a methodology behind us. God sounds like something hustler. Color money all over again but it's in the way they use it all right here. We i is bending. He gets to go first in question. I asked under people which star of three billboards outside ebbing missouri gets the most parking tickets in real life. Is it sam rockwell. Woody harrelson francis mcdormand or peter. Woody harrelson people answered this poll as if they have an opinion on this just wind question it. So i'm guessing the opinion of the people you polled just to clarify is just asked that question which possibly know the answer to and this is their By vote everybody had to pick one of those four and who got the biggest percentage. That's the most points you can get is. Okay thing that person. Woody harrelson You're gone woody harrelson okay. So that leaves. Frances mcdormand sam rockwell. Peter linkage would say you jona ray while i mean for instance mcdormand super down but she seems like she might be scatter-brained in that department Ads but at the same time if people voting they might go for peter in college. So i'm i'm gonna go with peter linkage because elson destroyed. People voted for him the most because he's like a donor. Okay that theory paget. Glad we dig lynch why because you think france is going to be a higher up. Well i think sam rockwell and peter Live in new york city and probably don't have cars and probably don't get tickets. And i think francis mcdormand just doesn't give a fuck. I think she does not value money. The way other people do. I think she cares about other people but i think she realizes parking tickets or a racket. I think she racks them up. Who would you rather here Which got the most. Or the least. I which direction should i go in at least okay all right. That's normally what i would do. I guess join eber is on the project joan good. I'm sorry jona peter. Dinka lynch got amir five percent of the vote and not a great starts to you. You've got five points you're on the board anyway. At least she didn't say a name that isn't going for that. I wrote down have been worse only way but in game shows people do if he will do crazy things coming in next with twenty one percent of the vote and twenty one points. Going to paget brewster it's francis mcdermott. I guess i. I don't think she's tops because i don't maybe people don't know maybe maybe they think 'cause also she plays a lot of characters who are extremely reasonable. 'cause she's a great actress so maybe maybe they think of like the character in fargo definitely wouldn't get parking tickets. He's a police officer march. Would never i get it. I get it. i think. There's another side to francis. That is the dig ledge riskier than a big so well so big she might be like Doesn't care about driving so she doesn't. She's worried about parking tickets. Kasese being driven around usually pry but who knows saudi will love the field. The road coming in the third spot. Twenty seven percent the chosen sam rockwell. What yeah. Wow i mean. He is a method actor so from project to project may be his characters would be that are worth paying tickets or over getting part putting money in the meter yes. He plays such a wide range of characters. But ben david you you nailed it with woody harrelson because he garnered forty seven percent of the vote really read for him and i think it's the weed thing i think they're making a joke that you would forget to pay. You know very punches car. You know that's what i think. People think it does like. Yeah the just a cliche. Yeah i saw. Spongebob moving college stoned. It's like ninety minutes to find my car after. So i feel like that's who i. That's why voted for him. I think i think woody harrelson has proven that if you smoke a lot of weed it really observer ability to where weeks that guy's got all sorts of kinds of hair all the time all right so ben. David is in the lead with forty seven points and paget's not right behind twenty one. This is Is already getting dire and joe race here. Everybody has their own. Tv shows us. Well yeah they gotta get to the robots i Let's see so that means that jona gets to go first in this round and then we go to paget then band david and this is a question joanna. Which of these is the dumbest. Clint eastwood movie is it. Every which way but loose any which way you can cadillac or unforgiven. Any which way you can. Because i have a feeling now loose though because is that's like the original. But the fact that he made a sequel to it makes me think that bats more ridiculous. So i'm gonna have to go with cam any which way you can was recorded. That's one data. Gordon was ruth. Gordon stiller was she involved ratio in the i. I've never seen either designed to be w severe drop off visits. It's funnier to see a an iranian tanks off an old lady ripping off Aranka changes flipping off too. Generic redneck keno. Good point okay. You're going any which way you can sequel to ever which way loose very popular. Clint eastwood movies. Were he co starred with clyde tang who was probably abuse. But that's neither here nor there paget. Yes the writing once. That was exactly my reasoning. Jonah and you beat me to it so i think you should be proud. I think i think you're gonna win it. I am going to have to go with pink. Cadillac okay. i was taking a drink when you said that you really. You're going with pink cadillac. I haven't i. Haven't i the only movie i've seen abuses unforgiven which is which is really the not a dumb move right so i gotta go with. What's the next dumbest title cadillac. All right ben. David have johnny which way but loose every which way but looks while this round. It's exciting no matter which end i start with Because they're really really shaking out interesting way Let's see what's the best way to put this earth jump around Make like how pain jump around. Get a get up. Get down given unforgiven a best picture winner oscar in the dumbest. Clint eastwood movies question. got seventeen percents. Vote keeping consideration..
"dinka" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Back to snap Judgment Wedding guest episode It was in Washington. And when last we left I just confirmed my young man who had been his tormentor for years as a boy, A zoo child soldier in Sudan meeting took place in Australia on national television within tearful and emotional under the bright lights of a TV studio, but the moment was cut short. Not young left the set. Snap judgment. After embracing a Yank on, young says to him in Dinka, I'm going. I'm going on walks out of the studio. I'm wondering because I know that on young apologized to you on the show. He said. I'm sorry, Andre. You said to him on the show that you forgive him. I'm wondering like, you know, did you really did you really mean that? Because it feels to me. It feels kind of unbelievable that such a brief moment and something so public could kind of, I guess. Laid to that. Some people say I'll never forgive anyone like that. I forgive sound move on with my life, because if I don't forgive, I'm the one suffering I felt myself to forgive. Is the only way to make me move forward. Along. Hello. I know that, Uh, you go you, bro. You b e trying to contact you a while ago because I was gonna hang out with you. But you've been visit if you got my text. Yeah, but no, I didn't get your text to be harnessed to you. Uh, that's all right. So how's the family anyway? Oh, that reason good broth. A few weeks after the show, Ed you Quinn searching for a young They.
Myanmar Ambassador to UN denounces military coup
"The un special envoy on myanmar has strongly condemned continuing bloodshed in the country after dozens of protesters were reportedly killed at the weekend in a on sunday. Special envoy christine strana burgener said that she had received accounts of killings mistreatment of demonstrators and torture of prisoners. The development comes as the myanmar military continues to face international calls including from the security council for restraint dialogue and full respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. After the first february military coup according to reports violence continued across myanmar over the weekend with thirty eight people killed on sunday alone on monday. The un independent human rights expert on myanmar also reiterated his appeal to you and member states to act to address the crisis special reporter. Tom andrews said that he was outraged at reports that so many protesters had been murdered by myanmar security forces in a single day. You and rights chief. Michelle basch on. Monday called on the south. Sudanese authorities to hold accountable. Although supporting local militias in to jonglei region ms bachelet appeal follows a wave of attacks on villages across jong lie and greater administrative area between january and august last year organized and heavily armed community based militias from the dinka nuer and merlin communities carried out the violence according to the report issued by the mission south sudan on miss and the un rights office wage chr the military and political figures who supported the local armed. Groups should be prosecuted. Ms bachelet said adding that they had deliberately fueled unexploited legalize tensions among our stations. The high commissioner said it was of paramount importance that the government stopped the supply of weapons to these militias.
"dinka" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Despite this, the judge continued to question Chris just to be confident he understood his crime and his punishment, the sheer gravity, a everything that stood before him. The judge decided that he did think Chris understood and proceeded to sentence. Chris was held with other juvenile criminals in prison. However, he was moved to the general population area after he turned twenty one years old. He currently resides in the thumb correctional facility in La- pure Michigan. The earliest possible date Chris could be released is in twenty thirty. However. His maximum discharged is April twenty, four, twenty, forty, two. No matter whether he is paroled or not. Christopher Dinka Vich will eventually be free from prison at fifty two years old. In Two Thousand Sixteen Chris contributed an article to the Marshall Project A nonprofit organization that offers online journalism, which covers criminal justice issues. His Essay was written in two thousand six and published a decade leader his writings are disturbingly eloquent. After being sentence.
"dinka" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"He planned to head south in go underground for a time to wait for everything to blow over. Christopher Dinka Vich was charged with open murder as an adult. If he was convicted of first or even second degree murder, he could face life imprisonment. He was held in a juvenile detention center without bail pending a trial or a plea deal. Several friends and family members of both him and his mother appeared in support of Chris with chip's attorney noted to the judge. But despite the love and support that was still being shown to Chris, the bond was denied. His lawyer couldn't make sense of his client or the heinous crime. It simply didn't add up that this small framed almost frail looking teenager could viciously stab his mother over and over her slowly killing her. Chris's attorney Mitchell rib witter is the court that he would probably be seeking a psychiatric evaluation for his client noting his lack of any type of record or even trouble at school. Rib Witter further indicated that he would probably be advising Chris to plead not guilty by reason of insanity. Both the prosecution and the defense or eager to resolve the case without a trial. No one wanted this poor family to have to endure lengthy court hearings. Prosecutors. Spoke to Diane's mother and she favoured plea negotiations indicating that she had forgiven her grandson and she only wanted to move forward as best as one could in her situation. There was initially a preliminary examination scheduled, but both sides hoped to avoid more hearings unnecessary on November fifteen, th two thousand five Chris made a court appearance waiving his right to a preliminary examination. Typically, defendants in. Michigan. Will Waive this evidentiary hearing to continue plea negotiations with the prosecution. because. In this case both the prosecutors and Chris's defense team wanted to resolve the matter. There was no need to hold the hearing, but it still had to be formally waived on the court's record. The. Next legal step was a circuit quarter Raymond, which Chris was about a month after his pre limb waiver. There were at least a few attempts to resolve the case with the sentencing deal. The first attempt was a sentencing agreement both defense and prosecution created. For Chris the agreement said that he would be sentenced to twenty two and a half years minimum..
"dinka" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Here's the world's patrick win. Remember this name yes gay because he might be the most fascinating fascinating person to have ever lived. Yesterday was born in east africa probably in a village in what's now sudan probably in the dinka tribe and as a kid he gets kidnapped by slavers and taken to india and yet he ends up becoming one of japan's top opt samurai deck in fine silk and plated armor ornate swords at his waist as a black person when you hit a story of a black summer. I like what how did that come about and you're intrigued that is renzo a canadian with jamaican roots. He prefers to go by one name. He lives in tokyo and has a youtube channel called the black experience japan welcome to the black experience to patent and millimeter files. The purpose of this series is to highlight the buck. People living in japan. Renzo is a huge fan of japanese pop culture and even he just found out about you asking he's excited because in japan in movies visa anime black characters aren't always presented as he roic when you see a black character is usually the villainous character but yes gay he he was a great fighter a linguist. A nobleman all rolled into one man to me that makes him myra that is thomas. Luckily a historian in japan pan. He just put out a book titled african samurai. It's the first real study of life based on historical records japanese gleefully describe describe him as having the strength of ten men and also being very handsome with a great demean. Ah he spoke a good japanese and in the pictures we have he is extremely extremely told a dwarfs the around him we have records on yesterday because he moved through to very literate world's feudal japan then but before that the far-reaching catholic empire after being kidnapped from africa yesterday ends up as a mercenary in india where he is spotted added by portuguese missionary and not just any missionary. This was the pope's number one diplomat in asia this catholic priest seascape gasquet and says i want you to be my personal bodyguard and they head off on his boat sailing to the east reason why he would have been employed to his because the it was a dangerous place as a holy man. You can't walk around with a sword that was not allowed the best thing that you could do employ the biggest and strongest man he could find joined and that person was yes gate wasn't just tough though he was a one man secret service gathering intel helping with diplomacy fending fending off assassins plot the priest and.
"dinka" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The great American coming up to five today. We'll be Rhonda McDaniel. She is the chair of the Republican party. She was appointed by the president. Donald J Trump to handle all Republican business inside the United States of America. She's making a state visit to Cincinnati about two o'clock today. She'll be with you and I after two o'clock, but until then the news came out late yesterday afternoon. The judge Timothy black a US federal court judge in Cincinnati, who, by the way received his education, hovered finally rolled after waiting almost three years. The judge Tracy hunter sentence in state court was okay, the trial was agreeable. The sentence was agreeable took them three years to decide this and going back in time, she was elected in twenty twelve and in two thousand thirteen twenty fourteen these stories began to arrive. Is out of the juvenile court of Hamilton county that something was amiss that there was a judge who was completely ill equipped to handle the job, and that she wasn't performing competent competently by sitting on cases for a long time. Not ruling on simple matters incapable of making a decision. But, you know, have my sadly we have some incompetent judges because you have incompetent individuals in every walk of life. But then she got into the area of criminality she was charged by Hamilton county grand jury of nine counts of felonies committed in office, and then she was indicted, brought to trial before judge Norbert NATO and a jury in Hamilton county multiracial jury, and Hamilton county convicted of one count of illegal interest in a public contract. And she was ultimately, sentenced by judge Dinka locker because judge NATO retired to six months in jail, and this matters now been pending, at least five. Years after the fact of the legal system continues to mull over what to do. Joining me now analysis, the trial, judge and the matter of Tracy hundred. That would be judge. Norbert Nadel, retired and judge NATO, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. Judge, how are you? I'm fine Bill and a pleasure to be with you, did I count accurately reflect what the status of the record is after they saw five or six years. Well, apparently, if there's no appeal to the sixth circuit court of appeals from the federal court's decision, and there's no stay of execution, then very soon judge Roland pose the original six months sentence that I impose of four almost five years ago. Can you explain to the American people house at possible that the legal system of what you and I've been a part for very long time has taken so long. Justice delayed is Justice denied. Why did it take five years and the actual committed six and seven years ago? That's correct. I have no idea Bill. All I know is. Is if I had done that when I was a judge the. Impeach judge. Nadel signs of the work. They impeach me. Somehow who can you reflect can, you tell the American people why the federal courts took three years to rule on the fairness of a state court trial, which is generally a rubber stamp deal, because they go back you were the trial, judge. She was convicted by a multi-racial jury. Correct. Correct. And, and then you sentenced to six months in jail, right? Six months and local jail. And actually, I was criticized by some of my colleagues saying that the sentence was too lenient. On that issue. Explain to Tony bender why the sentence was and the minds of some, it was an F four. Why did she only receive six months, you showed a lot of mercy with your Justice? What was in your mind about sentencing? Well, I did. And of course, ordinarily on something like that she would have received probation. However, she was a public official that breached the public trust. And that was the reason there had to be some type of, of committed sentence of incarceration. And that's what I did. So in your mind and somewhat worse when a judge violates the law while wearing robes. That's correct. Any public official who breaches a public trust as she did a must be, yes. Absolutely. And this is not simply incompetence. This is not making a mistake. Judges make mistakes on rulings all the time. You made mistakes even my beloved wife made mistakes judges make mistakes judges have errors judges have bad days and good days, wasn't about incompetence, or anything of that character. This is about felony. These committed while in office and you thought a sentence of six months was appropriate. Correct. Because obviously, ordinarily she would've even under today's rules, she would have probably gotten probation. But because she was a public official because she bleeds breached, a public trust of dishonesty. That's why she was sent. So back in two thousand fourteen you said, okay, I give you six months in jail. Then her lawyers, CLYDE Bennett was involved at the time who has since been disbarred, and that matter was appealed to the Ohio. I ister court of appeals that one over everything that you did everything. The jury did all the motions, and they said there was no unfairness in Toronto. And then that matter was appealed to the Ohio supreme court who looked at the record and said, we're not going to hear this case, because there's nothing there. And then her inventive lawyers that I give them credit for this that they filed a petition of habeas, corpus and other motions in US district court after concluding all the state rights, and then a judge named Timothy black I Timothy block, he's a good person. Yes, but he's a liberal, he's from Harvard, and he sat on this case, literally for three years and did nothing. Now, there was no trial in federal court. All it did was have the paperwork in front of him. And he determined yesterday afternoon. She did not receive an unfair trial. That is correct. Now. What happens at this point with judge Tracy and I can't believe we're still talking about her five years later after felony conviction by multiracial jury in Hamilton county where still talking about it. So this point, what other what other remedies to her lawyers have well, I suppose they can they can keep beating the dead horses. I would say and try to try to appeal to the federal circuit court of appeals, and if she doesn't receive a stay of execution. The case will go back and sentenced will be imposed give a stay of execution, which who knows. You can never predict that then they'll keep appealing to the six circuit. And again, as I say, keep beating the same dead horse, if that's been beaten, for the way of five years now, the background music. Of this case when I speak to my friends in the black community they tell me this is all about race. If Tracy hunter was white or male. None of these things have happened. Can you address the issue the elephant in the room, which is raised somehow there was this massive conspiracy by the way, not involving Jo Jody step aside. Correct. And it was a commonplace court judge Beth Myers appointed special prosecutors, one of whom was Merlin Chevra, doc who spent years in Henry county prosecutor's office now in private practice, Crosswell. And so during this entire implementation of Justice, and Tracy hundreds case, the background music. The black community is racism, racism, and racism, can you address yourself to that it was a multi-racial jury, there was, I believe at least two or three minority on the jury three and she received a fair trial. And actually, I was complemented by the whole legal community. For my fairness in and and patients in the trial. So, you know, I sat back and gave his fair trials I could. And a lot of the prosecutors. Merlin Shiva decker and Scott causal at the time complained that I gave too many favorable rulings to judge the judge hunter. And I did it only because he had been a colleague of mine. Bent over backwards. You've been over a lot of people said you weren't fair to the state. A lot of people said, you've been over backwards to let CLYDE Bennett. Do whatever you wanted to put on in the almost all your rulings were in favor of a colleague, judge hunter, I tried to be as fair. And as open as I could and a lot of evidence on both sides, because I felt that the jury had a right to know. And it was a search for the truth. And I let a lot of evidence in that, that other trial judges may not have let in. Well, did you see any racism that was lurking around the benches? And the courthouse that day. Not. Bennett told me personally that he felt she got a very fair trial. And I was extremely fair. As a matter of fact, originally, she was represented by attorney from Cleveland. And they told me that they inquired of many, many attorneys when the case was assigned to me, and they, they were told that, that she would receive a fair trial by me, and I would be fair and open. This is important. Clyde Bennett is an African-American defense lawyer is he still in jail know? No, I, I don't think he is. But he's been disbarred. Correct. I think he got six months suspension. So eligible to be reinstated. He's back in the profession. A second time because. Clyde, CLYDE, keep screwing up, but CLYDE benefits person. He's a good person. No question applied Bennett. Who's a proud advocate for the African we ever met American community said to you judge Norbert Nadel that you conducted a fair trial. Absolutely. He was highly satisfied, any any was telling people that were criticizing me. Hey, the judge was fair at this point five years later, I guarantee you when Pat Dinka locker has he doesn't have to sentence. All always doing is imposing your sentence, fourteen correct. Don't think locker doing his passing through, and in the next here he's going to be in July. What I understand that. I wasn't sure of, but yes, yeah. Yeah. I fully expect the judge think locker will impose the sentence that I originally imposed. It's unbelievable. What's happened in this case because of the color of our skin? She's received benefits that no other judge whatever receive because I think judge Timothy black, who's a good person federal district court bent over backwards for three years. Yes. To try to find something that he could free judge hunter under and even a liberal federal judge from Harvard said, I can't find anything but it took them three years to do it. That's correct. That is correct. And I think there's something I glanced at that I think there's something in the opinion or he wasn't. He he was a little critical of the sentence. I think so in that opinion. Well, he said something to the effect that quote, whether a six month jail sentences warned is not for this court that assault. Correct. Only the state court can impose their amend the sentence for a state court conviction. And that was your sentence. That is correct. Judge NATO do you want to see her serve every day those six months? Absolutely. I think based upon what I saw based upon what I heard during the trial. I think it was a very fair sentence. And I really think that the Justice will be served if she serves if she serves out sentence that was a sentence, a carefully considered, and I think it was the appropriate sentence considering she was a.
"dinka" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It is sixty four degrees right now, news is a service of carry out a motive dot com. She was sentenced to six months in jail five years ago for abusing her power as a judge in the years since Tracy hunter as appealed their conviction void being locked up. But maybe not for much longer that will judges finally ruled at hunter received a fair trial, and Hamilton Kelly, and that clears the way for her sentence to be carried out supporters of the former judge are hoping the sentence, it'll be set aside that decision up to handle the county judge Patrick Dinka locker new concerns about a deadly combination of drugs, on the streets of the tri-state Levin deaths, and heavily county over the last couple of days attributed to a mixture of cocaine and Fenton corner also believes that the mix may include a type of sedative that makes Narcan ineffective in trying to revive victims spike in overdoses as being reported in the Cleveland area's. Well should all high winds after bail out to struggling nuclear plants in northern Ohio, Ohio, houses approved a measure now to add. Fifty per month to all electric bills in the state, the money as we go to first energy solutions, they say those plans would have to close without some assistance, and emotional scene at a ballpark in Houston last night, little girl, taken to the hospital after being struck by foul ball center fielder. Albert Elmore junior up to bat against the Astros at minute maid park and sending a foul ball into the stands sizzler off into ESPN announcers detailing what happened. It hit. It hit a young child. So Al bore is really shake it up a young girl rushed to a hospital. Elmore more of says he knew right away that the ball hit someone Bollywood suck the most story life is many ballparks of added protective netting following other foul balls hitting fans the girl and her family were sitting beyond the netting along the third base dugout Michelle Franson, ABC news. News Radio seven hundred w. Sports. Here's a reg update after splitting a four game series with the pirates the reds have the day off today. They'll welcome in the Washington.
"dinka" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"All right. We have Bryan combs in here, Tracy hunter has been off the radar down an appeal process has been going on. For judge Timothy black to issue, his decision on her appeal said that she didn't get a fair trial Hamilton county court. It came down the day after several years of consideration. Judge black ruling that the lower court can go ahead carry out the sentence. Four hundred hundred you may recall was juvenile court. Judge got into trouble for helping her brother who had gotten into some trouble, and she was convicted of abuse of power judge. She was kicked off the court, and she was ultimately convicted of a felony, and sentenced to six months in jail and sentence was put on hold while the appeals process, played out, not clear. Now, if the judge handles the case nuts. It was judge Norbert Nadel initially retired now decided to judge Patrick Dinka locker, so it's not clear if he will require her to serve the six months in jail, as the initial sentence was there will be another hearing. Apparently, there will be other appeals as well. Though, it sounds like for this case, at least there's no one who is going to stay the sentence at this point. So the judge, so once she can send hunter to jail hammer serve those six months for the felony charge till will know that when whenever the judge decides the set the next sentencing hearing. And in the meantime, attorneys for hunter, we believe we're going to go to the six circuit court of appeals, if they can get Vince them to get involved, though. Those who know the process it's highly unlikely wheels of Justice will slowly in this case, coming up on our news at six o'clock, we'll talk about the outbreak of tornadoes earlier this week across the Miami valley, we're up to seventeen confirmed twisters now and that's a record for one day in Ohio, more than fifteen minutes, News Radio, seven WWE. It's five forty eight right now. And we had a gentleman locally who found themselves in big trouble for cocaine trafficking, but was too heavy to go to the courthouse too big of a dude. So they had an ambulance. Bring him to the loading dock the Hamilton county courthouse and designated as a courtroom Tuesday morning inside was forty two year old Kirk Smith. Who's believed to way, more than six hundred pounds this it was the easiest way for Smith to appear before common. Pleas judge Tom, he can to plead guilty and be sentenced. They said moving. Kirk Smith from the ambulance would endanger, his health and wellbeing, according to Heacon. So how do you put them in jail? I don't know. Let's see Smith the blood oxygen monitor on his left finger pleaded guilty to cocaine trafficking and being a felon in possession of a gun. He can impose the two year prison sentence that had been agreed upon as part of the plea. He court reporter, we'll set up by, but the edge of the ambulance, he can had one foot inside the ambulance throughout the hearing Smith was able to give one or two word answers to questions when asked if he wanted to make a statement, the appeared to try but was unable to speak, twenty eighteen police searched his home in Carthage, and found a backpack containing cocaine in an amount indicative of trafficking. They said and a loaded Keltec. Nine millimeter gun. Convicted there in the cocaine case and the gun. So when somebody gets that size and you take a look at him if he can get up and walk. I mean somebody has to be feeding you at that point when you can't get up and get your own. Somebody has to be feeding you. So the upside is, I mean, he's not going to get all he can eat in jail. Maybe he'll be forced to drop a few hundred pounds depending. How long is in there? We'll see that was Tuesday morning, five fifty do traffic, and weather. Tom rivers is in London. Bad accident in Budapest bunch of tourists. On a river, cruise on a boat or sightseeing cruise, I think two boats collided and went down, and it's not pretty. He has details in about four and a half minutes. I'm here with Cincinnati key Bank. President Mike.
News in Brief 1 May 2019
"This is news in brief from the United Nations. The UN agency mandated with protecting sexual and reproductive health or UNFPA turned fifty these weeks celebrating its role saving millions of women's lives in protecting their futures in a video message to Mark this milestone secretary General Antonio tales congratulated UNFPA on its work improving the wellbeing of people around the world warning that today the world needs UNFPA more than ever your efforts have been particularly instrumental in enabling women and couples to access the sexual and reproductive health care, they need he said in in preventing gender-based violence, tackling female genital mutilation in child marriage practices. UNFPA supports reproductive health care for women in use in more than one hundred fifty countries home to more than eighty percent of the world's population briefing, the UN Security Council the UN peacekeeping chief said on Tuesday that United Nations Security force for ABI known by the acronym. Unicef remains essential. To stability into disputed border region between Sudan and south Sudan JEM alachua proposed. The creation of civilian unit to support progress towards a political resolution and requested a six months extension of UNICEF as mandate this modest shift in the missions role is necessary to match the reality on the ground. He added explaining that a civilian competent with enable the mission to support the party's the African Union high level implemention panel in the African Union Commission to provide daily solutions stressing that while the situation generally remains calm amid efforts by the Dinka in Missouri communities to preserve peace through dialogue, Sudan, south Sudan. If made no progress on the issue of ABI, actor and director, Ben Stiller, testified on humanitarian impact of the eight year war in Syria on Capitol Hill in Washington DC on Wednesday. The brutal conflict has displaced over five point six million people since two thousand eleven the Hollywood star. Appeared before the United States Senate foreign relations committee in his capacity as goodwill ambassador for the UN refugee agency or UNHCR highlighting the desperate circumstances faced by Syrian families. He had met in refugee camps. You reminded US politicians that behind the numbers. There are real stories in real people. Mr. Steeler shared the story of Syrian twins resin and yet Zan who left Syria when they were four months old eight years later has an works selling vegetables in Lebanon to help his family make ends meet. We all want the same things to see how children grew up and achieve their dreams. He added Syria accounts for the world's largest number of forcibly displaced people. According to NHCD are Mrs Stihler has traveled on mission to Guatemala, Germany, and Jordan to meet with refugees who have fled their war-torn homes and a carbon UN news.
"dinka" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Episode again podcast one premium, what do you remember about the Chris? Well, I remember John Mullany being very cool. So this episode was the first episode. We did once we got back from Sacramento, we'll at once I got back from Sacramento, Adam Dinka, he missed his flight is a big ordeal, which Adam told on this particular episode, which we won't play that clip. We're going to play the clip of. John joining them in studio now John had a short-lived yet, very highly marketed, FOX comedy show called Mullany. Also starring Elliott Gould, and then they get into the interview with Eliot basically asking John give them an explanation for his cO ours behavior. Explain explain the origin of the Jane Goodall drop. So you get like a double click within a clip, and then they actually get into skip Illo who John was unfamiliar with and also work with Martin short. So this is a classic series of events in one clip. And I really love this episode, and we'll probably share that other story in a later date for now enjoy one of my favorite comedic minds. John Mullany with one of my other favorite comed- finds Adam Corolla, you cannot imagine how excited. Cannot imagine. How wrong you that was Jane Goodall, Jane? I don't know what I was saying you're monkeys. You're asking about apes like apes do asking. If she was good friends with her mother has a good relationship with her mother. She must have had a bad relationship with her mother if she wanted to take off and go to Africa Trumper myself. Imagine how wrong you. Like most people work with primates wild sense of humor. Farcical somewhat call. Yeah. I suggest that you know, she said when I was eleven I wanted to go to Africa live with the chimps. And I said, well, maybe didn't have the greatest relationship with your mother. And she says. From you. Also, John lane, we forgot that Elliott Gould is in John show. Yeah. And we had a captivating evening with Elliot. Now have you found it working with Elliot does working with Elliot, and how did the we have we found him to be? Combative, but not in a aggressive or angry way. He had a sit in our show. He said he had a sit in protest. Yes. He he was a guest on one of our live shows and dancing and was monosyl- like aggressively monosylabic is how I would describe it. Always. Oh, interesting. Okay. Now. Elliott Gould fan. There was probably nothing combative going on. Right. No, no. I off. There's nothing you can do to me. That's you know, I don't give a shit. What you call me? Or what you do? I don't care. And when I'm doing the live show, I tell whoever's doing the live show looks as little or as much as you like we'll do the show you want to hang backing back. You want to jump in jump in? It's usually a way of me trying to say to them. Don't put the pressure on yourself to come up here and ninety minutes of standup participate by all means. But if you don't have a Zinger than hang back. We'll we'll fill the space, and that's what I tell them. But at a certain point if they've not been included in the conversation for what feels like twelve fourteen minutes. I'll wanna turn to them and say well now what about you? How do you experience this or what?.
"dinka" Discussed on X96
"We're talking about the game of thrones and much has been said about the last scenes by game of thrones cast and each one of them has filmed their last seen ever and the one of them is commented on it to certain extent and kit Harrington who plays Jon snow. Said his last scene filmed us his character. Couldn't have been more of a wet fart of a scene. I think I I think I got my final day changed about eighteen times to the point where I didn't know whether it was I was like, well, just just don't tell me, and then it came and I had that final scene, which was very average. So this may not be. It may not be his last seen in the days. I'm sure they will they will shoot in sequence lasting they filmed with him. He said it was very average. It's probably just walking and talking. I was just walking somewhere with Liam Cunningham who plays novels and Jacob Anderson who plays grey worm. It couldn't have been more of a wet far of the sea. However when he was done truly done with game of thrones. He said the emotions really did come. I broke down. After after it was over. I'd seen Peter Dinka DJ do his last seen earlier in the day. And he broke down. I'd been at other people's wraps like Sophie Turner's, that's sensei. She you've just saw them all collapse, and it happened to me it was a beautifully weighted ending. And then it was like, okay. I'm actually done with this show. I love it. It's my pride and joy, it's been a pleasure to be a part of it. But I'm done he said, but you really shouldn't have shaved your beard. I'm guessing you we won't see much head from in the future is that this is his that SNL stuff. I looked at oh pretty cute without the Tim Williams. Known as the man on TV saying hotel for Vago you've seen those. Oh, yeah. He's been arrested Vago guy and his hometown of Houston with the drunk driving. He was reportedly found passed out behind the wheel of a moving lane of traffic. What with us foot on the break? We have lift. He was we had he didn't. He didn't think to call. I don't understand anyone getting anymore. At least they're investigating a reported shooting in west Jordan that left a teen with a minor gunshot wound. I think it was outside of searchers. You know, you think you'd go there for party supplies. But no, the gut shot. I'll see all right. He was a minor gunshot wound. Apparently, the teen told officers that he and his friends had pulled behind searchers Jordan landing to let their dog out at seven pm. The teams had somebody pulled up in a car alongside them and somebody inside shot at them. He said they got back in the car and drove to a hospital. Police investigating and said that they those near the scene said they didn't see or hear anything that could have been a shooting. We had officers come out to the store. Check see if there were any signs or clues there. There was a shooting. They didn't find any evidence. So I think maybe they're questioning him a little closer about how his minor gunshot wound occurred. I was shot at searchers once. Yeah. Healed the the flag pops out and says bang writing. The I, you know, got you really hurt actor Hugh Jackman about to embark on world tour that will take him through Europe North America Austrailia think he's coming here. Yeah. And you might think that he would be happier. Making films and spending half a year traveling around the world performing four or five times a week. But you would be wrong. He says I have never had more fun than when I'm on stage. His this the man the music the show it features stories and songs from the boys from Ozlem is beauty and the beast as well as the greatest showman. And he says he's particularly looking forward to the Salt Lake City dates in July. He says that he credits the success of the movie the greatest showman. Low enlarge part of Salt Lake City, Utah did seem to embrace that actresses from. Oh, we felt like so that's part of the reason. Part of the reason, you know, it's interesting that the the movie was a success be it had not good reviews, but somehow loved it people people who found it launched loved it in spite of the critical reviews he said I can't getting phone calls from studio. People going what's going on in Salt Lake City going ballistic there keep selling out. So I'm really grateful to an excited to bring my one man show, the Salt Lake. Let's see. Okay. Here's a story for you. All right under you got a couple of minutes. I'll I'll do this one. Now, researchers in the far east, you know, the mystic form over there. That way. Yes, have successfully implanted human brain genes into monkeys. Don't do that. She was part of the study aimed at getting insights into the unique evolution of human intelligence. However, the tests have sparked fierce ethical debate with some comparing them. To the sci-fi movie franchise planet of the apes sees xactly anyone in humans clash with a new breed of super intelligent apes fighting for power buffer, Jacqueline Glover or university of Colorado. Bioethicists told MIT technology review, you just go to the planet of the apes immediately in the popular imagination when you do something. Like this exactly humanize them would cause harm. Where would they live the roads outside San Francisco? What would they do that? Do not create a being that this is she serious. She says do not create a being that can't have meaningful life in any context. That's an interesting way to look at it. The study saw researchers inserting human versions of this brain gene into a rhesus monkey gates. Scientists believed that the gene aids the development of the human brain the monkey's brains like those belonging to humans took longer to develop. The animals performed better in short term memory tests, and showed better reaction times than wild monkeys. But they didn't grow bigger brains than the control group. And that's what they thought might happen. The study was conducted by researchers at in China. We already have people we don't need to make. Okay. Well, if you could make them, and they could just be, you know, for what they're entertaining. No, he's entertaining. Think how much more entertaining. They would be if not only could they roller skate and smoke, but they could sing song. Now, you're now you're heading down the classic planet of the apes path. You're going to turn them into workers. And that's when they they revolt. That's that. That's I you know, I like that path better just in the mythology of the movies. I kind of like that. That idea better than the way they did it in the reboots. I mean, the reboots were really good. But the, but that idea that the monkeys became that the apes became a season observe you you need to see all of them because the classic films actually mesh with the new ones too. Because that's how the apes got smart. It's never answered in the classic one. How the apes got smart? That's true other than the humans died and the apes took over. They we didn't find out how the apes got smart. Yeah. They all work together. Planet. We can talk for hours about plenty of the game. Right. That's it. All right. Weather traffic when it comes to mortgage lending, go. Rick advantage lending will where gonna go sixteen years.
"dinka" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"For saving the kingdom. And that's also fuel for Tyrians feelings towards his family. He's been doing good things right for his family for. That's god. I can't think of his name. It's. Oh, it's. I one is it David benef-. No, no. No. No. No. It's it's Tyrian. It's oh, I thought it was a crater and what is his name. I was just tears gigolo. That's actually, Peter Dinka. Okay. Peter Dink Cam club. That was the creator or some three just. Nobody would get if I played off. I'm not I'm not gonna guess I I David this is terrible forms by both of us. So cool when we went to we went to see the game of thrones concert, by the way, which is coming through again in that right before the new season starts Beatles. Like re- watching the whole series sitting right behind us was David off soco who's the creator of game of thrones. And who's married to somebody being manned Pete? Yes. Number pete. But I'll go on that him by look pretty sure that's correct fake news. Or could be good story. Could totally be true. All right. And the last one it's one to one you guys bringing you down, Greg. I know it is Amanda Pete, by the way is it is okay. Last one is worth two and a half. Here we go. Listen, we we found a bunch of ways to win during the season. You know, every game kind of stood alone. But many of them came to know. So we we found a bunch of ways to win during the season. Your every game kind of stood alone. But many of them came down to third quarter. Fourth-quarter second-half type comebacks where then it took everybody in it took maybe a big play on defense or a big player on offense or a big play on special teams to kind of tied. And but they're all great team. I drew Brees. That is absolutely correct. Let's go. Good chance of it being drew Brees. Once I said Jared Goff. Well, yeah. It wasn't Goff. It wasn't free Radi. Three and a half to one. That is a. Like a four year old though, it is a lot like that. It's not that big of. Let's just say there was a poor performance by both of us. It was terrible winning. I went to cast my normal. Yeah. Yeah. There's. There's. One right Bobo. I will try to make them not suck next time. I got from Jay go for that, very helpful. I combed back next. I've got let's see let's do the the most recent reporting we have on LeBron James injuries. Plus last night was a I call that a must-win did win. We'll talk about the Lakers victory last night moment. What he got ZipRecruiter knew there was a smarter way. So they built a platform that finds the right job candidates for you. Ziprecruiter learned what you're looking for dentist. The people with the right experience and invites them to apply.
"dinka" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For giving us a little time with the word Dinkas D. I N K U S, affable Arnie. What you got for us, affable. Yes. Well, we're back to what do, you know? Okay. That's what it says. It's. It's a metal ramp that can expand into twice its length used to put animals into cars or trucks. A metal ramp for putting animals into cars or trucks. Could be could be what Delaney has a dingus is a visual elements indicating a break on the page. Typically, three Astra six was the typographical representation of Dave shaking his head groaning. And picking up a new question card. A visual element indicating a break on a page or but Barry has a Dinka is the common substitution for a small object whose actual name one cannot recall. And you used to actually see it. We used to travel with my parents in the summer down to from the Washington DC area to Florida, and there's a place called south of the border that had all these little signs along the way, and they're always selling stop. And I recall that one year we traveled down to Florida, and there was a series of signs for south of the border. If you think of the things that Lincoln, there's no better thing than the Dinkas south of the border. So it's an object whose name you can't recall, or it's a visual element indicating a break on the page or a metal ramp for putting animals into cars or trucks. Bo Carolyn, it really is one of those three the choice is yours. All right. We'll start with Arnie a metal ramp that expands to twice its length. Sounds a little too specific there. It also doesn't sound cars. We just reject that on moral grounds. Be more. I just think that's Arne going on and on. Sorry. At the risk of absolutely humiliating myself. And why also appear on the show I used to work on the Ringling Brothers. Barnum and Bailey Circus, I don't remember. I remember ramps loading animals onto trains. I don't ever. Remember anybody calling a Dinkins, but it was a long time. Isn't that what they called the guy who couldn't get the doofus? Don't be such a Dinkas, then we have three asterisks visual element that indicates a break on a page. Like, I think that's called a page break. Could be a page break. Now. Three three esters. All right. And then we get the object whose name you can't recall. I think there should be award for that. Well dingus, you know, which I remember in one of Raymond Chandler's, Philip Marlowe novels might have been the big he comes back, and he describes a great piece of writing he describes using a coffee percolator. And he said I put the dingus into the thing that holds the coffee, meaning the metal rod the tube. So I mean, maybe there's a nother less Germanic thing variations think. Yeah. The one thing in favor of armies is that it does sound Australia. That's dingo. My baby. I never worked on an Australian circus. I have to say all right. Maybe he was just going on and on and maybe it's a metal ramp. And he just expands to twice its length was Arne embroidering it this is really getting closer to the answer. This is this is not what would you like to do to help? I'm gonna take the doofus answer to Dinkas and say, I really chipped. Check feebly for substitute thing of the word. You can't run. All right and Nancy like a chicken. Like a thing. A thing among barbecue. Dingus. Whatever exactly what do you think? Caroline. That's all that matters. I think okay. We'll we'll go with Barry on this one berry. They say the Dinkas means an object whose name you can't recall. What does it say on your card? A Dinkas is not that thing. Whatever it is. You're talking about Lee's.
"dinka" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Anyway, you couldn't really key out the legs it it had to be done, you know, frame by frame. Wow. I mean, there was another shot. Then I think it's partially in the trail or to where they're, you know, he writes, a trike to which I never, you know, who knows why it's like Peter Gingrich is dating Patricia Arquette, and he writes, a motorcycle, and then Gary Wright's strike, and there was a scene where they show up. It was a hotel out near your LAX where we were doing like this little people's of America convention, and they show up and Gary has to get off the trike and walk around and walk into frame, and they all they had a really good double for him. The the hair was perfect. It's face was very similar. You know, a little person double, and and there were debating how to do it my? So we'll let you why don't you just have him hide behind the trike Gary will step down, and then this guy walk around, and then we'll cut too. I mean, it was just again we were sort of making it up as we went along. And there wasn't a great deal of direction going on. It was like I said pretty. Pretty crazy set. Wow. I mean, one of the things I've been curious about because I still like I haven't actually seen it. We just been obsessed with this trailer. And and I've actually played this for like I played it for Sean Anders who directed instant family. That's out right now directed daddy's home when he was like, that's not a real thing. Right. And I was like what do you mean? He's like that trailer you were playing. That's not real I go. Yeah. It's real it's a real movie. And he was like no way. I even when I showed it to him. He was like this is not a gag. And I was like, no, no, no, this is real. So we were reading trivia. And like the first trivia point. That comes up says director Matthew bright was fired after he turned in his cut. The whole film was then re edited Peter Dinka JR. Has said the original director's cut which screened in Austin was gorgeous. But the people who fired bright ruin the movie. Do you know anything about that? I do I do. I. Quite a bit. Actually. I mean, I'm sure Peter includes has his opinion. I don't remember the whole original director's cut. I certainly saw you know, the re-cut. So they brought in this well-known editor Wendy, brick Mont who worked a lot with Ivan Reitman it's done a lot of bigger budget stuff. I had worked with her on another project before. And so they brought her in to try and find the movie, but you know, and that's always the case in the. But in this case, it was really sort of, you know, there was a lot of footage that I don't think had any bearing on. You know, the pro how how the movie needed to to go? And so I remember her talking about it like, yeah. This was it was a real challenge for her. But certainly the sensibility of Matthew bright was part of why everybody got involved. I'm sure, you know, I I don't know if you're where his his most famous movie is a movie called three way, it was Reese Witherspoon first movie. Yeah. She plays. She plays. A girl hitchhiking to her grandmother's house. That's right Kiefer Sutherland plays a character. Bob wounding ten you know, it's like this red riding hood saw this movie. I saw the crazy movie. And so that was sort of where he's established his reputation as being you know, sort of a little bit out there and doing interesting sort of cult kind of movies, but but they certainly I think they got off the rails pretty badly..