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Influencer Katie Sands on The Current Relationship Between TV and Fashion
"I saw actually in business of fashion article the other day about how new were shows like the new season gossip girl. Edie for your are really like leaning on new fashion brands and how it has become such a great platform for fashion brands to show off like coming collections. Stuff like that. And i'm just wondering what what your thoughts are on this relationship between tv and fashion. How brands can use that as kind of like an entrance into a new audience. I mean i really think it's just the way the future it's kind of similarly how i got into streaming also. Is that showing the clothing in real time either with a tv show or by streaming the product and like quitting on touching and bring into the camera and showing how it moves on. Your body is the way the future. So i think it's great for grants to get into shows like early new four and i feel like even i'm watching. I keep calling the wrong name. I think it's white loaded. And i know all the brands the characters are wearing in. They're all relatively new collection. So i think it's really interesting to see so many of the costume designers. Both in theater on mtv shows kind of melding connection together and using newer brands and your designers and sharing how you imagine shot outfits after the show.
"edie" Discussed on When We Talk About Animals
"Welcome to when we talk about animals a yale university. Podcast i'm viveka morris and i'm jennifer scheme early in her career. Our guest the ocean explorer and scientist dr itchy. Winter received a phone call from a distraught. Physicists physicists was working on a major project aimed at detecting neutrinos elusive subatomic particles. That can give a faint flashes as they move through water he and his colleagues needed the darkest place could get so they placed their ultrasensitive light detectors deep in the ocean beyond the reach of the sun's rays but there was a snafu their sensors for detecting a lot of light. Someone suggested that light could be from animals. Could it be true. The physicists asked dr now a world authority on marine bioluminescence. Yes she told him and then after a long pause he followed up. Is there some place in the ocean where there isn't any bioluminescence. Not that i know of. She replied like many of us. Land lovers the physicist. Ted assumed that light making among ocean creatures as an exotic and rare phenomenon. But oh boy. Is that wrong. The majority of animals in the ocean which means the majority of animals on the planet are capable of making light from top to bottom. The ocean is absolutely teeming with unforgettable beautiful and extraordinarily diverse light shows. Made by living things were only beginning to understand their deep sea. Shrimp that spew glowing soukous like fire-breathing dragons to distract predators singled celled algae. That litter on mass is a form of burglar alarm put on complex twinkling courtship displays. Vici- eliminate their bodies to match the water above them for camouflage from creatures looking up from below swigs that act like they're body to in flickering patterns seemed to group punting. These are just a few examples of the roughly seventy five percent of ocean animals. That can make their own light as dr winner rights there possibly Trillions of light producing fish in our seas. Dr witter has devoted her career to exploring this phenomenon of marine bioluminescence which she contends is gonna be most important widely used and vastly underappreciated forms of communication nature. It's also one of the most magical as her marvellous yearbook below the edge of darkness memoir of exploring light in life in the deep sea. Convince you for decades. Dr witter has trailblazers. Both intellectual and physical frontiers is a deep sea explorer. Naga for inventor and marine biologists. She has been a leader in designing inventing piloting new submersibles and equipment to enable you serve animals in the deep sea unobtrusively. Her innovations have produced many observations of animals and bioluminescence never before seen including the first footage of the giant sweat in the wild doctor is the co founder ceo and senior scientists of the ocean research and conservation association or get a nonprofit develops innovative technologies to protect ocean health. Doctor witter welcome. It's a pleasure to be here doctorate. You're in your incredible memoir. You write that when you were first beginning your career. It was possible to pick marine biology textbook and not find any mention of bioluminescence anywhere if lighter meters were mentioned they were positioned as as bit-players or side players at best and it was more of a phenomenon associated with a couple of land species not so much in the oceans. What's really to this field. Well i think there were a number of factors that came into play. I was very interested in neurobiology. I was doing my on a bioluminescence. Dina flagellate and when i started by focus was on its electrophysiology but the fact that this creature could make light obviously was pretty fascinating and i became more and more intrigued with it and been. I've got an opportunity to see for myself. Bioluminescence actually looks like in the ocean and it completely changed the course of my career that was in nineteen eighty-four right when you made that first dive for it and you write in the book about how you doing it in a metal diving suit called the wasp which had been developed for use in the offshore oil industry exploration and that was the first of many many trips underwater that you'd be taking in submersibles in the years ahead. What happened on that dive. And what did you see. So i went down on that very first dive which was in santa barbara channel. It was an evening dive. And i went down to eight hundred feet and i turned out the lights because i knew i would see bioluminescence Discovered on for a very long time. But i was just completely unprepared for how much there was. It was staggering. And in fact i joked in the book that no my response when asked what it was like down there was to say like fourth of july. I took a suitable amount of ribbing for from my colleagues that being fairly unscientific statement. But i really have lost count of the number of times. I've heard other people describe it that way. It's like a fourth of july fireworks display only. You're not observing from afar. You're in the center of it back. You're causing it. And is this amazing spewing of light all around lashes glows and sparkles. The crazy thing was though. When i turned on the lights on the submersible i saw nothing. There were a few specks of things in the water but there was nothing to account for all this light. I was seeing. It meant that point or animals either to smaller to transparent to be eliminated by lice. And so i just mesmerized by this inscrutable world that clearly we know nothing about and and now i realize constitutes most of life on our planet and it's just filled with light. It's a really amazing description of of that that first visit and the the pictures that are also included in the bucket. Really i mean your your description may have been on scientific but it was certainly apt. It really is a tremendously beautiful light display. I'm curious so a lot of the impetus for your initial work in a lot of the initial funding actually came from military spending an interest in in underwater light. Can you talk about some of that initial research and what it was that they were interested in looking at yet. My career probably wouldn't have been possible accepted. There was a military Bioluminescence because of the possibility that it could illuminate large cigar. Schick dodge moving the water at night and they wanted to be able to quantify the potential for bioluminescence at in any particular body water. So they'd have some kind of predictive ability of how much. Us submarines or soviet submarines might be made visible bioluminescence. One of the things. That really struck me about your new memoir is how completely crucial throughout your career. From the very beginning the role of engineering technological innovation has played in your discoveries and and to me one of the many gifts of of the book that you've written is conveying a much greater appreciation of just how inextricably enshrined the technological development and the logical exploration have been and continue to be when you had that initial reaction of this is so incredible. There's a fourth of july happening underwater all the time. Why are so few people studying this. Do you think it's primarily because of the technological limits. That definitely had an awful lot to do with it. At that time there were no cameras that were comparable to the dark. Gap the mnay in terms of what.
"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"It's a few years later. An eighties back in front of the cameras. But she's not the star not anymore the filming and american family a new kind of tv. Show there's no script no actors no plot just cameras following a wealthy family and their kids. They've organized a fashion show in grand museum. Model struck down the runway works of art. Fill the walls. The best of santa barbara there to see and be seen on there in the third row is easy has long now. The box gone is grown out straight and dark as just another face in the crowd. Another pretty girl in a well-to-do town she watches the fashion show. Play out the cameras. Focus the family trading personality for celebrity eddie watches on as they strike the same deal she wanted and after the show she wonders backstage. She congratulates the models on their beauty. That boys the elegance she's leaving she pauses for a moment. She catches sight of herself in one of the mirrors. She sees an older more ordinary eighty staring back. A washed up copy of the girl who had the world in our hands a black hole. Where a star once was at an after party she drinks vodka and smokes furiously. She drapes herself overman. She's just matt an argues with women who know have passed. It's the relapse always follows the rehab. She wobbles as she walks out staggering into a waiting car. Washes down some prescription pills and falls asleep fast and hard. How long's rattle.
"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Of a south one films called poor little rich girl another features her in a bra and pants kissing a half naked man while a voice offscreen handles and in siltser latest is lupe. It's supposed to be about the suicide of a troubled stoller. The last days of a star of hollywood's golden age. But it's not not really in ever is eighty not when undies directing turns on the camera and films. Ed being easy. The actor is the character. She sits at a table a plate of food in front of a. She doesn't eat she drinks. Dunces swallow sandra folks. The camera picks out her. Clavicle distinct 'table low arch of address. Alexa bruised movements. Lack little behind sign up says seem sluggish. her is dole. it ends with e. d. vomiting down the toilet helen body cold around the bowl and onto the floor a few months before and eighty make a rare appearance on a talk show. I'm destroys on sat but refuses to talk. Letting e deal with the hosts questions a one point. The host tries to joe andy into speaking idiot of ainsworth giggle but hint of stale. She looked straight unday. She says i'm the one who has to make a fool of myself while unday can just sit. Quietly.
"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
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"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"And senators soldiers and slave owners shipping magnets and railroad owners. Sedgwick is an old name and with the long past comes old money lots of it. And the on the other hand east different grew up in a slovakian community. In pittsburgh the son of a coalminer in a cleaner an emigrant outsider. He even stood out in his own community. A weak sickly artie kid. So the deep roots and the deep pockets of america's elite fascinated him that night at that party. Andy invites her to the factory. The factory is what. Andy makes art. Math and money. It's a loss base five floors above. New york's streets. its high. Walls are covered in tin foil and shards of mirror the motorbike. A red couch not much more. It's a space waiting to be filled by day and is assistance. Churn out prince of stars soda and soon as he looks on. Both is some drops so to the drugs. It changes new york's bahamians and limiting the freaks and the sheik flock to the factory floor. The rev dukan speed and ready to party and the creativity gives way to chaos one night ago. Sign up off in the middle of the party passes out. She's had of fateh means in one arm one of heroin. The she slips beneath the water stocks moving her friends holler out. They think she's dead book. Hi themselves the gravity of the situation does not bring them back to earth. Someone suggests sending a body down the mail chute to the buildings post room. They start covering her naked body with foul notes and stamps only stopping when she splutters back to life. This is how one of these gang remembers it in those days. The factory was like a medieval core of lunatics. Do pledged allegiance to the king king. More hall accepted the responsibility. He accepted the insanity and for unday. It's all part the brand the debauchery his art edge. It boosts sits value. New york's executives outbid each of the first slice of an underground scene bell neither be of candy with her ethereal beauty on a first visit to the factory unday. Oh she's a straight into shop for films making. She smokes and smoulders in the background of nightclub. Zane her arm twisting and flexing. The shoulders rolling in time to a motown hit. She looks free. Confident composed how we all. We love for me dance. And how only if you actually do something slightly unsettling about it the mix of innocence and seductiveness the contrast between placid expression and whirling body. Andy watches it all. This is what he says. I could see that. She had more problems than anybody met. She was so beautiful but so sick. I was really intrigued. We'll get back to that. After this short break a different future starts with you. That's why go daddy does more than help you find a name. You can create cell and found online so any small business could be a driving force to create change or build an empire. We know old ideas are cutting anymore. So we're calling for a new generation thinking your way of thinking so whatever you have in mind that will help make different future. Find everything you need to get started at go daddy dot com because the future is decided yet this up to us to make star different at go. Daddy dot com. Hello i'm an coming and a new. Podcast called alan cumming shelves. You see. i have quite a few shows in my hosts that are sort of a museum of my life in each episode. I'm going to take an item off my shelves. Tell you why it's there in the first place. Then start to talk about my memories of it. And then i chat with a friend who's involved in those memories. I've spoken to ian mckellen about the ham bracelet that he bought me on a nudist beach. We visited together. Cindy lauper by a pair of white leather gloves. I won't on broadway and even to hear jerry halliwell talk about my spice girls lunchbox and that is not a euphemism. I have some really amazing guests coming onto chat. So i just hope you will join me and all you have to do to do that is to search.
"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"By day and is assistance. Churn out prince of stars soda and soon as he looks on. Both is some drops so to the drugs. It changes new york's bahamians and limiting the freaks and the sheik flock to the factory floor. The rev dukan speed and ready to party and the creativity gives way to chaos one night ago. Sign up off in the middle of the party passes out. She's had of fateh means in one arm one of heroin. The she slips beneath the water stocks moving her friends holler out. They think she's dead book. Hi themselves the gravity of the situation does not bring them back to earth. Someone suggests sending a body down the mail chute to the buildings post room. They start covering her naked body with foul notes and stamps only stopping when she splutters back to life. This is how one of these gang remembers it in those days. The factory was like a medieval core of lunatics. Do pledged allegiance to the king king. More hall accepted the responsibility. He accepted the insanity and for unday. It's all part the brand the debauchery his art edge. It boosts sits value. New york's executives outbid each of the first slice of an underground scene bell neither be of candy with her ethereal beauty on a first visit to the factory unday. Oh she's a straight into shop for films making. She smokes and smoulders in the background of nightclub. Zane her arm twisting and flexing. The shoulders rolling in time to a motown hit. She looks free. Confident composed how we all. We love for me dance. And how only if you actually do something slightly unsettling about it the mix of innocence and seductiveness the contrast between placid expression and whirling body. Andy watches it all. This is what he says. I could see that. She had more problems than anybody met. She was so beautiful but so sick. I was really intrigued. We'll get back to that. After this short break a different future starts with you. That's why go daddy does more than help you find a name. You can create cell and found online so any small business could be a driving force to create change or build an empire. We know old ideas are cutting anymore. So we're calling for a new generation thinking your way of thinking so whatever you have in mind that will help make different future. Find everything you need to get started at go daddy dot com because the future is decided yet this up to us to make star different at go. Daddy dot com. Hello i'm an coming and a new. Podcast called alan cumming shelves. You see. i have quite a few shows in my hosts that are sort of a museum of my life in each episode. I'm going to take an item off my shelves. Tell you why it's there in the first place. Then start to talk about my memories of it. And then i chat with a friend who's involved in those memories. I've spoken to ian mckellen about the ham bracelet that he bought me on a nudist beach. We visited together. Cindy lauper by a pair of white leather gloves. I won't on broadway and even to hear jerry halliwell talk about my spice girls lunchbox and that is not a euphemism. I have some really amazing guests coming onto chat. So i just hope you will join me and all you have to do to do that is to search for allen coming shelves. Whatever you get your put cuss from. Cu said the sickness sets in years before it begins far from new york's basel on the opposite side of the country. It stops in a large farmhouse among california's rolling hills. Fertile fields and wide clear skies whether fruit trees bloom. And the cicadas saying this a fireplace at the center of a grindstone. Half pictures of cowboys on the role a thick set man in an easy chair wife opposite him five of his children around e speak a book in hand. The kids stare up at their father. Adoring attentive well. This isn't a snapshot into that everyday life. It supposed picture shot by a magazine photographer and out of frame as a journalist. Not hard at the ready. The article is to be called the working american. A portrait of a great patriarch. That's what the journalist plans to write about. And that's what the money. And the chad wants it to be. He's francis an ada just six is one of the kids is feet. Francis is born into privilege a status cemented by a series of institutions. He goes to an elite school then. Harvard then cambridge. He's clever charming handsome. Attained sportsman strolling around country club tennis courts topping his muscled cars with the edge of the wreckage. You rose you ruins. Fox's as the twenties raw his stock climbs and climbs he leaves university and becomes a bunker but then comes the crash. He suffers a nervous breakdown his quick temper spills over into shakes and shouts bouts of depression and darkness. He has to leave his job. He also has to leave the entire industry. Mental illness is moral weakness. He can't be a mover and shaker. If you fall apart the first bit of turbulence is bosses thing. That's what the time dictates is. Doctors have an uncertain. The towel francis developed his artistic side so wearing a golaghat suit an umbrella to blend in and save face. He commutes into new york to study and sculpt then one quiet sunday morning. Japanese planes swooped down on pohamba and dragged the united states into the second world war and sees a second chance a chance to live gloriously again to match up to the expectations bread into him. Francis's brothers already in the air force. His old drinking buddies enlist america's brightest and best looking for adventure for stories to rival their fathers but once again francis is frustrated his childhood asthma his manic depressive movements count against him and he fails the medical so he decides if he can't conquer the world he'll dominate. The one he can control. He buys a run shot. West three thousand acres of sunlit farmland from horizon to horizon. He's the master of all. He can say. I'm not include his family. It doesn't let eighty or a siblings. Leave the ranch. A small shock his. The homeschool francis insists on the same subject. He.
"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"In paris. It feels like the whirlwind will never stop together and ian. Ed could conquer continents but the phony known each other for a few weeks a month before they meet for the first time sat across a marble table lit by candles out of the penthouse windows behind them. Manhattan's skyscrapers glint towering over central park's darkness. The host is an ad executive. And they're it. Playwright tennessee williams fifty four th birthday. The table is laden with food prepared by japanese butler and amid the chatter and laughter andean. Eddie's is lock feels like a chance encounter but it's not it's a subtle. It's not a romantic date and gay an out while others in the new york obscene. Kate back private lives out of sight off the canvas his art glories in male beauty his entourage of assistance a boyishly handsome. He sleeps with several of them. He doesn't look after women. Ti dole's their aesthetic. He pulls over the million minute differences that more of one form of beauty to nova he makes prints of marilyn monroe elizabeth taylor and he finds his own. Private muses goals looked from parties and high society and placed on a pedestal. His most recent is baby jane bosso. She's all blond. Hab big eyes and pouting lips bombshell beauty. The all american girl made over by the sixty sexual revolution on d makes a phone with three minutes. One shop baby. Jane's slowly brushing her teeth. Straight down. The barrel undies restless. You want a new project. Different loc- a more local subject for the cameras gays so easy. A wannabe model gets invited to the penthouse. Party by one of undies friends. He thinks he'll like her a now. As eighty sits down at the table he sees the beauty that is friends told him about and something more more than a look. There's a depth. A backstory is different to undies. Amount makes it all the more alluring. Because as part of an american dynasty the sedgwick's are a founding family their name woven through the country short white history. The sedgwick's was settlers.
"edie" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"A burst of light on a dark runway. It catches a moment. A group of friends grinning each giddy with excitement it sprang nineteen sixty five and the heading for paris and i fronts. Jet looms behind them. A security guard looks on in bemusement at the center of the same is a man. He was macintoshes. Dark glasses and a wig a shock of silva gray on top of his head. He's d warhol. The king of new york's counterculture the man who's count consumerism. And sold as high. Ought for once. You're i isn't drawn to unday pulled left to the young woman side. She's just turned twenty two dark lachaise and arching brows on face as finest porcelain. A harris charleston. Pixie ball has smile. Dazzles straight teeth reflecting the photographer's flash. She's wearing a black teacher. Dark tights a felt shadow cloaked gleaming snow white mink coat for that trip across the atlantic. She's carrying just a small suitcase. An in it is one iten. Another identical mink coat. She's indie sedgwick. She's appeared in one film a low budget arthouse flick. A non speaking part. She's valley in the frame. She doesn't even stand up little more than an extra. She's a star noth- anything. She's don't not for anything she's achieved but for what she is and how she lives buswell. Md says in paris after the flight. The friends arrive a private club. Champagne flows carved cherubs looked down from the ceiling. An eddie floats through the crowd. She's autumn blur of sculpture in one hand. Cigarette dangling from the fingers of the over and suddenly she's on the stage among the copes chorus line. She hands out wide. Rubik's fifteen all then noses twitching in the folk that is pinned bach against the shrieks of delight in. She's tumbled from obscurity to celebrity in a matter of weeks all on the back of a look and attitude and lifestyle. It's one unday cells and people buy into but they can step away. They don't.
Grandad's Nightmares From Omaha Beach
"My father's father. God rest his soul. Part of that Greatest generation of World War two heroes. When I graduated the Secret Service Academy. I may have told this story last week. I'm sorry from repeating, but it's important today. Speaks to the honor and dignity. Encourage these brave men that greatest generation and fought in World War two and storm those beaches. My grandfather wasn't Oh, my. He was at Utah Beach, but he fought in the battle of the biology named my Father John. After Battle buddy of his who was killed in combat. And when I graduated the Secret Service Academy. We don't have a lot of money. So we all stuffed into one room and Doubletree in Alexandria, Virginia. My grandparent's came down. You know, we had like cots, and I really should have a lot of dough so we couldn't afford another room. So my grandfather stay in the room with us, and I stayed on the couch and in the middle of the course he gave them the bed and in the middle of the night, my grandfather got up and yelled Really loud. It was really odd. Don't know 23 o'clock in the morning. And nobody responded. But may I just was kind of like we okay? Everybody else just slept through it and I got up and went right back to sleep and Was interesting the next morning. I think I said to my dad, I said What was that about? Oh, maybe it was my grandmother. So what happened with grand policy? What? Edie's Oh, yeah, He has bad memories from the war when he came back from World War two, You know, sometimes I get up at night and they'll scream and it's because he's having some kind of nightmare, and he just goes back to sleep. There's a sheep dogs. Those are the men and women have decided to Raise a right hand and pledge allegiance to the United States Serve in combat. Leave a piece of themselves behind for you.
IRS warns of phishing scam targeting colleges, universities
"The IRS says a phishing scam is targeting colleges and universities the Internal Revenue Service issued a warning Tuesday about a phishing scam targeting students and staff who have an email address with Edie you the fraudulent emails display the iris logo and use various subject lines like tax refund payment or recalculation of your tax refund payments the emails ask people to click on a link and submit a form to claim their refund the fishing website then request people to provide personal information like your name date of birth and social security number people receive the scam email should not click on the link but they can reported to the IRS I'm surely either
Yaphet Kotto, 'Alien' Actor and Bond Villain, Has Died at 81
"Yaphet Kotto has died Kowtow, played a bond villain and starred in the movies Alien A Midnight run. His wife confirmed his death on Facebook. He was 81 years old. MPR's Elizabeth Blair has this remembrance. With a burly presence and a wide smile. Yaphet kowtow could play both tough and charming. In NBC's homicide. Life on the streets, Kowtow played a hardened but paternal Baltimore police lieutenant, a role that earned him for and double up Image Award nominations. You can't serve two masters, Michael. Yeah, that Kota was born in New York City. He landed his first acting job at age 19, playing a fellow on stage. Kota was nominated for an Emmy for playing Edie Amine in the 1976 TV movie raid on and to be paying tribute to kowtow director Ava Duvernay rights. He's one of those actors who deserved more than the parts he got. He took those parts and made them wonderful. All the same Elizabeth
Flight drops debris on neighborhood during emergency landing
"A United Airlines flight on its way to Honolulu today, had to return to Denver after its engine exploded, Showering debris on local communities. Pieces of the United Boeing triple Sevens engine came raining down on the neighborhoods below its flight path as it was taking off for Honolulu in the town of Broomfield, pieces of the engine landing in a park in the giant front ring of the engine in the yard of all Home. The plane returned safely back in the Denver airport, with the pilots reporting a mayday 241 people were on board the plane. Nobody on board or on the ground was injured Alex Stone Edie CNN, one of the passengers, saying how thankful he is just to be back on the ground. Speaking to reporters, Troy Lewis said the incident put a lot of things into perspective for him. He was traveling with his family and said they pray together and said they weren't the only ones
Police Arrest Sacramento Couple Suspected of Defrauding Over $500,000 From EDD
"Court in the Green Haven area of Sacramento officers found 15 80 debit cards with different names. And officers also found a list of 55 different individual profiles, names, dates of birth, Social security numbers and so forth associated with the TV accounts. 25 year old James Smith, his girlfriend, 21 year old China Hill arrested police saying they received over 550,000 and fraudulent DDT funds. It's also found illegally possessed assault weapons with extended magazines, handguns and $1100 in cash. Meantime, the et de tax fraud situation could wreak havoc on a victim's income taxes. This year, Tom Kelly, a CEO would idea ax. It's a firm that works to prevent and correct computer fraud and identity theft. He says The stolen funds could be problematic to people whose identities were stolen gets reported to you under a 10 99 G. You've been paid. You've been paid some money, and you're gonna have to report that on your taxes. So in California, I'm gonna run off some numbers. And so plead that my my accuracy these air intended to make sure they give you the general scope of it. I believe California I read paid out somewhere around $114 billion in these kinds of pandemic release unemployment payments. And that the California Edie Edie director says that there was like 10% thought there. That's $11 billion, and that there's I've read some reports that said that that 11 billion could be a size 30 billion. So you know, when you start throwing around the enormous amounts of money that are involved in these pandemics, support programs 10% fraud level, which is an astounding percentage to begin with. Is, uh, you know, starts filming some pretty big nuts just pretty big, some horrendous numbers, And now the innocents may have tax issues from the worst part is from my perspective. Is that Essentially the problem of solving this lands in the lap of the individual. So if you're one of these individual gets 10 99 you know you get the choice. There's something there. You know you get some of the iris and the unemployment department are saying, Look at do not report it on your tax forms. You know, That's also hoping that because they figure they're going to figure it out and get it corrected eventually, But this also means you're trusting that's going to happen. And you're not gonna have the iris or the state tax board's coming after you. Saying, Why haven't you paid your taxes on these kind of the night and you forgive, so it's Ah, you know, I think the technical term for this is that it's a mess again. That's Tom Kelly, CEO with Idea X and company that helps with identity theft. It's a very long interview. If you want to hear more
GOP senator urges Biden to confirm US will keep embassy in Jerusalem
"Republican Senator go, Haggerty wrote to President Biden, urging him to publicly and confirm that he will keep the U. S Embassy in Jerusalem Senate. An overnight vote session on Friday passed a nonbinding amendment introduced by Haggerty and Republican Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma by a vote of 97 to 3 in support of maintaining the embassy in Jerusalem. The embassy was relocated there during the Trump administration from Tel Aviv after previous presidents had punted on the move. First term senator who previously served as an ambassador to Japan also urged Mr Biden to build on the Abraham accords a serious of agreements the Trump Administration broker to normalize relations between a handful of Middle Eastern countries and Israel. Edie Bennett in
"edie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"They've been suffering from Edie that entire time. And you can imagine the impact on the marriage on the relationship. And the hopelessness right? And it sounds like Christine based on what I've heard you say up to this point that the two of you really kind of came together. There was a meeting of the minds and I feel like based on what I'm hearing, you say. That maybe the two of you became even closer. Yes. We definitely realized that our intimacy wasn't just between our legs. It was in our mind, and we have an emotional connection. And I had hope that things were gonna be okay. But you don't really know, you know, And then when we met Dr Thompson, she was fabulous. Mean site through stupid questions at her? No, They were not good questions, Christine. I was glad we could left her office. We were like, Oh, yes, Richard. I feel very confident with her. And he did too. So it was like, Yes, we knew that she was somebody that we could trust that she was meticulous. And that she knew what she was talking about. And then it made me feel like renewed hope. You know, when you have a friend whose husband had Prostate cancer, and they haven't had sex in six years. And I now would like it doesn't have to be like that. You know, because maybe not. Everybody knows it doesn't have to be like that. There's there is Real help live your life The way you always lived it. Yeah, And you know what? I think That's a great point. I'd love the Segway into this message for everybody. Christine and everyone because The way she put that it doesn't have to be that way that that's perfect dial town to 50 right now on your cell phone. You could do something about your situation..
Snowmobile Crash Leaves Watertown Man Seriously Hurt
"Hurt after he was thrown from his snow mobile while on a guided tour in New Hampshire. That crash happening on the town access trail in Goram around noon yesterday, officials say, 30 year old Constantine e. One, e DS was driving a rented snowmobile when it went off the trail and hit a tree. He was thrown from the snowmobile and suffered significant injuries. Even Edie's was taken to the hospital officials believe in it. Experience led to the crash. Connecticut police say
Florida to again receive 266k doses of Covid-19 vaccine this week
"Florida is set this week to receive 266001st doses, which is the same as last week. The Health Department says 5000 people were vaccinated Sunday, including about 780, who got the second dose Monroe County is set to receive 600. More doses of the covert 19 vaccine soon, however, county health officials say that will not be enough to meet demand. The Department of Health and the Keys Administrator Bob Edie says the logistics have been worked out and staff are in place, but they do not have a reliable source of the vaccine.
California Seeks to Join Justice Department Antitrust Case Against Google
"Office announced yesterday that California's Department of Justice intends to join the federal DOJ in a lawsuit alleging Google violated antitrust laws. KQ Edie's Rachel Myrow reports, the complaint alleges Google is stifled competition and rigged the advertising market. How by paying billions each year to device makers like Apple and Samsung. Carriers like 18 19, Verizon to make Google their default Internet search engine in a statement aged heavier, But Sarah wrote Google's dominance leaves consumers with quote little other choice than to accept it's less popular privacy practices and data collection policies. Google's response will continue to make our case in court. I'm Rachel Myrow
U.N. Investigators Help Yazidis In Iraq Find Bodies Of Loved Ones Killed By ISIS
"Region of Iraq. It has now been six years since the ISIS genocide against the ancient ancient Yazidi Yazidi religious religious minority. minority. And And yet yet survivors survivors are are still still trying trying to to find find bodies bodies of of their their loved loved ones. ones. To To that that end, end, U. U. N. N. Investigators Investigators began began X X Hume Hume ng ng a a mass grave in October, MPR's Jane Arraf was there. In the village of Solo yellow tape ropes off what used to be a fish farm attached to a technical college laborers and investigators dressed in white suits and masks. Carefully digging and sifting through the Pachter as I walk up to take a closer look at one of the man is shoveling the dirt into this big rectangular sifter and then Fine pieces of dirt come out, and he flips the gravel over. The other one is now going through it by hand, trying to make sure that they don't miss any of the bones. Investigators have found at least 17, mass graves so far in the Sinjar region of northern Iraq. Things. One is known as the mother's grave, and it's believed to contain the remains of dozens of pregnant and the older women. Isis decided it didn't have any use for Including the mother of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad. And game ideas. I would frosty Sarah Holly in all areas born on this land, but in bigger Snus is her brother Side. Murad is among the Yazidis who have come here in 2014. Isis rounded up and shot almost all the men and older boys. And they're morons Village of coach. Oh, Sayid was wounded Overlooked among all the bodies he managed to escape. He could have moved to Europe is a refugee, but he doesn't want to leave this land where there's been so much tragedy, or did they come in? I shall remember of vision. And now for the dish they come up with. That number was born. I come and get you if you're not getting my mother was the most peaceful, charitable person in the world. If she saw a poor person and we had only one piece of bread, she would cut it into half and give it to him. No idea, And I didn't get enough time to spend with her. We needed to have her with us longer. He takes off his dark sunglasses and wipes tears from his eyes as he body movement quotes whatever he's in all of Green uniform, a fighter now Thea's Edie paramilitary forces here in Sinjar, it's taken years even begin to exhumed bodies to identify them. Some will likely never be found. Sayid returned here after US backed Kurdish forces drove Isis out. It was a year after the massacre, and some the remains were still lying on the ground. They got hot demand. Mama, where a ditty Rusty and Beef Acela's when they came back, and so this I was very depressed because I could see their clothes, some bones. They all disappeared. I don't know who took them. Maybe animals got them or some group of people took them away. When we came back after that, we didn't see their bones. People leaves that, along with his mother's body. The grave contains the bodies of his aunts and his uncles and cousins, wives against the backdrop of so much horror and loss. The only consolation for many of the survivors has to be able to find the remains of their loved ones and bury them properly. A community center still under construction in the village of coach Joe Yazidis have gathered to give DNA's samples. The International Commission of Missing Persons based in The Hague started working to identify victims and mass graves in Bosnia. 1996. There's still not done there. It will likely take years here is well. Woz Abdullah Bas, the commission's deputy Iraq director walks me through the process we start. Take the information. Take it. In our record. There is any missing formation. After that, we shift Do the second table just on here. He would give a blood sample. Ideally, each missing persons with $3 on it's better to be, you know, Close one. So mother, Father Sir. Planes. You know, parents, six year
"edie" Discussed on KCRW
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Walmart returns guns to store floors as unrest "isolated"
"An about face by WalMart, The big box retailer says Edie is real. Turning Turning guns guns and and ammunition ammunition to to store store sales sales floors floors just just the the day day after after decided decided to to remove remove them. them. Walmart Walmart originally originally said said it it was was pulling pulling those those items items from from displaced displaced temporarily temporarily because of concerns about civil unrest. They were still available for sale today. A WalMart spokesperson tell CBS that because civil unrest has remained geographically isolated in the company's terms. They've decided to begin returning guns and ammo to sales. Floor's A Wal Mart store was looted in Philadelphia this week in the wake of the deadly police shooting of a black man. Walter Wallace Jr was shot after police say he refused to drop a knife.
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Alphabet, Twitter, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon
"Here's a Facebook are down two and a third percent. The social media company warns of significant uncertainty next year, citing unpredictable online spending trends and regulatory challenges. That's over shadowing third quarter results, which blew past estimates. Debra Aho Williamson is principal analyst Edie Marketer Facebook's audience and then the number of users is substantial. It's ad targeting is incredible advertisers at the same time they tell me that they are concerned about the atmosphere of Facebook. They also say pretty much in the same breath that they can't live without Facebook. Facebook said it saw an unusual decline in U. S and Canadian users in the quarter, though it did see growth overseas Shares of Twitter or down more than 16% in early trading. The company says it added a million new daily users in the third quarter. That was fewer than forecast dashing optimism that Twitter would reap benefits from a return of live sports and the coming election. On the flip side Shares of alphabet around more than 5.5% in the premarket. The parent company, a. Google returned to strong growth in the third quarter after a decline in the fryer period and here with more on the results, Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet, the quarter was fuelled by digital advertising that has rebounded along with the U. S economy. The Google parents reported third quarter revenue minus the cost of distribution deals for its search engine was up 15% to $38 billion. While that was slower than the pace of growth a year ago, it marked a turnaround from the previous quarters drop. YouTube, the fastest growing part of Google's at business brought in $5 billion.32 percent more than
A Look At The Documentary The Great American Lie
"Edition on Edie. I'm Brian Watt from the pandemic to protest for police reform, systemic inequality has grown into a front and center issue in 2020. Recently released documentary film called The Great American Lie examines the roots of systemic inequality and some of the trauma that comes with it. It comes to us from filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom, who many of us also know as the first partner of California, and it features Bay Area educator Ruby Dee Tai, who has been a public school principal in Oakland. And is now one in San Francisco. I got a chance to talk to both of them late last week as the film was just hitting digital platforms. First, I asked Jennifer Siebel Newsom. What her film is about The film really is about the fact that our country is in a crisis. The American dream is out of reach for a majority of Americans and social immobility in economic inequality is as bad as it was just before the Great Depression. And when you bring Koven 19 into that it's even worse. Ruby. Let me bring you into this conversation. In this film. We see the effects of trauma on an entire community, particularly on a growing population of immigrant Children, newly arrived What is the hardest part about having to fight for opportunities for these young people? Today? The film really highlights where we are in society where we live around how poverty is so really, violence is so real, especially are students who have come from other countries. Their experience. Getting here is it's traumatic in itself, right? And then they move into East Oakland, and they don't really recognize their own trauma. We have a school that's in the centre of East Oakland that is serving families that are in poverty and so with poverty comes experiences that we don't anticipate in everyday life, so the film highlights some of those experiences. Actually, Can we hear a clip from Ruby Dee tie from the film right now? Wei served a very high population of students who are in foster care. A lot of homeless families. My students come with no supplies. No backpack didn't eat. They come with that is in jail. My father was taken from our family and deported last night. Eliska. Lt's on a non of what they bring. And if they have a bad day, and they rolled their eyes then now you take it personally as an adult. I'm trying to imagine what all of that is like When you lay over it. The situation we are in with the pandemic. How challenging is that climate right now. It's extremely challenging, because now we're in not only an economic divide, but it's really brought to surface with the digital divide in our communities and with the fact that students are doing school at home, So when some student you know, may not have a death may not have their own bedroom may not have Internet access. So school districts, especially our San Francisco is rushing out trying To find resource is to get students Chromebooks to get hot spots and encompassed with all of that you have the stress of the parents who could have lost their job may not be getting unemployment because they have come to this country and they're not may not be documented. So they have lost all resource is and so that the stress of that as a parent on top of trying to make sure that your child is Joining that gym call, But maybe you have to go to work or you found another job. So you're not at home and now students, you know if you're 11 or 12 you rather you want to join a zoom or want to play a video game I need. You're still a child. So Our students are even in more needed. Jennifer Siebel Newsom you want in this film, not just to show how tough everything is, but also to provide a sense of hope. Where you finding hope For me. The hope lies in the fact that we see the humanity in each other. We closed the film with this concept that it is incumbent upon herself recognized that if there is somebody suffering or struggling or pour that perhaps that person doesn't have boots or boot straps with which to pull themselves up. And out of poverty. Perhaps that person wasn't born on first dates, but they were actually born outside of the ball park. Therefore, we have to emphasize and recognize that not only we failed that child or that individual, but we failed that entire communities, and I think there's a beautiful national conversation going on right now. It's certainly uncomfortable for a lot of people. It's a conversation about privilege. Ruby detail I I can't resist the chance to ask someone who has been an educator on both sides of the Bay East Oakland. And San Francisco unified about how this conversation sounds in those two different places in our region. You know, the interesting thing about education is it really puts a lot of responsibility on the leaders and I would say while in my time and open unified Think we had four different superintendent in an eight year period, so the conversation is always changing. Unfortunately, I think people and people, especially who get in the work of education, want to do better and want to do better for students who are economically disadvantaged and Students of color. I do believe that on both sides of the bay, especially in our country right now, I think the conversation is at the forefront The racism work that we have to do. As educators that is prevalent in San Francisco Unified that is something that is a district goal and mandate. Every single employee had to complete anti racist training the school year in the kickoff of distance learning, there's this idea that we talked about it a lot. But really, what does that mean? When it comes down to how We fund And how we create resource is for the highest need communities and or schools within a district I challenged. Our superintendent asked themselves and even the community members of district of parents of these districts. Would you send your child to that school? And if the answer is no. Then why does that school exists? Thanks to both of you for talking to us about this. Thanks for having us Thank you. That was very area School Principal Ruby Dee tie and filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom talking about the documentary The Great American Lie Lie the the the films films films now now now available available available for for for streaming streaming streaming on on on Apple Apple Apple TV TV TV and and and Amazon Amazon Amazon Prime. Prime. Prime. You're You're You're
Labor Day weekend travelers are heading to COVID-19 hot spots
"The encouragement to limit travel and socially distance, millions of Americans are travelling this Labour Day weekend, including to the nation's hot spots. ABC is Alex Stone joins us on the camo news line, Alex. What are we learning about travel plans? Well, you know, Charlie the problem If there is really no reliable number on how many people are going to be traveling this labor day because Edie is such an abnormal time, you know, normally going into Labor Day or really any holiday. You've got the triple A rankings of this many people are going to fly. This many people are going to drive this year. We really don't have that trip. It Which they are an itinerary APP company. They say that they are seeing the top choices being Florida and Arizona. Interesting because those have been hot spots, but Orlando, Tampa for Lauderdale Phoenix, the Caribbean, Mexico that that it looks like based on the itinerary that they're seeing in the rap did that is where Ah lot of people are going now. We did talk to a travel agent Molly Fitzgerald, she said. Frontier travels, She says she's not seeing Orlando and Phoenix that much, but but the Yes people are trying to get out for Labor Day. Here's what she told us. We're seeing people that are just dying to go somewhere. Um, I think I sense that people are. I haven't seen so much for Orlando or Phoenix. Necessarily, but I see people craving Big, wide open spaces being in the outdoors, where social distancing isn't something you have to work at, like we all do at home. Now. That makes sense. You know, she's saying Montana, Wyoming people saying that they want to go to ranches in those places and then At numbers that we're looking at. Potentially, this will be about a third less the number of people traveling this Labor day compared to last Labor Day, she tells us. A lot of people still are disappearing to get on a plane. Think equally. There are some people that are still very reluctant to get on an airplane and spite of all the did information that's out there that Speaks to the loneliness and safety of the air on the airplane and support and Charlie just, you know, giving a nod here today how abnormal this will be this here on the Fourth of July this year. Three million people flew on airplanes. Last fourth of July, 12 million
Labor Day weekend travelers are heading to COVID-19 hot spots
"The encouragement to limit travel and socially distance, millions of Americans are travelling this Labour Day weekend, including to the nation's hot spots. ABC is Alex Stone joins us on the camo news line, Alex. What are we learning about travel plans? Well, you know, Charlie that the problem if there is really no reliable number on how many people are going to be traveling this labor day because Edie is such an abnormal time, you know, normally going into Labor Day or really any holiday. You've got the triple A rankings of this many people are going to fly. This many people are going to drive this year. We really don't have that trip. It Which they are an itinerary at company. They say that they are seeing the top choices being Florida and Arizona. Interesting because those have been hot spots, but Orlando, Tampa for Lauderdale Phoenix, the Caribbean, Mexico that that it looks like based on the itinerary that they're seeing in the rap that that is where Ah lot of people are going now. We did talk to a travel agent Molly Fitzgerald, she said. Frontier travels, She says she's not seeing Orlando and Phoenix that much, but but the Yes people are trying to get out for Labor Day. Here's what she told us. We're seeing people that are just Dying to go somewhere. I think I sense that people are. I haven't seen so much for Orlando or Phoenix. Necessarily, but My C people craving big, wide open spaces being in the outdoors, where social distancing isn't something you have to work at, like we all do at home. Now. That makes sense. You know, she's saying Montana, Wyoming people saying that they want to go to ranches in those places and then At numbers that we're looking at. Potentially, this will be about a third less the number of people traveling this Labor day compared to last Labor Day, she tells us. A lot of people still are dis afraid to get on a plane. Think equally. There are some people that are still very reluctant to get on an airplane and spite of all the did information that out there that Speaks to the loneliness and safety of the air on the airplane and support and Charlie just, you know, giving a nod here today how abnormal this will be this here on the Fourth of July this year. Three million people flew on airplanes. Last fourth of July, 12 million flew so
City Of Los Angeles To Establish Community Safety Partnership Bureau With LAPD
"To breaking news about how the LAPD has announced its expanding a community partnership program throughout the city in an effort to reduce crime, joining us now to discuss some of those reforms that Mayor Garcetti laid out at the beginning of this press conference is Jack Weiss. He is a former L, a City Council and for the fifth District and a former federal prosecutor hijack Hey, Larry. Thanks for hanging on Lamere Records said. He announced tonight the creation of a new community Safety Partnership Bureau in the city. This is the City Council recently, voting also to slash from $150 million from the police budget. In response to ongoing protests. Councilman Joe Buscaino said that this new department will require resource is does this new community safety partnership translate into more money for the LAPD? You know, it's a great question, and there was a moment in the press conference where Joe Buscaino said, You know, it's gonna be really hard to defund and expand the police at the same time, and I think in that in that sentence he sorted inadvertently identified what's going to be one of the key political issues, which is for people who believe in whether you want to call it. The funding or reducing the city. This is not that these are jobs that LAPD officers will fill at the same time. This program. The C S. P program is a very important program. It's been very successful. And I think the real headline coming out of today is we see two African American women? Connie Rice, one of if not the leading civil rights lawyer in Los Angeles, and monitoring your Edie's, a street cop, a long time street cop? Ah, they are the two people who are trying to remake policing not just in this city, but in this country, and I think in a modest Tinga Reedys, the nation is about to find a new spokesperson for law enforcement. This is someone who, when you meet her, she's she's ready for TV and This is her national moment. She needs to have a voice in the national conversation about policing.
Charlotte Evans Saulteaux
"I know I used to be afraid of dying because I didn't know where I was going to go. I hope that I would go to heaven but I didn't have that assurance that I was Gonna go there so I used to be afraid Steig good. Welcome my friends to the storyteller. You'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Charlotte was afraid to die because she didn't know wish he would go. If you've ever wondered whether you're good enough to get to Heaven Charlotte story may help you. Hello My name is Charlotte Evans and My husband is clea but I grew up allowed people but my background. Soto Indian My mother was Soto and my dad gave Pelley scatcherd and he was meaty. I come from Swan of a Manitoba. Four sisters and one brother we will put a family. My mother and my dad struggled to get by but my dad always worked and always made sure that there was food on the table for US growing up and they thank the Lord that even though I didn't know him then that my mom always made us go to Sunday School We always had every morning. She'd wake us up to go to Sunday school and I said just love going to Sunday school to heal about Jesus and that different miracles that he had that he did and go to Sunday school. I think I liked it because I felt safe there because in our home though as a lot of alcohol and and so when I go to Sunday school I used to just love being there and healing stories about missionaries. Who went to Africa told US stories about both helping the people there and in my heart I had this desire when I was young to be a missionary but I never ever thought that I would be one. I was the oldest one at home growing up my other. Two oldest sisters. They were in foster home and they always had to do everything I had to. Wa- wash always said help. My mom wash clothes and hang them up and I know I missed quite a bit of school to helping at home. I didn't Lake my mom. Very much. Issue was really strict. She wouldn't let us run around. She wouldn't let us go to offense too often to go play but I think the lawyer that she was strict. Because that taught me that. I think that helped me as I got older. When I did start sneaking out it helped me to to sort of understand the difference between right and wrong because I didn't feel that I was a bad person. I didn't do anything that was really bad but God says at every little center's bad no matter what it is whether it's stealing lion or mood too but I always felt that I was good enough and I didn't realize then about having a personal relationship with Jesus. I was a fleet to die because I didn't know where I was going to go. I knew there was a heaven and a hell to go to hell if you go there. It's a place where you're going to burn and fire for the unity. Where if you go to heaven you'll be there with God and it's a beautiful place and I knew that God was God and he had to sudden name in his son's name was Jesus but I didn't have that piece. I guess and my life assurance said if I died I was going to go to heaven. I hoped I would go there but I didn't know if I was going to go there. I just thought I was good enough as I got older. I let away from home when I was sixteen because of all the digging. The my mom drink a lot. My Dad worked. He worked a lot out in the Bhushan and logging and he cooked in logging camps and my mom's Acre Lot and I didn't like being at home whether it was alcohol. I always used to wish that I could put in a foster home so Eilat away hoping that I would be put in one but I never did get put in one. I ended up in sketchy on the Nice stayed with a family there. I lived with a family for about a year before I went back home because I was lonesome so I went back home and then I was only home for probably a year and a half and then I was in Churchill for a while. With one of my oldest sister's my mom had to families who first husband died and then she made my dad and even when I lived in Churchill. I used to want to go to church sometimes but my friends. I had would always make fun of me so I wouldn't go but you know I the Lord I think was already looking in my life but I didn't know it at the time and then after I came back from Churchill and decided to go to school to bring up my upgrading because I didn't finish great twelve when I was at home. That's what I met. My husband fled was one of my instructors at school one of my teachers that I had and I used to notice that he was different different than the other people allowed him. That weren't saved and I don't know something just like drew me to him. And he used to come and set with asset coffee break and and then he used to mention the Loyd once in a while but he never but he didn't like really push it on anybody and then he used to bring these little tract papers to school and he'd had them give the he gave me somewhat in awhile and I take them to read them and then after that and he asked me to go to youth group with him because he used to go to youth group at a place called Big Edie in the paw parties of and so I started going with him when he asked me. And that's when I I met Mr and Mrs mccomb Clifford Aboard McColl and they were talking about the Lord and I used to like going there because I felt at peace. And and then I met Jay Uneven Jennings was staying with them. He was administered apart. That time and I went to a few times for suppler for asthma to go the for supper. And he used to talk about the Loyd and then he asked him on time Charlotte to you know the Lord and I said I said no. I did not understand what he meant to you. Know the Loyd and they said no is him and just talk to me about salvation. Then they asked me one time I wanted to accept the Loyd and I wanted to see yes but I was scared to say yes because I thought well. We'll buy accept the Loyd than I can't can't go out and do things like drink with my friends and that I thought I'd have to change until I have to think about it so every time we went there when I go there with he would just talk to me and then one time that I was in. May and I just felt that the Loyd told me that I should ask Jesus into my heart. So that's when Mr Jennings kneel down with the coach and we played and when he played with me I could tell that there was a change because it felt like something was lifted from me like I felt lighter and I felt different when I asked Jesus to come into my heart.
"edie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Yes yes I am you know how we roast it doesn't make any sense what some of the stuff that he's saying here again the guy I think he's more than everybody else he Edie really and that's that is infuriating if you're an eagles fan I get that the eagles had success I get they won the Super Bowl few years ago if you have to take a quarterback for years after they took Carson Wentz you could take a quarterback that early in the second round I don't care who you don't do it it doesn't make any sense that to me is telling you that you don't believe in the god to you every call that's what they say and rose McGowan is a well we show how much we value wanes in given on the four year a hundred twenty million dollar extension all the pics that we put into him yes so then why are you building around them dummy what are you taking a cornerback you don't need to quarterbacks in college football over the already weak well you go to you first of all you could rob went the wrong way and secondly you think jail told to come in to be a part time player be a backup don't use the term backup that's insulting if you look back up so much what do you just keep it pulled the guy went to the Superbowl Hey you love you love you don't have a back if you want to call back if you love to quarterback should have Nicole's so don't try to tell us how smart you are and all you know we believe we're quarterback developers we make these kind of decisions that we go to our principles and we are what we believe it is who we are we're proud of it know your fullish you're foolish you don't do that you do not build teams like that you know bad enough that the Packers did it in the first round training all up to get a guy in Jordan love when they ever in Rogers I mean arguably soul top three top five quarterback in the league even it will be thirty seven this coming year but still he's got at least three good years left you with a better than good years on a pack is one thirteen three last year you don't need a quarterback in the first round and you don't need a running back in the second year bankers that's that is I mean so you are trying to build your team moving forward this is a draft what I can come back and hurt them long term wasting the top two picks one on a quarterback they don't need to want to running back there you you don't I mean if you wanna take a running back in the second round fine but after you make a pick that could actually help you this year in the first round and they didn't do that the eagles have a guy in the prime of his career yeah all right he's banged up but he's always hurt and you know whatever with Carson Wentz do you can you can make that type of pick for insurance would June hurts you you don't do that these guys are getting too smart for their own good too cute for their own good well why not who's you know total single just just because teams local wanted it I give them credit because they're not just following the same old right but some things are just ridiculous I did you don't wanna be a follower and you want to do what you believe in some things are just stupid and this is one of those just because it hasn't been done before doesn't mean you shouldn't do it but sometimes there are reasons why it has been done before very often you don't take a quarterback in the first round or the second round when you already have.
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"Edie's Valentine the morning is one of four three five M. hope your weekend went well was a big day yesterday the M. S. walked a virtual M. S. walk we did that for jail yesterday we all walked all over the California the love was apparent the love is also apparent in somebody's good we cannot ruin this you guys there is no love it's hard enough being quarantined trying to date but we cannot ruin those the attraction was apparent what happens okay so I had told him before like I don't even know when we discussed this but I told you before that I love puzzles I love scape rooms I love doing things as a team games or whatever like I love that kind of stuff and so he planned this zoom sessions a week you tell me a lot of them settling we gonna Sam and then what happened was he shared his screen with me so that we were able to play a game on on his computer but I used my phone to be able to participate with this game and he was using his phone as well I don't know you guys ever heard of Jack box these Jack box games I played it before my family but you use your phone to answer to type in questions and stuff like everything's done through your phone so we were sharing the screen but we had to work together it was this game where you had to defuse these bombs and then also like put in passwords and passcodes instead all through using clues and we had to help each other like there'd be a bomb that we had to use and how to cut the wires so I would get too close he would get too close to we're working together going in order like I had a clue one yet clear to that he had three I had called for and we're trying to defuse these bombs and each day progressed you would get more and more bombs to diffuse we made it all the way to Friday so we thought like this is it we've made a great job and that is all over again on Monday and we had all these other bombs to do it was incredibly tough but so much fun it proved we make a pretty good team when we're there I would say like my dream date it is heavily influenced by terrorism awesome this is great I'm really happy I was waiting because no deal I was sitting here and I'm like what am I gonna say selectmen already Friday go I think it is Friday right now because that would help us a lot and I was waiting for the comment from Kevin I knew there was something Kevin I mean I know would say something rather I just didn't know what was going to be so if you're legislating egg bombs a romantic you know we weren't dealing with real bombs and he didn't create this game is if you think you're and we're together Hey don't fight it you found yourself a nice little dungeon master you got it Hey I'm not gonna share anymore no nothing would get out of your life is what we're living vicariously through would get the exact same thing every day do I defrosted chicken or not that's my entire life right now I become a defrosting expert you know it's not like anybody that lost their lives or anything it was just like a like a little room that looked like it was about us you guys didn't get any time know what once we got to Monday was like super super tough and so we it was so hard we could do it but we made it we made it through one week now the stage being brought to you by Jill and her suitor is in memoriam and we wish them the very best it was a cartoon it was we work together that's all to gather okay you're getting if you turn up the volume on your microphone or maybe I'm sensing something else your voice seems to be raising up I'm yelling I'm yelling right now sorry I couldn't hear you so when you said you were yelling yes all rights balance in the morning eight six six five four four my favorite text in the show at three one oh four three here's what's coming up in Hollywood headline Taylor swift made a big announcement about lover fest last I'll tell you her plan right after traffic is still here to take your order see you in the drive thru right now all right now public health officials are urging residents to continue practicing social distancing as the number of confirmed sort of ours cases climb past twelve thousand three hundred in LA county experts say there is evidence that our physical distancing efforts are working but we have to stay with it authorities are urging patients after several rallies took place in Orange County it sees like Huntington beach and San Clemente protests recalling that officials to lift the orders about forty percent of graduating seniors in the U. S. say they plan to delay their college plans many parents and students surveyed felt they needed more information about college safety plans for the fall many people are also uncertain about tuition and expenses California state home orders every deuce vehicle collisions by about sixty percent that is save taxpayers an estimated one billion dollars since the orders went into effect that money would've been sped up property damage treatment of injuries and emergency response costs there you go.
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"The basement doctor Edie's twenty three in west Jefferson twenty three degrees at your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN the Senate prepares to hear arguments from the house impeachment managers as well as the president's legal team in the impeachment trial starting tomorrow and the president's lawyers gave a preview of their arguments today sources working to the president's legal team have argued for quite some time that the articles of impeachment as they are currently constructed are neither criminal nor impeachable the president's lawyers believe that the articles of impeachment presented by house Democrats are constitutionally deficient on their face the theories under pending them would do lasting damage to the separation of powers under the constitution and to our structure of government lawyers here say the first article invalidated would allow Congress to effectively second guess the president's legitimate policy decisions and they argue the second article would invalidate a president's right to confidential deliberations which is why they say they block testimony and refused to turn over documents to the house thanks is given coracle house speaker Nancy Pelosi launch the impeachment inquiry after a whistle blower filed a complaint against the president about is July twenty fifth phone call with the Ukrainian president president trump however dismissed that complaint saying the phone call was perfect the state has released a plan to address multiple problems that were found in a federal audit that were identified in Ohio's Medicaid system Medicaid director Maureen Corcoran said told a federal regulators this week the number of applications pending for more than forty five days should be down to around eight thousand by delight core core Corcoran said earlier this month that the federal audit found high error rates in the areas of payment and eligibility determination Graham for poor children and families and shores nearly three million people triple a said their roadside assistance teams were busy yesterday helping stranded motorists the auto club is urging you to have a fully charged cellphone when you go out to drive as well as a first aid kit and a survival kit inside your car that includes jumper cables a blanket and flashlights and the producers of Super Bowl fifty four are looking to hire around six hundred people in order to help set up the halftime show that a feature Jennifer Lopez and Shakira at their stadium in Miami on February second the job is a paid position and well you get to help with the show you do not get tickets to watch the game your A. B. C. six first warning weather clear skies tonight to low dropping down to around fourteen currently it's twenty three degrees malice N. Y. enter next report at seven sealable everywhere with the I heart radio back now number one for podcasting newsradio six ten WTVN radio station Greg Taylor here I recently met with a couple in the early sixties who say well for retirement but needed the assurance that they were not going out live their nest egg as we xray their portfolio we noticed it was a common sixty forty split of stocks and bonds so I asked them have you ever thought about investing differently the husband spoke up and said you know Greg this is the way we've invested since we were in our thirties but we have so much more risk now I do feel we've earned the right to invest differently but just don't know how I find this to be a common theme of the middle class millionaire you've earned the right to invest differently you're still investing the we always have a.
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"Two hundred thousand vehicle cap on the number of Edie's per manufacturer that can qualify for tax credits last week Congress did not include legislation in a spending bill that would have tripled the number of vehicles that would qualify now competitors like Ford with its mock E. S. U. V. will have a seventy five hundred dollar price advantage because their vehicles still qualify for the tax credit and this means a General Motors and hassle we will become the first auto makers that will be selling E. vis without the benefit of that seventy five hundred dollar federal tax credit uber is ready to hit the gas on more self driving cars the company reportedly just bought six hundred acres of land in Pittsburgh to build a test track this coming a year after testing resumed on public roads in the city following a deadly crash in Arizona no word when the track will be ready but details will be released early next year the expansion puts who were in competition with way mo Tesla Ford and General Motors the FAA is proposing sweeping regulations that will require all drones to have technology that will allow them to be tracked CBS is Cammy McCormick as detailed as remote ID technology will allow the FAA a and security agencies to identify drones officials don't currently have a quick way to identify the owner of the drone or track the location of those that have been registered and even airports lacked the legal authority to track them this will require even the smallest of drones to emit a very particular signal that will be broadcast over the internet meanwhile knight lead drone flights remain a mystery to authorities in northeast Colorado officials are trying to figure out who is flying the drones the Denver post reports that they've been spotted flying over Phillips in Yuma county's over the last week at least seventeen of them with the wing spans of about six feet and they're only flying at night in the dark at least a dozen people are dead after a plane carrying ninety eight passengers and crew crashed near Cass extend your cast extends largest city today fifty others were seriously injured when that plane went down for our partners at Sky News we hear from journalists Joanna little is this saying that they're looking at is either human error or technical era and they call on the C. can point which at this point that they have to find the books like flight recorders and they are investigating now officials say the weather does not appear to have played a factor in that crash a tour helicopter carrying seven people has disappeared during a tour around coal why in Hawaii the crafts owner contacted the Coast Guard forty five minutes after it was due back Thursday evening US Coast Guard chief petty officer serum your says they have trained crews conducting ongoing searches all in conjunction with local in military party really appreciate or from all of the partners that we have throughout the state on quiet we recognize that we don't have a lot of resources that we can cascade in from the mainland the what we have here is what we have but we do connect search and rescue exercises well the whole island on an annual basis that we just did one recently acquired one pilot in six passengers were aboard the helicopter two of those passengers are believed to be miners Eric can astronaut is about to become a record breaker your CBS's Peter king with the story gristina cook is been aboard the international space station since March fourteenth and tomorrow she breaks American Peggy Whitson is record for the longest single space flight by a woman it'll be cooks two hundred eighty nine day it's a huge honor Peggy is a heroine of mine has also been kind enough to mentor me through the years go tell CBS news the record as a reminder of something else it's not so many so much how many days are up here but what you do with each of those days so that reminds me to bring my best to every single day cooks mission has thirty nine days to go for a total of three hundred twenty eight just short of all time U. S. record holder Scott Kelly's three hundred forty Peter king CBS news it's two fifty one we check traffic and weather next.
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"All right so we start our third hour Edie's a short week find right through it already speak a flying I went to New York back over the weekend had another blast men love that town love that town people but ask me lately Hey Rome could you live there would you live there in never say never never say never always eight did really never say never you were in New York City with me Alvin you had a great time never say never this program is brought to you by rocket mortgage by quicken loans rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience and we're not up city is a blast he got to go to work is to write no one so why get try some different you never know you never know all right that's said gearing up for our three Boise state head football coach Bryan Harsin joins me at forty past the hour again we covered the NFL yesterday lot of really good things to talk about the raiders getting hammered by the jets not one of those good things I can't for the life of me imagine a game that had that much significance and Ms no showing all together and believe me the raiders if they've got a great coach Jon Gruden Alice character on that team you can't tell me they were overlooking the jets because they were thinking about Kansas city the writer should not be overlooking anybody so whatever it was they were not ready they can get off the bus they weren't ready to play they got hammered in raider fan was acting like man it's all right there all we have to do is Peter how are these logs show up run through Casey the division is ours we shocked the world we're back and then they get hammered thirty four to three by the job well notice how I did not start the R. by talking about growing hair or is a look as much as many of you want me to do that like this guy he wrong I like crocs outfit it was thought provoking sign it dudes they turn their head side ways when looking at art Casey New Hampshire you know Casey it's not bad actually for you it's not bad at all Casey Rogers Iran as a cowboys fan I would have felt better if carrot top gone Ford on fourth instead of kicking the field goal it would have made me feel like he had grown a pair instead of carrying around those split peas I'm forty nine I just hope I'm still alive would you get rid of the worst head coach in the NFL David in Texas I think finally and I don't have any particular insight I'm talking about on the inside I'm just watching Jerry Jones now I've watched him every single week every single game every single month since he hired Garrett do that job full time about a decade ago and I've seen gear it makes some bad decisions I sing Garrett have some really poor play because I've seen Gary get turned inside out I've seen Gary get out coached I sing Garrett do more with less what do less with more and I seen Jerry's reaction it's always about same that's my guy like that coaching staff I like what we are I liked it I like to you're looking at us and talking about us and give me all your money this is good how many about Jerry Jones for a minute just think about him conducting the interviews that interview but interviews that he did after that game can you think of any other owner they would set up post up and hold court like that after game like that no what other NFL owner would do that none because this guy loves it why do you think he owns that team so people will look at him talk about him talk about his team talk about is building all those things we got to the point where I wanted it does this guy actually even care if he wins or loses I mean really because he's got that same coach in that same spot the same things happen over over over again and they happen again this weekend and everybody saw it right there in prime time a winnable game in again they had to have their chance to make a statement like the Niners Niners had chance to make a statement and they made a statement a nationally televised statement the cowboys had chance to make a statement and they did the wrong kind of statement so when you ask me the question you're forty nine you'll be still alive when we get rid of the worst coach in the league I don't know bro can help you in as your health I can't answer that question about knowing how healthy you are Intel I saw what I saw from Jerry yesterday no nothing changed if you saw that you thought yourself man ginger is dead coach walk walking he's not gonna make it off the field he will make it to the facility tomorrow he did he did he saw as a gag nothing is changed yet reading father on the precipice even sherry I mean how can you watch this any longer again if you have more talent one through fifty three and you can't win consistently and you see them melt down the way they did meltdown and I wanna hear about the weather I don't wanna hear about the elements I came was right there for them and he was turned inside out again our coach again they could do better it's not the worst coach I've ever seen but he's not good enough they could do better your gym is I going to give a presidential pardon to a Turkey this year just curious sign Greg in central Florida why woody gobble gobble Turkey why would he do that one I like is gonna have the thanksgiving replete with skittles.
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