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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
Massive unemployment fraud found in California prison system, prosecutor says
"California has been sending unemployment checks to some of the state's most notorious serial killers under a fraud program so large that could hit a billion dollars As KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us the statewide taxpayer rip off was uncovered in San Mateo County. The fraud seems so easy. It couldn't possibly be true, but prosecutors say inmates would use real or fake names and real or fake Social Security numbers. The file claims in the names of Scott Peterson or Cary Stayner or 131 other death row inmates. $420,000 paid out so far to those claims 140 million so far paid the other bogus claims in jails and prisons. SAN Mateo County D A. S T. Wagstaff uncovered the tip of the iceberg by prosecuting 22 suspects, some of whom were already facing murder charges. But under Edie the rules those claims were still being paid. The money would keep coming. It was still coming. Even though we knew at that point, it was the massiveness of the DDT workload that prevented them from using any Having any ability to try and stem things like this. The name could have been George Washington, Abraham Lincoln. Nobody would've picked anything out. Plus, California doesn't have a system to crosscheck names against those deemed ineligible, he says. The really offensive part is hearing about all the out of work, people who could use those jobless benefits and knowing they're going to inmates across the state. Holic want
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.
Until Death: Raynella Leath
"As a child. Rinella grew up in a small community outside Knoxville Tennessee. Rinella was the second child. She had an older sister named flow. Anna and two younger siblings. Marcus and Robin her parents do e Annie met in college. They married after. Dewey had enlisted in the Army Air Corps. Any Finish College. Do we want a purple heart? And after the war he continued his education. So Anne worked as a schoolteacher and do he worked for the US Department of Energy so he made some good use at his time. Back in college had a masters degree in Chemistry and Physics and he was very invested in a safe storage of nuclear waste. Sounds like a smart guy. Yeah absolutely and Rinella grew up in this ideal environment. It was virtually crime free. And this was a town where she and her siblings could. Just hop on their bikes. Anytime go downtown. See a movie or use the Community Swimming Pool. It was kind of one of those pre planned communities for the nuclear power plant scientists. So the kids didn't even know what their parents position was at the company. But that's pretty much what it all revolved around but they were also religious rain. Ls saying in the choir of the Baptist Church and when she was in elementary school her classes were segregated but her high school actually became the first integrated school in the south in nineteen fifty five so at least in part because of the large population of these government scientists. Rinella schools were quite exceptional. The science were excellent of course and the children began learning a second language by the time they were in the second grade so it really gave her a lot of advantages in life her. She was always at the top of her class and was taking all the advanced courses she could. She's also in the marching band spinner weekends at Football Games drive INS and other activities common in the nineteen fifties. Yes he just watch American graffiti. That was kind of what it was like. Right right yeah. Drinking was less of a problem than in most communities because this county they lived in was completely dry. Yeah that's amazing how to combat alcohol. Well I mean if you really want the alcohol you could drive out of the county and get it sure but it's certainly made it harder on the kids in a lot of their parents didn't even have booze in the house which. I don't know about you but the first blues I had I snuck from my parents. Liquor cabinet will. It's where you get it right exactly and there's not just a dry county but a lot of lot of Baptist people and they don't look at alcohol. Is that interesting anyway now? I think it might be a no no for them completely. It certainly not encouraged note therefore remark so after high school. Rinella went to East Tennessee State University as a nursing student while they're Rinella got good grades in competed in rifle shooting. Yeah funny when you think about Ed. Just the way said that. I'm thinking here's a student right getting the grid. So but yeah. He's a marksman let's Tennessee. It's the south right and. I think there's you know more familiarity with guns in the south or is that just a a cliche. No I think that's probably true. Yeah we'll why she was there. This is when she met her. First husband. William Edward Dos it and he went by Ed but young ad had a very different childhood. He had many losses in his life. And I guess the most dramatic I would say was his mom's death. This happened on Easter morning. Nineteen fifty six when Little Edie was just eight years old and he woke up in the morning to find his mother on the floor beside his bed. Dead of a heart attack and just two months later. His Dad died from cancer. So Eddie was an orphan and he ended up moving in with his aunt. And uncle was kind of tough Lou eight-year-old cured get up in the morning and mom's dead on the floor. Can you imagine it's just? It's horrible so he had a much rougher upbringing then ray Nella dead but he was just a real go-getter and as a child. Everyone said he was exceptionally kind in high school. He played some football but he also worked on the school newspaper and he was a member of several clubs. Once he was in his senior year he was given the award for the Best School Spirit. Then he went to college on a football scholarship and he continued to date his high school sweetheart in his freshman year. Everyone thought these two would get married but then he met right now at college in broke up with the girlfriend not an unusual phenomenon. Guess so ED graduated with a business degree. He and Renault got married when she was a senior in college. Now the story I always liked Nell is mom. She didn't approve of that and she apparently knew how to hold a grudge. But she didn't speak to Ed for the first thirteen years of their marriage. Well that's serious grudge holding right. Guess so you really love my mother-in-law. She doesn't talk to me. But when you look at the big picture it kind of makes you think Did Rain Nella get some of that kind of personality from holding grudges or well at decided? He wanted to be a lawyer and he started taking classes at the University of Tennessee Law School in Nineteen Sixty nine ray. Nella began working as a nurse after she graduated in nineteen seventy two at graduated from law school. He had inherited his family's farm. Both of his parents were deceased so he would call himself a farmer and a country lawyer. But it's funny he always said I'm a farmer I and a lawyer second even though he would really end up being very successful as a lawyer did a good job. He had quite a career absolutely really popular as well. It worked in criminal defending people in need. Yeah he liked to help the poor people. Then in nineteen seventy eight. Renaudot gave birth to their first child. Maggie dice it and they then moved to the family farm. Young family lived in a mobile home on the property. As Ed built a new house they worked hard. He built the house entirely from lumber from his own trees. He had an architect who designed the home and he had a contractor friend who advised him on how to do things but basically he built this place. So that's pretty impressive to me. Sure is in nineteen eighty two. When a district attorney general retired decided to run for that job and the funny thing is once. He entered the election. His mother-in-law had a change of heart. Suddenly Ed was an okay guy. Who's now worthy of my attention right? Which really got crate? But she enjoyed this attention and she would be photographed with him at campaign events as much as possible. But Ed took it in stride you now. That's my mother-in-law. Whatever I'm going to be nice to. Everybody and Rinella was a good wife. She was working really hard to help them with this campaign. So it's not like they were on the outsor- anything. The marriage was really good for a long time. And when Ed Din win this election the family celebrated the local. Sheriff gave Ed a five shot. Pistol telling him now. He needed a gun to protect himself. Because he's putting away bad guys and they might come after him but that wasn't a gun guy then the next year at an Rinella had a son William Edward Dawson Junior. So now the family had big Edie and little Edie Ed had a secretary named K and she was married to a guy named Steve Walker and the two couples K. In Stephen Ed. Ray Noah were friendly and they did some socializing from time to time when K had a son who they named Kevin in nineteen eighty four. She left her position and ED's office and Henry now had a third child whose name Katie born in nineteen eighty five so rinella never visited the walkers but ed ended up spending a lot of time there and you might ask why they spent a Lotta time why. He spent a lot of time there because he was screwing k. Well I'm just thinking you know. Things must have been not perfect with he and Rinella by then if he's out having an affair her maybe he was just bored who knows but K. was very fond of him and that's part of the issue. A lot of people think K. Was really in love with Ed. But he wasn't going to leave rain Allah and we don't know if that's because it wouldn't look good if he was afraid of her. Maybe we don't know. But then in nineteen eighty AK had a second son who she and her husband named Kyle and although her husband Steve Did know about it until years later kyle was actually Ed's biological child the product of this affair kind of love child. We didn't know about birth control too. Well I'm sure there was some knowledge of it but who knows. Maybe she wanted to have a baby kinda nasty to pass it off as her husband. Well I don't know Dick. I almost think it's kind. Maybe you don't agree with me but I almost think it's kind of a kind decision. What good is it going to do their family now? They have two sons. What good is it if she tells her husband? The son is not biologically yours and maybe she didn't even know one hundred percent. That's a possibility but I mean I'm just one of these people. I think sometimes not most the time but sometimes holding back. A harsh truth can be an act of love controversial. But it's how I feel I'm GONNA leave it at that okay now. Nineteen Ninety right now retired from nursing and she concentrated on raising her children and managing the family farm. Dave Leaf was a nice man. Who's a friend of ED? And he had a pool. Nello take your children. Today's house to swim in the summer other than that. There was really no connection between Renault and Dave while they were very different people. I mean she really valued education and Dave was a high school dropout. Who worked as a barber? Not that. There's anything wrong with that but it's a much simpler job than ads. Still Dave was very likeable and well known in the community is a good guy. You know that same year ED started to have stomach pains now. He said in a board meeting for local farmers that he had the meanest away from the world. Who's trying to kill him even though he didn't smile and he said everyone's still took it as a joke. They all understood. That Renault is a real force. Probably wasn't the easiest woman to live with. Now I mean what can you say about right Allah from what we know. She was wearing the pants in her home. No matter who she was married to and you didn't want across her she could hold a grudge dislike her mom. I guess but then tragedy struck in October of nineteen ninety one because that was admitted into the hospital he thought it was just for an appendectomy but during that surgery a Denno carcinoma was found on his appendix and too small intestine so they did some further exploratory surgery and they found that he had cancer. That had metastasized to several organs. It was just all over his abdomen so there was no chance of curing him of that
Edie Falco, 'Tommy'
"Are watching. Tommy on CBS. Because it starts my guest today eighty. Falco a welcome. Thank you see. I didn't want to introduce you with that long list of your credit. So Gosh that would just take almost any Golden Globes things you know you should have a whole necklace or embracing the bat but here you aren't Tommy Palang. The chief of police. Somebody had to do it. You put a cop before we probably in is where the war right The chief I know right now crazy. They apparently thought I could do it. Here am why. Do People think you could be charged? Apparently that is a common misconception about my kids there is nobody less worthy of that That there's nobody no my kids anybody's kids are never going to think of you as anything to really you know on the earth or you're in charge more you're going to do that but explain to the world out there. That hasn't watched it yet. Who Tommy is. She is the chief of police in Los Angeles herself as a New Yorker next Nypd COP and She finds herself sort of on the other side of the country and leading a group of people. She doesn't really know in the city. Sch Isn't completely familiar with and that's how we start. You might as well be in your top two because that's where you live. Yeah it's where I live. So they said what? Well they I you know I I get stuff sent to me and I read it to see if I'm interested. I don't I'm not interested much these days. Which worries me? I don't know what has changed but I read the vendors movie. Yeah we're working on please. I know you do have a fifteen year old son so it would be. It would give me an in with him that I don't presently hat but I read the script for Tommy and I thought it was very good but it takes place in La. And so. I put it aside sadly and then My manager came back to me and said well what if they were shoot in New York and I thought he was. Just you know it was a pipe dream and then turns out they ward and they did and we did you go. Well decide to remake the thief of Bagdad. It'll be shot west West village which is can get it done. So what's this I hear about that? You travel with a van filled with pomp. The Art Department is the scenic. People are really they get their long before we do show up there and their palm trees in front of the House and all of this very colorful foliage. When we're all in Parkas you know I don't know but I buy it and I know we're not in La. But I I walk up to the Seine. I'm like wow very impressive to strike. I still do but they were able to pull it off and we do a lot of interiors so that could be anywhere but you bring Your Own New York Ness to this party. I that's great. It fits in the character. Does everything people look at you like they look at me or anybody else's in New Yorker when we go to La. What's the matter with you? Why are you wearing black and white? I don't understand stuff. They hired me so you didn't even go there for like one. We had one day. I shot one in L. A. And we got a lot out of it because I was up on in Griffith Park or something where I was someplace to. They got lots of long view pictures of us in La just to Kinda Cement. The location think it's only fair. I see enough movies that are supposed to be in New York. That are shot in Vancouver and I go way it. That's up late clean on we. Just don't do at all. That's right time. Tommy herself as a character is is to me wonderfully complicated. Oh good all really messed up. And I'd love to see this woman who's in charge be like all of us when somebody says you have authority over this like we all delude ourselves. Who are parents that we have with authority for their right but she she had a messed up marriage her daughter and she don't have the best relation right? Her husband's an actor right. Oh my God. Can I mistaken you? Imagine and she's a lesbian looking for love in Los Angeles while being the chief of police data enough for you to have roll camera to that one but yeah she's got up and who doesn't mean. We all have all thinkers. I think people are ready to see that you know complicated people with complicated lives. And how we're GONNA handle it and so what? I think I like most is that she does see as her priority to kind of get this police department in shape even knowing that there's going to be pushed back the men that she's a female she doesn't know anybody she hasn't necessarily earned her place in that precinct. She knows they're going to be people who are not happy about that nonetheless. You show up ready job and makes that the priority and how these other things fall into place kind of what we hope people will come back to see. But whenever I've talked to you about your life here in New York you've always said to me. You know what I love to do on terrified. Stay to I'm John Cancer. You know my my sign and homebody. Just don't WANNA go anywhere. I win every place and I did so during your whole doubles years. That's right apparently out in the world but yeah I love being home. I have a home. That's comfortable and I love my kids and my dog's my friends come over. I don't know yes. I go out occasionally but I love being home and I love especially working these very long days and coming home to my house in my bed and my loved ones. You know what's important everybody's there everybody's there and even if they're not always happy to see the look of disgust on their faces when I when I recognize. I'm it's do. They comment on your performances. No I I. I'm not entirely sure. They know what I do and I'm completely on. They must've at least watch. I know my daughter said so. The shows on Thursday nights. I said Yeah. She goes We don't have to watch it. Do we know Mace. I won't make you watch kind of worked on it. Because she was onset so much. My daughter almost twelve worked on it. Yes many way would make me laugh. They are endlessly. Funny my kids. Yeah and that's what keeps us all going. Oh for sure. You may not look like you at a spa but that's You know I can't remember totally my life before them. I can't even doing with my time was was it the children when you adopted was the son. The first one was that. What changed everything for you. You know there were a lot of little things along the way. The decision to adopt him was was huge. And then I was talking to somebody recently about the moment they hand you your child who is over or is it like the get to see the baby. I it's every say that one no of course you have no idea. It was connected to this birth mother. Well in advance of her giving birth so They actually handed me my trial. And I'm looking at this little thing. Yeah it's huge and your life changes. It just changed national. Who I thought was like. You're leaving like you guys were the book. He was very nerve wracking. The whole ride home. My friends were in the back looking at him in his seat. Like all right. Yeah No. He's still he's still good. It's really really nerve wracking. But I think every parent goes so. I don't WanNA kill this baby. Try because you can't. This can't be happening to be out to do it. I changed my mind. None of that's allow no. That's the thing is the relentlessness of the whole the whole procedure. I think it's good for us. Well I think it's good for everybody because it's going to happen. It's going to totally if you are huge and wealthy and can hire a nanny for every half day. It's still your cake and the ad may know you're the one you're the one and you're responsible and you did everything wrong and you know that right. Once they're able to talk it's on you. It's so different for Tommy. Because she comes in. She didn't have this relationship with her daughter. Stayed back in with her dad and it was and you're doing this and and trying to find so here it is all these years later. My daughter has a daughter on on the show. And so we're what? Where can we start from you know? Do we try to go backwards and repair? Can we start from where we are? I mean it's all the questions that I guess one would have in a in a situation like that or do I just walk away you know. Is this something that can't be fixed. You know again complicated. Yeah who wants to well? Maybe people do especially in this. You're dealing. This show is dealing with things that were living with every day and immigration. The first episode is there Sexual misconduct right is right. There in fact it was. Tommy that had problem right war and then in the last episode that I'd seen it was about a Hollywood producer. Rice was happening. So do you have input into this. What's going into these scripts? You know what I could I it's been made very clear to me that I have as much input as I want. But I'm so busy doing the stuff that I do. That and we have a stable full of writers that are so creative and interesting and interested and talented suddenly. We're all sitting. I just referred to them as livestock. I'm not sure I didn't mean it like you. The whole group lovely normally humans sitting in a room didn't the story and you look at it and do you go into the stable and say the hell is death if they took this. I look at it if I look at with. Yeah you'd never do that either so you can do it. We have to give me that. I haven't done someplace somewhere you know is is the prison warden. Carmelo is like basically running that house too bad for Tony that any of that happening. I let him maybe total mass but what she's in the hospital we don't think of her diction we think she knows what she's doing as messed up she is. What is it about you that everybody thinks he is take charge? She knows what you do it. Every minute of the hold the will of all the is so what not. You're not how do you deal with all the characters that you've played before when the public when they see you is going to remember one or the other of them vividly? The amazing thing I've discovered at this point in my life is I can't control anything that happens with anyone else so if they are coming at me with a memory of some other character I played. I hope they will let go quickly or they won't be able to Follow the new story that we're all telling you know It is a huge honor to think people look at me and think. Oh I watched that show that you were on whatever but being an actor you change all the time who you're playing in what part of the story you are participating in and You know so I hope people are able to let it go and and look at look at the new stuff. Where do they go in your head? Do they live with you? I'm sure they do you wake up some days and there's a lot of now that they're long gone so you don't need any therapy then it's okay that's a whole other. How much time we got about the role. No no no. No no no. That's also twenty years ago. We started it twenty years ago. Sopranos And then Jackie was whatever I don't however many years ago that was time passes in wants to Kinda I take off the nails and the jewelry and all that stuff she goes away. You didn't save inning of her. Wardrobe tying the wardrobe. No I was. I was happy to move past that. I kept a couple of things from the house and I didn't keep her fingernails wardrobe. Something you'd be in the mood for US.
"edie" Discussed on The View
"Life. But let me say this about Joe Biden because I saw that clip as well and I thought Joe Biden was his strongest when he first announced and he had that ad campaign that said that we are struggling for the soul of this country. We are fighting for the soul of this country and I believe that a man like Joe Biden is the person that can change. Sort of the tenor of this country of what we are going through. Because he has that empathy and I believe he. We haven't seen more of that. Don't others have to sort of get out of the race to give Biden votes? No see this just need to see my no. Tom was his second in South Carolina. Right now and Bloomberg has actually pulling why shown that Bloomberg is actually taking walks. Grave is townhall last night. Did you watch that? I didn't watch. Elizabeth does not buzzing in his ear. He's really good. He was quite. Yeah but he. If you're a Biden Fan. He's hurting him. He's actually Bloomberg is helping Bernie a lot. So it's like I don't think you can force anybody to drop out as well be has said many times but I think historically when you're coming in sixth and seventh and fifth if you're not going to be president maybe it's okay to look for who is going to possibly be present and which. Lanier and moderate or socialists. Well I'm hoping somebody out. Thank Brad Stacey Abrams and puts them on. Well there's the thing that that Joe Biden has that people recognize is he's been through it young. Yeah they're not platitudes. He's lived everything he's talking about. Those deaths were deep and deep rooted in his body. That was his family. That's his son so he can speak to that he understands that you know and as far as listen. I. There are a lot of people who are running. That are probably really good but this is what I want when whoever gets an is going to want to change and do whatever they want to do but we have to restore like we have to put diplomats back. There's a lot of stuff as to be stored parrots. Yeah before you can now put a brand new thing on for everybody to get used to a lot of so I think if you're trying to figure out what it is you want. You want some restoration of your norm your tie. You want low money back on your taxes. You WanNa stop paying for everything. You want a little breathing space. I think you know I want people who can say. Hey we're going over. We got an handle. I want people who can deal with the UN and say this is what we're here to talk these countries and we will try to work it out. I want that I want. I want his going. You feel like empathize with the American public can lead you through this. Do think even in that moment laws Joe by sends this character that is missing of the country store also around and not fire people. Because they're not sick offense. Yeah little dogs. Well facing to WHO?.
"edie" Discussed on The View
"Reverend W was speaking to had just lost his son as well. I believe he lost his wife in the massacre in the South Carolina Church massacre by the white supremacist. I saw this last night and I started crying. And it's pretty long like we just cut it but this is Joe Biden at Peak Biden. He has this way of empathizing with pain and he's almost like the Anti Mayor Pete. Nothing is scripted. He has this way of voting. That Donald Trump don't you know I actually look. Donald Trump is better politician when it comes to emotion Pitas but whatever I think when it comes to emotions I think mayor mayor but he is leading right now in a Clemson poll by eighteen points in South Carolina. He's also surging in Florida right now and I think a lot of this has to do with barneys saying Nice things about Cuba and about Dictators and I think there's a lot of people have been taken that well but if Joe Biden can stay in this lane and his campaign can keep them in this line. A lot of uncertainty with the corona virus and things that are going on that statesman who has a lot of history and a lot of record in this country. It may be something more. It's interesting to me that religious people some who are on trump's team like evangeline goes. I don't really understand how they don't go with Biden as somebody slipped with a porn star while his wife was having a baby. I don't get that explain has never understood this line that I think is the most perfect line that he says. That explains trump better than any way I can. He says they hate you. Meaning the media and liberal people that judge like Redneck evangelicals in the middle of the country. That people think are stupid and ignorant. Whatever he's an I'm just in the way meaning they'll come for you and they'll come for your religion. They'll come for everything you believe but I'm in the way best way. He's in the way of leftist. That want to change their life not that they necessarily believe that he was like the greatest guy. He's like religious figure. Anything like that is that they think that he's the person that stopping the culture war from reaching up. It's just so bizarre to me. Because if you're a person of faith he is the antithesis of everything that you believe in everything that is God centered. He is the antithesis moral.
"edie" Discussed on WTVN
"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.
Leading Democratic 2020 Hopefuls Commemorate MLK Day In South Carolina, Iowa
"In South Carolina several democratic presidential candidate spent part of the Martin Luther king junior holiday with voters attending a prayer breakfast church service and rally the state's first in the south democratic primary is in forty days the leisure Edie from South Carolina public radio reports many voters are still undecided seven of the twelve candidates walked arm in arm leading a March to the state's capital Bernie Sanders Joe Biden Tom style you're Elizabeth Warren Tulsi Gabbard a nickel which are edible Patrick praised Dr king for his work and sacrifice and urged voters to continue his legacy by showing up at the polls people to judge join the March but did not address the crowd candidates have made several trips to the state but many voters like mediator covering the bass say no one has yet on their vote I'm on the side of
49ers favored in Seattle for first time since 2011
"In sports the San Francisco forty Niners head to Seattle on Sunday hoping to win the NFC west division KQ Edie's Brian what reports with the win over the Seahawks the Niners would clinch their division title and home field advantage throughout the playoffs the Niners lost to Seattle in early November in a game for the ages that went into overtime but that was here Sunday's game takes place in a notoriously loud place with notoriously hostile fans and the Niners have been winless in Seattle since twenty eleven the high stakes battle will include the return of Oakland Marshawn Lynch to the Seahawks just in time I'm for a match up NBC sports has flexed to make a Sunday night football game I'm Brian what KQED news
49ers favored in Seattle for first time since 2011
"In sports the San Francisco forty Niners head to Seattle on Sunday hoping to win the NFC west division KQ Edie's Brian what reports with the win over the Seahawks the Niners would clinch their division title and home field advantage throughout the playoffs the Niners lost to Seattle in early November in a game for the ages that went into overtime but that was here Sunday's game takes place in a notoriously loud place with notoriously hostile fans and the Niners have been winless in Seattle since twenty eleven the high stakes battle will include the return of Oakland Marshawn Lynch to the Seahawks just in time I'm for a match up NBC sports has flexed to make a Sunday night football game I'm Brian what KQED
Illinois Legislature Amends Recreational Marijuana Law, Bringing Clarity To Employers With Workplace Drug-Testing Programs
"Our be growing legalization of recreational marijuana has implications for both workers and employers let's talk about them was Scott cruise an employment attorney at Clark kill here in Chicago Scott good to have you with us here so June January first Edie's legal at dispensaries for people to buy marijuana not just medical marijuana recreational marijuana this seems to create some challenges for employers a talk to the employers out there or what are a few things they need to know ahead of January first sure very timely actually as of December fourth two thousand nineteen governor priscus signed an amendment to the cannabis law that clarifies a lot of questions that employers had and and so we'll kind of go through those first of all employers were asking can we continue to conduct pre employment drug testing and if it comes back positive can we withdraw an employment offer the answer to that question is yes second question players had is can we can do to continue could to conduct purely random drug testing so employees of the lasting letter C. you gotta go submit to a drug test today and if it comes back positive can we terminator discipline the answer to that question based on the moment is yes and finally post accident other types of employee drug testing suspicious type of behavior can employers continue to do that discipline or terminate and not have this good faith believe with the active talked about of impairment can you terminate Chester discipline on the positive drug to drug test alone the answer to the question is yes now that's the changes in it because they I think they were a lot of employers feeling as though their hands are kind of tied behind their back that if an employee had smoked marijuana but it wasn't right there in the office or on the job site or something that they were just gonna have to deal with it yeah and that was the kind of the juxtaposition here but employers have to be careful it's you have to have this in a positive drug test right it can't be were you and I are talking and I tell you Cisco I smoke marijuana three weeks ago right you don't drug test me you don't have a good faith belief that I'm impaired under the influence and you say well we're gonna terminate you because you smoke through research you can't do that right you got to have the drug test got to have this good faith believe how challenging is it for employers that because the the drug test if I understand right doesn't it potentially pick up that you smoke three weeks ago I mean it it's not necessarily that you were smoking and on your break that particular day correct so the challenge fortunately for employers this is a very employer finally stature and what is simply sizes positive drug test you can terminate you can discipline does it matter if the employee says but I smoke three weeks ago right we have a positive drug test withdraw the offer discipline and or terminate so does this allow some employers than to say in a blanket way our employees cannot smoke marijuana or is it and they're they're not able to get away with being that broad yeah so the the new one ma'am clarifies that it clarifies that say what I've been telling my client is you can continue to have a zero tolerance drug free workplace policy right make sure that you have that policy make sure you have a drug testing procedure in place right because you can't terminate just because I smoked three weeks ago you can terminate based on a test or your good faith belief of impairment and probably I guess a word of warning to employees just because you can now go into a dispensary and buy their stuff doesn't mean that you may not face some problems at work if you're smoking it and I think that's a good point for employees this does not mean come January first and on your lunch break you can go have a out a bowl come back and tell the employer about it and not face discipline you will be subject to discipline and likely
Texas Instruments stock is down. How much is due to the trade war?
"Much our next guest on the show is on on Sweeney Vasan semiconductor analyst at Bloomberg intelligence and we thought we would focus on this Texas Instruments story is so the guidance was disappointing that much we know stock sold off in the after hours I think what investors are most interested in is how much of this is a T. I. story and how much of it is tell on the trade war and also weakness in the global economy on on good morning and thank you for having me look that's that's the million dollar question I think the we were asking that the management six different ways and TI is a broad analog chipmaker and better crossing chip maker which means that it's chips go into everything from microwave ovens to cars to everything in between right to the fact that they had as substantial weakness in for Q. as their Guiding too coupled with the fact that this was to be the end of the down cycle in semiconductors in yet this particular guidance was weak down fourteen percent year on year is being polite it's great for four Q. he's not a good sign so is this that macro is weak we knew that already is is that there's three drama going on he knew that all was well one of the factors that could have played it and and and had an impact is that wall way because of the upcoming Paris may have front loaded it's purchasing in the first half there by beating the second half to be weaker than expected to that could have had an impact but I think when you put all of these pieces together it is suggesting that the up cycle for the semi conductors are not here yet and that we've seen significant rounding semiconductor stocks and that has to reconciling with the fact that we're not seeing the up cycle yet maybe the downturn isn't done when you I've been speaking to analysts about this as well there's quite a lot of hold recommendations still on the stalk is anyone sort of changing that shoot at this point or is it a case of just waiting to see a little bit more in terms of what we get from some of the other major semiconductor makers as well that's a good that's a great question one of the things in character the group tends to be incredibly forward looking the stock reaction is usually the first sign of a recovery the fundamentals actually to cover even wanted to quarters later than the stocks that the stock is a is a good barometer of more days to come on this occasion however Chianti is urging the earnings cycle and the fact that Edie's exposed to all of the different and market is is a pretty men are racking signed couple that with the fact that we have seen multiples on PI at multi year highs is an indication that they were expecting that recovery already we haven't necessarily seen that across the board but with TI is a very very high quality company it's a very disciplined execute tore Sir to have this magnitude of virtual employee in queue for particularly when people were expecting the end of the semiconductor cycle weakness he is is a surprising sign indeed I've just out of curiosity how conservatives normally are there are they with their forecasts it is said that that's and another good question one of the things with the semiconductor cycle is because their analog and because the use of art of distributor to sell their product I think their biggest grossing product is point one percent of revenues they have several thousands of products in the catalog do you don't have that much visibility Barton because of the threat of their book they tend to have lower highs and lower lows so the reason I ask another reason I ask is if you look at the last twelve earnings six times stocks went up in six times down so that shows you that there may be a little bit of conservatism in there possibly but I think it's seven here I don't think it's intentional conservative might be at comes from the lack of visibility and I think particularly now more so another pair of it versus other periods I think visibility that key concern we've seen quite a big rally coming through in the index the if for that **** benchmark does that kind of support some of these valuations Ole Ole what are you saying in the is it run too far no I I mean blue which is why I think most fundamentalists would argue that there has to be a re conciliation between the high multiples and the earnings and thus far in twenty nineteen earnings have continued to be car sales have continued to be cut yet the stocks are running so it's a thirdly are are diverging stories on both of between the stocks and between the fundamentals now I think it's finally catching up a little but we'll see if this is the final cart before the stark and before earning start to improve again all right and then take you so much for your insights and entry about Senate semiconductor analyst at Bloomberg
Best Buy murder case: Family of elderly woman sues
"Family of a South Florida woman killed by a bass by delivering man last month is suing the retailer and two contractors that handle the delivery poker tone police say the delivery man install the washer and dryer than beach seventy five year old Edie you delta death and set her body on fire attorney John Morgan says Best Buy JB hunt and accept delivery service could have prevented it with background checks but didn't this is a case of gross negligence Walter Honda this case is about not wanting to spend money the negligence and wrongful death suit doesn't specify monetary damages Best Buy has said that it's reviewing its delivery and safety procedures
Newer drugs help Eli Lilly top Wall Street quarterly profit estimate
"Of drug makers posting solid spring time quarterly results shares of Merck jumping pre market after crushing earnings estimates and raising its profit outlook as its blockbuster breast cancer treatment Q. Truda saw sales rise as two point six billion dollars the company's drugs currently in its pipeline I will continue to live or a strong results so says now a surge in sales of a key diabetes treatment has helped me lie Lilly top forecasts with quarterly results the drug maker says its portfolio of newer medicines reached more patients in the second quarter allowing it to grow revenue despite the expiration of the patent for its Edie medication Cialis Willie also lifting its guidance for the
"edie" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Totally know who this woman is they'll never cast me you know they'll cast one of those girls that that like annabel shore mersa told me they sort of had that a talion street looking kind of thing you know more a stereotypical italian looking in that had been my experienced that casting people were traveling outside much outside of what was expected so yeah i went into the audition a and i left and it was fun i went back to odds and then i think either that night or the next day you're something they called and said i got crazy crazy crazy times what was it like when they're called and said you gotta give it you you thought you were just kind of going american exercise well i'm shocked 'em i was thrilled because one of the things they told me early on with the money which was to kind of think of where that would fit in these days you know it wasn't a ton of money but for me it meant i could move out of my walkup apartment and i could pay back my student loans and that was beyond my wildest dreams truly will be on anything i could expect for myself so but you know sopranos was just a pilot at that point it was just yet another pilot that was gonna be made and then you wait around will anything happened with it and i'd been through that ringer a few times already so i mean it was great and i was thrilled to be able to pay off a bunch of things but we shot the pilot was really fun and then david chase said well this has been really great but no one's ever gonna watch this so i wish you guys the best whatever we all went separate ways so you know this is before sopranos became came what it ended up becoming certainly can never know when you walk into those things more bullseye after a quick break when we come back she'll tell me about her home run appearance on thirty rock.
"edie" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Dating jew or is a thing you're supposed to do right you know should end up with jewish persons of your kids can be jewish and that's a good thing to do but that is a that's that's a that rule exists to be broken and i don't think it'd be a good idea for anybody who fell in love with christian rely sorry on the tree no happiness for me something that's good that's a little rhyme that i used is that a real rhino read on the tree no love for me happiness that's real no it is now it's real real as the words i just put used in this podcast so it sort of again like people like bringing their politics bringing their politics around culture yeah into an individual relationship and that's inevitably going to be a mistake right no solution to it that that works de like edie edie edie like like allegedly corrective action you could take b at breaking up or look i'm single right now and like one of the things i've been doing is it on the pot saying over and over will you guys delete all the other times yeah embarrassing but now that the guests brought it up we have to leave what i will say though is that like when i'm on when i'm on the dating apps i'm just like don't be like like try to i don't know i'm just like especially because like one of the one of the apps and bumble just basically puts up like fifteen white bikini models when i log in as a as a straight guy because i think they like that surely is how they're outgrowing works and makes you feel like confidence or good in some way anyway i was like just fucking blast or these white bikini models because this is racist and i'm sure it's just based on what the population finds most attractive like it's just like we'll just put the top fifteen earners at the top of everyone's list.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Her pet raccoon who'd gotten really stone woman had arrived at the firehouse panicked saying that her pet raccoon who has gotten really high on someone else's we'd and no she's not sure who we'd it was why are you asking hi purse this donor gazza pet raccoon firefighters attempted to calm the woman down eventually got her to head home to let the little guys leave it off fortunately marijuana overdosing is not fatal for raccoons attracted it's kind of great because when you're animal that each trash anything can be a monkey all right bill how helen do on our quiz got six right that's twelve more points she has total to fourteen healthy well done all right mojo you're up next fill in the blank on tuesday justice gorsuch sided with liberal colleagues to strike down a law regarding the deportation of blank undocumented immigrant rights following the arrest of two black men in one of their stores blank announce it would close eight thousand locations hold racial bias training starbuck right this week miguel the ads canal became the first non castro president of blank since nineteen fifty nine cuba right this week a judge rejected pharma rose blanks request to serve out his jail time in a minimum security prison martin scrolling right portions of a five hundred year old scottish castle reclose to the public this week after they were taken over by blank ghosts via quote very angry badger on monday does lyndon became the first woman to win the blank since nineteen eighty five.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from our e i human beings are becoming the world first indoor species now that the average american spends ninety five percent of their life indoors take the quiz at our e dot com and see how small changes can lead to a better life outdoors rei co op has everything you need to get outside more often from gear to trips are is been sharing their passion for the outdoors since nineteen thirty eight visit rei dot com or your local rei store now onto our final game let fill in the blank each of our players sixty seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions is here she can correct answers now worth two points bill can you give us the scores can mowing helen each have two mas has three all right we flipped a coin helen has to go first the we'll start when i begin your first question fill in the blank during a press conference on wednesday president trump said that he would walk out of a meeting with blank if it wasn't fruitful kim genuine right on sunday senator tim kaine said he would vote against blanks nomination to become secretary of state mike pay this week slide fire the largest maker of the controversial firearm accessory known as blank announced it was shutting down bump stock right on wednesday an island wide outage leftover one point four million people on blank without powered again priory right on monday kendrick lamar became the first rap artists to win a blank pulitzer prize after an investigation that lasted almost two years minnesota law enforcement announce no criminal charges would be filed in blanks lethal overdose pray fright firefighters in indiana were unsure of what to do after woman brought in her blank her corgi dressed like kim jong no clothes.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"You are you are you smoking a joint are you getting high talk thought i'd keep my zachary welcome to the show bill curtis is going to be three news related limericks the last word or phrase missing for me if you can fill in that last word or phrase correctly and to the limits you will be a winner ready to play all right here's your first limit that closer may thinks that he's scam af it's not take rebirth that he planned an extinct willie beasts shall become re released and the frost lands are saved by the wollymammoth yes the man that exactly right very good a hard one thing you kept your edge harvard university scientists have been working on a project to splice preserved woolly mammoth dna with dna from a modern elephant and bring back the mammoth they published papers this week saying they're closer to it they think that these clone mammoths could then revitalize the arctic by we stimulating its natural ecosystem and make the arctic more terrifying to humans than ever scientists have now projected a two year plan to resurrect the mammoth which is embarrassing to those of us who take two years to repaint the living room so they're actually going to create like actually is that they one day they will announce the birth of the first mammoth and twenty five thousand years wow but it's spliced with elephant gene yes so it's like an elephant tighted mammoth.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Let me explain i'm going to get so much extra credit maybe you will helen i'm interested in what you think professor kerry cronin realized that her students these days don't go on dates they hang out they hook up then they pretend to lose their phone so they never have to see each other again so in her philosophy class you can get extra credit for going on a real date there are rules no alcohol and no physical contact i guess your strategy for getting people today it's remove everything fun about a day everything about this is making me squirm how do you know how like how do you do you have to get a note from the other party say that you did every presumably this extra credit she used to do it she says as required thing in the course but people complained so now it's just extra credit but rather fail the course than be forced to go sit with some dude with no booze really don't think you can handle it i had never been on a sober date in my entire helen helen thanks to a great new technology unveiled on monday you can now get a pizza delivered to you wear a pizza delivered to me in my car yes the answer is anywhere because domino's has introduced a program we'll deliver to places that are not traditional addresses right at the beach stuck in traffic and your car at at a pizza hut and really want to piss them on.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Spliff trots maybe all right comedy found a degree of fame unusual way was it from mazda o'brien a baseball on piran oklahoma city with beautiful calls was recruited to become an opera singer in that city from helen hong frustrated unpublished novelist rescues a publisher by strapping his novel to her leg and gets it printed from morocco an indie band gets a second life when an essay about them appears in the literacy test for students which of these the real story of an unexpected step to fame a huge baseball fan delivery of that i was fantastic so i want that so desperately to be true are you going to use it i'm waiting for the but no let's go for it all right how how am i supposed to argue with that all right so you've chosen mazas story of the baseball umpire who became an opera singer discovered by really legitimate sounding italian well we spoke actually one of the people who was in fact discovered here they are we recently found out we were included on the dairy oh literacy tests kind of went viral that was jig that's his name the lead singer and bassist of the band do bay up in canada i'm afraid on although you were as so many words for full really it's impersonation so your point for him which year which he totally earned dust thank you so much thank you take care.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"My big break you can get discovered in the traditional ways auditioning for movie yodeling in line walmart but this week we heard about someone getting into usual big break our panelists are going to tell you about it pick the one who's telling the truth you will win are prize the voice of your choice on your voicemail are you ready to play all right i let's hear from joe brawny when opera director francesco marin jelly moved from verona italy to oklahoma city to revive the failing oklahoma city opera house he had no idea that the man who would help him save this historical landmark would be a local baseball umpire named john hurley thomson one day when merrin jelly went to watch his nine year old son play baseball he discovered thomson and knew that this american was a natural born opera singer merrin jelly states i got to my son of baseball game first of all i'm not so much understanding the best ball why you kicking the ball why are you hitting it with the fed steak but the buyer i hear him say you're out and i think to myself this guy got the voice of maron jelly approach thompson and convinced him to go in for an audition not only thompson nail the but he got the lead in the local production of puccini's la boheme thompson whose only experienced singing before had been in the shower states it's all kind of crazy dream i never thought i would be an opera singer speak italian truth be told i have no idea what i'm saying there but the crowd seems to love it and the crowds keep coming the opera house has been sold out for six weeks straight as fans come from all over the region to experience this new local star some of compared thompson to luciano pavarotti nicknaming the little league umpire umpire rotea.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"It is mayonnaise and ketchup because we were wondering about this i did not know anybody would ever want such a monstrosity but you say you put mayonnaise and catch up on things on on what your own death certificates oh you you have not lived until you've had mayonnaise ketchup swirled together and eating fries i really feel like the seventh seal has broken out came this on the end times are upon us it may anything catch just thousand island dressing hush the french getting in the way of the branding helen stop french do mayonnaise with catchup all i mean with the french fries all the time yeah so once they know about food to the point what do they know about what are the french know about french fries i prefer mayo tired and mustered neo churches mayonnaise you know there was you know there was a guy there must have been a guy in that meeting who actually suggested that be the guy who formerly worked for heinz no i mean and like i said if you are horrified by this product coming to american shelves you only have yourself to blame because what the hines company did they sold this stuff in europe where it's popular and they put out a twitter poll and they said america do you want mayo chop and fifty five percent of people voted yes that's two elections in a row you voted for something orange engine gross bill how did kevin do on our quiz kevin did great three know kevin good luck congratulations.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Nothing but some hair oil stains in a mumbled i gotta go those those are the victims here i love that sean hannity was immediately trying to be like oh there was not a third part is nobody paid up it's like michael cohen does one thing right that's the one thing if you if he's like one of those kitchen appliances that only does one thing like if you walk into a kitchen and someone is holding a melon baler you're not going to be like what do you intend to do with that million bucks does one thing so if you're hiring michael cohen your pain off some mistress i do like that he'd like michael cohen the the melon baler of attorney that's great one big he only balls melons would you can't say for his clients it's all good all right for your last quote we are now going to go we're gonna leave politics behind were going to go to a story that is rocking the food world are you team mayo chop or should we call it something else that was heinz his twitter account the heinz fiftyseven company asking fans about their new condiment which is a mixture of what may oh what is it it's called mayo chop mayo chutney so shut apnea knee and and manning manning no mayo mayo that'd be relations come up with something even grocer what's this actually is no it's it's chuck c h u p.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"He's still concerned about the you see i mean we're in the middle of the national crisis about which this man may or may not have important information and you were mostly concerned about his difficulty using the bathroom here is your next quote i've ever attained it services i never received an invoice never paid michael cohen for legal fees that was somebody admitting on his tv show that he never was a client of trump lawyer michael cohen even though michael cohen says yeah he's a client who is it sean sean hannity obviously you're a fan i can tell so michael cohen who is of course trump's personal lawyer and fixer is as we know in some trouble because the feds rated his office and took everything hooting his files his computers and we presume the post it notes that read remember to pay off stormy so call in claimed attorney client privilege for a lot of these records but he said that it only had three clients president trump this other big gop fundraiser who also had to pay off playmate or four and a mystery client who could it be somebody who didn't want his name mentioned in court was it maybe mike pence who needed to pay off a young woman who saw him with his necktie loosened once no it was fox news is sean hannity so the question immediately arose who did sean hannity need to pay off it's horrible to think there are people who got money for sleeping with him but it's worse it's worse to think of all the people who slept with him and got nothing.
"edie" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Jesus was really great on crossfire not to mention meet the christ of course was furious about this book that was a huge surprise to comi he thought he'd hidden all the things he had said about the president in the one place trump would never find them a book trust hated by the hillary people he's hated by the trump people i mean if he's trying to stand out in some way and he was already doing that we very tall guy i think at this point the only people who like james comey the people who have something in a very high shelf the new yeah yeah and a lot of there's been also this tremendous disappointment of for example the tour began last sunday night with george stephanopoulos and apparently abc news interviewed him for five hours but all we got to see sunday night was just a super cut of komi saying take over and over again over music bed of cindy lauper is girls just wanna have fun i feel bad for him though now i'm thinking like it must be so hard for him to pee on an airplane is it your is that where your mind we're talking it's heightened now we're talking about the tape he's just it's difficult than i'm only about six feet tall run on a really small aircraft it's very difficult to fit in there i don't know what he does i don't want to think about it frankly maybe he maybe he holds it in komi is just to he you can tell he has a huge ego he's probably even too tall for a urinal.