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Answering Mail From Our Listeners

The Book Review

04:53 min | Last month

Answering Mail From Our Listeners

"To any us i to answer questions from listeners. To editors many of you are familiar with tina jordan. Who is the deputy editor of the book. Review and elizabeth egan and editor at the book. Review our group text columnist and the author of a novel of her own called a window opens. Listen tina thanks so much for being here. Hi pal hi pamela. Thanks for having us all right. Let's take our very first question. It comes from ingeborg moran and she asks i'd like to know everyone's thoughts on the kindle. Has anyone become a kindle convert during kovic. She writes to us from pittsburgh pennsylvania. Alright tina ou. I will say this is a tough one for me because one thing the pandemic has meant for all of us on the books desk is that we're reading everything. Digitally and i have zero problem with an e reader. I actually use an ipad and not a candle. If say. I'm going on vacation but for constant everyday reading i will admit it has been a real drag i liz. I don't know if you feel the same way. But i cannot wait until the day when i'm only holding real books in my hands again. Tina i agree. I was actually a very early adopter of the kindle when it was first invented and i feel that it serves a purpose and has a place in my reading life but i feel like it is way more clinical than holding a physical book. You're missing the pge feel and the smell of the book. I have two very simple tips for anyone who is looking to weed into the world of e-readers one is to experiment with the font and find one. That feels most appealing to you. There are a few fonts on my kindle that makes me feel. They remind me that. I'm reading on screen and i have a couple that are more palatable than others. Here's my other tip. When i'm reading a book. I am an underlying her and appeared full folder and interactor which is a hard thing to replicate on the kindle. Even though you can highlight. So i put a post it on the back of my kindle and take notes that way. It's not quite as rewarding as doggy ring and taking notes in the margins but it does allow you to have the same vibe. All you actually raise an important point. Which is that on e-readers. You can increase the font size and for anyone who has trouble seeing tiny print for example. No one is in that age category around here tonight thinking of in my mother. I hope she's not listening. Shoot uses an ipad down loves it. You know because she can make the print big enough so that when she's reading in bed at night she doesn't have to have her glasses. You know i'm surprised. Neither of you is brought up for me. The controversial element of the raider experience. Which is the percentages rather than pages. I i feel like for me. That that's like the fitbit it's sort of both too much information and also not the right information. You know i feel like it would. It would take me down a very bad path. If i were to rely on things like percentages because i am finisher and a complete list in general and and i i do like to check things off and somehow that percentage thing i feel like i'd just become very focused on the numbers rather than what you should be focused on when you're reading which is in the words. Does that bother other view. Know it definitely bothers me and sometimes mind will say location instead of percent and it'll say location and then a number and that is baffling to me. I don't understand it. But i have learned how to use the go-to feature on mine which allows me to skip around a book and read the end before the beginning which i will admit i m prone to do. Oh i know. Don't ask but the other thing that i find problematic about an e reader as a as a reviewer who's who's reading a ton of books and kind of waiting a ton of books at once when i look at something on an easy reader reduces my recall like i can't remember the name of the author when i have a book in my hand i have almost a savant like ability to connect the title and the author and even the color of the spine forever in my in my memory i read. It is that that have shown this to be true. This it's a disadvantage for me. Because i can't remember what i've read and i can't place it in the same way which is also can be a good thing because it gives all book sort of an equal beginning in my mind.

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How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

Here & Now

03:35 min | 2 months ago

How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

"Thanksgiving. The huge surge in Cove in 19 cases means large gatherings are out. You may know everything about your family. Hence the word familiar. But if you haven't been quarantining with them for two weeks, you don't know the most important thing. Are they carrying the Corona virus? But resident chef Cat, Egan says you can still make a festive meal. And Kathy, you've been hearing about how people are going to share this meal, even if they're not together. What if people doing Hi, Robyn. All kinds of things. Some people I spoke to said Forget it. I'm canceling the holiday. I say no To that others tell me they're going to focus on a menu that has nothing to do with the traditional foods like turkey and stuffing one friends having lobster. Another one is making dumplings. I heard about another one is doing vegetable lasagna, and then they're these very creative ways to do it. Obviously, you can zoom with loved ones everyone at their own table in a different house. It's in a different city, and then some friends told me they have family That's nearby. But they don't feel safe having them over which is exactly the right thing to do. So they're each dropping off a dish. So I make the mashed potatoes. I dropped them at your house. You make the turkey you drop it at someone else's house. You sit down to eat separately on zoom, but you're all experiencing the same food. It's that is so good. It might work. It might have been because either side of the family recipes, but because people aren't doing these large gatherings, unless you know it's a home where everybody already list together. Apparently, a lot of big turkeys are sitting on the shelves. I hope they go to food pantries. You say? Get a smaller one or used turkey parts. How? How would that work? Exactly? So smaller birds apparently are in great demand right now, Sort of 12 to £15. But I talked to of fellow food writer. Excuse me. Name Cynthia. Grab art who has written a book just about The pandemic and the holiday and she offers a recipe for a skillet. TURKEY thigh in sage mushroom gravy, where you slow cook the turkey fight in a skillet one thighs huge that would conserve to people or you can have two for four people. And honestly, you shouldn't have much of a larger crowd than that. And sage is such a perfect fall. Herb Very simple, but really a delicious way to get a tender piece of turkey without dealing with the entire bird bond will have all the best pieces here now that order, But of course, if you're not doing the full bird, you know he can't cook stuffing in it, But you could still do stuffing anywhere Stovetop take, but you have a recipe for a bread pudding. It sounds incredible tells about it. Yes. So this is ultimate comfort food. This is sort of my version of How do you do with stuffing? If you're not making the whole bird this year, This is a kale, mushroom, caramelized onion and sharp cheddar cheese, Savory bread pudding. You use all kinds of leftover bread. You dry it out in the oven for a little bit. And then you saute your favorite mushrooms. You can use kale, Swiss chard. Um It lot of sharp cheddar cheese. This is so luscious, and I really think that the you have to focus on how do I make this holiday special? If I can't follow the traditions that I'm used to, and having one special dish that will you light a candle? You put out a good, beautiful plate. Maybe it's just you. Maybe it's you and one other person, but something that signals a new tradition starting

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How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

Here & Now

03:35 min | 2 months ago

How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

"Thanksgiving. The huge surge in Cove in 19 cases means large gatherings are out. You may know everything about your family. Hence the word familiar. But if you haven't been quarantining with them for two weeks, you don't know the most important thing. Are they carrying the Corona virus? But resident chef Cat, Egan says you can still make a festive meal. And Kathy, you've been hearing about how people are going to share this meal, even if they're not together. What if people doing Hi, Robyn. All kinds of things. Some people I spoke to said Forget it. I'm canceling the holiday. I say no To that others tell me they're going to focus on a menu that has nothing to do with the traditional foods like turkey and stuffing one friends having lobster. Another one is making dumplings. I heard about another one is doing vegetable lasagna, and then they're these very creative ways to do it. Obviously, you can zoom with loved ones everyone at their own table in a different house. It's in a different city, and then some friends told me they have family That's nearby. But they don't feel safe having them over which is exactly the right thing to do. So they're each dropping off a dish. So I make the mashed potatoes. I dropped them at your house. You make the turkey you drop it at someone else's house. You sit down to eat separately on zoom, but you're all experiencing the same food. It's that is so good. It might work. It might have been because either side of the family recipes, but because people aren't doing these large gatherings, unless you know it's a home where everybody already list together. Apparently, a lot of big turkeys are sitting on the shelves. I hope they go to food pantries. You say? Get a smaller one or used turkey parts. How? How would that work? Exactly? So smaller birds apparently are in great demand right now, Sort of 12 to £15. But I talked to of fellow food writer. Excuse me. Name Cynthia. Grab art who has written a book just about The pandemic and the holiday and she offers a recipe for a skillet. TURKEY thigh in sage mushroom gravy, where you slow cook the turkey fight in a skillet one thighs huge that would conserve to people or you can have two for four people. And honestly, you shouldn't have much of a larger crowd than that. And sage is such a perfect fall. Herb Very simple, but really a delicious way to get a tender piece of turkey without dealing with the entire bird bond will have all the best pieces here now that order, But of course, if you're not doing the full bird, you know he can't cook stuffing in it, But you could still do stuffing anywhere Stovetop take, but you have a recipe for a bread pudding. It sounds incredible tells about it. Yes. So this is ultimate comfort food. This is sort of my version of How do you do with stuffing? If you're not making the whole bird this year, This is a kale, mushroom, caramelized onion and sharp cheddar cheese, Savory bread pudding. You use all kinds of leftover bread. You dry it out in the oven for a little bit. And then you saute your favorite mushrooms. You can use kale, Swiss chard. Um It lot of sharp cheddar cheese. This is so luscious, and I really think that the you have to focus on how do I make this holiday special? If I can't follow the traditions that I'm used to, and having one special dish that will you light a candle? You put out a good, beautiful plate. Maybe it's just you. Maybe it's you and one other person, but something that signals a new tradition starting

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Should we support the individual mandate?

Medicare for All

06:38 min | 3 months ago

Should we support the individual mandate?

"Today we're going to be talking about the individual mandate, which is a very wonky policy term for the the requirement that you buy health care, which was included in the Affordable Care Act Now to me like the individual mandate is one of the most bizarre and like fascinating Windows onto American politics, which one that will explain like the strangeness and bizarreness of it. But it's also like timely because of two big things like there's basically two major events happening in politics right now, right? There's Supreme Court nomination the Supreme Court could potentially be tipped way to the right and then we have this you may have heard. We have an election coming up like news news alert. There's an election coming up and the many ties into both of these things. Cuz a lot of people are wondering will this new conservative Court overturn the Affordable Care Act and it turns out the individual mandate is like at the center of that legal wage. And then there's also the issue of what happens if Democrats retake Congress and the presidency, what are they going to do? Because essentially the Mandate was eliminated off or they pulled the teeth out of it a couple of years ago when they're still Republican Congress and you know are Democrats going to reinstate it. What's going to happen either a good or a bad thing. Let's get into it. That's what I introduce Our Guest sure. So we're welcoming to the podcast today. You can camp our old friend Egan who is the health care policy Advocate at public citizen. Happy Halloween again. Hey, thanks so much for having you guys. Can we get you a better like sexier tighter than helpful? Yeah, maybe Health Care policy Champion something like an upgrade. We're going to work on that. Yeah, exactly. So my first question on this episode about the individual mandate is what the hell is a name. No, mandate and specifically how is it different from a text? Yeah. So an individual mandate at its most basic is the idea that you have to have health insurance. And if you don't have health insurance, there's some sort of penalty and so it's it's different from attacks in that. It's it's what you would end up paying if you didn't actually get health insurance. So if you have a health insurance, you know your page whatever your health insurance is, but if you don't have any health insurance, then it's whatever the taxes which is generally going to be less than the cost of your health insurance. But it means you're also not getting anything and you don't actually have health insurance coverage off. Yeah Best of Both Worlds really is being uninsured and then being fine on top of it. So a lot of people who have been, you know, following this at all, the Affordable Care Act may know that at this moment back in general the Republican party is opposed to the individual mandate considers it this tax this requirement to buy insurance is like an infringement on our personal Liberties and in general the Democratic party has wage. In favor of it saying it's you know, what makes the Affordable Care Act work. It's personal responsibility out of data, but it was not always so is the can you give us a little wage of like where did this idea come from? How long has it been kicking around for? Yeah. So an individual mandate is is sort of a conservative way of getting people health care. I mean as you know, we're on the way better care for all health care. Now, that's a much more sort of progressive guarantees access to health care for folks. Whereas just an individual mandate really the idea. There is that you want people to have health insurance and insurers are scared that if folks wait until they're sick and then just buy coverage. That means that they're only going to get the insurers are only going to make money while people are sick, which means they're actually going to have to pay out more and so they want them to be paying all those premiums ahead of time so that they're making their their their profits as they go we would hate for insurers not to make enough profit off. Yeah. Yeah, I mean that's it's something that appeals has appealed to Republicans and Democrats over the years and the health insurance industry gives pretty pretty heavy handily to them both. And so it's not it's not surprising that both parties at different times would would be in favor of it. Yeah, so we're from Massachusetts Ground Zero for ObamaCare actually, as you may know the first real life iteration of Obamacare was of course the Massachusetts Health reform, which was passed on a sort of a bipartisan basis under a republican Governor Mitt Romney who pioneered the idea under what is sort of a Democratic Leadership. If you're familiar with Massachusetts state politics, you know that it's just Democrat has used lightly hear President Bush, of course also expressed really strong support for the idea of a mandate a coupled with the marketplace. So if you think about the ACA as being the three legs two of those legs and Marketplace for health care, and then the idea of the Mandate are like major conservative ideas right there and then you know Obama, you know running for the Democratic primary to be John Edwards and Hillary Clinton. He probably thought he needed to be at least a little bit to the left of the Republican Governor, you know, Romney's Health Care policy although both Clinton and Edwards. Endorse the individual mandate in the primary. So they're apparently cool with running on the Republican policy. I guess the question is how did the Democratic solution you know, we have two of the three major candidates in the 2008 primary running on a republican Health reform. Like how did that Democratic solution become like a personal responsibility? Yeah. It's a great question and it's one that sort of speaks to some of the challenges that I think we're going to face under a potential Biden Administration the idea that if you ought to have sort of a National Health Care system that medicare-for-all that's much easier for folks to sort of get their heads around but if you have right now our system is sort of based on various fragments. There's your basic Private health care. There's Medicare for seniors. There's Medicaid for low-income folks. And so this it felt it seemed like Democrats were less afraid of sort of tinkering with it. System trying to make some way of expanding coverage. They were more afraid of sort of taking on, you know insurers and hospitals directly. And so they figured the the easiest way out was to sort of take personal responsibility option try to attack on a new private insurance system and hope that it ended up covering people as we saw there were some coverage games but the gaps in the system that made way too many people still falling through

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Coronavirus Pandemic Hits New York City's Economy Hard

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:08 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus Pandemic Hits New York City's Economy Hard

"Dot com slash NPR to learn more. Let's talk about the change happening in New York New York City was hit early. It was hit hard by the pandemic, but the situation is today so much better. The number of virus cases has dropped significantly, but as NPR's Jim Zarroli reports the economy there is still struggling. I'm standing in Hudson yards, which is a huge complex of apartment buildings and office towers and high end retail stores on Manhattan's West Side. There is a lot of excitement when this place opened almost a year and a half ago but today at least by new. York standards there aren't a lot of people here just a few tourists some dog walkers a security guard or crossing this giant windswept plaza. The buzz that you typically feel when you're walking through midtown walking through any parts of Manhattan it's just not there Dustin Jones lives nearby. He's with nyu's Shack Institute of real estate anyone that's been in New York City and spent any time here knows this doesn't feel normal New York is the nation's most densely populated big city and it was hit early and hard by the pandemic Catherine Wild of the partnership. For New York City a business group says half a million people fled many of them were well paid professionals in finance advertising and technology who could work remotely. She says, hotels stores theaters and restaurants had to close. We've got two hundred and thirty thousand small businesses that basically for the most part have been out of business since the middle of March even those that stayed open are struggling two and A. Half years ago. Kasan Davol Mar opened the Likud cafe in Brooklyn she wanted to have a kind of neighborhood hang out serving healthy. Haitian food. It's been a rough year in February I thought we were doing well, and then by March I was like we're doing worse than we've ever done by April we were closed. The cafe is open again and serving mainly takeout food but business has dropped off again lately. The, loss of so many businesses has meant hundreds of thousands of jobs have disappeared unemployment in the city hit nearly twenty percent in July. I ran into Howard begin sitting in a park in Manhattan. He's jazz musician and with all the live music venues shut down, he's living off his savings occasionally if I can find. Production type work. I. Can I can do from home I do that. But my work pretty much ground to a halt on March sixteen having Merck's since then. With so many people not working egan, it's causing real budget problems I'm on the subway the one train I take it all the time and it's often packed at this time of day today there are only about six people in this car all of them sitting very far apart from each other people have been scared to ride the subway ridership is. A quarter of what it normally is and fare revenue is way down I. Mean what you have is a public health crisis that spurred economic crisis that it's Verte fiscal cruzes. Andrew Ryan of the Citizens Budget Commission and Advocacy Group says sales and income tax revenue also down and the city faces a nine billion dollar budget deficit the next year and a half. There is some reason for optimism virus cases have dropped sharply. Museums are reopening. Restaurants are serving customers at outside tables. But tourists have mostly stayed away and Catherine wild of the Partnership for New York City says only about eight percent of office workers are back at their desks. This is a comprehensive, all encompassing problem like we've never had before and wild worries about what will happen when people do return new. York. City where people live

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USPS lost veteran’s remains for 12 days, family alleges

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

USPS lost veteran’s remains for 12 days, family alleges

"Family of a US veteran is blaming Postmaster General Lewis to joy for a painful delay. CBS's Maria Garcia explains Army that Scott Egan died last month in ST Louis. His cremated remains were supposed to be delivered to one of his sisters in Maryland within two days through the USPS. But for 12 days, Egan's family had no idea. His ashes had gone after dealing with some red tape. A postal worker drove two hours each way to finally deliver the remains. The family blames the painful snap you on Lewis to Joy's recent attempt to make postal service cuts. Maria Garcia CBS News

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Perseids, the best meteor shower of the year, peaks tonight

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Perseids, the best meteor shower of the year, peaks tonight

"You only Netflix or cable TV to see a good show tonight. All you'll need to do is Look up, KCBS reporter Melissa Colorado's explains That show is the Percy and meteor shower. And if you want to see it, find yourself a relatively dark place. You can't want to get away from city lights and just kind of sit back and periodically you'll see streaks going across the sky like shooting stars. Szabo Space in Science Center astronomer Gerald McKeon says those are Meteors left behind in a stream by the Comets with Tuttle. The earth passes through that stream every year at this time, and the Meteors that enter our atmosphere burn up, creating the streaks When it hits its peak. The person meteor shower can produce up to 60 Meteors an hour, So it's one of the most active meteor showers of the year make, Egan says the best time to see the shower is late tonight into early tomorrow morning. And that you won't want to use binoculars or a telescope because the Meteors can appear anywhere in the sky. Melissa call Ross KCBS

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Our Season Finale Starring the Founders of She Podcasts and Skyes husband Don

Inside Podcasting

04:38 min | 6 months ago

Our Season Finale Starring the Founders of She Podcasts and Skyes husband Don

"Hello and welcome to inside podcasting the show in which creators discussed their craft. I'm your host. Sky. Pillsbury. This is a post show episode, but we're doing things just a little differently today I all chat with Elsie Escobar and Jessica Kupperman about last week's interview with sixteen nineteen producers, a Diese Egan and Anti Brown Jessica and Elsie our the founders of she podcasts a community that helps women and non binary podcasters through every step of their podcast journey. The pair met online years ago and joined forces to create a free facebook group that now has over seventeen thousand members. Jessica Elsie also hosts a really fun podcast called she podcasts in which they talk about all things podcasts, and they are the founders of she podcast live an in person conference I attended their inaugural event last year and it was wonderful. Their next event is scheduled for next. October. that's October of twenty twenty. One For the second half of our show due to popular demand I am bringing back my husband. We will take a look back at the season. I hope you enjoy today's conversations and I'll be back at the end to wrap things up. I am thrilled today to have with me, Elsie Escobar and Jessica Cup for men who are the founders of she podcasts. They are also the women I consider to be my podcast Mama's. Even. Though I am almost one hundred percent sure that I'm over than them both. So with that welcome Jessica and Elsie, I'm so happy to have you here. Think. You yes. All right guys you are my guest hosts and I'm your subject and I'm ready for you go. Just you have the questions I will chip in. Okay. There are so many shows and episodes right now in podcasting about race and racial relations. So why did sixteen nineteen speak to you specifically? Honestly it made me feel angry that I had not Known so much of what was talked about in this podcast. Hadn't learned any of it in school and I went to a very good public school and yet I felt like everything I was hearing felt new to me obviously I knew basic facts about Abraham Lincoln and the civil war and things like that. But I did not understand any of the nuance and I certainly did not understand how happened what felt like so long ago right it did sorta feel to me like ancient history did not understand how connected it was to our current world. For example, healthcare I had no idea that I mean our healthcare's. Louis it was mind blowing like the fact that we have the worst healthcare system of any developed nation and the fact that that can be traced. So clearly back to the fact that we did not want to allow black enslaved people or even black UNIN slaved people to have equal healthcare. You know the fact that we can trace that back is. Rushing and tragic, and it's tragic for all of us you know and those kinds of realizations just felt so jarring and I had a real emotional reaction to listening to the podcast both because I just felt so much more empathetic to people who are living the black experience in the US but also it was also emotional because I felt cheated of that knowledge and so the reason why I wanted to talk to the people and I still feel so incredibly fortunate that I was able to get them on the show and bring shine. Any kind of light on that for other people was incredibly rewarding and that's why I wanted to have him on on the show they. It's funny. I've thought about this like they talk in the episode about how they want to lift up Nicole's work and I felt that in talking to them, I was hoping to lift up their work and Nicole's work. You know sort of getting even more Meta here but just wanting people to recognize and see this podcast and maybe have the same kind of transformative experience listening to it that I did.

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Moderna announces positive Phase 1 trial data for coronavirus vaccine

Midday News

01:09 min | 8 months ago

Moderna announces positive Phase 1 trial data for coronavirus vaccine

"It's a banner day on Wall Street the traders are welcoming the news from maternal therapeutics that it's having preliminary success with this coronavirus vaccine prosody developments in the push for the coronavirus vaccine that is sending the stock higher CBS news business analyst Jill slash U. S. stocks jumped by about three percent across the board as reports emerge about positive data on an early stage coronavirus vaccine trial the news was a welcome relief for investors who were licking their wounds last week the nasdaq and the S. and P. five hundred fell one to two percent the Dow finished down two point six percent its third negative we can for and its worst week since April third now the Dennis is eight people produced antibodies after getting its test a vaccine CBS news medical contributor Dr David Egan says there were countless questions though about the effectiveness of different by agent if you're thirty years old you probably will need one or two that scene you may need a lot more if you're elderly or very young because those immune systems aren't as mature don't respond as well to vaccines but during this is phase two trials will be getting underway to phase three with thousands of subjects could start they say in July they're moving

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Vaccine Rates Drop Dangerously as Parents Avoid Doctor’s Visits

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Vaccine Rates Drop Dangerously as Parents Avoid Doctor’s Visits

"Away some parents are skipping vaccinations for their children amid concerns about the corona virus CBS's Dana back as Kimberly dolls eight month old son Egan is due for vaccinations the pediatrician pushed back his March appointment because of the pandemic but now she's nervous about rescheduling it's just not top priority for us in Sylva number start going down like yes I worry but at the same time I also worry about the virus to and she's not alone the centers for disease control and prevention finds childhood vaccinations have plunged since the corona virus begins spreading in the U.

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Inside the Mind of a Thot Leader with Dean Eigenmann

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:59 min | 10 months ago

Inside the Mind of a Thot Leader with Dean Eigenmann

"HAVE DEAN. Egan men on the show. In so dean. Can you just give us a quick introduction just insights quickly to like who you are just a little bit on your background before we jump into? Kinda working and he does. I'm I'm twenty one year old developer. I've been developing since the age of like twelve. I've been working professionally. Since the age of fifteen I started out in ecommerce discovered bitcoin on read it and kind of fell into theory him there and then in. I think around two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen Mac guy on read on the theory Through an argument and start working on smart contracts security with him and kind of started properly diving into this faced that argument so you are arguing on read it and decided to tell us about that argument. It was about a smart contract I wrote. He was convinced it wasn't secure. I was convinced it was secure. And that kind of devolved into an argument and then we started talking on on email Kind of became friends through that and then he was like okay. You seem like you know what you're doing. I'm looking for people to help me scale as HE K. Labs and then. I joined him doing that while I was still working at the e Commerce Place. I was working at so I was doing those two things for like a year or so side by side and then I also join the INS team additionally. I was doing three things side-by-side up until I left the job at e commerce and then focused on Zika Kay labs and also so now that you are working more directly into the space What is your kind of like core function from day to day? Now that you're you know programming specifically in Diem space. What are you working right now at status? I do protocol research. I don't do that much. Voting their code. I right there is mainly proof of concept stuff and then at then I in my free time I work on switches to Pineau client. I work on a night. Try to like touch as many things as I possibly planned to try and learn as much as I can. What would you say has been one of the most difficult parts of implementing a for each two point zero as citizens? Because there's a lot of implementations that are doing this so how are you going about this as opposed to say like the lone star team or the Dude Zada a chain safe etc? What's what's your what's your process here. Is it just you or you know? Kind of what's just I mean it's me right mainly fun. I have a lot of Eric. Kufr powers by chain safe so changed safe is probably going to help out on a bit more One of the one of the hardest things was Working with the suspect which kept on changing. Now that that's frozen that's been simplified so not that much random re factoring anymore. Spec challenges One of the input definitely be hard at networking stuff. 'cause the PCP doesn't exist in swift. So I need to figure out how to do all of that stuff but right now I have a different plan on how to get you running that. I don't fully implement the beacon chain itself. Yeah so what I'm going to be doing is using lodestar nodes for the beaten chain and then writing validate or clients so that you can validate using iphones. 'cause you don't need the full beacon chain implementation to create about. Inter client on the validation Is actually quite simple. What would cause you? You've been a pretty vocal proponent about the the SPEC for each two point Oh in general and a lot of aspects of upcoming changes during him Kind of the current plan procedure in in a SPEC for to point out what what sort of I guess what elements of it are still make you feel uneasy or unsure or or the they might not be best when it comes to import that into practice. Well first of all respect. I'm still convinced isn't really a SPEC. It's a python implementation. I still convinced that we need to have a proper SPEC because any developer. Who looks at that? Spec won't understand what well they'll know what the be contained does but no one really knows why and I think that's. That's the main question the spectacles to answer and east to nose back right now doesn't do a very good job at that. I've been arguing with like Danny Ryan and just drake about getting them to write. What I see is a proper SPEC and then there's things like that the process of deploying that I'm not comfortable with like a phase zero being launched I think that's a bad idea The fact that the contract for two point. Oh isn't a two way thing? It's a one way thing like your ass gets locked. You can never unlock it anymore. just things like that. Make me a little

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Everything We Learned from Mark Cerny’s PlayStation 5 Deep Dive

Beyond!

07:56 min | 11 months ago

Everything We Learned from Mark Cerny’s PlayStation 5 Deep Dive

"Cerny held a fifty ish minute discussion about the tech behind the PS five. There were no games. Shown they did not show the box or the controller or released price. Any of the biggest stuff that we're waiting for but we did see a couple of major things including some of the tech behind quickly. Go through some of that even though it's a lot of numbers I don't quite fully understand but we have a lot of resources on June to help you understand it So they confirmed that be. Gps AMD RADIAN OUR DNA to based graphics engine are retracing acceleration and it has variable frequency up to two point twenty three Gigahertz With ten point three teraflops and we'll get to the big tariff op discussion and a little bit It has GD are six sixteen bytes memory four hundred forty gigabytes of bandwidth per second A solid state drive with eight hundred twenty five gigabytes and five point five gigabytes per second read bandwidth raw It will support. Ps Five Game. Discs that are ultra hd blu-ray up to one hundred gigabyte disks and the audio and it will be the tempest three d audio tech so there was a lot in addition to all of those terminologies and discussion of some of the parts. That are being involved in that fifty minute talk and I think we'll break down the biggest points but what was everyone's overall impression of this discussion. I guess I'll start because this is weird and we can't really judge who's GonNa talk fast. I came home with like I thought that it was Off this is great I thought that it was a I mean. It was very very dry presentation from Sony and I think that that was to be expected considering it was already like it was always going to be at GDP star. It was a very like I tweeted out. It was a very cut and dry. Gdp presentation it was very much flow develop. His it was for It was kind of like A. Here's how easy it is to develop. Organised system is how easy. It's going to be to develop on this. That was the one the major message from a consumer side. I thought that the history stuff like even though we already knew a lot about the say well we knew that it was going to heaven as saying that you know as a capable of that really excited me the basically the facts that they said that they had to like in some games he can to slow it down because it's actually too fast is amazing. I'm also really interested in what your side of things the Three d audio. I love the idea that it can be so impressive that it sounds like it's coming from the real world Those I noticed that he really broadly he went into really specific. Ticks off but for for my mind as a consumer and not not in video game developer. Those are the things that stood out. Yeah I'm with you on that. I think it was interesting. That like we. We've been saying teraflops. Oh year and Mark Cerny made it sound like that's not really the best way to compare power Just putting teraflops against each other Ps five loses to xbox series Ex It has lasted them. But it's making up for it in other departments. I think it's like we're also seeing specs from both sides would which is essentially what they would look like overclock Specifically like the five. It's like this is how this will operate at Max capacity and I don't know how often that's actually going to be used the three audio things really interesting 'cause aid. They mentioned something about sort of like digging into it. It was like the capability of sending photos of your ears to Sony so they can get a better understanding of how exactly to cater sound specifically to them and it reminded me of a couple years ago at IGA and we had to get. I have B.'s. fitted and this woman came in and filled our ears with wax and like a hose and basically created this thing that fits perfectly inside of our ear so that went out cruisers yelling at us on a real show if we ever have a video game convention again or anything like that like the good old days Will be able I. It will fit perfectly. It won't be falling out. I've I've done live shows much where this thing's falling out of my ear like the idea of having a custom custom audio and accustom headphone or something like that can interface properly with the PS. Five outside of the customization of controller your hardware. Nothing like that is really interesting. It's the kind of stuff that I don't ever think about when I think about the next generational leaps. It's something that far smarter. People have to come up with his. Mo is just like Games Graphics Loading Times frame rate and for something like this. It's like Oh this is very clearly a next step. This is something new. This is something interesting. And it's it's it's really awesome and it's funny. You say just right there I wanna point out and then Max will get to you He you said you know when I think about the next year and I think games graphics and we don't normally say games graphics sound even though sound can be important in sound at least on the seventy five things in the specially insurnace talk one of the things. He's most interested in. Is I think elevating sound the discussion around sound in games to the level. We talk about visuals and whether or not that happens. Of course we'll see where it goes but Max. How did you feel about talk over all before we Dick Downs? Don't any kind of screwed up by not properly framing this as the GD talk they were going to have for game developers people to chat or credit back going. I think obviously this is not for us. This is not for presses now for consumers this is not for fans this is. This is something that was made for people specifically who make video games and know how they're made in how you utilize technology to bring your dreams to life and whatnot I think it's really surprising that they didn't they didn't try to sort of like. Just disclose that sooner you know because it most people don't know what GDP is they're just like. Hey here's that big playstation five reveal. You've been waiting for. I was Kinda shocked that we didn't get like they didn't have any anything that had a little sizzle to it like. We didn't have like a big. You know like even just a cool motion graphic of like. Hey here's the new controller. Here's what the box looks like right now all we have is the logo reveal from from CBS and then a whole bunch of stuff from our external who was awesome like brilliant and we should listen to him obviously but like from a marketing standpoint? This feels like pretty much like putting the cart before the horse and it felt like something. Kinda slip through the cracks. You know yeah the the timing on all of it is bizarre because we are. We are starving for news on this thing and this is not exactly what the mass market in general populace has looking for. It made me think about like how like ghost ghostbusters. Like the Egon movie. You know it's like thanks to starve of ghostbusters. Like Egan's awesome. He's integral you need him there. But if he was talking for eighty percent of the film people wouldn't remember it as fondly it. This is like we want. We want all we have is like the dumbest thing in the world. Which is the logo and the smartest thing in the world? Which has this presentation and I need something in the middle. That sort of just like this is how this applies like in English on. You know like this is the part where the you're holding the controller this is. This is what the box looks like. We've seen so much from the series x already. And we're still really in the dark with a lot of stuff on playstation. I agree I think that they should have been a consumer-friendly bridge between the logo. Reveal end in a deep dive on the specs like I am pleased we got the deep diving was fix. I'm pleased that we were invited to be part of that. Jd Talk that we probably wouldn't have seen otherwise would have sought out on the volt but yeah they're definitely needed to be a bridge. Because I think that the the wording around this was clear enough consumers. A lot of people did think that they were gonNA get a big. Ps Five reveal. And that's not what

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"egan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"egan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Egan's can extend seventy news radio we'll update you on the latest concerning figures on the coronavirus more on that story just ahead but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five it's two twenty five time to check in with Lisa golf usually talking about running a break in Burbank this is on the one thirty four eastbound past past Avenue now there's several cars and be great they got into it they are the first two cars and the semis were involved in this sounds like this crash grew when other cars had to swerve around the rack there's a lot of debris also in lanes of the big rig is blocking the right lane and they've got one car facing the wrong way on the right shoulder into car stalled out in the carpool lane there's not a lot of slowing as you approach this crash but I do see a pocket of congestion on the one thirty four eastbound from the one seventy two Lankershim there is a lot of slowing it out water village to ten north or skews me to northbound alpha five it's a three car crash there blocking middle lane C. H. B. was holding back all lanes to run a break to get this crash off the freeway you're so for about a half mile or so as you approach this crash also if you're on the transition road from the five north bound to the two south bound that is slow as well hedge into downtown LA one of one southbound you've got brake lights now from Glendale Boulevard to the one ten and your slow your ride is going to be slow through downtown LA this is on the one ten north bound before the wanna one you're going to be tapping the brakes from about six street and then on the southbound side the one ten you're going to have reduced speeds for about a half mile or so starting before stadium way your next report two thirty five I'm Lisa Goff with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio hits fifty degrees and chats worth at the LA Civic Center it's fifty two degrees at two twenty seven of the New York City police.

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Vic Syracuse  Homebuilt Aircraft Council Chairman on His Building History

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

08:31 min | 11 months ago

Vic Syracuse Homebuilt Aircraft Council Chairman on His Building History

"So how'd you How did you first get involved with With ea where you involve with a chapter when you were younger where that come from. No I if I think back to my first touch on was I. I started building an RV for that was something I always wanted to do. Since I was a kid and I saw. I probably a teeny two or something. On the cover of a mechanics illustrated you can build bigger airplanes. And so I think it was twenty five. I started building rb. Four and Went and visited the local chapter. It was quite a bit different back then. Quite honestly it wasn't quite as welcoming to youth. It was more of an older gentleman's club and they seem to want to sit around and talk more than they did want to build and I wanted to build so one or two visits. I just stayed at home and spent that time building as opposed to a bill chapters. And I I'm at Air Venture was One Thousand Nine hundred ninety one when I came here after I'd already started building. The RB foreign got my first ride with Dick Van. Brunson in the four wow. That's that's a great interaction. What was it led you to the RV to begin with the first of many RV's actually you'll get a kick out of this so like every person trying to build their first airplane. You're on a budget and trying to figure things out and so I'm trying to look at some of the cheaper. Airplanes were to build and The one that was out there at the time I think was a monet model and I realized I didn't have welding skills so next thing I know we're sitting at the dinner table. One night and private pilot magazine came and there was an RV. Four on the cover doing a loop. And I made a comment at dinner to my wife that I really liked to build an airplane someday and her words were well. It'd be nice if you quit talking about it. So that's all I needed to hear. Order was in the mail the next day I love that woman to. That's that is terrific just out of curiosity the RV for you. GotTa ride in from from Dick. Was that the prototype. Yes it's the one in the museum right now. Yes that was the first survey you've ever had a ride and was the one that sets the display so you do have to point out how old I am music. There's a lot of airplanes are now in in thanks. I'm well Oh my goodness so How long did it take you to build that first? Rv for? And what was that experience? Like so I kind of didn't know what I was doing. I'd been building. He's gets for a good part of my life. You start on page one page ten. You've got something and Building like radios teams up to color. Tv's okay did you ever built the weather station the beneath get weather station. I didn't do that. Dad and I did that together. Only father something projects like that hands on that we did. That was a lot of fun. Yeah I missiles heath kit days me to have my silla scope and once in a while but that's just when you look like a bond villain or something so Well BACK TO VIG. You asked me about trying to remember the question. Sorry the question is what was the how long it took out the RV here. I am this twenty five year old kid and again it was an old guys club and I I've always been one. Once you start you keep going and you get it done and So I kept calling pestering fan. Hey Winston xe kit coming so I started out as serial number. Two thirty nine ended up being the twelfth. One finished vowed I think it was about twenty two months later. Twenty four months later maybe was the first RV for Sun and fun and the first one east of the Mississippi rivers a lot of fun. What do you remember about that? First Flight? The first airplane you built. It was reminds me of here a little bit in that. It was on a New Year's Eve in Cleveland. Ohio and it was minus ten degrees. So we all know what kind of performance you are visa but when you're in an RV four with only. I think I had ten gallons of fuel in it and it was minus ten. You can imagine how that thing Klein about ten thousand minutes. You're not supposed to need oxygen during phase one remember very hilarious so we have a VHS tape. Tom You probably look that up in the library but as a kid okay. So it's funny here. It is it's minus ten degrees outside and I land in the family's all around and I'm I'm I'm on cloud nine. I'm so excited and everything and in video you can see everybody else. Kind of standing around freezing for my wife finding says getting we go inside Your Square John. Ten feet tall Having just mastered this role as test pilot. What did you fly to get ready to to get comfortable in the RV farm you had the right and the other RV but did you. Was there. Another airplane you flew to get deal skills Sharp and all that sort of thing was a lot of ratings at that time including I was doing a tail wheel instruction outer let As a good practice there was a friend on the field and he had a decathlon so that very morning I went up I with him and did three takeoff and landings just to make cert- draining back then right which is something. We're trying to change quite a bit today and no transition team and NO SECOND PILOT ADDITIONAL PILOT PROGRAM. No Load No. Ea Flight Test Manual. But but they had electricity and things. Tom I mean it wasn't it wasn't that long ago is our guest. Okay civic after the after the four. What did you go onto to build? So when I had the four for probably I think three years or so and Basically had a four place family so it got to be not a whole lot of fun having this to place airplane and about that time. Prescott pusher came into being and they came to us with a lot of splash and unfortunately I got caught up in that real splash and again I was the first one to actually finish the Prescott pusher and did manage to fly. Here Dash Gosh The first year we finished it but You know a number. A number of other people behind me Came to demise in that aircraft it was not represented very well and so we realized at that time the best thing to do for four place airplane was probably a rant or have partners and So built another place airplane Kit Fox and Most of the time you're flying by yourself anyway or with one other family member and then we We had partners in one. Eighty two. And then bonanza so that filled the four-place niece for awhile until I was could convince Dick van grunts into doing RV ten which took about ten to twelve years and so you're saying that That the RV ten exists is to shut you up. We'll tell you this alone. I came to air venture. I think it was nineteen ninety-six. After pestering van every year for however many years my wife and I were probably twenty feet from his booth and he sees us coming up and he points right at us and says all right. I'm going to do one. Excellent and you also I mean obviously in addition to the aircraft. A you've built you've you've test flown. Many aircraft done pre buys them in the aircraft also. Da are as well does this represent a free FAA signing off aircraft But one in particular that of that we all have some connection with is the one week wonder the RV twelve iso we built an adventure In in two thousand eighteen. You did the first flight on that I did. That was fun so I'm always have an emotional connection to that aircraft. Matter of fact at lunch I was just explaining that to a couple of your new hires. Here go take me take advantage of flying club you have here and then rb twelve with special. I was just flying in on Sunday. Good for you good for you. John Egan and I you're part of the the West Coast tour of the aircraft couple months ago so we got the flight from From Phoenix All the way back to Oshkosh need. That's right you picked up. After David and Serena dropped it off so that was that was terrific thing getting that airplane out there and show you off two chapters and that was literally the Monday after adventure right. It was correct. It was done on Sunday. Flown on Monday. Yes yes and now we flew Monday. Evening is a postcard

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Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

Celeb News Ride Home

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

"Some updates about the Jamila meal thing. Apparently she's been deming with the writer. Who came up with the Munchhausen's conspiracy theory? Her name is Tracy Eakin Morrissey by the way tracy about it on her instagram stories. Saying quote she was damning me for seven hours last night long. After I stopped responding I never reached out to her. She reached out to me. Who's Zoom in who? She also revealed that she's going to release stimulus dams in a patriotic. Only podcast episode. Today Oh my God. This whole thing is wild why is Jamilla deeming this person why is Jamilla getting involved in this at all like she could have said nothing? And then none of this would have gotten picked up. And we wouldn't even know about it also just a sidebar if you of you also deemed me to tell me that none of Jamila Jim Meals. Good Place. Cast members follow her on twitter or instagram and to make things even juicier her classmate. Darcy Carton does not follow Jamila but does follow tracey. Morrison the founder of this Jamila Djamil conspiracy theory. I mean that that he scalding to be honest with you like my hands are burnt from getting all this tease deliver it all. Oh my God. It's too much it's too much

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"egan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"egan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The game for the last call in addition to some hits throughout the game and looks at in some ways put in a tough spot these are tough games coming up here Egan some really good opponents but he's been very good when called upon and he'll need to be good again tonight against a a depleted Columbus team who is finding ways to win she they are finding ways to win it'll be interesting to see how the blue jackets react to the loss of self Jones he's a huge part of their team does so much it's similar to Victor had been and what he does for Tampa Bay so we'll see while the injuries they've come through how the Columbus says but for the lightning to be able to withstand they haven't really had to go through this all year I think this is the first time all year if memory serves me correct we're gonna talk about three like you players out of the lineup due to injury buffer Luke sand it's an opportunity for him to get some playing time you know he's a veteran he was brought in three Kevin Shattenkirk member checker for signed late in the summer so he thought he was coming in with an opportunity to get some regular playing time our hasn't happened for him now it's an opportunity for him to show that he's able to handle it and get up to speed as quick as possible because this is a tough Columbus day how does the game change tonight with Stamkos being out well that's get a huge blow to especially the waist and planted both him and he could drop writing ten game winning streaks are pop pointstreaks those two along with trade point that's off line it's been fantastic I was a teen was got on a roll here the last little while you take them off the power plays a key faceoff guy especially on the road it's a huge loss hopefully it's short term loss I know he hasn't yet been ruled out for tomorrow night's game of Pittsburgh but for one game will have to withstand it and you know they did earlier in the season when he missed a couple of games I think it was back in November he sat out those two periods against Chicago than this next couple so I'll hopefully it's just a short term situation big goal by Carter for Haiti in the last game against the islanders that's something I'm sure management and coaching staff are going to look at here the next couple weeks before the trade deadline what type of production offensively can you get from your bottom six well it's not just the offense of production the just all around production and how can you play any other question I have to ask is it now by the because they that line has been playing very well of late even though they haven't been getting the production outside of rabies goal the other night David play well there's been spending a lot of time in the other teams and that's what you look for can you wear teams down how you help your team I guess the question you have to ask yourself if you're Julian freeze water front office staff between now and two weeks from today when the trade deadline comes apart is are you comfortable with the lack of experience on that fourth line with two rookies and Yanni corks do do you feel that's the way you want to go into the postseason are you know without light so I guess that's a big question have to ask and I don't even know if production going off would even answer that question to the point where it would make your decisions for you what type of game AT think we're gonna see tonight obviously that uses are gonna be flowing but is revenge on the minds of the leading players it just feels like a lot of time his lap since the last time these two teams of that well we're closing on the calendar year and what we ten months from the last time these two teams met and certainly bitter sweet and need to last season anger came out for sure we Sir certainly saw a lot of that but I I mean the big thing for me is you can't win game five tonight the series is over you and moved on Columbus is a much different looking to just look at that the players you're gonna be a lot of for Columbus sure half of them were even involved in that series last year and so the lightning have made some changes as well you know so I don't I don't think revenge should be on Tampa bay's mine I think that they should need to approach this is game number fifty six game number fifty seven whatever happens to be and go out and play the way that they have been playing the last little while I'm in the game on Saturday against the islanders a little similar to the way Columbus plays and certainly with Murs we can that I he's been a big factor for Columbus's run of success here but so was their defense of their overall defensive play that's the strength of this team with the lack of star power that they have with the movements they have over the summer and the fact of the injuries that have a found ways to win by playing really good defense so I think that's what you have to be prepared to play after thing one of the better coaching jobs by John Tortorella absolutely you know everybody thought that this team was going to be down at the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings and you know when you lose a Brodsky when you lose a pen there and and you know you're you're relying on two rookie goaltender is you don't know what you're going to get and to have this team I mean besides a light.

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Hailie Deegan Sets The Pace At Daytona

America's Truckin' Network

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Hailie Deegan Sets The Pace At Daytona

"The recent report America's trucking network Haley Degan was fastest and two sixty minute arca practice sessions Friday at Daytona international speedway Egan who will make her debut with the D. G. R. Crosley and for performance in Saturday's Lucas oil two hundred opener clocked the lap of one hundred and eighty three point five seven two miles an hour around the two point five mile superspeedway through dollar was second quick followed by Tanner gray and the arca practice there are two practice sessions set for Saturday at Daytona for the Cup series cars at one thirty PM and three PM eastern time Sunday Daytona qualifying starts at twelve thirty PM the bush clash at three

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Councilmember proclaims innocence ahead of expected charges

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Councilmember proclaims innocence ahead of expected charges

"A Philadelphia city council member has made the unusual move of announcing in advance he expects to be charged by federal authorities he would you city hall bureau chief Pat load has more councilman Kenyatta Johnson released a statement saying he's the victim of overzealous federal prosecutors his attorney Patrick Egan says reports of impending charges prompted him the councilman to be proactive in proclaiming Johnson's innocence we wanted to make a very clear and rapid response that my client is not guilty that he will continue to fight for the citizens of Philadelphia and fight this case and we believe the public will realize that these charges are wrong prosecutors are expected to allege that Johnson's wife don chivo got business from a charter school company in exchange for a zoning change Johnson sponsored Egan called it insulting to a search of who had not earned her clients because of her expertise in the field of charter schools and school choice center well known reputation in the state for those matters and entirely separate and apart from his position dance with the come the second member of the city council to be under indictment joining Bobby Heenan who is charged in the electricians union

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Iran vows revenge for US attack that killed powerful general

BBC World Service

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Iran vows revenge for US attack that killed powerful general

"Egan the main news this out the funeral for the Iranian minute tree come on the customs of the money will take place shortly in the Iraqi capital Baghdad it's coming up to five twenty GMT and there's been a strong reaction in Iran to the killing of the Iranian general Iran's ambassador to the United Nations Majeed attacked Reverend she strongly condemned the action in a letter to the U. N. security council saying the attack was an obvious example of state terrorism and the criminal act adding this Iran would enact a harsh revenge Iranian state TV has shown large crowds morning general so the money but does this translate into support for military conflict against the US our correspondent Mike Thompson because of you of one Iranian citizen he's been speaking to Ali a resident in Tehran who didn't want his full name revealed under straight into taxis are in South Bay or on the body work shops people all talking about it and they're all asking the same question what he's going to be the response of Iraq from what I have well most of them are waiting to see a harsh in the heart response from the wrong but at the same time they are worried that what that is going to do economy but many people that don't a long flight of the Islamic Republic and the spread of the Lucien on working on all it takes many of them are common in the grief and anger because white era so you're saying then that even people who've been opposed to the government perhaps being part of a protest they need to you're saying to pull what's happened to Mr Saudi money and and maybe support some sort of military action is that what you say yeah yeah that's exactly what I'm saying and let me rephrase that what Donald Trump your non every hearing in again every hearing in little maybe ten last night holding the ring government looking for somebody to do something about it right now is opposing Donald J. trump on whatever he's doing many people are very very high read and they want something to be done bill off that kind of makes situation you can do something about the whole on but yes one is about the you want something done you said earlier that you're worried about the possibility of war do you think it might come to that is that what people are faring surely yeah I believe no such thing is on the house I believe that on both sides our wide search you pull all their harsh I'm worried because there are on life people as he saw this warning that might take action that I we don't know what's gonna happen next I don't know how early a resident in Tehran speaking to our correspondent Mike

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"egan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"egan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today in true crime is supported by. I better help online. Counseling people often portray their happiest self to others. Whether it's at work or on social media we often make it appear that we we have everything figured out but a lot of times. We don't I know that I don't and if you're like me it's not always easy to ask for help and find counseling. This is where better help can help you. Better help offers. Licensed counselors who specialize in a variety of issues including depression and anxiety as well all is trauma anger family relationships and so many others and if finding a counselor that lives close to you has been an issue. Better help allows you to connect privately avidly with your counselor through text chat phone and video calls. You can get help at your own pace and on your own time and best of all you can get get help. At an affordable rate today in true crime listeners will get ten percent off their first month with Discount Code today in true crime. That's better better help dot com slash today in true crime. Why not get help better help dot com slash today in true crime now back to the story on December thirty first nineteen sixty four? Peter Peter Egan his wife Barbara Dan and his brother Gerald were gunned down at a rest stop. North of New York's Jefferson County. The three rebe family members were known thieves in the community and reportedly had met their end for burgling. The wrong person. The violent holiday holiday killing had a profound effect on watertown and the rest of Jefferson County. The grisly crime scene details made their way through the community sparking fears that anyone might be next bill and beverly j the couple who had found the body. Were convinced that the killers might come after for them. Since they'd contacted the police. The reality was just the opposite in the coming months. It became clear earlier. The Egan's had been more prolific criminals than anyone had thought burglaries in watertown. Dropped from around four hundred in nineteen sixty sixty four. To one hundred seventy five the next year the watertown times described the seismic shift in its editorial column. It is regrettable that it took a triple slaying to bring a solution to the numerous burglaries that had puzzled the authorities for months. The victims and the murder mystery had long been under surveillance by the police and county authorities but they worked cleverly and shrewdly in carrying being out there criminal activities one beneficial result of the Egan murders is the abrupt end to the numerous burglaries. which have been a thorn in the side of the authorities for months? The Egan's had become expert in carrying out their program successfully until they came up against against the wrong person or persons suspected by the authorities of being identified with small time rackets Jefferson County. Investigators were convinced that these wrong persons were three of the Egan's criminal associates Joseph Leone and Willard and Bertha Belcher but despite rampant rumors that they were responsible. Solid evidence against the trio was relatively slim based on the trio's histories. The New York State Police acquired a warrant to bug the Belcher home hoping to overhear a damning confession Russian. They spent countless man hours listening to conversations between Bertha Belcher and her elderly clientele. Meanwhile other officers Sir staked out cells in the county jail in the hopes of overhearing. More Room I that might implicate Leone and the beltre's the trio were. We're finally arrested. In March of nineteen sixty eight over three years after the Egan murders were committed ultimately the state determined determined that it only had enough evidence to bring a case against Leone proceedings finally began on January Fifth Nineteen in seventy Joseph. Leone was now thirty eight years old if convicted he faced the death penalty the prosecution's star. Dr Witness was James Pickett yet another criminal associate of the Egan's who claimed to have knowledge of the final hours of the family members members lives according to pick it. Joseph Leone told Peter Egan that he knew about a truck that would be carrying sixteen thousand in dollars worth of liquor up interstate. Eighty one on New Year's Eve they would hold up and commandeer the truck drive away with the liquor and split split the money between them. Of course there was no truck on New Year's Eve. The Egan's drove Joe Leone and Willard Belcher out to the rest. Stop where the heist was supposed to take place Leone and Belcher shop. The two Egan brothers from behind then chased raced Barbara Egan from the car so they could hold her down and shoot her as well. But while James Pickets account had convinced the state police the jury was another matter the recordings from bugging the belches home were not admitted into evidence and the defense argued that without physical physical evidence to link Leone. The Crime Scene The state's case rested entirely on rumors and the word of picket a criminal. Oh who would've told police whatever. They wanted to hear in exchange for special treatment whether or not they needed it. The defense appears appears to have received some outside help on the final evening of the trial. Four jury members received anonymous phone calls stating if Joe Joe Leone is found guilty. You are dead the next day. The jury deliberated for just under two hours. Before before delivering a verdict of not guilty on all three counts of murder. Joe Leone walked free in nineteen eighty five. The New York State Police stated that despite Leon's acquittal the Egan family murders were consider third solved. Thanks for listening today and true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson for more information on the murders of Peter Barbara and Gerald Egan amongst the many sources we used we found the Jefferson County. Egan murders nightmare on New Year's Eve. Nineteen sixty four by Dave Champagne in Daniel t boyer extremely helpful to our research today in true crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only to spotify they already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favourite parkhouse originals like today and true crime for free it from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and add twitter at podcast network. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime Today in true. True crime was created by Max. Cutler is a production of cutler media. And is part of the podcast network it is produced by Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Andy Weights with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Travis Clark. This episode of today True Crime was written by Andrew Kelleher with writing writing assistance by Maggie admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson..

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"egan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"egan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today is Tuesday December thirty first two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen sixty four for twenty seven year old. Peter Egan his twenty four year. Old Wife Barbara Egan and his nineteen year old brother. Gerald Egan were murdered ordered at a rest stop. Each family member was shot twice in the head in what was described by investigators as a gangland revenge killing killing welcome to today and true crime. A podcast original due to the the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised extreme. Caution is advised for listeners. Under thirteen today were covering the Jefferson County murders of Peter Barbara and Gerald Egan a family of frequent burglars criminals operating in Watertown New York. It began along route. Eighty one in the twilight hours of New Year's Eve nineteen sixty four. It was a clear cold winter evening in northern New York without so much as a hint of snowfall bill and beverly j were traveling along route. Eighty one on their way to a New Year's party in Norwood around nine PM. Bill decided did he could not wait to use the restroom at their final destination and pulled off the highway to arrest area as he hurried across the parking working wad bills is fell on a blue nineteen fifty five mercury station wagon the only other vehicle in the parking lot. He could just make out the shape of someone lying motionless in the snow beside the back door moving closer. He found a young woman in her twenties twenties with blood pooling from her head. A faint high pitched barking snap fills attention from the body to the station in wagon moving closer to peer through the fogged windows. Bill spotted the tiny Pekinese hopping around in the back seat. It's long long. Hair matted with dark blood. Two male figures sat in the front seats their heads slumped and motionless unless across Jefferson County. New Year's parties were interrupted as state troopers put down their holiday punch to race to the crime scene. Lieutenant Thomas E. Nolte quickly arrived the rest stop to manage proceedings opening the door to the car. Dr He found that the older of the male victims were wooden prosthetic in place of his left leg. The other was barely more than a teenager. Are there would be no need to bring in witnesses to identify the bodies Lieutenant Nolte and the other officers knew them onsite. The woman lying lifeless in the snow was twenty four year old Barbara and Egan the owner of the Pekinese who was named Queenie. The amputee was her twenty seven year. Old husband Peter Egan and the driver was Peters nineteen year old brother Gerald all three had a long history of arrests in watertown and were known to police as petty thieves and criminals as Dr William Hall of Jefferson County. Coroner's office arrived to examine the bodies. A clear picture of the murders began to take shape. Each of the Egan's had been shot twice in the head. Barbara had scratches on her wrists and arms. She had tried to run from the vehicle and had been wrestled to the ground before being executed based on the bullet holes in the car's windshield. It appeared that Peter and Gerald had had been shot from behind and apparently taken by surprise there killer or more likely killers based on the variety of bullets. Let's used had been backseat. Passengers most likely the Egan's had known their killers from questioning members of the Egan small circle of friends. The police learned Peter at least had had some for warning of his demise just hours hours before their deaths. Peter had been heard saying might as well have a good time because tonight might be my last night. The Egan's friends also pointed investigators towards a shortlist of suspects amongst them. Were Willard Belcher. You're a forty nine year. Old local and rumored low level mobster and his wife Bertha a sixty seven year old sex worker who catered to when older clientele most surprising of all however was the name at the top of the list. Joseph Leone was a popular figure figure in the watertown community the son of a local prizefighter. He worked as a driver for wonder bread and was known for saving boxes of Free Donuts for children along his route he was also a longtime friend of Peter Egan. The two men had spent their childhoods living next door to one another but if rumors were to be believed a recent event had put a strain on the old friendship watertown resident. James Pigott told told police that a few weeks before the murder Joe Leone stated he would have to kill Peter Egan to keep him quiet and keep us all all from going to jail and that Egan knows enough to put us all away for several years while this may have been true Leone may also have had a more personal motive for killing his childhood friend on December twentieth. Nineteen sixty four. His father's his home was burglarized. Seven hundred sixty dollars in cash were taken along with a valuable family. heirloom ring. Jolyon reportedly believed that the league brothers were responsible and as far as the police were concerned he was right whether motivated by family pride or a mercenary desire to stay out of prison Jolie. Owns decision was made childhood friends. or not the EGAN's had to go coming up. We'll learn more about the final hours of the Egan family members and end the mark their death left on Jefferson County.

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"egan" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"egan" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"His memory. His family generously endowed an annual lecture lecture on a current topic in foreign relations. This year's event featured a panel discussion with Kaufman witness and Egan moderated by Professor Shimon Connor on US law and policy in the Middle East. The conversation takes a step back from current events to look at the broader strategic landscape following the US withdrawal from Syria. It's the law fair podcast episode. Four hundred seventy eight Tamara. Kaufman witness and Brian Egan on law policy and the US role in the Middle East. What I want to start with I suppose is what's been in the headlines The most recently which is the very recent implementation tation of a long disgust decision to pull? US troops out of northern Syria. And tomorrow you're you're here to provide your your regional expertise and insight and I can think of no one better to try to at least give us the broad outlines of what's obviously a very complex situation there sure. Chemin thank you an- and let me first say to the Stevens family. Thank you for this opportunity. It's an honor to be here to memorialize is Chris. I worked with him all too briefly when I was in any a but I bring with me the love and respect of the whole any family. Who who miss him every day He was tremendously admired. And I had to the privilege of being a part of that any family for a brief period of time. But I'm also the daughter of a Foreign Service officer and what you have done on in institutionalizing the commitment that he represented to dialogue between Americans and the peoples of the middle. East it is something that I admire tremendously. So thank you. I think the situation we face it in Syria.

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Bryony Blake | The Art of Beauty

The Emma Guns Show

10:02 min | 1 year ago

Bryony Blake | The Art of Beauty

"Letting them know that you hear them and the response she gave was really interesting because you said Yeah and actually I've got loads of qualifications parties I think you will you you like I mean it's funny because a lot of makeup artists work on their own so low fashion lieutenant on around all day with a hairdresser and all the time armory I feel very very lucky when I do shows like strictly or Britain's got talent or things like that you know I started out working as a group and so I've gone really played group of really amazing hugely talented make bodies but we all have each other's backs and it's funny when I meet a lot make what is now you know buyout and especially when you start doing personals because you do tend to work just on your own but then you sometimes mix with other people I feel I'm quite lucky and so the goes I work within the team because a lot make what is don't have that because he's really competitive now as well so you're like or do I trust you Egan innate my client do I recommend you when if to cover me or not because if I trust you enough and I find that that's one thing that I would recommend peabody's like try and work as a group will try and actually you become friends with people because the community in the help when we were constructed that is honestly is one of the stressful jobs but it's so amazing to see I'm but half of it is because we working as a team there's like fifteen of us in one room hair and makeup and we're very good friends but I can tell straightaway just by over here and conversation that the goal next having she's really struggling with her person and I know whether or not she needs me step in whether or not I need to actually leave the area I know whether or not going to get someone else to help with that situation and it's this kind of amazing dance that we do within our room to actually help one another out and I'll be sad for the maker that don't have that kind of community because I'm like it's incredible people that you what with our amazing people but also that of a similar L. to you because you have that same kind of personality in a way that you we want to do is make people feel good about themselves so why wouldn't you want to hang out with all the time and also the skills that you pick out still love watching people do make his favorite thing I still watch my mom do make out do you love it is what do you think that's the first two tour you ever had like a lot of switching your mom yeah definitely I was talking to my friend the other day because obviously with my mom being present she used to have a big makeup box and one of my favorite things to do with my friend Sara she's got we used to alternate every day odd guitar how she'd come tonight and the the best game that we played was we'd gather makeup box and we'd make each other upper weren't allowed to see Chavez fe like she wasn't allowed to to look until the finished and she was like that was your favourite game you played and I was like I really ever remember Laughing rush is like you loved it that was the main thing that we did and I do remember and I still find it really calling my mom 'cause my mom and my grandma who's been really glamorous win like they would never go out with any Mike von like just never my mom will always have a liner always have Macara my grandma would always have lipstick own like cons and I just and I love that kind of glamour of it you know I think it's really nice to you know when I come in from work if I'm going after dinner I'll always like put something new on like a different topic always refresh my makeup because it makes me feel good and I love that whole kind of making yourself a little bit glamorous because then you yeah okay I feel good so I can now have a great night in and he's totally personal is not I'm not doing if anyone other than myself

"egan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"egan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Year old Egan Bernal is the youngest toward a fronts winner since World War two the first winner from his home country of Colombia and from the continent of South America I'm checking that's Lauren this is fox news but is it time to stand up for the latest opinions direct from the zip back here's Christina stop examples of rights of Baltimore protest in Portland in Berkeley defecation on California city sidewalks local police in numerous cities being ordered not to help federal agencies like ice police are being told not to do their job so do you think this is the right approach when laws are being broken to just let it happen on simple just under ninety percent say no police should be allowed to do their jobs but around eleven percent say yes that's what's ability looks like recently a video of water being poured on police as they walk down the street in Harlem went viral and it because it up for in the video the please take the dowsing and calmly walk away do you believe this is an example of when police should stand down sixty two percent of the polar say yes showing individual restraint earns respect thirty eight percent answered no they should have seize the moment and made some arrests and you think that the position of city mayor should have the authority to order police to stand down and not help federal agencies like ice this one's clothes with fifty six percent of the polar saying a mayor's power should stop and suggestion the other forty four percent however said yes it's an important higher gate thanks Christina download simple U. S. A. in your favorite apps store today share your opinions and make sure your voice is heard we'll have poll results.

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"egan" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"egan" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"What happened how hard you try? If someone gives you serve you the wrong food. I don't know there's all different kinds of things you could do. But it is a it's it's many wages. You either are or you aren't thing. So I think people are really sensitive to the advice to say stay on the art side of that line for a little while if that's what feels right to you. Right. Because a lot of a lot of Egan's feel very passionately that the right way to be fully vegan and the right time to do that changes now at anything less than that is you're you're being selfish, or whatever I don't agree with that at all. Because I think both of us are great examples of how when you actually do that do with what you're with. Right. Then it moves it very likely moves you down the path. And you you get new influences you start reading different books you something about it for me. Just kind of I feel like this. Level of compassion just raises when you start acting a certain way, so it will stop eating animals, but still eating animal products and something that desire to eat animal products starts to lessen the ethical side for me was was so minor compared to to environmental and then and then help a little bit as well. Until I actually went vegetarian then. And then it'd be like just like that part of it grew within me, and I became more passionate about it. Right. That's funny. How it happens? And so I guess, although we're both examples of people who took small steps or gradual approach to change and it worked for somebody on the other side could argue and say, okay, find that worked. But, but it would have probably worked if you just went overnight as well that I don't think it's true. Because I mean, you just said the pork barbecue thing I had. And I think I wrote this on my site in the early days.

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"egan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on KTOK

"Nicole weisensee Egan is the author of a new book coming up about the Cosby case, which doesn't drop for a little while yet. Right. When's the actual release date April twenty third the book is called chasing? Cosby the downfall of America's dad, but we're talking about the article that came out yesterday in the Daily Beast, and Nikki was talking about. She still follows this case since she was first introduced to it. Almost skeptically back in two thousand and eight and is since then breakup amongst an elite group of people who have been following the story in trying to make heads or tails out of it since then. The update that you have on the Daily Beast was interesting because as you point out, there's a a a really well documented case of another close call it would seem from two thousand and sixteen can you tell us the story of Dakota James? Oh, right. So we a close call that threw me for a second. Yes. This was chilling. When I when I talked to this woman so about five weeks before Dakota James vanished when he has a close friend named Shelley. And she had texted him. See if he was gonna come out and he calls her. It's like eleven eleven fifteen tonight. And he's like, Shelly, I'm hold. I don't know where I am help me. Help me come get me got me. And she's like, oh my God. Of course. I'm you know, I'm on my way, where are you in? He said, I think you said northside tied. And then she said, so she's like all right on my way. But then she had and they had enabled location services on the phone, which I didn't even know about. We use them all the time to keep track of our kids. There you go kids. So. So so yes, she actually sees on the opposite side of the city. And she and meanwhile, she's getting all these texts and she sent me screen shots of the tax. And it's like Shelley helped me I'm cold help me, and he was crying and sobbing by the way when he called her to. And so she finally finds him he's outside he's coming out of the Springhill suites. He told him to go into the hotel, and she's pulling up there's this star vehicle their parks the wrong way Parkway, and he's heading right toward it, and she hollers out his name, and he sees her. And then he comes over to her. And he tells her, you know, she's like you tells you like I don't he did not remember the last four hours of night. The last thing he remembered he was at a work party was co workers they went out to a bar my singer members about seven fifteen and the rest of the nicer blank. And then he's wandering around the downstream to Pittsburgh. He didn't know where he was what had happened. It's freezing cold. Which is interesting because I've been reading a lot about GBH. And that is one of the things I think the heat you up so much apparently. So then. Don't have a on or something like that the differential between the GP h what it does to your body temperature and the surrounding Arab freezing cold. And so then she said she wanted to take him to the hospital. She thought she's thinking was he drugged was. He did something really I call. She's thinking was an accident. Was he beaten up like he was hysterical crying? So, but he didn't want to go to the hospital and she took him home. And the next day. He just was sort of like, you know, we kind of brushed it off. And you know, she would have to but then he disappeared after a similar co workers five week later, and that's the tragedy. So then it really does feel like it's not just a crime of opportunity, but that somebody had targeted him or I mean, it's incredible coincidence that he would be taken at random words followed at random, but that somebody was watching for him and catching him at that kind of moment. Yeah. Either that was an attempt to that night, and it sailed in minutes to get loose or it was just stocking hammer or something I I don't know. I mean, but then he did eat advantage. And you know, if you watch those security, and of course, the cop while he was drunk. You went to the in the river, right? Because of course, that's what you do you walk down. Stairs.

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"egan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Nicole weisensee Egan is a writer for the Daily Beast at one time she was writing also for people magazine. That's the first time. I encountered her work. She joins us here. On coast to coast AM, and I wanted to get to you right away. Nikki I hear Nikki is okay. Okay. I wanna get you right away. Because first of all we share a little history on this story of the smiley face killers. Because I was in the twin cities back in two thousand six seven and eight when the story was kinda getting traction originally, and I worked with Christy peel who is the reporter for channel five at Hubbard broadcasting. We were in the same building. And and she was the one who kinda got the story a little bit more blown open a nationwide. But I also had a chance to go back and retrace the steps of some of the people even one of them, whom you mentioned in your in your article, and and talk to the some of the families that were involved in the disappearances of these young men in what has become known as this smiley face killer case tell the tell me how you first came upon it when you first started to write about it over a decade ago. Sure it was right before Kevin Gannon, Anthony Duarte. We're having a press conference in New York City that it was like Monday, April twenty eighth I think it was Christie had just run her story. So she broke the story. And then they were following up with this national press conference because they wanted to get some national attention to it. They've been investigating this all on their own and low on funds, my want everything traveling all across the country, and they wanted to get some, publicity, and I still remember when my editor assigned me to I was sort of like, oh, come on, really. You know? And then, but then the more we started looking into it. You know, then we found out the Minneapolis police chief. Wasn't discrediting that that. In fact, one of these cases have been turned into a homicide, and I went to that press conference that Monday, and then I went to heaven and all of them out to dinner that night on people to get to know them better that night as sources because I figured this is not going away. You know, there's something like this. This is just the tip of the iceberg. And and I've just kind of stayed interested in ever since. In eleven years because so for those people who hear us talk about or they've heard about the podcast or they've heard about the limited series on television, or whatever. Sum up, the the story in its most credible version as you've interfaced with it over the years. I mean, what they say is that there is, you know, and they use the term serial killers, what they say, there's there's a gang of organized killers that have these semi-autonomous cells in in cities across the country, and that they target specific types of people to kill as part of either a gang initiation ritual, or as part of just, you know. Guys, make a lot of them for a long while where these college age white men on three point eight as athletes tall good looking strong, like the epitome of like the perfect guy, and the people that they aren't I guess, and and but more recently like with the Dakota James case they've been targeting a gay male from what I understand there's been some women thrown into the mix in the last few years. They..

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"egan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Show coming your way from Egan. Nice crowd heroes, always on hand Delvin. How you feel in these days? I'll ask you. The question is asked we'll get out of the White House. Delve mccook field was he gonna play. Feeling good. Progress in every day every week. Still toys a one hundred percent thanking back onto the computer Martine timetable. Megan back, though is still a day to day. We'd we think so what's that gonna hundred percent? And I'll be back on the computer in my team. I was just telling Alvin at my days as a GM. I was always sick of people asking me how how the players were doing. So I can understand how he feels. It's been asked this question a lot. But when you talk to to people that have had a similar injury a hamstring injury. And I know how tricky those can be and everybody's different and has has latavius, for example, has something like this that he can help you understand. I know the trainers obviously, do and another guy your draft classmate. Leonard fournette, another guy who's been dealing with a nagging hamstring and a guy that you know, I'm sure from going through draft stuff. And do you talk to these guys? You get kind of a feel for from them of what this is like. Yeah. The resources that Minnesota put around us is great especially with the new facility. Ever got. So. I've been keeping up with this injury. No since I got it and staying on top of because like I said, it's a tricky one not yourself and saying you back, but your body's not there yet to go. Do what you want to do. So you know, talking to this guy. I haven't talked to those guys, but the Garth are in the building and resources that I have in a building I've been using them so much to well, I know I've been nagging on him. I'm trying to get back on the field. Like everybody else. I wanna be out as bad not one hundred times. More look everybody else wanna see viata. So I'm trying to get back quick as possible does weightlifting help a lot with hamsters. Or does that make you tighter in some respects? You gotta be careful. I really I really don't know. But no, you can't negro from lifting weights. Just can't be too tight. So..

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"egan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:29 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Tell you about our special guests, John Egan. He was born in Brooklyn New York, moved into jersey got his degrees at the college of New Jersey. He worked as a special education teacher also has his own column in two international magazines for fifteen years in addition to that he's an artist he's been in many publications, including a full-page in USA today that was about two years ago and also in Ripley's believe it or not the two thousand eighteen addition. I've always liked the Ripley's work, John and welcome to the program. Thank you is. It's an honor to be here. And of course, the latest book between love and hate the devil is really plotting to get your soul, and we'll succeed with many told me a little bit about this. What what was your exposure with the devil? The right. This kind of a book. Every time. I hear of an encountered at a person has it goes to an angel or whatever I wonder about that person a little bit a bit skeptical myself. I wonder if he or she is legitimate person. Are they little crazy? They do this retention. That's why I wanted to give you a little brief history about my life. And who I am sure, you know, by the apparition, I had a small veil was lifted for a moment in time. Well, I was able to appear in through a dimension unseen by most people I could actually see through its wrestle into the paranormal realm. Well, I'm going to be facing dimension someday dimension of spiritual dimension, no matter who you are where you live. How you live in the end. Well, onto be standing on the precipice can't get away from it. Can we? No way and talking to you. A few listens. I'm talking to everybody out there. It's going to be thrust into this a bit. But there's gonna be forces there for some. And now, I believe for many evil forces that they're going to have to contend with tonight. I'm going to give you your newest understanding about those evil forces and how they would try to manipulate you in paranormal realm of that spiritual dimension. And a lot of people say to me, and I watched the fifth dimension. Yeah. What's the what's the fourth mentioned? Well, we live in a fourth dimension. We'll born into the faucet mentioned lane with high time. That's how universe that's our everyday world. A physical buys at born. Here we die here, we stay here. Even after we die. That's there's no time as we know it in that fifty mention I mean, God when he created even if I take thirty days for the moon to go around the earth rotates on his taxes twenty four hours your rotates around the sun, sixty four days a year. But none of that is needed in the next invention. There's no need for time. And that next dimension only a spirit so fast that mentioned or spiritual dimension. And we're going to discuss that seems to be getting into that aberration. And I think listened to they're going to be in the light on equal level. More than they could possibly imagine right now. And it's quite frightening. So people this apparition I had it the antithesis of any apparition I've ever heard or read about from the ordinary world. The extraordinary world. I mean. And you started off everything was fine in your life. Right. None of this was going on and then bang. Yeah. I mean, I think about how many times. Of course of history entity breakthrough with dimension to deliver a message, and I could probably count it on my right hand in lone people read the bible, these occurrences where angels, but messages people not much about that was delivering messages April. There's plenty of stories about ghosts. You know, everybody talks about guns. Go scaring people ghost hunting houses somebody stories about ghosts. But tonight, again, I'm going to actually listen to be open minded be ready sleep that will tonight may even have some bad dreams. That's what people tell me terrifying. It's a little jarring. I believe this is the only book ever written. I will take you as close as humanly possible right into the devils around this a bit frightening. I can guarantee that without having without having to stay there. That's right. I'm not a crazy person yours. Give it a few talented in my life. I was the best selling author. We'll talk about that for you have time. I'm not sure I like I like you said I've auditors worked has been seen throughout the world. And we'll talk about that. The only reason why I bring up that. I'm an artist is that I have the ability to draw and paint scope exactly what is right down to every detail. So we'll be talking about this. So you have a visual. What apparition looked like that appear to me in my house, you go to John Egan E H E A N dot com as hyphen between Egan e ata Indica. And you're going to see the cover of a book ethics exactly what I was confronted with. And we'll start to talk about that. Real quick. Give you a brief history about my life. And who I am. Okay. When this started. Yeah. Well, it started about a year so go, but I mean, I was born in Brooklyn back in the day, and they went to a male parochial school with a Franciscan brothers were in charge. Every single thing was regimented before school. We played in this offense in school yard when a Franciscan brother would blow the whistle. Everybody had to stop cold f you're playing basketball the ball would just keep bouncing at the only thing you could hear this bulls bouncing, but if you move to try to grab it a Franciscan brother is gonna beat him. Homey. Mom is going gonna be just they couldn't win got online. You went to school. Like we had on. How my parents did it back then with six of us kids. Well, at the school, we didn't have any money. My dad was a truck driver. But what are you gotta do? I mean even had back in the day and put them in my shoes what had holes in them. One of my sisters hated being poor used to run away all the time as a little girl. Now, I talk I joked to her kids about her, and they tell you know, your mother run away a lot back in the day. We didn't go up there to tell them what bedtime story we read it a bus schedule. But back then you need. Apparently she kept coming back, right? Sweep the car. I don't know. Why? But she grew up to be a normal person. Anyway, the whole community we go to church back. Then let's say learn to become a moral human being that's where you got your foundation, and basically stuck with you your whole life is what folks that you had to get really just to get a seat and it had special baby-boom. You never see that today to the room in the back of every church was a soundproof room with him by the state government kids, we called we called it the cry room. Exactly. That's great. I'm glad that you remember that. I remember that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So so they went to serve everybody. But according to study today, like seventy percent of the people from my religion dropped out of that updating charts and bringing the kids there was a different world back. Then you know, sure was hung out outside rain or shine winter Osama we played stick ball in the middle of the street by would walk by the by the puck cars until the car went by anyway, go right out and resume the game. Again, it wasn't an internet. Just people hanging out with friends, you know, just to show you how times have. Changed? I did a study twenty years ago, and they ask people how many friends you have. It can go to your problems you feel secure about Nancy was three people. They did that same study today and act the same question that is an internet his Facebook Snapchat linked in so many different apps. People have hundreds of friends and every app, and when they did that study about how many intimate friends they have answer now is one and a half. I don't know technology technology has given us global communication nowadays and dozens of friends but his head, but it was twenty years ago. I mean, just think of how things have changed exponentially in a short period of time. Oh my God. Yeah. In the past. We used to figure snakes. Spiders, high nowadays. But I knew technology the global connection the biggest fears of the millennium today are low WI fi free circle that you see when you're waiting on a phone. We kid and low battery life. I think without a without having to charge around. I don't think they cutting out. God the she was, but I mean, I love technology, but it kind of apple amplify certain wicked things, you know, like inaugural is a multi billion dollar industry today because of intimacy internet sex trafficking among mine is a multi billion dollar industry today. George suicide among boys have doubled and suicide among girls have tripled one million people commit suicide here. There's there's even a game out there. Now, John called mine that pushes kids into suicide if they don't do something the right way. And I know that they don't commit suicide seven, right? They try. It's ridiculous. I mean, I kinda leave technologies working against it's like a neutron bomb when a neutron bomb expose. It doesn't make a big explosion. But the neutrons penetrate, the building an armor an underground bunkers, and it kills everything from the inside the building left standing perfectly, no damage at all. And I believe that's how the team is wanted destruction in any form to any human. I mean, I mean look at every single country hate each other out there, and they're ready to bomb you almost nothing. But anyway, real quick toys. My dad moves it felt in New Jersey. I think in my career as a special Ed teacher, I thought working with kids who didn't have any quality characteristics that normal people have began to feel like I was blessed George you had to work with these kids to appreciate that. That's when I started trying to pay back, but just being normal. I thought my prayer life. I always had a prayer life. When I saw it. Apparently, this is all a prerequisite for why I had this apparition. I mean, it's for kids and had nothing going from even had some kids in my class. I had this terrible Kansas, and I would drop it. And they always they wanted yourself. How would give them my coloring books in preying on? And they would try so hard to keep those those does cut the crayons in into line with a number. But some of them has a terrible your Kansas. They would through follow insurance coloring, they withdrew amount visual was this is special school. You're at. Was it was the special Ed teacher had different classes, you know. And just happened to be in these classes it was chosen like that. Okay. We we cleaned it up for them. It was nothing to draw because they did that all day long that didn't mean anything to them. And so anyway, you know, they were learning a skill that they never gonna use. You know, there was no really cure for them back. Then even today, there's really no cure. So as a special Ed teacher had a lotta time my hand and the kids needed two hours for lunch for the teachers would help feed them. There's no papers to correct. The biggest kids that had an Easter move boxes long. I enroll this you know, when you see a tractor trailer pull up to a warehouse, and they put out there listening put the boxes on seven down slide them down. Yeah. Yeah. So this is this school supply. I enroll isn't my class lineup. The kids. I think Philly kit. Get it box. But it on the I enrolled slide down to the next kid. They would get they would open it up. It's down to the naked. They put something in his five down to the next tape it. Yeah. So that's what they did. I had plenty of time. So I know how to Boston. So I sat Boston the nightclubs. And I believe this is a real prerequisite. Why Stephen came to this house doing two jobs, John? I mean being a specialty didn't take up much of my time at a two hour lunch. I didn't have the correct. And that's why I decided yeah. I'll get you going to do this. So so yeah. So, you know, people that night looking for fun now a lot of them real stand-up people. But there was a certain percentage of people who doubt Nevada DACA side of things these people like little wicked looking for course, alcohol. The drugs are committed adultery. Fuck anything. They can get their hands on and a good portion these people atheists. They went to the occult a little bit. I can get along with anybody. I can relate to anybody and this type of behavior didn't even bothering factor. But you over the years they noticed that a lot of these people died from accidents. They car accidents overdoses suicide Kansas, and and I bought it with these people, and and then do them, you know, but I felt that these people like ships in the night without a rudder. Anyway, take over the wind would blow them that was fine with them. And they died in the state that I thought nobody should die were these death rings unusually high. Yeah. Unbelievable. And so I just didn't think they knew how to live. I mean, that's another thing is book is gonna teach it teaches you the no self knows. I stopped me not trying to be somebody else. Knowing me knowing the truth about you. You are what you do look at what you do analyze what you do and analyze what you believe about yourself. You might find a completely different person there. I mean, I had one friend trying to get through this quick. Because I know we want to get into his name is Christy with a bartender. He worked right alongside. He was an atheist and the used to make fun of God used to make fun of. The Virgin Mary, and he's smoking drank every night seven nights a week. It didn't feel well they went to visit a doctor and he found the early had foot states cancer. So he couldn't work anymore. So I tried to visit them between my, you know, going from school my school my night and we worked together. I mean, he was like a friend. You know, I know you had all these problems. But you didn't know he had cancer. I know you had this book. Yeah..

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"egan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You about our special guests, John Egan. He was born in Brooklyn New York, moved to New Jersey got his degrees at the college of New Jersey. He worked as a special education teacher also has his own column in two international magazines for fifteen years in addition to that he's an artist he's been in many publications, including a full-page in USA today was about two years ago and also in Ripley's believe it or not the two thousand eighteen addition. I've always liked the Ripley's work, John and welcome to the program. Thank you. Be here. And of course, the latest book between love and hate the devil, Israel, plotting to get your soul, and we'll succeed with many told me a little bit about this. What what was your exposure with the devil? The right. This kind of a book. Every time I hear of an encounter data person has it. It goes to an angel devil. I wonder about that person a a bit a bit skeptical myself, I wound up he or she's a legitimate person on a little crazy. They doing this for tension. That's why I wanted to give you a little brief history about my life. And who I am sure, you know, by the apparition, I had a small veil is lifted for a moment in time. Well, I was able to peer into a dimension unseen by most people I could actually see through its wrestle into the paranormal round. Well, I'm going to be facing dimension someday, the fifth dimension of spiritual dimension, no matter who you are where you live. How you live in the end. Well, gonna be standing on the precipice can't get away from it. Can we no way? Talking to you a few listeners I'm talking to everybody out there. That's right. Yeah. It's going to be thrust into this abyss. But there's gonna be forces there. And now, I believe for many evil forces that they're going to have to contend with tonight. I'm gonna give you. Standing about those evil forces and how they would try to manipulate you paranormal realm of spiritual dimension. But a lot of people say what's the fifth dimension? Yeah. What's the what's the fourth mentioned? Well, we live in a fourth dimension. We'll born into the fourth dimension lane with high time. That's how universe that's our everyday world. Physical bodies have born here we die. Here we stay here. Even after we die. That's there's no time as we know it in that fifty mention I mean, God started the clock when he created universe. Takes thirty days for the moon to go around the earth the earth rotates on its axis twenty four hours your rotation around the sun three hundred sixty four days a year. Not at that is needed in the next dimension. There's no need for time. And that next dimension. Only a spirit so fast through that mentioned host fierce with a mess. And we're going to discuss that soon as we get into that have arisen, and I think you're listening. They're going to be lighting a lot on a deep level. More than they could possibly imagine right now. And it's quite frightening. So he did this apparition. I had it the antithesis of any apparition I've ever heard or read about. From the ordinary world Joyce into the extraordinarily world. I mean. And you started off everything was fine in your life. Right. None of this was going on and then bang. Yeah. I think about how many times in the course of history. Antony break with dimension to deliver a message, and I could probably count it on my right hand in lone people read the bible, here's occurrences where angels but messages to people about that was delivering messages equal plenty of stories about ghosts. You know, everybody talks about ghosts go scaring people ghost hunting houses somebody stories about ghosts. But tonight, again, I'm going to actually listen to be open minded be ready, and my not sleep that will tonight may even have some bad. That's people. Tell me terrifying. It's a little jarring. I believe this is the only book ever written. I will take you as close as humanly possible right into the devils round. It's a bit frightening. I can guarantee that without having without having to stay there. That's right. I'm not a crazy person yours. Give it a few challenge at my leg. I was the best selling author. We'll talk about that for you have time. I'm not sure. Like like, you said of an artist whose work has been seen throughout the world. And we'll talk about the only reason why I bring up that. I'm an artist that I have the ability to draw and paint scope, exactly what right down to every detail. So we'll be talking about this. So you have a visual of what is aspiration looked like that appear to me in my house, you go to John Egan E H E A N dot com. John hyphen between Egan E H E A Indika. And you've got to see the cover of a book ethics exactly what I was confronted with. And we'll talk about that. Going to be real quick. With them to give you a brief history about my life. And who I am. And when this when this started. Yeah. Well, it started about a year or so ago. But I mean, I was born in Brooklyn back in the day. I went to a alone male parochial school with a Franciscan brothers were in charge. Every single thing was regimented before school. We played in his fenced in school yard when a Franciscan brother would blow the whistle. Everybody had to stop cold f you playing basketball the ball would just keep bouncing. That's the only thing you could hear this balls bouncing. But if you move to try to grab it Franciscan gonna beat you, mama. Homey. Mom is gonna be just they couldn't win got online. You went to school like this. I don't know how my parents. Did it back then with six of us kids? Well with the pro we didn't have any money. My dad was a truck driver. But what you gotta do. Enjoy even cut out cod. But back in the day and put them in my shoes what had holes in them. One of my sisters hated being poor used to run away all the time as a little girl. Now, I talk I joke to her kids about her. And I tell you know, your mother run away a lot back in the day. We didn't go updated television bedtime story. We used to go up and read it a bus schedule. But back then you knew your parents leash. She kept coming back, right? I don't know why you think euless. But but to go out to be a normal person. Anyway, the whole community we go to church back, then let's learn to, you know, become a moral human being that's where you got your basically stuck with you your whole life folks had to get there early just to get a seat, and they had special baby-boom. You never see that today. Georgia. Back of every church was the south booth room that him by the governor kids who we called it. We called it the cry room. Exactly. That's great. I'm glad that you remember that. I remember that. Oh, yeah. So so they went to serve everybody. But according to study today, like seventy percent of the people from my religion of dropped out of that church and bringing the kids it was a different world back. Then you know, sure was oh this hung out outside rain or shine winter summer we played stick ball in the middle of the street for by would walk by the by the puck cars until the problem. Finding to go right out museum the game. Again, it wasn't an internet. Just people hanging out with friends, you know, just to show you how times have changed. I did a study twenty years ago. Actually, how many friends you have it can go to your problems, you feel secure about Nancy was three people. They did the same study today the same question that is an internet his Facebook. This knapsack linked in so many different apps. People have hundreds of friends. Every app, and he did that study about how many intimate friends they have answer. Now is one and a half. I don't know technology has technology has given us global communication nowadays and thousands of friends but his head, but it was twenty years ago. I mean. Just think of how things have changed exponentially in a short period of time. God. Yeah. In the past. We used to figure snakes. Spiders, hive nowadays. But I knew technology the global connection the biggest fears of the millennium today are low WI fi buff free circle that you see when you're waiting on the phone to a kid and low battery life. I don't think without having to charge around. Yeah. I don't think they're cutting out quite defend your shoes because they had this us. But I mean, I love technology, but it kind of apple pie certain wicked things like Colnago a multi billion dollar industry today because of the internet sex trafficking. Among mine is is a multi billion dollar industry today. George suicide among boys have double and suicide among girls have tripled. One million people commit suicide this year there. There's even a game out there. Now John called moment that pushes kids into suicide if they don't do something the right way. And I know that at a commit suicide seven them, right? They try. Ridiculous. I mean, I kinda leave technologies working again, it's like a neutron bomb when a neutron bomb exploded, it doesn't make a big explosion. But the neutrons penetrate, building an armor and underground bunkers, and it kills everything from the inside the buildings left. Standing perfectly no damage at all. And I believe that's how the team is wanted destruction in any form to any human. I mean, look at every single country hates each other out there, and they're ready to bomb you almost nothing. But anyway, real quick toys. My dad moved to sell to New Jersey. I think in my career as a special Ed teacher. I thought working with kids who didn't have any quality attributes the characteristics that normal people have begun to feel like I was blessed George you had to work with these kids to appreciate that. That's when I started trying to pay back, but just being normal. I thought my prayer life. I always had a pro life. But I started a parallel. This is all a prerequisite for why I had this apparition. I mean, it's for kids and had nothing going from even had some kids in my classes. Had this terrible Kansas, and I would drop it. And they always they wanted USO haven't given them my coloring books in crayon, and they would try so hard to keep those those cut the crayons in the lines. But some of them has his terrible Joe, Kansas. They through follow insurance coloring, they withdrew federal was this is special school. You were at. It was a special Ed teacher had different classes, you know. And just happened to be in these classes, he was children like that. Okay. We we clean it up for them. It was nothing to drool because they did that all day long. So it didn't mean anything. And so you know, they were learning a skill that they never gonna use. You know, there was no really cure for them back. Then even today, there's really no cure. So as a special Ed teacher had a lotta time my hands and the kids needed two hours for lunch for the teachers aide with help feed them. There's no papers to correct. The big Akita hadn't him in the room. It's the move boxes long. I enroll this you know, when you see a tractor trailer pulled up to a warehouse and put out there was I enroll isn't he put the boxes on slide them down. Yeah. Yeah. So this. This school supply. I enroll is in my class lineup. The kids I get it box. But it on the I enrolled slided down to the next kid. They would get they would open it up fight it down to the naked put something in five down to the next game tape it. Yeah. So that's what they did plenty of time. So I knew how to Boston. So I said Boston nightclubs. And I believe this is a real prerequisite. Why Stephen came to this house were you doing what two jobs, John? Yeah. Being a specialty didn't take up much of my time at a two hour lunch. I didn't have papers to correct, you know. So I decided, yeah, I'll get you going to do this. So so. Yeah. So p people at night looking for fun and a lot of them real stand-up people. But there was a certain percentage of people who know about DACA sided things, these people like little wicked looking for course. Alcohol. The drugs are committed adultery. Fuck they can get their hands on these people atheists. They went to the coast a little bit. I can get along with anybody. I can relate to anybody, and this type of behavior didn't even bothering fact if you over the years, I noticed that a lot of these people died from accidents. They car accidents overdoses suicides chances, and and I bought it with these people, and and then do them, you know, but I felt that these people like ships in the night without a rudder. Anyway, would take the wind would blow them that was fine with them. And they died in the state that I thought nobody should die were these deaths..

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"egan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back. John Egan with us between love and hate is retired about the devil. Our final segment of calls Joe in Long Island, New York's with a sage oh, go ahead. Yeah. Hi, john. It sounds like the description of the devil. You that great issue is almost similar to something in the book of revelation. But I want to rotate proverbs chapter seven to this. It's it's really using its its talking about two women in providence chapter seven it's talking about a tense woman. It says make wisdom your cans woman and understanding wisdom and understanding and right the wisdom on the tablet of your heart. Or Mark the wisdom on the tablet of the heart. Now to me, this is the anecdote for the Mark of the devil and the book of revelation or the beast, well, you know, the sex sex sex the anecdote for this is the wisdom of the Lord, and it goes on to describe. Strange woman. Now, the strange woman is not really a strange woman. It's just a metaphor for temptation, and the devil, and it talks about this woman. Seducing men in the night. Well, her husband's away and enticing them. And then forcing them what flattering lips. So I think this is a device of the devil. Where the initial Lor is like an enticement, the devil is not gonna is gonna dress the thing up as where it's not obvious that it's the devil. And that as you get Lord then. It changes to force play. You're kind of in the chores stuck. Yeah. Yeah. So only later on just the devil reveal the true intentions. What's gonna really happen and forces that upon you? So if you look at the book of proverbs that directly relates to I think what you're saying. And I wanted to John if your previous work in the bars, somehow you picked up some of these demonic entities. Well, that's an interesting possibility. Could that have happened your other your job as a bartender? That's all. I mean who who who really knows? I mean that's possible. But that was good advice. I mean, keep those keep that was wisdom in your heart. You know, keep that at first thing in your mind, but what you were talking about. And. Yeah, that's that's good advice. And and who knows if they came out of that, I could be there could exist Aaron. I said there was wicked people there and someone were into the cold a lot of them away. And hey who knows? John where do you get your book between love and hate? Yeah. Love and hey, you.

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"egan" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on Amanpour

"Misery over these suicides is all resulting in raised awareness but i don't know exactly how we stop it it's really a tragic dilemma really and you're right which was trying to figure out how to intervene how to stop it in time as you say you know hopefully a lot of awareness is being raised right now and just lastly what is it like being a woman author i mean it sounds like a really bizarre question but i've spoken to other female novelists who said that you know the decks are pretty much stocked the editors are often men the critics often men the the whole sort of system is quite male dominated did you ever feel any constraints by that or any pushing the boundaries i think the biggest obstacle i've encountered that was gender related was my own self censorship about whether i would i don't know if it was be allowed to i didn't feel empowered initially to take on big epic stories i somehow felt like i wasn't my job it wasn't my turn i was overreaching and i think some of that was probably internalized sexism and in a way that's the most dangerous kind of all you know if we if we believe we aren't good enough that's a very difficult obstacle to overcome what is next jennifer egan what are we going to be treated to next well i have many ideas but i think the very next book i'm hoping we'll be a companion to visit from the goon squad which never really felt done exactly i mean there were things i tried that didn't work the powerpoint shafter weighing in at the last minute and their peripheral characters i'm actually interested in pursuing so i'm hoping that i can use some of the same structural approaches and come up with a book that stands on its own and is and is different from goon squad rather than just kind of weaker echo that's actually a tall order will we'll see if i can pull that off because i don't want to just write a book that's not as good but if it can be its own thing and yet us some new kind of structural approaches that i'm curious about and follow peripheral characters that i'm curious about it might be fun tool oda and very brave and as you say fun good good we'll we'll look forward to that jennifer egan thank you so much for joining us what a pleasure thank you i hope you enjoyed those conversations with two powerful women making waves that is it for a program tonight and remember you can always listen to a podcast see us online at i'm on dot com and follow me on facebook and twitter thanks for watching and goodbye from london.

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"egan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Your mental focus and also helps with digestion so you got vitamin b five or pants acetic acid also is very important that metabolism regulation nervous system be sits is so essential paradox is so essential for creating serotonin essential mood regulator so people who are depressed you may have a little beef item and you can start taking the ultimate be complex and start feeling really really good you got b nine b twelve b twelve is so many people just come in for b twelve shot but they really need to start taking oral aural be ultimate be complex because that will certainly help regulate a lot of the things in your body that are not working well what about that they need to have this kind of be vitamin supplementation is would you recommend that absolutely because people who are egan's or not eating any red meat so that i can read music sauce for bvitamins but it is very important that if you are and i'm not saying it's bad to be again but you have to know that vegan sometimes get very anemic out of proportion to the normal anemia that sound in the regular population because they're not eating any animal need and and so it's important to know that vegans actually become very deficient in bvitamins and so for anyone who is not anyone who is a vegan they should definitely be on the ultimate b complex.

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"egan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"egan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"There and you could set up get notifications every time we update and upload a new show and why wouldn't you know why it's free and we're not asking anything of you i mean really if you haven't you're just lazy it doesn't get more affordable that we are as mentioned at the union thirty two in egan you guys are we're talking with tim and samantha from union thirty two you guys are located very close to the vikings new facility like almost kind of right across the street you talk a little bit about how what that has meant to this area since since that's opened up since that's move there i understand i hear it's really been quite a boon to the area i think the vikings in egan and general has really helped the community a lot but us being the closest they left they left theory which is where i live so saying well we definitely will keep you up at night but no it's been great having them there's there's a lot of upcoming things i mean that that complex area is the fifteen year project so there's just so much rolling down the pipeline over there that's only going to benefit even more than it already house so we're looking forward to having them as a neighbor we've we've had them over here a few times and and look look forward to having the baptist what what what are some of the players you've seen around here let's drop some names what do they drink play offs favorite beer have the vikings we're over here like as a team or skies wondering on their own and no there's been people who wander in on their own free from corporate and and the office over there zimmer seems like colts drinker my right the my onto something here i mean is there any doubt i mean you look at the guy and he just screams cole red wine right and that's one of the things i wanted to talk about you bring up wind your your portfolio here it's it's really it's all minnesota right from or is it mostly minnesota.

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"egan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"egan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To a lot of people around town he was such a big part of the story that he wound up the co host of snap judgment special episode call counted in oakland story at ease egan was the lead producer there are still people who are dying every day and what we wanted to do was play faces to those names and let people know who those people were and what they wanted and who they left behind the aero you're known around town because you become an activist against hamas saidamir town of people have seen you standing out on the street sometimes with signs yelling sometimes at the top of your lungs to get rid of homicides in oakland how did you get involved june eight two thousand sixteen that people need to be detained that there was enough ambiguity in the statutes to interpret them to require bond hearings once a certain point had been reached in that point they had concluded was six months for these categories of people the supreme court then concluded that that interpretation was not supported by.

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