35 Burst results for "Eileen"

The Ongoing Skirmish Over the Mar-a-Lago Documents

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

The Ongoing Skirmish Over the Mar-a-Lago Documents

"The case of the Mar-a-Lago documents is now in the hands of the special master, the special master is the independent judge. This is a guy named Raymond deary. Who has been chosen by judge Eileen cannon to look over these documents and kind of separate them out. Separate them out in the documents that are personal versus documents that are official. Now, also separate them out in the documents that are unclassified. Documents that have been declassified and on the other hand documents that are still classified. And many people think that somehow this master, this Raymond deary guy, gets the ultimate say over what happens next. But he actually doesn't. If you read the judge's order, in fact, I've been looking at social media and they go, oh, you know, Trump made a huge mistake with this deary guy. He's a real judge unlike Eileen cannon. He's really telling the Trump people what's what. Now, what are they referring to? They're referring to the fact that this judge deary basically asked the Trump guys, are you which of the documents do you claim classified or declassified? Are you claiming that you've declassified some of these documents? And the Trump lawyers are not prepared to say just yet because we don't know what are all the documents that are in the FBI or the Biden DoJ's possession. So basically, the Trump people are making kind of a reasonable point, which is essentially give us a list of the documents when we look at the contents of the documents because it's not like the Trump people at the time were there to make copies of every document so they have the same base of information. They're flying to some degree in the dark. And so they don't want to assert generic claims without knowing which document.

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Dinesh Examines the Trump Lawyers' Brief in the Mar-A-Lago Raid

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Examines the Trump Lawyers' Brief in the Mar-A-Lago Raid

"Donald Trump's attorneys have filed a document in the southern district of Florida. This is the West Palm Beach division. This is before judge Eileen cannon. This is in the matter of the Mar-a-Lago raid. So to bring you up to speed, judge cannon has ordered the appointment of a special master, the special master is a kind of third party, a neutral guy. To review all the documents seized by the FBI and by the Biden DoJ and the ideas of the special master will decide which of those documents can be retained by the government, which of those documents have to be returned to Trump. And basically judge cannon says, I don't trust the Biden DoJ to perform this task fairly. Now, the Biden people are fighting this bitterly a, they're threatening to appeal, which of course is their right, but good luck. First of all, their appeal there'd be appealing to an appellate court that is majority Republican and even if they appeal that it's gonna go to the Supreme Court. So good luck guys, knock yourselves out with the appeal. But even as they are threatening to appeal, they do have to fight it out before judge cannon. Now, now they're trying to say the Biden administration that the special master can review the documents, but should not have access to any of the classified documents. And who gets to determine what's a classified document, the Biden DoJ goes, well, we do. So we will designate all these documents as classified. We will separate them out. We will give the rest of the documents to the special master and the Trump people are say, that's ridiculous.

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Dinesh Shows Why 'Unprincipled' Conservatives Are a Very Good Thing

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Shows Why 'Unprincipled' Conservatives Are a Very Good Thing

"It's not very often that I agree with the new republic, which by the way used to be a good magazine in the 1980s and even 90s has now become a kind of a rag. And when I say I agree with it, what I actually mean is I'm agreeing with it, but from a completely different perspective. So there's an interesting article. It's actually called the rise of right-wing hacks in federal courts. It's written by a guy named Jason Lincoln's and Jason Lincoln's talking about the conservative court and he says that every time the court makes a kind of a conservative decision ranging from the Dobbs decision to judge Eileen cannon, who, by the way, is a Trump appointee on the Mar-a-Lago raid requiring a special master. The article says, you know, all these leftists come out and talk about how the legal reasoning is horrible and how the judge doesn't seem to have a good grasp of the salient issues or how the conservative court is misreading the constitution. And the article goes on to say, you know, all this analysis is beside the point because the conservatives don't really care whether their decisions are anchored in the law or not. They don't really care if the decisions are fully anchored in the constitution or not. They basically are right wingers and they're doing the right wing thing. They're coming up with the right wing outcome, and then their finding some justification for it. Now, first of all, I do want to point out, this is exactly what the liberals do. The liberals say that we have a living constitution, it's meaning is fluid. And so progressives and liberals go will come up with a liberal result that we like. A more equitable result, a more diverse result, we'll find abortion rights, homosexual rights, things that really aren't in the constitution, but we will kind of conjure them into the constitution through a kind of crafty, legal reasoning. So it's kind of amazingly hypocritical for them to be faulting conservatives for doing this.

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The Left's Demonization of Judge Aileen Cannon

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

The Left's Demonization of Judge Aileen Cannon

"The left is all for the rule of law as long as it goes their way. They're all for the democratic processes of our society except when they produce a result or an outcome that they don't like. And recently, a federal judge, Eileen cannon, shot down or struck down the Biden DoJ by saying, we need to have a special master or an independent authority, review the Mar-a-Lago documents to see which of them appropriately belong to the search, and which of them do not, which is to say which of them need to be isolated or returned to Mar-a-Lago because they were seized inappropriately. And the Biden DoJ shrieking, oh, this is gonna jeopardize national security. This is going to cause the end of the world and the judge is like, it's not going to jeopardize national security. The documents are going to stay with the special master is going to be operating on behalf of the government. So the documents are staying with the government. They're not going to be distributed or publicized in any way. But here's the point. Eileen canon is a respected judge. She's of Cuban origin, a mom fled the dictatorship of Fidel Castro. She graduated from duke. She went to the University of Michigan law school, she worked at the Justice Department as a prosecutor. She also was with a leading law firm. She served as an appellate judicial clerk. Ron DeSantis recently pointed out that when she was confirmed as a federal judge, the vote in Florida was 56 to 21, 12 democratic state senators joined Republicans to confirm her to the bench. And yet, if you look at the commentary on her now coming from, well, some of it's coming from lawyers, law professors, media types, they're acting as though this woman is unqualified a complete buffoon and corrupt to boot.

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Federal Judge Grants Trump's Request to Have a 'Special Master'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Federal Judge Grants Trump's Request to Have a 'Special Master'

"Last couple of hours, there's been news about a special master that has now been appointed in the Trump Mar-a-Lago raid court case. Here to help us unpack this is Mike Davis from the article three project Mike, you've been terrific on all of your commentary on this. Welcome to the program. Mike, what is a special master and what is the significance of this? Story special master is someone who is appointed by a judge to assist the judge usually with the discovery matter. And judge Ken and Eileen canon from the southern districts of Florida, federal judge down there has said that she wants to appoint a special master to do the review of president Trump's rated records. The Biden Justice Department had this unprecedented unnecessary unlawful home grade of a former president who happens to be the current president's chief political enemy. They took 11,000 documents from this home raid and they went to a biased magistrate judge Bruce Reinhart, who just recused from president Trump's civil lawsuit against Hillary Clinton on June 22nd and got him to authorize this home rate, somehow his bias is clear judicial bias under 28 USC four 55 a and canon two and canon two have the judicial candidates magically disappeared over that 6 week period where his clear bias went away. He had a 2017 Facebook post bashing Trump so the Biden Justice Department went down, they judge shot for this judge, got this unprecedented home rate warrants and now judge cannon, I think, is onto them because if you look at her order where she ordered this, she said that she's going to appoint a special master. She talks about quote the swirling allegations of bias and media leaks in this case. She

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Judge's Decision to Appoint a Special Master Is a Big Win for Trump

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Judge's Decision to Appoint a Special Master Is a Big Win for Trump

"In an important victory for Donald Trump, a federal judge in Florida, federal judge Eileen, a cannon. Has ordered the appointment of a special master, what's so special master kind of a an independent adjudicator to go through the materials that were seized at Mar-a-Lago and determine which of them are outside the scope of the warrant, have nothing to do with the confidential and classified materials being sought by the government and have those materials separated out and if necessary returned to Mar-a-Lago and returned to Trump. Now, the Biden DoJ vigorously fought this. The Biden DoJ basically said, hey, listen, we've got an elaborate procedure to separate out the classified materials from the non classified materials. And this is called a filter team. The Justice Department has said that we have a filter team and the filter team can be trusted. The key word is trusted to make this separation. Now, first of all, hold a judge noted your filter team is not really an independent filter team, you just went to the same division of the Biden DoJ that is trying to prosecute Trump, picked out a few of the people in there and said, you get to be on the filter team. It's kind of like taking the prosecution in a murder case. And saying picking up two prosecutors and saying, you're now you're supposed to play the independent role of sorting out the material that is turned over the defense and then you can also decide what material shouldn't be turned over. And so you're basically talking about what people who are working hand in glove with each other, pretending to be have created a kind of wall of separation between the two.

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Judge Orders Release of Detailed List of Property Seized in FBI Raid

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last month

Judge Orders Release of Detailed List of Property Seized in FBI Raid

"And I do need to update you there was a hearing in federal court today a real judge In the southern district of Florida And this is how it's reported by NBC I read it it seemed pretty accurate A federal judge said today she would make a more detailed list of what the FBI seized from former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago state As Lawrence for Trump and the Justice Department faced off in a federal courtroom in Florida for the first time in a case involving the unprecedented search of his home U.S. district judge Eileen cannon did not immediately rule However on the Trump law's request to appoint a special master to review all the evidence seized in the August 8th search to determine whether any of it includes potential attorney client or executive privilege issues Trump lawyers had requested a more detailed inventory of what investigators seized Contending the version they got from the government was too vague They asked for a detailed account of exactly what was seized and where it was located when it was seized By the way these lawyers Trump has now they really are good They are good Trump's team also said they want a third party special master to share all the evidence with them including the affidavit laying out the government's case that was used to get the search warrant in the first place The department of injustice was ready for the possibility of the judge would order that the more detailed list be on sealed saying in a court filing earlier this week the government is prepared given the extraordinary circumstances to unseal the more detailed receipt and provided immediately to plaintiff but whether it's a waiting for it doesn't need a court order to do that

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Trump documents: No immediate ruling on outside legal expert

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Trump documents: No immediate ruling on outside legal expert

"A federal judge has heard arguments over whether an outside legal expert should be brought in to review government records the FBI seized last month from former president Trump's Florida home I'm Ben Thomas with the latest U.S. district judge Eileen cannon did not immediately issue a ruling but appeared to give a boost to Trump's hopes for appointing a special master His lawyers argue it's necessary to allow highly personal information such as diaries or journals to be separated out along with anything else protected by attorney client or executive privilege The Justice Department counters it's already identified materials that could contain such information the presidential documents do not belong to Trump now that he's left office and the appointment of a special master could delay the investigation The judge questioned those arguments asking ultimately what's the harm Canon was nominated for the federal bench by Trump in 2020 I'm Ben Thomas

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DOJ Released Late Photo to Delay Response for Trump's Special Master

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | Last month

DOJ Released Late Photo to Delay Response for Trump's Special Master

"The lawyers say that it was a shockingly aggressive move. I think a lot of people agree with this and they made the filing two weeks after Trump was rated by the bureau. And it went before judge Eileen cannon in the southern district of Florida. And she earlier this she had indicated this weekend that she was leaning towards giving Trump the special master. So the DoJ had until midnight last night to respond to this, and they did. They responded, as I said, with this 36 page document, but what they also did was publish a photo of classified documents on the floor of Mar-a-Lago. And like I said, it had the little container next to it. And they did this as part of the petition for the special master against the special master. To review the article. They said, we don't need a special master. Besides, they've already started going through everything anyway. So if there's anything privileged we should Trump and his lawyers, they've already had eyes on it. Now they said they did it with what's called a taint team. We don't know who is on this team, who appoints them. If the FBI and the DoJ are as biased as it appears, they are, how do we know those people aren't biased? How do we know that that information is never going to be used later? They could just say, oh, well, we know he's got that there. Well, how do you know? Well, we just know we had a confidential informant. Maybe you saw it when you went through this stuff. So the hearing for the special master request from Trump's team is tomorrow. They can file a response to this response from the DoJ to what they just filed. They have to do it today though. Because the hearings tomorrow. And of course, the FBI waited to like almost midnight to release this to give Trump's team the least amount of time possible to respond. Now, Trump has also made a request from the same judge. His team asked that she blocks the government from reviewing the materials that they seized from him estate until the special master is appointed. But since she hasn't done that, they can continue to paw their way through all of this stuff.

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Some newly imported baby formula selling in U.S.

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Some newly imported baby formula selling in U.S.

"Imported infant formula is selling in some grocery stores amid a nationwide baby formula shortage 11,000 bottles of semi lac infant formula were put on sale at a stool Leonard's grocery store in Yonkers New York It was really hard to get We spent months now trying to locate distance We heard about the national shortage Stu Leonard junior says this came from Puerto Rico and they're trying to import more formula from Germany Customers are already gobbling it up We put a limit of two per customer Mom Shakira nooks says it's nice to see formula available again but the stores that do have it That does have it The price is going up And which is not fair for people that you know can't afford it Grandmother Eileen Taylor isn't blaming The White House for the shortage It's not just one thing It's a combination of things She says it's the pandemic and the closure of a formula factory because of contamination I'm Ed Donahue

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"eileen" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

The New Yorker: Poetry

06:26 min | 4 months ago

"eileen" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

"Well, I like that idea. I think it's there too. And this kid who could draw this world, it had been lived in so long. There's something about that kid and you even mentioned this kind of idea of the kid getting in the bath, but also hiding away this secret book. I don't know, there's a lot there to me. I mean, we're still generated by the kid. You know? I feel like listening to the kid. And this sort of start, which loops back to the beginning for me. And this bug bite too could tell this important story. Or have this past, like there's a kind of wonder, but also not wonder. There's also kind of like leave me alone, kid. Leave me alone, mosquito. I got this poem to write, but also that's what the poem's about. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. And then it's like, oh, never mind. It's gone. And it was going to be gone. And so, you know, we're okay with that. I guess, is it got us out? Do your titles come first or last? Do you remember how this one came? I think it was there right away. Because I think I was feeling like, wow. Look at this. You know, it was not feeling. It was just a there was a pre complaint. And I think that was the title, I think. Yeah, I love that. It's a great word. I know. I know, it's like dissolute. It's like so bad. Right, it's not just simply, you know, I don't know. It's a lot of things at once. It's an accusation, but also a state of mind. It's like, put somehow it's baked in, I don't know. There's something about it. That's really great. But it also has this kind of almost pun in it. There is a solution. Somewhere in it. Yes. Yes, which I know. That's funny. I never thought about that, but it's absolutely true. And it's a wet poem so how could it not have that? Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. Well, you brought up one thing I want to ask you about in a bigger way, which is I think contained in the poem too, but do you think poems have changed in the past? A few years you're saying it's a different world in some way. Do you feel like poems have responded to it? Have your poems responded differently to these past few years of pandemic and now war? I mean, how are we as poets dealing with such things? I mean, I guess it's like sort of an awful thing to say, but it's like bad things are really good for business for poets. No. That is a terrible thing to say. Didn't you? I wrote a lot of poems during the pandemic. Interesting. You know? It was very fruitful. And I haven't done much with the state of war, but I've done a lot with other bad things. It's like it puts you on edge because you're already there. That's well said. You know? And I think that, again, it's always that they need us, I think, you know. And even they know it. You know? Right. Well, for me, I definitely pulled out poems that I thought these are really dark and I put them away 'cause they were too dark. I pulled them out at the startup and they were like, these seem like, you know, April 2020, to me, you know, like it felt very urgent suddenly. And I think there's that urgency that I see, at least in the poems that move me. And that are thinking in big ways, but also like you kind of said, there are already on edge. And are able to describe it. That edge of grief and heartbreak that harjo mentions, she doesn't think that's just started, you know? It's eternal in some way. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And writing a poem is never a small act, but I think in enormous times it's smallness does not feel small, you know? It just feels like it's just going into the cracks and saying, wait a second, there's a little space here. Well, and opening a door, a window, a mind, a moment, all those things are really important. And I'm always thinking about the extraordinary in the everyday, but there's also the language that can get lost. In these moments that I think poets, I don't believe they like caretake it, but they pointed out somehow. And because they can be so individual poetry at its best, it somehow is universal. No one else can write the poems we're talking about today. Right. And I think people are all standing around wondering opening doors and doing these things. How can I be here? What should I do right now? And then I think when they pick up a poem and somebody opens a door, it's like, is it better word than universal, but it's like everybody opens the door, you know? It's a collectivity that we need so badly. That's right. Well, and I think that's the thing about the Wii and the eye, we were talking about a little earlier, as the eye in this poem feels so specific, but an eye in a lyric poem or whatever kinds of poems we think we right now. Seem to me capacious. And they invite us in to be that eye for the length of the poem and I like to think a few beats after. Exactly. Exactly. It's a dramatic eye. And so it takes some space. Well, I love your eye and I love talking with you. As usual. So thank you so much for this great conversation. It's been a good conversation. Thank you, Kevin. Dissolution by Eileen miles, as well as Joey harges without can be found on New Yorker dot com. Joy harjo most recently published the memoir, poet warrior. Eileen miles latest collection is evolution. You may subscribe to this podcast, the fiction podcast, the writer's voice podcast, and the politics and more podcast by searching for The New Yorker in your podcast app. You can hear more poetry read by the authors on New Yorker dot com and The New Yorker app, available from the App Store or from Google Play. The theme music is the corner by Christian Scott attune a jeweler. Courtesy of stretch music and rope a dope. The New Yorker poetry podcast is.

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"eileen" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

The New Yorker: Poetry

08:20 min | 4 months ago

"eileen" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

"Then, they read a poem their own that's been published in the magazine. My guest today is the writer Eileen miles, who has published more than 20 books of poetry and prose, and whose honors include the publishing triangle's 2020 Bill Whitehead lifetime achievement award. An American academy of arts and letters award, multiple lambda literary awards in the Guggenheim fellowship. Welcome Eileen, thanks so much for joining. Hey Kevin, I'm glad to be here. So the first poem from the archive you selected to read is without by joy harjo. Tell us what about this particular poem caught your attention while you're looking through the archive? You know, it's pretty recent, so I almost felt like that was cheating, but you know, I just saw it in the fall and a, I like joy so we met a few years ago and we kind of immediately got ahead of each other being peers. And that was interesting to be on this planet in the same amount of time and have things in common and stuff. And so right away, I saw the poem and it just it's spacious. Like, I love a poem that has lots of air between the lines. I read it right away because she's a friend. And first, the title, I think, is amazing because titles of poems are funny because they're like outside the poem and somehow a title like without is sort of like a doubling. Like it seems like very unstable. Like you're outside of the poem and it's almost telling you that it's further out in a way or what does it mean? So I went into the poem with a kind of nice, unsteady abstract feel. And the first line is incredible because it's so full. It's like a thesis statement. It just announces the world will keep trudging through time without us. Well, why don't we listen to the poem? This is Eileen miles, reading without by joy harjo. Without the world will keep trudging through time without us. When we live from the story, contest to fly home. We will be as falling stars to those watching from the edge of grief and heartbreak. Maybe then we will see the design of the two minded creature and know why half the world fights righteously for greedy masters. And the other half is nailing it all back together. Through the smoke of cooking fires, lovers trysts and endless human industry. Maybe then beloved rascal. We will find each other again in the timeless weave of breathing. We will sit under the trees in the shadow of earth sorrows. Watch hyenas drink green and laugh. That was without by joy harjo, which was published in the October 11th, 2021 issue of The New Yorker. Thanks for that great reading of the poem, you were talking about the capacious Ness of that first line. Can you say more about that? Yeah, I mean, I think that there's nothing held back, which in a weird way means that the job of the poem is sort of already done. And then the rest becomes an experience, you know? The thing that's funny about this problem is it keeps ending itself from me. Like, the second one is very funny because when we live from the story contest to fly home, I can't help thinking that's a professional poet line. Over the leaves of thousands of poems, it's a gig. And then you rise up and then fly and it's both the funniness of what we do, but it also seems like about dying. It's very mortal, like flying home where. Sure. You know? But also, without, as you said, it kind of both creates this presence in an absence, which I think is the poet is the person is the eye who won't be there forever, but it's sort of immortal. There's a weird way in which the poem is saying the world will keep trudging through time without us. There's things beyond us, but then at the end, there's that idea of we will sit under the trees in the shadow of earth sorrows, watch hyenas drink rain and laugh, which sounds both far away and maybe a vision of Paradise, but also somehow really EarthBound. And very, very intimate, and then again, very funny. Because, I mean, maybe I've never watched a hyena. Drink rain. And maybe they do that, or maybe they don't do that. But I know that hyenas laugh. So the thing that's so funny is I feel like she squeezed the hyena and the laugh hop to a few words later. And it felt like a human animal moment. Yeah. With the other person and with the hyenas and The Rain. Right. Is that how you see the Wii, you see the Wii as an intimate we or is it a group we, how do you see that? Well, I think I tend to think of this poem as a memorial. I think the sexiness of the beloved rascal. This is either a real cohort or a lover, you know? And rascal is such a good word. It's like the person keeps going after death, you know? They're clearly still in her in some real way. But you know, the line I really want to jump on, which kills me is we will be as falling stars to those watching from the edge. You know, she just such tricky lines because they end and then they don't end and you probably went to McDonald's observatory where you were in Texas. Did you go to the? Oh, I don't think I did. They have a great planetarium here, and they do this amazing thing called a star party. And you go when you sit under the sky and an astronomer with this laser beam points to things. And we looked at the north star, we looked at some star down at the edge, and he said, well, you know, 15,000 years ago, that starred down there, was up where the north star is. And for the first time in my life, I understood space as a sphere as something turning. And this line is like, oh my God, we will be as falling stars to those watching from the edge like, what edge joy. Right. It's very diagrammatic and just really powerful. And then, of course, the undercuts of grief and heartbreak. So it's really architectural, but in big nature. Yeah. I love that architectural and big nature. That's a great name for the aesthetic here, but also I think, you know, she's been port lord for three years and it feels in this poem, like very American, but also global and solar and cosmic in that way. I think that's really what's interesting about that ending. Or the smoke of cooking fires, lovers, trysts, and endless break human industry. Those things seem all quite different. Cooking fires. So primal and dawn of time, same with lovers tryst, I suppose. And then endless human industry, which feels both recent and also eternal somehow. And the opposite of all those other things you just mentioned because all those things are kinds of undoing, like cooking fires, lovers, trysts, it's just like, they're here, but they're always going away kind of. Right, right. And then we're like human industry work work work, you know? And can we say a little more about beloved rascal? One of my favorite terms. Ever. How do you see that? I mean, it's like this moment of speech in a poem that's filled with speech. Right. Rask is one of those words. It's both weirdly animal. Again, it seems to really be referring to an animal quality in a human. And yet I can't help thinking of the person's face when I just think of rascal faces. It's a particular smile. It's a wink. It's like somebody sexy that knows they will get away with it, you know? And that's what you love about them is they're good and bad. So it's a very cartoon word, but it's so deeply deeply fond. You know? Right. Well, and I love this. We will find each other again. In the timeless weave of breathing, after that dash after human industry in a way, it's the only punctuation in the poem. And I love a good dash. I mean, a good dash is like separating us, sending us in the future. It's like an arrow. It's also like an equal sign. It's like the most interesting to me of punctuation, but it's also sort of past Dickinson, but also with her same concerns. It almost is this kind of, I don't know, imagined.

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David Simon and Nina Noble Are an HBO Production Powerhouse

Origins with James Andrew Miller

01:30 min | 6 months ago

David Simon and Nina Noble Are an HBO Production Powerhouse

"In 1998, HBO aired its first big scale miniseries from the earth to the moon. It was originally budgeted and roughly $40 million, but the network followed Tom Hanks passion and wound up spending more than 60 million. Band of brothers, the Pacific, The Sopranos, and many other HBO projects would be beyond costly as well. But David Simon's HBO shows have proceeded down a different financial path. In large part, due to the acumen of his right hand, executive producer, Nina noble. Saunter down the halls of HBO, talk with their production experts, and you're bound to hear the word trust a lot. Trust is a vital ingredient for any network, but particularly so in HBO, where creators and producers are made to feel largely empowered to bring their visions to the screen without being micromanaged. While there is obvious financial supervision, the network wants to be in business with partners who are financially responsible and not spending their days desperately trying to exact more funds. Nina noble doesn't play such games. She has been working at HBO alongside David Simon for more than 20 years, and is part of an MVP triumphant of female powerhouse executive producers at the network, which includes Eileen landress of Sopranos fame and bernadette caulfield, who operated his field marshal on Game of Thrones. Think of all three women as CEOs of these shows, not in the writer's room, but often everywhere else. Noble is known for being a woman of her word and a complex problem solver. You can say she's in the solutions business, and that makes television life infinitely more agreeable for David Simon.

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Eileen Gu nabs second Olympic gold, as Canada takes silver, bronze in freeski halfpipe

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Eileen Gu nabs second Olympic gold, as Canada takes silver, bronze in freeski halfpipe

"San Francisco native and seen China's Eileen who wins the gold medal in the women's freeski halfpipe the eighteen year old who posted a ninety two point two five on her second run to become the first action sports athlete to garner three medals at the same Olympics having also won gold in the freeski bigger and silver in the freeski slopestyle in terms of extreme sports yeah it's a huge honor to be able to be the first first gear to the podium in three events as a woman and also yeah it's makes me very hopeful about what the

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"eileen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:02 min | 7 months ago

"eileen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Month, I'll be your guest host for romantica as we explore the contributions of black women in music. Today's Roman dedicated her life to documenting the traditions of black music in America. Through her work, she illuminated her community's true musical diversity. Please welcome Eileen southern. Eileen stands a Jackson was born on February 19th, 1920. In Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Lila Gibson Jackson and Walter wade Jackson. She was the eldest of three sisters. Her father Walter was a chemist. Eileen said her parents had a tremendous love for music. They were both musicians and sang in church choirs. They even bought a baby grand piano for the house. It was a huge financial sacrifice. But it was the instrument Eileen learned to play on. She gave her first concert at the age of 8. After their parents separated, Eileen and her sisters began splitting time between Minneapolis and few falls, South Dakota. Eileen recalled the days spent with her father and Sioux Falls as the time filled with morning practice and evening music. Eventually, Eileen settled in Chicago with her mother. There she took and taught piano lessons at the Abraham Lincoln Center settlement. At 16 she entered the University of Chicago. She earned two humanities degrees, including her master's degree in music by 21. Eileen's curiosity and thirst for knowledge pushed her into teaching. For the first few years of her career, Eileen mainly taught at historically black colleges and universities in the south. Her opportunities to play were limited by the deep racism of the Jim Crow era. It also affected her daily life, where she could eat, where she could use a public restroom. And where she could live. Throughout the 1940s, Eileen balanced teaching with a concert career and motherhood. She played at Carnegie Hall in New York City, and at Lincoln Center in Chicago. In 1951, Eileen applied to the PhD program in music at Harvard University. She traveled all the way to Cambridge. Only to be told that another black woman had already been accepted into that year's program. Apparently, they had decided that one black person was the limit. Eileen said in a later interview. So instead, Eileen moved to New York City with her family to study and teach. A decade later, in 1961, Eileen earned her PhD from New York University. Eileen was the first black scholar to earn a PhD in musicology in the United States. She taught at various colleges in New York before returning to Cambridge. In 1976, she became the first black woman tenured in the faculty of arts and sciences at Harvard. Things were not easy for Eileen at Harvard. There was a lack of institutional support for black faculty, erasure of her contributions and daily bias. She said how challenging it was in many interviews, yet she also acknowledged what an opportunity it was. And how much she enjoyed working with her students. Somehow, during this decade of immense achievement in her career, she also managed to publish a landmark book. The music of black Americans, a history. At the time, perceptions of the musical contributions of black artists were often limited to jazz. Eileen illuminated the diverse musical traditions of her community. Many of her contemporaries agreed that her book filled a void in the whitewashed history of American music. All of this music comes out of miserable conditions, but the music is produced by people who have a positive attitude towards life. Your life is very difficult, but they look forward to the time when it won't be difficult. In other words, I think the black music has an optimism. In 1976, Eileen and her husband Joseph southern founded the black perspective in music. It was a journal meant to promote and give a platform to scholars of black music. Eileen continued to transform her field and open pathways for future generations of black scholars in music. She received a national humanities medal in 2001 for having helped transform the study and understanding of American music..

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Gu captures gold...who's to blame?

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Gu captures gold...who's to blame?

"AP sports time check Freeman the last night of NBA action before the all star break and the Miami Heat had a satisfying first half the share of Eastern Conference lead with the Chicago Bulls after he went to double overtime to beat Charlotte one eleven one oh seven Kyle Lowry scored twelve of his twenty five in O. T. a huge performance from Joe well MBT he had for forty two the Sixers blew a fifteen point lead or group to win at Milwaukee one twenty three one twenty look at dungeon sporting forty nine in Dallas is one twenty five one eighteen win over New Orleans American born Eileen Group One gold in the women's ski halfpipe representing China gu has won three medals at the winter Olympics in the NHL Toronto goalie Jack Campbell stopped forty five shots and the Leafs beat Pittsburgh forty one college basketball third ranked Arizona pulled away in the second half the top Oregon state eighty three sixty nine college football coach Jim Harbaugh shortly after chatting with the Minnesota Vikings about their head coaching opening agreed to a five year extension with the university of Michigan Chuck Friedman AP sports

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 US women beat Finland 4-1, to face Canada in Olympic final

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

US women beat Finland 4-1, to face Canada in Olympic final

"Americans are sixty minutes away from successfully defending the gold medal in women's ice hockey after beating Finland four to one in Beijing to set up the third state final against Canada Hilary knight had a goal and an assist and Alex Cavellini stopped twenty five shots to help team USA get past the fans elsewhere the American born Eileen Khoo made it through to Tuesday slopestyle finals in freestyle skiing after securing a spot in the top twelve for team China this is a huge honor represent represent and American Mikaela Shiffrin confirm she will race a downhill at the winter Olympics for the first time Tuesday

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"eileen" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"You know, just because they feel so much better. Excellent. Excellent. Well, I can't thank you enough for being on the show for taking the time out of your busy schedule and your career creative inventive schedule. Seem to be your energy is amazing. You know, for considering where you started and where you're at now, like this whole sort of metamorphosis, really. Who you are and where you are today. So thank you for sharing your knowledge and thank you for all of that information. I'm sure that our listeners are feeling like, okay, there's some things I want to start doing. There's some things I need to start looking at. Maybe one thing is to start clearing out or sort of sorting out what of all this covered of all of these things that I'm taking do I really need all of that so thank you so much I leave for joining me today and thank you for sharing with us. I'd love to have you back on the show and talk more because there's so many so many conversations that can happen from here. So we definitely need more time to talk about all of that. So check the show notes, folks for those we're gonna put those links there so how you can reach out to Eileen and her companies and get ahold of her. As you can tell, she certainly knows a lot of things. This thing is going to do this again. I don't know. I shut off my notifications, but for some reason, they still come up on my lap. I don't know why. Apologize for that. Please take a moment to give us a 5 star review and leave a comment, absolutely share this with someone. We love having you on the show. We love talking with all kinds of health professionals and bringing people on here to just continue to share information and knowledge with all of you. Thank you, Eileen. It was a pleasure to have you on, and I can't wait to have you back. Everybody.

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"eileen" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"After a prediction from a gypsy on the doorstep she'd be a great dancer, she took lessons and began work as baby Eileen in working men's clubs, the book is called will she do, and you may have heard it as I did on book of the week read by Eileen last week on radio four. You can, of course, catch back up on that on BBC sounds, but dame Eileen Atkins. Good morning. Good morning. Thank you for joining us today. And I was trying to read that you wrote your memoir in biro in bed. Absolutely. I've just been absolutely fascinated by that talk that you've just had. Because I can't believe my mouth is open. I can't believe that I have my first professional job like 70 years ago. And being outraged to understand to understand that leading men got paid more money than leading women and I'm just appalled. This is still going on in any form. Whatsoever. Well, on that then, because I know we want to talk about where it all began, but did you ever have those conversations? Did you was that done by an agent? Or did you ever talk to your colleagues, your male colleagues? What your money is usually done by an agent, but I didn't have one for the first 12 years, so I did my own money. And I do remember having an argument on a tour we were doing where I was told that everyone had got the machine amount of money. We were touring for 11 pounds a week and that was it. There was no way I could have any more. And then I got very friendly with one of the men. And he I said, I find it so hard, getting digs and having enough money on what they're paying us. And he said, yes, 13 pounds doesn't go very far, does it? And I realized that I was getting 11, and he was getting 13. And I went straight to the management and said, how dare you? You said it was equal pay for everybody. And I did get equal pay for everybody. Did you? Yes. And it was complete lie, everybody had a different amount of money. You know, and they had to put everybody right, and we all got 13. But I think one of the one of the great taboos is still talking about money. I'm very open. I tell people how much I'm getting for movies and things like that. And they look at me in horror, thinking is she going to expect me to tell her how much it's not spoken about? Why do you think you've got that openness? Oh, because I'm too blunt. That's definitely comes across, which is why one of the reasons I enjoyed the book. But do you think it was also your background as well, being very straightforward about things and where you've come from? Yes, I don't know how straightforward my mother and father were, but they produced a child who was very, but it's like this. You know, well, I have that. I just was, I think, blunt from quite a young, young age. But my I think, I think I was pretty clear that my..

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"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Salem. I want to go back to our virtual fans. Dana from indiana. A question for camille. Hi camille what do you think about or not calling out l. Vpn instagram saying that. She doesn't have the balls to come back to the show. I didn't know that happened. That's news to me. Ooh i'm not sure what i think about this because this the first time. I'm hearing it. Are you in touch with camille once in a while we do talk yes. I haven't spoke to a few weeks. Yes we stay in touch. Cool all right kayla from pittsburgh as a question for eileen the nda camille you look great. I love your artois train. Your plumbing yes. Wow that's intense so it's actually a blanket to why but anyway eileen yeah now now that you brits earned two days of our lives does that make you. Consider returning to wyan as ashley abbott. Well i'm actually not doing days. I'm doing the spinoff which is streaming on the peacock beyond salem. But i've thought i left young and restless but they're nice enough just to have me on once in a while so i have my freedom which is what i really wanted so i'm kind of doing both. It's the best of all worlds for me right now. Well camille and i lead of certainly cross paths in hollywood. But how do they stack up at idea. Who's crossing whom i wanna find out. What the real housewives of beverly shrill 's i'm gonna present screengrabs a beverly hills housewives mid rage youtube. Tell me who was at the receiving end of each blow boy okay. Who were kim. And kyle yelling out.

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"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Public opinion is really ways in a lot on a big case. Like this and everything. That's going down. And i i wouldn't be posted and i know my lawyers would give me advice. I stay off social media. And if you do don't bring up anything you just don't want put it out there. Just terrible ambers. Five thirteen from south. Australia wants to know if you think it was fair for dorito to label sell a bully now. I don't think such a big word. And i don't think that what guard cell did was a bully thing at all by the way. I'm assuming eileen that you've known gar sell from acting in and around no not true not true. I met her for the first time at. Kyle's party a well i'm a big fan. I like her a lot. Yeah john l. Wants no both of you. If you think crystals leather pants were really that ugly camille. I still see three. I wasn't a fan of her pants. Okay well that's okay. Eileen i liked and actually that whole paper bag by camille no wants to know if you regret walking off your last for union or was it. Warranted was an epic walk-off. I've never seen the dress come off as you. I mean that was incredible is trying to get my mike. I know you were off. Often love it. Who's up to the mike but no. I don't regret that. In fact i had a feeling that you wouldn't tonight instead of giving traditional mazal of the day tonight i just. It's our first show back after the break. And i wanted to say a few words about the late. Great greg leaks. Who passed away last week. I always call him pastor leaks kind of jokingly but he was always such a strong wise voice of reason on and off the real housewives of atlanta and greg leaks. I gotta tell you something about him. He was the only person that i know could ever even think of who could enter a room and command. Everyone's respect in the room no matter what. The level of discord was between everyone in the room. Everybody respected greg leaks and everybody loved him above all else. Greg was a loving devoted father and husband tonini and the entire leaks family. We send you all of our love..

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"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"True shady one. More question eileen. What's the biggest amount of acting. You've witnessed from your fellow soap star. Lisa arena on housewives. Oh but the big you know. She's a performer. All right. she's a reformer. Thank you shady diamond. Thank you. I mean i lead. It seems like the one of one of the writers for days. Might have been a housewives fan. You think yeah. And also i mean when i was told that that was going to be you know part of the thing i was just like i loved it so much. I know lisa did too. We were screaming so funny. That's very funny. Okay let's take some questions for virtual fans jessica and tara from michigan. I have a question for camille high making meal. Mike byrd camille Do you feel that. Kyle is being pernicious again by pushing sutton to be more honest to eric. Kathy's dinner party. Especially when kyle has also showed doubts in her confessional about erica. Yes you do fairly o'shea by the way you know both of your reactions to erica asking sutton if she wants to get sued and her saying she's not making threats she's making promises. What was your reaction to that. I lean yeah. I thought that was a little. That was a little tough. I mean that was a little scary. I wouldn't want that coming at me especially you know so. Close you to camille. Yeah that was harsh. I you know you don't wanna be threatened with a lawsuit and it. it was. it was definitely. It was a promise so it wasn't even a threat right even scarier here is courtney from illinois with the question for eileen. Hi courtney i i lean. Since you've been on the receiving end of one of erica's blowups. What was your reaction to her freaking out longer. So when she brought up town calling her every day you know what honestly your first miserable reaction is a little bit much right. But there's so much that goes on behind the scenes. To and i kind of know that world and i know both sides so i'm always looking at both sides of it. I thought it was a little harsh. You know aren't. I don't know i don't know okay. Also no no no go ahead. I keep cutting you. I mean it's okay. it's okay. I'm allowed today I don't know. I just think that there's so much that is is in all of this that we're seeing this much. The real housewives of beverly hills is not a documentary. It's it's a reality show and there's a lot we're not seeing so i'm kind of you know seeing a lot of stuff from just my own history on show thank you virtual audience. Lisa g wants to know what you guys think of ourselves and lisa arenas tiff tonight should ourselves feel like an outsider in the with the group is lisa reaching a little by saying she's upset with ourselves for not texting to thank harry for his sauce. Eileen yeah i didn't get that. Because if garcia i thought i would probably do that i mean. She thanked her in real time when she dropped off the sauce. Right she dropped the sas. I would i would be. I would be fine with that. Thank you. I wouldn't need another text. Camille alex age wants to know if you think there's a double standard with the women pushing sutton to be more honest but when you express your feelings about reach finances in the past renna criticized you for being too honest yes. They're very hypocritical. This group and i'm going to go back to the gar sell feeling like she's an outsider. I've been their season nine. So i felt that those girls that was all of them as a group. The fox force five right rupe felt that so i felt like i was an outsider. So i understand where gar sell how she feels and where she's at brindisi. Br uc that eileen o. Definitely i mean. I think the the girls that have been working together. The longest who've been on the show are going to have more of a bond because they've kind of you know gone through more together right. Brendan t wants. No i lean of you. Talked with rennaissance. The rumors came out about a million scott. Disick allegedly breaking up. Well we were texting last night and this morning but that was not mentioned. Okay interesting for both of you. Karen w wants to know what you think of kathy. Hilton this season. Have you been enjoying her camille. You've known a long time right. Yes i think she's a who i love she's much needed comic relief. The show being very heavy this season. So i think she's been great too. I did too by the way. andy. I think you've got a great balanced cast this season. I mean it's a really nice balance. And i just want to also say there's my husband. I think he and cathy went out. One time like back in the day through style. I know also wants to know if both of you agree with dorito and pk. That erica social media posts during all this or a little inappropriate given. What's going on in her life. Camille is nodding vigorously. Yeah i he's right on. I mean wow he hit the nail on the head because.

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"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"So careers. Like hers are hard to come by and her friend. Alison knows how will all die. It's what's what happens. Live with camille. Meyer eileen davidson now. Is i'm your host. Andy cohen back from summer. Hiatus ready to catch up with two gems who once held diamonds. All i polish off a drink here to weigh in on all the pernicious happenings on bravo these days. It's two former real outside. Beverly hills camille. Meyer hi camille. Eileen davidson you can catch. I lean in the miniseries days of our lives beyond salem. do episodes airing through friday on hancock. Cockley arena also stars okay. I wanna talk about. Tonight's episode of beverly hills camille. You did the original dinner party for from mel. This was billed as part two. What was your reaction to erica's erica's aggression towards sutton tonight. I was surprised trillion aggressive. It was scary for me to watch. I haven't seen that side of erica. what about you. Eileen well i mean obviously. It was a pretty strong reaction. But she's under so much pressure from i. I can't even imagine the pressure. She's under from all sides and then being in the microscope. That's the real housewives and you're sitting there and you know you have to take it. I don't know. I had so many feelings so many feelings because on one hand it was a lot to take in and i. I don't feel happy for sutton but on the other hand I don't know it's just ugly. Situation is tragic by the way on every side right. I mean the whole thing. We got a lot of questions for both of you wanting to know what you think of renaissance different approach to what erica's going through verses. Her approach in past seasons towards denise and vander pomp and other issues. That have come up. Eileen you're you're good buddies with renault renault what do you think. Well i wasn't. I wasn't a huge fan of what happened to these last year. I mean i thought it was. You know kind of over the top. It just didn't make lisa look great but again you're on a show and i know that you're expected at have things happen and I wasn't a big fan of what happened to denise that being said. I think that has a lot to do why she's maybe pulling back this year. You know. you can't always be the person that's going in. I mean. I think i understand that from being on the show that we understand how that works so it's not a black and white situation. I could go on though. Sorry go ahead go ahead go ahead go ahead. No you take on. So how do i feel about it. I just feel that yes. It's a little hypocritical of lisa. Renna to go so hard on her. Good friend denise and be light unquestioning of erica and again going back to what irene said. it's you know i understand. There's a pressure are these girls to you. Know get their story out or get a say. Their opinion sought yes their opinions. And you know so. I could see also the other side like you know that she's taking a little breather from that but i would like to see her. Step it up a bit. More with erica Camille both of you. Have either of you been in touch with erica. Through the last year now. I was never very close erica. She was always pretty cold to me so now. And you eileen. I have texted her a couple of times. I haven't heard back but she does She does comet through social media a little bit on like my instagram post. So i know that she's there and again. Listen it's a crazy world that she's in. I can't even imagine the first thing. I think that needs to be acknowledged victims. I mean that has to be all always the priority of this conversation. I think what she's going through. Though as a side to that is hellish. I mean her world did completely collapse. Well speaking of social media camille your frequent tweets about housewives. Drama have left us house tag blast. But you're hot takes may leave some beverly hills. Ladies vary hashtag stressed. So it's time to defend tweet controversy. College posted argue your point of view on august nineteenth. You said we've filmed in the bahamas season nine. We're all swimming in the water. I don't remember seeing erica's mascara iran after swimming underwater. Just say do you think that she wore that non waterproof mascara on purpose. Is that what you're saying. Possibly classic camille shoulders shrug on august in in regards to door. Reet you tweeted. She really doesn't have a storyline. You you stand by that. Well now she's getting into the fray a little more but in the beginning of the season to midseason schubert's pretty non existent. Okay pretty fashion August eighteenth you said. You tweeted a crying laughing emoji in response to a video of carcelle calling eddie. A anat that That.

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Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

Radio Boston

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

"With us. Today dr cassandra. Peer returns dr piers acting hospital epidemiologist and an infectious diseases physician at boston. Medical center welcome back. Dr pierre great to be here and we have a new addition to ask the docs this week. Dr eileen costello. The chief of ambulatory pediatrics. Also at boston medical center dr castillo. Nice to have you join us. Welcome to ask the doctors my pleasure being here all right so dr pierre. I'm going to start with you. We are seeing we. We've got this these competing data points. Okay we're seeing an increase in cases in massachusetts roughly seventeen percent more cases in the state last week over the week before according to the state's department of public health at the same time the commonwealth is still ranked forty fourth among us states where corona virus is spreading the fastest. So most states have it worse than we do right now weighing those two kind of data points. How concerned are you about delta right now in massachusetts. Well i think he really to let go of the concern You know we're in a point whereas you've been mentioning. Schools are reopening. Some businesses are reopening as well and many have been incredibly thoughtful about the plans for reopening in terms of distancing and vaccine recommendations and masks But you know as we come back from labor day weekend. There's always the concern of having an intensifying number of cases that is spread within those work school and then social networks The nice thing. Well the thing that we have to fall back on as are higher relative relatively higher vaccination rates so our hope is that we will not see an increase as high as we did last fall and winter however there is some evidence that there probably will be a continued increase in november of cases that we see.

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"eileen" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Because the amazing person she has the amazing businesswoman. She is and everything she's doing in life absolutely crush it so i would like to introduce you to our guests. Eileen wiler eileen welcome to click buttons radio thank you miles. I am so pumped to be here and so pumped for f. h. l. Well my gosh. I can't believe like we always do. The countdown we. Sometimes we have it up on the screen but then other times we take it down. Because it like stresses us out on the timer recording this we are thirty. Four days away from funnel half. Oh it feels like we were just like at one hundred and ninety and then you're in town. What was that beginning at noon If you had forever because it was like ninety seven as or something like that. Yeah yeah it'll be. It'll never happen right but now we're like oh man like month away so yeah. How are you feeling about your presentation your slot. oh man. I'm so excited about speaking. Because the reason what were the reasons why is because the people who come to f h l are some of them like the funnest coolest most enthusiastic most generous hearted entrepreneurs on the internet. And when we're all together it just like a little explosion happening. So they're the i think they're going to be like the funnest. People speak to such a great audience and i think this year even different than it's ever been before i actually like a lot of us have been kind of cooped up but like just act or have held ourselves back from going and doing some of these things you know the last eighteen months and i don't know if you remember when you showed up in june like it it was kind of people can be. You know scared to be here and it was like the giant party of sixty people i clicked on. I know we. I think we were hugging people at a frequency in a rate that i have never because everyone was so excited like be with other entrepreneurs and then be like in the room at click funnels headquarters. We were like this is this is it. Yeah it was. It was so excited like the electric and it was. Smaller likes kelvin. There's always sixty people and like like you said i. I should more hands and hugged more people in thirty minutes than i did. Eighteen hole months so it was super exciting. And so i think what you just mentioned about the energy and the type of people that they are even going to be more amplified and the people watching online too. I think it's not just going to be the people in the room. I think it's going to be. It's just gonna be such like a coming together of the best people on the internet. Who really want overdeliver. So it's like every person who's going to get a ticket is is going to be amazing. I think so too. And i'm glad you brought that up because we've been working hard with external company on. How do we really bring that live in person. Experience to our virtual attendees. You have some fun. Things planned for them like the they may not know this yet but they'll be signing a media release pretty much faces could be popping up any other time. We got screens and all sorts of places that we plan on having so you may sit next to russell. Face appears look exactly like we're we plan on having a ton of fun with it and all we probably maybe after this episode we finished recording. I can tell you all the things we're doing 'cause like the state we have this year's insane like it just gets bigger and better every year russell's vision and so all. I want all the secrets i know. I told you a secret earlier but we won't tell anybody else. We won't tell anybody else is going to be. It's going to be life changing. It's going to. I think so too. It's going to be absolutely incredible and speaking of life changing. I'm glad you said those few words. I kinda wanna talk about your path to the funnel hacking stage. Like where you started in really where you start picking up momentum and understanding like this game of entrepreneurship that that we're all playing and then really have that you on stage at tunnel hacking. Live one hundred percent you know. It started miles at f. H. l. in twenty eighteen. Because i'd never heard of will hacking live a friend of mine followed russell and she said oh my gosh. I'm going to this marketing convention. Do you wanna come. And and then she sent me. The link. And i was who i can't. I can't afford to Actually we were pastors at the time at a church and my husband was uber driving to support our family. So i couldn't afford that so she's like i got your ticket out your ticket. Just come. I was like cool. Yeah like i could be like a good writer. Dai buddy like i'll just come along have fun so sitting in the back and miles like from the very first session. I was like what is happening. Care what what's going on because it was so riveting and so an and people were using all these words. I didn't understand what they were saying miles because they were using words like funnel and like. Oh te'o bump and they were throwing out like acronyms like dom go like ltv and an ac tv. And i was taking notes. I started taking notes and then russell gets up there and just starts pouring out his heart just doing what rustled us right and i was like listen. I don't even know what's going on here. But i am a hundred percent in. I don't have a click funnels account. I.

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Olympians: Pat McCormick

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Olympians: Pat McCormick

"Today's olympian is known as one of the most determined divers in history. The first diver to win four gold medals. She now dedicates her life to inspiring young people. Everywhere let's talk about pat mccormick. Pat was born on may twelfth nineteen thirty and seal beach california. She was one of three siblings and spent much of her childhood performing bold. Stunts like cannonball often nearby bridge pat honed her swimming and diving skills at the local. Ywca to afford bus fare to and from the pool had performed odd jobs around town like mowing lawns cleaning houses and iron includes in nineteen forty seven a coach from the los angeles athletic club named eileen allen spotted pat and invited her to train professionally pad accepted the offer and so began her lifelong dedication to diving. Pat's childhood daredevil. Streak showed in her professional diving. After acclimating to the ten meter diving platform she soon started practicing advanced dives. That only men were doing at the time she became the first diver to perform a double somersault with the double twist. Pats dedication pushed the athletes around her to train harder to in nineteen forty. Eight hat missed qualifying for the olympic team by a tenth of a point though she felt crushed by the failure. She was motivated to try even harder to realize her dream. Pat practiced eighty to one hundred dives. A day six days a week until the next olympics rolled around today high divers practice and harnesses the protect them from harsh impact with the water in the event of a mistake but pat had to practice with no aids. She wore t-shirts over her swimsuit to reduce the number of welsh. She got from hitting the

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South Florida reports surge in COVID-19 variant cases

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

South Florida reports surge in COVID-19 variant cases

"South Florida is seeing a surge of covert 19 variant case is increasing the need to get more people vaccinated more than 60% of the randomly screened Kobe cases in South Florida are coming back Puss. It is for the UK variant, the UK variant is more contagious and a little bit more prone to disease and illness. Dr. Eileen Marty says. If I use lab has also found the California and New Mexico variants. The CDC is reporting Florida's nearing 1100 confirmed UK, Brazilian and South African various

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The number one way to show you care and connect with clients

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

05:09 min | 1 year ago

The number one way to show you care and connect with clients

"Eileen welcome to the show as a way of getting status tolls about yourself. Thank you hello. Brian great to meet you. Thanks for having me on this show. So i am the founder and ceo packed with purpose. We are a corporate gifting company with a social mission so we provide an alternative to the traditional corporate but all of the products in our gift boxes do good so they create a social impact in how to come up with this idea. Yes so my background has been wonderful. Dance between social impact in business and marketing. So a few stops along the way. I was a peace corps volunteer years ago in paraguay then also worked in social impact advisory work so right. Before i started packed with purpose i was actually consulting to chief sustainability officers in marketing executives. Trying to help them figure out how to invest their corporate social responsibility dollars to both have a business return but also a societal impact so it was a typical cold day in chicago in december and our office was riddled with ubiquitous holiday. Gift and i was just looking around saying there's gotta be a better corporate gift. There's gotta be way for a vendor or a client to say thank you. And that's when. I had the initial idea behind putting together gifts where all products had a really unique story and actually contributed to the greater good in their community. Cool and so. How do you start. Where do you start. Well i i always say you just have to start somewhere and it's definitely not perfect but you have to start and if you start talking out loud and getting people's feedback you can hopefully start taking it down the path of what eventually your target market is going to be interested in so I actually founded the company in two thousand and sixteen. And the way i got it. Initially off the ground was put together a really low fidelity prototype so i- crowd. Sourced logo came up with a name but together that was passable and i had a first birthday party for my daughter and is a parting gift to all of my friends in the adults there i gave them a pack perfect gift and i told them that i'd be following up with them for a five to ten minute market research call to basically elicit their responses into get their thoughts so that was the first version of packed with purpose as we know it. Obviously it's evolved a lot. Since then where do you find the people generating the gifts. Yeah so we affectionately. Call our suppliers purposeful purveyors and our purveyors primarily are based all over the states so their social enterprises or purpose driven companies in l. a. Detroit chicago miami. I can give you a few examples because it really helped bring it to life so that people can and how are gifts created an impact so we were with the wonderful social enterprise. Right outside of washington. Dc that works with women who might have previously been homeless. They might have various various to To employment they could also have been survivors of abuse in their part of this incredible social enterprise at basically teaches than baking and cooking skills through the production of various products that they make like granola cookies which we then source for gifts. And it's a way for them to get their safe certification so that they can find gainful employment actually land on their feet half financial stability when they graduate from the program so we're the recipients of their products that we carried in our gifts or another example. There's a wonderful organization that provides employment to adults with disabilities and they make a whole range of cookies than toffees chocolate covered pretzels. And it's through both the housing program and a personal professional development program to these adults with disabilities and we source those products in our in obviously in are providing them with all of those amazing opportunities through that organization. How do you find your clients. Yeah so you know. One dominated do the work that i've been doing. I was exposed to a lot of social enterprises through my particular job and it's really a tight ecosystem so we started working with some organizations. Let's say in detroit. They would ask us. We'll have you heard of these other ones or when we worked with an organization that may be served a particular population whether it was youth or women or individuals that were previously homeless. You know there's a tight ecosystem where they wanna help each other. So i would say if i. It was a lot of referrals Also then his evolved towards a lot of the research that we do in that were looking for you know certain types of organizations where they have to have truly a high level of impact. They have to have high quality products. Whether it's something that you're consuming or it's highly functional like a journal or tumbler. it's gotta look good

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"eileen" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"There has not been any known site of tom. And i lean launer grun Nothing else is washed ashore. There is absolutely nothing else to indicate what exactly happened to them. So what do you think. Do you think that that. Tom had a suicide. Had a death. Wish and he basically brought eileen into the fray and brought her into something. It was very clear from the diary entries that tom had a death wish and was concerned. Eileen very clearly was concerned that something would happen to her and it does not seem that eileen wanted to die also if you take into account the slate that someone that people found it seems like they were in distress. Someone was making a call for help. So it's all very fascinating and it's all incredibly incredibly sad. But i want to know what you guys think. Do you think that they kill themselves. Do you think there is a suicide pact. Do you think there was a murder suicide. Pack do you think thought. I lean predicted her own demise at the hands or just involvement of her husband. Tom or do you think. They faked their deaths in their off somewhere in australia. A rainforest or somewhere living life living their bus lives and if you have not seen open water get the chance to see the first one It really really does a great great great job. It just conveying the camerawork a bobbing camera. And that's actually something that no one had really seen before in film. Is they pretty much. Set the camera on the water. I watched the making of. And i mean these actors were absolutely incredible in the film. Obviously they are attacked by sharks and killed you know ultimately by sharks and that's why this case got so much media attention is because everyone knows how shark-infested australia is everyone. Just defaulted to our killed by sharks and that was pretty much the narrative the entire time that this case was being discussed during and after everyone pretty much immediately defaulted to while they either fake third us suicide or sharks and so it became this kind of huge being especially in western media like in the united states and europe that they were eaten by sharks so it's spawned the movie open water which then in turn became one of the the big shark movies ever made the cause of it. Check it out. If you haven't. It is one of my personal favorites but there is a very very and very very sad case spine so that is it for today. Guys had to do one of my personal favourite cases. My favorite mysteries i guess again you can find us. We saw the devil.

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"eileen" Discussed on Northstar Big Book

Northstar Big Book

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"eileen" Discussed on Northstar Big Book

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"eileen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"eileen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Traffic and weather together we're back we'll hear from Eileen's your in a minute but right now less than that depending on how long has has share with others say we we we are not reopen because we never close up so here we are very much brought to you by the Thomas levee project and right now he spent eighty out of Taylor road northeast corner we have a four vehicles traffic hazard is what they're saying I'm not sure exactly how that works but that's what they're saying and again I'm not going to argue with the CHP otherwise once we're out there he's been a Douglas Boulevard we've got a couple of lift players in the number three and four lanes of the roadway up there so be careful again not sure what kind of craziness going on out there otherwise freeways moving along very nicely here on your Monday evening and garden highway is closed in Sacramento for my five western gateway oaks for levee improvement work through may thirty first local restaurants and businesses remain open for business visit the Thomas levy's dot com for details and alternate routes traffic on the tens every ten minutes morning and afternoons Dana has news ninety three point one K. if we get all right thank you and now let's talk to meteorologist I lean G. for about this system that we've got Hey Eileen Hey good afternoon Katie I yet this evening all the storms that are around now should be wrapping up we've had pretty active weather near around Roosevelt and Lincoln highway sixty five also easy velcro there's a pretty nasty thunderstorms sell their crop and hail we've been pretty decent rain yesterday from the start of the fifteen awesome Faulkner football couple of inches of rain so that's always welcome before we get into the heart of dry season but this system is moving out tomorrow we're just left with a couple of showers and storms mainly over the higher terrain the foothills of the mountains the valley should remain dry but relatively cool for this time of year in the seventies once we get into Wednesday and beyond look for temperatures in the eighties and it looks like that nice weather in the eighties but the thing about a son should hold as we get into the holiday weekend excellent news there yeah that is great news because Memorial Day weekend is upon us lately yeah and everybody wants to get outside and breathe some fresh air and we can do it no doubt yeah great thank you so very much and we've got to sixty eight in Sacramento and let's check in Eldorado hill sixty three and sixty one business and money news let's get that from Kelly brothers Genevieve's Burford and brothers more damage done by the economic shutdown specialty's cafe and bakery closing all locations including two in Sacramento they're pretty blood in their statement the shelter in place order just decimated their revenues they're shutting down they say they will not come back also you have J. C. Penney entering chapter eleven bankruptcy uber letting go of three thousand people shutting down a lot of their offices as well but hope on Wall Street today as there was news of successful phase one testing of a Madura vaccine it we'll see how that goes in phases two and three also drawn Palin sixty minutes last night saying he is not out of ammunition and he's gonna do whatever it takes to keep us out of depression let's check the final numbers today because the market roared ahead the S. and P. is now up three percent over the last twelve months despite the fact the economy in many respects is in shambles Dow up nine eleven a twenty four five ninety seven nasdaq up to twenty of ninety two thirty for the S. and P. at ninety points or better than three percent gold out twenty three at seventeen thirty four ounce ten year bond yield point seven three all right our thanks to Kelly there at K. F. B. K. well the president trump this afternoon once again predicting victory over code nineteen during a meeting on economic opportunity zones at the White.

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"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"On April twenty two nineteen ninety eight almost three months after the loan agains went missing Police confirmed that they were extending their investigation into the couple's disappear earns based on new information that come to law the diaw that the Tom and Dr Lane vanished a boat from by the quicksilver diving company took a large group of Italian tourists. Yet to the Rafer diving session the escape claimed to have heard American accents on board which stood out against the Italian voices ahead can was conducted when the vessel returned to shore revealing three more passengers aboard than when the group departed a month later the owner of a port. Douglas Bookstore told the press that on Tuesday January twenty seven an American couple lent at her store and purchased six postcards into maps of the northern territory. Unlike other American tourists who would typically chatty. This couple were timid and quiet. The Mayo said they had been working in fe. Aj and to Darnley Bainian Australia for a few days. The store and had reported the incident to police shortly after hearing of the longines disappearance currence but it was wakes before they to occur official statement a police spokesperson stated. They had included a report in their investigation but I believe that there was a quote brazen about chance. She was mistaken if people are going to fight their own disappearance. Why would they go back to did the town you disappeared from and declare yourself as American from Fe? J. Waste laid off on Friday June twenty six nineteen ninety. Eight to fishermen would trolling and mangrove swamp near Archer Point one hundred and seventy five kilometers north of port. Douglas when they came. I'm across a weathered diva's slight the devoss similar in appearance to a small whiteboard was used for communicating underwater. That Red Monday January twenty six nineteen ninety eight eight. Am to anyone who can help. Thus we have been abandoned. Don't Agean Quote Rafe by 'em via dirig- please hoped to rescue us before we die help..

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"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In contrast case investigators were certain Tolman Darlene. Where the lead detective Sajjan in pull praised told current fish? Oh Twenty twenty this Boston poor and safe away. Stage your own disappearance than to get on a boat jump in the say. have some expectation that there's going to be a flawed headcount. You're going to be missed on the log or you're in collaboration with the skipper burned crew of that vessel. You've got a submarine somewhere in the neighborhood. It didn't take too much to realize that this wasn't a case of stage disappearance disappearance. It's quite simply that they'd been left. At Sea Gra godless the public obsession with uncovering the truth. Lead to bizarre. and to desperate acts channel ten reporters conducted an interview with Bob. Shane Divina who claimed he could find missing paypal people as they filmed him overlooking the Queensland Coast Flon and making he's predictions echo drive pasta filming location with a coupling sawed that unused the news crew believed with a London's night chased the vehicle down only to discover out the pair restrictions other experts were certain Tom and lane never left. The coral say the several kilometers swim to the nearest pontoon surrounding boats or channel market. Bacon would have been a far more demanding venture than skeptics assumed. The payroll only had five hours of daylight remaining to make the journey in blistering thirty five degrees. Hey against strong currents that would have been pushing them further out to say professor. Roger Hughes an expert in Oceanography repeat from the University of Melbourne explained to that from Todd viewpoint the Great Barrier Reef could be described as gigantic bathtub. Quite uh as the todd comes in at fills quickly from the open sea the ocean flows into the Rafe Lock. Water ever flowing from Tob uh on the EB going taught and massive volume of water empty slowly into the ocean across race into narrow channels code chug point joint. The area where the London's had been diving was wrought me one of those choke points and the Todd said already started to turn bought thirty. PM moving spades of up to one not by seven fifteen pm. That was estimated. The couple were likely carried. Three nautical miles wiles West towards the coast with no choice but to tread water the entire talk when not descended. The rausing todd would have flowed load the aced taking the loggins towards the outer wall of the Rafe and dean to wipe in waters. An article featured in the age is newspaper. Explained that in order for Tom Doyle Lane to stay together. They would've needed to weigh the hold hands or used white less daunting belt to ball align themselves had to die managed to survive. I thought they would have been severely dehydrated disoriented by the following morning storms on the days following may have given them the opportunity to collect fresh water though contrary to some reports they're wearing date deadly shocks is present in the area posing lingering danger in the months preceding the incident. Local fishermen reported seeing more shocks than ever in the surrounding waters off the Rafe. One said they're a target shocks out. There talk is do not just rushing and bought. They take a couple of hours to make up their mind into that. He's a very frightening. You lose your loved one to a tiger and you witness it into now. You're next. Police had conducted a search of the loan against hostile room and defend their personal stories in the safe along with that poss- ports and traveler's checks. Both diaries included several entries that indicated the couple bang going through impersonal trauma with tomes writings noted as particularly introspective and somewhat morose compared to those of his wife investigators investigators withheld the Dory's contents from the public that clarified that NATO contained anything. That suggests that that. That's all Mauroy Lane intended to win. Their lives is nevertheless. The press circulated a new theory that the couple had made the carried out a joint suicide or that. Tom had a quote death. Death wish into orchestrated murder-suicide plotted say. Some believed Tom may have wanted to die alongside his wife but withheld upheld this from her and allowed her to pass away unaware of easing tensions due to their religious beliefs that those who ended therein lives would be denied access to Hazan.

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"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In contrast case investigators were certain Tolman Darlene. Where the lead detective Sajjan in pull praised told current fish? Oh Twenty twenty this Boston poor and safe away. Stage your own disappearance than to get on a boat jump in the say. have some expectation that there's going to be a flawed headcount. You're going to be missed on the log or you're in collaboration with the skipper burned crew of that vessel. You've got a submarine somewhere in the neighborhood. It didn't take too much to realize that this wasn't a case of stage disappearance disappearance. It's quite simply that they'd been left. At Sea Gra godless the public obsession with uncovering the truth. Lead to bizarre. and to desperate acts channel ten reporters conducted an interview with Bob. Shane Divina who claimed he could find missing paypal people as they filmed him overlooking the Queensland Coast Flon and making he's predictions echo drive pasta filming location with a coupling sawed that unused the news crew believed with a London's night chased the vehicle down only to discover out the pair restrictions other experts were certain Tom and lane never left. The coral say the several kilometers swim to the nearest pontoon surrounding boats or channel market. Bacon would have been a far more demanding venture than skeptics assumed. The payroll only had five hours of daylight remaining to make the journey in blistering thirty five degrees. Hey against strong currents that would have been pushing them further out to say professor. Roger Hughes an expert in Oceanography repeat from the University of Melbourne explained to that from Todd viewpoint the Great Barrier Reef could be described as gigantic bathtub. Quite uh as the todd comes in at fills quickly from the open sea the ocean flows into the Rafe Lock. Water ever flowing from Tob uh on the EB going taught and massive volume of water empty slowly into the ocean across race into narrow channels code chug point joint. The area where the London's had been diving was wrought me one of those choke points and the Todd said already started to turn bought thirty. PM moving spades of up to one not by seven fifteen pm. That was estimated. The couple were likely carried. Three nautical miles wiles West towards the coast with no choice but to tread water the entire talk when not descended. The rausing todd would have flowed load the aced taking the loggins towards the outer wall of the Rafe and dean to wipe in waters. An article featured in the age is newspaper. Explained that in order for Tom Doyle Lane to stay together. They would've needed to weigh the hold hands or used white less daunting belt to ball align themselves had to die managed to survive. I thought they would have been severely dehydrated disoriented by the following morning storms on the days following may have given them the opportunity to collect fresh water though contrary to some reports they're wearing date deadly shocks is present in the area posing lingering danger in the months preceding the incident. Local fishermen reported seeing more shocks than ever in the surrounding waters off the Rafe. One said they're a target shocks out. There talk is do not just rushing and bought. They take a couple of hours to make up their mind into that. He's a very frightening. You lose your loved one to a tiger and you witness it into now. You're next. Police had conducted a search of the loan against hostile room and defend their personal stories in the safe along with that poss- ports and traveler's checks. Both diaries included several entries that indicated the couple bang going through impersonal trauma with tomes writings noted as particularly introspective and somewhat morose compared to those of his wife investigators investigators withheld the Dory's contents from the public that clarified that NATO contained anything. That suggests that that. That's all Mauroy Lane intended to win. Their lives is nevertheless. The press circulated a new theory that the couple had made the carried out a joint suicide or that. Tom had a quote death. Death wish into orchestrated murder-suicide plotted say. Some believed Tom may have wanted to die alongside his wife but withheld upheld this from her and allowed her to pass away unaware of easing tensions due to their religious beliefs that those who ended therein lives would be denied access to Hazan.

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"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

09:55 min | 3 years ago

"eileen" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"News concerning discovery we spread to other crewmembers prompting them together. At the adder edge offices to discuss the Meta Jackman had arranged the unclaimed contents of the diving driving back GonNa catch and kept repeating to he stuff. This is all very suss. The woollard authentified the items as belonging belonging to an American couple. thirty-three-year-old Tom Lung again. and He's twenty eight-year-old Wafaa Lane. This shoes were still in the racks at the dock. Doc and stuff recognized the clothing as having been worn by the couple prior to them changing into their wetsuits. Don't have companies were required. Indicate details about all the passages including the addresses of whether I was staying and the loan agains accommodation was listed as the walkabout hostile in canes and cooled the hostile and inquired about the couple only to be told they had been saying since leaving on that diving trip to the Great Barrier Reef. Two days. Oleo Tom and Dai Lane met and fell in love while attending the way Zena State University in their hometown of Baton Rouge. They had logging common. Both were raised in Catholic families and dedicated students. They shared a love the DEA doors and enjoyed spending time together hawking and camping with their families describing them as inseparable in college. They both join the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps and after graduating they moved to Jefferson Texas. Where Tom good a job? As a chemical engineer for the Air Force the law lane began working as a teacher on June twenty four nineteen ninety eight. They surprised their friends and family by eloping quietly in a private ceremony seven years later in nineteen ninety five. They fulfilled a lifelong dream of our lanes by volunteering as teachers. For the United States Peace Corps. They moved to the South Pacific. All intonation of two valley where I lived without electricity tracy or telephone food and DEMEO was delivered bought bow once every six weeks and although the work and aloft stall was challenging decoupling apple embrace the adventure they were both passionate scuba divers with variety dogs h on record and they took to the warriors whenever conditions nations were Rod. They loved learning about Carl and fish with them. Most unforgettable darva currying favour J in Nineteen Ninety seven when they swam swam with wiles. Tom wrote about the experience in his personal diary stating none of our other. Dogs have been comparible. You just type now that we haven't been spoiled. After completing that two yea- stint in the pace coal delone alone against planned to return to the United States and to move to Hawaii said that Tom could study marine biology. They decided to spend three months ons. Traveling around the world beforehand visiting Australia Indonesia and France stopping at some of the world's best diving spots along the way MHM Queensland was their first destination and they arrived in Japan on January fifteen nineteen ninety eight where they checked into the walkabout hostile. They were Reagan to go diving right away. But tropical storm said stirred up the sea resulting in murky waters the loan loan against attempted one Dorf but dissatisfied with the conditions and decided to extend this day in the hope that the weather would improve when when the water funnel he cleared up they booked a trip through the Ad Orig- company and on the morning of Sunday January twenty five. They caught a bus to the port. Douglas Marina Marina for the boat's eight thirty departure on H. Boat. A member of staff was designated the role of Dive Mazda. Stop it was their job to maintain a written log of when aged Dada entered and exited the water the role of dive Mazda for the loggins trip had been Assan Take Kathy traverse but it wasn't unusual for crew members to swap jobs throughout the day records taken on January twenty five five showed that at the first to dive saw. It's Tom and lane. Had Been Ten to fifteen minutes. Alight to return to the boat at the voyages Von uh-huh destination of Saint Crispin. They were recorded in. The logbook is entering the water food twenty. PM around the sanctum. Is everyone else. But there was no record of them. Returning to the boat was the skit Biz responsibility to do a fun ahead. Can after h Dov to keep track of the number number of passengers aboard but it was unclear. Exactly whether these ED occurred this realization. Two days later balked OCTA mediate. Fees for the couple's safety after identifying Tom and Orleans abandoned belongings on Tuesday January twenty seven. Jackie in an notified the police that fifteen. PM who arrived at the at Orig- offices shortly after senior constable. Stave Burgess disassembled the penny to staff until them now is not the time to protect your backsides to people's lives may depend on what you you told me. Honesty is the best policy. Regulations required that all scuba dive as beyonce elated into different in groups based on experience with a separate group for Snorkel is the crew recalled that Tom Lane had turned down an instructor and Teddy instead requested to dive together as a team given they were experienced and competent daughters. They were given permission to do say unlike most of the other daughters who adopted to enter the warm waters of San Crispin Rafe in nothing but their swimsuits the couple had chosen to wear full five five millimeter. Thick wet suits gloves into caps and today entered the water carrying at tank containing sixty minutes of supply when the boat prepared to leave at three PM. None of the crew recalled saying anyone left behind in the water nor were any mark. Roe Bubbles which are released submerged surged diva's visible on the surface MAPRA. Baba's could typically be saying within two hundred fate of the Rafe and the lawn against weren't expected expected to have any further than that. The boat was anchored is ten feet off the reef and at the end of the Expedition Diving Instructor Colleges Collagen ASCII had cleared the Yankee himself to avoid damaging the rave as far as he was aware he was the last person to exit the water. That day you call said. The boat's engine had run auto for ten minutes with the exhaust clearly visible underwater. Even if Donnegan said swam in the wrong direction this alliance should have alerted them to return. Although Carl admitted they may not have been able to he the engine as the sand it may have been masked by the Rafe police asked the crew whose responsibility it was to maintain the passenger log Kathy traverse versa. Who acted as master on the day of the trip said it was the responsibility of diving instructor Herald Closer Geraldo Grade Bit? It said Cathy also had a responsibility as she had taken the loss door for the day. Cathy was on shore. Whether the Lana Gins returned to the bowed Rhode Recalling Authority. I remembered somebody. I didn't focus. Just can't remember. Uh abodes manifest recorded twenty six passengers. When asked ahead camp had been conducted before returning to shore Hetero road closed US said? I think someone might have done one. I'm just not sure he laid it. Clarified this skip told me to count. The number of passages told the skibbe twenty four. Just then he said to me there are two people who just jumped off the boat so I can't it does to people twenty four plus two equals twenty six after the expedition Russian. A bus had been scheduled to the twenty-six visiting Dav is from the poll. Douglas Marina today various places of accommodation. When toleman Elaine filed this show the bus driver looked for them at an ice cream Paula? Cafes and a POB but was unable to fund them he dropped the remaining meaning twenty four passengers off and upon returning to the bus company office informed Parada Korean and gun of the situation. The bus last company had an agreement in place. Where if they failed to collect passenger the to a boat operators will able for their alternative trouble costs? According to Korean Shave Fan data reg and spoke to a man. She couldn't identify who confirmed it was okay for the bus to of departed without the law. noggins this visitors to Australia. There would have been no one else to raise the alarm. When the couple filed to return to their hostile.

Oleo Tom San Crispin Rafe Nineteen Ninety Tom Lung United States Great Barrier Reef Carl Wafaa Lane Air Force Reserve Officer Trai Tom Lane instructor Dive Mazda Expedition Diving Instructor C United States Peace Corps Jackman Douglas Marina Marina DEA H. Boat Douglas Marina Cathy