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Fresh update on "eleanor" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "eleanor" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"1123, a member of Congress says she misspoke. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes north and says she misspoke about her position on a Republican federal workers Bill. First she told The Washington Post she very strongly supported the bill that would compel federal workers to return to the office in person. Now she says she meant to say she's strongly opposes the bill. Norton says she has long supported the rights of federal workers to telework, but believes the government has to strike a balance. This bill would require federal agencies to return to pre-pandemic telework policies. Tonight will be the first time the Grammy Awards are back in person after two years of the pandemic. But the bigger story of the night is Beyoncé. So hopefully with

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Fresh update on "eleanor" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "eleanor" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"To perform at the awards ceremony and all eyes are on Beyoncé who could become the winningest winningest artist in grand Grammy history, others on stage tonight, Brandi Carlisle, Adele and Taylor Swift also contending for top awards. Trevor Noah is going to be hosting this year's Grammy Awards on CBS and paramount plus, it all starts at 8 p.m.. A member of Congress says she misspoke that's congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton. She's the delegate for the district. She says she misspoke recently about her position on a Republican federal workers Bill. First she told The Washington Post, she said she was very strongly supporting the bill that would compel federal workers to return to the office in person. Now she says she meant to say she is strongly opposing that piece of legislation. Norton says that she has long supported the rights of federal workers to telework, but believes the government has to strike a balance, the bill would require federal agencies to return to pre-pandemic telework policies

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"eleanor" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is will manica. This month we're talking about rebels with the cause. Women who broke rules and took major risks to upend the status quo and create meaningful change. The cause for today's rebel was a big one. The history of women's struggle for rights in the United States. Though she was never officially trained as a historian. She wrote what became the preeminent book on the topic during an era when feminist was a dirty word. Let's talk about Eleanor flexner. Eleanor was born in 1908 in Georgetown, Kentucky, and was raised in New York City. Her father, Abraham, was the child of Jewish German immigrants. And was the first in his family to graduate from college. He went on to create something called the flexner report, which revolutionized medical education. Eleanor's mother and Crawford was a playwright. Her biggest hit was an adaptation of the novel misses wiggs of the cabbage patch, a story of urban poverty. As the child of two intellectual powerhouses, lots of expectations were put on Eleanor. Her mother wanted her to be a writer. Her family expected her to go to Bryn mawr, like her older sister. But Eleanor did things her own way. She went to swarthmore. She tried to join a sorority, but was iced out for being Jewish. She then campaigned for the school to abolish Greek life. Unsurprisingly, they said no. After some graduate work in London, Eleanor moved to Manhattan, where her parents had an apartment. There, in between moments of leftist activism, she wrote. In 1938, when she was 30 years old, she published her first book. American playwrights, 1918 to 1938. The theater retreats from reality. In it, Eleanor laden to contemporary playwrights who she thought ignored the social causes unfolding around them. Eleanor practiced what she preached. She continued to lean into labor politics. She organized clerical workers and helped the national association of colored graduate nurses fight segregation in hospitals. In interviews throughout her life, Eleanor never pointed to one clear inciting moment for taking on her next research project. And maybe that's because it encompassed so much of her life's work. In the 1940s, Eleanor set out to compile a history of women in the United States. She knew she wanted to highlight stories of black women whose work had been largely ignored. I think it's important to consider what was happening at that moment in time. Women's suffrage had only been legal for a handful of decades. Many black women still couldn't vote. Jim Crow laws dominated the south. And those who claimed the word feminist often looked and sounded one way. White, straight, well educated and upper middle class. And here came Eleanor. A Jewish member of the Communist Party, who said, I want to write about working class women and black women and labor reform. Because the story of suffrage that we've been fed isn't the whole story. Eleanor spent years researching. She tracked down one of the heroes of the triangle shirtwaist factory fire, which called a 123 women and girls and spurred sweatshop workers to organize. She found the granddaughter of the only woman to hold a position with the knights of labor. And she found petitions calling for the abolition of slavery, written by women in the 1830s. Eleanor dug much of this up with the help of two black librarians. Dorothy Parker and gene Blackwell Hudson. Despite her incredibly thorough and groundbreaking work. Eleanor struggled to get her book published. Simon and Schuster, the publisher for her first book, wasn't interested. Harper and brothers told her to cut the stories of black women because they wouldn't interest a larger audience. In 1959, the first edition of century of struggle was finally published thanks to some convincing from a Harvard historian. The book covered more than 300 years and dove deep into the nuances of the women's rights movement. Initially, the book was reviewed almost exclusively by women historians. One rare male reviewer noted he thought she was too sympathetic with her subjects. A few years later, Betty Friedan's book, the feminine mystique, cited century of struggle. That catapulted Eleanor's work into the mainstream. More than a decade later, Eleanor went on to write another book, a biography of early feminist Mary wollstonecraft. But she never seemed to accept the short shrift she got when trying to publish century of struggle. For more than 50 years, Eleanor's work has been a source of information and inspiration for writers, historians, and students. By refusing to play by the rules, Eleanor laid the groundwork for what we now consider women's studies. Eleanor died in 1995, she was 86 years old. All month, we're talking about rebels with.

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Sam Bankman-Fried Reportedly Set for Extradition to the U.S.

The Breakdown

02:07 min | Last month

Sam Bankman-Fried Reportedly Set for Extradition to the U.S.

"All right, so before we get into the main show, a quick follow-up from yesterday. We discussed the apparent show that was Sam's hearing from The Bahamas. And there are just so many layers of weird in this. Bed Armstrong, aka BitBoy had a whole crew down there in The Bahamas who were trolling Sam at the hearing and talking about some woman who filed criminal charges over the weekend. Anyway, where we ended off was the judge sending Sam back to jail, calling it a waste a day, but apparently it wasn't entirely wasted. Because before he left, Sam was allowed to place a phone call to his U.S. legal team. One of the issues raised in Monday's hearing was that Sam wanted to view the indictment before he agreed to extradition. Following the hearing, both The New York Times and Washington Post reported that Sam's Bahamas based defense attorney said that Sam had now agreed to extradition, stating that we as counsel will prepare the necessary documents to trigger the court. However, the strangest twist of the story came on Monday evening when Fox News reported that Sam had cut a deal with U.S. prosecutors in exchange for waving his right to contest extradition. Eleanor turret, a reporter at Fox tweeted, quote, Sam bankman fried has agreed to be extradited to the U.S. and will be arriving either tonight or tomorrow. Two sources have informed Fox News, he's expected to be released on bail per preconditions. His lawyer made with the SDNY prosecutors, in exchange for agreeing to extradition. Background freed will be a raid at a federal court in Manhattan where he'll have a new bail hearing. While multiple sources say he's expected to be released on bail, it will ultimately be up to the judge to the side. Now this fact that whatever the SDNY has indicated to Sam's lawyers, it will still be up to a judge to decide about bail, has not stopped tons of people, including politicians from speculating about a potential deal. For example, Bill huizenga, congressman from Michigan said, a U.S. government must seize his passport to make sure he's not a flight risk again. B, bell needs to be significant in commensurate with the crime, see, while not practical or possible for him, think a dog must bark, he ought to be limited in his social media and Internet usage. Now, frankly, if you're the judge in your hearing this case, there isn't just the issue of whether Sam's a flight risk or not. There's also the issue of how Sam on bail could potentially access crypto networks to move around any secreted funds and frankly, I think that's just as big of an issue in this case.

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The Real History of The Democrat Party

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 4 months ago

The Real History of The Democrat Party

"I want to tell you a little bit about Woodrow Wilson Their bridges with his name on it their buildings with his name on it Princeton he was governor of New Jersey who was president of Princeton at one point But I'm mentioning this because of all the things that had been eliminated torn down scratched off as a result of ties to slavery And the Civil War and racism the Democrat party has not The Democrat party was the party of the confederacy Jefferson Davis and his generals were Democrats They were Democrats Democrat party fought For slavery the Democrat party fought to divide the union Democrat party even after the Civil War Fought in the courts with Democrat judges To maintain segregation The Democrat party refused to ban Lynching with a federal law For the longest period of time Fact Franklin Roosevelt despite the pressure from his wife Eleanor Refused to support one of the bills He said it might hurt his support in the south for his reelection In 1936

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Boston Hospital Takes Parental Control From Parents

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Boston Hospital Takes Parental Control From Parents

"I'm going to play you again. Thanks to Tim and Tampa. The most self indicting video I have I may have ever played. This is the one. Is it still up, by the way, at the Boston children's hospital website? You want to check that? I know we have it. But back in LA, Eleanor shown police check. If the Boston children's hospital still has this video, it's 48 seconds. And the only proper word for this video from Boston children's hospital. Is sick. It is sick and destructive.

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"eleanor" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"eleanor" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Hi, this is David Pearson. I'm a staff writer for the LA times based in Singapore, covering Asia. A region near and dear to Southern California, with vital that we understand what's happening in Asia because big issues like climate change and the global economy will all be decided by what happens here in this part of the world. That's not possible without your support. Get access to diverse perspectives on the news of today all from a West Coast point of view. If you haven't already, go to LA times dot com slash exclusive to subscribe today. The envelope is a Los Angeles Times production and association with neon media. It's produced by navani otero and Liz Sanchez and edited by hila el urbani and Lauren rapp. Sound design and mixing by Scott sommerville. Neon ham's production manager is Samantha Allison, the executive producer is Sarah Morris. Special thanks to Matt Brennan, has been aguilera shani Hilton, Elena Howe, Caleb bell, Patricia Gardner, Dylan Harris, Brandon side Sophie Chan, Amy Wang and Chris price. And hey, got monkeypox questions or concerns? We want to hear them. Leave a voicemail at 6 one 9 800 zero 7 one 7 6 one 9 800 zero 7 one 7 and tell us who you are where you live and what do you want to know about monkeypox and maybe we'll use your voice in questions on the show. I'm Gustav ariano. We'll be back tomorrow with all the news in this model.

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"eleanor" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

06:34 min | 6 months ago

"eleanor" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Who basically educated young bright female minds and encouraged them and taught them how to find their own voices and to speak up for themselves and to debate and to think critically and her childhood and the sorrow of her childhood she also lost a younger brother traumatically and there was just a lot of loneliness and sorrow and low self esteem that she battled with for the rest of her life. And she battled with depression and what she referred to as her griselda moods. And then it was 13 years, I think, after she was married to Franklin, her beloved husband, she found out that he was having an affair with her secretary. And that really was a big turning point for her because she was absolutely devastated. You know, I think so much of that life experience contributed to her compassion for the disenfranchised and for the areas of the population that despite the fact that she grew up as a Roosevelt and had a voice as a Roosevelt and was listened to as a Roosevelt despite the fact that she was a woman. She really paved a way to be of service to those that were less fortunate than her. I mean, one thing that comes through in the show is that people are often telling Eleanor and the other first ladies to sort of stay in their place that there's an idea of what they should be like and what they should be doing and whenever they sort of go outside their lane a little bit people get very upset with them and I'm wondering how that sort of resonated for you and if that's something that you feel you've encountered in your own career that people have an idea of what they think you should be doing the kind of roles you should be taking and how you sort of grapple with that. You know, I don't think I've ever stayed in my lane a figuratively and literally I remember being in a therapy session with my mom and I just kind of working through some stuff and the question coming up about why did you let this happen for Gillian at age 8 or whatever it was in her response was there was never ever telling Julian what she could and couldn't do. She was going to do what she was going to do. But fair enough, I think that's certainly true now. It was true then, you know, despite growing up in a certain degree of poverty, I have led a privileged life. You know, I haven't had those experiences in that way. Those hurdles that way either we were able to get loans for school, we were able to be able to get into a decent high school. I was able to, you know, all that and in terms of career. If I had done what other people said, I'd probably wouldn't have ended up in the UK. Probably wouldn't have started doing theater right off the bat of doing X files and probably would have gotten a publicist. And all those things. So sometimes it's okay and one can still succeed, even if you don't tow the party line. I know, one more thing about Eleanor Roosevelt, over the decades, there's been a lot of debate among historians about the exact nature of Eleanor's relationship with the journalist Lorena Hickok played on the show by lily rabe and the show isn't explicit exactly, but it makes it very clear that they're more than just Friends and I'm curious for you how you felt about sort of maybe how you and lily sort of define that relationship for ourselves and whether to you there was any ambiguity there or how that kind of relationship resonated to you. I would say that it's pretty explicit given the fact that they made out and slept together. That's pretty explicit in terms of the nature of their relationship. There is a book that exists that is their love letters to each other and as it is understood that Hickok had destroyed the most provocative of them after they were no longer in relationship. And so those didn't end up getting into the book. And so I think everyone felt that it was pretty safe, accurate territory to depict women who were, you know, really, really long time companions, both in friendship and in love and in romantic love. I've been decorating. Nice desk is gorgeous. It's all she would like it. All of this is for you, hick. Thank you. But the thing about Eleanor is that Lorena wasn't the only person that she had a queer relationship with and there's a lot of speculation about her relationship with her bodyguard Earl Miller who she spent many, many, many hours and hours and hours with and writing into the hills and going on a holidays and trips together and I think there was a deep love and companionship whether or not it was intimate. I'm not sure if anybody knows. You know, she just she pushed the boundaries of what was acceptable then and what is still acceptable today in terms of romantic love and companionship and so I think what the show does is it celebrates it actually in a really beautiful, sweet, touching way as you see these two women completely taken with each other and on the one hand, having to hide it. On the other hand, with Eleanor being in the most important house in the land, moving her into the bedroom next to hers. That's completely audacious. And so, you know, I think she was unbelievably bold and, you know, as it happens a lot of her friends who were activists and politicos were also gay women. And her friendships with them started before she may have even identified as being gay herself.

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Clarence Thomas: An American Hero With Michael Pack and Mark Paoletta

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Clarence Thomas: An American Hero With Michael Pack and Mark Paoletta

"There's a line we're going to play a moment from the confirmation hearing, but Mark, there's a line in that commercial that of the film was probably drilled into my cerebellum more than any other phrase. And when it's when justice Thomas says, I would rather die than to withdraw from this process. Yes. And there is no question that there's not a scintilla of doubt in the listener's ear that he meant that. He meant that he did not care about getting on the Supreme Court at that point. But he was not going to surrender to the facts. No, that's what I mean. He was not going to withdraw. He said, I don't run from bullies. I've never run from bullies. I'm not going to start running from bullies now. And that is just as Thomas entire life, including when he was in these in the Reagan administration. And he was getting attacked by the left, but he's also battling some folks in the Reagan administration. Justice Thomas was going to listen to people and then he was going to do what he thought was right. He's got this great line, actually. This is the kind of stuff in the book that's not in the movie because just in fact, he talks about going up to when he was the EOC chairman. They had 60 oversight hearings. At the eeoc, he had equal employment opportunity commission. Justice Thomas, it was a completely broken agency when he took it over. It was wrong by Eleanor Holmes Norton. It was a disaster, right? He comes in and he cleans it up, even The Washington Post says that he got it running, okay? That's what his job is to do, not to do these virtue signaling, you know, joke of settlements,

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SCOTUS Must Already Know Who the Leaker Is

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 9 months ago

SCOTUS Must Already Know Who the Leaker Is

"We found out about the imminent overturning of roe V wade and the Supreme Court's ruling on behalf of the state of Mississippi in the Dobbs case. We found out about this from a leak. And upon the leak, there was a lot of speculation well, who's the leaker? What's the motive of the leaker? Is it coming from the left? Is it coming from the right? Well, it really doesn't make any sense to be coming from the right. Who's going to leak something like this? It's going to be someone who wants to mobilize public agitation, a public outcry, and put pressure as they are trying to do now on the conservative justices to back off to get scared to succumb to the mob, if you will. Well, who's going to do that? That's going to come obviously from the left. And so the chief suspects here are Eleanor Kagan and Kavanaugh, now it's not catan G Brown Jackson. She's not on the court yet. So it's one of those two or their clerks. Now that's a very small population of people, and it should be relatively easy to find out who did this. So I find it a little strange that even though for several days, apparently there's an investigation into this leaker, the identity of the leaker is not yet known. I suspect it is known. And I suspect that they're trying to figure out, this is the Biden administration. Remember, these are the, this is the team that does that benefits from the leak. This is the team that itself is on the side of the leaker. This is the team that wouldn't mind if there's pressure put on these justices. And so they're probably trying to figure out, how do we sort of diffuse this? How do we not, we don't want news stories a leak or cod, you know, the leak, oh, it's sort of my oral. So what if Sotomayor is clerks and Sotomayor gave her tacit blessing the clerk goes, hey, I asked Sotomayor she goes, do what you want. She can do what you think is right. Who knows what happened here, but I mean, when I say, who knows, they know. I believe they probably

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Your dog's personality may have little to do with its breed

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Your dog's personality may have little to do with its breed

"Researchers researchers researchers researchers confirm confirm confirm confirm what what what what dog dog dog dog lovers lovers lovers lovers know know know know every every every every pop pop pop pop is is is is truly truly truly truly an an an an individual individual individual individual there there there there is is is is a a a a popular popular popular popular belief belief belief belief that that that that each each each each breed breed breed breed of of of of dog dog dog dog has has has has their their their their own own own own specific specific specific specific behavior behavior behavior behavior and and and and habits habits habits habits in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal science science science science study study study study co co co co author author author author Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson at at at at the the the the university university university university of of of of Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts says says says says it's it's it's it's a a a a stereotype stereotype stereotype stereotype that that that that kind kind kind kind of of of of behavior behavior behavior behavior is is is is very very very very she she she she replied replied replied replied my my my my dog's dog's dog's dog's environment environment environment environment and and and very very very little little little seller seller seller Kelly Kelly Kelly was was was walking walking walking her her her English English English Springer Springer Springer spaniel spaniel spaniel in in in New New New York York York who's who's who's friendly friendly friendly but but but she she she was was was also also also kind kind kind of of of look look look clean clean clean three three three while while while Rachel Rachel Rachel cams cams cams mixed mixed mixed breed breed breed is is is really really really affectionate affectionate affectionate with with with me me me and and and my my my husband husband husband but but but pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty suspicious suspicious suspicious of of of other other other people's people's people's dogs dogs dogs match match match what what what we we we think think think they they they should should should be be be but but but Carlson Carlson Carlson says says says a a a lot lot lot of of of them them them don't don't don't we we we have have have a a a tendency tendency tendency to to to pay pay pay attention attention attention to to to the the the dogs dogs dogs and and and remember remember remember the the the ones ones ones that that that fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes and and and forget forget forget about about about the the the ones ones ones that that that don't don't don't fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes the the the researchers researchers researchers even even even found found found golden golden golden retrievers retrievers retrievers who who who don't don't don't retrieve retrieve retrieve hi hi hi Matt Matt Matt Donahue Donahue Donahue

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"eleanor" Discussed on Can We Talk?

Can We Talk?

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Can We Talk?

"What has it been like for you to listen to these brutal testimonies over and over? I don't think I let it in. Except for accept actually, you know, your reminding me, I'm sorry. You know, I think I'm inured. It's such a joke. It's such a self deceptive thing to think that I'm not affected. By this, it's really because I'm remembering now one or a few times that we were recording. And I'm just reading about a young woman and her family who are in an attic who haven't moved for three years and when it's all over, they've not walked, and I'm reading, I'm reading it like I'm reading, I don't know, Charles Dickens or something, like I'm doing, I'm doing a selected shorts at symphony space. But then it just wraps around my throat and grabs me. And I give up and just break down to the horror and tragedy of it. And then the other part of the story that sometimes grabs me in a honey is the post story, you know, this person suffered these horrible, cruelties in human and unimaginable cruelties. And then we learn about them today that they had. Sorry. That they had that they have 12 children, a 12 grandchildren, and 46 great grandchildren, and that resurrection of a life of a people that also decimates me. How do you think your experience of these testimonies might change now that you've written your own story? I just think I'm going to be sorry. A lot more empathetic. It's a lot less, I'm in the mix now. I'm more in the mix and my father and my family have been given an opportunity to tell their stories. So I don't need to be so stingy with my love for the people who suffered who were not my family. You know, 'cause I just felt like, what about my family? What about my family? I'm done. My family now has a place amidst everyone else. Being the daughter of people who live through the Holocaust makes you both extremely empathetic to everybody's suffering and yet selfish for your own piece of bread for your own need to protect yourself and your little crumbs that you've amassed of your own. It seems like a selfish point of view, but. I just wanted to make sure mine got theirs. I mean, it's like putting your own mask on the airplane, you want to save your own life, and then you can save somebody else's and maybe it's like that. Eleanor Reese's new memoir is called the letters project, a daughter's journey..

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"eleanor" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on The Kicker

"You can only be you could only be worried for X amount of hours and then your body just goes away for a while. So yeah. So tell me what's your plan now is you're going to drive where are you driving to? I think it was probably when you were en route from tier two and I will see what happens. I might go back to Kyiv. I might stay in Venice and I might go somewhere else. I have all my stuff with me. How did you pick that place? Why there? Well, I didn't pick it actually. The. Company CEO actually arranged for me to have a seat in the back of a friend's vehicle. There are actually escaping. I guess they're like, I guess we're going to vineyards and onto other cities from there if we can't find them. And I said, all right. But I'm thinking that since the most important chapter might unfold, I might very well speak to go back to you. I don't know yet, we'll see. This is kind of a weird question. But I think we can even hear about the ban on men leaving the country. If you're between the ages of 18 and 60, I think, is what I read. And all the images of people being given guns to pick up and fight. Has anybody asked you whether you're doing that or is that ever crossed your mind or what? No, it hasn't crossed my mind because I'm a journalist, and I feel like my duty is to report the news and show the world not to pick up a gun and shoot at Russians. I mean, obviously, push came to shove that was an investment situation. Sure. But no, and no one's ever asked me, hey, are you going to join territorial defense or whatever? I'm going to awkward situations because I'm American, but I'm also Ukrainian. So in order to work here, I have to restore my gradient citizenship. So technically, I shouldn't be allowed to leave, but I also have my American passport, which is valid. So I kind of have a car to play there. But I'm actually I actually heard that there were not allowing men to leave the police gave today. That's what I heard. But you were able to. Well, I've heard that after I was out of Kyiv, I probably told me, but I haven't had time to independently direct it. Well, I wish you and your colleague luck and safety and we've all been reading you here and it's amazingly impressive what you're doing. And. Thank you very much. We really appreciate it. So you can follow C, JR's ongoing coverage of this conflict, including you can read a transcript of my conversation with Eleanor Beardsley on dot org. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and follow us via our daily email newsletter the media today. Thanks for listening to see you next week..

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"eleanor" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on The Kicker

"I'm Kyle poo. Editor and publisher of the Columbia journalism review. This week, more on the coverage of Ukraine. So we're recording this on Monday and we've seen a weekend and now 5 days of intense Russian attacks on Ukraine, especially on the biggest cities in Ukraine. There's been some amazing journalism that's come out of this. Amazing reporting by people on the ground. But as Russian troops get closer and the danger ratchets up, there's an obvious question for journalists about how dangerous is too dangerous and do you stay or do you go and where can you be most effective if you're going to be covering this complex? This week I talked to two reporters on the ground in Ukraine who have been wrestling with this decision. Both have decided to leave the most dangerous areas they were in. And both have in their own way sort of wrestled with this decision. So I would start off with a conversation with Eleanor Beardsley, who is reporting in Ukraine for NPR, Eleanor and I talked a few weeks ago after she'd covered the French president's visit with Putin. She's been to Ukraine and now she had been back in Ukraine and I spoke to her as she was in the car on her way to the Hungarian border to get out of the country. Can you hear me? Yeah, go ahead. Okay, now just anyway, I'm heading out today, so. You're in a car with an NPR colleague. Yes, and we're trying to get us out through Hungary. So we're driving through the carpentry and mountains. We're catching a bus to the Hungarian border. We're going to walk across and catch another class to Budapest and hopefully I'll have my flight to Paris tomorrow. How far is the walk? I don't know. We just have to walk over the border. I don't think it's too far, but I don't think it's well, I don't know, actually, I have no idea there could be tons of people just want the border crossings. We're going to find out. We're just trying to get our bus to get there. And then we'll find out it might be very crowded, but it's supposed to be less crowded than Poland. And where were you before this? Okay, before we went to Kyiv on Friday, I want to say 18th. And that's been a couple of days in Kyiv, then I went east to the donbas. And I went right up against the separatist republic in small towns like ten miles from the front line. I ended up not going in the trenches or anything like that, but I was in the east. And then on drive out of there I went to harkey spent one night and that's when the invasion started the next morning. Recent one night in hockey, then my husband called me a three 30 in the morning from Paris and just where are you because CNN is reporting that cooking is going to invade harkey. And I said, oh, I'm in hockey. It's kind of a horrible feeling. And then and then I spent the entire day, so we decided to. As soon as that war declaration might sound like we'd be seeing a few got a little declares war, blah blah blah. I heard the explosions. It was just like chilling because you know that it was starting. And then the entire day trying to, but we decided to get out instead of hunker down. We didn't think they'd start challenge let's just get out of here and we left at 5 30 in the morning. I was the reporting before you left. How did you find the mood of the people? How did you go about doing your job? Oh, well, I was in this village. And I had even amazing. It was a village that was virtually occupied by the statistics and the mayor of this and only like three months understood that this occupation day is horrible like the journalists felt threatened people felt. It was just a terrible time and many things were destroyed. We were houses and fighting. In Ukrainian army took it back and everybody was very glad, but they were close to wind on it. So they were close as they would never want to live under that. And I'm going to do a story about that. That was my next big feature. Invasion came in the next morning, I spent the whole day there and drove out and the invasion came. I reached some of the people a couple of those later and hadn't been invited yet, but I have been able to reach them and I fear that they're not, I mean, yeah, because the republic isn't enlarged to try to take all of the DOM bias and then the attack is on for hockey even few years and then up from the.

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"eleanor" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

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"eleanor" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on The Kicker

"Hey, welcome to the kicker. I'm Kyle poo. Editor and publisher of the Columbia journalism review. This week, more on Russia and Ukraine. So we've all been watching with sort of increasingly ominous signs, Putin's positioning, Vis-à-vis Ukraine and the efforts by the west to try to like come to a certain sort of negotiated settlement, we reported on this podcast before about how it's hard for people who follow the news to sort of get a sense of what's happening because there's sort of competing stories, western intelligence agencies are saying one thing, the Russians are saying other things and it's hard to get a sense of what's happening on the ground. So it's really critical that we talk to people who have been there. I'm really happy to be joined by Eleanor Beardsley, who's NPR's Paris correspondent, who's been following the negotiations between president Macron and Putin as they try to come up with some sort of settlement. You remember this exchange between Putin and the crime because there was this hilariously ginormous table that they sat on the opposite ends of. But actually I remember Eleanor's reporting from that because I remember, well first, Eleanor, welcome. Hello, Kyle. Thank you. Thanks for coming. I remember your report clearly because you said something you would apparently talk to some Macron advisers after their meeting. And you said something in your NPR report and you said that they reported that Putin seemed, I think the word views was hard. Is that right? Do I remember that right? Yes. Macron had said that after the meeting that he seemed different from the prudent he had met in the summer of 2019 at his summer, presidential resort on the Riviera, he said he was much harder and he said, he had it like a bunker mentality. What other kind of color did you get from people who were traveling with Macron about that meeting and about their reading of where Putin says? Well, apparently the foreign minister giants Leon just had to sit in a little room to the side for 5 hours, 5 plus hours. And I mean, just that room and that table was so cold and so huge and just, I mean, it.

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Why Does Robert Wilkie Know so Much About British Culture?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Why Does Robert Wilkie Know so Much About British Culture?

"I want to talk about your incredible military history before you serve this nation as a civilian in the Defense Department and then as secretary in the veterans affairs administration, but explain to our listeners on millions of lists across the nation, why on earth, an American knows so much about British pop culture? Well, I was fortunate, and it was fortunate that came out of hard times. My father was badly badly wounded in the invasion of Cambodia. And the only thing that kept him in the army was the good graces of a great general great neighbors, said no, we're going to overrule the medical board when to give this officer three years to recover and if he can go back to fort Bragg, we'll send him there. And as part of that recovery, he was sent to the United Kingdom. First is liaison officer at the royal school of artillery, and then to aldershot was he got healthier to the 16th power. And I was blessed to attend one of the great schools of the cathedral school in Salisbury. And the bishop's palace, my study hall was in the room where handel composed the messiah. Oh my gosh. One of the three copies of Magna Carta was something we saw every day when we went to sing in the cathedral. Eleanor of Aquitaine was kept in prison by her husband husband, Henry the second in what was our rugby field? Oh my gosh. So the history was just dripping off of the walls. And British popular culture, of course, animated much of America in the 1960s. But what struck me was how real the war was. You mean in the minds of the British people. And also tangibly, in that you could go to a city like bath. And look on that beautiful Georgian Crescent and you see pop marks all over. No Coventry or Coventry and the cathedral that have been

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"eleanor" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Today to be chatting with Ellen hartwell. Huntsman at varietals per hunt outside of St. Louis, Missouri. And around the December time I love to have guests on who of course are fox hunting fox hunting affiliated, but also maybe do some type of creative endeavor. And so I wanted to chat a little bit today with Eleanor, obviously about hunting at bridal spur and how that all came about, but also about some of her creative endeavors outside of hunting. So I don't know if you would start by telling us a little bit about kind of your background in fox hunting and what brought you to bridal spur. Well, all right then, our first meet was when I was 7 at the smithfield church and at the Melbourne New York. And I grew up there and went into my mom there and left there when I was about 30 and saw a new job, but wound up in new hampstead for 5 years, where I proceeded to have my daughter Madeline and my then husband Jay said to me one day, he's like, you're miserable. You need to go and find out what jobs there are. So I called the office and they told me about this one. And I set it up and came out here to interview. And never in a million years thinking I actually moved to Missouri, but I just thought it might be a nice little vacation. But anyway, it did, in fact, it wound up moving out here in 2003. A little bit of a change of scenery. Yes, yes. It's very beautiful here. And it's so it is lovely. I've ridden around kind of sort of in that area, but did it take you a little while to adjust as the hunting remarkably different than what you were used to? Well,.

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Mike Gallagher: The Sanctity of Life Matters When Debating Abortion

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Mike Gallagher: The Sanctity of Life Matters When Debating Abortion

"You know, it's funny. I've debated abortion for years. I've been at this since 1978. I remember in 1978, arguing abortion on the radio. Think about that. Think about that. 1978 was at 40, 44 years, and most of my career spent in front of a microphone. And now we're arguing and I want to be careful here because we've heard these arguments forever. But to me, there are some fundamentals that matter. The sanctity of life that matters when I go to the ballot box and I pull the lever, I want to know if I'm voting for somebody who agrees with me on the sanctity of life or believes that an 8 or 9 month baby in the womb should be ripped out of the mother's womb. And here's what the federalist Eleanor barto writes about the raw ruling, highlighting the greatest logical flaw in support for abortion for abortion to be illegal at some point before birth. You got to pick that point in time. She says, but when? With roe? The Supreme Court first took a trimester approach to when abortion should be permitted. As the ro opinion was drafted, the justices disagreed on the stage at which abortion should be regulated. In the final form, row forbade all abortion regulation in the first trimester, allowing regulation only of serving the mother's health in the second and banned prohibition in the third trimester when a mother's health was a consideration. The justice who wrote the majority opinion in roh Harry blackman, even wrote in a memo to his colleagues that rose use of trimesters was

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"eleanor" Discussed on Eleanor Amplified

Eleanor Amplified

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Eleanor Amplified

"All during recording we'd have to record different actors lines at different times just because scheduling four people to be in a room together is surprisingly hard. But here's a time. When i had all four actors in the same place and we recorded one of my favorite sequences different characters. Different doing different. Here it's me playing katherine hepburn playing different characters. Let's do this direct me. i'm ready. go director quiet. Peace quiet rights camera action quiet on the set and it lights camera. Action bona be. It's you always been you. Oh cecilia come away with me to morocco. And let's start that butterfly refuge. Yes yes a million butterflies. Yes wanna see all these god trek job. This has been fun. what are we talking about. Oh right the book. There's a book now. With a whole new. Eleanor amplified adventure. And if you're hungry for more intense worth two three four seven you should consider checking it out again. Eleanor amplify dot com or some other big online retailer or even better go to a library. It's called eleanor amplified and the trouble with mind control okay. I think that's about it. It's been really nice hanging out with you again. And oh of course. There's another thing there's a whole i almost forgot. I do. Have this other big thing that i was going to mention. It's it's actually a pretty big deal in fact we're two three four seven. You definitely want to hear this. It has to do with one of the central mysteries of the show and honestly one of the biggest plot that i never addressed. It has everything to do with..

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"eleanor" Discussed on Eleanor Amplified

Eleanor Amplified

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Eleanor Amplified

"Announcement. It is big news news. They may shock and surprise. You news that will hopefully thrill you to action and news. That could possibly you to the bone. And i think it's something that will speak to the concerns. The some of you may have expressed in chat rooms and comment forums. Yes i read those comments such as username word. Two three four seven who posted of eleanor amplified. Great please update. It's been a million billion months. Why said is sad is sad is sat. I sat is teardrop. Teardrop teardrop cry phase cry face upset face update in all caps. You can't just leave us with the cliffhanger okay. A few things here. I know it's been a little while. But it hasn't been a million billion months that would be like a trillion gazillion years. And secondly can't just leave you with a cliffhanger. of course i can just leave you with a cliffhanger. That's our entire deal. I should just end this announcement right now. Not come back for a bazillion weeks. But i won't on a similar theme user. Dj f. k h v f. u. e. j. v. Nf jay writes. Make sure please there be more. I need more. It's so good. We need more seasons and more episodes. Please please please please well. Okay yes this does sort of get at it. And i know it's been a while. Since the end of season four things have been happening in the world and you know aid off. This announcement is not about new episodes yet. This isn't announcement about a brand new. Eleanor amplified adventure book. Yes a novel. It's out now in the real world. Novels are like podcasts. Your eyes or like tv with only the captions on on a black screen. And now there's one of these books out there. Called eleanor amplified and the trouble with mind. Control look it up. You can find it. In any of those places you find books like stores or the internet specifically you can find more info at eleanor. Amplified dot com. But really. it's not hard to find. So that's our big pretty cool right right okay. You wish i had more. Don't you all right. But what do i have here Oh okay check this out. Check this out Have you thought about your own voice besides not being british oh great. We're ready to go. John didn't didn't then done. it's radio. Adventures valid amplified. This is tape from the very first time we recorded. Lines for eleanor amplified. That's these large vats. of course. that's what's in the vat. I'm sorry. let me flip page. of course. that's what's in the vats and soon when my supercomputers finish their calculations my high powered laser will cut a hole through the rocky cavern. Straight into union city's water reservoir and. Check this out. This was the first time. I heard scott. The actor do a very particular voice. And we're clear great. Show ellen on my barry. Changed and rick leah great soil. Richmond was pretty hair unbowed. That's right he was trying out voices and just reading the script and he red berries lines as connery originally. When i was listening this i couldn't stop laughing so i created an entire character around that voice. That recording session was for the pilot episode. But not the one you heard. We created a test episode first and then made some changes to it and we never ever released here. This is a little bit of that episode from one. Eleanor first tricks lars torso and professor economi. Professor must pay you really well. Actually university reduced his budget. I have been meeting to discuss. Mike ovens asian baggage laws. So my henchmen. We don't discuss compensation packages i tell you. Which are my enemies to grab and went to my supercomputers and my lasers and you do it. It's not a very reasonable employer employee relationship. Professor i think i was quite clear and the job. Posting seeking hockey men mendis who can move heavy machinery and not as goes look out. She's got a hold of the high-powered lays out this laser. Yeah i think we were leaning a bit too much on the workplace humor there. Okay what else what else. here's beth. Cracking up as angela. Brandt with good old-fashioned science. That's how here in mega blog. We've got the best sides around. Science is science science. That's silly sorry. Sorry and here's christa. You know hers. Eleanor i've given her some tongue twisters in the past but this might have been her least favorite and launch his supercomputer compu- not talk and launch. His supercomputer ai. Compu- noppadon compu- non patrol. I can't i can't commun- onto trump compu- non comp comp you not byu nam metron com compu- nama tron. I mean you're going to get that in there. Another thing i like to do is make the actors yellow really loud or scream or holler. And i'll usually make them do it over and over again like this time with kevin stir vinnie hang and you know. The scenes with a crowd of people like in the courtroom and season one or at the renaissance fair and season two. I recorded those with a bunch of my office co workers during our lunch hours but they had no idea what i was asking them to do so i had to coach them through it. Three different gasps again kind of in the times. Three two hail lord grew more rain right. That's the kids three two.

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"eleanor" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eleanor steals your heart. She was diagnosed five weeks old type of leukemia and its associated with down syndrome. Being able to come to ST Jude was a blessing and the best place for her talking to the doctors and nurses. They were on top of it. They got this. We got this. It's going to be okay. And we're going to get through this. Here. It's like a celebration of life. There's so much great stuff happening. The doctors and nurses are her best friends, and you can tell that they love her and you could tell she loves them. And that relationship is just amazing. We're just so grateful for them. ST Jude Children's Research Hospital. Finding cures saving Children Learn more at ST jude dot org. You. Just go body button. You That's more reason why you three something. God, let me tell you now not be borne by big I'm not do you love so bad, Uh, that's for isn't why make me stuff? Around baby WGN radio. I'm Riley. James Bumpers numbers A to Z on Monday night tribute working on the letter P. It's one of my favorite records, and I picked probably the worst version of that ever. But, yeah,.

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The History of US Presidential Transportation

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:21 min | 1 year ago

The History of US Presidential Transportation

"First us president of any sort to fly in an airplane was theodore roosevelt. It was rather short flight as airplanes at the time didn't have a very long range and it was probably one of the more dangerous. Flights ever attempted by president sitting or former come over after this short sightseeing flight. Us presidents didn't do any flying. It would be another thirty three years before an actual sitting. Us president would get on an airplane. The first airplane designated for presidential use was purchased in nineteen thirty three it was a douglas dolphin amphibious aircraft and it was operated by the us navy as there was no air force at the time. The co name. It was given was r d two. It could seat four passengers and there was a small sleeping compartment. The interior was custom made for presidential use with leather seats. It was stationed at the anacostia naval airbase in washington. Dc until nineteen thirty nine and during that time it was never once used by the president to be fair. Fdr was in a wheelchair and getting in and out of an airplane especially a small amphibious plane was probably something that he wasn't keen to do however he did eventually take a flight the very first airplane flight by a sitting. Us president took place on january. Eleventh nineteen forty-three when franklin roosevelt flew on. The dixie clipper was a commercial boeing. Three fourteen clipper which was operated by pan. Am he flew fifty five hundred miles to the casablanca conference in morocco to meet with winston churchill and charles de gaulle. The flight was done in three stages any flu rather than took a ship because it was considered safer than risking german u boats in the atlantic after the trip the army air force didn't want to rely on commercial airlines for presidential transportation. They proposed the president. Use a modified. C eighty seven liberator express heavy bomber. The plane was dubbed the guess where to when the secret service reviewed the safety record of the plane. They rejected it. For presidential use. The plane was used for carrying the first lady. Eleanor roosevelt however on a trip to latin america. But it never carried the president. The secret service then approved a douglas. C fifty four skymaster which was a transport plane used in the war. It was named the sacred cow ended. Had sleeping quarters are radiotelephone and a lift for getting roosevelt in and out of the plane in his wheelchair. The only time you used it was to travel to the yalta conference in february of nineteen forty five. This plane is on display at the museum. At the wright patterson air force base outside dayton

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Ethanol Plant Causes Severe Pesticide Contamination in Nebraska

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Ethanol Plant Causes Severe Pesticide Contamination in Nebraska

"In one small nebraska town residents are living alongside unprecedented pesticide contamination. All stemming from a local ethanol plant the plant wants made headlines for its unorthodox way of making the additive but now researchers are investigating possible side effects including be die-offs sick pets and health concerns christina stella of nebraska public media reports most of the gas we pump into our cars is now blended with ethanol and alcohol usually made from corn but the six hundred person village of mead nebraska is home to a plant like no other the alternate ethanol company instead used surplus crop seeds but many were also coated with pesticides that contaminated the company's main byproduct accord corn sludge called wet cake resident. Charlie mcevoy says their problems started with a stench with think smells like a combination of dead rats and writing green years later. Emily loftus lives by eighty four thousand tonnes of rotting toxic byproducts and enough waste water to fill more than two hundred and sixty olympic size swimming pools. We bought this house. We thought it was going to be a great house for kids and now the question is did we harm them and this process. Is it safe. When they're out bouncing on the trampoline we don't know nebraska closed the plant in february after years of environmental violations days later. The company accidentally spilled four million more gallons. Eleanor rogan at the university of nebraska. Medical center says that's created a rare extreme case of pesticide pollution. If you just trying to imagine eighty four thousand tonnes of something. I mean we're talking about. Rows and rows of three story told hills of contaminated stuff stuff. Rogan is overseeing a team of public health and environmental researchers investigating poison. Pets be die-offs an unexplained health issues state sampling found around a dozen pesticides in all tens waste some at hundreds to thousand times higher than safety

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"eleanor" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Learn from up back to pack. That had to be like five thousand people there. Every room was disco like a had different themes music wise. We had abandoned the main room. Awesome right we had a bar like by the trash cans where it says only and then we had a bar on the other side but we didn't have a license for the parking lot to this fucking idiot manager calls up and he calls the liquor control board and he's like if i If we have a party that i could. Mitzi told him she did admits he's way he goes don't need a license for outside she goes. Don't worry about it called. It said what will happen if now we could work that night but we had a dress up we dressed up. he said. You gotta get your alphatec playmates. I was like oh so we go to playmates. Were devils right. I got like a clip out. I mean i'm the nip. I remember taking a picture with super rich. Super my tits was out like a little but like knockout like didn't fit properly. You know so it was like oh and i mean just wasted and i we were selling shots and so customers would be like you do wanna make sure i'm wasted everyone. Donald trump that much now a rich super was wrong to best version of what you can be as an agent in hollywood is just trying to connive not trying to be the fastest type of the jewish not trying to be like I'm enjoying my life so much. Fun with him. He was one of my favorite people. And so we're whatever really for. Freddie was dressed as the alter ego Tony tony not. Tony hinchcliffe jesus christ tony. Yeah that clifton. Tony clifton For probably i think. Christie miller was like share some of the other girls johnny sanchez and his friends were panchen orleans people. It's the story. Saw the coconut given her flashback and so so i'm like i have no more shots and i have like a thousand dollars like you know what i mean because everyone just bought and tipped bought. I have no idea what to do with this money. And i'm just hiding it. And i'm dancing and in the original with some guy and i'm an at every room was turned into like a dancefloor people in the hallways and everywhere. You go open a door and somebody's fucking or doing coke or something it's crazy. It's a wild hollywood party and so Hoops and so we go. Where whatever I'm dancing in the original room with this guy..

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"eleanor" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"I was amazing. Going upstairs coming down a stage anyway. He he there was one. This person wasn't that funny and he kind of had a thing for heavy girls and one night. I'm elliot's wild i. I don't know if it's because they're in. La in this club drinking can handle whatever goes to la right so you know. The kitchen has the swing doors. So i'm closing out everybody. I'm like bring your drops in whatever it's late and i don't even know if this comic went on that night or they were just working the door. I gotta be honest. And this girl is standing there and only see her bare legs and her hair up here so it looks. She looks completely naked. Because the swing doors. And i can i help you. She goes So the kitchen outside the because she's also she's in the hallway. I'm in the kitchen i go. Can i help you and she goes. I am somebody stole my clothes and i come in here and she. She's hiding she's she's not a little girl and she's walking and i go Where did you see your clothes. Dear saying anything. Please look around like i and she goes well. I was in the bathroom in the manner of and i was with. And she said his name. And i said the fucker. He took her clothes and he took him to the parking lot. And i had her in the office and he took her clothes. We thought it was funny about. It would be funny unless you see the ending of it. It's hilarious but when you see one like she met her bra on choose other anti made.

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"eleanor" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"And then. I just laughed. He goes oh. I could see i could picture pseudo osmond. Just go like this slightest like. I'll sit on this. What was the same thing with you when i was doing. Stand up than i was so mad to or you'd leave in a body but did you play that for other people. No and then i'm somewhere. I don't even know where was like random club they're like. Oh my god. I heard that message what i said. That is because i was leaving variety. This message i'd afford it to him. So he could have put it on their podcast. Southbound talking random somewhere was so fucking angry hours later. We weren't dating manheim west of the break. Oh yeah because. I was doing standup because i was with lexie and we were probably doing our podcast We used to do that. I five podcast longtime ago. And so he we were sitting in the back. And i said oh. I clean my whole apartment today. I was so excited. And you go wipe all the off the walls and i go to perceive other ones scrub it down scrub it from every side. Forget how you did. It rubbing seem it everywhere. And that's exactly how i picked first of all eleanor. She's been the anti sled. it's so far. Katie it'd be still an exaggeration. Katie katie's but with you. It's like so clearly retarded. Fucking over over something. I wanna be so but i guess i have fear but so i kind of get excited about it but when you said that is so i go. Yeah as long as it's not yours. It's fine or something like that because we're so used to fucking around and i didn't even think.

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"eleanor" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"All my mother's have died like when my mother died i had like twenty adopted. Mothers mrs sabatino. I'm glad one mother. Terry's mom mom i used to have fifteen fucking moms. Mrs ronnie died. Mitzi shaw died you know mrs sabatino died. Missile branagh still alive. I got to mothers left. I went from having no mother to twenty dollars. And then you know. I was like in heaven who got twenty mothers. You called me motherfucker. I had to smack you twenty times. Because i only mothers whose got twenty moms. I called twenty women. Mom mom what's going on my mom a little by little over the years. My mom is a disappeared man. So i'm down to a mother-in-law. What a fucking shame. That is it sucks. But it's true. It's like when i see paulie i'm like well. Hey like i feel comfortable even though we would fight like crazy main polly. Oh my god because it was. You know mitzi would be like oh you got ask alan or sort. He's as to and he's like the fought fucker you know and i get it. I get it but he came in a couple of months ago. I was at the store was late night. It was very dead. Like original room was packed but the main room was closed. Belly room was closed. So felt weird. You know when the wall you're just in there and it's so dark and polly's dared riots like old school because it's about my wanted it polly that's all but he's not wrong. He's not wrong eleanor. They can't take that never and we we we last. We have the best night that night and polly was part of it. Which didn't normally happen because we were kind of like nope that's the boss's son but then we would box them out for the most part especially waitstaff but we that night. He hung out the comics. He was a little tipsy but craze. So fucking funny. We had so much fun was like meet him. Kirk fox Ryan o'neal I forget who Kurt metzger. We're just laughing and giggling and telling stories and heart the bartender. I don't miss comedy. Mr stool those bonding those fun nights where it's just like towards the end when you'd want on tuesday night walking. Gino give you a blunt give him massages was a chicken the back give him. This is yeah. it'll went back there. I'm like i'm not going back then. She was sweet. You wanna say. Hey he wants comics so she put herself around it. She's great she's really yes. She was great great. The masseuse debut. Capsule guys i would. They will come up to mingo. We're going you coffee. They gave me a bag a goodie bag. Even if i wasn't on the show for you got a guy. Miss genome i miss. Nobody understands that. Gino's great what gave me the momentum to go out on. The weekends was those tuesday nights at the store. They were everywhere you know. That was our ball night. That was our ball. That was it. I would drink four express owes for. I'd go down joy and a half zanex and that would run down and i'd be fucking ready because i would get so much anxiety in that like it would be so big on tuesday nights. It's great i do tripoli show and then if i was lucky i thought the. Or and then belly roll and just fucking bounce around it was like you wanna leave is great. You're in one building. Get the three or four shows a night. it's fucking phenomenal. I can't wait for it to really come back. I don't know if it will. Those were tripoli shows right. This tuesday amazing sometimes rogan with do them but tripoli was mostly has thing the girl that was great sarah melanson. Yes sarah mellow she just asked me for reference for sam. My sorry you got it. You want it to me. Yeah what a great place man. And i'm sad. I'm in new jersey now. But it's in my fucking heart. You can't take it away. Marine of comedy can't take the comedy store away from me can't take those tuesday nights. You can't take those bombings behind. Aj jay you can't take those bombings away from me from dahmer era. You just can't. This shit was he. Have you seen him. Of course. I talked to them all the time to call tonight. I'm happy still. He's he's a great guy. I still talked a lot of guys. I still i talked to the that was okay. I talked to a lot of people just separate staggered. Sure talk to kate. The staggered you know. Second with people. Yeah george perez. You know cora. Hey i love georgia love horry but doing what you're doing. I'm really fucking proud of you. Man i may. I love seeing your face. You look great by the way would try. And when jimmy told me your arm was coming out of mike. I'm getting around this week. We got. I had too much cotton here pretty girl on here. The last ten keep my. Let's keep your between your legs for now. Where can they find your out a month. It drops everywhere on friday. So wherever you find out i tunes it exclusively streaming on pandora and serious so that was the playing all week. You can stream it but for purchase. It doesn't come out until eight twenty and it'll be on tuesday everything you ever al get albums so you need something you call. Yes erzen andrew. And i'll be over that side so i'll hit you guys up. Maybe swing out to twenty august twenty anthem in atlantic city. But in september i think is the twenty four twenty three twenty four twenty fifth. Something like that about uncle vinnie's. I don't have my calendar in front of me. But i'm going to be back there again. I saw. Yeah paul headlining at the end of september there. So i have to go back to the dentist on the thirtieth this motherfucker. He's going to rip out the racket. Those miserable fucks they're gonna rip out the fang. They're gonna rip out desk. That steve simone's always going to steve's brother know he put this in there fifteen years ago twenty years ago when he had practice in santa monica. Yeah and now. He's saying that this is no good. No more so we're gonna take it out and we're gonna see at probably going to have to fuck and stitch everything again. Anybody else's work these motherfucker. No no so. They did it all wrong. Let me reconfigure your whole mouth. Fuck you know what the fuck made me made this. Well you know. I wish it was nineteen up to ninety two thousand. I could say some bad pussy at the school and you'll be a gums. Got swallow them. But i can't even use brought in pussy as an excuse for this yet. I love you. Eleanor stay black. Give him my best. Andrew give my best to read band and everybody austin and yes. I love you. I'm very proud of you. Success thank you so much for having me. It was so busy you and hang out at the joint with joey. You got stay black. Stay beautiful. I'll give you a call next week. We'll data love you all right. you bad motherfuckers. I hope you enjoy kerrigan. Guess what laughing. Gas is back in stock..

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Two Additional DC Officers, Who Responded to U.S. Capitol Insurrection, Die by Suicide

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Two Additional DC Officers, Who Responded to U.S. Capitol Insurrection, Die by Suicide

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"eleanor" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"eleanor" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Because i'm not by nature a contemporary individual or modern individual and. I truly thought that that was a room that was designed. Or you know. Change in one thousand nine hundred seventy maybe late sixties as kind of like well what. I realized that when you start to really understanding appreciation that was really created in the mid thirties and is way ahead of anybody when you think about mid century modernism hefner. He heads up the edsel. And eleanor ford house. Which is frankly one of my favorite under reported attractions in metro. Detroit located on the east side suburbs on what was known as gawker point the facility takes.

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The Short and Difficult Life of Billie Holiday

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:41 min | 1 year ago

The Short and Difficult Life of Billie Holiday

"About one of the most iconic jazz singers in history. She let us short and difficult life filled with trial and tragedy though. She had no formal musical training. She had a natural gift for jazz musically and emotionally connecting with audiences. Let's talk about billie holiday. Ellinora fagin was born in nineteen fifteen in philadelphia to teenage parents clarence holiday and sadie fagan soon. After eleanor's birth clarence left the family. He would go on to become a successful guitar and banjo player. But would be largely absent. In eleanor's life cd and ellinora moved to baltimore to live with savings older half sister. Eva miller and eve as mother-in-law martha eleanor would often be left with martha as her mother. An aunt worked jobs that took them out of the house for weeks at a time ellinora. Meanwhile began skipping school at just nine years old ellinora was brought to court on truancy charges and was sent to the house of the good shepherd. A reform school after nine months. Ellinora was paroled. But her homecoming was far from idyllic. Shortly after she returned home she was sexually assaulted by a neighborhood. Man ellinora was taken back into state custody this time for nearly two months upon her release. She dropped out of school at barely. Twelve years old. It was at this time that ellinora still a child store covering from trauma and working as a house cleaner. I heard records by the likes of louis armstrong and bessie smith in nineteen twenty eight. Sadie eleanor's mother moved from baltimore to harlem. The next year ellinora joined her sadie began working as a prostitute for their landlady out of a brothel on one hundred and fortieth street. I some accounts. Elenora ran errands for the brothel by others. Ellinora herself was a sex worker at barely. Fourteen years old over the subsequent three years ellinora began developing her singing. Act eventually landing a performance slot at a harlem nightclub though. She had no formal music training. Ellinora hadn't a neat sense of musical structure and theory jazz and blues genres. Who song rely on a singers. Well of pain and sadness or a natural fit for ellinora though just seventeen. She had already lived and survived a difficult life. She adopted the stage name. Billy after billie dove a favourite actress and started

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Manhattan DA Expected to File Charges Against Trump Organization, Has Nothing on President Trump

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Manhattan DA Expected to File Charges Against Trump Organization, Has Nothing on President Trump

"Charlie Gasparino, who is a real reporter, Eleanor Tariff. Don't know who she is. For the past five years. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has been investigating the Trump Organization. Donald Trump his sons, Eric and Don Jr for alleged tax front. The inquiry produced three million pages of documents based on 100 subpoenas. Is Fox Business First report advance even created it task force some accountants and lawyers to make a possible indictment of the former president and his sons. The office is top priority. The result of this effort will be disclosed tomorrow on what appears to be a case that falls significantly short. Prosecutors initial grandiose visions and by the way, prosecutors are not supposed to have grandiose visions. Fox Business has learned that Vance's office plans to charge the Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Alan Wisenberg, and the organization itself with fraud. For what Over perks. Why Sandburg received that We're not Canada's income and thus allegedly criminally evaded taxes. Now this is unbelievable. Usually the IRS will come and slap your hand pass for the perks with penalty and interest. Neither the former President Norris, two signs with with whom he runs his real estate and country club empire are expected to be charged. People with direct knowledge of the matter told Fox Business. Expected indictment of wisely break. I have no doubt they tried to force Wisenberg to testify to say anything like they did with Manafort. But they don't have

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Norton Celebrates Respect for Washington, D.C. Flag, Achieved Even Before Statehood

Larry O'Connor

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Norton Celebrates Respect for Washington, D.C. Flag, Achieved Even Before Statehood

"Establishing June 4th as flag Day, then national flag Day was established by an act of Congress. 33 years later now, D C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, in a release says she's marking Flag Day by noting the respect the D C flag has gained, which Norton says is on par with state flags. Norton proclaiming today on Flag Day, We are quote closer to statehood than ever. Barbara Brick W M. A. L and W M a l dot

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EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

Ask Me Another

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

"Auction On the sidelines followed more of than the summit, a month British of Prime online Minister Boris bidding, Johnson and the winner met will with his be French identified and German counterparts, in a couple of weeks along just ahead with of EU the flight, bloc leaders more on than the 7500 issues. people NPR's from 159 Eleanor Beardsley has more. countries The two registered sides are locked to bid in an on escalating that ride. diplomatic feud This over is Northern NPR Ireland, news. the only This part is of the UK 90.9 that has a land w border bur with an e U member. in sports. The Republic Blue Jay of Ireland. six Red Sox The zero EU is threatening in the sixth legal at action Fenway of Now, Britain continues our forecast to delay partly implementing cloudy new tonight checks alone on goods in the upper coming fifties. into Northern Mostly Ireland sunny from tomorrow the rest low of the eighties. UK Chance They're of required showers under on the terms Monday. of the breakup, Mostly cloudy but London mid seventies says the checks, impose sunshine a burden Tuesday on businesses Chance and of threaten showers, the hard Low eighties won peace. and President sunny and dry Biden Wednesday doesn't and want Thursday to get pulled Upper into seventies Brexit but is concerned It is about 68, its potential now threat in Boston to Northern at 66 Ireland's peace were accord. funded by you, our European listeners Commission and by the had Corporation Ursula Thunder for Public Line Broadcasting, tweeted after a meeting private Johnson corporation that Northern funded by Ireland the American peace people is paramount and and that both Ural sides and must Pamela implement Moment, what thanking was agreed upon. the people who Eleanor make public Beardsley. radio NPR great NEWS

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Napoleon Is Part of Us, Macron Tells France After Row Over Anniversary

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Napoleon Is Part of Us, Macron Tells France After Row Over Anniversary

"French president macron. Commemorated napoleon today on the two hundredth anniversary of his death. Emburey eleanor beardsley reports. Mccrone had to walk a tightrope. As napoleon's legacy divides france knipling benefits. Napoleon bonaparte is part of us. Said mccall paying tribute to the emperor's genius as a strategist legislator builder of modern france but macron also spoke of napoleon reinstating slavery in the caribbean and his wars that caused millions of deaths in europe. And beyon- mackall called the wreath laying at napoleon's massive marble tomb of ration-. Not a celebration. He also cautioned against judging figures of the past by today's ethical

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Interview With Mia P. Manansala, Author

Books and Boba

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Mia P. Manansala, Author

"And we are here with author. Mia p monot sala the author of arsenic adobo. She is also the winner of the twenty eighteen. Hugh colton award and the two thousand eighteen. Eleanor taylor bland. Crime fiction writers of color award. Welcome thanks for having me. It's always great to bring award winning for unpublished. But yes good. I mean it still counts. Still mary impressive award winning author. I mean like those awards are for my now soon to debut novel. So i guess you're right accounts it can cam nine like in publishing. You need to celebrate every little thing. So you're right you're right so how are you doing. How's how's covert publishing life going for you. What my book cut like as of this recording my book comes out in three weeks. So it's that weird thing of like. I've been waiting over a year for this to happen and now that it's starting to happen. I'm like oh no what like like people are going to be reading my words and and having opinions and oh you know. It's a weird super exciting and super scary time right now. Your your book is a book of the month choice. And that's like that's a pretty big deal too so congratulations. i think. I think that's also was kind of adding to this weird like inbetween feeling because i see my book like on instagram. People are tagging me and photos but it hasn't officially released. So i'm like is this real like. Is this actually happening. It's called marking. It's called marketing. Not a lot of authors. Get it but you're very lucky. Your book definitely deserves it. Because i had so much fun reading it.

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Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale a liberal icon for Minnesota has died at the age of ninety three in nineteen sixty four Walter Mondale was appointed to Minnesota's U. S. Senate seat replacing his mentor Hubert Humphrey Mondale was known for his advocacy of social issues in nineteen seventy six he was Jimmy Carter's running mate when they unseated Gerald Ford Carter saying some thirty years later I felt the vice president be the best one to give me the help I needed I never had served in Boston before as you know and Chris was express NO eulogizing Mondale as the best vice president in our country's history Mondale unsuccessfully ran for president in nineteen eighty four choosing a woman as his running mate losing to Ronald Reagan in a landslide he served as ambassador to Japan in the nineties Mondale's wife Joan died in twenty fourteen three years after their daughter Eleanor Mondale is survived by two sons Jackie Quinn Washington

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