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How Often Does The IRS Make Mistakes?
"Welcome back. It's always a pleasure. How often Does the iris make mistakes? It happens. But How often Huh? Well, Frankie and thank you for having me on Hello to your listeners today. Um You know the left statistic I saw that actually was published. By the I R s is, um National taxpayer advocate who has to issue a report. To Congress semi annually. Good updating what's working and what isn't and recommendations as to how the I R s is performing in practice and On behalf of the taxpayers and Well, whether they're taxpayers air having receiving service. On. How long is it, taking to resolve things and just Oh, kind of Areas that the taxpayer advocates office is tracks and by the way that national taxpayer advocates were poor. Is posted on the Irises website. It's published on the Iris was website. Um Semiannually. The last one that was done of, I believe was at the end of march of this year, so We may be seeing Another one shortly. Um, probably just updating what's been going on during Cove it and I'm sure get back to your question. It's been done in a while, but that I've seen a statistic. But the statistics about Notices the ire. Rest. Issuing notices that are in error was 58% and that was probably within the past. Happened. Dozens 10 years at most, that that statistic was published by the irises, National Taxpayer advocates report that about 58% of Iris notices that we're going out to people were in a river. Wow, that's pretty high. That's a pretty high percentage actually. And now my experience of representing, uh, taxpayers in responding Of these notices my experience since that statistic is that I would say it's safe to say that it Z at least at this 0.40 to 50%. Still, that's just my virus. But of course, wow! Cover. Right? I don't cover, of course, the whole population. My point, though, that are receiving my My point, though, for asking That question was very simple is because most people As I am are shocked that the numbers so high because one assumes that if the IRA sends it out his courage and we talked about this in our previous I arrest numbers that we've done and s O number eight is today's the right. Confidentiality. Now it sounds silly, but wouldn't want assume that that is an important rite that we don't even have to mention is part of the bill of Rights, Patricia That's a great question, Frankie. That is a great question. You right? You were just assume that that is, um Just a given I I agree with you on that. But if it's not In black and white. And stated in our 10 taxpayer bill of Rights. Um You know nobody's going to be made accountable with the IRA arrest. You know if For example, what what the right to confidential Elia's Tech Fair bill of right number eight. Is that a taxpayer's that that attacks there has a right to expect. To expect than any information they provide. The I arrest will not be disclosed. Unless it's authorized by the taxpayer or by law, and by law can mean that if there is a, uh It's a procedure or a court case happening so such things have to be disclosed in a court of law. But taxpayers have the right to expect the I arrest to investigate. And take appropriate actions against its employees. Um or tax return preparers and others who wrongfully used or disclose a taxpayer's return information. And, uh You know, An example is A lot of people right now. Refinancing. Our mortgage because mortgage rates are very low and also, uh, the residential market, the buying, selling and buying of residential homes in our area of New England. It's just fast and furious. Um yes, There's not enough inventory on the market. It Z seller's market right now. Buyer demand, But well, how this a slice the right to confidentiality is when you When you apply for a mortgage or or an application to refinance your loan. Um, you get tons of closing documents to sign, but I want to put out there for people to be aware. That there is a form Iris formed 45 06. That you signed at your lender wants you to sign because they want to submit that to the I arrest with that form is is a request. For a copy of a tax return. Laura Tax Return transcript Transcript of the test return that that you filed and, uh so you have given at that point. Permission for the I arrest now to disclose to your lender, your bank your or mortgage company who's ever lending you the funds to buy a refinance that mortgage To disclose the information such as a copy of the tax return that was filed or the tax return transcript because they want to make sure what you're saying. When you give provide the mortgage company. A copy of the return your most recent return tax returns you filed. They want to make sure that's exactly what you filed. With the I arrest so there is a form and so the I arrest cannot disclose your tax information to a third party, a mortgage company or bank lender, unless you give a permission, and here's the form form 45 06. So if anybody out there is listening, and they're about ready to refinance ER, or they put an offer down in a home to buy a home. Look for that form. Iris form 45 06, and you're closing documents and now you'll know This is how you authorizing, given the iris. The authorization or permission to actually give your lender copier return or your tax return Transcript. Um, is this the tax return preparer? Uh, Cannot disclose or use your tax information for any purpose other than for tax preparation, They may be subject to civil penalties and it's the tax return preparer. Discloses or improperly uses that knowingly and recklessly. The prepare may also be subject to criminal fines and imprisonment. And you know, just all I could do is I don't know personally of any tax return preparers. Um, that A real that they have done this to either A client that I've represented or heard of any criminal case, But I will tell
Zeke on Dallas loss: 'I'm sorry; this one is on me'
"Got smoked on Monday night Football by the Arizona Cardinals, 38 to 10 the final there and Kyi W's debut, RAM reports on what that means means to to the the NFC NFC East East standing. standing. Even Even though though the the Eagles Eagles are are 14 14 and and one one they're they're just just a a half half game game back back in in the the first first place, place, too. too. Oh, Oh, in in four four cowboy cowboy and and shovels shovels it it forward forward to to fumble fumble the the ball. ball. Zeke Zeke Elliott Elliott fumbled fumbled the the shovel shovel pass pass and and has has turned turned it it over over again. again. Brad Brad Sham Sham 1053 1053 The The fan fan in in Dallas, Zeke Elia to first half fumbles on Monday night in Arizona responded with touchdown. I want to say I'm sorry. This one's on me, and I need to be better for this team because of the loss. The heavily injured birds have a chance to squeak in the first place at least briefly Thursday night with a win over the giant NFC East, right. I mean, everything's still kind of offer grabs, and we're just trying to figure out how to how to how to win a game and how to, you know, get guys healthy. TTO play Doug Peterson Eagles finish Sunday's lost to the Ravenswood just two original starters on offense. Carson Wentz and Jason Kelsey Davey
France holds defiant rallies after murder of teacher
"Have been held across France in remembrance of the Parisian Schoolteacher Samuel Patty Mr. Patty was beheaded on Friday after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils. The crime has shocked the country a little earlier. I asked our Paris correspondent Tom just watson about the mood in the French capital. Ask. was the sound of thousands of people gathered in Paris's plus the levick public on Sunday paying tribute to the teachers. Some you patty who was killed two days earlier. While his beheading has shocked this country and demonstrations have been held far beyond the Paris area including the cities of Baldo Leon Marseille, and to lose amongst other places. Patty was killed near the school way worked Asaba about three kilometers north of the French capital and it's understood the motive for his killing was that he showed his students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Caricatures published by the weekly Shali Abdul back in two thousand fifteen and that triggered deadly attacks on the satirical newspapers headquarters. At the time those characters were then republished by Shali Abdul to coincide with the trial of the accomplices in that two thousand, fifteen attack. This is in fact, the second terror related incident since that trial began because last month a man armed with meat cleaver tried to storm. What he thought was still Shalhoub does headquarters in Paris and two injured two people in what was a botched attack. President, Emmanuel. macron has immediately condemned the killing of some party and he went on to describe this shocking act of violence as and I quote an Islamist terrorist attack. assassinate. Only. One of our citizens was murdered today because he was teaching at is teaching students about freedom of expression, the liberty to believe and not believe. Local booklet. Dealer Schmaltz compatriot was flagrantly attacked. He was a victim of an Islamist terrorist attack than that. Don't always. What more do we know about the alleged assailant? Will the police shot and killed in eighteen year old man believed to be the Ataka in a town close to the scene of Friday's beheading it's understood that the suspected killer was a refugee from Chechnya who'd only been France for a few months. We authorities say that the MOM was not previously known to the meaning that he wasn't on a terror watch list. Although he is believed to have a relative who is a member of the Islamic state group in. Syria. Will, a French anti-terror team has launched an investigation on a number of arrests have already been made amongst those arrested the suspects, parents and his brother. So as that investigation continues, no doubt more details will emerge about who this eighteen year old walls and whether or not he acted alone. I'm what about the motive Tom. Tell us more about what happened prior to Samuel parties horrific killing will before he himself was killed by the police the suspected attack posted a photograph of his gruesome crime on social. Media. With the photograph he wrote the caption, I have executed one of the dogs hell who dead to put Mahama down. What is understood that earlier on this month, the forty seven year, old history and geography teacher. Samuel Patty had held a discussion with his pupils about freedom of speech and the issue of the caricatures depicting the Prophet Mohammed had been shown in the context of that discussion. However, it should be pointed out that Patty told pupils who might be offended by the caricatures that he was about to should them to them and he said they could leave the room if they wanted to. But nevertheless, all of this prompted complaints from some of the parents of Muslim children in that class and as the issue drew more and more attention, the schools thought had receiving threatening phone calls and the father of one particular schoolgirl is reported to launched an appeal on line calling for action to be taken against similar petty. We'll all the while these school offered its full support, the teacher and tried to engage in dialogue with the parents who complained. And then on Friday this eighteen year old attack came to the school asking the people to point out the teacher in question which they did, and he then killed him. So. Does been shocking sequence of events has been disbelief at the barbarism of this crime, and the fact that someone should have been beheaded for raising the issue of freedom of expression, which is such a core tenet of what it means to be. French that was our correspondent in Paris Tom Burgess Watson speaking to me a little. Elia,
Court hearing for accused Philadelphia cop killers is delayed when a defense lawyer goes into labor
"With the murder of Philadelphia Swan Sergeant James O'Connor went into labor in the courtroom. And so final arguments in the preliminary hearing have been delayed Our crime injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has the story as prosecutors are wrapping testimony with the detective, A pregnant defense attorney began to shake her water than breaking in the courtroom. Judge James De Leon called it life in the works and postpones final arguments for the case to the middle of November. Sergeant James O'Connor was shot and killed in March while serving an arrest warrant and authorities in charge Tucson Elia below Mitchell and Kalief Sears with his murder, saying the trio fired dozens of times. SWAT team as they tried to execute an arrest warrant. Another man who they say was inside that apartment, Sherman Easter length, faces gun and conspiracy charges. Prosecutor Joanne Pescatore. We're just disappointed. We want to get the case moving forward. It's been seven months since Corporal O'Connor was murdered, and we just want some resolution into targeting the case moving forward. O'Connor's widow, Terri, who also had delayed her husband's funeral because of the pandemic, said she was too devastated to speak to reporters in center city, Kristen Johannsen K Y. W News radio. It's 308 more pointed
New York Knicks hiring Tom Thibodeau as next head coach
"So Tom Thibodeau is gonna be the head coach of the next. Here's our guy. Stephen A. Smith, Our first take host was on return to the MBA, and he discussed the positives and negatives. Of the Knicks hiring Fido. Nevertheless, nobody can argue that Davidow has the most successful resume it available coaches that one open market he's one about 59% of the games. You know the job you did in Chicago. We noted he sold it to the postseason first time in like a decade for like, 13 years. We know that he's with one could easily argue whether not Doc Rivers would be a champion as a head coach had it not been for top Thibodeau being his assistant. In Boston back in 2008. So all of those things come with He's got an incredible reputation. Terms of knowing the game of basketball of the entire Lesley committed to the game of back, eat, lives and breathes basketball day and night. Um and you combine that with the fact that again either defense with it, though, that a pluses minuses. The fact that in Chicago there were issues with Paxson and guard form in the general manager In Minnesota. There was an issue with the owner, Glen Taylor, and management, along with the fact that Jimmy Butler wanted to be traded went off Thibodeau, his former coach in Chicago, by the way. Was his president of basketball operations and to coach in Minnesota. And so as a result, you've got a home and believe that Tom Thibodeau has made the necessary adjustments. He's seen the error of his ways. Some respect player relations. And even relations with management and that this is a good deal because I'm here and it's a three year deal. Garrity fully guarantee the other two years, a partial guarantee in excess of about for $4 million. But in the end It seems to be a match made in heaven. Considering the fact that both will you, Wesley Elia Rose Go back over Quarter century with activity. He knows they've known him that long.
Panic in the Streets
"We're discussing panic in the streets starring. Richard Would Mark Paul. Douglas Barbara Bel Getty's Jack Talents. Zero mastel directed by Eliah Kazan. This is the now playing. Co-host who's fond of Shishkabob Arnie Stewart? And this the CO host. Who Likes High Foreheads Jacob? Well we hope everybody at home is healthy and safe and likely quarantined. No matter where you're listening to us from the world. Yeah at the moment of recording. We are all separated apart. Watching the news is one of the shows that we've taped since this pandemic has hit America. We are hearing reports. There are over sixty thousand cases in America by the time this airs. Who knows but we are thinking about this pandemic and checking in with you. You guys told us you were interested in watching movies about viruses. I don't know about that you know I can understand why some people might be like. I want to turn that off. I don't WanNa think about that. It's scary to contemplate when you turn on the news these days. Yeah but people are I think indulging in it in some ways entertainment as of this recording contagion is the number four movie on Itunes and it has been for weeks and outbreak is in the top twenty five and let's face it. We had to kind of fill out our schedule. The new mutants is punted for the sixth time or something but James Bond got moved black widow. The new saw film fast and furious nine and just a couple days ago when we're recording. This wonder woman. Eighty four half of our schedule for the spring has no release date anymore. Yeah I thought it was going to be a super busy month person July and lots of new releases and now we don't know yes and we didn't really necessarily know how to approach virus movies. Either there are a lot of them and we've covered some of them and you can go find those in the archives. Twenty eight days later and I am legend. All the stand. I did a list. I wanted to see how many we've really done if people wanted to do. A full now. Playing virus retrospective. There's the I am legend trilogy. Starting with the last man on earth in nineteen sixty four. Yeah then Omega Man in seventy one. There's the stand from ninety. Four twelve monkeys. That counts right. Nine Hundred Ninety five definitely twenty eight days later two thousand and two resident evil also two thousand two twenty eight weeks later as well. Yep Yep rise of the planet of the apes and then its two sequels but rise. Came Out in twenty eleven. Dare I add it in the name of the King Two worlds. It might make you sick watching it. And there was someone plotting to release a virus. Yes and they did. That's the thing it's not if they were blinded they released it in the Kingdom of EB World War Z. And Day of the dead bloodline. Yeah I think what's different here because we do want to be sensitive. We're not doing the sensational Zombie outbreak. Type films I mean. We talked about all kinds of viral outbreaks. And we really wanted something that that would speak to. What's going on right now. Though yeah I agree I mean I want a very clear eyed view if you WANNA laugh and enjoy camping ones no judgment but it might seem inappropriate to make light of something that seemed so severe the way I thought about it is. It's more interesting even though we're told. Time and again. These are unprecedented times. Mankind has always dealt with viruses. It has always been a part of our story and it was interesting to think that we could go back through the decades and look at the ways that it was presented on film and how the general public thought about contagion and viral outbreaks. And it makes sense that we would start with panic in the streets in one thousand nine hundred fifty film when we were discussing the Tom Cruise film losing it Stewart. You pointed out that in the eighties. A lot of movies were being set in the fifties because baby boomers who were in their formative years in the fifties grew up and now they were writing films in the eighties so setting them thirty years earlier while thirty years or specifically thirty two years before nineteen fifty. The Spanish flu was out there so a lot of people. My Ninety nine year old grandmother is regaling me endlessly with this coronas. Nothing you should have been there for the Spanish flu. Nine hundred eighteen. Not many of us can say that we were there for that but it does sound awful. It killed a whole lot of people. And Yeah that comes up a lot. But even in the nineteen fifties which is the start. I think of the movie. Sub-genre virus movies kickoff with panic in the streets. Nine hundred fifty s were a scary time. That looked a lot like. Are you know right. Now we're thinking very much about protecting our seniors because they're what's at risk for covert nineteen but back in the nineteen fifties. Hide your kids to let them go to the pool. Don't let him play with other kids because if you do they're gonNA get infantile paralysis. Polio I mean the scare was real people close pools. They didn't let their kids out. He was considered a summer plague. School's out and then all of a sudden just populations of people all throughout the United States would suddenly be hit hard and kids would suddenly lose motor function and only able to breathe when they were put into an iron lung interesting statistic by the way it sounds a lot like corona only two percent of the population actually develop the disease and most of those cases were mild. Most of the people were not left with long term disabilities but it did impact a whole generation. I know my mom believes. She was diagnosed with polio. My Dad's second wife had it. You know the thirty second president. Fdr The reason why he was in a wheelchair he got it when he was thirty. Nine years old. You didn't even have to be a kit. People were living like we were back in. One thousand nine hundred eighty. When this movie came out there was a real field. If you send your kid to the movie theater. He touched another kid. This could happen wasn't until one thousand nine hundred eighty five. When Jonas Salk released his cure which was very controversial he was doing things that scientists disapproved of in order to get that vaccine and it worked one monkey equaled six thousand doses of immunization. And before you know it all the kids got to lead the iron lung and come home and famously. He didn't even keep the patent. It's something that warms my heart. When I think about it he thought it was unethical for anyone to profit from this cure and so he gave it away for free so there was panic in the streets in nineteen fifty and I think the other thing that might have inspired. The onset of movies talking about viruses was the smallpox outbreak of nineteen forty. Seven guy got on a bus in Mexico. City drove all the way to New York City. Didn't feel so well with feverish. The whole time went to Bellevue hospital a week later he died. That was when the doctors realized. Oh my God is smallpox. They had had a vaccine for smallpox for over century but because smallpox was so rare like nobody was immune from it so suddenly everyone. That man had come in contact when the bus was infected and it was being you know across the country so everyone literally was being impacted. Kind of like we are now. Everyone potentially could have smallpox what the government did was they started a big PR blitz. They put out commercials on the radio. Tv magazines go to our free health clinics. They opened them up all over the country. Get your vaccines and so everyone could sing the songs everyone knew about shots and the necessity of getting immune to smallpox. Hollywood jumps on trends. If something is big in the news. They're going to come up with a movie about it and I think that's the movie we're here to talk about today. I'd never heard of panic in the streets until we decided we were going to cherry pick. What is what the best the most iconic virus movie from each decade the fifties through the teens. And you said this is the top one on the list I I. I never heard of this. Yeah nor have I. This is totally new to me. I knew by reputation but I've never seen it either. I do think most people know Elia Kazan. He was a director more famous. Maybe for Broadway the stage but he helped pioneer the method acting. So if you know Brando if you know James Dean if you know all of those leading light actors for the nineteen fifties Elliott. Kazan probably worked with them and got them to be the actors that they were. Yeah I did look up this director and and unfortunately Brando. Unless he's in Superman or the godfather I I got a blind spot for his films as well as James Dean so I recognize. Yeah Kazan oh he's he's actually done some big movies but this one isn't one of his that I've heard of
Aleisha Leonard - Yoga, Kirtan and LGBTIQ+ Leadership
"All right. Thank you so much for making it here today. We've been looking forward to speaking with you so I guess maybe we could just start with you telling us a little bit about your background and where you grew up. Thanks Ron and Joe. So much for having me on pleasure to be here. I grew up in Sydney in a fairly nice suburb. You know I didn't really want for anything and I moved to Melbourne about ten years ago and finally my mom used to practice IAGO. I remember memories of sort of lying on a per format in the living room doing funny things and I thought it was really boring and he. We are so my partner's actually English and so we sort of visit England every year or so. We go and see my family in Sydney every year or a couple times a year we can and we're about to move to England so that's a big so I know you said that you watched your mother to Yoga. Yeah it was really boring. What actually turned you around there. It's isn't it? I think he's sort of something. Might be right in front of you and it's not until you're in the right space or ready to receive whatever that is. Yeah I mean is to go along with attain to the yoga classes at the local kind of Rixon all just to spend time together but yeah in honesty. I thought it was quite boring. And then many's lytle. I came to your in a funny way because quite active I used to run a lot and do triathlons. And that's hard on the body. I was wandering taking up your your pilots for a while. But it's one of those things that you put off and actually my partner and I will planning our wedding in England also. We caught up with this guy. Who's a chef? He's English and he was dividing his time. Between England. Summa and Melvin muscle the so we caught up with him at a cafe in Fitzroy. Would you believe and he brought his partner and so we're planning our wedding in England and she said all. I'm actually yoga teacher and I teach around the corner. And this was Gertrude Street studio and so we decided that at a winning it might be a nice thing to have some younger classes because we had a small wedding with all our family and friends all staying together in a house and so we had yoga classes so that was my first sort of experiences an adult at my wedding the day before the the day of my wedding and I loved her and so when we came back. I thought this is really something I want to explore. And I've been pretty much in a monogamous relationship with the studio since then so that would have been about five just over five years. Yeah so I'd say I'm fairly new to yoga for someone who's a teacher heard newel. Dp A better introduction to just seeing all of your loved one useful. Celebratory way when you're about to move into this new phase of your life totally and it was pretty hilarious too because we had I think my dad and my partners mom and onto your uncle practice also sixty seven year olds by now. We had young kids running in and so really it just sort of teaches you. Mindfulness and acceptance and kindness. And things like that so yeah it was a moment. I think back on quite a lot. You know what a profound sort of moment in my life. Yeah in which she. She passed away about seven years ago. Yeah so I I think I you know as we all sort of failed that we're becoming parents a little bit as we get older and yeah I do do think only about a thing that she would really love that. I'm practicing and I've discovered that and it's a big part of my life so yeah I can imagine her thinking that like. Yeah that's right so since you found this love of Yoga. Have you found any hitches? Yeah I mean mostly in Melvin I would say Sheshona Arnstein. She was the wife of the chef who first introduced us. And so I've practiced with her for a bit at gertrude straight. And I guess a lot of the teachers I resonate with a vice gotree straight in Fitzroy and I sort of played around with a stronger practice but yeah for me. Because I'm quite fiery and Steven. I found that a softer more gentle practices better for me so I was sort of resonate with a lot of the trauma. Informed teaches a few had on the show so like Joe. Buick may lie. Alice Hope Day. Who's now in Berlin and Hannah Institute Street Studio and I guess I'd also say that more recently. I find that I'm friends with a lot of my teachers. So yeah a lot of my friends. I find them winning from constantly. Physical practice or meditation or sound practice as well and speaking of sound practice. I know that you have a real love of kitten. Yes how did you? How did that develop? Yeah it's funny. I used to play piano when I was a kid that I never really read music so I sort of got to a certain point and I always love singing and I wouldn't say I was a particularly amazing on it but I would love to do it and I think a lot of us remember seeing at Church you know. My family went really religious but I didn't mind going to church and I used to actually choose to Gar as a teenager so I could participate in singing which I find quite funny looking back because I'm not really religious. Yeah and so I. I've been practicing yoga and I'd noticed a few teachers would sometimes sing chanting. Mantra or one of my teachers may lie. Would sometimes have a little organ harmonium gold and seen in Jovana but I always thought it was nice but it didn't blow me away until I was doing teacher training not so much to teach bought more that I had these thirst for knowledge and I. I found you couldn't really. I couldn't satisfy my need through. Normal classes meant so. I thought I'd do a teacher training purely to learn as much as good and my life was one of the teachers so we had four amazing humans on that teaching tame and and so we went mantras and the meaning and about the daddies and it was a timer is probably quite role and yeah I just completely fell in love with it. It was quite funny because I didn't really know much about it and singing songs in Sanskrit in Indian and so you know the literal meaning all of the time but yeah after the teacher training I basically went and bought a harmonium with an idea to teach myself and it was pretty clunky from the first year was pretty clunky. So it's probably been about two years now that I've been playing. That background with piano must have helped. Maybe a tiny bit but not a huge amount. I think if you know if you know music theory and you can read music would that yeah I mean I have a different story to a lot of people who lead kids on. Because a lot of people might have lived in an Ashram or had an experience like that where they've been surrounded by people in that way whereas I the spock was ignited and then I sort of decided to discover to be myself and self taught forbid which was. Yeah as a bit clunky. So now I have an amazing teacher just enter. I do voice in some harmonium. Sort of licenses and afloat take jaw and yeah it's just accelerated my my winning. Yeah and saw I. I have a few people that I play with regularly. And we play around Melvin And it's a joy it's really like an amazing community different ages and abilities and yeah just to cycle back to something that you mentioned. Elia. I'm really interested in this because some teaches really. Don't go into the meaning of the chance at all and other teachers really explore that side of it and see it as a really important part of the practice. Where are you at on that continuum? Yeah for me. I really like to know what it is that I'm seeing about and the meaning and I find that quite important to convey to people so I tried to try to explain the meaning if it's in a class well more often it's in a kitten so there is an opportunity to do that and I think it changes the way that you save it and that you participate in it because you actually can. That's something for you to sort of ponder while your singing together and saw. Yeah it's also it's just sort of a nice story to have for people to to share with other people and and also most of the chance. I have been shed to me by teacher or by a friend and so I also think it's important to honor that where it's come from. I guess also in respect to the tradition of yoga and yes walk. I'm a white woman sharing these devotional practices. And the way I can sort of justify the whack and best be really authentic about that is to share everything. That's been taught to me or everything I know about that with other people. Sanskrit is a funny language because it doesn't translate literally so it's more like it can be described more like feeling that's translated through the vibration of the sounds so sometimes people will have a slightly different translation or interpretation of
"elia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Drive once again this is the morning drive with Casey and Elia for these Thursday April the second twenty twenty on talk radio six CD W. C. B. M. coming up of course in the there's cemex three hours though will flu not only is it a public health threat it is a dire threat to the economy as well the president is about ready to make a decision that could possibly stave off of a depression this is a very tough decision China lied people died U. S. until saying the Chinese have been hiding the numbers from us in the present reacts that deal on Omar has been caught praising the mass death of Americans yes this would include Minnesotans in her district nursing homes here in Maryland appear to be ground zero more horrifying stories from these nursing homes we'll take a look at of course the ship to ship out once for a commission to investigate the corona virus we could see that coming well there's good news for social security recipients here this morning the governor's approval rating is out and it's very good and he continues to contradict the president in all of New York doctor has written a letter an emergency letter of appeal to the president into New York governor Andrew Cuomo in Brooklyn and queens they say they are at the breaking point they're saying some horrific numbers and in New York City so again it will be with us in about an hour from now in studio for an hour and we'll talk with him as well I have my tape measure they sure were all at least six feet apart from all right thank goodness somebody is remembering back yeah present yesterday once again striking a of somber tone difficult days are ahead for our nation we're going to have a couple of weeks of starting pretty much now but especially a few days from now that are going to be horrific but even in the most challenging of times Americans do not despair we do not give in to fear we pull together we persevere and we overcome and we went and again he's just trying to strike the proper balance here the bridge but the the big decision today unemployment claims are going to be released they are expected to shatter all records today and then of course you were looking at the perhaps up to one third of all Americans thirty to thirty two percent predicted to be losing their jobs over the next several weeks that is worse than the Great Depression which I think was a twenty five twenty five yeah you know so on again this will shatter all the records these are worst unemployment numbers will see not the president's fault not the economy's role we we got hit with this pandemic but he has a very difficult decision to make and that is with everything that's happening New York City is still getting slammed we're still watching the numbers rise now we have a two hundred fifteen thousand confirmed cases in the United States five thousand deaths total here in Maryland two thousand cases thirty one deaths the president is going to be forced to open the economy or he will be blamed for the the greatest U. S. depression but worse than the last depression yeah this is a very difficult very tough decision for this president and again probably of the most difficult decision any president make besides committing troops to war one would think actually that dumb the balancing act of that he has to somehow pull off a maybe a regional one if I had to guess Sean it will be that areas where either there are no coronavirus reports or aware of the crossover seems very well contained and well past the hump of those may be re opened to limited commerce there may be a loosen or some other restrictions and those areas like New York City on the whirlwinds and elsewhere around the country that are potential hot spots still yet to come will remain closed unfortunately that means most of the major metropolitan areas are going to remain closed large parts of the Midwest and frankly large parts of Maryland will be re opened the eastern shore western Maryland there should be no real problem there aren't an awful lot of cases in either of those areas of metropolitan Washington DC the northern Virginia area obviously close however you get up of Blacksburg there's nothing much happening out there it seems to be pretty well under control if their cases there are one or two and any general area so many of my parents Ginny governors saying other knock over the June tenth yeah Maryland's governor Larry Hogan of course he's saying they were we were shut down and even oppressing these guidelines going into April thirtieth I don't know if the economy will be able to survive another thirty days of complete shutdown although I have the stupidest post I've ever seen all of that I found on next door yesterday from my area don't give that to you in a minute or two first or six thirteen probably over there on the threes check with her good morning morning from now they've gone and done it here if they close my golf course Florida state wide shut down yesterday from a governor to Santa so yeah yeah come on with your with your with us now so you're romancing both not going to stay in my house and talk to my wife well you know you know you can begin building your very own private putting green I mean after the show today in Europe actually I actually have a green about fifty yards behind my house are you using that so that way you can still play with your partner thank you and good morning don't clash on don't give any credit for anything early in the morning and the accidents other memorable county northbound route four and route two fifty eight motorcyclist was involved according to the police or is going to get Bob may still be blocking the left hand lane temporarily there as we know by now everything else is pretty quiet the weather's cooperating so that's good news if you have to make the ride towards the capital beltway ninety five the parkway twenty nine all the lanes are open capital beltway is clear looking go through Annapolis including all the lanes open very nice now bay bridge on the westbound side I'm sure could occur with traffic and weather all of the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS words gradually subsiding a high around sixty degrees today all right now are viewed as has forty degrees a Curtis bay forty one time totaled.
Nicole Lapin's Super Woman Approach to Personal Finance
"We have one of my awesome friends in an all around Rockstar. She's the author of a number of bestselling books including Bostitch and rich coal lap. And thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you Brian. I feel like you should do the male versions of these books. What do you think would they be called points bitch which would be great or rich dude rich but I get so much cooler? Like rich bitch is fun but I feel like it would be kind of like people. Look down on me right. Nobody could ever looked out on. You know I think you know you and I don't even other side hustle or another project but if we did. I think you could do that. Let's talk about you. I mean you have been the youngest anchor on CNN and so you went from knowing nothing about finance growing up. You are first generation. American money was not a topic in your household and now look at you with these bestselling books. How did how did you go from zero to one hundred? Oh my gosh I would have said like bonds had to do with bond girl growing up. I knew nothing. I mean. We don't learn in school. It's bananas like if you and I are in charge with world I think we say instead of or in addition to the Thiam Theorem are all this nonsense dissecting a frog you need to learn how to budget how to do taxes how to do a business plan what the heck a credit score is all that stuff and today. I don't have kids but I mean I know my friends. Kids are studying mandarin and traveling. I have to think today in. Today's curriculums are teaching. This are they not. They're not and I think that personal finance. It's such a disservice even like what am I doing? Going to speak at business schools. Even my friends who had gone to business schools. They asked me like the most basic personal finance questions. One of them said I have money because I have checks. I'm like Oh my God. I'm so scared for society right now and I'm the least likely person she knew any of this stuff but I realized that money is just the language like anything else. We just don't have over a stone for that language growing up and I got a job when I was eighteen because I grew up in a super broken home needed to start working really early on my father died of an overdose when I was eleven and I just started in school when I was fifteen on the air at small markets and I needed just a J. O. B. leg. I didn't have the luxury of doing what I love like a lot of entrepreneurial experts like. I just had to figure out how to love what I did because I needed to make money and I was offered a job on the floor of the Chicago Merck. At the time I wanted a job in like big market Milwaukee from the small broadcasting. No I went to northwestern and they asked me if I knew anything about business news and I just said absolutely I love business news and I totally lied and totally faked it till I made it and I knew nothing about it and I was thrown on the floor of the exchanges in Chicago and I just went to the school of hard knocks and just learned it. It sounded like Chinese because it really is a language like once you can the language of money. I actually rewrote financial dictionaries in the back of my books in real English like short not the opposite of tall. It's the opposite of long means. Something's going in the pooper league. It's not serious. Equity is a fancy word for stock like a know. It sounds really right but once you learn it and once you know at this complicated so you're known for your twelve step guides someone listening right now who's their houses and so much in order like bring us through like where do you start? All of my books are twelve. Step plans because the first step is admitting you have a problem and we'll have problems when I started working in business news. I felt like total impostor because I got myself in debt I got myself in five thousand dollars of credit card debt. And as like an immigrant's daughter I was still trying to keep cash under my seeing. Because that's what we did but at the same time. Like I was accumulating interest and he didn't know how compounding interest worked all of that stuff so I just got myself out of it the hard way and I broke it down into steps. And that's what really helped me. So five thousand dollars was twenty five hundred dollars a year and then I wrote it down by the month. A broken down by the day was seven dollars a day and to that felt more manageable than like an overwhelming five thousand dollars and so I think generally when we were talking about finances. When you're talking about business it feels so overwhelming unless you break it down into twelve stabs and within those steps like break it down into actionable steps that you can take so when you say that because in college I got my first credit card was the University of Pittsburgh Elia Card. I think they gave me an umbrella. Or A T. shirt as my sign up bonus time Clean Crowley God book to Spring Break to Ireland. I was making no money so clearly. Like a five hundred dollar balance was all of a sudden a thousand. After after college. When I moved to New York City I like it was quicksand. I couldn't pay rent. I mean then I had a bill from college A rise in bill that was sent to collections and they were going to garnish my wages. Like I was hot mess so it is kind of funny. Now when I'm like you know advising people on credit cards but I do think that actually going through the hell of debt and knowing the negative sides I think makes us better people to say look you have to be a credit card debt and I think that's what I always tried to make clear would like points. Yes credit cards can provide amazing value. But if you're not paying the interest and getting totally underwater with interest I always say that debt is the only four letter word. I don't like I mean bad debt. Right that's right. I know there's like good. Debt and bad debt. Avocados is good fat. So other advice like that you give to people who are just trying to get it together getting that debt monkey off your back is one of the chapters or one of the steps in rich bitch and I talk about how you should also prioritise to pulverize. So I think a lot of folks think that all data is created equal. And so when you see bill and you have one hundred bucks and you got a magical bill for a hundred bucks. You're like alcohol. Just got rid of that because feels really Cathartic. I'm done with this bill. The not the best thing to do. Because you should start with your credit card debt. I than if you have a car. Loan of course tackle that you don't WanNa panted appreciating asset And then if you have a mortgage and then finally our student which is considered good debt. Because they can take away your car they can take away. Your House. They can't take away your brain So I know you just got back from volume of course is the travel podcast. We'RE GONNA start talking travel. But how do you budget for travel like is it a line item is it a non-negotiable especially millennials and Jesse? Everything's about experience like how should be people thinking about budgeting for travel and trips so I think of a budget as a spending plan in the same way as you would think of a sustainable Eating plan as something that you can take two instead of like a crash diet so allowing yourself the equivalent of Hershey's kiss so you don't end up in the middle of the night and all she on a Bagel hunk of chocolate cake because you're so hungry and deprived we've all been there and so when people say cut out your morning law like I just want to Bash my head against the wall because it's such a nice nice bankrupted by their Makotot's like let me liew. I work really hard. I want some avocado toast and a Soy. Latte or whatever milk law but I think if you break it down into I love letter. Ration- The threes so essentials and game an extras Su. Seventy percent of your overall spending plan. Go to the essential so your food or transportation and your housing everything you need to live on every single day then fifteen percent should go to the end game so the future Brian. Your investments retirement all of that and then fifteen percents should go to the extras. Like you have to allow yourself for extras whether it's travel whether it's the law tae whether it's the many petty whether it's like avocado toast for everybody. Whatever does it for you like. Allow yourself fun. Otherwise we're going to bench later on because people will say to me in the beginning the early in the morning doing so great and then four months later about the Gucci Prada by the. Hello captain obvious. Just got a lot every day. You keep yourself motivated. Have that small indulgence. Binge later on. So that's what I do with travel and then I also like name my sub savings
The Late George Curry
"The reason I do what I do because I grew up in Alabama and the first black journalists avenue with me. Get A job and couldn't get a job in my hometown newspaper so you will never be able to say you never met a black killed 'cause campuses around the country and some reading they always WanNa know what you think. What topic Us Don't ever have one called anybody who knows me knows that comes comes out but I actually have seen. I actually have a challenge tonight and I hope you make a decision tonight and my topic is in the form of a question. Do you want to be eight of Mamata or do you want to be a thermostat? Let me put it another way. Do you want to measure the temperature? The temperature the late George E curry former editor in chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association New Service Former Editor in chief of emerged magazine author and syndicated columnist. Curry died on Saturday August twentieth. Two Thousand Sixteen. He was sixty nine considered the dean of black press columnists his weekly syndicated column appeared in more than two hundred. African. American newspapers. Curry was a journalist journalist. He began his career. Sports illustrated magazine. The Saint Louis Post dispatch and then the Chicago Tribune where he became the New York girl. Cheap two thousand three. The National Association of Black Journalists named him journalist of the year he is also in a BJ's list of most influential black journalists of the twentieth century. Curry was unapologetic. Stewart and champion for the Black Press and frequent need for it in the civil rights narrative. He was deeply committed to fostering the next generation of journalists of color. They became the founding director of the Saint. Louis Minority Journalism Workshop in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven. I'm Johnnie O. Hanson junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program a tribute to the late. George E curry in Black America emerged was a news magazine that was published for ten years up the year. Two thousand I was editor to the last seven years. In fact we have a book coming out in July called the best of emerge at Ballantine books a publishing in your arm of a random house and it has the best collection of Of Our stories over the years so it's very different and quite frankly one day soon. I expect this starbucks. We got the most attention. Because the way we Took on Clarence Thomas. Random as the amount of his head and they me ram two years later. The lawn jockeying for all right and That's the kind of thing that you've seen. Single Clarence comes today. People mentioned that though. That's that's not the stores I'm most proud of. I'm most proud of Australian Kemba Smith who was arrested. Twenty four give a twenty four year. Mandatory sentence been Amman. Mine are basically going with drug dealer. I mean the Fed said she needed sold or used drugs But she was very attached as ringleader. Who have been killed and We ran to cover stories on and ran a couple of other stories. In addition to that a couple of years ago she was pardoned by bill. Clinton I'll Office Delay George. E Curry is best known for his heir to ship of the former emerged magazine. Most recently for his work as Airdrie and cheap for the National Newspaper Published Association from two thousand to two thousand seven and again from two thousand twelve until last year. Warren George Edward Curry on February. Twenty third nineteen forty seven in Tuscaloosa Alabama is mother worked as a domestic and his father was a mechanic. His father abandoned fan when he was just seven years old leaving him to step into the role of the man of the house assisting his mother in raising three younger sisters and nineteen sixty five. He graduated high school where he was a member of the football team and sports energy to other school newspaper and nineteen sixty six curry moves in New York City way worked for the student. Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. He earned his bachelor of Arts degree in history from Knoxville College. In nineteen nine hundred seventy fulfilling a lifelong dream. He began his professional journal. Career as reporter for sports illustrated magazine in nineteen seventy. He was the second African American hired by the publication. Curry died on August. Twenty two thousand sixteen. He was sixty nine. I met curry back in. Nineteen eighty one and N. A. B. J. National Convention in Louisville Kentucky. The following excerpts of interviews from two thousand one and two thousand and three well up up in totally segregated tuscaloosa hours can Segregate my feelings tell people that In terms of the so called gration after drink from separate water fountains right back to the bus go to separate schools and I have very strong feelings about that But at the same time when I look at my black community those black teachers black people who were supportive There's nothing in the world like it and I wouldn't trade if anything you a pretty good athlete. Bet Did all right for the country boy. I play football. Play quarterback When a quarterback call plays from the attendant Knoxville College in Tennessee? I'm Alma Mater and I'm still in the blue. I'm on that board of directors there and what sparked their initial interest in journalism and The newspapers Emma wouldn't do the newspaper hometown the only time they wrote about black people when they were suspected of crime committed crime plan football it being an entertaining and I thought they were so many other stories out there. It'd be told and since they won't go and tell them. I decided I had to be the person to tell them now. What is interesting is that I could get a job my first job out of Knoxville. What is that sports illustrated so I can get a job at Lodges Sports magazine in the world but couldn't get one in my hometown. Newspaper reminded me that every time I go should be sending a thank. You note saying thank you for not hiring me so I can go out and see the world but that meant that meant a lot. I mean that could not get heart my hometown paper and And whenever I go back I remind them how Tuscaloosa be. I was back a couple years ago and they gave me a key to the city then told me it was fine but you didn't open anything. And secondly I wanted to the bank and combination to the vault. But they haven't done that yet. Former editor in chief of emerged magazine. Tell us about that. Publication well merge was a news magazine that was published for ten years up to two thousand. I was editor of the last seven years. In fact we have a book coming out in July call. The Best of emerge at Ballantine books are published in the New York arm of Random House and it has the best collection of Of our stores over the years so it was very different and quite frankly one day soon expected starbuck and what was some of the highlights of of that publication well We did a lot of things and we're proud. We got the most attention because the way we Took on Clarence Thomas Random as the amount of not hit and they may ramp two years later. The Lawn Jockey for all right and That's the kind of thing that you've seen single Clarence Thomas. Today people mentioned that though. That's that's not a lot of stories. I'm I'm most proud of. I'm most proud of Australian Kemba Smith. Who WAS ARRESTED? Twenty four and give it a twenty four year mandatory sentence. I've been Amman mine of exit. Basically go over to the drug dealer. I mean the Fed said she neither Seoul nor use drugs but she was very attached ringleader. Who have been killed and We ran to cover stories on it and ran a couple of other stories in addition to that and Couple of years ago. She was pardoned by bill. Clinton in office and So we're real proud of that story. I'm proudest of is One of my staff members. I fortunately I feel vegetable about young since college lower. Hit a little little experience. Laurie Robinson was all right how she was on my staff and And it really shouldn't be up the whole Staffan certainly are and she's a graduate of Spelman in Atlanta and There was a allegation at Morehouse being raped. Spelman woman and only because laureate toby. She wanted to write a book about her experience. I suggested that she go back there to her alma mater right about that and then we've been home person experience with it and it was just one powerful story and those are the story. I mean a lot of store them reattached. But those are those are the real special with you on the immediate past. President of the American Society of magazine editors in the first african-american Elia and also not from New York. Right right they kinda you gotta be from New York and got to be life. Magazine's the worst newspaper in terms of diversity but They did in all fairness did let me president and it was indeed a Han and You know in fact. I'm coming from a black magazine representing the magazine industry so I was so pleased with that. Your current position as editor in chief of the National Newspaper Published Association. Give us a brief history of that organization and your responsibilities with black presses. About one hundred seventy six years old gotten around fighting against niches slavery and everything else. I have been here. Two years. Essentially is a federation of more than two hundred African American newspapers Most of them weekly and essentially what I do is provide news out of Washington and and National News as well For a member newspapers. And so we've pretty much such service. Washington bureau founders for audience. That aren't really familiar. That are not African Americans. Why has the black press particularly organization the two hundred or so Weeklies still viable in this country today. Well I wish having spent thirty three years journalism most of not into black press. I wish that the media was doing this job. And there'd be no need for the Black Press a Hispanic Women magazine but it but it is not doing. It does a terrible job and still a worse job. I think when I came to business thirty three years ago. So if you're going to get in order to be well informed you have to read from a variety of sources in the first place you know you just can't read just to Austin space when you just read just you know Dallas Weekly. Just can't you gotta read from different sources and so So would ask an American perspective gives you a different look at some of the same national issues and then he's going to be really inform. You need to reap the black newspapers and go out website. black press. Usa DOT COM
Virtual Private Networks with Orchid CEO Steven Waterhouse
"Please enlighten our audience I've known you for a long time but would really just want to start with your background. And and how even fell into Crypto fulltime and then we can get a little bit into the weeds on for could in particular. Thanks yeah I think I think you and I go back to maybe twenty fourteen or even Elia. I think we met L. Lunch in Miami. That weird conference. Yeah Yeah that was January twenty four January twenty four. I remember that one very clearly. I'm trippy conference for Shirt while Quickly so Especially when it was also Alison more tricky for me. So I I got into a Probably about a year before I met you and slide along twisted path of Do lots of different kinds of entrepreneurial things Since I moved to the states in ninety seven Technical background which diem speech recognition and machine learning and the first time. I got into anything. Decentralized distributed was Assam after the sauce. Those engineering and we thought building. Paedophilia frameworks assist Jackson. And then Started working on the launch aid. Started STORES SUBSEA IDEA WAS. Maybe we would want to data for a long time on. That was a weird time buds. That's disturb store systems What should he out out to? The number of different careers ended up. Full Truss Where I would Property Fund and cited. Everyone do financials and then decided to do something else. So Cabrera said when he come back in a few weeks ago and I came back with Bitcoin was chatting a good friend of mine. Shore Connor about storm different things. That were interesting. Well and and he said Yeah. That's interesting We've been looking at that of grasping looking at that and friends of winces and Sir We started this little soccer projects on the side project a little bit bigger and then in. May and we brought in animal head initial idea was we just do this all at SAF waitress digital gold by Nathan talks about this history but in September. October idea The claim was Kinda Gone. Crazy and Just designed to cause lucile sent back. You guys don't want to do it in house and Sudan. I took off and Tara and Three and a half his life as the being. Vc was but personas. I just thought that You're GonNa do something significant county public something. That's like the Yongle us today. Sean of success and I found it very different thing. I'm the next acted and really messed Stott Wells So it was nice leave and then think through why I want to do not extend that especially not talk and talk a little bit about the The design of the season. You know what what the overarching goals of of this network are. And how a project that was born really in the euphoria and and and heights of Mania in mid late twenty. Seventeen what steps you've taken to bear down. Focus on actually delivering this network and and ultimately where you see things going now that the token is trading and you are named net attempting to scale our Think appearances can be deceptive. So so the idea actually a started in late twenty sixteen. Always don't team mum Avatar on a little. Bit of a hiatus from from crypto. But an interesting thing happens personal. I was looking at privacy and security and Looking ideas around something like open. Ai FOOTFALL SECURITY TECHNOLOGY GETS MODEST. People get funded somehow. I'm just really bad. Down on fundamental ideas of how you could rebuild Systems the data that had security as privacy as default rather than Later because if you look back at the way we did us out insecurity And Right now. We're all concerned about privacy. And so a collie layer on And then I'll phone voted so like a number of people in the spice. Someone Might Sir get my phone on. Take my keys on recovered. Rapidly formats Background onto SARS able to cycle. Psychologically or your keys actually Compromised now they. They want a lot of things and I mash to kick people out of stop. Sorry got control the longest thing. I've email and twitter Alabama councils and so was the longest thing was my phone number back from rising because data Show just give you a somewhere else getting back. Ads approved that I was meeting proved that I was in third thing. Maybe I've been face from your phone voters out. I do not much about security now something that I as I said the other day. What's your one thing recommend to somebody who's coming into the industry on just like protection. Stop because we need to so ellie twenty seventeen after that phone voting in two thousand sixteen. I was just really motivated to do something like this. I was like some kind of like siphoning off the seat and just get on us So I thought ideals and the VPN space just seemed really strange and messed up to me begins. Have this thing even today so I should die while this use of course now I say okay but in the past I would say well. I know the guys here. I don't know the guys are stories about these guys. These guys ask how such engines before Google as far much like mealtime wasn't interested and then finally had Google and and also sounded like about how loss began. Companies are sell aggregated data. They say they log but attendance do as kind of strange things and having a bit of a hiatus from his I started to open to allow And he really turned me onto what was happening with column. Which was the first I are? Y'All see twenty enabled systems and focused focused on distributed bandwith to so different but general data that during district continuing were for rendering software I thought the same thing was the cans and on his reasoning. He realizes that will what you really want to do. Is also enable multi layer. All these things maybe WANNA thinks through. How attack would work and so it's not to meet up with my found. Us especially by Prime Fox. Jay Freeman who buildouts DEA is not see GIO Magazov sounds built out the whole security framework for him so that cool team We were off to the races. I guess and Garnish support in June of twenty seventeen butts lag. A lot of things I was I was it. Was Kinda. See to underestimate the height. I was really thinking I surprised. By how fast the ICS space boomed and And I wasn't surprised by how soon collapsed but at some the way we've stayed focus is really focus on a mission. Our mission is to create a more open on private Internet There's a lot of layers to that commission. we're not just focused on this one with when we does a company that has a project product mortgage company. The network is off. Was the project would do now. We may do other ones but General Mission is to privacy tools really enable in providence and so we will consider adding application. That's what naval out and I think really that's call mission on thinking across us has to level heads when everything else has been going. A little strange
The Attempted Murder of 'Selena'
"The mid two thousand I was a bartender at a pretty sleazy Gentlemen's Club in Northern Kentucky. Hell Yeah you are. Can you smell well. It can help menthol cigarettes in the air right across from the river right across the river from Cincinnati. Money was great. I was in my twenty s and I've many crazy stories to share. Here's one Elia. Most of the dancers used cabs to get to and from work. This was in the ages before Uber. At the end of the night some cabs would be lined up out front waiting leading for the ladies to get off work a young lady in her mid twenties. We'll call her SELENA. I don't know her real name. got into one of the cabs to head home for the night just like she did every the other night. This night was extremely cold even for Midwest Standards Snow and ice on the ground negative temps freezing during the ride. The driver pulled off the road to quote go a different way to avoid bad roads. He then pulled over and attacked her. He'd beat her sexually assaulted her slit her throat with a screwdriver and dumped her on the side of a rural Rome guy. This bad ass woke up in a ditch and crawled to a house about half a mile away I want to get home. Holy Shit thankfully at four. Am some kind person answered the door and called nine one one. The doctor said the bitter cold saved her life because she was lying being knocked out in that snowy ditch the blood and the wound froze saving her from bleeding to death. Oh my God. They did catch the driver and he went to prison for rape and attempted murder her it turns out he was a convicted rapist. WHO had only been out of prison for a year? Holy like wherever you are Selena. I hope you're living your best life. Wow Aw no-name chill is not
Rafael Nadal wins U.S. Open, 19th Grand Slam, in hourslong match
"Thank you we will start with the tennis obviously because Rafael Nadal has moved to within one grand slam title of Roger Federer on the all time when his last after a thrilling five set victory over the hill Medvedev in the men's US open final nineteen year old black and rescue had won her first ever grand slam just twenty four hours Elia beating Serena Williams in the
Antonio Brown, released by Raiders, reportedly signs with Patriots
"Friday yes Friday before Antonio brown was released by the raiders and signed by the patriots will Kane gave his Superbowl picks I think you're gonna see championship game will be the Dallas Cowboys against the New Orleans Saints and I expect Ezekiel Elliott and dak Prescott to get the better of who dat nation I expect the Dallas Cowboys to represent the NFC in the Superbowl in the AFC I think you're a C. championship game is going to be a rematch of last year's New England Patriots in cancer the case and I think and tell the party is over I'm gonna be the last one out don't worry boys I got the lights I'm a stick with the patriots until the last beers drank your Super Bowl is New England Patriots against the Dallas Cowboys and here comes the objectivity the New England Patriots and Tom Brady beat the Dallas Cowboys in the Super Bowl and we'll cane on Monday in the wheel came show can say Tom Brady Antonio brown and the patriots can beat the cowboys in the Super Bowl ESPN NFL reporter ed Werder on more the cowboys in their season opener and how they'll use as he killed Elia against the giants cowboys head coach Jason Garrett does expect Ezekiel Elliott to play against the giants Ellie is practicing for his third straight day now that is hold out is ended Garrett said the coaches are going to the game of the planned one they're still developing as evaluate what they're seeing from Elliott it'll be a flexible plan one that can be modified as the game plays out but the cowboys have office of concerns beyond Elliott dak Prescott has its own a pass to Amari Cooper to game because a receiver missed nearly a month with a heel injury tight end Jason Witten center Travis frantically playing their first read. season games since twenty seventeen here's what Prescott told Cooper as a make final preparations he said everything that we do in the next couple days we have to do it full speed we've got to be getting game reps right now Prescott said it's not necessarily because they need to make up the missed time you just said we need to be sharp in everything we do from this point forward that is the S. P. N. NFL reporter ed Werder again cowboys and giants on Sunday week one of the first Sunday of the
The last and only student graduates from a remote island school
"For a kid on Cutty hug island and Massachusetts going to school here can sometimes feel like solitary thirteen year old when Lynch is the only student in a one room schoolhouse. It's just her and her teacher miss Curvello. You won't find a smaller school anywhere in these United States. Happy Wednesday when his lived on the island her entire life. The were other kids, including her older brother, but everyone else is gone, leaving Gwen to make the most of her solo situation plays, could you play a lot of different parts. New played all the parts Elia to everybody in town. Come pretty update there. Twelve. Twelve that's the year round population of cutting. The place is mostly a summer vacation destination. Now although this week the census. Swelled tenfold. Friends and family flocking to witness, cutting hug elementaries last graduation, ever after today, the school built in eighteen seventy three to teach fishermen kids will close to zero enrollment. That little school went out. They got comedian and actress Jenny slate to do the commencement address. I thought that you would be out here. Churning butter, wearing pinafore Anna who. Next fall when we'll go to a boarding high school on the mainland. I'm so excited even though it's a smaller school, I still not smaller school compared to other high schools, but still that's going to be a huge change to deal with that love it. But really just to see like other people, besides my mother and taller, every single day in my life. She's ready to soar are the boars, she's referencing world weighed in Lexi, their daughter has been asking to leave this island since he was eight those far as they're concerned when had an idyllic childhood, and they're confident someday. She'll appreciate it. I don't know. I didn't think my mother or anything until I was probably twenty five I think all the time now maybe it'll be in the speech today. Here's the hope of you. I don't think he's ready. Then, again, graduations demand reflection, and it's almost impossible to celebrate the opportunities that lie ahead without recognizing often for the first time the opportunities behind thank you for raising me. Thank you for teaching me. Thank you for giving me the best beginning child could ask for. Class of lawn. But a message for every pair of every twenty nineteen
"elia" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"It won't even look at her to dismiss it as nonsense, you know, and it's never going to be studied in the proper type of trial. You'd have to study it in, you know? So. And his pitches hinted, if you're not a hyper absorb of sterile, probably giving a fighter sterile supplements. Good because it does compete with cholesterol firm, so you will absorb less cholesterol. And maybe that's one way of lowering Elia cholesterol. I would say, who cares? But it you would get a little bit of ape, obey reduction in certain people with that. But if you're a hyper absorb unplugging your body with something evolution didn't want in your body, why would I do? So I beg anybody who's a big advocate of supplementing Fido. Steles please monitor Fido styles in the bloodstream. That's how you identify own my God. You're the one person. I absolutely should not be given us to, and I can send you a lot of data Peter Saul about showing you file toxic city and humans and stuff. So. And when we say someone's a hyper absorb, I mean, you and I both. Written about this ad nauseam. So we'll link to it rather than get into a diatribe, but we're basically talking about, and your analogy is my favorite. I've always borrowed it outright stole it. I hopefully have always given you credit. You got a ticket taker in the bar name pixie when like on transporter, he lets everybody in if you can find. Yeah, let's any sterile. And if you can fit through the door, you're coming in, but then you've got this ATP binding cassette g. five g. eight. And that's the bouncer. That's the enforcer. That's the one who in theory probably informed by LX are is making some sort of decision about your good guy. You're bad guy. You gotta go, you gotta stay when someone is genetically hyper absorb is the quote unquote defect more on the the ticket taker or on the bouncer turns out that it's both because and when we talk about absorption, let's face it. There's a million molecules can be absorbed by your intestine. We're talking about sterile absorption right now and cholesterol is a key ingredient for human life. So.
"elia" Discussed on Doughboys
"So much that worked out great. Elia suspected that it was a Blondie with chocolate chips, which I think is potentially could be nailed that. Yeah. And then the second night I got tapioca pudding, which I think is for grandma and grandpa and the sugar free chocolate mousse, which is definitely for grandma and grandpa. The sugar free chocolate mousse just has such an artificial after-taste from the sweetener that abiocor puddings not bad if you like tapioca. It's just it's just a weird texture. Talk me through your guys experiences you guys go. I, I'm very, mine was very, very simple. Yeah, I had the cookie bar, loved it, yet it if they offered it all the time and got rid of this fucking like Proser brownie bite, wait. So this is like a seasonal offer. You don't shell. I have the menu up. You can get it until July twenty nine. Oh my God. They have all the time. Are the brownies putting the mousse thing like why would you do that? And then the softer also says raspberry gelatin. I didn't know that. They do have which is straight up, garbage red, delicious apples. Yeah, that's I'll of red, delicious. Apple right. Is that who will now, technically you can make your child like one of those like full nutritional meals that you have your required because like Disneyland. It will be this thing where it's like this is a full meal, and I think they there has to be like a fruit and grain right teen. And so it's like, well, I gave you Apple's. So technically, if you have a petting you have a pet pig. So they're trying to. They're trying to abide by like USDA or FDA requirements. Check a book right that. These full at like I after I'm full of like pizza bread. The last thing I want to do is grab a mealy fucking apple. And you know they're going to be mealy, you know, they're gonna be dry. They're not going to be sweet and just chomp into one of those. I'm not gonna bite into a full apple after dinner. I think they should rename red, delicious, apples, red, not so delicious. God, Nick. No said it. Bravery, you're so brain is to be commended, sir. Thank you. Spiring it him. It is strange. They just have a big old pile apples, and they look like it looks like nobody is have been there for years. It's like one of those like Saifi things where you like if like something has a like a invisibility cloak on where I just walked by them on, never see them. They have like the stealth like stealth shield over that. And then those those weird sliced oranges that are next to it too. Yeah. There's like weird soggy, sliced oranges that look like someone's been like touching. Maybe not how they look like. Gathered by your acting. Wrong. I don't like their little finger tips and like just like he's doing and you're better off. Like a little birdie like a little bird that's going in and touching on, you know, like birds, do they touch things with their mouth. Kelly has been making a hand motion that's making us all squirm. I actually got a pretty nice looking dessert. I took a pic of it the Sunday Sunday, which I was happy because I was looking for a comb. There were no cones available. Bashed up drums those those cones are fucking tied. They're like God, the fly. It was an alien flux moment. Hey. The fly went is almost died lash. It just fell down, didn't even flyweight fell overnight, kill the fly. Flex moment again. So brave. Took out that it was horrifying guys land. Arming Zion door for this podcast that was the in terms of of horrifying fly moments. That was probably number two number one is when I was I was in kindergarten, and it was on the playground and a fly, landed on my hand. And then just like puked up its food. Just the back of. We know how the right, but he just just real excited for a second. Little flea. Legs are fly legs in this, like all you just like just spit out this green stuff. On my my hand. Drunk fly landed hand. It was just like, oh dog shit on your. Gorged on dog shit. And then he flew a little too vigorously. This is the second time a fly on your arm in here wants to is they're like, do you have a certain of that you're sent dog shit. Like turning home. Can tell him a dog shit writer. Blamed you instead of my house..
Nigeria laments 'deeply unfortunate' deaths of 86 in weekend clashes
"Now an autocracy with a democratic facade nigeria's president muhammadu buhari has called for calm after police said eightysix people had been killed in communist violence in northern plateau state mr bohara said all those responsible for the killings would be brought to justice the latest clashes between farmers and nomadic herders began on thursday when a group of herders was attacked prompting retaliatory killings on saturday police sent fifty houses had also been burned down here in britain the taxi app uber is going to court later today to try to get a new license to operate in london the capital's transport authority decided last september that it was not a fit and proper company but it was allowed to operate pending an appeal our technology correspondent rory kathryn jones reports law september transport for london refused to grant a new licensed to uber saying it was concerned about the way drivers were vetted as well as the company's failure to contact police about assaults and other crimes today's case is not about whether that decision was correct but whether uber is now a fit and proper company to hold a license in recent months the company has tried to show it has changed its ways agreeing to report crimes to the police and offering drivers sick pay federal agents in mexico have detained the whole police force of the town of a campo on suspicion of involvement in the murder of a candidate to become mayor fernando hilas was campaigning against inequality and corruption leonardo russia reports miss around hell is was shot dead by unknown gunmen on thursday outside one of his properties the head of local police was accused of collusion in the murder when mexican federal agents arrived in the town of oh come on saturday to detain him they were stopped by local police officers they returned with reinforcements on sunday morning and arrested everyone that downs twenty seven police officers in their boss were handcuffed and taken for questioning in the state capital mode elia prosecutors say to have links with organized crime in the state of michoacan will news from the bbc the us defense secretary james mattis will make his first visit to china this week for talks on beijing's military ambitions in the south china sea as well as the denuclearization of the korean peninsula the visit comes at a time of increased tension between the two countries with president trump imposing tariffs on chinese goods a number of celebrities have visited the town of tornado in texas at the us border with mexico to protest against the separation of migrant children from their parents stars including amber herd lena dunham and mira sorvino said that they had come to show their solidarity with the families president trump has come under growing pressure for his zero tolerance immigration.
"elia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Here cbs tuesday jon elia with the latest weather forecast well you know what we're waiting we're trying to get some more sun in here we're still dealing with a mix of sun and clouds after that rain as a soaker overnight a lot of reporting stations over an inch of rain but we are gonna see things brighten up in warm up to about eighty four in the city it'll be a little cooler along the shore recurring risk is lower that's a blessing overnight tonight sixty five for the city a little bit more varieties far morning temperatures tomorrow morning increasing clouds on your friday high of seventy six hate to break it to you but starting the weekend and a wet way i'm john lee the cbs to weather center well thank you john w cbs news time ten thirty more than just the headlines this is new york's newsradio w cbs news radio eighty has president trump agrees to stop separating families at the border it's unclear what happens to the twenty three hundred children already living in shelters meanwhile mayor de blasio will tour children shelter this afternoon with other mayors it's near the border in texas there are terrible stories of abuse being told by some immigrant children living in one shelter in virginia and canada officially legalizes pot october seventeen sports the yankees host the mariners this afternoon and it'll be the mets at the rockies seventy one and partly sunny on thursday june twentyfirst good morning i'm pat far neck w cbs news time ten thirty one families crossing the border seeking asylum in the us will continue to be treated as criminals by the trump administration a zero tolerance policy on immigration remains in place but the administration has decided to allow the families to stay together wants detained wherever been separate the parents from the children cbs white house correspondent steven portnoy says there's a lot of confusion about how these new guidelines will play out the president of the order would make for a lot of happy people where keeping families together and this will solve that problem but his own justice department later clarified the due to a series of court rulings the government still i can't hold children even with their parents for more than twenty days and officials still haven't said whether the order will help the more than two thousand children taken from their parents guardians thus far officials say they're congress or the courts need to act steven portnoy cbs news the white house the president's executive order does nothing to address the fate of the twenty three hundred children who have already been separated more than two hundred of them have been sent here to new york to a facility in harlem before being placed in temporary foster care sean adams is outside that facility with more president trump has ended the separation of families at the mexican border but what now what about the children who've already.
"elia" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"The oh okay i'm not would be my life today my life today you know i in order to recover from food addiction i need to do a lot of different things i mean to meditate on a regular basis i need to be of service other people i need to eat whole foods in all of these things a attract to me the most amazing fabulous might so in a way what i thought was the greatest curse of my life turned out to be my greatest blessing the so powerful so powerful oh my heart is like dumping right now so cute would definitely part of the thing tribe yes definitely so where do we find you sandra so everyone can head on over to my website sandra eliya dot com that's s a n d r a e l i a dot com sign up for my newsletter and if you sign up from newsletter you'll get a private and confidential video but will give five steps to start your own journey on this food recovery you know from dictum eating as well i have a great youtube channel where you can get a video but once a week with my pearls of wisdom it's basically everything that i've learned along my journey what i learned working with hundreds of food addicts so if you go to youtube in type in sandra leah and again sandra assaying dr a elliot's e l i ate my youtube channel popup subscribed to that and we'll be me tigers worlds and a will will you know both you at myself are creating a tribe of seekers.
"elia" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"I'll never feel what i didn't realize when i had so much insulin running through my body was that i was blocking this hormone called leptin leptin tells your brain that you've had enough food to stop eating and the only thing that blocks that message is insulin and what raises insulin sugar and flour products so this meal plan eliminates sugar and flour products and it helps to extinguish cravings so once you've made a decision that you're gonna put down your trigger foods that act like drugs what are you left with cravings in urges i also have a great little three steps he teach heck meek to help people feel calm and confident in the face of a craving because cravings compete immediate tens any produce a lot of anxiety and i know for myself i would always start on some crazy diet and always feel as soon as the craving started because for some reason i just wanted to live a life with no cravings and that's not necessarily possible but what is possible is you know early on cravings will seem very demanding like a sledgehammer but as those neuro pathways weaken right because a lot of eating habits and euro pathways neurons of arctic either wire together habits of forms as you weaken those narrow pathways the cravings come less and less than today yes i still have cravings but they're more like whispers as opposed to just loud main demand wow and you're able to kind of be like okay this is just the whisper take a deep breath this is i don't need that craving to survive i don't need that creating to be right i have other things and i really help my clients see that cravings is just your dictum voice lying to you what is the lie in that craving you have to have it or you know it's it's different this time or you know what you can have one cookie with the package way like recognizing what the lie is you don't have to fall for it 'cause when you.
"elia" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"But you were still getting hit of all of those three neurotransmitters when you were in just it that's just it's just mind blowing to me so much in our brains yeah oh yeah it really really is not really helps people shed the guilt shame to know that hey this this isn't really you know i i really would shift the blame to the food industry in the food supply because it is it is a drug that's out there i always say it's the most available legalized drug out baird's available twenty four seven it's available you know in canada we have restrictions but with food we can have it advertised on billboards tv commercials and the worst is we market children the sugar yeah we market we try to get them hooked as early as possible and the consequences that about now inside eighties so type two diabetes used to be called adult onset diabetes they no longer can call that because we are now a diagnosing for five year olds with type two oh my gosh adult onset diabetes because of what we're feeding them in the cereals and the snacks and the fact that children have treats twice a day like a treat with lodge treat with dinner it's it's complete brainwashing that this is now the norm in more right even i'm you know they're eating on subways and buses and it seems like there was a time you know i'm forty five years old there was a time when you only eight at mealtime yeah what was it like eight twenty five or something and nobody snapped snacking was not a thing and you certainly never brought like you would never be in a doctor's office union abaga chips nobody would ever or be on the subway having a nice people didn't eat in transit people didn't eat they literally sat down eight a meal and that's no longer the case it's it's quite literally twenty four seven an end it's like no one's it's not like oh i buying like bags of bags of booze someone's looking at me it's like if you're buying food no one's there's not even that guilt or shame like anything like that either which is just right experienced that but i'm just saying like i think that that's also why people are.
"elia" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Desist bringing back to win i would make deals with myself the deal i would make with myself as after working i was waitress i would go to the gas station philip my tank and by the jumbo size of gummy bears right and i would say to myself okay i can eat his money gummy bears as i can until i hit the freeway exit in the window and i would just put my hand in there and shove leaders fish and gummy bears into my mouth so i couldn't even chew them myself sick i used to play that game to accept that i would throw it out the window you only way i could stop so yeah yeah wow it's it's i'm so glad that you and i are sharing so honestly because there's people sometimes feel so alone in these behaviors oh gosh now named full of these behaviors and there's absolutely no reason because you're one of many many many people who have done this come stuff with food and sandra honestly that's what attracted me to your story it's like you know i was never a hundred pounds and i never experienced that but the behaviors were you know very similar so very similar to more stories because it's the same drug and you were getting the same high like what we know about food is food increases neuro transmitters in our brain but i'd increases dopamine increases serotonin in increases endorphins and these are all in the reward center these are all feel good niro transmitters so yes you were you know probably restricting i wasn't.
"elia" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Is when you eat that way how do you set up the environment where you're kind gentle nurturing in that moment you actually need a ton of love because you've made a mistake and we all flourish in that kind of environment and the other piece for for her and for most people when you're leading addictive lee you go mindless nobody eating addictive lee nobody is using any kind of drug in a mindful way so i've said to her you know what before you pick up a food or use food understand that you're telling yourself alive whatever that lie is it could be the dietl starch moral i deserve it or maybe own today was too hard and too many people upset me so i'm going to eat what i want whatever that law is just hear it say okay i'm gonna believe this lie and now i'm going to line fully eat or mindfully binge but i'm gonna do this all with my eyes open i'm not gonna go mindless i'm not gonna turn on netflix look at my phone gonna be present isn't during this which is very difficult to do it have to be mindless to eat addictive lead the antidote is mindfulness while at and that's so true because i remember i would go to the gas station in in i would buy like i don't even know twenty dollars worth of candy in let's be honest that's a lot of candy then i would just almost black out like i drink or something just like blackout i know i know but you but if i would go through fast food you know drive through i would need not only the meal that i was going to eat at home but i needed something to eat while i was driving because i couldn't wait the five minute drive so i'm shoving bras down my throat but i mean more fries for when i get home like that's the the the insanity of addiction in that that sense of urgency in it's like i have a craving and i must fill it right now like it's almost like a light a life or death kind of feeling like so much inside until i can get my drug and start eating mint.
"elia" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"You know when potato chip is never going to be enough wednesday bag is open and started i'm going to devour it no matter if it's five hundred mil bag or the family pack ouch i'm gonna eat all of them because they were actually chemically engineered to be that way it is almost impossible to eat one wow i mean that's what's so crazy to me as i love that you're sharing a little bit inside of the food industry in i've seen some documentaries in it's just mind blowing to me how something like a diet coke you drink one of those and you almost want another one you know it's like it's just this constant cycle because of the chemicals inside of them so you mentioned the shame cycle and what that looks like so just you know how do you get out of that how do you stop the food cravings how do you get out of the shame cycle while the it's so great that you bring that up by last night had a one on one with one of my clients and she's fallen off the wagon is she would say and she's really stuck in the shame cycle of really feeling so horrible about herself in when she told me some of the names that she even calls herself after she eats away she doesn't want to it's really a highly abusive environment so her work really is a couple of things one when she eats away she doesn't want to i've said get in the mirror at right look into your eyes in want you to say i love you it's gonna be okay because again this is the moment when you need the most love for on you if you pour hate on yourself you're to caused yourself to impeaching and what all addicts want pain relief that's one of the biggest drivers of addiction looking for pain relief will if you are the abuser and the one inflicting pain you can stop that and so that was part of a work it's you know it's not even about like okay let's make a commitment to stop like we've all done not so that's you know that's not the work to be done right now the work to be done.
Samy, Berlin and Hungary discussed on BBC World Service
"I don't think suspension was extended also this half hour the rolling stones are going on tour again they talked to the bbc about runins with donald trump how samy being a rockstar really tom brady else in my life it's limiting really fifty so it's very close to where existence hello this is kathy clugston with the bbc news fresh protests against israel are expected today in the palestinian territories on the seventieth anniversary of what palestinians call the number or catastrophe you allow nell is in jerusalem there's a very high chance of course of renewed violence particularly along the israel gaza border the funerals of those dozens of people who were killed in the protests have to take place some of them are for children we're told that the baby was also killed after inhaling tear gas and i think after those funerals take place that's going to drive a lot of the mourners back towards the protest comes along the border because anyway today is traditional data of protests in the palestinian calendar it's the day of that catastrophe as they see it and this is when they remember how when the state of israel was created in one thousand nine hundred forty eight hundreds of thousands of palestinians were expelled or fled from their homes on land that became part of this state of israel the taliban have launched a coordinated attack on the province provincial capital of farah in western afghanistan with parts of the city reported to have fallen and people fleeing in panic elia atrophy reports friedberg tower head off the farrah provincial council told the bbc heavy fighting was continuing between the afghan forces and palestine insurgents mr bush tower said i've gone forces stationed there needed immediate support eyewitnesses said the taliban have captured the provincial office of the national security directorate there are also reports that the deputy chief of police has been killed fighting is now ongoing five hundred meters from the police headquarters witnesses also tell of for real panic amongst the people as everyone tries to leave the city the open society foundation funded by the billionaire george soros says it's closing its office in hungary and relocating to berlin the organization which funds civil society project gets blamed its decision on what it called an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in hungary the.
"elia" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Penan sherry yesterday did says things just jump out of the fantastic orange just like i've it supernova who once again catches people in his hand canes but this is the point where ben grimm's like mutated further elia because he's exposed to more cosmic race he's all spiky now i'll supernova expect to be squall guessing he guess he's kind of invulnerable he's got thick purple gloves on to that's i mean i think he has some he has to have some kind of invulnerability because wonder man punched him in he's still fairly exactly the things just threaten home he's like let go my main squeeze were you're eating your teeth for a week and the way that that that that ben grimm looks in some of the panels it's almost like his spikes are sorta like pine cone they're going up yeah because i think there's there's an issue of fantastic four around this time i don't if someone calling him like pineapple or something then supernova just like amazed he's like amazing you must be some form of mutated homo sapiens i was unaware of such species diversification among and ben grimm's your mutter and that's that's very offensive because you know super super nova's mother kris his mother probably presumably i'd like offline that's right insensitive very very insensitive i was just waiting for separate over to say why did you say that name oh yeah that's an awesome movie isn't it sorry let's go there.
"elia" Discussed on KGO 810
"Bullied his online elia in its in it's dangerous it's devastating annual unless you are made of kryptonite were unless you're the prison united states it could really knocked the hella and if you're fourteen it's probably not a good idea for you to turn around and i repeat harper's at night on of the money or the ability to do that but but we take allcomers i let's let's start with the obvious hollywood everything that's been going on you got harvey weinstein kevin spacey louis seek ko all of these yeah we are nonetheless any way they can get out of it i'll frank in for example he did to equate al franken or even more garrison keillor who i think scratched a backers or something like that to equate that with harvey weinstein is ridiculous so if it's a mile let's say if somebody like a like a all right garrison keillor you could get his reputation back when you a years you can get garrison cules reputation barry weinstein forget about or ruins thing there's you know there's always have singing of this new second acts in american wife would believe if scott fitzgerald um i was the only targets the most forgiving and we always like people who've come back we would a hooligan worth a steward mean people would counter martha stewart donen out no she's been a bigger stronger and better than ever as garrone show was snoop doggy she's hip in young two will new generation um or view instance another matter it's really that would really take a huge effort and would be an almost christ like resurrection of someone who's deceased from reputations in point while from the standpoint of whether the charges a true if they are rugged dealing with more than reputation you're dealing with felonies yeah he's got the los angeles district attorney in.
"elia" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Soto the point to tony yards a big game for the duke of hazzard alam lazard a norm escame for alan lazard enormous game for marcel eight men and masonry enough when when mason off is throwing confidently there may not be a better quarterback in terms of placement elia would would he did later on in the game to thirty eight men in over two guys whatever was incredible justice hill another very good game david montgomery made huge plays an enormous moments and i was it was in this game in position to win or tie this game late with their fourth string quarterback whose name and if you did not see this i swear to you on all pastore his name is zab noland zaza noland why is short for anything i wish trying to like rack my brain zebediah right try to figure out what is it short for kyle camped gets hurt ends up nolan comes in and isn't just okay is it just serviceable he's good he was really good he moves the ball consistently those bad pick but was good saeb noland 7all and that was the game clinching pack which was say a little dubious but i i couldn't argue against it forty nine forty two a good road win for oklahoma state a another competitive match for iowa state they've proven time and time again it might not be the best him out there but they're gonna fight you're for sixty minutes van they did in this one they're doing it with all available personnel all hands on deck this year for mac campbell and what a job he's done stop prefacing tie iowa state is just good west virginia 28 k state twenty three four touchdowns for will greer and get this.
"elia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A classic berger drew you looking for interesting variations or just the the most basic way to make them um it depends on the dish like we'll have multiple variations of potato salad for example or multiple variations of pulse law and one of my favorites on calls law is a mexican calls slimy i love the main eighth version as much as anybody but the mexican version has salon perot and hall opinion while lime juice and i love that variation and then burgers change from cut part of the country i only have one burger and as i mentioned a originally had no burger on by talk about that in the in the introduction that you can top it with you door divide elia onion or vermont cheddar or publicly no peppers them in there there's it's kind of a pilot for wherever you are all those become produce standardised when you have a three or four major chains that have pretty much making the same thing well that is the main narrative about american food would that there's a lot of standardisation and harmonisation and i'm here to say that's that's not the story there's a lot of spectacular regionalism with alive and well so after all this research how has it affect your own cook have you change as a result of putting this book together i have um uh i have eaten things that i would never have tried before i also have eaten just because i was on deadline i eat a lot of things in unusual combination like i would have a hawaiian dish and then corn pudding and then on adama brad from massachusetts than it was just you know kind of a big mess mice which was a lot of fun but most of all i think i just needs to go on a big cleanse after four king admits book and um maybe it is it's an celery for awhile have you picked up any technique she had used before um so many i mean eight hundred and fifty of them in.
"elia" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"But don't confuse it it's all in front of a native new york i'm just having fun which all our spread the hell out of jerry jones and i appreciate job the he has done in marketing and selling his franchise to the masses there's a lot to be said and he deserves a lot of credit eight six six seven to nine espn that's eight six six seven to nine three seven seven six one of the other things i wanted to get into evolve in the dallas cowboys this up announced that's going on that i'm going to be i'm gonna go go doubt the front senate tell you i think it's unfair and that's what's happening tizzy kill elia the dallas cowboys now don't get me wrong i'm not be presumptuous here in no way amar proclaiming his innocence in any way when he was accused by his girlfriend his then girlfriend of sexual assault make no mistake about it if he's guilty of such a thing i want them to pay just like i'd want any man to pay for be as such a punk doing something like that to a woman what he's never been charged local prosecutors and columbus ohio dropped the investigation because of inconsistent evidence and testimony why is this still an ongoing thing with the national football league almost a year why how fair is that to this young man so a she accusation leads the national football league who have not yet made a decision about about away keep that amman.
"elia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Incidences of any kind of positive engagement that he has with other inmates whether it's tutoring or a teaching or coaching and definitely staying out of trouble you know what's amazing it truly is amazing how he was able to stay out of trouble with that temper a guy who was the temper where he snaps and nearly get did decapitates his ex wife the the mother of his children tipped him he was he was acquitted of those no he was acquitted on the criminal charges was acquitted of those churches to buy but it i somebody to have that kind of temper am and and be able to hold it together for nine years in a very trying facility with a lot of lunatics around that is remarkable although that facility apparently he had a pretty good run of luck he was a star there you signing autographs otter at pictures worth even some of the garbage damage still i think prison over nine years all know is not a good deal your by by the way tim here's a guy who cheated going to prison elia and he did everything but sign the crime scene and blood and then he stupid enough to end the back in prison because he does some other ridiculous thing with a gun when where where the temper comes back into play yeah i think he got a lot of years i mean there are a lot of guys the did the same thing that didn't and a new nine to thirty three at nine thirty three it was a make good for sure what the perot boy wants to see is that you've been rehabilitated only thougiang's simpson not guilty of the crime of murder it was more than twenty years ago that a jury acquitted o j in the killings of his wife whose post hearing i know the very it with the uh the jury latif or thougiang's.
"elia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You know the that's not too far from newark patrick elizabeth while in high school the his high school wednesday championships in football basketball baseball he played his basketball baseball niagara you elia niagara falls murphy he's talking right there he's calling out tie liu and the cavs 'cause they kept doing the same damn thing it was really weird in in the post game i can't find the cutting system but thai lewis pushed upon why they can't defending the three and kevin trained kept taken into the whole and i have this i don't have the sand we'll get it for you later but the written words tyler who after the game quote they're the best i've ever seen somebody said can you elaborate on that he wrote we may have that and he said they're the best i've ever seen i mean no other team has done this right so thirteen onoh in they constantly break records every year last year seventy three and nine this year starting the playoffs thirteen in oh so they're playing good basketball but we can play better true i don't know if i mean i think what he's saying is is is right the warriors have this seventy three win so remember okay they win the first title in 2015 every tells them there were lucky could carry was hurt in san antonio didn't netflix san antonio center so they faced 2016 with his vengeance and they win seventy three games then the darkness falls in the darkness tremont suspended art darkness he watches the rangers game with marchan in the sweet bobby myers end bobby myers and so now they lose that and now they have this motivation to try to big time right that wrong so they're playing as if i mean i know mission i know.