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"elvira" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
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Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is romantica. This month we're talking about mischief makers. Oddballs, chameleons, and nonconformists. Queens of quick wit. Today we're talking about a master of deception. She was known in her social circles as a good time girl with no allegiance to anyone except herself. But she proved this reputation wrong when her double agent work in World War II led to the allied victory on D-Day. Please welcome elvira shadow. Elvira was born in the early 1910s. Her exact birthday isn't known. She was the daughter of a wealthy Peruvian diplomat and developed a taste for the finer things in life. She grew up spoiled in Paris and gained a reputation as a bit of a vapid socialite who enjoyed extravagant parties. Alvira was also openly bisexual. In 1934, alvira married John Chadwick, a wealthy Belgian stock broker. She was 20 three years old. But married life didn't agree with alvira. She thought both her husband and Brussels were exceedingly dull, and she entertained herself through a string of romantic affairs. Eventually, she ran away to Cannes with her close friend and fellow socialite, romi gilby. Romy and elvira passed their days gambling away their money. The duo was still in Cannes when Germany invaded France in the summer of 1940. Elvira and Rome fled the city, driving their convertible north. They caught a boat to England to escape the approaching Nazi forces. But even hundreds of miles from the front lines, adventure found alvera. The night started like many others. Elvira broke was gambling away money she didn't have in an English casino. She was complaining loudly about the usual. Her family was stuck in France. Her multilingual talents were being squandered, and she just couldn't land an interesting job. That night, though, someone was listening. Alvarez named passed up along the ranks until it reached Claude dancy. The assistant chief at the British intelligence service, MI 6. Claude had a proposition for elvira with a Peruvian passport she could travel with ease throughout occupied Europe. And her father's diplomatic status granted her cover into Vichy France. She could be a top notch spy. And the Germans would think the same. What she considered becoming a double agent to help Britain spy on the Nazis? Alvira immediately said yes. MI 6 agents quickly trained elvira for her new spy work. They then sent her to Vichy France. There, she'd report on daily movements of the German troops in the area. And hopefully, she'd get herself noticed by the enemy. She was in another casino. This time back in Cannes, when she caught the eye of Henri chevelle, a wealthy Nazi supporter. Through him, she found herself drinking cocktails and rubbing shoulders with other Nazis, including the German agent known as BB. He saw potential in elvira's easy charm and offered her work as a spy. Everything had gone according to plan. The Germans sent elvira back to England, promising to center a modest sum each month in exchange for any information on the British. Back in England, alvira moved from MI 6 to MI 5 to work with their experimental double cross team. This group would infiltrate German intelligence and feed Nazis information manipulated by the British. At first, this group of double agents was wary of elvira. They thought her flirtations with women were easy blackmail material, and that alvira, though clever, was too frivolous to pull off such an important mission. But alvira eventually gained their trust. The team assigned her a cover job at the BBC and a new code name. They called her agent Bronx, referring to a cocktail of the same name. It was one of just a few cocktails that were still easy to make during wartime rationing. And as her handler put it, it was a very appropriate short name for an exceptional woman. At her post, Alvaro wrote letters to her German handler and invisible ink. Her writing was littered with gossip, half truths and outright lies, but her German colleagues accepted any information gladly. At the same time, she published articles for the British press attacking the Nazi regime. If her German contacts raised their eyebrows, she claimed these publications were necessary to avoid suspicion from the British Secret Service. Alvarez misleading letters to Germany were a great help to the allied cause. She successfully persuaded the Nazis to avoid gas attacks on England. By lying about England's extensive supply of chemical weapons. Alvera also helped to cover up the plans for the infamous invasion at Normandy on June 6th, 1944, D-Day. The Germans knew that the allies would try to invade France. But they needed help from spies like elvira to predict exactly when and where troops might land on French shores. She promised to send a signal if she learned of an upcoming invasion. The plan? Alvira would send a telegram to a Portuguese bank controlled by the Nazis. She used plain language code to send it. What looked like a totally innocent telegram about needing money for a medical procedure. What actually communicate the time and place of allied movements to those who knew the code. But alvera directed German forces away from Normandy. Toward the bay of Biscay instead. When soldiers landed on the beach that fateful day, they found defenses weakened and unprepared for a full scale invasion. Alvarez deceit helped save lives and secure a critical victory for the allies. After the war, Al Vera continued to serve the British, sending telegrams and helping shape politics in post war Europe. But her work as agent Bronx didn't last much longer. When peace was declared, she retired from espionage. She settled in the South of France to enjoy a quiet life running a small gift shop. She died in early 1996 at the age of 85. All month, we're talking about mischief makers. 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"elvira" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I ain't gotta worry about Benjamin. I know you're gonna push you around. All right. You know, you push a salmon around Sami's fine and he's doing a half, you know? But anyhow, let me see here. Yeah. What about these music rights? Yeah, right. Well, you see, and also it had email. I said to you, I said, well, I guess you're not interested in the new song. Because you didn't reply. I didn't see it. You didn't see it, and I said, well, I got two little songs. We'll send them. But but I don't know which one to do. I wanted to get, I wanted to see which one you might want. Want is to be between, I like that song you play the other night. Body and fender man Yes. And then that where I was thinking I was sitting outside the other day on the deck. Watching the breeze through the trees and I was thinking, I don't know. My girl popped into my head, you know? Temptations on my girl. Yes. And so I came up with two of them. But my girl pretty much done, but here's a sinking. You know how these got online used to get. Like the sheet music and stuff? We're gonna play the play this song, but without the vocals. Yeah, like a karaoke track. Okay. Is that legal to do that? Because I don't want to, I already have some weak, I can't afford no $700 an hour order. You're asking me if it's legal to use a track and then record your own audio over it. Technically, no. It's not legal? Not technically. Unless, unless the song is either in the public domain, which these aren't, or is offered in some way where it enables you to do it, which these aren't, that technically no, none of it's legal. The likelihood, the likelihood of anybody bringing action is slim and none. You know, I've often talked about poor Dallas Frazier who's now dead and in the mid 60s he wrote elvira. And of course, in the chorus of elvira, he sang a giddy up, boom, bob, boom, pop a mile out. And nobody cared. And baby ray recorded it also and nobody cared. Well, the problem is over a decade later, see the oak ridge boys recorded it and went to number one with it. Well, at that point the rivingtons who had written and recorded papa uma Mao decided that this was a copyright breach. Now, by the way, if I was the judge, I never would have found this as a copyright breach. But the judge did and Dallas Frazier had to split the royalties. Now, why I'm telling you that story is that when the record was a flop, no one was coming after him. When the record was a hit and there was money, suddenly they will. So to an extent, to an extent your judgment proof, what the hell are they going to get? But if you did something where you had a big hit with it, and now it's all over the radio and royalties are coming to you. Yeah, you probably would hear from somebody. Now what I advise that you just take that to the bank and don't worry about it. No, that's completely up to you. You're asking me, is it a violation? Technically it is. I don't want to do it to lawyers no more man. All right. Well, just don't put it online. I just do the acapella. Well, you're still you're using the melody technically. That is a violation. But again, doing that. Never mind, I do nothing. Yeah. Well, again, I wouldn't worry much about it. You're very popular show, Raleigh. I mean, come on. You've been on the air for like, what? 55 years or 8, exactly. Actually, it is 55 years this year. Wow. You are a fossil. Yes, absolutely. Just kidding, yeah. You sound like a young girl. It's amazing to think that 55 years ago was 1967. 67. All right, I just started in 9th grade. All right. Well, and 67 doesn't seem like that long ago to me, but it is 55 years ago. Yeah, well, I'm glad they didn't have the Internet. So am I? So, am I? I've never got hired nowhere. Yeah, you and me both. All right, I just wanted to ask you that question because I don't want to take no chances. In reality. Right, in reality, probably nothing will happen, but I wouldn't put it on the Internet. Oh, I don't do that stuff. Yeah. Yeah, and that's not my friend. No, it is love. No, it is not. You know, I mean, like I say, I'm not going to talk about that much, but yeah. And you say, well, you know, you said, well, it will, if your children, you know. When I had that answer that? Yes. And I was like, I don't know who's seen that. You know? That's right. Yeah. But it worked out okay. It's gone now. Zara is off now. It's going down. It's a good deal. All right. I don't know. All right, all right, I'll talk to you again. Sounds good. Okay, bye. Yeah. So you got two things. One would be technically if something illegal and number two are your judgment proof. So yeah, I think singing a song on the radio to somebody else's melody, probably not going to wind up in any problem. But, you know, technically, could it? Well, yeah, but a lot of things could happen. All right, and since a lot of things could
Another Mother Runner
"elvira" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"All right, so as usual, let's start with fiction, shall we? Okay, all right. Well, one of the best books I read all year is by a Canadian writer and I've been meaning to read her work, haven't I read Fight Night and her name is Miriam toes. It's TO EWS, but my hockey fan husband assures me that that's the way it's pronounced because toes is a big hockey name. Thank you, Carl for that little factoid. That's kind of handy. But I really resisted reading this book because the title Fight Night. I'm not a big fan of the cover. And yes, I am one of those people that looks at covers and can I just say that when I went through and looked up all of your submissions, which I will admit at the outset, you did the bulk of the book reading. And so the books are mainly your choices, which I fully support. But I was so I was looking all of them up so I could hyperlink to them in the show notes. And I was like, what? Yes. Yeah, not for me either. Not for me. In fact, I was tempted to swallow a couple of shekels and look at a Canadian cop. Because I like met pepper too. I didn't do it. I resisted. But so far I've recommended this book to two other readers who have never read any of toes work. And they both love the book. And it's about centers on a child named shiv SW IV and her grandmother. And her grandmother's name is elvira. And she just calls her grandma, but they live in British Columbia. In Vancouver. And they have this just really, really special relationship. They do not live and what you would call a normal family. They live with swift's mother. Elvira's daughter, Elmira's daughter, excuse me. And essentially, swift is just sort of dropped out of school, how she's able to do that. I'm not sure she's about 9, ten years old. And she takes care of her grandma and vice versa. And the relationship between these two is just fascinating. And the grandmother is one of this ambulance, you know, positive, you know, women, even though she's got a host of physical problems. And at one point, she realizes that she's probably not going to live much longer. So she and with her mother, her daughter, mother daughter blessing..
"elvira" Discussed on Popcast
"Wants to watch where she's come from and where she's going. I think there's that song, girl at home that feels very pre 1989, the kind of synth pop. I do like that one a lot. And then there are kind of like you guys are saying that I think ones that harken back to previous more country versions of her as well. I think the reason that this is my favorite Taylor Swift album is that it kind of gives you the best of both worlds and it has all of the messy things that she can do. I think maybe that's to me why I appreciate the new all too well. It feels of a piece with this record that is just kind of excessive and throws everything at the wall and a lot of it sticks. It is the molting and the reemergence. I mean, it is both of those things. Yeah. The production choices on the vault material are really interesting. Like what you said the elvira, girl at home, going sort of crazy, dance pop, whatever on that, the pup mix sort of all too well, jackets enough ten minute version thing, and then you have on the flip side that I bet you think about me, Aaron dessert, basically doing what I heard as 2002 saddle creek. I put that on my Instagram. You know, it sounds like lifted or Arab bright eyes or rilo kiley to me. You know, so you really, you're getting a lot of different sounds in this back half of the 30s track.
"elvira" Discussed on WCPT 820
"You see PT 8 20 because facts matter All right And somebody that will pretend to be Jody Hamilton will be here on costume Shortly she's dressed as oh don't say Okay All right I know she's dressed as All right And the justice warrior Glenn Kirchner will be here Yes He's just always in superhero gear to me He is Captain America He's your Captain America Yes exactly And John feigel saying and Francis of course it's the sexiest of Friday Oh I'm wearing this is my costume my elvira T-shirt My friend in honor of my friend elvira coming out this year and talking about her fantastic 20 year relationship With a fantastic woman You're up early this morning I really thought you were gonna come down here like in a prison suit in Ivanka wig Oh no I did not do that I thought you could trigger frangela Maybe Jodi maybe I'll do it for yes for Angela Maybe Jody will inspire me to get into costume Okay Is the great pumpkin coming Is the great reconciliation pumpkin coming or not Okay giant poll Right Last night Jake Sherman tweeted the guy Paul just told us in the capital that she expects the house to be able to pass the BBB and B IF in the next week There is a new sense of optimism from one of the leading house progressives She seemed happy clappy Yeah on Rachel last night Okay I don't trust mansions in them as far as I can throw them either There were so many clips of people saying well the Ben's lamented and cinema And no one can get managed Dressed as man cinema for Halloween It's a Two headed creature that destroys everything good in its past but path particularly family Absolutely.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"elvira" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Of bombshells Recently on San Diego's morning news Ted and ladonna talked with Cassandra Peterson But you might know her as elvira mistress of the dark Here's that interview She's just a simple girl from Kansas She titillated us and made us laugh in the 80s elvira mistress of the dark became a superstar All thanks to the woman behind the makeup and the slinky costume Cassandra She's written a jaw dropping new memoir called yours cruelly elvira memoirs of the mistress of the dog Cassandra joining us on the Coke news liveline Good morning Good morning How are you I excellent You know I just feel like I've known you forever because I grew up watching cage J I grew up in Ventura and you were there from the beginning on K H chase since 1981 Yeah it's been a long time This year is my 40th anniversary of being elvira This October Wow So let's start a little before elvira You left him reading your book right now by the way it's incredible I love it but boy your mom Oh okay so you left home at 14 by 17 you were performing in Vegas hanging around people like Frank Sinatra Elvis What was that like as a girl from Kansas Well it was it made me grow up really fast I can tell you that much I mean it was a shock It was suddenly I literally came from a farm in Kansas And here I was 17 years old in Vegas in a show being a show girl dancing around on stage in my skivvies and meeting people like Elvis Tom Jones Frank Sinatra Sam Davis junior and many more And it was a shocking and exciting you know at the same time Well tell us a little bit about your mom Yeah that was a hard part to write in the book You know I mean everybody loved my mom This is a funny thing She had so many friends and she was very vivacious and funny and fun to be around But at home people they didn't really know was that my mother was very abusive Physically and emotionally verbally She came from a very hard background They didn't talk about this in a book but when she was 9 years old she lost her mother and was raised in foster care Did they get to see your success as elvira They did They did and they loved it I mean my dad and mom were both so incredibly proud of me when that happened They used to come out to not scary farm you know here in Southern California where I did a live show every year for 32 years And they couldn't have been prouder My dad wore a hat all the time that said I'm elvira's dad In 1981 you auditioned at khj for the role of elvira Why do you think you got the part You know a lot of people don't know that they think I was just a girl you know on the street that showed up in audition but I had been studying acting and in particular comedy acting for many many years and for the four prior years I had been with the groundlings improv group which is a really big popular improv group here in LA I was prepared when an opportunity came along I mean that's how I can think that is what the reason I ended up getting the part over the other girls who were auditioning Well you know what We're glad you did because you were hysterical Yeah you really amazing I always wanted to ask you How many of those would you shoot Because I know you didn't sit there and watch the movies You just had to shoot the little inserts right I sat there and watched every one of those suckers Really Multiple times because this is sad This is how long ago that was There was no videotape So we watched it on film So you couldn't rewind You couldn't pass forward You couldn't pause So my writing partner John Paragon who sadly just passed away he also played jumpy the Genie in peewee's playhouse John and I would sit down and watch those damn movies a hundred times and write the lines for it So no it would have been a great gig if I would have just had to show up on one day That would have been awesome but no I did everything from helping write it to buy the props do the costumes definitely hire other actors Sometimes I even climbed up on lathers and set my own lights I'm not kidding Oh my gosh Kind of a one man show I just thought you'd go into makeup and they'd hand you your lines and you'd kind of just do it in between the during the commercial breaks But that's great The book is yours truly elvira memoirs of the mistress of the dark It's been a pleasure talking to you Thank you so much Thank you guys Thanks for plugging my book That's our interview with elvira mistress of the dark and I'm Eddie mcv for kogo news Newt Gingrich here can thieves really steal your homes title Take it from this thief who stole over a 150 homes and was sentenced to 25 years in prison This is why you need home title lock Nobody thinks that I can take their house and borrow against the house Oh no I.
The Ham Radio Show
"elvira" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"Be the question. Another question is why do we keep making all these fucking male characters in movies making them female now daniel craig e. k. 007 la who's runners james von ends with the upcoming no time to die says. He doesn't think that women should play the super spy in the future. Movies are right because a lot of stories and cancelled. How dare you not empower women. You're an asshole. Whether the so many women movies out like women superhero next in a star. They beautiful guy about. But here's the thing. Why can't you the same thing when we were talking about. What the fox's name the good-looking black dude with the english accent. That was just because he's even aegis album. Didn't want to be james bond. He wanted to be like another super spy. Why not have james bond who supposedly is the greatest things in sliced bread. He gets caught and the only one to fucking help him as double o. Sixty nine and that's the black guy and the black is a better spy than him. Why not create a better character. And then they have a vehicle for them instead of just going and it was just making black oh vagina. Why channel that in the double o seven thing. If you get a spa old number they can give everybody a baseball. You know this is a lot of times. They give the number to another plan. But that's the argument that people are saying against daniel. Craig is daniel. Craig said in an interview radio times magazine. The actor was asked if he would support a more diverse appointment as his replacement replacement such as a woman or a person of color crisis. The answer to that is very simple. The should simply be the parts for women and actors of color. Why should a woman play. James bond when there should be just a part as good as james bond but a woman the same way when you watch the james bond movie and halle berry was different character named jinx and she was the equivalent the american equivalent. Yeah to james bond. I y you fucking do. Why can't you know that. I understand that hollywood is lazy. Let's get crispell fleming. Wrote the part of the character of grishman's otherwise. Don't make them james bond. Make him charlie block in charleston. I'm black shortly worst name. Everybody is right you know. The name doesn't make cool the characters. You got the same cars. But he's a different guy. Now the bond executive producer barbara broccoli. And yes. that's her real name. Barbara rural setting said the same thing in two thousand eighteen when she said bond is male. He's a male character. He was written as a male. And i think he probably should stay as a male. And that's fine. It's okay we don't have to turn male characters in the women let's just create more female characters culture that they have a but they know he has an fucking has a smooth potato chip data. But that's my point is the problem. Why can't somebody wants toy story once. Why why can't we just have new characters. I interested in. Hollywood is lazy and doesn't want to create new characters just slap on the james bond name because it works that has a built in audience. And they'll tell you know people run with it but if you create something new they may not like it. Why not do it all. And that's what they afraid. But why not but. Here's the thing. Why not if you have the building we want. Here's my question versus have the built in audience. why not just piggyback off. That building audience in create your character and wonder stories because the british thing relates like m. i five and all that so you have like bond comes from. What am i sick. Yeah so secret service. Shift the woman. Foxworthy named joe didn't say the female comes out of five. He didn't say they work together on salt. And then i can piggyback your way out of everything you could be anything but he knew that the why why and also goes back to my whole thing saying well. You can't do that. Because then the dampers dampens the double o seven franchise. Then why can't you have a double o seven because there's multiple right. He's not the only double o seven if i'm correct in that assessment more. No it's a whole branch of the The offices like double. Oh seven is a term for like say with specific a specific spy doubles evidence james bond. If he dies maybe to give the number to somebody else. I don't know but all his life james bond is double awesome right so there is no there are other numbers is this double o created another character up little seven was a fucking department part of department below six seven way is that what is supposed to be by six. Which is what billy you said. If joe paid attention to the show mcgregor building we'll take agreement was wrong here. Houston we have a problem. Though is his james bond. No matter who it is james bond. It's always his name. Will always be james bond assume 007 your james bond. Let's go to the final fucking story. Please all right off button topics so needy goddamn it anyway so now he just said fucking me all and did we just said me i thought be fucked with the franchising anyway. Final story yes. Thank you final story. And i think this is a big one to me because actually it's two big ones elvira is actually gained. How wonderful is this. I want to see if we can get her on. Cassandra bleeders in. She has a new book. That just came out. Jam trying to sell their goes that booking judges said i wanna see her in a porno who Cassandra peterson best known as the character. Enviro mistress of the dark revealed in her just brand new memoir of nine thousand nine year relationship with a woman the seventy year old scream queens says that she met teresa t. We're season at a hollywood gold's gym thinking at the same time. She was the hottest babe boy she had ever seen. Now through this chick looks like a dude or you mean like. I don't know if you ever saw via without the makeup. She's pretty you know she's hat dude..
The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"elvira" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"There's like twenty names and you know some of the best comics in the world and she's like looking and she like he was funnier funnier. I've definitely funnier than him. Like it's still like that. Never goes away. Yeah and she's like seventy man other hants like my favorite actress. Oh i'm really excited about this. I think that joan rivers is someone that has an amazing story. Obviously extremely influential. And yeah i mean to me the icon that she was. It's the real life. Miss mazel as i'm sure the way somewhat pitched it in. Yes but we this. You know this woman who was bugging funnier. The most the boys got the girl is a i was going to do and yeah i can't wait man. I know it's going to be dealt So we'll we'll see that let's see what else white people are up to elvira mistress of the dark or most nerdy. People know are like the first person that did she jacked off to live a certain age on tnt or whatever late night but yeah. Apparently she has revealed her sexuality a wilt chamberlain encounter an more. else cassandra. Peterson is a real name. She's now seventy years old She spent four daycares building her iconic macab personality into a international co icon now in yours cruelly elvira memoirs of the mistress of the dark coming out september twenty which is today see details are trick or treat life in a candid memoir revealing her nineteen year relationship with a woman of female. She only identifies as t- as well as encounters with some of the celebrities world's biggest names including wilt chamberlain who she claims. Oh my god forced oral sex on her not good. Oh we'll we'll chamberlain. Is he still alive or does he add that to the twenty thousand right. Does that was twenty thousand. Get sense you yeah. It does now make sense that that number so high if that's how he was counting people with the right he was using patented numbers..
Capes and Lunatics
"elvira" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"But part of you is like not cut work with these stories. You know they're gonna it but it's just a question of how are they gonna fix which well. Yeah it's where it is another any book that week elvira needs price. It's fun it's delightful. I don't want to give you a lot of Every stuff about it taking up read it enjoy it you'll you'll like it Basically leave there are elder gods in Tricks being played with elder yards by the film crew. It's interesting it's like full. I think you will enjoy it. Pick up elvira meets vincent price of noida. Which number this is. I think it's two or three but anyway of our meets price your soul by those several words even in the. I don't know what. Alright philip any last thoughts on. Tonight's episode. no i'll say tell tristan. I just saw them moral facebook page. I guess they're going to have a bunch of Morals on the broncos so oh yeah oh man that was. One of the things are wanted to talk about ever got Member baby iota. So yes and does caught flat sorted about nubia. Everyone mighty baby yoga yet. Set up. maybe are they're doing that now. You can buy a maurice plus right now. It won't be happy By way other things. I've read defenders number two. This is a good buck. Read it a toxin number. One news like out teen toxin. It's like should sam. Sam was one of the seven deadly sins but didn't want to be totally cool. I love it Pick it up so those two bucks but yeah there's a lot of show okay so if you wanna talk to us about what's out there. How can they do so all right kids. Yes if you wanna talk to us about anything. Marvel dc pounds just pop culture. I e us keeps the lunatics dot com or call the voicemail one four three eight two two seven three seven that's six one four thirty eight.
Tessa and Elliot Argue
"elvira" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue
"Like there's like black cherry very similar flavors of sure because she had like one of those forty ounce cans or whatever. The tall ones tallboy at the ash. She had won four now at. I mean i'm sorry. Orioles a forty. I can't i know. Yeah yeah whatever look at arizona. Teeing kind of like ni- it's like us. Ly is taller than like a red drinker. I'm not forty. So i was like. What are you drinking because about do in a single sitting is dangerous. She's drinking energy drinks. Like m- more sugar. That's like your brother. And i were talking about how your dad was into drinking like monster energy drinks when he first started driving. What like the heart. The regular ones to along the rick got stop pair. I'll think i think yeah. But i yeah i think he wreck. Thank you anyway. Mount do alcoholic. I felt a variety of feelings. Just here that's still wife. he's fine he's fine so this is another olympic story and this is something that i think that we can do with dunkin. Probably dobbin gold medal. Caleb trestle has trained his dog to race like in the olympic swimmer. No so he trained support. He does a water. Yeah using heat it. He just like say it's mazel be. Hey you wanted him to like the water so much i did and projected to like you. Do you do this with the animals. Why you project so much onto these animals and the animals to love you so much you because you loved back. I loved him. Selma much upon them know like a l. I've elvira i'm elvira. Elmira almira alvar elvira. Although your boobs are close. Thanks i l myra yeah i was gonna like to go something less like faulting more insulting more insulting why. I guess this is where my mind is. Because i'm a horrible person. Okay thanks no elmira though you are that like you love the love. Our animals so much. I do not as.
American History Tellers
"elvira" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Your husband had installed with actual windows that rattle with the wind. You follow him into the big tree room. Along the way a guest asks if you will still give them a tour in the morning people ask for john muir more than your husband these days some say they traveled to yosemite just for him as he takes to repairing the window he asks squirrel doing getting dirtier by the day. No matter how much. I try to clean her. She just gets covered and more dirt the next morning and much of this his doing. He's always encouraging your daughter to explore and learn. You know you shouldn't abide it. But he's just the kind of man your husband wants to be but isn't your husband is a good man and you care for him but john. Muir is the kind of man that people want to be with. This is how some historians believe. James hutchings wife elvira felt about john muir. The two became close over his two years. Working for hutchings house. She loved how he treated her daughter. She loved how he fixed her home. She loved the way he held the valley in an almost spiritual regard. Moore wasn't the most physically striking man she'd ever seen but he was a man's man and had an intensity that would make any person take pause. Unfortunately for elvira moore was not attracted to her. He was so focused on his naturalistic observations. That he may not have thought of her as much more than a sister. This does not mean that rumors. Didn't circulate though james hutchings and john muir had been famously close friends muir was abruptly fired. Two years after hutchings hired him. Some believe that moore may have had an affair with elvira the most believe the firing came down to just jealousy hutchings and the of the closeness between moore and his wife and of muir's growing fame hutchings had always viewed himself as the man who built yosemite and yet travelers now came from far and wide to take tours with his younger rival visitors view. Muir as the real expert of the region in early eighteen seventy one mirror claimed he had discovered a glacier in yosemite most believe this impossible including hutchings who'd been writing about and exploring yosemite for almost two decades but muir was right there wasn't glacier and nachos one you would later write about them in the new york tribune when it came time for hutchings to write his own book in the heart of the sierras. He would slight nearby by never referring to him by name in hutchings narrative mir was just a good practical sawyer but to the rest of the world. Moore was the expert. The real sage of the land. Hutchings was just a hotel yay in eighteen. Seventy two after six years of arguing that the government should not be allowed to take someone's land hutchings case landed in the united states supreme court. His lawyer argued the importance of land ownership and the rights of every american citizen december. The supreme court gave their verdict and hutchings versus low. They cited against hutchings. The court ruled congress had every right to establish the yosemite grant and the move did not violate hutchings. Homestead claims just because federal lands were available for settlement did not force the government to release the lands to private individuals. The court noted it seems to us a little less than absurd to say that a sadler by acquiring a right to be preferred in the purchase of property provided a sale is made by the owner thereby acquires a right to compel the owner to sell hutchings versus low affirmed. The constitutionality of national parks created from public lands setting a legal precedent. The.
"elvira" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"We'll talk with Congresswoman Maria Elvira Salazar. Right now we are starting with Water Senator Rick Scott. Thank you for taking the time with us Senator. Boy. Don't you feel sorry for the Cuban people? But they're finally saying enough enough, And they I'm worried, though. How? How brutal. The A Castro regime is going to be Of beating them and shooting and and all this, so, but I mean, they're saying enough's enough and you clearly see socialism capped Communism doesn't work. It always ends up in shortages, So I hope that my administration shows up and And start to be more vocal and tried to get the world community the believes in freedom to get more active and add more sanctions didn't do everything we can just to support. You know the Cuban people, not Cuban dictatorship. Senator you bring up a really important point, which is the window is narrow an opportunity. We've already seen the crackdowns begin in Cuba, the It's unlikely that the government is going to offer much oxygen in the room. We know that starting Sunday they were cutting off the Internet to even electricity. And so how important is this window of time? Right now, this this Day even to take action, whatever the appropriate action is in support of what's taking place in Cuba right now. We need to happen right now is the by administration make needs to make this the issue. This is the opportunity for the by administration to show up and say we support the Cuban people. We support to keeping people people's right to liberty, Freedom free and fair elections and we're gonna we're gonna rallied the world community. Joe Biden wants to be this member of this National international club within he needs to get a call of his club members and say, you know, go, you know. Cowboys. Johnson call no feel and called McCrone and say, Look, we're all in a stand here and say, Enough's enough. This has got to end that this regime that oppresses its people has got to stop. And that's what he ought to be doing right now. Unfortunately, is not, um so I'm going to do everything I can to push that my administration to do their job. Senator. We know that it's complicated with Cuba that there is so much outside influence, none, the least of which is Russia and China and by proxy Iran and the ties with Venezuela as well. How much of what isn't happening right now, do you think is perhaps paying homage to China in the low of doing what's right by the Cuban people? You know what I think this issue is so it's so easy. America stands for freedom and liberty everywhere. They should stand for freedom, liberty for everybody in Cuba. So it shouldn't matter. What. What? Um, you know, the general secretary of the Communist Party of China thinks it shouldn't matter what Putin thinks it shouldn't matter what the Ayatollah thinks it should matter. What do what is America stand for? And so the the by administration. Joe Biden needs to be today on TV, calling world leaders and saying We all need to be vocal that this has got to end. And we've got to do everything we can to make sure the world community knows what the cash regime is what they are. They killed their own citizens. They beat up their own citizens. They're beating up women. Mean that we have We have people like they didn't welfare. We don't know where he is right now and his son. So we know they've been taken. That's all we know. So with that show up, I mean, you've got you've got this pulpit. You've got this opportunity, Joe Biden. Go do it. Speaking to Senator Rick Scott, and I appreciate your leadership on this issue. There's actually another issue today that I wanted to ask you about because as I was actually doing a little work on it myself, I have to see your tweet, which couldn't have been more on point and it's pertaining to inflation. We ended up getting the C p I Today we keep hearing this word. Now the Federal Reserve and the Bank administration No, it's all transitory. And meaning that it's so it's just going to be temporary yet month after month. We continue to say that if you don't have more than 5% more money today, compared to a year ago, you're falling behind and To that end, you know you had a really good point about spending and how spending is related to a lot of the inflation we're paying, because it's watering down the value of the U. S dollars. You talk a little bit about that. Well, two things are happening. The Democrats will spend every dollar serious. I mean, they mean the latest is Bernie Sanders wants to spend another $6 trillion on so called infrastructure that has nothing to do with infrastructure. You look at the Federal Reserve. They can. You know they've had a 25% increase in money supply to with something. Think about this. You're throwing money into the market. What that does you think it causes inflation? Historically, it's always cost inflation. So earlier this year, the Federal Reserve said, always know, never go over like 2.5%. Well, it's month after month. It's up. It's 5.5% for June In the last 12 months, the annualized monthly CPI growth Um it's 11 almost 12%. That means When you go to the grocery store when you fill up your car when you buy something by a car. I mean things are more expensive. That means it's a tax on. It just says OK, so if your income state at $100 All right, Then you've got that You've got to add another 5% are now 5.4% just to be able to buy what you would buy a year ago. Well, I mean that that that hurts. Think about if you want a fixed income. You're getting the same amount of money every month. How do you How do you basically things If you're poor, how you pay for things they think and look at what businesses are having to do. They have to. They have to reduce their labor, and they got to reduce some cost. Right and it you know, historically, it's labor. And that means that means fewer jobs. So it's impacting families all across Florida Gas prices are up nearly a dollar that's up almost 50% in a year. Okay. I mean that. I mean, that's an unbelievable and that's immediate tax on you right out of your pocket. It was my administration. The reserve is doing nothing about it. It was a do well. In fact, the other the end of it. You know, day one priority was to begin reining in U. S sources of energy, You know, in taking action against things like the Colonial part going Yeah. So they got to get rid of the You know the, uh, the pipeline in America, but they allowed the pipeline pipeline for Russia. I mean, how does this make sense? They want us to they. They're They're making us less energy independent and they're causing our gas prices to go up. It impacts our poorest families. If you're rich, you probably your house goes up quite a better if your you know your investments are going up quite a bit. But if you're if you're, you know, just making ends meet. I mean, this is harder and harder and harder. Every month I grew up in a poor family. I watch my mom. She's taking Irene to be able to buy groceries. So whatever she made that day, she said, This is how much money we had. So we had to figure out in a very inflationary environment. When I was going on. How do you How do you buy what we need to do to live on? It's hard on poor families. Senator Scott. I mean, it's not a coincidence that you have a new administration and Democrats and complete control in Washington, and you have the highest inflation we've had in decades. We have the crisis at the Southern border and we have crime spike in all across the country. I mean, there there. This is ultimately direct result of policies are not If you if you look all that Biden going to be president, but he wouldn't know He wants no responsibility. He's doing nothing on inflation. He's doing nothing on the southern border. He's doing nothing on trying the issues that we're dealing with in Latin America. Mean, what has he done? He just wants to have a nice title and show up and do nothing They do. His administration is doing nothing. Now they are spending money like crazy. Which is which is part of what's causing this inflation, But they're not. They're not tackling any issue and trying to solve it. Inflation. The southern border crisis in Cuba. The crisis in in Venezuela, the crisis in Colombia none of this you don't hear a word out of his mouth. Senator Rick Scott at ST Rick Scott on Twitter. Thank you very much for the time. Appreciate it. Right. Have a good day. Thank you as well. Be right back with Congressman Mario Diaz Bar on the Brian Blood Show NewsRadio 6 10. W i. 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"elvira" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"And that is why. I am in the united states congress because i would be. I wanna be one of the loudest and strongest voices against that ideology. You see the problem with socialism. Mr katzen is that is wonderful in theory but it's miserable in practice people drank the koolade because it sounds so good but governments cannot be god if big government were to be so good then venezuela should be switzerland in twenty years. The average venezuelan has lost fifteen pounds because of lack of food. Could you imagine that scenario in a country that has the largest reserves of oil in the world. What does that tell you that tells you that. Democratic socialism doesn't work because we'll go chavez and i interviewed him in nineteen ninety nine when i was a news reporter. He said to the venezuelans that he wanted to create a democratic socialism socialist state because since according to his vision the venezuelans were not enjoying the riches of the oil that country produced then he thought and he does what he was selling when he won the first election and he did win hands down and fair and square that election was transparent in nine hundred ninety nine because he promised the fallacy the same fallacy. That unfortunately aoc any land omar and all the members of the squad are selling to our children's specifically in new york. Sounds onto thanks to you sir. Wonderful to have met you and to be with you and wonderful to be with you again. Indeed may the lord. Bless the united states of america until you too big hogs to all of this roundtable..
"elvira" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
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"elvira" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"This is the catch. Fabled trump kass mckean's here sunday morning. Well we go all over the world. We go in every state just about and today. We're in florida we have release congresswoman maria salazar freshman congresswoman and She loves america and she was born in america of cubing background in morning swimmer. And how are you. Good morning mr katz tedious. Wonderful to be with you. And you living down in miami and when you see two years donna shalala that's correct. I live in miami district number. Twenty seven is my district which includes the city of miami miami beach. North bay village key biscayne fisher island and i won Now in twenty twenty By very big martin. And i'm very grateful to be able to serve the people that live in district number twenty seven indeed every day. Yes a lot of new yorkers every day. Coming down to miami in miami beach. Because i think that we have a fantastic weather and great tax governor year. He's trying to keep people here in new york is doing a tell us about miami. What did you see further expansion. I see the miami's definitely growing. Because you have two or three main points that are attractive to the general population. Specifically those new yorkers number. One you have to pay taxes we do not have a state tax. Florida does not have state tax. And you do not have a city tax number two. You have wonderful weather. We have Eighty degrees and rising in the middle of october november number three. We have a very cosmopolitan Population i would say that. Miami is the capital of latin america. And you have that flavor of the cubans and the puerto ricans and And the brazilians. In the argentinians everybody In the same spot. That's why i always say that i am. We are diana the rate that i represented the ultimate melting pot. That's very attractive. On top of that we have now. The new yorkers that are bringing the art and are bringing the good jobs the hedge funds and and the financial knowledge so we we are perfect and beautiful mosaic of what this country could be still having.
Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"elvira" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"Alright mary and again that's h. e. l. p. So one of my favorite parts. I just wanna get. This out is rosa rosa. The season's villain name name air. Oh yeah. I kind of liked that moment. I sort of enjoy the lake arm. Not even answering that. If at all. I thought rose as was the best sixty nine questions. I thought it was really good. I just don't like her. I just i'm just i'm to paul about it. I just i. I wanna see i feel like i really liked simone's bride probably got mixed the most. Because i kind of see got mic laughing at his own jokes that i enjoyed. I enjoyed like just that kind. Of like i know playing a game with you right now. I know i'm doing this thing. Called sixty nine questions with you. Right now is not the same about roseanne. I thought rose as questions were or her answers. Were funnier you know the most. I don't know like witty too polished. It's interesting may no no. It's such an interesting thing. There is such a truth to it. That i there is something about someone being too polished. It's such an interesting idea. Because it's so like. I don't know that's a whole other tangent but like i i get it i get that critique and i think it's really interesting but i can definitely feel that as well the best answer. Can we agree on this. The best answer was thirty. Six twenty four thirty six and yes. They're real that was the best answer. And that's what's that from. Because i heard that before. Well that's like you know. Well yes they're real is always you know the i'm sure it's vira or at some like You know Yeah busty woman right and then thirty six twenty five thirty four whatever it is that is what people say are the dimensions of a woman. That ever that men like you know. It's no i i understand. I just wasn't sure if it was a direct quote from something it felt like is it just of that those dimensions. Yeah it all you know. I was getting the you know the elvira the jessica rabbit at all..
The Ben Shapiro Show
Biden Faces Strategic Challenges in Immigration-Reform Effort
"As the Biden administration deals with a surge of migrants and asylum seekers at the nation's southern border. Democrats in the House were expected to advance legislation this week, providing legal status for millions of young immigrants known as dreamers and for immigrant agriculture workers. But neither bill has bipartisan support needed in the Senate. No party holds a monopoly on compassion. Florida Republican Maria Elvira Salazar is introducing a bill she says, provides border security changes to asylum laws and what she calls a 10 year. Dignity path for those living in the U. S illegally. Lawmakers in both parties concede a comprehensive immigration bill is unlikely to win bipartisan support boxes. Jared Halpert on
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"elvira" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In 2016 hey told investor patients told investigators Hey, had several degrees is what he claimed. He told them he had a PhD in an MD As a teenager. They didn't realize he was 18 years old at the time. Hey, stole 35 grand from an elderly patient in 2015 illegally operating a medical practice complete with an office lab coat and a stethoscope. Good man job for you. Confidence high, though. Yeah. And speaking of fires in Okaloosa A man and his own trunk. Earth's own truck. Scuse me, no truck. There's no no troops tried it all trunk on a truck. You said his own truck up in flames. Does. He says he wanted to give deputies quote something to do and quote. Thank you. So how Florida Way to go. You gave them something to do. Hey, when you're elected to Congress, which is something that the three of us will never dare will never know. Definitely not me. We'll never know the ways that you know you've campaigned hard. You worked to get elected. You beat out whoever was against you. And it's a proud moment that you want to. You know, it's very special is the swearing in ceremony area and unfortunately there was somebody who did not get to attend. Congresswoman elect. This was what the says She's now, Congresswoman Maria Elvira Salazar said during the break. She was going to miss her own swearing in ceremony for members of Congress because she tested positive for Corona virus. That's that's socks. It's like all the seniors that didn't get to do their graduation. Where would she have been in the Capitol building? If when all this stuff was going on this week? Did she dodged that bullet? At least? I don't believe so. I think this is More of a seat state thing, but it doesn't say I hope that you could forgive me. As I have been unable to communicate their social media..
Celeb News Ride Home
Michelle Williams is Engaged and Pregnant and the Timeline is Weird
"Michelle. Williams is pregnant and engaged to brand new guy who seemingly came out of nowhere. His his name is Thomas Kale and the two met while he directed her in Fossey Verdon. He's also known for being the director of Hamilton. This news broke on on people dot com on Monday which featured the couple posing and some. I'm in love photos alongside the news of their engagement and pregnancy and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah on the surface. Is this all sounds kind of like a painfully boring a listener getting married Blah Blah Blah. But actually it's not boring. It's super interesting. A and very very weird and possibly suspect first off. It's worth noting that Michelle and Thomas are allegedly still married to other people and they also allegedly just met each other a few months ago. This timing if true it feels very noah Baumbach. Greta Gerwig levels of like So so if you're wondering why they went with like the the flashy old school publicist coordinated in people dot com about their pregnancy and engagement. Well first first of all they snuck it in over the New Year's Eve holiday which is a slow news week and maybe they were hoping it wouldn't get that much coverage and secondly she's going to be on the red carpet but this Sunday for the Golden Globe so I'm guessing maybe they're trying to get ahead of the buzz around her. Having a a baby bump page six covered. This writing quote. Many media insiders raised their eyebrows on Monday evening when a cheery piece appeared on people magazine's website announcing the news that Michelle Williams is pregnant and engaged to the Hamilton director. Thomas Kale but the piece which features a family album worthy `Paparazzi shot of the happy pair conspicuously neglected to mention the fairly juicy fact that both Williams and Kale were in serious relationships with other people when they met just a few months ago page six later added quote. The Omission Lead tabloid veterans to speculate that Williams's camp slipped the exclusive to people on the condition that the weekly keep mum about the potentially embarrassing circumstances of their Happy Union and quote sidebar. I Love The phrase tabloid veteran. Can I be a tabloid veteran. I WanNa be a tabloid loyd veteran. Anyway so yeah it seems like they got together and you know they did kind of a tit for tat with people where they were like. Don't talk about how the timing is maybe shady the and maybe we liked cheated or something. Just post the happy pictures of us in Yay. We're all good anyway while most of the world was getting completely blackout drunk on New Year's Eve. These brave souls at my favorite gossip site Ono. They didn't restricting together. A detailed timeline of Michelle Williams's relationships throughout the past three years they summed up her kind of serial serial monogamy writing quote January twenty eighteen Williams dating possibly engaged to Andrew Use men July twenty eighteen williams. Mary's Aries Phil Elvira begins work on Fossey Verdon December second twenty eighteen. Thomas Kale attends the Kennedy Center honors with wife Angela Christian in March two thousand Nineteen Fossey Vert and wraps April twenty nineteen the Williams slash. elver separation is made public Kale attends the premiere of his show without his wife December. Two Thousand Nineteen Williams and Kale announce their engagement and pregnancy end quote. So there you have it Michelle. Williams is having her second child. Silence her kid. Mathilde is getting a little sibling congrats. Michelle and Thomas Kale. Who cares about the the timing and you know the other people whatever? It's all good happy for. Are you guys
Monocle 24: Midori House
Minister: Turkey will emerge stronger from lira crisis despite row with U.S.
"Today, our IVA Gabe professor of political journalism at the university of Sussex and Peter Goodman, global economic correspondent for the New York Times, welcome both. And we will start in Turkey where finance minister and presidential son-in-law possibly not coincidentally at Albayrak has been speaking today attempting to conjure phrases sufficiently reassuring to arrest the recent vertiginous slide of the Turkish lira markets at least have liked what they heard. Lira is up about four and a half percent against the US dollar today, but it still down by a fifth on where it was a month ago and by nearly half on where it was a year ago, it would therefore seem optimistic
Curtis & Eboni
Cnn, Nick Valencia and Travis discussed on Curtis & Eboni
"The deadly waffle house shooting fled the scene cnn's nick valencia reports the man who snatched an air fifteen rifle out of the hands of the shooter james shaw junior being held as a hero if he hadn't done enough already he's also started to go fund me account for the victims of this shooting sorta raise more than six thousand dollars and speaking of the victims two of them remain in the hospital in stable condition more than eighty police officers are searching for the suspect travis ranking four people were killed an unruly passenger hit with a stun gun and forcibly pulled from american airlines flight from miami to chicago a witness shot video of the dramatic scene last night for the year your line says the man got into an argument with another passenger and officer told him he was being removed because he assaulted a lady a woman is in custody for keeping her young child locked in mccaren college point count a forty six year old mother elvira sika is charged with endangering the welfare of a child leaving the two year old locked in my car yesterday afternoon in a shopping parking mall and one woman says that's not a good thing that's very very upsetting especially this day and age every dangerous i'm so sorry to hear the firefighters rescued the girl who was overheated and dehydrated from being left alone for thirty.
Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller
Report: Russia-linked accounts stirred discord in Milwaukee
"Of tweets found a russian linked accounts sought to spur racial and political discord in wisconsin after a police officers fatal shooting of an african american man sparked riots the milwaukee journal sentinel reporting the accounts that more than thirty tweets during august of two thousand sixteen one of the accounts ten gop was named in a recent federal indictment from special counsel robert muller miami dade police say the death toll now up to six and the collapse of pedestrian bridge at florida international university officials say the operation has turned from rescue to recovery detective elvira zabaleta says they can't release any information yet about the victims he says ten people were initially hospitalized the bridge was not yet open when it collapsed on vehicles that were waiting at a stoplight time for the wtmj drake in associates market update at the opening bell the dow is up forty seven at twenty four thousand nine twenty the nasdaq is up nineteen at seventy five o two and the is up eight at twenty seven fifty five the wtmj five day forecast partly cloudy today high thirty five along the lake up to forty inland could see a few sprinkles or flurries tonight let under twenty eight tomorrow becoming sunny forty two lakeside fortyseven inland beautiful sunday sunny and warm up to fifty monday partly sunny forty for the high tuesday partly sunny and a high of thirty seven in delhi field it's nineteen pleasant prairie twentyseven in milwaukee we're at twenty three degrees i'm jane matenaer newsradio wtmj alfred lord tennyson wrote in the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love i think all elfriede would've loved the cutler wedge feature from penny monster her fake for snuggle bunnies bunnies like an oversized chair attached to.
Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller
Prosecutors drop assault charges in Penn State hazing death
"And teenagers in that time melissa barklay wtmj news hennigan says all seven service members on board a us military helicopter were killed in a crash in iraq more from abc's tom rivers defense officials say so far there's no indication that the pave hawk helicopter was shot down the chopper had been used by the air force for combat search and rescue and it was in transit from one location to another when it came down near the town of kwame and bar province near the syrian border six people now said to be dead in that bridge collapse on the campus of florida international university miami dade police spokesman elvira zabaleta says rescue crews are still searching through the rubble that bridge whatever's left of it is very very unstable so we have to be very careful as they're moving stuff because of the fact that you're talking to tons of concrete the bridge was lifted into place just five days ago prosecutors are topping all assault charges against members of penn state fraternity in a hazing death of a pledge details from cbs news anne marie green investigators say tim piazza was given at least eighteen alcoholic drinks over ninety minute period last year he fell down basement stairs hitting his head fraternity members found him unconscious but waited forty minutes before calling for help prosecutors will continue to pursue involuntary.
50 years ago, the My Lai massacre shamed the US military
"The new york conversation news in washington i'm nora raum officials in florida now say at least six people died when a pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a highway yesterday workers continue to search the rubble but miami dade police department spokesman elvira zabaleta says they don't expect to find any more survivors as of last night's operational brief it was determined by ami they fire rescue that they were going to relinquish their lead on the on the whole operation to the police department so now this has turned into from a rescue to a recovery operation the bridge connects the campus of florida international university to the community of sweetwater thousands of protesters filled the streets of rio de janeiro yesterday to protest the killing of city council member mary ellie franko the rising political star was a vocal critic of police violence and military forces in rio slums franco and her driver were gunned down in her car wednesday night in what police say was a targeted attack brazilian president michel temer has called the attack an attack on democracy today is the fiftieth anniversary of the me lie massacre when u s troops killed more than five hundred people in a village in vietnam a ceremony was held today at the site which is now a memorial to those who died some us veterans of the vietnam war were there and expressed remorse for the atrocity i'm nora raum npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the aclu was filing a class action lawsuit against the trump administration for it describes as the unconstitutional indefinite detention of immigrants seeking asylum wnyc's matt cat says the case involves a detainee in new jersey the suit says a man identified only as n j j r was beaten back in venezuela due to his opposition to the government's he came to the us seeking refuge but is now detained in.