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"emily brown" Discussed on KOMO
"Because especially with people stopping wearing masks now there's going to be another surge definitely President Biden got his second booster this afternoon a line of severe storms is rolling across Deep South it's blamed for at least two confirmed tornadoes down power lines and cause damage in a number of states The academy of motion arts and picture motion pictures arts and sciences says Will Smith was asked to leave the Oscar Sunday Night but refused You're listening to ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station Northwest news radio Anything 6 O two rain showers in downtown Seattle has cooled our temperature to 49° I'm ELISA jaffe with Rick van syce and here's what's happening and Everett man has been arrested on suspicion of fatally shooting another man from Everett earlier this month Police say the suspect shot and killed the 31 year old victim outside of a 128 billiards march 6th the 22 year old suspect was arrested at a job site yesterday and booked for first degree murder bail has been set at $1 million Some utility customers will get a break from late fees and deposits We have details from Jeff pozole The state utilities and transportation commission is extending a ban on such charges to help customers going through tough times due to the pandemic but it only affects customers of private utilities as the UTC has no jurisdiction over public ones such as Seattle city lied or the snohomish POD As for cutoffs commission spokeswoman Emily Brown The band on disconnection is expired in October So utilities can disconnect customers but there's certain requirements they have to follow first Jeff Poe to let northwest news radio New COVID case numbers are up slightly and king and stomach counties as cases and hospitalizations continue to decline across our state Ryan Harris has the experts analysis Those increases on this side of the sound are small but they raise a question as the omicron sub variant becomes dominant in Washington and as some European and Asian countries see BA two waves Deputy state health secretary Lacey farron box says it's likely a combination of factors including a change in policies which she says signals to people things are going back to normal Not just less masking but more activity happening combined with waning immunity So it really is important to think about the measures you can take in the midst of BA two which is more transmissible State health still urges you to keep up on your COVID shots but they say there's also plenty of doses of a new antibody treatment called Evo shell which people who had weak immune responses from or allergic reactions to the vaccines can take for about 6 months of protection Ryan Harris northwest news radio Coming up after traffic and weather tracking the response to a skyrocketing opioid crisis And John lover team in King County 6 O four here's Marina rockinger watching the roads as the latest from the dubin law group traffic center I want a tough one coming through Seattle the backup begins southbound I 5 at north 85th and it just remains socked in bumper to bumper solid traffic to I 90 remain sluggish down to the west Seattle bridge Highway 99 southbound is solid as well from the stadium's down to south spoke hand street First avenue south bridge closed right now for boat traffic Southbound four O 5 crowded in Bellevue from northeast 8th to Cole creek Parkway westbound 5 20 trying to recover from some earlier problems It's pretty slow coming across the Lake after you leave 84th avenue northeast and it's going to be slow across the Lake all the way over to I 5 eastbound slow near Mott like from earlier problems It's not about southbound I 5 is sluggish from wild waves into 5 next northwest traffic at 6 14 So The Rain is moving through at least in downtown Seattle maybe in your neighborhood too the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center forecasters como four Shannon O'Donnell While either everybody as we slide into our Wednesday night the clouds are going to stick around for many of us especially right over the center of town a good old puget sound convergence zone going strong so we do have some lingering showers particularly from Paul's bow and from the north end of the kitsap Peninsula all the way back through the center of King County As we head into our Thursday fewer sprinkles more in the way of some sun breaking through highs to finish up march in the low 50s and the come before weather center on meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell The Rain we've had over here at Seattle center is cooled our temperature down to 49° You're in the.
"emily brown" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"They're either somewhat or very superstitious. That's why americans still crossed their fingers. Knock on wood and check their horoscopes before going outside. But americans aren't the only superstitious people out there. There are superstitions from all over the world followed with varying degrees of seriousness. That people use to keep their good luck meter from running out so just like in america. Most people in these countries don't really believe these superstitions but do but some do and the legacy has lasted long enough that they're often part of the cultural fabric in the following questions. You'll be asked about international superstitions. The person who gets the most correct answers will win. Seven years of good luck. That's the game. That's dumb luck now. Joining us to play this game. I mentioned at the beginning of the show is relevance newest staffer. Emily brown downtown. Emily brown welcome to the show. Emily hey glad to be here guys. Nice to meet everyone so going around the horn. You work with me and tyler. Every day but jesse yes relevant legend. You haven't met jesse yet heavy. I'm not meant jesse. Welcome welcome aboard. Welcome aboard and minor Grammy winning artists producer. He's a he's got a record. Label mogul derek minor. Have you ever met derek. I actually have met derek He's not gonna remember this at all and that's really day He so i went to stephen. F austin state university in nacogdoches texas. And he was here a couple years ago okay. and nagging doubts is so scared being in that place as long as i live.
"emily brown" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Know what you did was. He said the word vaccine. And that's it it triggered all crazy. Seo alerts if somebody post about the vaccine. I'm gonna tell you. I think you know business. You know you say if we want things to put little put some words in there like vaccine they get people like really excited and they got a ministry to women. St louis numbers are a little down. Women in ministry is is What what women can't dance denomination all sorts of don't that there's two tiers of christians. There's the men and the women are lower. Tier man need to wash the marvel. What if shows the see captain. Captain carter she was a better captain. America steve rogers. She's gonna overnight. She had she had a nine millimeter. I've never sees d. Rogers would've blowing planes about the sky. Man peggy carter mess why. We have a great show in store few today. Speaking of women ministry Jackie hill perry joins us later. She has an upcoming book called holier than now we talked about that. She gives us some wisdom on on. How god's holiness is powerful in life changing for each of us. It's good stuff. Don't miss it. Also like i mentioned at the beginning. It's friday the thirteenth today. So we're playing. A brand new game called dumb lock. It's going to be interesting and one of our newest staff members. Emily brown downtown. Emily brown is joining us..
"emily brown" Discussed on LadyGang
"I don't know a spin off of like then you you guys will. You should also be able to do how i met your father and somehow tie in. Isn't hillary duff doing that. I think hillary is like she but like you can absolutely come in and play somebody that flake play the role of josh. Ratner's daughter right. That's a fun fun little. We've got an idea. So i do want to ask you this. I want to ask you about auditioning because bhakta will not really. I mean well. Jack runs lines with becca or used to until she found somebody better until she got someone better her husband in. No no zack. Martin is not a great. No jack is much better. Strong thank you. I want to know about like the audition process. Worst auditions best. Audition auditioned for turner and huge. Like tell me a story. I have so many but is i've been doing this since i was five. But like i audition for What was that movie about. The sex with the sex is what checks the facts. You know the one dakota. John offense sheet right okay. So i auditioned for that and it was the audition was just a monologue and the monologue and i don't. I never saw the movie. Like i don't know if it ended up in the film or if it was just for audition purposes but was a monologue that was basically me laying on Like a son chair like lounging beecher a pool and telling someone like an orgasm story like just like a full page monologue just expressing myself about touching myself. I everyone was like this is going to be a giant movie is going to change your life forever and was like beca. You know that one of those things where you're like everything is telling you to stop doing this. Yes gene shin. Yeah this is not. This is not for you. If you're getting the red flags swearing listening. Lindsey and i want an hands who got the gile dakota johnson. Oh wait it's that movie shades of gray thinking of. I'm sorry i was thinking of. That is shut. Tom cruise movie bad because no one needs to bring that up right now. I'm already troubled about turning. Thank you for coming to ted talk. So how is the addition. I need to know how when you would have been a great anastassia. Well that's very sweet. I'm sure i just not good being in front of a stranger in talking about like pressuring myself. Call me crazy. Who is like if you're in good. That's not good at that. That's your job first of all. Congratulations great job for you. But also your something is off if you can actually go in like no abandon about like watching yourself. That's another level of acting. I can't come in and take good for you. You know for you but good moments that are were like the almost moment like i. I got very close. I did the screen test for hunger games with the director for that. And like i remember. Emily browning in the room and like getting very you know priest says jennifer lawrence. Yeah and like so. There's a lot of these moments that were what else. What else store. Oh god all of them. But i'm lame theories you know cute. I just really Every time that. I see them always like. Oh yes that makes sense. Yeah and you know what this. This is a full circle to. I should be more ambitious or competitive. I really should no no. It doesn't help.
"emily brown" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Around remember veggietales. Our associate editor. Emily brown almost had a real spiritual collapse in the middle of the meeting. When she so we so we did. We did cover this. I wrote a honestly too long article about this and some of the cover up the theological implications and and we posted. Did quite you know it did what it i think people were as we knew they would be. Shocked intrigue to shock and vegetables. Yeah the story that we told it keeps going. Though it's it was so far that fisher. Who now he's no longer involved veggietales but he does have a podcast the holy post podcast which he co host with friend of the shows sky. Giovanni who has been on a number of times on the relevant podcast and they have a very good podcast. And i recommend it very highly but they the they discussed this article and i would say they were I would say. I don't know if they i don't think upset is the right a word but but there was a there was a dramatic reading of the entire article. The fisher did that you can go. Listen to they speculated about the about the illegal substances that i may have taken before right in the article.
"emily brown" Discussed on Z104
"Here's something you might not know about Ashley and you probably wouldn't have guessed about actually. And it's not that she's crazy, Insane, fanatic fan, But she is a twilight fan. Oh, yes. Not like crazy fan like you didn't have a There's Edward calling remote things about Ash. I like wanted to be a vampire. Like after I watched it right. I was all about being pale and wearing black and like being mysterious. I loved. It might interest you to know who. Stephenie Meyer, the author of the Twilight Series, finally revealed who she wanted to play her characters in the movies, and it's very different. Then who we got So first, Bella was played by Kristen Stewart. Um, but Stephenie Meyer said, My favorite choice was Emily Browning of Lemony Snicket is Fame. If you remember from that movie, that's who I wanted to play. It's funny. I can only know people who are in Jim Carrey movie. Yes. Um, Here's one that might strike you for Edward. Robert Pattinson. He played Edward. Right? Edward Cullen. She wanted Henry Cavil. Who? Yeah. I remember hearing that before. Yeah, And there's a picture I saw of Henry with the old school haircut. Know that you have worked would have worked. Yeah, maybe a little older than she wanted. Yeah, but I don't know well and everything. He's 38 years old Now. Twilight came out years ago. So you have been probably in his late twenties, maybe as far as Alice Cullen. She said I wanted Rachel Leigh cook by they chose Ashley Greene instead. Actually, grains pretty trying to find, um what's his name? Who? Taylor Lautner played in movie, Jacob. Right? There wasn't she didn't have anybody in mind for Jacob. Because that was like those are the ones I wanted to know. Who did you want for? Bella? Who did you want for? Edward? Who did you want for Jake? I could see Rachel Leigh Cook also being You know, Ashley, she has that. Look, if you don't know she was in. She's all that. Yes, right. Yeah, By the way, the the actor who played Bella's dad remember Bella's dad. Grizzly man? Yeah. You know what she wanted for that role? John C. Reilly from step brothers and Ricky Bobby and the shake and bake. Really? That's who she thought would be a good to see the picture to that would have been a horrible idea. No, I thought I thought they did a good job with the dad. So I would have just laughed. Yeah, he was. No, you couldn't take That's seriously. It's hard to take him seriously in any movie at this point, so all right, get your opinions out and get ready because we're going to give me your two cents next..
"emily brown" Discussed on WTOP
"This Thanksgiving. I'm Melissa. How solving cold cases. Prince George's County gets a new tool to tackle them on Kate Ryan. It's 6 31. CBS News Brave Americans learning about the complications of coronavirus the hard way Cove it very lightly before I didn't care about wearing a mask or I thought all that stupid. Well, it's not because this covert is real. Emily Brown of Tennessee, said she was admitted to the ICU with the virus and woke up weeks later, with her new baby having already been born, the U. S has more than 12 million infections. More Republicans speaking up for the Trump administration to hand over key information as part of the transition of power. Republican Senator Lamar Alexander broke with many of his colleagues and urged the White House to provide the Biden team all access necessary so that both sides are ready on day one. For now, Mr Biden is counting on Democrats to hack before he gets into office. Specifically on legislation to interest the pandemic. In and out Burger comes to Colorado customers have been blocking highway traffic and waiting in line for hours in order to place their orders. CBS News Brief. I'm Lisa Matteo. Federal judge has thrown out the Trump campaign bid to prevent Pennsylvania vote certification. We'll have more on this story. It's a breaking story, and we will have more details as we get them. Now, President Trump is still refusing to concede the 2020 presidential election. The president's campaign, firing off a note to supporters and seven this morning still casting doubt on the election results, and the president has been hinting all along that he still sees himself as a winner, including be a tweet. The president writing this quote, big voter fraud coming out. Georgia concerning Georges Stay tuned. His latest tweets over the election come, though, after he met with Michigan State lawmakers that the White House Friday Michigan is set to certify its results. On Monday. Biden won the state by 154,000 votes. But the meeting is raising some eyebrows because somewhere wondering if the president was trying to convince lawmakers not to certify. Among those in the attendance were the Senate majority leader and the State House speaker. They put out a statement, though, after the meeting, saying they were focused on the coronavirus spot response, but also we have not yet been made aware of any information. And that would change the outcome of the election in Michigan, and as legislative leaders, we will follow the law and follow the normal process regarding Michigan's electors. And that is Fox is Mark MEREDITH, Michigan, by the way, Ah Group of voters in Michigan is suing President Trump and his campaign, claiming those legal challenges to the results of the 2020 election violate the rights of black voters. That lawsuit, also alleging the Trump campaign is trying to suppress the vote, particularly among black voters by pressuring state officials to not certified The election results into not count votes from Wayne County, which includes Detroit, a predominantly black electoral district. We could be hearing some of President elect Biden's Cabinet picks next week. Look at some of the short lists just ahead on w T O P. It's 6 34 living under the cloud of treatment resistant depression.
"emily brown" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Vitality of the arts for everyone ideas that Wallace foundation dot org and the listeners of KQED some low hanging fog and clouds this morning and will have some sunshine later on today warmer temperatures getting into the upper eighties inland this is weekend edition from NPR news on the course and of our physical threats personal attacks on social media lack of support from politicians public health officials are dealing with an onslaught of anger as they try and deal with this pandemic the United States already has a poorly funded and patchwork public health system and its officials organize the infrastructure that allows it to work now an alarming number of them are either leaving or being forced out of their jobs when the country needs them the most a review by Kaiser health news and the Associated Press found that at least twenty seven state and local health leaders have resigned retired or were fired since April across thirteen states and one of those health officials is Emily brown she was let go as the director of the Rio Grande county public health department last month we reached her in del Norte Colorado welcome to the program hi thank you so much for having me to tell me about your experience what kind of pressure did you face when this pandemic was underway I think the biggest piece was just trying to take in and understand just the onslaught of information that was constantly changing and then trying to take that information and translate it back to our community and then as there started to be restrictions put in place at the state level there was an initial reaction of a lot of support and people coming together and then as this went along and then especially as different communities and counties across the state started open back up there just was this rise of victory all throughout the community to get back to normal living and it was extremely intense and scary to navigate at some points tell me when you say scary can you give me an example it was really interesting timing that our state public health directors association and held a meeting about a week before I had gotten more personal threats and our state agency director said that about eighty percent of the directors that were on this call noted that they had received some sort of personal threat to themselves or to their property eighty percent it was a huge number and about a week later we had seen a picture of the six of our public health directors posted on a Facebook page that was about re opening businesses and there was threats around firearms and around stringing people up comments about the fact that we were women or the fact that I'm just based on what we look like we obviously weren't health experts and shouldn't be listened to but there was so much stress on our system that to be a tax that personally just added to the struggle of trying to go on with the behind the scenes pandemic response what happened during the meeting when you were told you were being let go I was asked to come into the meeting I was told things weren't working out and that I either needed to step down or that would need to be fired whenever there's a public health situation is often gets political and this pandemic response for corona virus has just been unprecedented and I could really see for myself that from very early on with my board of health what I thought were important steps to take some of those times that was either uncomfortable or not the direction that our leadership wanted to go and I'm going to say I just finally pushed too hard are you worried about what you're saying is a former public health official it's it's very scary the state of Colorado over the last several years has acknowledged how poorly funded the public health infrastructure is nationally and in Colorado and at the very start of the pandemic early March I had some optimism that this would be an opportunity for the broader public to see the value of what public health does and hopefully push for a better system that we would transform the system and at this point I worry that things will be cut it even more and there will be even less willingness to have a strong infrastructure Emily brown is the former director of the Rio Grande county public health department in rural Colorado thank you very much thank you so much tomorrow on morning edition it may not always feel like it but the threat from the corona virus is still very real as we've been hearing and as many states start to re open gyms daycare centers and summer camps coronavirus hot spots are emerging across the country Houston's emergency response leader.
"emily brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"More angry anti government protests in Iran following the downing of a Ukrainian passenger jet Toronto police chief denying firing on demonstrators some shouting death to the dictator New York magazine contributor yeah sure Ali circle of doing things that you never see for example saying that the supreme leader you can be executed for about and people are sitting in the streets are being recorded saying it and they're saying I'm a bass so I think we she knows they're not in the position of authority right now it's much they use today protests have taken place in several Iranian cities defense secretary mark asper struggling to justify killing general Solana says he saw no evidence Iran targeted multiple embassies as president trump indicated I didn't see one with regard to four embassies what I'm saying is I share the president's view that probably my expectation was that when you go after our embassies as for on CBS's face the nation president trump is called on the Senate to dismiss the impeachment case against him but house speaker Nancy Pelosi says dismissing is a cover LOC on ABC's this week at least eleven storm related deaths this weekend was strong winds and heavy rain CBS's Meg Oliver in the southeast the storm left a trail of damage from Texas to Georgia power outages left tens of thousands of people in the dark west of Atlanta gusts collapse the wall of a building in Bremen with people inside Emily brown works nearby and I just come around the corner before the police about hearing things and whole side of it's just gone including the lettering on the side you can see right into the store several tornado touchdowns in the Midwest.
"emily brown" Discussed on The Heat
"You live without fear and I want the government and the society to take responsibility. It is not me who has to constantly thing that came. My battery has to be charged. Buses should be save. COMMITTALS should be safe. And I'm out because I don't want to live without fear. India is reckoning the rape problems according to the latest government figures about one hundred sexual assaults are reported each day but many more go unreported because of the social stigma attached to victims the fee issue remains front and center last week. A twenty three year old woman in the state of Uttar Pradesh was set on fire as she traveled to testify against the two accused of raping her. She died from her burns the next day in a separate incident four men accused of rape and murder of twenty seven. All veternarian was shot and killed by police in what many believe was an extrajudicial killing with demonstrations nations throughout the nation public outrage has reached fever pitch and India's women are demanding action. Hello I'm on night. Welcome to the heat. PODCAST in this episode. Assode we feature an interview from the broadcast with Bollywood actress. Richer Chad how. She's been speaking out on the frustrations faced by India's women as they struggle to be heard by law enforcement want the government and culture as a whole which are. Thanks so much for joining us. I thank you for horrific case in India. The most recent case that's being reported report about the woman who was raped and then birded full men were arrested And then the accused were killed by police. And there's been a lot of controversy over vis in India some according to justice others in India saying that it's a travesty of justice. What is your view? I tend to agree with the chief justice of obey. WHO said that? This cannot be the thought that we choose. There is a place but every institution democracy and the police cannot be performing foaming digital of the judiciary in a sense. That absolves the release of Dan Responsibility. Case like this when the woman's family I went to complain. They're addicted psalm. One station to another Omega distinction about which area Decisi this crime happened. Then end the fuss statement to come out the next day from an official said that widened the victim. I called the police. And why did she call the sister. And then after today's Yukio that the Florida keys mated on footage encountered doesn't also point to the fact that there's also a great deal of frustration in India over the way in which the justice system handles cases like this including the man which the police handle this tation trump. Both the police and from the judiciary which is why you see you this support for this quick dispensation of justice among people there was a section of people who said that this was the best thing that could've been down ice see like liberties the minute you ignore the rule of law in favour off fucking sentiment. You're bound to go wrong if we do not follow due process. It's going to be very dangerous. We have seen outrage on the streets of India over this most recent gang rape. You have said that the country is not safe for women. What needs to change? The first thing that needs to change OSCO lost is how we days the children that we have in our country. India is one of those countries where violence against the gun starts in the womb. We have have a high native funeral if you decide and from then on gloves charter schools and often bed. Instead of trade that they were listed assaulted GPD on the re three areas and so on and so forth bust. It comes to conditioning then. Hopefully people understand the importance of following the legal costs of things that needs to be greater greater amount of sex education. I did some readies new. That a shave is sexualize suggestion but it is addition and it is widely towards the theme. Year there's been a lot of coverage over these protests in India. There was one very anxious. Young Girl Oh who was at a recent protest. She was talking about her concerns. Let's listen to sell what you have to say suffering from this every scattered off after tonight often even after nine every every goal is like scared to go out and every parents are thinking that it's a it's a far for good. She's wearing charred. What does this? And it's not that that episode doing this that yours defendant. Debbie is only that yours restrung restrung words give us your sense of the mindset among women and girls in India blend. It isn't that women don't come forward to park art crimes like these to the gentleman sexual crimes is because it is a bobby accustomed victim shaming the often asked why lead was out to lake. What is she bedding? And it was kind of gas gas lighting. That can happen because the last report was about nine month old baby being raped by that were uncovered so I was going to question why that infant choice of clothing was no we have to look at this as an objective issue and we would be foolish to believe the men in India will be foolish to believe that if women get lived on the streets that it's not something that is going to affect them. You're in a recent movie. You played played a prosecutor. The movie was called section three seven five and as a prosecutor you were trying to get justice for a rape victim. How did that role and you? Apart in that movie we inform you about the ongoing problems of ripen into read like. I knew off the shelves before the phone if you're kind of raised in India. There's no way you'll really skip that reality on the road using public transport where you study who you hang out with. It's something you deal with on a daily basis so I don't I don't think that the film added to my knowledge needs substantial ray however it was a stop was over damped and it looked at the section Balkan sent in the Indian constitution attention reach after the horrific twenty briefcase which is populated call. That was a few amendments to that and the the definition of rape was broadened. It's not like the laws are not in place of me. Gap Doesn't exist is just that nothing seems to change Wjr that case that you talk about an India in twenty twelve there were laws that were passed in the aftermath of that case but those laws acted as any kind of deterrent. And I'm On models stand jail I believe they have what forward mercy petition won on his take on his lousy perdition back one was juvenile so nothing happened though. Who to root for the documentary about the same issue you in the key? Saudi claims that it was in fact. Okay actually this is. That was that you've talked about the need for change both was in government and in society in attitudes. That's the big challenge is an Italian accomplish that the government is not something that isolation should the government exists. Because we want these people into our cottage lead ruling power has the ruling regime has a high percentage of people have been either accused or convicted of gender gyns including a former union minister gone. MGM Brush and Emily Brown could lead singer. That is a says started who bulging my own and and there's another guy on this on on right now he's on his on island saw Saami so and I just want to get back to the judicial system again. The court system has been extremely slow to act act against alleged rapists according to one children's rights organization even if there are no abuse cases reported abroad after twenty sixteen it would take the Justice Justice System Twenty years to conclude pending trials again. Why is this not a priority for the state? The answer is our judiciary additionally so clogged up or cases at on finds of dime. I'm surprised you said that the backlog would only be twenty years. Uc only even just that scraping the depth of the ice bone because these are just the number of walking Cases soulmate gases. Go onto bordered both iota. Social Amelioration Lucien the idea of shame that companies initially the word for day in the phrase used for day in. Indy is now not Cortana which needs to beat off the wants dignity to adopt the ones on The honor of the woman in the family and in so many a lower case as sort of gloves unofficial courts. They often insist on the Matting the you know Looking at all these protests across India but what else needs to be done saline society needs to together civil society needs to forge. We want our leaders onto will and ask why. Why are you being salaries? Oh forty percent off your emily's and MP's were sitting in our father meant. How do we expect them to get them in safety when they've been accused array in? Which one does that make sense and it which one is Gong to say? That leap is wrong. Societal attitudes all over the world problematic with this issue. But it's just the next level here and where do you see this go for yourself. What's next for you Do you see yourself entering politics. So would you try to work from the outside. To effect change I would like for our elected representatives resentatives to remember that the elected representatives. And do what needs to be done for all the people without ordinary. That's being citizens. It doesn't like me having to join politics. I don't think I've got out but I wish that the voices citizens and in jail was powerful enough to be good by the people who in fact you have elected whose salary some art of our tax breaks in all. This is something that affects us on an everyday basis. Everything we how we dress when laws in the north of world mortar cons for everything. It's affected by this Richard Shutout. Thanks so much for joining us. The heat is produced by CGT. In America I executive producer is the t h on the senior producer. John Gilmore our guest producer use. It was Messina Wayne. Joshua Barlow and Jeff Most introduced today's podcast and our director of digital development is Michael Sugary once again. I'm on ninety. Thanks for listening. Do you have a comment or question about today's podcast. Send US an email. You can find us at PODCAST AT CGT IN AMERICA DOT Com. And please if you I like. The heat helps spread the word by subscribing rating leaving a comment with your favorite podcast provider..
"emily brown" Discussed on Making Love and Growing Up
"Olympia already were laughing how are you. I'm not good. Tell me about not doing during well. Why aren't you doing well if we're bringing it to the present it's because of all the TACO bell a beaten if we're bringing it to the near past? Yeah it's because of all the trash ashish when they show you those like those pictures of how much trash is in the ocean. Yeah imagine me as a little person just swimming in that and that is okay. The experience that I'm having this week you are a survivor kicking. Your I'm sifting. Through trash crashed in the trash is dating online dating yes. It's spin like uncommonly bad the last like five as of like the scenarios. I've been through. Yeah we'll take us through a scenario CAPE SCENARIO ONE. I had a moment of weakness very late at night. There is a guy that was like begging. The cuddle cuddle with me God. What Olivia did you do is really drunk? He was asking me the day before and I was like no in Outta here. What are you doing now? And he's like let's see what we can like. Walk around and talk for a little while while and then like we'll see you know then. This Day. I was drunk and sat so I gave a stipulation to I was like okay like we. We can walk around for a little bit. You talked me. Tell me who you are. And then we'll watch a movie or something and it'll be fine things escalate and it just gets bad. Nothing happens though. Thank God but it was being very awkward. 'cause he soon found virgin and then he left which was great. It was very good that he left. Yeah it was just I wrote a short story about the situation and you read him the short story I didn't I wrote it the next day. I should send it to him though. This leads right into our topic of the because obviously you gave him blue balls and obviously you had blue balls in. Obviously you both had to take care of. It somehow. Probably need to go masturbate. That's so we're talking about today. Folks Masturbation have a lot of sexual pinup algae that needs to be leased so the whole episode is in French title. Jainism Jim Appel Malesia. Three Fatty Gay. I am tired tired. baguette GIS we fatty he gave. I am very excited about this topic. Why are we excited about this topic? Just thinking that we're doing this episode right now. My thirteen year old self is mortified. And my twenty six year old self is so happy. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA discuss masturbation today and we're gonNA hopefully spark some freedom. Yes spark some freedom but really it's a levy has been dying to do this series. What's your favorite word Olivia? It starts with an E. erogenous zones no arrests. I know this is a game emergency. Oh my God embodiments. Oh my God but I didn't want to label this episode embodiment. Because I'm like what guy is going to click on a body also guys that you're listening and you would click on embodiment we want to hear from. You is beautiful which is what the series that were As Livia tries to get off of trash island over there I I need to ask you how you've been more. Yeah let's see I haven't had a car are for a month. I've been taking buses around. La and lifts. My lift driver just called me when I got off and then asked me my instagram handle which. I don't have a problem album with because he is very cute and has a beautiful set of is we talked about real estate. And he's into photography so to- Griffey said it we'd be as I I don't know. Yeah so I mean I. Emily over here has a bean-and-cheese Burrito in her stomach that she's not happy about reaffirming. We're trying to work through this whole food shaming shaming thing. Like we should be able to eat some had to say to myself. I love myself. Yeah Myself I love myself in between bites if my case. I just can't wait that we are going to talk about like Araj zones and buttonholes later and then we have burritos Hutch on butthole. We will touch in circle. So that's me it's everything's going really great. I'm Actually I just got into a comedy festival so I'll be having say shows. January first through fourth dates aren't finalized so this is really awkward shoutout but it will get there. Yeah I guess yes. You can just look at my instagram. Emily Brown town Brown town. Does that make you think of Do you really WanNa know I know. I think we should start masturbation because that's why the people are here. Brownstown say.
"emily brown" Discussed on The City
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"emily brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"In Idaho's expanded program begins on November first study other Emily Brown and Assistant Professor of pediatrics metrics at the University of Washington says a few claims about the benefits of Medicaid expansion drove this research the fact that Medicaid expansion was associated with improved mental outcomes for low income parents some studies and also improve financial stability while would drift believes expanding medicaid is good for Idaho. She's worried about about state. Legislators decision to apply work reporting requirements busy families with busy lives that are already in stressful situations. We have parents that are possibly working. Two jobs bombed and finally bury Sherman reports a midsummer. Algal bloom is once again turning western Lake Erie's waters green and vase predicted to become fairly severe ear researchers say it could be even worse. The severity of this year's bloom is forecast to be a seven point five on a scale of zero to ten director of the. The National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University Law Johnson explains that's larger than last year but smaller than in two thousand fifteen when a bloom exceeded the scale L. at ten point five and she says this year's bloom started to form a couple of weeks ago fairly mild not much there but it seems like it's really shown up with this heat. Wave that came through. It's moving around. It's growing in some spots or not another's or starting to get mixed into the water column in different ways in any of these things are possible she adds the current aren't. Algal Bloom stretches from Mommy Bay north along the Michigan coasts in about thirty miles east along the Ohio coast to the Portage River. The bloom is expected to stay confined to the Western basin and peak in September by the way Tuxes in Algal. Blooms are dangerous for people and animals. They have for local fishing boating and other recreational activities seventies. Mike Clifford from public news service. We are member listener supported Iran line at public. Do Service Dot O._R._G...
"emily brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I study there. Emily Brown and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington says a few claims about the benefits of Medicaid expansion drove this research search the fact that Medicaid expansion was associated with improved mental health outcomes for low income parents in some studies and also improve financial stability while woodruff believes expanding Medicaid is good for Idaho. She's worried about state legislators decision to apply work reporting requirements.
What is SEO?
"So do you guys all know what SEO is this is called search engine optimization bat when Google started a lot of people were tweaking their websites to make sure they'd be found on Google years later. It's more important than ever. Emily Brown is sitting with me. She is visiting from back in back in the Virginia area. She is the the mobile. No. No, no, no. The, the SEO editor, what is your title? Those are just small hats that I wear. I'm on the audience team. And we oversee our twenty four seven digital platforms. So all of our social platforms are homepage, our mobile apps, we do push alerts, and where the hats I wear though is a search engine optimization strategy for the newsroom's. Well, let's talk some SEO basics for second. Whether you're working newspaper, whether you have a website whether you have a WordPress blog. It's all the same. I think you have some basics that you want to run by Y. You get people. Start with the headline and go down from there. Okay. Well, the very most important thing is your page title, so that's different from a headline. That's what we say we write for robots. That's the number one thing that if we're talking about Google, you know, Google they're gonna crawl the page title. I have a lot of weight to that it should be very literal. You should have your keywords upfront. Forget being witty or cute or punny. You are literally writing, keyword loaded accuser loaded headline for lack of better words for a robot to know exactly what your story is about it so important. So this weekend target cash registers down for two hours. What's what's the page title? You gotta get target. I word. And then I would have had to look at Google trends, to see exactly, which phrases, people are searching for, but you want that target cash registers all the way at the all the way at the front, not back. You know lingering toward the end you want all the way at the front. And when you searching Google that is what? You're actually looking at us the page title. And then there's description under the page title. What's that description? Yeah. The meta description and that is a wonderful place to explain to your readers, what this article is really about. And at space to give a little bit more information you want to repeat your keywords there. It's okay. If those keywords are already mentioned in the page title, repeating them is going to show, Google that it's a very important part of your article, or your website, or whatever, is that you have to share. And if people are searching keywords, like target cash register anytime those keywords are repeated. They're going to be bolted in that search result page again, draws a readers I to that content. Okay. So page title. Number one. Number two, number two is your headline? It's a really close second to peach title. So the headline is, what appears on your page. It's a more reader focused field where your page all your writing for a robot your headline. You're writing for human. So that's where you can include more engaging language. You want to repeat your key word repeat, your key words, plural? But they don't have to be front loaded. They don't have to be the first three words, you want to write more engaging content that's going to get a reader to click. And that's those headlines show up on Google news and Google news. Definitely drives Google search. So, again, that's why it's such a close second Russo R that was targeted cash, which juice go down. Inoperable in our headline would be what variation of that. So you might end up starting with those keywords again, but you wanna make sure that I mean, the news industry in particular has changed where it's much more conversational headline, and that you're grabbing people's attention with your headline, while still being, of course, accurate to the story three after pitch title and headline. So that's. Way your meta description, which we just spoke about comes in. That's your sales copy, you know, you have a little bit more room. And in for a room to add information about the story, four number four, is your, you are L ending. So you wanna make sure that you've repeat keywords in your Ural and, you know, if I shared with you Jefferson, I just copy, and pasted, a Ural into an Email and Senate to you without any explanation, could you read that you are all ending and know what the story is about? And if the answer is yes, then that's a good one. Okay. For word procedures. I own a few have a WordPress, but they make you put in all to all tax, I think and all text text. And, and how important is not. That's it's very important. So that's another kind of four robots type of thing if you think of a photo caption, and maybe the, the photo caption. Is for humans the all texts field if you hover over it might be for the robots. So it's again, it's just making sure that are all using all these fields to make sure our information is both discoverable by the bots. You know, all those things crawling the pages and then engaging for humans once it is surfaced by the butts. Okay. And tax we don't do tax. I mean, we're not big on tags at USA day, but anybody who has a it would press blog or probably SCR squarespace. And wicks has to do a lot of tax. Are they still relevant? So it's interesting because Google had Google keywords, which we did tag everything, and then they gave it and they take away. So it wasn't important part of our strategy. And it was important part of Google's algorithm. And then they changed it up as they change things they do that. And they took. It away. So Emily Brown from USA days audience teams. Thank you for these tips. I think there's a really good
SEO basics from USA TODAY
"Do you guys all know what SEO is this is called search engine optimization bat when Google started a lot of people were tweaking their websites to make sure they'd be found on Google years later. It's more important than ever. Emily Brown is sitting with me. She is visiting from back in back in the Virginia area. She is the the mobile. No. No, no, no. The, the SEO editor, what is your title? Those are just small hats that I wear. I'm on the audience team. And we oversee our twenty four seven digital platforms. So all of our social platforms are homepage, our mobile apps, we do push alerts, and where the hats I wear though is a search engine optimization strategy for the newsroom's. Well, let's talk some SEO basics for second. Whether you're working newspaper, whether you have a website whether you have a WordPress blog. It's all the same. I think you have some basics that you want to run by Y. You get people. Start with the headline and go down from there. Okay. Well, the very most important thing is your page title, so that's different from a headline. That's what we say we write for robots. That's the number one thing that if we're talking about Google, you know, Google they're gonna crawl the page title. I have a lot of weight to that it should be very literal. You should have your keywords upfront. Forget being witty or cute or punny. You are literally writing, keyword loaded accuser loaded headline for lack of better words for a robot to know exactly what your story is about it so important. So this weekend target cash registers down for two hours. What's what's the page title? You gotta get target. I word. And then I would have had to look at Google trends, to see exactly, which phrases, people are searching for, but you want that target cash registers all the way at the all the way at the front, not back. You know lingering toward the end you want all the way at the front. And when you searching Google that is what? You're actually looking at us the page title. And then there's description under the page title. What's that description? Yeah. The meta description and that is a wonderful place to explain to your readers, what this article is really about. And at space to give a little bit more information you want to repeat your keywords there. It's okay. If those keywords are already mentioned in the page title, repeating them is going to show, Google that it's a very important part of your article, or your website, or whatever, is that you have to share. And if people are searching keywords, like target cash register anytime those keywords are repeated. They're going to be bolted in that search result page again, draws a readers I to that content. Okay. So page title. Number one. Number two, number two is your headline? It's a really close second to peach title. So the headline is, what appears on your page. It's a more reader focused field where your page all your writing for a robot your headline. You're writing for human. So that's where you can include more engaging language. You want to repeat your key word repeat, your key words, plural? But they don't have to be front loaded. They don't have to be the first three words, you want to write more engaging content that's going to get a reader to click. And that's those headlines show up on Google news and Google news. Definitely drives Google search. So, again, that's why it's such a close second Russo R that was targeted cash, which juice go down. Inoperable in our headline would be what variation of that. So you might end up starting with those keywords again, but you wanna make sure that I mean, the news industry in particular has changed where it's much more conversational headline, and that you're grabbing people's attention with your headline, while still being, of course, accurate to the story three after pitch title and headline. So that's. Way your meta description, which we just spoke about comes in. That's your sales copy, you know, you have a little bit more room. And in for a room to add information about the story, four number four, is your, you are L ending. So you wanna make sure that you've repeat keywords in your Ural and, you know, if I shared with you Jefferson, I just copy, and pasted, a Ural into an Email and Senate to you without any explanation, could you read that you are all ending and know what the story is about? And if the answer is yes, then that's a good one. Okay. For word procedures. I own a few have a WordPress, but they make you put in all to all tax, I think and all text text. And, and how important is not. That's it's very important. So that's another kind of four robots type of thing if you think of a photo caption, and maybe the, the photo caption. Is for humans the all texts field if you hover over it might be for the robots. So it's again, it's just making sure that are all using all these fields to make sure our information is both discoverable by the bots. You know, all those things crawling the pages and then engaging for humans once it is surfaced by the
"emily brown" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And you know, when so you you would be recording. And then he would pause one. Pause the recording. And then he was skip forward in the one that was playing, and then you start it where you wanted to start in the nude restart the other one you just did on the fly editing. So watched a lot of like forty minute movies. Yeah. Extreme levels of censorship. And then when I got older, and I went and watched them again. Like dang. These movies are long there was there was a weird candy bar poop seen in Caddyshack that I was completely unaware of. Yeah. That were cut out was always sorry data. I know he listens to this my bad, but still. So like sensitive to that stuff. He wanted me to enjoy them. You know, watch old yeller the dog didn't die. That was weird. What's the point kidding? I'm kidding. That didn't happen. Make it a joke. That'd be like that'd be kind of wholesome. Yeah. I know I know that was actually a friends did that was the Phoebe bit. I remember that whole that whole storyline of all these movies. And she had all these alternate endings. She wasn't aware of as you went back and watch movies are. It's so dark. All right. What's next next? We don't have anything big new streaming John. I do know that you found a show. I think it was on Netflix that you really really liked last week Andrews watching it. Now, I've I've binge watch the whole thing over the weekend. I don't think it's newness -essarily, but it's noodle. Yeah. It hasn't been out very long. I know that I saw the trailers for it on Netflix for like a week. Okay. And didn't none of it. Really? Stuck out? It came out September ninth two thousand eighteen oh my gosh. Wow. Has been out awhile. So actually. Yes. So it premiered on lifetime in two thousand eighteen aired for a season, and then they canceled on lifetime in the net. Flicks. Picked it up for the second season shocked that that was on lifetime. I thought lifetime was more wholesome. Yeah. Hallmark movie Kennedy shocked that this was on lifetime. And I can understand why he didn't do. They cancelled it. Yeah. That is not something that people who watch the lifetime. Joe back to find now. This is a weird amalgamation. Yeah. It's it's say anything meets American psycho. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's that's that's fair. It's also I it's Dennis Reynolds from it's always sunny in Philadelphia, mashed up with Dexter. Right with the heart. Yeah. We'll Dempster Dexter had Harley. He I never watched Dexter. So yeah, it's it's like a violent Dennis Reynolds with with some with some Dexter thrown in there. But I the say anything American psycho works to. Yeah. It's dark. I'm only about six episodes in. So I haven't finished it yet. It's really compelling. I mean, it's it moves quick. Yeah. You like all the you. Enjoy all the characters like isn't the right word. Right. But there's no heroes in it. Yeah. I mean, there are there are people that you like more, but everybody's got their some people have bigger faults than others. But everybody in the in the show, and it's a really nice balance because they kind of everybody has their faults. And so that everybody has their justifications, right? That's what I like about it. That's what I enjoy is like your your their motivations and justifications are clearly laid out for you to see. So you understand the characters are doing terrible awful things. Right. But you understand why the their mind took them to a place where this was the only thing that made sense. Right. You know, it's really compelling. It's really good. And it's it's set up in such a way where do you have the synopsis up? I do actually go and read the synopsis for those that aren't going. I don't know what the show's about for a brilliant mail bookstore manager who crosses paths with an an aspiring female writer. The question. What would you do for love is put to the test charming yet awkward crush becomes something even more sinister when the writer becomes the managers? Obsession using social media and the internet. He uses every tool at his disposal to become close to her even going so far as to remove any obstacle, including people that stands in his way of getting to her. Yup. He definitely does that. Then I I mean, I've watched I watched the trailer for it. That's the most that I've done I haven't. But I watch the trailer. And I was looking at it. I was like, I honestly like, I don't know if I want to watch it. But I mean the way the US hog about it. It sounds really compelling. I think you would like it it just like as a young female who I'm already super suspicious anytime someone like, and he's a guy even like starts. I don't know like. Sends me a friend request on Facebook. Like, I just I'm like, what do you want? Take you to the ocean air, you still go on broadcast radio to tens of thousands of people every morning things. Like, hey, take me to the ocean air, there's food. This would be a good cautionary tale for you. And we'll give you further tips to avoid that's actually fair fair. Yeah. It actually this is a really really good way to kind of go. Yeah. I need to do a better job as if it's a documentary. Maybe more anxious to even use. I honesty like, I can't imagine a lot of there's some there's some little tiny jumping of the shark of some stuff that they can make it work that I don't think would be capable of. But in terms of how open our lives are. And what this individual's able to glean just based off of what he sees? It's very very relevant to to social networking in the end the internet right now. And I liked I liked it for the justification part. You mentioned because. This Kazan horrible. You don't end up feeling too bad for those that you know, that that that have bad situations happen to them like, you know, everybody's very real use their motivations. So there's no there's no real moments in it where you're kind of like, oh, you know. You know what? I mean. He's almost an anti hero. Yeah. I don't want to call them an anti hero because but but he's almost. I can't wait for you to finish this these so far through the show that I'm watching right? So far like. Only his intentions are good in the the bad. The the the people who have bad things happen to them are bad people. Right. They don't they don't deserve what happened early. But yes, they are bad not sympathetic characters in the league. Right, right. The the show really makes you hate them before things start happiness. So you've t- you end up swallowing the fill a little bit easier. It's got that anti hero kind of vibe to it not not so far like with, you know, the the the sort of the quintessential anti heroes. Walter, white breaking bad, right? Like, you know, he did bad things. But he was like a good guy at heart. You know, right, right. At least at least through most of the show. There's almost the Seinfeld element to it in sort of how open they all are in their badness because there's like moments in the film where like people that. I think you're supposed to really like you kinda go. Oh, yeah. You've got a bad thing about you there. I didn't see that. Okay. So you're going to have a little bit of bad to happen to you. And I'm not gonna mind nearly as much now it makes me feel better. Yeah. No. I really I really am looking for I used to watch dribble variety. You do you finishing it? So we can have further conversations because it only every episode gets better. And it moves really really fast foods. This weekend. I'll try I'll try out at least. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Try at least an episode. And I I think I think oh, yeah. You'll. There's there's a scene, you know, like five minutes into the first episode where you'll get you'll be sucked in. Yeah. Like when he finally when he when he sits down and starts doing. Yeah. Yeah. It's like, okay. I'm in. I was I as soon as that scene ended, I stopped and rewound it. Hold on. I wanna make sure I really caught that. Because there is a lot happening rapidly. Yeah. It was pretty okay? I'll tell you. I'll check it out. And I will report back next week movies out this week ten years ago, the uninvited I. John Maeda mouth noise. What is that? You've got Emily Browning Ariel. Elizabeth banks, David. Yeah. You got a bunch of people. Like a little kid movie. A little kid hormone. Oh, it's says drama. I dunno. It's this drama mystery. It is PG thirteen. So it's that Emily Browning and Elizabeth banks. Those are two actresses that. I especially Emily Browning. I'm surprised you didn't end up doing more, Elizabeth banks. She does quite a bit doesn't she? She's still she. Yeah. Because well, I don't know. She was in the hunger games to me is enough. Elizabeth banks was yeah. I'm thinking of EFI is I'm sorry. My bad. I'm thinking of. So I was thinking of somebody else. I was thinking of of for some reason I was thinking of that actress from from American pie the one to play the Russian. Oh, shannon. Elizabeth okay. Yeah. Okay. Elizabeth Elizabeth juxtaposed that because of Emily Browning. Is Emily Browning was in sucker punch. It's almost like she's one of those actresses where I thought that she would have done more, and then like, Emily James popped up and like took any roles that that lily James pop took any roles that Emily Browning. Sure. Sure. She's been an all the pitch. Perfect movies movies, Mike, I like her a lot. Yeah. I do too. But yes. So the uninvited after spending time in a psychiatric facility. Young Anna finds significant changes in store at home. Her widowed. Father is now engaged to her mother's former nurse. Rachel one night. The ghost of Anna's mother appears screaming for revenge using Rachel. Her sister, Alex start to investigate, but they may be unprepared for the lethal battle of wills. I didn't watch it. The doesn't sound very interesting to me at all under underrated. We'll do do twenty years. And then I have one thing movies out twenty years ago payback and simp- simply irresistible simple irresistible. That was the Mel Gibson one. I remember I think I saw that. But it's on I don't own it. And simply irresistible was like a rom com. Right. It was the it says it's under the category with that name under the category drama fantasy. Yeah. Okay. So now. Let me do this. Underrated comedy Elizabeth banks walk of shame. I haven't seen that movie. Actually, I bought the Blu Ray on that is really really fun. It's really. Yeah. It is it's solid top to bottom funny James Marsden's in it, it there's no point in that movie. Does it might be a jump the shark at if you just want a good ninety minute. I like Elizabeth thanks a lot. She's good at she's hysterical in that. She's she's good and comedies. She's very good and comedies. I liked her. Even though she her role wasn't necessarily comedic loved her enroll models. Yeah. This is better than role models. Expiring news anchor and a cutthroat world, Los Angeles bottle. I love this movie though is he says after an audition for her dream job ends of failure. She goes out for an uncharacteristic native partying the next morning. She awakes in the stranger's bed. And here's a phone message from her agent telling her the job is hers if she can make it across town by five PM. This. Ended unknown area without money phone or transportation, she races to the most important interview of her life. And this is this is one of those movies were all the characters around her are solid. Okay. All the characters James Marsden plays the guy that she meets. He's a good, dude. Her friends that are around her. They end up going on this adventure while she's there trying to find her while she's trying to get back across town. It is. Yeah, it's really enjoyable. You should check check it out. It's solid. It looks really good. It looks really really cute. Yeah. And that's all we've got is that it. Time is we fill the whole show..
"emily brown" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue
"Sixty and Jamie, oil, go chargers. Go. This is your second dose alighting around podcast for the week for Jamie who is at lightning underscore around. I am Garrett. Sixty accuracy on Twitter breakdown this divisional round match up against the New England Patriots. But before we do we're sending out some thank yous to a pair listeners who donated since last time recorded, so that's my shadow, Jamie. The first listener is Adam who says great show every week. Thanks for all you do our other donations from Emily Brown says of beer or to wash down the ice cream. Thank you so much, Emily. It was weird. I thought I put a function ban all dodger fans from donating but. Just kidding, thanks. Thank you at him. Very sweet of both of you and very generous and just reminder, no expectations from anybody out there to send any donations whatsoever. We're not actively seeking donations. But if you're feeling so inclined to do. So we have set up a pay pal Venlo count for you guys donate. So thank you for doing that. It is very kind of all of you. Thank you. We do pre sheet it. That's why we always shout. Everybody out and call you out when you do. But, you know, listening to the show is enough communicating with us on Twitter is enough for most of you. And. And we appreciate the support. So thank you. Yes. Thank you very much. All right. So now, let's get on to it. And before we get to this preview. Let's get onto it. Let's do a little player update because we got a small little update on the road to get an almost fully healthy for these chargers. Looks like hunter Henry and Brandon me bane will be ready to go on Sunday. Yeah. That's good news. I know brands been dealing with stuff off the field. But it'll be nice to have him back in the middle of that line with this patriots running game coming up. We're gonna talk about here in a bit. And we'll see how how involved hundred Henry is in the game plan, but to have him back and hopefully match up with some of these linebackers, and maybe some of the safeties should help. So good to have both guys back. Nice to be as healthy as we're going to be going into this game. Yeah. And we'll get into both of them when we get down to this preview. So let's just get into it. And of course, charger fans were off Amelie retired. Brady patriots have. Seven record over the chargers in the regular season there to two on the play offs against rivers and company. So let's talk about Brady. And let's just talk about the stage of his career and what we saw during this two thousand eighteen season. Yes. So I think we all know who Brady is right. He's he's accurate. He still got the arm to make pretty much all the throws. He can fit into tight windows. He can hurt you with clutch plays all that kind of stuff. He's the iceman so to speak somebody refer to him as is man. Two rivers maverick on Twitter this week. So he is the Ice, Man. He's the goat on and on. But if you look at him at this stage of his career, I think what you see is an older quarterback who is much more aware of and sensitive to contact and taking hits. And he's always been kind of aware of those hits and pressure. But to me, it looks like he's a guy who has a little bit of bail out in them bailout response when he thinks pressures coming he. Will his internal clock seems like it's a little faster than it used to be not quite as confident standing in that pocket and his fetal speed up a little bit, and he'll kind of dance in the pocket a little bit. If the ball isn't come out quickly. You can see him very clearly, you know, making business decisions when when hits coming, you know, taking I don't know if you wanna call him taking dives, but he'll be sliding in the pocket. And if there's nowhere to go he'll just go down and let somebody touch him down instead of taking a hit or trying to escape and I've noticed also a tendency for him to fall away from throws if he thinks it hid has coming hill kinda start backpedaling throw before it's all the way out of his hand into lead to some inaccuracy particularly downfield. So there are ways that you can get to him ways that you can affect him..
"emily brown" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Attorneys for a decommissioned metro police officer charged with murder says the DA has declared war on police and the governor says Toya Brown can be set free. These stories more at five thirty on WTN. It is Phil Valentine show James in Pensacola asking. Well, he said first of all I was going to blame you for my weight gain 'cause you were no longer on our affiliate W, C, O infancy cola. But now that I I can listen to you on the. WTN then I have no excuse. I have you on Alexa. Alexa, play the Phil Valentine show. We can't do that. Dave. No, she's she'll play it for you. And it says we Johnny bean. And I keep getting this, folks. Johnny B is coming back on Wednesday. He's an Alabama fan. And that means that today is a national holiday. And then of course, you have to have the recovery day whether Alabama wins or loses there's going to be something going on. So he'll be off tomorrow too. And then he's back on Wednesday. And we put the band back together. So just for you, folks. Six five seven three seven nine nine eight six six one five seven three seven WW in Tennessee's outgoing governor granting clemency. For this woman who is going to be should be eligible for release in August. This is sin Brown and then eight pronounce your name Santo you Brown. Yes. Okay. She was convicted as a teenager of killing a man while she said, she was a sex trafficking victim. She was granted a full commutation to parole. She'll be eligible for release on August. Seventh after serving fifteen years in prison will remain on parole for ten years has Lindley. Outgoing Republicans said the decision comes after careful consideration of what is a tragic and complex case says Antonio Brown committed by your own admission a horrific crime at age of sixteen yet imposing a life sentence in a juvenile that would require her to serve at least fifty one years before even being eligible for parole consideration is too harsh especially in light of the extrordinary steps miss Brown has taken to rebuild her life transformation should be accompanied accompanied by hope he says Brown. Thank the governor. And her supporters in a statement released today by attorneys. Thank you governor has limb for your act of mercy and giving me a second chance. I will do everything I can to justify your faith in me. Me says she's grateful for the support prayers and encouragement she's received including from the Tennessee department of corrections officials is from NBC news today. Her case inspired a twenty eleven documentary, titled me facing life, the sin Toya Brown's story. The thrust into the spotlight for attorneys told MBC news, they met with has Lama head of the decision, which they said is rare in cases like hers, her attorney Edward Yarborough. Said after the governor's announcement. I would have to say the strongest persuasive point with him was the remarkable rehabilitation records, she showed very few people are able to retain that. Some are good in school. Some could have good behavior. Some are able to help in prison and help other people. He said Brown has the rare combination of all these things. So she's not going to be able to get out till August. But I guess what she's been there. Fifteen years, Pamela. Is that right? Fifteen years. I believe. So after fifteen years, what's another eight months, I guess so she'll be eligible for parole, then and we'll have to see I hope she stays on the straight narrow that's caused a lot of consternation out there with a lot of folks across the country. They think this is a bad precedent, by the way, speaking of precedent. Ruth Ginsburg is missing arguments for the first time in more than twenty five years. He's recuperating from cancer surgery. She was not on the bench today to hear arguments wasn't clear when she would return. So they're going to have more cases coming up tomorrow and Wednesday, and they don't know she's going to be back, then either mcchord spokesman Kathy Arberg says that Ruth Vader Ginsburg is continuing to recuperate and work from home after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left long on December twenty first this woman has been through the mill hasn't she I mean, I certainly don't agree with her politically, but that's one tough broad. Can you say that is that politically correct? I meant that in the nicest bunch. I mean, she is tough. She is tough. She's had all sorts of she's gone through cancer. She's gone. She's she's had falls and everything else. I keep a good woman down some say and breaking ribs and everything else doing. Yeah. She's she ought to be a kick, boxers. Art. You're next the Phil Valentine show. Hi, art. What's up? Hey, phil. How are you doing, sir? I'm doing great. Great. Hey, got a couple of your books. Love him. And I just I'm not real computer literate. But I hear about this. Go fund we stuff, and I was thinking perhaps there could become a go fund me. No interest loan to the earlobe workers for the government shutdown. Interesting. Don't know how to make that happen. But I thought it would be pretty cool. Yeah. That would be cool. I was checking see, you know, they they gotta go fund me for the wall. Right. And they're trying to raise a billion dollars. They got the nineteen and a half million. So far. Wow. Did not realize that this. This would be largely refunded. I would think wants to watch the shutdown Rover and people got paid. Well, I wonder if he could do this. I mean, you, you know, you could redirect this to the furloughed employees. Exactly what you're talking about the wall the wall funding. But of course, they're gonna they're gonna get their money wants the government opens this just tough right now. I understand this. I got to pay bills the first and the fifteenth when there's no money can't pay the bills exactly in those that have planned in those of a little bit set aside or probably not too concerned. But there may be some folks, you know, some good folks that are awaiting paycheck desperately needed, and I it them. And that's what I've liked that low because I think. Principally. They probably want the chef hill, but fiscally. They may not give up our man. And I saw. Yeah. I'm with you on it. I saw this story today to this is typical the Democrats have some of these national parks and some of these have been closed or and what they're trying to do is they got private donations that are coming to keep these open, and they're also which is what they should do. Anyway, they're charging a fee to get into some of these parks. So they can pay maintenance folks to come in and clean the bathrooms, and what have you? And I saw today that is a Democrats, and I don't remember which one who's now going to investigate as to whether this is legal. Well, why don't you just let these foresee that they've they hate any kind of private sector solution to a problem. So you got a government park national park. And you've got some folks that have raised the money or they've they're charging people to come in. We went through this with during the income tax fight in the state of Tennessee. Some you folks, remember this and the governor trying to punish folks. Hey closed the parks, and then there was such an outcry. He says, okay, there's going to be a user fee was three bucks to go to a state park and nobody cared. And then went, oh, maybe this will be should have been doing this star with. I'm a big believer in user fees. If you you I very very rarely go to a state park by do. I don't mind spending three bucks to go. Why don't we just do that? We'll be back. It's six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six Phil Valentine show returns after this. Information few opinion driven. This is nationals news and talk leader super talk ninety nine seven. WGN news center. I'm Pamela furr. With your top stories. A war of words between the attorneys for decommissioned metro police officer, Andrew del key and Nashville district attorney Glenn funk, the Elke is charged in the shooting death of Daniel Hamrick. Funk decided charged Elke with criminal homicide after reviewing evidence. Now judge said they need to send the case to the grand jury made that decision today during the preliminary hearing funk described alkies defense is tantamount to the defense brought by Nazi war criminals. Dalkeith attorney David raven told reporters today are making that statement, the district attorney district attorney Glenn Falk has functionally declared war on our police because all of our officers are trained in an identical fashion. Let me be clear Nashville police officers are not Nazis excess. Nothing could be further from the truth sin Toya Brown. Is being granted clemency for killing a man who brought who bought her for sex when she was sixteen years old outgoing governor has granted it today. Mayor David Briley at a press conference this afternoon. Thank the governor. It only took. Mercy and compassion to reach the conclusion he arranged. It took great courage is part of her clemency. She she'll be released to parole supervision, August after having been locked up for fifteen years. President Trump has made an announcement about prime time address to the nation tomorrow night. Emily Brown says coverage of that is still a question for some you're told that the networks are currently deliberating, but they have not formally accepted this request from the White House CNN is planning to carry it live tomorrow evening as well. As FOX we will carry the live address tomorrow night as well. Coverage gets underway at eight o'clock here on WTN stocks are climbing on Wall Street to begin a new trading week at the closing bell. The Dow is up one hundred points, the NASDAQ rose eighty-five points. Yes. And P five hundred gained eighteen that is the latest news, traffic.