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"empire lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The study kissing say it'll boil loved out now. All right, everybody. Thanks for hanging out with us. Laurie and I were just having a pinch me moment, interviewing Christian Hannah for her latest novel, The four winds, which is another epic. Like I felt dust. I felt heat. And I imagine that the woman in my mind it was Elsa Martinelli is the famous Depression era photo of the woman. No, No, That's forties. Julia. With that we can do it. The Depression Air woman, Rocco, you probably know it is. She's kind of got dirt in her face and all right. Yeah, it's a famous sort of her brow is creased and it's a famous I can picture it in my mind, and I can't Ray, What's the famous photographer photographer who didn't but that's the way I pictured Elsa Martinelli in my mind the entire time when I was reading The book because women even by the time they were 30, we're just like so exhausted, exhausted, you know, absolutely exhausted. And her life is exciting. So great book. Every book of hers is being if you haven't read her before. I mean, just you. Anything in her collection is so good. We just want to congratulate Wendy. You know, you are in Bloomington and Laurie Empire Lake. Book winners today. Very excited. Dialing up like No, This is a hot for you. This is and I even thought I even said Hillary, should we just keep born and give it to someone of our colleagues. But we're like now we'll give it away. Well, it's a great book. It is a lot of book clubs. There are reading edge. I posted something on our Facebook page, but It's strange because you know it is. It's heavy. It is because it's a novel about America and Americans about our pressure is about people displaced and journey into a better life and other people looking at them. Who are you and the haves and the have nots? Terrible. You know, it's really even Did not really know that much about how people and lives that were lost to get, you know, safe. Working conditions and fair wages for farm workers, right. You know, I don't think that hadn't happened until the sixties. They had to fight a long time because in the bookie if I don't want to give it away, But my parents so much migrate to California and become migrant farm workers, which lot lot of hard life and a lot of just complete discrimination complete. So it's been happening for quite a while. But it's Good. It's good. He's got another juicy book tomorrow. This is like a hot week. Yeah, Okay, Let's get back to just something light for one second. Did you ever finish all of bling empire on Netflix? The reality show about they have got a couple left. Okay, So you know, the runaway star of that show is Anna Shade. Oh, yeah. And the one with all the money, right? Well, they all have a cheese for Kevin, but she's got arms money. She's got big money He's got, like huge money and like I mean, she might be worth Several billion dollars. She's so rich and she's so good, and you know the guy who this executive producer he was executive producer for a long time. I'm keeping up with the Kardashians. And so it was his idea, but she To put together the Syriza and he wanted. He knew if he could convince her to do it that her other friends would follow. And I mean, it's reality TV gold and she is just everything on that show. But she is so much money. She For God. Cash. The Netflix checks. For this. You know, she didn't even check cashed the checks, Forgiveness? No, but to her hilarious one liners, her drops of brilliant life advice. She's worth 600 million, and she lives in the home. We're surely temple used to live, and it's supposed to be kind of a haunted home. But she goes to Paris more than she goes to anyplace else in California, right? Anyway, I just absolutely love love love. Um Because the checks kept coming from Netflix. She didn't interview with Oprah's magazine, and she's like, what is this four? Right? Oh, that's hysterical. So she just That's a fun shell. Yes. Oh, she thinks she might divide up the money amongst the crew. That Phil, that's what she should do. Or even if you have that much money. Who cares? Yeah, But what such blinking first episode of Salt Lake Reunion is tonight. I can't even believe you're going to remember this, Jules. I never do. And by the way, people if you would like to see Leslie Jordan in the trailer. United States vs Billie Holiday, which Lee Daniels directed. That's coming to Julio on February. 26 Holly posted a first look at that trailer, and he He's a character, he said. Lee Daniels said. I knew on Lee Leslie Daniels could bring this character to life, and I just burst out laughing when I saw because you don't know if he's wearing a man or woman. He's such a perfect character. And anyway, he plays this journalist who sits down with Billie Holiday to talk to her about The song, Strange Fruit, which it was a huge, You know the sign real this because I know damn is the lynching of black people and blah, blah, blah. And so he's doing the interview, so I don't think it's a big part, particularly if you are absolutely all right. We'll be right back. Mrs. Laurean, Julia, this is my talk one of seven months. Hey, guys. Bradley here with special guest Kyle and Jordan Rudolph Cailan, Jordan, you have had a fabulous California.
"empire lake" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"Let's talk about. Let's talk about how the royal family is racist on the megan season. So i'm like i. I think need these as i care about like diana and meghan might. That's it like this is what i'm here for I guess my yeah. My only thing was. I was just like i didn't know the queen was glues. I thought everybody degree at that. They showed margaret thatcher in a way. That was like you know you got enough of like where she was coming from but also she was fucked out like she she didn't she didn't value other women she thought she was like some sort of exception A end in the end and everything else about like the might of britain which is so stupid like even the whole falklands Message on one point. I was like what are the fucking falklands i. I don't understand like military base. Like why are we might make some oldest islands as though should happened on them. Like why are we going to fucking war over them. This is stupid. And he's like all about like we must retained the empire lake basically what it is. They have these you saw show. He was trying to piece out. And it's like if you hadn't brought that charismatic bitch. We might succeed site her. He's like and i can tell you don't like her either. I was like you are. We almost got away from u s. If it wasn't for that mainland princess your dogs bowl valley. So i struggled with certain things this season. I wanted to see more of margaret. I i i feel for her as this royal without a. I don't know. I feel like she's always disconnected and at the same time connected. Your united talked about margaret's relationship with elizabeth than we've had this conversation you least once a year but i would like to see more of her more of her. We know beings are coming for her younger thing. That really tripped me out with the episode. When the guy broke into coons bedroo- right. Mike quite that fagin fagin. That was a long episodes. And i love the actor who plays in. I everything he does. I'm good with. I think he's phenomenal. But that felt the episode's district on long but that that was just me. It was a slow episode for sure for sure like when it took a while to get rolling but when you realize i'm a broken twice the security they're errantly now wrong guy plays now and he ran. He's like a reasons you'll places ghetto found..
"empire lake" Discussed on The Book Review
"Alley Mikhail joins us. Now he is in New York City and he is the author most recently of God's shadow Sultan. So Liam has automated empire and the making of the Modern World Allen thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. This book is about the Ottoman Empire which I think for many Americans. Certainly Young Americans. It's sort of encountered in the history textbook. In its waning years World War One it's sort of the dying empire that you know is obliterated at the end of World War One along with the austro-hungarian empire. But what was the Ottoman Empire Lake at peak? Height of its power the Ottoman Empire ruled three continents, Europe Asia and Africa some thirty three countries today have an Ottoman history. It was an empire mainly of three religions Islam the religion of the ruling elite of the empire and not the height of its power, the majority of the population but also Christianity and Judaism it was a multi linguistic empire. The languages of the Balkans of the Middle East and parts of Africa, as well, and it was one of the world's great powers of the early modern period. When you talk about the early modern period, what years do you mean specifically roughly we're talking about fifteen, hundred, eighteen, hundred. Okay and the subject of this book is really looking mostly at the sixteenth century, right the fifteenth and the Sixteenth Century. That's correct Salim the protagonist of the Book Lifts From Fourteen Seventy Fifteen twenty tell us about Sultan Salim also known I I love this as Salim the grim and as God shadow on earth and I'm assuming the title of Your Book Correct Correct Salim is the father of perhaps the most famous Soltan Souleymane the magnificent. She was the Ninth Soltan of the Ottoman Empire she was born as also tons were to a concubine mother than at the time a autumn Prince who would become the Soltan later on in Selena's life he was born in the city of a mafia, which is in Anatolia Modern Day Turkey. And he was the four, th of his father's ten sons and not favored to succeed his father to the throne and much of the story of his life is how he outmaneuvered is older and more favored brothers to eventually become the Soltan which he becomes in fifteen twelve. And, he rules only for eight years a very short period of time. But in those eight years, he expands the Ottoman Empire more than any other Soltan in six hundred year history of the empire. Key makes the empire for the first time in history a majority Muslim empire. He is the Soltan who gives it the shape that will have until World War One why isn't it ham wise it Suliman who is the better known Sultan Sulaiman is very important sold time I don't want to take anything away from him. He rules longer than any other Soltan it's under his reign that the empire achieves the kind of height of the arts where it's at its most involved in your affairs. It is during Sulaiman's reign that we have an enormous corpus of source material of correspondence between the Ottoman Empire, embarrass European Towers, and those were some of the earliest sources that European historians used to tell the story of the Ottoman Empire, and therefore they gave a lot of attention to Salim on one of the things that I argue in the book though is that it's because of. This enormous expansion during Selena's rain that's only able to achieve everything that he does during his rick. How much territory did Salim Conquer when he takes the throne, the empire is an empire, basically of the Balkans, and the western half of Anatolia. So if you think of Modern Day Turkey today in the middle of Turkey over to the GNC Salim adds to the eastern half of Anatolia. So all of modern, day Turkey what we conventionally think of as the Middle East today. So the Levant, Syria, Lebanon Israel, Palestine Jordan parts of Iraq down into Saudi Arabia, Modern Day Saudi Arabia, and then over in North Africa all the way to modern day. So from Egypt over to Algeria. So it solidifies the autumns as the dominant power in the eastern Mediterranean after this defeat of the Mamluk Empire, which is the Empire that held all this territory before the Ottoman control basically the Mediterranean coast from Algeria following all the way around of events. The guiding principle of his territorial expansion was this economic? Was it about spreading Islam was it just power? I really think it was about his ambition and his desire for territorial conquest to be the major power in the region. When Salim is younger, he is the governor of a city in eastern Anatolia on the Black Sea and it's there that he really is introduced to some of the enemies that he will come to fight later in his life. So I, really do think it's about his own personal ambition for expansion and power aren't to tell us a little bit about who he was and why was he salim the grim the sources that we have of Selena's life are you know the bureaucratic sources that he promulgated orders and appointments and those kinds of things we have some of his poetry? And we have some correspondence that he undertook, and then we have people who are observing his life. So from that, we come to see that he again was someone who turned the disadvantages of his life being unfavored son into an advantage. He thought that the empires should be militarily aggressive and not defensive. He struck out against enemies on the eastern border of the empire when he was governor of the city on the Black Sea, he was maniacally focused on getting to the throne so that meant that. He bucked many trends. One was the trend of non favored sons becoming sultans. Another was that he himself as best we know there some historical debate about this had only one set himself souleymane to save his one son, the succession crisis and battle that would dominate so much of Salem's life and he was known as the grim because he was quite violent as both the governor and eventually as Soltan and I WANNA be careful here not to ascribe any more violence to a Muslim leader than any other. Leader in this period was very bloody period in world history the inquisition is going on at this moment. European, powers are executing people in public squares in these kinds of things. So Salim is very much a piece of this world. He kills eventually his half brothers is rivals for the throne. He also deposes his father, which was a very unique thing in Ottoman history usually succession occurred once Soltan died or was physically incapacitated for some reason, and he forcibly deposes his father. So this idea that he's the. Grim is one that comes out later in the later writings of Ottoman. Estonians to describe this period in which it was thought, we don't want a.
"empire lake" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"About right now this is something that people with their families can take action on to be prepared here in Minnesota the statewide tornado drill is scheduled for Thursday president trump is launching a new task force this week focused on restarting the economy and perhaps easing social distancing protocols as early as next month but federal health officials are cautioning against re opening the economy too early which they say could trigger a resurgence of infection president trump has said he wants at least some parts of the country to start returning to normal in eighteen days FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn says he's not ready to commit to that yet it's just too early for us to say whether may first is that date in an interview on ABC's this week Dr Hahn says the US is close to its peak of virus cases but he cautioned against me king predictions this is been a very fast moving outbreak and so we really have to take this day by day says Han the public safety and welfare of the American people have to come first in Washington Martin to Carrow Bloomberg radio the state department of health says six more people have died from covert nineteen here in Minnesota raising the state's number of corona virus related deaths to seventy health officials also say one hundred ninety four digital people tested positive that's the largest one day increase in the state we will get an update today from health officials and the governor during their regularly scheduled two o'clock press briefing we will bring you live coverage of that here also on the radio dot com app there is a different landscape of course in downtown's all across the country including here in Minneapolis with bars restaurants and other businesses shuttered because of restrictions there are fewer people but the downtown council Steve Kramer says the streets are completely vacant with folks milling around who have no place else to go you might be shocked residents they might be on shelter and so we're working with a number of partners most prominently salvation army harbor light because I create some options and some sanitation and food services for folks that don't have any place else to go during the day to the end and the average works thank you that it produces wealth Kramer says there have been fewer personal crimes reported but there has been an uptick in break ins and burglaries and shuttered downtown businesses and Steve Sampson a news talk eight threo WCCO good morning WCCO time is seven thirty four here on the morning news Mike Max will join us in just a few minutes and we'll find out what's happening in the world of sports it should match she has for you today he's been managing to dig up stories I'm telling you I don't know how because there's not a lot going on but I think they're playing in China baseball right now with no crowds if I'm not mistaken and I'm sure the major league did not only the players are watching that and Mitch Garber is but also I betcha you obviously the the higher ups at Major League Baseball gotta be watching to see how that said go on as well so we'll talk about them coming up at seven forty here on WCCO this morning another snow fall not the most I've seen so far this morning would be empire lake now at least in the this is the metro area so prior lake right now they have over eight inches of snow so I'm sorry what was that hammer the wrong button I thought my body camera was talking to me either no I am this trend isn't here I hit the wrong button so it's my fault I thought that you were wanting to jump in on the conversation which you're more than welcome to have a strong city Dave I can understand that have you watched Ozark yet you don't ironically just started this weekend at rouse told us last week that season three is like great I saw if you like the other seasons he said this one's better I I'm forces in I don't know what to make of the five no not that I'm gonna finish season just gotta figure out from there you're on season one that right yeah I mean if I stand for ups of the season one so far yeah yes so it's it's it's a little bit dark is no but it's really good just abatements really good Laura Linney gets even better I think she's been very underrated as an actor yeah I'm with you man very good but all right well yeah just after I dated tip you off to that and we'll talk to map to see what's hot because hammer did you watch did you watch tiger king no that's the plan for you to work today there's another episode the came out last night I'm told yes I'm also told by my sources it didn't have a whole lot to it but there's more to come on tiger king and we're gonna ask Matt Roush about that about fifteen minutes I'm intrigued by this yeah have you watch love is blind yet I haven't done that one yet okay well it doesn't require a ton of brain cells and so if you really want some white watching that's it for a good neighbor right there I'll put that list of things I need to see Jones quarantine yeah it's a it's a reality show it's kind of like you know in a way like the bachelor okay if they don't see each other they they they don't only get to meet after one proposes without seeing one another I I it's so it's I can see anywhere that goes wrong it's that that it's that thing you don't want to look at that you keep looking at okay that's all it is Hey Mike Max is coming up in a minute here don't forget to follow along all day long on Twitter at the morning news and Facebook and make sure you check out Facebook dot com slash Dave Lee so and I know a lot he left some really nice matches is for Mikey Lynch when he announced his retirement last week and you sure can keep doing that if you have no chance at all might keep check on those and he loved to see that I W. 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"empire lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Her and there was one person taking care of these four kids that allege motive that cowl was worried that dealerships would take hit because of the divorce. Not so sad cal side. His lawyer told him Michelle. Couldn't touch the business and that anyway before she vanished. Michelle had decided decided to accept. Gal Settlement offer seven hundred forty thousand dollars. She had indicated to numerous people she was happy with the settlement. Besides Mary. There was plenty of money to go around and no amount of money would have made Kale They say Aha for two million dollars. I'm just going to wipe her out then. There was the blood splatter in the kitchen. Alcove could've been a cut. Finger said the defense in any way nobody could really tell when it was left there. And that's where a prosecution claim. The cow tried to wash away blood on the garage floor. There's a small amount of diluted blood which was found days after the New York state police had walked through this particular area of the House while they were conducting the search coach walking out. It's not going to destroy the blood cells. They can deluded if their if their boots are wet. Finally the defense decided jurors needed to hear from CAL Harris Zor carrying carrying father. Not as the medicine husband the statement about to be so that offended took the stand. It was nerve wracking. I you know obviously my life is. He's on the line and my kids. Are you know their lives on the line. He admitted to an affair blamed himself for the end of the marriage but denied he threatened hurt or tried tried to control Michelle if anything he said Michelle had been living a bit of a wildlife staying out all hours just before she disappeared. She came when she pleased East. She had money to spend wasn't tracking her down the babysitters here the nannies were here She was off doing whatever she was. I don't even know what she was doing was enough. The jury deliberated for almost two days. And it wasn't guilty again. Takes your breath away. You know it's like in stabbed in the stomach. Just I'm numb. You know I already been through it once. Family and friends stepped in took care of his small kids who began a weekly ritual. Visiting Dad in prison Taylor the eldest he go and you get to see him for two hours a week. And you got a bunch of other people talking and it's loud loud and can't really have a private conversation. That leaving was definitely the hardest part for us. I mean yell at the other. Well what was it like. Driving three years go by then came a day in October. Two thousand twelve. When cal Harris found himself crying for joy in the prison yard rare? I mean this is really a new chance at freedom. You urgency from the kids. This is kind of our time to come out and do our part and a whole new theory on the case. It's it's all coming together. It's time to look elsewhere. Trial number three. Hey It's Chris as you know sometimes it's good to just take a step back from the day-to-day onslaught of news and take a broader. Look at the issues. That's what I'm doing each week on my podcast. Why is this happening happening? Were exploring topics ranging from school segregation to climate change. Well the way that I think of it is climate change will be to the twenty th century what modernity was to the nineteenth century. It'll be the central subject of questions about economic justice. Everything you care about in the world will be affected by climate and digging deep with guests uniquely qualified to analyze issues from mass incarceration them to race relations. As you know for the first time in our history at the national level whites are on the verge of losing their majority status in twenty years. And I think it's no coincidence that that our politics are getting more tribal. Join me for wise is happening new episodes every Tuesday wherever you get your podcasts. Gal Hera's won the lottery. It can hardly even more surprising than the news he heard in the prison yard October. Two thousand twelve his rare. Though I mean this is really rare for what happened. and New. York's Court of appeals overturned cows second murder conviction said the trial judge made mistakes during jury selection and when he allowed hearsay testimony so the Appeals Court order. Trial number. Three Qiao once again went home to the house and Empire Lake and his four growing children. Tanner you're the youngest was in eighth grade. Then Restaurant High School Alice. Great what a change easy. It didn't take long. Who just all he had to adjust to what our plans or yeah? Well you've been coping on your own for so long. Take this time this third chance. The kids were determined. This would be different. We want to know that our dad will not be taken away from must again for a client. We now he did not commit. It was a very public coming out. Kayla address the cameras rest of the kids and their teary eyed at sued by. We not sit here in silence and watch another tragedy of justice take place launched a tip line asking the public to help find find out what really happened to Michelle was march. Two thousand fourteen. It's time for a real investigation. That will give us answers. I think it was. It's a good thing for us to finally come out and talk about it. Carol hired new lawyers and they condemn the state for an investigation which they said was blind to any suspect but their client lead. Defense attorney Bruce Bar cat. They've pursued this man. For fourteen years with scant evidence. The defense went back to witnesses. The police had interviewed years before. Talk to others and heard a whole new story of Michelle's last hours on earth I earlier. Trials said reveal the mother of four had been hanging with an unsavory crowd coworkers. Customers from her waitressing job attorney. I eat a lesson ring. There were people there that had criminal records. There were people there that were dealing drugs. There were people there that were making sexual advances on the night. She vanished after she left her boyfriend's place now new. They said that Michelle did not go home because one of those witnesses reported seeing her later we do that night with another man a local steelworker attorney done on September eleventh on that night in a bar in a dance dance club. He actually said and that he was there but then he left the two of them alone and he went home. Steelworkers pod with Michelle was a regular at her restaurant to the defense his name was stacy. Stewart the defense said. He told his friends he had a sexual relationship with Michelle and said the Defense Stacey Stewart appeared to be the very man Kevin Top saw with with Michelle in the early hours of September twelve. There was a blonde woman out there and a young gentleman You know in his early twenty s dubs identified that man from a photograph his physical appearance his facial hair his height of his age and the type of vehicle drove dubs said the man he saw was standing beside a black truck. Stacey Stewart owned a black truck same kind and it's a new model and it's a Chevy and you look everything up and it's all coming together. Stacey Stewart has denied any involvement Michelle's disappearance. He's denied he ever had relationship with Michelle. said he was never even loan with her. Still Cal side was convinced that Stewart and a friend of his played some role in Michelle's IOS disappearance in two thousand fifteen trial number three opened in the town of Harry. The change of venue necessary said the defense because the case was too well known tiogue Noga County and the defense managed to get some of the prosecution's case thrown out. The state wasn't allowed to suggest as it had before the blood was spilled around the time show disappeared the have forensic scientists get up and speculate and guess how old blood was based upon the caller from a photograph is not rage. Asli unsupported proposition also out hearsay testimony from prosecution witnesses. Who said Michelle told then? The cow threatened her life. We don't think they belong to evidence as part of the reason cases on the first time in the second time then the defense attempted to present its evidence evidence about that alternate suspect Stacey Stewart and the judge. Shut them down. The jury would only be allowed to hear. Stewart's name that Michelle knew him that Kevin Tubbs had idead him and that he owned a black truck of the time. No more why. Because Stacey Stewart wasn't on trial Caldera's was the wrong man. Attorneys insisted cow did not deserve to be on trial and frankly Michelle Shell and the her family deserve better. We all WanNa know what happened to her. It's time to look elsewhere. There was a new prosecutor. You too this time. Thai Yoga Counties Kirk Martin. He made the same arguments as the previous. Da Saying the evidence pointed to cal Harris killing his wife. The trial took three months and finally late April the jury got it and the waiting began. Michelle's family still convinced convinced. That cal was guilty. His you're a corner of your brain thinks maybe it was somebody else not at all not at all well cow and his family hoped the jury had been persuaded otherwise. You know. You have been confident before when you've gone on trial because you sir. I didn't do it. I should be acquitted and yet you weren't. So how does that impact your thinking now. Just by what Bruce and his is team have done in the investigation. It's got create some doubt and we didn't have that before so uncertainty. By this time it was a way of life for for the children so I think you know if things don't go our way it'll definitely you know turn all of our world's upside down but I think we're I know we're tough enough. We'll get through it but you know you definitely don't like to think about that kind of thing. We definitely plans what we WANNA do. That's all said and done and over with with the good end turns out. We'll talk about that at all AK Shen. So we're cool. Maybe.
"empire lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Michelle Harris thirty five year. Old Mother of four was missing a New York state police investigators. Molly felt sure of one thing. Michelle had not abandoned. Her children. That clear picture that we developed is that Michelle would never leave her children ever. So was it foul play after all. Michelle van was abandoned at the foot of her driveway. Driveway and that blood on the garage floor and in the kitchen alcove jesting proved. It was Michelle's blood. There's a lot of blood in the garage. Judge then spread over a wide area. And there's a lot of blood splatter mean over sixty drops of blood that's been not not just drift but splattered by some force on that throw rug. India didn't make sense. This woman wife of an affluent car car dealer devoted mom mug an unlikely victim and they have what would appear to be an idyllic life in a beautiful home and beautiful children it got off to a storybook start he the attractive wealthy car dealer. She a pretty young woman from modest means answering phones at a Harris family car art dealership. What attracted the two of you to each other? She was very outgoing and very attractive and good personality. He was a knockout. She was funny. You choose vibrant. Mary Harris was also taken by cows. New Girl Michelle she said was a woman for anything athletic Let's have a good time jump on the jet ski jumping or four Wheeler Dainty. We as it were another gye retiring type either either. I mean that's part of why I thought they I mean they're their personalities to me seemed to really Mesh Michelle fell hard to for the man and his lifestyle. Gary Taylor is your dad me one some dealership thing and they went to Switzerland. I think in you know I mean there was a lot of perks there that she'd never had before so August. One thousand nine hundred. Michelle cow got married here. Beside Empire Lake was great day it was just a beautiful setting and very relaxing Not Very stressful. Just kind of being a big party afterwards. The fairytale rolled on the the kids kept coming. They built the House on Empire Lake and here on their private preserve. They were a family in motion fishing swimming skating. Michelle into all of it and now now the kids are much older. Of course. They're mom her. They had no real memories long. Time is true most your lives and how old are you. I'm not sure how I was but I don't have any memories. It is often told by those who knew Michelle how much she resembles her mom. I have seen pictures over. She's really pretty she's always smiling. Seems like a really happy person so it makes me feel good that people see me and her even with that terrible loss said the kids. They've grown up happy and content for the most part. All thanks to one person. Just tell me about your dad. Kind of guys funny He's funny he's the most caring guy in the world. He's nice and where his whole world then he's protective even even just loves us so much and wants the best for US protective WHO said he tried to shield them best? He could from the not so happy times. Michelle was really struggling with those kids at a young age which I totally understood what I noticed was that she was just drifting away from being being a stay at home mom and I understood that there was certainly friction in the Harris married. He loved order. She not so much she had in a room downstairs and she called the Chuck Room. Airfare is going to be a party or picnic or whatever she'd throw it take it down Chuck Room. She told friends and family. He he had a temper a controlling way. Once back in Nineteen ninety-six she called her sister-in-law from a closet terrified. Had The gun outside the closet is it and she was inside hiding. Would you hear about that. He was out there as a pump. Gun I guess. And he was racking pump action up and down and tolerant come out cow later denied. It was true that he'd been fighting or threatening the show with a gun then in nineteen ninety nine. Michelle learned cow was having an affair affair. She was devastated but not ready to end the marriage and cows said he wasn't either Michelle said. Oh you know we can work through this but you know you gotta get rid of the girl. She worked up at the CORTLANDT dealership. They did what they could to salvage the marriage. It didn't work. She told her family. He cut off her spending spending money. She took up with a young man and November two thousand a month later. She told cal she wanted divorce. Her family said he didn't take a boil things in that big house in paradise grew strained. Indeed why did she stay in the house. Her attorney had advised her to stay in the house and To not leave. They divided the parenting duties and worked on a settlement. Michelle got a job as a waitress at a local restaurant bar. That's where she. He was the night of September eleventh. She finished her shift about nine. Had some drinks who to co workers and then she drove to her boyfriend's apartment left Airbud eleven that sumo we believe was the last time anybody saw Michelle Harris. We did a lot of work on a a lot of different people early on and it wasn't until they were eliminated and then we learned more and more about Calvin that he became the focus district attorney even tried to speak to. The two eldest children didn't accomplish much beyond frightening them. Apparently I know I just sat there and and cry the whole time. I didn't talk. I wasn't allowed to be in their Taylor but older you the time I was in fourth grade and he was in fifth grade so nine nine and ten but da Jerry Keen said he interviewed plenty of other witnesses. Who convinced him that? The police had the right man in September. Two thousand five four four years after Michelle Harris disappeared the DA charged or husband cow with second degree murder. Three state police personnel literally utterly busted into my office and kick the door open and the three of them jumped me and handcuff me and shackled me and Walking walking out the front door of my office you gotTa taste on order up close and personal yeah the DA was going to take the case to trial even even though there was no body no murder weapon and even though he himself was by no means convinced he could prevail. I thought that it was is maybe a fifty fifty shot at a conviction. I thought that a jury could go either way hurts yes absolutely all of it was just taken away. Prosecutors come on strong. He told her that he would put her body in a place where we'd never be owned loaned at the evidence. I think it could very well have been the most important part of the case. True crime is my passion. 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"empire lake" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Dialogue is all offering and probably eighty yard because it, totally changes the eleventh out. Yeah. But then the more I thought about it, even though they changed it kind of, you know what do I really wanna see like the whole empire lake thing introduced at this stage in the game. Nationals be the final X men movie even though I think it's clear watching it. It wasn't really intended to be at the eleventh hour fitted into being in the last one. But I think this one, it's like what these a lot of moral conversations, and a lot of sort of undertones, it was kind of, like watching a Star Trek movie. Yeah. In a lot of us. Movie is people just in rooms kind of talking about having philosophical debates essential that is not what you're looking for, which I totally get that I could totally see why you might not enjoy this as much as you know, these again all that stuff is stuff. I like and I think is interesting about. Yeah. And even though I might not even though I might have issue with execution. I still think it's interesting bad movie. Where like those scenes those conversations those debates even though I think a lot of the dialogue is pretty rough. And, you know, a lot of the emotions, feel unearned I'm still interested in and a little on board because I go okay, like at least the approach at your taking. Yes. And that's enough to kind of keep me on board, you know, throughout the movie as opposed to apocalypse, which is incoherent that I just kind of check out a lot of that movie just becomes I like how the X men are officially superheroes in a weird way it was like the first and maybe obviously, at this point, the only actual X men movie. No. And that's again, that's stuff. I really liked about the movies, okay? Here's the ex-minister celebrities, but then also going. Okay, but let's actually stop and think about how weird this is this guy keeps kids in his basement for PR missions for a press underclass people. Like, yeah, I think it's really interesting commendable the movie goes, like, no, no, no. Let's take a moment. And like. Let's look at this, and it's and I guess that's stuff my frustrations with the movie of that. I wish that it had double down on that more and really kind of dug into that for me at least. And maybe that's one of the issues. Right. It's like it can't be everything to everybody, you know. And so it has to pick and choose unfortunately, you know, it just turns out to be what it is. It's funny I very rarely this, but it is type of movie that I feel like should have been about half an hour longer, totally to let a lot of those things just kind of breathe, and especially a lot of the characters get the short shrift like, you know, Matt magneto. I love fast bender but like he's barely in the movie, and that's really interesting kind of the way they're playing it or he's a guy who was like, look I've done horrible things. I'm trying to like just not fuck with anybody. And I just wish we had more time to kind of sit with that. And that is one thing that although I do like judging movies being vacuum doesn't work at a vacuum, because you have no idea who he is. Or why he is where he is unless you've seen the other movies, and if they had introduced any part of that earlier, whether it's. News footage or something, then you can say, like, okay, I know who he is setting him up. Same with Jean, and Scott. Let's see them on some dates that stuff I would've liked by the time that like they have, like ACM together. She's already on her way to becoming the Phoenix. Give us like five ten minutes. You don't need a lot of screen time. If you do really, really. Well, yeah, look at Logan, you know, us just five ten minutes just to be with these characters. You don't have to necessarily move the plot along, you know, or any of that just give us time to, to see as an audience how they interact, you know, what their relationships like they are.
"empire lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is from yesterday. Look for the permanent A-List singer, in quotation, marks to be out and about all the time over the next few weeks to show, she is not being held captive. The thing is, though, each excursion is heavily regulated and monitored and will end in a second if anything out of the ordinary occurred so to your point, this is proof positive. That, that's exactly what's going on. Because look she's out and about, but really what you're not seeing. I think this is what you're saying. The scenes this is all heavily manipulated so that you think she's out about her own. Yeah. So the videos that exist were the Papa rot. So follows her to the car and she gets in the front seat in the driver's seat. There is like a bodyguard there with her who opens the door for her and lets her in. But you never see you never see the car pulling away. You never see her just driving down the road, footloose and fancy free. It's like it's all done. It's all choreographed, including the paparazzi. Oh, I know. Conspiracy theorists that we are. But it is all about. That's not a conspiracy. Nine. Twenty years ago. Sure if a pop rats. If somebody was taking photos of celebrity, it's because they there that's still exists, but nine times out of ten now, the people that show up to take photographs or to take video have been tipped off because celebrities, essentially, you know, let's be real after I don't wanna bring back all the way back, but I will after Princess Diana died. Celebrities started to change the way that they interacted with the media because they were like fine if we can't beat them. Join them best way to control them is to give them the access that they want, but on their terms and over time those organizations through difficult economies have become lazy and can't afford to do you know the. The work that like, you know, there's no tabloid equivalent of the New York Times. Right. Exactly. So you and you have to rise at the same time of outfits, like TMZ, who the only way that they can get a name for themselves getting access directly from the celebrity symbiotic relationship, where more and more you have the celebrities, creating the opportunities for the press to get what they want in the press doesn't care what they get. Right. Headline is long as they get the opportunity to have cliques and make money off the picture. Exactly. Sure. We'll show up for your dumb thing and pretend like it just happened that Bob was Layton outside the waffle hut. Yeah. For Britney Spears. And you know what can happen is the celebrity can ignore any of the questions and then answered very, selectively only the questions that fit the narrative of whatever reason they're there, for example in one of the paparazzi videos that I saw. Yes. Yesterday. Britney Spears, as she's walking to the car with her boyfriend Sam 's Gari, the Popper out so asks, her will you go on tour again? The Popper also had said about six other things to her. But it was that thing that she chose to reply to. And she looked directly at the cameras that oh yeah. I'll be on stage again. And then back at it like they were gonna she was getting nor him and got into the driver's seat of the car. And that was the end of the video. So you never see the car drive away. You never see back up. And like I said that minders there the entire time like ushering her to the car. It's very interesting and frankly, even not to get to deepen conspiracy. But we're talking about Britney Spears. So why not because we're already there. It would not surprise me. At some point that even if you don't believe the scenario is slated out in as we've been talking about it where, you know, they're tipping off the paparazzi to show up. I mean, are you honestly, trying to get me to believe that like people that are responsible for an empire lake Britney, Spears wouldn't be above paying off the paparazzi? Like, even if Harvey Levin doesn't know anything about it, but I don't have any doubt that he is. But let's say that even he doesn't.
"empire lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I in fact i i would have killed a bicyclist had they gone by at the moment but you haven't no amount of money that the way they're spending it is going to solve the problem and you get forty three thousand people in night in los angeles or sleeping on the streets we're going to be talking about this next hour i'm glad you brought it up by thanks for speaking with us assemblywoman melissa melendez we appreciate it thanks guys from the inland empire lake elsinore area more coming up john and ken kfi news la county has its first case of west nile virus for the season the person affected lives in the san gabriel valley and was in the hospital a month ago riverside county confirmed to human cases of west nile yesterday one deputy has been killed another critically wounded after a shooting near the courthouse in downtown kansas city the officers were shot during a prisoner transfer shooter was also shot we may not be springing forward and falling back much longer the california state senate has passed a measure for the november ballot to repeal daylight saving time if it passes in november lawmakers would still have to jump through some hoops to make it into law your forecast and we'll check the sixty with the case if i am the sky next this hour is brought.
"empire lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Parking spaces are taken up shopping carts one guy on top of a sleeping bag rex resting next to it so continue to send these in their they're fantastic pick out a few to talk about on the air we post most of them on the website if we can not any prepare yourself if you're gonna look at the gallery most of our listeners by now have seen the vancouver lying around in various places but there's occasionally guy not wearing too much in the way of clothing so kfi am six forty dot com and that's the johnny ken page trump trump met with a lot of republican california officials today at the white house when you say officials these are elected people some of them were local city council members there also on county boards were there legislators in sacramento i got a list it looks like about about sixteen showed up the biggest would be the house majority leader and representative kevin mccarthy from bakersfield who i think is in line to become an xp ker he's one of the names are mentioned to replace paul ryan anyway he was there this was a meeting at the white house attended by trump jeff sessions was there the head of homeland security kirsten nielsen was there and our buddy immigration and customs enforcement director tom hohmann also there today to welcome this group because what trump is trying to do and he gets a lot of media coverage whatever he does is send the big finger to the state of california when its sanctuary policies assemblywoman melissa melendez from the inland empire lake elsinore was there in fact as i told you because i interviewed a couple of days ago the mayor of los alamos troy edgar was there along with city councilman warren coosa modo and warren is the one that came up with the ordinance resolution whatever you wanna call to exempt los alameda from the sanctuary policies and a lot of it's symbolic but it still matters because you get coverage you get people aware that somebody is fighting back against this crap so let's play some of the audio will begin with clip number one it's melissa melendez the republican assemblywoman from the inland empire let's listen i'll begin by asking california assemblywoman melissa melendez and you have been an inspiration maybe the words and we'll go right around the room okay thank you mr president i just want to start off by saying on behalf of everyone here thank you for inviting us there are more.
"empire lake" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Aa corpus christi leading san antonio seven three san antonio w club for the padres eighteen at ten but they're down by four in the ninth inning here's the set and had the into spanish enberg paul the catcher bounce hit the empire lake elsinore held to to hit so far through six innings pass they trail modesto one zero hi in lake elsinore padres affiliate they're trying to come back and tonight low a wisconsin beat fort wayne the padres affiliate eight four at fort wayne fort wayne thirteen at sixteen playing better after a slow start the ten caps in indiana padres affiliate one ball to strikes here's the pitch it is high two balls and two strikes from oberg to spanish enberg oberg signed and developed by the rockies major league debut in two thousand fifteen parts of four years in the big leagues two two for a ball those scores we gave you from around the padres organization the mississippi valley transportation roads to the show brought to you by valley transportation it's time to hit the road mvp is hiring for dedicated regional truck drivers and fly now at drive for m.
"empire lake" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Political parties has all but essentially um forsaken uh it's allegiance to the country to this country it's it's become you know essentially a toll the russian government whether it's done so willingly or not and they clearly have no interest and national security they have no real allegiance to the religious values they claim that they've always had a spouse and it is upsetting to see that a roughly thirty five percent of americans a large portion of white americans is okay with us uh that's the part that worries me i'm not sure how you can get you can you can win an election we could win the house and potentially win the senate back but i'm not sure what you do on such a large minority of the country has become so on moored from democratic tradition that's hard to claw back from uh into your earlier point about you know sinclair media and the the murdoch um empire lake who's going to be very difficult uh to to to repair or even even if we manage to win some elections i agree i think where you know it's just scary times now but um as they say things are going to get worse before they get better i am afraid uh we're in for some rough years ahead uh i i'm sure you would like every member of congress especially the republicans to read the book it's called building the great society inside linden johnson's white house by joshua sites it's just out uh as of this tuesday so once again congratulations thank you so much for your time today really appreciate all they thank you i enjoyed our composition and thanks for in vitamin as did i my pleasure thanks again have a great weekend.
"empire lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The women but you think sacramento this is far left his we can remember it being in all the years that we'd been here in california doing in the show when you think by wouldn't it be a little better for women in sacramento but the stories just popped out everywhere builders hundred women's signed this letter claiming me to as high arrest i'm sure it's horrible i always thought so because they're hypocrites hypocritical foley slobs yes what they are they are hypocritical floatie salon obsolete half the stuff they preach now is it you think mark leno was sexually harassing people i not going to name names i think on the whole way yeah it's boozing hookers there that's what it is but to talk about it we reach out to assemblywoman melissa melendez has gone the show time's four and dove we're going to talk her she's a republican from the inland empire lake elsinore in that area about her take on what goes on in the capital especially men treating women and it's not just the legislators and his staff the lobbyists or everybody's all involved in a so let's just bryant one big brothel up there lesser houria guy run hardier soleus behind is it true that women if they run into some sexual situation really have no practical way to report law they can report but and they risk losing our job which you know happened quite a bit as how or they just choose to get him blacklisted and they just leave the capital because i've read stories while the other side circles the wagons and the end of organized against the accuser well i mean you can't the carpizo.
"empire lake" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"About fifteen luca so forty eight let's say via out about two is tacked on a couple more years so he's forty eight near thirty one and whether the answer he gives you hi the answer he gives you when you ask about marriage oh no someday someday all right well you know i got some feelings about this which is this a lot of guys out there it's a little diabolical it's my george clooney move but he then eventually got very you get no bad relationship and you get divorced early before you have to wacko pure empire lake coma or any of this nonsense always see we'll see murderer that even yeah he i think the area look it up but i mean he might maybe got married when there's twenty seven in divorces 28 and a half or something good now you could to bang everyone willy nilly for 25 years going been there done that never go and and if you do it on the first few days like the chicks all years like hey i'd like to marietto and have kids and for having brought on by marriage before show alledged need a county to your hair basically and you need to nine ask questions and we'll do it for as long as i feel like a little move on someone else i'll give them the speech for your meaty 993 when he was fully my main ninety th twenty seven is born in sixty one so eighty nine used twenty three zero right so then he did that and then he had 25 years of doing nothing but bone in people in town had been married before and it's like i don't know it's like saying i got into a car accidents so you drive.
"empire lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Dumpster in thirty minutes we don't have to hold back telling you that 'bellissimo lenders is coming on now the republican assembly woman from the empire lake elsinore and that region and she put out a press release that she is resigning as the assistant republican leader because of what happened with these republicans voting for raise gas prices in sacramento lewis that thanks for coming on what what is the point of the republican party in california whoa what's what's the point of this very wildly dissolve i know it's supposed to be a perfect attacked pair hector workingclass but a third of weight the appear that everyone on a republican fighter uncontained okay let's head maize come to you to try to get you to vote for this or how did that work no no no this way up until the day of the baruch he was telling everybody there were no republican vote we knew that our you we're gonna try to get going out of her the bill better way than a fertile fan we knew he was working on that but we didn't find out early i didn't find out um i'm gonna guess the other people who voted wicker blue boat referenced had no idea why let me ask you something why is he such a liar he and what's that of the guy's name mark stein a side who are essential kuqa's any out messages to constitu it's claiming that there is no 63 sent egg gas tax increase their their they lied about what they were going to do they lied about what they did are there are they psychotics but what's wrong with them well i mean they're given information i now that whatever control leader in ohio where they put together the report growing commissioner i don't think that they all have their reason for voting for it but they know what lady say were lamour all rant way way way way they were all grandstanding back in april over the twelve saint gas tax we played their clips they're all shaking their faily voted 'no and of course it's a burden on the people and and then and then they pass a bill which is five times worse the tax increase is five times worse than the one they were screaming about april twelve cents to sixty three sets at socraithe chuck.
"empire lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Cool kids know the correct answers pretty little liars and they've got the numbers to back it up and of course if you don't know pretty little liars is based on a work by sarah shepherd and it's about these five teenage dj girls were terrorized by a mysterious villain a okay after the disappearance of their class make okay basically the series starts off with the girls in their black outfits granger church as their friend is getting buried the funeral that's how the yoga as a yes we go on a alker villain we interviewed one of these a or somebody who is close to a yes you did and i was i was gone i was so sad but the shows legacy truly emerge through a relatively new measurement social media influenced by that yardstick p l l is the most powerful series on tv more than doubling the number of people who weighed in on the walking dead the bachelor of some of the shows that we are we see grinding and the creator of the earth the network president um it can started the whole shares she said it has everything has got the ongoing mystery the plateau's the turns the cliff hangers and lots of omg moments it's remain the most tweeted about show on television since it's been on and against more than gray's anatomy empire lakes walking dead rachel maddow show you know beats political shows and algeria the five get actresses run that scholey lucy hale and as she benson they didn't even really know what social media was when they started the show because it was just kind of get it's been on you know seven years so the race two thousand and ten and lucy heo new as for former she's the 40s second most followed person on instagram this to kinda give you a huge cake she's just tv and she does a little music gray she said it wasn't intentional it was like social media came at the first time and we were the first show to include hashtag signs an inch direct with the fans and the executive producer of the show said sarah sheppard wrote the wildly popular books was big and social media before the show it started and k socie that this is a great way to get bars let's do that said of the rabbit our fans even would influence what was happening in the rangers on.
"empire lake" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In wake forest history were the demon deacons because valve account remains even attuned to to to haze use it against marshall the 13th round pick of the astros in twenty twelve at a wake forest left hander kicks in deals just inside on a checked swing appeal denied by first base empire lake felix in three into to to his holmes brings it to the plate instead time called is a he's uses granted time of the plate umpire mr say hi three to pitch house right into the shift to the second baseman camp on the shortstop side of the bag i mean he couldn't have played and a better spot he's is it a right to him and that's why they sell these guys of they find out where they hit the ball consistently camp was playing exactly were the he's use hit that ball right of the middle on the shortstop side of second and right to the second baseman so the goes four to three on the shift and that will bring yati l rivera tutti plate rivera is over one a walk any takes low on a check swing a gin they appeal again it's denied all right back working quickly and that's a strike with the back door breaking ball wanted one homes last year started one gave her fresno wasn't anything to write home about here's a line drive just foul outside the left field line a broken bet foul ball for rivera he's returning to the first phase dugout for a new stick and account as wanted to brian hunker homes last year one inning in a start for fresno gave up three runs on four hits.