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"ernst" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"ernst" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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About 2000 Texas A&M Students Join COVID-19 Study

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01:51 min | Last month

About 2000 Texas A&M Students Join COVID-19 Study

"Study to see how the cove in 19 vaccine impacts transmission of the virus. Researchers will compare to groups half that will get the cove in 19 vaccine right away. Well, the rest will delay for a few months. All the reporters Sarah will Ernst talks to principal investigator Rebecca Fisher about what this study could mean for young people across the country. So tell me, what does the study? What does it want to learn? And what kind of questions? Is it trying to answer right. So this study is actually speaking to answer some of the most burning questions, probably in the world right now. So how well and does it Prevent infection on Ben Secondly, say an individual does become infected who has been vaccinated? What does their viral content look like? So how infectious somebody, maybe So does the vaccine limit the number of viruses that a person is carrying? Yeah, so explain that to me. Why are these the burning questions of the moment? It's because we have been waiting for this vaccine with such anticipated And over the past year, But what we know as scientists is that vaccines they're not 100% effective, so let's be clear. Vaccinated. Individuals can pick up the virus and they can pass it on to others. The vaccine doesn't stop those things. The vaccine prepares our body to fight off infection, prevent illness, hospitalization and death. These studies are going to help us understand how transmission is curbed and how many members of a community do we need to vaccinate to hit herd immunity? Um, It'll also help us understand how we can potentially interact safely together as vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals. So the study it seems to me that it's chipping away at this question. When can

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The Personal Journey of Angela Harrington Rice

Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!

04:25 min | 2 months ago

The Personal Journey of Angela Harrington Rice

"Anthony. You certainly are renaissance woman. And like you do tell us what inspired you to create widow wayne. Well what inspired me was. Probably one of the most devastating Things in my life. My husband made his transition march. Twenty four twenty fourteen and i was just devastated devastated. I just thought my world had just fallen apart. I couldn't see myself going on Empty nothing brought me joy. And i guess you could say i was. I was pretty much depressed. And i look for hello and was unable to find it I reached out to people. Who admonished me for feeling the way. I was feeling. Because you know if you're a christian you're not supposed to mourn you're not supposed degree in mind as wet and so And so i kept looking you now with even though things like you know don't Don't cry your your ministers It doesn't look good. I mean all kinds of things in the on the internet which Sometimes my best friend on the internet. I found this organization called camp widow and i went to a A camp in tampa florida and everyone who was a part of that organization was either a widow or widower and so it was so comfortable. Because you knew what. The other person felt You know exactly their feelings but you knew that they had lost someone important. You knew it was okay for us to cry. We cried together. We are stories on there. Were person there to minister to us in terms of Sharing some healing modalities that they thought would help us. And so i just felt so at home in so comfortable and it was the first time i felt like i was getting some relief. So when i came back to atlanta i thought oh this would be a great opportunity or i could fill a need for people in atlanta. The woman who had lost their significant others and the interesting thing was it was a help for me. I think i needed to find women who wedge shared similar ernst and so and so. I started this group on June twenty fifth twenty fifth team which is My wedding anniversary and I think one person showed up. But i kept doing it until showed up and it was wonderful. Having these women's talk we shared our stories about our husband. We shared how they made their transition. We shared feelings and we connected with one another And so and we're still connected to this day the first group and so over the years It will be what i don't know i'm not gonna count in my head but it's been a few years now that we have continued on to go full with organization One of the things is just. I learned so much through my own experience. A widow in olive. The reading i've done. And recently i became a licensed grief coach and so one of the things that i know is that it is important to talk about it sometimes. People don't wanna talk the as it think that no one wants to hear the story and so when you come to widow away when you're part of that we know what the story you know. We know we're going to hear your story. We want to hear your story. We wanna listen and so we wanna comfort and in a so wonderful place where you can cry and no one is going to tell you to stop crying you. We're just gonna be there for you

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Is the Republican Party Radicalizing Against Democracy With Voting Bills?

All In with Chris Hayes

05:07 min | 2 months ago

Is the Republican Party Radicalizing Against Democracy With Voting Bills?

"Good evening from new york. I'm chris hayes. As the biden administration the democratic congress and the country as a whole trying to claw our way out of an unprecedented national crises the republican party coast to coast has found its mission for the year. Twenty twenty one make it harder for americans to vote right now. We're on track to see the largest rescue bill. In recent memory signed into law by president biden. This week we would provide direct relief to americans billions for vaccination programs money to reopen schools. Keep restaurants open and not a single republican either house or the senate has voted for it instead after losing the popular vote in seven of the last eight presidential elections going all the way back to nineteen ninety. Two republicans are laser focused on restricting. Voting accents brennan centers tracking all the bills aimed at restricting access to the polls list includes two hundred fifty three bills introduced pre filed carryover this year in forty three states in georgia of course already notorious for having absurdly long lines to vote with residents waiting up to eleven hours to cast their ballots fall. Republican governor brian camp has waged a long battle to make the voting process. More difficult in his previous. Role is georgia's secretary state. He oversaw the closing polling places in the purging of hundreds of thousands of registered voters polls. Thanks in part to the efforts to stacey abrams and other activists on the ground registering hundreds of thousands of new voters. Turn out in two thousand and twenty in georgia in the election was unbelievably high smashing records. And of course also helping to repel joe biden. The white house georgia's election last november was also just about the most scrutinized and scrutinize audited of any state in the nation. Remember this they counted the votes three times in that state. they did a hand recount of five million ballots. There is zero doubt whatsoever. The results in georgia were accurate and more georgians than ever before me. Their voices heard so what did state republicans do just yesterday. The state senate passed a bill limiting. No excuse absentee voting which is one point three million georgians including four hundred and fifty thousand. Republicans voted in two thousand and twenty just last week. Republicans at the state house passed a sweeping piece of legislation cutting weekend days from early voting restricting. The use of drop boxes adding new requirements for absentee voting restricting. The amount of time election officials have to send out mail ballots and voters have to return them and prohibiting the distribution of food and water to voters waiting. Mine fact making it a misdemeanor handing out food or drink to waiting in the longest lines in the country. That's all because there are any actual problems with the administration of elections in georgia. It's because the republicans lost it's because they lost and they think these things will make it easier for them to win next time but keep in mind. This is not just happening in georgia which is of course the center of a lot of attention as swing state with the closest election last cycle. Take a look at how crazy things are in iowa not a state where republicans disappointing results last year. Okay in fact i will. Republicans did great in twenty twenty flipped to house. Seats held onto a third. And you know what loads of islands voted breaking the all time general election turnout record and they had pretty expansive voter. Access including early voting absentee voting and same day registration and in. I woke him up again. All of that. Work in republicans favor. Donald trump carried the state joni ernst reelected. They've flipped to houses. So what is the problem. Well the problem is at the. Republican party is radicalizing against democracy almost as a guiding principle. They fear voter access. They want to shut it down. They are using the cover of the big lie. The wildly insidious and poisonous lie. The election was stolen propagated by the former president and his party and written media to just make it harder to vote and not only harder for specifically disfavored groups like african americans are democrats. Were generally although these measures will disproportionately hurt them. It's major part of all this but also just horrid vote and get all like as a kind of ideological fixation. There are a lot of weight. Republicans i will. Who will have a hard time voting. Thanks the measure signed into law today by republican governor kim reynolds new law cuts the states early voting period down by nine days. It tightens the timeline. For when absentee ballots must be received. In order to be counted it strips county auditors of much of their discretion and running elections including establishing satellite in-person early voting sites which are useful and mailing absentee ballot request forms voters. Who didn't specifically asked for one. It limits who can return. Voters absentee ballot. And get this. It closes the polls at our earlier on election day. Just think about that so it would that for a second. What conceivable argument is there to close the polls in our earlier like the fraudsters show up in the last hour of the day to do their fraud. No no there is no argument. There is not even of an argument.

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Creating super-human voice assistants with Nikola Mrki, CEO of PolyAI

VUX World

08:41 min | 2 months ago

Creating super-human voice assistants with Nikola Mrki, CEO of PolyAI

"Apple for a while and then you win and create polly ai. What was it specifically the kind of took in that direction. What was it that you enormous in wasn't working either necessarily broadly speaking invoice technology. What was it that you saw wasn't quite right. In what problem did you think you could solve by by creating paula. I absolutely so What i think the challenger creating a horse assisted. Level thrive people through any of these media kardashian mobile phone speaker. Second thing it's different. Hotter product has many uses. The finish quality and other food is very different. People inside cleanable the to clear those the ottawa Negative while we're kind of like you know the future Know say amazon charged enough to have On every two will not when you aggregate fact their fifteen thousand equal working at alexa do actually as long as someone who worked on this before it was as huge as opulent as it is today. You can't help but things have not achieved back much when you know like the few scenarios that he knew any of these technology despite music you know setting larssen timers asking you questions when playing board games navigation of exiting but overall. It's really not that overwhelming. There wasn't hope that this would be the next thing after mobile really. it's kind of growing. It's growing the read. The say laptops grew up in the ninety s and the group right in compound. Interest is miraculous dion here with a laptop. But it's definitely not exploded in the way to save the iphone. Did even though. I think many of these companies that would now you hear these very articulate narrative Directly to shop is enter. Be really materialized when we have a are in vr blindly. Those are all things that will build into insomnia clear where He conditioned from the ecology by co founders through our senior research team. We were all brought up by. Crm's steve is less cambridge professor. Almost one of the guy had species mission for years. Was the leading person. Pushing hidden markov models. We wanted only way. You'd bisbee shirt mission until these learning got an and really as a matter of ernst and they were more efficient methods previously Westchester kangaroos he sold three counties As he you know supple the see that since two thousand six hundred billion dollars bermudian six Missionaries are twenty thirty years. It is impossible for measuring that you can have a sophisticated conversation with us. But see sorta developing formalism the models these errors is waste recovered specials severe to really bring converse in to the understanding. So that you're able to really elevates something we really awesome A few people in the company that there are similar problems leader in the battle management decided save depending on. Both the of the user might have met Sheet metal wall seats available shop inventory or reservation book and so on. Yeah i mean when when when you think about what has been built in where you go. Silence made sure to make progress. The most isolated followed that as scientists Both saw its customers. There's a lot of data. There's a genuine genuine. Consumer eve right at All these fools and interestingly i land look you go into a large People customer experience with people bought line of the cio's and they all really end up on with your yard also. And if you haven't done this before we ever all happened so you are brighter citizens. We were the city when we had a lot of success for us. Few years is really a shame of systems that are incredible airless. Some of the most sophisticated thought An employee narrow the bird. They're not here and talk to you about anything we can talk to you but meeting life but you know you want to book a table and you really or schedule. Data's choosier through the evening. Not after learning must really complex stuff. The the more by the customer service is are actually able to evaluate the systems breath. And how he florida track assistant done and that. The second problem is blake all frustrated. Leave users fears to Speaking we choose our battles but out we're able to perform the most human agents quite often we beyond to be probably won't really into application just until how do mean by outperform humans in in what respect to outperform. So that's your accomplice crush on the on the one hand just reaching characteristics. Aw a support. Asians or human didn't make them popular the audio voice. Speeders your other understand. The user meets all jeering answer. It didn't constraints where it is more narrow occasions where eagles Now when he reforming hugh. If i stayed in my last elections naza were. Wade's speakers Are you paying and quickly. Say that my vote is was that might or bamberg for the for scherzer. God's actually slow surprise a matter of fact but now we're able to mav performed see humans wanting to actual research the school of cool still understand really talk to the salsa just beating the baseline but there are very few most sectors so well we've been there for long enough to receive a very product where they're hundred about it like sizes of all those questions even though the answer because it's more bright they how the answers. They're connected to social system. The answer changes you know media the people because they straightaway. Don't get tired whatever language you need them to use Something's the edged. Change the So there are many hours which museums are falling like. We speak a few languages. You know we don't know the answers. We will startle both codes and in many of these many of these problems we have transactional but really currently functional assistance in place authors.

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Child cancer cluster located in Houston's Fifth Ward

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Child cancer cluster located in Houston's Fifth Ward

"Another story. We're following in the newsroom. Health officials have identified another cancer cluster in the fifth ward and kashmir gardens area of houston our health reporter. Sara will ernst tells us the cluster isn't just affecting adults but also children the texas department of state health services looked at the rate of certain cancers from two thousand two thousand sixteen across twenty one. Cents is tracks. These areas are all within a two mile radius of a former railyard site now owned by union pacific. The report found that the rate of acute lymphoblastic leukemia a childhood cancer nearly five times more than projections estimated in a statement mayor sylvester turner is requesting that union pacific relocate affected residents in the historically black neighborhood and that state and federal agencies declare the area a superfund site a group of subject matter experts and community members determined a study on the association of the cluster and environmental factors would not be feasible.

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Houston's Fifth Ward and Kashmere Gardens cancer cluster report released

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Houston's Fifth Ward and Kashmere Gardens cancer cluster report released

"Health officials have identified another cancer cluster in the fifth ward and kashmir gardens area of houston a health reporter. Several will ernst tells us the cluster isn't just affecting adults but also children. The texas department of state health services looked at the rate of certain cancers from two thousand two thousand sixteen across twenty one. Cents is tracks. These areas are all within a two mile radius of a former railyard site now owned by union pacific. The report found that the rate of acute lymphoblastic leukemia a childhood cancer nearly five times more than projections estimated in a statement mayor sylvester turner is requesting that union pacific relocate affected residents in the historically black neighborhood and that state and federal agencies declare the area superfund site a group of subject matter experts and community members determined a study on the association of the cluster and environmental factors would not be feasible.

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Breach of the Week

Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

05:10 min | 3 months ago

Breach of the Week

"With justin justin. What's up what's happening here with another breach of the week. Fragments fragment fred delman freshman recommend sui delray ernst and luck now we Is a law firm that specializes in immigration law. And they were contracted by google to do. I nine identity verification. Your i nine. Is your your documents that you have to submit When you get hired to prove you're a either national or us whatever you're sort of immigration status so that you can be legally employed in the united states and in that process you share really sensitive information like passports id's You know birth certificates. Basically the whole purpose of the i nine is to prove who you are. And so these this law firm basically got whacked and it doesn't really say there's not a whole lot of specific information but the files were a supposedly stored in it was single file. That had a bunch of information in it. it doesn't say how they got it or or what was actually in there and in fact we found the letter of the breach that the attorney or the law firm sent to folks bud which was posted on the state of california website. Yeah because i think in i mean so it hosted the template yes example that was sent out the impact. Now through the attorney. General's office in california. So yes i guess just just reading what happened. Yeah right so. We recently became aware of suspicious activity within our computer network while our investigation is ongoing. We have discovered that an authorized third party. Aker he access to a single file. Aiding personal information leading to i nine employment. Verification services is file contain personal information for a discrete number of google irs. Informal googlers hooting. You personally yes so not a lot. No and it sounds like it was again. I mean they specifically say a single file which again so they probably had a shared drive. Set up with all the stuff. Just you know. Some folder loaded up with information. Or you know. I or a database of some sort but either way like this that's super compromising data and i mean we say so if someone has unauthorized access. They're pretty has unauthorized access. I don't have it just to a file right there in there somehow director right exactly where unless it does beg the question me. This was insider. You know like the guy got fired. And he's like all right puts us drive in loads file up. It's been real or you just kind of thumbing through the file names. This one looks interesting and this is This was akin to recollecting the pm Breach because of just the the fact that you're you've got in some cases so it again. I don't think it says when these files referral because there's current and past but again we're in the middle of a pandemic so a lot of people are using digital versions of this other scanning id's scanning birth certificates and then sending them to do employment verification and depending on how these how this law firm handles that could be the emailed it and then the person just like drags the attachment folder into the file. And that's how they do it But i remember chrysler with an i nine. You're supposed to like verify these things in person right so they've modified because you can't especially like if you're remote how would you. How would you do that. I don't know i'm shrugging and you know again. It's one of those situations where i mean. If you work for google would well. I don't know that's not true because there's all kinds of people to work google. They're not all exactly. That's honestly probably would have been the better scenario here. Maybe it's just the everyone's dragging it into google. The free google drive document but good news. Free identity theft protection jackpot nail. That which just got it from

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Signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine in the Houston area sounds easy but often leads to a dead end

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine in the Houston area sounds easy but often leads to a dead end

"Three large providers in harris county will serve as vaccine hubs in the houston region but as health reporter. Sir will ernst explains. The state did not designate any vaccine distribution centers and surrounding suburban counties texas shifting its approach to covid nineteen vaccine distribution by sending joses to large hubs that can immunize more than one hundred thousand people harris county public health houston health department and houston methodist. Hospitals are the designated providers in the houston metro area together. Bill received nearly twenty seven thousand doses this week to vaccinate healthcare workers older adults over sixty five and those with certain medical conditions neighboring counties were not on the list although some montgomery for ben in galveston will receive small shipments of six hundred doses or less others like santa santo chambers and liberty counties will receive no shipments this week. The state says it will also ship around five hundred thousand second doses to providers across the state for those who got vaccinated a few weeks ago. I'm sarah will ernst in houston.

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"ernst" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

Green Eggs and Dan

06:16 min | 4 months ago

"ernst" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

"And now. I do like my grandmother. Knew exactly we had the fucking heels swimming in the tub to eat the seven fishes that you do on christmas eve railway which she was younger. Yeah they would chop the my momma tell me. They chop the chicken off the peasants. Shit man yard interesting because when here's here's what happened when italians came to america because i feel like the poorest italians that we're living in italy were the ones that came to america right and the guys that were fleeing the government. Yeah right so they really had nothing. And then they came here and started becoming. Something of themselves started making money and they could afford could suddenly afford meat which they couldn't really afford back in italy so i think that's one of the reasons why in american italian cuisine you get things like fucking big ass meatballs your meatball to your metoo start ratio in italian. American zine is way higher than what you get in italy and if you go to italy you're still not getting that much meat on the menus but if that's true my my mom would tell me like you know. My grandmother came from a family of eleven. I think or ten and then they would be. You know you have to cook for fucking fourteen kids with no money. So there's a lot of starches same reason. Why the irish potatoes. Exactly you gotta fill it up with starts to you. Don't die and that's my analogy with the cooking. Okay now. I'm gonna tell me get this analogy back. Did you ever see robin hood. Prince steve's yes okay remember when he says i would rather have one man defending his home then ten trained soldiers. Yes okay. italians cook like. They're defending their home. Explain all right. It's like everything depends on this second. Explain it like your grandmother cooks any of its like i am about to feed you and you're going to sit here and especially like if you have a guest over there nothing more awkward than somebody who's who's about to eat something and everybody staring at him to see how they like it through your hearing these stories of other meals while you're eating a meal it's true italian of cook like every meal is like the final dish on master chef that they have to make the win the competition and they'll do it in five minutes should together right there. Oh if you're going to. Here's a little little bit of if you're going to can you if you're going to get canned tomatoes okay. There's two that i love pasta. Team s. t. e. kitchen ready to mehta's and the other one is six one. It's called you get them at any good italian market. Don't ask you type of tomatoes. they are i just. I just know that that those two graves phenomenal. If you're going to have this breath hat tips. Everyone it's probably as i imagine tucson rosano tomato pasta probably i mean one is from california and i know that they use a lot of those seeds. Even our wind came from italy because the client the climate is is very similar to italy. It's eric climate in california but a lot of the seeds that they brought over. They used for the wine and the grapes. And even the yeah. Yeah but the tomatoes stuff man. There's something about italian tomatoes. I don't know if it's the fucking volcanic ash of mount etna or like soil. Is this fertilized like dead roman soldiers centurions for back in the day it's got a flavor and sweetness that's very hard to reproduce. But we do. We do do differentiate between the italian american cuisine versus cuisine from italy. Everything in italian americans read. Yeah right and the tomato like you go to. Even you know what. I would love to do what you bro. All right i would love to take you down the south philly for their italian food festival. Oh that'd be fun crazy italian. It was like a pork sandwich with broccoli rob in in in philly that i had to wait on line for john's with a it was like an real shitty neighborhood while south. Philly's a man you know it's there's a lotta hipsters air now but like a lot of the good news is a lot of guys are getting out of jail now so the neighborhoods are starting to get back to like the way kind of the way they used to be. Thank god now. All the convicts are back. That's what we need. Those guys were good guys man. Okay but what. I'm seeing the food. The food is starting to get look. I will say that south philly the food the there's still a sense of that community there and Between the pork store and my my my dearest friend owns a eli's which is right on past jahnke. But oh what i was gonna say. There's differences there to what they do down there is called. It's a crab gravy. So it's blue crab that you made with like tomato sauce over pasta unbelievable. I never heard of that and they also do tomato pies which is basically a pizza but with not a lotta no. It's like a tomato base over the brand right with cheese sprinkled on it little. Yeah another good place for that. Is i always makes a great now. What's great about this place. Dan is that it's been over there one hundred years but this kid just vinnie opens up when he wants to open up and he just tells people i'm open and there's a line around the block and it's funny because people will yelp like like people won't will try like the little hipster foodies that live in the area. Now they'll go there and they'll be like you know. I really wish they had proper hours. They're never open and he would answer their yelps he would go well. Guess what now you never get anything. Don't ever step foot in.

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Iota still a threat after killing dozens in Central America

The Takeaway

07:16 min | 6 months ago

Iota still a threat after killing dozens in Central America

"A set of devastating hurricanes have pummeled central america on november third hurricane bertha. I struck nicaragua and then made its way through honduras in guatemala. According to the red cross more than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane and then this week another hurricane hurricane iota made landfall in central america delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in central america but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covid nineteen joining us. Now to talk about what's happening on the ground is jeff ernst a freelance journalists base in honduras. Jeff thanks for being with us after having me. So what are conditions on the ground in honduras right now right now. Much of honduras is is underwater Particularly in the northwest soula valley region which is home to about two million people and putting the second largest in honduras and pedro soula as really the motor of of the country. So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging is given that roughly forty percent of the gdp or more is produced in this region but really After i iota we have much of a widespread damage Across the whole country was a much larger storm so just particularly crest the north coast and the west. They're still a rising waters. Some parts We've last a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure and as many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck nicaragua before going through honduras and guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries with evita it. It was damaging but it went through a pretty lowly populated area of nicaragua but iota so much larger that it really hit harder in nicaragua. And even the wins were harder to so nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital of managua and south of it so nicaragua's pretty devastated this point. You you've been reporting on This region in honduras for awhile have. How have the government's responded to effort on the ground. The the government's response has been heavily criticised ahead of eight to actually scheduled the special holiday for that week. In order to try to promote domestic tourism and and stimulate the economy which has been really hit hard by the covid nineteen pandemic and there was a clear reticence by the government to cancel that vacation and so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders which led to tens of thousands of people completely caught off guard been and then ended up getting trapped on the roads some for as many as five days and of course that led to more deaths which we really don't know how much yet because the water was never even able to fully recede from eight to before we got hit by iota So there's really some clear negligence by the government here and then with in terms of responding. They're they're completely overwhelmed By it and a complete clearly unprepared and missouri question of how they're spending the resources government just a year ago or just from israel this for war that really has has seen of her for country like and yet they're emergency response. Units doesn't have the votes necessary to be able to deal with the strong currents that we're seen from the flooding in order to rescue people in until the water gets down. Do people are very upset. Definitely more than ever with the government and and this could definitely to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability could also spur more Migration out of the region is that right coming towards A whether that's the united states are moving towards mexico or other places as people try to survive absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans That looks like they're planning for january most of them Whether or not that materializes There's just no doubt. We're going to see an uptick in migration over the next year particularly as covy nineteen travel restrictions are eased You know. I talked to so many people already particularly the young people Who just see no opportunity They have no work and now they've lost everything so they really have nothing to lose And they see migrating as the quickest way to be able to help to their families to rebuild and recoup everything. They've lost the united states government. has limited at least under the trump administration migration from many of these countries at the same time it's ass many central american countries to help it with its asylum policies Has the us. Government sent any aid to these countries as they struggle to deal with the blows from these hurricanes the lack of leadership from the us Following these crisis is really shocking. There's been no word from the state department or from the white house other than us aid which is down here. Most recently after i iota they designated seventeen million dollars through the region half of which is going to honduras and then also the. Us military base. Don't here has been a source of of rescue missions which has definitely been very helpful but seventeen million dollars when we're talking about billions and billions dollars damage and really in nine hundred ninety eight when hurricane mitch hit which was the worst natural disaster in central america to date it was. Us leadership that mobilized support from the global community and that is completely lacking at this point. president-elect biden has expressed is concerned and support for the region. So there's hope that when he takes office he will take that traditional leadership role of the. Us to help one of its neighbors. I'll be watching to see how this pans out.

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Hurricane Iota batters Central America

The Takeaway

05:30 min | 6 months ago

Hurricane Iota batters Central America

"A set of devastating hurricanes have pummeled central america on november third hurricane bertha. I struck nicaragua and then made its way through honduras in guatemala. According to the red cross more than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane and then this week another hurricane hurricane iota made landfall in central america delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in central america but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covid nineteen joining us. Now to talk about what's happening on the ground is jeff ernst a freelance journalists base in honduras. Jeff thanks for being with us after having me. So what are conditions on the ground in honduras right now right now. Much of honduras is is underwater Particularly in the northwest soula valley region which is home to about two million people and putting the second largest in honduras and pedro soula as really the motor of of the country. So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging is given that roughly forty percent of the gdp or more is produced in this region but really After i iota we have much of a widespread damage Across the whole country was a much larger storm so just particularly crest the north coast and the west. They're still a rising waters. Some parts We've last a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure and as many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck nicaragua before going through honduras and guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries with evita it. It was damaging but it went through a pretty lowly populated area of nicaragua but iota so much larger that it really hit harder in nicaragua. And even the wins were harder to so nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital of managua and south of it so nicaragua's pretty devastated this point. You you've been reporting on This region in honduras for awhile have. How have the government's responded to effort on the ground. The the government's response has been heavily criticised ahead of eight to actually scheduled the special holiday for that week. In order to try to promote domestic tourism and and stimulate the economy which has been really hit hard by the covid nineteen pandemic and there was a clear reticence by the government to cancel that vacation and so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders which led to tens of thousands of people completely caught off guard been and then ended up getting trapped on the roads some for as many as five days and of course that led to more deaths which we really don't know how much yet because the water was never even able to fully recede from eight to before we got hit by iota So there's really some clear negligence by the government here and then with in terms of responding. They're they're completely overwhelmed By it and a complete clearly unprepared and missouri question of how they're spending the resources government just a year ago or just from israel this for war that really has has seen of her for country like and yet they're emergency response. Units doesn't have the votes necessary to be able to deal with the strong currents that we're seen from the flooding in order to rescue people in until the water gets down. Do people are very upset. Definitely more than ever with the government and and this could definitely to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability could also spur more Migration out of the region is that right coming towards A whether that's the united states are moving towards mexico or other places as people try to survive absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans That looks like they're planning for january most of them Whether or not that materializes There's just no doubt. We're going to see an uptick in migration over the next year particularly as covy nineteen travel restrictions are eased You know. I talked to so many people already particularly the young people Who just see no opportunity They have no work and now they've lost everything so they really have nothing to lose And they see migrating as the quickest way to be

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Hurricane Iota Drives Thousands From Their Homes in Nicaragua

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Hurricane Iota Drives Thousands From Their Homes in Nicaragua

"Category four Storm which for several hours reached an intensity of five has come ashore on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, with maximum sustained winds of 250 kilometers an hour. Speaking to the BBC World Service from the coastal city of San Pedro, sooner in Honduras, the journalist Jeff Ernst, said locals were on the move. People are pretty frantically. Just trying to get to higher ground or get to anywhere that they think is is safer, particularly people who are in areas affected by the last hurricane, which is hurricane data which hit just two weeks ago. Because white spread flooding The region is still struggling to recover from that storm.

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Ernst keeps Iowa Senate seat for GOP

Dan Proft

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Ernst keeps Iowa Senate seat for GOP

"Ernst has retained her seat in the Senate, helping Republicans chances for maintaining majority controller justified. Pollsters and the anti trump sediments streaming from Democrats had echoed in some Republican quarters, choosing to retain close ties to the president, despite warnings that doing so would weaken her electability. Democrat hopes of securing 3 to 4 New seats remain elusive with Republican scoring easier than expected winds in several contested states. Those results, along with the loss of one Democrat seat in Alabama, mean that Senate Democrats appear to be facing 1/4 straight electoral defeat by new reporting in a

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Democrats projected to retain control of the House of Representatives

Houston's Morning News

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Democrats projected to retain control of the House of Representatives

"Of course, they believe they've got a Biden win as well. A CZ I want to take control of both houses of Congress. So far, Democrats have gained one seat. Cory Gardner, the Republican Colorado conceded to the former governor. A moment ago, I spoke to Senator elect John Hickenlooper to congratulate him on his victory tonight. To welcome him to the United States Senate and to make sure that he knows I will support him in this transition anyway, that I can. That flip is somewhat canceled out, though, is the Alabama Senate seat held by Democrat Doug Jones went to the very pro Trump retired football coach Tommy Tuberville in Arizona. While it appears the seat held by incumbent Republican Martha McSally is going to the Democrat, former astronaut Mark Kelly. Exactly said it was too soon to make that call. Kelly himself said he's confident but that votes were still being counted. Some seats are definitely staying in Republican hands. Joni Ernst is keeping her Iowa seat. Lindsey Graham is keeping his seat in South Carolina. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News, however,

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It's Election Day. Take a breath. Here's what to expect.

Bloomberg Markets

06:27 min | 6 months ago

It's Election Day. Take a breath. Here's what to expect.

"Politics. And this landscape in particular, Wendy Schiller joins us. She of Brown University, of course on a friend to the program, and Teo Is the station with the chair of political science again at Brown University. Wendy, What is your base case? No. I just get right to it. I think here's what I think will will know from some congressional races, I think, signaling earlier than even the presidential races. We know that there's a lot of people who are elected in 2018 in what we call competitive swing district like Virginia, for example. Leave Illinois. We have a couple of races in Texas that look really tight and are surprisingly competitive. We have a couple of Minnesota, you know if things start to swing in congressional district sooner. For the Democrats. Then you start to think, Okay, maybe buy will have a very good night. But, you know, we'll know about Florida will know about North Carolina will know about Arizona, and we'll know about Georgia, probably, but before midnight tonight, and if all of those swing for Trump If Trump looks really healthy in those states and looks like he could win, then I think things get very, very dicey for Biden, so that's a big sort of vomit or buying only when one of those states You know, one of those four states or look like he's in the lead in a considerable lead in one of those states for him, that sort of have a more relaxed night. But if he if Trump wins, all of Omar looks like he's going to win all of them, I think that that tells us that this sort of blue wave we thought might emerge isn't going to emerge the same way. So, Professor. How do you think the Senate will shake out is there in fact, you know the market's kind of suggesting here today that a blue wave may in fact be in the cards? How do you think that might go in the Senate? That that that's a great question, Paul because you think about the Senate, and you think you know Mitch McConnell is totally immune. This time, you would have thought if there's a big blue wave. You know, The guy has really been the poster boy for the campaign against the Republicans controlling the Senator Mitch McConnell. He's goingto probably breeze to reelection, some a little suspicious of that big blue way for the Senate. Iowa looks neck and neck. You know, we had a recent poll. That's very credible that looks like Joni Ernst can pull it out and stay. You know if Cal Cunningham can win in North Carolina That suggests probably that the Democrats might get 51. If they can win Maine as well. Probably away in Arizona. Probably gonna win Colorado and lose Alabama, so they're looking at probably minimally a 51 49 Republican, or 50, 50 51 49 Democrats. So I think that's where they you know, we don't know. And I think that's where North Carolina becomes so important, even even if we don't know by Trump. You know, it's Cal Cunningham looks like he's really gonna win that race that suggest better things. The Democrats across the board for the Senate Say some of that again. When do you say Arizona is definitely going to go Democrat Texas? What did you say about Texas? And then also, I think, Arizona for Mark Kelly. I think he's been polling very consistently ahead of Martha makes alley. But you can imagine, let's say people voting for more. Kelly, a former astronaut. You know and not voting for Joe Biden. You know, voting for Kelly because they want him over more than Sally and they voted for Trump in Arizona. You didn't see the Democrats winning Senate in Arizona but not winning the presidential race. Then Texas is, you know, shocking right? The turnout in Texas has been absolutely shocking. And but it looks like John Cornyn comfortably ahead of head guard that the challenger there, But I think the issue is that Trump is only basically one point ahead in Texas, which is just you know, if you think about politics, just stunning. Same with Georgia. George will be interesting because it does not get 50% or more against us off. Then you've got to run off elections in Georgia in January, and I think that's really going to be some interesting voting dynamics, so it's possible the Senate Democrats could ultimately end up with a 51 of 52 majority, but I still think it's a bit of a long shot. So Professor if the presidential election becomes contested, what is your kind of base case for how it may play out? I think we could be faced with an unprecedented historic situation. I think you know if we have a tie, for example, if in the Electoral College in December's actually a tie, it goes to the newly elected house, which is expected Thio more Democratic. However, the Republicans still control more votes in state delegations than the Democrats, and that's Probably isn't going to change so you could conceivably have literally the house electing a re electing President Trump but in the Senate. If it's 51 49 with the new Senate and its new Democrats, then they may like Tomahawk. Advice. I mean, really, quite stunning. It's really stunning thing. So I think so many things have changed already in 2020 weather, Trump gets reelected or not, is obviously monumental. But even if he gets reelected, I think the Democrats have shown they know how to mobilize voters, and I think they've shown some of these states have changed a lot in terms of demographics, and they are going to be more competitive, moving forward. Which changes the nature of politics going to 2022. If we know that politicians look at the next election the minute this election is over, and so when we start to think about what the balance of power might be in the Senate house in 2022 these gains the Democrats appear to be making among voters in the states. Changes a lot of dynamics, which will probably change some of the policies coming out of Congress. Yeah, I mean, it's really the African American gold, right, Wendy and how much more of that will see? We're already seeing, you know, a lot more engagement. Yeah. So I think African American who has always been key in North Carolina and Georgia had about 64% African American turnout in 2016. It wasn't enough because those numbers were not hit in in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania among African American voters, and they, you know they may or may not get there. If they get there, I think Biden winds relatively easily. But what's interesting is suburban white women. Of all educational levels seem to be really vehemently at the moment against Trump in the polls, and it could be that instead of the black vote really being key in the Midwest, it ends up being white women. Which would be really interesting shift, you know, mirrors 2018 when white, the majority of white women voted for democratic candidates, But it would change the nature of the Democratic coalition. If that were the deciding factor, So that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for turnout, particularly in particular counties in Michigan. Well, we still have. A lot of people are gonna vote in person and certainly in Pennsylvania when you were really out of time. But I am desperate to

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Senate Begins Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings

Curtis Sliwa

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Senate Begins Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings

"For Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney, Barrett continues. Fox's Gurnal Scott has this life Lise As Judge Barrett listens. Senators are seeming to fire comments about her nomination, not at her, but at each other New Jersey Democrat Cory Booker says Republicans are rushing this nomination as America votes for one goal, subvert the will of the American people and overturned the A and overturn Roe v. Wade. Republican Joni Ernst of Iowa, says Democrats are getting personal trying to discredit the nominee. Attacking you as a mom and a woman of faith because they cannot attack your qualifications today is reserved for opening remarks. Questioning starts tomorrow. Lisa thanks, Colonel

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Is Mitch McConnell Rigging The Game?

All In with Chris Hayes

09:54 min | 8 months ago

Is Mitch McConnell Rigging The Game?

"Other news, there's the other branch of Congress or the other house. Of Congress. The Senate and everyone knows their Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is unshakable and ruthless, and he's going to maximize his power however cam, but it is also the case the death of Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG has taken us to uncharted territory. There are very real political pressures that are going to affect how the next several months play out. Mitch McConnell does not care about being charged with the Crisi but the raw politics of this moment themselves are not uncomplicated. As it was with the affordable care act remember Mitch McConnell had a lot of bravado about that and he failed famously and humiliatingly to replace the law. Here's mayor discuss across pressures. He faces longtime McConnell Allah Gist Jane Mayer Chief of Washington correspondent New Yorker wrote an incredibly insightful profile McConnell back in April this weekend row quote from Mitch McConnell keeping a Senate. Majority matters more than the Supreme Court. Jamie. It's great to have. Let's start with that because it seems to me there's two imperatives here. Everyone says about McConnell the two things he cares about is keeping the Senate majority and being Senate majority leader. Judges the Federal Bench, and there is a way to interpret the politics of the moment that there's a little bit attention between those two imperatives. How do you see it? Well, I mean there is I mean he wants to get obvious wants to hold the majority wants to stay being majority leader. And, this is going to be the crowning moment of his career to have yet one more justice on Supreme Court here we can get him through and he's promised trump of course that he's going to have a vote on this, and so how do you do this the problem? The problem for McConnell is it's unclear if he can keep the majority in the Senate. It's a dicey election year for him. There are a number of racist. They're very close and he doesn't want to do anything that's going to hurt the endangered members of his caucus. So he's got to try to juggle the schedule in some way that doesn't put those members on the spot in a way that will hurt them. So he's the first thing he's going to do an, and surely his done is canvas. Those members find out exactly how they feel about how this this process would affect their races. And then, and then way that in terms of whether it be better have a vote before or after the election. So. It's it's. It's. It's it's tricky but he is nothing if not clever about things like this this is he he? Very early on in his career, he ran for office from a district where he hadn't been resident in residence long enough and he vowed after that, he would never again ignore the rules, and since then he's become kind of a master of the rules, the more arcane the better. And he just he loves talking to the parliamentarian in the Senate and figuring out sort of the the most devious ways to get what he wants. The most sort of obvious pressure here. Just talking about this and I think it's pretty interesting. There's a bunch of folks who are up. In who are imperilled where it's not clear That going ahead with this would be helpful them. We have a bunch of pulling out today showing majority of people oppose it. Those numbers will probably change as they converge towards the polarization and everything else. But like Cory Gardner is down in all the polls and Colorado, he's in a state that Democrats have carried. Now a bunch and plan to carry again Martha. mcsally sally is down a to mark Kelly. You know they're on the sort of aggressor side here in terms of public opinion. It does seem like they've kind of don't care. It doesn't seem like there's a jump together mentality here in terms of getting them to come out whether it was him or not a publicly for those. Well I think. He's GonNa. Be Looking at McConnell will look at each of these races and I think you can almost imagine that he's written off. Gardner in. Colorado, and makes out the in Arizona. So he's not going to change his plan just for them unless he thinks it's going to save them and you'd probably thinks it won't save them and he's already given collins kind of buy in Maine. So it gets you down to the racist that are really going to matter in this are probably it's it's probably Tillis in North Carolina, Joni Ernst in Iowa, and Danes in in Montana, and if McConnell feels that those three or not endangered by going head, he may just gun it. You know and and try try to get I think though that in addition to just thinking about each of these races and how it affects each of the races, there's something else. He's probably got to think about, which is the overall look of this thing if if it appears to the American public that he is one set of rules for Democrats and there's another set of rules he's got for Republicans here, one Senate rules for America and another set of rules for whoever trump nominates at this point, it looks like he's reading the game it looks corrupt. It looks like a naked power, grab an and it's ugly and that could actually create a backlash I think that both he and trump have to think about. It it might really bother a lot of people in this country to think that that it's it's just too corrupt game in Washington. Yeah, I. think that's a correct reading of both where the polls are and the political risks they run and I think it's notable that McConnell has committed to vote but not win and I thought. This was also notable. He wrote this dear colleague later re basically says I don't say anything don't lock yourself into position. Let it give it give us time to work over the coming days. We're GONNA come under tremendous pressure from the press to announce how he will handle the coming nomination for those who are unsure how to answer for those inclined to oppose giving nominee a vote I urge you all to keep your powder dry Dombrowski and collins. Have not heeded that but Mitt Romney said declined today saying anything I know Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania I fully expect will support moving forward. But that that to me, it was interesting because the timing here and the sort of needle to thread is not nothing I think we'll try to do it and the odds are in their favor they will. But because of exactly what you and unseeded from the political standpoint, it's not clear that this is help for them politically in the short term. I think it may not be I. Mean I think also it's going to energize the base on both sides here for and the thing is that when it comes to the energizing the base, the base that needs more energizing really is probably on the Democratic side and you've already seen it happen I, mean look at the amount of money that act Lou raise you know practically overnight a hundred, million dollars two, hundred and sixty. Now it's one hundred and sixty million dollars. Shipping shocking about money. Shocking money an and I think the other thing that it might do is from was doing some reporting two days. I think it may really energize kids younger voters because. You know they were kind of holding their nose, a lot of them about Joe Biden it wasn't an exciting. It didn't seem you now like there was that much reason to do it. Now there's a reason that a lot of young people are GONNA see they're gonNA look they're gonNa see Roe v Wade is in the balance they're going to see a four Bul healthcare act and possibly anything to do with insurance for preexisting conditions and they're looking at the future this is going to. Their. Lives for the this is a this is a decision that has tremendous implications for everybody in the country and it's GonNa be clear and so I, you know it may turn you know help turn out. The Democrats who were young. Six three Roberts court climate. Regulation jurisprudence. A. Favorable to the kinds of solutions. That are necessary. Do you think? Ultimately McConnell himself is up and I don't think he's. He's personally a lot of trouble against say, McGrath at least the pulling now but there are also just a bunch of seats that weren't supposed to be in play that really do seem like they are. There's A Texas poll that has cornyn barely up. There's a Mississippi poll out today that has. Chrissy Hyde Smith a just a few points on Mike espey. There's the Iwa Joni Ernst race I mean it's wild how wide the sort of battlefield has gotten for him to try to hold this thing together. It's it's really volatile and and and the thing is it. What it does is it puts the Republicans on the spot about they've been doing kind of a split that's broader and broader that gotta keep the trump face and and but that's not enough for in many places to get reelected, and so they've got to do is add in. The moderates the you know suburban women particularly and got a candidate here who for a nominee for the supreme court that is truly the choice of the evangelical part of the trump ace it by very much alienate moderate women in the suburbs and in other places especially over things like abortion where sixty two percent of the people in this country saver. Abortion. As keeping it legal and don't WanNa go backwards. So it's it's. It's I think it's a it's it's a it's a it's a risky thing for some ways. You people think it's all into such a gift. Not, necessarily think that's right. Read on the situation Jane Mayer thanks as always great reporting and inside appreciate it. Great to be with you.

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"ernst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"ernst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ernst did wear a mask. But when she addressed the crowd, she didn't bring up the pandemic. Instead, she claimed her Democratic opponent, Theresa Greenfield, held extreme views that are out of step with the state. I am going to crawl across that finish line first way are going to keep this United States Senate seat. On As you can attest from all of these tractors here today. We are going to re elect President Trump. But Ernst he's faced a lot of criticism for her recent comments about the pandemic. She said she was so sceptical about the United States Total covert 19 death count. It echoes a debunked claim linked to the cue and on conspiracy. Medical professionals have called Ernst's comments dangerous, and her rival Theresa Greenfield, called out Ernst in a video. So today I am calling for a statewide mask Mandate and Senator Joni Earth should join me. I don't think she will. She should also apologize to our healthcare heroes and explain why she supports these lies. Ernst eventually sort of walked back her comments and acknowledge the CDC is official covert 19 death toll, But all this political divisiveness concerns Iowa voter Trent Hatlen, he farms and raises hogs near Rembrandt in the northwest part of the state. Hatlen says he voted for Trump in 2016 and Ernst in 2014. This time, he'll cast his ballot for Joe Biden and Theresa Greenfield. I think Trump has divided the country so much and got everyone so his side so hatefully in stars, and I'm a working class food. You know what I mean. Next month, voters in this swing state will start filling out their ballots and just how seriously they think politicians are taking this pandemic that has killed more than 1200. Iowans so far will have a factor on how those decisions.

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Republican National Convention - Night 3

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 9 months ago

Republican National Convention - Night 3

"We heard criticism from South Dakota Governor Christie Gnome who hit on the law and order issue. Talking about recent protests in major cities. There's looting, chaos, destruction and murder. People that can afford to flee have fled. But the people that can't good, hardworking Americans are left to fend for themselves. And, of course, Dmitry That's an issue that's been hit on hard by vice President Pence and President Trump. They have also been some positive messages tonight, one of them from outgoing White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway. That's right. Kellyanne Conway did not take partisan shots at the Biden campaign. Instead, she praised the president for giving women opportunities in government and his businesses, and she tried to point to a softer side of President Trump. I have seen firsthand many times. President comforting and encouraging. A child who was lost a parent. A parent who has lost a child. And that theme has been resonating throughout the night. The theme is America Land of Heroes, and There's been a lot of emphasis on that Iowa senator Joni Ernst, praising Iowans for dealing with flooding in a derecho. But she also said Joe Biden's ticket would hurt farmers. In fact, I can't recall an administration more hostile the farmers than Obama Biden unless you count the Biden Harris ticket, But

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"ernst" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"ernst" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Chevrolet appliance mcallister happy to be back after after a week off. Topic a dropped into my lap to lead things off. The players have voted tonight. have voted down the proposal by the owners and Major League. Baseball thirty, three to five. Bob Nightingale on twitter moments ago. League Baseball Writer for USA Today Says Rob Manfred has no plans to implement the season scheduled tonight or even tomorrow. The two sides still have to reach. Reach an agreement with Labor and health issues, perhaps delaying that decision so again. commissioner has the right as negotiated by the deal March Twenty back on March, twenty six to implement the schedule as he sees fit, it's believed that will be in the neighborhood of fifty to sixty games that means no extended expanded playoffs at the players had offered on. On their side of things, and it means baseball around July, Twenty, seven, twenty, eight, twenty, nine, somewhere around that point, but I know where there's going to be baseball coming up on July, eleventh and twelfth in the form of a camp. It is the first annual summer. League baseball camp. Summit, Country Day on Saturday July. Eleventh and Sunday July twelve our next. Next guest is involved with said camp. He's the right handed Pitcher, the pride of high school he was a midland pitcher as well and Miami Red Hawk, he was drafted in the fifteenth round by the Yankees just a couple of years ago and twenty eighteen. It is a pleasure to welcome into the show. Nick Ernst Nick Lance McAlister. How are you? Thanks for having me I. appreciate it great catching up, but you know I was thinking about this is as we get ready to talk with you. How how weird this spring and into the summer must be for you. When's the last time? You wouldn't have been playing baseball at this time in your life? Believe was four or five. While, Time, and in the other thing I thought we were trading text last week. This year you obviously are aware. The draft was reduced from forty to five. Had that happened two years ago? Your whole career path is different. Oh. Yeah, absolutely I would add to give back to school Would have been a definitely a different past for me to take like an imagine what says guys are going through I'm sure a lot of guys. Work their tails off to get to this point now with homemade five rounds at a lot of guys they're kind of. Getting the short end of the stick. Nikki in a perfect world, if everything was the way it was supposed to be where where do you think you would have been at this point? hopefully by now would have been in Tampa Hi egg with the Yankees but I. Think I'd probably would have started in Charleston which is low A.. But either places and. Near as bad as we're, I'm at right now. What. What had what's Data Day? Like for a minor league baseball player without a minor league season to be played. What what have you been doing? Did I wake up around eight thirty. Road work out just trying to say ready. When whatever happens I, just not much of a lot of sitting around. Doing Nothing had oh, man I've you're going to be doing something with the camp? Coming up the first annual summary late baseball camp at Summit Country Day. Tell me about. Tell me about the idea. How did this come about? Girlfriend with my buddy Jerry. WHO has. been the. Ringleader of this group that we have. He's just Kinda like it'd be awesome. Baseball camps and I was like. Jerry I got nothing to do man. I think it'd be awesome. Kids out ready. Get them. off the couch, playing video games and Get Out and learn some things and have some fun. So who you said kids. Who is this camp for who can register and show up for this absolutely anybody? Anybody that wants to learn about the game and have fun. In. Two days it's July eleventh and July. Twelfth of Saturday. Sundays at correct. Correct. What will you guys try to accomplish with the kids in those days? We're GONNA try to hopefully hopefully teach him a little something about the game of baseball and teaching. That baseball can be fun and I feel like a lot of people are kind of. Losing the thought of Baseball being fun. Everyone looks at it as boring and I think our main goal is just to go out there and realize how fun baseball really is 'cause baseball's giving. All four of us that are heading. The instructors at the camps that we've surrounded our life baseball man everything. Everything that's going on right now. All everything's so negative. We weren't we WANNA have some fun and tease kids a little bit and let them have fun I see. You are one of four instructors for this. Who Else is joining you? so my thirteen year base okay to send the Sun and then Gary and Kane are the other two players as well. He coach all three of us. Andy's honestly one of the days guys ever met and He's a real good baseball coach and then Cain. Bateman and Jelly winning. They were roommates at Heidelberg and I played with them growing up. And, I played with Juliette Lasalle as well, and I'm looking at some of the details for this against the first annual summary League. Baseball camp, summit country, day Saturday and Sunday July eleven twelve. May Nice Bang for your buck. It doesn't cost a whole lot. You get some cool things that come with it explaining. How much does it cost? And what do they get? I believe it is thirty five or one day. For both days. And You get a t shirt. Get lunch and you get a lot of. Experience Baseball players teaching it a game and I'm sure it'll be a lot of fun for everybody as well Nick for those listening who want more information. What's the best way to tell them do? find that information. you can go on twitter. At, at Nikki e one, two, three and I C K Y E one-two-three. And you will re tweet it right after I get off here, so it'll be like my first tweet on my page, and you can message me You can email the email on there where you can text the number on that Flyer I know you tweeted about this last night so I ask you. What did you watch the you watch the junior special last night. How good was that is awesome man? He's a baseball players I've ever had the privilege of watching. my I mean. My Dad talked about the great eight all the time, but for me growing up. Griffey was. Like for me, you know I was. Batted left handed. Him, I didn't hit very many round. Probably why I'm a picture, but. I definitely tried to model my swing. Offer Griffey. Here's the man. KNICKER hanging out with us. pitched Lasalle High School pitch for the Miami Redhawks a fifteenth round draft pick of the Yankees in two thousand eighteen, and he's part of the first annual summary. League baseball camp, coming up on Saturday and Sunday July Eleven and twelve summit country day for kids to have a great time learned the game have some fun. Here's the most important question I'm going to ask you is. Is that Guy Joe Speed taking care of you? Do you need me to rough him up or advisement? Anyway way now now, just always taking care of me. One of that he's, he's also invest guy and he. He's fun to be around. He's just an overall great guy, and he does a great job representing me, He. actually during this Corinthian. He took the time to get his real estate license just in case. He can help any player he as with real estate and all that stuff, so he he takes, he takes care of all of us and. I don't think anybody would ever disagree that. He's represented. That is good to hear. That certainly sounds like the Joe speed. I know! Hey, this was fun I. Really Appreciate Your Time hanging there and have a blast with his campaign and put smiles on the faces of the kids in. Let's keep in touch and talk down the road. Right. Absolutely mandate for the call. You gotTa Take.

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Biden wins Maryland primary

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Biden wins Maryland primary

"More election results coming in from the Maryland primary and there are already returns in a very closely watched congressional race WTOP's Mitchell Miller joins us live Maryland is one of seven states Joe Biden has won this primary night and he's now less than one hundred and fifty delegates away from clinching the democratic presidential nomination incoming congressional candidates in Maryland all appear to be holding their own though the numbers are still relatively light and could a controversial congressman in Iowa be in trouble Republican Steve king who's been accused of various races statements over the years trails Republican challenger Randy Feenstra with about half of the vote counted now he's trailing forty three percent to thirty six percent also two Senate races are now set in Iowa Democrat Theresa greenfield will take on Republican senator Joni Ernst and in Montana former governor and Democrat Steve bullock will face Republican senator Steve Daines

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"ernst" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Then favorite scene. Actually, I think I really liked the scene whenever Fritz Ernst in birdie are escaping from the pirates in there like running back to their house, and they're like tricking the pirates that like whenever they whenever they hide in the bamboo, and then they come out, and then the pirate is there with a make him by like tripping him. And then they get away in the gover- that birdies actually, revert just like that whole build up of that scene like that part of the movie, but when you like to go, I can go. K? I'm going to have to say I like Fritz best to also because he's dreamy. But I just felt like he was one of those really like take charge characters. Like, yeah. He fought with Ernst and stuff. But at the end of the day, he just kinda did what he thought was. Right. And he did what he thought was helpful and stuff. And I'd say probably my favorite scene as the part were father is showing mother the tree house, and you get to see like the part where he opens up the roof. So they can look at the stars at night. And I'm just like over Mantech. It was awesome. I want. I want a house like that. If I were to live in the jungle. Okay. I'm going to I think my favorite character. I don't wanna be a broken record and say France, but yes, but it's it's a very tie. Honestly, because I like France because he was a character who seemed to grow the most in the film, and I like really like to development, I also birdie 'cause she took charge. Roberta like was I can fight just as good as any of you guys like when she shot off the gun and everything that was really cool. But then I also have Francis. Like like how he gets on the island is like a typical kid is like I'm going to own all of these animals. That's now. Gets a monkey captures. Tiger saves Duke and Duke, and I wanna say Turk. But I know that's wrong. I think it's I think it's Turk. The do Kentucky yet. And he is so adamant about them stating them in the beginning. He's like, no, they're my dogs. 'cause everyone's God. Yeah. I honestly really liked him. Because I could relate to that. You know, all of us is kids can and then I have to tie for my favorites Dayton. I one is also when father showing mother the house because it's just so great seeing all the hard work. They did and how they came up with all these great inventions like the ice and the water for like bathing and everything it was really cool. And then I love the Christmas seen like when Roberta and Fritz and.

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"ernst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And I am anxious to review the information. Is there a particular question you're anxious to get to the bottom of what we want to see is is there evidence or corroboration that the FBI is is able to find her the supplemental investigation that would corroborate Dr Ford's accusations. And if not I will continue to support judge Cavanaugh based on the information that I have at this time. What message does vote of support for judge Kavanagh's tend to women in America? What message that sends to women and in America is that we are innocent until proven guilty in this great country. And I have absolutely no doubt after reviewing Dr foreign testimony that she has suffered from something very traumatic in her lifetime. But simply the corroboration wasn't there with even the witnesses that she brought forward. So believe me we want accuse those that are accusing others to come forward. If they have experienced something in their lifetime. It is important that they are heard about again in the United States people are innocent until proven guilty. That is Joni Ernst. She is exactly exactly exactly right. So call the Senate a two two two four three one to one denounce the McCarthyism of the Democrats raise the questions. This is not about attacking judge, Dr Ford. Joni Ernst said something happened to her. But her testimony doesn't hang together. The fear of flying stuff that the committee would come to me her boyfriend's letter about being familiar with polygraphs conduct testimony the second front door not being put in because of claustrophobia. There's just a whole bunch the report of the special counsel.

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"ernst" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"From co, founder of the week, a pedia Esther Dyson who's been on the program. Jay Rosen clay Shirke who I was as first publisher in silicon alley reporter waded to call them for us Rosanne cash, Craig Newmark amid ER network and others. They're going to bring the d. correspondent dot l. to the United States under the correspondent dot com. The CEO and co founder is Ernst Jahn fout. Excellent. Did I get it right? You got it right. John, welcome to this week in startups. You heard my preamble. I'm depressed now to Jason. It's okay. We'll get through it. But were you seeing the same problems in the Netherlands where you Dutch people in the Netherlands. Yes. Of which Amsterdam is the Calo. Yes, that's correct. People get confused because they say, oh Dutch. They must be from Dutch land. Yeah, the the Netherlands. I also get Denmark lot that were part of Denmark, people say that too, but to be clear, the Netherlands is a country with sixteen seventeen million people. That's correct times as much Sweden, Norway. Yes. Seven million more than no sway swings got eleven million. Denmark has ten Norway has Denmark Norway five each. So it's a pretty big country. Could that? It's just gonna navien countries? Yes. This country, not so smaller and obviously more than. What's going on in Germany. Office eighty million Germans or one hundred ten million Germans being people in the world. Putting that context was journalism collapsing in the Netherlands, and that's why you created this. You saw some fundamental problem with journalism or why did you create de correspondent? Yes. Oh, my go- founder rubbed Weinberg editor and either both working at a legacy newspaper and a, it's sort of like the New York Times of Holland, and we both saw couple of problems. I won this advertising because it's a, it's a weird business model for journalism because journalism is about informing people. And so those people should be our most important stakeholders. But if you have for ties IRS, you're basically working for the advertisers, the influence as your business and inventory decisions. So that was one thing we saw. We was it in that newspaper, the New York Times of the Netherlands was, did you did they have a porous wall between the advertising and content most of those high end newspapers, like to think there is no wall, yes, odor dirt. Erred was a Chinese wall, and but still. For example, there will be new that would be a new career section or a new travel section, add to the newspaper, not because the journalists wanted to happen or not because readers wanted, but because it's easy to sell ads in those sections. So this always even dares a wall. There's always this influence. So that's one problem that we saw. The auto one is that to trust figures in the Netherlands, journalists are not trusted. Basically only one third of the people in the Nyland trust journalists. So that lease thirds of the country nut trusting journalists, which is a huge problem. I mean, you can have a can do FEC checks and all that. But if two thirds of the people doesn't believe what you say down, you're not you're not achieving your mission. So at the newspaper we both worked, we tried to try to Jane change journalism. We tried to redefine news because news is always about the exception never about to rule. So we wanted to cover structure the elements. So instead of the weather, we wanted to climate and at the same time he wanted to involve. Our readers in journalism and make them more important. And that went pretty well for a while down rob, my co-founder got fired my project killed, we were both on the streets and we got out of this. What was the name of the publication? And another Egner say, and our and our say, and on those bloods and our say, humbles, blah. Yeah. They didn't want to embrace your radical ad, free consumer first reader, first philosophy, and they laid you guys off? Yeah, I think a lot of people, the newspaper rain stood in it, but the owners weren't. It was a private equity firm. They wanted to sell it after a couple of years. So they were only interested in short term gains and so problem in journalism. I think we have this problem with private equity has gone and bought all these..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

Ernst Lubitsch Ernst Google Niccolo Lubich Lubitsch Ernst Joseph McBride Lubich Dwight MacDonald KCRW writer hammer museum Michael silver Esquire magazine UCLA New York University press Los Angeles Julia Columbia Hitchcock
"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"ernst" Discussed on Bookworm

"From KCRW and KCRW dot com. I'm Michael silver, blunt, and this is bookworm. We're doing something virtually undone on bookworm. We're talking about movies today. The film scholar and historian Joseph McBride has written a book about Ernst Lubitsch, cold hell did Lubitsch do it. It's published by Columbia, University press, and it is said that now you say the name Ernst Lubitsch and elicits a blank stare. But when I was a sophomore at the state university of New York at buffalo, the film critic, he was the critic for Esquire magazine and brilliant political writer as well. And the whit Dwight MacDonald came and taught. A class in film comedy, and he showed the film Trumbull in paradise as it happens. Trouble in paradise is the first Lubitsch film that the film historian Joseph McBride who wrote the spoke hounded Lubitsch do it. It's the first film he sought to and anyone who's lucky enough to fall under the spell of which is transformed, permanently here in Los Angeles from where show emanates, we're about to have a Lubich festival, write it down. It's going to be at the hammer museum. It's being sponsored by the UCLA film and television archives. And for the next month and a half, you'll be able to see to Lubich is sometimes three. A week. This is the first book that has ever taken both parts of Lubich is career into account. He was already in Germany, not just a film star. He played a, what would you say? Schlep? He Julia, schlemiel character comedian knockabout comedian. He started with low comedy and wand up doing high comedy, and he is inevitably the way we do us choose to the top of the then my special guest is Juneau I have here. I have the daughter of Ernst goo bitch Niccolo Lubich with us too. When I spoke to her and asked her to come, she told me this might have been from one of her father's scripts. I would love to, but I'll be the dead. Decaration. I heard the woman who's facing me Nikola talk about Ernst goo bitch and call him daddy, daddy. What wouldn't we give to be able to call Ernst Google, which daddy? I was daddy's girl. He word that he's groom. Unfortunately, he died when you were nine, right? He was very young. I believe he was fifty five, I think so, yeah. And but you were the apple of his eye was somebody wants asked me what I could say about him in really is that I felt loved beyond anything, and I think that's the greatest gift apparent can give to their child, right? The greatest gift of writer director can give to the film is loving it out land shortly. And he goes through home cycle of development from his silent films to his. American Hollywood sound films. You sense the love for every detail every line every joke. He was as well known as Hitchcock would later be the Google, which touch became a cliche to the point that when Guber started getting rougher in his films less down, look at it was the go, bitch, sledgehammer, we go through all these films in this book. Hell did Google, which do it. I regard Lubich as a descendant in film of dickens. If there is a tradition of the hilarious, minor character the character whose repetitions make him memorable, whether that's women in great expectations who which does it too, and he does it with. Great, originality, all the way through verve and freshness..

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