35 Burst results for "Garfield"

"garfield" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"garfield" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Continues to strike, then they all strike. Denzler adds, he thinks Congress should step in and if agreement can't be reached in the next few weeks. 6 O 8 traffic and weather together on the 8th sponsored by U line here's bowed around a couple of problems right now, including on the inbound side of the Dan Ryan, let's go right to the wbm Duncan traffic tip line at 8 5 5 7 88 5 5 7 8 76 23. Inbound Garfield in the local lanes, multi vehicle accident, Chicago fire departments. I'm seeing and they have the right lane shut down. And that's why we're seeing heavy traffic in the locals from 51st up to right around 43rd street just before just past 47s where the crash is. That's on the inbound side of the Dan Ryan 20 minutes from 95th to downtown if you're in the local lanes if you use the express lanes they'll save you a few minutes, only seeing some slowing passing socks park from Pershing up to the Chinatown feeder so that the express lanes are better right now. On the inbound Dan Ryan because of that crash involving a semi in the locals, the outbound side of the Dan Ryan is good, no eating delays so far this morning on the Kennedy expressway inbound just a tap of the brakes from Austin to central not too bad 21 minutes from O'Hare. The op bound Kennedy's fine, but expect delays on the westbound side of one 90 all morning already heavy westbound one 90 heading towards O'Hare from Cumberland to the O'Hare terminals. It's the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, we would expect that delay to be there all day. Eisenhower, no major problems, the Stevenson inbounding out 30 minutes from three 55, 22 in from the tri state the outbound Stevenson slow as you pass Cicero because of a crash over on the on ramp on I 57 on the inbound side note a lazy op inside of my 57 looking good now as well. The bishop boards all clear do some of the lakeshore drive, no major delays. Illinois always all looking pretty good so far on this. Thanksgiving eve morning, route 53 and I 80 are all good, 80 94 westbound node alas, but eastbound ID 94 is jam packed solid from the bishop Ford to the state line. That's where we have a multi vehicle crash, one semi, four vehicles involved, two left lanes are blocked. That's why your jammed on the eastbound side of 80 94 once you pass the state line, the X ramp to northbound county med still blocked because of a stalled fire truck, heavy tow trying to get it out of the way on that east by 90 94 ramp to northbound county med. I 65 in the Indiana toll road both looking great from the metro traffic center next report 6 18 news radio one O 5 9 wbm. We have sunshine in the forecast today really beautiful and warm as we get up to about 60° today. For Thanksgiving, a little chilly or down in the low 50s

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3 young people injured in North Carolina shooting on Halloween night

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

3 young people injured in North Carolina shooting on Halloween night

"Police in Chicago say as many as 14 people have been injured in a drive by shooting Police say the shootings happened in the city's Garfield park Halloween night and that there may have been two shooters police superintendent David brown says there are three young victims they just three 11 and 13 The other victims range in age from their 30s to 50s and there have been no fatalities Brown says the conditions of the victims range from non life threatening injuries to critical condition I'm Donna water

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Robert Davi on the Secret Conservative Culture in Hollywood

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Robert Davi on the Secret Conservative Culture in Hollywood

"Fiction. It's a real story. My son hunter, the movie we are here with the director and the distributor Robert Darwin and we have from breitbart, Alex Marlow. Gentlemen, let's talk about the state of the conservative culture producers. I presume I don't want to put anybody into a difficult position. You were part of Friends of Abe. Perhaps, perhaps. Okay, good. Can not confirm or deny. What happened to that? Why did we have to have a secret conservative group of actors in directors in Hollywood? What happened to it? And is that why this is the real question? Is that why it seems as if the right doesn't know how to make culture anymore? Give us your take. And it's a bit winded, but you follow me. Yeah. Hollywood in the 1940s and 30s and 50s were infiltrated by the communists. The useful idiots, you know this. Especially the screenwriters guild the screenwriters guild, the agents, the readers on the studios, what projects we're going to get put forward and not. Ronald Reagan, and idle the Pino's house crashed that party because William molden said, there's a meeting of the Communist Party at idol of pinos house. She's like the Meryl strip of the day. They were shouting him down in one act of John Garfield said he should speak, let's hear him speak, okay? He did. And years later, Sterling Hayden said Ronald Reagan was a one man wrecking crew of the Communist Party in Hollywood. A former Democrat. Former Democrat, because he was from a bleeding heart liberal, he saw the infiltration and what their main goal was. And it disturbed him. Because he was early 40s, he was a bleeding heart liberal, and he saw what was happening. Now, that was a communist in our government and in our culture.

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"garfield" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"garfield" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Interconnection. There is you hear in spiritual circles, the sentiment of no one can be free until we're all free. And some part of me agrees with that, but I don't fully understand it. So I know this question a little bit out of left field, but it just popped into my head as we've been talking. Yeah, I think we can talk about that in terms of the Buddhist analysis of suffering. So now I am going to just return to Buddhist territory for a minute, which I think is very useful territory for thinking about this. When we think about the nature of suffering, the standard account in mahayana traditions is that suffering is threefold. There are three kinds of suffering. The first most obvious kind of suffering is what I think tubed and chimp has given us a beautiful translation for evidence suffering. The obvious suffering, headaches, sore throats, floods, things like that. And that's bad stuff, right? The second level is the suffering of change. And that is twofold itself. One is it's the fact that good things kind of turn bad after a while. You think of that pup song that you really loved and you thought you could never get enough of and so you played it again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and you discovered you could get enough of it. But the other aspect of course is the fact that we're all getting older and kind of always downhill from there as one of my teachers said we should each look at ourselves as a corpse in the making and every day we get more perfected as a corpse. And that's a source of suffering. The fact that we know that things are going downhill in a way. But the third is the suffering of pervasive conditioning. And that's sometimes the hardest one to get a grip on, but I think it's the deepest and the most important one. And it's the fact that we are completely connected to everything around us. And as a result, everything that happened to us, or that happened in the world, can affect our own well-being, and we can't control it. And we have a powerful drive to be in control of our lives. And we even have a mythology about that. He stands on his own two feet. I mean, what am I supposed to do when I stand on my own two feet? I'm not only supposed to grow my own food, but I'm supposed to make the dirt in which it grew and caused The Rain that makes it rain. If I'm supposed to generate all my own electricity, right? And I've got to create the sun to shine on me. We're completely interdependent. But what that means is that because of our relations to others, what happens to other people inevitably affects our own state of happiness or suffering, and let me make that really plain and boring. Like suppose you're on vacation on the beach and you're sitting sipping a margarita and watching an absolutely gorgeous sunset. And you say, to yourself, gosh, life is good. I am really happy right now. And I want you to imagine somebody whispering in your ear saying, that's really cool. That means you don't really care about all the refugees out of Ukraine. And it doesn't bother you that people are starving in Yemen. And the fact that there's a food global shortage doesn't make you unhappy at all. And now you suddenly recognize that you're suffering from being a person, you don't want to be, namely somebody who can simply shut out the welfare of others, focus on my own current situation and be happy. And notice you would never say, I want to raise my kids so that they're never going to care about anybody else and they can be completely happy on their own. You would never want to do that. And you don't want to be that kind of person. And so when we take that phrase, like nobody's free till everybody's free, I want to understand that as nobody could really be free from suffering. Nobody could be happy unless everyone else is because if somebody else is unhappy, then your only choice is, either, hey, I don't care, or gee, that makes me unhappy too. And if you say, I don't care, that makes you unhappy because it creates an emotional cognitive dissonance. Because then you have to look at yourself and say, oh, damn. I'm that kind of person. That's how I would understand that. How do we ever feel happiness given that at any given moment there's incalculable suffering? Well, the first double truth that we've been exploring is that all of existence is permeated by suffering. And that's a fact. And what that means is that our moments of happiness while we don't want to deny them. Are themselves sources of suffering. That's the really awful thing. There's a wonderful Tibetan metaphor for this. It says that samsara, the world that we live in, is like licking honey from the blade of a sword, or as I do it for modern people, looking honey from a razor blade. You can't deny that that honey is there. But what's under it is what's really scary. And so I never would deny the fact that there are moments of real pleasure, but to call those lasting happiness or real happiness. I think is actually also one more very deep illusion. It's the denial of the first double truth. And that's the bad news, right? I mean, the good news is the third noble truth in the path. But the first two trills are a downer. And they're a downer because they're reflecting the actual nature of our reality, which is not entirely satisfactory. And the self illusion is right at the base of all of that. So what is real happiness? Real happiness would be the extinction of that suffering. And that would mean the extinction of attraction and aversion. And that would mean the extinction of the kind of primal confusion that lies at the base of that. Now we're talking second noble truth. And that primal confusion is the confusion that takes things that are a source of suffering to be a source of happiness. That takes things that are insubstantial, like persons, and reifies them substantial selves. To take things that are dependent, and to see them as independent, right? So those are the sources of suffering, and we can get past those. Pain is not suffering, and pleasure isn't happiness, and it's really important to remember that if you've ever engaged in a sport, you know that pain doesn't have to be suffering. And if you pay careful attention to pleasure, you know that pleasure is often not happiness. It's simply something that masks further suffering. And I think that what we've been talking about are the routes out of suffering and into happiness, not the routes out of pain and into pleasure. So if we can start to conceive of ourselves, if only episodically as people enmeshed in a vast fluxing gumbo of reality as opposed to separate selves, fretfully navigating a hostile world. Yeah. Then we might, that's a step towards real happiness. Right, and what that mean that I might experience a broken arm, but it wouldn't it would cause pain, but no suffering. I might experience the honey and see it for what it is. Yeah, that's quite possible. I mean, I don't know how many people listening to this have been engaged ever in vigorous sport, but a few play soccer or football or if you're a marathon runner, or if you're a mountain climber, you're going to have experience a lot of pain, both in practice and training and in high performance athletic activity. It hurts. And if it doesn't hurt, you're not doing it hard enough for it to be worthwhile. But athletes are often smiling in that pain and often you say, wow, that hurt, that was fabulous. And that's because pain only becomes suffering when you add aversion to it. And in parts of our lives, we don't. And we can learn to subtract the aversion. That's doable. And when we look at a lot of, say, mindfulness based stress reduction and mindfulness based pain reduction.

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"garfield" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"garfield" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"And we laugh and we discuss and she tells me how much she paid for them and I tell her I think she's joking and she tells me how much I can afford to pay for them and I say actually I'm not that rich and you know we have a conversation and eventually we come to a price and it's a price that is going to make her a decent profit and just going to make me happy about the oranges and it's going to have us each have an enjoyable day. And when we do that, we've treated each other as persons. I mean, you could come into it in a totally cutthroat way and say, damn it, I'm going to get the absolute cheapest price like possibly can and if she loses money on it or if she's humiliated by it, the hell with it, I'm in this game to win. And it's a two person zero sum game and if I win, she loses. That's what the self illusion does to people. And I've seen people bark in that way. And you end up with two unhappy people at the end. One really unhappy because somebody tried to cheat me. And somebody unhappy because I had to deal with this really unpleasant person trying to buy oranges from me today. And it's basically wasn't worth my time doing it. And I just can't see how that's a good outcome. There's nothing wrong with bargaining. But when you do that, bargaining between persons feels really different from bargaining between persons who take themselves to be selves. Coming up Jay Garfield on the benefits of losing ourselves, plus how to actually do it. And we take a stroll through four mental states that can when cultivated, support both selflessness and happiness. After this. I asked you earlier about

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Tragic Parade Was Not the Only July 4th Weekend Shooting in Illinois

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Tragic Parade Was Not the Only July 4th Weekend Shooting in Illinois

"We're going to lead this program today with some unfortunate news out of highland park Illinois right down the street where I grew up, by the way. Terrible shooting yesterday in highland park seems as if 6 people are dead. And over 30 people are injured, highland park is in the north shore of Chicago. I grew up in wheeling Illinois, not far from there at all. It was at a July 4th parade where this individual we're not going to use his name, gets on a rooftop and starts shooting into the crowd. Now that's a tragedy, and it should be considered a tragedy. Inexplicably. We're not going to politicize it. The other side is trying to politicize it. They're trying to say, oh, this guy was a Trump supporter. There's no evidence of that. There's also no evidence that he's a far left wing activist. There's evidence that he was very deeply disturbed and used visuals from both sides of the political aisle for what reason we really don't know. But it's important that we add context that we remember all death that happened in Illinois this weekend. We're going to talk about the parade shooting. We're going to talk about what I believe is actually pushing young men towards these sort of violent acts. But also, 71 people were shot and ate fatally in the 4th of July holiday weekend and shootings across the city, Chicago police set. Last year, 19 people were killed and more than a hundred people were shot over the long 4th of July weekend. The toll was lower than last year, when 19 people were killed and more than a hundred people were shot. 9 of the wounded were shot into attacks on the west and south side, four people in the western Garfield park Friday evening, and 5 men in Parkway gardens on the south side and early Monday, so Chicago. Highland park is a suburb of Chicago. 6 dead in a parade, terrible, but in downtown Chicago, 71 shot and 8 killed.

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'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

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The Larger Significance of the NPR-Sotomayor Story

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

The Larger Significance of the NPR-Sotomayor Story

"I'd like to talk about the larger significance of this NPR story about the Supreme Court and masking. I wasn't going to cover the story. I thought it was kind of dumb. But Debbie's like, no, people are talking about it. You should cover it, and I want to do it in a way that draws out. What's really going on here? Because you see the essence of fake news. And it started out with Nina totenberg, the kind of longtime court reporter of NPR. Saying the following, she said that according to sources at the court Sotomayor did not feel safe in proximity to people who were not masked. Nina told mug reported that justice Roberts, understanding that, quote, in some form as the other justices to mask up. And then says tort, they all did, except Gorsuch, who as it happens sits next to Sotomayor on the bench, is continued refusal to do so has meant that Sotomayor has not attended the justice weekly conference in person, joining by telephone. Now, this article was just picked up because it suggested this kind of, wow, even at the Supreme Court, you've got all this insider Garfield going on over masking. So right away, CNBC was all over at MSNBC, CNN, and then of course all the pundits began to weigh in. He has made a Hassan. Why is it that the public figures on the right who claim to be pious Christians and believers and morality and decency turn out to be awful awful people? So you got the statement and then all the speculations on top of the statement presuming, of course, the statement to be true. And then justice Roberts put out a statement basically saying I never asked the other justices to be masked, boom. And after that, this was even more unprecedented. There was a statement that came out from Sotomayor and Gorsuch. So what are my says? I never asked that gore such be masked. I never, I never made that requirement. Gorsuch said I never heard anything of this sort from the chief justice has never been any such rule. The whole story was made up. The whole story was lies. Now, the killer. Here's a Nina totenberg tweeting after all this after three statements think of the how unusual it is for three justices of the court to come out and directly dispute all of them, saying the same thing and say meeting Nina totenberg's reporting as follows. You think she'd be like eating crow, right? No. Quote, NPR stands by my reporting. In other words, the three justices are liars. Either that, or some analysts have tried to cover her by saying that in an original report, she said that the judge Roberts quote in some form as the justice system makeup as though in some form means he didn't really. He just sort of implied

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Golden Globes winners announced at closed-door event

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Golden Globes winners announced at closed-door event

"The the golden golden globe globe awards awards Hollywood Hollywood so so called called biggest biggest party party that that regularly regularly drew drew eighteen eighteen million million TV TV viewers viewers was was reduced reduced to to a a live live blog blog Sunday Sunday night night Steven Steven Spielberg's Spielberg's West West Side Side Story Story won won several several big big awards awards okay okay Best Best Picture Picture comedy comedy or or musical musical Best Best Actress Actress best best supporting supporting actress actress Netflix Netflix is is the the power power of of the the dog dog won won Best Best Picture Picture drama drama Best Best direction direction and and supporting supporting performance performance other other film film winners winners included included Will Will Smith Smith breaking breaking Richard Richard Nicole Nicole Kidman Kidman for for being being the the Ricardos Ricardos and and Andrew Andrew Garfield Garfield for for tick tick tick tick boom boom I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the golden golden globe globe awards awards Hollywood Hollywood so so called called biggest biggest party party that that regularly regularly drew drew eighteen eighteen million million TV TV viewers viewers was was reduced reduced to to a a live live blog blog Sunday Sunday night night Steven Steven Spielberg's Spielberg's West West Side Side Story Story won won several several big big awards awards okay okay

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"garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Doing all the cooking. So I'm just like gonna do show tunes and drinks. Yeah. Yeah, be good. Well listen, thank you so much for doing this. Thank you. And have the best Friends miss and the best Christmas. You two, Chris, I appreciate that was lovely, lovely to talk. What a lovely man and thank you Andrew for your help with the agony uncle question. You've got to give granny hell, that's all that's all I'm going to say. Listeners Merry Christmas. I thank you so much for being amazing amazing people this year. It has been a delight to be chatting to you every week. Hearing from you and this week has been particularly special hearing about your christmases and I loved your funny stories and I loved you really honest stories about what it's actually going to be like for you and I said it earlier I said again. We homo sapiens are here for you. We are one big family. And if you're ever feeling lonely at Christmas, all you have to do stick on this podcast or get in touch with those homo sapiens on Instagram or at home visit sapiens podcast on Facebook or hello heaven savings podcast on email. And let us know what you thought of that chat with Andrew let us know what you thought about all of our Christmas stories. Loads of love to you all and wishing you the merriest of all the christmases and all those who don't celebrate it either, wishing you a happy holiday should you be lucky enough to get one. I'm sending you a load of love. Hi, this is Melissa Clark from New York Times cooking. Who doesn't love a simple one pan meal? Take by shakshuka with feta recipe, for instance, in a single skillet, you get perfectly cooked eggs, nestled in a bright and fragrant tomato sauce, surrounded by creamy nuggets of melted feta. It's a delicious breakfast, but it's just as good for dinner and it won't leave you with a lot of cleanup. You can find this recipe and all of our fan favorite one pan recipes at NYT cooking dot com. I'm Jane kosten, host of the argument, a podcast from New York Times opinion. Each week on the show, you'll hear people who disagree with each other, respectful, civil debate that gets behind the big news stories and beyond party lives. Like how to reform policing in America. Raise the minimum wage, or till the filibuster. You might not agree with everything you hear. And that's the point. You might even walk away with some new opinions of your own. You can listen to new episodes of the argument every Wednesday. Wherever you're listening to this podcast..

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"garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Still. Let's talk to you all about Christmas. I'm really interested about Christmas. What it means for LGBTQ+ people. So we did a couple of polls. We said to you, do you spend Christmas with your family? 80% of you said yes. 20% of you said no. Now what that probably means is that 20% of you are having a Friends mess, which I am a big fan of. And actually, so is Andrew Garfield is you're about to discover later on in our interview. I, by the way, spend it with my family. Always. And I feel very, very blessed that we're very harmonious bunch. I've got to say that because they're listening. The second question was, do you love it or do you dread it? 63% of you love it. It's in just over half. 37% of you read it. It's about has been in touch with amazing story about changing their wardrobe when they go home. I'm not in the closet, my family and parents know about me and my partner, but it's having to talk to individuals who are fairly homophobic, but love me nonetheless. As a son as a sibling, it's more of a mango closer for me Christmas is spark, clothing and I feel like you've been dressing like I've been to spend 1718 for the last 15 christmases, which is less and less true for the rest of my year. So I think it'd be good to see if gas and listeners have got that problem as well. It's just keeping a set of family appropriate clothes that has been the same to pull away and suddenly pull off our flourish, which is not at all what I wear on a daily basis. But it seems to be family gender Christmas appropriate. So, hey, we keep that outfit. Just fascinating about how we all play roles in our families, don't we? The fact that you're putting on that outfit that you spend that you put on every time you go home is about fitting into the families idea of who you are. There can be a comfort in that. Like I don't think there's any sense that you should have to change who you are at all about, and thank you very much for sending your voice now. But I think that there is not a comfort. I don't mean it feels good. I mean, we can easily slip back into roles with families and it's very hard to fight them and it's very hard to announce a new you in any respect. If you can relate to that story about having the clothes they like to ask for, please write in let us know. One of the questions I asked, which I knew was very pertinent for lots of you was when you go back home for Christmas, do you have to go back in the closet? Now fortunately, 79% of you said no, but 21% of you did say that I said that you do have to go back into the closet when you go home for Christmas. I'm sorry to hear that. I've got a very interesting voice note from AJ actually. It's almost like his parents decide for him that he goes back in the closet, which I actually hadn't considered when I asked the question. I have to go back in the closet when I go home. Because when I came out, it was kind of decided for me that we weren't going to tell the grandparents on both sides of a quite devout Catholics. So when I go home, I got a classic question, kind of about, do you have any girlfriends, which I constantly have to swerve? So it's not really a horror story, but I guess it just creates a much narrower relationship with my grandparents and I think also because I'm around and will all around each other all the time with the rest of my family. It creates a narrower relationship with everyone because they also have to kind of join in the lie when we're all together. Yeah, it just makes me a bit sad knowing I can't have the full relationship the same way my brother has for them about him and his long-term girlfriend, if they're buying a house, like I know that I'll never be able to have that with them. We won't be able to celebrate all parts of my life together. So yeah, it's just a bit sad, really. AJ, I'm sorry to hear that. He said it would become this 2D version of who you are. It's not right. It's really funny with families, isn't it? Because we sort of force ourselves to be, it's a bit like the clothes thing again. To be a muted form of ourselves, when altogether, because there's a fear that if we are real cells, we're not going to work, and we have to work because we're a family. And I get that and I get how I used to mute myself and I'd sure I still do. We're not all, you know, me and my sister are hysterical at Christmas, like we totally whenever together we always just revert to being the teenagers we were and we're like literally to two steps away from being like mom, she totally took my mince pie. She can have it to be quite Frank. Not a fan of mince by but it's yeah it's that thing about trying to make the families like the most important thing this bigger structure and the group and I just think it's not fair. You should be able to be who you are AJ. Maybe we should do a big homo sapiens Christmas thing one day. When we're not constantly being locked in doors, I mean, are we locked in doors? I can't even tell. Love banana Rama, the person has also done this a voice note. I think there are stereotypes at Christmas. I think there are roles that people have in the home if you don't fit that role because you're a little bit different than I think it's just an awkward situation, potentially and we all feel that pressure to be with our family, whether you get on with your family or not a Christmas time, and I think whilst everybody has that not everybody is subjected to a barrage of awkward questions about your sexuality in a completely inappropriate way. So yeah, I do think it's different, different for LGBTQ+. One of the interesting things as well to consider is what LGBTQ+ children must feel at Christmas time because if you're a child and you want to make a pit and your mom and dad think you shouldn't have one because you identify as a boy, then that can have long-lasting effects. The assumption that boy should only play with boys toys and girls should only place the girls toys I think is troubling and it still exists. A very interesting that things about when you're talking there about the toys and stuff.

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"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"On july second eighteen. Eighty one at the baltimore and potomac railroad station in washington. Dc james garfield president of the united states was fatally shot. It's an event that quite frankly really doesn't get the attention that other political assassinations have received the story behind. How and why it happened. However is as fascinating as any in american history learn more about the assassination of president garfield and his assassin. Charles guitao on this episode of everything everywhere daily. Sure we're all dying to get back out on the road again. So maybe it's a really good time to look at the myths cliches and assumptions that we tend to make about travel long time travel journalists spud hilton and in the new podcast grounded all explore topics such as why it makes good sense to get lost the marketing myth of living like a local. Why it's better with tour guides makeup history why most travel media only see africa through its animals and why travels always more interesting when something goes wrong. Join me for these. And other topics on ground available on apple podcasts and spotify under the inappropriate traveler label and at inappropriate traveler. Dot com. james garfield doesn't rank very high in the list of the greatest american presidents. If for no other reason than he wasn't president for very long he was shot. Only four months after taking office and died about two months after that there was very little in the way of policy that could be attributed to him as president because of his short tenure during his administration he mostly appointed cabinet officials and managed to reappoint supreme court. Justice with the senate didn't act upon in the previous rutherford. B hayes administration garfield was born in ohio in raised on a farm is father died when he was only two when he was raised by his mother he grew up in poverty but was a voracious reader in eventually worked his way through school and graduated from williams college massachusetts. He was probably one of the most intelligent men ever to become president. He was fluent in both ancient. Latin and ancient greek and it was said that he was ambidextrous in could write in both languages simultaneously at the same time with.

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Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

Filmspotting

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

"Mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know

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"garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on The View

"The eyes of tammy faye will be in theaters friday. We'll be right back. This weekend's twentieth anniversary of nine eleven to the ongoing pandemic and everything. The nation has faced in between everyday heroes have emerged to embodied the ideals that we should all be striving for so. Abc is kicking off a month. Long network wide called america's strong and we asked some recent guests and friends of the view. What it means to them. Take a look over the past few years. We've seen such great american resilience responders on the first line doing everything they can to take care of one another that to me. Is america strong being there for family for friends for neighborhood for co workers for the city for this country. This is an opportunity when people are need for us to stand up and help each other. That's what america's strong means to me. When i hear america strong comes to mind is the first responders. The amazing healthcare worker to really guided us through this pandemic. Resilience is the word when it comes to americans. We are strong. We are resilient and we come back again and again. When i think about the pandemic right when i have a whisky distillery in dekalb illinois called whiskey acres and they went from distilling whisky and providing great libations for people to understanding the need for hand sanitizer and they've literally on a dime turned began creating hand sanitizer for the school districts in the hospitals and they put their prophets aside to do that for the american people. They are a great example of what america strong means today. When i think of america strong i think of my colleagues in the food service business who have not only pivoted their lives but found ways to feed and provide for their community while they were reinventing themselves and their businesses. Thank you friends so it begs.

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"garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on The View

"I just mean it literally lake. There's there's a moment in the film where in the very beginnings of their career that during the jim and tammy show. Yeah this is the moment here. And tammy basically reveals to. Jim live on ad that he's going to be a follow the for the first time that she's pregnant with their first child and he she doesn't say it to him privately and then share it with their audience doesn't in the moment this very sacred private thing that is usually between you know two people who are in a relationship but she makes this spectacle she shares it with the audience in the same moment she shares it with jim. And you see jim kind of this mix of joy and excitement and a little bit of kind of discomfort and vulnerability of going. Is this okay. And you see the process of per formative living occurring in in that very moment and then from there they were off to the races and they decided that that private lives was Not necessarily needing to be private and actually it was lucrative to make that private life public in something they encourage people to donate and give because it made them more relatable and and also they created it with. I think they came to honestly in a way. This is my interpretation anyway but they came to honestly in the sense that they saw that parishioners that partners. They used to call them as their own family. So why shouldn't you'll hear that we're having a baby at the same time that my husband loss cousins and sisters and brothers and we're on the same christian family so it's a very complicated thing. That's a nice rationalization for making more money so So jim and tammy faye bakker became the butt of many jokes in the eighties. I remember it well but tammy faye was actually an early supporter of the lgbtq community. And she believes that christians should embrace people living with aids which ruffled a lot of evangelista feathers. Do you think that she deserves more credit for that. I mean definitely i think. That's one of the the the reasons. Why i think and jessica could speak better to this but one of the reasons jessica was so excited about telling her story and bring to life and spreading story to more people and actually getting a deep look of the character of the person that she was is that she was an advocate for for for the lgbtq plus community and and an anyone really who felt like they were in any way feeling sense of exile or or a sense of being forbidden from being in the center of the culture. And because i think that's who she was as well she had this sense of identification with those who were excluded or who who kind of pushed to the edges of society and she. She knew that's where the love was needed. And that's why the inclusion needed so. Yeah she was that from my understanding and especially from what jessica brings to the to. The role is that she was a very pure loving person that may be just has had had was operating under some naive asean delusion again. Notice a justifiable. The coats and as many diet coke says she wanted. I think i haven't seen it yet i want. I'm looking forward to watch. I really am and so everybody can see this week but Thanks to andrew garfield..

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Major Changes Are Coming to Amazon's Luna Cloud Gaming Service

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Major Changes Are Coming to Amazon's Luna Cloud Gaming Service

"We have some luna news. I'm going to run through if you like if you like. There's new news First off you. I'm paraphrasing eddie. Gamespot i have the bullet points from my emails. While they're basically luna's over on fire the fire tablet you can start using the luna over there They're gonna do channels one of the new channels launched. Today's the family channel which offers a carefully curate. A group of thirty five plus games that are appropriate for younger players. The channel cost read hours. A month includes titles like spongebob squarepants battle for a bikini. Bottom rehydrated garfield cart furious. Racing and transformers battlegrounds skate. Bird will come to the channel later. This month amazon also announced that far. Cry six on october. Seventh and writer republic october. Twenty eighth will. October two hundred eighty. S what is this will launch. I with that. And everything else from ubisoft. Janelle looking ahead. There amazon is going to be doing a retro gaming. A channel soon with games from atari. Sf k among others Oh the other big announcement. This is a new co up feature for amazon luna The new couch option. Lets you play games like santi racing overcooked to among others cooperative. Even if you're not in the same room perhaps the most exciting part of this is that only. The host needs to be a luna subscriber. The guests can play for free.

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Fox News Political Commentator Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Fox News Political Commentator Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Let's get into look. It's called how i saved the world. How did you save the world. Jesse waters tell us. I saved myself i because anybody that knows me needed. I needed saving. And this was after about twenty years at fox news starting in the basement. And now i get to sit next to dana. Perino and greg gut garfield both of whom were any tiny people incredibly tiny now by the way. You're not working. You're not looking at the camera. I know you're new to this. I want you to look at the camera. Because i want people to see your happy handsome face. Are you look area. Say much better now jesse. Seriously year on the five year with juan williams. I got on a big rhubarb with one once on On one of the fox shows but keep going sorry rhubarb. Why i have to hear about this. Show i so i got to a place in my life where i just wanted to tell these crazy stories about being fox and going on these adventures to these liberal bastions of just insanity san francisco nude beaches and martha's vineyard and i wanted to tell these tales about ambushing bad judges and confronting celebrities and interviewing college students on the beaches and quizzing them about american history. And so i thought this was a great time to share it during in nineteen. I had nothing else to do except write this

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Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man While Trying to Arrest Him

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man While Trying to Arrest Him

"Involving a fugitive task force in West Garfield Park. The officers were trying to arrest a man who had escaped from electronic monitoring Levante. White was wanted on two warrants, one for cutting off his bracelet and another for aggravated sexual assault with a firearm. The task force found him yesterday morning in a car near Monroe and Kilpatrick. Police say White took out a gun after refusing to get out of the car. Three Chicago police officers and one U. S. Marshal fired their guns hitting white, who died at the hospital. CPD Superintendent David Brown. We are doing our part to make Chicago safer. But we need the court system. To do its part. This person wants on the electronic monitoring. After 15 counts of criminal sexual assault with a firearm. No officers were shot, but several were taken to hospitals for evaluation. A gun was recovered at the scene, but it's unclear if the suspect ever fired it. Schools in Illinois will now be required

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Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Wanted Suspect in West Garfield Park

Ben Shapiro

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Wanted Suspect in West Garfield Park

"garfield" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Became convinced that the reform-minded half breed president would be the death of the gop. Then he had an idea. What if james garfield died instead the quirky theologian soon convinced himself. That this was god's will and he was god's instrument by killing the president. Charles guitar believed he would save the stalwarts and thus the nation you turned full on stocker at the station this morning. Ready and waiting. He is sure that in time a grateful nation will see him as a hero. But that won't happen. The quite likely mentally ill assassin will find no reprieve in an insanity plea. He'll die at the gallows a year from now. On june thirtieth eighteen eighty two. But let's not get ahead of ourselves through the summer of eighteen eighty one. James garfield clings to life as neither the prodding german fingers of medical doctors nor alexander. Graham bell's new metal detector can locate the bowl inside the humble log. Cabin born brilliant president which is in pain and poss for eighty miserable days and finally succumbs to his moral wound. James expires on the night of september. Nineteen eighty one in uncertain. Nation is left wondering what might have been in the wake of their second. Ever presidential facination americans are also left wondering what they can expect from the spoils. System benefiting fired customhouse. Agent will.

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"garfield" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"It's saturday morning. July second eighteen eighty one and james garfield is elated. He's had a grueling four months here in the white house during which time this likable non office seeking president has battled it out with stalwarts including his own vice president over cabinet. Picks and continuing referred. Hayes is worth taking on the spoils system today though he gets to put this half breed versus stalwart internal party. Strife behind him. He's leaving dc for a little vacation his youngest two boys. Urban abram are taking a train to their hometown of mentor ohio for little grandparent time. Meanwhile james in his older two boys. Harry and james junior will ride the rails in the other direction to meet his daughter. Molly and brilliant yet sickly wife krisha though visit a few east coast states and drop by james garfield old alma mater massachusetts. Which is where these older tucson's are now. Enrolling williams college as james garfield gets ready for the day. This father of five playfully roughhouses with some of his sons. While singing i mix those children up from the popular comic opera. hms pinafore. he's just so happy. All the white house staff can see it to as james bid them goodbye then climbs into a two seater carriage and the other seat is the former maine senator who actually sought the presidency. James blaine now serving as secretary of state. He's accompanying the president down to washington d. c. baltimore and potomac railroad station so they can squeeze in one last pre vacation chat. The eldest garfield son's head out in a separate carriage will meet their father at the train. Platform the president's cared soon pulls off at the railroad pico. He's right in the middle of discussing speech he plans to give in atlanta. That will detail his plans for the south and black americans. This is no rutherford hayes. Backpedal frankly james sounds more like an old school republican. He intends to stand up for black. American civil and voting rights wants to provide them with basic education amp lands to have black men appointed foreign service positions. He just discussed that last. Point with frederick douglass a few weeks back. How's he doing on time. Campus the nine thirty train. James garfield sees a policeman. He asks how much time have we officer the policeman replies about ten minutes sir. Sounds like the president needs. Da going. it's fine state secretary. James blamed decides to walk into the platform. The two half breed republicans exit their carriage and into the red brick station the a walk briskly side by side through the less busy than usual depot. They're just passing through some rows of chairs when a loud pop cuts quiet. The president feels a sharp steam along his right shoulder. Head flies back his arms out. My god what is this. He exclaims sound. Echoes through the station. Once more this time james feels the bully. Hit him square in the back. Collapses strike some chairs before hitting floor rockwell rockwell whereas rockwell distraught state secretary screams. He knows the president's friend and assistant colonel allman rockwell is somewhere in the station with other cabinet members and the president's two oldest boys and hide. His james garfield meet health. Now the commander in chief is bleeding out vomiting six feet away a small dark haired bearded man armed with british bulldog revolver turns and walks towards the station's exit. There he goes there he goes. Someone cries he's stepping outside just as a massive powerfully built policeman stepping in hearing strange. Voices calling stop him. He shot the president officer seizes. This diminutive dark-haired me by the arm the quickly formed crowd calls out the gunman to be lynched. But that doesn't seem to scare him. As more officers swarm he announces. I did it. I will go to jail for it. I am a stalwart and third will be president. The gunman's name is charles j. It'll less than successful writer lawyer. And theologian charles is also stalwart republican. Who feels he did. A great service to the gop by campaigning. Last year. for the party's half breed nominee james garfield. He was so convinced of his importance and value in the presidential election. That charles repeatedly requested a spoiled system posting in vienna paris politely. Yet firmly the anti patronage president and secretary of state told the very inconsequential charles. No but as james garfield proof. Strong enough to fight against the dominating stalwart senator roscoe conquering who even resigned charles.

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"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"I'm a stalwart of the stalwarts. Arthur is president now. Garfield medical care wasn't great. His doctors kept poking around the wound with unsterilized fingers an instruments. He developed an infection and on september nineteenth. He died eleven weeks after the shooting. Many people believe that garfield would have lived if the doctors had just left him alone. With the death of garfield ghetto was now charged with murder ketosis submitted a plea of not guilty and wanted to represent himself the government insisted on an attorney forgo but the attorney quit within a week was one of the first high profile trials where insanity defense was considered one psychiatrist who testified said quote. Guitar is not only now insane but that he was never anything else during the trial. Ghettos behavior was bizarre to say the least he would often swear at the judge. You.

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"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"garfield" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"And nine thirty. Am on july second eighteen. Eighty one at the baltimore and potomac railroad station in washington. Dc james garfield president of the united states was fatally shot. It's an event that quite frankly really doesn't get the attention that other political assassinations have received the story behind. How and why it happened. However is as fascinating as any american history learn more about the assassination of president garfield and assassin charles guitao on this episode of everything everywhere daily. Sure we're all dying to get back out on the road against them. Maybe it's a really good time to look at the myths cliches and assumptions that we tend to make about travel long time travel journals spud hilton and in the new podcast grounded all explore topics such as why it makes good sense to get lost the marketing myth of living like a local. Why it's better with tour guides makeup history why most travel media only see africa through its animals and why travels always more interesting when something goes wrong. Join me for these. And other topics on grounded available on apple podcasts spotify under the inappropriate traveler label and at inappropriate traveler dot com. James garfield doesn't rank very high in the list of the greatest american presidents. If for no other reason than he wasn't president for very long he was shot. Only four months after taking office and died about two months after that there was very little in the way of policy that could be attributed to him as president because of his short tenure during his administration mostly appointed cabinet officials managed to reappoint a supreme court justice with the senate didn't act upon in the previous rufford behave administration garfield was born in ohio and raised on a farm. His father died when he was only two when he was raised by his mother he grew up in poverty but was a voracious reader and eventually worked his way through school and graduated from williams college massachusetts. He was probably one of the most intelligent men ever to become president. He was fluent in both ancient. Latin and ancient greek and it was said that he was ambidextrous and could write in both languages simultaneously at the same time with both hands. He studied law and passed the bar in ohio and was elected to the ohio. State senate. He joined the union army in the civil war and eighteen sixty two at the age of thirty one. He was promoted to the rank of brigadier general the same year while still serving in the military. He ran for congress in a safe. Ohio republican seat while accepting the nomination. He refused to campaign so we could spend more time serving in the war. He was a radical abolitionist fighting to preserve the union. He was fighting to.

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"garfield" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"garfield" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"A arthur as garfield running mate right so basically Boss conquering would still wield power. Because a arthur was his puppet and then have the ear of of of garfield. Basically arthur didn't even have any political experience so if we think electing someone who has no political experience is a new thing. It's not just wasn't he just wasn't as inept as the last guy that we so. His biggest job was actually serving as a collector of customs for the port of new york. So he had some experience just not political show Garfield wins the presidency. seventy eight percent turnout will okay so question because one of the things i read. Says he's actually the only sitting member of the house of representatives to be elected to the presidency. That's correct so he's got a little experience not a ton but he's wait. Are we talking about arthur. We talked about garfield garfield was talking about arthur. Go ahead carry on. Mc arthur didn't epochal experience. But they made him vice president murphy. So yeah that's an interesting thing about garfield. So garfield is the only member of the house of representatives to ever become president united states. Also he was senator elect when he won the presidency so he was senator elect and president elect at the same time. Ballin was obviously. He didn't become a senator. He became the president. But it's kind of an interesting thing that he won two elections at the same time he didn't. He wasn't wildly popular. Is just kind of middling guy he won. He barely won the popular vote but he did win the electoral college which is basically how you presence now when it when it comes to garfield though he hears one of the things that happened so conquering a boss. Conquering when arthur chester. A arthur to be the vice president so that it can kind of control garfield that ended up backfiring on him. And james garfield was actually to wrest power away from conquering and the boss system. Centrally died under the garfield presidency but the garfield presidency didn't last very long. You didn't last long new on because he was actually leaving washington by train to visit williams college when a man by the name of charles. Gets you fired. Two shots hit garfield in the arm in the back and get you as a political assassination. Hey she shouted. I am a stalwart. Arthur is now president arthur's now. President the The physicians that worked on garfield couldn't find the bullet Xrays didn't exist at the time. The doctors were actually digging into a garfield body with their bare hands. I'm trying to find trying to find the bullet. There was a guy. That's nice unsanitary. Yeah yeah there was a british physician. Interestingly enough by the name of joseph lister who had suggested that doctors and nurses should wash their hands before performing surgery but was considered a crackpot for his suggestions. Around in this guy's body. But i have not washed my hands in about a week and alexander. Graham bell becomes part of the story he had invented something called The induction balance It was a primitive metal detector and so he used that to try to find the bullet that was lodged inside garfield body. Unfortunately garfield was laying on a bed. That had bed springs in it which threw off a metal bed springs which through the reading. So meanwhile the doctor his body garfield ends up dying of sepsis a thing so Yeah so he he died died died so garfield dies before his presence..

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"garfield" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"garfield" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"That was a story that they tried to portray and it wasn't a bad portrayal both the clinton and An obama had similar new them were born into poverty but they were born into situations of from which you would not expect them to become president. At least in this day and age clinton did grow up. Poor i guess so. Y- james a garfield he's born into poverty in in rural ohio But you know pretty resourceful ended up becoming a a self made teacher. He became a lawyer. He is a college president by the time that he was twenty six years old. He was an army general by the time he was thirty. This guy -ccomplish quite a bit and then of course all of this before. He became a politician in and finally president. Pretty tall guy Six feet tall full beard. That's back when presidents had beards noticed. None of our presidents tend to have beards now. They're all pretty clean. Shaven guys An outspoken outspoken person for the e emancipated slaves so What what. What can i say about this guy. So he was born to a struggling father. His father died after fighting a forest fire. That got too close to their home. So the dad went out. the fire was encroaching on their cabin He fought the fire all day. came in to to go to sleep and essentially a never woke up. Yeah kinda sad story so That means that his mother was then left to To raise right and so they've got this farm. The mom pre resourceful. It's time she ended up selling off parts of the farm to kind of keep the family altogether. 'cause at this point. Hey you know what You don't have means to keep everyone together. A lot of parents would farm their kids out. Hey you know. It'll be a better life if you go apprentice with this company or apprentice with this these people or go live with this family. Because it'll be able to take care of you so his mom didn't want to do that so she just kind of sublet. The farm sold off pieces of farm and was able to to keep the family together in. Raise them in the ohio wilderness. So at sixteen years old garfield sets off to to work on the erie in ohio can now. His father had actually helped build the erie and canal so he goes off. He catches malaria so he he goes back home and his mom basically insists that he He enrolls in a in a small school..

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"garfield" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"garfield" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"History. I'm stephanie mann. Big t i'm calvin adam dave and we're back who another another week of fun. Oh look guys there's aliyah you can steer you run in the background looking at look at him kinda just. She sniffs everything. She's a hound so she's like she'll walk around and sniff everything like eight times. This is this is this food is this food. Is this food food. Did you eat food. Could i like your face your pretty much. Oh she'll she'll try to stick your tongue in your mouth after eating getting fresh with you. She doesn't she tries to but we've learned to not allow it because it's disgusting you'd have to go in and and probably morally wrong somewhere so if you enjoy it then yeah really morally. But it's okay because it's your dog. Helvin is going to be the historian. What are we talking about today ellen. Oh i'm this story in this episode of crap hold on god. I knew i had always to work on this project. I'm just getting So i am. I am going to be talking today about a man. By the name of james abram garfield former president united states mainly because name garfield i liked cartoon grown up. So i bet. This president did some good things so another episode full of cheese because we have lasagna. References on your references. Now yes so. You guys know my love for american pres- for do anything. I actually went and grabbed a shot. Okay yeah i got a shot too. So i i went and grabbed three. So this is the I i've had five different bourbons merging in an oak barrel for almost a year now and and and so it. It was time for a taste test model. Okay i got copper craft riley whiskey. So we'll see how it goes by like the whole smooth. That was much better than the wicked pickle have The poppas pilar maher mar blend a dark rum aged in bourbon barrels. So good so nice as our at cal you're up. Let's do this all right. So james abram garfield the year was eighteen thirty two. Some things happened in that year in a world. One of those things was james. A garfield entered into the world and was like one day. I'm going to be president and he accomplish that that's it. Thank you for the ted talk abir. That's basically i know. What was his his presidency. Ends up getting cut short because he's a second president to be assassinated. Actually but so. Yeah so james. A garfield was known as I guess he was the last log cabin president so most people when they think of a log. Cabin president most people think abraham lincoln of course but Jamesy garfield there was basically log cabin. President was kind of a series of presidents. just because that was what they were associated with being born into like being born into poverty is kind of what that was talking about. I'm working themselves up through Through life very unexpected that they would ever become president. That's kind of the the whole idea is like they're working themselves up from poverty. That's they meant by log cabin president essentially rather than having a political dynasty. Or anything like that nowadays. You know that's just like almost not a possibility for somebody. it's i mean. It does happen rarely. But i mean yeah. It's really a tough thing to make..

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COVID Vaccine Appointments at United Center Open to 4 Additional Chicago ZIP Codes

Eye on Travel

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

COVID Vaccine Appointments at United Center Open to 4 Additional Chicago ZIP Codes

"Or six Oh 6 to 46 Oh 64464651 in 60653 against six Oh 6 to 44451 and 53 Blocks have appointments at the United Center has been set aside for pills in Chatham, Auburn, Gresham, West and East Garfield Park, Austin, South Shore and Humble Park. $1400 federal pavements have started to be deposited into millions of people's bank accounts. Just one facet of the massive release

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Ride-share driver beaten, carjacked in Chicago after asking passengers not to eat in vehicle

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Ride-share driver beaten, carjacked in Chicago after asking passengers not to eat in vehicle

"Rideshare driver was beaten and carjacked on the south side Wednesday night after police say he asked his passengers not to eat in his car. The 56 year old driver brought the two passengers to a fast food spot in the 200 block of West Garfield Boulevard around 9 15 last night. That's when the passengers began eating inside the car. The driver, telling them that wasn't allowed, so the passengers started punching the driver who exited the vehicle. Passengers continue to attack the man before they jumped into the car and drove off. Driver suffered minor injuries. No one is in

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Lyft driver shot during carjacking in Chicago's West Garfield Park

Bob Sirott

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Lyft driver shot during carjacking in Chicago's West Garfield Park

"Say. A 48 year old lift driver dropped off a writer than the writer, pulled a gun and tried to take the lift driver's black Dodge Charger. The driver was shot in the chest. Sam Jones. WGN News. Marijuana Sales hit another record high last month. The Sun Times reports that dispensary sold nearly $2.9 million worth of pot every day in February.

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Chicago ride-share driver shot during carjacking in West Garfield Park

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago ride-share driver shot during carjacking in West Garfield Park

"In. Rideshare driver is in serious condition after he was shot during an attempted Carjacking in West Garfield Park this afternoon. Police say it happened around 1:30 P.m. on the 4200 block of West Maple, a 48 year old Rideshare driver was dropping off a passenger. And they shot him during an attempt to take his car and driver was found in his vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest and was transported in serious condition. It's unknown if the suspect is in

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Ride-share driver shot during carjacking in Chicago

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Ride-share driver shot during carjacking in Chicago

"Is in serious condition after he was shot by his passenger during an attempted Carjacking in West Garfield Park this afternoon. Lisa had happened around 1:30 P.m. on the 4200 block of West Maypole. Ah, 48 year old Rideshare driver was dropping off a passenger when they shot him during an attempt to take his car. The driver was found in his vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. It was transported in serious condition. It's unknown if the suspect is in custody at this time, but we'll bring you more details as they become available. Carjackings

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Examining the media coverage of the Trump investigation

On The Media

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Examining the media coverage of the Trump investigation

"Is the media midweek. Podcast i'm bob garfield and it was a tough monday morning for one guy. Been waiting on this decision since the middle of october and now the middle of february. We're finally getting this decision from the supreme court they are saying that the manhattan district attorney cy. Vance can in fact get to former president. Donald trump's tax returns. This is something that has been playing out in the courts for more than a year. Now that there is an oldie but a goodie the intriguing prospect of an allegedly rule breaking tax dodging constitution shredding president on riled prosecutors and fulton county georgia have launched a criminal investigation into former president. Trump's january phone call with the georgia secretary of state where he told secretary reference burger to quote fine. Vote lean. while new york's attorney general is investigating whether or not the trump organization misled investors by inflating assets. We should probably expect that. There will be charges filed against him that he will be indicted on. This case will probably go to trial. I think there's an excellent chance that he will be found guilty and if he is found guilty. There's an excellent chance he'll wind up in prison. Yeah not so fast. Late last year in the new york review writer lawyer and former federal prosecutor uncooked kadoorie reviewed the various arguments including his own ford. The prosecution of donald trump elsewhere he had characterized such as quote insane among his critics. One too many former prosecutors himself included represented in the commentariat to too few defense attorneys. Who know how to find holes in any complex case and three as he told brooke in december. No one is willing to say. We just can't know. I guess it's not a great way to get twitter. Followers or cable news hits but it just fundamentally true. There are lots of things we don't know and facts could change. And you know it's very rare that anyone saying that which brings us back to august. Virus vans says painter last year to door shebang as part of its investigation into president. Trump's business dealings time says. The bank complied with that subpoena. When that news broke a lot of people were strongly suggesting there might be a bank fraud case. What the manhattan. Da is looking at here is overstating the value of your assets to get loans understating the value of your assets when it comes tax time that kind of thing is straightforward textbook fraud. It's much easier for prosecutors to prove those kind of charges. Well just compare the two and then you know. He's in huge trouble. If they're not the same a bunch of people were. This is not just a bunch of people but a bunch of prominent former prosecutors with significant followings on twitter and cable news contributor gigs i was just really taken aback because i founded the fundamentally very misleading basically said. The speculation was insane. That you've done this at doj and it's simply not how fraud investigations are conducted. That is the word used in the wall street journal insane in particular about the suggestion that had been made by former acting solicitor. General under obama. And you'll cut. You'll i think it's totally possible for all of this to come out before the twenty twenty election in terms of new york's prosecutors getting this information on in acting on it and so that was really surprising to be coming from someone who is at least supposed to know better. According to convicted trump lawyer michael cohen trump inflated his assets when it was opportunities so deflated them when that was profitable. And if cohen is right. Doesn't that mean that a prosecutor could just compare one accounting book with another. Find the mismatch numbers. And you know it's over. No i mean. It's a very reasonable supposition. But when you're investing financial fraud case the fact that some documents some numbers may differ from one set to another is often. Just the start of a case you have to figure out why they differ doesn't matter why they differ who prepared them if their lawyers accountants and auditors involved. What did they have to say about. The relevant figures trump did not have a huge business. Right this is something. That i think david farrell hold at the post has been very good at illustrating for the public. Ns fairly small organization but that organization still had lawyers had an accountant. That is going to substantiate complicate any investigation if the lawyers overstepped and they can't prove that this was a conspiracy with which trump was involved. Then he's not liable that's correct. We don't even really know what trump's involvement was in the preparation of any of these figures that would be the crucial question. You'd want emails if they exist and of course he notoriously email. You'd want to know whether he had spoken to people and provided with them potentially with oral instructions now in the case of cohen. That is what he says right. That trump instructed people to falsify these figures but he's not a great witness is not a great witness at all. So you would want people to corroborate that you'd want much more than michael cohen. Ideally

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2 Everett cold weather shelters at capacity as snow moves in, city of Seattle opens two more

News, Traffic and Weather

01:25 min | 2 years ago

2 Everett cold weather shelters at capacity as snow moves in, city of Seattle opens two more

"And snow homeless shelters is Snohomish County are quickly filling up. And Cuomo's Jonathan chose is Jeremiah Swartz of the effort. Gospel Mission says these locations were already struggling with limited space because of covert 19 restrictions Covert and the cold. It's quite a challenging combination and locations like the Gospel mission are starting to fill up and people may have to be turned away in this difficult realities. Playing out across the city, the Salvation Army says mattresses are being rolled up with the shelters near capacity and the United Church of Christ shelter. It's already full and the only reason the ever gospel mission as a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside And the temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow area is set up at the Sky Valley Cold weather shelter in Monroe. And any homeless provider covering the cost of a cab to get there will be reimbursed. City of Seattle has opened two additional cold weather shelters through Monday morning. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Bitter Lake Community Center and Garfield Community Center will be open with a list of more cold weather shelters on our website. Look for the winter Weather Survival guide on our home page it. Cuomo news dot com. State's

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"garfield" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"garfield" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"I noticed that looking at the screen. Chas i was like Bought paul really. Isn't selling it with this love and rockets compared to some of the others of but now that you say that like this every every snapshot that you've got in this in these screenshots that you have here definitely like makes me feel like i've i've been to this place i've been i've seen this band. I've mended this show where it's kind of like a dive bar place and people you know there is a raised stage with the people are press right up against it like just that cover of love and rockets twenty four would like the people leaning on the stage like you. Don't get that at like a big venue. Get that at like a dingy basement or like the guitarist is literally like seven inches away from the ceiling. Because the places like underneath the coffee shop or something like that I really loved the look at that thing. It definitely feels like a image of its time because the people look like they're from the eighties and early nineties. But yeah i. I definitely feel i understand the aesthetic of what what he was going. Forward these versus the energy of the others right like even looking at you know again. Scott pilgrim or. I have like a screenshot from umbrella academy in here as well like they're trying to portray the energy of the music versus a moment in time which i think is what love and rockets is definitely during. Yeah yeah and like i say. No high may played in a punk band. He did Gig posters for the the la punk bands so he so tuned into what that looks like they. You know it's it's so realistic. Have having a background in that music. Unlimited sounds like he's conveying perfectly just from those single images so i think similar example. I dropped in here. Was from mike. Allred's david bowie biography. Bowie stardust reagan's in moon age daydreams. It's a similar thing where mike already has a history of music. He's done music based comics. Before all the instruments look period. Correct the close of period correct. It looks like a photo of the band playing. And that says for misa to what's looking for for some i'm not gonna be able to say it versus military similitude thank you. It's one of my favorite teenage fan club songs for similitude anyway. The helps in that sense again. Because i know david bowie's music and i know what that sounds like just based on the way he's doing it so he doesn't need to abstract too much he does later on in the book beside the early images is like you hear that mid sixties british pop band right on the page just by looking at the way it's drawn so those are some counter examples again. These examples can help with music. Sounds like in the first place. But i still think they're effective examples of showing how to portray that through a comic. Yeah because you like. Even if you're only getting snippets of this like there is an energy that just that those images by themselves can portray on without trying to show off like the energy coming out of the voice or coming out of the microphone The instrument like some of the other place are some of the other examples that we have our curious. Curious fall interesting. I would be remiss if i did not take this opportunity to mention of course josie and the pussycats and the arches concepts thank you..

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