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interview With Geoffrey Tate Of Flex Logics
"So jeffer-. I wanna start off with certain difference between doing business with the data center versus doing business at the edge. I know that the hardware you folks are working on. Is you know what i think. Most people think hardware. They think about the big rack sitting somewhere in the data center the edges different the edges. New it's its burgeoning. How do you define the edge when you talk to people. Because i think people always think about those racks but it's clearly a blooming ecosystem. Yeah well azusa terms of different people defined differently but where we basically look at businesses any system. Outside of the data center there can be things like cellphones stations in verizon stations that are kind of in between what we're looking at your robots this. He'll cars field ultrasound systems in the field. So these are systems that are separated in well removed from today's yet. Okay and and obviously pretty wide. Berth as to what that could be almost any industry this this could be applied retail. You've got cameras energy you've got i don't know some some big turbine out there. You know generating some power killing in occasional bird. You know it's pretty pretty vast swath of of what what can imply does that. Broad world of edge cluster. In any interesting ways. I think industry would be one that makes sense. Maybe you can talk a bit about that but we also use case what you see edge sort of us for a certain way tammy how do you think about this whole new space. Those of us at home. it's it's sort of. It's new it's novel but how we want to break it up. Well we're just touching the top of the iceberg so we've engaged with a lot of customers see a lot martin's segments and they have different potential sizes so one obvious one is countered. There's cameras all over the place. You mentioned walmart's wells fargo's there's cameras today wired into servers in the back offices of these places and serve servers not in the data center and right now those cameras us recording video in case somebody shoplift something that got her the tape. Now they can add inference start tracking their stores checking buying behavior along the lines along the take to get through the lines things like that. So that's an application where you need object detection and recognition similarly when you're talking about robots robots moving around into distribution for a warehouse. They need to know you know what. Say iraq to put things on. What's the what's the person to make sure you don't get them. Yeah so you're detecting. You're recognizing them taking action appropriately. Same thing happens with cars so those are all object detection recognition models like yolo the three which do an excellent job of doing that. Which are people are flying now and we see medical imaging and there's many types of limiting there's crazy. Mri machines are much less expensive or numerous ultrasound. Machines x-ray cd stamps and stuff in between so there with the people are using models for his more specialized object detection recognition typically. You're standing your knee. It's stuck in there. It's not moving but you're looking to detect some anomalies in the x ray on the ultrasound. South is the baby. Ok is the got busted acl. So it's helping. The radiologist do occur. Job of diagnosing powell. That's what those kinds of models need to be doing. Things like Scientists gamma joining or life sciences. And they are in many cases what they're doing is looking to clean up images using network approaches through extraneous information clarify the. Which if you've ever seen like an ultra sounds like i just recently hasn't surgery. The doctors were trying to find a vein of the my shoulder. I can see the ultrasound. They were looking at a teaching hospital. And i couldn't tell what they said when they when they started a doctor they couldn't tell was on either but eventually they figured it out so these ultrasounds are hard to make out in. Computers can make better judgments which results in better outcomes says. A wide range of applications are seeing for inference models. I think we're just scratching. The surface gets more powerful and cheaper is going to go into more more more systems.
The Walther PPK, the classic spy gun that changed the game
"Let's start off with one of the iconic pieces of technology. That james bond depends upon in practically every movie that's different from the novel series and the movie series but in the movies. He has a sidearm. The the vaulter or walter. Pk which is the one he carries. In most of the movies there is a point where he switches from the pk to the p ninety nine that would be in the movie tomorrow never dies and from there all the way through to casino royale. That's what he's using. But then it goes back to the p k. Now stands for police pistol detective model and you might think. Well where does the k. Come from it comes from the german word. Which is oh. Let's try this police. The police pistol criminal model. Oh boy i know. I butchered that one. Probably doing it better than i would. And and in german it is in fact pronounce vaulter. Yes yes yes. But in british and american where we say walter. It is spelled w. a. l. t. h. e. r. But the germans do not have a thaw sound. It's a it's a hard t or a d sometimes depending on what germany but at any rate so this is a very small gun which makes sense. It has to be concealable right. So it's a small gun. It's semi automatic. It's double action. It's pretty reliable. Yeah it's a often used in various law enforcement agencies throughout all of europe both the the Pdk and the p. ninety nine were and so it's one of those that you find all over the place in europe so made sets and in fact In the novels. I think he has a beretta. Originally in the first few novels he was carrying a beretta until a fan named joffrey are geoffrey boothroyd. I've clearly been watching. too much. Game of thrones wrote in recommended more appropriate weapons in nineteen fifty-six and fleming went in and made the switch and then furthermore honor jeffrey by naming q. After the character of cue up through Through the point when the original actor passed away. I was named them major. Both also you know in in the casino royal movie casino. Royale movie with Daniel craig the jumping way ahead but in that film. Apparently he is convinced to hand over his beretta to trade. Up to the vaulter cute. I don't remember that. Because i've more or less blocked that foam from my mind. I have not seen it.
Newly released bodycam video shows Nashville bombing aftermath
"Nashville. About four days after that devastating Christmas morning bombing, residents and business owners were allowed back inside that heavily damaged neighborhood today. CBS News correspondent Malo Lengua National Police Body Cam footage released late last night shows the dramatic aftermath of the Christmas Day blast. That's all right. No, I guess E O. Okay. Your car today. Some of those evacuees were escorted back to the scene to survey the damage and travel the same time, including know Ellen Geoffrey Rasmussen, who shot this video to go back and See your kids. Now What do you tell them? E really been struggling with what? To tell my four year old. It was a really striking picture of our window blown out and on our Christmas tree still standing that FBI and 80 F response teams continue to recover evidence that the bomb scene hoping to figure out why 63 year old Anthony Warner Blew up his RV.
Who Was Thomas Becket?
"Thomas becket yes okay. Born around eleven twenty and died in eleven seventy. he's also known as saint thomas of canterbury or Sometimes who refer to him as thomas a becket. Okay yeah anyway. So thomas becket. He is venerated as a saint and martyr by both the catholic church and the anglican church He engaged in conflict with henry. The second king of england over the rights and privileges of the church and at one point excommunicated the archbishop of york so tough rain away to france for a bit under the protection of king. Louis the seventh of france but then he returned in eleven seventy two england so henry second in england said something to the effect of like ugh. This guy is driving me. Four of his knights interpreted this as a command to go. Get rid of thomas becket So on december twenty ninth seventy reginald fitz ertz huge morville william to tracy and richard le breton showed up at canterbury cathedral. According to accounts left by the monk jer vase of canterbury and i witnessed named edward grim. The knights placed their weapons under a tree outside the cathedral and hid their chainmail armor on your cloaks before entering the cathedral to challenge becket priest the night. He's hold beckett. They were taking him to winchester england to give count of all of his actions and kind of like hold him accountable in front of people but becket refused so the four nights retrieved their weapons and rushed back inside the cathedral. Oh my god. I beckett proceeded to the main hall for evening prayers and the other monks tried to like themselves into different parts of the joe for get said to them. It is not right to make a fortress out of the house of prayer in order them to reopen the doors so the four nights wielding they're drawn swords ran into the room saying like thomas becket. He's a traitor. To the king the knights found beckett in his spot near the door of the monastic cloister the stairs into the crypt and the stairs leading up to the choir of the cathedral where the monks were all. They're like still saying their prayers. Like oh no right. There's just four guys having running in with okay upon seeing them becca. I am no traitor. And i'm ready to die so Edward grandma eyewitness. He wrote a very extensive account of exactly what happened. I will save you all the details. Let's just say that for nights wielding swords kill the priest in canterbury cathedral. That's terrible so soon. After his death the faithful throughout europe european venerating beckett as a murder in february eleven seventy three which was just a little more than two years after his death. He was canonized by pope. Alexander the third and so sure typically like canonization of saints takes lake decades. Yeah stuff happened so the fact that this happened so quickly was kind of saying that. This guy was a big deal. So related trivia. Facts about thomas becket. Geoffrey chaucer's the canterbury tales. Ninety two is set in a company of pilgrims on their way from southern to the shrine of saint. Thomas becket in canterbury cathedral. Okay never made that connection no me neither ever okay So the schreiner was built between eleven eighty and twelve twenty and up to one hundred thousand. Pilgrims would have visited the shrine every year for more than three hundred years. That's my gosh locked. Yes it was adorned in marble gold and jewels and murdered saints. Tombs was one of unparalleled splendor in fifteen thirty eight. during the reformation. The shrine was destroyed following the orders of henry. The eighth who definitely be talking about in a little bit more twenty. Twenty researchers digitally reconstructed the raised sanctuary and available to view on the beckett story online and we'll share linked to that because it's really interesting how they did that. They took This thing had been such a big deal for more than three hundred years. And then it was raised more than four hundred and fifty plus years ago at this point and so they took accounts that the pilgrims had made that other monks had made in in digitally recreated which is pretty up and also modern works based on the story of thomas becket include. Tes elliott's nineteen thirty. Five play murder in the cathedral later adapted the opera assassination cutter. Dry ill the brando pizza'd in nine hundred fifty eight. You did that. Can i tell you flawlessly Also nineteen fifty-nine play by John we called beckett which was made into a movie with the same title and paul. Webb's play four nights in nair's borough which was written in one thousand nine hundred nine which recounts the aftermath of the murder of thomas becket by the four nights who made the worst career choice in history. Yeah that's goes without saying well if you don't if all of these facts don't stick in your head. Look at the name k. e. t. the cane. His name is right in the middle. And if you look at it. It looks like four blades. Good the name so four blades. Stuck together by the four to killed him in canterbury. That's thomas becket.
The Years (plural) Without A Christmas
"Of christmas it is indulgence. Christmas has long been time to break out the good booze and gorge yourself on sweet desserts made with expensive imported spices. To say nothing of the gift giving you know who didn't like all of those things oliver cromwell when he and his puritan forces took over england in sixteen forty five. They vowed to do away with decadence and went full. Alan rickman sheriff of nottingham and cancelled. Christmas shops were ordered to stay open on december. Twenty fifth and soldiers patrolled the streets with orders to seize any and all food. They found being prepared for a feast. It would take no less than restoring a king to the throne in this case. Charles the second to get christmas back. Puritans weren't exclusive to their native england and a bunch of them thought the spoiled beauty of the new world could really use some severe self-denial the puritans we refer to as pilgrims and about whom many myths were dispelled in. Our recent thanksgiving episode were even more orthodox in their puritanism than cromwell bonus fact that parallels the split between the amish and the mennonites. The amish broke off because the mennonites weren't strict enough since the puritans were among the first europeans to establish themselves in what would become america celebrating. Christmas was not a thing. It wasn't simply that they didn't celebrate it themselves. They didn't want anyone to celebrate the holiday. They had dubbed fools tied as an england shops and schools were expected to be open though. Interestingly churches were ordered to be closed on christmas one of the two days a year when even the laziest christian can be bothered to turn up. It was more than the frivolity and gluttony that they minded they viewed it as not properly christian. Puritans followed the bible very strictly. If something wasn't in the bible like taking any day for rest other than a sunday it might as well have come straight from the devil that would include the idea of resting on the day that jesus was born but since the bible also doesn't specify what day that is no big loss s historian stephen this inbound explains puritans were fond of saying that if god had intended for the anniversary of the city to be observed he would surely have given some indication as to when that anniversary occurred. The date of december twenty fifth wasn't officially the mass of christ until the fourth century. When pope julius the first subsumed the roman festival of saturnalia into a christian celebration. Which gave us some of our most enduring traditions like holly in candles. Puritans were also not keen on the papacy so they didn't care if it was official for twenty two years from sixteen fifty nine to sixteen eighty one. The celebration of christmas was actually outlawed. In the massachusetts bay colony the law went into effect one year after the brits had gotten their christmas restored by well the restoration the laws stated that in order to prevent disorders to the great dishonour of god and offensive others. Anyone found celebrating the holiday. Either by forbearing of labor feasting or any other way would be find a hefty five shillings on one christmas day. Plymouth governor william bradford noticed some people playing an old equivalent of baseball and ordered them all to get back to work. Now would be an appropriate time. If i make an aside and i may because it's my show to remind people that religious freedom is when you say that's against my religion. I can't do it but religious freedom does not mean that's against my religion. You can't do it. Even after the ban on christmas was repealed in sixteen. Eighty one staunch puritans still fought against christmas celebrations for decades in sixteen eighty six. The newly appointed governor of the dominion of new england closed shops on christmas day and sponsored a holiday service. This idea was unpopular enough with enough people. That soldiers had to accompany the governor to church. Those sorts of protests of christmas would continue but their focus would shift from celebrating at all to the way in which it was celebrated and what a way it was. We aren't talking about a family sing. Song and three helpings of pie or even old timey whistling colonial celebrations of christmas looked more like mardi gras mashed with halloween. If it took place during spring break drunken revellers take to the streets wearing scary masks or dressed like animals singing boisterously and demanding food drink and money under threat of violence ad in the ancient pagan roots of those practices. And we see that. The puritans had quite a lot to get their noses out of joint about boston minister. Cotton mather preached to his congregation more than thirty years. After the law's repeal the feast of christ's nativity is spent in reveling dicing carding masking. And in all licentious liberty by mad mirth by long eating by hard-drinking i- lewd gaming await. Those are meant to be bad things. After the american revolution or the kerfuffle of ungrateful colonials as the british call at surreal thing. You don't have to google it. Just trust me. English customs fell out of favor and since celebrating. Christmas had come over from england. It began to peter out to. It wasn't even declared a federal holiday until after the civil war in eighteen seventy. It was around that time that americans. Reinvented christmas and it changed from a raucous pagan carnival. Holiday into a family centered. Day of nostalgia nostalgia used to be considered a mental illness by the way. But that's a story for another day. So why the shift. The early nineteenth century was a period of class conflict high employment and of rioting by the lower classes that tended to come to a head around christmastime one such christmas riot in eighteen twenty eight moved the newark city council to institute. The city's first police force in response. This motivated certain members of the upper class to change the way. People viewed christmas literary figures like washington irving the man who helped co defy the until recently launched view of christopher columbus in eighteen nineteen. Urban wrote the sketch book of geoffrey crayon gent a series of stories about the celebration of christmas in an english manor house wherein the rich person invites pour into his home and the two classes of people get along swimmingly and celebrate with quote ancient customs. As nice as that is it's worth noting that the details of the books revelry don't parallel any celebration. We know of irving actually attending and seems to have been completely imagined. It's the season of giving and you
"geoffrey" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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Quibi shuts down after six months
"Between the idea being less than perfect, which we We own and the environment we found ourselves in is where the fail has come. That's Jeffrey Katzenberg, founder of Quick Be in an interview with CNBC yesterday morning, and this is after the announcement that Quimby after a mere six months as a streaming service is shutting down and this is an idea that many people were skeptical about from the jump. Jeffrey Katzenberg and his co founder, Meg Whitman, raised a lot of money, $1.75 billion, and yet people didn't think it would work. And when Jeffrey Katzenberg says, as he does repeatedly, we don't know what went wrong. I think a lot of people in Hollywood Matt think they do know what went wrong. Yeah, this is a case where the critics ended up being right because most people from the beginning said What is new about this idea? You are attempting to create a market for premium short form. And that people would pay for on their phones when the market wasn't exactly screaming for this idea, Geoffrey thought that high end star driven vehicles would work on phones when most people are perfectly happy looking at TIC tac, or snap or YouTube or watching premium content on places like Netflix or HBO, Max on your phone. It wasn't exclusive. It wasn't original, and ultimately it failed. Well, I would say it was original idea, but unfortunately, it was an original idea that no one asked for five minutes. 10 minute increments says this programming was offered in. I don't know that many people who just wanna watch five and 10 minute things. I mean, especially as you say, in the world of Tic Tac and Sam and YouTube is available again, and it's not premium content. People don't seem to even at this point have an interest in that The hypothesis is that they would, but they clearly didn't And it was a very cluttered market. Anyway, they decided to go ahead during the pandemic. Now, you know, they are saying Is this a reason why it didn't work Was it of the wrong time, and people did complain that they leased in the early going? They couldn't watch this stuff on their TV. They also couldn't share it on social media, So there were a lot of issues there. But the fact is, I don't really think the pandemic has anything to do with it. I think it was an idea failed because people are not wanting to pay. You know, they're they're slowly coming to pay for other streamers. They wouldn't want to play for five and 10 minutes stuff and none of it. Most of all, I think, really sealing the doom. Nothing broke through. I can't think of anything that people chattered about. That was a must watch on quicky. No. In a lot of the time that, Katzenberg said people would be watching this stuff was going to be spent that doctor's offices are on the bus or commuting things that did grind to a halt during the pandemic. So was not an ideal time to launch. This certainly didn't help. But It didn't fix the ultimate problem here, which was that it was filling a market that did not exist. Now. It doesn't mean that down the road, someone won't figure out short form premium content. My opinion is, it will likely be an existing streaming service like snap or YouTube or one of the others that figures out how to get people to pay for this kind of short form content by launching from scratch, declaring that you are going to reinvent The entire content universe raising $1.75 billion from a bunch of traditional Hollywood oriented cos That's a challenge.
Epstein's ex denied seeing "inappropriate underage activities"
"Former companion made public today on order from the court. Hiring is one of my functions going, Maxwell said of her role with Jeffrey Epstein. But she denied recruiting underage girls to give him sexualized massages. I never saw any inappropriate underage activities with Geoffrey ever, Maxwell said. Federal prosecutors have accused her of committing curd Gery and of enabling Epstein's alleged sex trafficking of minors. She has pleaded not guilty, and in the deposition, she repeatedly denied any suggestion of wrongdoing. Asked why she's stuck with Epstein after he became a registered sex offender in 2008, Maxwell said. I'm a very loyal person. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New YORK West Coast judge
Sell Me Your Climate Bombs
"Okay. So there are countless outdated old refrigerant tanks scattered around the country and Tim and Gabe say that the problem is you cannot just dump these tanks in the trash you wanted to take it to a dump, their knocking ticket they'll say, no, no that stuff's like hazardous material we don't want here. Material. The only thing you're allowed to dump, there is the empty tank when it's all gone. So you're really stuck it sits there on your shelf you have no use for and it's eventually going to leak through these cylinders cans into the atmosphere. If you're a professional like an auto mechanic or an H. back installer or if you're just one of those tinkers who hangs out at autozone, you might have one of these bad band canisters and. You could pay to safely dump the chemical out, but only a few places in the US will even do it and it's expensive. That's why they're canisters of this stuff just sitting in old garages rusting away and leaking leaking a greenhouse gas that is thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide and getting rid of refrigerant is one of the most important things we can do to address climate change according to a leading climate solutions organization called drawdown. which is why Tim, and Gabe have come all the way to the gas station in middle of Nowhere Illinois to meet a man in a red jeep renegade named Geoffrey. Geoffrey. Geoffrey is standing next to a two foot tall canister refrigerant that people might recognize by its common name Freon. Jim In fact recognizes the brand name Dupont igloo. So what does this is? igloo Freon twelve. So where did you What did you find the material? Jeffrey says a friend gave it to him years ago Kim asks him if he was in the Business Jeffrey no but my friend was he said he got the refrigerant because he figured maybe he'd use it in the systems of antique cars that he was thinking about rebuilding, but he never got around to it. Nineteen years. Business on shelf shop. How did you hear US oft up on my facebook one day At this out of the blue, a facebook ad popped up that said, we pay good money for old refrigerant Jeffrey. I have some of that answered the Ad, and now here we are Tim and Gabe take a sample from Geoffrey. They do a couple of calculations where they add up the weight of all the refrigerant and have Geoffrey signs informs you're signing here that your. This is your material. Now you're handing over to us. You're also a test saying that it was sourced within the United States and not the US government or a native American tribe. Correct correct. Okay. And then gables out a wad of bills and starts flowing them one by one into Jeffrey's hand. Material. So. Shop. The Money. Except for the signing of the receipt and everything, it feels almost like a drug deal cash transaction in this dusty remote middle of nowhere. Tim wouldn't tell US exactly how much changed hands but he said it was in the low hundreds and yet this is Tim Gabes legitimate business. Their company is called trade water and they make pickups like this of all sizes from a one pound can the size of a spray paint bottle tweet forty, thousand pound job they did a while back where they vacuumed the refrigerant out of an old industrial cooling system after a bit of Chitchat Tim and Gabe wrap up with Geoffrey Geoffrey tells them. If he hears anyone else with spare refrigerants, he'll send them their way. Right on. Jeffrey how is that? That was painless was. Is If you find anymore you know where to call welcome you John Here In Europe somebody's got one of the. Transaction. Takes care. Did you hear that Tim just said we'll take good care of it for you. Yeah. Well, me and my how to Save Planet Co host we're listening in on this deal. Of course, we're on facetime with them and my co host name is Hannah Elizabeth Johnson. She's a scientist and she and I asked him and Gabe about that particular comment and you said we'll take good care of this for you. Because you you aren't GonNa take good care of it. You'RE GONNA destroyed. Exactly. Probably not We, don't really. We don't really talk about that very much. Yeah. They transfer all the gas from the little tank they collect into a huge tank that looks kind of like a missile and then they drive that missile looking tank to a fancy destruction facility. Essentially, an incinerator permited hazardous waste. Rotary, King Incinerator. So you burn it we burn you burn. Your like setting it on fire and we are. Do you see gas in flames? Is that what it looks like? We don't generally watch it being burned. View, it's see to their view window flame. Yeah. A big bright flame incinerating refrigerants at this special facility actually neutralizes most of the dangerous stuff ninety, nine, point, nine, nine percent of the bad stuff doesn't go out into the atmosphere time bomb diffused, which if you're trying to address global warming, this is a fantastic thing right after all this is Tim and Gabes mission. So, why don't they tell their customers about it? Well Gabe says, their customers aren't always on board with that mission. In fact, a lot of them don't even believe global warming is real. This is A. Farce that's been pulled by the EPA or a U.. N. and so people will hang up and say I'm not going to sell to you. I'm GonNa find someone else who's GonNa use this the way it was meant to be used. Now some people are really attached to their to their refrigerant. So now generally. Advertised we're gonNA destroy because we just never know somebody that will make people uninterested in the deal. That's interesting because it seems like. Is My co host I oughta it's all over your website, right? Like your website makes it pretty clear why you're doing this and if people are finding you through facebook ads they. Already know are you on the trade water website? Yeah. So. When we do these transactions, we actually use a different name doing business. Call refrigerant finders. Go to refrigerant finders website. You will see a different framing of what we do. The homepage of the treated water website has the words reducing the world's carbon footprint in big letters huge font over background of leafy Green Fernley. The refrigerant find a website there no leaves there's no mention of climate change. It just says we buy your old refrigerant and has pictures of men in work boots carrying around rest canisters.
Details emerge after woman found alive in body bag at funeral home
"An attorney for the family of a young woman found breathing that of Detroit funeral home after being declared dead, says the 20 year old was in a body bag for some two hours before it was open, and she was discovered to be alive. Geoffrey Feiger, hired by to Misha Bull Shams family said. The Southfield woman is hospitalized in critical condition and is on a respirator.
Details emerge after woman found alive in body bag at funeral home
"An attorney for the family of a young woman found breathing in Detroit funeral home after being declared dead, says the 20 year old was in a body bag for some two hours before it was open, and she was discovered to be alive. Geoffrey Feiger, hired by to Misha Bull Shams family said. The Southfield woman is hospitalized in critical condition and is on a respirator.
Jay-Z and Pharrell Team up for New Song 'Entrepreneur'
"Called entrepreneur with a video that showcases the number of black entrepreneurs who overcame obstacles, including Systemic disadvantage. Song was released in conjunction with Time magazine cover story curated by Williams, which includes conversations with Angela Davis, Tyler, the creator, Naomi Osaka, Geoffrey Canada and others about howto array systemic inequalities in this country.
"geoffrey" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"With her mouth closed, even radio. So you need the number to the advocates right in your pocket, because when you get into a car accident and could be really scary, and you don't know what to do, But if you have this number, you're going to feel safe Promise to 651235 Or you could go to advocates law. My own. Maybe. I'm going to do it. You don't even have you can tell me on just baby. Judge me clearly. So Don't judge me. All right. We're 60 seconds from your shot Caller. Question of the day. It's broken Geoffrey in the morning, and it's no secret. Many industries. They're suffering right now. Because of the pandemic. That's not a secret. As of last week, the restaurant industry's lost over $120 billion since March. So sad. I mean, you feel like you're ordering so much takeout, but we just can't keep up with it. I mean, look at Americans ordering $120 billion Hours worth of food that we've just missed out on. Over 16,000 restaurants have had to close permanently so sad. Also, one of the largest concert promoters just reported a 98% loss in revenue. Wait. How.
Chicago - Four East Central Illinois Men Charged with Trafficking Child Pornography
"Manner charge was separate and unrelated cases of trafficking in child pornography. 39 year old Christopher Bailey and 27 year old Tyler Geoffrey of Decatur are both registered sex offenders charged with trafficking. Child pornography to other defendants include 25 year old William Armstrong and 55 year old Wayne White of Rantoul. All four cases are unrelated, but we're brought up as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to come That child sexual exploitation and abuse launched by the Department of Justice. All four currently remain in custody. Rachel
Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Is Back In Federal Prison
"Cohen, is back in custody for violating the terms of his covert related released daily News reporting, Cohen refused a man to not publish a book book on on the the president. president. His His attorney, attorney, Geoffrey Geoffrey Levin, Levin, says says he's he's reached reached out out to to the the Federal Federal Bureau Bureau of of Prisons. Prisons. But But every every minute minute that that we're we're waiting waiting he he in in a a compromised compromised state, state, which which is is why why he he got got released released under under covert covert 19. 19. And And the the cares cares act. act. Is Is now now at at risk risk again. again. Going Going was was also also photographed photographed Eating Eating at at a a Manhattan Manhattan restaurant. restaurant. President President Trump says his
Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement
"Personal attorney, Michael Cohen, is back in custody for violating the terms of scope and related release. His attorney, Geoffrey Levin, outside the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, says he's reached out to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. But every minute that we're waiting he in a compromised state, which is why he got released under covert 19. And the cares act is now at risk again going was allowed to leave the federal prison in May because of concerns over Corona virus outbreak and allowed to serve the remainder of his sentence at home. He was also photographed eating at a Manhattan restaurant. Bob
Geoffrey Berman, U.S. attorney fired by Trump, twice refused to resign
"US attorney leading investigations into President Trump's ally says Attorney General William Barr pressured him to resign. Geoffrey Berman, the former federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York Is testifying behind closed doors before the House Judiciary Committee. Berman says he told bar he was not interested in leaving his position. The committee is probing whether the Justice Department has become politicized.
"geoffrey" Discussed on CharVision
"Yeah. Okay. Just make sure that there that they use the hand sanitizer extra careful. I Know there's surge coming right now in ending. It's also obvious if you turn on the TV. You know or read the newspaper there. The media is talking about. How it's, it's. It's starting to get out of hand again. In. especially young people are more prone to it as well so. Just. Make sure they wear their mass in our intake care themselves. Do you live far away from them? No you live near them. Yeah. So, maybe you can help them out or maybe they can order their groceries. I think who's WHO's like. Is Your Dad the one who doesn't WanNA leave a who does is the one that doesn't want to stay in the house, or is it your mom? Somebody doesn't like they get Eban Fever. As my mom. Yes, she's got too much cabin fever. She's gotTa. Be More careful. Okay. WHO's. E. L.. I don't year L.. Deceased Eero do you? Or is there another a m? Is your grandmother in Aaron them or My my grandmother name was Yeah, it was her first name was in a in her middle name was an M. my daughter's name is also an Amazon. Was it like Ann Marie or A N? her. First name was A. M. A. A N M. Yeah, and then her middle. Name. Yeah. Yeah, she's here. Your Grandma's spirit is here. And they're also telling me about Joseph or Jay. Or James I duNNO J. I don't know that. I don't either. I. Don't know anybody with. Could be chiller team maybe connected to your. Dad's family or your mom's have sir. That's okay, so you're not but Amelia's here with. Watching over? Your family. Did you, did you? Did you, did you? You knew her again. Yes, I did yeah, yeah, because I feel I'm seeing a little girl. Wise somebody's got an. Apron I I don't do apron time. No my mom did oh. Okay mom did. Yeah. She was always cooking. New were always in the kitchen with your mom. Yes. Yeah And they're showing me a bird. Or A dog. Did. You have a dog when you grew out. Yeah. I think that the dog is here. I had lots of dogs. Like either a black and white or Tannin White Dog. I don't know I don't know there's there's a dog here with A. That was your mom's dog or it was your brown in way around suspect, white or something? We did have a like a brown and white dog for a while. That was my brothers. Yeah, maybe that's what I'm seeing. anyway Just. Be Safe in in. Make sure they're safe, okay? All right, thank you. Yeah, thank you so much for calling. I appreciate you watching. Thank you, Mike Leisure well everybody It's time for us to. Say Goodbye for now, but I'll be back here next Friday and You know I was thinking. You know we're going through so much stress right now. thinking. If, you get. You can get my shockers CD in. You can actually get it on I tunes if you're stressed in going through a hard time now which we all are because of the covert thing getting cabin fever. This really is healing. If I do say so myself I. I had someone compose music for me to bounce shockers in each one of seven major energy centers in our shockers in each one resonates with a musical now. Color and I take you through the steps of it so. You can get it on itunes and I. WanNa, thank everybody who's been calling in for readings. I'm getting everybody, and as quickly as I can I appreciate your support and I love meeting and talking to you intimately on facetime or Or the phone or skype it's it's really it's really comforting to me to connect with all you guys, so thank you so much for for being here in in also thanked. Jeffrey Feiger who. I wasn't sure what was going to say about me from growing up for most days. He was gentleman. Anyway take good care of yourself in where you're where you're mass j. six feet away from each other this. This virus isn't going away anytime soon God, bless you be well and remember. Intuition will take you places. Logic.
"geoffrey" Discussed on CharVision
"Hostas now allows you to get all the drugs you need if you're sick and dying. And you can do it yourself back then. If you were dying, and you went to hostas. You could only get these minimal amounts of drugs and you could. You were an agony still every minute of the of your life because of Kevorkian now they don't admit but hospice now allows you to get all the drowsy and push that button lawyer connected to the feet, and you can do it yourself. You can do exactly what before the? he was just a tremendously progressive man in history will look. Look upon him very very favor and God. Bless you for helping him. Get there in out in the class. I mean if it weren't for you. And he was, he was arrested, and then he was you got was continually arrested charged with six times I defended of six times gotta meet raided. You wanted to represent himself the filed. That your viewers need to watch. The movie didn't become acquainted with history. It's not that long ago. Yeah well. I mean to to have Lou GEHRIG's disease and not be able. To function is is it's it's Hor horrific a lateral Mitrovica's fluorosis, which is Lou. GEHRIG's disease is horrible disease the. Sufferers and suffocated to death, which is not the right way to go and for instance Thomas. WHO ended his suffering? And Thomas, Hyde another one of course patients. They had every right in the world to make the decision and the idea that quirky helping the pass away was a cry is a crime humanity itself and the people that did that, too, will be looked at in what I say did that to Hook Gorky and imprison ultimately for doing that. We'll be looked upon as as something out of the middle aged. Exactly bad. Bless you for helping him in helping so many other people. Stay away from having to suffer. Will the ideas. Shouldn't we be treated as Lewis your sunny there yeah on. You know if he was suffering. When you would you want him to suffer or when you can? Horse that well, why wouldn't you mean beings be entitled to the same benefits since as your puppy there? That would be insane and that's what. People do that in the name of religion. Can you imagine tell me the religion that wants you to suffer? Yeah God's will. There's there. There's too many dysfunctional people in our world and we need to. We need a lot of healing and I really think the young kids are going to really work at trying to heal the planet. I. Hope so maybe they have. Maybe we've reduced the change. Maybe there's been a big change often when change comes word up, totally aware of until. Right. On Jeffrey. Thank you so much for for taking the time and I. Know It's late in Michigan and you're just such an angel you know. My, my sister was there Cafe Cortina and saw you, but she she didn't want to bother you all and was just there the other day. It was wonderful your sister was there. Yeah Yeah. Yeah! But everyone needs to know. They did social distancing. It's outside. They wear masks just opened up here in Michigan I. Literally by Son Graduated From my school that day, so we took. Out A, Wonderful so if your your sister was eating there, that was great Alec. You WanNa. Bother you, but anyway. I grateful to you. And for all the work you've done to to take away from people inches suffering from so many people you're. You're just so special in in Jeffrey, helped me as well and we have a hard goal. Thank you so much for being here in and we're GONNA. Look for your your case. That's coming out next week. You're going to be busy out while you told me about what you think about the Netflix, too. Because you're Oliver, you know what I'm going to watch it and then I'll I'll tell you. Perfect Okay God, bless you be well. Thanks thanks take care. Okay, everybody, thank you. Don't go away, everybody. I'm going to take a couple callers. We've got a few minutes and I'm going to read for you, so don't go anywhere. Hey, everybody. It's sunny shower and I am so excited. I am over the moon to share with you. That I have a new book coming out called the universes calling you and there's an amazing forward by Rupaul. There's an endorsement by Chris Cofer. It's about understanding your intuition. It's about protecting yourself from negative energies. It's about understanding your essence in your true. Purpose in your soul's purpose on this earth you can get it at Barnes and noble dot Com. You can get it at Amazon Dot Com I would love for you to order the book and let me know what you think of it. Right a review for us. If you feel like it, thanks so much. Hey everybody it's sunny shire and I just wanted to answer a couple of questions. People have been calling the office and. And emailing. Do I do private sessions? Will yes I do and I love Reading For my clients? I do phone skype. FACETIME and in person if we're in the same city. 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"geoffrey" Discussed on CharVision
"Sequel but the lake shore. And it's it's A. that's what they call orphanages now and. The hours of in the in the home suffocated to death for throwing the salvage. It was sixteen years old. There's a video of at three people have been charged with this joey. And people can look at that on the Internet now. It hasn't broken nationally, but it will be the biggest story in the United States. It'll be the killing of Cornelius. Fredericks and they can look it up. Just charged three of the. Workers says the orphanage, and they suffocated him for twelve minutes on videotape, and then left him lying with the nurse for another twelve minutes. It didn't providing L.. It is a shocking shocking indictment. It makes soon. Happen to. In the Floyd case? Incredibly. Point. Who who reached out to you if he was in a? Was An orphan. Well interestingly enough. He e was an orphan, only because his dad is mother died. Is Dad lost his? Parental Rights that his dad reached up to me, and of course he does have brothers and sisters. He does have a He does have an act, and they reached out to me, and we were I started at a an estate and brought a lawsuit just several days. It's amazing, but but but you're right. Had he had he not have any living relatives. No one reached out to me and this year. The gone absolutely. Unattended which has happened so many times because? There's a couple of things you sit in your in your article. One was that if it weren't for the video tapes that exists now. We would never known about George. Floyd, of course those exactly right in and the reason we know about George Floyd, and we know about Cornelius Fredericks right now is because there is no tape. The video tape of Cornelius was ordered to be given to me. Today and I'll play it next week, but and we not seen the floyd videotape. The police would have been given accommodation for wrestling down a of vicious criminal who was resisting their arrest. They would have been given accommodation so without those videotapes. We would never know how we would. Never you said White Judges Gerin jurors are complicit in police use of excessive force. Can you explain west of the suit? In I handle as many or more of these cases than anybody, everyone sees Ben crump, who's a friend of mine and he handles is handling the George Floyd case now, but I handled the. Jones case at least minute Detroit, who shot Jones while she slept on a couch while they're filming a first forty eight hours a handle. The Damien Grimes, case they. They shot him with a Taser off of the HEB young man here a Detroit killed. White Jurors. What's it like? A white policeman netted it to a house. Yeah, it was taking. Target Practice Damien Grimes in Detroit Michigan State Police Officer. He's been convicted of second degree murder. Of. With white jurors home when I wrote, I wrote an editorial. White Jurors don't just lean over backwards. They lean over backwards intern backward somersaults to exonerate the police. They're afraid to convict police officers because. They believe that if they? In some way, infringe or impede. Officers that they will be. Vulnerable to these black who criminals, and so they never want that the benefit of the doubt doesn't really do work. Just white jurors are. By and large, and that's why you virtually have. No officers convicted ever of crimes against African Americans. White Jurors don't simply give the benefit of the doubt. They are inclined to exonerate black officers or excuse me white officers for virtually anything they do because they're police officers, but the real psychology behind it is then. The whites are afraid that if they hold. OFFICERS TO A. An acceptable standard a standard that they would want to be treated themselves that they're vulnerable to to to black criminals, which sounds crazy, but it's true I've seen it over a forty year career, and simply whites feel that way, so that is one of the reasons why we cannot get justice in American courts because white jurors will refuse a reluctant to convict police ops also in police misconduct cases. There was A. Judicial doctrine developed called qualified immunity. It's not a law. It's what judges came up with, and they called qualified immunity. Basically what it is is in civil rights cases when we sue police officers for excessive force. The courts came up with this doctrine and said if the police officers felt that they were doing the right thing, even if they weren't, they should get immunity for doing whatever they wanted. And so you'd be. Putting your knee. Mr Floyd's neck and killing him, and the police officer said well I felt threatened by him because he was resisting arrest, so I should be given immunity for killing him and the judges would do that. And so there's a push now to get rid of qualified immunity legislatively, but those two things have operated judges. making this, this rule called qualified immunity and white jurors name relented, convict police at all, and basically that's resulted in in exoneration of. Almost one hundred percents of every case involving brutality of police towards African Americans and that is. Shocking Gasol, and that's why I felt compelled to write the editorial of yeah, while if anyone knows you know because you. Helping, I'm not making this up either. I don't. I don't have any still ity towards the police I. Don't have any US look. Towards police officer or judges is just been in my observation that. Why. Why are they? Never convicted Shar ever convicted. That's ridiculous. This and we've seen the shocking videos and then they say. Will you haven't seen the whole thing I'm always waiting to see the whole thing. I'm always waiting for the video that shows the other side of the story and I never see it and never see it with with the floyd case. I never see with any case. The other side of the video that we never see that explains why they killed the perse. Do you ever see the other side? Now, I never see it ever. Do Do you think that with all the demonstrations now that with black lives matter. Do you think it's going to make difference because boy I? Mean we have the right? I wouldn't have thought so. But there seems to have been a fundamental. I wouldn't have thought that one killing because there's been so many, there's been hundreds of them right I would think that one killing would do it but something. I think that combination. Of the. Times of who we have as our president. The what I think is the implicit racism that's been prevalent in this administration and this particular act, which was so agree Gis, and so clearly a on a unjustified. Set things off and I. Think there's a there's a there's a change I. think there's a change I think there's going to be at. You would old. There's a change remember. I am black children. I vote. There's a change. My Sons are children of color, and I don't want to tell them..
"geoffrey" Discussed on CharVision
"Who I've known for a long long time since elementary school. And He he practices in Southfield Michigan any focuses on personal injury and civil rights, litigation and medical malpractice. And, what we're going to speak about tonight is civil rights and a Casey's working on and also. He was the representative for? Kevorkian. For the right to die with dignity. It is my true honor and pleasure in in warms. My heart to introduce Jeffrey Feiger will thank you. Arlene I assure laid. Everybody else knows your Shar. Intro too because I sai- you're that little book intro and remember I knew all I knew back that with all those pictures. I can tell everybody about you. You can't. We know we've known each other for untimely, we even went to see west side story when we were in sixth grade. We did we did. We think we've known each other for over sixty years, is it? I mean elementary believes yeah. Definitely 'cause we went to. Elementary School together to right right and you're in. You're in a couple of classes or for sheriff. Abdul them because we grew up together. I went away to country day school for a little while I left elementary school, and then I went to Detroit, country day school and Remember Robin Williams was in my classic Detroit Country Day School. I didn't know that. Yes, I grew up with Robin Williams and seventh, eighth, ninth and Tenth Grade, and then I came back and was in oak park high with you yet. Finley graduated together. That's right. We graduated together from Bark I one of the great places by the way to graduate from wheat So your viewers could no. It was a great school in the class. The next class we graduated my brother was in the next class, and he and done Higginson. Who Stung was and I think Oh Mercy Levy all had number one hits of caddyshack, my Sharana and lay down Sally Agri number one hits from. Other died God blessed soul. I remember him. So, we had a lot of. Famous. People including you come out of Oak Park. Well, really you're the one who's. The really you're the legend you. The legend in our class, but we. We were so lucky to grow up where we grew up in. A lot of smart people love smirk. Kids come out Oak Park High. It was very unusual time and it was unusual in the sense that so many really bright and and. I don't know her graphic really. Not, just progressive, but a successful people. Graduated and came out of apartheid was wonderful. It was a little community. We didn't have that. Many people were on. It were a suburb of Detroit northern suburb of Detroit. We had thirty thousand. Citizens in Oak, Park and so we were pretty isolated in the sense that we we really out altogether we end. It was a great time to grow up. Wasn't it was an amazing time? And when we see each other again, it's like family. I mean everybody. Really loves each other. It's it's. It's so unusual in fact. I just I just got a facebook. Fiber Schlesser Kranitz I barbara. I had a crush on Barbara. Muscle when I was young. You know when I was in fifth grade, but I have A. I have a crush shoes very cute euro again. He's still is and so. I know she's listening to this now. Did she know you had a crush on her? I. Don't think so because I. Mean I never could enunciate it. I did have a crush. Is Really Really Cute? It was at a and I'm not kidding. You I mean. It, there couldn't have been a greater place grew up in the sixties than Oak Park I don't know why, but it just was an amazing place to grow up. or US I mean even now when we go back. We have reunions. You know forty and fifty years later and we get hundreds hundreds of our classmates. It's like my wife's class. graduated about the same time from another city in your Detroit and they get virtually nobody in their after reunions, and we get hundreds of people and men. We never want to leave. And we and we spend the whole life for four days. It feels good feels like going back. It really does feel like going back home I can't wait a really does it is? It's like an NFC everybody that we that we went to school with his family. That's how I use you licks movie about me. You didn't mention that. Oh. I get? I think my my Assistant Sam tells me as the number six movie. Don't. Trial by media, and it's a Docu. Series is produced by George. Clooney and it just got dropped about two or three weeks ago and it's called trial by media. The one about me is episode number one and It's my assistant tells me it's because I. Don't know anything about you know this. The computers I still use a flip phone, but she tells you the numbers. At that is the number six film on Netflix. You should watch out in. What is it about? It's about my trial. Jenny Jones case. Goodness I'll tell you even seen that now. I'm going to watch it though I. You had no idea I'm doing a show with you. Shar the mind reader from La. Know that I'm in a new movie. What kind of mind Raider are you? Angry I'm a medium I talked to the. I, so I'm saying that. So Let's, can we. Know about that will your viewers will see it? Yeah, what you'll see a two. Yet and then maybe you'll come back. We'll talk about it. Talk about this. The George Floyd in the civil rights because you are such an advocate for civil rights in. You've done so much I mean we were when we were in school? Segregation started. Will Start, segregation segregation was always there integration. Started, integration and civil rights of the sixties was the was the point at which. You know there was a recognition in America with the. Dr Martin Luther. King League and the push for civil rights began in the early sixties, and then all through high school with us, and of course we were never in sixty eight when Dr King was killed. We were there and we felt that we were aware what was. We had a the largest riot in history of the United States in in Detroit in sixty seven. I remember though we were you know. Detroit was really one of the battlegrounds of of civil rights because interestingly enough. Although we were northern city, and we were in a large African American population. We were also one of the more segregated cities in the United States. Because, just because of the way the population had. BEGUN IN METRO DETROIT A. Henry Ford Ron in large numbers of African Americans to work in the auto. But it also brought in large numbers of southern whites, and that was a really a friction point in, and they had segregated themselves. Detroit was very very segregated place. We had Dearborn Michigan where the whites lived in yet inkster inkster. Can you imagine of people don't know that we still have expert the cat's. Name I know it is still. Back. Exactly inkster, can you imagine where the Blagov inkster it still they're. Unbelievable. We didn't think of it at the time. We were ignorant. We were just kids, but it's amazing what our forefathers do. The APP as a really so sad but the. You wrote a great article in the free. Press and Detroit free press wrote a couple recently. The what's going on I'm representing in your viewers are GonNa see this. You're going to see the video next week. is a young sixteen year old African American who is an orphan. He was placed in a home coal the. But I think it's called. Lake shores..
Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized
"To justice department whistle blowers speaking in front of the house Judiciary Committee today outlining a series of allegations regarding what they see as political meddling in department affairs under president trump and Attorney General William Barr judiciary chair Jerry Nadler told those assembled it seems clear that bill bars actions are politically motivated and improper the Attorney General had simply missed judged the situation and thought that Mr Birmingham would go quietly then we might truck up this episode to simple miscommunication and incompetence but make no mistake this was not an isolated incident joining us on the komo news line is A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey Adam let's go into what Nadler is talking about Nadler and his fellow Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee essentially accusing the Attorney General William Barr politicized apartment justice serving as something of a cheerleader attacked Dr president trump and we heard from a number of witnesses including a former deputy Attorney General under Republican president George H. W. bush said bar refusing political cronies to reverse decisions involving trump associates and the called party completed the race in his lifetime to the rule of law and we also heard some really interesting testimony from a career prosecutor in the justice department who worked on the project stones he testified that pressure from senior department officials including the Attorney General led to more lenient sentencing and anybody else would be getting solely because Roger stone was an associate of president trump that the timing of this testimony was really interesting because it comes just hours after another trump associate general Michael when he found his atheist met after ruling by and you'll score basically coming after the justice department lobbied on his behalf so we're hearing in testimony on Capitol here and we're seeing it play out in real time to dissociate the president trump being treated special are being treated differently than any other average member of the country and the president had this to say today about what he thinks about Michael Flynn saying he thinks Michael Flynn was treated horribly by a group of very bad people expired on a campaign and they should never spy on a campaign to put it mildly never happened before in the history of our country will ease basically pointing the finger back at the Obama administration saying that while he was running for president president trump was running for president back in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen he's saying that the Obama administration's justice department was illegally looking into what was going on in his campaign and basically comes down to accusations of partisanship and politicization on both sides of the aisle I think that the Democrats really going after the justice department which has been traditionally so independent from what's happening in the White House willing to at times look into and investigate the goings on of his own party at the White House and saying that William Barkat if he's doing is constitutionally required duty just acting on the president's behalf and present health kind of playing the what about game as he looks back a few years and says he with the Obama administration's justice department I was playing politics not his own is this all coming about because of tourney General William Barr removing the district attorney Geoffrey Berman ends yeah I mean it it certainly doesn't help William Barr's case and you know although president trump has the right to dismissed any of these US attorneys at anytime you like he was the optics of the situation William Barr announcing late on a Friday night that Berman with stepping down Berman later saying I never resign showing up for work the next day on a Saturday morning and then it having to be trump who steps in to actually fire him over the weekend it seems like the trump administration there never really crossing the line when it comes to their actions always seems like there's an administrative staff but they're going about it in the wrong way in a potentially illegal waste inspired by the Supreme Court on other issues being flagged on Capitol Hill today it seems like it the governing party administrative aspect of the action that president trump and his administration you get
Democrats demand investigation over firing of powerful New York federal prosecutor
"The house Judiciary Committee plans to subpoena Attorney General William Barr as it investigates the firing of a federal prosecutor the committee's chairman Democrat Jerry Nadler says he'll try to compel the Attorney General to appear on July second the move is expected after the firing of Geoffrey Berman U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Berman had been investigating several of president trump's advisers and associates including his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani over the weekend Berman refused to step down but reversed course when he was assured his investigations would
Democrats demand investigation over firing of powerful New York federal prosecutor
"The chair of the house Judiciary Committee at representative Jerrold Nadler confirming he's planning on issuing a subpoena to Attorney General bill bar that to compel testimony about the firing of U. S. attorney Geoffrey Berman over the weekend Berman was investigating trump associates Senate minority a Democrat Chuck Schumer as the senator from New York I will not return a blue slip on Mr Clayton's nomination but regardless Jay Clayton should withdraw his name from consideration and refused to be an accomplice to this game there appears to be no legitimate motive to fire Mr Berman which leaves the obvious question for president trump and Attorney Attorney General General trying trying to to remove remove them them for for a a corrupt corrupt motive motive was was it it because because Mr Mr Berman Berman of of the the Southern Southern District District of of New New York York or or pursuing pursuing criminal criminal investigations investigations into into president president trump trump and and his his associates associates president president certainly certainly has has a a pattern pattern of of firing firing government government watchdogs watchdogs were were investigating investigating his his misconduct misconduct or or that that of of his his associates associates we we need need an an immediate immediate top to bottom investigation into what transpired with applied to dismiss Mr Berman every time the president breaks a window the Senate Republican majority dutifully sweeps up the glass every Blue Moon or sell Republican senator will issue a mild rebuke of the president's behavior behavior Dennis Dennis wrongly wrongly worded worded letter letter but but the the response response is is never never commensurate commensurate with with the the offense offense and and as as a a result result president president trump trump knows knows there's there's no no lines lines he he can't can't cross cross Berman Berman was was never never formally formally nominated nominated to to the the post post despite despite having having been been personally personally interviewed interviewed for for the the job job by by the the president president instead instead he he was was installed installed by by a a federal federal court you heard as Schumer mentioned Clayton residents of replacement pick now in response to president trump saying he wasn't involved with the firing of Berman White House press secretary Kaylee McEntee is said that the president was only involved in a sign off capacity and that Attorney General bill Barr requested the termination bar claiming that the president requested that the termination
"geoffrey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News operate Geoffrey Berman is the federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York where his office has been investigating associates of president trump the justice department claims he has resigned he says he has not and will not leave until the Senate confirms his successor legal analyst Laurie Levenson it is not unusual for a president to replace the US attorney but the circumstances in this case are unusual and their unusual because she was attorney has been doing investigations and I've gotten fairly close to the president how close were Rudy Giuliani for one over the last year Berman began an investigation into Julie Anne focusing on whether his efforts to dig up dirt in Ukraine on president trump's rivals violated any laws Berman also prosecuted president trump's former attorney Michael Cohen who was sent to prison CBS's Pat Milton Berman has been invited to testify in Congress CBS news update on Tom Foley and out of Tulsa Oklahoma CBS's Granda Mars has advice for those people heading for the president's rally tonight you may have to walk a few blocks to get to the B. okay center that's because the roads in downtown Tulsa or already blocked off rally goers already lined the streets of downtown toll so waiting to get inside the V. okay center there was a curfew for the area but that was rescinded Friday afternoon the request of the secret service in the mayor's executive order issuing that curfew he said protests are planned in response to the rally into groups with a history of violence in other cities plan to attend the trump campaign says it takes safety very seriously organizers are providing masks and hand sanitizer they're also doing temperature checks for everyone attending demonstrators at the capitol building in Raleigh North Carolina toppling two Confederate statues from a Confederate monument after marching in celebration of Juneteenth the demonstrators on successfully used a rope to try to pull down the statues initially they did return later and managed to pull them down a grim milestone for Brazil in the ongoing covert nineteen pandemic here's the latest from ABC's clear about our with no end in sight Brazil has passed one million confirmed cases of coronavirus just four months after the first infection was detected Brazil still has no health minister the loss to left office after clashing with president Bolsonaro who has repeatedly called the virus and media trick and a little flu also notify his part is under increasing pressure from several criminal investigations that are closing in on him and his family click our ABC news readers narrow Brazil less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue of wearing a face mask the nation's largest movie theater chain is now changing its position the C. E. O. of AMC theater says theaters will require patrons to wear masks upon a re opening which will begin in July AMC theaters wasn't the first to say would defer to officials on this ongoing mask issue but he did hit a nerve for many people and boycott AMC quickly became a trending topic on Twitter a movie theater and Bryan Texas re opening for the first time since the pandemic here CBS's canelo Hogan the smell and sound of popcorn fills the air at premier theatre in Bryan general manager Andrea Fletcher says after an abrupt shutdown from cove in nineteen things are getting back to a new normal at the theater we've established handwashing routine every thirty minutes they hand wash and check out the gloves reports they're all wearing face coverings guests are not required to wear masks but are encouraged to do so in common spaces disinfecting seats and surfaces is done after every show and also times between movies is now much longer to allow for the facility to be thirty thoroughly cleaned about seventeen thousand Disneyland resort employees are now pushing back against a Walt Disney companies announced plans to re open Disneyland and Disney's California adventure park in Anaheim on July seventeenth in a letter to governor Gavin Newsom that was posted on Facebook the coalition of resort labor unions praises Disney for continuing to pay for a load workers during this coronavirus shut down but at the same time the coalition says they're not yet satisfied that it is safe to re.
"geoffrey" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"You know. Be taken a benevolent frame of mind. You should just stay quiet for a while and and see how things play out why interest via the introvert there supposed just into intellectual. I think it's an introverts view of of interplanetary communication, because introverts are acutely aware of possible social costs of learning stuff out and being embarrassed and being awkward and. You know being asked and. Via the correlation between introversion and and the autism spectrum like point seven. Zero I tweeted that out once, and I got yeah vitriol, but I I reported just a correlation that I found so. But I I, totally hey. Jeffrey, thank you so much for the chat today and I I'm left thinking. We should do a part to some day. We're on Intel where we talk about intelligence. Know we talk about all the other things. But Great, hopefully, this is enough to stimulate people's minds and hearts. Dare say it was rate today. Thank you so much for your time Geoffrey to take care. Thanks for listening to this episode of the psychology podcast. If? He'd like to react in some way something. You heard I encourage you to join in the discussion at the psychology PODCAST DOT com. That's the psychology PODCASTS DOT COM. Also, please reading review the PODCAST and itunes and subscribe to the psychology podcast. Youtube channel as we're really trying to increase their viewership on Youtube. In fact, many of these episodes are video format to. She'll definitely want to check out channel. Thanks for being such a great supporter of the podcast and tune in next time for more on the mind, brain, behavior and creativity..
"geoffrey" Discussed on KOMO
"Now U. S. attorney Geoffrey Berman said he is not prince Andrew has now completely shut the door on voluntary cooperation and our office is considering its options Berman declined to elaborate on those options prince Andrew has denied knowing about Epstein's depravity his legal team declined to comment permanece said Eksteen could not have committed the sex crimes he did without help from co conspirators Erin cutters he ABC news New York at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news your cold from hell insurance money update another manic Monday on Wall Street the stock market indexes suffering their biggest percentage decline since late two thousand eight and the Dow Jones industrial average plunging more than two thousand points for the very first time behind today's massive selloff of Plymouth by oil prices and more concerns related to the corona virus and its potential impact on the economy is it pictures from over the weekend on a cosco stocking up on supplies certainly good for cosco but that implies people are going to live in the homes and so that is really the fear right now that is in the market that's markets reporter miles island of Yahoo finance as he did recently in terms of employees in and around Seattle and the San Francisco Bay Area Amazon today told employees at its New York and New Jersey offices to work from home if they can through the end of March to the coronavirus that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news here your political insights from ABC news at least four members of Congress now exposed to corona virus Republican senator Ted Cruz and GOP house reps Paul go Sir Matt Gaetz induct Collins now all opting for voluntary self quarantine after interacting with the person who later tested positive for novel coronavirus at C. pack last month all say they're a symptomatic he Tim Collins were recently with president trump but senior White House sources tell ABC news the president and his closest advisers have not been tested for covert nineteen president trump had a White House meeting Monday focused on the economic response to covert nineteen Larry Kudlow the president's top economic adviser says the administration is considering economic stimulus actions he specifically cited the airline industry and small business groups novel coronavirus is also interesting congressional business the house armed services subcommittee on military personnel was holding a hearing on domestic violence in the armed forces and it had to be postponed because a number of people couldn't travel due to cope in nineteen Alex for J. A. B. C. news Washington his press briefing was brief president Donald Trump promised to help the American people in the wake of the corona virus outbreak touted his plan for economic relief after the Dow dropped two thousand points said he would ask Congress for approval that lessens the payroll tax IT help hourly workers who need to take sick time due to the illness then he quickly walked off leaving his coronavirus task force to take questions so when I was asked how many people had been tested to date health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar did not have an answer so right now I could not give you a number of how many Americans have received a test because many will receive the test through hospitals or non public health labs and so let's let's work we're getting the system the I. T. system up through CDC traffic.
"geoffrey" Discussed on Dog Tales
"Nor Edward the ninth. Where with him? It's unknown exactly. When these two loyal companions departed the hitchcock family but it had been over fourteen years. Since the Hitchcock's I adopted them. The lived a long full and happy life. Bringing as much joy to hitchcock's film sets as his movies brought to fans however by Nineteen fifty-three the hitchcock's had adopted three new white. Silly Ham terriers named Jeffrey Stanley. And Sarah Harry. Parsons founder of the working. Sealy hand terrier club once said that the breed makes great companions and the way that they bond with. Their owners is almost magical. There certainly seems to have been the case with Jeffrey Stanley and Sarah. Who would prove to be hitchcock's most iconic dogs the four were inset purple. The dogs were known to accompany hitchcock around town and with fixtures on the paramount sound stages. The relationship hitchcock shed with his terrier even became the inspiration for one of his most famous films in a moment. A ferry white terrier steals the show now back to the story. Shortly after signing with paramount's in nineteen fifty three hitchcock read a short story titled. It had to be murder by Cornell will rich. The story follows a man who believes he has witnessed murder in a neighboring apartment by looking through his rear window. Hitchcock couldn't get the story out of his mind. He knew it had to be his next project. He just wasn't sure how. How could he make a film? Shelton only one. Typical apartment look exciting. He likes this. Inherent Challenge the opportunity to create what he called a purely cinematic film but he wanted to make sure his signature was on the story. He wanted to explore theme unique to him or perhaps to him and his dogs after all this was the first time he had full creative autonomy on a project since leaving England. Back in nineteen thirty nine. The process proved exhilarating. Hitchcock in screenwriter. John Michael Hayes met daily at Hitchcock's home. Hitchcock would sprawl across his large sofa listening as hayes pitched him scene of scene weaving a complex murder. Mystery the script that would become rear window. The men would argue over lunch imagining the apartment complex where the movie would take place inventing the protagonist a wheelchair bound photographer named L B Jeffries. They would plot logistics while Hitchcock's own. Jeffrey Stanley and Sarah lated his feet hopeful for table scraps. The dogs would follow hitchcock as he paced around his office spewing out ideas while Hayes type furiously a wizard on a typewriter. The script proved ambitious and challenging and despite the inherent frustration the men loved every minute of it and yet for all their plotting for all the progress. They've made hitchcock couldn't help but feel like something was missing some small element that would push the story along and add another layer to the script and so he turned to his favorite method of brainstorming. A nice long stroll with his dogs. There's no telling how long he meandered through the streets of Los Angeles. Before he dreamed up a scene that would soon be iconic and a few new characters to bring it to life. Hitchcock gave the main character jeffries. A few more neighbors a childless couple and their dog throughout the film. The couple dotes on a small white terrier who proves as energetic as he is inquisitive. Meanwhile jefferies played by Jimmy Stewart. Tries to piece together a murder. He isn't sure actually happened. One Evening Jeffries. Watches as the small white terrier begins. Rummaging through a flower bed in the courtyard he suspects that something is afoot. The perhaps the dog has found a vital clue. And sadly jeffries is right the next time. Jeffrey seized the dog. It's being killed. The couple returns home to find their sweet dog murdered wailing as though they've lost a child. The wife grieves her dog crying. Which one of you did it. You don't know the meaning of the word neighbor. Neighbors care if anyone lives or dies then. Silence settles across the courtyard as the entire building. Greaves alongside the couple. The pain is tangible brought to life by a director who clearly understands. The bond one has with their dog. Studies have shown significant ways that pets affect our mental health. Some studies show that bonding with the pets can ease feelings of loneliness and the death of a pet can be extremely difficult to process. Hitchcock himself had already lost two dogs whom he loved fiercely and though he loved his dogs he understood that his time with them was finite. Perhaps this film was his way of grappling with the complex relationship. We have with our pets. And the love we share while they with us like many of hitchcock's films Rear Window ends on an uplifting note. The childless couple is in the courtyard training. A new terrier puppy optimistic about the little family. They've built rear window premiered on September. First Nine thousand nine hundred fifty four hitchcock had been nervous to see how audiences would react to the depiction of a dead dog on screen. After all this was the same country that thought human murder was too low brow for the silver screen but he breathed a sigh of relief. When the film became a smash hit Real Window also marked the last time hitchcock would use dogs at pivotal moments in his films. Perhaps he decided he pushed the envelope enough. That after one dog died in his film his audiences might worry too much about any dogs in future films. He decided to look for other ways to push the envelope. By the late nineteen fifties Alfred. Hitchcock was totally utterly bored. He had produced so many successful thrillers that he'd earns the Monica. The master of suspense but it was beginning to feel blase. The drive to push himself. Creatively led hitchcock to create his two most iconic films. The I was psycho. The film pushed cinematic boundaries challenging the norms set by the League of decency for one thing he killed off his protagonist within the first few minutes of the movie and a gruesome now iconic shower scene for another. It showed the first onscreen toilet flush. The movie was weird and daring but hitchcock believed in it so much that he financed the project himself and of course his good luck terriers were onset every step of the way Anthony Perkins the actor. Who Played Norman Bates would often recount? Stories have go into Hitchcock's office only to be greeted by Jeffrey Stanley. And Sarah at the door. He loved playing with the dogs throughout filming especially on days when the set felt incredibly tense. Perkins. New Hitchcock was a great director but psycho was a Campbell. Most of Hollywood distance themselves from the project believing it was too strange to succeed and while hitchcock disagreed it was hard to not let the pressure get to. Luckily he had Jeffrey Stanley and Sarah to keep him from cracking the morning psycho premiered in the US. September eighth nineteen sixty. The whole town walked on eggshells around hitchcock. Everyone was waiting on bated breath to see whether the movie would flop instead. The film became the biggest success of his career adjusted for inflation. Hitchcock spent six and a half million dollars making the film which went on to gross four hundred thirty four million dollars at the box office. Hitchcock took home a whopping forty percent of those profits. It was the last time anyone would question his taste. And in the wake of this overwhelming success Alfred Hitchcock decided to take a little time away from the movie industry instead spending time with his family and beloved dogs over the course of that summer hitchcock and his dogs were glued to one another. He took his terriers on long drives along the Pacific Coast highway. The dogs enjoy the sunshine. While hitchcock cleared his head. They also took daily walks down the usual parts. Hitchcock had retraced the steps a million times before he remembered where he had been when so many of his genius ideas had come to him but now the well had seemingly run dry psycho would be a hard act to follow and he was in no hurry to repeat the grueling production scheduled that such an intricate film demanded it was almost eighteen months before hitchcock finally settled on a new project by returning to the author that had started his Hollywood career. Daphne du Maurier. He contemplated adapting her novella. The Birds Hitchcock had read the story years before that remembered it after reading in the paper that a swarm of seagulls but destroying a small coastal town up north. He hired a novelist out of New York named Evan. Hunter to write the script they had worked together on. Hitchcock's show Alfred Hitchcock presents and hitchcock had always liked the way hunter wrote suspense. He knew hunter was the man. To bring his apocalyptic vision to life yet as with any working relationship hitchcock hunter butted heads and as always the three terriers were close at hand defusing tension. It's difficult to argue dogs around. After all and after months of writing rewriting arguing and compromising hitchcock was ready to take an even bigger gamble than psycho in doing so. He made the boldest film of his career filming for the birds.
"geoffrey" Discussed on Dog Tales
"At the time onscreen murder was considered low brow entertainment. The American audience preferred pure escapism. Cinematic death was rare and happened decidedly offscreen. But that didn't stop cells. Nick from finding a way to collaborate with hitchcock at the time sells. Nick was enraptured. By the novel Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier it would be a psychological thriller. Rife with romantic tension. It fit hitchcock signature style perfectly and fortunately for hitchcock cells. Knicks attention was split between Rebecca and his current project gone with the Wind Hitchcock and his team of writers were largely left to their own devices able to shape the screenplay however they saw fit. This was the way hitchcock liked to work. He could run the show without peering is giving input on his script he could set his own schedule somewhat which gave him the opportunity to think through his script while taking long walks with his dogs hitchcock loved wandering the streets of his neighborhood with Edward the ninth and Mr Jenkins mulling over the script in his mind rearranging scenes and reworking dialogue one day in particular while meandering through the streets of Belair Hitchcock found himself thinking about his lead character maxim in both the novel and Movie Maxim as a deeply complex character could be seen as untrustworthy. If the filmmakers weren't careful hitchcock needed away to paint his hero as ultimately good and honest man worth rooting for and in that moment as he watched his two favourite companions stroll down the streets in front of him. He knew exactly what he do next. The important roles dogs play in Hitchcock's classic films podcast listeners. 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The dog was immediately likeable and helped to suffer maxims hard edges. Jasper also serves as a warning bell. Alerting the heroin to danger and leading her to important clues. It was a small part but Jasper was key to the emotional thrust of the story. But he wasn't the only dog onset hitchcock's own pets Mr Jenkins and Edward. The ninth will often seen pulling off to hitchcock called soliciting attention from the costumers. The crew loved having them around almost as much as the dogs loved the extra attention. In fact hitchcock was known to give his dogs free reign of the sound stage trusting to crew to watch them as he dealt with more pressing matters for instance his leading lady. Joan Fontaine was only twenty one when she started filming Rebecca she was excited to step into the film's titular role but worried about her lack of experience. From the moment she arrived on set her confidence waned. She was intimidated by Laurence Olivier and wilted when he was on screen with her hitchcock new contain had the talent he just needed to make her feel secure after all hitchcock was a fish out of water himself and knew a little something about learning the ropes. In a new setting he began bringing Mr Jenkins and Edward the knife to her dressing room knowing they would bring her comfort. They provided him. It worked like a charm. The dogs helped. Fontaine feel at home and gave hitchcock a chance to bond with the actress. The dogs helped facilitate easier. Poor that might have otherwise. Felt too high pressured and soon it became clear that hitchcock needed the small moments of response as much as von tainted cells. Nick produced mouthpieces pieces but his methods with tedious. He insisted on arriving to set before anything could be shot and tended to hang around set daily and while he expected hitchcock to respect his process. He wasn't keen on returning the favor at the time. Most movies in Hollywood was shot using blanket coverage this meant that scenes were filmed a gin and again while the cameras captured all sorts of different angles close ups. Why shots and everything in between the pacing of the film would be decided later in the editing room hitchcock however preferred to story board. This meant that each every shot was planned thoroughly in advance. This method of filming added an artistic signature. To all of Hitchcock's films. It also meant that the crew spent a lot of time setting up but very little time actually filming cells Nick who was used to having a plethora of footage to pull from was deeply unhappy one day after watching. The footage collected that day cells. Nick marched into Hitchcock's office to give the director a piece of his mind but he could only march so far at with the ninth and Mr Jenkins sat between Hitchcock and sells nick protecting their master from his blustering producer. As the men argued Mr Jenkins barked furiously at cells nick and kept barking until he finally backed down. The irate produce a left Hitchcock's office warning him that he better know what the hell he was doing. Luckily Hitchcock did Rebecca premiered in April of nineteen forty. A box office smash that won critical acclaim. It went on to win the Oscar for best picture. The only one of Hitchcock's films to hold that prestigious title and in many ways hitchcock had his dogs to thank without them. Who's to say whether he would have bonded with Joan Fontaine? The woman who delivered a winning performance all been able to stand up to cells Nick. Who Vied for control? It's no wonder that Mr Jenkins and with the night accompanied hitchcock to the set of his next feature the next year in one thousand nine hundred forty one hitchcock began production on the film suspicion and he included a small role for a Sealy Ham terrier while this wooden enjoy the same amount of screen time as Jasper had in Rebecca. He would win the heart of actor cary grant before long grant adopted his own. Sealy Ham terrier hitchcock understood how important dogs could be in someone's life. He watched the way his own. Dogs boosted morale onset and comforted young actors when they felt out of their depth in one thousand nine hundred forty four while filming lifeboat actress to Lula bankhead caught pneumonia but refused to quit. Working as a token of his gratitude hitchcock gifted the actress with her very own Sealy Ham terrier which she graciously named Hitchcock Sealy. Hams may have been a rare breed. But they were making their mark on. Hollywood and so was Alfred Hitchcock by the end of the nineteen forties. Alfred Hitchcock had established himself as one of the most influential and sought after directors in Hollywood and while his work was well renowned hitchcock felt that he had only just begun to challenge himself. He was intrigued by the darker more sinister sides of human nature and wanted his work to explore these themes this led to strangers on a train released in one thousand nine hundred fifty one in the film. Based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith to strangers share a seat on a train and discover that they each have a family member. They're keen to be rid of Bruno suggests they swap murders so that neither of them will be caught guy believes Bruno is joking until his bothersome wife. Tens up dead while hitchcock felt. There were numerous problems with the film. That was one scene in particular. He was proud of in the film. Guy Breaks into Bruno's home hooping to warn Bruno's father of his sons affinity for murder but as he reaches the staircase to the father's room he comes face to face with the hulking great Dane tension mounts as guy locks eyes with the giant dog unsure of whether it's going to attack slowly guy makes his way up the staircase praying. The dog will let him pass. The Great Dane makes a move guy flinches and the dog begins to lick his hand. Guy's face floods with relief as he makes his way up the stairs. The scene is brilliant. Not just because of the tension it delivers but also because of the tension it momentarily diffuses. Hitchcock was a master of toying with his audience and loved using dogs to build suspense and then break it so he could build it up again. But despite this noteworthy moment hitchcock felt the filming of strangers on a train proved to maddening to work with Warner Brothers again. He was the most in demand director in Hollywood. Certainly he had some creative license. It took two years but hitchcock finally found a studio that would allow him to tell the kinds of stories that interested him without produces like David o cells nick breathing down his neck in one thousand nine hundred fifty three. He signed a contract with paramount studios the deal not only promised him some long awaited creative freedom it also made him one of the highest paid directors in. Hollywood something else changed in one thousand nine hundred fifty three. When Alfred began showing up on the lot. Neither Mr Jenkins.
"geoffrey" Discussed on Dog Tales
"Alfred Hitchcock sat behind a sleek Mahogany desk poring over the script of his latest project. The birds it was a chilly. Winter Day in one thousand nine hundred sixty two not the Chili or winter meant much of anything in Los Angeles. He was midway through the casting process. For what would be his biggest and most anticipated film yet. After weeks of casting calls or additions and screen tests hitchcock was hoping he'd finally found his leading lady. He just wanted her to meet his three most trusted costing agents before signing her thinking hard hitchcock rose and paste his small but stately office tucked away on Universal Studios Back Lot. His threes ham terriers. Jeffrey Stanley and Sarah played his feet. They barked and ported his ankles until he finally stoop down to pet them. A squarely assistant stuck his head through. The door reminding hitchcock that it was time for his meeting. Hitchcock glanced at the clock surprised and gathered his notes. Hitchcock strode down the hallway towards the conference room. Jeffrey Stanley and Sarah on his heels assistance and Mayo clerks smiled at. The Dog. Says they passed. They were practically office mascots when hitchcock arrived at the meeting screenwriter. Evan Hunter was already seated inside the conference room tapping his foot anxiously. He too was worried about casting but before hunter could say a word hitchcock announced that he'd found this star. An unknown actress by the name of Tippi. Hedren hunter was suspicious. Couldn't an unknown really carry a major motion picture? Did she have the range to play the comedic scenes at the start of the film and the moments of sheer terror? The End Hitchcock reassured him. She just had one loss test to pass. They look down. The whole hedren was striding towards them. Bearing a shy but confident smile as she reached the conference room. Her eyes lit up. She stooped down to play with Jeffrey Stanley and Sarah who took a liking to her immediately. Hitchcock let out a sigh of relief. He had no further doubts. They had found the right actress. He reached into his pocket and Fed. Jeffrey Stanley and Sarah their favorite treats once again. His favourite costing agents helped him make the right call..
"geoffrey" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"And how many children do you have? I have three daughters set are my daughters, and I have six adopted kits. Wait a minute. That's nine. Yeah. You'll give nine. Two of them have died. But so that only seven left. Left amid nine children altogether. You like kids where your wives like you? And didn't always like this. I like kids. Yeah. And do you know the of the top of the stairs? Ashley, the young boy. He's jewish. He doesn't fit in. He's in the military school, and he's going to go to a party, and he goes there, and he's dancing with the daughter of the hostess, and she comes and pulls her daughter way, my son. My daughter is not going to dance with any dirty Jew. And he goes back to his hotel that night, and he jumps out the window and kills himself and Bill engine little essay about the play. He said he had. No sure connections Bill was the nicest man, I thought that was so interesting and moving and I thought about it a lot because Bill out in California Jove his car into the garage one day left the gas on because he had no sure connections in spite of all his success all his place. He was so alone out there. Yeah. I only met him a little bit in California, actually, where he shouldn't have gone to live where it even prior New York in New York, he should've been why did you never move out there? I did move to California. How long thirteen long years. I said that for a long time. Why did you? Come back here. I wanted to act. And he did Geoffrey Horne packed up his Hollywood apartment and moved back to New York. Nineteen seventy-five another great artists who had a second act is Mickey Rourke, but I came a brutal intermission nothing fell on my plate. There was no work coming in because waiting for you know, Camino or go blend. It didn't happen. So did happen. What happened was his piece of shit fell on my plate. And they offered me a boatload of money, and like a whore, I took the four million or whatever it was and bought a big fucking Elvis Presley house that I couldn't afford. And I remember doing this film.
"geoffrey" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"I love this. There is nothing pretentious about this guy he's working as actress have to do is working job in between acting jobs because. People who are even professional and working actors or almost never actually working a lot of the time they're just sitting around waiting or going on auditions or whatever, which doesn't pay a whole lot. Even when you book a gig for the vast majority of actors at does not pay a whole lot, which is why some of us have to stoop to take jobs at the daily wire and write blank books. And I'm sorry, I was getting lost in my my own head. And so he did this and there's no shame in that. I know I know actress, I kid you not who go on the dole who who take unemployment insurance, where they take welfare checks. I have heard professional actors, professional actors who have graduated from Yale refer to the welfare system as the public or its subsidy. No shame, no shame whatsoever about taking your hand out from taxpayers because they want to do their art, which doesn't have much demand in the marketplace. That's not what Geoffrey Owens did. Geoffrey Owens. This is America baby. He said, I'm going to go out. I'm going to pursue my dream. I'm going to pursue this or form that I'm good at that. I've worked at a very, very high level in that. I still work. At though at a, you know, less publicly than I did on this big TV show. I'm going to keep pursuing all of that that crazy American can do ambitious or Tissot dream, and I'm going to work hard and I'm going to put money on the table because I have to support my family. I have to be responsible person. This is the best of America. He explains it even more simply, I do want to say this, I, you know this business of my being this Cosby guy who got shamed for working at trader Joe's that's going to pass..
"geoffrey" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"It it's complementary seven zero four nine one nine zero one four nine the dolphin i think when a lot of people hear the word kretek shin and retirement income and he will trigger words like that they think about annuities and they don't think positive thoughts though now it's another one of those misconceptions i do an educational series every week we posted on social media and we posted on youtube and then our channels and stuff and one of those misconceptions annuity tr triggered but this was talking to this geoffrey geoffrey lives in downtown charlotte and it's been a long time listener if you're listening jeffrey hub looking forward to seeing again next week is he emailed me a couple of weeks ago and we've talked for several years now at least two to three years and he says every broker i talked to everybody i've talked about annuities they're saying no they're only designed for income he goes i don't need income i'm going to have a nice pension i'm worried about my social security i don't need income i just want protection and they're all saying we'll know if you're putting yourself into a nudie near tiger self up for income and you're never gonna see that money again and so i talked back to jeffrey rodham email back and we talked on the phone there's like no folks this is one of those misconceptions yes there are income annuities out there they're designed at all newbies that we work with whether they're fixed or fixed index are designed for protection let's get that first of all straight second of all their annuities the patriots certain percentage and it stays tax deferred until you take the money out it's not a bad deal we have a one year current annuity right now currently as of today day of april twenty second it's paying two point one five percent rates subject to change but that's after one year boom we have to your three or five year seven year tenure if you wanna get tenure nudie at alert certain locked in rate after ten years the money is yours to do whatever you want to do with it is there and jeffrey was like well this is not what i've been told.
"geoffrey" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"I helped her to start amfar and help all the people who are now living with the disease and having lives that are worthwhile i'm very proud of it i had no idea how it was going to turn out i had no idea my tiny contribution would grow so big but myself about one hundred other men got together and helped and of that i am very very proud we'll leave that one more time geoffrey where can people find you on social media find me on facebook i'll spell it for you g e l f and frank of frank r e y last name m a archaic find me on facebook and police by the book ella a biography of the legendary ella fitzgerald at amazon dot com you can get the regular size or giant size giant size has two wonderful cds of her entire career that you cannot buy anywhere else and earl skakel i am so proud of you and so happy to be here we'll ever it's been and on it's been a long time come you'll come back for more has the rat song would say whenever you want and guys you'll have me please by jeffries book just support my friends that's why have them on so you become panther there's jeffey march the best inappropriate earl soundcloud naiton's leave a review and next week we got a couple of guests come in comics musicians back to the same drill but support jeffrey mark i mean come on freddie mercury.
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"To have a stance dershowitz is like ten times smarter than tube and he's now twisted and turned the whole thing against tuban incorrectly so by the way go ahead donald trump than i did in relation to the clintons with everybody else says the same thing about bob menendez i said the same thing about everybody who has been prosecuted i'm saying the same thing about benjamin netanyahu in israel i think there's criminalization of political differences there i have been utterly and completely consistent partisan and geoffrey you haven't oh right on geoffrey geoffrey is a hack no no legal analyst dershowitz has been very good now the mistake conservatives make is they get very excited when dershowitz says things they agree with because they feel when dershowitz does that it confirms their own belief system no dershowitz can turn on a dime but in this case he's absolutely right piece and this guy muller is absolutely wrong and it's a funny thing when you watch the sky tuban tuban was an assistant prosecutor under lawrence walsh oh yeah under lawrence walsh and then he left lawrence walsh the independent counsel and then he wrote a book about how lousy lawrence walsh and the investigation was and he started to reveal kinds of information and the independent counsel tried to block the book and try to have things redacted from the book and claim the tube and was acting improperly if not unethically and then of course at some point cnn hired the guy which tells you all you need to know tuban doesn't make independent legal judgments none of the leftists on cnn do that cubans not so much a legal analyst as he has a legal hitman go ahead and google is named you'll see what a sleazeball is beside all the rest quite true all right let's see let's take a couple of calls here let's go to mike beverly hills on the mark levin app go ahead mark too thank you wave introduction when you say the big support a little over five hundred fifty thousand dollars to help get him elected personally promised me he was gonna kill.