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"gleason" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"Justice. Listen also reported this interaction with two police. They call police. Police were dispatched. They looked around for him and they did not see him. Unfortunately that was not the end of it. Brian riley returned the next day on the feth at four. Am and that's when he allegedly shot gleason and three other family members dead. He apparently went home to his girlfriend told her about the sex trafficking and whatnot and she was like okay sweetie. It's ok. they got into an argument over it with her telling him you got is not speaking to you. Because brian riley have been telling her for a couple weeks. Apparently the two weeks prior that god was speaking to him directly and telling him that he needs to save this girl named amber that he really did believe that he was on a mission from god to save this named amber he and his girlfriend got into an argument over it. She went to bed when she woke up he was gone. All of this was unfolding. So brian riley went back to justin justice gleeson home and he treated this and planned this like a military operation. He admitted this to investigators. He checked for three points of entry. He checked the streets. He glow sticks to put in your accents. He ended up so before he wants the attack. He said a vehicle on fire so that police would respond to it before they actually responded to the home. He stated it out. He initially tried to break into a door. That didn't work so he just shot through and then entered the home. As brian riley was making his way into the home. He murdered justice gleeson first then he murdered two recent lanham as she was holding her her three month old son and then shot both of the multiple times. Eleven year old girl was there as well and brian. Riley allegedly escorted her into the living room where he questioned her about an eleven year old girl named amber. The girl insisted that she did know. An amber newin by that name lived in that home and so riley shot her in the thought by and told her to tell him the truth again. She doubled down. Like i don't know what you're talking about. And so he shot her in the stomach. After counting down from three like three to one she told investigators she saved her own life by pretending to be dead after he shot her. In the stomach. Now can you imagine watching someone. Murderer your parents. And your three three-month-old old sibling. And you have to pretend to be dead on the floor after being shot twice andrew eleven years old. I cannot even fathom that brian riley is currently being held at the polk county jail on no bond and apparently he is still telling investigators that he is there to help amber and that sex trafficking is the big problem which honestly i'm wondering if that is a q..
"gleason" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"I was like to say that out loud. because again it's it. Does we have listeners. In in all over the world and I know there's people again that are trapped in scenarios and all ages and so it's good to remember that indeed you know the we can call upon the arts and underneath it all. Is that sense of love. As as we know it's the most powerful thing and that can go out to the kids who are suffering and the kid in us and all the artists and creators everywhere and to you. I'm wishing you great you know success. We'll put the word out again. Now is there Social media where we can contact you or what do you do the facebook thing. Okay god and then we'll add more. And i get with the bio two more of that when i do my intro a bear and so you know dan touch keeps sending me writing and i wear. Thank you climb. Make them pay you. That's really i love that. Okay thank you thank you. Daniel professor made the resolute commission when bill wasted shebek kid as and so special. Thank you to professor. Daniel gleason an to all the teachers professors universally out there again. It takes just one great teacher or one great writer when great movie one. Great work of art that can help change lives in quarantine and always and so. It's a great goto The solution in the world and to my fellow professional writer is out there as we just heard and very very good advice we must get paid. We must ask for the money. We are writers be at screenplay be at nobble be at poetry and as again advice from the pros is. That's what makes us the pro The monetary factor comes into play..
"gleason" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"And i love the society. Yeah like there's so many great characters and you see the character of john bell. John in game hugo i mean he was trying to give bread. He get bread to the child and youth. Come on and now he's going to prison for and you look at the character of the man. Based on victor hugo's life story that this sense of what people suffer through and and the tragedy and and in a world where. There's really all kinds of crazy. You know what. I mean and all kinds of evil to go back to the love the character and the the sense of also forgiveness and to forgive ourselves as well. You know and i would say better. Better men in the dillinger gang in there were in a recent political administrations character. Honesty trust not to they wouldn't backstab each other. There's a lot of you know. I i love in fact. I wanna do an episode and you'll have to come back to. I wanted an episode on loyalty it so important. You know. there's something to be said for that. And and that sense of knowing who's got your back in a world where you do feel like. Wow i can't believe and i think we add that to our work to the betrayals or the dark side new things. We've walked through what we've had to do you know To move forward and to know you know as i told my daughter to know. I mean they say don't judge but also judge enough to know you know who the you know who who your friends are not always easy in a world where you go. I'll check your and he wanted to take a kid and they said you can only have time to tell them one thing before we think you way kid. Keep your word. Keep your word. Yeah skip your word and you know. Come from the place of two thousand nine self. Be true but you're very right. Keep your word and and it's all about you know staying in the in the place of I like putting out at standing still with i meditate and then going out from there to be of service and going okay. I'm not here getting out of my own way enough to say okay. Get all because we all have in the meditation. I'm able to say gabe rid of the sense of neediness. Or what's in it for me. Which like you said. show me the money. But at the same time to find the wherewithal to remain loyal to remain to ourselves and move for and then that money thing comes in the. Don't ask for money for your heart you are. You're insulting yourself for what she did. You're you're you're putting your yes. It can trash out of what what took you all that you're creating you know yes. You can have your if you make furniture. You can't give it away. You could give away if you want to had a lot of money you could give it away. Say for the poor at your. There's not a lot of respects. I'm sometimes people. Maybe because they're not artists so they don't know you know but like you know and i know with even as a writer or comedy especially i write comedy and and you do as well. There's a sense of people saying oh well tell me a joke. It's as if we said. Hey you know you're an accountant. Here add some numbers for me doesn't work that way very serious business. Lawyer lisa marquardt come to my office. Exactly exactly we'll we'll have to share that too..
"gleason" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Is professor and writer daniel gleason and he is definitely a part of the solution in the world. Both obviously being there on the front lines as a professor. I think all teachers be at university and Across the board are really just it just as we know it just takes one good teacher and can be life changing so and really encouraging among other things and so i think we can all look back and say well. I'm glad i had that particular professor that particular teacher and so indeed out there making a difference. oh only wrote a comedy along with his writing partner and his partner is a track record. Which includes richard pryor starring in his film and so we'll chat a bit about Clint eastwood and his work. Clint eastwood and one of my all time. Favorite writers. mr pat conroy. Pat conroy road the prince of tides. Which is again one of my favorite Just a beautiful beautiful book and if you have not read that that's highly recommended. And the great santini among others and so much great work out. There we talk about. John fonte beautiful book about los angeles los angeles give me some of you and just beautiful writers out there and we talk about great classic movies and it's just a very healing. Actually i find the arts and especially writing. Writing can be a great tool for us here in quarantine in all ways and The great Screen plays and what that entails. And we'll get in depth with regard to writing movies and writing books and poetry and so on and and writing poetry or not and music and the musicality of poetry and how to can go hand-in-hand when we think of lyrics and poetry but I will save the rest for our chat. So let's jump in a welcome. Welcome welcome professor. Daniel gleason yes. In answer to the question i am in a they. Call it the t. o. Area thousand oaks. Which doesn't you're you're right. I lived in ventura for four years. And you're you live right next door to my niece in beautiful beautiful area. It's not quite as warm is where you're at but it's close enough. Yeah go wanna go. Outside and roller skater or anything. No roller skating allowed. So i know not now but i i might go bike riding later and you know depending on because it's always ten degrees a little cooler at the beach. Yeah oh yeah always cool were to be little hop skip and a jump right over the hill. They're to zuma beach. So i made up to go up to ensure and just sit in your car..
"gleason" Discussed on A New Direction
"I n. d. a. c. r. a. f. t. dot com. And we're back here on a new direction. And we are with more gleason and his book undercover millionaire. We're kind of talking about some of the things that he gleaned from this book and and you know and we're kinda chatting through them and are you having a good time awesome time. You're fabulous jay. Was it looking looking for that. Mark thank you very much looking for that. At all. But i appreciate that..
"gleason" Discussed on A New Direction
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"gleason" Discussed on A New Direction
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"gleason" Discussed on A New Direction
"Everyone and welcome to a new direction. My name is jay is and we are back with another show telling you lazy gentleman we are back. It is going to be fantastic. It is going to be fun. listen you know. here's the deal. we are always interested in. What do millionaires do. What do they think. What are the interested in. What how did they get there. Why did they get their. Here's what we did well. I didn't do it actually. Mark gleeson the author. Did it wrote this book called undercover millionaire and he basically interviewed eighteen million or some different industries and he basically got some of the tips and suggestions that they did to get where they are now holding. These weren't just any millionaires. None of these millionaires inherited the money. They were self made meetings from nothing and they became millionaires. How they do it well. That's what mark good answer for you. He's going to answer for you. How they did it. And i'm gonna to just tell you something first of all. There's just so many tips at that mark was able to glean from all these people that you're going to absolutely be away we will not possibly get get through matter of fact there's one chapter in here where there's one hundred seven tips. Yes one chapter alone has one hundred and seven tips. Yeah we're gonna have a really great time. You're gonna learn so much if you were interested in success. I'm gonna tell you right now that you're going to learn a lot today but before we do that. Let's do what we do every week right. I walk you through your growth and training in the seven. Th four here. He's sorry for seventy four areas of your life. You know see. This happens from time to time that i get numbers wrong. So here's the deal for areas physical mental emotional spiritual right that we're all physical mental emotional spiritual people right and they wanted to. Do i want to walk you through your growth in training because the tooth of the matter is you're either growing or you're dying right. There's no such thing staying the same. There's no such thing as staying static right. You have to be in a constant stage growth matter of fact one of the things that mark will tell you that we'll talk about probably today. Is that you know all these billionaires they keep on learning they keep on growing..
"gleason" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Why I wasn't told us he was diagnosed last year from his urologist. And he made his way here. Thank God and we offered him all the options. We repeated. The P ece. He knows this stage. He knows his cancer. He knows his options, and he's chosen our achievement to get the best possible results. What about a 77 year old woman? She has one daughter she came with her daughter for evaluation should have multi focal right breast cancer. It was diagnosed about three years ago, She had a mammogram and a biopsy it one of the big hospitals in the neighboring burrow. One of the five girls from New York she had multi focal breast cancer should invasive cancer. Then went one of the biggest hospitals in Manhattan. She had an M R. I was told that she wanted a third lesion and she was told that she should have a mistake to me. And she's a small woman. She's five Ft. £100. Examined her shed a four centimeter mass in the breast and the upper outer quadrant of the breast. The armpit was negative. We staged her up to make sure the cancer hasn't traveled and she chose our treatment because she just did not want to have Radical or modified radical mustache commission want to have chemotherapy? She had our treatment and one more thing. I should tell you she was treated Nearly three years ago, and she remains cancer free. I saw her this week I examined her, so we got blood tests. We had physical examine of imaging on her, and she is in remission. Doing well. She has her breast. Mass in the breast, which was big before is now gone. Her breast is there and is perfect, and she's pleased about the brass. She's pleased about the cancer being gone. She's pleased about not having a mastectomy. He's pleased about not having chemotherapy. She chose our treatment only. And speaking about that another example of our treatment of 76 year old man from South Carolina married Who came with a high P ece 9.8 he had to say was high for several years. And he had a Gleason seven cancer. So, um or aggressive cancer. Gliese seven is more aggressive. Police is how the cancer looks of the microscope. He s a 9.8 and I examined him. And he had this enlarged prostate..
"gleason" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"And then from there, I got into politics and following it, and then eventually getting in the media. It's because the rush Limbaugh that you not only that I got a job on the radio that I even pursued going into media in general. Otherwise, I was gonna be, you know, sports columns forever. But think about Russia was. I'm like you. I would drive somewhere and I'll be listening to him and I would get where I'm going. And I would sit in the parking lot and finished and wait till the commercial. So I went in because I'm like, just really going somewhere with this. So, yeah, appointment listening again, he is and it was easy. It was a comfort thing. A friend of mine. I mean, he's 65, this friend of mine said. It was a comforting thing to hear him on the radio, and you feel a little. I mean, it's a weird thing for a for a grown adult to say. But for millions of Americans, they feel a little less secure a little less comfortable that his voice is on the radio every day anymore, And that's that's something that I mean, that's an emotional That back to where we started that bond that connection that's what so many people just never, ever understood. They just didn't get it. They didn't get it. He never condescended to his audience, right. He connected with them. That's right. And it Clarence Thomas actually officiated his third wedding, which I was like, looking up like little fun tax start rushing about like that's gotta call. Is that Yeah, that's a nice little perks. But he was kind of private overall, you I think what gave him suction Aura was the fact that he never really did interviews. You go on Fox once in a while, but otherwise I never really saw him or do any interviews because I didn't trust probably most people that it would be a fair fair shake. Not only leads to Ari, that's what would get you back to the radio. But he's not over exposed right where he's everywhere it. I already know he's going to say so. Just a little. He's originally from Kansas City, and so am I. And he worked for the Kansas City Royals for a while, he she was in charge of throwing up Ceremony. Well, arranging the ceremonial first pitch in the person that sings the national anthem. That was his gig, and he was there in the eighties during the run of George Brett. And that 85 World Series crew. Hey, got to be very, very good friends, close friends with George Brett. They were best friends till the end. They would go on golf trips on vacation. But Brett was just saying in an interview that the day that when they would vacation it was not like rush wanted to go out and party and dine out of step. What, even when they would vacation, they would bring food in. He was very private. He would rather dine. In, you know they rent a house or something. He would rather have the dinner parties at the residences rather than go out to restaurants and And that sort of thing. He just Yeah. He preferred to be private that way. Yeah, of course. I forget who was being interviewed about this? It may have been call row but said that you know what? Maybe a dinner he'd be more the quiet one of the table. Just kind of listening everybody else and not be. You would think he would be just this. Larger than life figure like a Jackie Gleason kind of type. It takes over the table now that that's not how he was so Yeah. Did you ever meet him? I never met him. I never got to meet him, Did you He might. My only rush story is that he would sometimes from his, you know, stacking from the stack right? That the pile of papers to the Astor prepped he would say, our friend Joe conscience the hill like that's kind of cool, but But sometimes I maybe I'm not listening to me. I'm working. I'm not in my car. My my phone would start blowing up just mentioned you. He said you're a friend of him. I've honestly never met him. I really haven't. And then one time he was critical of me just misunderstood a piece I wrote about him. It wasn't even an opinion piece of the straight news piece. I even forget what itwas then the dead things really got ugly like I'm social media. Like how dare you attack rocks above the one? So I went to his producer who I'm friendly with, at least by email. And I'm like, Hey, getting Cuba if I just talk to Russia, and I'm thinking this understood what I wrote, you know is just like now. I wouldn't know We never give out Russia's veto personal information possible, so no, I never I never met him. But he but he did talk about me and 99% of time. It was good. I was referred to as a friend. So that medical right? It is remarkable when he would mention the show. I mean, he would occasionally with news would be made here on the show in an interview or something, and he would reference it. You're right. My phone would blow up. All all he has to do is say something and a website would crash or your phone would blow up because all he'd have to do is just mention your name. And it was just 27 million people. It was heard everywhere was amazing. Jo Konta, I It was so great talking to you, by the way, please. Never. Ever Where? My team's jersey again in a photo with your Children. Should they make the Super Bowl? Would you please never do that again? You have a terrible track record. I just learned. Yeah, Yeah. So you're going to the Twitter feed Alli horrible thing. You do not that that anything to do with it. But don't don't ever do that anymore. I'll do this in 20 seconds, your producers from panic. Every Super Bowl I wear with my family. Whatever teams are playing, and I own every jersey, right home in a way, By the way on every jersey of everything in the NFL building. I'm starting up. I woke to this Sunday morning before the Super Bowl. I'm scrolling through. I see conscious. Got this cute. I'm wearing the team that I'm picking the day with my kids. And then Okay, go and tell the story, But I see your next tweeting. I'm like, fantastic good, So that might my wife says. You ever knows that you always wear the losing team, My grayling. So I went back and looked right. Ever since I've had kids. We've done this photo and every year I have warned the losing team, whether that the Atlanta Falcons below 28 to 3 lead or that the the Seattle Seahawks that blew a 10 point lead in the fourth quarter to Brady and now this year, Obviously I wore the chief's wife for the Bucks. Son was about my son always played for winning Jersey, which is weird. And Yeah, so On the chief, and then I couldn't run fast enough to the draft kings or handle whatever sponsoring your zones like I get it yet. I gotta go officer to myself. And now I'm gonna go to Cancun for for a couple days. So maybe all the height of the cruises, would you? I will. Tom Cruise I'm actually going with we can cruise so I'm not just saying it may. Thank you, Joe. Of course, Ch alleged contract Joe Contra Media critic of the Hill on Fox News contributor since one Oh 8 50.
"gleason" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Appears, and So she had to have the surgery and she had the surgery and, well, she had the craniotomy just a few weeks ago, and now she's here for treatment because we know that surgery does not get to the roots of the glee. Oh, blast home in general, and she knows that even her surgeon told her there's cancer left behind. And this is the work that we do every day were the first to New York with brain radial surgery when all the other hospitals were doing standard treatment, which means a lot of collateral. Adverse effects on the brain and adverse radiation on the brain were the first to recognize that in the first to bring to you brain radiosurgery, the first to New York with brain radio surgery, and the first New York with fractured brain reduced surgery of the whole package to send you if you want. This woman came because she likes the idea of More precise treatment. She comes every day from Connecticut, and that's what we do. We're giving her achievement for her glioblastoma. We have a book that in DVD about brain cancers and a glioblastoma is a brain cancer. Also, metastases cancers have travel through the bloodstream. To the brain or brain cancers. But those air cancer sort of started elsewhere. So their brain metastases this woman has a brain cancer. Glioblastoma and the Astros Saitama. This is the work that we do every day examined her. She had this craniotomy and she and her son, She is a very devoted son. Was bringing her every day for achievement because you wants the best possible treatment for her. That would have been a man who's also very motivated. Very motivating. 79 years old. He's single, and he had aortic valve replacement as hard as I blood pressure nature from relation it is trying to have after his first p ece first Pierce, I was At age 79 his Pierce. I was more than 10 and a biopsy elsewhere. Shura Gleason nine cancer, he was seen by a doctor in New York urologist. He was scheduled for bone scan and memory. And well, he was going to be given hormone shots. And this is a man who just does not wanna have hormone shots for his prostate cancer. He knows that hormone shots takes away sexual life takes way erections causes hot flashes causes weight gain, You know is this surgery for a Gleason nine cancer success rate is very low. He knows with us. For Gleason, nine cancer, Most likely he'll be successfully treated and we have a book that DVD to send you about prostate cancer. He saw it. He's very motivated. Even with the epidemic. He wants to be treated because they especially because he has this Gleason nine cancer. Prostate cancer..
"gleason" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Learn and pass on the information. That's why it's so important. Listeners save lives you can learn This is a unique show, the only in the world. Looking behind the scenes would like a man from North Carolina. Samantha took Amtrak up from North Carolina, Tomo Hand station walked over a 72 years old. He has two Children, is born in North Carolina lives. North Carolina took the train overnight and stayed in the hotel and walked in her office with high blood pressure and congestive heart failure and cowed and diabetes. And a terrible prostate cancer. They were watching him for years. And his PS. They went from 0.923 Point 8 to 5.6. And he had a biopsy shows Gleason six cancer, and they still didn't treat him in this piece. They went up to 13. And even higher and found to have a high. Gleason score. Gleason eight cancer, So while they were watching him watching, awaiting what is cancer, do it kind of like, so he watching and waiting. You know what cancer does? We all know what cancers as cancer grows, and he went from a Gleason six, which is an average cancer, medium cancer. Gleason, eight, which is a super aggressive cancer and S P ECE doubled and tripled and more while what were they doing there in North Carolina? Well, some of the same things you do here in New York and every other place and that is not treating the patient. Maybe they thought he was too old. Well, he didn't think he was too old and he's here now and I meet him and he wants to live. He wants to live. He wants to be cured. This is the work that we do every day and we staged them up. We got new cat scans and bone scans and memorizes he hadn't had it in years. We staged them up. There was no evidence of disease. And he knows that if you have surgery for ugly snake cancer success rates about 20% with us, the majority of the people are successfully treated. It's a big difference.
"gleason" Discussed on Pantheon
"Extract. If you get a band that's really in step with the material. Some nights are incredible and usually an incredible night is a lot of incredible as opposed to a really good night. Everything is really good but yeah it's really good. This was the album. Or i think everybody got set proper about what it takes to have that once a year. Moment of witness yeah. That's cool do you. Do you have to have an answer to this. But do you consider this your favorite jackson browne album I don't know if it's my favorite. But it's my most pivotal and it's one of those records that it's kind of a true believer moment when i meet somebody in. We're talking if we land on this record and they get it. I know that they're deora. There were real rock and roll texture. And i don't mean that in the keith richards. Way i mean it in. They've given their hard over to the music. They are committed to being on the road. A get what the life is. It's not about self-aggrandizement. It's about the adventure. It's about kind of the way of thought about it is like you can see the the production value going up on pretender. Then you see it in. Its full realization on. Hold out and i feel like we were gifted this like very raw thing between those two. Yeah i think it was very brave record. You know like he was. On the verge. You had john mellencamp in indiana doing the am radio thing. Who have bruce springsteen who is turning into the working class rock and roll euro lead tom. Patty also doing the outsider. Outlier thing you know for the confederate division it and they were all lean artists really good songwriters. Really strong lyricism Even even in the ballots every one of these guys have very very strong sense of rhythm they all kind of suited up and you know really wide for the sonics. Really wound for the cleaning big production. He basically pours perpignan on all of it and throws a couple portable field reporters on a bus and says let's show people with rodas right on super grave super raven olso super generous because everybody wants to run off with the circus. I have a little bit of like skepticism about this kind of thing where someone talks to me about a concept album. If i don't get what they're talking about pretty easily. I think it's a little bit like blowhard like like. You shouldn't have to explain it. this much. To me i think part of the brilliance of this album is like you feel like you're in it like it doesn't it does its job of bringing you into what it's worth trying to take you. Well i think to a concept record is a notion that you have to build out. A documentary is a truth to you capture and that's more accurate description of what this is cinema. Verite it's also. i mean. There was a huge gap between what the rock and roll. Life was and what it looked like kids in their bedroom you know. mtv didn't exist. There wasn't hiding music. There wasn't the real life there wasn't All the talent shows on tv with a jacked up photo reality wasn't entourage So rock and roll was john. Norma's mystery it was something you could read about in cream. Maybe or rolling stone back when journalists really got access but short of that. There isn't a lotta of. that's how it works. I mean this record means so much in. Like i said it's such a secret handshake and it's funny. Even now you'd be shocked at the buses this album terms up on cool right when you have that dark night of the soul this. This is the prayer book atari. If you're just listening at home right hating your job as an accountant for the forty minutes this last your pirate..
"gleason" Discussed on Pantheon
"A pack it up and the past the working for that minimum wage. Another to this record.
"gleason" Discussed on Pantheon
"That's a song that you have no idea how much they wrote beforehand. How much they made up in that bus like. I don't even necessarily care to know. It's always going to feel to me like they set up really late in the bus after. Show the way to new jersey and jammed and you can hear the gears shifting on the on the tour bus it just feels like a perfect little sampling of life on the road that i love that song. It's so at the moment and it so like there is nervousness. You've got off stage and you're so high. And there's all this energy. And i mean the fans are throwing energy you and his energy from interacting and the amplified music and the applause and get on a bus. That's over right in the beauty of it. Is it leaves the people on the bus with you had the same experience. And how do you harness it. How do you ride down. And i think you know the other thing about the song i loved. Is you know a think russ kunkel plays A cardboard box. His russell play snare. Hi hat in a cardboard box with a foot pet as a pathway pedal instead of having you know his big kick drum they get a cardboard box of the bill and you know people sit up new drugs dam and in. I've heard some of the most amazing music i. I worked patty loveless in the nineties on his friends with patty loveless and some of the old bluegrass songs. You would hear song. And the old hymns that were song the dalai porter songs that were song stuff that would never ever ever go on the radio or even record but god she just rip your heart out and the musicians or the so free you know. They could do things that they didn't have latitudes age acts on really. It grabs that reality and pulls it down to me song. I mean so the road the way. The road goes from hotel room to live stage. That's magical and then this song being like actually recorded on a bus more than fifty sixty seventy percent of the time spent running on empty living on the road is actually just driving around in select hearing a song recorded on that about that it. Just it's just so true to the theme of the album you know. That's the other thing. Is it really feels like it for the people at the show right time. Right is totally incredible awesome experience you just. They don't wanna do that. But you don't see this. I want round out with load out and stay and just kind of think a little bit about the. The thing is a whole as we wind down. But i kinda got at a little bit earlier about like to me jackson. Browne is particularly great at starting. His first album with jamaica say you will and ending with my opening. Farewell fills perfect starting say les for the sky with the song for the sky in any was with before the delusion feels perfect to me starting to pretender with the fuse and ending with the song of the pretender like they just feel these things all feel like they really like they book and the packages that all the rest of the songs exist in and this this album to me like starting with running on empty and ending with the load out and stay just as good storytelling. Basically the salman is like storytelling. If we want to call this record cinema which i think is a fair wade was us running on empty sets the stage and it does it. Authentically it does it rhythmically it does it emotionally and you go on the journey and you meet the people and you see the unguarded moments and you using the triumphant moments and you see the conflict in the price paid in. You know if you're going to do all that right. We know nobody gets to live in the high of the encore. That's over in the load out. Is the benediction like everything that we've experienced over the songs this is where he on impacts what it means to be a music man and the reason you suffer the indignities and the reason you put a cage around your heart and the reason that you can look your own disappointments in the eye and soldier on you know. It's it's it's more than getting high In a hotel. Room hiding from greg donnie. It's more than man. David linley does he. Haul ass on that pedal steeler white right. Those things are all incidental very powerful but the truth comes down to a man in a piano and it's time to leave right. It's all over. There is no more music to be had here. And as compelling as is jackson guitar. I just think him at a p hanno. He's very spare player. he's not flashy. He's not somebody who's gonna dazzle you with his technique. He.
"gleason" Discussed on Pantheon
"The other thing that didn't exactly talk about but it's true. Is you know. The dynamics are as much a star as danny coach mar or the way criteria plays. He's especially yami when he plays a grand piano. You know they have such presence but one of the things about the road that just leveled made the first time. I heard it when we go down to pinehurst north carolina for spring training. Out of cleveland. You get into these these these long stretches where sometimes all you could get would be. Am radio and it would be west virginia and berry hillbilly and You know that appalachia emptiness which the way david lindley plays the fiddle at the top of the road total holler music in a man when you hear the way people. They're raised on that music. Play fit all. It's every emotion in the rainbow but that really hollow really sad really empty thing. It's it's got a an emptiness the can crawl around it and david nailed it and then you know the dynamic of that like you said you have that aca. We hotel room. It's so dry it so uh suspended animation and then it's so heroic roles into the concert hall and it's swells up. It really is the rash of of walking on stage. So you get that beeri. Physical sense of the trade off. I think one of the are the sequencing things that i found. Sort of thrilling is shaky. Town is a little bit that caffeine and speed version of david bowie and ground control to major tom. I was listening to at and i just remember thinking. It was that same disassociation. Then you go from that. Very literal to love needs a heart which is result. It's lowell george and valerie carter. That's double wow stone's throw that record still drops me buddies so you know. And they're all students of the human condition in order to pursue the dream. I have to get on the bus. I have to go to the studio. I have to go to the next thing to me today. Listening to it. I thought god. What a brave songs right. That's like a song talking about like ability to love in the context of life on the road life life in endless motion basically the ability to not hurt innocent. Bystander.
"gleason" Discussed on Pantheon
"Get take you more little less of it. I won t would it is tate. Takes it clear you mean texas clermont at clermont not clear mine you end that side of the record with that those people talking and like it's a reminder that you're really looking behind the scenes of a tour on this you know and then you flip it you kind of shudder. You know. it's like you end. Act one n curtain right and you're going oh crap and the the second voices. David linley right absolutely. This does feel like an unvarnished low cat life on the road. But you're still making a decision after the fact whether you wanna keep that in you know. It's very easy to clip that right off. It and the song ends will be done. Are we got this song. Recording hotel room about cocaine but to to have that afterward. You're choosing to leave that in as part of basically this album in the form of a documentary kind of i can't imagine him. Gus seeing it up. If you will. I i appreciate it. I think it's yeah it's like a one of the interviews. I had is like you can see him sort of like diarist. And it's like i'm telling you about this like if i'm telling you about this i'm gonna tell you about it when i got to college I got turned onto the white album and slouching to bethlehem joan did. Yeah and you know the way. She in the way she sliced in she also. Connor sliced emotions. Even she may be wasn't an emotional writer. And i remember she really put me back into this record. You know it was a big deal. And she was california and and then in talking to him. He didn't like extreme ing moments. But he also believed in the poorest -ness of real life any wasn't looking at glazing anything over to make it either prettier or sexier it was. It was an interesting conversation. And i think i was twenty and and i think to cocaine. I don't know that he would have taken the honking up. Those lines Off the record or the extroverts that he in glen for. I wrote because that would have been the truth. But i think that's true about a lot of his music cross the boards absolutely and he understood the talk based on who he was he needed to talk to people who get you know this is a this is somewhat. I should pay attention to. This is someone who's not just a power could turn of phrase. This is a person of integrity and if we can go back to the you love the thunder hold that thought for a second if i step away for like thirty seconds and come back. I needed more okay. Would you hearing now is a commercial for this podcast on this podcast because when i want to thank everyone who has reached out. It's been really gratifying to do this. But it's extra cool knowing that it's a shared space for other people who care about this stuff. Also we're nearing a point. Where i don't have the episodes prerecorded so after next week's holdout episode. I'm gonna take a week off. I'm going to run a short conversation with my friend ryan page. Who was on the forevermore episode. We're both gonna share our favorite jackson. Browne song each and we invite you to do the same. You can go to anchor dot fm slash after the daily news. There's a button there. Click and leave an audio message. Just tell us your favorite song. Save why you love it. And we'll add it to the podcast. I also made a march madness style bracket of jackson browne songs that you can subject yourself to if you want to a warn you. It's fun but also kind of annoying because you're basically pitting songs against each other but if you go to again anchor. Fm slash after the daily news. There's a link to that. They're lastly. I have some emails out for guests who might be great to talk about lives in the balance and world in motion. Those are the two albums that i know least about. And i want to have someone on who knows about the album's and be has the sense of the politics of that moment because clearly those albums are getting it that you can email me at justin cox. Twenty two at g. Mail dot com. If you wanna talk about possibly being guest on that as i said. I have some emails out. So it's possible. We'll get booked. But i'd love to hear from you. If you think you might be interested in joining you can reach out directly to me on twitter at cox justin. Comex j. u. s. t. i n. And now back to holly gleason and running on empty artists who endure maybe sal last. But they do it over a longer period of time. John prime is the is the perfect example of someone that could go out selects malia visitors sal out wolf trap by those people he's oxygen in those songs are their life and i think what john prime in jackson browne have in common is a very deep compassionate understanding of the human condition i think jackson can look internally and in a pretty aware way back difficult emotions where john tended look ex charlie and tell the stories of other people's conflicts but they both had big four chambered hearts and they both brought everything they had in those hearts to those songs. There's a parallel there that they're both doing. So in basically the most like trustworthy authentic way naked you know john ryan etc the eyes of clown there is a yael trust in the human condition to stand as vulnerable and bear as both of them have for an entire career. What are the things about. You love the thunder and there were a couple of things that really struck me. First of all you'll leland sklar figured out how to create this base part that was so present melodic player and he's very good at moving to beat forward without knocking over the head but his part on this was it had that that rumble of summer thunder and then when russ kunkel. Gist comes down. So hard on the toms and the symbols. I mean it's like being at your grandmother's house when you're little and the storm hits and those two guys created something that underscored what was really a song about.
Making datasets inclusive from the ground up
"Now more than ever. We're relying on technology to do. Our work go to school get healthcare and just be with people. We can't otherwise visit but technology is only useful. If it's accessible and right now microsoft's Lard says we are in a data desert. What's missing is representation of people with disabilities in the data sets and models that power. The cutting edge. Ai features in all kinds of technology experiences ballade leads microsoft accessibility innovation program which recently partnered with several organizations to create more inclusive collections of data take facial recognition for example. Some people with ls find that i tracking is the best way to interact with the computer but in order for computer cameras to track a user's is it needs to i find their face that facial recognition piece today doesn't do a great job for the realistic experience of people with significant mobility disabilities. Maybe there's a breathing tube. Maybe they have Droopy eyelids some sort of facial feature. that doesn't get recognized. Accurately with sort of generic mainstream facial recognition so as one of those partnerships. Microsoft is working with the nonprofit team gleason to get more pictures of people with ls looking at their computer to better train ai models the intention is to make technology in general more accessible and more inclusive people with disabilities. The only way that that works in a holistic sense is if people with disabilities are included in the entire process right. We have this This phrase that we we try and avoid doing things quote unquote four people with disabilities and we want to prioritize doing things with people with disabilities or amplifying activities from or by people with disabilities. The more diverse. The workforce is the more inclusive. The products will be that are created from the workforce. I'm glad you brought that up because this is an issue that's come up quite a bit in the conversations that we've had on this show around tech in disability where people tell us that accessibility needs to be part of designed from the beginning rather than a fix later on. How much of your work and microsoft's work more. Broadly is fixing problems versus what you just mentioned those from the ground up being involved in the process. We have proven time and time. Again that when people with disabilities are part of the design and development of our features of our apps they are more meaningful to our customer base to our employee base who uses these products and services and doing more frequently requires that we have to really invest in our inclusive hiring efforts of people with disabilities how we recruit talent and also how we guide employees throughout their career journey whether it's at microsoft or other companies right inclusive hiring is not just one companies opportunity. It's the entire. Your workforce is opportunity to bring in the best talent into the areas of employment where we need. We need people. The most
Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 16
"Or Bose Davidson whatever you. WanNa call it Yeah and the reason why I chose this is my second film. Today is because Bows Davidson, our boas whatever you WANNA call him. I think, I think you're right. But he also directed the last American Virgin Okay with a girl from twin peaks with the girl from twin peaks and Diane Franklin as well. But if you look down on that list also, Brian Peck, who was the director of the willies the writer and director is also in last American Virgin while and that was not planned I did not follow this movie to get to that movie somehow it just happened to have a weird coincidence. Weird Yeah I had no idea that Scuz- wrote directed at those crazy but it's the only thing they ever let him do. So right at that. Okay. You're done bows or boas whatever you WANNA call him and we gotta find out we really do the sky has been around for awhile. He's produced a ton of films the other to the Golan Globus skies probably just like Oh yeah. They just mountains of cocaine just we'll see what we can put together He directed a movie called Hot Bubblegum. Not Even GonNa read it sounds disgusting in his producing credits you're you're looking at all. A Weird Shit Ya. I don't know where to start. But a lot of horror stuff to walk pos spiders to breeding ground. replicant which I think we've talked about before that. Now that was a van Damme movie yeah. No Code of conduct that is a Golan Globus film. Okay. Sure. Yeah. And hold on a second holy Shit Sorry. Should not have brought that up no code of conduct was written and directed by Bret Michaels of poison. Why? I shouldn't have clicked on that Charlie Sheen and Martin. Shane marked the Costas. I'm sorry. Paul gleason courtney gains I should not click on that I. Apologize Everyone please just fast forward this podcast for another three or four minutes because I'm not going to be able to stop talking about this for a few. So just fast forward and. Put like a child walk on it or. Bret michaels. You should be should be ashamed of your so I should. But there's a ton of movies that this guy did but he also did a bunch of the Rambeau Shit I. Mean he produced I thought they were like three or four Rambos, but there's so much shit. I'm Kinda blind with how much has on there's probably five ramble. and. I could beginning him mixed up with somebody else to you now disregard this. I'm glad we don't have to try to say his name anymore the x
'Mr. 80 Percent,' An Intimate Portrayal Of Surviving Prostate Cancer
"We're talking about prostate cancer why we don't talk about it because of issues like incontinence, impotence, men's private parts, and so forth I'm joined by Boston Globe Mark Shanahan who is out with a new podcast Mr Eighty percent, which tells the very personal story about his own prostate cancer and a warning again to listeners, we are talking a very frankly about this disease about sexual function and so on and so forth, and so this might not be suitable for younger listeners. We just want to put that warning out there. mark I want to talk a little bit about how this diagnosis it didn't just affect you affected your loved ones too. So your audio, your daughter Julia was in junior high when you were first diagnosed. So I want to hear a little bit of the two of you talking in episode one of Mr Eighty percent. I think I just took it to like. Like he actually died I would basically lose my best friend. This is my daughter Julia she's in college. Now they say like we're not your best friend like where your parents by. Having. Cancer means you get a preview of what your kid might say at your funeral. You're the funniest person I've ever met I. Think one of the most supportive and hardworking people I've ever met and. I also think you one of the most intense people I've ever met and you have a very impressive career, and so I always like looked up to that and by impressive you mean I have talked to Bj. Novak. You took me to Taylor concert. She gave me her bracelet, right? So. So that's a cut from Mr Eighty percent I'm here with Mr, with Shanahan and mark that's really touching moment. But say a little more about that because you make this, you spend a lot of time in this podcast talking about. The effect that this has on your entire family, and by the way the way your wife stepped up in heroic ways and supported you and this is a huge theme about in this story. It's true Anthony that You know you just can't anticipate something like this and and again it's the nature of this disease that you know. This was something that as my surgeon says, at some point in the podcast, you know when you're when you're treating. Prostate cancer patient, you're really treating the couple. And So Michelle had a heavy lift Michelle, your wife correct. I should say right Michelle. My Wife. And she was Extraordinary and But so it's a learning process. For she and then in terms of our children. You well, I Beckett we would like to get back into the podcast but your son as fifty s fifteen year old boy now and You know we wanted him to say, well, we're going to have to talk about our penises and that was. He he just wasn't willing to go there. So again, it's it is. You know we say in the podcast that you get the cancer but everybody's life changes and you know I I don't think that unless you go through something like this, you can really appreciate what that means but I. Certainly do i WanNa talk a little bit about Get get you to talk a little bit about the course of treatment that you opted to follow. So so walk us through first of all the options that you had to consider. When you were first diagnosed well. So we want to also say that because prostate cancer. So slow growing and because many men who are diagnosed are much older I think that people should think very very carefully before embarking on any treatment that there is something called active surveillance, which means we watch it we pay attention to it. And but but. For Myself I was young I had two kids. I had forty years may be to live and. I had a gleason score, which is a score after they give you your biopsy and take a look at what's happening they grade basically of the severity of the intensity of your cancer in mind was seven. Out of ten that's considered to be intermediate I guess you know the options for me were to watch it to have surgery. Or to a radiate my prostate and. In, the end there have been enormous advances in the treatment of prostate cancer over just thirty years. If I had gotten prostate cancer fifty years ago. I. would be rough rough rough. And not just for me every man who had a prostatectomy which is surgical procedure to remove your prostate. before nine, hundred, eighty, two, left the hospital impotent every single Guy which is just incredible to me because nineteen eighty two is not that long ago. Right, it is incredible. So you went for the surgery but I did but that wasn't the end of your ordeal surgery. It turns out we learned didn't get all the cancer. So you had to go back and sign up for pretty radical course of hormone therapy, and this is really the most excruciating part of your journey to read into here about you describe it essentially as a kind of. Chemical. Castration. Well. Indeed and I don't just describe it that way. That's in fact what it is It removes the testosterone from your body and the reason that we do that is because it's the thing that feeds the cancer prostate cancer. Grows Thanks to to Saas thrown. So if you removed from your body to cells cancer cells week in some cases they die and then when they're at their weakest blast them with radiation. The problem is that when you take a testosterone out of a man's body it is a as you say excruciating I became a different person. ahead you know the the euphemism is mood swings. I didn't have mood swings had a I had tantrums and I will say that I was on the phone this morning, the guy who listened to the first three episodes of the podcast and. He. said, he'd never talked to anybody about his course blueprint and he was arrested he actually got arrested. Because a parking garage. because. He could he he got completely out of control. So it's scary. And and you know now as I sit here. There's you know at this surgery if if the prostate cancer should return, there is no surgery there is no radiation. Those are no longer alternatives. and. The prospect of more loop ron or any kind of hormone therapy is really terrifying
Retired judge says court should reject DOJ move to drop Flynn case
"A court appointed judge has reviewed the justice department's request to drop the Michael Flynn case calling the move quote an abuse of power retired judge John Gleeson called it highly irregular for the justice department to try to drop the criminal charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn it was only done he said to benefit a political ally of the president Gleason was appointed by the trial judge to oppose the request that came after the justice department to side of the F. B. I. lacked a valid reason to investigate Flynn Gleason said there was irrefutable evidence Flynn perjured himself as he's pleaded guilty to doing any should be
Justice Department showed 'gross abuse of prosecutorial power' in Michael Flynn case, court-appointed arbiter says
"Flynn former U. S. district judge John Gleeson accuses the bar justice department of gross abuse of prosecutorial power on behalf of the presidential ally for requesting the government's case against plan to be dropped Gleason argues that U. S. district judge Emmet Sullivan should deny the motion to dismiss and that he should find Flynn liable for criminal perjury for withdrawing his original plea with a penalty to be handed down a final sentencing with the case now
Retired judge calls effort to drop case against ex-Trump adviser 'gross abuse' of power
"And the retired judge appointed to review the criminal case against president trump's former national security adviser says the justice department's attempt to dismiss the charges amounts to abuse the power sees Erica thirsty with more tired judge John Gleeson accused the justice department of a gross abuse of prosecutorial power his opposition motion called the government's attempt to drop the charges against Michael Flynn highly irregular conduct to benefit a political ally of the president Gleason said Flynn indeed committed perjury and deserves punishment the justice department said it could no longer prove Flynn knowingly and willfully made a false statement when he was interviewed by the FBI a clean Gleason called preposterous Erin cutters he ABC
The carnivorous woman a saga from Charles Darwin to Wheatbelt Western Australia (Part 2)
"They gleason gleason and and CREPE CREPE and and climb climb and and snap snap end. end. They They feed feed off off flesh. flesh. Flies Flies Matz Matz any any culinary culinary delight delight by intrepid? by intrepid? Natasha Natasha Mitchell Mitchell back back in the in world's the world's hotspot hotspot for for carnivorous carnivorous plants plants or Western or Western Australia Australia last last week. Show week. Show sit sit sane. sane. Well Well today. today. It's a It's tile a tile full full of twists of twists and and tendrils. tendrils. Yes Yes Trust Trust Sarah. Sarah. I can I all can over all the over world. the world. I just bought I just another bought another one. Sorry one. Sorry wearies wearies Navan. Navan. I I have devoted have devoted much much time time to a to class a class of plants of plants that seemed that seemed to have to reversed have reversed regular regular order order of nature of nature and and like avengers like avengers of of Kingdom Kingdom have turned have turned upon upon animals animals incarcerating incarcerating and finally and finally killing killing them them whether whether the plants the plants are really are really hungry hungry and entrapped and entrapped the animals the animals for food for food or whether or whether it is only it is only an example an example of the of wanton the wanton destructiveness destructiveness of nature. of nature. I leave I leave the Rita the Rita to judge. to judge. Mary Mary treat treat eighteen eighteen eighty eighty five five throughout throughout history. history. The great The great botanical botanical artists artists have have often often been been women women but but many many of them of them infect infect scientists scientists to to just just without without the endorsement the endorsement of of the botanical the botanical establishment establishment which which often often shunned shunned or or ignored ignored them. them. The pint The pint brush brush deemed deemed more more appropriate appropriate tool tool for for lady lady than a than microscope. a microscope. I guess I botany guess botany has always has always being being an interesting an interesting one one because because I suppose I suppose that that the study the study of of flowers flowers and plants and plants historically historically was was maybe maybe seen seen in a bit in more a bit more of a of a suitable suitable for for for women for women feminine feminine because because of flowers of flowers and that and sort that of sort thing of thing but still but still it it it was it still was still also also quite quite male dominated. male dominated. I guess I in guess terms in terms of the of the scholars scholars in that in field that field throughout throughout history. history. Well Well one one determined determined woman woman on a farm on a farm in in way way belt Western. belt Western. Australia Australia defied defied the the odds odds and changed and changed the world the world sore. sore. Australia's Australia's incredible incredible carnivorous carnivorous plants plants and and listened listened to artists to artists so so with Laura with Laura Skates Skates botanical botanical scientists scientists doing doing her PhD her PhD on canvas on canvas plants. plants. Right Right now now I am I taking am taking you down. you down. Bush Bush trial trial in in pursuit pursuit of her of story. her story. Oh Oh is that is that it. it. Yup Yup Oh Oh cute cute so this so is this actually is actually one of one the climbing of the climbing ones ones that I was that just I was talking just talking about about so so new new sixty sixty centimeters centimeters long long and it's and just it's just spreading spreading out of out embankment. of embankment. He He and a and lot more a lot of more them of them seem seem to have to caught have caught prey prey on this on one. this I one. think I think it might it be might dresser. be dresser. 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Two TON. folio Two folio which which he did he a lot did of a lot his of experiments his experiments on on so he so would he put would different put different things things on the on leaves the leaves like like for example for example he would he put would put a a piece of piece sand of sand orbit orbit of gloss of gloss and not and really not really see see any any reaction reaction but if but you put if you something put something like like little little piece piece of EG of EG or or some some meat meat juices juices suddenly suddenly the plant the plant would have would reaction have reaction to that to that and and the tentacles the tentacles would start would start to wrap to around wrap around so so what he what basically he basically showed. showed. Is that Is these that plants these plants are reacting are reacting to to is that is that have have not not gene or gene protein or protein in in them them so so the plants. the plants. 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I I go go back back to to Dahlan's Dahlan's original original studies studies and and some of some his of original his original thoughts thoughts and ideas and ideas things things that that with with testing testing to this to day this day and and so he so really he really liked the liked groundwork the groundwork for for set the set foundation the foundation full full of Verse of Plant Verse Plant Research Research But one But American one American woman woman was on was the on case the case of carnivorous of carnivorous plants. plants. Around Around the same the time same time as Darwin. as Darwin. I will I give will you give my you observations my observations on draw. on draw. Sarah Sarah would would have escaped have escaped the notice the notice of botanists of botanists and she and she struck struck up a up correspondence a correspondence with Darwin with Darwin in a in series a series of letters of letters from from eighteen. eighteen. Seventy Seventy one one four four years years before before he got he to got publishing to publishing his his influential influential on on insect insect diverse diverse plants. plants. I had I two had two or three or three species species of of plants plants growing growing window window ornaments ornaments and soon and soon saw saw the deal the deal on the on folio the folio was a was flytrap a flytrap of considerable. of considerable. Palo Palo when it comes when it to comes to reverse reverse plants plants one of the one best of the women best women that I that I kind kind of came of came across across in my in my studies studies was was Mary Mary trait trait and I and came I across came across her her because because he he in Child in Child Allen's Allen's book book insectivores insectivores plants. plants. There was There a little was a foot little foot art art that talked that talked about about what what Mary Mary Trait Trait had done had done to to contribute contribute to to that particular that particular chapter chapter and I and thought I thought wow. wow. Who's Who's Mrs Mrs Trait? Trait? I WANNA I find WANNA find out more out about more about her her de Madame. de Madame. Your observations Your observations and experiments and experiments on the on sexes the sexes of butterflies. of butterflies. Far Far the best the best as far as far as known as known to me to me which which have have ever ever been been made made said. There's said. a great There's a great letter. letter. Where Where don don thanks? thanks? Mary Mary trait trait for some for some observations observations on dresser. on dresser. I am I glad am glad to hear to hear your observations. your observations. On Dresser On Dresser will will be be published. The unlucky fly a common housefly. Would no sooner be caught by the sticky? Glands of it would've once commenced to fold about its victims. It folded from the apex to the stem of the lake. After the manner of its nation closer and closer it held the poor flying embrace until it ceased its struggles when it soon became partly absorbed by the plant. Professor Gray will give my observations on this planned in his new edition of how plants grow was most respectfully Mrs Mary. Treat New Jersey December. Twenty eight hundred seventy one. I have attended to this subject during several years and have almost manuscript enough to make a volume but have never yet found time to publish. I am very much obliged. You'RE COURTEOUS LEGEND AND REMAIN DIM Adam yours faithfully. Charles Darwin January five eighteen seventy two.
The carnivorous woman a saga from Charles Darwin to Wheatbelt Western Australia (Part 2)
"They gleason and CREPE and climb and snap end. They feed off flesh. Flies Matz any culinary delight by intrepid? Natasha Mitchell back in the world's hotspot for carnivorous plants or Western Australia last week. Show sit sane. Well today. It's a tile full of twists and tendrils. Yes Trust Sarah. I can all over the world. I just bought another one. Sorry wearies Navan. I have devoted much time to a class of plants that seemed to have reversed regular order of nature and like avengers of Kingdom have turned upon animals incarcerating and finally killing them whether the plants are really hungry and entrapped the animals for food or whether it is only an example of the wanton destructiveness of nature. I leave the Rita to judge. Mary treat eighteen eighty five throughout history. The great botanical artists have often been women but many of them infect scientists to just without the endorsement of the botanical establishment which often shunned or ignored them. The pint brush deemed more appropriate tool for lady than a microscope. I guess botany has always being an interesting one because I suppose that the study of flowers and plants historically was maybe seen in a bit more of a suitable for for women feminine because of flowers and that sort of thing but still it it was still also quite male dominated. I guess in terms of the scholars in that field throughout history. Well one determined woman on a farm in way belt Western. Australia defied the odds and changed the world sore. Australia's incredible carnivorous plants and listened to artists so with Laura Skates botanical scientists doing her PhD on canvas plants. Right now I am taking you down. Bush trial in pursuit of her story. Oh is that it. Yup Oh cute so this is actually one of the climbing ones that I was just talking about so new sixty centimeters long and it's just spreading out of embankment. He and a lot more of them seem to have caught prey on this one. I think it might be dresser. A Men's Eli address or Krant though. Draw ceramic cram throw or the bridal rainbow with its little sunlight sticky leaves hence the name. Sanju it was a man English naturalist and Biologist Charles Darwin nonetheless who is a first credited with helping us understand that coniferous plants lived off flesh. His particularly interested in is a European species. Coatdress ERA TON. Two folio which he did a lot of his experiments on so he would put different things on the leaves like for example he would put a piece of sand orbit of gloss and not really see any reaction but if you put something like little piece of EG or some meat juices suddenly the plant would have reaction to that and the tentacles would start to wrap around so what he basically showed. Is that these plants are reacting to is that have not gene or protein in them so the plants. I almost instantaneously. They know not. That's a be the sand economy that cheese. I eight that yeah exactly so you know. They don't waste any energy wrapping around something. That's not going to be nutritious day instead. Wraparound when it's going to be something that will give them a good boost of nitrogen. I mean even in my PhD thesis. I go back to Dahlan's original studies and some of his original thoughts and ideas things that with testing to this day and so he really liked the groundwork for set the foundation full of Verse Plant Research But one American woman was on the case of carnivorous plants. Around the same time as Darwin. I will give you my observations on draw. Sarah would have escaped the notice of botanists and she struck up a correspondence with Darwin in a series of letters from eighteen. Seventy one four years before he got to publishing his influential on insect diverse plants. I had two or three species of plants growing window ornaments and soon saw the deal on the folio was a flytrap of considerable. Palo when it comes to reverse plants one of the best women that I kind of came across in my studies was Mary trait and I came across her because he in Child Allen's book insectivores plants. There was a little foot art that talked about what Mary Trait had done to contribute to that particular chapter and I thought wow. Who's Mrs Trait? I WANNA find out more about her de Madame. Your observations and experiments on the sexes of butterflies. Far the best as far as known to me which have ever been made said. There's a great letter. Where don thanks? Mary trait for some observations on dresser. I am glad to hear your observations. On Dresser will be
Summer Wildflowers With Carol Gracie
"I asked when we spoke I. Don't know a few years back upon the publication of your book spring wildflowers of the Northeast The sub pad on the cover of the new book. summer book as on the old one, says unnatural history and I'd like to know what that means. Tell people what that means. Well. It means looking beyond just the beauty of the flowers and learning about how they fit into the environment. And what their importance is to insects or birds or other animals? And sometimes to other plants as well. So, I like people to know how these plants work in the environment. What their what their roles are. You encourage us. I think in the tax in the preface of the book you encourage us when we're looking at Alzheimer's to almost act as a as a burder does when watching birds yeah. Yeah I do because it's not just checking off that you've seen a Canada Lily for example. Or you've seen. Have Sparrow. It's really observing what organism is doing. And there are still things to be learned about even our local wildflowers. That, have not been observed because people just think well, they're common. They've been here forever. Anything that is known about the must be must be written already. But yet if you just take the time and patience to sit there and watch, you could discover something new. And you'll discover something interesting. Fit Your your book in the title and Zeroes in on the northeast, but we should say where that is because it's not a small area, the northeast in terms of ripe. Thank you for doing that. I'm using the concept that was used in gleason and Cronquist, which is the manual for vascular plants of the Northeast and his concept of the north. East goes from southern Canada. Down along more or less than Mississippi River down to. Northern Missouri and across into Kentucky. And So it's a big area I've. Had People say oh I'm from Virginia I'm I'm sorry? I can't buy that book because it doesn't have any of my plants in. But these plans are awesome. Ranging and many of them are in the Midwest and in the. Northern part of the south as well. so for example one. That's in the book. I don't know how you managed to choose I. Mean because there's a lot of plants out there in that regional area that are bloom in the summer from early. To late. But you. You picked A. How many are there in the bucket their third year? Omni Arthur There are more there about thirty five, I, think. More than that, because in some chapters I cover many more than one species. Of Related Species for instance. Right, so for instance you chose Common Milkweed, and there are other milkweed Zvi chose common milkweed, and that is over a far wider range than what we just talked about. Right and that goes even beyond the. Northeast Important! For many reasons, I'm sure all of your listeners are familiar with the milkweed monarch story, but it has many other interactions with other insects in particular. Right make it fascinating to me. So. Let's talk a little bit about that. The species is so it's a sleepiest. Dhia Syria which may sound surprising because it indicates that it comes from Syria. But in fact, that goes back to a mistake that was made back in the sixteen hundreds. When this plant was first brought back to European. To describe. And they it as being the same as a plant that had been discovered in Syria. And thus they lump it into that same species, which is opossums, Syriac Him And, when lineas realized that it was a different. Genus that it was far different from a possum. He'd put it into a different genus asleep, but by the rules of botanical nomenclature he had to keep the the second part of the name, the specific epithet.
Wildfires could exacerbate water shortages
"As the climate warms the western. Us faces more intense wildfires water shortages and is one problem gets worse so good the other. Kelly's into Portland. State University says that after a wildfire snow that falls in the burned area melts faster and earlier in the spring when a forest burns the canopy tends to get burned away and so there's less shading on the snow. Pack and more sunlight does makes its way through the canopy to snow surface. What's more burned? Trees Slough off and black bits of bark and needles those particles darken the snowpack surface and because the snowpack is darker absorbs a lot more that additional sunlight energy gleason or team have found that on average snowpack disappears five days earlier on forest that have burned. She says the effect persists for at least a decade following a the fire occurrence. So it's extensive and it's persistent across the West many communities depend on slowly melting snowpack for water during the dry season so if the snow melts too fast. It can mean dry conditions in months to come.
Senior Democrat Lewis calls for impeachment proceedings against Trump
"Even as president trump continues to deny doing anything wrong in a phone call with Ukraine's president I think is ridiculous it's a witch on fox's Jerry helper and is live on Capitol Hill allegations president trump pressured Ukraine's government to open an investigation into Joe Biden's family is now opening up support for impeachment from house Democrats we would never find the truth unless we used a Paul will give in to the house of representatives. and a house loan Georgia Democrat John Lewis says he now supports impeachment proceedings Lewis is an influential senior Democrat several freshman Democrats many from districts one by president trump in twenty sixteen are also adding their names to the list of impeachment supporters house speaker Nancy Pelosi is meeting later today with every house Democrats Gleason Jerry part of the focus now is on aid to Ukraine put on hold in the days leading up to that phone call the president says that was part of his ongoing push for other countries to
Disney responds to heiress' claims about worker conditions: 'We won't let this stand'
"Others Abigail Disney if you miss this is as you want under cover on a visit to Disneyland or Disney world and that all the horror stories in the people who work there is with a horrible company it is an she's one of the heirs to the Disney fortune and because the CEO of Disney made like sixty million dollars last year and she thinks that you go to the workers in on from there but she he actually said she talked to employees of Disney who are forced to forage for food out of dumpsters in full and and garbage trucks well no you're not number one their minimum wages fifteen an hour about double what the national minimum wage would be and I think the average worker makes twenty dollars an hour at Disney world and she made all these allegations and typically they don't respond to them something that ridiculous but Disney decided that her comments were particularly egregious plus her last name is Disney agree just exaggerations is it is widely reported stunt is a gross unfair exaggeration of the fax the not only is a misrepresentation but also an insult to the thousands of employees who are part of the Disney community we strongly disagree with this characterization of our employees and their experience a Disney so again the averages nineteen fifty an hour they also programs a pay for you to a to earn a degree offers benefits including subsidized childcare leave policies acts as the pharmacies and clinics on site no she's not involved in day to day operations of Disney but just this thought process among some out there that because the company makes a lot of money they should pay their employees that much more make some people say about Walmart will say about Disney will say about anybody but I mean it really doesn't work that way I've used this example before let's say we all of us live on the same street in houses that are pretty comparable on lots that are pretty comparable and we all cut our grass until one day this guy comes along Danny believes that he says you know what if you get my get the whole neighborhood I'll cut everybody's get grass for twenty Bucks a week and you say okay Michael hold on the my molar somebody else to do this for twenty Bucks a week so everybody's paying twenty Bucks a week until he finds out that you Danny Gleason make a lot of money no yards the same size everybody else's your is the same job as you'd be doing somewhere else but he comes to you and says but I didn't know you at all this extra money for you it's thirty five dollars use a thirty five dollars the same job that you're doing across the street the same job you're doing next door why would I pay thirty five dollars a bales pays twenty because I make more money or I got a bonus Obama is there is no reason if that's a twenty dollar job it's a twenty dollar job and whatever it is that you're doing if in the market around here whatever you do whether you're an accountant my guess is not aware you go for a job you might work for somebody who's tightwad and make less and leave and go somewhere else but typically an accountant in Cincinnati with ex number of years and the same degree is going to make about the same amount of money it's and you might make more if you're in Seattle more if you're in San Francisco but here that's what that job pays and about what you do for a living here it's likely going to be on a par for what that job pays here regardless of whether your company's again about to go broke or had their greatest year ever goes back to all of you know the the analogy of get the grass cut you don't pay more just because you have more your local grocery store almost on a gallon milk is ten Bucks for you because you make more money to be no point in making more money if everything costs more because you made more money there'd be no point to it so yeah ms Disney here just because and he's pointing out how much more money the employees would have gotten if if he took whatever ten grand instead of sixty grand and yes they would but they be making a lot more than the people at the other theme parks such as universal right across town and if you're a character Disney Disney you probably make the same as a character across town at universal and what you do it's probably comparable in Orlando Florida maybe it's more Los Angeles a Disney land at the Disney world because cost of living is
Judge strikes down Trump's offshore drilling decision
"Arctic judge Sharon Gleason, says President Trump exceeded his authority when he reversed ban on offshore drilling in vast parts of the Arctic Ocean and dozens of canyons and the Atlantic Ocean that ruling Friday throughout Mr. Trump's April two thousand seventeen executive order that overturned the ban implemented by former President Obama police instead presidents have the power under federal law to remove certain lands from development, but could not revoke those
Judge restores Obama-era drilling ban in Arctic
"A US judge in Alaska says President Trump exceeded his authority when he reversed a ban on offshore drilling. In vast parts of the Arctic Ocean in dozens of Kenyans in the Atlantic Ocean. Judge darren. Gleason tossing out Trump's executive order that overturned the ban implemented by the Obama administration. The drilling bans a key part of Obama's environmental legacy. Trump reverse them in April of two thousand seventeen a message left today for the department of Justice not returned. Gleason says presidents have the power under federal law to remove certain lands from development, but could not revoke the removals good rolling says Nathan manual of the Sierra Club, especially when it comes to the Arctic ice used to be frozen year round there. But now it breaks up in the summertime, and so you have large chunks of ice tumbling through the ocean throughout the summer and the spring, and so there's ice blocks could damage an oil rig or damage, an oil tanker were damage and oil pipeline. Manuel also notes the judge has also ruled against the administration's attempt to build a road through some sensitive Alaskan
U.S. judge strikes down land swap for road through Alaska wildlife refuge
"A federal court judge says Trump administration plans for a road through a national wildlife refuge in Alaska, violates federal law and order today by US district court judge Sharon Gleason, halts plans for the road through Isan Beck national wildlife refuge near the tip of the Alaska peninsula. The refuge encompasses internationally recognized habitat for migrating waterfowl, the village of king cove and Alaska state officials want the road for land access to an all-weather airport at the nearby community of cold bay judge Gleeson ruled that. A a swap of refuge land for private land signed by former interior secretary Ryan Zinke was illegal. She said federal law required. The administration to acknowledge it was reversing previous policy and provide an explanation
Angus King to begin radiation treatment for residual prostate cancer
"Men will get prostate cancer one in twenty three will die of prostate cancer. This is the man he's a father of four who was diagnosed eight years ago with prostate cancer Gleason, eight nine prostate cancer had no treatment he was fearful unsecured. You refused all treatment. He was diagnosed at one of the super pooper big hospitals at which time has PSA was nine. He was seen by a variety. Doctors. See I saw him three years ago. He had some low back pain yet some symptoms. He was waking up at night to urinate yet. Some pelvic pain he was spending hundreds of dollars a month on concoctions on ozone Animas antioxidants, and it didn't work and I saw him I told him. Wow. You have a Gleason nine cancer, you have high risk factors to die from this cancer. And well, I didn't see him after I I saw him and see him for another year. And then he came back. And I said, well, why did you come back? He said, well, he tried another year doubled up antioxidants anthem Animas, acupuncture, ozone layer, true, all kinds of things mega vitamins antioxidants. Nothing worked his PSA had dabbled. So imagine that his all those Matt. Listens. And these fed thousands and thousands of dollars in his PSA doubled. Which means that the cancer even grew faster. There's actually data showing that people take all the concoctions in their body. The body's not a garbage yard. It can't deal with all those concoctions and pills in the body all those vitamins, and that toxins to just can't deal with it. It's like we used to throw the garbage in the ocean. And after a while the garbage should just wash ashore because the ocean wasn't endless in the body's not endless while this man through endless garbage in his body is PSA doubled. He came to us. He got traded. And
How a Tiny Bank From the Ozarks Got Big and Outpaced Wall Street
"Bank of the ozarks i confess even as a southerner this is not a bank i was familiar with tucked in arkansas it has become a dominant player very quietly in commercial lending twenty two billion dollars in assets and if you take a look at some of the big commercial real estate projects around the country more than likely bank of the ozarks is involved it really stepped in at a time when big banks were a little bit skittish about these types of loans and has made quite a mark there's some risk involved in making loans of this size and of this magnitude we've got more from peter rogerson on bank of the ozarks so peter tells about george gleason he sounds like a rather interesting person what was it like to be around him george is george gleason is the kind of person who makes new yorkers look look like slackers he is one of the more hardworking people i've ever met he talks a lot about working eighty hours a week he mentioned they didn't wake up at at at dawn to to write hispanics earnings report he woke up at midnight while he was on the road after a busy week so this is somebody who really finds his identity and his calling and making his bank grow and making it grow efficiently he can name eight metrics off the top of his head including efficiency ratio and return on assets and he keeps a scorecard of those in his pocket or the back ranks among the one hundred largest banks and according to him it ranks right at the top well and depending on your perspective i guess he's either been able to out hustle all of those rival bankers or he's done a lot of deals that they wouldn't and maybe shouldn't do tell us about how and why he has grown as fast as he has the bank the bank in his telling the banks started in two thousand and three and established a real estate unit in dallas and it just continued to grow and whether to downturns and manage those downturns well there were a couple periods when other banks stepped away and tap the breaks and one was in two thousand eleven when they they've made a lot of other banks have made a lot of bad loans and and just didn't have the capacity and the second period was in two thousand sixteen when when other banks had just received a warning from banking regulators telling them that there were some risks bubbling up in commercial real estate and at the regulators would be watching the situation but gleason jumped in at that point and decided that it was time to to take market share at at that point they developed some relationships with some of the bigger developers around the country and time will really tell whether that decision was a good one or or whether there were some risks that the manhattan
California, America and Mike discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest
"To a shooting at a senior center in southern california have been shocked gleason long beach say the shooter may have been an elderly man who decided to open fire on firefighters this is not an active shooter situation no word on the firefighters conditions at least a dozen buildings destroyed as a fast moving wildfire in northern california rages on two hundred firefighters attacking from the air while jumping on hot spots a dangerous game of whackamole your john mathis is home awards last night it sounds like one at one point the fire cutting off the main road trapping residents looking to escape that's abc's wool car the fire has spread to over seven thousand acres if you know someone who's suffering from opioid addiction there may be some relief in sight the us house on friday passed an opioid bill to expand treatment options america's rehab campuses ceo mike zippered says it's a great opportunity for people to get continued cares money that's going to be injected hopefully into.