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Trump, Biden Hit Battleground Pennsylvania Amid Pandemic

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 23 hrs ago

Trump, Biden Hit Battleground Pennsylvania Amid Pandemic

"Joe Biden because things are not considered swing states. But both candidates are extremely interested in Pennsylvania. This Glenn Schuck reports from the election desk this morning. Manly. In fact, the president did make one mention about New York and a tweet that he posted a few minutes ago reads like this New York vote for Trump. What do you have to lose? And there were quite a few expressive responses on Twitter to that. Let's leave it at that. The presidential candidates and their running mates on a busy campaign schedule, of course, targeting battleground states like Pennsylvania. They are key to winning the White House and the first lady Melania Trump is making her campaign debut today in a critical state. Get that from Karen Travers For the first time this election season. First lady Melania Trump is hitting the campaign trail. This is Trump holds an event in Pennsylvania today, moderated by 2016. Trump campaign manager and former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway. The first lady has been notably absent from the campaign trail. She was scheduled to join her husband for a rally in Pennsylvania last week but did not attend. Her spokesperson said she had a lingering cough after her bout with Coben, 19 and with covert case is rising all around the

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Obama to campaign for Biden in Orlando on Tuesday

Glenn Beck

00:04 sec | 1 d ago

Obama to campaign for Biden in Orlando on Tuesday

"Former President Obama will be in Orlando to campaign for Joe Biden tomorrow.

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Visibility is on the ballot

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:26 min | 2 d ago

Visibility is on the ballot

"Today were diving into women of color that are on the ballot, and also what candidates and campaigns need to be doing better to reach out to black around and indigenous communities. We have Glenda car, the CO founder President of Higher Heights. So if you listen to our episode before this with State's attorney I, use your bray boy, she was wearing her black women. Lead shirt so that sure comes from higher heights and we have Lynn when the political director for run API I a new initiative that just out of the gates gained so much attention and is doing wonderful work and I can't wait to dive into talking to her about the amazing things that they're doing. But in typical BG fashion, we have to start off the. Conversation by talking about Howard Brown rose got involved in Politics Lynn, let's start with you. What made you want to do this work I met you when you are on Standard Booker's presidential race landward with on my best friends in the booker who has the flow colder actor we immediately had energy I appreciate offer letting even on here I. Think what's so I just? WanNa start. It's it's always a struggle for us like Asian women thinking. Okay. If this is a speech for Black and Brown women do we do we belong in us as organizers in the space that we challenge ourselves on every single day? I, appreciate the all see us as part of his fight Abdu I'm no my start in politics it was in high school. I had to fulfil my community service hours as Eilly volunteer for my local mayor's race. Obviously had no idea what organizing wise what it meant to talk to voters. And it wasn't until our college when I was organizing around development movement was like Oh shit. Okay. So this is what this is but I think what's really interesting is that it's I think for me because I get asked that a lot especially with the next generation of organizers coming in and it wasn't so much like what what started this interest. But it's been in especially in the last few years it's been the women around me that have kept. You know and it's like it's it's I. Think we often you'll so burnt out in this process but it is absolutely been like this networks like very intentional network of women that have kept here. Sorry and we will go to Glenda and it's weird for me. y'All not to see Granddad two or three times a month. That's how often we would just see each other at different events conferences in even when we get on the phone I'm like it's my Glenn like I miss you so much but I'm super excited to have her here. Today Higher Heights. It's an organization that I've been involved with or a long time. Now is an organization that I give a lot of my time my coins as well because that's important the when that's how us what each of this work you know I come from a politically active family I mean I don't think they overtly would call themselves that but others did right and so I am a daughter of a Caribbean immigrant migrated here. My mother picked him up next door literally like WHO's this guy next door and David got married and? Had three children and the baby and my father was a community activist right in. Here's a man that didn't become a citizen until the later part of his life because he wanted to vote for his friend Joe Lieberman and But everybody assumed that he was like he was the political light Caribbean political maker in the community about making sure people registered to vote he was very active in and So was my mother on my eighteenth birthday I'm sure my parents gave me a jewelry because that's what they gave me at every birthday. Don't remember what was didn't don't wear it is but they registered me devote my mother put me in her car drove me down to city hall and registered to vote in until the day she died she called me and my brothers on major elections to make sure we. voted. So it was just kind of ingrained around our civic civic engagement But I thought it was going to be a musician went to Music Conservatory and was Likley engaged on campus. As we all are particularly go to a predominantly white college. There's always some takeover

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Elton John is getting his own Barbie doll

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 5 d ago

Elton John is getting his own Barbie doll

"Barbie manufacturer but tell a musician Elton John or collaborating to create a new doll. Mattel's website says the Elton John Barbie includes nods to John's iconic style, which Includes rainbow striped platform shoes, a purple bowler hat and pink tinted sunglasses. The 73 year old musician told People magazine. He was inspired by all his favorite sunglasses from his 20,000 pair collection. The doll being sold for

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Cooler temperatures uncertain with Dallas and Houston's next cold front

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Cooler temperatures uncertain with Dallas and Houston's next cold front

"I'm meteorologist Brad Barton. Low cloud this morning will clear out the sack. New South winds up to 10 20 High about 86 Today Loner 60 Tonight Pretty good day for mountain cedar. The first two cold fronts arrives tomorrow with scattered light rain Gusty northwest high of 66 20 degrees cooler tomorrow on low 48 Tomorrow night on Saturday Looks okay with a high of 67 Sunday looks windy and warmer, but we're in for a really cold change. With the second Cold front coming on Monday, spotty showers and temperature dropping into the forties, most of Monday and Tuesday. I'm K L F W B AP meteorologist

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CDC warns of 'distressing trend' in Covid-19 cases as country heads into fall

Glenn Beck

00:25 sec | 6 d ago

CDC warns of 'distressing trend' in Covid-19 cases as country heads into fall

"The CDC urging the public to continue to socially distance and wear masks is covert 19 cases Rise Deputy Director J. But recognize that we are all getting tired of the impact the covert 19 has had on our lives. We get tired of wearing masks, but it continues to be As important as it's ever been. Butler, warning of a distressing trend of cases with people moving indoors and attending small family

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2 students facing possible charges over teacher's beheading in France

Glenn Beck

01:59 min | 6 d ago

2 students facing possible charges over teacher's beheading in France

"France once again for our listeners that are not quite familiar with this story. Let's recap and then talk about the honor. He's about to receive. Yeah, This is Samuel Patty. He was a teacher at working in a suburb of Paris who had been leading a class on freedom of expression, something that is very dear to many people. Well, all over the world, particularly in France, where it's official status is a secular country is closely guarded by The government and many citizens on DH part of this session, the lad with a discussion about cartoons of Islam's Prophet Mohammed, which would be considered blasphemous to Muslims. He showed these cartoons there's apparently angered a number of Muslim parents. Word began spreading. This became something of a local controversy. And on Friday afternoon, Samuel Patty had finished work. He was heading home from school on DH. He was attacked. He was beheaded on a street in broad day light. All of this in a suburb of the French capital, and Natalia was shot dead by police. He was an 18 year old man. Hey, is today receiving the Legion of Honor, which is Frances? Highest award. I think part of the shocking aspect of this people J T friends has had a number of these is the mist attacks in the past five and a bit years. This almost particularly grisly but also very much targeted. And indeed, the French anti terror prosecutor has been giving some details about this just in the past few minutes. And he said that students at this school identified the teacher for the attacker in exchange for money and has said that this teacher could only have been identified with help from students and indeed to two students are among seven people. You have been handed over to a judge today to face possible criminal charges. Yeah, they need to shut that

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Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last week

Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

"Being honored for her work outside of acting. The AARP Iwill give its first honorary purpose prize award to Glenn Close for her work with Bring change to mine. I ain't a charity that fights the stigma associated with mental illness. She will receive the award during a virtual ceremony on December 3rd. The group will also award $50,000 each to five individuals over 50 who are using their knowledge and life experience to solve social problems. It will also give 10 $5000 fellowships. I'm Archie

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Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | Last week

Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

"Close is being honored for her work. Outside of that the AARP will give its first honorary purpose prize award to Glenn close for her work with bring change to mind a charity that fights the stigma associated with mental illness. She will receive the award during a virtual ceremony on December 3rd. The group will also award $50,000 each to five individuals over 50 who are using their knowledge and life experience to solve social problems. It will also give 10 $5000 fellowships. I'm Archie Szaroleta

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Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

"Actor Glenn close will receive an honorary award from the A. A. R. P. for her charity work involving mental illness I marches are a letter with the latest the A. A. R. P. will give its first honorary purpose prize award to Glenn close for her work with bring change to mind a charity that fights the stigma associated with mental illness she will receive the award during a virtual ceremony on December third the group will also award fifty thousand dollars each to five individuals over fifty who are using their knowledge and life experience to solve social problems it will also give ten five thousand dollar fellowships

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World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays meet

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | Last week

World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays meet

"Best team in the American League is hoping to bring home a championship. The Tampa Bay Rays are in the World Series for just the second time in franchise history and the first time since 2008. Is the battle the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game one coming up tonight, Rays manager Kevin Cash We're seeing the best team in the National League what they did this year where they've been the last three out of four volumes about how talented that roster is the depth of the organization that decision decision making the coaching staff. We've been fortunate to get through three really good clubs were going to be challenged here again. The fourth

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Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:23 sec | Last week

Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

"Glenn Close will receive an honorary Airplay award for a work with a charity that brings awareness to mental illness. AARP announcing this morning that close will be the first to receive the honoraria purpose Prize of war during a virtual ceremony on December 3rd, the Oscar winning actress to be recognized for her work with bring change to mind an organization that strives to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness.

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Miley Cyrus says her dog got electrocuted while she was on ‘The Voice’

Glenn Beck

01:08 min | Last week

Miley Cyrus says her dog got electrocuted while she was on ‘The Voice’

"Miley Cyrus recently did an interview, said one of her dog's got electrocuted on the set of the voice, Everyone she was one of the judges there after it was chewing on some wires. Listen. The first day of the voice on like so excited. This is sad, but it was handled and my dog is totally thriving and fine. You know, on sense. There's wires everywhere. There's were like, got all the people singing everyone's hollow around. Who's going to win the voice. Whatever I might dog goes in, like bites onto the wires on the TV that everyone's watching and all of a sudden we noticed she's like convulsing, and she's getting electrocuted. As you can open her mouth because the person who's trying to open her mouth is also being electrocuted. But she was totally fine. Her name is little dog, and she is arriving in Nashville, Tennessee, and doing great, but I almost my dog got electrocuted of the voice. What? Miley Just a million dollar question for you. Why are you taking your dog to the center of television production like the voice. I mean, I get people love their pets. But what was the take doggies to work day? I mean, what are you doing? You know what goes on behind the scenes? All the wires everywhere. And you bringing a dog in there?

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Miami - 13 Injured, With 5 Being Hospitalized, After Fort Lauderdale Boat Explosion, Fire

Glenn Beck

00:31 sec | Last week

Miami - 13 Injured, With 5 Being Hospitalized, After Fort Lauderdale Boat Explosion, Fire

"Explosion and major boat fire under investigation in the waterways behind Citrus aisles and Fort Lauderdale. The Sergeant Diatta Greenlaw says 20 people were on the boat jumped into the water when the flames broke out approximately 13 of the 20th ever believed to be on this boat in question. That were injured and all that. 13. There were five that were transported to Broward Health Medical Center for treatment. Investigators are trying to locate and question the captain so they can figure out if he knows what caused the blaze.

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Daughter Finds Elderly Father Slain in Miami Home

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | Last week

Daughter Finds Elderly Father Slain in Miami Home

Miami-Dade Public Schools Close Again After ‘Multiple Positive Cases' of Coronavirus

Glenn Beck

00:42 sec | Last week

Miami-Dade Public Schools Close Again After ‘Multiple Positive Cases' of Coronavirus

"Forced to close down for sanitization. After two confirmed cases of Corona virus, an employee and student tested positive. A Coral Park Elementary in Westchester United Teachers of date president Carla Hernandez Mott says the district doesn't know how long the shutdown will last into the employees had exposure to multiple classrooms. She expects these shutdowns to become the Norma's cases continue cropping up and we're urging parents if they have the option of keeping their Children at home if they if they do have the option they should, she says. The Miami did. Dashboard isn't reliable because it's not keeping up with cases in real time Mast Academy was shut down for a day Monday after two students tested positive there. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio six and the latest on the

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Glen Clark discusses tips for getting sponsorship opportunities

Photofocus Podcast

03:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Glen Clark discusses tips for getting sponsorship opportunities

"Glen this is going to be the tip the cue for your lips to move welcome to mind your own business. Oh, thank you very much hip each mirror. Really appreciate being asked to be part of this today. All this is the fun one we are so excited to have you. I'm so excited to be here. This is great. And before we dive into the Sponsorship Rainbow Skip I, love how you put that by the way. Glenn, give us a bit more information fill in some of the holes as far as your background and how you got started and how you ended up doing what you're doing today. Sure at loved you. Well, we can take a bit of a trip in the way back machine. I fell in love with photography in high school. Now, I know that's a long time ago. But when I got my first Polaroid camera and realized I can do double exposures and be creative I fell in love. And it's been a lifelong love affair with a camera. And it progressed from there. Now, I happen to be in high school and graduated during the height of the Vietnam. War which was a challenge for many of us I did go to college right after Right, after I graduated from high school and while I was at college from first year. Why should preface this by saying in the summer between High School and college they did what's known as the draft at least it was known as the draft back then and unlike the NFL or the NBA, this is not a good draft. This is a draft where you are selected for service in the armed forces in at this time it was. An opportunity to travel to. Vietnam. And those of you that didn't live through this period of time. It was a very contentious very. I Dunno maddening upheaval of everything that we had been taught as young people. I mean we were into. Recycling and reusing. Love and peace and all this kind of thing and it was it was a different time. Not Not, to do those things now, but it was it was time of challenge. So when I went to college from first year in realized the my draft number that was selected that summer was too. Not to. Not, not hundred two it was too. So I was pretty well assured of the fact that I would be traveling to Southeast Asia unless I had a valid reason not to so. I decided to study photography. I left the four year university I was attending I returned home to go to Dina College, which is A. A two year opportunity at the time had a really robust photography program. And I got into studying photography while there and while I was studying I got employment as a lab worker in photographer for a wedding photographer that did vote service weddings for ninety nine dollars and we would. Literally twenty or thirty weddings a weekend I myself. Photograph four, five, six them starting Friday night and going through Sunday evening. During the week and go to school during the day. So, immersed myself in photography eventually, I was fortunate enough to connect with. Larry, how evolved the owner of based photo in he and I had several conversations and he said I don't really have a job for you but I'll bring you on kind kinda have to make your own way

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The FAA have released the Flight Standardization Board Report for the 737 MAX

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:38 min | 2 weeks ago

The FAA have released the Flight Standardization Board Report for the 737 MAX

"Affiliate released its scrawl or lay up to the topic at the full name, the fight standardization board report provision seventeen, date xxx x x, x, x I think they forgot to fully about before there but this is basically the proposal for the pilot. Flight Training that will need to be conducted before pilot can get back in the left or right seat seven, thirty, seven Max, and it is not insignificant. There are two components to it is a ground training component. Of course that will take several hours to complete. They have to do training on runaway stabiliser speed trim fail stabiliser out of trim. airspeed unreliable altitude disagree out angle of attack disagree specific training for things like dealing with multiple alerts and. Notifications going on at the same time since that was one of the contributing factors to both accidents was that there was just so much going on in the fight deck at the same time that it was completely overwhelming for the crew. Some other things that go over the change from the engineer, the classic to the Max like Ian You pointed out the either is Glenn new, Gear Knob Retraining I. Think Nob End yes. Yes. There has the physical. Location of some switches on the Max have been moved. So they're doing some ground trying to get pilots familiar with that. In case they need access it quickly but then it comes to the flight training which remember one of the if not the biggest selling point of the Max especially to airlines like southwest was bad pilots would not need specialized fight training. They would not need simulator time to get to upgrade from the N. G. to the Max. Here's what they'll have to do in said full motion fight simulator five key competencies, demonstration of the M. cast activation for pilots, which will simulate activation during impending or full stall and recovery demonstration during manual fight in a clean configuration, the also have to step to simulate a runaway stabiliser condition that requires the pilot manual stabiliser trim which I believe was a big issue in the Ethiopian crash, and that there airspeed was too high that they couldn't manually trim after turning off the electronic systems. Step three is the use of annual stabiliser during approach go around in a level off. Four, a cross full flight simulator at believe vendors activation demonstration by either pilot acting as pilot flooring in the last is dealing with an erroneous high angle of attack on takeoff that leads to unreliable airspeed condition accomplish by either pilots or acting as pilot flying, and that demonstrates that the flight deck all of the alerts going off the visual the TAC. Toe The audio alerts going off associated with that failure and had to deal with it. So this is a lot of time in the simulator only two of which two of these five points can be done in seven three, seven N engy simulator. So the six, seven, eight or nine, hundred while three of the five key points must be done in an actual. Maximum later of which I'm assuming they're still are not that many in the world. So it's GonNa be pretty slow roll to get pilots in the simulator and trained up and authorized to operate the Max once again.

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"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Palsy move I love it. We'll Glenn thank you so much for being on the podcast. Thank you for having really nice to chat with you. And hopefully we'll see you at the meeting later today. And let me. Ninety minutes. Was that? What is that a couple of edits? Two o'clock. Okay. US gets pushed the way Jesse mentioned. Tomorrow at four yeah. Okay that was Glenn Zan. That was fun. We have a listener question we do. Yeah, from someone named Jed Jed p just to distinguish from the other. Jed so I haven't heard the name Jed in a while. Here's what Jed wrote. Hi Jesse and Mike Two Exclamation marks. I love the podcast to exclamation marks, lifelong fan of Conan, and therefore you as well. I didn't work that way, but sure I've really enjoyed being able to go back in the archives, and also I've found old recordings of the show taking trips down memory lane with bulletproof legs. These are all characters wrist Hulk Bill Clinton interviews the hurricane interview I think we interviewed a hurricane once and the I talked, and even more recent characters like wicky bear. What are some of your favorite characters or sketches? That made you laugh out? Loud cheers, Jed his British or he loves the show cheers Jesse. Any favorite characters I mean I love all of Andre Dubus as. As characters, he's kind of like Phil. Hartmann esque where the second he pops up screener just like Oh. Okay, get ready to laugh. Yeah, I love the the wall Burgers Guy. I think his name is Leslie actually that was revealed in a later sketch. There are multiple installments, but basically at the height of the popularity of game of thrones. This guy would appear in the audience dressed in like full night's watch, guard and talk about how he was very excited about something headed. Our Way starts with and W and it's wall. Burgers turn out. He was a huge fan of the show. Well Burgers, which is the reality show about Mark Wahlberg Families Burger restaurant? Anything Andreessen his great. You anything undermine you know there's so many characters over the years. I was thinking about one. That I always loved. It was deliberately nonsensical on purpose, and I think it's one a writer. Andrew Weinberg came up with, and it was called Cactus chef playing billy Joel's. We didn't start the fire on flute. Six foot tall actually had its sculpt. I Dunno, it just made me laugh every time, but you know what it made me think. There are all these great props that were made for the old show and I'm wondering yeah I mean obviously the property then B C, but I wonder if they're in Indiana Jones warehouse somewhere and someone could try to rescue them. Maybe that could be a remote on the show. A heist story there's another one I thought we did reject it. Star Wars characters. It was character's cut from a star wars movie, and like two thousand and five and one of them was Java the foxworthy. It was job of the hut. We had this beautiful job of the hut modeled and made with Jeff Foxworthy's hair, and a of Jeff foxworthy mustache. He did stand up about you know you're a hut if There's one character CONAN hated and it. He always still brings it. It's called reverend. Otis Kaye dribbles which is Jon? Glaser dressed like a paw rubber, hound, dog mask and dressed below the neck as a reverend, and he would dribble basketball, but really the ball would just fall down and roll away, and it lasted six seconds I think we did it three or four times and every time Conan did it under duress. He hated it. He goes. There's no reason for that to exist. But there is a reason for cactus chef. ACKLEY! metairie. It's so arbitrary. It's so arbitrary. What's the origin of bulletproof legs? Chad mentioned Oh. Yeah, there's so many great characters that Brian McCann did and one of the most bulletproof legs you know the whole story is, it's a man who's comes on sings a song about how you can't hurt him. Because his legs are bulletproof, and he's immediately shot in the chest and is that's..

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"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Show and he's like? Oh, you want to be a writer. Like. It was a whole different idea like cross. Waiver you do shotput, you WANNA do. When up and coming? Writers asked me for advice and they do quite often. Brought this up. Can we always end our shows by asking people to give advice? Oh, someone who wants to do what you're doing that. We don't have tests fresh. Yes, go ahead, so if someone wants to do what I'm doing, my say turn back now, don't. Find something else. No the biggest thing. I have a ton of advice like an I love to give it another. Cigarette in a long. Jetty. I'm in my house. Coat, my Rome. No the one mistake ICT, a lot that drives me crazy is somebody who's when you go to their website or go to their twitter bio or their instagram by it says like Hey. I'm blank producer slash writers slash actor slash podcasters slash web designer slash, and they have all these CEO's slash I also can walk your dog, or whatever and I'm like Whoa. If I'm hiring for, show the analogy, make all the time is like. If I'm looking to cut my stake, I'm not gonNA reach for a Swiss army knife. I'm going to reach a nice knife that is specifically meant for cutting stick. Stick so like if I'm looking for a writer I'm GonNa more hesitant to hire somebody who's like writer producer director actor Ventriloquist bubble blah. Because somebody who just wants to be a writer in my mind is doing writing more often getting more experience in that thing and specializing themselves to do that and wants to do that more than the other things, right? You take seriously at first. Yes, I think you can edit direct whatever you can do all the things, but when you're marketing yourself in the public eye, because once you're a writer director. What's your doctor? You can do all the other things. Like you can pivot do that but I think to me. We need to be specific in your goals. Yeah and I think that also helps people to help you because it's really hard when you put it all out there like I, just WanNa be in entertainment or I. Just want to work in TV it's there's not enough specificity for people to remember to refer you for things, but if you're like I wanNA I. WanNa write for late night television. then. If that job comes up, people will remember you. That's a good point. It's the I so appreciate the focus. I Think, you're focused, and not just also some people are like Oh, I like being in show business where I WANNA be famous. Yell that that that adds to a little which is scary, do the. On the job you want and Kinda gear towards that. Like the head writer. Once you get hired. Palsy move I love it. We'll Glenn thank you so much for being on the podcast. Thank you for having really nice to chat with you. And hopefully we'll see you at the meeting later today..

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"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Right. That's right. Also research. Glenn when you did you always know you wanted to be a comedy writer or did? Did you have other different career paths before you arrived here? And and was your family always supportive? Yet Tom. Yes I think this is gonNA. Sound Weird because I grew up in L. A. So. This shouldn't be the case, but I didn't really know that like comedy. Writer was a viable job like I didn't understand exactly how TV got me. I knew there were writers, but I was like I. Don't know how I would like in my head. To be a comedy writer. They just like took boys from Harvard uncovered room. Just kind of it's kind of drill, but. I thought that, too. Yeah for me and so I didn't know what path I could possibly and then I don't have family in the business to help me your to give me advice and like how you would go about that. So I didn't even understand what the path would be to a job like that, and so in highschool. I wrote I was in the theater program, because there was no like theater writing program I was like acting and stuff, and doing plays, and I was like this is Kinda Fun, but not exactly what I like, but it's the closest thing at school to what I like, but I didn't know it yet I wrote some sketches for like a feeder module. We had like like this. What's this? This is fun. And then I went into college, and I joined the Improv team at my school, and then I was like Oh, and we then we doing sketches like okay, and then I started learning about like you see an I, O and second city, and what that was and I slowly stood realizing Oh. This is the job I would want is to write comedy, and then halfway through I went to Boston University and halfway through I realized I was like okay. Well I really WANNA. Do Comedy I was studying psychology at the time. which if you're a basic? White girl, but as Mary Todd category to be a psych major communicate. Exactly communications are I really. Wanted. I looked around. It was all women who looked exactly like. Therapists, yeah yes right. I applied to this thing called the Comedy Studies Program at Columbia, College that was second. See does this I. Think it's still running called the comedies program where you get college credit for taking courses all about comedy so sketch Writing Directing Improv, physical comedy history of comedy like it was the most fun I'd had out of school ever and then after a. A semester that I so during that semester I applied to Parsons in New York occas also around this time I realized that I was really into graphic design. Two things happened at once. Is I realized I wanted to live in new. York and also I wanted to do graphic design, and that that was my safe job. My grabs sign was my like. Your. But I also love doing it so I was like well. If I'm a graphic designer for the rest of my life. That's GONNA find and graphic design. You can work in comedy. I worked in the art department for broad. City and I went to the art department for the onion so like I would design props since like props and paper goods like if you need like a fake liquor bottle in a scene. You have to like. You can't use a budweiser can. Design like a beer that was legally usable or cleanable. Beer label called Greek. Grabbing something. I don't know what the origin of the term is maybe using language. You can't really read so it's Greek to me sort of thing, so it's all Greek to me. Sort of it's gotta be that, but yes, I would do that. I did that for a long time. I liked it I. Mean it's so interesting always to hear how people ended up your into writing, and it's nice to to have like okay. You can be sort of adjacent in a different segment of of television and then make that crossover I think thing because a lot of people are adjacent, but never make a crossover to the thing they actually want to do like sometimes people are development people, but actually want to produce. Produce some people? Are you know producers, but actually one like writer? Whatever and I think the thing I was designing stuff. I was an art department. I think the thing I realized. was that like to make the leap to the thing? You WanNa do like nobody's just gonNA. Come and ask you like ape. Sorry. Do you just want to come right like like you have to just do the thing that you WanNa do? More and let everyone know you WanNa do it. Yes, whatever you want to do it, and then if the place you're working at has no intention of hiring you like. They're always hiring from outside places, or whatever and I think it's up to you to be like a right. I gotta go somewhere else and to somewhere. That will yeah, that's. That's really great advice. I've heard that before, and I had that experience doing stand up comedy and is working at Caroline's comedy at Club in New York City and they had how many show and they had sketches on an is the the guy ran. The club also produced the show, and I was like well. He'll ask me. To be writer and just. Waited and waited, and then I was very disappointed. He never came and I finally said to him I said Hey. Could I submit to be a writer on that show and he's like? Oh, you want to be a writer. Like. It was a whole different idea like cross..

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"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Now is. That person. Hey. Yeah, it's a really high tides. Float all boats mentality. Very advanced. From, you think about it. It's kind of. Manipulation I it as a new writer. Think it's also we all have to bond against Conan. We've yes. Fellow prisoners. Get us. Oh that's nice. That's nice to hear. I was very grateful for that. Yeah, you guys were and are. I think some people are also surprised to hear like with the model jokes on the show I. We have great monologue writers, but when? Jokes. They're no initials on them. And that's also writers are in that mindset. You're talking about where Oh God I'm going to get because that can really mess with your mind is kind of like I mean obviously no one ever stops wearing about Oh. God I'm going to get you know fired, but read, but just knowing a host is reading the jokes not going out of this. You know so and so's officials on here today, 'cause. The other theory is everyone has good days and bad days, so you know it's to cut everyone a little slack. That's so it's that to me. Also just engenders more like creative fake so much better than the punitive likes like while I. You only got five mono jobs in last month. Like you better keep it up. That's never writes. Some places operate and the same thing with the sketch ideas. They had writer who was a tradition going back to the beginning. Maybe for the most part is not saying who wrote the idea. Oh I! Really liked that. Own Sketch have you worked on shows going where you had to come in and pick your own sketches every show every other shaw? Yourself in the room it would usually put it up on screen, and like read the paragraph out loud of your pitch, or you would just go around the room and just say I feel like we've been spoiled I know it's a good skill to learn to bet is to defend your own work in that way. Also sort of armor the it's funny because you realize like sometimes there are writers who, on the page are the funniest person in the room, but when they've pitch, they're not very funny verbally. And you just can't get the idea across, and so and then there's some people who are very funny verbally, but they can't sketch to save their life, and so it's so you'll end up getting a lot of ideas past. That are like not act. So they don't even if it's really funny on paper, if the person shy about presenting it had kills it a lot of times. Yeah, well, I mean it's a good seal to have, and if you're going to be in any other room, you'll need to do that. I noticed with our the way we do. It is to me. It feels like very equally. Every writer gets almost the exact amount of stuff on so like it's like there's no I haven't noticed a trend of like. Oh, this one writer always gets to fondness. Other writer doesn't like. It's like exactly one week. Dan will get a lot of stuff on on one week. Just you'll get a lot of fun. It's very. It seems very balanced. Just seem really balanced. There's no deadweight for sure. I feel really tight group and wear like when we're all hanging out together, everyone. It's kind of an equal joking zone. Just stand meetings show. Yeah. It's funny because I've been on like not that my other dubs were bad, but like I have had some bad jobs, and so when people complain on the staff about like Oh. Yeah, we got. Oh I know. I know me we. I feel so cushy I. Really feel like the Alley dog who got adopted by a rich family and it's like Ooh. I'm eating tuna tonight or whatever? or I completely agree. Yeah anytime. Anyone complains. I'm like all right go get. Yes! And you've written on a ton of shows I mean. You're always amazing Oh thank you. Tell Ya! I Love America Sarah. And Adam Ruins everything. What was that? What Adam Ruins? Everything did you have to, doesn't he? Research kind of problems and the whole half hours about so would you get involved in the research and educational? Yeah, yeah, `edu-tainment is what yeah. Yeah, so there is a set writers in a set of researchers in you would get paired up with the researcher for your episode and You could do a little research if you want. And if you found something particularly interesting, the researcher was in charge of I. Mean I viewed each episode as a collaborate of full fifty fifty collaboration between the researcher and the writer like I think, the researchers should have gotten writing credit. There were incredible and a lot of them were funny themselves, like I worked with the researcher on Kate Doyle. who was like just as funny as every other writer she liked would write funny things like. Give me funny metaphors, ideas and stuff so silverman who is writer on late night? I started out working on who wants to be a millionaire. Last year, she was nominated for five Emmy awards from five different shows. And she helped create the Colbert report when she left late night. Oh, Hey, yeah, but she started out I. Think or wish on jeopardy I think he wants to be millionaire. Started out writing for the each you Hollywood story. That's.

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"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"County. So good was the first time that you CONAN dear remember that was before the first raiders meeting, or after I can't remember I think I was in Matt O'Brien's office, just talking, and then call in came in, and he was like Hey, nice to meet Ya, and then I was trying to figure out what my riff would be. Like. Who Are you? What's what's going on? What's what do you like to do? What he you trying to figure out who I was, so he could make fun of me appropriately. Did he come up with a riff for you I did it was that I was young was which unlike? Younger than him, but I'm not scholars younger than me now, so that should be his thing goes, but what was it after that Oh that I remind of Ruth Buzzy. Was One hundred. She's an old character for those of you born after nineteen fifty eight. Glenn. Do you remember what you're? The first sketch you wrote that got on the air? Yes A do. It was on my God. It was the dumbest thing. It was one of the dumbest things I've ever in it was. It was a story of there's during the news about like a priest of Scottish priest found like a treasure pot of gold underneath the Catholic Church in Scotland. And I was like that's the most Scottish thing I've ever heard in my life. Than the Church of Scotland sued him, and so the premise was like I. Wonder what that law firm was like. This isn't. Case that ever heard, so. It was just an ad for a Scottish law firm. That was just people who was Scottish. It was really funny I. Remember, thank you and that came i. feel like you wrote that on your second day on the job. It happened really quickly in my memory. Very, relaxed right away in a great integrate way is like. Has she been working here two years already? Very at home, well I have to say you the writers and the whole team. Especially, the writers are very warm and welcoming, and that's the thing I noticed about the Conan Room that was different is like in a lot of rooms. There's kind of like an undercurrent of like everybody's to get something on a little bit like every person for themselves, certain mentality like not overtly but a little bit. It'd be like I'm GONNA get fired, fear or like, but this staff in particular is very supportive when another person does well. I really really was pleasantly surprised by that. When I when I first started working here, we'll tell it's very selfish really when you. Just have. Bred? A slot was filled on the show. Right.

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"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

07:18 min | 3 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Jokes for her tour. Terrace food. She was on tour for name. Darcy Lynn and she's a blond, cute little girl from Oklahoma. WHO's also a Ventriloquist I? Think she won the actor. America's got one of those. I was contributing jokes to her Christmas special I think. That! Yes. So she had a team of writers, I think it was me and a couple of I. Really. It was really freelance like. Dick I mean when you're twelve kind of jokes. Could you make? So, not the kind that I'm good at writing. Right they had to be very G. rated I think the most flavor you're allowed to write like. She was on whatever the X. factor thing she was on Heidi. KLUM was a judge. I remember there was one job she'll don't know which show that is I know I don't either. His one joke or she does. She's a mouse puppet. WHO's like very shy, but like has a crush on people I. Think is his like he's like a nerd. In love very easily falls in love. During the x factor. He had some joke about like he was hitting on Heidi Klum and he was like. Why wouldn't you want to date a mouse? You've already dated a seal. So, that was. Kind of blue. You can go, but did someone right that joke for her, I think she kind of rates, some of her own jokes, but like there's no way at twelve year old remembers when Heidi Klum dated seal. have to imagine has ever heard of seal. I know. Yeah, wow, so that was not the answer are expected to the job that know. So that was, that was the job that I had when I applied. and. Got And we're you. Did you have to consider whether you would leave that job to come to Conan? No was not. There were like truly maybe six months where I didn't hear back about the packet submitted so I had another job in between. That was just the job I had when I submitted it, I had a totally different job. After that I think that we got like four or five hundred missions, so then Matt started reading them all and realized that he wasn't gonna be able to fill it that year. Yeah so which is crazy that 'cause usually for jobs have gotten previously. A packets are sometimes read by like producers who are like non creative producers. Semi created producers. Those piles are passed on so as a write about scary where it's like. Oh, somewhat not the writer, so it's crazy to me and very cool. That like took the time to read all them personally read every tenths mission. But that number four hundred submissions is is insane. I think the most prior to that was around one hundred fifty. Maybe for our doing that in two hundred this. When I got hired, there was done. You're in. Willing, do it we'll take. please. A whole nother. What was the because? There were six months in between. The other I wrote for lights out with. David Spade recipes of the show, not not space. As of this taping as this. Yeah I worked on that, and I did leave that job for calling, but that show is no longer around so I. Think you made the right to. Feel, guilty back? To work on, but yeah. Yeah, it was tough to have to quit I mean. How long have you been at the show? When you put in your notice? Yes, so I had been there for about Oh. Gosh two three months. I think it was the first season we were maybe halfway done and somebody who is like a Lazy River of guilt, running through my body at all times, just sort of like shame and guilt for disappointing people or the possibility of disappointing people, so because Conan was very nice, and he was like look I. Don't WanNa Poach you from another show. I was like well, I. The! On the show and I loved his work for a long time, so I was like no I'd really love to work for you in. Add like to go, and so my managers like. Will you have to call the head writer of spayed and ask him yourself and I was like Oh God i. Can't do it. I know isn't that why pay you? Need, but because I respected the head writer and I thought he was really great, and I was like he was kind of like this father figure on the show tooks was the site counter Razzie? SORTA like old old old like this like a talion dad type, which like Oh, he reminds me of my dad, and like I don't want to disappoint him and. I headed. God I think it's heavier in my head. Because the head writer was so cool about it same as frank, and he was super super cool about it was like good. Luck on your journey like you're going to have a long career like bubble blood. He was very supportive so I was like shaking dialing the phone. You mentioned that Conan you talk to Conan when the job was offered to you. Know I didn't meet CONAN's. I started my job so I chuckled I off, and I left. I took it interview with Matt. O'Brien and just Kinda sat in his office and usually. Hey, like what's your deal? L. Blah I was like Oh. Let's deal like twenty minutes seemed cool and then I left and didn't meet anybody else that I. Don't think it had been heard back for a couple of weeks. Yeah, it was very easy interview, so did you think that you had gotten the job after the interview I? Thought! I think I. Kind of set it and forget it kind of mentality. 'cause I had applied so long ago probably ready for another seven months to go by. I think I was like vissel. I think I just didn't think about it at all. Which is weird for me, but they call them. I manage like they want to offer you the job, but it was like Oh. My God and then immediately. My excitement was like what they don't WanNa. Give it to you because you already work at spades, so hire somebody else. That is the the I mean. The it's always been a. we can't take someone from another if they already have a job because it's loose, the term use called poaching and yet it's generally not considered cool, so I'm sure when he called you, he didn't know he probably thought you were still working for the Trillo Quist. We're. Poaching from her right exactly, yes, that's not, she said. I similar situation when I got hired at Conan where I was working on another show and I had just started there and had to qua- you just started. Well it was I started the season two and you know it was like everyone was making plans for the whole season. Gun I I. had what it? was. It was a hello. Ross was Russell Matthews Talk. Show on e was very fun to work there, but yeah I felt really guilty. Wizard big delay between when you submitted I. Don't remember. When you submit it and you the whole land I think yeah, yeah, not as long as Glenn sometimes like people. WOULD SMITH MONOLOGUES SUBMISSIONS? Writers who just concert monologue and you'll be a couple of pages of topical jokes, and when the job position would come up, you'd be reading jokes that were over a year old. You could tell when even without the day you'd be like Oh this this was a year ago. January 'cause yeah. You know Prince. Andrew was in the news or whatever you need twenty twelve..

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"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Here with Glenn Suzanne I. Glen. I just see. Is Very formal all of a sudden. Even though we talk to you most days, right? Jill Glenn you used to be the newest baby writer and I. no longer the baby anymore because we how a new writer I know now I'm during little tantrums because I'm not getting as much. Acting out. Yeah, I've gone back to bed, wedding or attention rooted joking. Email that. Yes, you're! Joking company wide email. I know I, do forget how many people are on that company wide. It's one email address sent to maybe two hundred people. Yes, I totally forgot already employees past and present. Yes and they all know away to needle you. Served it up to the. Water I did. Let's say you are still relatively new. It feels new. Everyone feels very new at at Conan for a long time. I still feel like Tinder Hooks I feel like probation all the time. To get fired any moment. How. Yes, when did you start? Time just flows I. Have you been here five years or five months? September? I think October's twenty nine. October because I dressed up as Matt O'Brien for Halloween. The head writer. Yes, I did so. What did that involve just a boring shirt? Boring Pants and I rarely hear wig. Really the bare minimum I wore a button down shirt in my front pocket. Carry it around to tool tickets for tool handsome. He is real tool head. And I. It was spot on. That's pretty bold for a new rider. Were you like I'm? This is either going to cement my place here in Conan history or I'll get fired I. Guess I didn't think about it that much. Maybe he'd been there for a month. Already 'cause. That razzed me, so it was like Oh. This is a razzie environment. Cool also, and it was such a little hostile. I should have gone meaner honestly looking back. I don't know what else could add to that costume. He's pretty barebones I down here. And the tool tickets. That's the way. To me from. You can also go around. Telling people to meeting is canceled. That's that's. He does. Up in the you gotTA. Push meeting. How long feel when he took over just like. Oh, great or were you like? How did you feel I? I was head writer for a really long time for fifty years, and when I finally stopped doing it. Felt crate. Like I've I've filled in from a few times when he has to. You know some personal matter comes upper tools in town and. Run the show and I have to say it's like one day of doing it I'm just like Oh. God, is the worst job. Were I could never do it more than a week, so we so we know you did it yesterday and you canceled the meeting beautiful. Thank you, thank you I like a pro. Yeah, it was really great cancellation of the meeting. I thought it was wonderful. Do you like the way I waited to the? Possible asset that's already in the meeting ruined. You can't have room for it and put there. There's zoom writers meeting clothing, and that's when I. that's when I strike. Also you, it's probably still fairly fresh in your mind. I guess maybe you could walk us through. The hiring process was like it's submitting to Conan. Oh, Gosh, it was unlike any other. Executives at true. No, not really well. It was more chill than I mean. I was unemployed at the time. I think I applied in like January. Yes, I guess I didn't have a job. At the time it was January would have been your most recent comedy writing job before that I had been working freelance for a twelve year old. Ventriloquist, who had one? America's got talent and I had been ghost writing.

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"glenn him" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

13:26 min | 10 months ago

"glenn him" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"In this special edition of Monaco's House view. We look back at some of the best episodes on the stack on this episode. We speak take to journalist and author Glenn Greenwald on the biggest scoop of the year in Brazil. Plus Laura's naps celebrity profiles and Monaco's editor Andrew attack gives us a preview of what's to come in the summer For Housing London. This is the stack thirty minutes of print industry analysis and I am was to share still to come on the show. Laura's naps tell us about the appeal of celebrity profile in magazines or newspapers. Some say the genre is dying. But he true and Monaco's editor Andrew took previews Our latest quality of life issue plus some exciting similar plans for Monaco but we started showing Brazil where journalist author Glenn Greenwald Leaves Greenwald's best so for his reports revealing the US and British global surveillance programs. The famous SNOWDEN FILES DIS- time the Brazilian version of his website. The intercept zapped hasn't viewed the biggest scoop of the year in Brazil detailing. How the operation carwash could have been politically motivated? He tells me more about the case. And how the Brazilian media reported Glenn Greenwald. What a pleasure to have you here? Monocle twenty four no showed the stack but first question to you. Glenn I mean how does it feel you have basically basically the biggest scoop of the year in Brazil. Tell us more. About how long have you been working on this story. Well we obviously recognize when we got the archive that that it was going to be incredibly significant not just because of the size of the archive but because there has been almost no reporting that has been done about the work of judge. Sergio Morrow who has overseen the imprisonment of so many powerful people including former president Lula the Silva at the time when he was leading the presidential race and the team of prosecutors. Who have prosecuted all these people? There's been a lot of leaks that have come from them that the media has uncritically reported in Brazil. But there's been almost no reporting about them or what they've been doing so that was what was so exciting about this archive archive is it was the first look into what they have been doing. And and it was given the size of it and the complexity of it and obviously took you know many weeks express to authenticated and to figure out what it had and then to start to be able to put together the reporting and is interesting lender when the story came out. I've noticed perhaps I might be wrong. The mainstream media in Brazil's bit reluctant to covert historic suddenly became unavoidable. And even you know the more conservative ones. They had to report. Because you know even says you're more now his he was in a in the Senate he had to speak about his actions. But what did you think about the media reaction in Brazil about your story Wolf. I've been a critic of the large Brazilian media for quite a long time. And that's a big reason why we formed the intercept Brazil because we felt like there was a space to do genuinely independent and adversarial reporting. There's a very small number of large media outlets in Brazil all controlled by a handful of very rich industrialized families. Who have generally the same political agenda? And they have been almost entirely uncritical in critical Alaba job. Do and have Sergio Mora. They have done nothing but revere him and turn them into a hero with maybe one exception which is volume of some followed the largest newspaper in Brazil. It's been a bit more critical and a bit more distant but otherwise it's been unanimity and so I think the media reaction was going to be hostile or was was he being trained berry and ignore the story. Not just because they're so protective of now Justice Minister Sergio Mora but also because in general they feel very hostile toward or competitive with independent media. Because they've had a monopoly for so long on discourse in Brazil but after say like I actually found the reaction Shen surprising almost every major media out with with one major exception which is Globo covered the material pretty fairly in pretty substantively. Camin one big centre-right magazine. That has applauded. Sergio moral and lobby for five years came out with an editorial almost immediately saying these revelations nations are so grave that Sergio Morales should resign. As the Justice Minister and head of the prosecutorial task force should be fired Globo by contrast which unfortunately remains the dominant media. Let they tried for about a week. Ignoring the substance of the revelations and tried to talk about it only as a story about criminal L. Hacking and someone's stealing documents but they became so isolated and how they were talking about the story and the story became so big even Sergio Amoros former supporters. You're saying that what he had done was obviously unethical. Even Globo now has been forced to cover the content of the story albeit no way that's always designed to minimize the harm to minister moral. And Glenn will you know. I know they're still morphing that you guys have to report and release to the public. Will there be any sort of of contribution we've with some of these media that you've mentioned like newspapers such as fully some Paolo. Yeah I mean I'm trying to use the same strategy that they used when they reported on this note and archive which is rather than just keeping it for myself or even just only working with the Guardian. I went around the world in partnered with the largest media outlets in order in in part to make sure the story got as much exposure and impact as it deserved but also because the more reporters you involve the more expertise you bring in. So if I was reporting about and as ice buying in France or in partnership with Spain or Italy or India or Japan I worked with reporters those countries in order to just make sure that there was more expertise not so absolutely already starting our work with other major media outlets here in Brazil to make sure given the size and complexity the archive that it gets is to the public as quickly as possible and also there are just a lot of good reporters at these media outlets bubble a lot of knowledge about the car wash investigation. That will help the reporting winging so. Yeah we're definitely planning on working partnership with other media outlets Glenn one kind of serious question when it comes to Brazil as well how does he feel when it comes to journalist analyst intimidation there because I know there's quite a lot of problems and I know some of the reporters of the intercept even getting some death threats. I mean is it quite scary as it seems. Yeah I mean it's something that we obviously knew is going to happen. I mean we have a president of the country Bolsonaro who doesn't doesn't hide the fact that he admires and believes in the military dictatorship that ruled the country from nineteen sixty four until essentially in nineteen eighty nine when it re democratized. He's been very threatening to media outlets. Political violence is a very real threat in Brazil. The fact that my husband it is a member of the Federal Congress a left wing party and one of our best friends he served on the city council with him was brutally assassinated. A year ago is still on everybody's mind and just yesterday when Sergio Mora went before the Senate you had numerous senators including gyro. Ball's our son. Flavio WHO's a senator talking openly the worst judge Moore about whether we ought to be prosecuted and imprisoned for doing the reporting so the risks of all legal and physical. But they're also ones that we were prepared cared for and we're expecting and took the necessary precautions that we felt like we could take in order to minimize the risk. But you know they're journalistic cover wars. They're journalists who work with no visibility. Journalism can be a very dangerous profession. And if you're not willing to take risks is probably not a profession and you should go into and Glen just sort of curiosity for those who don't know the Brazilian presence of the intercept. When was the Brazilian version of the website? Found actually and is he doing well. How are you proud that you definitely stain there with the website assigned? Yeah what happened was during the 2016 debate over whether to impeach then President Dilma Rousseff was elected twice as part of Luas Workers Party. You know that was one of the things that I started noticing was that this incredibly momentous thing to do to impeach a president who had been twice elected it did and there was almost no dissent in the Brazilian media at the time the Big Brazilian media the big outlets were almost completely unified behind impeaching her and I started writing articles for the intercept before the intercept Brazil existed and we started translating them into Portuguese and it found a huge audience. I mean they were some of the most read articles in the history of the intercept and we realize that there was a demand. You know a niche for this kind of reporting that we do at the intercept in the US in Brazil L. and decided to kind of ride that wave in created the intercept Brazil. And since. Then we've built you know a team of I think we now have fifteen to eighteen gene Yang really aggressive fearless incredibly professional reporters and editors all of whom are Brazilian. Who have been doing amazing work in in a lot of different cases but obviously this particular reporting is a whole new level of of of risk in and of journalistic complexity and the work that they've been doing has been magnificent? I mean obviously we've committed no errors. We've been nothing retracted. No one claims we've made any errors urge it's been top notch From largely young Brazilian reporters challenging the most powerful people in the country and to me that's journalism is about. That's it's fascinating land and I very much look forward to see. What are you guys going to report next? That was journalist and author. Glenn Greenwald there speaking to me and everyone loves a good celebrity profile. When written by inexperienced journalists it can be fun and revealing about the lives of our favorite artists but the genre is changing and celebrities are becoming more reluctant to do those in depth profiles? I I spoke to music writer and deputy music editor for The Guardian Laura's naps who tells me more what makes a good celebrity profile. It's interesting because on one hand they seem to be dying but on the other hand the ones that exist kind of better than ever fewer and fewer of the top celebrities doing them like Frank Ocean. Just he's on the cover of days and confused right now but it's not a profile. He's answering and questions put to him by his fellow celebrities and is Vapid is really Vapid I had salons on the cover recently and there was a profile but it was written by one of her friends. And it like it was oh interesting or interrogative to say hasn't sat for into you I think since two thousand eleven Taylor Swift hasn't sat for one since nineteen thousand nine hundred reputation or there was a tiny anyone recently but it was only small the Big Star in the motor shunning interviews because you know with social media and everything they can maintain complete control over their personas. But then at the same time I feel like. There's there's been a huge resurgence of them in almost like a cult fandom around the people who are writing them if you look at the New York Times people like Taffy BRADESCO ackner thinks. He's made a complete new art form of it. Katie Weaver. I think because really offended that format as well. There are so many great people. They're doing Amanda Hess. And if you look around other publications as well there's star names coming through so doesn't appetite for firm from readers if not necessarily from the world's greatest stars because I agree with you the celebrity celebrity. I'm not saying all the time. Most of the time is quite vapid. It's quite you you don't get anything new. If he's very safe if used that they are not touching in the things that actually the fans would like to know. Yeah exactly and I think one of the reasons that the celebrities are really scared out of these kind of interviews is because the another gospel things they don't want to have to talk about a good profile is about dating gossip it's about like actually defining the person who's at the heart of all of this which I think is true for everybody not just celebrities quite often. It's the people around. You can see better than yourself you know. It's very difficult to solve to find but somebody might be able to pick up on those qualities. He's in spending time with the and one of the reasons why I decided to choose the topic for this week's tack Madonna's profile and the New York Times. I mean if she enjoyed the pictures of her fringe area. But I don't think she was a big fan of the profile. She even wrote on social media like I absolutely hated. I wouldn't even five minutes of my time. Compared spending time without journalists being right I can use that because I've been raped and it was like those quite extreme. 'cause I understand you know Madonna criticize ageism in in reports and as a fan. I do agree view of that. What do you what did you think about profiling particular? I mean on one hand. She had been aware that it was going to be about her age because the photos which are amazing he said you know massive black and white pictures of Madonna in her heyday with slashes through them and then current Madonna peeping through them so she had to be aware that thought jokes position was going to be there but I did agree with her. I didn't think it was a very good piece. Or you know I I think one of the pitfalls that sometime seem profile writing is the person going into it they have. Expectations are around the star and they also need the star to represent the image of the star to them and so the writer in this piece you know. She clearly wanted to go in and talk to Madonna about aging menopause..

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The coolest thing on the island you own with richard branson is what's <laughter> well <hes>. Probably you know a bunch of lemurs. There's and big turtles but those kind of things are the cool factor. I think of it. Can you explain to the audience. How rich you are. I mean i think it's just did it is it does a ranch with john l. Let's do it this way if you had to. Go all in with something better that you own then the island with richard branson. What are you going all in with. It's funny you say that 'cause i just sold that but <hes> no i. You know what i what i've enjoyed right. You just mentioned the rants that's with elway. You know i enjoy the relationship we'll get out there and it's just uh and we'll sit and talk and last and tell stories so it's not about this stuff. Luckily we got cool stuff but it's the people you're hanging with and having a great time with you know and and you know i mean i just took forty of my my grade school friends. You know fishing right. I mean it's you know you couldn't with your roots and you know it's the people. Are you still someone on who will drive through a drive through. I i haven't done that for three days but yes absolutely police well. Let me ask you and feel free to come down here with one hundred dollars in term my idea into a million dollar idea but <hes> i have this idea the marijuana industry. My name is stu gods. I wanna start. Cardi strand called stew pots good ideas partners seventy thirty my love it. Yes all right. I get in touch with your people. What's the next step here. Remember to get in touch with all right <music>. Not it's not a stupid idea right. It's a very good idea. Thank you okay and you're bringing hundred dollars right just to clarify. That's right all right well. I look forward. I'll see you at the show. Thank you for being on with us glenn. It sounds like a cool show. <hes> i imagine you already succeeded or failed and you don't wanna tell us which she did. I tell you it was the hardest thing i've ever done in my life. I mean it was really really a lesson on. Just you know turning the other cheek and fallen down a million times but it was all good is the hardest thing that you had to do. The sleeping in the truck or was there something harder than the oh. Oh gosh that was easy. You know it gets harder and harder and to a point where i said why in the world i risked on my reputation and all those things things that was part of what it is right. Is you get to a place where you think this is too much pain and i need to give up and when you don't give up you become proud of you know who you are so the petered out there a little bit but we appreciate you being on with us and we look forward to watching the show. Thank you glenn all right appreciate it or not. Letter you can listen to the dan lebatardshow with stugatz ten to one eastern on e._s._p._n. Radio and you can wash on e._s._p._n. News..

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And miss the spring with injury which actually gave early enroll ease a lot of rips and they're happy about that as a lot of talent to lose though man fled the gains used to be. I mean honestly it's similar but i've never heard of four number ones at wide receiver. The closest thing i've seen is michael. Irvin brian blades brett perriman like four. That's not something that i've seen <hes> a billionaire next and finally a brazilian gang leader tried to escape from prison by dressing up as his daughter as she visited him behind bars are authorities and sad while vinod food silva known as shorty was wearing a silicon mask glasses and long dark haired wig he was also wearing tight jeans and a pink skirt with eh cartoon image of donuts on it as he tried to escape the prison in rio de janeiro. His plan was apparently to leave his nineteen year old daughter water inside the jail game was not here. I'm sorry antonio put it on the poll. Please does to god's put an axe in escape. Oh absolutely do what a crazy story meant pretty good costume. It is but i mean his plan was to leave his nineteen eighteen year old daughter in jail for all the latest headlines and information to to the sportscenter on e._s._p._n. Radio all all throughout the day that will should i try that rachel undercover billionaire premier's tomorrow night ten pm on.

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"One sixty two thousand nine hundred sixty one two thousand eight one fifty nine hundred sixty two games a year pretty good apologies. I didn't know that robertson cano was in your wheelhouse there. I did that offer memory that in writing. I just know that i'm you know i can't remember ray mysterious name but i just know that that was amazing. Well done but things changed. When you become a met i i mean that's that's fair enough fair enough. I cannot dispute that something that has not changed the personality of mike leach he is is maybe the most lovable weirdo anywhere in sports and we do not have coaches who behave this way. We do not have coaches who have actual shaw fake pirates in their office or are just you know very likely to sit on a stool in key west for a week. <hes> <hes> and here is my weird way. I mean but it's i i mean he does that so mike leach though <hes> had some opinions on and cargoes and if you're not familiar with mike leeches work it can be meandering but always insightful in the way that lunatics can be we sometimes. Have you always worn curvature coach. Yes for the pockets got. You always have pockets. I don't understand those shorts as you know you jog around stuff flaps all over the off those <hes> difficult to say okay 'cause now. It's kind of worthy. They'll give them to me or nike. I'll say you're chickpeas. Ones out type of thing. I can you put on the poll <hes> <hes> when you wear nylons shorts everything flap around. Is that what he said and what he everything what's the everything he speaks like a cellphone in his pocket or no no no no no no no not what he's talking about. He started with pockets. I'm pretty sure that what he was lamenting there that the nylon shorts don't have is pockets and pockets. Don't help with packages. Could you always worn coach for the pockets. You always have pockets. I don't understand those nylon shorts. You know you jog around and stuff flaps all over the place. I don't know lapping makes me think he was <hes> difficult to say because now it's kind word the they'll give them to me or night. You'll see your chick. These ones out pathetic that has nothing to do with your iphone your wallet okay. I just want to move away as quickly as i can from the visual wall mike leach is stuff flapping so i'd like to think amazing same same here cargo short a is what prevents the flat h. Does he go without underwear because regardless is he going commando because regardless of the nylon shorts of the cargo shorts. Gotta have a nice pair of drawers so he's in in pullman pohlmann's different than like baton rouge if you're in baton rouge. There's gonna be a whole lot going on. Are you need like the green bottle of goal bond. You you gotta you. I mean you really need some assistance. Poelman is much much more mild milder than than like baton rouge tuscaloosa right so he just might go commando and begins a pirate for heaven's sake. Are we still calling basketball shorts nylon shorts. Mike leach is mike and mike leeches aid. Ah flapping yeah that i mean i am wrong about pocket. He's not talking about pocket..

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So it'll be available tomorrow. Marty smith be all over e._s._p._n. This week <hes> with that that book. I want you to stop and call in the ron. Mcgill segment that question. Here's some symptoms of the plague abdominal pain diarrhea nausea vomiting fever avert chills extreme weakness. He's bleeding. Blood may not be able to clot shock and then your skin turns black because of the gangrene but it can be treated with antibiotics. What's your guys dragon killing mosquitoes. You guys go with the clap. Always go one handed like just starts slapping with pants like impressive miaki sal you just added air and then you open your hands mind the kung fu grip never there put it on the poll at lebatardshow. What is your approach to killing mosquitoes. What are my options here chris well. There's the clap and then you can just swing wildly with bullpen chocolate. I feel bad for my ten year old daughter. Mia cheated she that little thing had one like sitting on her forehead days ago and i smacked the hill at upside. The head doc robinson canal sunday's game between the mets and the pirates early due to a strained left hamstring. We're all waiting for it and finally a the woman is taking to social media to share the hilarious tale of her husband accidentally eating a whole bar of rather unusual chocolate and while that may they not sound particularly funny you should know the chocolate was filled with laxatives twelve doses of the stuff to be precise you okay mardi no gives me.

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Room. <hes> i want to get to the plague. I want to get to this story of a colorado rapids game or post-match fireworks fireworks show being postponed due to plague. It makes me wonder why everything before. The fireworks show wasn't also postponed. I haven't you know the nearby plague but before we get to that lane johnson has arrived in our lives he's shirtless and he is announcing that the philadelphia eagles offensive line is about to look more like get did two years ago than it did last year lane johnson who told us about <hes> they needed. I think the way the story went is that he needed the baby sitter to stay away from the juice. I think that that's the way the story what the case made off in the off season. Have a guy stays with me to make sure i don't do nothing stupid. Wait a minute for the organization dez bryant babysitter a hired him as my manager yeah. He does a lot of my social media all the schools you still laying. What did you do that. You need a baby sitter what happened. I got suspended suspended twice. Mike what's he doing on social media other than being huge in shirtless is huge shirtless this and now shredded the guy's got the man v like an eight pack. Your looks incredible and we see laying wow wow what's brickhouse house johnson one of the more terrifying players in the n._f._l. And he tweets out with this picture rankings period grades period analyst analyst period ratings period september eighth army emoji hashtag paved save the lane arm emoji like it's just a muscle muscle and and what what is it pave the lane hashtag pave the lane a names lane. It's pretty tricky. Ho what is going on with the plague somebody. Please explain to me how it is. It's back i am. I thought we had radical. Put it on the poll antonio. Didn't you think and i know we have excuse me a previous question like this but didn't you think the plague had been eradicated. It peaked in europe around thirteen forty eight. It's amazing you know that off the top of your <hes> the real heyday but apparently the surrounding area has a bunch gotcha prairie dogs that are infected with the plague and mosquitoes are biting and doing what mosquitoes do flying around off of the you know the blood blood of prairie dogs with the plague and health officials decided. You know what let's on hang around this stadium longer than we have to. Let's play the game. Let's gave hey the rapid game. We'll just postpone the fireworks which kill the mosquitoes. I think i would you think would scare them away. There'd be a lot of smoke to eradicate. The explosions might scare away a prairie dog and you might have the plague just scrambling in the stadium. Why are there prairie dogs filled with the plague league around the colorado rapids. That's a great question a question that i cannot answer. I'm only here to give you the facts why the fireworks were delayed. What impact would it have on the food chain if we figured out some scientific methodology to eradicate mosquitoes altogether because they're just real pain in the ass. I mean what do they do. You think you can't do that. I think think they're vital. I think total chaos you able to really mess up the food. Fireworks shows all over the land would be cancelled because of what would spread through our prairie. Dogs are bleeding adding prairie dogs. I am jim legitimately baffled. I need some more explanations of how strong the plague.

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's just dulcet tones like yates soothing he should do like sleep meditation apps or <hes> relaxation and meditation after because his voice is soothing. You know how many people accused me of my accent. Wchs am being fake like a lot of people think i'm making this up as if it's some sort of benefit as an orator that you sound like it it. The accent is definitely cartoon. I would say south. I would just say cartoon grainger facility managers what i i was gonna say though marty smith's america podcast e._s._p._n. App apple podcasts. It's just nice and fun to listen to him. He's fun to listen to so check that out so in one hour. Glenn stearns is gonna join us. He is a billionaire who's got a project coming <music> out where the basic premise is. He arrived somewhere with one hundred dollars and he's going to turn it quickly into a million dollar business so we're going to talk to that guy i in an hour. We'll see whether his premises something they're all sorts of rules but he's arriving somewhere undercover with one hundred dollars and the idea is that in ninety days he could build a million dollar business. We're gonna talk to that guy in an hour. Stu gods is gonna call him right now. I said ed avoiding eddie arrived here. I usually work the opposite direction. Dan fly with a million one hundred now that i'm familiar with your work in in that area. How about that. I've seen you. I've seen you negotiate us down from that was unfortunate with your green room. <hes> i want to get to the plague. I want to get to this story of a colorado rapids game or.

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"This is the dan le batard show with stugatz podcasts and we've got stugotz his weekend observations in thirty seconds but chris. What is it that i overheard you yelling about that. Someone jumped into the ocean. Go fish with their hands. This is insane. Yoki noah his dad who is a tennis player yannick. Noah run won the french open. He released a video where he's on a boat in the ocean and all of a sudden you seem kind of setting up the video and then he dives into the ocean and less than ten seconds later. He comes up with a fish without rules. Rules is alive vicious alive now now there is a little on a little skeptical because there is a slight cut in the video so it appears this didn't happen as fast as the video makes you think but he comes up with with a fish alive in his bare hands he bit the fish. That's what mike was saying earlier. No he did enlist jahic bites into the fish and spits out a chunk are put it on the poll antonio plays before we get to god's this weekend. Observations is it possible to jump into the ocean catcher fish asia and then <hes> bite a piece of it. You remember that guy one of the great <hes> clay court players of all time while really flexing ninety so you guys dominated the red clay lights rolling garas more than what we were talking about it and you're gonna love them like the single least interesting path possible time now for the rest of this weekend observations nations. It is time for us to share your skin notes. No one in the media will tell you what happened better than my voice to <hes> he's now gabon fees slider men we get observations rotea by vivid seats needs to a.

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Split. You know i i would say most of those are pretty middle by some more left wing somewhere between parties and effort that we realized that something's gotta be done in one on my friends texted back. He goes well one hundred for him. Then you know you can just maybe do something have more strengthened. Some of us and i said okay. You're a five hundred something this morning. I said that the game you know. I didn't plan this but just came across plus. He screamed that during play grabbed a microphone on the field would not allow it to be something that was not on the field that sound is courtesy of m._l._s. and and the philadelphia union transition time for some ants we will. I'll try to be a reprieve for you. The rest of the way we understand that sports sometimes exists to be an escape from this stuff and you don't want to think about it. I feel like we all need to think about it right now but i understand if you have play. I was at the gym this week three televisions shooting shooting shooting again then to television sports off to the side and that's like all that was on the telephone. I want to say though our listeners. I am one of them. I listen to you guys every single day and so fortunate to have the kind of perspective in the kind of voice that you have and the <hes> the ability to be so direct and so thoughtful about these very important topics in our country but <hes> while also bringing that levity that you guys have this amazing ability to do <hes> it's it's. It's this wonderful mailed and i know listeners feel that way. I'll speak for <hes>. Thank you marty. His new book never settle sports. Family in the american soul will be available tomorrow broke. I paid for me -tising scouts here one..

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"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"glenn him" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So we were telling you about <hes> the way that america seeps into the things happening in america seep into sports. It's almost impossible all to keep them out arnie smith with us here. He'll be with us all show <hes> but we got a local kid here from miami. Who's an m._l._s. player. He's played internationally <hes> he's on the philadelphia union and he did this at a with an open microphone after scoring a goal this this weekend the sound is courtesy of f s one must take the the third minute. The captain comes up with a very big something now and so that <hes> that sound is courtesy of f s one and his manager backed him up as book on allah hundred team the philadelphia union team and supportive of his comments on gun control <hes> again <hes> two hundred fifty fifty shootings this year. I'm i'm on his side so <hes> it's outrageous. Things need to change in this country for sure and then i'll support anyone who speaks their mind and is intelligent and informed on it every time so that's what i'll hundred is <hes> he's passionate. He cares and again. It's a real issue in our country. Now that needs changed again. <hes> a lot of people will tell me now. Tell allie to shut up and you know stick to sports and all the stupid lines that come up but <hes> it's crazy. It's crazy in our country right now and i think it needs to change as well now but doria <hes> in weston was very close to all the things that happened in parkland and the parkland the kids have been leaders nationwide <hes> on some of the arguments and the politics and the side taking that happens around this stuff that shouldn't happen happen but when you are grieving and you feel helpless and you've lost control you wanna sort of lash out anywhere. That's what this that's what he's doing. He's grabbing an open microphone and screaming screaming because many of us spent the weekend wanting to scream. You're like what the hell is this. I am now unsafe here. I'm now unsafe in in america. I think what i at least as the people in parkland and i went through that as well i live in parkland and i live one hundred yards or so from storm douglas and after stoneman douglas it was this is going got to be the final one. This is going to be the fun of one in. Everyone says that after a mass shooting this is it. This is going to be the final one. This is the straw. This is going to make government and congress. I do something and it's just not the case and it's really sad that we continue to go through these continue to see these things happen and we have people aw in positions of power who could do something to make it stop to minimize it and that has not yet happened and that said the thing that i was thinking about this morning being as i watch the coverage is it saddens me so so greatly that in so many ways americans have become desensitized to this <music> in so many ways americans here it they consume it. It's another one we have a bit of sorrow and we go about our our day. The shock of it in the guttural sorrow of it is is not where it should be and and i'll tell you guys i had the opportunity right after sandy hook i went to that town and i sat that with a pair of parents who who lost their little boy there. Little boy was murdered in that school and i watched those parents try to rationalize that and i watched those parents walk listlessly through their days. He's trying so desperately to make some semblance of sense of it and there is no damn sense and to see to sorrow within them to walk in that sweet little souls bedroom and see the lines on his closet wall where they had shown in his growth with a pencil. It just disgusts me. <hes> adam schefter was on twitter and he just sent out some simple facts that are not in dispute dayton nine el paso twenty virginia beach twelve aurora illinois five thousand. I was an oak twelve pittsburgh. Eleven apples five santa fe texas ten parkland seventeen sutherland springs texas twenty-six. They love their guns..

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