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"gwendolyn" Discussed on The Slowdown

The Slowdown

05:38 min | Last week

"gwendolyn" Discussed on The Slowdown

"Hi, it's Tracy. As we draw close to the twenty twenty election I want to urge you to think about the stakes we live with. Our lives in this nation are complicated and they are inextricably interconnected. Everything is at stake all the time for all of us. And though our government is flawed, voting is something we ought to treat as if it were sacred. It's one of the most direct ways that we contribute to the future of our nation. Please vote and make sure your friends family and neighbors vote to. Tracy case. And this is the slow down. There's a line in Imani Perry's book breathe a letter to my son's that has never left my mind. The line for me is a form of consolation in the face of loss something that captures the many complex feelings that arise in grief. And it speaks to the complications of surviving in an unjust world. Here's the line. It was his time to rest. It is our time to struggle. Even now, a version of this line helps me to make sense. If, such a thing is possible of the loss of my parents years ago it was their time to rest. It is our time to struggle. Shirley, it captures the essence of life in this fraught century. Today's poem by hockey our Motto Booty Pays Tribute to Gwendolyn Brooks honoring the great poets work of language and conscience, and it lays out a clear sense of the work that we the living must struggle to complete the work of justice. The work of healing the work of staying awake and telling the truth. It is our time to keep at it to Labor to build to resist to speak and to preserve if we do. Perhaps then there might be time for rest and joy and communion and celebration in our lifetime. Brooks America in the wintertime. Hockey our. Motto Booty. In this moment of Ranga Tans Wolves and scavengers. Of High Heat redesigning the North and South Poles and the wanderings of new times in Limousines with the confirmations of liars, thieves and get over artists in the Wilderness of Pennsylvania Avenue Standing Rock. Misspelled executive orders on yellow paper with crooked signatures. Where are the kind language makers among us? At a time of extreme climate damage deciphering fake news alternative. And MIA's them. You saw the twenty first century and left us not on your own accord or permission. You have fought and fought most of the twentieth century creating an army of poets who learned and Loved Language and stories of complicated rivers, seas, and oceans. Where is the kind green nourishment of Kale and wheat grass. You thought wrote and lived poetry knew that terror is also language based on denial, first ISM and rich cowards. You were honey and yes to US never ran from black as in bones, Africa blood and questioning yesterday's and tomorrow's. We never saw you dance, but you had rhythm. You were a warrior before the war creating Earth language uncommon signs and maladies, and did not sing the songs of career slaves. Keenly, aware of Tubman Douglas Wells, Barnett do boys, and the oversized consciousness and commitment of never quit people religiously taking note of the bloodlust enemies of kindness we hear your last words. America, if you see me as your enemy. You have no friends. The slowdown is a production of American public media in partnership with the Poetry Foundation. This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Chelsea man released from prison after serving 34 years for murder he says he didn’t commit, Boston

WBZ Overnight News

00:48 sec | Last week

Chelsea man released from prison after serving 34 years for murder he says he didn’t commit, Boston

"Decades in prison for a murder. He said he did not commit now. Chelsea Menace home freed after a Supreme Court justice ruled he deserves a new trial. There's W B. C's Carl Stevens 34 years. That's how long Tommy Rosa was in prison until being released just a few days ago. He could hardly believe it. When freedom arrived. Tell us about when you found out you were going to be coming home today, he said. I have some happy news and I got very sometimes you always thought this day would never happen that interview courtesy of the New England Innocence Project. They're the ones who filed the motion for a new trial, arguing there's plenty of evidence, including DNA evidence indicating Rosa did not murder Gwendolyn Taylor in 1985. Live, the group's executive director, issued a statement saying We will not stop fighting for Mr Rosa until this wrongful conviction is overturned. Carl Steven stop

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on Thunder Slime

Thunder Slime

05:54 min | Last month

"gwendolyn" Discussed on Thunder Slime

"Do I. Yeah. I miss a diner. Yeah. We used to go all the weeds go three times. We you like to scream to and I love well, let me ask you this. You're screaming Have you ever felt because I'm always embarrassed by it I always. Too Far. Your Dad's here. Hold on. There's a car from. Her. There's a court from eighteen. ninety-nine. Outside Yeah there they sound the horn. It's like, oh Come on up Gwendolyn does here. Yeah. Jesus. The milk. Manziel. Have you ever as year loud is Italian ass. Ever taken it too far. You're screaming have you ever felt like oh Have I ever. Have you ever gotten into situation where you've never know you're loud mouth has never got new smacked upside the head now. Do it. My. Dad used to give me cracking in public so I learned about. There wasn't all timid or put on me at some point. Yeah. But. Then puppies jacked up, it can go pretty high. Yeah I know like, I like getting out I. is there any time I like mixing it up? Have you ever felt like maybe I shouldn't have but it was five. nope. Never lives never once. Questioned now. Of all times screamed and you said some Shit nonstick out. You.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

P.U.M.P.S. Radio

03:38 min | 2 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

"Now, the Dome of hope has a campaign going on right now to raise three million dollars which is extremely easy when you have organizations that are raising much much much more across the nation to continue to give hope not only in the black community but in the communities that have been impoverished ignored and disregarded. we want to continue in that vein to talk about not only leadership in your home but civic leadership. With organizations like the Dome of hope and making sure that your voice is being heard in an effective way absolutely correct without the funding without the partnership. How can we as a people continue to move forward I highlighted it yesterday in the lifebeat that not only do we need to continue to voice our distrust in in our? Ill, thoughts against you know our presidential cabinet right now and everything that is going on on a federal and even state level. But calling those leaders holding them accountable calling them out, making sure that our local NAACP or in AA EP is continuing to use the funding that they're given to have contracts with these organizations making sure that the black chambers are. patriots or patronizing black entrepreneurs. Black business owners making for those contracts are being fulfilled, and that's a funding is being dispersed equally with or. In the black community, not just the popular ones are the ones that everybody knows. But the ones that have proven to do the work, Gwendolyn daily founder and CEO of the Dome of Hope Organization is one leader. Who has proven to do the work? Not just because she's my mom and I know it but because it is evident. So as we're wrapping up the show I want you to continue. To share how people can fund or assist in the funding and what the funding will do for organizations like the Dome of hope. And for the programs that you're offering in the community. Great that's. Just not the hold you and just to make this point one is now we have to reclaim our culture and reclaiming our culture is going hope it's not it's not free. It's GonNa cost you something you got to be willing to put your money where your mouth is so to speak, we can march all day long but in order to Alleviate. Lot of the distress and the disparities in our community we have to be for. We have to do it for ourselves and we don't have to wait for the trickle down economy to come to us, or we don't have to wait for us to receive the stimulus to stimulate our our maybe neighborhoods. We can do that and he doesn't take that much one is to be willing to donate like go back to our website. And donate their the money that we collect. We give it goes to art education department's Wiki of over we already given over five thousand dollars in scholarships. Or? We scholarships, we've an aid with your parents and help them not only just a student but the parents to we give to our community we provide food we provide clothing.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

P.U.M.P.S. Radio

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

"Relationships and marriages. There's not just one pure right. Unless you. Send human race but a lot of people have planning that family members who are by Ray. So interconnected that bills stronger. So I am so happy because when you look out over the news and look out just on your street and see some the protests and involved in. A lot of non African American that are leading the protesters well, because we have to realize that every human being just what is what is just right? No matter what color you are and for them to stand in solidarity and from the young people I I so excited and so happy about it because that gives us folk and even in the black community because they're standing up and shining a light that this is not right. This is not right. So what are the things that we have to do elders is encouraged support. On the way. That'll. Encourage support and get out of the way. Warning to everyone who was tuning and is Ms j in the morning you have locked yourself into one of the best morning shows in the world we are live right now, Gwendolyn daily founder and CEO of the Dome of hope this is the with liberty just us for all freedom for black voices series and today we're discussing hope in the black community support encourage and get out of the way of young people who were on fire and passionate about standing against injustices police brutality. What's just not effective or ineffective, and what's not right right now, not only in America but around the world. and. Also those who were standing to support what is right and what is working. So with the Dome was hope and everything that you were offering in the community how is the community helping or how can the community continued to help and support the Dome of hope? Fundamentally. Financially meaning the money we need the money because in all protesting and all scenes that are of good. It's GonNa take some funding. There's GonNa, be some funding and raise them these funds. So even we need a funding, that's what we can do. It doesn't matter how much because everybody do a little bit. We don't everybody you don't have to all of us don't have to do a lot. So we we have to do whatever we can do to support the dumber file so we should support you. So funding getting the word out letting people know that the dumber fault exist in. So just and I think you J for even allowing me this platform because this is one of one of the ways that we can get the word out with Saddam out, join our our team and support us on our three million dollar campaign for. And just funding, find me, and that's the main thing because we get the funding, we can continue to do the work. And we can continue to support those who are on the battlefield and getting them prepared any quit. PREPARED EH equipped to go out and do much much more prepared and equipped to teach them. Okay. Just even who's on top lot of people know even in the Political Ram, they know the president may might know their mayor but they don't know their senator simply persons for just even to know that you have to be equipped you can't just run out.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

P.U.M.P.S. Radio

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

"In the morning good morning good morning to everyone who was tuning is out to mark walkers Nelson Dj Maestro One, go the that's my the J. Good morning to everyone who is tuned in this series is owned by Walter. Hawkins. Thank you Lord for all that you've done for me. Special guest today. Ms Wendelin daily CEO founder of the Dome of Hope Organization not only is she the founder and CEO of an amazing organization? Making hope a reality globally she is also my mom talking about. In the black community with liberty, justice for all freedom for black voices the entire month of June I'm excited for all of you guys who were tuning in. Giving us a shot that shot out. Now it's time for the MS J area coach checking those of you who are listening to new to the show, and you don't know what this moment means. This moment means you get an opportunity to rep Yo city. So call into the studio right now tell everybody in your area to call in five, one, five, six, zero, five, nine, three, two, zero if you're listening. Online and you WANNA rep your city in your area code to my social media go ahead sliding. It's okay. Go ahead, search area, cody and real quick I e those of you who are calling in again right now it's five, one, five, six, zero, five, nine, three, two, zero, two switchboards lighting up and I love it I love it, I, love it. It's an opportunity for you to rep your city an opportunity for me to say thank you and to make you laugh. Yeah. Yeah y'all know this past week I finally released the official. Area Code check in song and then go to well because y'all know I never get it right? Okay it's okay to take a moment to laugh it's okay to take a moment to release. It's okay to take a moment to laugh at yourself and not take life too seriously all the time. So so you know listen up that face you know get a little tightening up get a little smile get a little release. You know studies have shown that laughing and smiling actually releases healthy indoor to reduce stress. To actually tighten your neck and your face. WHAT'S NATURAL FACE LIFT and it's good for your body. It's good for you to laugh. So we all get right into the midday area coach chicken is now..

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

P.U.M.P.S. Radio

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

"I break all of that, and now SOI party break every. Oh He. Changed Ball when I walked amazed stage and they call my name. Paul. I brought you. Yeah, I, can do it. You gotTa take that first. You gotta take it. Take. Give you. Yours every five. have an opportunity. Every bod- have an opportunity sometimes covered a lot of shit. But. You gotTA still go and get it sometimes you gotTa Walk Through Sid mortared again it. Through shorts. As Yours. Well. You come up and just like fertilize when you come up, you smell the roses. Now, let me have another SIP. True speaking just the way that it should be this morning on Dominion Day in the morning with Gwendolyn daily founder CEO of the Dome of Hope Organisation discussing hope in the black community not only is she the founder and CEO of the Doma hope she is my mother and we are live right now with liberty and justice for all. This series this month freedom for black voices speaking of.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

P.U.M.P.S. Radio

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

"P. S. sets out to the women of Pumps Cidade we have. One special guest not only is she the founder and CEO of the Dome of Hope Organisation Miss? Gwendolyn daily is also my mother and also an elder sister. Organization, right now it's time for the first SIP. Those of you who are new to the show it's our. Unity to say, cheers to ourselves fake here's to you. Cheers to me tears to us. Cheers to a new day. Those of you who are not new to the show. You know the best part of MS J Waking Up is coffee in my cup hunting but this is a judgement free zone. There's no judgment you might have tea and your cup you might have water a smoothie juice milk I don't know. Maybe it's happy hour where you are and you gotta little libation it's okay. As long as you drink responsibly. So at this moment. Miss Gwendolyn daily is going to join us. For the first SIP on today bringing. Hope discussing hope pushing hope supporting hope in the black community. Sponsoring the Dome of hope sponsoring today's I sip my what do you have in your cup this morning. Girl I got makes good folger's in my. And I'm ready for this. Black. Instrument. Black. We're talking. We're talking about blocking. Hoping the black community I got a black song and sweet and I all. Ready for. ruined. Because As far as I see. Yeah. Everyone around the world to me at this time, we raise our cubs to say cheers and salute to making it to a new day. To make him through another night. Despite it all in spite of it all still holding on to hope. So cheers to you in salute. Let's take our first SIP together. Who? Always. Another one another one. Oh..

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

P.U.M.P.S. Radio

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on P.U.M.P.S. Radio

"A great topic, a great subject surrounding supporting black voices, black issues, not only here in America but around the world we stream and over ten different countries over twenty territories worldwide and I know I cannot be able to accomplish those goals. If it wasn't for you you listeners and today we have a very, very special guest. A very special guests that I'm excited about She is the founder and CEO of the Dome of Hope Organization headquarters in Northern California changing lives spreading hope globally, Miss Gwendolyn daily. How do I know so much about this woman because she is my mother as oil today she's GonNa come in and talk about hope. In the black community..

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

03:30 min | 5 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The day was June seventh nineteen seventeen. Poet Gwendolyn Brooks was born into Pika. Kansas Brooks was the first black American writer to win a Pulitzer Prize. Bricks was raised in Chicago where she grew up. Reading poets like Paul Laurence Dunbar and writing her own work. She was introverted, but her parents supported her love for reading and writing. She published her first poem tied when she was a teenager and by age seventeen, she was publishing poems frequently in the newspaper, the Chicago defender after graduating from junior college I began working as publicity director of the youth. Organization of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for end up Lacey Pe- she also continued developing her craft by going to poetry workshops, and she pursued a career in writing. All the while. Brooks was paying attention to the racial dynamics in the city of Chicago she wants, said quote. I wrote about what I saw and heard on the street. Brooks published her first poetry collection a street in Brownsville and nineteen forty five in it. She chronicled the everyday life of black people in her neighborhood. The book garnered her critical acclaim and people welcomed her as a new voice in contemporary poetry. For years later, Brooks published any Allen a book of poetry that tells the story of a Black Woman's growth from childhood to adulthood in Brownsville Brooks won the Pulitzer Prize for this book in Nineteen Fifty. Her earlier work was characterized by social realism, technical expertise and a different perspective on black life. To published her first and only novel MoD Martha in Nineteen fifty-three. The book told the story of my Martha's life in short vignettes. After books attended the second black writers. Conference at Fisk University in Nineteen Sixty seven, her writing style changed in her work took a more political stance in the Mecca published in nineteen, sixty eight included a long narrative poem about a mother, searching for her lost child in a Chicago Housing Project. Author and activist Tony Kaye Bamboo wrote in the New York Times. Book Review that Brooks had quote, a new movement and energy, intensity, richness, power, statement, and a new stripped lean, compressed style, a change of style prompted by change of mind. In the Nineteen Seventies Brooks left the publishing house, Harper and row and turned to new black publishing companies. She also published her first autobiography report from part one in Nineteen seventy-two, while some critics said that it didn't give them insight that they hoped for others praise its acknowledgement of her role as a poet. Brooks was the first woman to become the poetry consultant to the Library of Congress through this work visit local schools. She was also poet laureate of the State of Illinois and in this role, she visited colleges, prisons, hospitals and other community institutions. Altogether Brooks wrote more than twenty books of poetry. She also taught at universities around the United States. Brooks died in two thousand. I'm Jeffcoat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. And if you have any time where you want to send us, you can hit us up on social media where at td I, H C podcast on facebook, twitter and instagram. You can also send your nose to us via email at this day.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Whose death has sparked more than a week of protests across the country community activists trade power will be there today would be extremely moving sad remembering George Reverend al Sharpton will deliver the eulogy at Minneapolis north central university Floyd's brother felonious tells CBS news and upgraded second murder degree murder charge isn't enough for former officer Derek Chauvin when you look at that guy when he was on his neck and neck with clean for a life like please please just let him breathe get all four of them get off of them he was just looking at them like they live in a cage is something like you can get to ME Chauvin pressed his knee against Lloyds neck for almost nine minutes charges were brought against three other former officers yesterday CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez case CBS news time six thirty two or one now to part four of our week series this week a place to shelter we're looking at how San Francisco is changing its response to homelessness during the pandemic today KCBS reporter Kathy Novak visits an RV village where nearly a hundred people live in the city's Bayview distracting last name is Cummins C. O. L. E. M. A. N. your name is on the phone that's what I'm saying the brand name is a coincidence but Donnie's Coleman sees divine intervention in that RV relative there right here is like here guardian angel right she is Gwendolyn Westbrook CEO of mother brown a Bayview drop in center that provides meals showers and since it doesn't have a permit for beds chairs.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

11:46 min | 8 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Sort of Three D. That's right yes yes now from fifty to sixty even from our exactly exactly what I mean. But when we were kids they were. They were still pretty cool. They were old then they were old then all right and this being a show about view. I know this is where you went. These two old guys are talking about all right. Yeah so it turns out view masters still around but they actually have a virtual reality view. Master Okay now uses your phone and you slip your name matter in Hassi. Getting Chai right and then they have an APP. Hugo had a car the cardboard was at saying. Yeah that's right but they actually have software and things. Yeah so the view master virtual reality starter. Pack that's twenty bucks on Amazon Dot Com. Hey I'll show Gwen so she can see what it looks like. It's very retro looking. Psychic Kid's toy. It is the kids today. Yeah but it's also the idea that we'll use the view master brand promote this virtual reality because all the kids know about view master ever heard of it and now Richard and I feel like to Olga. So it's a kid friendly device. It'll surround you with stunning. Three hundred sixty degree environment feels if you are really there you download the view master. Vr Absent Your smartphone. Slide your smartphone into the viewer. Look at the preview. Reel in simply click lever to launch yourself in the three hundred. Sixty degree immersive experiences. Then you have that great look of having a giant pair of skis across your face and you get to say wow look around every everybody looks awesome with VR Goggles. Right and then a feel for stuff like environment you know they're waving danger will Robinson senior trip over the dog. Okay awesome anyway. That's what I got. Who's talking to us today? Richard Rubicon show fourteen eighty eight. That's all the way back in October. Twenty seventeen years back so show. We did about building Web APPs in view Sean Wilderness. Yeah and long enough ago that it's this is probably a little unfair as well. 'cause you know frameworks evolve. Things change cracked. This particular comic comes for mortgages. Thanks for a great show. He mostly spoken about view in the context of the simple non web. Pack set up. I think I would agree. That is my preferred way to use it. But I get the impression it's mostly intended as a gateway to using it the quote proper way. He mentioned that everybody that you run into uses view in that simple setup but most of the discussion. I find around on the Internet. Use The web pack set up you think is a mismatch who knows being most vocal about it and those that use it the most if so I wonder what impact might have on view moving forward and specifically. I can't help but feel that. The lack of mechanism for multi file components is something that causes pain for non web pack you developers and is likely every introduced his the option to use web pack. And at the time again this two years ago. Sean did comment back. It's like after certain level complexity at Web can really help and I'm sure you can chime in on this. There was someone in the room. Some expert says I know strange concept. Now and Sean went on to say. I'm trying to avoid using more transpires in packagers to keep my dad experience as simple as possible but we are working large code base jumping into Web pak-tai script and so forth is kind of necessary and my view of view no pun intended of said. It's perfect for those small uses. Where a full on spot isn't necessary. Yeah all right the goal position fairmount if we can look back on that mortgage thank you so much your comment. I'm sure we'll talk about it. Further and a copy of Music. Oh by is on. Its Way to you if you'd like a copy music. Oh by write a comment on the website. Donna rox DOT COM or on facebook. We publish every show there. And if you comment there and I really show will said you copy musical and definitely follow us on twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm at Carl. Franklin send us a tweet. Three days please. Three tweets only yes. Jump right off the phone into your face. Okay let's introduce Gwendolyn Faraday. She's with us. He's a software developer from Indianapolis Indiana who works mostly with Web and blockchain technologies for fun. She dabbles in various programming. Languages WORKS ON RANDOM IOT PROJECTS AND MAKES APPS that help people learn or build good habits through gamification. Welcome thank you for having me your welcome. Thanks for being here. Is it mean again. I was reading a comment from two years ago. I'm sure views moved along a fair bit from there but web packs till sort of the okay. So you're GONNA be a grown up with multiple people working on this thing weblogs unnecessary body. Quesion yeah definitely and about that comment. So few years ago view hadn't really become popular in the West so I think a lot of people were either using it as beginners or as a kind of a easy drop in lightweight replacement for J. Query which view is interesting as a framework because it can be used as a lightweight library. You can pull it in a CDN and just start working off of it which is great. The default syntax is html and JAVASCRIPT CSS but most people and every professional application. I've ever worked with view definitely had a web pack setup. The Nice thing about view is it kind of I think it learned from the madness of setting up a react up a few years ago and by default it sets up a really nice scaffold APP with its Cli. It takes you through a wizard. You can either use a gooey or do it in the terminal and the wizard will let you choose the options that you want in your application. Do you want unit? Testing state management routing. Anything else and it gives you a boilerplate APP and all you have to do is run the server and it just works so we should maybe talk a little bit about web pack for people who don't know module Bundler that basically cover everything does or does definitely doesn't cover everything. Web Pack is a massive tool. That does many things for you but in essence it does bundle your modules together in output CSS Java script and static files for you so rather than having to have. Let's Lo files all over the place. You make a bundle together. Yeah as soon as I like the repeatability right just sort of got a group. People trying to work on something and we have a lot of different files. New things made L. Time how do you are? How are you sure when you put together a bill you got all the bits you can move it around accurately when chasing broken installs a huge problem and these are just tools? Make it simpler to make sure you get repeatability. At the downside of getting started is harder than the other problem is just because things are bundled doesn't mean they're still can they still can't independently break right or be wrong or be right. You have a bundle of wrong. I don't know if there's any fixing for bundle of wrong problem but it again. It's like once you get the bundle of rights. It's easier to keep that bundle. No Right Bundle wrong. I guess should we do a little recap on view? Talked about it a while. How do you explain? View to the to the newcomer so view calls itself a Progressive Framework Like I said you can use this little of it as you want or as much as you want. It takes a middle of the road approach so you have one side which is called batteries included where you have at angular ember. It tells you this is how you're going to do it. Very opinionated right. But it's also well documented and you don't have to make those extra decisions when you're planning out your application on the opposite end of the spectrum is what you call micro frameworks or libraries as react. 'cause itself which is very small and only does a few things for you and everything else you have to make decisions about And there's no official way to do it so the official documentation doesn't recommend mob attacks over Reebok's one way or the other for state management. There's not even an official router for react will react to router cleverly named itself so that it seems like the official. Radyr but it's actually made by another group so where you have you in the middle where it's opinionated enough. That it gives you an official documented way to do everything and the core team makes it. State Management View Acts as well as view router and internationalization and many other libraries view test utilities etc. And but they give you the option. You don't have to use that. Be officially been exactly Crowder if you want I suppose so. Don't know that you would but yeah. I'm not sure if it would work but it might because of you being very flexible actually allows you to write in J S X if you want or she so you don't have to use the default. Html template so. I wonder if react rider would then work with you. Maybe yeah does make it a good idea but I mean I do feel like weird time in our industry where we're preferring quite opinionated libraries. Not Nobody needs another. Do Everything Library. Yeah I think people are really tired of decision fatigue Which is a lot of people like view because of the approachability in fact? That's the number one reason why people say they choose view because of like I mentioned the Cli you can just click a few buttons or choose a few options in the terminal and you have a whole application with web packing everything set up and ready to go battling the getting upper going side of this. Yeah quickly to hello hello world and then start buildings and things exactly and you haven't gone down a path of three months of work later like We Mis configured this at the beginning. Now we're GONNA have to take it apart and try reassemble again. Yeah I'm more interplay like if you have a very opinionated library you need some of the capabilities. There's some other library that can be added to that. Yeah there are definitely a lot of other libraries. The great thing about view is that it kind of learned from the lighter. Weight frameworks like reacted that you you know. If you don't force people into decisions than great thriving community of people who make all these different tools for your ecosystem appears there's more active users and people creating like you I- component libraries and all that stuff for your community so let's talk about that view ecosystem because it is obviously a strength and I like that view you know has that second mover advantage. Learn from other people's mistakes and trying to pick this middle. Yeah is any of this retail? All Open source. It's all open source. Yes it's by the community for the community. Plenty of people selling consulting services like there's business to be had dogs providing gliders. Yeah this view..

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Think of Sadness as a Person

Curiosity Daily

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Think of Sadness as a Person

"Here's a trick. Next time you feel sad give that sadness sadness a name then give it a personality a physical appearance conversational style and maybe a desire seriously. According to recent research and the Journal consumer psychology thinking of your sadness as a person may help you feel less sad. This is basically an extension of what psychologists have known for a while when faced with something challenging. It's good to think about what you would tell a friend to do. You're likely to be more gentle with yourself. Since you're observing the problem at a distance likewise the study found that individuals asked to think of their sadnesses person reported feeling less sad afterward probably because they were able to increase the distance between themselves and their challenging emotions shins. So let's pretend you're feeling sad because you came across Exxon facebook you say to yourself. The sadness named Gwendolyn is jealous that this person has has moved on why his Gwendolyn shown up. Maybe because she's worried she'll be alone forever then you might be able to respond to your sadness thoughtfully and compassionately instead instead of criticizing yourself for feeling it or doing something impulsive but a word of warning. This strategy is specifically for sadness. It could backfire. If it's used on on positive feelings. The researchers found that imagining your happiness as a person will dilute its effects in the same way which you don't want so watch out you could become too powerful bowl for your own good. The researchers also say they just don't know if the same strategy will work for other feelings like guilt or embarrassment. Those feelings are more involved with a self and detaching might not work likewise depression is a much more complex experience and this strategy might be too simple to tackle it but the bottom line seems to to be that distancing yourself from your feelings can help you process challenging emotions so take a step back give your sadness and name and move through it. Good luck. Yeah Good Luck and we've got your number Gwendolyn Wendelin get Outta here. Gwendolyn apologies. If your name is Gwendolyn and you're listening to this know Gwendolyn were harmed in the making making of this podcast

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on Behind The Screen

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

09:41 min | 10 months ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on Behind The Screen

"Gwen Lord thank. Thank you for joining us. I I question Laura actually. Maybe you could start with this. Is there a marvel. Cinematic universe approach to the sound. Yeah I'd say very much so If you think about it you know. Many of the characters in the locations and the practical spaceships and weaponry and all that sort of stuff travels from movie to movie and ended evolves in the different movies. I think of Hulk as being a character who started off very you know grunting and almost animalistic sounds in Avengers I he only had a couple of moments in there and then by the time you get to then game. He's he's a full on. You know character speaking role through through the whole movie. So it's interesting. You have to when you start. I find that whenever I start with a new marvel character. I'm very conscious of like okay. I WANNA write this all down down because we're going to be back here and he kind of processing we do the voice and he kind of treatments we do. If we pitch shift somebody we have to make a note of that because they're going to pop up in another movie. In fact in in this film we had Ronan the accuser. WHO first showed up? I believe in guardians and when he showed up guardians he had to be you know very threatening an and had you know a whole character that we had to establish so his voice was pitched down a little bit in that film and it also made it kind of comic sometimes because he just sounded kind of stupid but in this film when he pops up we had to remember what that shift was how he treated it The location he was in the spaceship. He was in had a particular echo on it that I had to put back. So I'm very conscious of making notes about every particular voice that comes through that universe and and keeping it as consistent as I possibly can and you've also said that you always I have an element of comedy in there too. Yeah so that's another thing I mean talking about the the sonic thing but just also the general philosophy of marvel movies which is something I really enjoys. Is that they although they are action. Big Action movies giant. Set pieces a lot of you know warfare and all that they also always have a really strong wrong comedic kind of through line characters who provide comic relief or or situations that are entertaining and fun and lighter so it just the banter between in the different actors is always really important to the movies. I think that was established early on with the iron man when we did ironman way back when that was kind of the the touchstone of what made these movies so so much fun and different was that mix of comedy and action and John Fabra was the person who basically created that world for them and a lot of ways. So that's something. We're always conscious when we're working on the film's not taking things too seriously. Sound Effects Wise. Also exactly the cat burping and things it's like that took the perp out still in there. Maybe you WANNA get personal. Where were you born Huntsville Alabama? But technically I don't remember that part I just knew for sister sue. I WANNA sit down past not yet first job soldier straight out of high school. The writes a full bird. Colonel then spy where the Cold War everywhere Belfast Bucharest Belgrade Budapest. I like to be second. Make them right now. Now reading the desk for the past six years trying to figure out where future enemies are coming from never occurred to me they will be coming from above neighbor details. So Bizarre Scrotum number for fabricated. Toasters cut diagonally. I can't eat it. You didn't need that. Did you know no. I didn't but I enjoyed it. So gwen Rainier focuses with the dialogue. So let's talk a bit about that You've said that that was challenging in this film for the characters that were costumes. Could you elaborate Taylor some particular Ben Mendelsohn character hit a full on aesthetic mask and a mouth piece and he's got a slight lisp is put to begin with so between the mask and the aesthetic and the Lisbon one scene in particular he was standing in a field. As you have to sell the idea that there's this alien on earth standing in talking to the other characters but not. He's not a man in a mask with the prosthetic in field of CICADAS. You have to believe that they are where they are not that. He's got all the hard to believe. He is a scrawl not a man in a mask. And if you'll just CICADAS so we did. A lot of eighty are in that particular scene sometimes a mascot in the way sometimes it it didn't I mean he actually were able to save quite a bit of the production that particular scene because everyone loves original performances. And you obviously with eighty. Are you to your best recreate that. But it's always a little bit different. There's always a little bit different flavor to it. So Laura Between Lauren we've kind of pieced together syllable by syllable. So he did not sound like a man and mask. infield escape is pretty extra sound like a two character. You believe there are scrawls so you believe that. Now you know another thing that happens often in the films that as it's going along and they're showing it in the developing picture and it's developing in the cut they'll want to add add dialogue lines or add content. And so you have to bring an actor back in to recreate a performance. That was him you know in this full on costume. And that's that's tricky for the actor sometimes to get back into that mindset so they can add these lines there kind of off camera although. When did this took a post? It he just put it under his upper lip they try and recreate a little bit of the prosthetic that he had in his mouth because it helped him get back into characters Would you share how you handled the mine. on-track oh the mind frank okay. So that's the moment in the movie where Carol is abducted by the scrolls by Taylor's and They they kind of put her in this situation where they're going to Go into her memory and trying to get information out of her and it's really fun scene because it involved it dialogue wise. We had the character of Taylor's in his You know side. Kick Henchman Guy Interrogating her. But they're off camera so we would the Dolby dolby ATMA's system. We could put their voices in the theater sort of behind us as if we were her head and we were listening to what they were saying around her so they're discussing the situation what they're gonNA do her. What's happening in the on the screen which is working? Yeah the images that she's remembering exactly and kind of trying to walk through what they WANNA get out of her so their voices are around around us in the theater and then we're seeing what she's remembering and what I really liked about that sequence. was you know. Normally you have kind of a point of view. Subjective sequence. I like that and you're just stuck really in that character's brain but in this the way that they cut it in the way that it was scored it really moved from being subjective to object of. I guess you could say as if you know. The audience is sort of watching the movie and then suddenly there in the movie and then they're back watching it and so it moved back and forth pretty effortlessly they were confused. Infused Carol was with what was going on which could cause. She's obviously never been mined fact before so really worked. Her confusion worked with audiences confusion right and then the the scene was cut out to those moments. When you thought something was revealed and then it would cut away like no? That's not what we want back up. And the thing would sort of rewind so it was pretty interesting sequence and visually it worked really well to. They did a great job putting that together. Another interesting sequence was when Carol gets hurt by nearly power right. Yeah so she goes binary which means she's is just the baddest Baddie there ever was and what was interesting with the sound effects. There was that there was a lot of discussion about the sound coming from her. It had to be it. Couldn't be electrical. It couldn't be kind of immediate organic internal S- internally sourced sound of her power right and then of course with these films. We often don't get to see the imagery until very late. So they're telling us it's GonNa she's GonNa glow and it's GonNa Swirl in you're like okay and she's got a sound. I like this and that so there's a lot of discussion before we actually see it. From the directors from the Marvel Executives Victoria Lonzo and convey Gi. And they're all sort of describing almost us what they think it's GonNa be like two because they haven't quite seen yet either so we go through a lot of iterations of finding different sounds which is really good because then in the end. You kind of have auditioned all these different ideas and you can kind of pull together. Something that Is that Amalgam of all those. Those adjectives that you've been given and usually it's the recipe right burr. Pretty close by the time you get the final. Yeah it's would you elaborate on how you mix it that sequence at the end there When she does go binary you know the the score had come to its fullest biggest moment in the movie and of course you've got these very iconic lines of her saying you know this is me I can do this? You know so. She's sort of stating her purpose. And then the sound effects have to kind of carry the visual and a lot of ways so it's a lot of back and forth between those three elements to make sure she can hear what she's saying you can feel the the textures at the sound effects are coming but you also that emotional lift and and resolution that the music is going to bring also making sure sure that everything's not big at exactly the same time that all the music works with the sound effects to this big crescendo. But they're not hammering each other right which which was always it's a give and take yeah we work hard to find like at this moment. We're going to have that at this moment. We're GONNA keep this. And if you can sort of spread out those ingredients over a sequence quince. Then the audience feels like they've gotten at all they just didn't have to have it all on top of each other and they'll feel the crescendo without even realizing that there's been a give and take. 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Explainer 158: Ukraines presidential elections: out with the old in with the new?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 158: Ukraines presidential elections: out with the old in with the new?

"In two thousand fourteen in a fragile done. Ukraine Petrie Persian came to power in a landslide victory is not only of the president. Future. Monday chief opinion, not forces tried to do my best to defend Ukraine and people to bring security and to bring this five alita once tipped as a pro e u reformist came in. He would end the conflict in east, Ukraine. A matter of weeks is interrupted sizable spot of bother in the first round of the presidential elections. This Sunday Porsche isn't even guaranteed a place in the final run-off for the first time in Ukraine's history. The top two candidates are not clear cut to head of time poll. So far have been volatile results have consistently shown that house of more than thirty candidates? It is neither portion ker know, the fiber and former PM Hewlett Michenko who is stealing the top spot in that place polling with around twenty percent of the votes is actor and comedian Alinsky. Linski zero political experience and know organized party behind him. In fact, the closest come to preparation for the job is playing the role of fictitious president of the people in a popular Ukrainian sitcom yet despite this Porsche anchor and Timoshenko still trail significantly behind. So what's gone wrong? Why has the tide turned against Persian koso- further? And is there any chance it will be reversed in time? After the Ukrainian revolution of two thousand fourteen politically economically and socially, the people showed. It was time for Ukraine to be on par with the rest of Europe. And the hope was pinned on partial. While partial has an outright failed Gwendolyn, SaaS director of the center for east European and international studies in Berlin explains. The trouble of not living up to great expectations. The incumbent Puerto Shangqiu is really tied to the hopes that were societas with the euro my Donald two thousand thirteen and fourteen and he did initiate an important reform process. And also a pro western coasts for the whole of Ukraine, but he also symbolizes all the disappointments. So they hopes were extremely high and the reform process is extremely complex and slow. It has to be slow to certain extent and the electorate now associates also the failures or the slowness of this reform process with him. Aside from sluggish reforms another important sticking point is the ongoing water Ukraine's, east grunted, Putin's idea of Nevada and new pro Russian region in the east and south Ukraine hasn't materialized, but the have been some thirteen thousand deaths since the conflict began and the ceasefire remains fragile further. Still the wall has also fan the flames of militant Ukrainian nationalism formed as a breakaway from volunteer. Military group started in the early days of the war the far right national call have wreaked havoc on partially because recent campaign trail violently protesting presidential rallies with corruption. Acusations this added to the poor living conditions across the country. Makes it clear why Porsche is on shaky ground in Bateson. The freelance journalist in Kiev tells us more about the burdens portion Bess in Ukraine, it's especially difficult not only because the country with active finding a war going on. But also because it's twenty eight year history. They've only reelected and then come to the president once life is very hard for the average Ukrainian salaries are quite low the average monthly wages less than three hundred dollars a month utilities have been going up. So there's a lot of frustration in the country. And of course, gets directed at the president because there's still a belief that the president defines the entire system and that the right person could change that one of partial key reforms which brought him to pal in two thousand fourteen was his commitment to ending the corruption that had plagued the country ever since it became independent from Russia almost thirty years ago, though, he's made substantial anti corruption reforms in important sectors such as gas tax and banking a recent scandal within the defense ministry has tainted his presidency and only reinforced his image as a politician committed to enriching his pals. But it's partially co all that bad his not the only candor under five claims of this ilk, Timoshenko one-stop, the gas Princess has been in and out of water fillings to shady oligarchs politicians for years, and there are even suspicion surrounding newcomers landscape, the TV channel which runs his show is owned by a controversial billionaire and few believed that it's a business connection of no political significance. Gwendolyn SaaS believes the other patches of grass aren't necessarily greener. But if portion could get sin will Ukraine be better off, it is very hard to say one knows what one gets so it will be a continued slow reform process. Whereas with the other two candidates one we really don't know what policies they would focus on one end. Ski has absolutely no an actual program to speak off. So we would see something new with him. That's what he's running on on. Julia Timoshenko claims she roping something new that is highly doubtful. She is not a new petition on the Ukrainian context. So in the west many seaport o'shane cluelessly the easy option to prepare for. But it will also not mean a quick reform process in Ukraine and inexperienced leader like Solent scheme could make Ukraine susceptible to foreign influence, notably that of the Russians who to his credit portion has largely kept it Bain. While Timoshenko's presidential hopes failed to spell out, even one succinct agenda and of time gone by Porsche is not popular. But Ukraine must decide if the unknown will really be any better. Monocle in London patriots.

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Gwendolyn Hill, Hawaii and Thirty Four Day discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Gwendolyn Hill, Hawaii and Thirty Four Day discussed on KNX Programming

"Hawaii volcanoes national park is reopened to the public. It close back in may when it was damaged by the killer way of volcanoes latest eruption rockfalls and powerful earthquakes close the park for one hundred and thirty four day. Can you describe how excited we all are motionless is right now it was a soft opening because so much remains closed for safety reasons. But that didn't stop hundreds of visitors wanted to see the park as soon as possible to see how it's changed since last time here about a year and half ago. Gwendolyn hill has a tour company since the eruption began business has taken a huge hit. She's excited to show tourists. The changes on the bike tour. Start up again. The crater is now I don't know almost like a like a canyon park is now back to

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Five oh three it's been exactly four, years since we first heard the name of Eric. Garner and the federal investigation into his death is still, underway The. NYPD is apparently tired. Of waiting. To take internal disciplinary action against the officer accused in Garner's death newsman John monotone with more live from city hall this morning John Lee Eric Garner's dying words I can't. Breathe, or seared into, our memories but a grand jury did not, indict, officer Daniel Pantaleo and the feds have. Failed, to come to a conclusion, in the alleged chokehold, death now the NYPD says if the Justice. Department doesn't rule by September. I it will begin. Its own disciplinary proceedings Eric Garner's mother. Gwendolyn Kara says let's get this done move forward on this and fired those offices all of them just, delay we walk them all they all was misbehaving on that. Day Mayor, de. Blasio appearing on New York one also says everyone in New York City like everyone in New York City our hope is that this will soon be behind us and. We, can, move on PBA. President Pat Lynch is also calling on the, feds to end their investigation but Lynch calls. It a fishing expedition John monotone ten ten wins at city hall seventy eight degrees partly cloudy. We're, going up to, eighty seven in midtown with some heavy thunderstorms, coming, in late in the day wins news. Time, five oh five President Trump, back from Helsinki will. Meet with members of congress today they will. No doubt have many questions. About what went on. In Helsinki yesterday with Flannery of Putin Protesters outside. The White House last night have already made up their minds there's a lot of negative reaction on, Capitol Hill as. Well, to, what. Seemed to be the president giving Putin the benefit of a doubt when it comes to election meddling members of both sides of the aisle reacting with doubt and disapproval Intelligence agencies on parody with, the words that were having Now president did with hard number one enemy And. Demands some explanation, other than you self serving but Senator rand Paul defending the president saying that the positives of the. Meetings should not be lost in. The criticism we should be engaged with Russia. We should have conversations. With, Russia in Washington I'm Camilo Burnell reporting no the president talked about the summit with, Sean, Hannity on Fox News.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of poet gwendolyn brooks will be unveiled today at the southside park named in her honor the tribune reports she's the first chicago based black poet to be saluted with such memorial and a city park brooks served as illinois poet laureate for more than three decades was the first black woman to would have poetry prize she's also served as a poetry consultant to the library of congress the justice department says it will offer lawmakers another classified briefing next week on what president trump has called spy gate the president has pushed the idea that the f b i had a spy in his campaign and he and house gop allies urging the justice department for documents related to the bureaus use of an informant who spoke with campaign members the department's already held to classified briefings for top lawmakers including house oversight committee chair tray gouty who said there is no evidence of a planted spy i think chairman gatti's initial assessments accurate but house speaker paul ryan yesterday also said there are unanswered questions a justice department official says lawmakers will be provided new documents at next week's briefing saga megani at the white house who workers at stoneman douglas high school in florida had been banned from campus for not stopping the man who killed seventeen students and staff members last february pair were unarmed security monitors one saw but failed to stop or questioned the accused shooter instead andrew medina heard here in a police interview radio the second man that a suspicious person was headed his way he is good i think he's going to go building so keep your eyes open you know is was it he's going into south florida sunsentinel reports the second man hit a closet when he heard the gunfire both men have been reassigned to other duties peter king cbs news orlando at the.

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Playboy art director Art Paul, 93, and photographer Art Shay, 96, have died

After Hours with Rick Kogan

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Playboy art director Art Paul, 93, and photographer Art Shay, 96, have died

"It would be hard to imagine fuller lies in those led by arch and art paul to giants of the art world who died within hours of each other saturday morning both of them had been ill archie was ninety six art paul was ninety three so they had had very fruitful lives and very influential lives art shay was a photographer who died in his home in deerfield surrounded by some of the two million or more photos he had taken through his life he was there for most of the prominent events of the twentieth century met many of the century's most important people john fitzgerald kennedy merlin brando martin luther king gwendolyn brooks ernest hemingway carl sandberg james baldwin ann landers and roger ebert was roger who once set of arts photography that it quote shakes you up up sets you down gently pats you on the head and then kicks you in the ass art paul was sitting in an office in the loop he was born on the south side raised in rogers park was incredibly talented at sullivan high school and received a scholarship to the art institute he then came back went to the institute of design was freelance illustrator and designer with a little tiny office.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Believe you believe that there's a god you believe that there is no god right i find that when you pro with people even guys who say i'm secular i don't believe in gods right they have a belief system there's no higher power go to them and you say well what you believe and you know in in in in the bible particularly in the new testament it's pretty easy jesus said here's there's two things one there's a god that's number one and two i'm going to treat everybody else wait i wanted to be treated and then jesus said and all the other commandments they don't matter that's pretty much it you can fit everything else do you believe that at all and then if you put those three things together your outlook your code and your belief system that's awful lot and then that gives you some hope some hope at getting your now so now yet your philosophy right now do you now do you have the metrics and the data and the and the and the the axes points to create a game plan and you said yourself okay so what do i want what what am i trying to accomplish so in a line of work that a little to too work relationships children that's the standard stuff right out how do i get to that well we have to put it into your philosophy that you want some of it and most importantly how am i going to achieve it so let's say i wanna marry gwendolyn terrific well how am i going to get to that outcome all right what do i have to do to get to gwendolyn what are the obstacles what what assets do i have to bring to it and then when you look at that list you kind of go you know maybe gwendolyn is not the white well that's right wow but unless you go through a process i'm not gonna find that out guys do they just jumped through life i've never thought about what my philosophy is steven cohen is the author of men i'll say my philosophy is philanthropic hedonist.

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Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

"Too often we were there for her i see tried to ride south african president cyril ramaphosa ending that report from winnie mandela's funeral by certain maseko this is the bbc world service twenty two minutes past the hour time for the sports news his column harrison hi paul thanks very much we start at the commonwealth games in queensland where these scottish marathon mccallum hawkins collapsed with exhaustion while leading the race there was a two minute delay before medical staff reached him he was taken to hospital for tests but scottish team officials thankfully say there are no now major concerns about hawkins condition that abc steve cram described the moment hawkins became ill column is collapsing they really need to get someone to quickly this is tragic to see he was going so well but he's pushed to how they need somebody needs to get to him this too far to go way too far to go it's not as though it selects two hundred meters will the races won by the champion mike shelley australia well the women's marathon was won by hilario yohannes who claimed namibia's second gold of the games manchester city a one win away now from claiming the english premier league title they bounced back from losing three games in a roving treating their champions league exit by liverpool to beat tottenham three one at wembley last night and go sixteen points clear that's off of the table john murray reports after the disappointment of the previous week manchester city made something of a statement here in becoming the first team to beat spurs at wembley in the premier league since august city looked every inch the champions in waiting after gabrielle's zeus outpaced sanchez to score the first they deserved a fortunate break in the awarded a penalty expertly converted by gwendolyn and while spurs rally lead with a goal from ericsson before halftime raheem sterling six yard box poach with just under twenty minutes to play to city once again to the brink of the title and the french league title could also be decided later on sunday parry sanger man will be champions with five games to go if they beat secondplaced monaco the reigning champions at home this evening in spain barcelona set a new record of thirty nine games without defeat when they beat valencia on saturday luis suarez.

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"gwendolyn" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

"gwendolyn" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

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