33 Burst results for "Hagan"

"hagan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:23 min | 2 d ago

"hagan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hagan with your k P I x five KCBS forecast Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights on all news, one of 69 am 7 40 KCBS. 8 50 Pixie Clays at the editor's Desk tonight. Barnes Board of directors has approved a new plan to cut costs as agency tries to close a projected $177 million budget shortfall. For more KCBS news anchor Patty Rising, spoke with KCBS and Chronicle insider film A tear Phil, How are they going to do that? That remains to be seen Patty because I would have to be honest with you. This is more like a half a plan or a quarter of a plan or some people said, sort of a kick of the can down the road. What we have is, as you said, Bart is facing a tremendous problem with finances there down to a 13% ridership of what they were before the pandemic, and this could continue on until July. 2022. That's tougher, Bart because they get A lot of their funding from people paying fairs and no fairs means not enough money to keep the system running. So they've been looking at various scenarios. None of them are attractive and what you do when you have a serious of bad choices, and you're in politics. Did you put it off until actually election at least the hard choices and that's what we're seeing. What we have right now is call for a pay freeze. Redoing contracts to make amore efficient and offering buyouts to some of the agencies 4192 employees the tougher decisions about whether to curtail hours on nights, weekends or even possibly close stations on weekends. That's going to be something we won't hear or talk about until after the election, but it could be coming on the plate soon to his well, Phil. What I found really chilling was a comment from the budget director who said this is a problem that cannot be solved with a one time solution. No, and what he was referring to, I believe is the bailout from the feds Right now. Bart and Mu Nian and just about all of the mass transit in the Bay Area is running on the federal bailout package. But when that runs out, and it will run out, there's question about how long can they go on fumes. Now, even they're looking at the clear the reelection and going. Listen. If Joe Biden gets in, then we might get another one. An extended one that will carry us for another year, and that's a good possibility after it will see what how that looks. But even then, the chilling thing as you pointed out, is okay the what's after this, Okay? Are people going to be coming back to work in the numbers? They were is bar going to be packed with 400,000 ride today, Or is it going to drop back? His people work too? Or or maybe three days in the office and then two or three at home? All of that is at play. And I mean, the question is, you know it cost certain amount of money to run that operation. And you gotta have people in there. And if you don't, it's you just one time fix isn't going to fix it. You're gonna have to do some deep surgery, and that's something well as you and I know it's not easy for bureaucracies to dio. And Phil. I've got to imagine that mass transit agencies all across the country. They're pretty much in the same boat so they are somewhere are better off than others. Some rely on sales tax dollars that they see might spring back. But Bart Relies on those fares at the turn at the turn styles and that's what makes him a little different. That's what makes it more critical. That's KCBS in chronicle insider film material. He'll be back live tomorrow morning at 7 50 Withstand. Corona. Virus outbreaks continue to plague efforts to return kids to many, many public school classrooms in our state radio dot com Reporter Craig Figure has more from the estate superintendent of public instruction. Is there a plan for reopening California's public schools? That is the question that was posed to the governor into the state superintendent of public education? In a letter from several mayors of large cities in school district's really asking about a clear A timeline for when schools will open in California? Tony Thurman did not have the answers that They wanted, but he did announce a donation from General Motors of a half million face masks. Our goal is to see these facemask go to many of the communities where we know students and families experienced disproportionate impact by Kobe. It wasn't a guarantee, but he did suggest January is a likely time frame to look at for reopening some school districts across California. Not in full, but at least partial reopening reporter Craig figure in Southern California We're gonna move along the money Watch. Now, here's like off. Ski stocks finished with modest games as traders continued to watch the slow motion stimulus drama in Washington, the DowJones.

Bart Phil KCBS Patty Rising California Pixie Clays Barnes Board Joe Biden Chronicle Tony Thurman Hagan Craig Figure superintendent Reporter budget director General Motors editor Corona KCBS.
"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

04:54 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

"Spell kind of natural. fell into it. I just tried to make her really real in feel the emotions in was going on at the time and I think that came with mannerisms. Did I did and but I don't know if I necessarily did those in real life or not I don't i. I don't know I. Have No idea, but I do know what they did. they did. Table reads for almost every episode. Before we started shooting them but I think it's because they really wanted to get to know us. As actors in human beings, or even like how we save the lines, and if they felt right, they change them based off of the table re. Didn't seem like Seem right were no. They said this during the table. Read just like improvising during the table. Read in, we're going to actually add that into the script. And so we did a lot of that actually on. We did a lot of table rates were they like the script would change drastically during those and they did that with every character that was a good way for the writers to like see en- learn about these characters in what the actors were bringing to the table, and so I feel like based on what I was doing during these table reads, they were actually. Changing the scripts and you know I was fifteen years old in my own world, going to school with my own friends, but then also getting away from that and going set and doing some Geek, so I wasn't really analyzing too much like what was going on in what they were doing and what I was doing necessarily or anything, but I think it was a mixture you know as it's what I brought to the table as well as the like picked up from me, bring to the table, and actually adjusted on what I was doing. I think it was like that for almost everybody it's. Really cool to talk about a show that is so good at that. So many people do love and I really firmly believe that more and more people will continue to discover at love. It and you are such a big part of that. It's just been a real pleasure. To. Be Able to talk to you and pick your brain yet that. Site about it, so thank you so much for being a part of the show I'll back where? We will continue to follow you. Because obviously you've done so many great things from that. Of course you guys might remember Sarah. You know beyond that of course for Buffy the vampire slayer. Your career just continues to roll a lot at on I. Know You've got your website star. Hagi Dot Com. Where else would you like people follow you. Horrible at updating so and maybe I'll get better at it when my kid gets a little bit older. But That's basically it. You know my website mostly and IMDB always updates everything as far as what I'm doing, you know, but yeah I would say that and I sometimes push on Instagram, but like I'm not very good at it and horrible I'm too self conscious about things like that, but either way like I'm on instagram. Don't expect much from me. But I'm never with your kid gets a little bit older. Say three or four years old. Put the work without. You. Do all this stuff. You GotTa Web Basket. Now you've got an IT person. You've got social media director. That child could be all of those thick so. At that point, you shall know more about all this stuff than me. It's. Okay. So, it'll be my manager at that point. Yeah. It's like okay. What's my next job was on this calendar? What's on the schedule? Absolutely. Well. Thank you so much and hopefully all you out there not only will follow Sarah to see what she's up to, but go search out freaks. geeks find out where streaming out there in the world right now. If it's not somewhere accessible to you, it will be sued because that show is going to continue to be independent, and it will surface on major platforms for years and years to so check it out. FIDGETS easy watched. It's a flood one and if you saw a while back, it's worth watching as well so thank you. Again to use Sarah Free Back. Thanks for talking to us this week have. By. Let you of here. Check out this quick message. Frozen friends were supporting them. We're there quarter. They're doing great things. No kid on. Because of the current Iris schools have closed, nationwide and kids need missing nearly thirty four million school meals every day for many the only healthy food. They might get in a given day. No,.

Sarah IMDB director
"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

08:05 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

"I would say probably her dog's purpose sides Lindsey who she keeps trying to get back. I mean Lindsey still presence in her life but she keeps trying to get Lindsey back closer to her throughout the whole series, but. Her Dog I. I would say like according to this episode in the way she reacts in the race. She kinda just like goes into a bit of a depressive state in changes, things about her morals, our values in everything. She puts into question because her dog dies I. Think is her dog was one of her best friends or something. There was like everything's. She wrote this dog and she may be questions, God and her face and everything that she thought. She trusted in God. Her new, or whatever like? How could you take this one thing from me? Who I loved so much like I, don't understand. Why are you doing this to me I? Honestly you know. I grew up kind of not like crazy religious group up in a church choir in new and went to church. Sunday or whatever and I had this questions a lot I think growing up like if if one of my pets died or even good grandma or grandparent or whatever I'll be like a week blaming God, you know and I think that's what really really does in this episode. She in her own way. Don't really see it, but I think she does. She blames God and she starts to accept like. Maybe these new people are Kim Kelly who she didn't really trust store. Thought was a dirt bag or someone that you know wasn't a good person. She made me start to trust now and is like maybe I was wrong all along, so it was obviously wrong about God didn't. You know this happened that. Why not? Why not try something new and different? And so she goes into this kind of crisis mode this episode and into a bit of a dive into the. Unknown world or the world that Lindsay is starting to get to know the in everything that she's been like reprimanding Lindsey about this whole season in whole yet series. She's now being like. Maybe you're right. Maybe I was wrong the whole time and maybe there they actually are good people. The freaks new hang out with these dirtbags have been calling this whole time you know, and they actually want to hang out with. You're excited, but all along. It's really because Kim feels guilty or whatever it's. It's a good and interesting episode for Millie. Just that rebelliousness that he could feel cut. Rebelling Against Authority Rebelling Against Your parents rebelling against everything that is controlled you thus far through childhood that you've ever. Do you see that pop up a general? Those teenage years and it's interesting to almost peed that metaphor of what you just said about her. Re exhibited. Devotion to religion. You could almost see that what she's doing might be kind of a form of angry. Rebellion is well towards the ultimate parental figure. If you will maybe it her bide to guide itself it. It baby her thick. You know I've followed you. I've devoted myself to you and your ways that I've followed your rules all this time and like look what happened to buy dog like now so I'm. That you know. be or the -sarily what you want to do what you've been traded. Bid What you've been. Asking me to do. All this time. Yeah I feel like a lot of maybe. Religious people go through these moments. That really questioned their face. It puts their there it. It tests their face. Faith I guess is what you'd say. And I feel like this is happening to. Me But I also feel like at the end of the episode. She obviously knows. We think she went back to. You. Know her old ways being a geek and and I honestly if you ask me I. Is Milly a freak or a Geek I would say neither. I don't really think she's a geek. I think she's just nilly. She's kind of in her. Own. World is thrown person for me at least when I was shooting it, and whatever even when people ask me when I was going to school and I was telling the most doing this show, it'd be like, so you were. Like no! freaking like now I. Don't think I'm either one and just I'm really just this this character. At the end of the episode, She Chevy doesn't drink the beer because she finds this out and. She doesn't really go down the dark, deep freak, pass or even like. Leave everything behind in general, but like I don't really know what what happens to her. Honestly I think she may come back or would I heard from white. Paul in Judd is like they may have explored me. Be more open, minded and experimenting a little bit more for the second season. which I thought would have been really interesting in cool because millie had her ways. She's very opinionated in what she knew in her. World shows like this is my world. This is this is the world. Everyone should be living in i. just don't feel like she had. A very much and I feel like. Could have gone to the world of exploration and actually been a little more open minded because I don't think that she was that closed. Minded I feel like there was a little bit of Malleability in in her character that she they just didn't really start to explore until like the very end I think that's interesting for her. You know it's interesting because there's definitely parallels between her at what leads you had gone through. You know for the very first episode because Lindsey excludes that. Really her whole pad for trying to explorer, being friends with different people doing different things because of the death of of of her grandfather, and that kind of sparks of the it her. That life is short. She doesn't necessarily need to follow what other people think she should to, but at the saved time. I feel like it's a little bit different between the two of that because. Lindsey I think billy would have been more sheltered so I think a lot of what she do about what was rated. What was wrong was what was told to her and talk to her as opposed to what she experienced so by it just hanging out with these people. She was seeing things at here things. As they were bb that he's never seated heard before, so yes I. Think I think maybe even though some of the things that she was doing. This episode out of spider or out of agar bb that subsided, but those experiences. Are going to be a dud like that changes his perspective forever. What has to believe that you have to believe like you said that that would lead? Open minded. Yeah I think. She grew a lot during this episode. Absolutely and I think it would. We would have seen maybe like some definitely some changes in her character if it would have continued on, but yeah I agree that this was a big. This is big, Super Millie and she went through some some changes developments. the other interesting thing you know we talked about before of these different groups of people at high school, fighting each other realizing that they're all kind of even unsteady ground so to speak. This is a big episode. I think for Kid Kelly as well. Who is essentially the ultimate bad girl the school. Are, but for her to connect with billy I mean you can't imagine. Two people were opposite from one. But there is this bond there of both.

Lindsey Kim Kelly Millie billy Chevy Lindsay Paul Judd
"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

"I get did know me or something and talk to them for like twenty or thirty minutes, and I was in there for a while, and then everything happened very quickly. I think it was the next day they're like. We want you to come in and meet with. Shut up a towel. And go to NBC and meet with him. And, so then I went into that what he didn't know. Is that earn cast Linda Carter leaney. Who Plays Lindsay Weir? Because she was there and I guess the whole point was maybe like to meet with Judd, but also to do somewhat of a chemistry read with with Lindsay and so yeah, we read together and. I feel like that was like an warning and. You a thing where everything was seemed like it was happening pretty fast or something that my mom was like well, they'll probably call you today. If you got it and so nothing happened that day, and so I went to school the next day. It was like really bombed is. Really wanted to in. Gotten so far. It felt like was just weird. And then my mopping-up in school mislaid Oh, so you got it. You're going to do this pilot entering a plane emily tonight. Yes, this is awesome. Answers very stoked. And then we went and did like the table. Re with everyone. That's where we've metal the cast for the first time and yeah. I mean I didn't know anybody. Nobody knew anybody else. In all very fresh and findings, they were actors who were in high school, playing high school characters, and but there were also actors playing high school characters who weren't in high school anymore, so it's like it was a nice mix, but no one was like too far off in age you know was. It was nice because you were. You could build like a huge friendship with these people, and at were your age in your and kind of throws things too so. That's a that's a great pool. It because you know, let's say that we talked about casting at just how important that could be! You know you think of shows like nine. Oh, two on. A were clearly. You know as much as we love that. Show it as much as we love those actors, clearly some of the world that the high school at the time that they were portraying coal students. But definitely edge aboard. Jd would feel it. I think for this show. You Bet your today of Alyssa Jones of the interesting because she's Cup on this show before I think it, maybe in reference to. The office. I could be rolled all that, but I know that that's Dave that has come up as. You know someone who's been Dole in cast metal, the casting people to important roles, but also to kind of be loyal of like. Getting to know different actors, the thinking about the leader for different roles that. Kind of establishing that reports you find that overall. The casting of the show was would've its greatest strict, because it sure seems like like a great job was done. Yeah, I mean. She won an emmy for the casting of which is awesome, but yeah. No I think you're right. I think I think she did cast on the office or was a part of that or something, but yet no, she's great. She's and she's continued to work with Judd and Paul and is just in their world a lot and is big in the comedy world I think and yes, she is really good i. think it just finding fresh and New People in bringing the same people back. She has a great i. I loved the episode. We're GONNA. Talk about this week because this is the billy episode more than any other and I love that the show gets a railroad to really have a focus on. Really just about every character that we beat you know whether it's mid character side character, even if they're hanging around for ten episodes twelve episodes eventually, we get to know everybody a little bit better and. This was finally time for you. Up until this point I'd say you're dead. Role billions made rural at the whole story, the evolution of Lizzie and her dirty. To. Experiment with big bad do things that are a little risky. Your your goal is to kind of try to talk her out of. It is to say what you do you do that. You can't hang out with the. They do bad things. That's not you and that's sort of where you've been all with the best intentions, but certainly very a different mindset at a different background, bilas recall definitely a religious overtones to everything that she did very a religious background. Background family, wise, such and a so. We didn't really get to know anything beyond that with you, but then we got to know your whole lot better here. It episode fourteen way. Was this a show episode that was shot towards the tail it or were they? You know I know. There were some issues with the secret of the episodes. Did it actually go till towards the end of the season? For you to. Actually, get to this point to to get the script for Billy I you know I think it. Why is one of my last episodes? I maybe did an episode or two after that but it was my last, really big. media, episodes I, not a few others. But this one was definitely like millie going through something different, and now it's Lindsay's turn to be there for Millie so definitely a turn of an episode of it of course again. This is one of those episodes that did actually see the light of day till the show resurfaced on ABC fatally, but definitely one of the better episodes of goal series. It's episode fourteen. It's called Dead Dogs and gym. Teachers straight to lapointe and we got a lot going on on this episode at I mean we really want to focus on your story? Light here a little bit, but what are the other big thing that happens here is Fred's who has been a big part of the show. All Love Bill. He finds out that his single mother is now dating the Gym Teacher Ed. You'd go build definitely very awkward. Kid has not had a good relationship with the gym, teacher or jibbed general, so there's a lot of edgar at frustration work through that issue until they finally come to at least a bit of a p status in the speak and the other big thing we're cetera out here is that Lindsey is Egli to go to a concert. Who Concert at this is something? That eventually involves you she's. As. We start out the show. She's driving to the car. She's driving around with busy, Phillips. and. They wrote over. A kid, of course, the character that I referred to with busy Phillips the hit something of the the street. They don't know what it is. Kid decides they should just. Leave a check it out. Dot Com surge. As It's the next day. Would we find out that you revealed to everyone that your dog had been killed in the road in the same place where they had this the road, so to speak, they instantly doe that killed your dog as this sets the stage for. Dirty really for billy. Yes, yes, Sir, absolutely! She kind of goes through A. Her, own little life crisis, as far as like.

Billy Lindsay Weir Judd Linda Carter Phillips. NBC Millie Alyssa Jones emily Dole Jd Dave Lizzie ABC lapointe Fred edgar Paul Lindsey Egli
"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

"Hello everyone and welcome. Traffic. I I am him and you guys are here. Thank you so much for being here once again this week. We've got a a really interesting chat with you. Time out with a show that maybe not as well known or celebrated as some of the shows we've been talking about lately. Like friends and Seinfeld and so many of the others Hint Hint. CHECK OUT! The Archives Hint Hint Laugh. Track Pied Dot. Dot Com is the place to get all the old. The old current existing episodes to catch up with us but this week we're talking about a show that is just so good and those who've seen it pretty much universally agreed. The show is called freaks and Geeks, and you've heard the name you know the name Judd appetite. He's behind some of the biggest big screen comedies of our generation. But freaks and Geeks, maybe the first really notable thing that he did with a lot of the stars that he would go on to work with again and again. Guys like James Franco and Seth Rogan and the list goes on and on. It was a period piece taking place in nineteen, eighty and a slice of high school life, focusing on a brother and sister, one of whom. Is decidedly a geek and one of whom falls in with the group of miscreants known as the freak, so it's a really great, look a realistic and relatable. Look at how there's different groups, different types of people who populate your teenage formative years, and how in a lot of ways many of them are more similar than they are different, and it was one season of glory was canceled a pretty quickly, maybe before its time, but an amazing amazing show I'd never even watched it until this year, and I am so glad that I did I encourage all of you to do it and this week. We're talking to someone who is in the trenches working alongside all these names that were. Destined to become big big stars in years to come this week, we talked to Sarah Hagan. Who Played Millie the best friend Linda Cartolini, and she has a lot of great stories about how she became part of the show, and what it was like to portray this very unique character, this best friend, this moral compass, if will alongside her friend, who was falling in with bad crowd, so we're gonNA. Talk about it of course before we do. I remind you once again our. Our website laugh track pod dot, com catch up on all things about this show all episodes, and of course join our VIP. Mailing lists also check us out on Instagram at laugh, track pod, check us out on twitter at laugh track, TV and our facebook group as well. Please make sure to share. Let your friends know about this. We need to grow guys. We need to keep getting bigger and bigger and bigger. It's something that we really appreciate and we'd love your support. In any way that we can get it as far as subscribing and sharing with friends, so we can continue to do just that without any further ado. It is our friend Sarah Hagan. It's freaks at gigs time here on the left track. Really excited to talk to you and I'm really excited. Talk about freaks geeks because. There's a lot of people out there who have seen the show over the years. It who love it. But I also believe there's a lot of people like myself who are going to be late to the game. It's like. A comedy. Is You know one of those? Well kept secrets to a lot of people who just never were exposed to it, so let's just a break it down a little bit what the show is! It's essentially a centered on the high school years. It takes place the big eighty. I guess this you would say the centerpiece of the show are the family you know Lindsey brother sister. Both of them go to high school. so we're condescended the but their life for their parents. Lindsay is the older sister Ed. She is hide of at a crossroads in her life would be her because she is a very very smart academically successful girl, so the title Freaks Geeks for most of her life she was probably more in the Geek realm of Hegg with the the academic, so to speak which is at a crossroads where she is looking to cut us so roads at explore different horizons Ed. She starts hanging out with the quote unquote. I guess you'd call bad crowd. To as the FREAKS, you know, the the people hang out under the bleachers, instead of sit all the, and then of course, her brother saved is just kind of going for boy to teed so to speak his his yogurt, new high school, and he his to Fred's in more the category, so we kind of see two different sides to different very different sides of high school life, and how really similar or the? Cat! I mean they all have. They're all going through puberty and high school and family problems in. Just. Growing up in figuring out who they are together whether they are in the Geek or the freak or a cheerleader job whatever click there in. They're all kind of going through the same thing, and it's just a tyranny. Human Emotions I. think that's what really is like Austin about this show. It's not a cliche at all or like over the talk, it's very real and emotional and heartbreaking and. Funny, so all those things are really in just hits home with a lot of people. It's yeah there's like lots of different characters that you could relate to. It's very funny. It's very gauging and also there's just this great cast we get to be. The New People that Lindsay's hanging out with. We get two sub that hang out with. We get to you of course who played billy? Who is Lindsay's Best Fred really up until I? Guess I guess, Remember Badge Tool tabloid wise recently you know to this point where she kind of breaks away for hanging out with you, it order to you know, engage with with these new friends who are not be your approval certainly at the beginning. What a casts I made of course saw a big part of so many episodes so many games that we've come to really know and have risen to really a basic levels in their careers. James Franco's seth. Rogan is part of the cast Linda Cartoliti Jason Segel Jawed Fritz's Daily Busy Phillips all these days. You know they were all really just getting their first big breaks of this show. It's right. It's pretty cool to go back. Just Watch. Every will be grounded. You don't play these different characters as you alluded to. Before as exotic travel in their lives, we see that everyone has their unique challenges. Everyone has their unique problems ed baby. They come to realize over the course of the series. Would group is necessary Eddie better than the other there's. There's no higher ground. There's no caste system. Everyone's got issues.

Sarah Hagan Lindsay James Franco Seth Rogan Pied Dot Seinfeld facebook Linda Cartolini Judd Hegg Fred Eddie Lindsey Ed Austin billy Jason Segel Jawed Fritz Linda Cartoliti
"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

The Rugby Abroad Podcast

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

"Away from your loved ones, while on that is is something that does go. Roger head more often than someone might think and like he said just speaking about it with the people around. You can be so key as you probably would recommend to anyone who finds himself in a situation you. Hundred percent will as set. Hindsight is twenty twenty. You know healthy. Speaking this. PODCAST before. The more speaking with this hopefully. Clare's or anybody laundry entertains into. You know this. Week a bit. Because it infection ways you. You can't Lecture Your Sleep Patterns, so that affects your mood at affects how you're interacting with other people. and. Sometimes. It's very hard to see that when you're not concentrating on us. Just just think it's Norman. You're completely in your head. But. It's very very hard I. Only to reflect analysis attorney, three twenty eight time that I can understand where I went wrong with with with us, but yeah living away from home, because so many young players away, and they want to shoot GM. and not necessarily at the high level. Players They go plan his eaten Australia or equals Arlington. They wanted were payroll be. It's not always rosy. You know sure it's it can be difficult like I. Think you'll man. Annoy wants sometime MB. Too Proud to talk about too proud to ask for help or to say what's wrong. You feel like no, no, no I'm fine. I'm trying I'm the big strong island. Rowdy insult sometimes you can. You need talk. Get support off because that's what friends and family are there to help you? Definitely my. Own from the subject. Look to the future, and would it helps you rugby wise? Where they see. In a couple of years next year's. Eve, France what's next move when I have one more year contract here I will be. Hopefully, thirty four years old when I when I'm British DOT contract, my head feels good eighteenth dot, if I got an opportunity to play, I would maybe try and plan for one more maximum to lawyers..

Roger Clare rugby Eve Arlington attorney France Australia GM.
"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

The Rugby Abroad Podcast

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

"It's. It's not really here in France known now. They'RE GONNA have. Potentially. They're going to have to go to forty. Forty. Or forty tree, professional teams with squad of forty players languages incredible. Now as I said. Previously assignable moneywise because. Cloudy Ramsey individually from the boy. Whichever presence on the morning man behind. Yeah, we just have to wait and see what the acting I think getting trauma see I. Really do think that some clubs the championship. Round. you played for someone as well like the Jersey Reds Amazon Castro's am. I think it's horrible, but but I I'm shirt. You know the few trees. Or One Eighty On a.

France
"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

The Rugby Abroad Podcast

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

"Signing I. enjoy definitely as well wanting to ask you obviously on the theme of playing rugby away from home and abroad was it was an easy Mufi the first time you moves across the Irish Sea to to London Irish. Yeah now to be honest. You Know Newman never really bothered me and I lived. Nineteen. Moved wicklow which is about a half? From Whitehead Son is steadily moved them further ever since and went to Galway. After I, WANNA came back to Thailand style. Dodon away from family, so look I've always SORTA. Move. The wasn't actually pass. The. Movement to Australia and I'll use the highest. Because just a short distance. And for me and for my partner. But. I think I think you can be difficult to insert requires especially, if you first time living away from moving away from. The fact that I was always padded looking forward to experience city so I didn't. I didn't find the hired. I like being here now. France SORTA dislike normally would offer. You just triumphant as best as possible and you know. So. Let's just got guide onto. Fame of France, and they just announced the Fed, said Professional League which is which is to. It's quite crazy when looking at as an outsider looking back. England for example, which which has just the one professional professionally in the premiership championship announced massive. Funding cuts from it from the veneration from the RFID and and looking at even. With with Israeli few professional Changi's guys that I'm looking at France and they're actually creating more and his like. What shouldn't shouldn't out countries before during the example being set it seems as the something that they right frosted to be able to generate such a such a level of professionalism. Would you have? I think that it's always see godown. and. Some of the clubs even approach to social financially So you know. I suppose the Interior. It's GonNa, be fantastic for younger players who are looking for opportunities to play. But I suppose only the next couple of years will actually. Sort of. You know. See Wetter. It's going to be the Royd Like I'm all for that I think France obviously we have A. Big Population. Population in general. Can I take I think in England I think you know. That's happening. With. College. When all this happened the between with with the colts in the salary caps. That's right right or I think you know the partnership? Be In general very wealthy sort of union. I think the fact that they're. You know making these making these coats, and basically at grassroots level..

France England Irish Sea Newman rugby A. Big Population wicklow Galway partner Thailand colts Australia Fed premiership Professional League
"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

The Rugby Abroad Podcast

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Rugby Abroad Podcast

"I was actually just sort applying to retire to be honest and Kane. And that happened on I was like Oh my God member home for Christmas. Break 'em here Christmas lunch locally. In, comparison to your leaks, which after play Roy? True Christmas, which is a nice bonus here. I remember couple of Hallman. Speaking to my wife should be like A. Model! Pocket Room and the home and try and find a job that you. Know not like like adopt. Realize crazies like presence all come in. Basis sacked everybody unlike surprise. I'm not saying. I remember the the game before Christmas holidays. Players actually picked him. And they lost the game was way dachshund like the the atmosphere around the globe just? Down on on the within for almost later A. New Coaches Command in January. David, David Dr David Klein. On. Quite a bit. Well they signed me on. We won't allow the matches and like the the comparison, the ambiance when I arrived in December like it was like doom and gloom, too, like winning Coppola matches the fans or back in the stadium used was gone. You really taste what it's like in France to be winning. Experienced both sides of the coin when you lose here like the minds, don't get on your case as you know Sammy. Given given I. Give It on, give it to you. Know put so it's it's been interesting. Time without was interesting to them. Nice! Just away from rugby fronts like that as a as a country's a place to live I, mean you're in the south, so it's. Famously great weather, the sea, but tennis bit more about the culture and how it compares the home. Like, it's way more laid-back Don. I'm used to. Come from the city Golden. Even though it was. Like you know the lifestyle's way more relaxed. Because I lived in. Melbourne everybody's a coastal books Will Cohen. Have you way more like not only to log lodges? Take a long time to eat dinner. Nights will try pasta that there will be all the sign so. Yeah it's been it's been. I wouldn't say massively different to what I'm used would like just the way people I suppose you know. Everybody says low twitter. Gray into a task. That like you know it's? A very good thing. More societies could probably do and is just be recording since I can also. Walk into. Some mornings you wouldn't even get knowledge. Moments should know at least if you if you if you're here in France, the have to acknowledge, even occupy or disagreements like you know, so. I like that about a Lotta. Will Bet culture five they. As you know some way to hard seed. They're very passionate. Show nearly like a bravado serve. Tea and where I suppose. I close actions as they call us are a little bit more calm and in our preparation on our articles, our emotions. Park nuts, it's it's okay. Yeah I was GONNA say. Reminded me of this French tradition of every morning. The I see everyone should everyone's hand. We give everyone you know high fives and is not something that does existed in every changing room up in. It does give a little left. When when is a non-state day saying? How does everyone even if it's just like a? Thing to do is is a little left in the morning is. That the coaches Israeli not.

David Dr David Klein France Hallman Kane Roy A. Model twitter Coppola Sammy rugby Melbourne Gray Cohen
Bryant Terry: Vegetable Kingdom

Chewing the Fat

08:46 min | 7 months ago

Bryant Terry: Vegetable Kingdom

"Welcome to chewing the fat. The Yale sustainable food programs podcasts. At looks at people making change in a complex world of Food and agriculture. I'm your host Irwin. Lee for final episode from our cooking across the Black Diaspora series. We host Bryant Terry Chef in residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco. When Bryant was on campus in February? He spoke about recipes in the ways. They offer a reclamation resistance but he also shared about how in food justice work we can often forget. Recipes are about enjoyment to. That's why his newest cookbook. Vegetable Kingdom has song recommendations for what to listen to while you make each dish through his activism award-winning Cookbooks. And love for the history of black. Africa communities. Brian Wonderful guest to close our series. I'm also excited to say that. This episode was collaborative. Take an angle hosts the podcasts the table underground which features stories of food radical love and creative social justice she interviews Bryant in this episode at a time where physical distancing means. Were often staying indoors. Their conversation assured offer something special for all of us. It could be more excitement as you cook. A new dish and jam with friends or family or maybe. It's a feeling that you're connected to something larger to a people to a story that even in these messed up times where people across the food system and society at large are facing extreme pressures never before we can still find ways to come together. Hi Brian Hagan how are you? I'm good how you doing really well. Thanks for making time in your busy schedule for people who don't know you and your story. Can You tell folks? How did you get into eating a plant based Diet? How did you become Vegan? Well is interesting because you said how do I get into a plant based Diet and then you ask how to become Vegan? F- elect those two separate questions. And I don't know if it was necessarily a plant based I but I like to think that the Diet egg I grew up eating was Largely Vegetable base or you could say vegetable forward. It's because I spent Well it's because that was just something family valued I come from a family of farmers and my grandparents Migrated from the rule south to Memphis where I grew up and they brought with them. Those traditions of growing food and they're very knowledge and you know just the understanding that it's important that you be in charge of producing the food for yourself and your family and so you know that was something that my grandparents passed on most of their kids and they had gardens and spent a lot of time in my paternal grandfather's garden when I was growing up. And I call it a garden but it's more like urban farm because he literally used every bit of available space to grow food and he had chickens he at hogs and this is a neighborhood adjacent to downtown Memphis where you knows very productive and I That's what we ate from. You know I always say that the food that we was local as our backyard garden it was always in season. And we literally will go harvest food right before making it but in terms of me moving more towards a compassionate and healthful diet in in the way that we think about them kind of like labeling it as a Vegan diet that happened when I was in high school after I heard that The song beef by Boogie down productions and Karras when the MC of that group and it was really just this wakeup call for me. And I just had no idea about the violent way that are industrialized food. System can treat animals and the impact that can have you know obviously on the animals but also on human health and the environment and I just couldn't turn back so after hearing that Song. I really move towards More plant based Diet. And you know. I think it's important for me to always recognize. It wasn't a linear journey. It wasn't like a hurt that and I'd just stop eating meat. Never gone back. You know There were moments where I've eaten animal products again. I mean you know. Case in point how strict Vegan and then went to study abroad and France's and Undergrad and in the mid nineties it was hard to be a Vegan in France House yeah stain. What the host family. And they were feeding me what they ate. And so I I feel like important to note that because a lot of people have these purity tests and I certainly would fail any of those purity tests and I also think it's important for me to be transparent so that other people can just feel human and know that you don't have to be perfect and know that you know you do the best you can and sometimes you might do something differently and it's all about just waking up the next day and trying your best day right yeah totally Philly on that I know that history really informs your work a lot in particular the history of the Black Panther Party for self defense. And I'm wondering if you can explain a little bit about how both that history and other history really informs the way that you work in food. Yeah Wow always talk about the Black Panther Party for self defense being one of the major or learning about the work that they were doing in the sixties seventies Was really the major impetus for me deciding to do this. Work and particularly their survival programs. There were aimed at meeting. The basic needs of people living in communities and at a range of programs from you know free clinics to ambulance service to sickle cell. Anemia testing The programs that address this intersection of poverty malnutrition and institutional racism that grocery giveaways and Free Breakfast for Children Program where the ones that inspired me to start doing Food Systems working to become a quote unquote food justice activist But I think more than the programs especially after having conversations with many former black panthers. It's really the spirit of seeing the need in the community and then just jumping into action you know and I really understood that. We had to train a generation of young people who were equipped to make change their communities around food systems and lead the change in fact and I always talk about how you think about many of the most powerful social movements in the twentieth century and it was young people their energy. They're brilliant Fearlessness that helped these movements Pushed forward you know. We can look at the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa the Civil Rights movement in the American south. And you know if we imagine that food justice will be one of the most hopeful movements of the twenty first century. I feel like we need to make sure that we're quickly young people to be the ones who are taking the lead in the movement. What was it about food that made you really feel like that was the need that you wanted to take action on wall it was missing these parallels with where things were in the sixties and the panthers addressing you know. I think nutritional Apartheid and understanding that hunger and poverty were issues that had to be addressed and they start to breakfast. Well I mean they had the grocery giveaway because people are hungry. He wouldn't know where their next meal was gonNA come from and they started the free breakfast for children program because children were going to school hungry and they knew that they couldn't focus on what they're learning. They were having hunger pains and they didn't need any pure reviewed studies that prove the connection between like nutrition and educational and Behavioral. Outcomes is just like intuitive people need to. I mean like if I don't eat I feel grumpy and can't think straight and so imagine being a child having to go to school without being fed. And so when I I I. I tell this story about being on the subway Going from Brooklyn to Manhattan to go to campus. And you know teeing class and seeing these young people on the subway at seven o'clock in the morning eating candy bars and Red Hot Cheetos and drinking sodas and sugary juices and energy drinks and just realizing that these young people like that's the worst way to start their day and I know that that was just just that day you know this is this is probably the way they're eating often and so I jumped into action and started an organization called be healthy that used cooking as a way to empower them and give them skills that they could take another adult lives and help them feel more equipped to make real food but also as a way to help them be more politicized about the food issues that directly impact them their families.

Bryant Terry Chef Black Panther Party Food Systems Memphis Africa Brian Hagan Irwin San Francisco LEE Panthers France Museum Of The African Diaspora Karras South Africa Philly Brooklyn
Illness linked to tick bite kills former NC Senator Kay Hagan

Politics and Public Policy Today

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Illness linked to tick bite kills former NC Senator Kay Hagan

"Former US senator Kay Hagan has died the North Carolina Democrat unseated Elizabeth dole back in two thousand eight she herself was defeated by Tom tell us in twenty fourteen he's sixty five years old had served ten years in the North Carolina state Senate she fell ill here in Washington back in twenty sixteen was diagnosed with a brain inflammation caused by a virus described as a rare infection spread from text to humans in a C-SPAN appearance three years ago okay Hagen reflecting on her time in the U. S. Senate when I got elected we had at that time twenty women in the Senate so obviously we had hit that twenty percent threshold and when you look at what that means that that really does mean we were able to pass significant legislation because we came together they say women bring to the table something different an ability to compromise and ability to stay at it until you get the job done sort of the power struggles the boss mentality is put aside what's in it for everybody and that means you're not going to get everything you want otherwise itself a win lose situation but how can we compromise how can we come together understand what these prevailing issues are but at the end of the day get something done and I think that one is what our country wants and is demanding but at the same point who's doing it the women at the table or getting it done former democratic senator Kay Hagan back in twenty sixteen for C. span twos book TV she was talking about her book titled broad influence how women are changing the way America works senator Hagen died today she was sixty five years

Senator Kay Hagan Elizabeth Dole TOM Senate Washington America Senator Hagen United States North Carolina Sixty Five Years Twenty Percent Three Years Ten Years
Former North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan has died at 66

Politics and Public Policy Today

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Former North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan has died at 66

"Months former US senator Kay Hagan has died the North Carolina Democrat unseated Elizabeth dole back in two thousand eight she herself was defeated by Tom tell us in twenty fourteen he's sixty five years old had served ten years in the North Carolina state Senate she fell ill here in Washington back in twenty sixteen was diagnosed with a brain inflammation caused by a virus described as a rare infection spread from text to humans and as he's been appearance three years ago Kay Hagan reflecting on her time in the U. S. Senate but I got elected we had at that time twenty women in the Senate so obviously we had hit that twenty percent threshold and when you look at what that means that that really does mean we were able to pass significant legislation because we came together they say women bring to the table something different an ability to compromise and ability to stay at it until you get the job done sort of the power struggles the boss mentality is put aside what's in it for everybody and that means you're not going to get everything you want otherwise itself a win lose situation but how can we compromise how can we come together understand what these prevailing issues are but at the end of the day get something done and I think that one is what our country wants and is demanding but at the same point who's doing it the women at the table or getting it done former democratic senator Kay Hagan back in twenty sixteen for C. span twos book TV she was talking about her book titled broad influence how women are changing the way America works senator Hagen died today she was sixty five

Senator Kay Hagan Elizabeth Dole TOM Senate Washington America Senator Hagen United States North Carolina Sixty Five Years Twenty Percent Three Years Ten Years
Former Democratic Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina dies at age 66

All Things Considered

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Former Democratic Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina dies at age 66

"Former North Carolina senator Kay Hagan has died at the age of sixty six N. P. R.'s Jessica Taylor reports the Democrats health had declined in recent years he was first elected to the Senate in two thousand eight by defeating Republican incumbent Elizabeth dole but she lost reelection to Tom tell us in twenty fourteen as Republicans won the Senate majority after leaving office she was diagnosed in twenty sixteen with a rare tick borne encephalitis virus the brain inflammation disease affected her speech and physical abilities in her final years he can came from a political family her dad a mayor of Lakeland Florida your uncle was Florida democratic senator Lawton Childs after law school in North Carolina she became politically active there and was elected to the state Senate in nineteen ninety eight her family said in a statement that they were honored to share Hagen with the people of North Carolina and that they would quote miss her humor and spirit is the hub of our family Jessica Taylor NPR news

Senator Kay Hagan N. P. R. Jessica Taylor Senate Elizabeth Dole TOM Lakeland Florida Lawton Childs North Carolina Hagen Florida Senator
Former North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan dies

KYW 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Former North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan dies

"Radio for more U. S. senator from North Carolina has died former democratic US senator Kay Hagan has died at her home in Greensboro North Carolina she died of a brain inflammation caused by a rare virus spread from takes to humans the former bank executive rose from a budget brighter in the state legislature to serve one term in the Senate losing her twenty fourteen reelection bid to Republican North Carolina house speaker Tom telus taken back to the affordable Care Act pushed by president Barack

Senator North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan Executive Senate Tom Telus Greensboro President Barack
"hagan" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

18:32 min | 1 year ago

"hagan" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"Medical Association which is nonprofit organization Missouri Physicians and has been in publication since nineteen o four and is one of the top state medical journals in the United States. The other thing I like to say right begins I have no financial interest in this book. the Copyright is owned by the nonprofit Missouri State Medical Association in Royalties. These are used for medical student educational grants and health so like most physicians nations. I was not trained In near death experiences that were never discussed I never been to a grand. Dan Rounds or teaching where they talked about. And was actually at a party and ran into an old classmate made mind not a physician and we usually talk about the books. We're reading and he. I asked him what he was reading and he was reading. Dr Jeff's alongs book on near death experiences in. Tell me a little bit about it and he said well you're a physician. What do you think about it? And I said I'll know I'm I'm never had any kind of talk or lecture or anything on this you you know more than I do and he said well let me loan you book you'll find it fascinating donating and that was probably about eight or nine years ago and I I found it absolutely fascinating and then I started in reading another book and another book and another book and I I went back to the life after life by Dr Moodie. Read it and you know after I'd read about route ten bucks I said to myself. Why don't I know about this? Why don't physician snow about this so I there? Wasn't anybody else going to do it. And I was in a position to actually educate physicians I had some hesitancy because the the subject deals with breath supernatural material supernatural events religious interpretations assertions of Heaven. Help Paul and I wasn't sure I could do this in the context of the scientific rigor that a peer reviewed medical the journal needs so I have a very high level. Publication Committee made up serve academics and very well thought of physicians in private practice and I made a presentation to them and I in this is what is unique. I believed about what I am talking to you about in listeners are hearing perhaps for the first this time. The only way that I can get this into our medical journal and later into medical schools for lectures was to deal with with near death experiences as a medical syndrome without making any judgment about the supernatural content. So Oh I presented based on the reading material that I've done. I presented our editorial board with a proposal. Pose all that I would put together a series of articles that would be period and they would educate gate positions about how to recognize in deal with patients that had near death experience and they were surprisingly unanimous. There were six six members and they all said that sounds good especially when I quoted the studies that show that if you don't ask people who are resuscitated from almost dying. Only two percent. We'll self report a near death experience. But as they've done in Europe if the prospectively talk to every patient that has been resuscitated in the hospital. That the true incidence is about fifteen to twenty percent and In Our book book we quote the Four Studies in Europe so we were very fortunate in the sense. Dance that near death experience. There's tons of books on it. There's tons of hawks there. I mean there's all kinds of material out there but there is no how coherent organized systematic approach to near death experience as a medical syndrome in the world's peer reviewed literature. So that's how we were able to assemble such an outstanding running group of speakers. So I spoke with some experts in the field. Dr Moody Dr Bruce Grayson and I I just said you know who are the world experts I'd like to invite them and Again I'm not plugging in the book but I do want to mention up front that the book is called the science near death experience it published by the University of Missouri. Press asked in two thousand seventeen is based on these series of articles that I'm talking to you about which we started publication two thousand thirteen and then finished based in two thousand fifteen and it's available on Amazon's veil was hardcover available as the Kendall and is also available available as an audio book so Having assembled a list of the world's experts the only person that we we asked to contribute a chapter was that was unable to do so. Was Mary Neal the Wyoming Orthopedic Surgeon that had a near death experience and has written two wonderful books On near death experience but other than that I mean. We have the the world's experts so they enthusiastically contribute These papers surprisingly we did and not get a single complaint from our readers about wandering off the path of scientific medicine into into the realm of religion or philosophy and we consider that fabulous so aw series concluded in about two thousand fifteen. We were contacted by University of Missouri. Press and ask if they would if we would be interested in in making book so we basically went background second time and all the authors updated their their chapters actors and of the book came out in two thousand seventeen and has been really. Well received the thing. That's unique about the book is it's sort of a medical textbook and it's really the only one of its kind out there. so it is it's written so that a person with in the healthcare professions knowing absolutely nothing about near death experience not even that they they're they exist in the patient population we sir can go through them and at at the other end of what's really a relatively short book. Two hundred sixty four pages I believe. Have the under the knowledge and understanding to deal fairly and professionally with people that have these experiences so again. That's that's that's what. My mission is to educate physicians on recognition of the syndrome. Yeah because I I found the. There's a lot of diversity in the information in there you'll have chapter about children who have NDA's and there's a chapter about distressing NDA's when you're choosing the contributors did you say to them. Can you write something about this particular thing or did you just let them write whatever they wants to know. We divvied up a topics that we wanted to cover persons we we knew that we wanted to delineate the difference between adults and children. We knew we wanted some anecdotal reports. People it actually had near death experiences and we felt to keep as objective in Scientific as possible and also to established sort of a kinship that we would ask physicians so we have three physicians that have chapters that had near death experiences experiences we also felt that we had to include a nascent naysayer so so we have a whole chapter by Dr Kevin Nelson. WHO's a well respected professor of neurology at a US medical school and his is the only chapter by I? Guess what you'd call a non believer In the sense that he believes that all of the aspects packs of a near death experience including the classical Description by Raymond Moody. That has all the different nine phases that every one of them can be explained by abnormal brain physiology and that's the pin ultimate chapter and then and the final chapter is by Former Harvard neurosurgeon even Alexander. Who not only has the scientific background to object to Dr Nelson's explanation but whom has had a profound profoundly moving near death experience which again he describes in a a second chapter in the book? Yeah I found that particularly interesting He goes use through the different things that Dr Nelson talks about and kind of gives the opposing viewpoint. Yeah but again I I. I think I would be remiss in my role as editor to not present both sides of the argument and I actually actually got Dr Nelson's named from Dr Oliver Sacks not Dr Oliver Sacks was actually one on reading extensively and he was one of the world's most famous neurologist. He's deceased and when I when I asked him to ride he was terminally ill but He he also felt that near death. Experiences were altered brain physiology. And so did you find that when you go out and you go teaching you give a presentation on near death. Experiences don't doctors and nurses and medical stuff. Do you ever finds the. There's some opposition. That's what you're saying of bad viewpoint not really and that surprised me. I count it last night. I've been invited to ten different medical venues so Medical Schools Roles hospitals Medical Association meetings and I have another lecture scheduled in in November Surprisingly been extraordinarily well attended. I went to Santa. Barbara Cog California Cottage Hospital which is largest teaching hospital In Santa Barbara California and it was pretty much standing room. Only and the organizers said that that was the best turnout they'd had in five years So to answer. Answer your question directly. Now there's been been no one at all that's been antagonistic. I will have to say there have been the people in the audience that don't get it. I bend over backwards and on very repetitious. By saying I'm here to talk to you today about a medical syndrome. I'm not making any judgment. c'mon about whether this is a supernatural aunt or the content but I am telling you as physicians and healthcare professionals that it is your duty to to you serve your patients interest. You take the hippocratic oath near death. Experiences are much more common than you're aware of and if view tell the patient that they imagined it that it didn't happen they shouldn't talk about it that you're potentially causing psychological problems that the person and will never be able to deal with and as the chapter on pediatric near death. Experiences shows that if the child is told they they they shouldn't talk about it that they just imaginative fairy tale in their their brain that the children can actually fall behind their appears if you simply validated and let people talk. Children often turn out to three standard deviations ahead of their peers. And the other point I make is that when doctors go to these grand rounds in these teaching lectures I mean most of the subjects are extraordinarily complicated created. They're dealing with different types of cancers and there's different algorithms and there's different options and I said you know if you're called away from this lecture picture this is this is all you need to know. You need to know what a near death experience you need to the five. Things are number one systematically inquiring green of the patient has been resuscitated and the wording is very simple While you were unconscious and we were trying to save your life. Did anything. Unusual unusual happened that she liked to talk about. If the patient says no move on if they say yes then the second is sympathetic listening. Let them talk. Don't interrupt don't let it get out of their system and then if you have a clear understanding in your mind about what a near death experiences in there and you clearly recognized. This is what the person's since describing then validated. Yes other people have. These are very common as physicians. We don't know what causes system or what to make of them but we do know that for most people it's very positive experience in their lives and then aw that's so you validate a dent. Then educate them and educate their family. I mean this people that have near death experiences their new people people and so the other people in their lives their spouses their parents their families. Their friends need to recognize that this person has had and what is probably the most profound event in their life and going forth. They're going to be affected by it so there's accommodation that needs to be made not only on the part the medical profession but The family and friends and then referral and then so this near death. Experience works well by referring patients to what's called middle therapy which is reading appropriate books about near death. Experience an an referring them to groups like ions or the near death experience of the Research Foundation so is relatively simple for positions. All they I have to do is just keep it in mind when you do these presentations. Do you ever have medical stuff coming to you afterwards to kind of privately lately sites you. Hey you know what I've had patients like this Simon. I think we have a little bit of telepathy going on here. Just just the point. I was going to make Jake I have not given any of these lectures in which somebody did not hang around usually more than one to relate their experience when I spoke at the hospital where I've been on staff for forty years Longtime my wife's internist hung back and he is the most intelligent caring concern person. I mean you just if you WANNA prototype for an ideal physician it would be that doctor and he told me about an episode that he experienced yes where there was a woman elderly woman she was in the ICU you. She wasn't expected to make She was hooked up to all kinds of monitors and she basically died and he was in the room with a nurse she had a flat. EKG We all the signs of death no response to pain fixed dilated pupil and he and the nurse went to the nurses station to call the next of kin. Dan and he noted that when he was on the phone calling the next can he could see this Bank of of cardiac monitors for everybody on the unit and they they were all beating except for her and she was she was flatlined Anwar Al.. He was on the phone talking to the Sun. He noted that the heart had started it to beat again so he and the nurse ran back to that room and the woman was sitting up in bed fully alert and said I hi.

A 50-year low in jobless claims is not just from fewer layoffs

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:15 min | 1 year ago

A 50-year low in jobless claims is not just from fewer layoffs

"A brief discourse. As we begin today on jobs. We talk about a Milan because their jobs and people need them routing a couple of hundred thousand every month in this economy. The unemployment rate as we learned Friday is the lowest it's been in fifty years and tomorrow, we will get another labor market metric something called the first time jobless claims people signing up for unemployment benefits for the first time, which is by the way, also at historic lows over the past year. But as marketplace's Sabrina show reports there is something other than the tight labor market behind. Why those claims are this low one reason fewer people are filing for unemployment. These days is because it has gotten harder and harder to file for unemployment. These days actually difficult. You know, it's just like other state agencies on it's very hard to get through amber, go Hagan lives in South Carolina in two thousand thirteen the legislature. Are there passed a sweeping overhaul of unemployment benefits, reducing the number of weeks? People could be on employment and the amount they could receive up in South Carolina. The max is only three twenty six week, you know, and obviously my bills keep going go higgin hasn't actually even started to receive any benefits yet. She's locked in a battle with the state over whether she qualifies in the first place states have been doing things to make it harder to get benefits in the first place and they've been doing things to make it harder to keep benefits. Once you have them. Michelle evermore is senior researcher at the national employment law project. She says this trend started after the recession when some unemployment insurance funds were rundown. So there's basically two ways to deal with a depleted unemployment insurance fund. One is just to fund the fund, but the second thing is to cut benefits some states have reduced. The number of unemployment offices in favor of online portals that in some cases, have proven dysfunctional nine states have reduced the length of time people can receive benefits to less than the standard twenty six weeks. Some like North Carolina went as low as. Just twelve weeks. South Carolina went to twenty. We were very happy with the change in the length of time. Ben homebuyer, direct South Carolina, which represents small businesses that pay taxes to support the unemployment insurance fund, the NFL be lobby to limit unemployment insurance in that state and Homer says those taxes have come down as a result. I mean, you could be on unemployment for years, and you know, in a lot of cases, we were concerned that there was was less incentive to come off of unemployment. How many weeks unemployment is enough is debatable data show that in today's economy people are unemployed for longer than in decades past just Rothstein is a professor of public policy and economics at UC Berkeley, the approach that we've taken over the last seventy years is that twenty six weeks is about the right amount of time in non recessionary times longer. When the economy goes south the results of tightening unemployment benefits, making them less accessible show up in the national numbers back in two thousand seven thirty five. Percent of unemployed workers were getting benefits today. Only. Twenty seven percent are fewer unemployed workers are even applying for unemployment to begin with these changes mean that those looking often don't get as much help as they used to sue Berkowitz directs the South Carolina Appleseed legal Justice center at talk with people who will call and say, I was turned down. I don't have any savings. I'm going to lose my home in a where can I turn? Where can I go so McConnell argue this will pose a bigger problem in the future? When benefits are needed even more Michelle evermore with the national employment law project. What's going to happen is we're gonna wait until there's a recession, but it will be two eight it's possible that the federal government would step in were there. Another national recession offer federal benefits pressure states to expand. There's Vincent Reinhart is chief economist at Mellon. I don't particularly worried right now that states are cutting back asymmetrically because when the time comes they'll get the nudge to put them back in place then again. Will they Jesse Rothstein a UC Berkeley again in practice? Those take awhile several months after after it's really needed. And that was in times when the federal government was better able to pass legislation than it is right now putting back unemployment benefits in a strong economy has saved some states money, but when a new recession hits, that's where some people start to be afraid. The repercussions are unclear

South Carolina Michelle Federal Government Jesse Rothstein South Carolina Appleseed Legal North Carolina Vincent Reinhart Milan Uc Berkeley Hagan Sue Berkowitz Chief Economist Senior Researcher Berkeley NFL Mcconnell
SEC wants Tesla CEO Elon Musk held in contempt for tweeting

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

SEC wants Tesla CEO Elon Musk held in contempt for tweeting

"And tesla CEO Elon Musk's tweeting habits have triggered another legal challenge. From stock. Market regulators KCBS has Carrie Hodousek reports the latest dust up emerged Monday when the securities and Exchange Commission asked a federal coordinate York to hold Elon Musk in contempt for violating a forty million dollar settlement. The agreement requires muffed to have his tweets about key company information. Pre-approved before they're posted. Tim Higgins is a Wall Street Journal tech and auto reporter the issue here is that the FCC is unhappy. They they say that he wasn't having the company look at his tweets before they were going out, and this was a material item and in their view violation of that agreement. The SEC had sued must last September for using his Twitter account in August to announce he had secured funding for a potential buyout of tesla. News that caused the company's stock to swing must denies any wrongdoing. Hagan says this comes at a time tesla is working to become a larger company worldwide. We can now expects it in the near term. There's going to be a lot of questions about what's going to be the ramifications of another you on

Elon Musk Tesla Tim Higgins Wall Street Journal Kcbs CEO Carrie Hodousek Hagan Coordinate York FCC Exchange Commission Twitter SEC Reporter Forty Million Dollar
Interview with Phil Martelli

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Phil Martelli

"Just offense of weapons that had this many. Now, I think we're at an all time high is you've got to absolutely elite wide receivers. You got to absolutely fantastic tied at earth's may be the best in all of football right now, you're getting sproles back, and you've got one of the great wide. What's the matter is coming back roses coming back next week Donnie up got right back to you. I promise fill is back now with his fair. What happened there? Andrew, I don't know this phone just just stopped. It's just stop working and happened to me last night. I was recruiting in New York and it stopped for hours. You're just offered for six or seven minutes. All right. Well, then let's just remind everybody about the coaches versus cancer event today. Get out there today where is it again fell? The Hilton on city line avenue, and it's a beautiful time. And no matter what team you root for because games haven't started. We're all undefeated that's beautiful thought the risk of losing you here. Phil I had one more. I wanted to ask you, Doug. Peterson was talking about. Carson Wentz is reaction after the eagles lost the Carolina. And he said that loss kill that kid the whole week. He walked around the whole week grinding his teeth that they had lost that opportunity to win the game. How important is it that you have players who feel that way when they lose. Monumental and speaks volumes about the team speaks volumes about Carson Wentz. Because players really do. Let losses go a lot sooner than coaches and front office personnel. And they let the wind stay with them a very very long time. So this shows a level was Carson Wentz that is beyond his age and beyond experiences. This is really this is really like all time quarterbacking an all time captains on various teams. The great great ones. Those losses. Stay with them into their career. Not just this week or that or or or the week after the Carolina game and at playing not position. You're all or nothing and to think that they had the ball inside the red zone, and he feels he didn't deliver not they didn't deliver. He didn't. Deliver. I'm real curious because you just said, you're a cruising. How do you find that quality in a kid? How common is it? That's the hardest part. And it's not it's not the basketball skill like, we can get everybody. We could get everybody. That's with you today. We could go watch a game. And we would all say that guys the best player. So we saw Kobe Bryant playing high school. We would all say he's the best player. You have to decide if he's if he's the right fit. I have to be able to coach them. I can't I can't be friends him. I can't baby him. I have to be able to coach him. And that's the conversation. So really what we do is. We try to see them in different settings. We'll try to see them in a game that they're supposed to win easily. We're going to try to see them in practice. We want to see them on the road. We wanna see them in a setting where they're playing with really good players in the spring or the summer. You really have to do your homework to make sure that you get the the right personality because when you get them there eighteen years old and they've been through somewhat of an entitled lifestyle, you're not changing them. Wow. They're either got it or they don't quite that point. It's faster. That's it felt fell up. We are when winter opener. Phil next Friday night, we play Old Dominion in Hagan arena. Well, thank you for doing this.

Carson Wentz Kobe Bryant Phil I Donnie Andrew Hagan Arena Football Sproles New York Eagles Carolina Peterson Basketball Doug Eighteen Years Seven Minutes
"hagan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"hagan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"When I peak hunter Thompson fever, and yes, I don't know how hunter Thompson is regarded now, but I would imagine like a high school students have a different relationship with him than they did when I was in high school. I would think so and I read him very differently from this kind of position in history. I've loved reading fear and loathing. Again. And it was funny to me. But then I think it was shocking to me to learn studying the history that his career was so short that his years of productivity were miniscule compared to the years and years in which he lived dined out on his legacy. Yep. And became kind of character of himself really quickly. Yeah. And I was like that's more pathetic than it is a great. And I knew that was going to piss some people offer, you know, that find him to be a beloved figure, but I found him kind of gross and pathetic towards the end of his life. And I was not going to I needed to write that, you know, especially his end was horrible. It's strange because Johnny Depp. When I was in high school was playing hunter S Thompson. Yeah. Now, I don't know if you read that profile, Johnny death. That was Stephen Rodrick Monterey pace recently has become not a hunter S Thompson figure, but a similar figure and deep declined living and 'isolation in kind of a reality distortion. Field totally stating explicitly that he wants to be like hunter Thompson in that s. And what was the the interesting about the story that kind of meta aspect of the story is that I found all kinds of letters between yawn and Johnny Depp over the last fifteen twenty years in which Jeff is calling him unclear. No when they were extensively buddies. Yeah. And I'm sure yawn got him the access or that the access came because Johnny Depp, went yawn said my understanding that story was that Johnny Depp actually asked for that store. That's right. And he went to yawn and yon was extensively his friend. And they had you know, done hunter s Thompson's funeral together. They had been big buddies in the letters they wrote to each other were super chummy. And you're my buddy, and chump chump. And also, by the way, Johnny is the godparent of one of your kids. So this is nowhere. I can go that does not overlap the star. I could just yell out a random celebrity and yet get me there within five second. Right. Well, I mean, but this goes back to the thing I kept coming across and that I wrote about. You know, there's two sides to the on winter story, which is that there's the seduction, and there's the betrayal and it happens again and again in it's partly just to go back to journalism as a craft. You know, the dark side of journalism is this is what's always happening. And but he was doing it from the top echelons of our culture. And so whereas I might have an enemy, and you know, this mutual fund investor. I wrote about, you know, fifteen years ago, his enemies are huge figures in the culture because he would have written about them in a way that in like in. They would have blamed him. Thank you so much visit view, you're very welcome. I appreciate you. Having me. It's fun to talk about the and the book is now in paperback. Yes, sticky fingers, I actually say I think I kind of liked the paperback cover the hardcover. You know, you're you're not the first say that in bookstores now. Yes in bookstores now go pick it up. Thanks to you. Thank you. Hey, thanks for listening to long form. Thank you. Joe hagan? Thank you to my co hosts maximum ski and Evan Ratliff. Thanks to Geno Pifer for editing. This episode thanks to Tyler mcclosky for being

hunter Thompson Johnny Depp Johnny death Johnny S Thompson Jeff Joe hagan Stephen Rodrick Monterey Evan Ratliff Geno Pifer Tyler mcclosky fifteen twenty years fifteen years five second
"hagan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"hagan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Hagan. Let's talk about the book. Yeah. Going into this all admit. I'm never clear what it means. When a Bagger Phy is authorized or unauthorized GARRETT'S yon Wegner as told to Joe Hagen says there's this whole spectrum of approaches to both biography and autobiography so going into this buck, did you have models of like, this is how I see this book going. Sure. Well, it was all very worked out at the very beginning with him. Yeah. We had a big debate that went on for a month. What is this book? So he asked you to do he asked me to do it. We were having lunch one day in rhinebeck, New York and stenciled a meeting that he wanted to give me a contract Rolling Stone. And have me leave New York magazine, which I didn't wanna do why did you wanna do that? Well, you know, you were talking about the national review cruise thing in about the empathy. You know, I always felt that Rolling Stone really lacked that that they were so kind of built into the Democratic Party worldview that I couldn't do the kind of journalism. I wanted to to there. I felt like they were two and I'd written a piece for them actually a profile. Joe are Pyo the sheriff and Arizona, and I remember the editorial them getting in there and adding their little gain of barbs into it that would get more like their piece rather than the gun. I wanted to colleague a little bit of sensibility of an editorial cartoon just even the way that sometimes things are visually position. And they didn't do leave on this is maybe a piece less leg. Your New York. Peace and more say like Matt Taibbi is coverage which actually think you're very generous to. Yeah. In this book and saying this was actually the resurgence of yes, Rolling Stones political coverage. But that that style and the national review cruise peace can be more diff. Different than each other and approach well and just to your point just as a little bit of a digression, but he wrote that famous piece on Goldman Sachs. Yep. And I wrote a Goldman Sachs piece right at the same time that was much cooler in tone. Yeah. And actually had much more in different kind of reporting. Let's put it that way. You know, it was more in the belly of the beast. I actually got them to invite me into Goldman Sachs and gave me a tour of it. In addition to all these interviews I did with people current and former employees in his piece got a lot of attention. Of course, as it should have been it, could it was hilarious. You know? It was funny. And it the times it perfectly captured the rage that we have been kind of living in ever since. Frankly, I mean. Yep. So I get it. But so anyway, Rolling Stone wasn't for me yet the bottom line and not to keep good digressing with digression. But I think that there's another trend which is against the idea of access particularly in the political sphere right now. But I think also in terms of Wall Street and softer. Says hey, don't try to get inside these places while you're gonna find is bullshit and lies s if you really want to understand them never talk to them, right? Like in going after Goldman Sachs, would you find inside a Goldman Sachs. That's interesting to you that someone couldn't see without that. Well, I just wanted to see, you know, in some ways it allows you to demystify yet. Because you know, if you just read might be you think that it's like torture dungeon in there. And right. You know, Malaysian children are being whipped by you know, ogre of some kind and money comes out the other side. You don't I mean, I wanted to see it's a bunch of like guys from, you know, Westchester in their Brooks brothers shirts, or whatever the banality of it. Yeah. Because that's what was so horrifying about the crash is it's like the banality of a bunch of like, you know, weekend warrior, frat boys who went to business school who were just figuring out another way to mint dollar where and to me that was. Interesting. And it will the other thing is like. If you have that kind of access in your starting to work with the company when you go to other people who say were former employees of Goldman Sachs or people who had just laughed or even people who were still there. And you say I'm actually working with the company..

Goldman Sachs Joe Hagen Rolling Stone New York Matt Taibbi Democratic Party Hagan. Arizona GARRETT Westchester Wegner rhinebeck Brooks one day
Republican Florida governor candidate DeSantis resigns from Congress

Mike's On

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Republican Florida governor candidate DeSantis resigns from Congress

"Security adviser John Bolton says the icy sea is illegitimate and has no grounds to prosecute Americans or their allies in no uncertain terms. The I c c was created as a free wheeling global organization claiming jurisdiction over individuals without their consent. The ICC's base in the Hagan has a mandate to prosecute crimes against humanity. Hurricane Florence draws closer to the US as a category four NPR's Windsor. Johnston says the storm is generating top sustained winds of one hundred thirty miles per hour. Lawrence's rapidly intensifying as it moves toward the Carolinas. Richard Pasch at the National Hurricane Center. Says

Governor Jerry Brown Greg Allen Rhonda Santa NPR Florida Paul Ryan Desanta Congress San Francisco ICC Virginia Windsor Johnston Hurricane Florence National Hurricane Center John Bolton United States Johnston Richard Pasch Hagan Windsor Carolinas
Tour de France delayed as riders hit with tear gas

The Frame

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Tour de France delayed as riders hit with tear gas

"It's Christmas, in July the Philadelphia freedoms. Match tonight Santa Claus made a rare, summertime appearance eyewitness news at Saint Jo's. Hagan arena Senator delivered the ceremonial I serve before the freedoms took. On Springfield he also hit some tennis balls. As well CVS three and the. CW Philly our media partners of the Philadelphia freedoms in. Santa's stories he's also playing with them The best follow through with all that I. Know he can do this you're looking thank you so much I needed. That assist smiles down at the park today you know what we're we're. On the fence smiles but how's it going to end right now citizens Bank park has been. Around since two thousand and four Aaron Nola is having one of the best stretches in the history of the. Bank he has a one nine five year reign is last twenty starts there he is pitched at least six innings and every one. Of those games so, the fills. And dodgers in south, Philadelphia Nola making his first. Start since the all-star game fifth inning, LA up by two jock Petersen with. A fly ball that goes over the head of res house skins. Run scores in the dodgers lead by three. Nola went five innings giving up. Three runs on five hits tough start for him bottom. Of the fifth Nick Williams To write off the scoreboard at goes the fills now down. By two seventh-inning down. By three again my, Cal Franco Double the gap in left center Carlos Santana gonna score from. First and it's four to two batters later four hey. I'll, farro hip hip Thank. You, crushes this pitch to run home at a right center field right now we are tied, at four in. The bottom of the ninth now the Braves visiting Miami, Atlanta opened the. Day with a one game lead over the fields but Starling Castro a three-run Homer to left the Marlins. Beating the Braves nine to three. So the fills at this very, moment have a half game lead over a. Man, of four first place The journey starts in south Philadelphia the eagles hope it ends, at Super Bowl, fifty three in Atlanta the birds poor for training camp, tomorrow and they. Had the second best odds of winning it all the patriots safety Rodney McLeod is up for the challenge Back here Got to be a lot of guys That can handle pressure Handle with A champion having defend that title Now the Atlanta Falcons could be without Julio Jones, on opening night at the link the star wide out is. Officially holding out for new contract he is their, best player in by the way. The falcons have the tenth best odds, of winning at all There's always drama in the tour. De, France during today's stage farmers held a protest pharmaceutical protests and through bales of, hay on the road the police arrested them a use pepper. Spray and tear gas the problem is the wind, was blowing around and got in. The face of the writers In the race. Had to be stopped for fifteen minutes to wash that out and all man that's comfortable Don't trip the cyclists come We'll be right back.

Aaron Nola Philadelphia Dodgers Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Citizens Bank Park Braves Senator Tennis Nick Williams Julio Jones Saint Jo Springfield Santa LA Jock Petersen Starling Castro
Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News

Morning Edition

04:35 min | 2 years ago

Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News

"Of the military the president's visit comes one week after governor justice met with trump in the of waffles to discuss plans to revitalize west virginia's coal and timber industries at trump's last stop in the state he took aim at us senator joe manchin on immigration and a no vote on a tax reform package passed by congress last year mansion a moderate democrat is seen as a potentially pivotal vote for trump soon to be announced nominee for the us supreme court after justice anthony kennedy announced his retirement last week for npr news i'm dave mistake in charleston west virginia the president met with with four potential supreme court nominees yesterday each is a judge on a federal appeals court trump says he'll announce his choice next monday hundreds of homes in northern california are under threat from another large wildfire burning out of control this one broke out three days ago when rural yolo county west of sacramento it's black and more than sixty thousand acres a cal fire spokesman says high winds are making it difficult for crews to cut containment lines smoke from the fire has moved seventy five miles south to san francisco large wildfires are burning in eleven states amid hot dry conditions mostly in the western us two men are expected to plead guilty today in california in exchange for lighter sentences in connection with the warehouse fire that killed thirty six people that fire broke out during an unlicensed concert in oakland nearly two years ago defense attorneys say derek meena and max harris will enter guilty pleas in exchange for prison sentences of less than ten years each federal prosecutors in wisconsin are charging a community activists with plotting to fire bomb a milwaukee police station that followed riots two years ago mardi michelson with member station w w m reports on von maize maize is charged with attempted arson and illegal possession of a firearm after a criminal complaint says he planned to use molotov cocktails to bomb the sherman park police station in milwaukee police clashed with protesters in that neighborhood for two straight nights in august of twenty sixteen it happened after officer dominique hagan brown killed seville smith during chase according to the complaint may started discussing the plan the day after the riots ended and witnesses say they saw as building the bombs the complaint says maze eventually called off the attack because word was spreading and too many people knew about it he's due back in federal court on thursday for npr news i'm marty michelson in milwaukee e this is npr news news from washington abc news investigative reporter brian ross is leaving the network after twenty four years as npr's eric diggins reports ross's departure follows his suspension earlier this year for an erroneous report involving president trump's former national security advisor in his time at abc news ross's went emmy peabody and poke awards but after reporting in december that michael flynn would testify that donald trump ordered him to contact russian officials before the election ross revised account of what his source said he's not clarifying that saying according to flynn candidate trump eskin during the campaign the find ways to repair relations with russia and other hotspots ross was suspended for weeks without pay an abc news apologized for the air now the correspondent and his producer rhonda schwartz are leaving the network saying in a joint statement they are quote hardly leaving investigative journalism without specifying where they might work next eric duggan's npr news search teams in tyler land say now that they've located a youth soccer team and their coach inside a cave complex the challenges deciding the best way to get them out the group disappeared more than a week ago after the cave was flooded by heavy rains the twelve boys are said to be weak but otherwise ok officials estimate there between one and two and a half miles from the entrance there are two matches today at the men's world cup soccer tournament in russia sweden takes on switzerland followed by colombia against england the winners advanced to the tournament quarterfinals yesterday belgium and brazil advanced i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include e c m c foundation working through improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation learn more at e c mc foundation dot org.

President Trump Two Years Sixty Thousand Acres Twenty Four Years Three Days Ten Years One Week
Detroit Lions reportedly discussed trade for Rob Gronkowski

24 Hour News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Detroit Lions reportedly discussed trade for Rob Gronkowski

"Grab that umbrella today be careful out there showers and thunderstorms some with some pretty heavy downpours moving through first thing this morning then some sunshine this afternoon high today seventy six degrees right now the dow futures are up more than one hundred points we'll check your money a half ww news time is five forty six we're gonna tonio tease look at sports hey tony hey tom and roberta good morning home runs from joey votto and billy hamilton helped propel the reds to a nine to five victory over the tigers in last night's opener of that interleague series in cincinnati rough night four pair of tiger pitchers as mac boyd was rocked for five runs six hits and three walks in just four innings of work or lever drew verhagen meanwhile would suffer a broken nose when he was hit in the face by the baseball while covering first base in the seventh inning for hagan expected to be placed on the disabled list by team officials before this afternoon's series finale against the reds according to sports illustrated's nfl writer albert breer the lions were one of four nfl teams that were contacted by new england patriots officials just before april's nfl draft took place about a possible trade involving pro bowl tight end rob gronkowski shopping gronk to the entirely but there were some teams they trust that i know that they talked to detroit and the houston ever cisco guys can make connections their connection is that all four of those teams have either a head coach or key front office personnel that have worked with the patriots organization and or head coach bill belichick in the past with sports.

Lions Patriots Houston Detroit England Patriots Writer Roberta Bill Belichick NFL TOM Albert Breer Hagan Baseball Mac Boyd Cincinnati Tigers Reds Billy Hamilton
Key dates for the San Francisco 49ers over the next 10 months

24 Hour News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Key dates for the San Francisco 49ers over the next 10 months

"Grab that umbrella today be careful out there showers and thunderstorms some with some pretty heavy downpours moving through first thing this morning then some sunshine this afternoon high today seventy six degrees right now the dow futures are up more than one hundred points we'll check your money a half ww news time is five forty six we're gonna tonio tease look at sports hey tony hey tom and roberta good morning home runs from joey votto and billy hamilton helped propel the reds to a nine to five victory over the tigers in last night's opener of that interleague series in cincinnati rough night four pair of tiger pitchers as mac boyd was rocked for five runs six hits and three walks in just four innings of work or lever drew verhagen meanwhile would suffer a broken nose when he was hit in the face by the baseball while covering first base in the seventh inning for hagan expected to be placed on the disabled list by team officials before this afternoon's series finale against the reds according to sports illustrated's nfl writer albert breer the lions were one of four nfl teams that were contacted by new england patriots officials just before april's nfl draft took place about a possible trade involving pro bowl tight end rob gronkowski shopping gronk to the entirely but there were some teams they trust that i know that they talked to detroit and the houston ever cisco guys can make connections their connection is that all four of those teams have either a head coach or key front office personnel that have worked with the patriots organization and or head coach bill belichick in the past with sports.

Lions Patriots Houston Detroit England Patriots Writer Roberta Bill Belichick NFL TOM Albert Breer Hagan Baseball Mac Boyd Cincinnati Tigers Reds Billy Hamilton
Japan quiet as U.S. quits top U.N. human rights body, citing Israel bias

The John Batchelor Show

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Japan quiet as U.S. quits top U.N. human rights body, citing Israel bias

"Worries about how separating migrant children from their parents was playing out in the nation system has been broken for many years the immigration system it's been a really bad bad system probably the worst anywhere in the world we're gonna try and see if we can fix a chair of the house homeland security committee mike mccall said afterward the president is one thousand percent behind his bill to keep families together through the legal process plus the bottom line item for the president it's twenty five billion dollar advanced appropriation eighteen billion of that goes to the border wall bob costantini capitol hill the trump administration is pulling away from the us rather away from the un human rights council the us's halfway through a three year term on the main rights body and had long threatened to quit if it wasn't performed it's also accusing fortyseven member geneva based body of being anti israel new york city is ready to try something new when the police encounter someone smoking in public correspondent steve burns explain fewer arrests can actually mean fewer people committing crimes that's the thinking new york mayor bill de blasio citing and introducing his plan to only give summonses to public pot smokers instead of arresting them he says putting people into the criminal justice system for that kind of issue ultimately does more harm than good there will be carve outs parolees drivers and people with past violent crime arrests can still be taken into custody of the new policy worry about quality of life issues and that relaxing laws will leave puck users to more dangerous drugs president trump is losing another top aide whitehouse reports deputy chief of staff just of hagan plans to retire next month and returned to the private sector i'm elliot francis finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack but not with ziprecruiter the smartest way to.

Elliot Francis Hagan Deputy Chief Of Staff Whitehouse Puck Bill De Blasio New York Fortyseven Mike Mccall Steve Burns York City Israel United States President Trump Twenty Five Billion Dollar One Thousand Percent Three Year
TSA officers discover record-breaking number of guns at Atlanta airport

Midday on WNYC

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

TSA officers discover record-breaking number of guns at Atlanta airport

"For guns discovered at security checkpoints from member station w a b e in atlanta lisa hagen reports atlanta tsa officers say they found a record breaking thirty guns passenger carry ons last month the city's airport held the previous record from two thousand sixteen as well that was twenty seven guns and those are national records tsa officials say there's been a steady increase in the number of guns brought to check points in atlanta and across the country so far this year more than seventeen hundred have been discovered nationwide unloaded guns locked in a hard case and packed separately from ammunition are permitted in checked luggage for npr news i'm lisa hagan in atlanta from his waylon officials have.

Lisa Hagan Atlanta Lisa Hagen TSA NPR Waylon
"hagan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hagan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"From hagan burger so a lot of happy as fans looks like they'll make it to the game before the first pitch foster city is still somewhat of a struggle northbound one zero one before ninety two in earlier multi vehicle accident there still has traffic pretty slow from before holly to well starting in san carlos to the scene but that also is just about wrapped up quick check of the bay bridge metering lights have just been activated so say hello to a backup at the toll plaza in both the cash and the fast track land i'm looking at that right now and the institu once you're on the bridge westbound you're pretty much at the limit earlier accident on the upper deck before treasure island is also just about a done deal there issue or boy that continues to build very heavy coming out of richmond all the way down to the macarthur maze and i see a bit of a backup on the richmond san rafael bridge if you're headed over to wine country perhaps this afternoon it's a slow off and on right around the toll plaza your next update at twelve eighteen on the traffic leader kcbs expect mostly sunny skies throughout the afternoon today highs today getting into the upper sixties to low seventies at the beaches mid seventies by the bay and into the upper seventies and low eighties inland tonight will be mostly clear lows in the forties and the fifties and tomorrow mostly sunny once again with similar temperatures we've got traffic and weather together on the it's on on news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time twelve excuse me twelve ten california's on track to become the first state in the country to ban gay conversion therapy for adults forty cities and counties already have such a ban in place kcbs margie schaefer reports that those who have experienced the therapy say is psychological abuse the bill written by evan low of campbell would label conversion therapy as consumer fraud it passed the assembly this week can you be converted from whatever your sexual orientation is or your identity is and i would suggest to you the answer is no several lawmakers voiced concerns about whether the bill could inhibit freedom of religion by i preventing discussion of sexual orientation change but lo says people will still be able to preach about changing sexual orientation they just can't advertise or sell it this legislation will call it by protections like thousands.

hagan burger san carlos treasure island richmond macarthur maze richmond san rafael bridge california psychological abuse evan low campbell fraud lo margie schaefer
Senate passes bill easing Dodd-Frank restrictions

NPR News Now

04:59 min | 2 years ago

Senate passes bill easing Dodd-Frank restrictions

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. The US Senate has voted sixty seven to thirty one to roll back some of the Wall Street reforms enacted in response to the two thousand eight financial crisis as NPR's, Kelsey, Snell reports supporters of the measure, say it will provide relief for many banks. The bills group of bipartisan cosponsors say would ease restrictions on small banks that are critical to small businesses and prevalent in many communities in rural America. Under the Bill banks with assets under two hundred fifty billion dollars would not be required to go through rigorous annual stress. Tests supporters say that will make it cheaper for small and medium size banks to keep issuing loans and doing business Senate critics like Democrats, Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown. Say these changes opened the door for further banking deregulation. They want to ensure banks are monitored closely to avoid another financial crisis, like the two thousand eight meltdown that. Led to the passage of dodd-frank Kelsey Snell NPR news, the capital thousands of teenagers walked out of high schools across the nation today to protest school violence as W ABC's. Lisa Hagan reports from Atlanta. The response from school officials was mixed like many schools across the country. Some metro Atlanta school systems embraced the national walkout as a teachable moment for students, others threatened consequences. Cobb County is a mostly suburban area. Just north of Atlanta. It's school district did not endorse the walkout and told students and parents that demonstrators might face consequences. Knowing that student Shelby whitmire walked out of class at pope highschool in Cobb. I don't think it's her for us to be punished for sending up for something that could hurt us in the long run. Whitmire is bracing for suspension, though. Cobb County schools has not clarified how or if students will be punished for NPR news. I'm Lisa Hagen in Atlanta. President Trump is upbeat about the US economy Trump tilling and business. This round table in Saint Louis that the Republican tax Bill and his economic policies are driving the nation's lowest jobless rate, invest corporate earnings in years. We've never had a time when we've had companies at this level of readiness preparedness and and stability speaking at a Boeing factory that makes fighter jets Trump also said Congress working on a second tax package, but did not elaborate the top democrat in the Senate says, his party is not much interested in fixing errors in the new tax law, but would welcome bipartisan, rewrite toys, R us says it plans to sell or close all of its US stores, which employ around thirty three thousand people. The move follows a failed attempt to reorganize in a bankruptcy filing last fall. The New Jersey company, which also includes babies R S cited competition from online retailers and a shift from toys to electron IX. This is NPR news. A navy fighter jet has crashed off the coast of Key West Florida, killing the two crew members in a statement US, naval air forces, say the FAA eighteen F went down on final approach to Boca Chica field. During a training exercise, the cause of the crash is being investigated. The Federal Election Commission is giving tentative approval for some new rules on digital ads in politics. NPR's Peter Overby says the F E C is responding to the wave of ads from Russian trolls. During the two thousand sixteen presidential race. It small first step toward preventing anonymous ads like those pro-trump messages from Russia. If it filtered through Facebook and other social media, the proposal seeks to update the rules for disclaimers to paid for by tagline required for ads that expressly support or attack candidates. The current rules date back to two thousand six when websites and blogs for cutting edge in digital politicking to proposed rule will be up for sixty days of public comment. Followed by hearing in late June. There's still a lot the FCC hasn't dealt with or can't deal with. For instance, it doesn't regulate edge that focus strictly on issues. Many of the Russian ads did exactly that Peter Overby NPR news, Washington former Trump campaign manager. Paul Manafort is tried to have his federal case dismissed and of court motion filed Wednesday. Manafort says the special counsel exceeded his thority by charging him with crimes, not related to the Russia, probe Manafort has pleaded not guilty to fraud tax evasion money laundering and other counts stemming from his work. In Ukraine, if as his trial in July, I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.

NPR Atlanta America Cobb County Shelby Whitmire Kelsey Snell Shay Stevens Paul Manafort Senate President Trump Peter Overby Washington Us Senate Russia Cobb Federal Election Commission Lisa Hagan
"hagan" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"hagan" Discussed on Bookworm

"I'm michael silver boom this is bookworm and i'm talking with joe hagan about his latest book sticky fingers the life and times of jaen winner and rolling stone magazine an intimate will get the heyday of rotten wrong and the man who provided a backstage pass for breeders of his magazine rolling stone well okay everyone talks about the youth and optimism of the early rolling stone the youth an optimism preceded rolling stone rolling stone looked for a way to report that optimism and in many ways succeeded and then fell into the pit that all optimism falls into that a gets defeated by mature hill assume idealism whether it's in don quixote whether it's in candied idealism mm leads to materialism and materialism leads to the death of whatever you once untoward and so we're reading the book here in your book that's about the death of ideals would you agree there's definitely an arc to the story the needs of capitalism had cut to ways on the one hand it made the magazine stay alive and it kept going for many years and it continued almost like a a narrative that you could follow starting with the '60s and kept the '60s alive it kept some of it alive in it uh but it eventually began to focus on celebrity and celebrity in we talk in minute ago about the fans of john lennon and the truth that he could bring you but eventually what he wanted was something different than just truth it was like uh to lation it could be uh just the act of confession right at this was it you know the the the tabloid values began touts who seep into it and because it sold and over time one replaces the other the story of rolling stone goes from their two in last pages of your book people.

joe hagan don quixote john lennon rolling stone magazine one hand
"hagan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"hagan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Arranger elaine hagan berg massively expresses both the seemingly contradictory majesty and meekness of jesus birth thou chemist in the dark some night to make us children of the light to make us in the realms divine like china own angels round the shine alleluia and that is followed by a freshman playful acapella treatment of dingdong merrily on high whoa no lorde.

elaine hagan berg china
"hagan" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hagan" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"All look i'm getting all sorts of tweets about like dodger dogs and how dressed up like later this fancy dodger dogma here see ilsing's which when we were won't etienne people are now with hagan with you were were where was the bacon i didn't seedy bacon who was at the wrong station well listen and now a radio station listen i was in i was in a sweet so if you don't have bacon and are a snapchat and import showrooms arriving in a in the sweet spot them weren't order up everything man he went so long i had a nikki dog looking at me by what umbro now say this is what i've been wavered if were key heavy hype don't they look like tofu dog advanced obvious is hanging out the answers puns you've gotta get the ones who could ever more kill as she went back to go get it so i was like our is coming straight after no but the dodge dogs or wanted to best things at the stadium you know work i'm just that's just believe that us which you believe it's yarn give me again you are any more sceptical on your recommendation was into they still have the kulik who ice cream there is nearing give me an ice cream i did await the mind price screens no la does a tremendous job of selling of hype it it's stuff up yeah hyping it up on no high when it comes to the bronze commentary on what's happening charlottesville a particularly his criticism of the president here's the brown yesterday at is charity event so i have this platform and on some body that has a voice of command and the only way for us to be able to get better as a society and also get better as people was as love and that's the only way we go bureau to conquer some there at the end of their guy this is not about the guide us the sole tom president of the united states or whatever taste is not about a teacher that don't feel like here.

hagan umbro charlottesville president united states ilsing nikki
"hagan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hagan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Glenn hagan how're you fight our you were here sir alcohol k r i have a problem with my foundation i have poured basement foundation it was poured in nineteen sixty nine i move dan in nineteen seventy there was a crack in the foundation that went from the very top to basement war they came out in the field all right i in a laugh you're you're and a half i've been getting water in the basement through the crack area i data would patio and the back they'll was connected to brickwork along to old y'all sweat that go across the all patio i toward that all apart gove bow in what i hit was were the brick is resting onto the for off port foundation there is a brick missing at what they had gone when they fixed it was put some p grabble in there in it's sort of like a jail or a peacetime really not sure what you would call it and it fielded and at work rupaul forty years and i was just wondering if you knew what that stuff was called the gel used the order years ago to fix that know what i would not know i dunno okay forty you talk about four years ago or forty forty dalton built in sixty nine the repaired it in seventy ended up when i would not let tie time forty five years whatever it is but i would know the source of knowledge in that area that's been doing this for the longest to companies that you wanna talk to us since you've done all the work and you want to ask the questions one of them is foundation systems of michigan okay to murder marie lambert's listen.

Glenn hagan foundation systems marie lambert gove rupaul michigan murder forty forty dalton forty five years forty years four years