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"hamma" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Hammas K. Y W. Charlotte, Reese reports. A person of interest is in custody. Police focus most of their investigation inside the home where two people were shot and killed. It happened Saturday afternoon on Green Valley Road in Shelton Ham, a person of interest was taken into custody. Police believe the incidents stemmed from a domestic dispute. Craig Brown tells NBC 10 he was shocked to hear the news, he says they were always quiet and polite Neighbors on we just say hi, how you doing what's going on? And that's pretty much it. Brown, who lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 years, says it was odd to see a crime scene on his street. People have only been living there for four years. Charlotte Reese KOW news radio Dr Anthony Valachi is set to be on Capitol Hill again this week. That's coming up, but first at 10 02 check traffic and weather on the twos and we start with a look at the roadways. Check in with Brian Ramona. Good morning that things they're pretty quiet on the major highway stirred Philadelphia Right now We're looking at the Scougall Expressway, and we see the closure continuing westbound between university and the buying Street Expressway. We are heading through town. You want to avoid westbound 76 you want take 95 north to 6 76 West. Once you're the end of the Vine Street Expressway, you'll see a little late getting onto the Scougall. That's just because of the clothes. The merge from two lanes down the one little slow on the boulevard north bound around Broad street, that construction zone there. We're also looking at some delays at the bin Salem Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. There doing a lot of construction, some reconfiguration so you will see some delays here and they're trying to get on or off. At that point, bridges air looking good if you are in New Jersey, not seeing any major problems, little roadwork on 6 76 in Camden, but it's off on the shoulder, not causing too much of a problem. At this point. Now transit is on or close to schedule. Now, If you see a traffic issue,.
"hamma" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast
"Is spooky this monsters the sorry this office butacular ask guys I I don't much like scary stuff uh-huh even Scary movies too scary to watch the skeleton as Ah Oh my God I saw fantasia taste so it's Halloween month halloway inside Halloween we're gonNA divert single episode this month on Spooky subjects who ran longer recording in the man cave where according in I don't know why he bought US tickets for this thorough bureau the damned cold the damned am to say we're recording anyway today we're in the world's most haunted house Johnny Rico's House for starship troopers supported so today we're just GonNa give it an origins of horror and horror in film so that's fun fun fun funnier joy so we'll talk a bit about the origins of Halloween Halloween's kind of two or three different traditions When he goes back to the celts they had the Selwyn it was They celebrated that in October I was a tradition from summer to winter on Southwind Dead Wilfredo roam the breath and they left at offerings to ward off the dead food and drinks they also dressed up as ghosts so the other guys I would like ghost as well the so yeah that saw that was the Selwyn and then moving forward the Catholics had all Saints Day was also named all how how all hallows day and that was November the first oh all hallows eve was slowly tuned into Halloween okay me eighteen hundreds Halloween in America it was adjusted until the nineteen hundreds of the nineteen fifties with the Irish and some of the English because the the Little Franks does ah the Kins and about and it kind of brought into what it is now it's just tricks and then it became tricks and treats yeah and today the average any ye us six billion dollars spent on Halloween h here in the US yeah it's the second most commercial holiday on yeah of course it would be sexual public holiday in America's I don't know I don't think so actually but it's just one night where everyone just checks out the house the costume thing national holiday yeah someone like a national holiday so yeah that's Halloween well I think most of us can agree that were growing up in Australia that we did have Halloween but we know about Halloween Chrome American movies that we saw all the time and Simpson's Simpson's really on Halloween specials as well yeah they even had the simpsons episode where they explained the first Halloween Caramel gods yes I had this we'd memory gap inau face where we thought that was a really hilarious line in that episode that turned out not to obey remember how they were about to push off the cliff and then chief Wiggham was lack of push her off and he wakes before we washed elected chief we give them author everything he's like and then she comes back and that never happened that was underwriting a lot Nisa what you call it happened all right so we have horror in film okay what is horror by the way it goes very what's your interpretation of horror it's spooky spooky an intense feeling of feel show schick on Disgust up for code I wrote discuss so it's that feeling of fear and you know how FIA has kind of made us don't tell Halsey because you're afraid of getting burned here is really helped us shape our way to what we've got today Yeah so first horror movie pretty much the first horror movie was a French movie called Menor de do de Leon which is also known as the haunted castle who we watched that like a guy who was just as haunted house there was a skeleton and a bat I was floating toward that sounds terrified to me like people have watched it back didn't actually fell to their knees and prayed to be saved please the filmmakers from harmful the foreign holy water at this silent film so which was just Music eleven a in for two which is very much like that it was just walking on the screen like staring at things and then the coffin avenue yes the infamous shadow coming up the stairs imagery the simpsons twitter of Mr Beds is shut us player of the year? Yeah Yeah that was a great dracula yeah so often thirty as we had the silent silent era ends and then the universal monsters begin so the universal monsters calls Kalle loubier L. Junior for this judy is founder and he was the head of production at just twenty one many of his coworkers despised him famous actress Mae clock cold him retarded she was she was the the Frankenstein yeah just so you know so she obviously didn't lock him but he did a lot for the hero world like you brought he was buying up all the copyright Solos different books back then so universal dominated that shit yeah but I'm pretty sure those big thing between universal in Hamma Hamma Ray made a lot of those kids maybe they couldn't afford it at the time so hammer hammer was that British one yup so how howdy copyright work back then I don't know because it could have another country is that was still like the Niger Film. Copyright lower still being perfected other countries could actually make their own films and everything rating system the wheel wild west you'll make gear I still you'll sheet so we had one of the first universal was Dracula Nineteen thirty one in that movie Yes so long the IT's fatal wall we wanted to watch a lot of horror movies prepare these buddies had to find time to sit down and watch all these ones yeah but I'd just like to say before we continue on talking about it is to remind everyone a lot of these classic horror films we're going to bring up a lot of them have actually become public domain now so you actually be able to Lee look up on the Internet and watch it as they just on Youtube yeah yeah so it's hard you have to do other illegal methods still movies you steal don't steal by bad and then build go see turned down the role of Frankenstein's for the movie Frankenstein so that was given a bar tall off Frankenstein was it was interesting film I just remember watching that and probably one of the funniest scenes in that whole movie was when those a little girl playing by river and she liked he's just talking to play just the one it is a Boris Karloff also reprise was brought back for the mummy Boris Karloff light to just sit and stare and the original mommy was a was an interesting film to say the least but had nothing on in freshest mummy the remake and that was Indiana Jones same actually really good yes yes ast week's episodes yeah we missed nineteen thirty three's King Kong also you know we had stop motion we had Celinda stress we had everything that movie we had a giant ape climbing the empire state building getting shot by planes and waiting it's not forty five we had bride of Frankenstein who which may clock see I mentioned this to you like the one that kind of trick people thinking Frankenstein's monster it's Franken Frankenstein Yeah then you've got your well actually it's Frankenstein's monster that's okay you know talking about Frankenstein Frankenstein makes it sound like she's the movie is Dr Frankenstein getting married and that's it bridal for Frank Monster Yeah if it was to guess crazy okay got it everyone yeah actually the Frankenstein story it is all about him trying to get a bride isn't he I Frankenstein the book was yeah that's the actual original story was made grow you made me so hideous in repulsive loves me I want love make me off yup pretty much like you make me for family yeah hey stop so we kind of glaze over the forties because there wasn't too much like people are just doing some random stuff and then we will boys it's tough world wars yeah in movies and they skyrocketed octane fourteen eighty and nineteen eighteen they've had like one hundred thirty extra ones made most of the time they get the help the Kaiser boys from the real I saw yeah so we we moved into the film was picking up a bit and we've creatures people style using makeup effects all that stuff so we've got crater from the black lagoon the infamous creature walking out of the like most of these movies revolve around crater Talking Walking Slowly Getting Cook Kidnapping Women and men coming and bathe in the studio billy Haslemere hills woman skelly plug in house on Haunted Hill the classic classic title which has been made a few times it also has the haunting of Hill House on Netflix which is an interesting series and if you really watch enough of that series say lots of hidden Gustaf's in like you just watch at the back of each grade and is just a ghost just the estimate that you could say so many hidden stuff detail really communists one of the first spooky ghosts spirits haunted house kind of thing so that stuff really hadn't made into messed with his are on no you can't do that against God it's good good movie yeah what about in previous episodes came to there was actually rules in place of what you could actually make back in films in the United States verses mobile saying the wild west parts of Europe and everyone else do whatever they want in America exactly what Nick said it's no supernatural stuff was allowed at the time and you would allowed to show in a negative light had all these other films and if you're going to teenage they had to be adults like well adults that's why they had the thirty Elsa that so often we started a little towns we also had aliens from outer space because of events like Roswell the so that was fifty something yeah take inspiration from life so that's yeah and then like movies like they came from outer space the body snatchers as we kind of with a really cool trailers okay Ono revel in fear of the body snatchers what are you going to do about it when they come for you the soundtracks why did that because this is hell trailer is the inspiration domestic coming to fight for everything inspirational pickup and then titled Coming Sued The Sun Comes up take on like an that song slow it down put a famous singer there's so many trailers as dis potatoes that have just got so many covers of like random songs but like he's super slow like this show coming up I don't know what the show was but there was a cover of the forest by the cure like some chick and I was like man this is a good song but this isn't a good song just come back to your all like that guy what happened uh-huh so also one of the pinnacles of out of space films was by Director Ed Wood in line from Addis phase so that's todd bill to go see the infamous three centimeter diamond a waste oh Johnson basically look like Lucia wrestler and he couldn't speak very good English neither can I apparently she really did have a tiny waist there yeah she's tawny surgery will I don I I actually look Lisa so plan on from out of spacey's just need it's just the being visionary fate of Ed Wood and different odd random shit happens in that movie that you just like what the fuck veteran join these like for instance Bela Lugosi had a heart attack and died three days into production are cool rakoff inside again 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News in Brief - 02 September 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Hurricane doreen is hammering the bahamas and maybe the strongest on record to ever have hit the region you and and weather experts said on monday according to the world meteorological organization or w._m._o. Dorian is a top level category five hurricane with sustained wind speeds of two two hundred and seventy kilometers per hour one hundred sixty eight miles per hour. It is proving to be devastating for grand bahama island and the damage has been made worse because the weather system mm-hmm is very very slow moving. W._m._o.'s says in addition to hurricane dorian w._m._a. Partner the us national hurricane center is monitoring four other potentially dangerous address where the systems in the atlantic over coming days the centers advice to people in the bahamas is to remain in shelter mid week life threatening storm surges are expected along florida's east coast and they are increasingly likely along the coast of georgia south carolina and north carolina later this week. The pick of the atlantic hurricane season is around the tenth of september. You're too serious at northwest now. Seven health centers have been reported. They attacked and two of them have been destroyed in recent days. The world health organization or w._h._o. Has said said in a statement the u. N. health agency said that the facilities included four hospitals two primary healthcare centers that were functional at the time they were hit the attacks comedy time increased hostilities in and around series the province the last opposition stronghold in the country which has been devastated by years of war according to w._h._o. Some thirteen point seven million people need health assistance in syria including an estimated four million in the northwest in august alone. It reported that one hundred thirty thousand people were displaced from northern hama hamma and <unk> governorates on the last day of his seventy two hour tour of the democratic republic of the congo or d._r._c. u._n. Secretary general antonio guterres has left ebola. Well ahead areas after warning that without more funding we could lose the war against the disease while in d._r._c. mister gutierrez has visited benny and montana in the east the epicenter a percentage of the ebola crisis which began last august and has so far claimed more than two thousand lives in addition to speaking to survivors of the disease and saluting their courage. The secretary general toured treatment centers and highlighted the sacrifice of u._n. Peacekeepers anti r._c. Police who have died in insecure parts of the country's eastern territories and in in a call for greater support from the international community mister gutierrez said that only fifteen percent of what has been pledged at been paid so far when there is no cash even if there are promises says the ebola response stops the sector general said adding that if we lose a week and they response to ebola we do not only lose a week we could lose the war against ebola daniel johnson u._n. News.
"hamma" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory
"The old guy and then slit his phone number to the wife lemme know when you wanna drop zero and with a week when he dies <music> good. Let let me know when you're ready to step up your game and mary. A real husband signed. You're stuck in this world war two marriage. She grabs the numbers. Oh aright who who's the person who decided they should leave the leave the table to another. Where does this is an element here roy. The wife requested that we moved to a different table. That's right so she obviously was like get me out of this entire. All of this tension this interaction that we had with this guy the thing you said get me out of it and so i think maybe that indication i don't. I don't need you to say anything else else. I want out of this so i think she was just solving the problem logically but i you know you when you're when you're a dad and that's your daughter i mean i'm gonna <unk> bucking <unk>. We're gonna talk about it. She's right. She's right like leyla. What are we get another table. Everybody just calm down. I ain't no one's pulling out a gun right. I need need. Let this guy no. You don't fuck with me or my cab yeah. If you're talking about my kid. Why don't you fuck off. I would have gone so much further further and felt so much worse about it on the back end because i seriously i would have seriously been like fuck you in after dinner got in the car out of <unk> alzheimer's off so this is what i think bobby wants us to. This is what i would say bobby you. I don't have a problem. I'm with you going back and putting a bow on this interaction with this guy but i thought you did beautiful work but i would say that you shouldn't have a problem problem being like all right. Maybe i could have said something just as assertive that wasn't as pointed the. I don't think so you don't give a little ground there but i also don't think you need to is in the heat of the moment. There's a lot worse fucking things you could do to something. That's what i think i think bobby i believe i i i agree with bobby <hes> in that. He showed a lot of restraint agree to both times like hey. You're a miserable person. I mean that that makes someone go ship five. Maybe i am. I know that's what i like about. You didn't tell them fuck off off. You go eat shit like anything. That's just kind of like fluff anger. You said you know what they could be just as good if you're a person who makes makes things miserable for other people and she to live with it and point is also something to keep in mind. The old man's wife said nothing nothing nothing and that and i think she was like in her mind she goes finally he can get what's coming to could be yeah could be. I don't know i mean i'm on your side. I am too. I am too but i i if i had said that i would. I want to say about it. Though here's what i want to say about it though bobby you tell your wife if you listen to podcasts together. I don't know maybe do maybe don't aw i i wanna hear her side of it to clinton island or he she wants to write in a or you wanna ride in her behalf but you don't fuck with us bobby hamma patriots situation. Yes bobby's towing story accurately or if she's like well yeah. He did say those two things but what he left out is that he shot the guy a little bit more letter then then it's like bobby. I don't know if i could read harry poverty state offensive man..
"hamma" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"This is a message to all. Snowflakes. That is I love that music. I don't even think Stephanie Hamma was alive. See? It sounds like elevator. Robin. Rub it in blue. I'm Sebastian Gorka. You are listening to. The radio network. We are here with the video columnists the daily caller Stephanie ham, follow onto the Steph Hammo report from the UK. This is Rachel O'Donoghue the Daily Star newspaper confirmation from independent journalists have year my yorker and a flight tracking website that two Russian Antonov one to four cargo planes have landed in Venezuela with troops on board. And at least thirty five tons of equipment escorting general Vassily Tonko Qura who is the head of the mobilization directorate of the Russian armed forces. Steph. You've covered some stuff with reality. Venezuela. Correct. Correct. So you actually covered the demonstration recently. Yeah. So these people in America who are supporting Madero. Yeah. So again, there's a lot of misinformation out there. The. Liberal conspiracy theorists. Mainstream media, they are putting on a fake news out there when it comes to Venezuela, and they have a hard time covering this issue because we're witnessing the true, horrors of socialism. What happens when there's a socialist takeover? So yeah, there's there's some people in the United States and actually worldwide that actually support nNcholas Maduro. It's no secret that he's a brutal dictator and destroying his country. Yes. Absolutely. And so there was a protest in Washington DC. It was called hands off Venezuela. Like, I said, this is a worldwide organization, and I was really curious like who are these people out there that are supporting Madora what they say is that they don't support any sort of military supporting a dictatorship correct brutal decorator. So I was wondering who are these people is it that they don't want the United States intervening. They don't want a military intervention. What exactly? Early is the issue or do these people have Trump derangement syndrome? So I found out a lot of things by talking to the people at the protests number one all of them do suffer from Trump derangement syndrome surprise surprise surprise surprise. And I asked him to simple question that I didn't think anyone would say, yes. To said, would you trade President Trump for nNcholas Maduro people's even hesitate immediately said, yes? And like, do you really like these people just stupid they brainwash because these were adults? I saw the video. Yeah. So this crab is a little bit different than the crowds that I normally talk to their rather articulate like the points that they made made no sense, but they were actually articulate and could put a couple sentences together, which is different from some of the prototype into in the past. And yeah, it was just it was mind boggling, they they said that they don't support military intervention. They don't support the sanctions. And then I asked him he said where were you out there protesting in twenty fifteen when the Obama administration slapped sanctions on Venezuela? Where were you approach? Testing when the Obama administration had declared Venezuela, a national security threat to our country. And they did the same thing that they always do. Well, it was different and Trump's dictator. I'm like well. So you support a dictator, but you don't support Trump. Because that's the left's narrative, they're like Trump is the dictator the orange band, bad Orangemen bad. And so I was asking kind of picking their brain about it. They they believe that nNcholas Maduro was democratically elected that this was a fair election. They didn't get the memo that it was actually a sham election and rigged. And most of the people in Venezuela. Don't support him and people are dying. The hospitals are because you've been in contact with people who have families in Venezuela, right Kratz? I've interviewed several people that have family there that have fled socialism and also at the hands off Venezuela protests that went to there was another group. It was the protesters protesting the protesters and the this was mostly people Venezuelan. Who fled socialism's? So they were upset that. There are Americans that are against what the Trump administration is trying to do which is a potential second round of sanctions. And also it's on the table. I don't think we're going to get to that point where we're going to send the military onto this president President Trump says, you know, it's not off the table. Disallowed Venezuelan not mess around. It's incredible. And I really appreciate you interest. Reagan on folks business covering this issue during the Cold War. We had liberals we had anti war protesters. But it's hard to remember people who actually pro Soviet Union demonstrating on the streets of Washington saying, yes, Chris job. He's a great democratic leader. So unbelievable. She is a workaholic publishes. Maybe video a week. Follow her on Twitter video among a day at least five videos week. She is the video columnist for the daily caller follow her on Twitter. Steph. M hamill. You won't regret regret? It back to your calls. Eight three three three three Gorka. That's eight three three three three four six seven five two. Now, a personal question listeners is any activity physical activity that provides you with daily pain. If there is can I make a suggestion? Do what I did do what Dennis Prager Hugh Hewitt..
News in Brief 29 March 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations hours from potentially massive demonstrations and concerns over an escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip on the Israeli border, the UN's top humanitarian official in Palestine Jamie McGoldrick on Friday called for calm from all sides to prevent further. Bloodshed in almost a year since weekly rallies began known as the great March of return and the breaking of the siege. One hundred ninety five Palestinians, including some forty children have been killed by Israeli security forces while one Israeli soldier had also died Mr. McGoldrick said in a written appeal briefing journalists in Geneva on behalf of Mr. McGoldrick Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or Archer described. The death toll as staggering and said the priority now is to save lives. Demonstrations today have extraordinarily been canceled with the expectation and the call for demonstrations tomorrow to a large scale, that's what we expect. Indeed, the reason why. The coordinators issuing this today is exactly precisely because of his an our entire humanitarian community's concern that we would see another tragic day tomorrow and everything and everybody must do everything possible to avoid that the development follows this week's rocket and airstrike exchanges between Gaza and Israel whose military must use nonviolent means against protestors to the greatest extent possible. Mr. McGoldrick said at the same time, he also urged the defacto Hammas authorities in Gaza to prevent violence that compromises the peaceful nature of the demonstrations. To southern Africa. Now where the UN is continuing to help those affected by cyclone EBay, which struck Mozambique Malawi Antos Imbaba way two weeks ago, the World Health Organization or W H O spokesperson Tarik jazz Revich said that preparing for waterborne diseases like cholera is a top priority. The next few weeks are crucial and speed is of the essence if we are to save lives and limit suffering health must be number one priority. We must do everything we can to prevent a second wave of catastrophe from a disease outbreak or lack of access to essential services, the health sector needs at least thirty eight million years over the next three months for this humanitarian crisis so far seven treatment centers have opened in Mozambique where patients are being treated for cholera like acute watery diarrhea. In addition nine hundred thousand doses of oral cholera vaccine are expected to arrive on Monday along with at one thousand cholera testing kits. The latest official death toll from the storm and flooding. In Mozambique, which was worse hit is four hundred ninety three. This figure may rise since many communities are still inaccessible more than one hundred and forty thousand people are receiving assistance in one hundred and sixty one sites part of an inter agency you were an appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars and finally to Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC where a rise in new cases of deadly Ebola virus disease has been announced in the east of the country on a more positive note. Authorities insist that progress is being made in accessing communities that have been wary of outside help the World Health Organization or WHO said on Friday latest data indicates a total of one thousand and twenty nine confirmed and probable cases of Ebola six hundred forty two people have died and more than three hundred and twenty patients have recovered the one hundred twenty five new cases of infection came from fifty one health areas in North Kivu. Andy cheery provinces in the past week. Most patients were from the virus hotspots. Of cat were amber Tembo along with three emerging clusters in Montana, Missouri. And for who've he all new cases have been linked to known chains of transmission indicating that contact tracing vaccination and 'isolation of carriers for treatment is working. And while there have been no attacks on Ebola treatment centers in the last ten days WHO believes that the overall situation is still fragile Daniel Johnson UN news.
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"hamma" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"hamma" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"We'll preview the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers author, Michael sock Olov and Yahoos. Dan Wetzel we'll discuss the ongoing college basketball corruption trial which has surfaced big names, but also these small time behavior of bit players in the multibillion dollar business, and finally writer limb Boylan pet and professor Lewis more. We'll talk about Bob Biman's record shattering long, jump fifty years ago and the Olympics civil rights protests that went largely unnoticed. Josh Levin is off this week. I'll be trying to go nine here in slates Washington, d. c. studios or maybe I'll just pitched to one batter. Go home only my right UCLA and the crafty manager knows for sure joining me now to discuss actual non metaphorical. Baseball are the aforementioned then Lindbergh. Hey, Ben, Stephan good to be back. And the aforementioned and Abacha Larry Hamma high dodgers Red Sox. One hundred and two years since they met in a series. Not that that's especially relevant. It was Brooklyn against Boston then. And it's one hundred years since one thousand nine hundred eighteen which I hoped would never stop being a chant in the Bronx. But alas is no more three times over than this could be very good, big market teams quibbling about who's the bigger market. Lots of young and interesting players. I'm excited about this even though I hate Boston or maybe that's why I'm excited about it because I think they might lose. I am to a barely remember that one thousand nine hundred sixteen Red Sox versus Brooklyn Robins matchup. So I'm ready for a rematch. I think there are a lot of good young stars in the series. Obviously, whether it's the likely ale, MVP, Mookie Betts, or with whether on the Nanno side, you have many Machado who's kind of done a, he'll turn here in October, or you could go to UCLA que- Gert Bellinger. There's just a whole lot of young talent here and really good teams. Probably the best teams in their respective leagues, or at least you could make that case. The biggest payrolls in their respective leagues, the old historic stadiums on either side. I think probably some people are sort of sick of seeing both of these teams even though they haven't actually matched up against each other. And even though the dodgers have won the World Series in thirty years, we've seen these teams in the playoffs a lot lately, but they probably are the best teams that we could be seeing at this point. And so I think there's a lot here. There are a lot of links between these teams sort of a lot of under the radar storylines and so I'm looking forward to it. M of the Red Sox seem to be as good as you'd expect a. Hundred eight win regular season team to be despite the fan narrative in Boston of overcoming diversity, Jeff Sullivan.
"hamma" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"So later on we're leaving and i said you know what i'm going to bail them out like i just can't i'm like throw it up sick here this this child who was like doing great in school and abc legal money vein so so having quit my job reduce my family's income by half i'm not gonna ban out everybody and she said to me if you're gonna make this movie you can't do that and i just felt like the lowest of the low you know but you know things are hard things are you know you asked what i learned from my first film documentary should also entertain and be engaging as a film it should stand together as a film it it's not a commercial it's not a news piece so there's a story arc to emerge it's a it's a very yeah and documentaries vary collaborative i don't get it i don't shoot i don't do anything useful so you have to work with people who are really good i had a great editor matthew hamma check who's worked with matt heinemann so heated city of ghosts and i think the thing that came from sitting in at it rooms for so long was was like pacing you know is so important and right and being respectful of your audience in like you got to move on let's put it this way and i learned this from doing thirty rock with tina fey i had this line i'd say we would do the scenes and i said you're like a jockey and you give the horse to stick all the way to the end we drive this scene into honor and pauses and our audience is with us earned posits i think that that's like really no new going and you say those people that don't keep up this who cares about them to begin with but but in the film's you've made you talk about the kind of ultra stick work that a lot of lawyers at least.
"hamma" Discussed on Upgrade
"That link so there's a link in the email that you will need to go and buy tickets so check your email if you a ticket you're going to need to buy a new ticket the link is in the the tickets are about seven dollars unfortunately i was some fees that we had to kind of swallow up and so that these these are just like adult fifty more dollars more than the previous tickets we may share this link publicly at some point but we wanna make sure everybody who will original ticket has a chance to get one before we do that so please if you a ticket make sure you check your email looking for an email from comf about the venue relocation and it has only information that you need in the to get yourself a new ticket to show the hamma theater we should give information about the show which we haven't really shed yet but we look into do a double bill it's going to the is going to be split into two pots of i will be your friend of mine jason snow stephen naked and surrounded you cold well breaking down all the news from the conference because we're recording mid week and giving their insight and this is what i find interesting about this kind of discussion after being surrounded by develop a community for few days so like you know the keynote was on monday but what is everybody talking about by wednesday we'll have a little bits and details of found out so it's going to be like a minneapolis of download that's going to open the show and then the second part of the show is going to be myself federick of tea and stephen connected and we're gonna be doing what we do expect hijinks is basically say that at the moment.
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"Jia hamma remain fails the only traffic right next to his natural put out he wrote a book on the mussavat shrill insists that made if he if not give make even if we love me every become on loan bona fide these meeting donald white veil way pulled me back to that mcdonald's gives a mustache flattened by sixty speech st patrick's meet a kitchen mcniven his reputation for me among debit stop home whatever lloyd seeking both field full enough wealth waste would play would a sip it's not coffee does that make the nets give me spike vow shrivels revelry in his cell by my manage threat at home generally green yeah the no no jio the three the pale no morning show power in 105 warren woman rumor has taught sought to meet with epic angelina gadji rumor report in three minutes we'll be talking about chris brown verses vanessa carlton but right now we got post malone with rockstar on the breakfast involve impoving man on futures i go style voters gaga's always be strong style meanwhile imi karneval note usual one randomness judge saw mommy's one of on your friday may 19th cut a john was my live game game that goes on his resumes a nice guy does echo ebro as mosey as neither nor saw act of boro's nays fine came on the eve of sean in a car it was legendary nor giuliano window on us on a tiny dog and our giovinazzo visitors during again san on when the nazirali modified euchina china they must show they said naomi scott i above involving futures rockstar russia's magazine i always be small you go to us meanwhile megan of ornov nizzola amnon shahak zana's always loyal naming than's angle tons abbey hillsdale superstars feeling like a pop star my game in a very bad jump in and the woman that ain't got oh no bra a frana weighing in on a transnational screamin' now no ma joey daylight servers why you've got into a car garage you only guy sees god with tuesday ulysses sam looking like a host grain and his him i say raise is always as yet dos masonic cost me in a zone you know you are not hard and made a sharp to child labour like ally garage star i will involve improving men of users i.
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"History through ed u hamma recently waiting eleven time twenty winning musical is the same rates but the audience is different every seat in this showing is filled by a title one highschool stayed earn their way here often this'll will be students only broadway experience first experience are only experience to get here issued damages polling jennings roman salk says each student had to come up with their own interpretation of the 1770s i need the money for my system are the emma brother if a week's twenty seven hundred students across the state immersed themselves in american history preparing for their chance on stage it that the right to religion we'll be be allowed to pray isabelle a senior at a issue prep charter school is practising harrap without the right to press we could be oppressed as a mexicanamerican she feels a personal connections manuel miranda's the hamilton was an immigrant he was able to do so much i become one of the founders ashley yap isabelle's english teacher is more excited to see the students work than hamilton itself leading these students dive into the history themselves and choose what speaks to them as a really cool thing to see when the show hit it big on broadway manuela miranda a former history teacher and his father also a teacher created edge you ham giving students like on a junior at casagrande union high school a chance in the spotlight it's such a powerful thing to go that far history is just so intense impressing not only her peers but also the cast and crew of hamilton drake dunaway ktar news let's check your drive home now with larry lewis live from the ktar traffic center well bob we just got rid of that crash ten east bettys to 40th street we got his brand new 104 ian chandler chandler boulevard easton mcclintock and you've got a collision sixtyseventh avenue would bell road i'm larry lewis ktar news sixty degrees in phoenix right now whether brought to you by howard air every day you get three ktar news expansions at eight noonen five it's fifteen minutes of commercial free nonstop news.
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"You know what i think maybe it's a way of getting the word out to make the phone calls stop what i to make the text message stop uh a way of blasting leave a you know leave us alone otherwise people are calling you and their texting you wanting to know have you heard anything from your you know the i dunno social media i think is something different for us in a move assaults super condescending then say the layperson who is not in show business i think it becomes a part of our job i know a comic i i've always said that i probably wouldn't have a facebook or twitter account if i wasn't a comedian kind of a thing and i don't know that that's true because you know you you kind of have the joke of like will grandma's now on facebook and my dad is now on facebook and he's seeing things that i post on there for the podcast and and what it's kind of open my eyes to is that it is that it is it is more about social interaction and i think it's a way of expressing it could be either expressing yourself without necessarily have to worrying a 'cause you control how it gets responded if i'm sitting in hamma conversation with you about how i lost my baby girl at you know there's there's a reciprocate in that has to happen whereas i could almost have a dear diary kind of thing and say yeah again it and then people can put all their comments and then that can sit on a shelf and outing even ever have to confront in or look at it ever or later when i want to but at least i have control of about that to me is probably more likely i know what you're saying now it's like absolutely should be reduced to a post no an island i don't think it's the way he nuts i don't think so either but it's just the weight of the situation and does not correlate with a post on facebook better being said part of what part of what emmys me yesterday and has amazed me about these instances instances is that um that the kids have the wherewithal in an interview in an event like that to whip out the phones of star recording and it's not because they're callous about the situation where.
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"Gunman is cooperating with investigators we know that the shooter's mother died last november from the flu that turned into pneumonia his father died about fourteen years ago nineteen year old nicholas crews in custody he had been expelled from the marjorie storm of douglas highschool cruz was expelled last year after a fight with his exgirlfriend's new boyfriend these school officials say the cruz was attending another school in broward county after the expulsion another student says that everybody had in their minds if anybody who's going to do it it was going to be hamma schneider says the gunman made his intentions well known on social media we've seen on its instagram page the gunman posted a photo of a shotgun in another he shone brandishing a pistol which appears to be a bb gun and then there is threatening comments that his post under videos on youtube they include i want to shoot people with my ar fifteen i want to die fighting killing leapt ton of people i'm going to kill law enforcement one day they go after the good people men with the rv team and was smoke grenades and a lot of ammunition guncontrol now comes up here's the parkland mira christine hubchev's skied this we've learned nothing else has learned that this can happen anywhere and that we cannot be complacent we need to pay attention to what's going on around us and um i'm hoping at some point that will see some courage and leadership in our legislative leadership and people will roll up their sleeves and do the hard work to find out what the answers are to these problems because if they were simple solutions are simple answers on i'm sure we'd have them by now detroit police say the two men brothers were shot and killed by gunman who broke into their.
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"Bruce delaware spend dean at the state level should have increased the 100 and viper senator increased over two hundred percent i'll get you to tell that story in just a minute but his many bodyblows as the county has taken much like the state we've been living large what is it expenditure should have increased roughly one hundred percent at the county and the increased a hundred him forty percent unto an ephraim memory that's a question john right right who aren't all economy hamma hammami uh hey well at government and he goes up fame radio population and employ half and let me add real increase in per hong kong and our people with more income want better hurry while then it has approximately that added oath together land twenty years other should be a hundred and five percent increase in state and local uh uh spending and in the county them came in the what route one hundred forty percent in this state two hundred and five percent and this is without education there but the point is that before before the elected go victim that uh it's just been drunken sailors spending as a percentage is i fair so say the numbers i better night niether numbers from the us department of commerce survey of government finances if other you know don't kill me for bringing the message by the way i actually read the report type of thing right but the but come back yard so give us or recap baldness a i do wanna be it to death at least a second time so it's what kind of property tax what was his percentage on the property tax increase at the county level to meet that a huge at least projected deficit however the hamlet of her over the four her lawyer uh two thousand i can't who who have twenty want her ending an hannity heaven 20th on account.
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"This is npr news agribusiness giant monsanto is suing arkansas regulators for banning dyke hamma a popular weed the company wants a state judge to block a state board from enforcing new restrictions it adopted last year die cambe has been around for decades the farmers and several states are complaining that the oversight has caused widespread damage to crops a georgia lawmaker is facing pushback for asking state public health officials about the possibility of putting hiv patients under quarantine from member station weaa b e l a u reports from atlanta betty price is a state representative and a former anesthesiologist during a hearing this week on hiv and georgia she asked about what's possible in curbing the spread of the disease what are we legally able to do and i wanna say the quarantine word but i guess i just said it is is there an ability since i would guess that public dollars are or expanded advocates say her comments are troubling and show more work needs to be done in educating lawmakers about the virus they say the talk of quarantine further stigmatizes the disease according to the centers for disease control and prevention georgia ranked second among states and the rate of new hiv diagnoses ran pr news i'm elliot you in atlanta three high level foreign exchange executives and a currency trader have left wells fargo bank the departures follow several investigations into scandals over fake accounts and needless auto insurance policies wells fargo has not disclosed wide the executives have left the company.
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"Time for positivie ever i bring it why in this all story about is a couple of getting married and she's in a gallon that has a train in the long trained in their walking his dog gums snug her wedding it is fall asleep on the train and i'm thinking oh the dog knows them it's their dog knows a stray dog in the stray dogs in his fall save on the back or wedding dress and so if taking pictures of it and they're like a stray dog falsely hugh they adopted a stray dog after the wedding now if their dog plus special and that goal that's really so the headline is wedding crashing dog is happening like if i fall asleep right here manilaq so qpr going to want me he practices all the way amy jo an year eightyearold boy has donated over afoot of his hair few kids with cancer that nato had eight years old he was inspired by his piano teacher he saw her growing her hair out and did it and so he's like hey mom can i do that she's like yeah so they continue to grow it i think he's on a even a few times they grown out cut it eight altara eddie you have a nine year old girl agree i guess i've never even thought about ruin is here that long i mean because you're stop growing does mean all right two boys living off the coast of florida you know splash aerobic sh in the water they get caught in a riptide so mom and dad jump in the water and try to save a meg get stuck in a riptide wow so then fairly river to get there ten people at all get stuck in the riptide what strangers though the beach four bike human chain in save all the people it's crazy to everybody kept getting trapped after about the fifth one i'm like hamma call helicopter the dow wild that human chain no that's the way to go even when they go look for things like in the.
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"I heard the voice of the lord saying who shall i say in and who will go for me then said i here i am i in may he told the very man that schol such a marvellous vision of the great mission glory of god rather than collapsing and say i'm a big nothing i can't accomplish anything i can't do anything no here admitted hamma center but when he was clans effect down lord here ma sent me where would you have a go is that your attitude today if you had an experience have grazed we've been cleansed of your sin are you ready to say lord here my send me wherever it is whatever you want me to do whatever the facet of service we want me participate in no matter what for sacrifice no matter how difficult the path no matter how much i have to give up it's alright lord i want be surrendered a euro i now to submissive are you where would you have mexico what's the service you would have made to render here sin me number six recognize that you cannot do anything of yourself but you can buy the grace of god duplex needed the philosophy of the world is either ever they say that to everybody say that little cage of new everything no uk there are some things you can't you look at may you know i could never have been a linebacker on a football team couldn't could have meditated on that i could have read books about it i could have done lots of things i could never have made there are some things you cannot do this empty philosophy that you just check japan to a and this guy you can no doubt your day but there are some things you can you can do what god would heavy to do what god has directed you to do what god will enable you to do you could do it because the apostle paul said i can do all things through christ which strengthened with me number seven you should have the right view of yourself thinking solely not more highly than you ought to think not lower than you.
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"You by me attorneys we james burgener for more than marginal legal advice go to sweden's out call kfi and the sky hopes get you there faster looking at a frontier you can say that this treaty is good from here to there to be able to fly look if i have to sit in it off the free would do this and you'll get around the problem on your way michael when you hear eye in the sky you're listening station hey hammas forty billion will here on a tuesday and continuing the stories is an important link uh about does this gentleman jack phillips said is in colorado lakewood colorado who is a baker who designs custom wedding cakes and back in the summer of twenty twelve a twogame in charlie gregan day molins who were scheduled to be mary needed a wedding cakes so they walk into jack phillips bakery an said we'd like a wedding cake gain he basically said to them were actually did say to them sorry guys i don't eat cakes for samesex weddings and that started the ball rolling and it has now culminated in a supreme court case and it's as i said there last segment this is such a monstrous steel when it comes to gay rights because you have three million in the story is so beyond these three men because the argument is that jack phillips has the absolute right to say 'no thank you now he doesn't have the rights say noted gay marriage and that i want to talk about in a minute but he can say no for a couple of reasons double won his religious beliefs even though its violations of colorado law that says you can't do that colorado and twenty other states i have this kind of law and it.