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"harrell" Discussed on The Art of Online Business
"You that. We should absolutely talk about before we wrap up. Oh well i do want to say to anybody who is starting their business or how has a very successful business in wants to get into talk. Don't view it. As a social media platform like facebook and instagram where you have to create really curated. Perfect content hop on mayor with no makeup be authentic in. Don't just try to make trending things but speak to the camera and speak to your audience. You're talking to a person. Always do an intro video every couple of months like hey in case. You're just chris i mag. I've been a nurse for twelve years. I write resources in courses. This is my blog. Let me know what you need from me. Always do these intro videos and speak to the camera because people really really love authenticity. And let more what. You're all about careful with a. I want to say like abbreviations or wording that. Maybe people use within your niche. Like if you say sap sap but if you say speech language pathologists and you don't put it put it. As words on the video. The algorithm might not pick it up so careful of those religions and things like that the jargon within your niche you can use it but like synergy energy does not careful about when you're first starting out so that the algorithm can understand you in your audience can find you a great way to build your audience take talk is continually make videos. I would suggest posting almost every day or at least every day between thursday and sunday then all similar accounts to yours go into their followers and follow some bear followers and then interact with their comment section. So somebody is commenting. Let's take nursing for example in. It's another nurse account and saying. Oh my gosh this is really gonna to help me on my physiology exam on friday or oh that happened to me. I really struggled put an iv interact with that person. You can even tag yourself if you want to in the comments but interacted that those people because that's also your shared audience so you're in the other person's account so like somebody in in your niche and you're looking at their like people were commenting on one of their videos and then you're in the comments commenting on a comment interest and talk with our conversation. Gotcha okay well. how so. how long. Here's the millionaire question to how long recommend spending on to talk like someone like myself so starting out. How long are we talking. I mean just give yourself fifteen minutes recorded it live and then set a timer for fifteen minutes. One of the best things about to talk. They know that it's addictive app. So if you for more than big it's fifty five minutes and they will send a little ad video saying. Hey you've been on for about an hour. Why don't you take a break. Go get something to drink doing. Seventy really an for every single user and you can also within the settings set a timer to alert you after you've been on her fifteen minutes thirty minutes whatever it is. You can set those timers. So i suggest fifteen minutes. You just post your video go on their interactive previous comments interactive other accounts. And then put it away because it can be very addicting. Thanks to talk feeling talks looking out for me now. Now have to do that because of course you know they have ads. They will You of more of your attention but it went like this little mental health aspect that i really love about him. I like it. i appreciate that. That's pretty talk i do. I am going to download it. I've had on the phone before. But i don't know why but i i deleted it but i'm going to. I'm going to go back. yes. And i'm just thinking yes already have an idea of. I don't care. Share that right here with tens of thousands of people. I think a good video would be exactly what you're talking about. Like all the crazy overused words or phrases that we use them the online space like low hanging fruit or something like that. I love that. And i'll do that video and i will make it relate to nursing because low hanging fruit could mean something completely different. Buy you gotta do okay. Cool all right. So where can people follow you. What's your website. How do people get in your world and see you working your magic. Come find me. Let's be best friends on social media so you can find me on all of the platforms at nurse meg n. And then my website is nurse meg. Rn dot com awesome. I will link everything up in the show notes and also the description for today's episode. Meg thank you so much. I'm gonna go restart watching some of your videos to get ideas for my own stuff and just like your reporting back to me on your business report back to you on how dhaka's going so thank you for coming on and sharing your expertise really appreciate it. Mark thank you so much was a pleasure. 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Lakers Fall to Knicks as Turnover Problems Persist
"My goodness they put on a passage clinic tonight in how not to throw a post-entry pass. They threw the ball everywhere but where it needed to go in that was sure frustrating. Yeah, and you know the Knicks they are they are incredible defensive team actually and you know, it's kind of it's it's nice to see Julius Randle playing so well off the same time. You don't like to see him. Obviously, you know, this was the Julius Randle Revenge game. We had kind of made reference to that in a really kind of turned into that. But yeah, as far as the big man Montrezl Harrell Draymond Green were effectively almost neutered and I I mean, I texted one point Rez looked like he was getting abused by Taj Gibson, you know, and you know, they were they just thought I'd like to you know, one point in me if the games to Lance was doing commentary. I don't know if you got that version, but I wouldn't like to see if the Lakers went really small to counteract the what they were doing on the interior, but then right after school and said that actually Frank Vogel decided to bring Casal and so for mantra so they went the the other route blood no matter what we looking at the page. Whole game I'm I personally I know a lot of people might be upset. But I personally am giving the Lakers actually a pass on this one and
Clippers rout short-handed Lakers 104-86, end 2-game skid
"Marcus Marcus Morris Morris dropped dropped a a twenty twenty two two point point two two Kawhi Kawhi Leonard Leonard just just missed missed a a triple triple double double as as the the clippers clippers dump dump the the Lakers Lakers one one oh oh four four eighty eighty six six Leonard Leonard had had nineteen nineteen points points ten ten rebounds rebounds and and eight eight assists assists for for the the clippers clippers who who led led the the entire entire game game and and improved improved to to thirty thirty three three in in eighteen eighteen Morris Morris says says the the clippers clippers defense defense is is looking looking good good of of late late inclusion inclusion is is wrong wrong this this is is getting getting better better then then you you know know big big shoes shoes because because they're they're really really good good for for several several minutes minutes the the guys guys get get destroyed destroyed and and his his job job you you know know stand stand vertical vertical S. S. and and everything everything man man and and you you know know we we just just lying lying around around montrezl montrezl Harrell Harrell led led the the Lakers Lakers with with nineteen nineteen points points against against his his old old team team Marcus Marcus saw saw was was the the only only other other Laker Laker starter starter in in double double figures figures with with eleven eleven points points on on the the ferry ferry
Lakers Defeat Cavs As Buyout Market Heats Up
"Got a win and it was a good win. It was just a solid win where they got it done with defense 102 eighty-six. They get the double years old friend Larry Nance Jr. For the Cavs. My goodness, 17 points ten boards five assists nice outing for him. Great to see great dude, Larry Nance Jr. But it was the Lakers who really stole the show in the second half Murphy Flores coming up big for the Lakers 13 points. Don't normally see him in double-digits five boards plus a block three of seven from Deep kuzma only four points, but eight boards and seven assists again finding ways to log in even when he's not scoring so you gotta like that they're from him but 17 points from Dennis Schroder probably the story of the game four steals seven. It says five boards for of 10 shooting out for of Sorry 7 or 12 shooting my screen skipped a bit. They're seven of twelve shooting one of two from the three-point line two of two from the free throw line for steals seven turn off, but he had the ball in his hands pretty much the entire game whenever he was on the floor. He had the ball. So I guess we'll forgive him from that. But is he going to get paid? We need to talk a little bit about that cuz I'm getting a bit nervous about the job situation. And then of course Montrezl Harrell, ho-hum. Just doing Montrezl Harrell. Thanks 24 and 10. Come on mantras ten or fifteen shooting. Imagine. If you shot better than fifty percent from 3/4 of a table. I'm sorry from the free throw line for of eight from the free throw line tonight. That's not going to get it done. But seven offensive boards 10 boards and seven of them are on the offensive end just more amazing stuff from my name is Harold gotta love that.
Ingram, Williamson pace Pelicans in 128-111 win over Lakers
"Brandon Ingram scored a season high thirty six points as the pelicans beat the Lakers won twenty eight to one eleven New Orleans blew it open with a forty three point third quarter as the lead grew to thirty Ingram had seventeen in the corner Dianne Williamson finished with twenty seven points LA struggled again without injured stars lebron James and Anthony Davis losing their third straight game montrezl Harrell had a team high eighteen points I am mark Myers
LeBron gets 99th triple-double, Lakers rout Wolves 137-121
"Lebron James had twenty five points twelve rebounds and twelve assists in his ninety ninth career triple double leading the Lakers to a one thirty seven one twenty one victory over the Timberwolves only four players in NBA history of recorded one hundred triple doubles montrezl Harrell scored twenty five points is the defending NBA champs picked up their third straight victory on the second night of a back to back set Karl Anthony towns and if any Edwards each scored twenty nine for the Timberwolves who allowed eight Lakers to score at least eight points I'm Dave Ferrie
Bruce Harrell, former Seattle City Council president, is running for mayor
"Center. Well, he was served briefly as mayor of Seattle. Now a former City council member, is running for the job again. Almost Charlie Harder has the story. Bruce Harrell was first elected to the council in 2007, and in his role as council president in 2017. He was named acting mayor for five days after then Mayor Ed Murray resigned. He didn't run for re election in 2019. And in his two years out of the spotlight, Harold says, a lot of people called him asking him to run for mayor. They said. It's our time they'd say It was my time to say Bruce is, they said it's our time because my candidacy Is going to be about bringing about leaders, effective leaders and letting them shine, letting their brilliance shine homelessness and helping small businesses are among his priorities. Herald joins a crowded field 13. Others have already announced campaigns
Los Angeles Lakers go in short-handed and fall to the Brooklyn Nets
"Lakers dropped the game to the Nets got blown out was not pretty wind up losing this one. It was 109 2098. Ouch out not good. We're going to break down exactly what happened and put a little bit of context into it. What does this mean for the Lakers moving forward now that you've lost this was a game that a lot of people look forward to a lot of people had this game marked on their calendars did the Lakers maybe not and there's a lot of different things for us to to get into here the team didn't play. Well, there's no question and we'll talk a little bit about that. But I think where we need to start is that the Lakers were down two starters and yes, it's fair to mention that the Nets were also Down Kevin Durant. That's a giant loss. The Lakers were down Anthony Davis age. A giant loss. They were also down Dennis Schroder and I thought that was a bigger loss than he would be on most nights because the Nets defense is so poor. I think schruder would have had a very good game tonight. Just living in the paint getting to the rim creating Havoc. He would have made a difference out there for the Lakers certainly, but unfortunately was not able to go do to contact tracing with all the cobit stuff going on. So, you know, that was that was definitely unfortunate. We certainly didn't get the kind of finals preview matchup that people have been thinking we would get from this game because you're missing those star players. I don't think we got a very good representation of who the Lakers are as a team. I also don't think we got a great representation of who the Nets are because they're so different with Kevin Durant, but we did find out that the Nets love to shoot lots and lots of threes and make a lot of them tonight. Let's finish the game shooting just 46% from 3, but that doesn't tell the whole story. They were 50% or better for almost the entire game. It was until the end that they dropped off doing a great job generating open Thurs. And the Lakers Defenders were struggling to get out there and get a hand up and they were knocking them down. Joe Harris ridiculous 647 from 3 for 21 points. I said, this is a pregame video game. But one thing that they couldn't do was allow another guy to get going if Kyrie gets his points if James Harden gets his points you're going to live with that you're going to try to make life as difficult as you can on them, but you can't allow another guide to get going in and this game Joe Harris certainly did again dropping 21 points and then you gave up 15 to Timothy Loma Carrboro 2015 points to TLC not great. They're from the Lakers side of things LeBron. James had to pretty much do everything 32.8 board 7 assists 33 minutes glad that he only played 33 minutes. No reason for you to burn him out in this game when it was clearly won. The Nets were going to win especially once they got into the second half LeBron 146 from three three of six from the line, okay? One of the only other guys in double-figures was sixteen and ten. So we got a double-double Montrezl Harrell with ten points. Nobody else really did a whole lot out there. Nobody else did did much on the offensive end. You had nine points from k c p but just 145 from 3 West Matthews who started and played some shooter 144 shooting o of two from deep in 24 minutes Mark assault eight points did shoot for 3:00. So I'd like to see them in four to five threes a night did shoot for hit two of them. So you'll take that but the Lakers on the night shooting just 27% from 3 that slide from behind the three-point line at one point. They were third in the NBA in 3-point percentage and they have dropped dramatically since then and in fact last game they were up just about forty percent from three against the wolves and that was the first game in a while they'd been even better than league-average from deep and that's usually about thirty-five thirty-six percent tonight shooting just 27% That's with me rounding up. That's not good enough that will not get it done 6 a.m. Turnovers on the night as well. That's not a good sign either pretty much everywhere things could have gone wrong for the Lakers. They they really did ten offensive rebounds compared to 8 to the Brooklyn Nets. The brake pads are terrible rebounding team. That was a place where the Lakers needed to dominate 24 free throw attempts for the Nets compared to just 14 for the Lakers each and every spot along the way where the lake she really needed to win that particular area free throw attempts 3-point percentage turnovers, the Nets came out on top and because of that they won the game and wanted thousand Ali so I wouldn't be taking your questions and comments, but I guess before we get into everything. How much do we really take away from this knowing? There's no Anthony Davis knowing there's no Dennis Schroder knowing that the Lakers how many times tonight did we see the Lakers throw out lineups that we've never seen before with five men groups that literally have not played a single minute together yet. Not played a minute. That matters and I know we get some people who say it always but you can't make excuses. You can't you know, you have to go out there and win every single game. I'm just telling you what happened in the game. We saw the Lakers defense breakdown thought that was the Nets offense was really good part of that was the Lakers energy wasn't there part of that was also that they were playing an unfamiliar groupings and defense being something where everybody has to be on the same page. You get defensive breakdowns like this when you throw a line up together add necessity, I don't blame Frank Vogel here. You have no shooter. No Anthony Davis your entire rotation changes and you're winding up throwing out these kind of bizarre lineups out on the court and that's going to create defense of break that breakdowns. It's going to lead to open looks because you guys aren't used to knowing exactly where they're going to switch off their defense of responsibilities are it's a tough situation to be in and so I don't want to make excuses for the Lakers energy. I think they should have played with more energy with more Pace should
James, Lakers, minus Davis, fend off Timberwolves 112-104
"Lebron James had thirty points thirteen rebounds and seven assists in the Lakers win over the Timberwolves one twelve one oh four Dennis Schroder delivered twenty four points for Los Angeles which a drop seventh straight in Minnesota since March two thousand fifteen montrezl Harrell added seventeen points and helped the Lakers win without Anthony Davis who's expected to miss several games with an Achilles injury James says they can adjust with that E. D. it's next man up next man up and we're not expecting not one person when I spoke to one person to try to pick up ladies you know productively you know it's nobody I've got to do a spring semester table we all could do more Minnesota rookie Anthony Edwards had a career high twenty eight points along with seven rebounds and five assists I'm Dave Ferrie
Lakers rally past Thunder 119-112 in OT for 5th win in a row
"Led by lebron James triple double the Lakers beat the thunder in overtime one nineteen to one twelve for their fifth straight win I mean it's good for us to be tested I love it no matter who you're playing against teams to take you down to the wire make you execute and make you you know be perfect defensively and offensively in order to win a game so you know it was pretty cool I love it James scored twenty eight points montrezl Harrell off the bench with twenty one OKC got it to O. T. when J. gill just Alexander got fouled on a three point attempt and made all three free throws with a second left in regulation he finished with twenty nine points mark Myers Los Angeles
Road warriors: James, Davis lead Lakers past Hawks 107-99
"Anthony Davis and lebron James carried the Lakers to a one oh seven ninety nine victory in Atlanta Davis finished with twenty five points in James provided twelve of his twenty one in the final period the Lakers surged ahead with a sixteen run bridging the third and fourth quarters the hawks got within ninety eight ninety seven on Trae young's three pointer but James responded with a Trey blocker and Clint capella a lay up and four straight free throws that sealed the outcome montrezl Harrell came off the bench to score nineteen is the Lakers finished a five into road trip young had twenty five points for Atlanta I'm Dave Ferrie
Power Rankings: Can the Clippers stay atop the West?
"Espn's nba power rankings. Talking about how great everything was going in. La or how much noise l. Making right now in the sports universe but the lakers no longer number one in the rankings. So maybe la's fallen down a little. Except the clippers have assumed the number one spot kawhi leonard and company. The nba's best record the clippers. Have a six game. Swing with leonard and paul george entering quarantine due to health and safety protocols and patrick beverley. He's out they had a seven game. Winning streak snapped in atlanta. The co and paul george back after missing just two games due to contact. Tracing the clippers are a deep team. There were deep team last year. But i think bach gives them a premium over mantras harrell because he can spread the floor. He can shoot the three and he can rim defend. He can defend the paint at certainly blocked shots. At least he's very good defender. As is harold box more versatile moreover more versatile player you can play a lot of big next to a bacha because he can do some things that some modern pigs can't but serge ibaka is not the reason that they're you know this good. They've played together another season. Tyler is doing a very good job. Don't forget and this goes for what i said about the nets last segment to we're in a covert year. Still where there's not practice like. They're normally is and people are socially distanced so first year teams that come together like the nets last year like brooklyn. This year are at a disadvantage but brooklyn's now going on their second year with sorry. The clippers are largely with the same cast. And yet you know. Lou will mantras harrell reggie jackson nick tomb. Which was a big pickup nick. A tumor he got a max deal or something close to it. Because he was the status all star. I mentioned this last week but at that time. Are you sure that you knew who was going to be better between kawhi leonard klay thompson and nick platoon. But he was in that category people when he got his deal. Weren't even like oh. That's too much for nick petunia. Like oh he's really good player. Lost interest on a noncompetitive team. He looks interested again. Remember he got a max deal wasn't no one. Did him any favors. He earned it so. That's a big pickup for them. Interested nick we can play making do some things but none of this really matters to me for the clippers and i understand power. Rankings are based on regular season performance. Guys until paul. George shows up as like this if paul george showed up his normal self. The clippers are still at a disadvantage against the lakers because kawai and libron or both superstars as is a de. Paul george is the next thing to a superstar. Paul george is not a five star player. He's a four and a half star player. So even if paul george it shows up as his normal self. Ain't going to be enough for the clippers in the playoffs. He has to be just to see but instead of that or even stay the same. He gets in the playoffs. So i don't believe in this clippers team in the play. I don't care what they do. In the regular season. Until i see paul george show up when it matters in the playoffs. A believer
LeBron James scores 26 points, Lakers roll past Thunder
"Lebron James scored twenty six points for the Lakers stayed perfect on the road by ripping the thunder one twenty eight ninety nine James delivered nine points in the sixty six second stretch of the third quarter he made four of six shots and scored eleven points in the third period to help the Lakers taken ninety three seventy one lead I think all of us are having a good time right now but you have a good time you win is the most important no you win he also learned from New Orleans that's fine and we will continue to montrezl Harrell had twenty one points in the affidavit said eighteen for the Lakers who have opened the season seven are now on the road for the first time in franchise history J. gill just Alexander scored seventeen points to lead the founder who trailed by twenty four in each half I'm Dave very
James leads Lakers past Grizzlies to open 2-game set
"Lebron James had twenty two points thirteen rebounds and eight assists for the Lakers in a one await ninety four downing of the Grizzlies James scored the Lakers first ten points in the fourth quarter and added a three pointer to make it one oh one ninety with two thirty four left to starve for whatever myself must form a little bit more good morning zag Mona see if I can I can open the game up we were able to do that Anthony Davis added seventeen points and nine rebounds while montrezl Harrell had sixteen points and nine boards in the Lakers third straight win Kyle Anderson led Memphis with eighteen points and yours valanciunas had fourteen points and ten rebounds the two teams meet again in Memphis on Tuesday I'm Dave very
George scores 33, Clippers beat Lakers 116-109 on ring night
"The champion Lakers began defense of their title but came up short in a one sixteen one oh nine opening night loss against the clippers Paul George scored twenty six second half points and finished with a game high thirty three Kawhi Leonard added twenty six the clips never trailed in the game lebron James beginning is eighteenth NBA season led the Lakers with twenty two points in their Lakers debut Dennis Schroder and montrezl Harrell each hit double figures in both points and rebounds mark Myers Los Angeles
Montrezl Harrell: Lakers wanted me more than Clippers did
"With the media yesterday for the first time since. Leaving for the leaving clippers for the lakers. The reigning sixth man of the year joining the lakers was a business decision when he was asked. If the clippers wanted him back he replied asli. It seemed that way. Does it shannon. Does this tell you. I think the biggest thing is that maybe The clippers treads didn't feel like the clippers made him a priority. He's like. I'm the sixth man of the year. And here we are a couple of days into it. You would like to think they probably had been having conversations with rich paul at some point in time and says okay. Yes we want to. We want to bring him back. This what we're looking look. This is what we're looking the rain that we're looking to pay. What are you. What are you looking for Maybe trades personality. Get when you come up. Like trees transplanting. I don't even know if he was drafted. But when you come up like he did scrapping and trying to fight. Play hard practice hard every single game. You bring hawaiian. Paul george in there and he thought their practice on the court in those guys are sitting on the sideline or those guys are missing game. That's gonna rub him the wrong way. It looks to me from the outside. Of like i said i don't know it looks like from the outside looking in skip. That's not gonna change and paul george. You the superstars moving forward. They're probably gonna take practices. Probably gonna take gave up and it was eager to move. Let tread go be a free agency as opposed to have that conflict in running back. So that's what it looks like meets get. I could be totally off base with this but it seems to me because we heard rumbling either. They upset that guy's missing with practicing when they wanted to guys playing when they wanted to and that rav some in the locker room. If i had to guess it would probably be. That would be rubbed the wrong way themselves. But this is a good deal for trae of you look at it trays serge. Ibaka and triple double t. Basically got the same deal. The mid level exception with a second year option with us a team or player option. That's what they got shooters. Got the money bretons. Look what he got. A boat on from sacramento. He signed that big offer sheet. Big skip really aig got didn't get the money because they're not shooting putting a premium on shooting the threes and scope. I like i like the lakers. Getting trans because i believe they're getting a guy. That's extremely motivated. He didn't play his best basketball win. The season resume. Let's not sugarcoat. He didn't play once he got to the bubble and maybe his grandmother. He had a lot on his mind. He didn't come back with the same ferocity that he had. We live because up until that point skip. He was a monster in when he came back. He wasn't bad but it didn't feel like in to him because it all it matters to him. He didn't feel like the clippers prioritize pill or they didn't send the they didn't give him an indication that they wanted him back as much as he thought he should have been wanted back he says okay. I'll make a business decision They got this over there. I won't like you like you say rondo. He wasn't going to have to move. You gotta move where he might have to have won the platinum the other than the go so he might you know going down there to the marina which neither the apply anything close by
Los Angeles Rams Hold Off Brady, Bucs Behind Goff’s 3 TDs
"Okay skip. We're going to get through this today. Let's talk about what we saw last night. The rams did beat the buccaneers last night. Twenty seven twenty four despite rushing for less than two yards per carry jared goff picked apart tampa secondary for three hundred seventy six yards and three touchdowns including over one hundred yards to both robert woods and cooper kupp. Meanwhile tom brady finished with two hundred sixteen passing yards on season low five yards per attempt and also threw two interceptions including one on the bucks. Final drive when they had a chance to tie or take the lead the game the forty three year old quarterback brady his third loss in prime time. This season shannon. How much was tom brady to blame last night. A lot of the half out of ten. Don't put this in primetime. Tom brady played more prime time games. Nine super bowl is that prime time thirteen. Afc championship game. Is that prime time. All the playoff game. Don't put that in prime time. Tom brady have played bad. It's as simple as their tom. Brady has not been good. This year needs played here. Well he played good if he hasn't put a game together No our young watched game at carolina just a week ago. Like virtuoso masterpiece when comprehend. Please just let me have my moment. just let me by moment. Twenty two incompletions. Wow if that good you thought about forty eight times you have slightly more than two hundred sixteen to one dollars that good. Goodbye it now. This what we hear brady was inaccurate all night last night on deep balls. Oh for six with two interceptions on throws twenty yards downfield skip bayless and pro football focus. Se tom brady's doing great during the ball down the field the last four gave. He's one for twenty. Throw twenty yards down the field with three interceptions. Now here the stat that somebody. I don't know who came up with this. That they call it a. He leaves the league you this. Tom brady leads. The league in a twenty yard throws sixty me lead to leave but he's twenty. Seven and completion percentage four and affection which third most. What was the final score. Time killed. kim. I will let you have. It was sixty five to nothing more. If i'm not janey why. What did i predict the finals. Go be laughing yesterday. you have no idea. I don't remember shad have really did better. Staleness only got one pro. Football focus also came all stay at near distance. It doesn't matter if the ball is complete or incomplete. Otto completion matter. It doesn't matter because don because you've been telling me all he does is drink and done his backs. Skip good if i thought about georgia. Being the hall of fame. Completions didn't battle. All i was only refuting your point. He's just a dink dunker now. That's what said he's got no arm. He's a noodle arm spaghetti white house. Completion percentage down the field who leads the whole. Nfl in air distance. And i think he just pulled away. Last night beth as consequential stat you saw him throwing the ball down the field lighting and dunk last night when he didn't think and how do look when did he deacon dunk. I think conductor for net three times that he dropped all three of them note that he had antonio brown hair thirteen target eight catches for fifty seven yards seven point one of material. He had ten targets. The chris with seven yards seven catches for fifty three yards. Dak seven point six. He had one receiver that had a double digit average own completion. You he deacon and dunkin what was the final score deferrals court with tom brady lost and the rams one. That's what jared goff. First of all jerry gulf in charm paid like the gave this thing away because they got ultra conservative and they got careless the football but somebody makes go but scale you look off last night. There's no way around it. I don't want to hear anything about the defense. Because i told you everybody based everything because if you wash tampa bay everybody wanted to annoy them after. They did with green bay. And i'll say if you watch that defense. I say the into who said i didn't get to us. They can be hey. I think they're very undisciplined. I out of position a lot more. You think but because that pass rush covers up but they don't get home they can be had. Whoa that they're coming. They could be had skilled. Tom brady he got happy feet. Another one get here and they gotta run. They really do a whole lot but they got around him a little bit and he had had like polka polka. Like do the poco.
NBA free agency: Los Angeles Lakers signing Montrezl Harrell to two-year deal, Wes Matthews to one-year deal, per reports
"The embassy's free agency period is underway. There are reports the Bucks will re sign Pat Con it into a two year deal. Meanwhile, Wesley Matthews will reportedly signed a one year deal with the Lakers. Robin Lopez will reportedly signed a one year deal with the Wizards. I'm Rusty Mellberg news radio WTMJ.
Navy investigating fatal plane crash near Gulf Coast
"The U. S Navy training plane crashed yesterday in Alabama neighborhood near the Gulf Coast. Here's correspondent Jennifer King, Navy Air Force's spokesman Zach Harrell said both people aboard the plane were killed in the crash. The plane flew out of Naval Air Station Whiting Field about 30 Miles north east of Pensacola, Florida and crash near the city of Foley. In Alabama Fully fire chief Joey Darby said firefighters were able to make a quick stop to the fire after finding a home in several cars engulfed in flames. No injuries were reported on the ground. I'm Jennifer King. A Colorado wildfire that exploded in size is weak force. Nearby evacuations and close Rocky Mountain National Park. Scientists in Washington state have discovered the first nest of those so called murder Hornets in the US Plans to wipe it out today. Entomologist spend. Eric Spider says he used tiny radio transmitters to follow one of the animals back to that night. I actually heard Morning buzz over my head, so we assumed she had left the location. But then we heard another one buzz over my head and I took a step back and realized we were actually standing right under the nests. More from townhall dot com.
"harrell" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Box and he's starting to hear about how in other states they're using familial testing to get to unknown killers, and this isn't the genealogy testing that we've been talking so much about in the last couple of years this one is using genealogy but at the time you just test against other family members who were already in cody. So he thinks like, oh, this could be great. Maybe the DNA samples will match someone in like a distant family member who's in prison, and then that will lead us to our perpetrator. This could be the ticket, but the thing was in two thousand nine when this is going on when he's having this idea, it's actually illegal to do that in the end, you can't use a family member WHO's had. To submit DNA because they've committed a crime to get to a another family member who hasn't already. So schon is back at square one again and it starting to feel like this early work on this investigation kind of like a roller coaster army really up down he's two steps forward one step back but Shawn knows the answer to this puzzle is somewhere in the case and he refuses to give a Year after year after year until eight years later in two, thousand seventeen, the investigation gets a boost yet another advance Indiana technology. This is when genetic pheno typing release starts. Now, we talked about this before how incredible pheno typing can be, and it basically just uses a DNA sample to predict what a person with this DNA might look like i. mean what color hair will is we're color skin tone I mean this is a big level up from your basic composite sketch. Yeah. According to w teach our news SEAN GETS A phenotype composite. Made from the Indiana State Police lab based on the DNA from Pamelas file. So what he learns is the person that they're looking for has dark hair dark eyes and like a medium skinned home until finally he's like okay I can actually narrow down my search and he starts going through the file and only focusing on people who matched the description he starts pulling arrest records from the late sixties early seventies searching for suspects who had been arrested for violent sexual crimes that search yielded one hundred and six potential suspects one, hundred and six. This creates almost a full year of work for Sean looking for suspects. phenotype composite but he ends up having no luck and he's starting to feel like he's running out of options and he's wondering if maybe this case. Isn't solvable after all because every year that passes is another year further from anyone who might have memories pamelas murder, but it's also another year of advances in DNA technology but here's the thing even as that potential like keeps growing. So much of the DNA sample from Hams Blouse has been used for that tests that the state police lab actually did and the lab warned Sean like listen. You might only have one usable piece of DNA left like one more chance to use this precious clue to try and figure out who killed Pamela. So knowing that he has one last chance this might be it might be his only way to nail this guy responsible down for murder Sean things long and hard about what to do next and where to play his very last card. This episode is made possible by Albert if you want to get a handle on your money, but you might feel overwhelmed don't stress just download Albert it's a personal finance app that helps you find a happy balance and make the most of what you have Albert can do so many things but my favorite is that it rounds up your purchases so that you start saving without even. 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In two, thousand eighteen, Sean decides to send the DNA sample from Pamelas blouse out of state to this lab down in Virginia called Paraben Nanno labs and we've talked about paramount on the show of the Yes we love at paramount they are a DNA technology company and they're huge in the field of forensic genealogy and their best known for helping identify the Golden State Killer California for cracking the equal Tinsley case right here in Indiana I mean, they have been involved in tons and tons of cases and one of the things in two thousand eighteen that Paraben was doing genealogy was still just brand new to them but they were deep into this process called snapshot, which takes pheno typing. Up a couple of notches basically. So this seems really promising, but Sean knows that he has to be so careful here the milem family has waited so long for answers and this responsibility is weighing heavy on him again, I mean, this could be his last chance. So at first, he wants to split the difference. He tried just sending on half of the sample that. He had left just in case it doesn't work like maybe you'll have a backup, but paraben comes back in and tells him. It's not enough like if you want to do this, we need the whole sample. Sean agonizes over what to do according to Fox, twenty three news he turns it over and over and over in his head, and then he decides to go for. It this is his hail Mary Pass. He sends the full sample the very last bit of DNA to pair bond in praise that he's made the right call one parent gets it. They do two things. First, they create a phenotype composite for Sean their best guess what the suspect is, GonNa look like what is DNA, profile is and here's the totally crazy part their phenotype. Snapshot Comes Back Completely Different From the one Sean Got Indiana state police lab like how different so if you remember the guy that Shawn's been looking for for the last year has brown hair Brown eyes and medium skin tone right holly. Hayes. Reported for the Indianapolis Star that the pair bond composite had.
"harrell" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Police took him to. India for a polygraph. Arrested I mean I feel like this guy is you know kidnapping women assaulting them. In the same area of the same campus, you have to explore that. Oh, I totally agree. I. Mean Robert. was literally attacking these two women one right after the other either Monday Tuesday or Tuesday Wednesday depending on which source you read but either way to kidnappings and sexual assaults on two consecutive days. Roberts thing that he would snatch women take them into the woods assault then and then let them go and this brings me back to all of this stuff that. was found between Pam's pants and her pantyhose police thought that she had been taken into the woods right? So Robert is arrested and charged with kidnapping and sexual assault related to those two victims that he attacked a November and according to Chris Essex Article. For W. T. H. I., News Robert Readily admits to the rapes and abductions. But when they asked him point blank about painless murder, which they do many times. He's adamant that he had nothing to do with it. But police don't believe this for a second and neither does the media partly because I mean, what are the odds of having two different predators operating in exact same small area in such a short period of time and in almost a similar way at this point, it's pretty much a foregone conclusion that he's responsible for Pamela Death to everyone in the media and the public. But try as they might investigators aren't actually able to connect him to the crime scene or Pamela with any kind. Of physical evidence but that doesn't stop the media and the public from wild speculation. It gets so loud and out of hand by the time, Robert gets to trial in early nineteen seventy-three his lawyer asked the judge to set some rules that the media members covering case can't say that Roberts, even a suspect in Pamelas murder because it could taint the jury pool against him in hurt his chances of getting a fair and impartial trial has he officially been named a suspect in her murder? Though no not officially but we've seen this before where police are so sure they have their guy even if there's no way to actually prove that it's a hundred percent true. That kind of continues to get reported as fact. So when he was first charged, Robert Actually pled not guilty by reason of insanity. But by the time he goes to trial he pulls back on the insanity piece and just pleads not guilty. The jury doesn't buy it and in the end they find him guilty. On all charges on April Ninth Nine thousand nine hundred, seventy three, he sentenced to a life term in prison. So now the police investigation into Pamelas murderer goes into this odd state of limbo like they have this gut feeling that Roberts, the one who killed her, but they don't have the evidence to actually charge him with murder and I guess, as long as he's sitting in jail, people are just feeling like the dangerous man is off the street and there's nothing necessarily to worry about. So Wall Robert Sits in jail Pamelas case sits on a cold-case shelf all through the seventies the eighties even through the ninety s nothing moves on her case at all. Until. Two thousand one almost thirty years after her murder, the Tara Hope Police decided to give Pamelas another look forensic technology in the early two thousands I mean is light years ahead of what they had back in seventy two and DNA in particular his huge. The investigator working the case decided to see if there's anything they have in evidence that might provide them with enough DNA test anything that they can compare specifically to Robert Wayne Austin to see once and for all if they're gut was right and he was there guy this whole time, please tell me they come back to the stain. Yes. So according to the Springfield New Sun investigators go back to the Shirt Pamela was wearing that one with a small. Stain that they couldn't really place before and sure enough there is enough genetic material in that stain to test for DNA. But that's not all police are also able to grab a fingerprint off a Pamelas glasses using technology that wasn't around in the seventies. So armed with this new. DNA profile for comparison police look. Robert. Up and find that he's actually out on parole they track him down. It's not super difficult thankfully, and they get their DNA sample from him. They send it off to the lab. They wait and I mean so much anticipation here right? Because he's their guy that's a thirty year old murder salt in a high profile case off their books. But if he's not I, mean they're back to square one but thirty years later. When the results come back, they are not the slam dunk that police had been hoping for robber was not their guy after all they're able to confirm that the DA pamelas blouse did come from a man, but it just wasn't Robert and the fingerprint isn't his either. So back to square one, they run the DNA through Kotas and get nothing they were on the fingerprint and the two parcels pulled from her car through Apis, which is basically the fingerprint version of Codex hoping that they'll find an answer there. But once again, they come up empty and once again Pamelas case goes back on the shelf. Seven long years pass and in two thousand eight, a man named Sean Keane Becomes Chief of detectives for the Tara. Hope Police and one of the first things he does is start passing out coal cases to his team since it doesn't seem fair to pass them out to others and not take for himself. Sean decides to take on Pamelas case because it is the oldest in their files according to the Tribune Star Sean spends hours reviewing the case files in the office during his shift and even after hours at home, and he's tracking down more than fifty men who were interviewed in connection with Pamelas murder back in nineteen seventy two, which is a hard job. I. Mean not only having to find these people, which is probably a monumental undertaking all these years later, but also having to try and get those people to remember something about a crime that happened at this point almost forty years ago. Right so desperate for a break, Sean decides to try some out of the box method to heat this case up according to the Springfield new son one of the things Sean does is he takes pamelas picture along with a little blurb on the case and his contact information and puts all of that on decks of cards that go out to prisoners all throughout Indiana on the off chance that may be an inmate with information would see. It and come forward and as creative as that was I mean, I, know that's been done continuously since then unfortunately nothing comes of it no one comes forward. So he looks back to DNA the last time Pamelas murder case was investigated closely was two, thousand one and Sean knows how far DNA technology has come and even just those few years by two thousand, eight touch DNA is starting to emerge where DNA can be tested from skin cells that the killer leaves behind something that they touched something like a murder weapon or the rope that police found rump Pamelas neck and listen like they already have a profile of the killer, but if there's DNA on that piece. Of. Rope. That doesn't match what's on Pam's Blouse. Suddenly, Sean would be looking for more than one suspect like this is something that could change the course of the investigation. SO WITH NOTHING TO LOSE SEAN decides to give it a try and sure enough his hunch was spot on there is some DNA rope, but it's just a partial profile. So it's another dead end. Yeah. Kind because really what this partial profile tells us is it's not a hundred percent match to the steam, but it also can't be ruled out as not a match. So it doesn't really help in one way or another we're kind of like you said dead and right back to where we started. After about a year on Pamelas case Sean. Starts to again try and think outside of the.
"harrell" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"The call comes in from the Indiana state police who tell officers and Tara. Hope that they're actually investigating another woman's murder from just a month prior one that they think could be linked to Pamelas. This victims name is Vicki Lynn Harrell and she was killed just a little more than a month before Pamela and Light Pamela Vicky was last seen in public at the Kmart store where she worked but this was not in Tara coach. She was actually in Bloomington. Bloomington is about an hour and a half like southeast ish of Terror Hotel, and it's another Indian college town for listeners outside of Indiana Bloomington is. Home to Indiana. University and the university itself really is the heart of the city was Vicky a student. So she wasn't at least not that I could find and I have to say there just isn't a ton out there about bickies personal life and not a ton of coverage on her case. Really. So it's hard to say a lot about her before her death. What we do know though is that she Was Twenty. Five years old. So a bit older than Pamela and we know that she had been divorced and it's interesting and a little disgusting off pudding that the media coverage on her case back in seventy two made very sure to point out that she was divorced and also how she liked to bars and listen to rock music and the way they did this especially when you compare it to the coverage. Of Pamela you can see they're almost making it seem like what happened to Vicky was her own fault like a divorced woman out on the town. Would you expect kind of thing right like a total assassination of her character? Yeah and you know as I was trying to find out more about her I did find that she may have also been a single mom. So one of the articles I found in the Tara Tribune called her quote, an unwed mother but that detail doesn't appear everywhere and there's just so little information about Vicky in general that I don I truly just don't know what's real and what's not but I do know how differently they were talked about. So on. Saturday August. Twelfth Nineteen, seventy-two Vicki headed from her apartment to her job at the local Kmart according to the Indianapolis. Star her room waited for. Her to come home at her normal time. But she just never showed up some light was fading and it was pouring down rain outside and with still no sign of Vicky Jeremy started to worry she called around a few places looking for her thinking. Maybe Vicki had gone over to a friend's house to wait out the rain before heading home or maybe she decided to meet up with someone for a drink or. Something, but no one had seen or heard from Vicky. So later, that night her roommate called the police and reported her missing but the weekend came and went with no sign of her and then on Monday the fourteenth, some highway workers were out on a country road near Spencer Indian, which is about a half hour from Bloomington win they spot a young woman's naked body laying face down in a ditch surrounded. By water they call in police right away and when officers arrived, they quickly realize just how disturbing this crime scene really was while the women's cause of debt wasn't overtly obvious. There was no sign of a struggle, no murder weapon or anything near her body. But when they moved her body, they were shocked to find something carved into her chest carved into the front of this woman's body were the initials K. and. Now police take the victim back to Bloomington for an autopsy and it was here that they finally identified her as Vicky linhares based on with found the crime scene or. What they didn't find like clothing or signs of a struggle police figured that was probably a secondary crime scene where they found her that Vicky was probably killed somewhere else and then just dumped at that site. But just like Pamela Vicky had died after being strangled with a rope but unlike Pamela Vicki's body showed clear signs of sexual assault according to cover it in the Lafayette Journal and Courier Okay but back to these letters on the chest like what does Cayenne stand for girl I wish high new police couldn't find any significance to the letters and it's not that they thought the letters. Were irrelevant it just that nothing really fit or made sense. Now for a moment police are thinking this feels a little bit ritualistic, not like satanic but almost like with Syria coach, how they have this pattern there's this secondary site, the carvings in her chest, the sexual assault and they're thinking maybe this is what's happening here. Maybe a serial killer on our hands and this is an Indiana state police like once they learn about Pamela reach out to tear hope and say, Hey, like we just had this happen in a college town you have kind of similar case in yours maybe they're connected. I mean you have to make a contact like that but? I guess I'm having trouble connecting them like the scene seemingly different. The actual acts like one has a body carving one doesn't one was sexually assaulted. One was in. Yeah. I mean again I think you have to cases where There's just like no idea what could have happened there at least enough similarities that they're kind of wondering I mean obviously, they recognize the differences but I think they were wondering if maybe pamelas killer ran out of time before he could finish his whole plan because again I mean he had pulled her pants there was some intent there I mean, maybe he got interrupted who knows but that would explain why their bodies were found in such different ways so Law Enforcement in both Owen and Monroe counties kind of come together to investigate Vicki and Pamelas debts together to try and figure this thing out. Now you would think because this was such a brutal crime. It would have gotten a lot of media attention but that'll be wrong. Instead kind of the opposite happens like yet Vicki's case got some press in the first few days after her body was discovered but then it was kind of like her murder just. Got Shrugged off not by the police but by the public whereas they covered pamelas murder extensively because Pamela, she was the all American. College Girl Bride Bright Future and when her body was discovered one month and one town away because she was getting so much attention at kind of renewed interest in Vicki's case just a little bit because of the potential connection. But aside from that initial like burst a couple of articles maybe they're connected, there was really just. Nothing else it was like no one seemed to care that Vicki had lived or that she had died such a brutal death and actually the apathy got so bad.
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"September Fifteenth Nineteen seventy-two is a big Friday. Night for the women of Sigma Kappa Sorority at Indiana. State University in Tara hoped Russia's deputies are in full swing and they've got some tough choices to make about who's GonNa make the cut this year. So the sorority sisters all meet up in their sweet and homestead hall near Lincoln Quad to talk over you know what's going to happen how it's GonNa go maybe some decorating. You know judge the place a little bit the meeting wraps. Around. Eleven PM and the girls decide to grab a quick bite before going their separate ways for the night. Now, one of the sisters a young woman named Pamela says that she's actually going to run out super quick and move her car closer to the building Pamelas a sophomore, and since she's from Tara Hokey she actually lives at home instead of staying on campus all the time. But since it's rush, she's actually staying at the Sigma Kappa Sweet for the weekend just to help out. On her way out of the house, she grabs a box of decorating stuff to put in her trunk to kind of get it out of the way to help clean up the suite and she tells her sisters that she's going to be back in just a few minutes and then they can all eat the sorority sisters wait and wait and wait eventually they start kind of. Looking at each other and getting a little worried like it should've only been a few minutes but because she is in back, they eventually just decide to eat and call it a night without her I. Mean How long are we talking? We're they like after two minutes. Let's just eat or with us like a considerable amount of time. So because this is an old case and Pretty local, Tara. A Ho-. There's not a whole lot of information out there in terms of like a precise time line of what happened on that Friday night like totally speculating here. But remember she lives off campus. So I, wonder if maybe her friends thought, she just made a last minute decision to head back to her parents house or just decided to bail last minute on. This dinner I. Mean there was no need for her to come back that night. Yeah I mean it's pretty late, and this is back in the days before cell phones. So someone changing their plan and just kind of being no shows I think is something that was just kind of more accepted back then. So no one was worried about pam that night to her sorority sisters. Maybe she just went home to her parents and to her parents they knew that that night she was going to be staying at the Sorority House. So they weren't worried about her not coming home either. But when Pamela doesn't show up for her shift at work the next morning, that's when alarm bells start going off for the people who knew her right away her friends and Family Start Looking for her and they report her missing on September sixteenth finally at seven o'clock on that Saturday night to Pamela sorority sisters actually spot her car in the back end of a parking lot across from the Lincoln Quad and it is definitely Pamelas car no question. She drives this big boat of thing this old red pontiac from the nineteen sixties with a big license. Plate on the front that says Jesus in all caps you can't miss it or really mistake it for someone else's this time of year, is already pretty dark out. So the girls actually go back to the sweet and get a flashlight. So they can take a closer look at the car and what might be inside they're going around the car shining light in the windows and. Nothing really jumps out at them until someone catches a flash of reflection on the rear window and sitting there are Pamelas glasses right away. This is troubling because her friends know pamelas vision isn't great without her glasses she wouldn't just leave them I mean she was always wearing that. So they know now that they had to call panel is family and tell them what they found. Pamelas Dad Charles, and her younger sister Sheila get to the parking lot as quickly as they can with the spare keys to the car heart pounding Sheila helps her dad's search inside of Pamelas car looking for any clue of where she might be in the first thing that they spot is the last thing they want to see they find pamelas purse according to crystal bound volumes piece in the springfield new son it had been completely emptied out keys wallet everything it becomes obvious early on it there's nothing else inside the car that's going to actually lead them to Pamela or tell them where she may have gone but before they give up on the car entirely. Heads back to check one more area the car that they haven't looked at yet the trump. He puts the key in the lock takes a deep breath, and as soon as he pops the trunk and sees what's inside Charles. Just screams because inside the trunk is his daughter's lifeless body. Now pamelas sister Sheila is next to her dad's seeing this too, and she wants more than anything to look away but. Can't through her whore she sees Pamelas hands have been tied behind her back. Her face is all cut up. There's a ligature around her neck and there's a piece white tape over her mouth. Pamela Dad manages to pull himself together long enough to call the issue campus police who according to the Tara Tribune call the city police in right away as soon as they arrive, the investigation kicks into high gear when they first see Pamela. They think that she may have been beaten or there was some kind of severe struggle because of those scratch marks and cuts all over her face. It's also clear to them from the onset that whoever killed Pamela used the theory items from the decorating box that she had brought out to her car to bind and gag her. So go. It didn't tell them much about their killer. It did kind of tell them that he didn't come. Prepared with his own items, he used what was already around the only other real piece of evidence found in or around the car itself were a few partial fingerprints that they collected and sent off for testing. Pamelas body is then taken off by the corner for an autopsy and what they learn at the actual autopsy kind of changes, some of their assumptions. So the autopsy shows that all of those cuts and scratches on her face. Weren't made from like fingernails and a struggle. They were actually made by the tail lights from inside her trump like the actual nuts and bolts that hold them in place and the corner thought that those injuries were most likely caused by being kind of jostled against those sharp pieces. So do we know if those cuts happened before or after she died? So based on the evidence it looks like she went into the trunk after she died. But here's the thing I didn't see anything about Pamelas body being transported in her car or what kind of assumptions police made about how exactly be scratches got there I don't know if she got them as she was being placed in the trunk or if she was placed there and the assumption is he drove around a lot and it was the movement that actually caused those. We don't know that for sure ultimately pamelas cause of. Death was determined to be strangulation from a thin white clothesline type rope that was still around her neck when her body was found and it was the same type of rope that the killer had used to tie up her hands as well. No she did have some scratches and bruises elsewhere on her body in addition to the marks on her face showing that their assumption was kind of right at the beginning there had been a struggle. With her attacker interestingly, the corner actually puts her time of death kind of at a specific moment. He thinks it happened around midnight on Friday night, and since Pam was last seen by her sorority sisters around eleven that gives police a pretty Niro timeframe to focus their investigation. So did the corner find any evidence of sexual assault? The coroner actually said, no, there wasn't sexual assault, but I did read in the Indy Star that there. was like some sticks and some other nature debris between Pamelas pants and her pantyhose. So police think that the killer must have taken her into a wooded area at some point and at the very least at least pulled down her pants, which kind of makes it seem to me at least like the killer plan to sexually assault Pamela and and maybe even started but he was maybe they're spooked or interrupted or ran a time or.
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"On it with the full force of my lung so that it busts into passionate flames right. There are many key actors and characters in the great players inside and outside the palace whose fortunes rise and fall according to the whims of royalty and the winds of history not all characters survived through these ten episodes but they all make a strong impression particularly good or Sash Dewan or low one of Catherine's closest confidants and Sebastian Desouza as Leo. Who is presented to her by her. Philandering husband as sexual diversion of her own. He quickly earns his keep. There's a lot to take in and enjoy while watching the great visually. The architecture and landscapes and interior sets are sumptuous rich and ripe as the often scandalous dialogue sexual chemistry intention. Run through the entire miniseries in the ballroom dances as well as the intimate conversations and confrontations. The great is very much in the style of the nineteen thirty four movie. The scarlet empress in which Marlene Dietrich. Start as Catherine. It's got a similar sense of humor and irreverence and a captivating leading lady. Dietrich's empress rose to power using sex as a weapon while fannings empress uses her mind above all in the great both fanning and Holt. Serve up shrewdly entertaining performances. I'd call it a perfect diversion for these times. Except certain coincidental parallels do surface from time to time Catherine embraces. Art The free press and science while her husband is initially resistant to all of them and before the great is over the palace itself is invaded by a smallpox epidemic which has the characters debating about quarantines treatments and acceptable death tolls aside from those eerie parallels though the great is immensely enjoyable and clearly lends itself to a second season for now. Though I give the great a hearty Huzzah.
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"Is that as exhilarating? Oh indeed I think this kind of cold clammy excitement and quivering intensity is Main thing that I'm feeling when I start to play that it's almost. It's almost impossible to control the explosive quality of the of the rhythm and the the vitality required a enough to actually keep it in wraps enough for it to be a public performance. I find this piece so powerful that it It's just it's dwarfing to come in contact with it and at the beginning of the music. Sounds perhaps a little bit gay a little bit just bouncy and but those sudden crescendo? The tiffany claps the the The offbeat that that that that just a slowly scratches at you until it's just the breaking point. It's very exciting. Are You thinking technique? Are you just thinking what you're feeling when you're playing that? I'm thinking technique occasionally when it gets very difficult but mostly I'm just reacting to the emotional picture of music you are. I think one of the few soloists actually started with an orchestral career. You started your career with the Cleveland Orchestra. Did you choose to start your career at in an orchestra? So that you'd learn ensemble playing better learn to to be part of a larger group. Yes my teacher at that time. Leonard rose a great American cellist. played in years in orchestra. And he thought it was a wonderful musical training. Also I had recently been orphaned and I needed To have some financial security and it was just came along at the right time in my musical development as well your father died. I believe in your sixteen in. Your mother died in an auto accident three years after that was the orchestra family for you. Oh Yes yes. I was so much younger than my other colleagues in the orchestra and in a way I was very lonely because I couldn't really late to them one on one because they were all Zola's my parents and their children were too young for me and the schedule of the orchestra was very demanding so although there was university in Cleveland I didn't really have time to to get involved with People my own age at the time so it was a difficult time but one that I wouldn't trade at all because that's the foundation of my musical and Intellectual beginning your parents were both musicians and as you had mentioned they both died when you were a teenager musicians. Especially when they're young. I think really immerse themselves so totally unusual and shut out a lot of other parts of of life and I was running if you went through that even more so because of the tragedies in your own family Because you you were probably forced to be more of a loner than you might have even chosen to be yes. That's definitely true. I I did Do that and it's sometimes causes problems of adjustment for me today because that world of myself the hotel room the cello and maybe room service is Can Be very complete one when I'm on tour and and away from my family and away from my friends. And it's only over protracted long period of time. Do I realize that That I'm I'm not really happy living that way anymore. But certainly for a number of years it was kind of cocoon that was protection against the harshness of the outside world and in that way music was like a savior to me. It really was a balm on hurt minds. Your father was a metropolitan opera. Baritone your mother was a violinist when you decided to start playing music was there pressure anew to be great and to really shine no there wasn't in fact. My parents were so afraid that they would innuendo that kind of pressure that they They didn't take any kind of active interest or concern with my music at all in school. Orchestras and music organizations. They'd always say well. Of course Leeann has the great advantage of his parents. But I didn't have one musical discussion with either one of them Never went to my father's or mother's concerts. He was as though the only thing that did Rub off was that music as a way of life as a is it. Just normal thing to do was an was part of my family upbringing. Putting on a tie practicing your instrument warming up putting a full dress on our address in going out on stage and performing in front of people was the way people lived as far as I was and it was very dramatic when I went to Florida on vacation and I saw Chris Evert practicing tennis with their father and I realized that her upbringing in tennis was the same sort of thing that I had in music. Just a way of life. Not just something you choose as a profession because her father recorded you've been able to go back and hear him sing as a mature adult. You've been able to use your developed ears now to listen to him. Does he sound different than you. Remember him. Sounding when you were young no not at all. The it's overpowering emotionally particularly when I am using a recording of my fathers as a demonstration of a something in a masterclass in in my teaching That's all I can do to control. Not just breaking up and weeping out of my misery of missing him in his in his art on the other hand I realized now more as because I am a father and he wasn't such a good daddy in certain so it's sort of balances out very interesting. We're listening to an interview from our archives with acclaimed cellist. Lynn Harrell. Speaking with Terry Gross Herald died last month at the age of seventy six. We'll hear more of their conversation. After a break this is fresh air a rabbi an Arab and a comedian all with Cova nineteen walk into a luxury hotel it was Zimba class. Old Young religious secular Arab Jewish was like where am I? It's the hotel corona on. Npr's rough translation. Let's get back to the nineteen eighty seven interview terry gross recorded with cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month at age seventy six. I want to play are an excerpt of your recent recording of Bach cello suites and wondering if learning to play. This is a right of passage for chalice. I WANNA think one would have to say so in Casale The Great Old Spanish master. Who died to just in the mid seventies he really was the Pakistani of the cello He was the first one in the turn of the nineteenth century. Start to played instruments. So much better. He's discovered the cello suites as something more than just technical practices and They are profound pieces of music. They aren't the Saint Matthew Passion. They're not as good. I don't think even as the Brandenburg Concerto but they're astounding still when you working with a genius like bar or a Michelangelo etching is pretty astounding. It's not the Sistine Chapel okay. But it's quite amazing. So that's what these suites ally for the cellist. It is a real passage to go through to to develop one style and to come up face to face with such masterpieces and they require so much. Technically musically aesthetically and in every way that it's It's a marvelous challenge. Let's give a listen to your performance of the Jig from Fox Cello Suite number one in g major.
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"Hotdog and I had not seen the picture at all. I had not seen the movies. I didn't know whether I was. I was good at our media minute or whatever I was. So the shocker is to walk out of that place and then suddenly feel. You didn't know what you were going to get yourself into but look how everybody treats you. You See. I loved it and then I went to see it again at the waverly down on the village. And that's where the people were not in the lobby. I was besieged. I was there within people. Came up to me. Is it your will turnblad. Yo Ricki Lake's father and I had no idea it going to turn out that way really. Was it hard for you to break out of the stiller and mirror image years after you had stopped performing with your wife well really stopped We still do it and But at the same time We had come from you know theater backgrounds but the the need to go on my own and and to do her thing alone it really kind of came out of the fact that our kids were born amy and Ben and suddenly hit with a husband and wife work together and suddenly you were being asked to play Las Vegas and then what do you do you pick up the two children and the nanny and you go to Vegas and you get ready to do the nightclub back. I mean it was easier for me because I'm the father and the man. He's supposed to be the breadwinner for the MOM. How could you be a mother and a nightclub performer? Working on new material. And your kids take the kids to school. So we made a kind of a concerted decision which is very rare for both and myself to try to figure out a way to do everything and one of the things that happened with see. She got a job on medical center with Chad Everett in which she was offered a major role in I was in New York She said can I do this? Jerry would you be upset if I went out and did this role I said you do it? Now be with the kids and long behold she got nominated for an emmy for that role and suddenly we say. Hey we got a new career. Ab Ran and the next Couple of weeks I was offered a role in the Ritz on Broadway. With the Rita Marino Jack Weston and F Murray Abraham my dear POW and the show opens and that becomes a hit. And I'll be damned if something to say. Hey there's more to our lives than just doing the act so at we had the best of everything now. We could set the kids off to school. New York will always be with with them or the two of us were with them and it worked out That we were able to the act later to you told us before that your father did not want you to become an actor so when you found out that your son Ben Stiller wanted to go into show business himself. What was your reaction? I had a kind of a knot in my stomach because Ben was Could name all the parts of the body and Latin when he was going to Let literally in Junior High School. And Amy was also kind of like caught up in this kind of I I guess academia but what happened was both of them decided that one point that they were going to do it then dropped out after nine months. He said it's school doesn't give me what I thought I wanted. I wanted to be a film director. And he said I'm going to go and become an actor and be theater person on my own. I suspend if you do if you quit school. I'm GonNa Really GonNa Kick Your Butt. I don't use those words but he said Dad. Trust me I will do it on my own. And would you believe for two years? He went to classes in New York. He studied he cleared up his skin which was full of acne he He went to the gym. He lost weight. He became an actor and he eventually tried out for the house of Blue Leaves for John where he was got the part and he when he was appeared on Broadway is to come down sneak in see him in the second act went crazy watching him. I loved it. I went nuts every time. He got applause. I G GREAT. My kids doing great meantime. Amy's working down at the Thirteenth Street playhouse off Broadway in little isn't some kind of a little red riding thing and go down taking movies of her so I was thrilled watching both of them. Go into it. But every time they came home and said you know I didn't get this. I didn't get that I went and nuts Jerry Stiller. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you very kind. That was the late Jerry. Stiller speaking with Terry Gross in nineteen ninety three still are in Miras kids. Amy And ben have gone onto their own successful careers in comedy and acting. Ben Stiller also became a filmmaker in two thousand ten terry talk to him about Zander. A comedy which Ben had written and directed he played the title role but also wrote a role for his father. Ben Stiller Played Zoo lander a dim witted male model in Jerry. Stiller was his agent. I WANNA play a short scene. And this is a scene with your father Jerry Stiller and et cetera. In in your Father Plays. Maury Boston head of balls models and this is a model agent model agency that he helped build build with nail modeling agency. Yeah so at this point in the movie your character Derek. Zoolander wants to take a break from from the fashion world. And so here's your here's you with your Father Jerry Stiller in a scene from zoolander. I WanNa do something meaningful with my life. Maury deeper thoughts on my mind today. I was thinking about volunteering to help teach underprivileged children. Learn how to read and just thinking about. It was the most rewarding experience I've ever had out there kind of thing. I mean maybe it could even have my own institute we could call it the Derek zoolander center for kids who can't read good. What about us? We've built this place together. Look squeezed when I met you. You're a joint potato. Couldn't book a Goddamn Sears Catalog? And who couldn't find left to save his ass. Now Look at you. I can't turn left. Yeah right Berek please. Some bailed marlins go left at the end of the runway. You got a lot of gifts but hiking. Lowy just isn't one of them. It must be given such pleasure to to say okay now going to write a role from my father and direct him in it. Oh Yeah I mean that's how I was laughing listening to that. Just because he's just so first of all character of Maurya so far afield from my my dad's actual personality In terms of like you know ever squeezing squeezing to she of lady. I don't picture him doing that But that was fun was getting him into those situations and he you know he really goes goes with it and goes for it and It was it's great i. I'm really happy like I'm kind of looking forward to someday. My kids being able to see their grandfather in that movie 'cause he's he's awesome What was it like for you when your father was Costarring on Seinfeld and everybody was watching the show. Well you know it really changed his life. I mean he you know for years and years. My parents You know were successful as a comedy team. And you know. Did the Ed Sullivan. Show over thirty times and nightclubs and TV shows and all that and they and the You know did really really well but then I think Seinfeld happened from. My Dad had just changed people's perception of him and reach so many people and I was really very very happy to see that for him because he's really deserving of it as I think my mom is too so you know and and I think it's for him you know he thrives on work. I think he loves to work. A- keeps them going And then out of that came King of Queens for him and people love him. He's a naturally funny human being and he's incredibly loved from that show and so it's it was great. It was great to see that. That was Ben Stiller. Speaking with Terry Gross in twenty ten his mom and Meera died in. Twenty fifteen at age. Eighty five Jerry. Stiller died this week at the age of ninety two after we take a short break. We'll hear Terry's interview with renowned cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month. And I'll review a new. Hulu comedy miniseries about the rise of Catherine the Great. I'm David Being Cooley. And this is fresh. Air Face Masks have become the new normal as we continue to grapple with the ongoing pandemic. But when did we start wearing masks for our health and safety this week on through line the origins of the n? Ninety five mask and how it became the life saving tool it is today through line from NPR. The podcast where we go back in time to understand the present. We're going to listen to an interview with renowned cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month aged seventy six in herald obituary in the New York. Times music critic. Anthony Tomasini wrote quote at six feet four inches tall and built like a linebacker with long arms. An enormous hands to unveil up the cello when he played it producing burnished and penetrating sound easily yet. He was also a sensitive interpreter and subtle colorist Unquote Herald. Grew up in a home. Where music was the first language. His father was metropolitan opera. Baritone Mack Harrell. His mother Marjorie Fulton was a successful violinist. Lynn Harrell joined the cello section of the orchestra when he was eighteen and became principal cellist. Only two years later heroin on to perform as a soloist with major orchestras around the world. He also was known as a beloved chamber musician and teacher. He won two grammys for recordings with violinist. It's hot perelman and pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy when Terry Gross Interviewed Lynn. Harrell in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. They started with the first movement of Shostakovich's first Cello Concerto.
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"Was ninety. Two Jerry Stiller had success as an actor on stage and screen. Then saw a career resurgence in comedy playing George Castanza's father on Seinfeld. He also played devine's husband in the John Waters. Film hairspray. Back in the ED Sullivan era. He was known as half of the Comedy Team. Stiller in MIRA with his wife and mirror their act played off what an improbable couple they made. He was short schlumpy Jewish. She was tall attractive Irish. Let's hear a sample from alive routine. That came out on a record in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. I Love Your Mary. Elizabeth Doyle I love you Hershey. She marry me. Yeah I will. I will never work. What do you mean impossible? Of course it'll work my father's a Jewish bego bike your father's an Irish cop. What tiffany me? What difference it's like hot PASTRAMI ON ON WHITE BREAD? It doesn't matter it doesn't matter love each other. It's a world of. Hey look hey she. It'll work out. The families will go crazy for each other crazy. That's what they'll do on your mother. I'll I'll hugger kiss kisser. Say Mrs Horowitz Terrific. I hear you make the Best Michigan a bowl super bowl full again and I'll say gee you know where we're going you're going to go to Israel on our honeymoon. We're GONNA live on a couple of not father. Mr Look at this why. You're not losing a son. You're gaining schick. No aware agreeing time. I'll say top of the Irish insurance a great day for the Jewish genres. The Irish. We're not gonNA follow like me for son-in-law Pilots H. O. Ara wishes honeymoon. Blind East along installed sweep Jerry Stiller and MIRA from their days as a comedy team Terry Gross Talk to Jerry Stiller in nineteen ninety-three about his work with his wife and MIRA becoming an actor and about his surprising success on Seinfeld. They started with a clip from Seinfeld in this episode. George landed a job as a model a hand model. And he's home with his parents pampering his hands. Jason Alexander Plays George Costanza and still Harrison Jerry Stiller portray his parents. I know I always knew you have beautiful hand. I used to tell people. Frank did nice to talk about his hand. Held Jevon mentioned his hands to the plenty of people never mentioned it to me memory board. I always talk about your hands. How they're so soft and Milky White. You never said Milky White join some Jello. Why did you put the bananas in there? Is this constant bickering. Stress is very damaging to the epidermis. When you play George's father do you think of yourself as playing your own father? Yeah in a way I. It's all of the things that my father wanted me to do When I was When I was just starting out as a as a teenager when I told him I wanted to be an active front since there was a kind of a a power that went over his face in shock because there was no understanding of what I was talking about and that immediately Put me in another position in terms of the way they looked at me and they wanted me to go to work for instance. That was something. I was really onerous to me. Why should I go to work? I wanted to be an actor. And George is very much the idealist. Whatever his loves and his thinking is It's contra active to his parents and my father said why don't you be a stagehand? That's like being on the stage. At least you'll be working every night and maybe it was easier for your father. Understand the work of a stagehand than the work of an actor and my father was in New York City bus driver. He was Five foot three. He was probably the shortest bus driver. And all of New York City He was Jewish which was not what most drivers work and HE had to put a. Ah Queens telephone book under his seat so he could see the road to do that when I started to drive so anyway a driving a bus and so so the working aspect of life was very close to him in other words. If you put in your ten twelve hours a day that meant you you were worthy of something I of course looked at you. Know my God. How could anybody WANNA do a thing like that for the rest of my life now In the movie the pickle which was directed by Paul Mazursky about a a theater direct a film director played by Danny Yellow. You play Denia yellows agent and it was fun to see you as an agent wondering if you could share with us any great agent stories from Your Life. Well there were times when we were starting out in the business You used to make the rounds you see and Rows meant not only seeing agents but also seeing producers and there was one thing that I always dealt with. Somebody sent me. How do you deal with rejection? I said the way I dealt with rejection very simply was. I kept knocking on every door that I could no matter what happens and I always thought that if I got to see Lee Shubert I would I would be able to get through and Make my marcus business so believe it or not. I got to the office. I knocked on the door and the other receptionist Mitzi high-cost still remember her. I said I'd like to see Mr. She said WHO? Shall I say is calling? I said Jerry Stiller. And I knew that Lee Shubert had come from Syracuse because I'd gone to Syracuse University and the Shubert brothers were from Syracuse. She said just a minute. She hit the intercom. She said Mr still to see Mr Lee. Send them right in. I walked in. I said Mr. Show but he said yes. I said I'm Jerry Stiller. He said yes. I said I'm from Syracuse. He said yes. I understand you and your brothers came from Syracuse. He said yes he said. What are you doing right now? I said nothing he says. When you're doing something will you let me know? I said yes and I walked out of the officer. I couldn't get over the fact that I made it these business so I was never afraid to knock on doors to people ought to another. That is what what will the other thing about the business and getting into see people there were there were agents who were very nice There was an agent named building. Do you want to go on like this? Let me just ask you about The the Schubert's story so when you got out of the office and this is like your big brush with with Mr Schubert did you yourself. We'll wait maybe I should have lied. Maybe I should of like puff mess off up a little bit more taking advantage of the fact that I was in the office with him. The man was so direct. You couldn't lie to him. He's looking right at your eye. And first of all he was very small and his head just came up over the edge of the desk and you felt like it was a canon being shot at you. He would he tell a liar and five seconds. I couldn't go any further than that. So it back to my regular job which was Serving hot dogs at Knicks ours. Juice and this is the quintessential New York job right if people don't need X. which I guess many people just national chain now. Isn't it It used to be a big chain. Anita was Located in the Yankee Stadium It was located in Grand Central. I worked a lot of Knicks and the reason I work needed was at nine o'clock at night. I could get on the on the job work till six in the morning. Get a couple of hours sleep than knock on the doors and Make the rounds. They call it. It seems to me entered a new phase of your career When John Waters cast you as Devine's husband in the movie hairspray well. I had no idea that I would be playing upset divine As as as her husband will be turnblad and with Ricky Lake But somebody called and said You want to be in the John Waters Movies and I had never seen a John Waters movie. But I heard about John Waters and They said well. This is going to be a movie in which you know you could just be who you are. I says well all right I took a wild shot and I went down and so there I was getting it to make up during the first day shooting. They're sitting next to me was was a divine and the first thing he said to me while he was putting on his makeup he had His dress on he was had no wig. He looked at me said house. An said she's fine and few minutes later we were on a set shooting and I was We'll turn for for any listen don't know divine. Divine was an approximately three hundred pound man who always played women or usually played women in John Waters Movies and I'm wondering playing in John. Waters Film changed the way people thought of you. I don't think you've done too much acting before that. And it was such a fun spirited movie and everybody in your family in that film Ricky Lake and divine and yourself. We're really a very very very offbeat people you just fell in love with all the characters and it is nice. People are always shocked when people say I didn't know you did. He did movies or anything like that because I had been doing it. But it's true what happens is when you get into something that suddenly catches the public's fancy and if if you're lucky enough to be in a hit And you don't know it's going to be something changes you recognized on the street like when I went to see hairspray at the lowes eighty third street in New York. I walked into the lobby and The manager said you don't have to pay well. Isn't that the thing that we all wanted? When we were kids. Who Work in the movies for nothing? Then I went to go into the film house itself girl with the hotdogs gave me a free.
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"Working until I got behind the eight ball can I use that phone it keeps ringing somebody's from here two one one one one of them the body what do you you take this ties back to the drive in on the edge of town manifesto phone check on Harrell starts off like city knows we're here wringing the neck ties will come in the alley from behind the wheel of a good one I will be free to find out those guys who hired me so come on give the police a chance to find a buddy of George Valentine hello yes Mister Valentine I told him your name is Nielsen is that you sent for me to yes yes of course I don't know look like a ghost like you're scared what a one would be what's that what do you because I want a cigarette C. mobile now all I want is a little talk Mr Nielsen what do you want us to victory and I'm at a wall of mayor no all of our names well sure of course is the letter you wrote V. th our Hey I'm beginning to get this yes I have a matter of fact on victory you have to be a police car once they were fast in this town a patrolman as reported the Motorola joint Valentine okay said I'll explain if you well I have nothing to cluster I use your phone property the police here in the city I know you never see my face they can identify my voice along yeah what's your point across and I found out that your crazy absolutely crazy one Darling I tried to contact those people in Salt Lake but I can't I mean I got the company all right but nothing about Herald star they've never even heard of it nobody by that name has ever sold neckties don't you see what you've done wait while it George the man who was killed with a phony you can't be somebody that doesn't exist all right I believe I agree your Valentine and you realize how fast they're gonna work Nielsen I told you what ms Brooks said the body was a plan of some kind of thing gets deeper every minute and you haven't even started your investigation of the man is I'm after is calling the shots in advance and you claimed only three of you knew about yes yes I understand you would think if one of us right it doesn't make much difference if I do help you know now what I mean by that with the Valentine I'm not a collie man but I'll admit when you knock on the door sure you were scared to death what's that got to nine I don't think you realize just how far behind that eight ball you are that same patrolling upon the body also saw a man and woman throw away a briefcase in an alley you and ms Brooks there was identification with the necktie at the door just now I got you with the man every policeman and Tom is looking all star he doesn't exist just say his description is your and you know who you are never mind I get it I dug my own grave did nine yeah I killed George Valentine well this should prove something but nothing's impossible who else you know can bump themselves often have to tell you how it felt I think you're just wasting his talents in summer spring this boy should be in Washington thank you this little story of so in case you haven't don't have what I have to say confusion because it will it seems that a group calling themselves the Seneca figures the politicians in the town of summer springs as fall guys for then Afaria stage well the mayor said how much does not look kindly on this plot as he figures that he's committed enough crimes already to go around so what does he do he writes George phone time and what does he do he bumped himself which is getting out of it the easy way which the man does not light and tells him so well well in time but once it seems the police wasted no time discovering a mistake that George Valentine was not killed my size and you mean they re identify that body I found Clarence press up and coming account his name's been mixed up in this thing already the making a tremendous amount of money in the past few years just possible our big shot is already dead why would this man this account and have the identification Herald stark on book children will put it there we'll put him there in my hotel and I was the main Valentine you get to work now you're off the hook you know it's not your body I look I'm in trouble because it wasn't kept secret that you three were hiring me is that right there you go again we're on it stupid yes but honest none of us are mixed up in any marketing okay seven but even if the big shot isn't one of you you know in a way on June what well maybe I'm wanted by the police but the killer was strong voice knows about me he also that knows about you yeah lock your doors tonight sh you're not car stop take it easy it's only ms Brooks I'll see you later George sometimes I think your the eight angel he's on the big shot worry is a lot more than us on me while I'm gone and here was a drug store and like on your purse yeah why don't you go straight to the mayor himself seemed a little more time to work you're gonna give us the mayor's got his own ideas I've got mine but if I don't work fast a lot of people want to get hurt this 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"harrell" Discussed on PRI's The World
"In a blaze of publicity this morning the south koreans paraded the woman they claimed was the korean agent kim kyung he apparently told intelligence officers she'd flown up the south korean airliner to disrupt the olympic games at first kim young he had tried to keep up the pretends that she was japanese but after days of interrogation finally she broke harrell huddle though the when a confessed i did so reluctantly i thought my family in north korea would be in danger it was a big decision to confess that though but i began to realize it would be the right thing to do for the victims for them to be able to understand the truth in ninety nine south korean court sentenced north korean agent kim yeonghi to death but she was later pardoned she's since married a south korean intelligence officer with whom she has two children some might say she got off lightly considering what she did but she says she's still carries a heavy burden of guilt and was brainwashed by the north korean communist regime who wrong clinton me there is no other country late north korea people outside can't understand the whole country is set up to show loyalty to the kim foil family it's like a religion people are so indoctrinated there are no human rights no freedoms no when i look back and makes me feel sad current county said why did i have to be borne in north korea monks it'll.