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"henning" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:57 min | Last month

"henning" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Four keith. Whiteman presidential wealth in now and keith. Well we're headed for a trend second day in the market after three big as down and could end the week on an up note It's as simple as that this morning. The dow is up one hundred and sixty six thirty four thousand one eighty seven and a half percent the snp up thirty one. Three quarters of a percent at forty one forty four and the nasdaq one hundred. Fifty two About a pursue over well over a percent thirteen thousand to seventy six stocks leading the way upward this morning tesla twitter. Facebook apple amazon. Netflix bet All again up this morning. Disney is down after reporting weaker than expected earnings and streaming subscribers the streaming subscribers probably the more important of those two ten year treasury yield in one point six three. That's good west. Texas intermediate crude oil sixty four fifty. Six it Let's see what do i this get it out of the way. A new batch of fourteen hundred dollar stimulus taxes gone out to people who were do additional money. After the irs processed there twenty twenty tax returns the batch includes nine hundred sixty thousand payments totaling. One point eight billion five. Hundred thousand of them are direct deposit to your checking account and we'll end on this one it turns out that colonial pipeline and gail. You talked about this a lot this morning. All fascinating points colonial pipeline paid five million dollars in ransom to the hackers just hours. After they shut down the pipelines computer system forcing it to shut down fifty five hundred miles of pipeline disrupting a supplies of gasoline and jet fuel and stays from new jersey to texas and this after they initially said no ain't no way we're paying the ransom after they already had after bingo after they already had well act- just probably was a miscommunication. I wonder if the person who said that had didn't have a clue but here's the question that we push forward. It was paid within hours at the after the attack and it was paid in bitcoin. Seventy five bitcoins. Five million dollars now. Crypto currency. here's a question. Moving forward has crypto currency. Made criminal activity like ransomware easier to get away with of course if that had been paid in cash for example it he five years could go by and those bills are spent they nothing with them for twenty five years. Bills are spent bam there. They got them not with crypto currency. It's untraceable and it. Does that big some kind of government intervention well and that's why it is the currency of choice for cybercriminals everywhere. Exactly exactly bitcoin this morning. Fifty thousand to sixty five does clean on a role as well. Yeah because tweeted sunday some about making it. Easier transactions easier for criminals to it. Those we are talking the entire spectrum of criminal activity drugs human trafficking. Yes shutting down pipelines and infrastructure. So right i mean that's a question that we that needs to be addressed one way or another in the future..

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"henning" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

02:23 min | Last month

"henning" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Wasn't that was before i met him. He was just after that. Her daughter doesn't like midsummer. What you've actually kind of grown up in the business as you know as a young actress. What's that what's that like. And can you understand especially with the pressures of what it comes with like with some of the young actresses right now who are kind of having their issues right now. I graduated from college in two thousand and Started singing and getting roles luckily Right then and i was. I looked young. I was going up against real sixteen and seventeen year olds. And oh my god it is i am. I'm so glad to be over that hurdle. 'cause that age group of through like twenty five i think is just. It's rough. i mean you've gotta do you work really hard to keep your head on straight and good family and not let everything go to your your head. Good or bad. I mean really emphasized. I'm really glad i'm out of that. I'm glad down You know the thing about being a mother already. it's just. It instantly puts things in perspective. Your daughter seems to agree like well. I think you should have more perspective to play with me. They'll be plenty of it. That's cool but yeah well. Yesterday was ally. It certainly sounds interesting. And and there's no small parts only small actors. That's what they say. So you're you're also james's good luck charm so so it's like you know you had to put you in there because you've been in everything else honor. I don't know if you have any time to do any of the film festival circuit based on you know your schedule all Maybe something if it comes because somewhere you know really great. I'll be like i need to go. Well he really wanted to thank you for taking the time. I really appreciate it and the baby crying. It's okay it's okay. it's what they do. It sounds like she's healthy. So that's a good thing you know. That's the main thing. Good luck with the with the little girl. She sounds great special. Thanks to chase masterson. This is tony tomato. Thanks so much for listening. Hi this is christopher leonard and i'm the composer on the series supernatural and you're listening to sci-fi talk. Can you hear a lot about a lot more about our show and a lot more about the all things i..

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"henning" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:08 min | Last month

"henning" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"That. When it comes out it's certainly it's something that's piqued my interest and it sounds like your babies interested to see your four lines now of course Looking at your background you know. You've were part of a series that's part of history but certainly oh boy she's really getting expecting okay. But you're part of history in seven playing meredith boy. But so i mean that's certainly helped to launch a lot of young actors careers and jessica biel obviously came from great right. Now she is What memories do you have working on that show Well you know. I kind of came into it a little bit later in their run. I did I guess they were on from eleven seasons or seven seasons. And i did about eight and nine and You know. I have to say i was a little reluctant because i'm a little bit too baby. I was a little too a pc for me. I felt like it. I like i like a little bit more edgy material. you Honestly it could not have been a better working environment. i mean. Those people have their feet planted firmly on the ground. Nobody has let any of it. You know go to their heads. It's a wonderful wonderful work environment. It was it was a great job. You know i mean. I liked going to work every day just like it was very calm. It was like the only time. I've worked on anything in la. That didn't feel like. I was working on something for hollywood at all very neighborhood. Like about it for sci fi fans. of course there's two inside joke. Is that stephen collins. In the first star trek movie and catherine hicks in the fourth star trek movie so her movie was was more successful than this. But but that's like the inside joke. I can probably bed money. They didn't even bring it up while you worked with them or even said a word about it. you know. actually. I've thought stephen i like stevens sosa lot. Geez fantastic. And i've talked to him about almost everything really. I mean not. Almost everything resumes it. You know stuff So he actually didn't that we did you say what was did he say anything interesting about it or a good time and that was one of the things that he had enjoyed working on. And you certainly have worked on a lot of different shows. Doing a guest starring roles. What's that like when you come in to do a guest starring on a series and you're walking into all these different families thank. It's always just initially kind of intimidating. I don't know if that ever really work because just because you know you're you're walking into a family of people they know other really well and you don't know anybody and You want to be on par with what they're doing and But you know. I've found every time just every i've been embraced so well they just i think they like it. I think the crew likes it. 'cause it's their only you know it's what you know. Mixes it up for them. Every it's the new actors that come in every week or every episode and you know have something new to offer and it's You know. I don't know the guest star. Work has been really good that for me. What what would you say is Outside of seventy seven. What would you say is your favorite guest starring role style. Well i had a wonderful time. When i worked on the practice tough. Actually that was a good good meaty role and That was great. I did a show. It wasn't a guest star was very short lived. It was by the david kelly who created practice. He had a show on a few years back that we did a pilot for and we did several episodes on. Cbs but it got cancelled before that would be the brotherhood of polling new hampshire. Yes that that has to be my all time favorite. tv experienced. That was awesome and sad. That didn't get a better chance on the air. Maybe kelly heat rights and pretty quirky stuff is one of those kind of shows it was. It was extremely quirky and offbeat. And tv's so competitive hit a big huge numbers in the first two weeks. They'll just start you out. No they don't give a chance to grow anymore. It's it's crazy. So i we got to work on it much longer than was on the air. You know we for six or so months and it was just oh god. At the time of my life it was awesome. Wow and what was your experience working on the movie the lost. What was that like for you. That is one of the most of and the loss is been. It's not really a horror movie per se. It's embraced by the genre but It's just it's very dark darkens listed. And that's about to come out now anchor bay just bought it. It was hard. It was it's brutal. It's a real brutal story. And every character goes through some kind of brutal something on faring degrees god that was very intense and I'm really proud of it. It was a role that. I've been the kind of role that i've been dying to play for a long long time. Wise but innocent you know on new get sucked into a really dirty rotten horrible situation. Well essentially it's like this nineteen year old boy that actually decides to kill these two girls. L. god's very very dark back amend seeing this. I would appeal even to the sci-fi or something It's yeah he he. He committed a terrible crime Just totally brutal. Kills two girls. And he's nineteen and then They can never prove that he did it. So about four years. Go by and it's sort of tracks this spiral of him kind of going out of control. Again wow it gets really. I mean honestly. It's really rough. Wow yeah and actually For those keeping track. And the six degrees of kevin bacon Sweepstakes be worked with in the film alice. Her son who was in the big picture with kevin bacon. So you makes you a number two. You're only two degrees away from kevin. So it's funny is. Is there anything that you know besides motherhood that you're looking to do as far as career wise Well you know. Like i said i just had a baby i think i. I can't imagine a life without acting. It's just something. I've sort of done forever. And i think it's great 'cause you get to keep evolving with it and I'm ready to get on the bandwagon. I mean you know. I wanna be a great mom and i think. I'll be a little more selective. I don't think i'll be able to want to participate in the boot camp. That is auditioning for everything and anything. I think it'll have to be a little bit more selective of a process and But you know. I wanna do it. Would you consider a series. Yes i would okay. It's a great. This is such a great job. I mean ideally. That's not where. I wanna be in in the long run. I like projects like plays like movies. I like things we really just seize your teeth into. And they're they're over in your onto the next thing But it's a wonderful job. I think especially as a parent. You really have to consider that now what you said you work with james in theater. What what kind of projects that you work with james. We did some modern in classic james style. We did some modern crazy at patients of some shakespeare stuff. We did A great a great detail of the secrets. Actually this is a long long. It was a long poem. Venus and adonis and then just more unknown works called carter neil and it was just crazy and sci-fi as As this movie is. I mean he's got such a great knack for this stuff. He's a genius when it comes to the second thing. Were you involved in midsummer at all. The i.

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"henning" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:00 min | Last month

"henning" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Our coverage of yesterday was alive with an interview with megan henning. Megan has an extensive guest starring resume appearing on series. Veronica mars e. r. joan of arcadia crossing jordan nypd blue and judging amy and additionally she's appeared in the movie lost had also was a regular on seventh heaven though. We're here to talk about her role in yesterday was alive and we'll get to megan in just a moment. What has two hundred and fifty thousand albums. Eighty thousand artists and three million songs. That's rhapsody could legally download music burned to a cd and create playlists. Now you can try it for free. For fourteen days just go to sci-fi talk dot com and click on the rhapsody link to sign up for your fourteen day trial rhapsody of very interesting service. Now let's go to my conversation with megan henning make it's nice to talk to you. This movie has has made very curious. shot in its phil nor style and black and white. You play a student in this particular film exactly. Where does your character fit into the whole picture. Yesterday was a lie. you know. it's a little small part that i just felt really lucky to have. I think you know the whole thing is. It's a big mystery. I think these this is you know she comes in and she's trying to figure out what exactly is happening. And i don't think my kids are necessarily really helped her to that at off. I think it just adds a lot of mission. She's trying to prevent Kipling's character from figuring anything how. She's very protective. She dumped into like a science classroom. I'm really protective of the of the information. That's on hands. They're just very very suspicious of what's happening at a little more insult to injury trying to get away of her figuring anything out so they actually shot this in a classroom set somewhere an actual classroom. We did we did. We shot it over at a school in la vermont. A little bit south. Let's be this was the science classroom and and just next door where we were all dressing And getting stuff done with a pretty hard core science classroom with lots of dead animals and brains and things and that was fun. It's good it's good. How many days were you actually for a day. I have worked with james In the past several times in theater he asked. If i'd be willing to do a cameo in the movie and i read it and thought of course you're willing to do it and Just very curious about the style. And i think that i think that seems just such a good way with this kind of material so i was just a really gracious to be And it was fun. It was a real real fun day. I mean we. I i went there and we were supposed to start early afternoon and there was some some issues so something's got moved around and i was there. I guess until we didn't really start shooting like almost two in the morning. Oh yeah it was interesting so we just you know crapton waited and did this crazy Senior science lab was awesome. Now was this. Does this to take place during the day or evening or i think it takes place. Most of this movie takes place in the in the so Yeah i mean. I think it's even it's after hours. It's not like a you know. These are just some students hanging around that our assistant professor basically and She comes in to try to try to figure out some system information and these students are guarding basically with their with their lives not letting her have any access to any of the materials in this lab. So yeah to darken very spooky. Are you students of a professor. Who's played by john. Newton in the phil no okay. Yeah no we're we're students of You know this isn't such a long time. I have to be completely honest. i haven't even been able to see it yet. I'm chomping at the bet to see the final product. And i don't even remember everybody's name remember the actress parts but I wish i could have gotten it. After i i saw it. I'm just wait eagerly. Waiting at this had a baby so things sounds like it. That's great congratulations. That's a wonderful thing to you. Know in life so baby. Yeah being a parent. That's a hard job but it's very worthwhile. Let my brain cells are coming out in my breast milk. 'cause i can't remember any that's fine but But yeah we're all looking forward to seeing it and now there is shot in black and white so Did you have to wear any weird color combinations to try to avoid you know why not look totally west out You know you have to be a special person and the lightest right for for that. But no i didn't. I think i think they really just stuck addressing the characters the way the characters would be dressed. You know Just avoiding you know little things that would interfere with with lighting but You know we didn't have too much so we'll get to be sort of true to true to south. And i were a little skirt all shirt and backpack and would you say your dress contemporary or a a certain time period. Yeah because i know they kind of mix and match time periods and movie That was something that was really interesting about it. You know it's just It's sort of timeless thing. And i would say it's contemporary but yeah no i was contemporary. I mean jean. Skirts pre contemporary. Yeah yeah hose. It like to To work with kipling. That's great. I mean she was really feel like she. Just you know she just had that character down I'm lucky 'cause i kinda came into well. I mean lucky. You know for me to come into it. You know when they had a lot under their belt already so she was extremely comfortable. and and Just knew exactly what she was doing and You know you get to a place into a group when you're making a movie and she was certainly into that groove and so it's a thrill really she was tackling it and you know i always easier to act with somebody who knows what they're doing to jamie's have everything pretty much have a good idea of what he was doing. As far as the scene and blocked one of the most meticulous. I have ever met or had the push you're working with. No he is extremely specific to a t exactly what he wants exactly what he needs to get And you know. He doesn't settle for anything less than that Which is great. I mean you feel like you know you know he might be hamry into the ground but you know that he's not gonna let anything fly. It's anything less than the best stuff. You're in good hands pretty interesting stuff. So far we'll have more with megan heading in just a minute. Here's more sifi talk with tony. Tomato did you have to stand a certain way. Just so they can get the right angles. So the plaques looks really. I mean you know. We hit hit marks and lighting is always very very important and making but in black and white. You know it was all that much more specific so Yeah we You know you gotta be whereas you know your market or you're just just as much to the left you know. It doesn't work anymore. Yeah i hear you well. It sounds interesting and look forward to seeing.

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"henning" Discussed on The Glossy Podcast

The Glossy Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"henning" Discussed on The Glossy Podcast

"I sit down with shana henning. Chief product officer at f- leda. According to gaps latest earnings athletic topped one billion dollars in sales in twenty twenty and it has plans to open twenty to thirty stores this year. I wanted to ask jan out all about what's driving the brands a great momentum including what it takes to in shoppers in the increasingly competitive active wear market. Welcome janna jill. How are you nice to be here so glad you're here. What are your you've had while we those are some great numbers. Oh yeah you know. I mean this year. Twenty twenty twenty nine hundred twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty was quite a blockbuster year for us. You know it was a roller coaster. And i think we've all had to learn and adapt a really in ever changing world around us atlanta credit our success this year. We're really focused on listening to our teams and listening customer. You know we really put them at the center of everything we do. So i think that that that's been good for business. I know you've made some changes Last year in terms of sizing. Which i want to get into as well but some other adjustments but what would you say prior to twenty twenty prior to march of two thousand twenty. Where were you that. Maybe you were primed for success. Maybe you were in a good place. you had stability. you had profitability. Whatever you wanna say what. Why were you in a good place going in. I mean. I think the the athletic business did come from a very strong place going into co ed and i think a big part of it is our overall product mix and our brand values they really resonate with the who our customer is kind of. What's happening in the zeitgeist right

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Chief product officer Jana Henning on Athletas rapid retail expansion

The Glossy Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Chief product officer Jana Henning on Athletas rapid retail expansion

"I sit down with shana henning. Chief product officer at f- leda. According to gaps latest earnings athletic topped one billion dollars in sales in twenty twenty and it has plans to open twenty to thirty stores this year. I wanted to ask jan out all about what's driving the brands a great momentum including what it takes to in shoppers in the increasingly competitive active wear market. Welcome janna jill. How are you nice to be here so glad you're here. What are your you've had while we those are some great numbers. Oh yeah you know. I mean this year. Twenty twenty twenty nine hundred twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty was quite a blockbuster year for us. You know it was a roller coaster. And i think we've all had to learn and adapt a really in ever changing world around us atlanta credit our success this year. We're really focused on listening to our teams and listening customer. You know we really put them at the center of everything we do. So i think that that that's been good for business. I know you've made some changes Last year in terms of sizing. Which i want to get into as well but some other adjustments but what would you say prior to twenty twenty prior to march of two thousand twenty. Where were you that. Maybe you were primed for success. Maybe you were in a good place. you had stability. you had profitability. Whatever you wanna say what. Why were you in a good place going in. I mean. I think the the athletic business did come from a very strong place going into co ed and i think a big part of it is our overall product mix and our brand values they really resonate with the who our customer is kind of. What's happening in the zeitgeist right

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Social media censorship in Egypt targets women on TikTok

The Takeaway

06:27 min | 9 months ago

Social media censorship in Egypt targets women on TikTok

"Has its sights on tick talk. It's cracking down on users arresting and charging a group of women with a range of tic tac enabled crimes from harming family values to inciting prostitution. Reporter Jod reporter Dad, Kaleel has our story. At least nine women have been arrested for their tic tac videos. But if you look through their accounts, it's hard to see why. And focus most ofit here. There's Henning has, um, talking about the story of Venus and Adonis and Adela doing what social Media influencers do Giveaway iPhones life living room doing, But mostly the accounts of the Egyptian women who's been arrested and jailed are full of dancing to Arabic pop songs in that tic tac style feet, planted emoting with your eyebrows and gesticulating. What they're doing is basically what everyone as 1000 social media, just singing and dancing and Andi thing and nothing as if you would dance. In Egyptian wedding. For example, some of Husaini is with the International Service for Human Rights based in Geneva, Switzerland. She says. What distinguishes this group of Egyptians is that they're from working class or middle class backgrounds and that their women or girls, you have social media influencers who come for a teeth, backgrounds or upper middle class or rich classes and injured who would post the same type of content. But would not be targeted because that is sort of permitted within their social class. But why these women are working class women they and they have stepped out of what is permitted for them because they were dancing and singing on tech talk. They were charged under a cyber crime law passed in 2018 Yes, Mean Omar, A researcher at the top here Institute for Middle East Policy in Washington, says that the law is vague when it comes to defining what's legal. And what isn't. It was written using very broad terms that could be very widely interpreted and criminalizing a lot of acts that are Originally considered as personal freedom. Looking at it. You would see that anything you might post on social media. Anything that you may use, the Internet could be criminalized under this very wide umbrella. Egypt cybercrime laws, part of a larger effort by the government to increase surveillance of online activities as Tic TAC became more popular during the pandemic. Prosecutors started looking there too, says Omar. The state is simply arresting whoever says anything that criticizes its policy its laws. It's practices, even if it's just joking. It's not even allowed. But this isn't just about political dissent. Yes, mean Omar points. In the case of mental Abdel Aziz, a 17 year old. One day men made a live video on Facebook. She had her face awfully bruised, and she was stating that she was raped. And she was asking for help. The police asked me to come in. When she did, Omar says they looked at her tech talk account and decided she was inciting debauchery and harming family values in Egypt. Over the summer, There was a series of rape and sexual assault accusations by Egyptian women. They got a lot of attention. One case was against a group of well connected men. Women in Egypt were shocked but not surprised by what they were seeing online, says someone who's Amy in Egypt. Sexual violence on violence in this woman is systematic is part ofthe daily life off of women and to be sexually harass women are often discouraged from reporting sexual harassment in Egypt. So when prosecutors started investigating the accused in that high profile case, it looked like a real progress. The state run National Council for Women even encourage victims and witnesses to come forward. Oh, yes mean, Omar says it did not go well. Somehow, the prosecution decided to a charge the witnesses once again. Egyptian authorities looked at women's social media accounts and then investigated the women for promoting homosexuality, drug use, inciting debauchery and publishing false news. Omar says one of the witnesses who was arrested is an American citizen. All these information were used against them and then pro state media how let's wait in. Husseini says that when they profile the women in the TIC tac case, the message was clear. You have the Egyptian me they're basically, you know, really sensational headlines, Putting the photos off the women Not not not blurred using, you know, focus that have sex it Ian, for example, while using their names, publishing the investigations that are supposed to be confidential. Social media has played an important role in Egyptian politics. In 2011 crowds toppled the regime of military dictator Hosni Mubarak. That uprising was in part organized online with Twitter and Facebook. In 2018, the former Army general and current President, Abdel Fattah el Sisi swore he would maintain stability in Egypt must You said whatever happened in 2011 is never going to happen again. Samir Shehadeh of the University of Oklahoma, says Egypt's military backed regime is wary of the implications of anything posted online, even if its just dancing I think there has been heightened paranoia as a result of hysteria, in fact, by subsequent regimes, particularly the current regime, the Sisi regime About the possible political consequences of social media. And there's a tremendous amount of policing a Facebook and other types of social media and now tic tac. Although this is not apparently an overtly political, I think that they certainly have those kinds of concerns in the back of their mind as well. Of the nine women, Four have been convicted and three have appeals in October. Menon Abdelaziz, the 17 year old, who called for help online was just released from detainment Wednesday and is being dismissed with no charges. For the world. I'm Jagga Khalil.

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"henning" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"henning" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"Because you know they are they very fantasy life, but I kind of just mangled bask, and had fun with it and This is a good time. They're awesome, and also the world building in this is so cool league right now. I'm learning about the war Lord I think just said his name League the warlord King was in. Yeah, I think. that. Yeah well, we're learning is what that character's name is. which is you know actually just something that appears a lot in fantasy. It's not really creating eventually, but yeah, but then all the kings have different Danes and. That you know and I'm Ron daise father. He Kingston. DOA has a female general on Colo Colo is about same. Really Actually, and although it. Shaped my pain in my head There's sort of this. no-man's-land and called the torrent, which a lot of the place in, and it's based off of Atacama Desert. Until he went that up. That's actually. When they shoot movies that are supposed to be sent on Mars where they go, it's like a it's a red earth kind of place with mountains analyst like cool, and it's A. It's a perfect for fantasy, so I did a lot of like. in a storyboarding trying to figure out my world because I, do tend to set things. in a place that feels like I said historical and feel down to earth and don't think you can visit their i. You know that's just how I like to set things up and so I like to actually find places that match. What happened my head? Yeah I like I, said before I just feel like there's has been a lot of like world building. That went into this. Can you talk more about the process of that like? You said, coming up with the names and everything like that, but like when I was reading. I don't see I am not of drinking age. Very much under that and so I, don't know if the wine actually existed that they drink thrown at. This is cool. They come up with like L. Alcohol. Oh, I don't it actually is real bath cider hard cider. and I've never had it because I actually don't.

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"henning" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"henning" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"We'll be talking with Leo Henning later on this hour about the assertion made by so called Republican name Steve Schmidt you can look him up he's a Republican strategist who works for one of the non fox cable networks and he comes out and regularly trashes Donald Trump and he made an assertion that to me is John dropping and I know that most people in this country certainly people on the left feel this way and that FDR got on a white horse and but a nice white hat and wrote in and save this country from the defects of something known as capitalism it is B. S. on stilts yet most Americans released a large number of Americans believe that the server what I learned when I was in high school until I studied economics I realized it was far from that and W. he and is one of the experts to study the Great Depression and the policies of FDR so we'll be talking with him about what Mr Smith said about how FDR saved his words not mine saved the economy a John Heilemann is co author of a book called game change that's the book that quote senator Barack Obama is referring to his job Joe Biden his running mate I am saying and I'm quoting from the book how many more times it's Joe Biden going to say something stupid end of quote John Heilemann is the one who confirmed that it was not Donald Trump who started the so called birthers suggestion that Obama was not born here but it was a Hillary campaign specifically an aide to her name Sidney Blumenthal who went in the McClatchy newspapers and told them that Obama was not from here that he was from Africa and he was apparently persuasive enough that the McClatchy a newspaper later on said we put somebody on to track the story down we found that it was nothing to it we didn't publish it but the Asher I think he was an editor publicly stated that it was Hillary's campaign aide said Blumenthal who came to him yet I would imagine if you pull the average trump hater that ninety percent of them will say it was trump who started the so called birthers suggestion that Obama was not born here when in fact was a holy crap campaign that they did not give you know the reason I tell you what did you know it's true when Hillary became secretary of state she wanted to bring him along as a top aide in the Obama camp so hated him because of the rumors that he started other they refused and that's why Hillary headed him as an informal aid but not on the payroll does not officially on the payroll anyway John Hyman is the co author of the book called game change and here's what he said about Donald trump's response to the corona virus I don't I don't think it's actually an overstatement to say that Donald Trump has there are tens of thousands of people will die in the country perhaps some of them already died more are still going to die because of Donald trump's incompetence and lack of leadership and she will try to argue his way out of that and he will try and argue his way out of that you know his polling numbers are now declining about his response to the corona virus I. N. their declining because of the constant constant constant pounding to get on CNN on MSNBC are on ABC on CBS on NBC on your local big newspaper whether it's The Boston Globe The Washington Post or The New York Times the Chicago Tribune or the Houston Chronicle or any of the net major newspapers and in San Francisco or the of the LA times it doesn't matter it just pound and pound and pound anything like this is nineteen sixteen Sauchie was caught flat footed I play you what he said as recently as the third week of January we got this I'm gonna I'm gonna watch it but you don't know do you know we we we we got this and now Donald Trump is incompetent it's stunning and when trump closed travel to China I have My Baby brother Terry and thinkers an article from a website called statnews dot com it is run by the Boston globe so it's left wing well I should say that you can go on one of the website a bunch of websites and evaluate whether a website is left wing R. or central or it is routinely referred to as as a fair and balanced okay but here's the headline is January thirty one twenty twenty health experts I pause while you marinate over the word expert health experts warn China travel ban will hinder corona virus response said that the reason he was doing it is because of pressure from conservative lawmakers and far right supporters what public health experts however warned that the move could do more harm than good in the quote.

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"henning" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"henning" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"This is what book cooked you. I'm Broccoli and thanks for listening On this no episode. I talked to henning whose newest book throw like. A girl is out on January seventh There is also the author of the sea witch duality. So we're talking about what it's like to go from fantasy writing into contemporary her background in journalism and some of the books that have inspired her so listen so so Sarah what book hooked you. I love this question because you know there's always books religious. Stand out in your mind and the answer. I always get when people are like what series of you know. I not read that you want that. You think everyone should read and I always talk about. Robert McCain's Matthew Corbett series uh-huh and the first book is called speaks tonight bird and I think they're four or five of them now and they are like. I felt very hard for these books because they are sort of everything that I try to do as a writer. There really good historical fiction. They're funny they're really smart. Like the pros is beautiful. speaks the night bird is set in sixteen. Ninety nine in the Carolinas has stood the witch trial and it sort of launches says these books about Matthew Corbett who is this Kiki gangly orphaned. Who is really smart and sort of morphs into this lake? Pre Pre Revolutionary War James Bond but eased or he and and just like really lovable. I just love The exquisite writing and how thrilling funny it is like in one of his later books he actually has a little bowl in China shop. And it's all very tongue-in-cheek antique because these are characters in seventeen hundred and they have no idea what that means. And so I always come back to the series and Think they started publishing the early two thousands and they're not really well known they're not even Waie but After I think Matthew Corbett's character might be twenty in the first book so he's still trying to find his way in adulthood and I just I love them to death and I'm not familiar with. This is the first time people are not Robert Mechanic. Hanna is actually a really kind of famous writer in the southeast from Birmingham and he wrote a book called the boys life which is completely different than these books. He's also written horror books He wrote one contemporary the five about a rock band like he's kind of all over the place because he can be And I just I don't know what is about these books. I love them so much and I've read his other books that like they don't Hook me in the same way trying to think I think The boy's life I think that one I may have read because that sounds familiar so this is a book that are a series that you it sounds like read a little more recently but if we kind of back up even a little bit further have books always sort of been a major part of your life. Oh yes let. Ah Yeah like. I was the kid that would before he could write. I would draw pictures and then staple them together and create a book you know And My aunt writes Children's nonfiction and so. I was always like really enamored with the fact they had an offer in the and I always wanted to be an author but then When when I was in junior high kinda realized that maybe like I might want to work? Go to work every day and get paid all the time and like on a frequent basis which writers not because my aunt was very lake. You know just like it was about how publishing works and so I ended up Kind of veering into journalism. Because because I I really just wanted to tell stories and and so I was never an ambulance chaser. I was interested in rain feature stories in just reading. Those human human interest type stories. That aren't breaking news but are really interesting and and from there. I actually moved into sports writing because I thank you know. All of the really great stories are in sports right like you already have built in stakes. You have the villain you have you know the big climactic acted game and So I think I was always drawn to that kind of structure story. That's already built in because it kind of filled My need for for more narrative longer fiction but I could never really escape the fact that I wanted to write fiction so You know I wrote some books growing up as a kid I wrote lake basically kind of like version of lost meets Lord of the flies when I was eleven. I sent it off to Penguin. Got a nice reply like thank thank you so much but now and then You know got busy in college. I was a double major in journalism. The Spanish and after college I started writing again books. I was reading newspapers at night and so during the day I would right and that's sort of where I picked it back up but then I got married. Had One kid is now eleven and took some time off. When he was a toddler? I started back up again so I had all these lake stops and starts but I always always knew what I wanted to do when you ended up sort of getting back in writing whether that's short during arena shortly after college or even once you were a parent what did you think you would be reading. What was the first thing you were kind of going to stop that? So I started in. I actually got my agent based on adult crime fiction so my the book that actually got me my agent was called destiny and it was about chefs in south Florida. who were being murdered in their own? Kitchens with their own implements and like really disgusting the same ways And it was funny because I really thought that was it. I was GONNA make it on this. I really like reading gene Crime Fiction I you know I read all of the Jack reacher books in order like n even growing up by red I volunteered a librarian and librarians Introduced me to the Lilian Jackson. Browne series about the cat who XYZ like there's a whole bunch of so. I read a lot of mystery growing up lake both cozy and then As I got older thrillers. And that's what I really want right. Actually read a book when I was Working a newspaper in South Florida cold trouble by Jesse Kellerman so he's the son of Jonathan Kellerman and that was a book that really we like. Just turn my idea of writing on its head because it is a thriller. D- Thurs like thing is very unreliable narrator and in very twisty and terrifying and flips sorta like the expected on its head and it was so smart and I was just just like oh my gosh these are things you can do you like. It was very eye opening that book and so I really did. Cut My teeth writing crime in fiction and honestly like it kind of is bled over into my way writing because I have one book where I haven't murdered someone and I'm a really nice person but apparently fictionally I really like killing people. How did that turn? Then take if you were kind kind of seen as a crime fiction writer. No you're writing and publishing. And why was the turning point. They're they're the turn was. I had my second child. I I only have two kids and my daughter is now five. She just turned five and I was at home on maternity. Leave at night By just Heterosex- In for my second book but that we went out on sub with our mission for a crime fiction and I was I was his editors loved it but then the marketing people and I work in marketing during my day job. So get this but they. They didn't know what to do with me Because I kinda road the line between women's fiction and Crime fiction in but not in the same way of like a Gillian. Flynn so So it was kind of disheartening at home and I had twelve weeks and I was like I gotta write. Read a book while I'm here with my daughter likes sitting on my lap But I was Kinda like I cannot kill anyone right now. I can't do the same thing that I've done over and over and over again And I had looked at revisins and stuff and I just couldn't do it so Actually during that maternity leave I started both sea witch and throw like a girl that comes out in January so it was sort of just like this. I was almost afraid to talk to my agent about it. Because she didn't didn't sign me for this. You know like I didn't I wasn't sure what to expect. She didn't have any fantasy people on her role. And you know I was certainly going left field from where it had been but it felt right and you know I feel like for writing. You know you should do it for you. Like there's going to be the market forever lake. You know when you're at home and you are sitting on a couch because there's a little baby sleeping and you just have your phone. You just get out and right you know. What makes you happy Craig? Well it's I want to jump into talking about throw like a girl and then I'm going to back to a few things you said so throw like a girl is. Your newest release comes out on January seven. So let's start by giving me the synopsis of what the books about so thoroughly girl is about a down inspire softball player who is recruited to be the not so backup quarterback on her ex boyfriend's football team So very different front from my fantasy C.. which ensued addressing but actually kind of more true to my background because as I mentioned earlier at I was in for strolls on for a long time and I really liked the idea of taking women and girls and putting them in male dominated spaces uses and then having them be successful so You know for my sports background. I covered a lot of football in Kansas Pennsylvania in south Florida and. I thought that it'd be really fun to throw a girl. into basically most male dominated sport possible in the naked kind of Sopian MPN funds. So it's a romantic comedy. Romantic sports comedy. I guess it's interesting. So as you as you referred to it your first. Your debut was C. C. which it's more of science fiction Mermaid inspired story very much different than obviously throw like a girl which is contemporary very romance was it became our started kind of working on them flesh in the mount at the same time. Yeah was it almost like because it sounds like they're two very different. Books was almost like a a left brain right brain thing where they each have a different approach. It's that you were kind of scratching..

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Trump admin intends to announce withdrawal of about 4,000 troops from Afghanistan

First Light

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Trump admin intends to announce withdrawal of about 4,000 troops from Afghanistan

"The trump administration is signaling that they're planning to drop down the number of US troops in Afghanistan by as many as four thousand and that's about a third of all US troops currently in Afghanistan seven Henning tells us this comes amid a diplomatic push to renew peace talks with the Taliban the trump administration is signaling that they're planning to draw down the number of US troops in Afghanistan buys many as four thousand about a third of all US troops currently in that country chairman of the joint chiefs of staff army general mark Melly says even with a draw down the troops that will remain we'll have the same focus they have had since the war on terror began our military strategy in Afghanistan is to continue to deny Afghanistan is a safe haven for terrorist attacks in the homeland and that has been our objective since October seventh two thousand one the monetary cost of the war in Afghanistan has been high since two thousand one the United States has spent nearly one hundred thirty three billion dollars on the reconstruction of Afghanistan a figure that is a fraction of the estimated two trillion the U. S. military operations of cost overall creating an agreement has been a long process according to Qatari foreign minister Mohammed bin Abdur Rahman al Thani we believe that we are very close to a deal between the US on part of on there were some actions unfortunately that undermines this process and we hope that we can overcome these challenges and we can get into arguments but the central government in Kabul remains in a precarious position the Taliban have staged a dramatic comeback strengthening their control over most of the country's districts Afghan government forces are bearing the brunt of heavy fighting as for the Taliban they call the proposed U. S. troop withdrawal a good step but they also want all U. S. troops out of Afghanistan a concern for both the US and its allies that it could allow for Taliban resurgence

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"henning" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"henning" Discussed on KCRW

"Over scheme to bribe top United auto workers officials and Gerry Jones you a W. president resigned abruptly yesterday under pressure from the union's executive board Michigan radios Tracy Selten reports let's start with that lawsuit here's how Eric boarding with the university of Michigan Ross school of business describes it is unprecedented beginning in two thousand nine three fiat Chrysler executives now in federal prison bribed UAW officials the aim as one of them put it to make union leaders fat dumb and happy in return for favorable contracts the union's bargaining is supposed to result in roughly similar labor costs for all three Detroit automakers GM says the bribes resulted in unique concessions for fiat Chrysler like they got to employ more lower paid workers meritless says fiat Chrysler GM claims billions of dollars in damages again Eric Gordon road how angry GM is over what it thinks is unfair treatment which is it's true is highly illegal Gordon says while the misconduct has already been proved the hard part for GM is getting a jury to believe that that misconduct also resulted in the sweet heart deal for FCA now about the resignation federal investigators looking into the bribery scheme uncovered what they believe to be new and different kinds of corruption in the union an FBI raid of the home of then you a W. president Kerry Jones found quote winds of cash in his garage and evidence of possible misuse of union funds to date Jones hasn't been charged with any crimes the UAW executive board says Jones turned in false misleading and inaccurate expense records Peter Henning is with Wayne state your these law school he says he can't blame union members if they feel betrayed if I'm a a U. A. W. union member I have to ask whether back in twenty fifteen or two thousand nine whether we got sold out all of this is happening at an awkward time for the union and fiat Chrysler there in the middle of negotiations for a new contract for NPR.

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Some states forgo Columbus Day for Indigenous Peoples' Day

Casual Times

10:23 min | 1 year ago

Some states forgo Columbus Day for Indigenous Peoples' Day

"Christopher Columbus arrived in the Bahamas five hundred twenty seven years ago this week unleashing a brutal genocide that killed tens of millions of native people across the hemisphere well cities and states across the United States are acknowledging this devastating history by rejecting the federal holiday of Columbus day and celebrating indigenous peoples day instead to honor centuries of indigenous resistance Alaska Maine Minnesota New Mexico North Carolina South Dakota Vermont in Wisconsin of all officially recognized indigenous peoples day so more than a hundred thirty cities and counties from Los Angeles San Francisco and Dallas to smaller places like living sting Kentucky and Harpers ferry West Virginia last week Washington DC became one of the latest to recognize the holiday Washington DC the district of Columbia takes its name from Columbus in a statement before the vote DC council member at large David Grosso said quote Columbus day was officially designated as a federal holiday in nineteen thirty seven despite the fact Columbus did not discover North America despite the fact millions of people were already living in North America upon his arrival in the Americas and despite the fact the Columbus never set foot on the shores of the current United States Columbus and slave colonized mutilated a MasterCard thousands of indigenous people in the Americas he set the movement to replace Columbus day gain momentum in nineteen ninety two the five hundredth anniversary of Columbus's arrival when Berkeley California became the first city to make the change earlier protests inspired the movement including the annual national day of mourning and Plymouth Massachusetts held on thanksgiving to challenge the myth of peaceful coexistence between native people in the English settlers the programs well today native American communities are celebrating indigenous people stay across the country with sunrise ceremonies at New York city's Randall's island to California's Alcatraz island the former prison and site at the historic native American occupation in protest against US treatment of indigenous people fifteen years ago well for more we go to Iago we Henning oaks she is snipe clan Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee confederacy and executive director of the American Indian community house here in New York City we welcome you to democracy now it's great to have you with us on can you talk about the significance of this day we're here in New York there is a statue to Christopher Columbus in Columbus circle and it is not one of those cities that is recognizing indigenous peoples day well this day indigenous peoples day is it's indigenous peoples day every day for for me and my community you know we have to fight colonization and and try to maintain our identity every single day because it's been stripped away from us Terrel efforts and I guess just what what we've been through and what's been taken from us from Columbus and his crusade at the American Indian community house one of my goals is to to sort of reclaim space our culture and and find a place and presence within society today so for us it's it's not just a day to celebrate Austin's a date to remind everybody else to to take responsibility and step up and recent things like the doctrine of discovery you wrote about the native American population in New York and the New York Daily News articles what New York city's indigenous people deserve you explain that among cities New York has the largest population of indigenous peoples can you explain the diversity of this population well from what we know at the community house we represent up to seventy three different tribal nations in New York City and based on the census there's a hundred and eighteen thousand native Americans in New York City overall the entire native population in the US seventy percent of the natives of the native population are urban natives and New York City being the largest population of all of all urban natives so for us to be here and to not have a permanent space or on a native center or on any sort of equity and Justy raced out of society and culture it's it's it's a tough time for us right now right now it's like we're fighting every single day with the system and we're not heard of you know but days like this indigenous peoples day as a reminder to everybody else that we're still here can you explain what the matter how to fund is all of the matter how to find is great so that was a few people on what what we call settlers using a language if you visit the site at Manhattan fund dot org they approach the community house and worked with a few of our board members and try to figure out a way that they could contribute to the native American community in New York City and together with all their good minds they came up with this find ominous a sort of campaign where you can donate you could donate five dollars ten dollars or a larger amount on you can do this online you could make a pledge which would be every single month sort of like the Bernie campaign he knowing twenty four dollars a month that one initial investment or it can carry on through the whole year it's that's what it is you speak we are going to run a slide show that was taken yesterday at Randall's island and if you can talk about the ceremonies that are taking place right now as we speak there is sunrise ceremony in both at Randall's island and also Alcatraz across the country fifty and this is the period fifty years ago of uprising well this is a big here fifty years their fifty year anniversary for Alcatraz is the fifty year anniversary for the American Indian community house with all their ceremonies we celebrate life we celebrate what creation has given to us we celebrate on the waters the earth the moon the stars the sky's the animals all things that we depend on a need and co exist with equally on an Alcatraz from what I know they are they are taken canoes and they're going to the visit the island and they're having their ceremony there in unison with the ceremonies that are happening here also the doctrine of discovery if you could explain what that is last year representatives of indigenous groups in the US and Canada went to the Vatican to request or contraction of the doctrine of discovery explain well that was that's the beginning of it all in fourteen ninety three that's when the doctrine of discovery was was created hope Alexander the sex of all yeah yeah and what that does is that gives the minion for white men or for Christians over non Christians rather indigenous people us if you're not Christian if you're not Christian people you're not considered humans or there's nobody there occupying that land or own can we basically can't have title to land if for indigenous and non Christian and that's all I'm always been the root cause of all of this right now colonization that's the number one tool finally the American Indian community house that you are the head of its also the fiftieth anniversary yeah explain its origins and what you're doing well fifty years ago on they're basically doing battle in the same fight where we are today we're trying to reclaim our culture were trying to maintain our presence and trying to exercise exercise our strength and authority for the future and trying to regain title also and one of those ways is down for me one of the directions I want to focus on is bring attention to the doctrine of discovery well throughout the past fifty years it's been a little bit of a struggle there was some support and now there's none fifty years later on the community house is in a place where we have little to no funding ninety seven percent of our of our own funding was taken from us in two thousand seventeen by by the federal government sold so here we are today which coincides exactly with the time that indigenous people around the country have been leading the struggle against extractive industries and yeah are in the forefront of the battle for around the climate crisis yeah yeah were a threat the moment things like the doctrine of discovery I rescinded fat challenges all title of land in a story well I want to thank you so much for being with us Iago a hand that folks is snipe clan the Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee confederacy executive director of the American Indian community house in

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Hurricane Dorian weakens slightly as it moves toward U.S.

Glenn Beck

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Dorian weakens slightly as it moves toward U.S.

"As millions of people fleeing from hurricane Dorian knows hurricane hunters flying directly into it together data for forecasters flight director Richard Henning talking a fox and friends he says there's some good news storm has weakened. really. a major hurricane is. hours. in the five mile per hour winds. right now the storm is projected to start moving parallel to the southeastern coast of the U. S. and head from Florida up through the Carolinas over the course

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Escaped Tennessee inmate captured

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Escaped Tennessee inmate captured

"Escaped inmate accused of murder didn't get far before he was captured W. G. O. W.'s Louis Louis has the story wanted prison escapee Curtis ray Watson is back in custody after being spotted on surveillance video on a porch in Henning Tennessee the very town in which the person is located it's believed that Watson killed a prison administrator after escaping a work detail on a tractor Watson will now face additional charges of first degree murder aggravated burglary and aggravated sexual

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"henning" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"henning" Discussed on KCRW

"Laura Henning. The park spokeswoman has come along with us. She takes this one it as far as the National Park Service were concerned about everything that impacts endangered species. So that's part of our job. But what about climate change in particular? Yeah. I mean, I think we're concerned about it. I mean, we do what we can Kristen hired a scientists to study how climate change is hurting the turtles. But she gets squirrelly every time. I raise the subject, I remind her that when we talked on the phone a few weeks earlier, she said the park service's message to the public on climate change and sea level rise is changing I ask how it's different not really different. Kristen looks to Laura. So I ask her what's the message from Washington about what story you can tell about climate change. And how is that different? From what it was before women gotten any different direction. The park service is still kind of staying the course as far as what scientists telling us. Later when I'm with Kristen in her office. I press her again before when we were talking on the phone. You had said that there was new direction on how to explain climate change. And your colleagues said there wasn't any new direction. And I'm just trying to understand is there a new direction not really a new direction each administration is different. So there's different focuses and different pushes. Our big focus right now is on providing more opportunity for people to enjoy the park. And what was the focus in the last administration? It was focused on climate change research. So I wanted to show you the laugh I opened my laptop reveal.

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"henning" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"henning" Discussed on WJR 760

"Sitting in for frac-. Here's M L L. Rick. We started this summer telling Lynn Henning, how jealous we were that he got to go down to Florida to watch the Tigers at this point in the summer. I have to say to Lynn, you have my sympathy having to watch the Tigers Lynn huge baseball fan. But I gotta tell you that the Tigers are way way way down on my priority list because they just seem to have done very little to get me excited this summer. My my missing something. No, they're kind of of well, I could tell you mouse, not just you. I'm on my way, FD landscape right now to write football out of Michigan state this afternoon. So it's not just you we've turned season and not soon enough for people who like you have gotten a little fatigued here. What was inevitable which was going to be a season that pretty much was forgettable, and it has been outside of the. The fact they surprised early outside of the facts and kits at least been interesting, whether it's Nico good room or the new Rodriguez or whatever the case may be here. Dow lugo. Yeah. Some people like that make things a little more flavorful when you get young blood involved. But otherwise no this season. Has been a bit of a cadaver, and it was going to be that way all along. Well, I think a lot of us had some hope that Ron Gardenhire was going to make them more competitive, but we've gone from Gardenhire to garbage fire. And I'm wondering if we're better off than we had thought if we're worse off than we had thought or if we're right about where everyone who knew what they were talking about specially insiders, like my guest Lynn Henning of the Detroit News if this is where we expected to be at this point in the season. They're better than expected because I m L they would win fifty five games. They've won fifty five ready. And so that's something that frankly surprised me it did for two reasons we discussed this earlier, they got better starting pitching early and through the year with Mike fires and guys like that then with anticipated and they did get just enough of a boost from guys like good room and. In a few. Well, Leona smart team before he was traded. And of course, people say, well, why are you trade those where you trade them because this was as good as you were going to get with those guys if you can spend them off or prospects that become part of the brickwork of your rebuild. Now, you're doing things sensibly imprudently. And that's why I think there rebuild is smart. It's not going to happen as fast as people wanted to. They're going to become extremely impatient. Next year. And that doesn't bode well for a manager for a front office. But there's no way that you can exceleron this process. And for that reason again, I think everybody has to remember what this year was destined to be. And now what it is. And not be terribly surprised Linda you surprised that Michael Fulmer is still on the roster. No, no, no, he's excellent. Because you only thing is hanging up as Ben is on the injury site. Now granted if there've been a couple of bad clunkers here and there, but. That that happened to a guy named early and early in his career to and even later, so be very careful there. But no what you saw former throw yesterday was former ask right walked a couple of guys. But other than the leadoff pitched was hit for the home run. He shot him out until we took the line drive off the leg. Michael Fulmer is a tremendous asset is going to be there opening day pitcher next year. Well, that that's that's exactly what I meant though Lynn is is he is a tremendous asset, which also could be considered a tremendous bargaining chip a trade. You're absolutely right. I see what you mean in that respect them out. They didn't have the trademark it for him. If midseason because he was coming off that oblique injuring K, and he had wobbled a couple of times early. But there is no question in the minds of scouts or front offices across baseball that Michael Fulmer. Is a top of the rotation pitcher. And I think next spring assuming he's healthy. You'll see him pitch with great consistency. And become that blue chip trade piece that you're alluding to hear because really m L that's their best hope for getting a couple of hitters plugged into this rebuild that they desperately need. They're not gonna be able to do it strictly through the draft free agency is really not the answer. So you begin to assemble complementary parts rather than core parts. And so that Fulmer trade is much as people wanna see it has got to happen to deliver the kind of payload that they got last year, for instance for Lander, and that's the potential that Michael Fulmer yet offers them onto trademark probably through the middle of next year. Okay. We're talking to Lynn Henning superlative sports writer for the Detroit News. He's been covering the Tigers on his way to east Lansing..

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Hurricane Lane Pounds Big Island with Flooding Rains; Roads Closed, Warnings Extended

Happy Handyman

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Hurricane Lane Pounds Big Island with Flooding Rains; Roads Closed, Warnings Extended

"Hawaii's bracing for more flooding as former hurricane lane moves closer to Honolulu. Lane now a tropical storm, but authorities are prepared for flooding, landslides and other hazards. As it moves closer to the shoreline it's already pounded the big island with heavy rain severe flood And powerful winds. Forecasters say tropical storm lane makes its nearest approach to land this weekend bringing severe weather, to Maui into, woo who authorities warned the longer the storm lingers the more likely it will cause flooding and mudslides Hawaii governor David Ige warns travelers do expect congestion. At airports over the weekend from the backlog of canceled. Flights

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Twitter CEO to testify before House panel on September 5

The Car Pro Show

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Twitter CEO to testify before House panel on September 5

"House Republicans wanna talk to the CEO of Twitter about their concerns that social media companies are biased against conservatives the house energy. And commerce committee has scheduled Jack Dorsey to testify September fifth panel chair Greg Walden. Of Oregon says he's looking forward to learning more about the company's. Content judgment calls Twitter recently froze the account of info wars frontman Alex Jones Dorsey said earlier this week there's a left leaning bias at. The company

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"henning" Discussed on IoT inc

IoT inc

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"henning" Discussed on IoT inc

"So when you say regulatory, I think you kind of it's not so much the the policy or the legal. It's just making sure that companies do think about this to put it into these contracts that kind of your thinking. Right, right. This is exactly what where we are at the moment. So for the b. two b. context we, the assessment is exactly as you say. We can actually assume that once companies come together, they will have a deal on that they will have a contract on that, but it's really something you can give to them to find bilateral agreement on that. So there at the moment, we don't see that we need overall policy new regulatory activities, but still it's something to be monitored in the market if that is really going to be the case also in the future way of things developing. So this is something we still need to look at. And this is then really is the b. two b. relation. But then again, you know what we need to look at is, will we have. Specific clusters monopole 's developing. Some actors become that big and that powerful that actually other the free market is disturbed in its way of functioning. So then those questions could potentially. Come up again. Right, right, right. No, no, I can see there could be a market distortion. If if some players are, are that big then maybe a need to. Yeah, yeah. Well, let's shift in the industry for zero. Henning, why don't you give us a little bit of background on yourself and your experience in.

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"henning" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"henning" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"On Boston Herald. Radio we have been talking, local news we had Suffolk. District, attorney Greg Henning talking to us sorry district attorney, candidate that is very important part there although I'm sure he would be only two thrilled for me to just leave it as the first the first way put a if you thought that was enough legal jargon slipping in. Our, conversation before handing came on he yeah some more we we, were having trouble with exculpatory. This dude throw it through in inculpate. Ori throw it. Through in inculpate Ori oh my goodness I didn't even hear. The story about it could. Be exculpatory it could be income law I don't even know if that's a. Real word of he's. Making it up it sounded right though, it does x. in in about Tori, we're? Going to do all the prepositions right put, Tori between, Tori Sup- repetory I believe Relevant. All over the place. Three hundred sixty degrees. A lot of stuff It's up it's down. Yes, so at any rate we're also very excited to be speaking with actually we're gonna, be, talking to congressman Stephen Lynch in. In just a few minutes like yeah in just a minute or so he's, going to be chatting with us about this hearing that he had. Yesterday and this is really a broad concern. Really among so many congressmen I think it's. A, concern? Among men to I, don't think it's just the, broads really oh really. Is it abroad concern So.

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"henning" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"henning" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Under the oversight of a state appointed emergency manager that's who approved switching the city's water source to the flint river in two thousand fourteen to save the city money and that could make all the difference the government may well have a get out of jail free card peter henning is with wayne state university law school and says governments can claim immunity from being sued unless the courts are convinced that what they did violated the constitution everybody knows what happened in flint was wrong the question is was there a knowing reckless violation of the constitutional rights of the citizens of flint and that's a higher hurdle in that's where the case may well founder it's michael pitts job to see that the case doesn't founder pit is one of the attorneys representing some flint residents while he thinks his clients will prevail in the courts eventually he says the city and state shouldn't be making people in flint jump over these high legal hurdles they could just do the right thing and settle the case pitts says more than four years after lead got into the city's water flint residents are still suffering i was in the home of one of our clients last week and she pointed to the faucet which had built around it she said long as i live i will never trust the water coming out of that job flint switched back to buying water from detroit's water system in two thousand fifteen experts say flint's water is now safe to drink but.

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"henning" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"henning" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Well he has been building up inside burundi oh thank you sir absolutely she one kayla cuevas laura no henning no the new no in.

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"henning" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"henning" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"The the level and calibre of star that leary henning was in the awa and tackle a little bit about him because i again the way the panel discussion was conducted we just sort of went right into it with our questions and stories in there wasn't a real formula to it i think it's good to have somebody who knows his career as well as anybody allaire the acts talk about him and then we'll go from there and also talk about the rise and a journey that curt hunting was on but start with layer the axe and talk about what he meant it awa in his role i i will learn from this to i know there's career but i'm gonna learn here and you talk about if you're also it it's really interesting weighed what people talk about the history of the awa they'll mention foreign ganja of course of mad dog was shot him to crusher but i think from a longevity standpoint and certainly the impact that he had on the awa larry headache throughout history is as important as anybody and i don't think that larry gifts the credit that he really deserves probably because most of most of the time you associate larry headache is to take the wrestler what's harley race for the larry got into the business i you know i'm sure of george shire was around he would correct me out and gets but probably 19th sixty one 1963 who was my earliest recollections of uh larry is a professional and you know get broke in under von ganja under vernes tutelage is so many other stars did over the years uh came them that's babyfaced wrestler.

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"henning" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"henning" Discussed on Super Station 101

"They have how often are they comfortable with well the first of all they're never even aware that it's that might try ever i've never seen your body aware that it was that much bow we knew that we were in the market but we had no idea you know this was what we could experience and the other thing is is now they're not comfortable at all because the other side of that we also shall if you just keep stand on this path if you just stay with your current approach here's the day run out of money coming loud boom what you're doing spending what you're standing giving we get corrections like here i mean let's say this most people have a strategy where they've got no ex amount of stocks x amount of bonds and they've been told their whole lives you just hang in there the markets comeback it always does in we're talking about longevity so w we've wandered a little bit but but but i want to remind folks what we're talking about were talking about the population ageing and living longer in the longer you live the more what you're going to have to have you got to have money henning you've got to harryscom uribe yellow suffice stain yourself and so one of the things that we do is we actually go through a financial fact checking in we look at different periods of the market and we say here's what would happen and if you were pulling out four or five percent of your portfolio during this ten or fifteen year period and some of those periods people would be do wonderfully in some of those periods they would go broke mmhmm so if that's the only thing we're doing just hang in there hope for the best the markets will come back it always does here's the thing that i wanna make sure that our listeners a very clear on the markets historically have always come back and as long as you're not pulling money out your portfolio will come back to but once you start pulling a decent percentage of money out of your portfolio if we go through a decade like the two thousands you're going to run out of money and here's the scary thing tad don't you think i see people now while the markets been up the past several years.

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