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"And we have to act. We have to act. Now. We might remember that a cove in 19 relief package passed in December. But Biden says that wasn't enough of a covert 19 package that passed in December was the first step As I said at the time is just a down payment. We need more action when we need to move Fast. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will send the article of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate next week, and so now Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says that the trial will start of Trump will start shortly after that. Here's Biden spokeswoman Jen's pus. AKI Senate members of both parties can Welcome to gum at the same time and can move forward with the business of the American people. And here is the Democratic leader in the Senate, Chuck Schumer. Make no mistake. A trial will be held in the United States Senate and there will be a vote whether to convict the president. But the Senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell, who still has not closed the door on the idea of voting to convict Trump. Believes that the Democrats are rushing things here from patient began when unprecedented, like fast and minimal process over in the House. Sequel cannot be an insufficient Senate process that denies former President trump his due process or damages the Senate or the presidency itself. Meanwhile, a man kicked off a flight from D C was recognized as one of the capital rioters. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter Ski Two days after the January 6th insurrection, John Lola's headed home from Washington aboard a Delta flight from Reagan National Airport. He was kicked off that plane for continuously shouting Trump 2020, a police officer of the year. Port recognized low lows from social media video that allegedly showed him exiting the capital. Court records said. Lola's was wearing the same shirt at the airport that he wore in the video. The officer alerted Capitol police who arrested Lobos at the gate. He's charged with unlawful entry and disorderly conduct. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New York, We've been talking to you all week about the horrific problem of Carjackings in Chicago, at least four more Carjackings last night. One victim was beaten with a pipe on the west side of Chicago. So what is being done to tackle this problem? Let's get that story from Nick Gail, the City Council's Public safety committee, holding a meeting this morning virtually where the focus was the huge increase in Carjackings, most of them committed by teens. Eighth Ward Alderman Michele Hera, We need to re create the laws. And that takes every layer of government working together to get this done. More than 120. Carjackings have been committed since the beginning of this year. CPD chief of detectives Brendan Dina hand departments and 40 officers and four supervisors. Focus on Carjackings. But focusing on staffing really misses the larger point in the effort to curb Carjackings. Some of the old man we're talking today we're building coalitions that include law enforcement. Prosecutors, youth intervention and the community members to address this problem Drivers being advised to be aware of their surroundings and sure they're not distracted by their phone and remember to lock the car door. Nick Gale 8 90 wls New. Meanwhile, we remember the December killing of retired firefighter Dewayne Williams shot to death by carjackers when he stopped at a popcorn shop. 117th and Western in Morgan Park. Now police have taken the fourth and final suspect into custody 19 year old jail in Salisbury Was extradited from Pennsylvania, where he was arrested earlier this month on a separate warrant. They took him into custody earlier this week at O'Hare. He was truly one of the legends of baseball. Hammerin Hank Aaron has died. A lot of us who are old enough will never forget what happened on April 8th 1974 when Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruths all time home run record,.
Janet Lansbury's Daughters Weigh In on Respectful Parenting
"That hera charlotte madeline hi. I'm charlotte i'm twenty eight years old. I'm madeline and i'm twenty four years old. We have a younger brother but he couldn't be here today. Arman gave us some questions that people ask on facebook will get to some of them and use that as sort of a guide to our conversation but overall we will be discussing. Our experiences being raised by. Ri- parents i guess here. We go when if ever did you become aware of differences between the way you were parented compared to your friends or peers. Did you have any thoughts on these differences at the time. What's something you noticed. Your parents did differently than others. That you're thankful for or didn't mike. While i think definitely was aware in a school setting as far as being able to choose activities that we wanted to do. We were never made to do anything. I i think. That's pretty fundamental to the philosophy but we were never made take piano lesson. Everything was totally organically. Had to be our idea and we did take piano and sometimes our ideal was to take piano lessons and it would be for three weeks and then we'd be over it. Read enough to take them anymore. I think actually maybe there was a moment of try to persevere a little bit but for the most part we were allowed to do whatever hobbies we wanted to. And so i think madeline was interested in mad science to dig mount zion. Yeah i feel like. We got to explore a lot of different interests which helped us gain a ton of new experiences. Even if none of those ended up carrying. I still now. If i'm doing the crossword. I know some of the music answers because i took music either in school and a little bit out of school and i learned certain things that add to my knowledge of the world but at the time i was like i don't wanna do this anymore and i just sort of through that way but i still gain stuff from it and at my own pace. Yeah i have friends. Now who say pretty confidently that looking back. They wish that their parents would have forced them to do the violin or some sport because now they would be really good at it. I strongly feel totally the opposite. It's much more important to me than my parents raised me. In a way that fostered the sense of we trust you to choose your activities and pursue the day to day basis. Yeah passion of the day. Well yeah yeah. I feel like i'm one of those people who says that sometimes kind of jokingly but like if i actually think back in valuate do i wish that i magically had some skill. Yeah but that totally discounts. All of the time. That i would have had to spend doing something i didn't wanna do instead of being able to explore stuff that i did want to do But something that we've talked about recently. Is that when you're a kid. You don't really know how other kids are parented. You know you can go to a kids house and they have different foods. They have different toys and stuff like that. But you don't see the differences in the parenting until you're older and you can talk to them about like. Oh what were your parents like when you were younger. Whatever is in your household you consider normal for a long time. I mean i don't know that much about how the brain develops but there's got to be a critical period for like when you start comparing yourself to others. It seems like middle school. I remember in middle school. All of a sudden everything was like. I was self conscious in a bunch of different ways that i wasn't before then including like what was at my house and what other tatton stuff but that point which is arguably the more important part in terms of the philosophy that our parents us before that point. It's not something that you notice every day. You don't see other kids with their parents enough to understand what's going on in their household and you don't care if you go for a play date you think of it more as like oh catherine's brand is to have a bunch of cheese it s- there or they always have this particular game but like you don't feel that you're less than because you don't have that in your own house. Yeah so. I don't think you have to worry about your kids comparing themselves to other people in like preschool. Like no no child. Is that aware
Greek Mythology Sites
"East and the other one towards the west. They flew around the world and they both met above the site of delfi when zeus all where they met he said. Okay this is the center of the earth so he took these giant stone and throw it there and from that point they say that the naval of the world was created and that was the site of delfi. Now there was an oracle there. Yes so how did that. How did the gods speak to the people at delfi. The story says that the people at that time which is around eight of years before the birth of christ they started seeing their goats going up on the cliffs and then hoping very happy very enthusiastic so the goat started hopping after visiting delfi yup and they followed them and they realized that they were inhaling. This vapes so vapor is coming out of the world out of the earth like a crack in the ground. There's a crack in the ground. And the ideology of managed to discover with geologists the managed to discover rox with signs of specific chemical contents of fumes. That will come okay so they realized that there was something magical. Competent back then signs was not as developed as it is now that they believe that this was a divine sign so everybody is believing. The gods are speaking to the people through a crack in the earth in delfi up in the mountains north west of athens and then how did the people who were in power capitalize on that to take advantage of that delfi became the most important placing the ancient world. Everybody all the kingdoms they would go there in order to find out. They should go to war if they should do. Big public works whatever. They had to decide if they felt. It was a very important decision. They would go there and nas the oracle for advice. So it's going into this mysterious temple and you've got priestesses and robes and crazy things and they really think this is the the oz on earth there would be these young girls that were inside special rooms underneath the temple of apollo and they would inhale vapes and starts talking in a way that no one would understand so they had priest that would decipher. We got to decipher as he wanted to today as a tourist. What do we see in delfi. Philippos see the ruins of the temple of apollo was the treasurer of the athenians. Which is building that the erected in order to commemorate because they took a lot of money. I suppose what's on the to the horse. Yeah so every city stayed with covid tone treasury the athenian you walk up to the temples and the theater and race course and so on and you pass all these temples that were treasuries collecting all that money. it's a fascinating place to check out one of the best sites from ancient greece. This is travel with rick. Steves with johanna wanna costa and phillips kind of cars. We're talking about greek mythology from the travelers point of view. You wanna if you're taking groups around whereas one site that you like to take groups where you really want to understand the greek mythology behind it. There are so many. It's all over the country wherever you were wherever you see mountains plans. Everything has a mess behind it. But there's a part of the peloponnese peninsula which is really unknown to the people come into the country. The heart of the peloponnese. The area called acadia very rich mythology over there. And one of my favorite stories is the story of where the name came from. So there was zeus. Who was a playboy. He was always in love with many women. Herro was his god. His wife hera okiro once fell in love with a beautiful girl. Her name was callisto and She got pregnant and hero found out and she really got mad. So zeus change their woman. Kelly stole to bear an animal and she was wandering around the mountains. The beautiful forest server. Katya she before that i should add. She had a baby and the baby grew up. His name was cass. He became a very good hunter growing into the forest and one day there was a bear right across from where he was so he took out his bow and arrow he was ready to hit the bear. The zoo so what is going to happen was horrible so he immediately changed the boy to a little bear as well
Atlanta - Three dead after shooting in Gwinnett County, police say
"Scene Saturday afternoon in Lawrenceville and a quiet coldness AC three men shot dead at a home on Sweetwater Court. Gwinnett County police Corporal Michelle five, Hera tells Channel two action news officers found a wounded man in the street and two dead men. The house. We don't know if this is gang related drug related or domestic related, and we don't have a good description of the suspect, Corporal Parr Harris says the wounded man died in hospital. Police have no motive and neighbors around edge because they say the neighborhood is usually very quiet.
California Votes To Keep Criminal Justice Changes
"Was a good day for criminal justice reformers. In California statewide voters resoundingly defeated a ballot measure that would have rolled back some reforms. And voted to give people on parole the right to vote in the Bay Area. Six police Accountability measures enjoyed strong support, and San Francisco's former district attorney, George Gascon, appears to be winning in his challenge to the more conservative sitting Los Angeles D A. But voters did reject an attempt to end money bail. Here to sort out what All this means is cake politics correspondent Marissa Lagos. Marissa, You have been covering criminal justice reform efforts in California for over a decade now, were you surprised by these results? You know, I wasn't surprised Hera. But I do think that it is a huge win for the reform side of things. I mean, we've heard for years ever since some of these changes started coming through both legislatively and at the ballot box. A lot of pushback from law enforcement and other folks who saw them is going to far and I think that voters weighing in s O decisively on both proposition 20 rejecting some of these rollbacks of reforms and also on some of these police oversight measures really does show a shift an opinion. I spoke to Kate Chatfield, she's policy director at the Justice Collaborative, which is a national pro reform group. She knows that proposition. 20 wasn't even close. Even though law enforcement worked really hard to make the case to voters standing is all the usual cards in the deck. You know the Willie Horton playbook, crime is increasing the fear based mailers in the voter saw through them. And Kate, of course, is referring to that. 1988 Presidential Willie Horton ad The really helped Republicans win and I think that you know, while the No 1 20 side spend a lot more money than the outside, and I think some folks see that is, you know, money talks. I do think that Given how much we've heard talked about these issues that voters it seems like they knew what they were weighing in on and just didn't want, Teo turn the tide back the other direction. Yeah, you know, proposition 25 that was aimed at Indian cash. Bail was pretty suddenly defeated. What happened there? Yeah, This is a really interesting one. I mean, I think there's a couple things happening. One is that you didn't have the same coalition on the left really backing this reform. There's a schism with a lot of people kind of on the more progressive wing of The Democratic Party. The bail industry also spent a lot of money on this, and I think that the combination of them targeting folks in places like Riverside County and more conservative counties with some of the doubt that was cast by progressives probably was the reason they were able to build this coalition against prop 25. But it does feel like if you look at the kind of universe of all these that that is a bit of an outlier. It was a very complicated questions, so that may have been part of it. So do you think these results could actually encourage state lawmakers to go even further in the future? I do. Although I don't expect to see any dramatic huge reforms come out of the Legislature. I think we'll see what we've seen in years past, which is piecemeal attempts to kind of dismantle some of the harsher sentencing laws. I do think from the outside that we're going to see more pressure from advocacy groups to push the Legislature further. It's worth noting that just before the election The Sisters of Polly class who was one of the crime victims who has really helped spur the three strikes movement in California, came out to say that they want to see reforms and that they are unhappy with the way three strikes when the way their sister's name was used. So lawmakers may not go as far as voters, but they're going to get some pressure. Well, thanks
Legal advocates line up on both sides of Bill Cosby's appeal
"Advocates are lining up on both sides of actor Bill Cosby's appeal as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court prepares to review his 2018 sex assault conviction. Cosby was the first celebrity to go on trial in the me to Hera, and his appeal could resolve lingering questions about how they should be tried one key issue for the state's high court. Is how many other accusers should be allowed to testify against a defendant before their accounts. Verge on character assassination?
Immigrant pride in Britain
"Trevor Phillips talked about a sense of mission creep in diversity and heroin Hera Dane distinguished between power and influence, arguing that the trump and Johnson were in power. Many of our institutions were influencing against him. Scroll back after this episode to hear the first part of this twin podcast on Johnny Gould's Jewish state. Today Catherine, verbal on the unifying goal of Britishness for those of US lucky to live here and Nyah philomen Iman on how humanity and its possibilities should always be counted about identity. Listen for those who are willing to listen. This is Johnny. Gold's Jewish state of Richard Kim joked with me. The Jews actually more patriotic than the general population. I mean most Jews. I've met in this country. Patriotic, the most non rights hunter, yes, and if you you just you just take for example in a synagogue on Friday A. Press for the Queen and their press listeners now. Donna very much doubt you'll find those in the church. Of England and multi million selling record producer Trevor Horn quoted Leviticus Jewish faith, it says seek the Fortune on. Successive the city to which you have. No I think that's I think that's the way. That's what they do. Jews try and make things better that. The country and and they you know the gross like you separate religion. You need them to help with an. Amazing Resource. You know scroll back for these two amazing views earlier. You'll have expressed today which chimed from within Jewish family. Catherine Bob I'll saying came to prominence ten years ago. When at that is conservative? Party conference speaking support the Party's education policies. She slated a culture of excuses of low standards are see bureaucracy and the chaos of classrooms because it keeps poor children poor. After huge rows and barriers put up in front of her. As she confronted a prevailing culture, she sets up the Michaela Secondary, school in Wembley. Her pupils read five. Shakespeare plays in three years that told a culture of kindness which includes helping each other and their families and offering adults there seats on buses in the tube. She also has an incisive word about how black a nation kids are subtly told, then, not British. Do you feel you've had to prove yourself more than most because of your philosophies on education? Yes we take a slightly different way of doing things. God behavior got teaching methods got the ethos, and so it's been a bit of A. Bite to persuade people that this is an option that's worth trying may now with our outstanding off stead, and with our grizold Jesus last year. It seems pretty obvious that this is a a valid way of doing things. But when we started, it was far from being valid. People thought we were a bit crazy frankly to to be doing what we were doing. There is a prevailing wind in education. Still blows against you, Catherine sued. You still are people. They're trying to trip you up all the time. If there are any sort of dropping of standards, I know, that will be disciplined, standards are central to your ethos, but but there's a lot of people not on your side. Yeah, that's true although I have to say many of them have owned by the wayside over the years and not I do feel in a way. Many of them have just given up because we kept on going and it is hard to. To argue against the school that is giving city children chances that they wouldn't otherwise have had. That's teaching them so well. They're you know they really are just defying all the expectations, and also we get over six hundred businesses every year. Mainly Teachers Knoll is teachers. Say My goodness. They're so well behaved. They're so curious there so independently minded. They're so nice, you know. The children are just nice, so when when you got anecdotal evidence like that and you've also got kind of data that shows that we're doing very well. It is hard to argue against it so. People who do argue against it tends to just be. Personal attacks. You know they just don't like me or they don't like. Is They? Don't like school. Stands for an tend to say things like all. No, not at school again. They don't really have any off because there are no arguments, so they dislike as without. Prejudice basically
California shuts down bars, indoor dining as COVID-19 cases surge
"Partly shut him down again. The governor yesterday closed down bars. Indoor dining in their state tire stayed by the way indoor religious services Jim's Hera nail salons. California, one of the states across the Southwest that has this recent surge of courses. You know Florida's bad Arizona, Texas all hit hard right now. We'll talk
Newsom orders California to shut down indoor activities, all bar operations
"And for Rebecca Corral with covert 19. Running rampant in California Governor Newsome is dialing back statewide, shutting down sectors of the economy that had been allowed to reopen. Hey, CBS Political reporter dug. Sovereign is joining us live and says that includes all bars, all indoor dining in many counties. The closures extend far beyond that, and I was watching a tweet this out as the governor was making the announcement, Doug and it feels like we're going back to the starting line. Almost Boy, it sure does Dan and it's pretty frustrating to a lot of people. I mean the corona viruses unchecked in the Golden State, the hospitalization and I see you numbers continue to move in the wrong direction. The positivity rate is approaching 8%. And Governor Gavin Newsom said today it is time to pull back and no longer just on a county by county basis. We are announcing additional statewide actions as it relates to our state home order here in the state of California. We are now effectively rather effective today required all counties to close their indoor act activities there indoor operations in every county, not just the 31 or so now on the state watch list. All bars must close gnome or indoor dining, movie theaters, family entertainment centers or winery tasting rooms and in those counties where the things are worst, covering more than 80% of California's people. There are further shutdowns, houses of worship, Hera nail salons, gyms and fitness centers. Malls. Non essential offices must all closed down again in the Bay Area. That list includes Alameda Contra Acosta Marin. Napa, Santa Clara Solano in Sonoma County. So in other words everywhere in the Bay Area except San Francisco and San Mateo counties, I pressed the Governor Dan about the confusion regarding restaurants in Alameda County over the last few days, and the general level of frustration among so many people about what's open and what isn't what's safe and what isn't. He acknowledged His responsibility is leader of the state. But he said too many people are just not acting with common sense. We all need to wear masks and keep a safe distance went outside reporting live Doug Sovereign, KCBS dog real quick. Also, did he mention anything about schools because classes were supposed to start in about a month. Is he going to step in on that? Or is he going to leave that to local communities? Well again a little bit of confusion there because it's some of both. He was asked a couple of times about the schools and again, as you said. No different districts are handling it differently. Some are shutting down completely doing everything remotely. Others are doing hybrids. He suggested that there's further guidance coming from the state, although he leaves it to local districts to make decisions. He congratulated Los Angeles, for example, on deciding tohave all remote schools. This fall, he said. There's some more guidance coming in the next few days from from the state regarding mask wearing at school's school buses, sports certain safety measures that will have to be taken if schools do want to reopen in person in part, or even more than in part in some district. So while he's still saying it's it's a district by district decision, the state is going to put some new mandates in place, so that's districts that do allow in person education this fall. We're going to have some stricter rules to follow. All right. Thanks very much. KCBS is Doug sovereign. You can follow him on Twitter to today with the latest at sovereign nation. Meanwhile, in
Houston Hospitals Seeing Surge In Coronavirus Admissions
"In Houston, 2673 patients have been hospitalized in general care with covert 19 961 in I C U Texas Medical Center is at 105%. I seeyou capacity 46% of the I. C U patients have covert 19 The CEO of Hera's health says it's alarming. I can't begin to tell you how distressed I am thinking about the stress both mentally and physically that my staff are suffering through, carrying for the overnight in patients, a condition that is preventable Governor Greg Abbott Tails Houston's Fox affiliate. It's essential for Texans to wear facemasks. Or else the state may have to pursue more
Sung Kang reveals the fight to make 'Better Luck Tomorrow'
"Sung king you know him as the street racers. Hans Solo. I love that Han Solo in the fast and furious movies. And you can argue that. Seng's portrayal of Han the impossibly cool mentor of Tokyo drift. A member of the core fast and furious family made the franchise the most surprising and successful blockbuster series in Hollywood history. I would definitely make the argument so we are very lucky to have the chance to speak with Song. Today on Asian enough. Thank you for being here with us forever me we want to start off by addressing the big news. Which is you are coming back to the fast and furious franchise for the upcoming fast and furious. Nine which is huge for those of us who obsessively watched these movies because we know than Han. Your character has been gone for a couple of movies and in fact has one of the most tremendous most unpredictable. Arc's I feel like in movie history in that you know Tokyo drift. Which was the third movie in. The fast and furious franchise is the one that you originated this character. And we'd love to hear from you. What has your relationship with Han. Been like over these years. It's a love hate relationship. The hate is a strong word for it. I think it's maybe love and difficult is what it is because I'll never dismiss what the fast and furious and with the Han characters done for my career and my family and opened the Hollywood doors the first time I you know Justin and I worked on festive fears like we would just literally walk around the production office and then go into his office and start like laughing. Because can all these chairs the free snapple into the free water right those little things that we really appreciate it. Because when we're shooting tomorrow we had nothing we had a fold out table with five sticks of. Wrigley's spearmint gum spread out and a box of cold intimate donuts breakfast. That was our craft service and better luck tomorrow. Of course was the two thousand two indie film about over achieving Asian American teens who flipped the Model Minority Myth on its head when they start doing crimes so better luck. Tomorrow was Justin. Lin's first solo feature recode to feature call shopping things with Quinton leave and there were still students at Ucla. And then I heard that this young filmmaker out of UCLA was making an Asian American film. But I had already worked on a couple of Asian of American films that never finished and it was kind of a fiasco and felt like yeah. It's great to be part of this movement but we're not going to be able to compete with because you can't even finish the movie and when I came back to La. I was so disenchanted anytime I heard about another Asian American filmmaker instantly said this is probably not a good idea. That was already probably a few like maybe five six years in right. I mean I've been already a journeyman into business. You know and the auditions that I would get are the roles that would be a waiter or Yakuza and I felt like maybe the timing was rights. And this idea of being an actor in Hollywood is not GonNa Happen. Right and then I got a couple of phone calls from some aspiring producer. Asian American producers. And they said Hey. There's this guy named Justin Lin. He's a ucla and he's doing this. Asian American film. You should take a look at the script and you should like audition for it now and then two more friends call and say hey. You should really take a look at the script so Justin I actually met at. Danny's on Wilshire and western Koreatown. We met to talk about the script right and talk about the role and stuff like that and at that time. I think Hon- was written as a Filipino character. That drove a hundred civic here like a shaved head. Wow he was really perpetuating kind of like this. You know southern Kelly J. JD M. car culture kind of thug. And I'm from Georgia so I don't identify with I'm into muscle and you know my role models were like James Dean. Paul Newman John Wayne. If you will right and so this thing did not resonate so when I sat down with just and I said Hey I can I addition for Ben. The main character for best. I better tomorrow and just in being the the the patient older brother if you will and he would make a great poker player because slow played it and he's like why not. Let's see so. I went at like three times to read for Ban and knowing the whole time. I'm way too old looking. I don't fit the VIBE and I said to myself if this dude cast me it's movies gonNA suck and compromise vision. So after the third edition called me and said. Hey Man it's not gonNa work out but I would still love free to play on. I was like this is a guy that I would go to paddle with one last shot. Because if it doesn't work out I probably have to go and find a real job and it was so challenging because we had the whole budget in place but then the investors had asked Justin to change all the rules to Caucasian and Justin being. Who is now not GONNA do it? And he started putting the equipment on his credit card but as soon as the credit card companies. No you're maxing it out. They basically linked to the other companies. And then they'll hold your credit card so we're screwed and then I had worked at this restaurant in Beverley hills this cream barbecue place called Hula okay. That is no longer and we shot for a day and then justice said the money's not coming in so we probably have to shut this down and I went to work and I was so depressed right and I'm a server. They're left of a smile. I was so bummed and this is where I feel like everything happens for a reason. Like I don't necessarily subscribe to all these myths and stuff as some Guardian Angel but if if there is such thing that night she showed up and by that you mean John Wong and her husband. Jeffrey go founders of the Cherry Sky Films Production Company. They had been coming into the restaurant for a couple years and there was the first time they saw me not smiling and that kind of goofing off and she said what's wrong way so sadness explain the situation and she said can. I take a look at the script as I have in my car. She goes Why don't you in the director come by the office? Like the talk we went in there spoke for about an hour and then she wrote us a fifty thousand dollar check. Wow there's something like so mythic about this whole story but isn't that the keep a fifty thousand not enough to finish this movie right and so then we're stock and just kind of freaking out and the only person he knows that really has money. Is this guy named Mc Hammer right and how does he know MC Hammer so justin used to work at the Japanese? American museum is to be editor for the downtown Japanese-american Museum and so he was in plans of shooting tomorrow. And at that time the cannon xl one three chip consumer camera was coming out. And if you guys are aware if your techies like big deal so that was the first option of going digital post to film and suggests that went down. I think there was a convention down there to look at the new cameras coming out and Hera was there so hammer's standing next to a kid. You know anything about this camera. And he kind of helps them out and he goes. So what do you WanNa do this well? One day I hope to be a director. They Kinda you know. Talk a little bit and hammered being who is gave him his phone number and said hey you ever need anything. Give call so fast forward. The money's not happening just freaking out the credit cards frozen. I think he had the the phone number like pin to his wall. For you know for Sake right is that what the hell he calls. Hammer Hammer picks up. What's up is okay. Do you remember me Zig. Know what do you want? Here's the situation he goes. Hey it's not hammer time anymore. I can't just be funding these things. But here's ten grand. Do what you gotta do but you know I don't I don't need it back but here it is so if you go and watch. Tokyo drift anytime. There's a Tokyo City. Scene is hammer
"hera" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Charleston to Hera Cholmondeley Tropicana and sands I can K. with your radio dot com traffic we've got a very windy Wednesday ahead of us gusts of already top forty miles an hour in some areas and they could get stronger through the day when advisory was issued early this morning it will stay in effect until early Thursday morning look for areas of blowing dust trash on the roads both hands on the steering wheel today will look for early morning clouds to clear to mostly sunny skies and highs a little bit cooler in the upper sixties I make news now weather anchor sherry Swinson for newstalk eight forty K. X. N. T. delivery you loading up on things from Walmart I use my new Capital One Walmart rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the capital one Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of America everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One getting life in America has changed almost overnight there's a lot of information out there about the corona virus we help you sorted out and answer the most important questions every week day with the coronavirus daily podcast interviews in advice from health experts newsmakers and authorities on a range of important topics everything you need to know summarized into one short episode get all the information you need to guide your family through the covert nineteen pandemic listen on radio dot com the radio dot com app apple podcasts Google podcasts and stitcher CBS news update after five days of negotiation in two failed votes in the Senate have a bi partisan agreement on the largest rescue package in American history minority leader Chuck Schumer after both parties of the white house agreed on a two year trillion dollar relief package early this morning New York City of course is the epicenter for Kobe at nineteen with most cases in the country Dr Jon LaPook is there this is a city where people are kind of on top of each other very densely packed and so the virus can spread more quickly people have wondered about whether the viruses on surfaces like in the subway metal could last for a few days into New York does not have a monopoly on this hospitalized to use your full in Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms this required we have.
"hera" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The five years many but check out all this was originally reported in the cooling a pass but it's just been updated to to local lake won thirty four west before Kalanga a four car pile up they are out of lanes however one of the vehicles bumpers is in lanes and this is adding to a busy drive from olive to the one seventy some are five north just past the four or five we still have this accident that was it looks like a road rage incident hit and run the victim's vehicle still in lanes and it's affecting your drive on the four oh five north it's really tough from the one eighteen and it stays busy to the two ten Balboa from the one eighteen to the five will get you around at this mass it's a great service street option on Mar Vista four five south before palm's a two car wreck both along the right shoulder this also a heavy volume of traffic on the four or five south from will sure to Lottie Hera Norwalk five north before Norwalk Boulevard finally clear this two car fender Bender both over to the right and going to be taken off the freeway shortly this is adding to a slow drive though from valley view to the six oh five and crew still working to clear the secular in Covina ten west of via Verde they want to remove this detached tractor trailer from the freeway they've got this long bad tow truck there on the scene two lanes blocked it's jammed up from Dudley our next report is a four twenty five I many to check out with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio conditions much cooler today compared to yesterday with a slight chance of light showers moving through the region later this afternoon into tonight and possibly into the early part of Tuesday for dealing with the widespread cloud.
Current traffic for Philadelphia
"K. watch wrestling for the crash I fifteen north Benaissa Hera blocking the right lane traffic heavy from drop and also an accident on the western belt way north bound here lately Boulevard a crash fifteen southbound it's a hair on ramp and an accident on someone parkway east bound at ram part also at the on ramp
"Sober curious" Americans are reshaping nightlife
"Sober is sexy that's what some happen million Instagram users are posting part of a push to give up the drink Dr terror and a ruler as CVS contributor with more in the so called sober revolution the movement is also helping those in recovery comes down to connection and engagement am J. Gottlieb created the app loose it to connect recovering addicts and the sober curious but I was getting sober it was diners in coffee shops yeah we grow up hearing you know how cold is bad and what they don't tell us is the first time we have a drink is actually feels good we met lucid user Philip o'hara and get away in Brooklyn one of the first brick and mortar silver bars in the country Hera has been in recovery for over three years and says an app like this provides a space to socialize safely have a platform for people to be connected with other sober people and again there is a hash tag and a lot of Instagram post its sober
Shooting at Atlanta's Cumberland mall sends holiday shoppers fleeing for cover
"Shoppers at a mall in Atlanta panicked and fled when shots were fired this weekend please have arrested two teenagers in connection with a shooting inside a crowded suburban Atlanta shopping mall public information officer Cerro Hera of the Cobb county police department says the two got into a verbal dispute Saturday that S. deleted into gunfire inside the food court of Cumberland mall luckily it was not an active shooter incident but it did have
Prejuvenation: What Your Need to Do Now to Postpone Aging
"I love Dr The absolute best to end the. It's funny I want to say that Ronald a couple of weeks past Halloween. However I remembered last night I was walking around In the subways and I saw this guy coming up and he looked like he just had halo laser and I saw his son combined him and they just had some. I don't know if there were demons Vince with their faces. Were just read. You know how you and I are always like we. If you're GONNA do the laser dude on the Thursday. What what you really want to do? Is You want to do it on October. Twenty Eighth I'm I'm not kidding because when it's bad in today's I'm telling you Ryan I'm signing up the Tober twenty eighth you will have the red peeling nonsense but people will just think it's part of your look shore. Oh My goodness Aka a Europe rejuvenation. You're all well for the holiday on. Hey everyone I'm amber and I'm Ryan and this is art beauty the real truth doc about the fake Shit So for a while. When I saw this on the calendar I just I just saw prove nation but a regionals it is like vaginal to rejuvenate? I don't why I forgot the conversation before I went there and I was like. Oh my God that's really cool The what's totally Pleasantly surprised what a fun conversation That it wasn't about the vagina it was now. How do you listen it? It's something for everyone. Turn them back well. Well and that's it. It's how to turn back the hands not turn slowdown. It's how to slow slow down right because we can't stop aging. It's going to happen. No matter what that said. We can certainly postpone Not only really sort of how we look but then the need for more intense procedures like facelift. So there really truly we discuss has something for everyone. So if you're in your twenties thirties forties or fifties. This is like the perfect episode for you lose. Everyone includes I. Don't care who you are what you are where you are this one's for you The one thing we did not discuss which I'm GonNa just segue into myself my sheltie not myself but it's myself too so moving right along I think in my profession another thing that really truly helps slowdown. It's fuller hair as get as we age. Twenty third I lost my her twenties. It sucked and at the end of the day. The Fuller Your Hera no matter what length whether it short medium long it's just lashing its youthful looking. Yep so I'm going to transition now I've been honest and open. I've had I've worked with a couple doctors and I've had a couple you know I've used really expensive stuff as that. Has You know I kind of Segue out of my agreement to try other things. And I didn't want to set myself up for like the three hundred dollar bill every month and I joined and I'm not getting paid hymns and I just thought the Saddam you send it to Tom. It's smells so good. It's good shampoo. 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Data Crunch with Federica Cocco and John Burn-Murdoch
"Get started with the topic of today so today as i said we have not one but two guests and we're talking about out of very interesting new data or data analysis and communications series from financial times and it's called beta data crunch and it's very very interesting series we're going to talk about it in a moment the end to talk about it we have federica cocoa and john bird murdoch welcome welcome federica and john on the show hello so we typically start the show with our guest introducing themselves so can you briefly give us so little bit of a background with your interest and maybe even your current position of financial times i'm john and i'm a senior data journalist at the f. not so i work as part of a big team including dates journalist statistics journalist graphics interactive all of all these the things developers analysts designers reporters yes so crunched his one of the things involved in at the moment as well as just doing lots of data driven an reporting and stories and graphics and my name is federica must statistics journalist i started working at the f. t. three and a half years ago i started out my career as a fact checker then i became a reporter i worked for the daily mirror and the times over time i just got frustrated with how after working as a fact checker how news organizations treated numbers and statistics and i felt like they weren't taking them that seriously and so when i joined the f. t. i just felt like i found the right place for me and here i get to count as much as possible statistics knows very good you have a lot of great data journalism coming out of a f. t. and the fun format that caught our eye we want year as well we want to talk about is the crunch series so can you tell tell us a bit about what that is and how you came up with the idea and how it works so crunched is a series of short videos where we address topics picks that are newsworthy we tried to explain so explain them so they're sort of an explainer format and we also fat fat check maybe controversial signs of them so for example we've done videos on on abortion on inequality on poverty you just addressing the issues behind statistics how you define the numbers and helping readers to understand how the fact checking process works but because quite often when people hear about charts and numbers you know the general population is maybe sometimes it scared of them so we try and make it fun and engaging engaging and very colloquial conversational we quite often use props we've done data visualizations with hera bows or a coke globe job or these number blocks that i used to use an elementary school in italy so we try to be creative with it as well i think they're sort of blending with one of the other questions nations we're going to discuss here as well about the the impetus behind this series and i think one thing we should mentioned as well this this is very much a collaboration between us on the data team and the video team itself self so juliet rebel on a on the video team was one of the well she was probably the initial spark actually who who suggested federally federica and i work on something like this and each of these episodes involves three or four people from the video team of course doing all the direction recording as well oh i think then yeah in terms of sort of other other reasons for doing this we both as along with a lot of people at the f. t. big funds the way that people hunt rustling have done data virtualization in the past in terms of really thinking about it as fundamentally trying to reach and engage with with people rather than just rather than this sort of like publication on one side reader on the other side and nothing in between really trying to think about how to actually bring people in make this stuff more accessible start conversations thing so yeah mona shalaabi from the guardian is another big inspiration mars is somebody who can then communicate numbers and a really fun and engaging way yeah and again i think mona was a big inspiration in particular for decision to try and draw these charts by hand rather than just presenting sort of prepared digitally designed and printed and another another reason for starting this series is that the f. t. is trying to attract younger audiences and so for example there was a focus focus group years ago that asked breeders how they pictured the f. t. if if if the if the frontal times were to be a human being and a lot of readers particularly or people in this focus group particularly women said they imagined a man in a suit the had their vacuum and so we're really there's a lot of efforts to try and and redesigned image rebrand because a lot of people who work at the f. t. r. like cost very a young they're very geeky very enthusiastic we have a lot of fun together in the office and so we were trying to to show that as well and to to do that i mean john and i work on stories that range from politics to markets to corporate new stories and the these things to cheat as i said to the general population they might be very dry but they can be really really interesting once you get into sure yeah absolutely i mean certainly certainly certainly from my part of trying to change that stereotype i'm not wearing a suit in any of these to try to make that clear but again i think my my way of thinking about about this is i i want as we're on the same page with this we want to produce something which if if someone stumbles upon one of these videos on youtube they weren't looking for they just get recommended it next we want to produce something where they they sit there and a give us give us a chance they don't immediately think oh what's this boring old financial mt thing they actually think oh what's this let's have a look so we're just trying to make something which feels a bit more native to that younger generation yeah i think what what really surprise me i think it's interesting that you've been mentioning a number of people who's working flint's your work but i still see a couple of really interesting interesting innovations in the way you you you create these videos so the first one the first one that caught my eye my eyes is this idea that you actually drawing in real the time the the extra graphs right i've never seen anybody do that i think it's really interesting right and by the way one question for you later on his how do you do that right and i think what really works what works really really well is that you have to people on the screen and and it's a very nice and casual conversation but it's not trivial at the same time right so i see these two elements as a very innovative vivere i like it a lot i guess it's a bit like the conversations that we might have at a pub generally that's when you become a journalist the first thing that they tell l. u. is this is how you decide if a story is good and how you communicate to imagine you're at the pub with your grandmother or imagine you are talking to your aunt aunts and driving away what's the first thing that you tell her just before she drives away so we thought about that and we thought about the conversations at the pub and they're sort of very very faithfully reflect that quite often you know we'll have debates about politics so in by turning them into videos and and thinking about our audience and people might want to listen to us there's also that extra element of having people commenting on the videos and aas being able to talk them and if they have any questions on the data then we can answer them so there's an extra interactive try yeah yeah yeah it is perhaps not surprising the as journalists journalists a lot of our ways of thinking about things involve the pub but it is remarkable how you know it's the same thing when when we've covered elections in the past on all always is be thinking okay what are the half dozen things that would be a great talking point when you were in the bump in the bar because it's it's not idea that first of all i think when you think about it in that context you're immediately thinking about making something fun interesting engaging you know no one wants to be the person who says what about such and such and everyone just turns the other one's uh-huh so when you imagine someone to across from you i think i think it really helps and then you also want to make it like we say not not lighthearted in terms of not taking issue seriously but just a bit more engaging so that someone feels that this is a conversation they can almost be part of raw than than just being told not and as he said without not being condescending i mean a big inspiration for me was i worked for a couple of years at a tabloid and tabloids get really bad raps but actually they're they're incredibly good at communicating new stories to anyone and that was reading reading important for my formation as a journalist work there and to know how to hard-right something to make simple without being condescending without being haughty without thinking that i'm better than anyone else for understanding something that's certainly something that i'm really really keen to eliminate from not you know not that it's a problem in data journalism but just sort of eliminate from the narrative about numbers that they're scary that they're complex lex and that not anyone can understand them i do genuinely believe that anyone count as long as they're passionate enough yeah i think again just to add one more thing on that point point that distinction between condescension and making something more accessible i think is really important on there was some conversation between a few days because asian partition is on twitter recently were i can't remember who it while someone was saying that the idea of talking to a broad audience was for them essentially code code for saying we should dump something down but that's absolutely not the way we are predecessor get is not the way a lot of a lot of tabloid approaches it's about thinking i want to put something out here it's not going to matter whether you are a postgraduate or whether you left school aged sixteen you're going to be able to see what we're talking about an understanding so i think that's really the aim here and also this is something that concerns you something that is very important because journalists this is every you know everyone a ah news stories about economics about finance about markets about mc metrics like poverty and inequality or about bush and they concern everyone and and so it's if if we don't make something understandable if people turn the other way it's on us it's not on them it's our fault yeah absolutely yes i think that's a great gap you're filling there and i think you're doing it really well so can we learn a bit about the process of what's happening behind the scenes especially early like how do you get you mentioned the sort of easygoing conversation and very like you're good team and you know like playing the ball into each other all the time to prepare is it like scripted doctor you know exactly what you're talking about or do you just talking and you keep the best bids or oh how do you end up with i'm curious because i have a podcast to run as well so as you can tell so far like february we really just don't like each other attack the nice is quite natural i think is like we said like federica said we're trying to create the natural flows so so you ask about script and we d- we don't tend to write word for word what we're going to say but will will be more like bullet points i think a few times that we tried to script it we sounded entire yes juliet anywhere exactly it's like you you sound it sounds sounds more official and also as soon as you slip up and miss one word it just completely throws you so we find that it makes a lot more sense to we we'll we'll rehearse things again canonise sort of rough outline censor know enough we know a lot about all of the different talking points so that whatever whatever way the conversation goes we can just make the natural thing this stuff is does require a bit more training and nothing that we're getting better at is just how we actually look on cameras so there are a lot of the stuff that i don't think comes across seemed to have three little things angles and where we should be looking at different times some is is completely natural and it's exactly what you'd expect but there are other bits when we'll have julia or one of the other videography saying how can you not look at that when you say oh can you look at each other when you're talking so it's becoming more natural but certainly the first couple of sessions we had quite of an back stage direction do you do like a couple of full run throughs and do a couple of takes the whole story or to repeat individual like like bits of
"hera" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Hera was going on rob Citreon getting ready for our amazing race exit interview and recap hereafter episode number four of the amazing race thirty one. We're gonna do things a little bit differently. In this episode of the podcast. I'm going to have the exit interview with the most recently eliminated team Korean. And Elisa we're gonna have that up. I last couple exit interviews we had those at the end of the recap. But this is one I think that people are going to particularly want to hear considering the interest in Karen and Elisa, so you'll hear my exit interview with Korean and Elisa first, and then Jessica lease and Mike bloom will join me for the recap for whatever reason if you want to skip ahead to the recap you can do. So by skipping ahead about sixteen minutes in. Your pod. Catcher to kick off our recap of the amazing race from this week. I wanna think of sponsor before we get to Karinna and Elisa and those are friends over at ship and ship is the brand new dating at that lets you set your friends up and be set up by your friends the way that it works is that if you're single use sign up, and you invite your friends to join your crew, and if you're like me your in the crew of people like Adam Klein, and you can go through and swipe away, and then you can be the person swiping left or right for the people that you are in their crew. And it's a great way to bring friends together. They say it takes a village to find somebody a relationship, and that's exactly what we're doing here on ship. I'm in a ton of crews, really the listeners rob as podcasts have really taken. Mm to ship. And it's a lot of fun. It's a great way to interact with your friends and potentially meet somebody and even have the okay, I first dating app that I had the okay for my wife to actually be on its ship. So go ahead. Dating is more fun. When you do with friends download ship for free at get shipped dot com slash H. AP? That's get S H I P P E D dot com slash alright. JP get shipped dot com slash our AP and start today..
"hera" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"If we lose the bees, we blues our food Thorning about a B day off his being sounded by scientists around the world Nickless, Ronnie with the UCLA chapter of the California Public interest research group tells cakes bees pollinate seventy percent of the crops that we eat from strawberries to coffee one in every three bites of food we eat. So why is this happening? Definitely a factor Hera sites like the varroa mite, but a big one if you of a classic featuring pacified called nicotinoid or that with we started to use in the nineteen nineties says his group is calling on UCLA chancellor, gene block to ban the use of killing pesticides on campus and make schools more be friendly Rothbart. Sure. KNX ten seventy News Radio. New housing is planned in San Pedro that would help homeless and low income single moms the Y W C A plans to build thirty five one and two bedroom units next to its main building on west ninth street D'amoto the YWCA is to empower women and eliminate racism, and we can't think of a better way to empower women than to provide housing for people who are sort of in trouble. Why WC a board of directors president Julie Wichmann Hera tells KNX she can't think of how a family can be raised without stable housing and onsite daycare center. We'll be included Wakeman Hera says there are still issues. Plans to work out. But the goals is to start construction within the next year. Thousands marching rally in Hollywood and mid city to Mark the one hundred and four anniversary of the Armenian genocide team coverage coming up at the bottom of the hour. It's three twenty five traffic.
"hera" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"John Hera, and I'm Kirk darling. Here's what's trending at twelve noon. That's not good news though. The search for little Amaya Robertson is still ongoing says Indianapolis metro police sergeant Jim Gillespie plead for public health. If you know where this child is where my gives call you have information that's pretty of his gives call detectives were on the west side yesterday along eagle creek out here the follow up on that lead. And they discovered there some items that could possibly be related to the case. However that is not conclusive at this point in time. Her mother's boyfriend was arrested Sunday for criminal recklessness. A separate charge. From the case Amaya has been missing for five days. Now Zealand is cracking down on gun ownership after. Mass shooting left dozens killed. Fox's Simon Owen you seat. It's prime minister saying the country's history changed forever last Friday. And now it's gun laws will to descend done announcing a ban on what she called minute. Tree style semiautomatic weapons time for the mess and easy viability of these weapons must end. She said anyone who already owns an effective weapon will be required to surrender rates and will be compensated by the government, Simon Owen, Fox News. President Trump says he's looking forward to seeing special counsel Robert Muller, spinal report, Trump said yesterday at the White House. It's up to attorney general Bill bar to decide what to do with mothers findings PD officers in the hospital with a few injuries after his cruiser collided with a semi on. I seventy near keystone this morning. It's all happened before five thirty this morning when the officers traveling westbound and collided with the semi the officers, call are partially went underneath a part of the semi and then collided with the car. Concrete medium wish TV's Kevin Radan reporting the semi stopped about a half mile away from where the collision happened. The officer was awake and talking with first responders, Indiana religious groups are taking the lead in passing for a hate crimes law. I'm Eric Berman Christian Muslim Jewish Hindu 'em. Seek leaders gathered at the state house to urge legislators to authorize longer sentences when crimes are motivated by hate John girton with Indianapolis Christ missionary Baptist church says targeting specific groups isn't just another crime..
"hera" Discussed on Mythology
"Am no fool. I'll do expect my lady, but you appear to be mistaken my sisters, and I have not seen any Olympian down here in ages. We were just Lorinc one hunter away from his friends. If you heard any laughter, that's violence. What do you hear something? Quiet. The air is thick like the clouds that precede a thunderstorm. He was here. Are you? Sure, they're happy. There was just a wild boar. As Hera tore through the woods looking for her. Unfaithful husband echo, followed close on her heels. They sped between rows of trees while echo attempted to dissuade or distract the jealous. Goddess finally, Herro reached the clearing the nymphs and Zeus had been frolicking in mere moments before and found it empty Hera stood in the clearing boiling with rage in the deserted hollow a single detail stuck out to her footprints on the earth. No nymph trod heavily enough to leave tracks echo began to creep away. She was relieved the others escaped in time, but did not wish to deal with Hera any longer than she had to where are you going? We've searched the entire force my lady I thought I would go back to my tree your prattling on allowed. My husband to slip away from me. What? I sure you I had no intention violence. What is your name echo, my lady echo, well echo? It has been lovely chatting with you. But I am afraid you are going to be silenced from now on I promise mainly to. You will never hear from me. Again, you love having the last word. Don't you this? I will grant you will always have the last word, but no power to speak. I that will be your curse is that. Understood understood perfect. You may go now go now. Yes, I must be gone on. On. Hera vanished. Leaving the cursed nymph alone in the woods echo, tried to speak. But her voice caught in her throat. Her mind could form words, but her mouth refused to release them when a bird flu by she could copy it song. But only for a little while the venture she would always fade back into silence..
Scott, Aspen And Wilson discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"She had she had something not. So great happened. She needed to get rescued in Aspen from the ski slope. Here's rebel Wilson. Calling for help. I'm lost mountain. It. It's. It's a very big hill today, but we're going to attempt to get a crushing. Okay. Hera skiing day too. Scott's gonna take me down the hill aka comfy panda. Yeah. Yeah. I'm ready. I'm ready. Scott. Thanks. Hey, guys, just wanted to let you know.
A brief history of soy
"Of soy. I'm joined by Christine DuBois, and I'd like to start by saying that I've sort of intimate personal relationship with soy. I eat a lot of it as vegetarian, but I also grew up in rural Illinois surrounded by soybeans. That said I didn't know a lot about its history or the tremendous scope of its global impact. Until I read your book. Can you start giving us an overview of the breadth of what you cover. So my book, the story of soy might consider it, a biography of soy soy were a person this would be their biography starting from its early domestication moving through its use in Chinese and Japanese food ISM its development to use during various wars, including the rest of the Japanese war and World War Two. And then it's use in factory farming of Higgs and chickens primarily on through its genetic engineering. It's Houston biodiesel and its environmental effects as well. It's his it's affects on nutrition in the book, you take deep dives into different parts of soy's history in the role it played in wars societal development politics in the environment. If we go into any of those though, I think will lose the big picture. So can you summarize just how important this little bean is on a global scale? Soybeans are one of the most traded crops around the world. Most people have no idea how incredibly important this plant is because it is fed primarily to chickens pigs on large factory farms with relatively few employees. So most people especially people who live in cities are not aware of how in agricultural areas, particularly in north and South America. This crop is huge. It's hugely profitable. And it is hugely shaping our world. It was the first commercially really successful genetically engineered crops, and because it was so commercially successful. It has spurred the development of other genetically engineered crops. It is used in countless products with industrial products and many many food products, although in very small quantities. So it's everywhere in our environments, and it has everything to do with cutting edge science, and it is massively important to a Connie's and trade disputes slim pick up on that trade dispute item because a few weeks ago, the Washington Post had a really interesting piece on how North Dakota soy farmers were being especially hard hit by the tariffs implemented as part of this ongoing U S China trade war because they sell the vast majority of their crop to China. Do you see that that loss of access to US markets, whether it's temporary or long term is going to have a worldwide impact like will other countries start growing more soy in? What would that mean the way soy is being handled as a crop worldwide, especially in South America right now? And it's really a looming problem for Africa as well is often quite environmentally destructive. The only reason I'm not mentioned North America. Here is that we already destroyed the North American prairies longtime ago, even be sore Sawyer was planted there. So it's a done deal here in North America. But in South America, there's a lot of land that was still virgin wilderness that is being deforested or disadvantaged in order to grow soy because it is such a lucrative crop. And it's really a very very serious problem, particularly in places like Hera Guay, which have much less strict environmental regulation. And places like Brazil, which has increasingly strict environmental regulation to protect the Amazon, but which has their difficult problems of enforcement, Cargill and the nature. Conservancy have worked together to try to improve some of the systems for protecting the Amazon, but there's such a long way to go. And some of the things that are being done to assist. The soybean farmers of Brazil in particular, the completion of highway that cuts right through the Amazon is which is a national highway is really leading to deforestation along its borders within fifty miles of any major road. You get a lot of people coming in building all the things that would service the truck drivers. And then town spring up in then when towns spring up you have to have schools in hardware stores, and churches, and so forth and more and more gets built up along highway. So there's a very deep concern. And of course. The concern relates to how is all of this going to affect global warming and right now with what's going on with the United States trade war with China. We have slapped a twenty five percent tariffs on to our soit being exported to China, which is our largest fire. And so right now, the Chinese don't have a lot of options for making up that soy. But in the long run they are going to want to look for other suppliers that are not going to be slapping that tariff on them. And so they are investing as they already happened. But they're probably going to celebrate it now investing in more virgin lands in Africa and South America. But they're really doing a lot in Africa that are probably going to start being planted in soy. And so more wilderness are going to be destroyed and this is a very grave concern for climate change Christine. What her new book is the story of
"hera" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The Muller. Investigation, and I hope President Trump and those he listens to refrain from that I find the timing very suspect number one. But number two num-, the are paramount view. Is that? Any attorney general whether this one or another way should not be able to interfere with the Muller investigation in any way. They should not be able to end it. They should not be able to limit it. They should not be able to interfere with Muller going forward and doing what he thinks is the right thing, and that will help guide us as we go through this process. Well, it's good to know that the Senator from New York has an opinion on this. What he doesn't understand is first and foremost of the attorney general works for the president, the president can fire, whomever. They choose any time that they want. The second. I don't think the investigation trend either. I think it's a bad idea, but ends, but what I wanna point out is this idea of all you can't fire Jeff Sessions Hera Hera. Hera Nancy Pelosi Twitter, March second two thousand seventeen we are far past refusal. Jeff Sessions lied under oath anything less than resignation or removal from office is unacceptable. That's Nancy Pelosi. That's Nancy Pelosi. On twitter. A year ago? A year ago that that's that's it. Just yesterday. Nancy pelosi. It is impossible to read attorney general sessions firings. Anything other than another blatant attempt by President Trump to undermine end special counsel Muller's investigation. So she she was used for it. Before she was against it. I think is the theme here that we can go with. Is there any doubt in anybody's mind that the president wants to put an end to the investigation. The shouldn't be of course, he wants to end to the investigation was he infuriated. Infuriated that sessions recused himself. Absolutely. He was. Not a question about it. Should he end the investigation? I still say, no. But are we looking into what Russia actually has done in terms of trying to interfere with elections? And what we're going to do about it. Or are we now into what Adam Schiff seems to be really into who'll be he'll be the chairman of the house intelligence committee. Are we into the witch hunt? Let's let's find something because Trump has to be guilty. Left. Always overplayed their hand. They're willing to say anything at anytime. Maybe people feel like the politicians in general. Okay. But here they are. Now, of course, the president can fire Jeff Sessions, anybody who surprised that the firing of Jeff Sessions is being hilarious because everybody knew that he was gone. It was just a question of when and I think it happened. Has that happened fast post? We said it would happen. I think would happen that fast. I think the investigation should finish up. And I think Muller should be done the election's over. Let's see what found sir. More to get to. I'm Tony cats and my sleep number bed, man..
"hera" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I'm Gary McNamara. This tweet from ABC seven in the LA area update Ventura County sheriff's officials say they believe the suspect is down the mass shooting inside a nightclub at in Thousand Oaks, California. I have a this is a witness here from Westwood One talk to Westwood One. This Holden Hera who was a witness to the shooting gentlemen, wearing black trench lifting toe. Not a beard also wearing glasses and. He just went seconds. Walk through the door pulled him out and started twice. And then there's about three or four other shots that I did hear, but I was already out of the building. Well, what we know? Now is at least eleven injured, including a law enforcement official. I don't know whether it was a share for whatever's sheriff's deputy, did they say believe believe it was the reporter one reporter from the LA times of crime reporter, James Queely, just tweeted a couple of minutes ago, a quote from the Ventura County sheriff's deputy spokesperson that says quote that number that number is going to go up from eleven that's referring to the number of injured, and they are saying that the victims some victims are self reporting to the hospitals as well. Also in the tweet from James Queely again of the LA times. There have been confirmed fatalities. I just saw that from him just came up on NBC news. And so we don't have a number in terms of the fatalities. But that just came across James quickly and his colleagues at the LA times. The number of them have been there in Thousand Oaks at this location reporting on this this morning, and we're following this again, breaking news over the past few hours, and their this happened in Thousand Oaks at a bar earlier when a shooter walked in this is at the borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks, it was college night, plenty of college students authorities sing hundreds.
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"hera" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Hera the stories we're following for you. Suspicious packages sent to former President Obama, the Clinton CNN and others X or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America. To North Texas. Teens arrested for bringing a loaded gun to school. Three o'clock. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Jim shanavie New York City. Police have reopened the area. Ron Time Warner center after an explosive device was delivered to CNN addressed a former CIA director John Brennan, one of at least six known devices. Most of them addressed a prominent Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Eric Holder. President Trump vows a thorough probe of the packages which have posed threats to public figures across the country to safety of the American people is my highest and absolute priority. The president says he's been briefed on the investigation. The packages are being inspected by top explosive experts and a major federal investigation is now underway. Steve Dorsey, CBS news, Washington. More from correspondent, Jeff gays. There is a thread here, a common thread, the people who are receiving these packages, or at least the people whose whose packages. Had been addressed to them while they have this in common. They are Democrats or affiliated with democratic causes. Hurricane Wilma came ashore on Mexico's Pacific coast last night and quickly wound down to a big rainstorm. Which is now centered over the south central United States, stretching from Texas to Nebraska reporter, Adrienne Bard is more on the storm's effects in Mexico escanaba about an hour's drive south of MAs lawn said they were glad they heated government warnings and stayed in shelters while hurricane Wilma came ashore this morning. Local officials described the mass the storm knocked down lampposts trees and the walls of modest homes. But so far it did not cause casualties. According to Mexico's top civil protection officials caravan of would-be migrants from Central America continues to wind its way through southern Mexico. Correspondent Adriana DEA. They're moving at roughly a pace of twenty five miles a day and at that pace, they're not gonna reach the US border until at least mid December. Now, the young man in this group. Of course, we'll be. Able to move faster than the women with children. So this group is expected to splinter in the coming weeks who won that one point five billion dollar mega millions jackpot a single winning ticket sold in South Carolina. Where winners can remain anonymous state lottery director HOGAN Brown board established that as a policy simply because it's very intrusive. What happens in someone could be hurt? Someone could be threatened people come out of the woodwork and they will help. And so yeah, it's their choice. It's the winters choice. They can decide to expose themselves to publicity if they won't on Wall Street another bloodbath with the Dow down six hundred seven points and the NASDAQ three twenty nine four and a half percent. The S and P down eighty five. This is CBS News to experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com..
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"That harrison hera sarah huckabee harrison could be huckabee sanders detroit history last night sarah huckabee sanders is taking questions about this did she should any light on the administration sort of response you know she she referred or was asked about you know the the email aspect of it you know page in struck and and basically said you know if it shows our concerns and you know obviously related to that to the concerns about the the deep state that the president has talked about and sort of indicated that we might hear a little more when the fbi director holds a news conference later today now you know someone has just pointed out to me sent me a an email separate that i just happened to open up while we were talking that struck was not the sole decision maker in any of these things so perhaps the you know the political views didn't carry as much weight and you know there's some some belief that you know they in some instances actually wanted more investigative more investigative measures who did oh struck and page you know within the fbi now one of the things that you know everybody's jumped on is why did you know why was why would the emails or the the emails that were discovered you know and why did we only find out about it at the end of october in the air and maybe that's just the way they prioritize them but it's just hard to say.
"hera" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM
"Deal lydia slow oh hera syndulla leading the way the girl then away and so i believe go lam an animal may on that did the road is ma'am middle name ooh the ruble i love song to the road and the decision to focus on the love of music over almost everything else has bonnie rates with the roads my middle name sun her tenth studio album nick of time and album that represented her first huge commercial success and from the indigo girls selftitled album released in uh 1989 you heard land of kanaan to albums you'll find on the turning the tables list a list of the top one hundred and fifty albums by women from 1960 four to two thousand sixteen many of us it folk alley contributed to that list and you can see the whole thing on our folk alley facebook page you can read more about the impetus for this pretty immense project to.
"hera" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Market kosovo hera talk about social injustice equality and why a woman or asserted that word decided to toby showed up in in trouble so thank you whatever her name is on the window remain but i appreciate with lou my known of jiagelo says no one else does best best purpose because i can sit up here and sanwa was really a important and how walking help change kids uh not only in america but in brazil and england in mexico mexico in an all over it also so thank you all we will not uh shut up in dribble um that is something that's very minute and a grand scheme of things the how we live everyday life and we will continue to be nam in old greater than a you know anything that they will try to depict us bring us down so um you know at the end of the day we want to continue to conversation going in for me here sitting here as a role model uh as a leader um as a father as a friend as a husband another son and many more i will continue to limo voice cotin live my efforts in my um in on the face of to help you know to grave carso that was lebron james you'll hear what i have to say about that and so much more than a minute you listening lobbed stephen a smith show espn radio that was todd that with straight talk brought to you by straight talk while as best phones best networks no contract straight talk wireless nationwide coverage on america's lodged the most dependable four g lte networks.
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"hera" Discussed on Super Station 101
"This is that while art garrigo spy that with that marta hera goes is taco going back to the clinton days marghera garrigo so it it gives he gives lawyers and even worse name that it's possible the miners i mean even all of these scandals you find these a relic lawyers from the past it's the same four lawyers pulling all the strings are yet gloria allred it's it's a this garrigo sin we'll remember a what's his name a harvey weinstein had all the holdovers from the clinton camp then david boys the had a lonely davis was also in two oh they they have they have a lot of experience and defending people against scandals right so that that the clinton the clinton brigade that's all they did is push it is push the push the media back on the scandals lord you read this this capper nic grievance i'm gonna read this way if the nfl is to remain a meritocracy then principled and peaceful political protests which the owners themselves made greek theater imitating weeks ago should not be punished and atheletes should not be denied employment based on partisan political provocation by the executive branch of our government such a precedent britain's all patriotic americans and harkens back to our darkest days as a union protecting all athletes from such collusive conduct is what compelled mr capper nick to file his grievance you fully on two thirds of the president's full but i i have to tell you the more i'm i'm on the more i'm thinking about where the leftists today for all the turmoil in the republican party and again this is nothing new the populace the ole reaganite s versus the globalists' this this is this has been going on now since i really it's been it's been most obvious since about two thousand and five two thousand six when i wrote shut up and saying and then power to the people power.
"hera" Discussed on WCHS
"Things i need to cover by the way if you've got to see meet the press earlier today chuck todd hera recorded interview with congressmen steve scalise resiana congressman majority whip the man who was shot in an assassination attempt in washington dc clear where guns are pretty much illegal workers were shooting people certainly illegal it were saved by two people with guns chuck todd's interview i'll talk about that just a bit it was the press conference colleagues have very press recorded interview that kept saying exclusive interview here well okay but in about one hour from now we will have congressman steve scalise armed gun talk radio live right here guntalk you will be with us we're here we have a lot to talk to him about the most impressive mandatory many many thoughts but as our speaker about all this i was thinking about the discussions i've head of the things that i've done relating to gun rights over the years i started going back and back in back in the window i start window started this whole kale i first started writing about gun rights exactly fifty years ago i can sixty seven at that time was called the dod bill you know the dog bit you may not know you know the dot beer because it became the gun control act from 1960 i have been covering gun rights and the battle with those who would ban guns for five decades now i have seen who they are i've seen what they do i know what they want they actually have told me what what they want they don't do it very often but every once in a while they're breakdown and they'll aktru slip hey residually because there were a conversation today with chuck todd and he was interviewing diane feinstein on meet the press after he interviewed steve scalise diane feinstein of course i was the author of the clinton gun banned the crime bill which banned a number of rifles but didn't really based on cosmetic features it's the only piece of legislation she's ever author 10minute sunset she's been there that long she has no piece of legislation that she has authored that ever survived but put that aside so i remember asking tom dea source of the violence policy center a gun ban group all the radio show live couldn't duck dodge and i said okay here's the deal.
"hera" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And i don't know the exact group name officially bud the row wearing teeshirts and says i know my rights doesn't say common capita you and i have twitter accounts were have little bio you know husband dad sports stalled just says colin kaepernick every single tweet that is that i'm staring at it's about baltimore police had to get its his right and it's causing a respect that maybe that's his subtle his subtle hera acknowledgement may eventually be in baltimore maybe yours that you know what that's what i did not think of that that could be you could be right ball though this was in place for obviously police issues this is one of the freddy gray yeah yeah oh from 2015 and that was terrific this one's about hashtag black women equal pay how there's report the aclu how the black women make up ninety three cents on the dollar up everything at its is right i respect company like nothing about football it he likes are re tweets are her on for this particular no fair mao for that one from the aclu is six hundred thirty eight likes 300 and 74 read tweets about fifty comments and that's really that's on the lower end i mean this particular one year is that an that is an image of nina simone and evade spritz pretty poignant image it's it's like a like a jiffy it's like a moving it's pretty cool and that one's got two and a half thousand likes and one point three thousand 1300 read tweets and sixty comments and then but then there sub comments i mean it it it's a lot yeah but i did this when you were out and i'd the only thing that was tweeted that had any sort of referenced the football was the ct east audie so calling you probably not watching the show me bhawani buddies is maybe a family member if you wanna play football tell us sewer because i don't talk at americorps did that's l done or just do what you do it don't be your old man here's the thing and this is this is why but i'm to have this conversation this is why he so compelling to me because he actually is his own man in he doesn't care to conform and i and.
"hera" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"So the big battle about that and they're going to like knock it down but i got to be honest with you as much as on not down with the nazis like if i went to austria i would go see their place i would be like the most evil baby you know that jordan of evil babies fucking came home to that place right there people walked in and saw baby hitler will like ours any adorable look at his eyes going on in there so they want to get rid of that i know i thought that that was fucking interesting like this is what kills music who fucking how do people know that that's where he grew up so many people fucking died in world war two you'd think that anybody that even remotely fucking remembered it the old people are perhaps planes right down stray finally got his face hera white dumb ripe the just past a story on its two juicy a gossip that it just it just keeps getting past down to the point they got a down this perfectly good fucking building i guess it needs to be redone little bit like doing what the baseball stadiums over here and then what happens day throw it out in ends up in the ocean thrown out the fucking mediterranean sea that water you know the wahdat that when you go over there they try to say there's no sharks in them until you go on the internet is that guy decided there was a couple of attacks enemy there's been a couple of attacks but that that speech rare.