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"heroux" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"The standby lawyer carmen de hernandez files. I really a heroux ick league great memorandum of law regarding contempt. So this is like i said it is titled as a memorandum. It is not a motion because there is no motion you can make here But it says the courtship lift the summary contempt order and release miss bowers. There is no compelling reason for imposing the immediate remedy of detention and then it goes through and it says look this is a person and she may have some extreme religious beliefs at the hearing she stated she was making a quote divine special appearance as a free living soul and a woman. She cited several passages from religious scripture as the basis for statement ms bauer also sought to read a document into the record. The court accepted the document indicating that it would enter it into the record but rejected miss bowers requests that she be allowed to read the thirty seven page document during the hearing. It is unduly. There's no question it was cut and paste into her motion to dismiss which we're gonna get to bond information and belief that documents various references to god citation to bible passages in constitutional amendments as the basis for his bowers statements to the court. Carmen the public defender here is using everything in her power to get the court to lift the contempt order and so on that very day. June twenty second and works. Wow well how do you feel about that exactly. I feel like this. Is somebody doing their job to the best of their professionals dirty. That's always nice. And i love to see that even though right. She's doing it on behalf of an insurrectionist trump. Supporting crazy person sovereign citizen. Who by the way pauline. The way. Pauline thanks her lawyer or her non lawyer carmen de hernandez for getting her out of prison is to file a motion to quote. Fire the actors. It is a because again. These things are titled nonsensically says notice cease-and-desist carmen hernandez esquire. And no this beat known by all concerned parties known and unknown carl carmen de hernandez esquire does not has not and will not be representing moore re presenting the vessel pauline vour addressed at bauer addressed by the court. In this case. I just hear this crap. I mean can you imagine these people's personalized i'm a big fan of the show what we do in the shadows. We've been watching the first two seasons get ready for the third season that's out. There's something called an energy vampire. Colin robinson and that. This person is an energy vampire. This is just you talk to this person for a minute and you just you fall asleep like he just. I can't handle this anymore. Yeah so the way which she repaid. Her lawyer was by moving to have her fired. And i'm just saying that it says notice correct the record. Fire the actor so yeah you think That public defenders are. Overworked underpaid underappreciated. There we go but you know. Carbon is still doing her level best right like she. She filed a status report. That said pauling. Bauer has asserted her right to represent herself in the instant case I was appointed service standby counsel. The united states has given me discovery right because they can. The discovery was procured by by means of usa ethics. Which is a password..

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"heroux" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Biden circumstance unintended consequences often lead to crushing reality when we do something that doesn't work out. Job marriage investment. There is usually held to pay as the cliche goes. That's where president biden finds himself on afghanistan. The botch us withdrawal will haunt him the rest of his days and will hurt america in a variety of ways. It doesn't matter what jen psaki. The minister of propaganda or the corrupt corporate media put forth the truth. Is that only a heroux. Heraldic action in the future. By the president could mitigate this colossal screw up. Place your bets now. If you think old joe will deliver heroism. Let's start with the reinvigorated. Jihadist movement now fanatical muslim killers. Have a huge safe haven in afghanistan if they have cable in hell osama bin laden is dancing with the devil as americans endure the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven later this week terrorists all over the world have reason to mobilize a week. Us president encourages that then. There is great britain. America's most important ally the government there. Apparently things biden is a nanny even leftists. Brits are generally appalled that the usa did not work with downing street in abandoning afghanistan. China and russia have to be very pleased by joe. Biden's failure expect trouble from those countries shortly but it is in the united states where the consequences will be most immediately felt. Joe biden is now a weakened leader all the job approval polling demonstrates that so his domestic agenda will be far more difficult to pass many in congress believe he is a detriment to this country so his bully pulpit is receding fast independent minded voters have is they clearly see. That biden is not really in command and his policies have been terrible at the southern border and in afghanistan economic hardship may likely follow and that will absolutely alienate working class. America's joe biden can hide but he cannot run from his circumstance again. Only a big win by the president will reverse is very visible. Failures is now being compared to jimmy carter as the midterm elections loom. It is not completely over for mr biden but he is behind by many touchdowns in the first quarter and the entire world.

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"heroux" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Together. I don't think they figured it out. Maybe yet but but they're working on it and in various just vajna gabriel. Obviously it's good to see this kind of an event comeback after after all the lockdowns sunday and after the pandemic do think there is more to come. What is the state is when it comes to car show at the moment. Do you think they are coming back again. I think that the show will be really open to it. Made that case that they ought to come back. It's been sort of well documented that that many many auto manufacturers were choosing to skip car shows even before the pandemic and and now this is kind of a return after the last couple of years where they couldn't hold these things and they're trying to not only show that that is safe to do and people will tom but also that it's still relevant that the car makers should show up to these things and pay the fees to be there and the public should come in the pressure. Calm it is. It is feeling a little quieter than normal. But i think that's probably expected at this stage of where we are in the in the pandemic and and i think it does seem like there is interesting that the manufacturers here in a big way and they're trying to innovate and people are coming. So that's a good sign for coaches. We'll see if there will be as many as there were in the past. We'll be still room for sort of you know a few that really do it right and we will definitely check in with your beat later this week. Gabriel thank you. That was monaco's transports correspondent. Gabriel gabrielli at the cia mobility. Show in munich. You're listening to the briefing on monocle. Tony form and finally on. Today's broke from milan design. Week is in full swing after a weekend of press and industry previews across the series furniture showroom and the heroux fair crowns. Monaco sneak meniscus there for us. I am delighted to say. He joins us now. Good afternoon to you nick. So dell's more about your plans and monaco plants. I what is monaco's presence in milan executive this week good question. I mean you won't be able to hear a little bit of atmosphere in the background here but we're running through the whole thing. But basically at the moment. I'm broke causing law from monaco's pop up space in the newly barshop on 'cause got about in brera which is one of the design districts here and essentially we partnered with the swiss brand usa rawson. Create this amazing space where we can bring designers for interviews. Have a chat showcase airways showcase the ways of usa and we've actually worked with 'em and rossignol to make a custom one off bike but this is air base of operations here from here. We've sort of been going out to the show to the row. Fairgrounds like you said and meeting people talking to people having a look at what people have been working on in the past year because obviously this event has gained eighteen months in the making in many ways. It's nice to have a base book for monocle here at milan design week absolutely. I wish i was there. Actually i've been hearing about some aspects of of celona this time round. And can you first about super celona space. That's the reimagined trade fair area. Yes so that's what. I was talking about out at the at the fairgrounds. So essentially all the participating brands have being given guess a space in this in this showroom and they're probably got about one by five minutes space each of them to i guess create displays and some are more straightforward with. They've just got their chairs or their tables or their sofer's sitting up and others of kind of got a little bit more creative more. My personal favorite is multi has designed. They're sort of space as if it was an an a lawyer or an airplane and set up their chairs which array release of of. Gop's chair that he designed for the first alitalia lange in the nineteen fifties. They've done a release of that. And i guess rather than showcasing their entire range. They've really just focused on this one chair and turned into this display by setting them up as as airplane chair. So i mean that's fabulous but yeah it's amazing to see. I guess everyone coming together and displaying. With what i just said to gabriel. Es well i will transport correspondent that it's such a delight seeing these events take place again. What is the mood like in milan. Now who are there. Yeah i mean it's it's really really really bubbly which is great. And then there's lots of lines of people because obviously this event is is really important to the millionnaires as well. So you've got people lining up to get in local designers journalists. Everyone sort of lining up to get into these different showrooms spread throughout the city. So there's obviously the roy fairgrounds but then there's the actual places where these brands have gotten presents. The pop temporary spaces some of them the other actual permanent spices. But we're seeing crowds of people everywhere and people milling out on the street. It's it's really really love lively here last year for. They design a design sitting milano.

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"heroux" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Let's sally. Takeover of afghanistan has post more questions than it has on stirred the insurgency groups. Promise that the country would no longer be a violent basil filtering hollow. As at least three people were short and killed at a protest in jalalabad. Senior taliban leaders also say afghanistan under their watch will not be a democracy. Mas will be ruled by sharia law will earlier. Today monaco's georgina godwin spoke to helene o'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine who witnessed to the changes in the country firsthand. She and tour photographer. Who recently left kabul for the netherlands. Let seventy seven. I was in herat the west and a couple of weeks ago. And i was there to cover what seemed to be at the taliban is sold it was actually taliban incursion into The western city of herat. It's very big important. Wealthy part of the country. I spent time on the front lines with a called ishmael. Khan who since given oak And he was working at the time with his militia alongside Soldiers on the national security directed afghanistan's who do how do we know a former perhaps secret service. And i watched them really losing and i thought i tried to get out up to two days. My plan had been forty eight hours. I was there for five days. Because the taliban taking the road to the airport the airport was causing. It was very difficult. And i decided dan event as was watching the reality of herat full. That tyrod was a big step towards kabul and that it was time to make arrangements to leave an i. I can't tell you how lucky. I was in my tiny because via flight that i took out We've my friend and colleague westwood hosseini the pulitzer prize winning photographer from afghanistan. Who i've been working with for a decade It was the last commercial flight wheels up on sunday morning. And i understand that you were told that you would make a very valuable a hostage victim of some sort. Well a yeah said happened. I'm we were essentially chased through a pot of ghanistan. Cold chart the governor of that district that the time was a woman and we went down there to report on her she just as heroux ick fantastic personality leading militias to ensure that the district didn't fall to the taliban who already had control of villages inside the district and in the evening. We decided that we would stay on the nash. Her invitation the name salima mazari. We decided we'd stay the night and at about nine o'clock calls came in that the taliban had moved out of the villages that they were controlling. And we're coming for the district centre so we had a fairly timely escaped in the duck glib stuff across fields where we walked for about an hour an hour and a half and found ourselves entertainment village in the middle of nowhere really and stayed the night there to be safe and i had thought naively the target of this attack was the governor but i was told later that the chatter that the ministry of information people had been picking up with dent. I was the talent. Because i would have been a fabulous valuable. What would you say prize. I guess a blond fairly high profile foreign and war correspondent Boozy indeed so yes. I did have an escape. And i've been in touch with people. I know who have. The taliban leaders on spayed island asked for a an with mullah barada and been told lean. They don't like you. They don't like what you've been rising and they won't be talking to you and you're very lucky that you're not in the country more. My suit also has been a very high profile. Tigerish us every time. I sat in. The passenger car of passengers is car the past three months. We've been working. I've had to look at bullets holes. Because his car was shot up in an aunt rush inside kabul a couple of years ago. So i think of myself at all as important but it seems that i would have been useful mesler. These important an important voice of afghanistan and i think really no. We are very lucky to have let the the country when we did. That was the journalist to lean donald speaking to us earlier. Let's get the latest. Now with acerra william paid who served us the case ambassador to afghanistan between two thousand and ten and two thousand twelve william. Welcome to the program so the taliban have said to. That's a women will be allowed to work and study on that these slummy scrip wishes for peaceful relations with other countries. Do you believe what the taliban asked you think. It's changed in the last twenty years. Well we can hope it is. I don't think we should take anything on trust. We should see what today's that they do. The being contradictory reports. Some taliban spokesman been saying oh yes. Women can be educated as long as it's up to the age of twelve and thirteen and lungs. It's separate so that sounds more old. School taliban other spokespeople smoother ones. The ones who have existed in utah saying that women can be educating be allowed to work We will have to wait and see about enough gun. Woman wouldn't be too hopeful. What do you think the next steps are. The taliban is scaring to take off to reach gained control of afghanistan. Well they're going have to so form a government. Because unlike the last time when they walked into kabul the after a prolonged civil war and ten years of russian of occupation where there was much state-building afghanistan was in ruins The they inherit now has functioning education system functioning health system functioning bureaucracy and they have a lot of people who've got their expectations. They'll be able to work as the better running economy and they don't really have much much experience of that. So i imagine they will want to reach out to others are. They're already in discussions with the former president hamid khazai and the the they're a loser. In the presidential elections of abdullah to who are hoping to form a more inclusive intimate interim administration their idea to have elections by the taliban are interested in elections the international monetary fund for example has said that afghanistan will no longer be able to excess. Its resources how often issue will money all the lack of before the taliban while they want to run a an economy will be a huge problem. I mean they've got nine billion dollars worth of reserves at their health in the federal reserve in new york there'd be frozen. They will access to that. A taliban Afghanistan was often very much a cash economy. There wasn't much banking system but at least it was for some people. They're going to need to export. They're going to need investment in minerals the that there's going to be a shortage of funds which may may moderate. They're the ambitions to have a pure islamic state. But we we'll have to wait and see you talk about exports any talk about investments and in order to do that you need to other countries. Do you think the international community will want to engage with afghanistan now. Well think they'll be reluctant. They won't be rushing to recognize. The taliban in britain doesn't recognize governments recognizes state. So that's not an issue. And they can they kind of practical level deal with. The taliban is needs must and that's been happening already at kabul airport. Our ambassador laurie. Bristow has been dealing with the taliban practical matters. I think we will want to Hold the taliban to some of them were positive statements about women's education about women being able to work there will also be concerns about their human rights records there. The justice system is pretty swift and lacks transparency. So how they treat individuals how they treat people who who worked for the the previous government how they treat people who they joke as collaborators. They're all things that we need to wait. And see. But i think we will eventually need to engage with whoever governs afghanistan. Just finally william. You did work and live in kabul. What does it feel like seeing the in the news now. Well i think he's a bit depressing. You know i feel a degree. A shame on behalf of our government's having brought about by the precipitate withdrawal of our forces..

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"heroux" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"I hope you enjoy it. Jimmy chan used to have a lot of sleepless nights at the start of her career. The british asian actor would lie in bed and think have. I made a big mistake. Am i going to let down my mom and dad could. I have had a secure career in her early twenties. She'd walked away from a training contract. Prestigious law firm after taking night classes and acting at the central school of speech and drama. She only evidence musical theater as a child. Parents had no showbiz connections. What was she thinking. Trying to be an actor. You feel that responsibility more. When you're a child of immigrants chun tells me today as we walked through a fine mist of rain in regent's park. it's the week after. She was photographed for the vote. Cover summoned to the thames at one. Am for sunrise sheet. Not subduction swans company but not much else so has sleep schedule is still out of whack. And she doesn't exactly have time to rest. What with jetting. Off to spain for top secret project tomorrow morning. Plus my dog keeps yanking her along the boardwalk at tree-lined boulevard within sniffing distance of the zoo. I like it on. Says she's taking charge after the blowout success of twenty eighteen crazy rich asians in which she played the immaculately put together but piercingly vulnerable socialite ostrich chan now thirty eight is finally hitting his stride. That's lead row in a ton. Os this autumn's feverishly anticipated marvel blockbuster directed by oscar winning author khloe sow which will be followed by the psychological thriller. Don't worry darling by book. Smart director olivia wilde opposite. Florence pugh in harry styles her most recent release. Disney's animated feature riot and the last dragon has grossed one hundred thirty two million dollars at the box office in a year when most cinemas was shuttered as the world begins to stir after the slumber of lockdown and after a distressing year rising anti-asian violence. John is unveiling herself. As a new kind of star unashamedly political community oriented and entirely capable of fronting. A two hundred million dollars superhero franchise. We first met on instagram. When she slipped into my. Dm's to ask whether i wanted to work with her on the launch of the stop c hate fundraising page which today has raised almost eighty thousand pounds for east and southeast asian grassroots organizations in the uk. She's just as casual and chatty in real life turning up to meet me in the early evening submarine in addidas tracksuit bottoms and trainers looking makeup. Free apart from a slick of mascara as we want to pass joggers. The only thing that might give away the celebrity in the mets is perfectly software which she has shoved unceremoniously under the hood. A red hunter mac. We already bumped elbows a few days earlier at the connaught hotel for vogues in conversation video. Where the five foot nine. Jaksa unsurprisingly chinese tomato war an elegant trench trust from rock and jimmy choo hughes. It was a novelty for both of us. I've been in sweatpants for a long time. She told me as. I admired outfit. I've loved this time of being elasticated. Wastes what does she spend it doing a lot of cheese. I did thousand piece jigsaw. She spent the beginning of the pandemic volunteering for cook. Nineteen ferrying some of it's fifty thousand muse to nhs frontline workers along with her boyfriend of three years fellow malvo cinematic universe. Or mc you ought to dominic cooper. We would just the guys. He turned up with the flap jackson. The food she says laughing. The porter's would recognize us but just in terms of oh as you guys the food careers who sometimes had stolen a sausage roll or two yet in the coming weeks channel slip into movie mode as never before most marvel films follow a crowd-pleasing formula extravagant fight scenes tongue in cheek guides plenty of easter eggs and most of all grand cgi enabled spectacle. Eternal is the newest installment of the all-conquering universe with sean. Playing sassy one of a group of immortal beings who come out of hiding to save humanity so far so malveaux. Not quite according to john. I think this is going to be a really different special foam. She says noting that sow is the woman at its helm. The chinese indie director is best known for the film. No mad land. Starring frances mcdormand about house louis van dwellers at the edge of society for which earlier this year dow became the first woman of color to win. Best director at the oscars malvo's intriguing. Choice of director has paid off on. Its first day. The attorney was trailer clocked in a staggering. Seventy seven million views. It has always been a passion for me to create a nuanced fema most hero that is rarely seen in this genre so emails jemma was very interested in this idea as well and took on the challenge. She is a great actress very intelligent and brave. She brought a beautiful sense of gentleness compassion and vulnerability to sassy. The i believe will invite view is to rethink what it means to be heroic festival. I never expected to be back in the. Afc says john. Who played the crease. Snipe minerva in twenty nineteenth hundred captain marvel so that was a surprise and then to be working with an east asian female director. I would never have dreamt of that even just a few years ago. What can you tell me about heroux before the nda hickson sursee is not your typical superhero. She's not necessarily the best fighter she doesn't have the most obviously impressive powers. The main thing is she's an empire. John says she has a connection with humans and with the world and the earth that a strength so i lent into that..

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"heroux" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"There's a crowdfunding page where you can actually make a cash contribution because there is a startup cost involved here so i. I hope you'll go and do that. Well let me get back to To winston marshall from mumford and sons. and what. this is an actor charity. You don't see you know we look for the reason to look for heroism. Maybe in sports professional sports and there were people that were heroux ick athletes right and it heroux week things off the field Or when they weren't playing a sport today you have. I can't think of anyone. it's so rare. The only guy. I can think of the that you could say is remotely heroic and is the dude that won the indianapolis five hundred together. Thanks to the sacred heart When he wanted. And then the guy that wins the nascar truck series races. Johnny something or other who always gives. Thanks to the immaculate heart. Marion sega heart. Jesus he says after every race when interviewing he goes well. I i just wanna say magma harda mary Pray for a sacred heart. Geez have mercy unthanked. Thanks to my lord and savior so you know. He's a catholic And he says is while the cameras are rolling. These are public acts of heroism. But what winston marshall here has done is. He put family above his band family. He put family as his priorities. That i'm not gonna do anything that will harm further harm. My family. i'm out i'm gone. That's an act of charity number one. And that's an act of courage and courageousness. We just don't see any longer. No and we have to be willing as you know. I know conservative can be sort of a a morpheus term but whatever we are we need to be able to find these people who are putting forth any sort of virtue because this is a rally right now You know we don't have any virtual left on the left wing political spectrum. you know There's no conviction really. It's just sort of whatever's politically expedient. There are no principles anyone's living willing to die for if you can find somebody who look like the american founding obviously okay maybe doesn't fit catholic principles just war and stuff but the reason why they're so impressive as far as historical figures because for better for worse. They said i have convictions. I'll go after those things. Come hell or high water. There's a natural courage virtue in that. We don't even have that any more we have none of that doesn't exist. It doesn't exist Most conservative politicians. It doesn't exist with liberals for sure so when you find someone like this band member who's probably socially kind of liberal in some ways but he's saying no truth is truth and lies are lies and i won't live by lies that's a man who's oriented towards doing the right thing and in this wasteland were in right now..

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"heroux" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Movie Crush

"He admired bob because bob was this sort of winning fund jovial englishman when the tables are turned and then he is the by for a little bill He's he's in over his head and he knows it in that he's a sadist and a an genuinely evil person in. that's not who english. Bob was the beau champ character. Yeah he fascinates me for for a lot of reasons. And i think you hit on it When you're talking about like the myth of the old west and now i feel like the western compared to some other genres is kind of a very much of cinema right. That cinema really created the western. So we have this sort of archetypes. The archetypes of westerns. You know the good gunslinger Staring down outgunned outmanned staring down a room of bad guys and taking them all out against the odds and beau champ is is writing these basically very much fictitious stories as we learn with english bob when little bill sort of corrects him on missouri. Who was writing about okay. Here's what actually happened. It was not heroic at all. Bob was drunk and story about murky. That was pretty funny. Yeah the duck. The duck of death really duke. The duke of death the duck of death really just kinda got lucky and took his time and shot the guy sort of unarmed and without any honor in quotation marks and then though the sort of bo champs switches allegiances and he stays with hackman. Because he's enamored with hearing hackman stories and then you see them sort of In in hackman's leaky house with ruth leaking water. And he's telling more stories and you can tell that he's embellishing them himself right. Yeah that's just the lows in it. Yeah and then. Finally what i think is interesting is during the final shootout when when eastwood shows up and he you know he kills the room of quote unquote bad guys and and beau champ is in the back and you see though. His face like light up three enters the room once he starts taking out guys. He's like he's he's sort of twisted -ly fascinated by and he's almost like oh this is this is the the best one of them. All this is the king of slingers and he immediately says okay. Who did you shoot first. And it's usually traditionally the the fastest gun you want to take out the most lethal and he switches like. Oh i just got lucky you know. But he's clearly alike still fascinated by this and even though he's witnessed this horrific violence he still wants to sort of embellish it and write more books about it yet an eastwood key. Because they're they're all like bill. Bill's kinda pooh-poohing the whole biographer. Thing until he is his biographer. And he's way into it and he's embellishing like you said in adding to the the mystifying of these of himself in people like him But but Money just will. Money doesn't care about any of that stuff like that his chance. His entry point is to go right like he has the chance. The doors open to start telling his story to this guy and he just doesn't give a shit he doesn't want it he'd want to kill people anymore. He doesn't want to glorify killing people anymore. I mean that's what this whole movie is about is about the the guilt that this man feels about the horrible things he's done in his past and how he feels he is a bad guy and he was a bad guy killed women and children and was drunk. I yeah i think that's sort of late in the film revelation. Yeah where. I think one of the prostitutes says. Oh you're the guy. Little bill said you're the guy who dynamited so and so's place and killed women and children and suddenly as a viewer. You immediately suddenly like your world. View is rocked. Because you wanted to think of eastwood's character as this like stoic guy. Who probably killed for good reasons in his past and yeah things got a little dirty but always did maybe not the right thing but the thing that needed to be done And suddenly you're like wait a minute. This guy is not nearly as Heroux eric and worth admiration as i might have thought it makes you make a choice You know like 'cause you know something was up. Because he's a band clearly haunted from his past. They sorta lead you to believe that it's only because of his wife who had passed away But the you could tell that there's something more he's drinking anymore Alcoholism is different back. Then because it annoyed me how much morgan freeman kept trying to get him to drink again. And i was like stop. You not supposed to do. That don't enable them. i don't think enabling was the word back then yeah But boy that makes it so powerful when he takes up auto at the end and finally starts drinking. You know yeah so. I'm very curious that that sort of ending. We've been talking about a little bit where he finally shows up to the saloon And he basically. He's outmanned outgunned and yet he takes out. I don't know guys who knows maybe more without a scratch on him like when you're watching that what is your reaction to it I was into it. Because i like a good revenge. Killing in a movie Little bill was a bad guy. I think they set it up such that. You would definitely root for that because of the The beginning was so brutal when they cut that woman up that was a brutal seemed to see. And so you really want those fucking guys to to get there's But those guys had already gotten. There's it's interesting like he kills the bar. Saloon owner In cold blood it just for you know. Having morgan freeman body displayed out in front which he didn't really have a choice of i imagine little bill was you know he's calling all the shots in that down so i mean that's kind of one of the things i like about. This movie is there. It's not so clear cut and they are a little ambiguous with.

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"heroux" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"I had a small thought. It was Something that i had heard In a lecture series Cultures commit to writing oral traditions When they're sort of in a crisis in they're worried that their Stories will be forgotten like towards the end of their. I guess civilizational life cycle uh than anyone else accident or go someplace different. I mean i will say in general. I think you know this is I think a lot of this stuff is building on each other. So i actually let you talk to her. You're going to say something. This is going to change subject because heroux to had something he'd written in the chat okay He had a Question in what ways do Liberals specifically still be entreat uneducated underdeveloped. Lower classes is not fully aware of their humanity S pre platonic unions. Well it's kind of. He's kind of loaded it right. He's kind of loaded. This this this question us. A lot of words that are Have a negative connotation like.

"heroux" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Like that's kind of a thing right and you can see how those sort of animalistic instincts that we have and tribal instincts that we have our and and the heroic instincts that we have are captured and capitalized on and by like a call switz- like when you read call switch like i'm down with geraldo efforts on down with tribal behavior. I'm down with being brave. Like all those things. Just roll right into this. So if you don't wanna be that guy that sorta like well. Maybe we should think about these soldiers as human beings. Who's doing that. Apparently no-one apparently no-one so what you have. I guess what i'm saying. Is you have a a human instinct and a human slash animal instinct to be tribal to be heroux iq to be sacrificial to make sacrifices for the tribe. I mean what is a hero. I've talked about this before. A hero is someone that's not doing not making a sacrifice for himself right of heroes someone that's making a sacrifice for someone else and that's a common. That's just the definition of a hero in any language. So when you say. Hey we've got kind of a program here that allows us to be heroic on a massive scale. This is what you end up with and we kind of lean towards and we tend towards and you can see how you can see how the contrary is that you have ladele heart hussein. Hey not smart not smart it's better to maneuver it's better to leave. It's better to retreat. It's better to attack on a different day. And and how is he getting brand. Who's getting branded like. What the hell are you talking about a coward. Yeah is that what's going on your coward. He's like hey. Brian wounded three times and gassed almost to death. You fucking savages. You don't know what that was like you talk about. How many times has come up the the capacity for the dehumanisation of our enemies. And how there's a danger in there and there's there's a natural piece of that but you gotta keep it to a to a certain place but i think for me to reconcile dehumanisation own men. I understand the dehumanisation of the i understand that. And i also understand that. There is a limit to that too. If you go too far you could undermine your own objectives. We know that we know that. But the ability to do that with your own men. Your your own people. It's i think that's why water one search just sit in. Its own category of just so hard to come to grips with with us doing them and it does in its own category. As far as i'm concerned. And i guess that's where we end up with these two kind of opposing theories of war and who wants to be called the wimp who wants to be called the week right because that's where you could easily go back to the heart and say like he wants to run away. Yeah he the attack people from the rear. There's a time where attacking someone the rear. Shoot him in. The back was like a horrible thing. Right side of cowardice cowardice to go around and not line up like the other team. Shoot him in the back. Yeah i'd been the coolest part about being on the podcast and this seat is this. Is i hear this. Live as you're reading it i don't i don't get advance copies like say dave were prepping as i get to hear this and i i'm i'm thinking and i'm trying analyzing i'm making connections and correlations and i've kind of just been chuckling. A little bit of hardest hammering clausewitz but he he. It's almost like i understand more now of why he so brutal on the attack of him when he made that connection of. He's the reason why we had generals. And he. I think he used the word blunders. Which is about as nice as you can describe what those leaders did an order or one is. I actually think. I understand why he's so brutal on him is because of what let and i don't think he's doing a good job saying i knew was..

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"heroux" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Well as the emcee podcast network. It'll keep you guys up to date on everything going on across major league baseball on an up to the minute basis. Gotta love twitter. When something's happening out there we'll take to twitter. Keep you guys posted as well as facebook. Kit kit subscribe and you'll be It'll be on your news feed so there you'll get the latest information on everything taking place here across baseball but here in segment number two. I wanted to talk to you guys about the nc double a. Regionals that took place over this past weekend where there any surprises yes absolutely as well as some jock right some status quo that took place over the weekend but i wanted to dive into all the regionals to give you guys in updates on the teams that are advancing to the super regional. This next weekend and ultimately battling to best two out of three to see who's going to make it to omaha so starting with the one seed you had the arkansas razorbacks in the fayetteville regional the winner of this regional ultimately was the arkansas razorbacks but not without a test. Right in nebraska. Push to arkansas pushed quite some time. I mean if you're looking at it the first game of the weekend. Arkansas beat njit by a score of thirteen to eight and this was a pretty valiant effort by njit to make this only a five run ballgame and then in the two three game. Nebraska advanced by a score of eight to six over northeastern and then the elimination bracket. Njit one game over northeastern so the four seed njit who. I played a number of times in my college. Career was able to win a game in regionals arkansas eventually beat nebraska in the winners bracket and then nebraska bounce back by a score of eighteen to four over. Njit to lead to an arkansas nebraska of finale there were nebraska would have to beat arkansas twice and they were able to do so in game one nebraska won by a score of five to three which provided a game seven so to speak to which arkansas was able to win by a score of sixty two but brassica was up two. Nothing in that game at four star could saw to go to their relief. Ace kevin cops in the third inning. Who came in and through seven innings of scoreless relief. One hundred and some pitches which was much more than they usually like to use. Kevin cops but it was an impressive outing by him and ultimately the number one seed. Arkansas was able to advance and head to the super-regional so arkansas didn't just cake walk through. This regional like people had anticipated nebraska. The big ten was able to give them a run for their money. Next we have the austin regional with number two texas and honestly texas ran through this region. Without much of a problem they won. It's three games. They went three no by a combined. Score of thirty three to five. The longhorns thirty three runs on the weekend where the second most in regional since the fourteen format was introduced in nineteen ninety nine so their offense was absolutely clicking. They won the first round game. Over southern you buy score of eleven nothing. Arizona state then defeated fairfield texas took care of arizona state by a score of ten to three to advance through the first two games. Fairfield bounce back beats other new. And then actually defeated arizona state so fairfield making a heck of a run and ultimately before falling to texas by a score of twelve to two and again texas thirty five or thirty three to five total in this region when it came to score just kind of running through and really showed that they could be a favorite. If they're able to keep this offense up when they head to omaha next up. We got the knoxville regional. Tennessee was hosting. They got pushed to the brink friday night. By right state until drew gilbert was able to hit a walk off grand slam and deliver deliver a nine eight victory so the four seed right state was almost able to beat the one seed there if it wasn't for their heroux ix of gilbert and then tennessee kind of settled down right found themselves into a groove. They were able to beat liberty twice and advance to the super regional for the first time since two thousand five but gilbert remained hot through the entire regional. He homered in all three games and was really the guy who was the difference maker for tennessee but liberty had defeated duke in the first round duke. Bounce back beat right. State liberty beat duke once again and then tennessee of course defeating liberty twice by a score of nine to three and three two one to ultimately win the regional. But that one could have went completely different. Is it was. If it wasn't for the heroics of drew gilbert day one there and fighting off the feisty right state to win that first round match up next we have the nashville regional who was hosted by vanderbilt and vanderbilt was able to sweep through this region without a ton of drama. Yes georgia tech. Push them a couple of times. They beat georgia tech in the. Let's see here second round by a score of four to three before ultimately Beating them once again in game six the winter. Go home game for georgia tech by a score of fourteen to eleven. So that four to three game win eleven innings but ultimately vanderbilt was able to come out on top as georgia tech defeated indiana state in the first round indiana state then beat presbyterian georgia tech beat indiana state after losing a vanderbilt before volley into van de once again so vanderbilt advances in your top four seeds basically all advanced so it's jock throughout the bracket here at this point During my predictions. I think i had shocked for the first eight. But ultimately that's not how it played out the tucson regional and arizona arizona. Did sweep through this regional knocking off grand canyon in the opener before beating. Uc santa barbara twice. Arizona obviously known for their offense but they had a heck of a weekend pitching they held. Uc santa barbara only two runs over the two games as arizona. Defeated grand canyon. Twelve to six and then uc santa barbara ford. Nothing in five to two oklahoma state. Who is the two seed lost to. Uc santa barbara in round. One bounce back to be grand canyon before uc santa barbara defeated them. Once again and ultimately arizona took home the regional so the wildcats at arizona advance and your first five seeds are moving on. This is where things got interesting. The fort worth regional dallas baptist. The three seat of the regional actually won this regional. Tcu beat macneice in round one. Dallas baptist defeated oregon.

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"heroux" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The lethal cruelty towards george. Floyd called into question. These deeply embedded assumptions really forced hollywood to reevaluate how it depicts police and police reality shows including kop's and live pd were cancelled writers for scripted. Shows centered around saying like brooklyn nine nine and swat said they were reporting how they depict police officers on their shows and the uprisings also led to a number of long overdue changes multiple white actors announced. They would no longer be voicing characters of color on animated shows and the bachelor announced. Its first black lead now one year. Since george floyd murder a number of scripted television shows have attempted to incorporate the racial justice uprisings directly into their plots with mixed results like in the recent episode of the abc drama. A million little things. Hey no scum. Kiki sent me this video. His name was. George floyd with me now to talk about this year of race and change in hollywood is eric. Duggan's the television critic for npr. Nice to talk with eric. Thanks for having absolutely so. How big of a deal was it when both cops in life. Pd were cancelled last summer. That was a huge deal. cops was a franchise that had been around for something like thirty years and life. Pd was any anti channel's highest rated show so it wasn't A case of the industry turning its back on a little known show or a show that people now are show. It wasn't making money but critics like me have been complaining about these shows For a very long time i i. I've been critiquing cops. Since at least the early two thousand and you know the big problem with it is the way that it sorta trivializes that lot of the issues that these cops are dealing with. The police have to a tremendous amount of control over the footage. These essense that because there are these roving bands of camera people traveling with the cops that it encourages the police officers to perform over police in. Try to make something happen for the cameras and the footage is as litany of people who are caught in terrible circumstances but you rarely see their point of view it. Is you know people struggling with addiction. People making terrible choices people at the worst moments of their lives. But i saw from the perspective of the police officer. And of course you know. There's a message that descends about people of color impor- people so i was overjoyed to see. Both of these shows go away. And i hope that we don't see them return anytime soon. Now presumably scripted. Police procedural would give the opportunity for writers to give us some of that other perspective that you're talking about to tell us this story from of you that we don't get on those reality shows but that doesn't seem to be what happens. The officers are still consistently the heroes. That's that's an interesting point. You know i was talking with david. Simon they did critter the wire about this too long ago and and he made a great point. Which is that you know on. Most of these shows the camera and therefore the perspective of the audience is always with the police officer So that's it's the police officer humanized and the show was focused on them. So a show like cop or spot or fbi or law and order. It's always about the perspective of the police officers or the lawyers the prosecutors so you're you're encouraged to sympathize with damn identified with them and see every story from their perspective. And so when you're trying to talk about something like a systemic Prejudice or racism in policing against people of color. You know the place where you place. The camera is not like with the cops. So that's why it's so hard for these shows because the problem that people are trying to articulate about how people are being policed is that it's a system that collapsed in corrupts every cop that's part of it and even though police officers their lot of great people who are police officers. Who wanna do the right thing. The question is whether the system forces them in the situations where they ended up doing Not great things. And so if the name of your show is fbi or if the name of your show is swat. That can't be a message that the show could be comfortable transmitting. It's always gotta be Number one it's the thin blue line. You know courageous cops are the protectors of society against turbo criminals and also individual cops can be heroux oik and an rise above whatever terrible decisions about policing produce. The incident happened to george. Floyd and both of those ideas are things that society wants to believe. But not necessarily what happens realize so. Let me ask this tough piece. Then that now that we're A year in cannes this moment be in fact transformational given the the systemic realities that. You've just pointed out. Is it possible for us to see real meaningful change in hollywood. I think it is possible for us to see different kinds of stories. But i don't think we're gonna see those kinds of stories from your typical police procedural on broadcast television because as i said the whole framework of the narrative of the telling just makes it impossible to do that With likely and also this takes time. You know i remember when nine eleven happened and there were. Tv shows that tried right away to tell stories that were related to to nine eleven and they were kind of clunky and awkward because it takes time to process something that monumental and then create a piece of television that really speaks to it and so i think part of the problem too is that like the industry had shut down over the summer. You all these writers rooms that were meeting by zoom george. Floyd was killed in may and so all these writers writer's room for starting starting up again and you had all these writers wanted to try and tackle this but the impact was fresh and they were working in these very narrow constraints the shows that were already established at all had their heroes villains plotted out. What i'm expecting to see. Is new products that will be configured from the ground up the tell these stories in a way that makes sense and that gets at some of the structural inequalities in the systemic racism and. That's what i'm waiting for and that and that takes time. Yes and in that sense. I suppose change in policing change in hollywood is much like democracy itself. We've got a process. It takes time to be something new. Eric duggan's television critic.

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"heroux" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"The hollywood shit that they've layered onto it but now we have to like make a running gun battle with the taliban. Yes this is listening. We can talk about because this is not this fucking. This is just pure slapstick. The i want to talk about this. Because it's the that i kind of like. They did find him they did find panty that did find latrell and they were harboring they did like and it was. Shot apparently was shot. Who's down there. Who found the hut that he was like being sheltered in and them pointing their guns and stuff and like in a standoff in actually pointed guns but shaw was outnumbered. And he's like look. I'm outnumbered right now. Whatever you'll save fennell that that was apparently legit but then coming back and the rescue happening while this village is being stolen by the taliban. That's that's that's the part. You're talking about josh right. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah so they. They showed up and they mean more than they push their way into village. They were armed. They beat the shit. Allah trowel in a room like it kind of as we see later but the it didn't like some running thing in latrell defending himself with a knife like that never happened. Lou golob was the one who pushed them out and it was all words it was it was him saying like get the fuck out of my village. This is our guest. We are going to kill you. And shaw saying if you do this. You're dead your family's dead like everything you know is dead like that's heroux ick enough like why. Why do we have to invent this other share and like make like mark latrell win a knife fight and like this running gun battle as as coalition forces closing with like because we want to see the one thirty five shells. Do you wanna talk. Show go man. I don't want to jump too far ahead but it's like you know you were talking about this okay cool. I just wanted to make sure because we're basically at the where they're having this shootout manatt when the because when you watch this whole you know when we had our original four main characters and just see them you know especially with a meal. Hershey that guy take the wedding ring. And it's like dude watching ben foster in watching these characters. Die that when that helicopter comes. I think it's a helicopter. I might be wrong but it just switches that black and white and it's like the movie is because i think the only way that i can look at this as a film and try to be objective about it is if i think like this. Not this is not a piece of fiction. But if i can think of it as a piece of fiction helps me try to critique it as a film be objective about it knowing that the story is bullshit anyway so that is one of the parts of its effective as a movie as you know when we see these guys and you know of course they get driven off and they come back but when they come back and they're just fucking them up and it's like dude. It's the relief and that's the release that we've been wanting and needing really. The whole movie is to just finally get to a point where it's like okay. It's done white. We are done. You're safe. There's no way anything can fucking happen from here. You're good you know. And that's the part that i do love it. Just the kind of the just the ease of everything. I okay. They've got him he's you know he's matter they're kind of feeling about it..

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"heroux" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast

The No Budget Filmcast

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"heroux" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast

"Welcome to the no budget. Indie film cast into the independent film universe to highlight those little films that you might not have heard about elsewhere. Where will you agree with our panel or we'll our panel agree with each other tune in to find out need to started doing vocal warm up or something before i start saying that in the lockdown. Isn't it because people aren't talking. As much i noticed during the day yeah except zoom or something so our muslim shrinking something probably like Don't communicate anymore the sa- grunts Okay we are watching greener grass by jocelyn beard bore and don or wavy or something like that they heroux in co directed this film and it's actually originally was a short on where reviewed a few episodes back in when we found that they did a feature film of it sided debris view at around this time to see how well it does as a feature versus short. So what it does is it. Follows the two women justin and dawn as they. They're kind of competitive. Twits cords one another in a Czars suburban world. That kind of the way. I was thinking of is imagine if david lynch directed an episode of leave it to beaver but it was also in caller and very causal and high death so everyone lives in this little kind of suburban community. That husbands are interchangeable and they actually entertain to one point child becomes dog They ride around in golf carts and It just kind of a bizarre world of weirdness and relationship between the two women as one woman is constantly trying to get everybody to like her in. The other woman is kind of taking advantage of that i. It was interesting because as a short film. I really liked it. I thought it was really and enjoyable and as a feature film all of those jokes that were in the short film were also in the future but don't know if they fully held up in the form of a feature film It made you know you you kind of you saw when something happened in short. You're like okay. That's cool to have short than just kind of draws out longer and longer and The story felt a bit light to me in the feature film. What made it a little bit more enjoyable. I think was just weirdness of it. I don't know what are you guessing. Hey i know yes claire. How much does a cost us. To host this podcast. It's free free. Yup one hundred percent no charge. We use inker dot. Fm anchor is a super easy way to make upon cast for example besides offering free hosting they offer other services such as creation tools that we can use to record the show on a phone or computer and not only. Do they do all that. They automatically distributed on casts. Boris so it can be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more often and there's more more play. Yes more most podcast. Advertising services require each episode out thousands of downloads sponsorship now with anchor users can make money from podcasting with no minimum listenership. Wow everything needs to make a podcast in one place. Sure is all you need to do. His download the free ankara anchor. Fm get starting this. It's it wouldn't be everyone's cup of tea. Some people would turn it on and not like and when. I watched the shorts i at first i got a shocking. This is crazy but actually really enjoyed it in a weird bizarre way. So i didn't know they might have peach onto the told us. And i prefer the feature i think because the characters more and i think as well it is it is so bizarre but if you kind of stick with it and buy into that bizarreness. It is absolutely fascinating. It's a filament. you'd watch twice. I think because. I guess some of the stuff more. It's like if you take someone who is who is too nice are a bit of a dorm us and taken to the extreme character. Jalen jill the main character lease so jill is the dark haired girl. And lisa is gonna grow. So janelle is like she the walkover seaver. The doormat pleaser will do anything to so if you take extreme even At the opening she she gives away her baby to her friend. Her friend assar. Oh can i have your baby. She operates baby to a friends. So it was an energy takes takes the baby and she didn't give it back to joe an so bizarre it. It's crazy and stafford. House differed wives desperate housewives looking living in a bubble where dry dog dry brandon cards and would moments they leave. The agile believes that the They're outsiders and then returns wish would kind of a different perspective. It's of interesting and one kind of hard to understand that lucas has look bird. You interview afterwards. Was the observer really weird observer guy A woman and the robs. That was a bit tricky to understand so some aspects. Were a bit tricky. But if you buy into the bizarreness you you really enjoys another thing. As well is a taught the look of it. I love to look at it. And the castings the customs. There are so colorful everyone so highly. It's it it really really created this world like it wasn't just half done even just the props in the food and under ordering braces. It's really bizarre. And sometimes you think oh did. I miss bishkek. The husband swapped woman. Did the baby is boy girl again. And you get a little bit confused like i do. I miss that. Don't make mistakes. They rigged. I talked about china. The a girl boy or they in purpose. And i just read meyer these actresses who think they started off this improv group upright citizens brigade's if they're gonna improv group and they wrote rex short turn to feature. I was reading precipice. A little bit conflicted by this. Because a i.

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"heroux" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"heroux" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We see an every battle royal and the miz gets the win dumb. Well he's so. There's that i guess i mean i don't know it's just dumb but it gives him another talking point and they love to have the ms talk so there you go. That's what we'll here tonight on raw again. It's the show was. The show was what it was and it was just this special feeling of the survivor series is gone and i know some people were criticizing the undertaker and how you know not really criticizing the undertaker but you know kind of playing out the fact that it's in an empty room and all that stuff and it's like what do you expect you know. What do you want him to. Do you know be happy for all of his friends to got to be there. And i'm sure everybody had a great night partying so you look at it that way and as you've mentioned there's still going to be a hall of fame ceremony sometime down the line and there will not one with the undertaker without fans. Because it's one of the few draws that. I think you can actually get tickets. Sold for no matter how many it is so. That's something that's going to be down the line as well too. And you know i i thought it was i for what it was. I thought it was fine. You know it was a little bit hokey but who cares. I mean it was a nice way. I guess to put a you know a closed the bracket on thirty years of the undertaker more people are texting about here today. What if lana is number thirty in the royal rumble and everyone gets eliminated before she comes out and she wins by default. Well i mean two days ago. I would've said that'd be the stupidest idea ever but after watching survivor series. I mean i wouldn't be surprised one bit if they did that and figured it was a way to get her over. I mean i could tell you this. They have been considering doing that. Finish for years not with anybody in particular. But i mean it comes down and there's two guys left and and number thirty hasn't come out yet. And the last two people eliminate themselves and then number thirty centers on down to the ring and winds. And you know. I heard the idea before. I'm sure if they ever even considered actually doing it but people there have told me the idea of you know the one year remember when daniel bryan was was unable to compete and we thought that he was retired forever. Like i heard people suggesting a den. Like no one can touch brian. So what you do. The big surprise and the last two people get eliminated number thirty like daniel bryan and he does have to step into the ring and he wins of course. Then you've got the issue that the person has to headline wrestlemainia which you can't do with daniel bryan. But i mean you could do that with lana. Everybody eliminates themselves. And i guess. Have you watched her chronicle which did not. I saw the clip from the chronicle. But i guess somebody said like the overall overarching story there was. Lana saying you know if if you're being bullied and everything like that sometimes you just have to stand there and and you'll win in the end and like that was some build toward standing there on the steps and winning in the end and i could see was a great finish because of what she said. It's like no snow is a horrible finish horrible no matter what and it's it's not being heroic there's a royal rumble and everyone gets eliminated and then number thirty music plays and you just walk into the ring and you win. That's not heroux oik. It doesn't matter what she said on chronicle. It's a stupid finish okay. I'll bite though. I'll bite and say yeah okay. They did it on chronicle then in that case make sure that you debut chronicle and you drive this point home in programming and you insert it in. We've it into everything that's been going on because otherwise who's watched chronicle and it's unfortunate that so many of those things on the network are not destination programming. They're not they're not made to be special. They're not made to try to get people to go out of their way and watch and you see these awesome profile pieces on lots of different people awesome. But if you're going to do that and use that as a part of your reasoning for why things went the way they did then you better mentioned it and say something about it and i try to do it after the fact although that's what they do is try to rewrite history so they go. Let's see here. How convince it One of these w. e. w. things can get out of here go go checks another show. Now be said something. They were a what aboutism brian. Not only are you one hundred percent rights on ms dumb but the whole reason they gave ms. The win was to tease the cassian. And then he never even showed up on the main show. They only teased it. Because it was trending on twitter that it was ten years to the day of him cashing in for the first time. That's that's that's wonderful great. So what you do is dominic winds and then msd as a promo on the show and teases cashing in. It's fine. it's not hard i mean. Why do we have to make everything hard. Just do what makes sense. And do what's best for business. And then find another way to your stupid teases which you didn't deliver on a moment. Observer live this year firefighters like five chief. James hall will battle wildfires around the country in hopes of containing them. But firefighters can't do it alone a single ember that escapes from the welfare travel. More than a mile or it can ignite and destroy your home and community get fire adapted. Learn simple steps. You can take now to reduce wildfire damage later at fireadapted dot. Org a public service message brought to you by the us forest service and the ad council learn more at fire adapted dot org. So who's going to do what flashlights. Nowhere to be found. Emergency supply kits not packed. What about blankets towel. Cellphones may not work emergency water. 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"heroux" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"heroux" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"Tail. The tail keeps turning. The tail. Keeps turning the dog keeps chasing that tail just crazy. So let's get back to the conspiracy theory aspect. I I like to know when corporations are being nefarious when they're taking advantage of the people I find like these virtues signals as just kind of a key. Oh Yeah we're donating. You know dot like ice on twitter. Dove is look at our website for what dove is doing to help out during this crisis. Oh thank you thank you for letting everybody know how heroux. Qr One hundred and eighty million dollars in sales each year. Only give a million of that to people who have the disease and don't have the healthcare to keep themselves on ventilators about that. There will be a heroic thing what you do that. Give away one million of your hundred eighty million dollars and I'd like to know is how much money is your. Ceo Making is he some of these. Ceo's IT'S NEAT. I'm happy to see it. I'm happy to see it where they're taking pay cuts.

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"heroux" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"heroux" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Bring gloves and masks with them they should be prepared enough to have some sort of disposal system with them at their condo in Providence used masks tossed aside on city streets take the extra minute to just to just dispose of it properly rather DM says we're your gloves and take them off in a plastic bag or a trash bag ceiling okay throw your trash watch your hands the same goes for masks even if you're using them on a walk in the park or beach let's think about everybody else out there in the Rhode Island community are you willing to find someone for littering absolutely we catch somebody I would encourage police chief absolutely do that adult borough mayor Paul Heroux says people will face consequences for leaving their dangerous litter behind people know what the right thing to do is these are excel socially you know we're all in this together in a time when corona virus is spreading rapidly protecting ourselves and others is as simple as throwing your trash away the American medical association is calling for all remaining cities and states to issue stay at home orders to better enforce social distancing guidelines president Patrice Harris says these enforcements need to remain in place until evidence shows that it's safe to return to normal and she adds that new routines can help those struggling with the uncertainty and the fear during the pandemic association also says they'll be diligently collecting scientific data surrounding the virus even after its peak so that's according to the American medical association saying keep your distance and if you can do it stay at home you know president trump says he sees the light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to the corona virus outbreak opening the White House a teleconference with some business leaders yesterday president also predicted that the national economy will quote take off like a rocket once this crisis is past not to that end the president pledged ongoing help to struggling small businesses and later during a White House briefing said more money is coming the treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin explaining that immediate efforts to pump more money into a small business stimulus fund possibly up to two hundred and fifty billion that's with a B. dollars speaking of stimulation our nation's kids will likely be getting their brains working in actual classes this fall hopefully that's what Dr Anthony Fauci said at a White House Garrone of his task force briefing Wiley warns it's still not an absolute prediction for cheese thanks that we're going to be in good shape still forty warns things will be different because the respiratory illness isn't just going to disappear he said the bottom line is he offered no absolute protection but I think we're going to be in good shape so the White House coronavirus task force says it's working on many fronts to slow the spread to help Americans against this virus and all of its effects here's more from fox's Grinnell Scott on the economic front president trump says he's reaching out for more stimulus I'll be asking Congress to provide an additional two hundred and fifty billion dollars for the paycheck protection medically while all people are at risk there is a heightened concern for African Americans underlying conditions high blood pressure diabetes are common among them Dr Anthony Fauci says the things that get people into icy use that require intubation and often lead to death they are just those very comorbidities but task force members say slower spread in the western U. S. and fewer hospitalizations in New York offer some encouragement colonel Scott fox news since nineteen minutes past five o'clock now so exactly where does the United States stand with cool but nineteen at last check they were more than three hundred ninety nine thousand cases across the United States was just over twelve thousand patients succumbing to the illness no more than twenty two thousand have recovered that's two thousand in the last twenty four hours alone by the way globally the number stands at just over one point four million people infected by the virus with more than eighty two thousand dead on the plus side more than three hundred one thousand have recovered but also you have to remember the raw numbers don't tell the complete tail because the fact is for more than eighty one percent of people who are diagnosed with COPD nineteen the coronavirus eighty one percent over those people when they have the symptoms they're considered mild as we look ahead to life returning to normal or something close to it many companies are looking at how the going to be able to move forward to and among them Disney company officials are already discussing the best way to go about safety when their theme parks reopened for business executive chair Bob Eiger he spoke to Barron's magazine said that one possibility is actually taking the temperatures of park guests before they're admitted in I granted that people have to feel safe when returning to a new sense of normal Disney parks have been closed indefinitely amid the cove in nineteen crisis country icon Kenny Rogers is going to be remembered tonight during the TV special here's fox's Tanya J. 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"heroux" Discussed on Heyer Today

Heyer Today

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"heroux" Discussed on Heyer Today

"So if I look, she says getting stabbed. Regency Bar Classic Lord worst is like I mean he does try pissing she doesn't want him. Out. And still less to try and prove a point. About that Bar Frederica, what's he called over Stoke I love the ball tangle he's untested ball one of my favorites. Waving scale Farris dorte fit what a fantastic name that is I tell Harriet about my love of Venetia. For some reason I I don't know since doing research. I had this little theory and I saw echoes and this is purely me putting my own perspective on a between head and her real life husband. Interesting. There was such good friends throughout their lives. It didn't have a massive sexual connection. Yeah. Yeah. They were the dearest of friends. I have a big spot for Freddie standing from Castilian yet but you know in every other book of hers, he would be the best friend of the hero. He's kind of just very silly but I loved what in a slight what you're talking about he wins three by Dan because he's just so practical and helpful any actually helps his heroin you know in in in useful ways and such funny. So many funny lines in the book about how you know she. She thinks about when she really thinks about it being carried off by the hero on his horse would actually be quite inconvenient. Like. Football nut she does sometimes she inverted heroux heroes doesn't she? She still she takes the stereotype of them and what that really depressing one about that sits with the daughter a civil contract. Yes that's that's always been my least favorite but I'm I'm coming round to a bit more now because there's some really interesting things that she does in a book it was kind of like the bold reality of it. That kind of ways put me yet I want a spot. I saw go the is depressing Elizabeth could thought it used to be her favorite one and the one I ask you about because I just absolutely can take it or leave instagram Sophie. going. Complete arrogance I know. He's pump pesenti cousin a she's great. You spent the whole time doing down of being like Super Bowl Ring. You know he'd be if you went round task today east out by the start repeats make sure you take. And, also you get the feeling. She's decided wife from page one. Yeah. She's GonNa have him. But then again while the and you sort of you start to see him through a different lights drew but he does come off as very very pompous. It doesn't make my halt saying the end thing. I think with a lot to the other down morale all Ravens Call, Oh vitally that they have a sense of humor. That, you'd have some loss whereas Dorsey controversial dorothy gorgeous as I often think life would not be much on married to him. 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It's not quite as picture perfect as it might appear all the chapters have rules which relate to Laura's predicament I thought it might be fun to see what rules we could cook up regarding. Regency Romance Novels. Number one have your carriage breakdown near a house. Good idea. Basically, it's easy a weapon. Before mobile phones if you talked to any. Writing today those day everything's easy before my both finds being abandoned in a small town could share. This happens all the time being slightly short-sighted isn't Hester Rig Muslim question cited off calls even. Now be ready for adventure at a moment's notice. I was thinking of Mary Challenge in Devil's cub here. Listen to episode four to hear me trying to convert Bass player and teacher hallowed hand to his work. Mary disguises herself in meets the machi in his sisters stead to save her from ravished at the hands of the handsome. Rather. Marquee. Damn, it's a fun book. Bravery a five. Israeli. Extraordinary stubbing. He is very straightness nice old. She's not she's kind of talk about her. Mother effectively cost younger daughter acts and Mary a moment in a safe her own style because she thinks. Checks his character she probably will be raped anything could happen. It's the wild west. He actually tells me he's going to take her to France and make his prostitute basically. Elson ceremony when he finds out who a grandfather is two times actually relate. To full man so he went sexiest. Well isn't that lucky the still this kind of romance to it, but also I think he's chimed absolutely with who she was, who, Hey, a movie complete about this with my reading but she was known since about it she was telling it like it was You know the situation were a penalty Warren was that your mother had to try in can you off to the highest bidder and there's really stop law in Pharaoh's daughter whereas that terrify the girl Leyla who is being full? Gusting If you've been listening to podcast, you'll have heard last week's episode on Pharaoh's daughter in which my lovely friend and crack copy developer Geraldine and I discussed the book do go and check out our discussion to learn more about it. Howard reveals a deb the heroine might be her favourite female character. WHO I, think like her a bit more than Venetia because I dove Anita Buffoni Shas a bit green. I think a lot of the inheritance, the strong heroines because they're out two or three different types of parents as well. Struggle ones that job is to educate the male heroes made him see they've being adult basically, and then there's the second favorite kind of hair and the heron LS Wyoming is the Arabella type who are big. On guileless Ognjen News Yeah, they're mobile can take. A little bit. We'll be reading Arabella next week with two willing dupes cal thicker and Robert VP of finance at a tech company. I can't wait to hear what they think about this brilliant book. 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Disney Debuts Star Wars Land; Universal Amps Up Harry Potter

Business Wars Daily

04:59 min | 3 years ago

Disney Debuts Star Wars Land; Universal Amps Up Harry Potter

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown in this business wars daily, happy Friday, everyone. Oh and happy Star Wars day. Did you know that thing and it's tomorrow to celebrate? We're gonna talk about Disney's newest and biggest theme park attractions since Disneyland opened in nineteen fifty five. The long-awaited Star Wars land called galaxy's edge is about to open on may thirty first at Disneyland and August twenty ninth at Disney World in Orlando. Disney likes to call the fourteen acre park within a park the new land. It centers around the black spire outpost were good and evil. Meet in the form of the characters from the Heroux resistance and the dangerous. I order the attraction is immersive in one ride fans will be able to pilot the millennium falcon starship through the galaxy on the rise of the resistance, which will open some months down the road. You'll be in a simulated battle the intention to make you feel like a member of the resistance. Fighting off the first order in surviving to become a hero galaxy's edge is one of the most highly anticipated theme park openings ever and Disney's been planning for a crush of fans from day one. That means your visit to the black spire outpost will be short one through late June. Visitors will have to make reservations for four hour. Time slots Disney's trying to manage traffic so visiting a galaxy far far away is a good experience not misery for the last few weeks. Only Disney hotel customers have been able to get those reservations. But you better love Star Wars. Those rooms will set you back up to seven hundred sixty dollars a night as the LA times notes that's close to two hundred dollars per Star Wars, our even before you buy Disneyland. Tickets on Thursday, though, Disney began accepting reservation requests from anyone not just hotel goers, given the anti that Disney's built up for Star Wars land. It would. Easy to assume that it's the only attraction around hardly all of Florida's. Big theme. Parks are introducing new attractions this summer jumping in well before galaxy's edge opens up at DisneyWorld on June thirteenth, the wildly popular Harry Potter attraction at Comcast's universal. Orlando is getting a new roller coaster Hagrid magical creatures motorbike adventure in case, you don't know those motorbikes fly. So while one big question is will I be able to get a reservation to galaxies edge. Another bigger question for theme park leaders might be will universal siphon-off family's theme park. Budgets before the new Star Wars land opens at the end of August. Even if universal is once again overrun with Harry Potter fans. We suspect that the force runs strong at this. Brown wondering this business daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton, brand image Portland is our editor at producer our executive producers Marshall Louis gated by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. And we'll see an extra week. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth, all you have to do to get it for free is to go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily again get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash b w daily.

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President Trump, Congress And President discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

President Trump, Congress And President discussed on Fresh Air

"President Trump is asking congress for about eight and a half billion dollars more for southern border wall. NPR's Scott Horsely reports. It's one of the provisions of the president's budget blueprint the president's budget would substantially increase spending on homeland security and the military while making. Deep cuts elsewhere in the federal government. Trump's proposal would slash spending on the agriculture department, the State Department and the EPA, but Miami Guinness of the committee for a responsible. Federal budget says Trump's plan would still see trillion dollar deficits in each of the next four years, even under really Heroux ick economic assumptions, the savings in this budget aren't enough to put us on a really sustainable path. It would still have very large budget deficits at a time when they ministration is assuming very strong economic performance, congress largely ignored Trump's earlier spending proposals. This year's budget is likely to meet a

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