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1,500 undocumented immigrant teens now being housed at Dallas convention center
"Thousands of migrant teenagers are awaiting their next step. While being held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas. Volunteers with Catholic Charities and other groups say it's taking about 3 to 4 days to process the migrant teens at the Dallas site. They have different reactions. Some are traumatized from their journey summer traumatized from their homes, volunteer coordinator Hilda Duarte says. It's not always easy to find existing or foster families to send the Children too. It's a process but amid a continued Sergent the border the goal is to find good homes for the teens as soon as possible.
"hilda" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Often It's just, you know, John, I mean money and power traveled together. And people will protect their investments and in the state of New York. It's hard to get things done If Governor Cuomo, uh, is not friendly towards you, you know, it's just they're a lot of road blocks that powerful state government can throw even under the best of circumstances when they like you find, But you know, we just have five billion things you have to do in order to survive in this state if you're running a business So I'm just I e and again, you know that. Who would replace him? You know, because his primary opponents in the last, uh, election cycle. Were overtly psychotic, You know, like 50 and Nixon. I mean, you know, talk about people with insane ideas for the state. You know, Governor Cuomo, by comparison was the safe harbor. I know. I realize this is You know this? This could be troubling news. But this is, you know, realpolitik. In certainly in the state of New York. This is this is what it is. So I you never count out Governor Cuomo. I get it, And that was the same space that Jerry Brown occupied when he was in California. He was a bit of a nut, but he wasn't is not. He is the alternative. So I totally understand where you're coming from. Now let's shift gears and talk about the horribly complicated System that we have set up in Los Angeles County. I'm distributing the vaccine. Now we have supervisors, including Hilda Seles, who are angry because they think that l. A county is vaccinating too many white people. Let's listen. I simply want to say that now's our opportunity to really make a difference. Dr. Barbara for rare, I'm happy to work alongside with you as we've discussed getting vaccinations, boots on the ground, working with different community based organizations in our federally qualified clinics, as well as our local school sites, toe open up vaccinations and to make sure that people in that community received the care and dignity and respect that they deserve. And that means providing also linguistically competent information and trusted allies. And that means utilizing the promise. Thought as ambassadors. Whatever you want to call them, But we need to ready this program now. This can't wait. I stand with you to do that and and hope that we could move on to make a make a better plan and headway. Our communities that are so distressed at this time. I know this is more of a comment. I know you're working, but I I just have to leave you with this because today was a day of reckoning. It's a day of reckoning and this is a bad mark on all of us on the state on on the fact that we can trust people to abide by the rules. It simply said. People are not abiding by the rules, and we have to have better enforcement tools to make sure that people that are hardest hit and vulnerable, get the access to the vaccine on the health care that they deserve. Dr Nan. I don't know why in the world anyone would be upset that people are getting vaccinated, she says. They're cutting the line. But you go on the county Web site and the facilities that have the vaccines may not be in your immediate neighborhood. You may have to leave your immediate neighborhood. There's nothing sinister about it. They're just trying to get vaccinated. Well, you know, I was listening in during your last hour, John and heard the the, uh, very obviously, that the vivid comments from the supervisors and from your callers. Look, Cal it this system that l a county has devised with the codes. Uh, you know, somehow thinking that the codes were going to A within the hands of Pacific groups, um, was idiotic from the get go, Uh, on the one hand, you know, so you've got your segment of the population, which is substantial who are Quite savvy with the Elektronik world on band. Oh, they naturally exploited this. Flawed modality to yes to use codes that they weren't supposed to and, you know, gain access to the system, and they don't have people running the Appointment triage to distinguish whether or not someone's been qualified group that spike the sound of it. And on the other hand, of course, you have a substantial number of folks like senior citizens who don't have the technology don't have the wherewithal the savvy To, uh, tap into these appointments that are being made available through that particular online access port, So it's still mystifies me. And why they don't John, you. You said it and you're right. Why They don't distribute the vaccine. Distribute allotments to E. Can't imagine they couldn't work out the numbers. They've got so many doses, you know, right, didn't it to local pharmacies? To health centers. I know health centers. All right. Sounds like some health centers. At least you're getting them physician practices and then people can go to, you know, you know you may not know that you don't know the county website. But you know your doctor Right? I don't understand it. It's just it. But what? You know what about the behavior of any of these people have been understandable from the get go. Let's listen to the fake doctor. Respond to Hilda Seles. I don't know. If Dr Ferrer you want to respond to anything I said, or yes, thank you so much So supervisors, police and and I 100% agree with you and On very distressed, as is everyone about sort of our inability to actually make the kind of headway that we need to make. And you know, I think You know, there's probably a complex blab of conditions that aren't helping us, including, as you noted. On appointment system that we're all mandated to use. That really doesn't allow us the level of flexibility they need to do targeted. Vaccinations, But I do also honestly think we have to come up with different strategies like you just can't blame the technology or you know that this isn't working. I mean, You know, we're all extraordinarily gifted here in L. A county with wonderful community partners on wonderful board leadership, and there is a problem solving task in front of us right now. And you're right..
Vaccine Line Jumpers Heading Out To Hard-Hit Los Angeles Communities, Improperly Using Access Codes To Get Vaccinated Faster
"Gavin Newsom is pledging to make changes in the state's access code for scheduling Cove it vaccination appointments. The system was too that up to help vulnerable people living in areas hit hard by the pandemic. But there's word that some people are abusing it. The Los Angeles Times first reported that some wealthier people in L. A in the Bay Area had gotten ahold of the access codes and were e mailing and texting them to friends and acquaintances to schedule vaccinations. That's even though they weren't eligible for the shots due to their age. Your job. L. A County supervisor Hilda Salih says she's outraged. I am not surprised. I'm disgusted. I am disgusted and I'm not disgusted at the work that we're doing. But I'm or disgusted about the behavior of people in the public that they're not being responsible and actually allowing for those communities that are the hardest hit. To be able to stand in line and get their vaccine. Newsome says. The state will change the code system in terms of people getting the codes were gonna go away from group codes to individual codes, and we're working with the county's on that we don't like to see those abuses. Some nonprofits that received the codes say they've stopped handing them out out of concern that vaccine doses will not go to the right people.
McConnell rips into Marjorie Taylor Greene
"Denounced a controversial Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who's pushed conspiracy theories that dispute the Parkland School massacre and the 9 11 attack on the Pentagon. McConnell calls her a cancer on the Republican Party more from our Mike Rossia. McConnell's denunciation of freshman representative Marjorie Taylor. Greene came ahead of a possible showdown in the house over the Georgia Republican. House Democrats are prepared to send a resolution to the House floor Wednesday, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Felice
Protesters Disrupt Dodger Stadium Vaccinations
"19 vaccination site at Dodger Stadium was closed for about an hour yesterday. After about 50 protesters showed up at the entrance. Everyone inside receive their vaccinations and those who waited outside were treated after the demonstrators dispersed. County Supervisor Hilda Solis condemn the actions of the protesters as quote intentional sabotage, while City Councilman Kevin De Leon called it an act of intimidation, not protest. There were no arrests. Can Jeffries K.
Center steps up to register underserved South Dallas residents for vaccine
"Here's the nbc. News affiliate in dallas texas reporting from vaccine registration event at a neighborhood in south dallas with a majority hispanic population. There was tremendous turnout at this oak cliff. Vaccine registration operation for people like to minka a sparser came. I don't know how to going the internet. Sparce says turn out here sends a message chose neither. There's a lot of people here that's willing to take that time. There's a lot of people here who are willing to get the shot. So how do we ensure that people like domingo and people from other communities of color get vaccinated joining us now. Dr james hildreth. He's an infectious disease. Expert on the president and ceo of mary medical college. He's a member of the fda's vaccine advisory committee which is evaluating co vaccine's. dr hilda. thank you for being with us. I'm just floored by this. We talked for eight nine ten months about one day. If we're so lucky to be able to get an effective vaccine not to vaccines or three vaccine effective vaccine. You know we're gonna have to work to really convince people to take it but that was going to be the problem. I i'm fascinated by the difficulty. People continue to have in getting access to this vaccine access seems to be a bigger issue than acceptance. Well ali. thank you for having me. I but the problem has many layers. There's a gap of supply which all of us are dealing with. There's a gap of trust in the the gap of access that you've alluded to a and these issues are related to the same reason why african americans biden next. People are being more devastated by the pandemic in the first place. A you know. We don't have access to healthcare on an equal basis. We don't have access to technology. So all the things that led to covid nineteen disproportionate affecting the populations are reaping reflected. Now by the challenges with vaccine. Can't underestimate the the trust issue here that we've gotta make sure. We have trusted messengers organizations. That are leading the way in terms of trying to get the vaccine to the people we want to another thing is we have detected backstage to these populations not necessarily relying them coming to the back. Things are that has to be part of our strategy. We have to get the vaccine to the communities ca. Some of them just cannot make it where the vaccine have been given. That's a major hurdle. We have to get us that.
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"But they can't really like vocalise or dramatized. Why it's bad but everything that we will. Joanna and hilda is so forthright and so emotionally honest that i don't care The way that their relationship more and changes and get stretched across the season. I think is really really great. And the fact that the show continues to allow hilda to be hilda while still acknowledging the fact that god no. She's kind of not the best. Sometimes which you get hints in season one but really comes to the forefront season to I think is really really smart. So i'm really curious to see how what again i'm presuming will be concluding movie. Because if you're doing a movie. I feel like we're not gonna get a third season but maybe knock on wood. What are you any final thoughts here. Well just be a little clearer with my dear fox thoughts which are again emotional terrorism And then when at the end when she's like i promise it'll be different than than it actually is and they make a very concerted effort to like every time she leaves. It's let's go twig and it figures with them. All their adventures tweets a lot more attention at the house because like it when they started doing that really deliberately. It made it clear how much that was a choice. The earlier of the season to exclude twiggy to keep showing twig like I just don't get a pet that needs to be outside. If you aren't willing to be outside and i have seen too many people who have like who have dogs that need to run and that need a five mile walk every single day. Who that they don't know why they got him but the people who have them work fifteen hour days or like nobody they don't have somewhat or they're gone for months at a time and so the dog's kennel most of the like don't do that. Why would you do that in so so it's just that awareness and the the fact that this is something that you know what is your answer to do. She's single parent trying to keep them fed like she doesn't have the time so the Hilda's definitely thoughtless enough to not notice how how significant this was and joanna should be on top of it but hasn't been and so two to have that be of real deliberate. Change her the last four episodes of the season was something that i very much appreciated And that makes the the some of the pain of the deer fox more worth it. 'cause like hilda needed to learn this less said. Yeah so yeah as just like. Oh it's beautiful. It's it's like lovely but wall packs a punch anyways. That's my final thought. I really like till this season two good. I'm glad john. I don't have anything else. I'm just. I'm i'm glad that you liked. I think i like this season more than you did. Which i think so too now means you get to yell at me about it we swapped. I'm giving you an early or late. Christmas gift theory. I'll take it. I'll take a few shots here at the end of the episode. You can find a post for this episode over the telephone or you can leave comments in. Let us know what you thought of the week. You like our page. On facebook considerable conversation you can email us. Deliver jimoh dot com. You can find our in for a chapter cheese. Mp three unchartered up in apple podcast and over on stitcher depreciate ratings and reviews both places and if you do leave his rating review let us know so that we can go check it out and say thank you can also of course find my write ups about repulsed by grace over davy club and we are both on twitter. I am at the television knoll. You are at noel or k. Thank you so much great discussion this week. Thank you know and they give him from listening. We'll be back next week another televise..
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"And really kind of gets crosses how. The trolls aren't bad. It's just they're frustrated more than anything. But this tro parent particular is going out of their way to do the best thing that they can for their child and like you said recognizes joanna as a very safe person to do that with should you ask permission before trading bodies. Yes absolutely Consented is important. If they wouldn't have gotten consent though they know they wouldn't see. Here's the thing i think killed. It would have volunteered for that for at least like. Yeah but joanna would not have been. Yeah yeah joanna would not have. And i think that's sort of like the other thing to get out is that this increases an empathy that held the already had an was developing the trolls Yeah but we'll hopefully do something for everyone else's while regarding the trolls well and even if he'll the this the plan is to To swap these for a certain amount of time so she can experience what it is to be. Trawl and then to swap the the heads back then hill can be ace. Because it's a way of communicating work. Right so i'm really excited to see what happens from this and this is the stone. Forest finale is actually adapted from one of the actual hilda stories I think mostly do a lot of originals of this season Because i think they did a couple of like a adaptations last season in a bunch of original and that really helped through for the season the the just the direction of it is really interesting. the pacing of the season. I think works well it. It works great. Standalone it you convention. If you want to but i also i kind of like spacing out. I did like three and a sitting Three or four hundred sitting and that worked really well for me And it's just. It's such a charming show is such a fun show and there's enough creativity that it's It's really entertaining to watch. Without like it's saccharin or you're getting whimsey overload. You know So it's just really fun show. I also really liked the return of the elles as several times. The replacement is delightful like pretty much every episode here. It is something that i really enjoyed about it. Like i said. Look a scan through the season. It's hard for me to take of episode. That i'm less invested in her less interested in. I remember the thing that was going to say is that i would not be surprised. If it's revealed that all burg's ancestor like curse the trolls or something in that. The attorney stone is completely arbitrary and doesn't need to happen that that would track. Yeah we'll say yeah. I really do enjoy the always even though i think al for is a little back bernard this season The replacement just makes up for it so much Really delightful to find like Dear sweet l. That is just in love with him all hanger ling horses so hard. It's so much fun girling So i really liked that. We talked about the librarian others three. Which is that are in charge. The which from the absolute worst. And i never want him to change delightful because if they change. Then there'd be no fun like you need someone fertility to just yell at because otherwise what is totally gonna do. Just keep crocheting but i really speaking of till the like thing i really do like is that we get till the episode three. We get her in one as well Just like a quick cameo but we get an episode three really hard and then we get the fifty night of just like. Here's this big gut punch for this character. You just met off show. This is great. I love it well in the fact that they end not on a note of. Let's go out for coffee sometime. But end of that was the past in its. You shouldn't live in the past. We both lived full license. And you know like that was such a such a refreshing way to end that. Because i feel like usually these types of stories end with like a chance meeting at the end. Neither one remembers it but now there's something there maybe they'll start something you know like in. This is just better known significantly better. It's significantly more in keeping with the show and that again that maturity that's again coming from season But i also appreciate that with maturity comes episodes like the george incident just really ridiculous really really silly and while still kind of in keeping with the fact that held the rece- can't learn from her mistakes and this is what happens but that episode is just so funny weird and i love it so much. And the fact that the tide turned jordan's into this massive massive conglomerate and then it just goes back to being a local snack food company. It's a it gave me big. What's that episode title for Energy like with the three bears like the one ends up in business and the other one's a model. Oh yeah he gave me very much. That energy It was super fun. So yeah and then. I love the The snacks are a like a recurring thread throughout delightful. I also appreciate speaking of a threat that we where we started we end with gerda are very different And that by the end. You're like oh good. Maybe we're just gonna leave him a fly and she charge. It's the show is darker Quite at that level but like what. She's company now. She's not that he's awful and terrible. But i also really appreciated Speaking of the thing is how much of eric was still really deeply conveyed in the fly. Like totally it was just really beautifully handled of. oh yeah. Disguise doesn't realize he's a fly right now. This is fantastic. I love it very good Any final thoughts I mean yeah no the all the stuff of the trolls and eric is really muddied in part because they just can't settle on like a really solid perspective but also the show's characters.
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"And things to kind of keep in mind about it. I've ever really important. And i think one of the things that kinda comes through with that is. I love the idea of helga as familiar. Which also really kind of helps to really solidify them as like a dragon's group. Yeah oh definitely including everything that happens. With poor poor poor david born into condemn. Yep and this is like. You're you're the cleric or as melissa's cleric as you get on your just a squishy cleric which is not how clerics really work but you're you're squishy but i just i. It's just very sweet. But i do like that. Magic is more forward here And that there are rules and waste torn it and that hilda is bad at it because hilda thinks every problem is a nail and she has the ultimate hammer herself. Yeah when we get to the end of the episode. The camera pans the for one of these. These people's clearly has capabilities the witch and the camera pans to hilda. Like what are you talking about. Obviously not you definitely like david before you. Yes david at least attracts bugs on his own. Yeah yeah clearly. Yeah so. I thought also the threads with hilden her mom Are well handled. I was expecting to be a much larger line than it. Actually is but i think they they balanced it well by having this still be the person who raised hilda to be her. You know who. She is While still like acknowledging the growing recklessness of the character and the growing need four boundaries. I thought the time is up so was a good way to do that. like like and again. It was blatant enough like if it was like obvious enough in a way that like this. That's how obviously would have to be for hillary to catch it to catch on. You know like if the episode in like the things that she was experiencing saying to herself as she time travels were more subtle held. Wouldn't have gotten a hint. So i thought that all worked really nicely. I very much enjoyed till early. i liked Yeah lots of the season. Do you have any other thoughts of redemption with spoilers inane. Do kinda talk about the the bell keeper l. And his very obviously this is not held as father. Stop thinking that shows doing Even though he has like little strips of green tea in his hair on the sides and so graying at the temples he's like greening at the temples. Love it and like. This is hilda's dad but we're pretending it's not hill. His dad right this. This is what we're doing show. I didn't make that connection. I wouldn't have thought home. You didn't now. I immediately went that that is helping that even though it is clearly not going to be your dad but like future love interest rate. Yeah no. I was actually waiting for that to happen. I was waiting for a belt keeper and joanna to meet up and that didn't happen either Which time okay the movie. Maybe yeah But yeah. I think that generally this was a strong season. I still prefer season. One a little bit more Just because it's a little gentler almost do appreciate show wants to mature at the same time And for me mostly matures in the right directions. The political stuff aside which again i agree with you that the bells are too fussy of a simple. That's what happens when you have fuzzy symbols so if you want to radicalize your kids everyone We bear rather movies is still available somewhere for you to watch and that will radicalize your children immediately. Why are they hurting the bears. Well honey you know. We'll get there but that's clearly something like that is what's coming our movie. So let's now say watch hilda and if if you haven't seen it yet and if you want to be spoiled stop listening so we gotta talk about the finale because bonkers yet is a stressful yet. A number levels deeply stressful The where it feels to me like we're headed is And this is speculating. Not actually analyzing critiquing. But we're going to do that because it's fun and i wanna. Is that the troll. Mom or dad the The troll adult here parent has swapped their bodies so that their child doesn't have to experience turning to stone and they are in they have observed that joanna's good mom and apparent. They've decided that they can trust their kid with joanna and they are willing to sacrifice their connection there with their child so that they're safe from that Which is dark and difficult but feels absolutely keeping with the stuff that the season is doing and the depth that it wants to go into with some of these characters so like like that follows right on the fox. And so like yeah. We'll see we'll see but like wolf man that that episode hits yeah. I really like that. Reading of it. And i agree with you because i don't think it's milovan malevolent gesture. The troll parent doesn't seem like manipulative right like all of it was thought out. It feels like more like they saved. They saved them first and got saw them and then decided at some point that night that they were going to do that. The swap And yet no. I agree with you like i don't think it's a malicious act And i do think it is an apt motivated out of love for their child Which the episode goes to really extreme lengths to make sure that were in that same boat of kind of reconceptualise. The trolls and specifically This troll and their yeah their child. Most of the trolls aside from that two or three headed asshole of deck yes roll. Who just hoards everything that guy. That guy sucks but all the other trolls seemed to dislike him as well So they got a reason to fight with allen. Yeah yeah exactly. Because that's the other thing that particularly the forest.
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"Answer. Thought like a coherent finalized. Thought about it Until i've seen the movie because everything it doesn't feel like the stuff with the bills is done until the stuff at the trolls is done our pads like it. i mean. obviously. The trolls have been a big part of this world of hilda since the very beginning so it makes sense that like our new character. Eric all bug. Who is just the worst. Yeah he's terrible and his obsession with the bells like that. It's a thread but it's not like something that they tie up neatly by the end of the season. It's not something that has like a simple answer Or you know that it hints at continuing threads of human and non human difficulties like something as simple as a bell. I like that they that there's a raw like they may have made bells this like ominous thing while also making beautiful like visually and Like showing like there's plenty reasons that is great. It's useful to have a bell around but like they've done a really jump of imbuing them with dread over the course of the season and the ads is fun to watch Obviously liked the witch What did you think of like the windmill as you think of. Just the overall increase of the presence of magic. Did you like our return of our of the dragon. The the the worm right in his beautiful bonsai the so yeah i was. I was a little surprised to see victoria gal back. I was dismayed that she was up to her. Old shenanigans had actually gone full matt scientists with her really terribly creepy. Not a what are the nisa of the actress. Not okay that nasa yet announcer and not not answer at this get. All of it was bad and i did not care for that. I do like the more forward position of magic here which has always been here in the show but the fact that there are now like i Blues and hierarchies.
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"Got this not so cool. That was the trailer for season. Two of netflix's hilda wish because the animated series based on the graphic novels books. Yeah robert novels graphic novels So i have many thoughts on hill this season to obviously will. Let's do like a spoiler free chonkin and then we got you know the ending. We have stuck with their listeners. Ends on a cliffhanger this season. i assume it's coming back. It better be. There is a seventy minute movie in production. Which i think will probably be the wrap-up give everything. Okay okay. that's interesting. The there are too many things that we need to talk about. One is that the season is again delightful. I really like all the stuff. I live from selected this season and second of all one of these episodes is emotional terrorism. Like it it's like drastic bark levels of emotional. Terrorism is worse than dressing bark for the emotional. Terrorism was at the witch. It was the witch that no you'll labs the you'll there's so called the deer fox or deer foxes. Yeah it's the deer foxes here fox yet and i. That's what you were talking about. How it's talking about like i was like not prepared. It was very well done. It's an excellent episode. And i think the way that they handle it like everything that goes down. The episode is watching Liz episode but it's like it's also very well made and i appreciate their doing a good job with it but also why but i particularly appreciated The way that they are watched it upset. You realize that they've been arguing. The season a certain way and then after the season after that episode there's an element of of the season and of the way they've been writing character said distinctly changes. And it's a deliberate change for the rest of the season. I really appreciate that. I'll get into specifics. A little more when we get towards action but first of all it sounds like it was not just me terrorized by that episode. And what did you. What did you think of. You know he'll this is too. Yeah no you're fox is a gresley difficult episode As the incident is also aggressively difficult episode mice man in a very different way for me but yeah yeah was tied by s- man But no i actually really liked the george episode. anyway yeah. I think that there is like i said when i talked about it a little bit in our end of the year suffer like building up to right before end of the year stuff. They definitely have like a thing. They wanna do this season. A couple of different things Some of it. I think is more successful than others. Mainly i think all the hill stuff israel successful whereas i think some of the more politically minded stuff his less successful in part because of how broad is very much huge huge justice for gerda huge all the justice for gerda. But all that being said. I still think that the show is really delightful and really lovely and i think that it starts the fact that they start getting at the start growing up stuff Is really great and starts to really kinda come to a really beautiful head in this season even down to i really wanna shout out on the end credits song the life of hilda which you hear an episode seven which is a a great song and be. Oh my god. Just is hilda of everything that is wrong about hilda. The character that held a the character refuses to acknowledge So i really like that. And the fact that that gets woven into the rest of the show And is a major plot points for much of the rest of the show. I works really really well and the other thing that i am very kind of excited about. Is that That i really enjoyed this season. Was that The the librarian is much more prominent this season because she is delightful and the fact that we get a peek into that world is also really fun. Like i love that little corner of this world. And i really liked everything that we got with it. So those are kind of like big overview thoughts also shutout circus doing a guest guest star spot. As one of the lads because those guy those those folks are scaring carefully. You like big big The highwayman energy win that from an exactly correct. That is perfect comparison. Yes i haven't thought about that. That is that is correct. And it's the art of way. The masks are around. There is of her circuses. Particularly terrific in that like. There's a lot of excellent voice work but he is particularly strong in that Yeah the the stuff we get with the librarian terrific. It's really fun She shows up just a couple of times but it feels like it feels like she's in a lot more and then But really it's it's just a few episodes. Just they stand out there memorable and 'cause they're super fun and actually. I thought this is a really pretty well. Paced season man shows up several times which i was. I was delighted by. I thought he might be at once but then he you know he pops up again and again protus so good. Yeah now it's good it's good But the like some of the so. It's not always elegant. What they're going with with the bills and with some of this other stuff But i think it is worthwhile conversations. And like if i'm sitting here thinking okay. So the bells are like guns right. The bills runs or they're not guns. Yeah like it's a little fuzzy. But i appreciate i. I don't feel. I can really give too much of.
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"Need to like address it so we'll see Just left me just kind of generally coal even if i enjoyed Baron naturally. Even if i enjoy nas naturally so fun and i felt like he amped up. The trump innis this time. And i only areas. I really felt like he did it when he was like really angry. Which i think was the rat choice. Yeah i wasn't like wasn't pervasive. But just like there are certain traits of it. Yes that that he went to more. Might have been in the writing the certainly in the performance. I feel ya know. He got very trumpy whenever he was like getting backed into a corner or whenever he whenever he got back into quarter or whenever he thought he had the best idea. Which are the two things that are correct when you're doing trump impression While not actually doing one I think is really kind of the key thing here. And we're gonna talk about trump impressions as well Spoiler alert next week Weirdly i can't wait to discuss that So yeah so. This was just kind of really flat. I was very frustrated by it And i think that the other thing the skits to both jodie whittaker and also. You're thinking about the doctor of i still don't know who the doctor is. And the fact that she doesn't talk about it being twenty something years in a really scary supermax prison with all her greatest foes they're hanging about And then not doing anything without and also served the doctor acknowledging that there is a lack of the. I don't know what i'm going to be an just like were about hit your three. Which historically now is when you cut and run doctors who three seasons in your out So that is not a good thing and like you said. It is not jodi whatever's fault because she's great at what little material she is given it and impress stuff. She's amazing that's the doctor. That is not being used on this show. So i'm she's gonna leave. I wouldn't blame her. Yeah is kind of how feeling about it. I would not blame her. She decided to leave. Less the thing like the the current scuttled says that she's gonna leave but should know is gonna stay like the overwhelmingly. The response i keep saying is keep whitaker. And that's breeze somebody else. 'cause like there are certain. The chimney doesn't that chippenham prioritizes. I really appreciate. And i think a welcome overdue change but the weaknesses are getting harder in harder to overlook win. We're like assessing like this. His seasons as a whole Like i have so many problems with them off ehre but don't acidly not interested in mri But bill pods a frigging love. Bill potts bill potts is awesome. And that's the companion. She's a companion in a season. That had a bunch of stuff. I didn't care about But these were actively really incredibly frustrating for me because of the problems that i have with With moffitt but she was on half as long as as ryan graham. They got so much more development. So it's just like it's frustrating. We'll see what happens with it I i i would love it to be the other way other way around. Will jessica any final thoughts on doctor. Who and if not Ricky tv elizabeth is missing winds. Might we can tv hands down no contest. Go watch it. i'm gonna give you the pork chop okay Because it's just super fun. Sell like i have my issues with it and there's other chef. I enjoyed this week but like when when it was singing. That was absolutely delightful. So i will give it to that now. We'll take a break. Listen to a trailer and come back with a season spotlight on season. Two of hilda from netflix will.
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"In terms of like managerial promotion type stuff in the conflict between her and really tall pervert or guy who's worst but also nuanced and complicated but also the worst I'm really interested in seeing how that's going to play out now that zoe's charging warren grabs like. It's too expensive for me. To keep coming to vancouver. I'm not doing it anymore. Like an Rate out with the fewest number scenes. Possible we'll do this one in the house we can film that whenever and then we'll do one in the office. Yeah definitely Yeah i like the hello deli number. More than i did probably because it really bothered me. That kept interrupting the pacing of it like it bothered too much listeners. It shouldn't have bothered me as much as it did. Because i wanted to like get into it and they would freeze no but This this is. This is very much problem. This is not a show problem. The the sequence at the end of that song anyways i thought the performance of it was fine. It didn't really want me. But i thought the way that they captured the ballet. That happens when you're preparing a in space. You know really well. With people you know really well Was lovely really captured. Exactly they're going for with the wear their at at the end of the episode comforting each other being comfortable around each other and Finding that strength to settle into their normal routine again. I thought it was just a really lovely way to convey that the the opening number the fact that it was actually most singing was great as opposed to one of the things like one of the superpower things I think they really did not do a good job with the love triangle. And i say that. Because i don't know that it is a love triangle because even when i tried to watch the promotional like season one catch up. They didn't show really anything from the love triangle in that season up and i appreciate that on the level of like this is not the most important part of her life. This is just one of the things that's happening in the season. That is awesome however if a major plot point in your premier is the fact that she's dealing with two different guys who both are into her and the only thing you tell me in like the catch up on one thing is well. One of them is her good friend. Who's in love with her and one of them is somebody. She works with that. She tries to jump in one of the songs who had a fiance frequently doesn't still. That's not enough information to get me on board. Yeah this should tell you that simon. Who's the one that you're referring to also has like a stronger sort of like emotional soulful connection with zoe Because his he lost his father and that was his big plot. Arc was coming to terms with the. Nc's one and it's useful to mention that in a catch up because that's kind of one of the big motivators that also. He's very handsome. Yeah he's clearly is like handsome and more handsome. He's clearly more handsome like villanovans Very handsome looking great. They do well by him in like the way he's like made up in the costuming in the hair and everything They're being like they're going forward but like yeah also the. This feels very much of the so. She's getting end up. Simon because of how the season premiere ends. It's like okay. They would like the that rousing that rousing endorsement of well. You gotta make decision. Let's make out. It's like that's what you wanna hear you professor your love. Well if i go a hundred six so for me see that didn't feel right to me at all because it didn't feel earned over the course of the episode because that little thing with the rain was so cute and she was wearing it all episode and she cats feeling it as she kept looking at it and she kept like drying comforters. It yeah using it right. It was a great the runner and it's felt like it was bleeding very much. There's a reason i'm still. I'm thinking about this. I'm still wearing this like you know. And then they don't even get to that geno so we'll see what happens with i'm to keep watching for now. I also very much enjoyed the. Are you gonna be my girl number. So they captured the awkwardness of that friendship. That will immediately dissolve what she talks assignment pretty well and the last thing i have for this one Oh besides the videos lovely with the dead Was that the the the idea for the restaurant that is take out from other restaurants is a terrible idea that already exists in. It's called a bar where they don't food tasting bar where you can order take off from other places like there's one ten minutes from here in the suburbs right like this is not a new idea. There's way too much. Disrupting it because it's going to be an app yet. There's there's way too many like overhead costs or any restaurant. You couldn't possibly charge that like it. Doesn't it's a terrible idea. They needed to better with their idea. What did you. What did you think. I wasn't paying attention pop point at all like i don't even i didn't even know until you explained to me that that's what they decided to do. It's a restaurant where like you can go out but still get food from other places. So that way like the simon said about all. I can use my vegan again like you could also just eat vegan food. You dick you could v delicious plenty of good delicious. Have just not eat meat once. It's fine so yeah. That was the only other thing. I had any final thoughts on swim. Nope nope. I'm i'm excited. It's back so yeah looking forward to our next episode is the season one of the history of swear words which is super delightful in my opinion twenty minutes in episode suit like really easy goes down like i wish i was going back and forth watching that and watching everything on wednesday Return as a good like.
"hilda" Discussed on The Televerse
"Some money oversea reality show hello everyone and welcome to the tel verse. This is kate coyne his ever by nicole. Kirkpatrick and Yeah we're pretty much the same place. We were at record streaming. He plays this week. Null zolak on well listeners. I want everyone to know that i Have started proceedings underway to invoke the twenty fifth amendment here at the television and remove. Kate calls from office. Hopefully i will take control right. This ship in this moment of transition until we turn things over to Emily stevens emily. Dennis right yeah emily. Dennis takeover transition of power is. I don't you don't tempt me with knowles gonna do all the editing knows gonna do all. Oh yeah it's a strange time. It's a newly strange time. It's already been strange time. Why would it not be. But we're going to mostly here stick to tv. Right now. nolan. I to peer behind the curtain Were talking before we get started with like. Oh was there any tv news now. I mean there was spread Now 'cause there's news so like i did post like a tweet about the streaming places week but it was like it. Felt so weird to be like re tweeting. All these different things going on responded stuff trying to you know the little bit of a platform that we have here to like share other information things that people are sharing and also be like we did this to. If you're looking for a break from all bet lodge forty nine awesome. It is but But yeah has higher stakes now. It does have higher. Stakes has so much higher next normally would have watched Accepts now. But i just haven't. Because i've been glued to the tv Even when it probably would be better for me to not be but you know. I love a procedural vote. I've been watching so much c-span. I'm going to have so many informed opinions about c-span by the time i don't know we stop feeling the need to watch these constantly. Whenever that happens to be. I mean i think it's great that you're supporting c-span. Yeah it's because it's like. I could watch the same thing on. Msnbc or cnn and then get really irritated at for example cnn for having rick santorum on that arm and or it could just watch c. span and not have that so right and just turn it off when they start talking to the phone lines head out out. Just you check out. Yeah yup so it's been it's been a heck of a week. Remember the beginning of this week knoll. Remember tuesday night raw excited. We were tuesday night sick with that ask. You may have been wondering.
Every 15 minutes someone in Los Angeles County dies from the coronavirus
"In Los Angeles County. Now someone dies of covert 19 every 15 minutes. Here's NPR's Leila Fadel. It took this county 9.5 months to reach 400,000 cases of covert 19. But in the last month that number has doubled to over 840,000 cases. L, A county supervisor Hilda so lease That is a human disaster and one that was avoidable. But I need to underscore that it could be worse. The situation is already beyond our imagination, but it could become beyond comprehension. If the health restrictions in place are not fully obeyed. That number will likely go up after a weekend of New Year celebrations. Despite lockdown rules again, so lease hospitals are declaring internal disasters. And having to open church gyms to serve as hospital units are health care workers are physically and mentally exhausted and sick. Dr. Ornish Mahajan heads Harbor U. C L, a medical center. Were overrun and our emergency room. We're taking care of patients literally in the hallways sometimes because there is just no beds available. We have equipment. That's You know, almost running out, and so it is a really unbelievable situation here. They only have a few ventilators left only a handful of high flow oxygen, a setup that pushes high pressures of oxygen through the nose. You're ordering more, and we will borrow if we need to from our sister hospitals, But every hospital is struggling with this. The ICU is at 150% capacity and the staff is getting exposed not at work, but because there's so much community transmission. Meanwhile, so many hospitals, ers and ICUs are so full. It's prompted new directives from the Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services Agency. If in a M T can't get a pulse from a person who's had a cardiac arrest after 20 minutes of trying to resuscitate them. The ambulance shouldn't bring them into the hospital because there's basically no chance of survival and that ambulance in bed are needed for someone else.
Columbus, Ohio, Officer Who Shot And Killed Andre Hill Is Fired
"City officials have fired police officer Adam Koi Koi, who is white shot and killed Andre Hill, a black man during an early morning non emergency call just over a week ago, But some local activists say the firing it isn't enough. They want the officer to be indicted from member station W. O s you Nick Evans reports just after 1 A.m. On December 22nd to Columbus Police officers responded to a non emergency call in Overland Drive. It's a nun, remarkable suburban street lined with quaint single family homes from the early 19 sixties. Neighborhood called police about an SUV repeatedly cranking up and shutting off. When he arrived, Officer Adam Coy saw Andre Hill walking from an SUV into an open garage, according to another officer on the scene, quite calmly asked Hilda Walk out. Body camera footage shows koi shooting Hill just seconds later and then coy and other officers failing to provide first aid asshole lay on the ground. According to documents released this week. Officers handcuffed Hill, who was unarmed. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther seemed stunned after seeing footage of the shooting. He was particularly unnerved by the officers who failed to render aid to Hill. We're literally no attempts to revive an aide. This man who had committed no crime was dying. That Is a stunning disregard for life. The incident comes less than three weeks after a sheriff's deputy shot and killed Casey Goodson junior, another black Columbus resident, who was shot entering his home. In this incident. Merrigan third call for coy to be fired, and on Monday, the city's public safety director did just that. Hours later, dozens gathered at the site of the shooting. Hana Door regime helps Leader Bill Relief group called the Central Ohio Freedom Fund at the demonstration. Like other protesters, she turned her focus on the neighbor who called the police in the first place. Andre help deserved a mechanic, not a cop. Yeah, having car trouble. Deserve a death sentence. You were that much of a concerned neighbor. You could've Why not build power and ask him. Is he okay? And Abdur Rahim told the crowd that simply firing Adam Coy isn't enough. She wants to see him charged with murder. Whether he'll face criminal charges is now in the hands of state and federal investigators. The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is looking into whether cause use of force was unlawful, and the U. S attorney is reviewing the case for potential civil rights charges. As for what should replace that early morning, call the 911 Hana Abdul Rahim says Part of the answer is residents asking directly if someone needs help before calling the police. She also wants local officials to set up alternatives. It's on the city to provide resource is to the community to have ways to contact. You know someone for a non emergency resource without some mental health crisis or whether that's you know, I am having a fight with my spouse. The police don't always have to come. And that's the message is being stressed all across the country, as politicians and residents wrestle with the best way to handle calls for assistance. For NPR news.
Los Angeles County Hospitals Divert Emergency Patients As COVID Cases Surge
"Crisis in the U. S. On average. One resident is dying from the virus every 10 minutes as the spread shows no signs of letting up something. County Supervisor Hilda So lease regrets. I'm quite quite frankly, not proud. That L. A county has the largest number of Kobe cases right now. Most L A county hospitals are now diverting emergency room patients elsewhere because of overflow conditions caused by the ongoing case Surge overcrowding caused 96% of L. A county hospitals to divert ambulances at some point During this past weekend, an average of 33% of hospitals were diverting patients before the current case surge started in November. On Sunday, at least five L. A hospitals declared and internal disaster. Vice President elect Kamila Harris is set to
Woodrow Wilson HS student paper endorses ‘Black pioneer’ teacher for rename, Washington DC
"School in the district will soon have a new name. But what will it be? Some ideas include naming it after former Mayor Marion Barry or former Council member Hilda Mason School's newspaper has its own thoughts, saying she would be the first woman to be named after a district public high school. Woodrow Wilson's student run newspapers endorsing a former educator who was one of the first black teachers at their school, the students staff, but the beacon endorses Edna be Jackson. Saying her influence is a black pioneer and a majority. White population demands recognition, The district decided to rename Woodrow Wilson because of the late U. S. President support for segregation of federal employees. Ken Duffy
"hilda" Discussed on WJR 760
"Biden. Hilda Drivin Rally in Philadelphia, he says, Ah, large voting turnout will send a clear message. Americans vote. A man who will be heard when America's heard. I believe the message is going to be loud and clear. It's time for Donald Trump to pack his bags and go more than 2.6 million Michigan people have already voted nearly half of the turnout in the 28 presidential election. It was 2008 Which was the highest in Michigan history, some of the issues surrounding mail in voting and how it's affecting a key battleground state months. President Trump criticized mail in voting even back in the spring, arguing the process is ripe for Froggy later clarified that he has a problem with unsolicited ballots, not absentee ballots in Pennsylvania, seven counties will not even begin counting ballots until Wednesday morning. That's Fox News reporter David Sponte. The election is likely to come down to just a couple of states. Here's a report from Fox's Jared Halpern. There are many roads to get to 270 Electoral College votes for President Trump Recreating 2016 would net 306 votes. Ah, large enough threshold toe lose Arizona's 11 electoral votes or Pennsylvania's 20. For Biden. The easiest path winning back the Blue Wall of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin doing that, without adding any additional states lost by the Clinton campaign would total 278, but the bike campaign is also investing in a more southern strategy. Florida's 29 electoral votes are critical to the president's reelection in polls show a tight race there. Jared Halpern, Fox news time A federal judge, noting Detroit's slow postal service ordered the U. S. Postal Service to speed up delivery in Detroit ahead of the election to handle the absentee ballots. Michigan had 3792 new cases of Corona virus and 31 deaths. The latest record high single day total. Kwame Kilpatrick's family says that Kilpatrick will be released from prison this week, the latest in many such rumors in the last couple of years. Now the world market sponsored by Mother Waddles, donate your card from other wattles and help the poorest of the poor call 313 wattles. Asian markets are up. Europe is looking good, and the Dow futures are up sharply. After a loss on Friday. I'm Jake a finer W J R news more coming up with Paul W. Smith. The colder weather is upon us. And that could mean mohr aches and pains. Many of us have joints that get affected and flamed and believe me, I know It just isn't any fun. I can relate to that if you're tempted to just deal with it and not get it treated. Let me tell you you need to get it treated. Okay? My friends at the restore Wellness Center. They can help you. They helped relieve my neck pain. What I had it by using the nation's top laser system. They're technicians go through extensive training across the country. And there the on ly manufactured, trained and certified laser specialists here in Michigan..
Former Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis endorses Biden at 2020 DNC
"Joe Biden has a plan to help working families and small businesses. Our next speaker healed us. Elise worked alongside him as secretary of Labor to make sure that there were good American jobs and that Americans were safe on the job. To hear more about the Biden Harris economic plan, please welcome Hilda Solis. Hello. I'm Hilda Solis. The day, Vice President Biden swore me in as secretary of labor was one of the proudest moments of my life. My parents realize they've achieved their American dream. Because the daughter of two blue collar immigrants would make history and give voice to people just like them. American workers need a fighter now, more than ever, and Joe Biden is that person because he has done it before, and I've seen it firsthand. He and President Obama made it easier for home care workers to organize. They extended overtime pay to more than four million workers. They say the automobile industry and a whole lot of good union jobs with it. And when millions of families lost their homes. My friend from California Senator Kamala Harris took on the big banks and won. But because of Donald Trump's failures, we must once again rescue a sinking economy. Millions of Americans are out of work and communities of color are the hardest hit. Millions of a central workers are putting their lives at risk with little protections and millions war are just playing tired. That's why Joe Biden Kamala Harris actually have a plan not only to recover what we lost, but to improve upon it. Toe build back better, creating five million good union jobs by bringing back supply chains to America that's building back better. Creating millions of jobs by investing in clean energy that's building back better and making sure that working families can't afford childcare. That's how we build back better. So let me borrow and slightly edit something, Joe Biden said at my swearing in when it comes to expanding the economy for all people, No one. No one is going to be a stronger voice than our next president Joe Biden.
"hilda" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Our next speaker, Hilda's Elise, worked alongside him as secretary of labor to make sure that there were good American jobs and that Americans were safe on the job. To hear more about the Biden Harris economic plan, please welcome Hilda Solis. Hello. I'm Hilda. So lease the day Vice President Biden swore me in as secretary of labor was one of the proudest moments of my life. My parents realize They'd achieved their American dream because the daughter of two blue collar immigrants would make history and give voice to people just like them. American workers need a fighter now, more than ever, and Joe Biden is that person because he has done it before, and I've seen it firsthand. He and President Obama made it easier for home care workers to organize. They extended overtime pay to more than four million workers. They saved the automobile industry and a whole lot of good union jobs with it. And when millions of families lost their homes. My friend from California Senator Kamala Harris took on the big banks and one But because of Donald Trump's failures, we must once again rescue a sinking economy. Millions of Americans are out of work and communities of color are the hardest hit. Millions of the central workers are putting their lives at risk with little protections and million's war are just playing tired. That's why Joe Biden Kamala Harris actually have a plan not only to recover what we lost, but to improve upon it. Toe build back better, creating five million good union jobs by bringing back supply chains Toe America that's building back better. Creating millions of jobs by investing in clean energy that's building back better and making sure that working families can't afford childcare. That's how we build back better. So let me borrow and slightly edit something, Joe Biden said at my swearing in when it comes to expanding the economy for all people, No one. No one is going to be a stronger voice than our next president Joe Biden. The conversation you're about to see proves it Behind every business. There's a story. Small businesses around the country are bearing the economic brunt of.
Houston - Texas judge issues shelter at home order for Hidalgo County
"Hilda go counting in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas will be requiring residents to shelter at home in order to try to combat the spread of Corona virus. The order also includes a curfew for those 18 and older, essential travel limitations and a requirement for facial coverings well outdoors. This comes as a county reported 34 deaths and 524 additional cove in 19 cases on Monday. According to Governor Abbott's office. This order has no enforcement mechanism, which makes it simply a recommendation that was charity. McCurdy
Texas reports record number of new coronavirus cases, extends ban on elective surgeries
"To free up more hospital bed space. Governor Abbott is suspending elective surgeries and four more Texas counties. Surgeries are now postponed at hospitals and Cameron Hilda go new Oasis and Web counties to two spikes in Corona virus cases. Elective surgeries were suspended last week and bear Travis Harrison Dallas County's Texas reported more than 6900 new covert 19 cases Tuesday, a record daily increase that brings the state's total to nearly 160,000
California reports first coronavirus death as L.A. County declares emergency
"Kelly county supervisor Hilda Solis said the state of emergency declaration opens the door to state and federal assistance we need every tool at our disposal to make sure we're ready to support any coronavirus patients who are diagnosed and to prevent any further spread the cities of Long Beach and Pasadena also expected to announce states of emergency today of the new patients in LA county one person is hospitalized and five others are in self quarantine
"Arbor. Smith has never been a single issue activist her entire life. She's demanded justice and dignity for those whose voices aren't heard that's just how she was raised. I Barbara and her twin sister beverly reborn in Nineteen forty-six in Cleveland Ohio. That's where the family had settled after leaving. Small Town Georgia in the Jim Crow South South their mother Hilda. The first person in the family to earn a college degree died when they were nine. The sisters were then raised by their extended family in a household of women who put great stock education in the mid nineteen sixties. Barbara attended mount. Holyoke an all women's college where she later recalled she surrounded by quote Lesbian undercurrents that were not spoken at the time. Barbara wasn't aware of any gay rights efforts and while her feelings for women and were nothing new she didn't come out. Until the mid nineteen seventy s nine hundred seventy four barber co founded the combat. He river collective a black black feminist organizing group dedicated to the struggle against quote racial sexual heterosexual and class oppression in nineteen eighty barbara and Audrey Lorde the self-described Black Lesbian feminist mother poet Warrior Co founded the kitchen table. Women of Color Press. It was run by and for women of color whose writings got short shrift shrift by the mainstream publishing industry by the time I interviewed Barbara. She'd been speaking truth to power for decades as a woman against Misogyny as as an African American against racism as lesbian against Homophobia and as a black lesbian against those in the gay rights movement. Who sidelined the concerns of LGBTQ jibbed Q.? People of Color. So here's the scene. It's January twenty ninth. Two thousand one and Barbara has driven from her home and Albany New York to my weekend. Place a half hour south. We're seated on an overstuffed SOFA looking at photographs. That Barbara brought with her. She shows me a photo of herself and her twin sister at the nineteen seventy-nine national march on Washington for Lesbian and gay rights. This is my sister and me. At the March seventy nine and I'm the one on the right with my hair braided and I was thinking about that. As as I pulled that picture out I mean it took hours to get my hair braided. I only did it like a couple of times because I am so not into the the Muslim festival. The I was thinking like just seeing the fact that I had my hair braided shows how special I thought this March was. Do you recall anything about the march. You spoke or I just remember the feeling of incredible joy and being there and excitement there is such a kick in being visible and out and doing that in a mass way I think that if one is like manifesting or if one is visible and by yourself that's really kind of scary. Three scares me to this day. But the thing is to have the The support of numbers everything. This is a general statement undeveloped. The seventies are the second half of the seventies which was a period. When I was first out? There is a feeling that we could do anything. I had the feeling that we could do anything that everything was possible. Because we were toppling such mammoth taboos and such a mammoth notions oceans. That women were supposed to be passive and stay at home and have a baby and in in black nationalist context. Stay home and have babies for the nation. This extreme amount seems to me of male chauvinism in in a certain context which is a direct result of racism and the deficit of never be able to lead in have freedom in a racist country so to make up for white supremacy in certain black. Political context of black men are even more chauvinistic. Because they're really we're GONNA show you who's boss because they are so rightfully angry about not being recognized as capable and full human beings in context were white men and get to call the shots. Being a lesbian feminist. As I was in that period was about just sticking holes you know in in every terrorist value and belief lesbian work there was an actual lesbian feminist movement which was very vital and Had great positive impact. On the way that issues in a variety of movements were were shaped and were defined during that period and we worked with gay men like we were able to work with gay men who were ready to deal with us so the thing is the line between lesbian feminism and feminism and the lesbian and Gay Liberation Movement. Those winds were not like hard and tossed so lesbian feminist were active in the reproductive rights movement. Lesbian feminists were key in building that while the movement against domestic violence and sexual assault. If it wasn't for less would be no movement but the thing is a lot lot of history is a racist we really we were so What's the word of hated? We were so hated and so ostracized Ivy League by our communities of Color. There is nothing saying to be heard. Hardly anything sane to be heard about the reality that not everybody. Here's heterosexual people. Color context anywhere I spoke Howard University used to have on national black writers conferences sponsor them throughout the seventies and I was invited to the last one would say ever had It was in nineteen seventy eight. I had written toward block them. Criticism in public set in nineteen seventy seven and As as a result of that I was invited to speak at that conference and I was supposed to speak from the essay where I talk about. Lesbian isn't lesbian. That lesbian the other this a perfect example of how black people were dealing with the reality of both gender and Sexuality Politics So I was invited to speak on their first panel. They'd ever had about about black women writers record no and they wouldn't even invite any other feminists I asked him to invite. Would you please put another feminist on this battle and they refuse to that It was at one of their large auditoriums at Howard The place is packed. You know maybe five hundred people. I read excerpts of twitter black feminist criticism and then I wrote a few paragraphs that were specifically aimed at the black community. Not Cruel things by any means. Just interpretive things that would be helpful. Given that essay had originally been and for primarily white feminists audience. So you know I read it you know and then I said and all hell broke loose because they were so upset that that music system deserve to be hated. Oh Yeah Oh no they while you gotta read the essay. You should read the essay. Because it's like when I tell you how upset they were you. You should see what they were responding to which was like. Hey you know. There's a black women's literary tradition. You know it's a strong and long as anybody else's legitimate and we use a feminist perspective to look at writing by black women. There is such a thing as sexism and the the people who are most marginalized in this whole mix or black lesbians in Black Lesbian Writers. But yet we're going to continue and do what we do.
Trailer 2 | Who Killed Michael Francke?
"They got governor say organ there's a force that's missing the murder of a high official Hilda man watched him die. I mean it was getting really really scary in Michael Frankie was murdered. She needs shish you found more than a few snakes and a lot of them are still out there premiers October twenty fourth listen to murder and Oregon on the
The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death - Part 2
"Week we covered jacqueline travers mysterious childhood and how he went from Patty criminal to murderer after receiving a life sentence in prison he was able to transform public perception about him through his memoir but once he secured his release he immediately began killing again today. We'll conclude our exploration into the poet of death. Johann Oh Han Jack wound vaguer while in prison for the murder your of eighteen year old Margaret Shaeffer Jack Vega wrote and published his nineteen eighty-four Memoir Vega Foia or purgatory in it. He largely embellishes relishes a horrendous childhood living with his grandfather due to his excessive hyperbole. The memoir helped Jack cultivate an image that garnered sympathy sympathy from Australia's literary elite and prison reform activists. He became a celebrated author writing short stories plays and and children's stories to go along with his bestselling autobiography he successively trick them all into thinking that prison had rehabilitated him in nineteen ninety ninety. Jack Otter Vicar was released upon his release. He continued his charade as a changed man he became a celebrity giving book readings things in interviews but on September Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety just four months after he regained his freedom. Jack began a whole new murder spree spree. His first victim was thirty year old. Blanca botch Gavaa in Prague this week will cover Jack's continuous murder spree throughout route nineteen ninety and nineteen ninety-one has he moved from Austria to California then we'll cover the international efforts to bring Jack to justice. Thanks in large part are to a retired detective. One of the only ones who saw through Jack's reformed literary Genius Act after Jack Murdered Blunk Bochco vow while interviewing sex workers in Prague he returned to Vienna and began production on a play the piece was entitled Dungeon and served as a sequel to purgatory instead of just staying in Vienna. Jack was taking the play on tour. He was hoping for it to become his first big literary success post-prison. Unfortunately it was neither a critical nor financial success and the lack of appraise angered Jack October twenty six one thousand nine hundred ninety while Jack was in grottes possibly with the tour thirty nine year old sex worker Brune Hilda Hilda Massa disappeared in Austria. Sex Work is legal and highly regulated women must register with the police and are not allowed to begin working until the age of nineteen. The authorities are constantly in the know when it comes to the women working on the streets so when police learned of the disappearance of Brune held Hilda Masa it gave them a great deal of concern as the police scratch their heads over Broom Hilda's disappearance Jack in the tour traveled to Dornbirn a small town four hundred miles west of Vienna near the border of Austria and Switzerland on December fifth one thousand nine hundred ninety according to biographer John Leaks while in Dornbirn Dornbirn Jack called a friend of his and complained about the tepid response dungeon was receiving throughout the tour. The friend recalled that Jack was completely arrate. She tried to calm him down but he hung up on her still in a rage that night jack room the the streets of brigands seven miles north of Dornbirn to cool down. He needed to find a way to blow off some steam. Sadly the victim of Jack's rage would be thirty one year old sex sex worker. Heidi Marie Hammer Heidemarie vanished from her usual spot of the night of December fifth on New Year's Eve a couple of hikers making their way through the woods outside the city discovered Heidemarie Body. She was partially naked exposed from the waist down wrapped around her neck was is her pantyhose which had been used to strangle her to death a few days later on January Fifth Nineteen ninety-one Brune Hilda masses partially naked body body was discovered in the woods by a couple of kids playing there there had been a year and a half gap between the murders of Meriva Horvat and Margaret Shaeffer now while Jack was only waiting a month in between kills it appeared as Jack was evolving Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please I note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg last week. We discussed how jack suffered from narcissistic personality disorder however since his release from prison it is possible that Jackson. PD evolved into malignant narcissism malignant narcissism is a blending of NPD with antisocial personality disorder as Rhonda Freeman PhD writes in her article for psychology she today people with this condition have extremely fragile egos and self esteem they can have occurrences of unstable impulsive or aggressive aggressive behavior. It's quite possible that the poor reception of Dungeon hurt Jax Egos so much that drove him to kill while on the road and at the start of the New Year nineteen ninety-one Jackson the process of moving on from the failures of Dungeon by focusing on his next play scream of fear scream of fear was a short play about AIDS Jackass said lost friends to the disease while in prison throughout the eighties during the AIDS crisis he became increasingly worried about the rising death toll and wanted to bring awareness to it scream of fear premiered in Vienna on February February seventeenth nineteen ninety-one it then travelled to seven other cities across Australia while we don't have confirmed proof that scream of fear was met met with the same response as Dungeon. It is quite possible that it did because while the play was on Tour Jack Struck again on March seventh seventh nineteen ninety-one sex worker Alfreda shrimp disappeared from her corner in Grottes Austria about one hundred twenty miles south of Vienna Elfriede has case ace proved slightly different from Jack previous murders a few days after a free to disappeared. Jack called off Rita's parents and taunted them. What made the calls halls even more nefarious was that the families phone number was unlisted in the phone book. It's possible that check forestall free to give them the number just before he strangled her
The U.S. is talking, and the EU is regulating. Is any of it slowing down Big Tech?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Evan Lyle of rush enterprises is a big fan of Michigan as he put it. The future of mobility is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet dot com to find out why that's P.. L. A. N. Any T. DOT COM. The U._S. is talking the E._U.. Is regulating is any of it slowing down big tech from American public media. This is marketplace tech. The miss define the digital economy. I'm I'm Ali would this week's congressional. Hearings on big tech covered everything. Everything from free speech to competition to privacy to Bitcoin but they did suggest that U._S.. Lawmakers might be moving closer to some regulation to try to curb facebook Google Amazon and Apple. Meanwhile Europe up is way past the talking stage. It's big privacy law the G._D._p.. Are Is legislating data collection at U._S.. Companies and just this week that you launched a new anti-trust investigation into Amazon and find qualcomm for predatory repricing. Let's dig into the differences in approach in quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. Mark Scott is chief technology correspondent with politico. We reached him at the Dublin Airport I think D._C.. Right now is playing a game of cash up so we have gone in the last eighteen months from D._C.. Washington lawmakers frankly doing nothing and saying everything's fine to frankly this week. Multiple hearings on the hill an a day of reckoning. A Big Tech so from that perspective they are moving pretty quickly is just the Europeans have been doing this for desks. The Europeans have been doing this for decades. Do you think it's been effective. Though I mean here we still are with these companies just as big the short answer is no. It's not yeah but that does not mean multibillion. Dollar fines. Don't have a role to play the way the Europeans of messed up and I'm hoping the Americans will learn from this is it's not about the fine so when facebook finding jets it's five million dollars fine. Everyone has go. That's baked in and investors care will will really matter is if the F._T._C. lawmakers on the hill and the Europeans take a meaningful look at how these companies operate and force meaningful changes in how they make money from people like you. You what do you think are the odds of that happening either from Europe or the U._S.. In the shelter I cannot be the pessimist but I think that's also not going to happen pretty because regulators and lawmakers on set up so that they are more more willing to get the headline billion dollar fine and move on what would he takes his ongoing meaningful lasting deep dive into these business models and frankly google facebook apple Amazon Vernon blank no that EH businesses better than regular many who do not have a tech background and frankly on Hilda squeak me so many struggled to really grasp what is going on what about I know this sounds crazy but what about consumer behavior ultimately is it possible people that this really could come down to competition and consumer behavior driving more change than regulators can well. This is the one thing that no one wants to talk about is the fact that we all love facebook. We all use Google Amazon prime account. The issue is Frankie. Not on both sides of the Atlantic most people still prefer tech companies even facebook to lawmakers and therefore when it comes to trust there is an issue that because we have limited contact with politicians ahead of the twenty twenty elections in states. It's just really become toxic. Mark Scott is chief technology correspondent with politico and now for some related links now. I know we just finished talking about how we don't think the government is going to take substantive steps toward regulation but maybe hold that thought the Washington Post reported Thursday that the Federal Trade Commission is considering revamping the Children's online privacy protection act better known as. COPPA it says that APPS and websites can't collect personal information about kids under the age of thirteen and it's why you're supposed to be thirteen to sign up for on line services but the F._T._C. says kids are visiting all kinds of data collecting safes like <hes> Youtube and downloading all kinds of APPs like instagram snapchat and fortnight and that it might need tougher enforcement or even new rules to deal with all that activity a bipartisan bill in the Senate would actually expand Coppa uh-huh cover kids as young as five so maybe we'll regulate after all if it's for the children seventy WHO's produces marketplace tech Eve tro is our senior producer. We got production help this week from Matt Hardy cerebral gear is our engineer. I'm Ali would would have a great weekend everyone. This is a P._M.. 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Islamophobia: a 21st-century hatred
"Joining me, first of all, is the writer poet, speaker and contributor to the folly, it's not about the burka, Salma el-watani some welcome to the program. First of all, I think when we're talking about representations of Muslims and Islam in the media of the non-islamic world. It is difficult to know where to begin. I think a place to begin is probably about September twelfth two thousand and one when it strikes me that quite a lot of the western media kind of discovered Islam was that. How do you think it felt to a lot of Muslims? I think so. Yes, because I remember when that happened, I felt, this discernible shift in my life at life changed for me as a Muslim. Living in England. It visibly changed. I felt the shift. Suddenly, we will ask more questions. Suddenly we were asked to validate your existence in this country more, and you could almost appreciate that it would happen in America and not in England, but it traveled overseas. Right. So we were still off to validate are places. I remember if you're growing up Muslim, and you have family members who availed, so I used to whether headscarf, my mother still wears the head scarf. So we were visibly Muslim in the street and a love eggs were throwing eggs thrown us. And after nine eleven there was just more. There was more basin street. There was more things Hilda us because suddenly the media, we're talking about Islam more, and they weren't talking about it, and positive ways it was in direct accord, with what happened over in America. Those incidents of the coin, you're talking about, of course, that's very much people not asking questions. That's people acting on the basis of answers. They've already arrived at themselves. Do you get the sense though in the nearly eighteen years since then that? The media as a whole is learning anything, I want to be a very positive person and say, yes, however. I'm going to level with you. I think we are, perhaps, in one of the most dangerous places that we can be with our representations of Islam and the Islamophobia that the media perpetuates I think we are a place where we're talking about it so much now and we're talking about in ways, we haven't really talked about it, right? As the rise of ISIS has come about, and the Paris bombings and the next event and the next event, and jihadi brides and jihadi person going off here and runaways to Syria, as all of these things constantly hit the headlines which walking about Islam in the press in ways. We even we win in nine eleven pre-nine eleven post nine you think in some respects it's actually getting moose. I think is getting worse. Yeah. I think we're really pivotal point where we're talking about it, but we're not asking questions to find out about learn about it. And I don't think there's any of the community that constantly hit the headlines in such negative ways. So regularly, as Muslims do, do you think any of the point absolutely taken? But there's a kind of inbuilt. Structural fault. If faulted need it is with the news media that all the things that you do mention news, whereas, I guess, the overwhelming majority of Muslims or indeed, any member of any other cohort just sort of getting up and getting on with their day in meaning, no harm to anybody at all isn't news. I'll tell you. I think that is, I think, because all those are the members of other religious communities, generally have representation Muslims. Don't have representation outside of Ana killings and terrorism. That's why we exist. So if someone does want to make a film, and I say representation across literature, of course, media across the arts across government. We don't have that representation. So when you do see a Muslim, in a film, you can bet it's terrorist number night, isn't it? Oh, it's someone at the beginning of a film, who is doing the cool to prayer. So you've got this Elian language coming in, and then that person is then the person that blows up, whatever we've decided to blow up that day there's no Muslim families in sitcoms and dramas in. Films as Muslim characters that generally exists outside of terrorism. So when you're counter-balancing that with constant headlines that message just reinforced, and I guess the other side of that question is, is there a problem with? And whether it's it's laziness or mendacity, I'm not really sure of, but with certainly certain of the representatives of Islam that the media settles upon thinking of an example in Britain where ludicrous amounts of present time, we're given to Anjem Chowdhry, who is a fundamentalist buffoon, who I suspect speaks for about, as why diffraction Britishers lamas. I do. Exactly. That's the point I'm making with representation, as well as the other voices on that counterbalances. So think back to America before they passed the gay marriage. I d-, right? There was no representations in their media of gay families all gay people living, just being gay, and living and having storylines outside of the fact that they were gay characters. Right. And then you had sitcoms. Like modern family and hugely popular shows like Ellen generous. Okay, and these things coming out and then suddenly America was very easily able to pass that acts in a way that I don't think they would have been able to, to implement political change without ju- representation across their media. So when I say, we don't have representation, of course, on media, and yes, that's different in terms of the representation in culture to what we have in our politics and legislation. I think there's a direct link there, because when all you see an all you hear the voices of these crazed fundamentalists these crazed people that don't speak for the Muslim population in England. They are constantly seen as the rhetoric. They're the people that were like, well, that's slam
"hilda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Red Hilda America roof. KOA NewsRadio time is eight thirty flags remaining at has staff across Colorado following Wednesday's death of a state trooper corporal, Daniel groves. Wednesdays lawmaker windy lawmakers in both the state house excuse me. I was today. Thursday lawmakers in both of the state houses and state observing the moment of silence to honor groves in his sacrifice at the public safety in of all Colorado. Colorado state patrol is a better agency because of his service in the state of Colorado, a better place. Investigators continued to ask for the public's health who piece together what happened leading up to the crash that took the corporals corporals live on I seventy six near milepost forty seven at eleven twenty AM on Wednesday. A California woman is launching a fifty excuse me, gosh, doggone at five hundred billion dollar lawsuit in connection to the Nash nationwide school bribery scandal. Jennifer Cade toy filed a class action complaint in San Francisco superior court against actress, Lori Laughlin Annalisa. Huffman and forty other defendants formerly Oklahoma Oakland teacher claims that her son and other children did not get a fair chance to gain admission to colleges and universities caught up in the cheating scandal. The defendants are accused of conspiracy bribery and use of charitable organizations to hide illegal payments a defiant. President Trump is promising to veto in. Anti gun violence against his political opponents after a rare rebuke by Republican led Senate today, twelve Republican senators joined the Democrats on a vote to deny Trump emergency powers to build his border wall. The president told Breitbart that he has tough people to support him. And if they decided to play tough that they would be very very bad for those that oppose him. Our next news update at nine o'clock. I'm Roger Hudson on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one.
"hilda" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To red Hilda America. By forty-one, San Antonio's first news on this Thursday. The final day of February March is tomorrow. So the weather should be quickly. No sorry. One more cold snap. Hopefully, you know, I think you're right because if you are a fan of the farmer's almanac. Mosquito have not started budding once they start budding winter is over you don't need that fat rat you just need to mosquito Canada mesquite tree is always right. That fat rat not so much. It's like fifty fifty. I don't understand they do it the dark to how can you see this shadow get it? All right coming up next. His flashback. Brought to you by Brown dodge up for grabs at four package. It gets through the San Antonio boat now Dory expo March twenty first through the twenty fourth. Here's the other problem. I had with Michael Cohen tests testimony yesterday, wait until the president was across the world meeting with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon. To do testimony. I know it was planned that way by the oversight committee, but that's just wrong thing. But it didn't stop the president from weighing in on Twitter. I mean, he well sure it was there in the building or in the city to give him to look over shoulder a little bit. God. Or anyway, his former lawyer the so-called fixer which wasn't very good at. It was testifying on Capitol Hill. Reactions to testimony of Michael Cohen depends largely on what party you are. 'cause I talked to a couple of people in just depending on what side of the fence they were on and how they took it his part Cohen said years a blind loyalty to Donald Trump cost him deeply. He said that he calls us for why did call his former boss, a conman or cheat a racist. And he was shame of taking part in Trump's illicit acts for ten years in my new hero at yesterday was Ohio's Jim Jordan. The gentleman yield that could operate. I you don't follow the rules..
"hilda" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"So I like a little bit more from I think her name is Hilda. L D E that's pronounce Hilda, right? An old lady's name it is you don't hear Hilda. Very I and she was ninety seven. So anyway, this one's twelve and she's a reporter who stood up against a cop recently. We didn't we didn't play that audio. But just because we haven't had this good. We haven't had time. I do I would like to get get to that. At some point. It's not going to be tonight. Anyway, there's an interview with her that has had some relevancy in the discussions we've been having here tonight. And the last caller was just talking about the government schools and how God awful, they're they are and the kids these days and the way they're being raised. And I thought her perspective on this was particularly interesting. You know, what is out of the mouths of babes, whatever. So the question she was asked. This is an interview she's being interviewed by bright light, MAG dot com. And this is kind of like halfway through the interview question. You've said, quote, I think a lot of adults tell their kids they can do anything. But at the end of the day, they don't actually let them do anything, unquote. So the reporter asks her can you elaborate, what are some examples. So he'll just says it's so true. I was the only seven year old I knew who was allowed to bike around town. Now for us. I mean, those of us here in the studio, and there's three of us. There's one guy he's not talking because he's not technically on the show with us. He didn't want to be. I said he could be but didn't want to be. But anyway, we're all in our thirties right early forties late thirties. And I and we were all allowed to bike around. I don't know about at seven years old though, you didn't have a bike go as far as my mom would could see okay. I mean, maybe by like twelve I could you know, go around the neighborhood. Maybe maybe even further without you know, not technically allowed. But, you know, maybe I I remember like, you know, going out in the woods and playing with my my friend alone with no parents around. No, I'm not saying that. But as far as like, you can go really far enough bike. It's not that hard to you know, she says further here, I have friends who are eleven and they aren't even allowed to walk into town. A lot of parents are such phonies. She says questions, what's the how big is this town. I mean, are we talking about a town of twenty thousand people we're talking about a town of five thousand people we're talking about a town of one hundred thousand people like I mean, how big is the town. Well, it's it's not I don't think it's particularly big here. Sellings groves where she's from population fifty nine hundred. So it's a really tiny town. Yeah. So I mean, it wouldn't be unreasonable for a seven year old in a small town to do, you know, but she's the only one she's the only person in that age range. So she says further a lot of parents are such phonies. They say how they embrace their kid's creativity. But hardly let them cross the street without freaking out. How? Our kids supposed to great things in the world. If they aren't allowed to live in the world, I've been arguing this since ever forever. My entire life. I've been arguing this. She says further kids are a lot smarter than adults think I have friends who are way smarter than I am. But because they're stuck inside their house or school all day. No one knows. And she finally says the best thing about my parents is that they get out of the way. True. I just think that's really brilliant. And it's so sad at the same time. It's it's unfortunate. Because the parents can't get out of the way to the degree. At least I would want to get out of the way legally, they can't leave. You can't let it seven year old war. Nobody's going to hire them. I mean, you can't let a year drive. I mean, maybe they're not they can't really drive anyway because they're not. Yeah. But the point is that they should be able to if you can get over the hump and so forth. Of doing those things. I mean, I certainly think like a thirteen fourteen year old should be able to drive. Yeah. Whatever as long as they're able to keep capable of doing things. And if you were to allow younger people to mature at the, you know, the speed they want to which is what she's talking about here. She's able to go out there and do the things she wants to do and she's become a nationally or internationally recognized journalist at age twelve I mean at age, she started at eight, and so she she at this point has spent a third of her life doing journalism. Yes, amazing. It's I think it's I think it's interesting that I it certainly I don't think anybody's going to argue that every seven year old or eight year old is going to be able to go out and do this kind of stuff on their own. But there are no kids that age who should who are totally capable and should be able to and they should not be inhibited because there are twenty two year olds that are incapable of some of these things right in this article. She this interview, you know, she talks about some of the mistakes that she made when she was a young even even younger journalists and how she's you know, she's grown in the last four years of doing journalism as a young person, not stopping somebody artificially is very important. It allows them to grow at the pace that they're ready to to grow. Because a lot of young people want to go to work. They want to go out there and create a thing for the marketplace to whether it will succeed or not doesn't matter. They should have the freedom to make mistakes at that young age. You don't want somebody to get their first job when they're getting out of college at twenty three. That's a really bad idea. It happens though. And it happens. It does happen a lot. So anyway, I hope we get a chance to play the video maybe not again not tonight. But on another night of her standing up against the police because. I mean, more people ought to be able to do that stuff. So toll free number here. Eight fifty five four fifty free. I just thought that was a really interesting viewpoint from a young person of what it's like, she's sad for her other friends. They're stuck in their houses. She says they're stuck in their schools and in their houses, and that is not a place. You can't grow in those environments if you can't get out there and actually do something in the world sad stuff. But it's so so true today, especially so and yet there are government laws that get in the way of parents like letting their kids go to the park by themselves in some states. So there are some risks to the front. Those laws. I'm thinking about less was that are even not that restrictive. Like, you know, just employment. You can't get a job not you're not allowed. I mean, it's not even like you can let it. Okay. So you let your kid worked fine. But nobody is going to be able to employ them because they will get in trouble for it. Right. And nobody wants to employ anybody under the age of sixteen. Anyway, even though you can do fourteen or fifteen in most places because the restrictions the government plays which early on them are insane. Mandatory breaks, really ridiculous. Let's go to David. He's in New Mexico listening online, David. Yeah. Her name means battle that that's appropriate. All right. And it she probably has European northern European Scandinavian connection in her family. It's not Hilda in the United States is kind of a frumpy name. But yes, a little more. And it's in the United States we pronounce it kind of ugly, you say and then in in Europe, Scandinavia more he'll he'll. Yeah. He'll be. So it's not it's not quite so frumpy sounding dates answer question. I thought about it. The after you've asked George story is advertising probably was forced them health product that he was pushing that was running his ads kind of it was kinda funny 'cause the question I was replace from his previous sites program is played on WGN S thought of Tennessee. On that night right after your program and coincidentally on on his program on that replay right after your program again today. But what I called about is coming. Civil war or actually it's kinda beginning here in New Mexico right now, the yeah. Well, yeah. 'cause there's a there's an incompatible showdown. Meaning legally incompatible basically orders or intentions by. We're talking about the sheriff's the other night. There was a twenty nine of the thirty three sheriffs in the in the state. We're not going to enforce the gun laws legislature, Sarah all riled up. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And that movement has it. Exponentially increases every day was yesterday. There were twenty nine sheriffs to and fix county commission that had voted to make their county's sanctuary counties now is fourteen counties, and we and three municipalities have added to that. How many counties in New Mexico total? Thirty three. Wow. So more than half. Almost was it fourteen. Plus the other few fourteen TOTO. No. Well, there's two different things thirty three counties, but but the.
"hilda" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Nine. Dirt farmers. Thanks, guys. We've had a little time with the word Hilda glare I L D E G U L A R, Greg. What say you? I'm going to assume that this is a relatively recent term. It doesn't say on here. But it comes to us from the world of politics, and it is a technique used in debating whereby you use knowingly false information in order to convince your opponents of your point of view. Who would do something like that? Samuel Hilda glare. Women in order to convince your opponents of what of your side of the argument debating technique involving using false information could be that Denise what do you say? Well, I would say that this is actually an old word. It's a Scottish word, and it means topsy-turvy topsy-turvy, Hilda glare could be what about you bury. He'll do glare is a person who is capable of living off the land. A lot of people probably didn't know that Ogden. Nash was it hill glare. And wrote a famous poem about it on a hill over there. You should be aware lives a hill Diggle air. Who doesn't believe in underwear? The mind simply boggles it's one one who lives off the land or topsy turvy or a debating technique using false information. Well, Carolyn it really is one of those three and it's up to your team to figure out which one. Oh, I thought Hilda Galera sounded like Wagner is favourite airline..
"hilda" Discussed on KCRW
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"hilda" Discussed on WCHS
"Gal by the name of hilda witcher and hilda was a secretary at a wallet manufacturing company in new york years and years ago and part of the idea that they wanted to do this wallet company you know they wanted to demonstrate the usefulness of their wallet and so they wanted to provide a sample social security card when they sold that wallet and it just so happened that that sample included hilda's real social security number and as a result more than forty thousand people over the years have used hill this number so if you're looking for one that she might have one available for you although i'm not sure sure hilda's around any longer another gentleman a number of years ago you may recall touting his online security company he was brave enough to to come on radio commercials and say this is my name and i'm ceo of this place you probably know who i'm talking about and he said probably proclaimed this is my social security number with the idea that he was so confident in his company that you know what it doesn't matter if i tell you what my social security number is and the promotional stunt didn't quite work out as planned and he had been hacked a number of different times and few people made a dollar or two off of that although i'm sure in many ways the marketing equity that he got from the marketing side of it may have may have one benefit in his mind but nonetheless now we're joking there about some of the goofy parts of of social security but we we all know we talked about this at the start of the show here in usa financial radio we we know that the system is facing financial troubles in and you don't have to look any further than the statement that they send to you or if you're using the online statement system they put it right in your face hey you know something we're facing difficulties in x number of years we're only going to be able to pay out a certain percentage of the benefits that we've currently promised and that's not changing that number has not improved if you've tracked that at all over the course of the years and.