21 Burst results for "Hornsey"

"hornsey" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"hornsey" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"I saw more locals at this convention than i have ever seen harlequins at any other convention and harlequin was one of the most overdone. 'cause place as far as like you know you're thinking about like in previous years when i thought when i think about the top three most popular 'cause please we got the same for me. It'd be harley. Deadpool whom spiderman get all three. Just perfect marks now combined the sum total of the average of those three groupings and they pill in comparison to the number of locations that we saw bro and it was tiring how they were complex. Look he's there were. Lazy loki literally just bought the fucking horn green t shirts. This play bitch. No it ain't just ugly bury it and then we like we do not cause shame here. We don't cost play shame but we're call mouth okay. I i understand shamed. You should be ashamed. I'm telling you right now with the shit was but that's thing like you can't you can't not call it out. We got jackass and a t shirt in hornsey bob from walmart. Okay and then over here you got this dude. Who like at the the suit. The bookkeeper president suit looks like the president. Loki jit hordes. He had like so in makeup. Ed sears some shit yeah okay and then an alligator eating one of his arm emma on the smallest dedication that was dedicated. This there's always a a wave For for cars please. You know always but not not to does it. There were a lot there are tons and they're actually like hons of other cool causeways to we saw some amazing ones. You'd we saw some I saw a really good a destiny. Soldier is all frigging. I saw living grab from a venture time which was fucking dope. Took a picture that from my friend. A shadow husam. We saw freaking cloud. There's a dope cloud. Gosh yeah there were a few clouds there. A couple of them were really impressive. And then there was one who is like cloud supreme. He actually had materia blaye in his and he had the etchings in his in his Short as well in his hair actually had like the details from like five seven remake. Do it was so good. And i even saw one. Zach zach gets no love right for some fucking reason like like clouds stole your entire job. Zack he stole everything from both saw that because we were both just like bro. I fucking zach. Oh by the way con lasted from thursday to monday but we always say till sunday because not much happens monday so we. We did the early to avoid traffic but yeah dude khan had so many cool cars place..

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A Tale of Two Artists

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

A Tale of Two Artists

"I'm gonna talk about two artists. And i talk about a little bit of a controversy and a little bit of pettiness at a little bit of back and forth. And it's it's terrific. I love this whole story excited. I step i'm gonna tell you all about initial kapoor. No yeah. I knew you if you're not if you're not familiar with his name. He's a leading contemporary british indian artist. Who works in large scale. Abstract public sculpture so an issue kapoor was born in nineteen fifty four in mumbai india to an iraqi jewish mother and an indian punjabi his father. He spent his childhood and teen years in india but in nineteen seventy-one moved to israel. And that's where he decided to become an artist in nineteen seventy-three he left for britain to attend the hornsey college of art and the chelsea school of design kapoor earned money by working for an interior designer and then he went on to teach at wolverhampton polytechnic in nineteen seventy nine and he has been london-based ever since so kapoor became known in the nineteen eighties for his geometric or by amorphous sculptures using simple materials like granite limestone marble plaster and also pigment so these early sculptures are frequently simple curved forms. They're usually monochromatic. Maybe their brightly colored and he uses powder pigment to define and permeate the form so Sculpture wise a lot of sculptures seems to recede into the distance disappear into the ground or distort the space around them and since nineteen ninety-five he's worked with Basically polish stainless steel has been one of his great medium since nineteen ninety. Five and these works are mirror reflecting or distorting. The viewer in their surroundings kapoor has had a lot of accolades. He received the nineteen ninety one. Turner prize twenty eleven praemium imperiale in japan and in two thirteen he received a knighthood from queen. Elizabeth the

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"hornsey" Discussed on Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast

Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast

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"hornsey" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"hornsey" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

"Welcome to the lights camera pro podcast where we interview entertainment pros about their careers and how they became successful in the industry the secret to their success here every week here's your host. SEAN TURA HEY everybody. Welcome to the lights camera pro podcast. I'm your host, Shaw Vittore and I just want to say go to apple podcasts and spotify and subscribed rate in review I. Just wanted to mention that this audio podcast was originally a facebook live. Today's guests are Nikki trends and manny also out of New York they have this really cool podcast called bubble bath stories where record on their phones in the bathroom and tell stories These guys are a lot of fun. Here we go. I love the live thing. Click to go live. It's so cool. Hey everybody were live here with the Lights Camera podcast I'm your host Shaven tour and we are here today that the to podcasts, creators, podcasters, and creators of bubble bath stories. Nikki and manny they record their podcasts in the bathroom they're going to tell us about it This is so cool. Welcome guys. Yeah. So I'm going to shut up now for a second and just let you talk about how bubble best stories how did you come up with the idea? How did you create it? How did you decide you wanted to record it in the bathroom? Are you still doing that? Yes. He's law obviously right now we're not. We came up with rem bar trade a production. Of Definitely, in the TV business and many here has had experience in radio on data Tampa, and we just needed a creative outlet for us and anyone who lives in New York that you live in a very tiny apartment in every room is a con room and we found that we were having a lot of discussions in the bachelor or. The living room another ended after interweave oranization In that bureau and so we thought this would be some of the things we were talking about we felt needed to be shared on our friends. And I remember one of those one of those stories were as we're trying to figure out superheroes pay taxes, and if they do how how do they taught Lake Superman right off his office, right? He was entity was. Weird bouncing this around in over the next night manicheism and actually found a eight in our last spreadsheet at shown House Spiderman and Batman dipper taxes differ and where they would fall into. That conversation coworkers and they're. Getting into how whom or Susan seems to have an exponential amount of money. Rain were. Home. Name. rule-based is we are part of the cannabis community at one of the places that we do in bathroom until it became like a very relaxing kind of. Zet. Place while and was. And was. Exciting. A relaxing at a bubble bath and still kinda that's where all tied in and so we just fall one bathroom has great. I'm an amazing a bathroom. I can live concerts and everything. What what room in hostile even be the best to do on vasteras you can't do it in. Never. He's GonNa. Get it The bathroom is where you shed off your layers, Intel your tribune's sell. This is. Saying. So we sit in our very tiny. Just. By. Ourself owns and we just Kinda go at it depending on what it is that we wanna talk about that week what's going on that we or sometimes it could be something been boiling us. Yeah. We have yet it all out there right. I do remember and I have to ask you this was going to wait but. You Watch the Bob's Burgers and you had like a drinking contest or something that of your episodes as with with the quarantine started out here we noticed everybody started downloading zoom or any of these base timing APPs every making with their rooms or chat rooms right as. We saw body was doing these live sharing on instagram. We just figured hey, why not just do a live hang out as well and we started making it an actual contests. So when yeah when we first did it was You know we would set up a different show Hannah drink in Washington to create a drinking role. Sorry tack This you had to take a drink. So we wanted to bring up zooey addict Trivia today. and. So with the jury can't get out. That we have are merging things like a really simple. But then we started not as there was a burger decli- now that things are open up realize we have like bill. And so the very last one, what we did was we invited all the previous winners and allow them to only participate for cash prize until we got them trash talking each other it was it was actually a lot of finally found people enjoyed any what else are you doing on a Friday night during Hornsey? Me You will win the. So. That's very cool. But I'm interested in the in the contest like what do you say on your website or do you say on your podcast site on anchor like, Hey, we're having a contest whoever guesses the Trivia Wins Twenty Bucks or wins So we actually we have taken a hiatus doing audio because he just needed a break to kind of figure out how we're GONNA make the next season better works for us. into. Just happened that happened at a time refigure, we need to stay relevant. That's really what it's all about. It doesn't matter what it is doing for your followers continues to engage. You have to always have some big going on and so that one of the things do every week mostly. Saturday. Every day we would pose like this is the show that we're doing. This is the title and everyday be a different rate gifters blight. That and then like the day before we put all the rules if they just became people are become excited about it. They were rat like.

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"hornsey" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Pantheon

"I heard that it is fantastic. It is lovely. Big Development was very excited to which it, Thompson. Would it be in the? Play. That could have done that British guitarist show. Yeah, sat down on the stage. In in the eastern. LACOB So when go back to find out a little bit of that Y- origins John when you were growing up where you of those kids who was all excited by the Beatles and the saying of the top -solutely, yes, the Beatles like A. Sixty, three, sixty four, when I was born in forty nine, so that was a trigger, and it was expressed some sort of the musical freedom as it developed, and they affected society, and I look back at the pictures in everyone over forty look like were over sixty, so we got guys aside through the north. Bank Youth Club, and I got interested in the music when I was asked by the elders who ran. Ran The club about some bands to play, and one of Ashley's Bands was Dr k's Blues Band. At one time he played Bass there for DR K, and they were other bands I think one of the early versions of fable was one cool. Tim Turn is not that had two or three gigs some point, but it was a real fine win the other big muscle hill ban. The muzzle hillbillies themselves the Ravens. The Ravens. To play at the club on a Saturday night, it's like a blue light disco with the live band and this lovely Mana House type of which had sort of the rooms from the front to the back, had separating wolves just fill up the double size room with people, and the ravens played, and by went down a storm. We feel the place we sold every ticket I was like fifteen sixteen. Something like that I got them to come back on. This was nineteen sixty three, and I had them another contracts on. I did signed I was too young, but we got them back at a slightly higher right, but we put them in a big a church hole in Hornsey. And I remember the night distinct took because it was the night off. The Kennedy was shot. November, twenty three, it was a Saturday night, Kennedy Show on the twenty second in SARS England was concerned the night before or the day before, and we didn't know where the Web Wolf three with breakout with a bums before off out of this guy, or whatever everyone was really why right, but nothing happened the Gig went on the place rocked, and they turned. The boys turned up. The kings turned up in their hunting jackets, the red velvet with the frilly white shirts. I like to I heard an early version of you really got me because they didn't record it for six months, but they were trying it out, and they live act from what I've rate, so it could have happened, i. that was an influential Gig for them. Because it appears in the stage show, they put where paid quite for us to live around the corner. He's the one that used to bring the contractor on made a tight back and get solid pilot club builders, and in the play he says of to raise threatening to walk out on the kinks. He says it was more fun when we was planning a youth club. And I was in. The audience knows shedding a tear because. I used to love is talking about. Whether, it was not. But it was. And two thousand fifteen back had lunch at the old homes where he used to drink way finally enough Simon. Nichols mother used to drink, too. So it is quite likely that the Davis family and the dickel matriarch will drinking at a pub at the same time. I don't know whether I know he knew each other, but anyways. That's part of the legend went to the show, the Sunday afternoon musical the next day, or went on a walk around Highgate, and we ended up the flask up in highgate. Which is ray? Davis is local and the two-group hours on. We stopped outside a road. This is just up from highgate cemetery where Karl Marx Buried McLaren and A bear damned wanted to see this befriended a Canadian professor. It was along for the ride. The woke and I say to the tour later isn't right Davis a resident around here now. He's aiding I'll. Yes. He lives in this house opposite so after it all the to O'Brien cop wheel went down separate ways down about to go down to the cemetery I'll went back to the floss just to check out with a right was there and he wasn't there, but as we came back around the corner car draws up right. Davis comes out. And I said to Henry the Canadian Profess Ella stay with me on this Oh. Wait up to ray. Say I shook his off of my hand. He's Tokyo. Hands I say it won't remember me, but I put on the GIG at the Moravian Church all in home. And he said that was you. Was It on I, said yes, that was may was sixteen years old or something. Fulton is up forty, nine, hundred, sixty three, and I said on know you remember it because you wrote about it in your biography X. Right, and it's their own age sighing the same sort of things. The Kennedy got shot with playing this gig of them arriving. Anyway end to the King Story. That's the COMTEX Arkan puzzle. But that was inspiring, and so when Simon Nicol was a teenage friend food. The teen years we didn't go to the same school. He lived at the top of the hill. I lived at the bottom. We had a mutual friend that was in my scout patrol nick, and so during the summer holidays school holidays, we used Tomato Knicks House and also fabled Simon's home where his doctor had surgery on the ground floor, and the family lived upstairs. So that's how we became friends alleges ago when the band said we wanting to stop play gigs at that stage I was going out with Angela my wife and Co. brother-in-law had a car be a printing company. Company and so nick designed a poster book. The Michael's Church Hall in Golders Green is the first GIG. And kaethe and I drive around. Muscle Hill suburbs. Sticking out the post is on the Lampposts Telegraph policy sitters you do and We child six shillings. I think it was an absolute thrill for me in two thousand seventeen when we went back for the fiftieth anniversary property that one of the t shirts being sold at the merch tent. Was that post? The orange post is the outline of someone who did a lot, Judy. It's my phone number by family phone number two, five, five on the bottom y. you can ring to book your balanced ticket. We were fifty as light and and people walk around the field, wearing orange t shirts with that poster on the Gig, famously had twenty people attained. I think it was more than that. We did manage to by a Chinese dinner from the proceeds after, and then you know the now I got involved in supporting. The band went down to the Bryan Morrison Agency in St Chime. And convince them that they should tighten my buddies. Owners abandoned. Get them bookings..

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"hornsey" Discussed on Tipsy Filmmakers

Tipsy Filmmakers

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Tipsy Filmmakers

"More could be though. The library does have to shrink just because they can't have every single film so that up genocides. Like you're still getting a lot of good. There's a lot of good things out there. Onstream thinks in that makes it so much more convenient especially for binge-watching sometimes it's better to especially some of the shorter Syrians were like limited short serials. That they do some limited like Syria. Don't ask right exactly you. Just get so into it like you. Just don't WanNA stop. You need to know some happened. That makes seven so needs. No what's what's coming. What's what's happening. What's the big reveal that makes it nice instead of having to sit out? Wait wait like four or five days and then hope in the mail. Yeah my mom and I I talk about. I pretty sure we're watching once upon a time it with its streaming. I try and like we watch the end of this series and I make sure we have enough time to watch the first episode of the next season. So we're left on a cliffhanger like that so the reason time. That's yeah sometimes. The Clippers Nice but yet most I don't know I mean no way I'm going to keep going right. Don't give me the 'cause occupy watching. I'm still here net flicks. I'm still here. Do you have blake a favorite original. But so I so when people ask me about favorites I like I have like I think everyone's got like they're ultimately Certain movies certain movies and shows that you just those are just the ones that you just repeat who wants to favorites in there If some of the ones that are really really do well as far as TV shows go. Stranger things Agassi's yes so good. It's kind of the second third season help some problems. That just aren't as good as the first but they're still really good like if they're asking there's still like better than and yeah. I agree Another one is altered. Carbon is soon and it's called altered carbon aren't I did? I actually finished the second season after nights ago. Was it sorry no no no not so other? She goes like that so like me the second season. 'cause I was I love her. She's it's to me. It's really cold exactly what I was looking for. A SCI FI cyberpunk world is just cool. It's really cool a second season when I started watching it it. It was still good like it's still better than log shows. I've seen it is not as good as the first and then I stopped for Awhile School in Hornsey yet. Finals exactly finals a quarantine. All things are happening so I finally sat down watch one episode and then I finished the rest sciences and it. It's still was like there's still some problems with it but it's still really good like I was like there's some there's some territory moments that happened. I was like senator your man who's not break so it's still like even at the end of the day even though things didn't go why it just didn't work as well as it should have. There was still so much that I loved about 'em especially the characters like those two I was really like at the very. They came down to what was happening to some of the characters that was all by God that hurts soul. Oh my heart palpitations. How would you describe the show? So Nicole can about to my list but please convince me why I should watch it. So it's it's a combination of so many different films and TV shows that you've seen the south like sci fi futuristic worlds. It's like China Blade runner trying to Matrix. Its Own. I mean. Essentially the the of the first season boils down to any future world where death is now extinct because we're able to download our cautious onto devices called stacks and they basically go into different bodies so you can essentially be the same person but living in different people's pockets. Kennelling. Yeah exactly. Yeah so you're just like if you damage your normal body they take out your stack and they stick you into a new one. That comes with like well if you want the best you have to be afforded and then remained story revolves around a special special forces operative and he is tasked to solve with murder of a man that was killed his own murder. The he's having himself because he can't yeah and like he's he was in prison right in their four. Prison is having your stacks. Just sit for like years and was like what five hundred years or something. It was never like it was like half a century or something like that. So is it just his body that sits just he no. He's sitting there like a matching lake. A thumb drive and you pick it out of your body and then thumb is you but your body dies right and I plug it into another body. Stack has been taken away. So you trade up bodies okay. So what does prison do you? Just sit your your your thumb drive to sits. Oh the thumb drive sits your body's gone but moon sits being comb. I would just that would probably be the closest thing as you consume. Is that like basically the nothing happening there? Outside of their body but they still have some form of consciousness baking. I understand I back out. But Yeah exactly. They should basically like he's he's on is says they call it or He's imprisoned for like five two hundred five years or something like that and they bring him out in Monte and then they just wake him up to needs comes out and he they. There's a whole part of that process that they have to get used to their new bodies because it's not there's some of them have augmentation or let's say that like if you can't afford a really Nice Balmy and guy you can get a really cheap one give. You're like a thirty five year old athlete. A thirty five year old male athlete. You could end up in the body of six year old girl or vice versa or vice versa. Potentially it's one of those things especially for prisoners. They kind of just like the luck of the draw. Yeah whatever body they have Jewish around. So it's it was really sad because I like it's like a little moment. You see when he's like like walking out there's a six-year-old like I WANNA say. She's younger than like she's like ten. Maybe younger and she's in a was it a woman's body or like an older man's body and her parents didn't recognize her verse and like. Yeah there was like. Oh my God. Just like he's sitting there. Washington's like movement a-as light the younger like trying to talk to her parents in. It's like it's like this old woman or the slight middle-aged van that's like talking to them in their dislike. Can excuse you yeah. They're lying. What the Chinese presents a good thing for storytelling telling you this is because now you don't know anybody could be anybody in this which is problematic but still can work certain ways like anybody. Anybody like the person that you thought was. Your friend might actually be your bill so it kind of answers the question of if you were to switch sexes. What would happen if you had a day to switch sexes? What would happen? I guess they have a lifetime. The in series mobile the clairol. I would hard pass on immortal. Wanted you don't WanNa do mortality. No no I mean I guess if everyone else was doing it but if it was just me. I'm not using my friends family and watching everyone die. Let me die too. It's interesting to as there's like. A religion still exists in the future. Some of low religions don't believe in stacks so they never upload themselves I like the cloud or like your driving stuff so if they die they die. And there's actually ED faction that's part of the body of the season where there's a group of people believe that. They should not be that they should not have the sex of the real. Death is the only way that they should go. Imortalities stopped terrible rebellions society of Christmas. But it's really it's really interesting. There's a lot of things going on. There's a lot of like cool light. It's got rate action. It's just visually. It's just great to look at. It really captures that. Like Sci.

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"hornsey" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Hi seven after the hour Monday the twenty seventh of April last Monday in the last week of the fourth month of twenty twenty it is just kind of like last spring everything's the same right nothing's different news nothing is that right now this the DJB program general Hornsey every Terry Keenan is here there is so many different here because carousel is no longer with us and we have the talent of the film what she had said yeah another move John well moving on this route kind of in a manner of speaking yes as so if you have forgotten things over the weekend we're here to tune you up if you know what I mean we have a a lovely I have a list of things to go over here putting probably not to inject yourself what was that was a joke actually that the president it wasn't supposed to be in that much of a jokester but the fact that he separated of course the news media okay he says Gardell even what what is said here is what year it takes me so much is that people start with the memes they start with the stories well I don't like him so much so that he actually says I was being sarcastic I wish that he wouldn't have apologized because what he said was not all that wrong he mumbled and grumbled a little bit but the truth is that there is a survey going on it right now in Los Angeles was cedar Sinai and with scientists who are talking about putting U. V. like inserting it UV rays essentially into the body it said they are injecting it and ultraviolet rays to disinfect the lungs that's what he's talking about and of course everybody on the planet says he says that you're gargling with just in fact it even you did not make it clear though Jan it was really as I did I did misuse him of I think people ran with it I didn't think he meant people should drink bleach but the way that it came out it left so much room for confusion that there's a story that the Maryland governor said they got hundreds of calls of people asking if they should drink disinfectant people are stupid you can't underestimate how do people are stupid it's so you just need to be clear I'm not on even better is not saying anything just not saying anything let doctor found the medical stuff should come not so sure that five G. is that is that on top of him frankly as the idea of one of the things that really bugged me over the weekend where the number of eggheads who and and this the number of stories as self probably nine or ten of them anyway that were taken off of the same information about how not to be easy it won't make you think it started with Tom Hanks wife who talked about taking a bunch of vitamin D. or she I think she had a drip a vitamin drip and it it didn't do him much good there so she said and then went to the doctors who don't like supplements went on the rampage to say that it doesn't do any good to take any of the things that I took for example don't take vitamin C. don't take action Asia don't take zinc don't take anything that's touted by people who are not as certified American medical association doctors because they don't know what they're talking about and do share how IT leaders that sounds there's more money spent in this country now on alternative forms of health and the resigned what we call direct forms of health whatever however that definition became proper regular medicine versus alternative sources of medicine which surely if there's more money spent on it how is it considered alternative I'm one of those people who takes thirty supplements today and I've been taking thirty supplements a day for thirty five or forty years and I believe part of the reason that my immune system is as strong as it is is because of that routine I take different things depending on what's going on what I'm exposed to what I have to take care of that sort of thing but it was so offensive to read the language that some of those people came up with doctors have always been that way they reject anything that it's not something that they learned in medical school and here's the thing I have friends who are doctors who are my age and also veterinarians who are doctors who are my age nutrition is not taught in medical or veterinary invention and nutrition you never taught in medical sales it's it's how do how to heal the broken leg how to stop bleeding it's three AJ nutrition is just not taught and so the benefits of of of supplements which there are so many and I agree with you Doug they're just unless they take extra rounds of nutritional supplementation and and all kinds of extra diet session stuff which very few doctors do they don't spend the money on the extra courses unless they're doing that they're not really you're better off going to a certified nutritionist who actually knows more about food exactly what they got so much of the medical industry is built on pharmaceuticals yeah they don't want to think about those things visor has a new one flies is gonna do to just buy the star running yesterday for the first time I saw last night was during one of the shows I was watching and it is so elitist science science science debate basically the tell me you don't believe anything unless it's scientifically proven well how do you what is that means scientifically proven there's not a day but I I never exciting or scientific right any yeah any I've never met anybody that is as scientifically oriented is can Kronos never in my life and I've seen lots of doctors in a lot of people he's a researcher is certified by the AMA and he does research in his facility in Florida in addition to being a cardiologists he does research on certain cardiology go problems and has turned papers into the AMA for years and years and years he not only has an MD ready has a PhD and so he's booked that DP is the is in some kind of scientific exploration I remember what he got anybody got to Duke and so for him to be is strongly in favor of Zee pac and the malarial drugs whatever however you pronounce it is to me a significant and he just but he went he sent me a couple of things last night let's talk about this morning with you that bolsters what's going on in France and frankly elsewhere in Europe and that the scientific community here which is so tied to the drug industry which is so tied to making money which is so tied to greed keeping people sick yeah it's all about keeping people sick it is about making it's it's it is it's out it's fraudulent it really is like a lot of the other things that are attached to this whole rigmarole we find ourselves involved in here up to our making as so learning more about the corona virus for me means learning more about how to eat better how to get more rest how to keep your bedroom clean how to do a lot of different things that the CDC never talks about the NIH never talks about they're all run by a bunch of doctors and so is somebody like trump who comes along who is not a pro forma estimate by any stretch of imagination has a hard time with some of the people that even he's around that commodified she hasn't it French is not some god some perfect person he's the one who need he was when the HIV aids things started he said you can't get aids by having HIV that is the way get aids and you know I mean is that I'm not I'm not saying anything about it back then I know I don't well nobody knows anything about this now either I don't think in in terms of their long going to learn this yeah right exactly so anyway there are six new possible symptoms that have come up over the past dares to admit the city in the past there too maybe if we were going back I remember that was at fever shortness of breath coughing where we're these about all these this is just now the official list right added six new give you her number yeah okay it shows shaking muscle pain headache sore throat loss of taste or smell yeah we've heard all of these is nothing new now this they're adding chest pain I get chest pain because I fell off a truck this weekend a bruise my ribs hi this is not the time because and it's it's this is not the time yeah exactly you don't want to go into urgent here into it because I want to do I do it because it was slippery and I slipped out the back bumper but it but I'm if I left you have someone else do those tasks on them on the farm hi well we will move with the two of us working on the project wasn't just it was just me kind of outside of them whatever it was not that important just is something that was glad wasn't anymore just be careful because you have a tendency every once in awhile to hit yourself at your head the finger you know why the other thing that has come from the I don't recall images because I don't think that's fair I will call them questionable I'm not gonna say the World Health Organization but but I well I am because that's part of the story but I have no respect for them at all given their connection to China they're saying there's no evidence that recovering from coal with prevention getting it again so we're gonna take that with a grain of salt where's the scientific proof of that they they say there's no evidence that people who have recovered have part it is just such a nervous they don't do they it you know don't wear a mask to wear a mask don't needed to put don't hoard grocer is due or groceries well the CDC over the weekend I think is on Saturday they they said something similar they didn't say anything about reinfection but what they were focused on here is the antibodies and they said right sensually from what they're from what they're researching right now the antibody thing isn't a cure and that people shouldn't think okay once we can gets injected with some antibodies were gonna be fine because you can you can still get the virus another time and that's like putting last month and they said oh well if you have it this is how we can reopen it once you have it then you can go back to right and so you know that's not true again right now so I have to get used to dealing with this because obviously it's going to change the same it just like the flu it's gonna change and so we have to figure out how to function and it not lose the population well it losing over where we live again how do we go about doing it intelligently I don't think it comes from shutting down the the nation in the world frankly and so what do you what's the next alter was the best that nest city index where is the next best way to deal with all this stuff well I'm gonna keep my supplements going there I have read the research on elderberry which is amazing if you have respiratory issues I think three hundred milligrams a day there are clinical studies their peer reviewed studies that show how powerful it is in preventing respiratory illness so I'm gonna stick with that a mistake with my sink in my vitamin C. and all my other vitamins and fish oil so whatever doctor says that supplementation doesn't work good day to you bro this that's already okay all right so with that in mind we all know that vitamin D. supports overall good health and a healthy immune system so why are so many Americans are vitamin D. deficient is really no reason with advanced vitamin D. for purity advanced D. is doctor formulated with a clinically validated five thousand units of vitamin D..

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"hornsey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Ron Jeremy. As the Hornsey himself pope bent the sixty nine reportedly contained graphic sex scenes filmed in the SISTINE CHAPEL. Saint Peter's Square and the pope mobile among various other notable sites within the Vatican. Well actually. I'm just watching this amazing scene. We shot last night where Pope and his gang banging a bunch of nuns in his bed. It was great because the public uses bedroom tomorrow. Regime the scene. Two nuns peach other on Saint Peter's tomb using strap on crucifixes. I think people are really going to like this movie. Is the onion news network. Three talk yes. This is free talk. Live the alive Column Radio. Show where you can take control of the air. We're going into the third hour here. Our toll free number of course is eight fifty five four fifty free like fried chicken. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. You know I'm GonNa probably visit the Statue of Fried Chicken when I'm there. I hope to say things like give me fried chicken or give big death and I mean I don't know if you know this in but you see the troops fight and die for all of our various fried chicken and if only indivisible with fried chicken and justice for all where's The statue. Fried Chicken doesn't exist.

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"hornsey" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

16:16 min | 2 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Go Mom an interview with the independent which I'm assuming is a local paper Gonzalez's mother was quoted as saying quote every time we ask for help for Daniel or Daniel did himself. We were told we would have to wait for our crisis to occur before he could get the help he needed so fucked up. It just really insanely fucked up common response and to this day and I mean this is taking place in London England. Yeah But this is a huge issue in the US today absolutely and we just watched joker was my third time last night and we spent there and I had a big discussion afterwards. Just about how the movie. It just makes A really valid statement on the The way mental health issues are treated. I mean not only in our country but around the world and just people are completely ignored and not taking seriously which leads to violence and murder and is just we do a whole episode on that but this This story right here. I just think is is something that is still very very relevant. Even though this took place almost fifteen sixteen years ago well in. Nineteen Ninety eight well granted. Yeah that was over twenty years ago. Yeah but the M- the murder. Sorry the murder themselves. Yeah you know sixteen years ago but anyways back back to the story of Daniel Gonzales So basically every time they ask for help even Daniel himself asking for help. They were repeatedly ignored on October. Twenty six two thousand three Gonzalo Gun. Gonzala 's himself wrote to his doctor stating that. He wasn't coping well. He felt suicidal and paranoid. The doctor suggested that can on solid go to the hospital. However no treatment occurred in two thousand three and two thousand four. Various doctors had concluded that Gonzalez post quote very little risk. Either to himself or others in fact shortly before the first murder one doctor stated that Gonzalez was quote doing very well without medication. Whoa over the weekend of September eleventh and Twelfth Two Thousand Four Gonzales attended a rave in Hackney where he partook in self-described massive amounts of speed molly cocaine and ketamine. Wow then on Monday September thirteenth. Two thousand four two days before the killing spree. Gonzalez was seeing sprinting. Around the family's property nude when his mother arrived home she found that the kitchen was littered with kitchen knives on September fifteenth just mere hours prior to committing his first murder. Gonzalez left what was up until that point the only sign of physical violence. He used the first murder weapon a kitchen knife to stab a sink in his home. Which left a small Dent So now we get on to the actual murders that same day. Gonzalez traveled thirty miles to the isolated coastal area of Ports Creek. A place popular with walkers and runners near Helsejs station Portsmouth sixty one year old. Peter King and his wife were walking their dog when Gonzalez's declare to the man that he was going to kill him though he suffered multiple stab wounds to the Chin and a minor slashing wound to the throat. King was able to fend off Gonzalez who muttered sorry. I'm a schizophrenic. I can't help it and then ran away. Oh my God beginning. Shortly before this attacked then continuing amidst his killing spree Gonzalez actually wrote letters to himself using an established nickname zippy. He gave himself pointers and wrote of his plans. Hopes and dreams. At one point he wrote that this murderer's undertaking was quote. One of the best things I've done in my life and another letter to himself. Gonzales concluded that he had failed to kill King because the knife that he had wielded was too short which led him to shoplift a pair of long knives from a department store the next day on September sixteenth. But he's doing great Medication absolutely not a threat. Not a threat to himself or others. After the attempted murder of Peter King Gonzalez travelled approximately thirty miles to hove another seaside town. He wore a hockey mask like Jason Voorhees of Friday the thirteenth fame and hidden some bushes. He jumped out and killed seventy three year old. Marie harding by stabbing her in the back. Then slashed her throat. She had walked remote path through a wooded area near Oakton Crescent East Sussex for ten hours beginning late on the night of the Sixteenth Gonzalez. Drink and a watson POB soon our adding alcohol to to the situation ten hours of drinking and then in the early morning of September seventeenth. He traveled nearly sixty miles to tottenham north of London. At Five thirty that morning he attacked forty six year old. Kevin Molloy in the street malloy. An Irishman and former pub landlord who had been described as a gentle giant was stabbed multiple times in the face neck chest and abdomen and died on the pavement at seven. Am in Hornsey. Four miles from the scene of the Malloy attack. Gonzalez forced his way into the home of fifty nine year. Old Koumas Constantino and his wife. Chris Stella they are awakened by a noise and saw Gonzalez's coming from their kitchen with one of their own knives which had been an eight inch. Blade the husband who despite having been stabbed. Numerous times in the forearms and chest was able to fend off. Gonzales by using a baby cradle. No way hope. The baby wasn't in it. I I hope the baby was in. I don't I don't think there was a baby. He was stabbed how many times I just end multiple times over his times in the. That's awesome yes So Gonzalez loss at knife in the struggle in Cristello ran into the street yelling for help. There is no mention that she had been harmed so that is good at least all right so now after the attack on the Constantinos Gonzalez now covered in. Blood was not only able to take a cab to highgate but was also able to buy another knife awesome. Not sure who would sell some uncovered in blood a fucking knife or what? Cabbie would be like. I'm sorry blood all over you I'm not taking you anywhere but now beginning in approximately eight. Am Gonzalez attempted frantically to enter a number of random homes in the area? Eventually in Highgate. He gained entry to the home of seventy six year old. Derek Robinson a retired physician for the underprivileged and his wife. Jean who is a sixty eight year old retiree who had a career with Christian aid which is a UK charity fighting global global poverty and injustice so to people who are doing amazing work to help other people have a tragic into their lives. He killed them both by stabbing them to death and committed his most brutal crimes. After the fact according to police Gonzalez call the experience. Quote orgasmic a local decorator a neighbor of the Robinson saw Gonzalez inside the Robinson's home nude covered in blood and phone. The police only a few hours after the last attack. Gonzalez was finally arrested in the subway. All right so now we're going to go on to the capture and trial of Daniel Gonzalez. Yeah after his arrest. Gonzales was held at Broadmoor which was a high security hospital where one doctor suggested that. Gonzalez was the sickest patient in residence while at Broadmoor. He was in full escort and always accompanied by custody. Officers wearing full riot gear wow Gonzalez engaged in continuous self injurious behavior in the form of attempting to rip out his own veins with his teeth. Ill Oh God at his arraignment Gonzalez claimed insanity which was rejected prosecutor. Richard Hoare well contended. That Gonzales was a psychopath that it was quote his very personality which led to the murders on March sixteenth. Two thousand six. The jury denied the defense's argument. That Gonzalez suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. Had the jury accepted this argument. Gonzalez would have been granted diminish culpability and would have been found guilty of manslaughter on every one of the six charges. Two attempted murders and four murders. Gonzalez received a verdict of guilty. Judge an gathered that Gonzalez would receive the mandatory life sentence. One for each of the attacks he would be remanded to broadmoor or a similar institution acknowledging that he was psychiatric ill but that did not preclude him from knowing right from wrong. For a period of several months at Broadmoor Gonzalez was considered to be so serious a case that he was kept in the intensive care unit on August. Ninth two thousand seven at eight. Thirty A M Gonzalez was found dead in his broadmoor cell. He committed suicide by using the jagged edge of a CD jewel case to his wrists. Oh Jeez so. This is Quite tragic story for everyone around because clearly this person needed help he needed psychiatric help. He needed medication. His mother pleaded for him to have help and even said does he have to murder someone before he gets the help he needs. He wanted help. These murders these four murders in these. Two attacks could have been prevented if people did their jobs. And so at the bottom of the article on the Criminal Code Site. There's an option to leave her apply Only one replied to the article was laughed and I want to read it now. Okay so this is from an anonymous person but I'm assuming it was from one of Daniel. Gonzalez's close acquaintances like this was written on March. Twenty second two thousand nineteen. Oh Daniel was a very well known person with money friends in nineteen ninety nine. A group of thirty teens all live together in an abandoned building. They all knew him as Zippy. Most of the group had nicknames a new. He had serious mental health issues witnessing him talking back to US forces or dribbling when he had been taking his meds however they all looked after him and he looked after them. He was very well known in both woking and the London Rave scenes zippy was taking medication that made him normal. He stopped taking it after a few of his friends took his medication and it turned them crazy. One was sectioned for a few days claiming to see in his words low-flying aircrafts trying to attack. Everyone was talking about what it did to those. Who took it making each other paranoid? So they wouldn't be tempted to take being kids not thinking about how that would affect someone who actually was paranoid. After this he did become paranoid. About what the medication did. And he started to come off his medication weakens. We spent in London at illegal raves. Weekdays causing havoc in the local town just being careless teens who had either been kicked out of or run away from home. The teens had come from all types of backgrounds many head drug and alcohol issues just starting zippy had a few girlfriends but by two thousand into the teens had grown up. Got Jobs or had families moved on. This is wins. Zippy started to become lonely. He started spending more time on his computer and his mental health started to get worse again. Everyone who knows him feels shocked by his actions but they knew how many struggles he had with his doctors or as medication along with his mental health. We all knew he was very unwell. But we didn't know Daniel the serial killer we knew zippy the side. Trans Loving always laughing party boy. It makes us feel sad knowing he heard voices and was not helped enough even when he asks for it himself. We don't agree with his actions at all but understood how it got so bad without the correct help. His story has so many layers and he is still misunderstood. He was failed many times and everyone who knew him feels awful for his victims and the families. If anything else we hope no one else is failed in this way again. What he did showed the monster that was buried inside but he wasn't always bad. He was not a loner who had no life or friends. He cried when he met our children and hugged us to try and make a smile. When we felt down he had spent many a time in and out of the Abraham Kollie Unit in Curtsy Hospital a unit for patients who needed to be suctioned. It's not been very well documented hunt so many flaws and not enough action taken to help. His case is horrific for what he has done and how it should have been prevented. He went from being on trial as a sane man who has never seen to begin with to be in class is one of Broadmoor six patients. This in itself shows how misunderstood and let down he was what he did was very very wrong and he won't be forgiven for that ever. The families of his victims are having to suffer for failed attempts. Get HIM HELP. So that was a letter written anonymously by one of his acquaintances. And I just think it's completely heartbreaking to know that Seoul much pain and suffering loss could have been prevented if we just took mental illness. Much more seriously honestly like I'm curious and I don't know if maybe read anything about this but at the trial when the judge basically was like you know you're GonNa go down for this. Do they mentioned the fact that like he you know if like his his attorney or whatever like mentioned the fact that like Hey. We've been trying to get this help. Prevent this and he's even like that's so appalling to me. I basically were like yeah. We are not going to help you. And now we're GONNA punish you for life because you are crazy and you ask for help but oh well you kill people. I mean yeah. I don't really know much about that. Other than the defense's argument was that he did suffer from paranoid schizophrenia. So they did know that he had mental health issues. Whether or not the ear..

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"hornsey" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

"I wanted to turn briefly to some of the the angle communities. I'm sure that you must you must work with I know Constitute many of the middle of the listeners who are probably in my audience right now who are very well intentioned when it comes to welcome bean the welcoming the immigrant and the refugee who want to embrace those who were part of the migrant community what might you say to them about what it means to be a good ally and also to spiritually prepare themselves for that work of hospitality injustice was estimated navy I am also to ago I participated in a conference in New Jersey a- drew deliver seminary and an ice seem that they were welcoming. KANOBI longer. linked with hospitality alone but actually the word of Hornsey and on hold green and I don't know how should say hundred billion maybe a this point of time the whole welcoming themes which is is is good right but at this point of time needs to be taken to different I live on speaking to our own communities speaking with our own communities that we have not excused today too. No no what is going on in Inacio Anita Ward when we have the opportunity to listen to now to re. at the moment we click anything now it's so phones the fact that we leave in segregated communities the fact that we that we have these horrible image of the other two they choice is not something that I all of this rain realize but if we really really are talking about be a faithful manifestation channels I got always light always lawf- who is merciful who is Ah Breaker through our understandings of good or bad for social good they we need today to only be hospitable by those so bold and encouraged to active disobedience to to be manifested Kamini fisting our our desegregating name by writing letters by visiting the congresswoman congressman in in your area by writing op eds by protesting by those are the type of things that today are.

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"hornsey" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"And nationwide mentor chris bruce. They are welcome back to another episode of escaping r._e._i. Newbies zone host bruce. I want to say thank you for tuning in to today. A show <hes> man very very special guest. He is a college students. He has been crushing it really in the real estate business guy in the virginia market and <hes> he's actually one of my students and <hes> he has a phenomenal story of any of you that are in higher education right now <hes> interview that <hes> or aspire to be rotated us. There's you're going thanks to definitely get some aspiration motivation from this young man here he literally i remember coming to me and and having you know a done a couple of deals but the deals were very slim. More joint venture type deals <hes> but he's followed everything. <hes> you know implement everything that i've you know share with him and he has a a super super ambition ambition away he looks at life is just amazing and so i salute him and i can't wait to bring the interview to you guys <hes> for you to motivate you guys to aspire you you guys and especially the ideal definitely reach out to him all right so <hes> leeway no further introduce my guest corey glory vickers are welcome everybody to another episode of escaping r._e._i. Newbies zone. I'm your host chris. Bruce and today is a very a special day because we got my guy cory who has been crushing it crushing it on his real estate business. I'm so excited for his brother while while having <hes> big school full time also working and internships and he has been literally crushing his real estate business so <hes> <hes> leeway no further introduced my guy cory core big bro groups <hes> chris. I'm doing great man. It's a great day out feeling good knows gene country to the only in is looking forward in back lives and just tell my story absolutely so corey <hes> pre real estate you know you. When did you even out because you're in college. Will your call him. I'm going into my fourth year. Averaging see universities to small historically black college thirty minutes south of richmond virginia gosh okay so fresh. Mira college where you thinking about real estate was on your mind no so my freshman year actually originally from new york. I'm chesapeake virginia being myself. More year in football quarterback had legs but i won't so i actually had got offered a scholarship becoming in play football the quarterback of reducing university atma freshman year my first missiles like reno different. I think i'm tired of just think in my steals may not fit the n._f._l. Let me look and search for something that can that. Can you give me a a normal life that i live in when i graduated from college and i was snack gotcha. Why are you know you play football mattis. That's that's news to me so <hes> that's as good because you know. I think a lot of athletes sometimes don't even think about that. You know what i'm saying. They don't even think like would if you know what if i don't make a no good i know i have the skills but what if vitam not good enough to get to that next level that that <hes> the liberal professions you know what i'm saying that obscene n._f._l. Were being the n._b._a. Or whatever the case it'd be so so as manager had my set of light. Okay what can i do. You know next work in that look like so. What are you this question. What are you going to school for. What is your marketing meizhou hornsey auto market. Okay perfect okay so then what led you to to real estate. Because of of course we have plenty of different things that you could choose what was like all right. Rosedale is going to be cool so actually my for about a year amino my freshman year i got into network marketing after about a year <hes> it was brick spirit of i don't think for me but i learned the fundamentals of reading everyday fifteen twenty minutes podcast every day. I'm writing down daily goals affirmation. I did take a lot from that will really got me. Focusing nosy was <music>. I'm actually in the fraternity here. Virginia state university and we were doing community service. I saw that the town was very under developed underserved these kids who are all using the same bathroom at elementary useful and i spent the summer out he actually pleaded for one hundred internships. Now's looking around like many swimming beacon home that couldn't imagine living like this against hundreds of hundreds of acres in his area <unk>. What can i do to fix this community series. I was looking around like it is so bad out here. What can i do that started doing research emma internship it kind of boosting investing strategies connection little to no money and as our came into a wholesome okay okay so you guys <hes> <hes> hostal <hes> so did you just like big of a book whilst videos and just hit the ground running with <unk> kinda. What what did you get started so what i did was. I just watch videos for about a month or two and like i say the town has a lot of homes house deal that i had credits. I was no i saw big home actually went to the appointment and the the guy who's selling it was actually wholesaler too young for one number and up sales his wholesale the which we all is that the people who went back and did it over. I'll i feel that i did down here. In petersburg was three thousand dollar deal or on the go. Go girls rush guts oga so <hes> that i deal for sure he was like man this. Is you know three thousand dollars through money for you to need really do much so now. I really didn't up a meadow. We taught that i know of anything about or pairs or anything about a house addle. I just knew hailom. Try shot to bring his number down as much as i can. Also i got for that that i just went on feast with a form was buzzing off the off the ringling every ten minutes rat. I gotta sold old that day. Gods and that's what i want people to understand the power j._v. deals is that some of you guys are going out there and you hustling that you try to do the whole transaction from aid z. Which is fine but you know college. Did you take your first deal. <hes> it took me about about two months moan about it to sending to execute as excellent because most people here eight months nine months a year or two years because you're trying to do connecticut international aid and see a faster way to start property right now is j._v. Getting somebody has inventory cylinder inventory for the and the splitting the profit that way says excellent okay so then <hes>. When did you say all right. I'm doing deals. I made some money lead use okay. Let me go through phishing them all before when i mean for me i think actually got good at gene would i i mentioned for him. As every dealer had achieved you got to me and i can somewhat deal for me and i would get it done and i said you know what i don't like this week. Someone else to bring you wanna word. Won't the juice obsessed jaffer dollars. More soda machine serve apps like that. When i was at a point in my business i was tired of doing every little thing and i knew that into shoes news he too fat for that time knowledge also then i went out and i really just wanted to mentor. I wanted someone. There had a system or lifestyle than i am you i wanted to do. I don't really wanna be visit to every single thing where i'm going to have the process. I came across europe podcast. I listen to everyday when i was in that or soon. Three months. I listened to every single day aside got into god's you and you know the fast forward now. At were you close it consistent deals now <hes> what was like that was that shift like far as and maybe even in your mindset or just different as that you've been doing that has gotcha from doing a j._v. deals like you said to actually right now going out and marketing and doing asta also i will say the mind shift as we spoke you know yours there from throughout the mentorship programme any questions sino that first remorse i was still in school now. <hes> didn't have much money to put into borghetti could do worst g beaten army to head to reform our most had nothing school so mentally i was holding myself because i didn't have the financed laxatives even to get a forty two hundred internship. This summer and i took that money is no it. It's tom hardest time to implement these things that chris teaching me every on and agile really shifted everything. I said you know what i'm gonna. Go hard to do to get these deals on. I commend <unk> literally step by step what she told me to do but that's what i always say that that's the thing about your life was that you didn't look at what's your situation and say or will man out. You know i can't do this now. You didn't let those things hold you back times. That holds us back. You know llamas that we you say we look at our situation and we like okay well. What are we going to do but you got resourceful. You know what i'm saying. You thought okay. What can i do like you said the internship pop. That was a paid internship. Luckily so that when you take that money to invest and that's what i want people to give from this. Is that listen you know some. I say but some tom you guys are older and you are a chicken shit. You afraid you accord as a school trying to figure this stuff out and he goes out gets paid. Internship defies toss up to be resourceful when by as finds a way to use his skills things that he knows to make more more money to take that money and invest in his business and bam stuff start happening for out so i like some you guys listen to it. I need you to know that rose state investing requires investing so if you don't want to invest in yourself if you wanna invest money to marketing good fucking luck. If you're going to make this happen you know because this is probably not like this is a real so let's talk about some of the results that you've got. I mean <hes> would pass frigging. Wha ma calls what three years yeah yeah three deals so the spurs deal that had beginning summer was working fulltime job. A summit was to lead to some people that aren't school any more assaults working nine five nine five thirty. I deals with swollen. I use the berdahl shetty romeo deal. He actually went now. They've got contracts on everything we marketings. Twenty four hundred dollars deal the next do that king you know use your strategy of cornelisz from proctoring that was ulysses who sent over over we had modules system text flats that lists all ended up talking to the seller on negotiating over foam sight unseen <hes> actually again a chance to meet.

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"hornsey" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

14:08 min | 3 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"What does that mean it means. It was <hes> it took the hornsey. You get gored. They jab you with their horns getting off like a bowl not a cow cow. Some cows have corn. Okay that's tail number. Three seventy eight year old forced to move by the pigeons. He fed okay because the last one all right. Let's let's repeat those just to be sure never wanted seventy nine year old gets ten days in jail for feeding cats number two dog doc walker eighty-six gordon leg by cow and seventy eight year old forced to move by the pigeons he fed. It's a it's a bad day at the golden girl ranch. Give me a hint because i don't want to get it wrong yeah yeah. There's not an old person them there. Oh no okay so we're the three the three headlines <hes> seventy nine year old gets ten days in jail for feeding cats. Okay the fake one dog walker eighty-six sixth gordon leg by a cow and number three seventy eight year old forced to move by the pigeons he fed it was two years ago. I don't even know what's what and do you think it is. I'd probably get it right at this point. If there's anybody watching this tell me. What do you think it is. Come on sam. This is a game you play the game play the game so always get it wrong. I don't wanna be made fun of humiliated on this show too late to pick one. What do your three. I'm going to pick three. Thank god.

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"hornsey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"hornsey" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Host is a lot like comparing apples, and no, I don't know foreign perhaps. Yes. Precisely luscious supple stripping was sticky sweet juice. What's today? Oh, they're Laureus it inviting. Hornsey? Glad he's here. Thanks todd. Thanks. Hey, folks today, we're gonna talk about something that's going to interest. A lot of people. I think you may be one of them. You may even be two of them for all. I know we're gonna be talking with Jeremy Tate. He's the founder and president of something called the classic learning tests, and he's right here. Germany, Germany, welcome to the program. Listen, you co highly recommend it. We have a mutual friend in Bernardine Clark. I knew her burning Connolly before she married. Her husband Mark Clark. And anytime, you know, the certain friends that when they say, hey, you should have wanna talk about this. I listened with all my ears because I value Bernardine Connolly clerk so much. And she was telling me about what you did. And this just sounds like something totally up my alley. So the classic learning test puts us forward as a new alternative to the SAT ACT. I don't nothing about this world. I took I took the SAT and I crushed it. I got double nine hundreds on that test. No one's ever done that before. But you know, for for somebody who doesn't know anything about the world of testing. How do you find yourself? Creating an alternative to the SAT and the ACT, and how's that even possible? Yeah. How did you get here? That's a great question. Erica, I love the show really honored beyond Bernadin's been great in burnings. Part of our academic board and tested tried to come out and walk armed with educators around the country who have wanted something like this for a long time in the face of it. We would think we'll could be more boring than standardized testing. He wants to talk about standardizing who wants to take a standardized test. The reality is that SAT and as C T are the two most powerful drivers of cricket in the in the US. Okay. Stop right there. You said that before and it kind of clicked when you say that it opens up a whole world. Another words, it's not just a test. You're telling me that those tests sort of have this backward ripple effect, he driving curriculum. So that in high schools across the United States of America because of those tests the curriculum is changed to help students prepare for those tests. And I think you're saying not in a great way. Okay. In a bad way for sure we'll we're talking about it. It's core is a philosophy of education is the purpose of education is to make people just employable or is it the cultivation virtue. The human child would would flourish virtue. Is that still an English word people still use that word? That's right. You know, it is out of the the lexicon. But what I think every parent in America wants is at their center daughter goes to school and comes back better comes back. More honest, trustworthy, more. Responsible. I think even though that language sometimes kind of lives in this classical education world, it's something that appeals to every parent for sure. Well, that's what's funny. I mean, I remember when I had the privilege of doing some writing for veggietales, I thought, you know, extensively something created for people who are very serious about God or church, but what parent does not want his kids. To be more honest and to care about others and all of these virtues that I would say virtually everyone has in common. And any realize that these are the things we at some point have ceased to discuss in education. And I would argue this one of the these John is that you really cannot get an education if you're not dealing with virtual you just can't really teach much. There's nothing to teach except skills and kids are bored out of their mind as well. I remember one of the early ideas with with the LT. I was coming myself from the world of youth ministry and young life until early teacher. And I was trying to connect with some students during an advisory class it. We're board kind of checked out. They were complaining about how meaningless school was. And I was trying to make the case no schools not meaningless. And you think about all the great ideas? All the great questions. Why are we here why do we exist? And she said something like, you know, we don't ever study any of this question, and it's not on the SAT. So I would it matter that was her response is the like what is she talking about? It's not in the SAT. And then I thought well, I knew her parents had given her the big four inch SAT prep book. And there is nothing there of any transcendental idea. Philosophy theology. Religious sects anything higher than this kind of this meaningless utilitarian end. Okay. That's really sick and disturbing. But unfortunately, it's true. I guess that's white sick and disturbing. It's a simple fact that something happened roughly in the sixties where the vocabulary of virtue an honor and dignity and right and wrong. And meaning when out of the mainstream culture, that's just a fact I mean movies began to give us anti heroes, the Vietnam war and Watergate made everybody sort of cynical about a thirty in general, and it really has had a tremendously pernicious effect. And so the results are here. Kids are now going to school. They're not learning any of this stuff. And then they're studying for an exam that's gonna it's going to test them on whether they know the meaning of the word predilection, or if they know what what surge is as in surge sue. Or what's going to all these little things nothing to do with? Meaning and why were here on the planet? That's absolutely, right. And it's gotten worse when you took the SAT late seventies early eighties. Nineteen forty-nine. Yeah. No. I took I took the SAT's in the late seventies. Yeah. That was a good test back, then it was an aptitude test, which the good thing about an aptitude test changed. It's completely changed. It's completely different tests. That has the same name in tobacco is an aptitude tests. There were analogies on logic questions. There's not one analogy on the SAT anymore. Are you kidding? Not one. Why? And so what happened is two thousand ten. Yes. AT had a long history of changing basically ACT launches in nineteen fifty nine and they come out of the gate saying aptitude testing isn't fair you should test kids on what they're taught in the classroom. Well, the question that is classroom is this Jewish will classical school Montessori school public school. But that message that ACT was hammering away with this should be an achievement test was affected and so. Oh by late two thousand nine thousand ten ACT was inching up. Surpassing college board as the most popular college entrance exam in the country. And then went two thousand ten after market classes, a lot of colleges were struggling to fill seats. And they started to see SAT and ACT as a barrier to college entry. And so a lot of colleges going tests. Optional college going test optional SAT ACT worried about kind of their market diminishing certified working with lobbyists on the ground to to get legislation passed at the state level that would require every student to take an SAT ACT graduation requirement. So them into SAT ACT started doing battle over the big state contracts. College board's contract with Illinois alone is a sixty million dollar contract. And the best way for them to position themselves for these big state contracts was to become an core aligned to reflect the law of the land and today aligned with common core, which as you may know is is anti fiction anti classics further dumbing down of American education, wasn't Jeb Bush pro. What's it called core? Common core. Common core. Absolutely. I mean, it's kind of freaky thing. Because most people don't have time to even understand what is happening here. Common. Core has been presented to me as a bad thing. But I can hardly talk about exactly why it's a bad thing. I guess one of the things I would say is the federal government ought not to be in the business of education. It ought to be left to states and two localities. It's got nothing to do. How dare the federal government? Tell me how to educate my kids. How dare they? That's just as bad as them telling me where I can worship or where I can go. This is at the very heart of my life of what I believe in what I think, my my daughter should learn and when the federal government gets involved, even at best it's going to be bad. Yeah. Yeah. Well, since you're my guest, you could say more than that. It's been it's been the the the states made the move to common core. And I think the definitive book on common core that I would recommend all your listeners. Terrence more abo- called the story killers. Which is a great exhaust story killer story killers. It's really an exhaustive investigation into what led up to common core. How this all happened? Okay. And really what is at the heart. And Dr Moore makes the case that the standards were written in a way in this kind of cryptic English bureaucratic language to make it were nobody in their right mind would want to actually read it hang on right there. Folks. We are talking right now to Jeremy Tate founder and president of the classic learning test very important stick around. 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"hornsey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Outside once again another view this time of downtown, Indianapolis, the skyline you see the interstate just on the bottom part of the screen everything moving smoothly right now. And no weather issues, all know radio. I think you've put it. Well, the the top of this half hour that we had such a difference between Sunday and Saturday if we're going Sunday direction that's fan. And we are in fact, today's it'd be probably just as nice as yesterday across your by the way, I went out to the four Harrison yesterday ran into drew on Saturday during a little running. How far did you guys run a little more than seven miles a day? Oh, yeah. By the way, I'm doing it five K this Saturday are you about one a year here? It's for a group that I kind of sponsor, and I'm seeing the events I figured I might want to try. Anyway, I went out to fort Harrison yesterday turned around the line was to one. When we were there, Saturday Hornsey raining. I gotta deal for both of you still got about two yards of mulch and need to be moved from my driveway the active in that way, half of it moved. So you're welcome to come over free of charge. It's going to take out the numbers for you for being here. I gotta get right. Into the weather here me up. I gotta get moving here. Hey, highs on Sunday picture-perfect here. Sunshine, all the way through and that much of a brace. A perfect seven two degrees are high right here in capitol city other high seventy three Lafayette, seventy four Bloomington. Seventy-three back around tear how beautiful morning here on this Monday skies, clear, forty eight degrees. A light east southeast one seven miles an hour, and our feels like temperature not much difference. A forty five fifty two right now. Lafayette, forty tarot Forty-five, Bloomington. The cool spot that comes in from the Bedford area forty four right now in Richmond. You're at forty so sunshine, all the way through maybe a few clouds decorating, the sky, eight o'clock, forty-eight noontime sixty six by four o'clock here. High temperature seventy-five over body today should climb up mid upper seventies seventy eight Bedford seventy four Kokomo seventy four Richmond and everybody else here in between. So really know their picture perfect day out there seventy five or four cast. I nine degrees above average. Record eighty five and back in one thousand nine hundred eighty on future chaos. We had this afternoon. Again, a lot of sunshine around during the overnight hours may have a few showers kind of breaking out parts of Illinois in northern Indiana. And that little firm becoming our way bring us a small Jensen precept during the day on Tuesday. So heading out this evening looking pretty good, by the way, sunset eight thirty tonight. Six PM Seventy-three, ten o'clock sixty four in our midnight temperature sixty two and he balmy start here. Tomorrow morning as Marcus mentioned may want open the winters overnight tonight, fifty eight for low here fifty nine greencastle and sixty tomorrow morning that comes in from Bloomington. Next weather maker, not a big one. We're not expecting severe weather here. But she that little spin in the atmosphere around Omaha, Nebraska, and that is coming our way it's going to be moisture starved. So again, just a small chance for a few showers tomorrow, maybe thunderstorm for the day by noontime on Tuesday. Now much going on. I think the best Hanson's rain tomorrow probably down here into this. Southern part of the state. So you have plans side on Tuesday night, cancel those plans and they've been cooler tomorrow. Highs in the upper sixties and seventies sixty eight here seventy Bloomington and Seventy-three tomorrow that comes in from the Columbus area during the day on Wednesday. We'll keep in a chance for few showers. One of the models is really bring a lot of rain than the other metal says. Nope gonna stay down south. So again would just kind of throwing her the chance for some isolated showers. Maybe some thunder on Wednesday, especially down into the southern part of the state and the good news here this week temperatures should be above normal for lease next five days. Advertise sixty six Thursday, highs around seventy and the upper sixties here for Friday and Saturday, you're Chapman heating, cooling and plumbing eight day forecast. They get nothing. Major coming in tomorrow. A few scattered showers, high sixty eight degrees and again Wednesday Thursdays, a few showers, maybe some thunder came Friday dry, the high sixty seven and then on Saturday, a friend comes down so scattered showers. Maybe thunderstorm. Dry Sunday and rain chances will return again by next Monday. So many day marks you liked it a day. Right. That's your forecast. Here's prather. Yet. 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"hornsey" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"hornsey" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:14 min | 3 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on KTOK

"Interesting. If you've never done any hand loading, it seems like this mysterious which craft kind of thing. And then weren't somebody demonstrates kind of like that forehead slapping thing of really that. That's it. We're talking with Chris Hodgson, Hodgson powder, and your Chris explain to people look if it's Batalik there's basically four components. You got a case you've got primary got powder guy. But and you basically put it all back together. It's really not that involved as it. No, no. It's it's pretty simple. And and we we have sort of taken taken the initiative this year, we're were kind of going back to our grass roots in. It's it's real interesting. We we definitely want to take the mystery out of reloading with our with our reloading road shows that were that we're looking at at this year. And it's really interesting. My granddad. He went on the road in the sixties and the seventies with people like Vernon Speer and Joyce Hornets. And Fred Huntington who started our CBS John gnaws ler. All those guys all those pioneers and really back then nobody really knew how to reload. And and they they would go across the country, and they'd set up these big circus tents, and they'd have these they'd have movies and food and drinks. And of course, of course, they'd have the they re reloading portion of it is the main spotlight, but they wanted to teach people at that all the the basics of reloading, and how fun it is. And how safe it is. And we're basically doing the same thing. Now going on the road, again, we're partnering with the industry like MAC gnaws. Learn our CBS reading Sierra Hornsey Dylan you name it. We're we're partnering. With with many of our friends in the industry, and we're going out on the road to to local retailers. We're having retailer sign up when we introduce that at the shot show. We're we're trying to get some interest, you know, from retailers. They they set up a date with us and we'll find in a certified NRA instructor. Then we'll make sure that the instructor is hooked up with them. And this is this is not a hands on thing per se. It's just a it's just a a demonstration, okay. You know, an hour or two at a gun store at demonstration on how to reload. And there's a whole new generation out there. We think that that doesn't know how to reload. But they want to try it. And it's never been easier to get started. I mean, I can remember when I got started. Basically, you you got a loading manual like, you, guys publish hardy. And then you got the tools weren't sure what you needed. But you basically try to read about it. If you didn't have somebody to show, you we didn't have a YouTube. We didn't have online help we have today. It would also we didn't we didn't have manufacturers like our CBS hardy and all these guys selling kits where they say, okay. Just by the kit. It will have everything you need. It's that easy now. That's right. That's right. And and you know, there there is still some of that mystery and. And and it's it's one of those kind of hobbies that you need to be paying attention. And so we wanted to people how to do it, right? You don't wanna be watching TV when you reload. You certainly don't wear be texting. You gotta pay attention to what you're doing. You. Don't want to have double charges or miss a charge, right? Clearly, no smoking. Yes. Exactly. There are some safety procedures, but it's not difficult. It is immensely rewarding. I will tell you for me. It was therapy. I used to do a lot of reloading honestly when I had crummy job. I would come home reload because everything went away because you had to focus I had to be there. I had to pay attention to what was gone, I loved it. Unfortunately, I loved it so much ended up making more than a man can shoot. Like, I had this little one, man. I'm working off those guys at work. You know, but it was great. I mean, I let it all sorts of stuff. All right. So tell me about the reloading tell me about the reloading road show. You know, how do people find out more about it? You can have it on your website. Well, yeah, we're going to put on on her website. Once we get those dates setup with the with the retail partner, and we have our instructor all set. We'll put those dates on our website and make sure that we partner with that retailer in and push it from him his in, you know, to do some some co or something like that. So we once we once we have those events where we're going to start pushing those things out through our social media channels, and and and make sure that we get some some good videos of those events and things so it's gonna be a win win situation for for the industry, and and the retailers, and and you know, eventually down the road. Hey, maybe they're going to buy a pound of Hodgson powder. It occurs to me. And I'm sitting here looking at your website. Hodgson, H O D G D O N, Hodgson dot com in for a lot of folks who've been learning a long time, if they haven't checked to see what has changed. They oughta go take a look because you have new powders out. I mean, look, here's a here's a brand new powder that specifically for the three hundred blackout. There's a lot of stuff that has happened over the last ten or fifteen years that if you haven't been plugged paying attention, you're missing out. That's right. You know, there's so much new technology out there that Hodgson really is. We're kind of known for innovation and we've got things like, you know, temperature insensitive powders. So your point of impact isn't change when it's extremely hot or extremely cold. Or you're going out and up into the mountains to hunt, elk, you know, your point of impact when you, you know, you're citing in at home, and it's and it's ambient temperature at seventy two degrees. Whatever that is. And then you go out or it's a hundred here. It's one hundred Louisiana when I'm working at my legs. Twenty two degrees when I'm hot now. Yes. Yeah. Exactly in in in those sorts of things. And then there's the technology of the copper failing reduce her technology that we've incorporated into many of our new reporters, and that's really nice because you know, the that extends your shooting pleasure even longer without having to clean it. Or, you know, at the end of the day, you're cleanup is very minimal. So so those kind of new technologies have really extended, you know, reloading pleasure tremendously. And I just saw a release from you guys that you're going to be distributing powder. Right. Yes. We are we we've entered a distributing agreement with Alliant powders that that just came to be during the shot show. And we're proud sellers of Alliant powders now because it it's really gonna work out. Well, we think because our customers are. Are wholesale customers. We'll be able to buy all of it through one source. It just it just makes it easier at all rides along with the with our powders. Hodgson, nighmare Winchester and now lion. All in one truck. You know? So it's so it's easier for a horse wholesale customers to get it. All. Mission to people might touch on. It is if you haven't paid attention. There are some very cool. Interesting powders that you may take advantage of the one that pops into my head is trail boss in terms. If you're trying to create lower powered loads lighter recoiling loads practice load for somebody trail bosses an amazing powder. Well, it really is Tom. It's it's a it's a dense powder. So it fills the case. It was originally designed for the cavalry action guys in the forty five Colt. And you know, when you when you when you put in a fast burning powder, it doesn't take very much in the case. And it's really easy to get a double charges and and a forty five Colt case because it's so big which was Davis. Yes. Yes. And and so when you're when you're loading trail boss it fills the case almost to the top. And, you know, you're you're shooting lead bullets in its in its you can't double charge it. And so and so it stands you're shooting. Pleasure. It's very clean. And and and and it's a number of cartridges just about every every rifle cartridge out there. If you follow our data and our formula it it makes light recoil lows. Let me give let me give an example. First of all, you do not want to deal with really reduce loads of your slow burning powders that you using your magnum cases that is not a safe practice. Don't do that. But I'm looking at a three hundred win MAC, right? And everybody says the, but it kicks lot. Okay. Well, great how about one hundred and fifty grain bullet going sixteen hundred feet per second and totally safe load three hundred magnum hundred fifty grain bullet going only sixteen hundred feet per second. That's a pussycat shoot that all day long. Well, why not exactly you know, it, and you can you can go out and do some some Lincoln with it on all day. And and and then, you know, if you if you really wanted to get some good practice time in and you know, if you're if recoil does bother you that's that's plenty of good low to us. And you know, there's there's so many we get so many requests for for youth and women who don't particularly care for. Recoil recall, and and so we have loads for those with trail boss and h forty eight ninety five that you can download and and many different cartridges. So there's so that's another angle of reloading. You know, you you really can't do that with factory loads. That point exactly Chris. I am excited about the reloading roadshow as you. Get more information on it. Let's get you back on here. Feeling the bikes? Okay. Okay. Yeah. Sure. I'm looking forward to that gun store any retailer out there that wants to participate in that. I guess they just contact you guys. Yes. That's right. 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"hornsey" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hornsey" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"With sixty five million guaranteed. Seriously, Jim how how does Dame Caroline still have a job between Beckham deal? Quarterback secular. He set the franchise back at least a decade, but don't you worry John Mayer? Boxy so watch Sam darnold star for the jets for the next fifteen years in a quick update on marketing. In Hollywood after finally coming to terms with the failed career as a stand in Charlotte actor gonna give modeling a shot. He's already secured, opticians papers, cruisers and. And. Hope you crap your pants little, man. Who knows if things go? Well, maybe you can be the pitch for Japanese. New baby Jordan line. Para purple size three and a half in the Chicago Bulls. Hornsey seemed to be right up. Your alley. New. War. Kyle Williams being the gold standard for. Jim. A man sounds well rested. That sounds like a guy some time off that sounds like a.

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Uber HR Chief Liane Hornsey Resigns After Investigation

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Uber HR Chief Liane Hornsey Resigns After Investigation

"President trump got a round of golf a scottish resort today he waved to year by protesters angry about the visit the demonstrators were able to get fairly close to mr trump and while the president today blasted the obama administration for not doing enough to stop russian election hacks in two thousand sixteen dan coats is director of national intelligence was sounding an alarm about russian hacking was in the months prior to september two thousand one when according to then cia director george tenet the system was blinking red here we are two decade nearly two decades later and i'm here to say the warning lights are blinking red again angelique kerber of germany's defeated serena williams to win the wimbledon women's crown this year novak djokovic plays kevin anderson for the men's title at wimbledon match tomorrow i'm mike morris and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters people familiar with the matter say airbus is closing in on a blockbuster agreement to sell twenty three billion dollars worth of aircraft based on list prices to air asia the new york times reports and other uber executive is under scrutiny for bad behaviour people familiar with the matter say on a conference call this spring with colleagues barney harford the company's chief operating officer critiqued a new ad that showed a mixed race couple he debated allowed how common the peering was among the audiences that would see it the us commerce department has lifted the ban on american firms selling products to china's z t e corp the ban was removed after z t e submitted the final payment of a one point four billion dollar penalty after pleading guilty to violating sanctions removing the ban on was a key chinese government demand amid escalating tensions between the world's two largest economies commerce secretary wilbur ross says he's selling off all his vast stockholdings this after news reports raised questions about the timing of some of his stock transactions and he received a sharp reprimand from the chief federal ethics officer well disney's seventy one billion dollar deal with twenty first century fox has won the endorsement of influential proxy advisers institutional shareholder services.

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Google’s Parent Births New Businesses: Balloons and Drones

Dr. Drew

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Google’s Parent Births New Businesses: Balloons and Drones

"To its alphabet of companies here's k joey tens jason middleton project wing it's drone delivery system and project loon which makes internet delivery balloons both graduated from alphabets x research division to become separate independent businesses these are the fourth and fifth ex businesses to spin out and become their own alphabet companies following cybersecurity business chronicle waymo and verily alphabet calls these spin out companies other bets and in the first quarter of this year alphabets other bets category posted revenue of one hundred and fifty million dollars on operational losses of five hundred and seventy one million have great days everybody i'm jason middleton and uber's chief human resources officer has abruptly stepped down leeann hornsey told employees in an email that she's leaving the company but she gave no reason hornsey writes that employees may think the decision came out of the blue but she's been thinking about leaving for awhile uber will not comment on the reason for her departure and as news report is sponsored by high times reggae on the river high times presents reggae on the river bi.

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Uber executive Hornsey resigns in email to staff following discrimination probe

The Takeaway

02:52 min | 4 years ago

Uber executive Hornsey resigns in email to staff following discrimination probe

"Well the first day of the nato summit in brussels is off to a shaky start npr's windsor johnston reports president donald trump opened the gathering by lashing out against germany and other nato allies trump once again blasted nato allies for not meeting their military spending goals he also accused germany of being a captive of russia because advise energy from moscow heather connolly with the center for strategic and international studies calls trump's comments unfounded germany is not captive if anything germany has provided some leadership visavis russia whether that's on the eu sanctions or providing the leadership and lithuania trump's comments also drew pushback from nato's secretary general who stressed the importance of preserving the alliance windsor johnston npr news in chicago cook county officials say they are now investigating a confrontation in which an apparently intoxicated white man harassed a young woman at a apart for wearing a shirt with the puerto rican flag on it including why officer nearby did not immediately stop the harassment when he was asked for help me at your is ari posted a facebook video of the incident last month here's a clip the united states yes i am can you please get away from me can you please get away from me learning officer officer i feel highly uncomfortable the men on the videos identified a sixty two year old timothy tribe is the officer reportedly has been assigned to dust duty while he is also under investigation oppo last year by morning consult found that nearly half of americans don't know that people born in puerto rico us territory are us citizens police in southern california say they've caught the woman who attacked and badly injured in ninety two year old mexican man whose case galvanized support for him on social media they've identified the suspect is thirty year old equation jones a witness says it during the apparently random attack the woman who is african american was yelling at rodolfo rodriguez to go back to his country but the sheriff's department says it still has not determined a motive for the assault the head of uber's human resources department leeann hornsey is resigned npr's jasmine guards reports are departure hose accusations she mishandled racial discrimination concerns an email obtained by npr praises hornsey as talented and hard working but her resignation comes just a few days after reuters contacted the company regarding an unreported investigation accusing hornsey of regularly dismissing complaints of racial discrimination within uber this is not the first time the car hailing service grapples with allegations of this nature last year uber faced accusations of gender discrimination and sexual harassment within.

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