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"howley" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
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Talking to kids about crisis
"We're going to turn it over to our guests. Who's joining us from rapid city? South Dakota Peyton Braveheart. He's in the eighth grade. And a citizen of the northern Chilean tribe. My pleasure to meet him Payton. Welcome Hello How's it going? Their pain going good. Good good. And so you're a little bit of Maybe what we wanted to talk about today in just want attorney to you Knowing that there are a lot of things that are important we just met your mother and tell us a little bit about some of this transition. How things have been going at home. Well it's been pretty nice spending a lot of time with my family since we're pretty busy a lot with our business and stuff in school but I really miss my friends and like going to school and learning In pain no able to keep in contact with them social media texting things like that At the moment It's Kinda like trying to focus on my work this week. Wow one very proud of you. Peyton in talk to me a little bit about the hell. Things have changed when it comes to learning in school work. And maybe even discovering The more things you have to learn is an indigenous person. Anything you WANNA share. Go ahead Peyton So I then every day for me trying to learn for school. I've been checking my my homework. Calendar. See if there's any assignments on the and then my we just stay in prayer and pay for all the people around us and Peyton In Payton when you're doing some of this work In in you discover something new. How do you celebrate all high? So I I read it down in my journal but there's something really interesting got. I've learned very nice in pain. Your mom talked a little bit about how important it was that. Y'All are communicating in anything. You want to share. Maybe their parents out there who are wondering and haven't had that conversation with their children you know. How important is it that that adults around you are there with big old ears? And so I think it's important to tell your kids about what's going on but just try not to take over Jesuit things so they stay calm. Yeah I hear you in any concerns that you have about what you're hearing about. You know what is going on with the Co vid nineteen or maybe you call it corona virus. Any thoughts I just worry about the other people that can easily get exposed to it and I hope that people get shipments. So they're not sick. Serve long haul there with you. Peyton and what about siblings? This is more time with siblings to. What's that like it's Kinda it's Kinda crazy hanging out with much zoltan but I spend time with them. I even make painting from to see more of an interest. I usually interesting. You're you knew Lee new. I guess kind of more about them in a different way in Patan anything you want to tell your peers maybe even some of your friends who are listening or just other kids your age about making it through this time anything you want to tell him. I think at this time maybe should keep your mind occupied with year or maybe read some books organizing them cleaning up. It's pretty nice to like get stuff done around the house and Peyton. What are your book suggestions? What what should we all be reading? This book called the Fourth Agreement to Kinda just talks about faith and spirituality. It's pretty good book. Well thanks for the suggestion and Peyton anything else you WANNA share about. Maybe even having access to your culture a little bit more Than what you used to in a in a normal school day. Any thoughts It's Kinda cool to see to see Lake Howley like Get through it all you know. It's good we got a lot of teachings in a lot of people are gifted a lot to us while. Peyton thank you so much anything else you wanNA tell people I don't really have anything else but thanks for having me on. The show was really nice talking to you. Guys are right. Well we wish you the best Payton. Thank you for sharing with
Can electric car pioneer Tesla maintain its momentum?
"Jamie. You've been watching it for a long time. What has prompted this astonishing surge in its shares over the last few days? I think we'll start off by looking just kind of the business. And what changed. Over the last few months the company they recorded record deliveries and fourth quarter which brought some optimism back to investors about the company that will some worries in between nineteen about the demand for Tesla's 'cause particularly with a few government subsidies rolling off especially in the US which is most of their demand at the moment and then we also had teza managing to build the factory outside Shanghai in under year and China's electric vehicle mock as the largest in the world so the idea was that may cause cheaper. I'm I'm the margins will be better and they went to shipping them across either and all the mistakes they've made for making that 'cause initially they figured out they've gone out all the problems now the bill to make them more efficient as well so I think people were surprised how came online and it kind of showed. The company was beginning to execute when the problem with Tesla before was always big expectations and then pushing them back six months or a year depending on what was going on in the Fremont factory all of which suggests that the company's doing better financially but doesn't quite explain in how the market cap is one hundred forty billion dollars or whatever it is now and the ramp up in the shadows on frankly zero news. Yeah I think you've got to attach the business from the share price of the moment because I think the main thing which is driven this rise is that there's a natural feedback loop in markets tested very popular brands. And it's a very well known company is very famous so it's always been one of the stocks of choice with retail punters on a thing. Amal Kit Kat. which is is Sunday going up? Ten or fifteen percent every day will not she attract friends of friends and then on the institutional side will attract momentum traders as well I. I don't think we've had is the kind of vortex of massive retail interest and momentum traders. The share price went from one eight hundred five hundred between May and December number doubled. So you have this massive interest from retail investors. But you've also had for a long time a lot of people who've bet against the company by selling its Hsieh's has short so tell us those people today financially white Talto where things stand. Tesla has always been Stock of interest for shortsellers cellars. It takes a few boxes. It's quite leverage that has quite a lot of debt. It's in a new market where we know. The steady state Dimond for their vehicles is GonNa Promotional National C Someone who pays on television. WHO has a media presence goes to? Hollywood parties is friends with celebrities and Kinda applies the line between being a public figure on the business. And if you know anything about the history of business you know that promotional CEO's are often sign of companies that run into problems later in their Lives it's also an extremely capital intensive industry which is making calls which is low margin high volume requires a huge amount of expertise. So you have basically up star challenging that status quo so I think it's gonNA companies from natural shortsellers and a lot of the famous sellers have been in this name. Is David Einhorn Horn. Who runs greenlight capital? Jim Chain also owns can across associates and the question of them being white tile. It's difficult to say they will have different position sizing and the how very good risk management. Jim Channel runs seventies eighties short positions. So I don't think it's going to be much for for him if one doubles on him. So Jamie one of the people that Elon. Musk has attracted as I think I revealed in the it where is his Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund. We saw data showing that they had sold out now if they won or lost on Tesla. And why do you think they might have been interested in the first place. I'm not sure whether they WANNA lost. Because we also reported lost that they'd hedged that position entirely when the stock was falling. So I'm not sure how long that hedge was lost in the story was that Saudi Arabia Sovereign Wealth Fund had wanted a stake in Tesla. Elon said no so. They bought a stake on the open market and the secondary market. I guess the idea was they were looking to diversify away from oil and electric cars are natural way to do that. Richard out then Tom Cisco near to the headquarters of Tesla. I thought Oh by now that the company was supposed to face serious competition and electric cars. Obviously had this great head start but I thought competitively they would be in serious trouble by now now and it seems that the market is thinking the opposite. I think we're right in the the most interesting year. Now for Tesla in terms of what kind of lead is Elon Musk really built up and Howley withstand the attack of the entire route industry. I mean he's Great. Success has been putting electric cars on the agenda. I think everybody else had written them off. Entirely is a category. That was never really gonNA work not for many years because the technology wasn't ready and musk has set afire onto the entire industry. You know I was looking at the day of twenty two caused coming out this year. Electric Cars Mall the big car. Makers because that all claim they're as good as a model three the model ass and so you know this is the time that things really get tough normally moving to An entirely new technology in an industry creates new winners. The old players have to learn entirely neutral after build new platforms and by the time China. They learn it some newcomers. Come along and run off with the market. I mean that's how technology markets work. It isn't how the car market has worked and the car companies companies of all assumed battery technology. We can master this as a commodity and as soon as we need to. We can just jump on board and that's kind of what's happening now in performance terms price performance. You know how many miles you can do in an electric car based on how much you're paying for the battery Tesla has a lead. It's around thirty eighty percent ahead of the jugular. I pace from what I've heard and that is something that's built up over many small improvements in the technology and in designing signing cause to work with electric palm maced efficiently. And I think one big question here is. How long is it going to take the industry to catch up and it could take three five five eight years? That's a really crucial number now because it speaks a lot of weather. Tesla has an edge in the technology but then even above the technology is is all the other things you buy a car for you buy a car for the brand for the feature as for the styling the interior so even if your oh electric. BMW doesn't quite live up to the performance of Tesla a lot of people are going to buy a BMW and that's where we're moving into him. Richard Longtime we've not seen any profits fats. Negative cashflow tessler. Is that starting to change now. And what is changing it if it is. I think the reason the market has got sick cited about test raise. They feel this company has really turned a corner and in terms of just free cash flow which is really the key the number here you know is tesla generating cash or is it heading for bankruptcy. which is what a lot of people thought early last year? It generated a billion dollars late last year just strung together. Three quarters in a row of positive cash flow. Now that's not gonNA lost the level. It is because it needs to invest invest in new equipment and new production. We got the model y coming out this year. We've got an electric pickup truck that we will see in the sidetrack coming out maybe next year and say you know they'll be moments when tested generates more prophet unless but I think the key point is it shamed that it can make money at a grace margin level. Just the amount of profit makes per vehicle. It's doing quite nicely more cars. It produces the more it can cover these basic CASA as of you've development and all it's ever heads so the model is starting to work and I think people feel pretty confident about it. I mean it's still a very long way from justifying anything. Nothing light the current share price. But at least it's not heading for bankruptcy anymore and do you think Ilan might be tempted
"howley" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"Joining us. Thank you so much for having me. WanNa get my great thanks to carry Howley you can read her fantastic profile who is reality winner. In New York magazine it's on the Internet's and she's got screenplay for not going film winner which you should look for as well. We had a great time doing the mail bag and we always love to hear your feedback. Even we're not doing mailbags she could tweet US Hashtag with pot email with pot at Gmail dot com. If you're listening to this in the week in which we publish it which is not everyone but if you are and all the stuff is happening in the Middle East right now. There's two podcasts. We did that. I think are really useful for understanding. Some context for the fallout from the US. Air Strike that killed Casa money. There's a podcast we did with Dexter. Dexter Filkins it was one of the first three podcast put out back in May of two thousand eighteen in which Dexter from New Yorker talks about Qassem silly money and the cubs force and the sort of Iranian activity city in the region and the kind of escalating proxy war between Iran and Assad and Hezbollah and this kind of Sunni access of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates and sometimes with the US and Israel as well. It's a really useful context for what happened. There's also a podcast. We did just in November of last year jeans riney about the battle for muzzle. which which was how the Iraqi army took muzzle back from Isis? And that's really relevant to because James is incredible reporting about just the reality of life during war war period of uninterrupted unending war for the Iraqi people for decades now and what it's meant for that society what it's meant for the people in the front lines of that which is all of course extremely relevant right now now as everyone is bracing for further escalation the region so definitely check those out. Why is this happening is presented by MSNBC AND NBC News produced by the team and features music by Cooper you can see more of work including links to things we mentioned here by going? NBC News Dot Com Slash. Wise is happening..
"howley" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"There are lots of people denying that for a very long period of time on the left and on the right right and you know the the Obama Administration I think was they. Were worried about being too loud about this. Because they didn't want to be seen as sewing paranoia annoying about the election in a way that looked like they were trying to rig things for Hillary Clinton and so they would send out these very vague notices to state level of election officials. Like you know beyond high alert thing the kind of thing where you're it's like. You're getting a notification to change your password. You know but what reality reality came across was a level of specificity that was new and in fact after the document appeared the Election Assistance Commission which is the federal the agency whose job it is to communicate with state level. Election officials sent out an alert. Saying hey look at this. This is new to US and state level election officials. Those were upset. They said no one told us about this attack and we would have liked to have known about it. So her specifically you're saying she's she's watching Fox News and she listened to the intercept Zip podcast and the intercept had some folks who are skeptical about Russian interference. She gets a transcript of podcast in which someone is saying. There is no hard evidence uh-huh and then she comes across this not just hard evidence but like truly astoundingly unnerving hard evidence which is like. They didn't just get into the INBOX. inbox of a dude named John. Podesta which itself was massively destructive to the entire election but like a log into an election software company is pretty scary stuff. Yeah I mean. The potential change. Voter rolls is scary. And I think she felt what she said during her. FBI interrogation was. I can't believe this was already out there that someone else had already leaked it and it's funny because subsequently there's been reporting on precisely this independent of her league right. I mean there. It has sort of come amount in two different reporting that it's been the subject of tremendous controversy me. The situation in Florida in which like Bill Nelson was running running for Senate and sort of said like mentioned offhandedly that like their state election system had been penetrated or at least attempted to be penetrated people. Like what are you talking about crazy old man and then it turned out that he right and if you talk to election security experts they'll say this is precisely the kind of thing we've been worrying about publicly for a longtime but nobody listens because who wants to talk about elections. I mean it's just people get bored immediately. When you say the words election security but this this idea of the vulnerability of vendors there's apparently had been a weakness that people knew about and now those experts can say look? It's it's actually happened. Here's the evidence is like an impulsive situation choice where she prints this thing out. Is it a plant that she's like I'm going to set these people right like because what's so crazy to me about this leak. She is like trying to correct the false sense of media figures that she trusts. She's like no you guys. I like you and you're right about so many things but you're wrong about this one. I want to just show you that you're wrong. Yeah my impression and something that she does say in a jailhouse phone call is that it was impulsive but I think we can say it was impulsive and came from good intentions right now. I mean I guess my point that. She's a strange sort of figure. Because this is not whistleblowing Seoul blowing in the sense. She's not like Oh look at this abuse. That's happening in the surveillance agency. I live in or like look at these civilians that we the US government killed. It's no actually the attack against the Americans by the Russians is a real thing you skeptics. Russian interference right. And I think it's been and really frustrating to her family that not only other leakers like portraying or you know. The president is also shared classified information. Although he's not been punished in the same way as the president. The president is different constitutional because all classification authority closing his ranking declassified. Anything wants to Sherbert. Take these he's able to portray us like he was charged with a misdemeanor. Never did any jail time. You know other people like see Michael Cohen or Murray. But you know people who did not have. The Best of intentions have have done less jail time sentence celestial time and I think that's been of great frustration to her and her family. I want to get into the chain of events that led to her arrest and sentencing. And we'll do that after after this break. Hi Everyone Steve Kornacki here host of the podcast article two inside impeachment. It is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached impeached by the House of Representatives and faces a trial in the Senate. We've witnessed incredibly historic moment. So what does it mean for us for our politics and for our country will the politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachments teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more on article two inside impeachment in search now wherever you're listening and subscribe. Thanks for listening. So she princess out she smuggles it out and what does she do with the printout she smells it to the intercept and they get it and they write a story based on it they get it and this becomes quite marquee. We've never gotten a full accounting of what happened in why but I'm not investigative reporter but my my understanding is when you get a leaked document you never share the image of that documents documents with the agency from which it was leaked because that has traceable information that someone at the intercept sent an image of the document to a contractor after who was then legally obligated to show it to the NSA which then immediately you know located reality only a few people had printed this? How only one of those people had downloaded transcript from the intercept that she did that on her government account like on her contractor account? I believe so. Oh God and there's also like there's traceable information because there's actually like my understand or like a security system on the on the printer right that there's like it's built built in that there's traceable signals embedded in the document that are that say who printed out the thing. Yeah that's my impression too so it's not entirely clear why that happened from a you know a publication that prides itself on supporting whistleblowers and of course was founded with the intention in of disseminating information that snowden had acquired but you know she was basically immediately apprehended after that so in the course of reporting they share the document the document makes its way back. Then say the. NSA does not have a very tough detective trail to trae styling until they find that this contractor WHO's working for them in Augusta Georgia Printed this out and apparently leaked it. And what's the timing between like from how long the intercept gets it to her being arrested. I think it's a while before the intercept publishes it because they think it's probably fake because it's like postmarked Augusta I I think it took them a while to trust that this was legitimate but once they published it it was like a matter of hours before they were at our house so it gets published. They're they're in a matter of hours I think. So what is the government. What do they charge her with him? What is the? What's the case like that? They build against her. They charge her with willful willful retention and transmission of National Defense Information which is under the espionage act which is of course an act intended to punish spies. But but which you know really the Obama Administration used varies zealously to punish whistle blowers and leakers. And so she has almost no opportunity to mount a defense because under this act intention doesn't matter so she's already confessed in her laundry room to the FBI. Yeah I And all they have to do she confessed back. She was in a laundry room. Take me through that. They show up at her door. It's a riveting transcript which has actually been turned into a stage play in what she's really charming and funny intelligent and vulnerable but you you know she deflects for a while and then she says basically. I felt helpless. I I wanted to know why this information hadn't already been leaked and so so when it comes time seamount to defense. There's very little available to her defense team. In every motion they made to kind of broaden the case to questions of the First Amendment was rejected so she basically had to take a plea deal because they were seeking a full ten years and so she confesses in the laundry room and they. The government government seeks ten years. What is the government's case for why they are throwing the book at her? This is really amazing. I mean they use everything in her life to try to build a case that she is essentially in league with terrorists. This is early in their prosecution so things like she would message. She's she's very sarcastic in a way. That would be very familiar to us as like young Gen xers people as hostages. The people She'll message her sister. I have to take a polygraph further. GonNa ask if I plotted against the government. Hashtag GonNa fail and then her sister will be like. Ll just convince yourself. You're writing a novel and then she'll be like look. I only say I hate America three times a day. I'm radical and the prosecution will be like she. She says she hates America. Three times a day right yeah And this happens over and over with like many things that she said like she had written in her diary. Sorry in a fit of rage after trump elected. I think I want to burn down the White House. And they're like she wants to burn down the White House. She taught herself Arabic. I think when she was in high school and I think she had done this. You know because she was very affected by nine eleven happened when she was eight or nine and she had these very serious discussions with her father. About why this happened happened. She was interested in like communications thinking. The world would be a better place if we could like talk to one another and so she taught herself Arabic and in the hands of the prosecution Russian. It's like why did you teach yourself era back like they asked her mother this in this accusatory way like it's so she can. I don't know like you know. Join up with America's enemies and things like she was constantly smashing her phone right. She has a temper and so they'd be like why. Do you have four smashed phones. You know or why you have so many laptops in your I mean four smash phones as little weird if it was for. But it's just like a bunch I duNno I sh- I who doesn't have a bunch of like old laptops house you know Also those searches. She had done when she had left the drone program and was looking for those those jobs and like refugee camps in nonprofits. Those were all searches about going abroad right like she was looking for jobs abroad and they took that to be incriminating waiting so they build this absurd case which no one buys now that she was like plotting against America and that was used to deny her bail and so she. She's been in prison since that day. Wow and all these people like I dunno like love par room and are out. Walking around bopping around Harvey Weinstein had an ankle brace that he disabled fifty seven times a diary that newsletter. Just today Michael Manafort was is just Walton around Walter until he like literally like just kept breaking the law had put a put them in jail but like Michael. Flynn who you know what Michael Flynn was like literally literally work for a foreign government literally worked for foreign government while not disclosing that and then lying about it to the FBI. He never got kept without bail like she had the book thrown her. I mean another thing that the prosecution keeps doing during this case is claiming that she's done exceptionally grave harm to national security for which they offer not one iota of evidence and none is required..
Your social media "Pupdate"
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ZipRecruiter, where growing businesses. Connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Madeleine produce likes to speak for dogs with putt gates. Yes. And that is a growing trend in social media, and she's going to tell us all about it today on talking tech. Mattie, has joined USA day for the summer, and this is her second time on talking tax because this is the second time as an intern USA day, tell everybody about pup dates. Okay. So weekly I take all the photos that my sister sends of her dog who's really cute. His name is Posey. She sends these pictures in our family group chats or just over Snapchat or something, and I'll take screen shots at them. And I create a pup day on my Instagram story that kind of shows everyone, what Posey's been doing through the week. And I do it through his perspective as if he's talking. So give people a visual, what would some of the pictures of the dog are of him sleeping because he sleeps, a lot, but he also has really big ears. And so he. He just had a. A puppy human is what I call my sister's new baby. And so the stroller that they guy is also a wagon. And so he sits in the front of the wagon. And so there's been videos of him being pushed around in the wagon. I've referred to my sister and her husband has peasants for pushing him around in his stroller. And sometimes he'll be playing with toys, or he'll be kissing his new puppy human things like that. It's kind of supposed to be kinda cute and funny and start the week off on like happier note by looking at pictures of Posey. And what you found is that you can take picture of three no sky, scape the Las Vegas casino or put up a picture of a pop. Yes. And you get a lot more response. So much so anymore, I'll do the newer thing with Instagram is to do polls, or quizzes, or things like that, or the scales that show you how cute he is or stuff like that. I'll ask followers, what they wanna see on updates guy few responses with that. So trying to build that up. A little bit more to get more people engaged in everything. What do you find the benefit of doing a story versus just posting the photo is well with the stories you can drawn on them, and do like funny, little stickers or there's this, a lot more tools on Instagram stories than I even say snapshot stories to make it more interesting to look at. And I think that a post, you can't say individual things I'll put an individual saying on each photo on my story. And that way, it kind of each speaks, self whereas an Instagram captions speaks for the whole post in a way, and it's I don't think it'd get as much engagement because it's more of a casual thing whereas I feel if you post on Instagram as an actual post than it's like a very as a little bit. I don't know series isn't the word. I'm going for. But it's only one, I can think of right now it's just a little bit more. Formal little bit more. You're looking for the likes whereas with the stories you're kind of looking to engage, I would say, but the photos. Disappear in a in a day. Yeah, but they have highlights on Instagram where you can put these archive stories on there. And so if you go onto my Instagram, I have a Posey's weekly update one and you can go through all the pup dates out of ever been pump dates. And you're not the only one lots of people are doing this. It's a it's a social trend to kind of speak for dogs. So whether that's a Twitter account, we rate dogs is what's really the account, that's kind of responsible for this culture, trendy talk about dogs. They use pup in where you would so where you would say update, they say, pup date or popular instead of popular things like that. And they have another account called thoughts of dog were they speak like a dog, and it's kind of about different social situations from a dog's point of view and tell everybody how to find you on Instagram Madeline, Purdue an AD L I. N. E. P U, R D. We a lot of people like to spell it. P. E R. Yes. Lots. Apple like like the chicken, but it's like the university. In indiana. Yeah. I'm Jefferson Graham. You'd find me on Twitter at Jefferson Graham. You can find Madeleine at Madeleine Purdue and please subscribe to talking tech, wherever you listen to online audio Howley back tomorrow with another quick it from the world of tech. Hiring used to be hard. 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Just When You Thought Virginia Politics Could Not Get Worse
"Throughout northern pregnant office that nearly that of the calls from its own party. They reside at a racist photo nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Meanwhile, the conservative website that I published the racist photo. Says it was tipped to the photo. Patrick howley. The editor in chief of big league. Politics says a tip led to the discovery of the racist photo in Virginia. Governor Ralph Northerns medical school yearbook. Holly says a citizen who was upset by Northern's. Recent comments on abortion legislation tipped off the conservative news site Friday night northern admitted he was in the photo depicting a man in black face and another in a Ku Klux Klan, hood and robe and apologized without saying which costume he was wearing. But on Saturday northern denied. He was in the photo the concerned citizen was upset by Northern's comments of support for a Bill. Loosening restrictions on late term
Hawaiian Airlines passengers, crew treated after pepper spray goes off
"Four. Eight four eight four eight a. Pepper spray scare on board a Hawaiian airlines, flight. On Friday, from Oakland California to Maui someone somehow got pepper spray past. A. Security checkpoint and Oakland ABC's Alex stone tells us why Hawaiian. Airlines tells ABC news flight Twenty-three was cruising over the Pacific Ocean when passengers in the front of. The plane smelled an odor they removed toward. The back of. The plane Pilots. Declared an emergency landing. Quickly in Maui once on the ground medics treated twelve passengers and three flight attendants it turned out they were exposed. To pepper. Spray that somebody hit illegally brought on board and it went, off in that person's
The Flying Adventures of Lizzy Lizard written by Angela Ferrari
"Are you ready to hear a story. We got a very special episode view this time. It comes from our friend, Angie at story, spectacular. Story. Spectaculars did not the children's podcast featuring original stories in classic Retailing's listeners will enjoy creative stories with vivid characters in sound design. So taking listen, and I hope you enjoy it. And don't forget if you do subscribe on your favorite podcast app, all head to story spectacular. Don't come. Okay. Hi, Angie. Can you tell us what store you've got for us? Hello. Rob. This story I have to share is called the flying adventures of Lizzie the lizard. There once was a tiny lizard name Lizzy who lived with their family and a magical place called lizard Lee. And it was a lovely village made of clay on a steep mountainside every lizard had its place in an important job to do Lizzy was from a family of food gatherers. These lizards would gather fruit from the jungle orchards and bring them back to the village for all the lizards to eat. What will I be when I grow up asked Lizzy one morning as she sat at the table, having breakfast with her mother and father with what would you like to be little busy? Her mother smiled. I wanna be a flying lizard and discover new places. Sounds like a lovely dream Lizzie, but lizards k. fly her father laughed. I think you should be a front gathered just like me and your mother while wine day. I'm going to become the first Blang lizard. Just you wait and see. As Lizzie grew older, she began to work with her mother and father out in the orchards collecting fruit, but she never stopped dreaming of one day learning to fly and going on granted ventures. Sometimes Lizzy would even sneak away from the fruit orchards and make her way deep into the jungle. She would climb up threes and we've from branch. Daring little wizard with swing on vines and places in the jungle. Forests. One day as Lizzie with sneaking off on one of her secret jungle John. She heard a strange noise coming from deep in the forest. She climbed up a tree to get a better look sound was coming from an old lizard who was crying for how. Somebody hoped me Lizzy sprung into action jumping from trade Atrim. She swum from a vine swooped down to the ground. The old lizard had it's stuff under a. I'm stunk UCI was napping by this loan and it rolled over onto my foot. You get on stuff Lizzy declared. She wished the law with all right in until the old lizards foot was read. There was also a strange wooden stick that had been stuck under the log as well. Oh, thank you. Thank you. You free me from the log and you found my magic wand, what a beret little Caesar. You're welcome. Did I hear you say you had a magic one. Yes, you see on the lizard wizard and now that I have my one back, I have regained all of my magical powers, you'll have magical powers. Well, sure. What would you like to see? Can you turn that golden leaf into an apple. Coming right up lizard. Wizard pointed is wanted the leap on the ground and he transformed the leave into a shiny red apple before Lizzy vary is here have a snack, amazing and delicious. Do you think you could make rock disappear. The magical lizard pointed is want at the rock in. Disappeared into thin air. That was incredible city. Do you think that perhaps you could make a lizard fly though, lizard wizard thought for a moment and rubbed his beard? I guess, with their permission, I could make a lizard fly. Could you get me wing so that I could find? Are you sure that's what you want my dear. I wish to fly more than anything in the whole world. While you've
Victims identified in Chicago's bloody weekend that left 12 dead
"Easy it's fun and is for a great cause come out September eighth for the Saint Jude walk run to end childhood cancer at Soldier. Field More with the Chicago Tribune Stacey Saint Clair on Jason Van Dyke trial coming up but first let's get a. Check of the news here's Eric Ron good morning as. A nother national night outcomes and go Chicago police say hundreds of extra officers are. Being deployed do city neighborhoods where a burst of gun violence over, the weekend left at least eleven people dead and around seventy. People wounded police superintendent Eddie Johnson said at. A Tuesday news conference that four hundred. Additional officers are already patrolling areas on the west and south sides where most of the shootings. Occurred another two hundred will, be added by the coming weekend victims of this weekend's shooting range in age from eleven to, sixty three years old, it was election night in several states and they were watched very very closely a tight race in Ohio for. A congressional. Seat one held by a Republican for decades Republican Troy Balderstone is claiming victory over Daniel Connor just a few thousand votes separate the two To O'Connor has not conceded the loss. In Missouri attorney general Josh Howley beat out ten other. GOP challenges, to take on democrat Claire mccaskill for. A Senate seat. Also in Missouri voters rejected a right to work a, ballot measure, which would have banned mandatory union fees Kansas, governor Jeff Collier is locked in a tight primary challenge from Chris co box the Kansas secure secretary of state was endorsed. By President Trump. Whoever wins will take on democrat state Senator Laura Kelly the Cook County medical examiner's office says a man shot to death by police in June was shot in. The back the findings come a little more than a. Week after attorneys for twenty four year old Marie Scranton juniors family filed a wrongful. Death lawsuit against the city and the officer who shot him Chicago, police say officer started chasing grin after they tried to talk. To him during a narcotics investigation body cameras. Show granting trying to climb a fence. When he was shot officer say grant. And fired Police a gun was found near his body the shooting is still under investigation we'll check your sports traffic and, weather, next on WGN Switch to sprint unlimited.
"howley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Leave it at that. But thank you for your input because I'm at heartbreak sorry by all right here's the news. CBS news update four days after a tragedy on a lake in Branson Missouri the coastguard will oversee the salvage operation for. The, vessel that was carrying thirty one, people Tonight a vigil held to honor, the seventeen who drowned when it went down Missouri attorney general Josh Howley this, is a very severe tragedy. Into severe loss of life but would. Also sticks out. To me is the determination of law enforcement, to find the evidence here to get to the. Bottom of this I'm Jim crystalline. Branson Missouri working, with the US coastguard the company that owns the duck boat, that sank during a quick moving storm Thursday night will, raise, the vessel from the bottom of. Table rock lake Monday morning a video, recorder retrieved by divers from the ball has been sent. To a federal lab. In Washington for analysis readings from where the boat sank showed winds of seventy three miles per, hour too shy of hurricane force one person remains hospitalized CBS news update I'm Matt piper Filipo and I'm here to, talk to you about awaken. One eighty weight loss people ask me. All the time You worried you're going to gain the weight back you, know I don't worry about it because I know. What I can eat and I know what I can't eat and that's why the weight has not come back it's been a couple of months now since I finished, the program and I'm on a. Maintenance program, now and I don't eat certain things that I used to eat eat less of some other things you know, it's really that simple people. Come. Up to me all the. Time and, want to know. What the trick is and it's not.
"howley" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I can't even think of one one it was dallas cowboys linebacker chuck howley in the jim o'brien field goal game exactly yeah had the big intercepted two passes recovered a fumble in a sixteenth thirteen loss to baltimore how many world series mvp have come from a losing team world series mvp i would say zero it's one yankees bobby richardson hit three sixty seven with twelve rbi's including a grand slam during the enke's four three loss to the pirates in nineteen sixty and nhl it's more common there have been four mvp's that come from losing teams in the stanley cup finals but if you're ever gonna do it isn't now the time to do it i mean lebron is is this is the worst team lebron is ever taken to the fires he's by the way he leads his team he's averaging twenty seven and a half points nine point ones assists and shooting fifty four percent he leads the team in all those categories having forty two minutes a game oh no in the finals in the postseason total he's averaging thirty five game nine rebounds nine assists but he's potentially going to get swept if he went okay i agree with you you can't give it to him you get swept what about you sweep if he wins one game can you give it to them know who you voted for what if what if i just watched the most miraculous exhibition of shooting that i have ever that might be the best while first of all brian.
"howley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Offers that he put up because it's very rare i think that you had was chuck howley yet cowboys linebacker that was super bowl five and he was mvp in a losing effort do you remember any other performances that jump to mind guys who lost in the finals i guess we could find a list somewhere could have been consideration i got one for baseball bobby richardson nineteen sixty new york yankees mvp a loss that was the mezro sqi yep homerun series collie seventyone jerry west sixty nine in about it's happened five times in the nhl okay but i don't even know what lebron could let's let's say lebron average forty five and they lost in five i just don't think today's voters are going to give the mvp till the brian james does he really deserve it if they lose him five anyway yeah it's gotta go seven for this to be a discussion if he if he averages forty and it goes seven and they lose at least you can make a case for it i just think today's voter this is that's a whole different generation ago if you had nineteen sixty nine with jerry west nineteen seventyone with chuck howley it doesn't happen very often i don't know what chuck howley did in that super bowl i mean it wasn't a good super bowl at all jim o'brien the game winning kick but it was a boring super bowl yeah mclovin i mean tom brady had a pretty good superbowl last year i know he didn't wasn't gonna win every p but he's had some big performances he threw for five hundred yards in a losing effort without the did he set the record i can't even remember off the top of my head for most yard yeah in a super bowl i think so i believe yeah i mean he was amazing but so what what other poll question.
"howley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You if no leo the man and woman he of equality i'm on the blood of humanity thank you thank you either good morning and welcome the jason and alexis it in the morning live on my tago seven one and live streaming all over the year that by talk with a seven onecom of jason mathison and joining me every single day which is not making snow angels in the dirty grady snow ladies and gentleman alexis thompson but you know what i was doing yesterday i follow you a good morning good morning good morning howley robert earning a a are way it's been awhile do this holly roberts said a hot second ardo ohad zecchini we're thrilled to have you it is monday march twelve 2018 five thirty two is the time no matter who is here no matter what we do at this point in the show we always ask the question how the hell is your coffee's is excusable damn fine the got the coffee cup of coffee oh that's right it is the question that well flintstone asked fred flintstone and morning had bedrock wilma how's your coffee bam bam alexis how the healthy.
"howley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I i mean i get you need to find out everything you need to know about everything you need to know about draft prospects i get it that's an investment that you're making one year when you call a guys rhyme representing your friends eyes i mean tasr i mean come on now it's a it's it's it's ideologies uncalledfor i i you know it's it's this reprehensible bs i mean i i want to see the actual word and i can't but it really is at stake how how will these howley allowed to do this balance allowed like how it even allowed loud you know what i mean i'm not i'm not one me snowflake people i know the world's very pc now i understand especially in broadcasting these two you gotta be careful what you say or just and business education what you say to people you can't run around like he's we back in the days will be different howdy who has this kid or just get out of college is on the cusp of being in the nfl and and he's worked hard to get to this level i mean about his mom how do you do how disrespectful i don't know i mean i don't know what teams acts demand right it's not out there was another i found this kid whatever those teams are i would not want to play there and as far as his sexual preference how the hell is that anybody's business i i totally agree with you what does matter his sexual preference in my answer to that if i always dairies guys would be what you don't think there are homosexual athletes that are play in the national football league now the non gambling i have no doubt but if i'm looking at just specifically the national football ira i the idea idea that question is being asked is utterly and completely ridiculous i and you're right i mean it is disrespectful about his mother and called for and then his sexual preference whatever it might be who cares that is his own personal life as long as as long as no laws are being broken as long as nobody's getting her what does it matter what a guy does away from the football field as long as he's a quality football player on it representing your franchise helping you win football games that's all that matters.
"howley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Kqed dot org to flash new swelled and three thank you for joining us march many people spend a lot of money on products designed to keep their here from getting to frizzy but getting rid of the phrasing is just could deprive them of the chance to hear something rare the crackling of a bright meet your a meteor forms when a bit of space rock slams into earth's atmosphere friction causes it vaporise creating a streak of light bigger rocks form brighter streaks known as fireballs over the centuries many people reported hearing faint sounds from especially bright fireballs kissing popping or rustling sounds that were barely audible but faint whispers couldn't be direct sounds from the fireballs they're are so high that it would take many minutes for any sounds to reach the ground and so until a few decades ago most scientists dismissed reports of media or sounds edmund howley of halley's comet fame call them pure fantasy but in 1978 and australian scientists concluded that the sounds were real but not actual sounds from the media itself instead they were produced by very low frequency radio waves generated in the electrically charged path behind a miti or as the waves reached the ground they could cost them objects to vibrate producing electro faunal sounds the list included wirerimmed eyeglasses and frizzy hair other researchers verify the idea during a major meteor shower in 1998 confirming that a fireball in this guy can create a faint whisper on the ground for the macdonald observatory i'm sandy wood lil cambridge form is next on kqed fm eighty eight point five san francisco and kqe ifm eighty nine point three north highland sacramento ombu thighs inga whether wise dropping down to the low thirty used too low 40s today night sunshine tomorrow nine third have in the book some images of squads so the.
"howley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Money on products designed to keep their hair from getting to frizzy but getting rid of the frizzy nece just could deprive them of the chance to hear something rare the crackling of a bright meet your a meteor forms with a bit of space rock slams into earth's atmosphere friction causes such vaporize creating a streak of light bigger rocks form brighter streaks known as fireballs over the centuries many people reported hearing faint sounds from especially bright fireballs kissing popping or rustling sounds that we're barely audible but faint whispers couldn't be direct sounds from the fireballs they're so high that it would take many minutes for any sounds to reach the ground so until a few decades ago most scientists dismissed reports of or sounds edmund howley of halley's comet fame call them pure fantasy but in 1978 and australian scientists concluded that the sounds were real but not actual sounds from the media itself instead they were for juiced by very low frequency radio waves generated in the electrically charged path behind him either your as the waves reached the ground they could cause some objects to vibrate producing electro fawn excels the list included wirerimmed eyeglasses and frizzy hair other researchers verify the idea during a major meteor shower in 1998 confirming that a fireball in the sky i can create a faint whisper on the ground for.
"howley" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"A kilt week anything i actually yes have safa a potential howley a sit a down blank you trevor leparoux uh we saw one effort from of the the eliseo coverage lease oviedo i don't in the know council i mean i don't i don't think eletoral terbal on them for mr knowledge and and ugo i brought days this that up i'm during sure a meeting who last sees night you with anyway some local sees conservatives you and were one of all the people in says all all all the cowboys woah woah or woah to ransom woah that's a bad move the we've still got working to build bridges by with liked these people it go broke back bill urges well they do make with criminal fun of me but element not when i'm around not to determine well bottle you know these blonde bannock community now because breakfast want them to vote republican we we got a compromise a look little bit threats issued from my wife a bunch was of born uncivil in mexico that a bath sacking she was a trump urge fan ugo before jug i was are because drawn he jets said something really awesome that really conner attention john wall way legally according her illegal aliens are slap in the face of her father the best we spent years saving up as money so he could do it the right way brought her over ooh when she was a baby the along with nine yet himself in his wife since winging they had it six american fulton what's wrong leftist nuts because they don't understand my wife a you'll be in fees g an immigrant went through the process to from my get nationalizes home she has a different perspective ansett we the at of arizona california program is suing the federal government for a trying man to or woman execute or won an immigration academy award law said they want no border not only a natural here's the funny and follow thing the it's camera a about all this is one of the most genuine people i've ever worked with in mexico even with.
"howley" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Try to be accommodating or i like to do child they're a show when you have galaxy leave on the show they wanna have male ipc dad howley's halted the denver post now i did condition clinton called condition and if you are in a hospital holiday less teeth hello if certainty at the denver post because we are making money we do make a profit um but we are owned by you know a new york hedge fund and they think about their business a lot differently than an owner like it'd be singleton this uh who cares very much about the product and if cutie they they're trying to make money they're trying billy stream streamlined the operation so that their maximising their profits and whereas you know other publishers who are closer to the goal of doing journalism more willing to take lots of a profit the keep their whose rooms afloat and so there's some of that however there is also the very real business reality that that all been capital is trying to deal with and that is the decline of of prince uh ever in the future as a reader is you know uh it's harder to get the older readers to subscribe to a friend's addition in so we placed a lot of importance over the years on digital advertising trying to get as many cliques was possible so be bathily expanded our audience but the sad facts on the ground guard that somehow or another that didn't work either um stacking digital dine turned into stacking less than digital penny the people that are getting all the money from digital advertising our facebook and google ran um it's not willing to stare how do you make you pay while easy i really haven't tried to pay too because i happened countered wall back i do get to wall street journalists while and they've made pretty easy dead my computer recognized as mayor says subscriber and i hope the denver post has nearly process haven't really tried it yet but there are other our our local were the wall street journal works or.
"howley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Howley a blanket trevor leparoux effort the i don't know i mean i don't i don't think up terbil on because him for mr you smoke knowledge for how those many years days before that i met i'm sure you looks who sees to us you anyway sees you drink alcohol all in and all the other stuff all you're not the cowboys supposed to do or to on ransom a couple of drinks come the on still working by liked upi it go broke back while muster said i mean i'm with young enormity i've been on this when the other guy you're going to blame danielle when you're don's age and your hacking up because you did all that too i mean come on probably a little rogen not bad morning team laying to nobody george abc a steinbrenner motorcycle is a great for reputation ten million dollars john of whether the government permanent merrier ubuntu us right and blood i think george bellona put up wars like two hundred thousand show ann now it's um worth not four billions rounds uh it's unbelievable now dowd we're you know abc's still one of the big radio stations voice in the country sounds great don bob lou well thank marble you madison you without know bob i've and ahmed one no aim that i just thought oh my can recover the bailout program for boring radio timeless the known in the morning and boom bye dude do the web but and the the fifth this carrabba's be juror ooh the the blinding bob bob mopped up bob bomb a mary man the lawyer west of talk radio endless in the morning ladies and gentlemen love bashed of imus in the morning one defied girl dr john walsh when throughout the.
"howley" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Mm is dry the mover god big illegals this is two two gouda kuwaitis ryan seacrest it's the city with your morning as ryan takes a leg of his watch for a howley's pause i have two hydrated for this the trains roses i mean i got to dig deep yeah very doing this well we're going to start out hey i want to say before we meet carla i don't think there's any point to make in the call now lets me call and find out if our minds are chains unanswerable i just don't think there's a a great point making this call to me she's just leave this guy they're not married i don't think they have kids so just leave carlot good morning hanker laura long how are you doing well i mean i'm okay searching yeah let me read the mail it says dear on is is the my boyfriend and i've been together for five years for most of that time our relationship has been under wraps idle post anything on facebook and we really don't go out with our friends together you don't pose why because he said don't post it didn't want me to post like a long time ago he said he didn't want me to order bryant graham is mostly my dog does not generally we're gonna come back to this in the second so you to send email recently expressed interest in being a little more public about it he said why change it if it works i said what if we want to get married some day we're just going to surprise everyone he said sure i have a feeling he's keeping a secret now clearly is keeping a secret so why why i odyssey caller i don't understand why you stay with a guy like this at all so to me there's no reason to make a phone call and do the rinsche roses but wrong why do you stay with the guy that treats you like this we're gonna gather karrar in like when it's really good it's girl like we are it's just easy to be together and like i see all my friends like aren't hinder and everything in that doesn't look fun like i you know like we been together so long like i don't know true you like that at my my friends make fun of me elaborate hungry her friends does it make you happy mark every time i think so but now turning is deal.
"howley" Discussed on talkRADIO
"One thousand emergency ships will loves to mental health problems last year a separate study by mo it also found twenty seven percent of contemplated taking their own lives because of stress were working in far services those are the headlines here with the latest that 648 welcome back the children lawrence victoria thank you say rain will clear from the southeast during this morning with a mixture of sunshine and showers falling across the country howley's today of twenty three the pulling county its moderate in england and wales alive in northern ireland and scotland this evening is going to be windy across the northwest with heavy showers outweigh we'll be dry and breezy with a few showers laser fiftyninth and nice into friday it's going to be a windy colder day with sunny spells an old say some showers which could be heavy and thundery and you've ever the nervousness was that you found out you'll lose out to all those years ago not that long ago essentially on gallagher's those decades ago that isn't it it really isn't it's not one i would want to relive when i got my i live result cuban too low when they replaced it up on the school bold sinced one too and there were policemen there two policemen because the previous year a disgruntled student at back senior results spray double would lighter fluid and set for let's you want to repeat performance equipment sells eighty multiple was the first one was a second name on the other one had been a grammar school but i will be the first comprehensive here so the people's daily disappointed grammar school students assume have other issues you virtually big show at each other launched back at the top of the 614 on its talk radio we'll get you choking bye inside a very.
"howley" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Uh today's show did come after me sunday morning nbc sunday today's show they have their corresponding howley jacked the white house correspondent she also hosts a show on msnbc that joe joe emeka are not alone uh and she has this sunday show that she does which is there sunday today show as opposed this not sunday meet the press it sunday today's show before meet the press and she did a report on are increasingly polarized media culture and i'm just after reading the sovereigns the transcript your i wonder if she talked bill gates and if he clued her in about how things work i wonder if he's an unnamed source here lissette in shrewd it began ugly not have under another presidents the drudge report is a media gossip page known for below the beltway reporting you are you admit a conservative and you have increasingly targeted the clinton white house while i go where the stink as the democrats and their fear mongering what with one relegated to talk radio quoted on the launch of view in another level what was the liberal by media here what's the story was about how we jackson visa trying to figure out when a country became so divided now those of you who have listened to regularly no that i have claim credit for this you have heard me say that the arrival of this program is what led to the media casting aside its precept of objectivity and becoming partisan i'm not blaming mice don't misunderstand but i am i think the beginning point of this what did she call it the the partisan divide the country became so device when the media had their monopoly and they determine what was news in what wasn't news when they determine what commentary the news was that was but this show came along and 1988 imp blew up that monopoly and then the conservative blogs came in the websites and other talk radio shows than fox news.
"howley" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"You who one on the hawks in them from imprint nine one one five five number one in new bedford howley car show fourteen twain all ups.