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Eagles of Death Metal members testify about Bataclan attack

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Eagles of Death Metal members testify about Bataclan attack

"Members members members members of of of of the the the the rock rock rock rock band band band band that that that that played played played played a a a a show show show show that that that that was was was was attacked attacked attacked attacked by by by by terrorists terrorists terrorists terrorists in in in in France France France France have have have have testified testified testified testified in in in in court court court court about about about about that that that that ordeal ordeal ordeal ordeal two two two members members members of of of eagles eagles eagles of of of death death death metal metal metal say say say their their their lives lives lives would would would change change change forever forever forever by by by the the the terrorist terrorist terrorist attack attack attack on on on their their their performance performance performance in in in Paris Paris Paris in in in twenty twenty twenty fifteen fifteen fifteen singer singer singer Jesse Jesse Jesse Hughes Hughes Hughes and and and guitarist guitarist guitarist adding adding adding go go go Lindo Lindo Lindo both both both testified testified testified about about about the the the night night night that that that Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state group group group extremists extremists extremists stormed stormed stormed their their their concert concert concert killing killing killing scores scores scores of of of people people people and and and left left left them them them running running running for for for their their their lives lives lives Linda Linda Linda said said said he he he fled fled fled through through through a a a side side side door door door of of of the the the theater theater theater and and and ended ended ended up up up in in in a a a police police police station station station along along along with with with others others others who who who he he he said said said were were were covered covered covered in in in blood blood blood the the the musician musician musician testified testified testified at at at the the the trial trial trial of of of the the the lone lone lone surviving surviving surviving member member member of of of the the the group group group involved involved involved in in in the the the attack attack attack the the the suspect suspect suspect has has has been been been defined defined defined in in in his his his testimony testimony testimony but but but last last last month month month he he he broke broke broke down down down in in in court court court asking asking asking forgiveness forgiveness forgiveness and and and offering offering offering condolences condolences condolences for for for the the the victims victims victims I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel

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Ohio doctor found not guilty in 14 hospital patient deaths

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Ohio doctor found not guilty in 14 hospital patient deaths

"A a a a jury jury jury jury acquits acquits acquits acquits in in in in Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio doctor doctor doctor doctor Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday of of of of murder murder murder murder charges charges charges charges in in in in multiple multiple multiple multiple hospital hospital hospital hospital patient patient patient patient deaths deaths deaths deaths Dr Dr Dr Dr Williams Williams Williams Williams useful useful useful useful was was was was accused accused accused accused of of of of ordering ordering ordering ordering excessive excessive excessive excessive amounts amounts amounts amounts of of of of the the the the pain pain pain pain killer killer killer killer fentanyl fentanyl fentanyl fentanyl for for for for fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen patients patients patients patients in in in in the the the the Columbus Columbus Columbus Columbus area area area area Mount Mount Mount Mount Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel health health health health system system system system prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors said said said said ordering ordering ordering ordering such such such such dosages dosages dosages dosages for for for for a a a a non non non non surgical surgical surgical surgical situation situation situation situation indicated indicated indicated indicated an an an an intent intent intent intent to to to to end end end end the the the the lives lives lives lives doctor doctor doctor doctor Hughes's Hughes's Hughes's Hughes's lawyer lawyer lawyer lawyer said said said said he he he he was was was was providing providing providing providing comfort comfort comfort comfort for for for for dying dying dying dying patients patients patients patients not not not not trying trying trying trying to to to to kill kill kill kill them them them them and and and and called called called called a a a a single single single single witness witness witness witness an an an an anesthesiologist anesthesiologist anesthesiologist anesthesiologist to to to to testify testify testify testify that that that that Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes those those those those patients patients patients patients died died died died from from from from their their their their medical medical medical medical conditions conditions conditions conditions and and and and not not not not his his his his actions actions actions actions I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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"hughes" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

03:39 min | Last month

"hughes" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"But to categorically, they say this is good or bad. I mean, to your point, well, we could argue that Coleman Hughes wouldn't be common Hughes today if it wasn't for that event. But it speaks to the power of choice, and that's what I think is so I always find fascinating. Is you and I can both experience the same event, say my mom or dad dies at 18 and it rocks my world and I turn to a life of drinking and drugs. And I never get out of it. We know people that have done that and still do that. You could have done that, but for whatever reason you chose to get introspective and say, wait a second, you know? This is all going to happen to everybody. What do I do with this now? And that's the question you ask yourself, what do I do now? Once you pulled yourself out of the mud, you figured out number one, you figured out how to pull yourself out of them, but then when you pulled yourself out, you clean the mud off and you're like, okay, what do I do now? And that fascinates me. What makes someone do that as opposed to staying in the mud? I mean, I ponder that all the time. Yeah. Interestingly, I want the opposite way when my mom died, I was in the months leading up to her death. I was drinking too much, and I was smoking weed and eating edibles a lot. At Juilliard. And then the moment she died, I was so worried that I would try to cope with it with drugs. That I stopped doing all drugs instantly, even drinking and drinking and weed were really the only drugs I was routinely doing. So I stopped doing both. I even stopped drinking coffee. Really? Caffeine has a big effect on me. I think it's genetic coffee is a caffeine that's a very big effect on me. And I was so afraid of using anything as a crutch to avoid the feelings. Feelings of grief that I just stopped everything to an extreme degree for many, many, many months. Wow. That's interesting. Again, what if I find interesting it is about as like, what make a young 18 year old kid basically young man? Get scared enough that instead of trying to numb the grief, you're like, oh, I don't, I know that I could become dependent on that. I could go in such a deep hole. Having that self awareness that you could go into a deep hole become dependent on it, it scared you enough to just stop cold turkey for a while. Well, I think what I found is all that stuff doesn't work. Yeah. And I want to do what works. So. Numbing yourself with substances, if it actually worked to increase my holistic happiness, then I'd probably do it. I'd probably do it now. It just actually doesn't work. Yeah. And I've been into it not working is actually available to you almost every day that you're doing it. With the highs and lows, the lows that come after the highs, it's so obvious that.

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Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:44 min | 2 months ago

Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett

"Talking to papuan. Do you understand what I'm telling you? Pat Boone. Pat, is it really you? It's definitely me. You're not just teasing me. It's really you. I confess, no makeup whatsoever. A purposely kind of fuzzy light so that I'm wearing, I'm wearing enough makeup for the two of us. Don't worry about it. I said to them, I want to look like George Hamilton. What can you do? And this is as close as they were willing to go. They didn't want to give me what you need four shades of tan more. That's all. Have you played golf with George Hamilton? I played in the same tournament with the who's who of showbiz, but not in the same force of no. What about so you've played golf with Bing Crosby? I don't know that it gets when you say you've played off with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. I think we're done. I don't think you can top that. Have you ever played? Have you ever played golf with Phyllis Diller? No, I don't think she plays, but you know, I topped it, as I say, Bing Crosby was my sponsor. He was my reason. Now, look, can I tell you a funny story about that? It involved buddy. I dare you. Go ahead. It involves Buddy Hackett. He and I were making a movie. Now you got to keep it clean. It is clean. All hands on deck with Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, and so on. And Buddy Hackett, who played an Indian in this film. It was a naval. It was in the navy. I mean, we were on the navy LST. And he was just lower course. And I was a lieutenant. And so anyway, you don't need to know the story. While we're making the film, he was taking up golf. He said, pat. He says, I want to get to be a Bel Air. Can I be a member of Bel Air? And I got to be honest, I was not, I was not expecting you to do a Buddy Hackett impression on this program. So I just checked that off my bucket list. So you're doing a film with Buddy Hackett, Barbara Eden, and during the film, Buddy Hackett is leaning on you to try to get into the Bel Air country club. Okay. Yes. Now, he was already a member of hillcrest, a Jewish club. But Bel Air, of course, is famous. That's where Howard Hughes landed his plane famously and on the golf course and things like that. And this pictures of being in bob and Fred Astaire and Gable when he had a hole in one. You know, it's where all the stars like to play. And I was a member now at 23, 24 years old. And we're in the car, and he says, I want to play a bit here. And I said, well, buddy. I don't have anything to do with except I can ask the manager. And he says, we'll do that. So I did. And the manager told me he said, you know, we don't have any Jewish members. I said, what is it? He says, it's not in our bylaws. Now, wait a minute. What year, this is like what 54, what year is this? 57. 57. Bel Air country club had no, I mean, I'm not surprised, but it's nonetheless, it's extraordinary. It was shocked to me. And they didn't say it's not in our bylaws. It's just we don't happen to have any. She said, but you can talk to the membership committee, the various members and see what they, if they'll vote, but

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Last-place Devils jump on Penguins early in 6-1 win

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Last-place Devils jump on Penguins early in 6-1 win

"Jesper Bratt Nico he sure and Jack Hughes each had three points as the devils ripped the penguins six one in Pittsburgh bright led the way with two goals and an assist in new Jersey's third win in twelve games he sure had a goal and two assists while you set up three tallies broad scored twice while the Jersey took a three nothing lead just six forty four into the game Nico daws stopped thirty seven shots a blank depends after of getting Malkin beat him in the second period the outcome leaves the pens four points behind Carolina for the metropolitan division lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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Cirelli has tiebreaking goal in 3rd, Lightning beat Devils

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Cirelli has tiebreaking goal in 3rd, Lightning beat Devils

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"hughes" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"hughes" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"This is season three we're in episode 16 ray of The Rain Drake hockey podcast. Episode 16 of season three. I mean, I don't know miracle. It really is. The fact that we got the season two was miraculous. Now that we're cruising through season three, I mean, we're not careful. There's going to be a season four. And then easy, don't jump the gun here. Don't jump again. We've got Jack Hughes and the New Jersey Devils, little fun story, his family is with Quinn and Jack and Luke and Ellen and Jimmy. We've crossed past so many different ways. I know your family has so is mine with the Hughes family. So looking forward to catching up with Jack you'll join us today on the podcast. So we're recording episode 16 rape on Wednesday. And we were all part of the Toronto Maple Leafs Vegas golden knights broadcast on TSN on Tuesday night. You and Gordon Miller were calling the game from studio in Vancouver. We're obviously in Toronto, the game is being played in Vegas. Just a classic example of how bizarre the world is the world of the National Hockey League. Now, you and I before that game talked a little bit about this. It's a challenge, isn't it? To get a feel for not what's going on in a game. I mean, you're watching you're seeing your analyzing, but just to generally get a feel for where we're at in the regular season schedule. It's hard to get a grasp of it. I don't even think it's a league right now. It's just like a bunch of games that are randomly scheduled around the place. And you look down any app that you have to get the scores for a particular day. And at the bottom are four postponements. And then 5 tomorrow and then three the day after. And it's like, there's no fault in it. You know, I mean, like, what are you going.

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Chiefs roll to record-setting 48-9 victory over Raiders

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Chiefs roll to record-setting 48-9 victory over Raiders

"The the Kansas Kansas City City Chiefs Chiefs scored scored just just seventeen seventeen seconds seconds into into the the game game and and went went on on to to rout rout the the Las Las Vegas Vegas raiders raiders forty forty eight eight to to nine nine chiefs chiefs cornerback cornerback Mike Mike Hughes Hughes picked picked up up a a fumble fumble on on the the raiders raiders first first play play from from scrimmage scrimmage and and returned returned it it twenty twenty three three yards yards for for a a touchdown touchdown was was always always good good to to get get a a fast fast or or like like that that all all you you know know I I think think I I was was sued sued for for four four hours hours he he said said today today jumped jumped on on quick quick and and I I think think that that fuel fuel you you know know everybody everybody and and no no I I got got the the same same also also I I feel feel good good it it was was one one of of four four fumbles fumbles the the raiders raiders lost lost to to the the game game and and quarterback quarterback Derek Derek Carr Carr threw threw an an interception interception the the chiefs chiefs have have now now won won six six in in a a row row Greg Greg Echlin Echlin Kansas Kansas city city

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Hugh Hewitt Hates to Lose to Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Hugh Hewitt Hates to Lose to Mike Gallagher

"Because when he hates to lose to me, let me give you a share with you a dirty little secret. He always does. He always does. He loses to me in every category. I mean, every category, every one of these I mean, audience size revenue, donor campaigns, he always. He's usually second. But he's second. He's never first. Once in a while, he gets a victory and then he gloats about it for months because it's so big. It's such a big deal to him to beat me. Let me share with you what he said. Again, I didn't start this, and I'm not always comfortable. I see Tracy shaking her head. We're a little nervous here about this because I don't want to hurt Hughes feelings. I do want to hurt his producers feelings 'cause he's a jerk. But Hugh Hughes a nice guy. Generalissimo. He's a lost cause. But Hugh, I like you. Don't always agree with him, but I like it. He doesn't like it when I pick on him. But then he always starts it. For example, here's what he said on his show this morning with the angel tree campaign. All of you can participate in angel trade. And dozens and dozens of you stepped up this week. Now Gallagher, God love him. Gallagher gets to operate when the phone center is open. And so he's just lapped me in the first week. First two days his lap me. I've raised tens of thousands and he's raised double that by asking his audit. Now, my audience is bigger and they like me more than Mike, but Mike has got that phone call center running, and I'm done, dark. People have to use the Internet with me. So please go to Hugo at dot com. Don't let Gallagher get too far ahead of me. I'll close in the end. I'll find some big donors to close in

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New York man arrested after death threat to GOP congressman

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

New York man arrested after death threat to GOP congressman

"A New York man has been arrested for making a death threat against his congressman Republican who voted for the one trillion dollar infrastructure package sixty four year old Kenneth Gasper was arrested Wednesday for a telephone death threats against congressman Andrew Garbarino Nassau County police commissioner Patrick Ryder besides using his displeasure with the congressman's voted on the recent infrastructure bill Hughes some profanity and then he made a threat and it went like this if I see that mother effort in the street I'm going to kill him that tape courtesy WABC TV Garbarino was one of thirteen Republicans who voted for the bill writer says the suspect had no prior record but we have zero tolerance for this type of behavior for any of our residents in a world that we're living today the climate that was out there these threats we take very serious I'm Ben Thomas

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Capitals' Sprong has goal, assist in 4-1 win over Devils

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Capitals' Sprong has goal, assist in 4-1 win over Devils

"The Washington Capitals continued their strong start to the season by defeating the New Jersey Devils four to one the devils had won their first two games the camp sort out three oh and one took control early on goals by Anthony map and Dimitri all up in the first ten minutes four to nothing lead Daniel Sprong sentences the goal midway through the second period up to to three nothing strong had assisted on the first goal we got all four lines one sixty mingling goalies McLean greater things are playing a team game and we're disappointed washers ending and we want to come over to get started now that season going again because that's off also contributed a goal and assist caps goalie Vitek Bennett check you'll to just let go beyond the coconut of the devils who played without injured star Jack Hughes I'm John Merriam

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Hughes scores 2, lifts Devils past Blackhawks in OT

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Hughes scores 2, lifts Devils past Blackhawks in OT

"Jack Hughes capped his two goal performance by scoring less than a minute into overtime completing the devils four three win over the Blackhawks I get to own one for most the ranks you know so I have a lot of options going through my mind during the skate and surf you know gravy drove that stuff you know I have the patience and kind of move the Golan hi ninety nine after that Dougie Hamilton scored on his first shot is the devil and Andreas Johnsson gave his team a three one lead early in the third period Hamilton scored just seventeen seconds into the game the fastest goal by a devil in his team debut the hawks gained a point when Dominic bahkan Kirby dach tallied in the final three fifty three of regulation Jonathan Bernier made twenty four saves for the devils on the ferry

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R. Kelly Behavior Mirrors Abuse Tactics, Expert Witness Says

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

R. Kelly Behavior Mirrors Abuse Tactics, Expert Witness Says

"Prosecutors in the R. Kelly sex trafficking trial are expected to rest their case today in New York after one more witness I marches are a letter with a preview psychologist John Hughes who is an expert on abuse of relationships will be back on the witness stand for cross examination Kelly's legal team is expected to begin laying out his defense later today Kelly has pleaded not guilty to racketeering charges that accused him of running an enterprise of employees who helped him recruit and transport young victims for unwanted sex Kelly has said his alleged victims were groupies who wanted to take advantage of his fame and money closing arguments could happen before the end of the week

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"hughes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"hughes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hughes. What a pro and he came up with the staff that I didn't see. And that is, uh, 14 starts of Zach Davies, less than five innings pitched. That means it will be a bullpen game for the Cubs today. If things go according to the plan, and it should be a good day for the Giants today with Kevin Gausman the other way, the other thing about Pat Hughes, check out baseball voices. Dot com Baseball voices that Com Pat has done wonderful CDs at the Hall of Fame broadcasters. He's got one of John Miller, Russ Hodges and Lon Simmons. Just everyone should have one. Really? They're just terrific. And his next one is coming out with Bob Costas. That is the next one. All right. We bring in Tim Stebbins. Tim is a writer, a reporter, and he covers the Chicago Cubs for NBC. Sports. Chicago Tim, It's a pleasure to have you on the show. How are you today? I'm doing Well, thanks for having me on today. No, we're glad to have you listen yesterday, a very emotional time at the old ball Park with Kris Bryant coming back. I know that you guys covered it quite a bit. Um, What was your take on it? And Brian's reaction to to the tribute that he got Yeah, I think the reaction says it all. I think it was. He was obviously tearing up and played a two or three minutes tribute video, and I think it was very fitting tribute to the guy who meant so much to this franchise. From the moment he was drafted and people placing labels on him that he could be part of this curse breaking Cubs team way back in 2013 before he even debuted and everything he obviously did during his time here, living up to that with four I'll start being rookie Of the year and M V P and Uh, five playoff appearances and obviously that championship so I was happy to see the fans give him that tribute in that standing ovation, and every time he's up to the plate, they were on their feet form. So I think he definitely depends did well, and they showed up. Well, for sure. Idea of all the crowd of the ones who left and you look at well. Maybe Rizzo could be in that category as well but by a czar Kimbrel, Um, Marie's nick and not to bring him up. But and Bryant Bryant, maybe the the sort of the top guy of that whole crowd, don't you think? Uh, yeah. I mean, I think Rizzo was someone who was here a little bit longer, So I think that all three of them meant a lot to the franchise. And Bryant was honestly a bit under appreciated at times, but I think a lot of Cubs fans know seeing him go. It really started to hit home. I guess you could say, And now that he's back, it's like man. Like as much as the last few years, he was someone that was always in trade rumors. I think there was definitely a shock factor that it actually happened and seeing him come Back in a different uniform. I think I think that was it was an emotional moment for fans, and there's obviously emotional for him being back and being on the other side. Yeah, the other thing I thought of when I watched the tribute Was he is not coming back. Uh, you don't give him the flag and his number 17, then resign him over the winter. I thought it was pretty much closure for the Cubs and Bryant. Did you feel that way? Yeah, certainly felt that way, didn't it? You make a good point that they gave the scoreboard panel from the old historic scoreboard with his former number 17 and 2016 5 from the top rigid field, I think Even if they hadn't traded him. I think he was training that way, in any case, where he was someone that was likely to hit the open market and go on san somewhere else, And that he got traded to the Giants is really interesting, because honestly, even if they didn't trade him there that always makes sense with potential fit once you hit free agency, and now he's got a two months trial run, if you would to see how he likes the area, and it seems like he's really happy there, so that could be aware maybe that's where he winds up for the next 567. Years. Well, he says he's going to make the decision that Scott Boris so we'll see how that plays out. But a very nice man and he's a good ballplayer. He runs like a deer. And they're set up that six run for the Giants going first to third. These are really good baserunner. Tim Stevens is with us, Uh, Tim, Of course, NBC Sports Chicago Ste b B I N s Tim underscore Stevens on Twitter as well, Tim, uh the new additions to the club and not not necessarily on the major league level. But on the minor league level from all these trades anyone standing out to you had. How does it How do you assess it right now? The funny thing is the one that stands out the most is a guy who isn't even playing right now. And it's Pete Crow Armstrong, who they got for heavier bayous and Trevor Williams from the Mets, and he was the Mets 20 21st round Pick a center fielder. And this was his first sample of pro ball this year in go away with the Mets affiliate. But he only played six games before he had to undergo a season ending shoulder surgery. So It is non throwing arm. But he's out for the year and he didn't he never put on a club singular uniform this year, But the everything you hear about this guys is very promising. I mean, obviously the pedigree of the draft position. He came in that but at 19 years old, A lot of people say he could be. He's a big league center fielder Ready center fielder as we speak, and only 19 with.

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Mike Calls on Hugh Hewitt to Match His Campaign Contribution to Larry Elder

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 9 months ago

Mike Calls on Hugh Hewitt to Match His Campaign Contribution to Larry Elder

"Dear god in heaven above may the voters of california deliver on epic catastrophic defeat to the media elites and the lunatics on the left with a with a victory. For larry elder i am almost. I gave larry five thousand dollars as a campaign contribution when i interviewed a few weeks ago. I was trying to shame hewitt into doing the same thing i mean. We shamed into endorsing him for awhile. Hewitt wouldn't even going to endorse his his friend and colleague our mutual friend and colleague larryelder. Because you know hughes debate moderator and he's worried about not looking like he's neutral he ain't neutralize a talk show host. Come on you endorse him. Well he did so good for you. Good on you for finally endorsing larryelder elder. Now we gotta get hugh to pony up five thousand dollars. He's very very cheap. Very very tight with the buck. But if i can free up five thousand dollars to larry elder's campaign huge should be able to as well so i publicly call on hughhewitt to match my gallagher campaign contribution at elect elder dot com.

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The Dangers of Lithium Batteries When Flying

Innovation Now

01:18 min | 10 months ago

The Dangers of Lithium Batteries When Flying

"When in doubt leave it out the faa is working to make traveling with lithium batteries safer. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future there in your smartphones tablets cameras and laptops the lithium batteries which power everyday devices can catch. Fire if overheated or damaged and on a plane in flight the fire could be catastrophic to better protect passengers and crew. The faa is conducting research at the william j hughes technical center that will help mitigate the dangers from batteries. Researchers look at how hot batteries might get and how much and what kind of gases are produced. They document precursor events that indicate that a battery fire might occur such as smell or a tablet screen that suddenly changes color to help passengers and flight crew. Preemptively identify concerns. Information from testing is used to develop safety plans and procedures to properly handle the air transport of batteries by understanding the potential hazards of lithium batteries. The faa is better able to keep the fully charged public safer when flying

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A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre

Ghost Town

02:49 min | 10 months ago

A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre

"It was one of the most infamous crimes ever committed in east texas. Five people kidnapped from kilgore. Kfc then shot to death now. Thirty five years later. One of the men convicted could soon be set free on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three kim. Tyler stopped by kilgore texas. Kfc or and eleven pm to see for mom. Mary was still working to her shock. She found the restaurants door open and blood covering the floor. Kim ran out screaming. This begins one of the most mysterious texas mass slayings and as you can imagine. There are a lot of texas mortars. Today we're gonna talk about the infamous kentucky fried chicken murders so like we said on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three mary. Tyler was thirty seven. Opie hughes thirty nine. And joey johnson twenty or on-duty at the kfc and kilgore david maxwell twenty one employees at the restaurant who was off duty and just kind of hanging out and monty landers only nineteen was a friend of theirs and they were both there to visit with joey. The restaurant was about to close. It was likely around eight or nine pm in this two hour between eight or nine. Pm and eleven pm. When kim tyler found the blood inside the restaurant something terrible happened the next day. Five bodies were found by an oilfield worker off county road to thirty two four. Were shot point blank in the head. Their bodies were all pointing north. The fifth was found a ways later one of the women who was assaulted and facing a different direction. Obviously the town was shocked. Close-knit everything you'd think of conservative. Leaning as the police started investigating they started putting some of the pieces together. But since the murders happened between county. Lines ruskin greg counties. It meant it was already a contentious investigation. You'd think about an investigation anyway especially at this time. Nineteen eighty-three probably didn't get all the evidence. Maybe not as thorough as they would have liked and so this complicated things even more soon. The texas rangers also be involved appointed by the department of public safety to keep the case. Organiz sensing the tension between the two different counties. Two cousins from tyler. Romeo pinkerton darnell hartsfield became suspects just weeks after the killings but joe records at the time falsely indicated. The men might have been in jail at the time throwing the cops off their sent though. Hundreds of tips poured in more than a decade. When by before rusk county grand jury began meeting to an indictment in april nineteen ninety-five. The grand jury charged. James earl mankins junior. The son of texas representative with five counts of capital murder. Mankins who had conflicted pass to say the least and his wife deborah who also became a suspect had tied to the scene. There was a fingernail found on the victim's clothing and mankins was missing the same looking fingernail and the to fit while he was charged with the murders he was later released after beginning of pretrial proceedings due to a lack of conclusive

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Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft

"The Sabres chose six foot six Michigan defenseman one power who scored three goals in sixteen points in twenty six games as a freshman last season the crack in selected Wolverine center Matthew been years with the second pick marking the fourth time teammates were chosen with the first two selections of the draft the ducks used the third choice to take center Mason make cabbage of the OHL's Peterborough Petes the devils grabbed his brother for the second time in three drafts selecting defenseman Luke Hughes Michigan became the first college program to have three first round picks in the same draft when the blue jackets came away with center K. Johnson I'm Dave Ferrie

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Say No to Plastic Plants With Ethnobotanist Kerry Hughes

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:27 min | 11 months ago

Say No to Plastic Plants With Ethnobotanist Kerry Hughes

"I'm here with ethnobotanist. Herbalist and author kerry hughes is driven by a ten nations fascination with the role. Plants can play in our health. Her purpose is ethno botanical discovery and strategically innovating and expanding the boundaries of natural products. You may find more about her writings and activities at ethno farm dot com so gary. Welcome to the show so excited that you're here again. You're here back on our show for episode one nine be and it's been a while but i'm super glad you're back 'cause i always remember talking to you. I feel like my brain just loves it. I always learn so much when i get to chat with you. Thank you for having me. And it's a delight to be back. Because i always like talking to fellow plant nerds whenever i can find an audience. Well you've got plenty of plant nerds tuning and we love all things plants and essential oils. So let's start out with. Just what is ethno botany. I can hardly say that word. So how on earth did you become one yet. It's always an odd thing. You're at a party or somebody somebody asked you like. What do you do. I always have to think. Do i want to give them the simple version or the because when i say ethnobotanist that always prompt more questions and really. It's pretty simple so an ethnobotanist in its most. General definition is somebody who studies the relationship between plants and humans and but that can take many different forms. And i am like formally trained of a degree in it but You know it's there are academic ethnobotanist that that do barge kind of academic projects were there cataloging plants and studying kind of like anthropology. You know how do people people you know in various corners of the globe us plants and when we use plants you think you know a lot of people think maybe a lot of people think about medicines. I for some reason. But you know really. We eat them every day of course with vegetables but there's also plants that we used for building. Our houses are made of plants. You know and our clothes are often made of plants cotton and so there's fiber there's food there's medicine am. There's you know a number of different uses out there for plants and you know most of my focus has been with the foods in the medicines.

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NuFACE's Tera Peterson Tells Us What's On Her Face

Gloss Angeles

02:45 min | 11 months ago

NuFACE's Tera Peterson Tells Us What's On Her Face

"So tara tell us what is currently on your face or what are you upset us obsessed with right now. So i'm obsessed with a by the ratio shares. They have this. It's more like a cream. Need milk cleanser. But it's oil free on if the lay the ipo to it's amazing it hydrogen your skin. You don't feel dry. After you cleanse your skin it even takes off all of your makeup which most creepy cleansers tend to like just basically like older where the the black is the mascara in like. Suddenly down your face this completely cleanses your skin hydrate your skin. Allah one step. So i'm obsessed with this. Of course i'm obsessed with maybe face. I mean truly. It's that instant facial that. Listen to use your face and two products that i'm also like really really loving is they've been around for a long time at least the first one which is the benefit i console it. Just so good for a blonde like me like it doesn't get to brown at doesn't get to it just like a perfect achy like perfect color and and i was getting my makeup done like probably a month ago in the makeup artists. Used the makeup forever the reboot. It is so good it leaves your skin glowing so those are my obsessions right now. You use goof proof brow from benefit. That's the brow pencil right. Yes yeah okay perfect. And then that reboot foundation. What's so funny that you brought that up. Because i just saw k. Jane hughes do a video It was aware test on that particular foundation and she wore it like all day long through all of her meetings shoots and it held up so so well so i need to say or have. You tried that one. No i haven't. But i was going to say i feel like all of your recommendations. Your picks are very on bandwidth g- los angeles. So yes well. In the cool thing about the reboot is that they have. I mean they have like a million in two shades. And so you really need to go into sephora and like get shade like testing because It really like it's a perfect match for like all tomes. So 'cause that's working out his intimidated about is like. I don't know what color i am. So it was moved because the makeup artist. She's like your this color. Just go by this. I was literally in the chair. I net on sephora dot com. And when she first introduced it to me. So yeah those are my

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How Did Jason Christopher Hughes' Childhood Shape Him Into a Cyber Stalker?

Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

02:09 min | 11 months ago

How Did Jason Christopher Hughes' Childhood Shape Him Into a Cyber Stalker?

"When we first encountered the horrifying stories about jason christopher hughes and the people he terrorized online. It felt like we'd uncovered a once in a lifetime type of predator. This was a man who collected victims by the dozen continuing to stock and harass old targets while constantly adding new ones with upwards of fifty on his list. You wrote graphic depictions of torture. He sent photos of charge children to his victims and he made veiled death threats. He contacted employers romantic partners and family members leading to loss jobs and shattered relationships. But as unsettling as it's been to learn about jason's actions there's been a haunting question hovering over our investigation. What if he isn't a once in a lifetime predator. What if there's another jason christopher hughes developing right now or a dozen more or hundreds more. The story of jason christopher hughes is impossible to hear without asking yourself. What kind of person would do something like this. How did he get so messed up. What has to happen for someone to turn into a jason christopher hughes so we wanted to go back to the beginning to the person who is there with jason from the start he was a sweet boy. He was a kind boy. He didn't get in trouble. he didn't fight. I love him desperately. That's cynthia hughes jason's mom. It was clear to us that. Cynthia loves her son genuinely but we soon found out that the feeling isn't mutual. He hates me beyond words. I'm telling you he hates me fearlessly. He says he horrible things about me. It's just very very sad. Because i had so much hope. How did this quote sweet kind. Boy unquote turned into one of the most dangerous cyber stalkers. We've ever encountered

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"hughes" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"hughes" Discussed on Backlisted

"He thinks that he's smarter than everybody else in the book and we can clearly see that he's not and it's this. I just think it's it's technically to to do that. So that i mean you ought to mind that you know that he's the murderer but the the skill of her writing is that your she's inviting you to understand how somebody can delude themselves into performing such terrible accident still and still going an order sandwiches which he does a hell of a lot. A lot of sandwiches in this novel. Your love the foods all the like you know like swiss an ham on rye. I love. I love the. It's an interesting about the about the sort of knowing more than he does. Because i felt like what dorothy hughes was doing was joined the portrait of someone in in in in ways that we saw things about himself that he showed us that he didn't realize he was showing is showing his hand without realizing and it was it was for me it were with a few things one of which was the. He's incredibly triggered completely fascinated by this and it comes up the whole way through by sounds like the electric razor and the coffee percolator and the grind of bus engine vacuum. He's like on edge all the time about these sounds and he doesn't realize he is not really an and we see that he is absolutely if pcc on the knife. Knife-edge has come back from the war and it's triggering quality and it's terrifying for him and i'm sure you know but but we see that i didn't think he does and the other thing is is booze and he drinks a lot of rye when he doesn't want it or doesn't need it but he drinks all the way through and he worried about going on a binge he's like just on the edge of self control but he's still drinking. It's sort of like you know that self-medication and that edginess so becky is he a classic example of unreliable narrator. While i mean is i started thinking that she ignore you said was inside silo elliot. When i reread it was the first thing is also that. Because he is he's crofting an ideology around his failings so you know he is women and he loves her and she rejected him and he destroyed and he's going nasty. Being actually destruction is what makes me happy. I don't need love. I don't need family identity wounds. I.

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"hughes" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"hughes" Discussed on Backlisted

"To ask you to tell me about. Because i've read about this impress releases in newspapers so i would like you to exclusively tell me the story of how you manage to sell a book that you found in a second hand bookshop to in a way. Orcs is an amazing story. Tell tell us how you did it. Well i found it in oxfam in boss and i did actually make snow no tonight. We've not vice me dot london and when we were making all case moving ourselves the like i found beg but i'm going to sell for very large amounts of money and i found zimba need access. Swear all the good bits in london that would have been gone in a second but now in boss is probably the weeks to the book. Tell us say the book is could day. Carolona sequence of unease by k dick. Who was an absolutely remarkable women. The youngest effort a female publishing direction. Uk on the fussed at twenty six and just in extraordinary positive complete. Kind of just right at the center of the twentieth century history. Seen she right i think. Seven novels in some breezy interesting. On fiction she edited to well. I'm just an absolutely extraordinary women hughes fool in completely completely out. Not only as a kind of literary wells. I just the whole world's i i was i was in oxfam actually the spine that was probably full millimeters across and it had the word they rested on it black on white in that had been written by an aunt and i was just like. What is that una pulled out in had. This extraordinary covers justice selective. Amman this huge. What they Ulsterman i'd never heard of. I was like well. It's fifty people. Take it hard and that we you know. It was the summer as the pandemic could read the life. I haven't read a book from months. Don't tell custos brown. I honestly hadn't apart from What reading. I haven't been ounce pick anything up and i sort of i take tech in the boss of me and i it. I read the first few pages and i was like. Oh this is. this isn't just good. This is remarkable amend within two hours. I dread it and it.

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"hughes" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"hughes" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"You would wanna just you would want to hunt that guy down like the 'cause he's another guy always he's always it your in your face drooping away. He's fast and he's strong and he's a good player. Well and and look. We'll wrap up game one with this. I thought josh anderson was really engaged for the montreal canadians. But it feels like if that's going to be real main ingredient of the tampa bay lightning defending their stanley cup championship. Dot third line the only way to combat that neutralize it. If josh anderson continues to play the way he played in one debt right. Yeah that feels like the only way all right. You're yom performance players. In the past week nekuda cookie to kucherov according to rape ferraro and going with his line made brayden point with a big game in the opening game of the stanley cup. Final all right. Our interview in this episode is with mackenzie hughes. It is brought to you by house. A canadian club whisky you are asking. Are you over beer. Why not try a refreshing cc. Ginger ale with lime. next time. you're having a drink. We'll watch you know rates not often the least three away from the hockey right. I mean we got it was staying early and we should. We stay in our lane on occasion. We'll talk about other sports because you know your way more opinionated i. You've got strong opinion on so many things but In this case one thing that we both have the passion for the sport a golf so proud bringing ganzi hughes who is rate canadian has added a terrific amount. A success on the tour this year including well a run at the us. Open max where you had every canadian golf on the edge of their skied. Through three rounds. Anyway and a good portion of the fourth and final round as well coming out of the travelers here in connecticut. Where you're joining us. Thank you for that. It's been a heck of a year. Mackenzie hughes does it feel that way to you. A happy with a large majority of my season. I think given the length of golf season. And what we go through on a yearly basis. I think it's national that you're gonna go through some some periods very not happy and go through many slumps and just like my leafs. You know there's points in the season where thought older the down and slide decorate back up. So yeah i kind of felt like my my season so plenty of highs but Even going to the us open identified cuts throw on planes. You badly wasn't getting results. And keep getting punks deep. and he. he's in there but it's been. It's been a pretty good season. So far lasted a lot of fun so i helped to get myself back there soon. Job done you talk about the ups and downs of the year. I i don't think most of us watch it on..

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"hughes" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"hughes" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Yeah it does. It does well on that note. I think we should move forward ourselves and go and get alex So we can have a nice chat with her. Yes see you in a minute listeners. Welcome back listeners. And the wonderful. Alex hughes has joined us so before i launch and ask all my myriad of questions and i'm sure joe scott some to annex to introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them who you are and what you do yes morning joe morning shelley. Thank you so much for having me on your virtually amazing. Podcast been looking forward to this. Yes so listeners. Name is alex us. I run a business called. It's now called auxiliary business consulting. It was called unclean admin and based in kingston-upon-thames running for about three years. And i look off overwhelmed and busy. Ceo's and business owners whether they need to outsource tasks to a safe pair of hands and we chat with antastic. Does that entail okay. So it a lot of things actually before we even got to the point of getting to business with someone but it's a lot of communication and a lot of chat and a lot of finding out exactly what people want because when people come to avert you assistant world they generally in a case of over well and sometimes they know what they won't and sometimes they don't tend to sit and have a long chat with him about the things that are troubling them things working well as well on things they want to change and things that they won't outsource so i spent an awful lot of time trying to discover what it is. They really sometimes. It's things that they hadn't thought of Yes i know that from training that often people in an organization that the training manager personal come to me and say we need to teach them how to do x. And then when you ask a few more questions you realize it's actually why they need so hopefully understand is it's not necessarily what they want is what they need that that that you have to give them so you are now When we first met mrs just background. Alex is one of my first students on. She bought my book and we miss a show in the snuck. The date snowed. Yes yes that was when i take him. I read a book about excel and caught fifty copies with me to the show at the time to excel and olympia wherever it was and i was so hoping to see lots of people and sell books and of course it snowed a nobody came..

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"hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"He continued by saying the best. Way i can say. Is that due to severe emotional stress. I behaved in an erotic and uncontrolled manner at times and it was during such a time that the killing of the berry girl took place. He rationalized his actions by saying that his biggest problem in one thousand nine hundred seventy four was my inability to make a choice between two women who i loved or at least i thought i did. I could not seem to resolve. My problem and stress became so great that i began to strangle one of them and attacks which were unprovoked Berry all said. I did not know the girl who was killed in. I am sure that she was completely innocent. Victim of whatever. I was at the time it was never my intention to hurt the girl at least consciously. I have been totally a person who can't stand to see anyone hurt. The prosecutor told the judge hughes is one of the most dangerous persons to ever be convicted of murder in alameda. County believed phil was responsible for more than the three killings that he was charged with the prosecutor told the state board of prison terms never to peru fill although he was eligible seven years after his sentencing the prosecutor said phillip hughes is a cold blooded vicious killer who won't always be a threat to human life and he should never be released from prison however the defense said he was controlled by pressures that confused his mind and reason they further said phil hughes was not a cold blooded killer the judge sentence ville to life not only for the crime but also for the anxiety suffering and sorrow he had caused throughout his life the trial for the murders of maureen field latisha fago were held in october nineteen eighty much of the same information was provided psychologists said that phil had mutilated dolls when he was eight years old stuck pins and bugs and then as a teenager acted out death scenes after several weeks of testimony closing arguments took place. The district attorney said the murders. Maureen latisha were textbook examples of first degree murder. He told the jury if you can live with the verdict of manslaughter in a case such as this with these facts the no man anywhere. Any place has been guilty of murder. He reminded them of the details of latisha murder. And also that phil actively hunted victims defense attorneys pointed to phil's mental problems stating phil hughes was in a state of dissociation when the murders took place..

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"hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Was only in the courtroom for twenty minutes. She testified that phil had always been a problem child and when he was four began throwing little birds and mice over the fence into a neighbor's pool. She said when he was eight. His father found him dressed in women's clothing. The began taking him to a psychiatrist in an attempt to help his psychological issues. Cathy carson phil's ex girlfriend testified as well. She told jurors phil had been confident. He could talk his way out of his criminal acts by showing he was not responsible for his actions. Phil also thought he would make a great psychiatrist like his ex wife. Cathy had been subjected to sex strangulation. Which often left her unconscious or bleeding from her ears. Cathy said she was terrified but she stayed with him because she loved him. Fill told her these. Actions were the result of lsd flashbacks. The state rested their case on a luminous photograph in the shape of lisa berries. Torso an oakland police. Criminalist went to the location and the montclair home. Or suzanne said. Lisa's body had been spring lumina on the surface. She created a distinct outline of lisa's torso. The jury found phil hughes guilty of first degree murder in the lisa berry trial afterwards as sanity hearing was held a one at creek. Calif psychiatrist testified to jurors that phil hughes had admitted to the killings. Phil told him that. They were a form of therapy to help himself. Untangle his macabre hangups the doctor also explained to jurors that bill hughes was necrophiliac who would kill his victims then rape them. This was the only way he could climax. Dr hugh winnipeg testified. That not only was phil hughes necrophiliac. His fetish was even worse because he had the compulsion to kill his victims himself. Then have sex with them. Phil till dr winning. I would get totally involved during the violent attacks on my wife or the murder victims. The cool part of me disappeared. I kept on doing it to see why the cool part went away. He could almost say that. Those killings were therapeutic despite these conversations the psychiatrists said phil was not legally insane because phil went to extremes to keep from being found out which suggests that he was aware of the criminality and illegality of the crimes the defensive specialist. Dr karen goodson disagreed. She believed phil was overwhelmed by delusional thinking at the time he murdered. Lisa she said in fills garbled crazy way of thinking. Phil probably set the acts. Where wrong but didn't believe it. The jury deliberated for one hour and fifteen minutes before deciding that phil hughes was saying. He was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after his sentencing phil gave a statement. He said he remembered enough of the murder. To know that quote i am responsible for her death however he told probation officials. He had no knowledge of why he killed. Lisa quote if i was aware of the why in nineteen seventy four. The killing would never have happened..

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"hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"hughes" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Sometimes burglar and senator at concord. Bank suzanne had quite an interesting story suzanne and phil began living together in nineteen seventy-two shortly after he broke up with cathy carson. They lived in a small room in a house. They shared the bathroom and kitchen. With the landlady on november sixteenth. Nineteen seventy to fill came home wearing bloody clothes and told suzanne. He had been involved in a murder and wanted to move. The body fill told her that he had been driving home when he saw a man chasing a naked woman who was holding her clothing to her chest. Phil said he had stopped to assist the woman when he saw the to run into a gully when he reached the woman. The man ran away. And phil try to offer assistance to the young woman who had been stabbed multiple times. He decided that the young woman was going to die anyway from her stab wounds so he strangled her to death to relieve her pain. Phil was worried about the body. Particularly lee with his past record so as suzanne for ideas on where to hide the body. Suzanne suggested morgan territory road and went with ville to the gully where they loaded the body. In the back of suzanne's fiat the pair dump. The body later identified as maureen field. They threw her clothes after her. But phil kept her purse. She then told sergeant smith what happened in one thousand nine hundred seventy four while she was dating fell and how sitting for a friend in oakland on january. Twenty six nine hundred seventy four. She and phil picked up a hitchhiker close to the warren freeway. At knifepoint phil took the girl to the house. Where suzanne was house sitting once they arrived at the home. Phil took the girl downstairs where he sexually assaulted her then stabbed her to death. Suzanne was upstairs with the family. Dogs pacing fill called up to her and she went to the basement while she found him. Naked and bloody the victim. Later identified as lisa berry was wrapped in sheets and sleeping bag and put in the trunk of suzanne's fiat sedan. She drove around with the body in her car for two or three days. Phil ask suzanne for suggestions for other potential victims who resembled his ex girlfriend..

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"hughes" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"hughes" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"Judy aaronson robert. Downey junior and robert ressler get smaller roles. John hughes is the director he also provides the screenplay now obviously if you know the eighty s and eighty s movies. You know john. Hughes this is definitely one of his more well known feature films from the eighty s in april of nineteen eighty-four on the strength of his yet to be released into theaters at that time. Debut feature director sixteen candles and john hughes script for the breakfast club that he was planning to do next the prolific john hughes i mean he wrote.

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"hughes" Discussed on Hallway Chats

Hallway Chats

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"hughes" Discussed on Hallway Chats

"Welcome to Hallway Chat I'm Liam Dempsey. . And I'm Tara Claes today we're joined by Weinstein Hughes when Stena is an assistant regional planner for the Maryland Department of transportation she created her first wordpress blog for a geographic information systems assignment and followed it soon after with one on community development and suburban planning. . She has presented at Work Camp New York City work camp. . US and Work Camp Austin. . A wordpress meet up co organizer Weinstein a lead were camp new. . York two, , thousand eighteen. . Welcome when Stena? ? We're so glad here. . Thanks for having me. . Tara. . Thanks for having me. Lamb. . . I'm excited to join you wearing. . So excited to defensive time with you. . Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself? ? Okay. . I can tell you. . I'm a bit more about myself i. . Grew up in northern Jersey in south orange. . Maplewood. . My family immigrated. . From Sierra Leone West Africa And somehow they brought me back to Maryland. . Settled initially I'm so I am living and working in, , Baltimore? ? Fantastic there's there's a lot there about that. . We could delve into but let me let me just talk a little bit about <hes> growing up there since he started with whole were you when you when you move from Sarah alone do you remember your your country of or you're young enough to not have any memory? ? I have. . I have memories of playing in our backyard. . Like the lush greenery of it. . The red. . The red dirt. . Just. . <hes> just kind of outside where we lived I remember just how bad it was. . And I remember listening on to my dad calling. . To see how I was <hes> just a memory of knowing that my parents weren't with me. . And just really happy to hear his voice. . And? ? When we moved here. . This is. . Really. . where I grew out. . Those are those those memories are of. . I'm like a child and when we moved here, , that's when things really start forming. . That's when I'm you know I started thinking about just you know school like a as a kid. . I. . Think. . We. . You know when you're as young as four or five things are just kind of like impressions I'm but then we hit an age where we start understanding what's around us Andy Start. . Having. . A sense of the places where we're going and the people that were spending time with and when we immigrated here on that was the time where things really started in. . No. . Forming for me as a child and and. . Being aware of the spaces I was in and you know. . I grew up here in every part of who I am is really. . The experience of being raised here in the states and Being raised in south. . Orange Maplewood. . have. . You been back to Sierra Leone. . I haven't been back. . I'm one of those children but. . That hasn't traveled back. . Since I? ? I can't name. . Do you have family there still though I do I do have aunts and uncles and I have cousins. . That are from back home. . And I have some cousins that have traveled here and they've gone back I'm. . But I've I've lived here since since we came in, , it's been continuous experience. . Yeah. . <hes>. . Thank you for sharing that your your story of coming to this country and growing up here. . Tell us a little bit. . Your experience Sir I think you talked about before we started recording about. . Going to school to Grad, , school and <hes>. . Can you tell us a little bit about your education background and your wordpress wordpress fits into that picture? ? Yes <hes>. . So you know you mentioned that I'm an assistant. . Planner and I went to <hes> college for city planning. . And I went to Grad school as well for for city planning sitting regional planning. . And you know it's it's really a way of looking at the world. . A WAY OF LOOKING And Identifying Spaces right areas that you can contribute to improve, , and that's what I really love about. . About what I studied and I really enjoy the work that I do currently. . I, , work for DOD and. . Works specifically. . With state highway and we see the tangible results of the projects that we work on. . You know like when we go to meetings I'm and you know the individuals that we speak with. . It's There's a real mess to it as opposed to. . If I were in an office. . <hes> kind of like. . We spend a fair amount of time in the office, , but it's not like a policy document I'm writing. . You know it's like I can go and see where I work is I can listen. . To understand what the needs are of of those who live in the communities. . that. . We that we go to and that's really what's always been exciting for me <hes> as a planner I did some community organizing work as well and? ? Not only that. . I worked at a nonprofit in DC as an intern, , and I had a chance to look at a Housing Trust Fund I had the chance to look at <hes> how they went about <hes> organizing around housing issues and an even organizing around immigration issues and and it's it's so exciting to work in a field that that hutchison all those different areas and it's died it's that fluid ness of of of the field working an infrastructure or working with community issues or working on. . Economic Development. . That led me to. . Writing about. . <hes> you know what I learned in school and then writing about it is really you know what really got me more involved within the word s community I that jess log but I'm that I wrote in college, , and then when I graduated I started writing a blog on development. . For Me Boyd and just in the process of all the positive experiences <hes> move me from just you know blogging on wordpress dot com to building my own sites. . And then there's there's so much evolved from that as well. . From writing to becoming a a meet up organizer in a work, , Camp Speaker, , and. . You know just just all those those opportunities came from. . From just you know blogging sharing my thoughts about. . An area that I'm so passionate about that I'm so fortunate to work in. .

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"hughes" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"hughes" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Simon Hughes, the former professional cricket journalist and author whose award-winning broadcasting career began in the guise of the analyst on Channel Four's groundbreaking coverage of test cricket in the early noughties. Since then, Simon has been a regular presence on television and across social media and has just written a book called a new innings on the business of the IP L. With Manoj by the owner of the Rajastan royals. So this is a conversation about were crooked and business meet and covers a lot of ground that regular listeners of unofficial partners will recognize such as the role of private equity in sport changes in audience behavior and the role of innovation in Sport I. Hope You enjoyed his and Hughes? About your your. Book.

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"hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Saint James and Pamela Hughes so I wanted to take this opportunity restoring faith in humanity to talk about something that restores my faith in humanity not once but twice a week sometimes three times a week Pamela yeah and the Batman theme is not by accident okay you have been there you brought Riley you brought Chris to an amazing children's charity called the cold in cal foundation down and we had an awesome I volunteer it's what it's not about me I don't hear there and last night was a super special night because last night was the five hundredth child to go through there that's that's amazing five hundred of them angel by the way was our kid last night and he was okay so I've been there but yeah I'm not going to assume our audience so what kind of kids what what is the cost of health foundation to the way the colt cal foundation works is that children's charities nominee children and many times are not told even what's happening or what's going to happen or what they're going to write and they show up and become a super hero for the night uhhuh the way the story plays out is it Mister what Bruce Wayne is unable to attend which means no Batman so when there is an issue with the joker well the kid has to step in and the cold health foundation has its own bat mobile back copter cycle get the backup slide down the polls yeah now you have the bookcase opens up you've got there William Shakespeare had it's all based on the nineteen sixty six version of of the Batman TV show so it's it's not that scary Batman it's kind of the powers out bane Batman you know Adam west version in SO ten years ago it all started ten years ago there was a little boy named Cole Colton cal and Mister Wayne you and I know who we're talking about we serviced with Mr **** took his Batmobile over and heard that Colton wasn't feeling well and gave the keys to his dad let me drive his son around in about mobile in Egypt that mobile no it's a real battle yeah like flames coming and this is a life Hey I took a a sports car and it's it's a legit pictures of its own are are physically because of the of last night I see the polls you see angel you see about will be a few about cycle arm and what started we if one kid getting to writing about mobile is now this amazing organization called the golden cal foundation where again last night and again they are I think I got the numbers okay because I think the numbers are important last night angel who is phenomenal young man and is how old would you say he is angel is probably seven or eight okay and try to paint and just you know angels gone through more than you and I ever will yeah an angel is fantastic it has an awesome attitude angel was the five hundredth kit to be able to be the super hero have a superior experience and those five hundred kids the way the charity works is the charity gives the money back to the children's charity said nominate the K. so it's a way for children's charities to to a a fun what they do and he handed over checks last night night kid gets to hand the checks back to the charities that that nominate him to go through the super your experience and those five hundred kids have given two two hundred and twenty four we had a twenty twenty fourth different children's charity last night when I did new one last thing and have given back just over one point three million dollars to the credible it is an amazing start it it's it's just started wanted organic very you know like a random act of kindness and so many times when we talk about faith in humanity and we end the show on a high note like that it is those kinds of stories it's those small acts of kindness that go so far in in a lot of times they grow into something that you could never have imagined you know it's one of those things where when you if you just hear about it the kids going to going to this Batman thing I like to say at the end of the show no matter what you thought you were coming to this probably isn't exactly what you were going to get because while the kids are getting to have fun and the slide down the pole in the catering about mobile and do all this cool stuff right it's an hour and a half two hours of nonstop stuff yeah yeah arm at the end they give back in really that's the lesson that Mr Wayne and the Wayne foundation want everyone of those kids the lead with which is giving is fun and giving back to others is what's really important not owning about mobile not having a back copter yeah that's cool but sharing and giving back to others so it's a it's a way to teach these kids as well as offer their families because I mean he's killed a respite yeah it because keep in mind I mean work work work weeks we see a lot of kids.

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"hughes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

16:03 min | 2 years ago

"hughes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"There's a new. the Hughes not to mention day saying they can smell urine and. three. sitting next to you. I tried to on you just. the. the phone in the. station in this. because the new the new the new. even going. because he knew that I knew that I knew that the. sure. you can. you. is. right now. I just need you to get real loose. so they're at. now take me into little years..

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"hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pamela Hughes so I fly a lot and so he is kind of a thing was there some people don't want to fly but I have it's called global entry so I have a ID card that I can use to get on an airplane brighter because my driver's license even though it was a legal Arizona driver's license it was like I don't know how many years how about this three addresses ago do you know what I'm saying yeah lot of people can relate to that because we could be kind of a quote unquote lifetime I think expired at twenty thirty two but I recently got a thing in the mail to you need to update your picture every once in awhile and I said okay what were you like twenty probably you know it's like me at eight is my high school graduation but I went and last week Pamela I got my new driver's license with the little gold star in the top corner which means I can use it to get on an airplane they see the soccer when we me what ya'll think I know where you live okay all right so this is the real ID yes you need to have that that Lauren is not right corner is the is the V. V. V. the thing my barber you're looking for well that's the name of Bob or a that Bruxelles has on his driver's license and I just I mean but I don't and now I will have to wait in line even longer because we're telling all of you people that there are only three hundred business days left until you need this travel ID there's real idea to get on an airplane or to get any kind of federal building yeah there is was was one of the states that our our ID's were not compliant with these can government or any states whose ideas were complying with a pretty much everybody in every state is going to have to do something different Arizona kind of resisted this also is part of our maverick kind of a vibe can I give you some advice okay I did not go to the D. M. V. D. D. M. V. what we call it here MVD motivate I did not go there to get my license done I went to one of these third party people yeah can I suggest that you do that I went to what penalty making appointment no no you just showed up I I'm pointing I drove down don't see on the radio the fifty one what is it Indian school trying my PCH I went in think there's one person in front of me I gave them my information you need to know what you need I had a time then I went over the double check point three three people they said okay a care stand here take a picture the mail your your your driver's license so I needed to get a new driver's license I I forget why I was in and out a few minutes maybe tops that's awesome yes last year I need to get a new one and I was sitting at the the little doo Hickey you know table with the person across from me and I saw you know realize coming needed by July the October first twenty twenty next year and I'm I said okay you know what I just get one of those right all pay the twenty five Bucks to get one of those right now in the woman goes well do you have your birth certificate how many a passport yeah I wanna I do you do you have your social security card with I had to hide do you have like a a bank statement or utility bill and I'm like well I'm just like you to re print off another right drivers like you know what you need to have the time I get out of it you don't you don't have those things then you can't get a real ID so it's kind of like if you're gonna go get a passport it's the same kind of information you're going to need so yes folks you're gonna need to go find it I brought a passport only a valid one yeah my expired I don't ask me how because I am not organized I found my original social security card No Way screen does it have like a little metal thing on it no god no no oh my god this is decidedly cardigan okay paper from back in the day way back in the nineteen hundreds Pamela and then I brought like by electric bill and water bill and that's all I needed to get the real ID so yeah you're gonna need to go some documentation right you can't just show up and handing your old one expect no no no no no no no so important safety tip and another important tip is to know that October first twenty twenty the standard driver's license the one that most of us currently have our wallets right now will no longer be accepted by TSA to pass through airport security or to get on a commercial flight which means even if you do have yours right it's gonna be a nightmare at sky harbor with C. can we make plans now October first of twenty twenty to do our show from terminal for sky harbor and just something in at the Boston right outside the TSA there couple little chair and I'll just sit there sure they'd love this I'm sure and watch we don't even have to like have any commentary we could just get all the microphone Mike yeah and what was what do you get on the plane there would be three hours from nine to noon that's it that's it what do you mean and then we can pull people aside when they get refused entry and all I never heard that I need to get a real ID nobody ever told me this is a valid driver's license in Arizona and what I mean you need to get a different tribes so here's the deal you're saying I don't want to have to bring my social security number my birth certificate that you know thanks statement Khiladi built in get a real ID no you don't have to you can opt out of the real ID compliant license choose a regular state license it'll be marked instead of having that little gold which I buy we deserve a lot of gold stars you deserve something my friend it will be marked with not FOR federal identification you also you will need a passport to travel within the United States then that's if you don't have the realize realized he could travel wherever you want no real ID you'll need a passport to go along with your regular driver's license to travel within yes the United States of America there you go you've got three hundred business days to get a real ID and you gotta believe again October first of next year those of you that wait till September next year number there are going to be like to run the car you're good you're going to think they were given away Taylor swift tickets at the at the MVD the lines it'll be gold do it now seriously I will show you the place first step yeah go find remember we did not define their so called secure not to get your documents in order to do that one you can find all that information on a.

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"hughes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"hughes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Hughes kill kill kill kill he was presumptive but he still has a right to speak some too but he still has a right how dare he say things I disagree with says Steve Cohen of Tennessee okay so then the fact that she is in that that what we're coming here says that which is that not every black person in America is a victim I think that's true the left would like up pretty much every black person pretty much everybody in America to feel like a victim but certainly black folks in America they would like them to feel like victims even though the philosophy of being a victim of America is one of the chief obstacles to achievement in America when I talk about individual choice and how you can rise from poverty I think that's it a fairly inspiring message a lot more inspiring in America owes you a track because your great great great great great grandfather was a slave or because you're grandfathered suffered in Jim crow Jim crow Alabama it seems to me a better message to suggest not that your neighbor in your dorm room at at Harvard owes you a check because of the color of his skin the color of your skin it seems like a better message to say make these decisions that are good he will rise I promise again let's start with let's try to break this down so the arguing number one is that certain people deserve reparations again I think if you were specifically harm and there's an argument that you deserve something the question is from home from home they deserve it from the people who discriminated against you presumably not from their grandkids who did not discriminate against you number two just because there's a vast wealth gap does not mean that that entire wealth gap for your personal situation is a result of discrimination on a broad level some of it is just on average but that doesn't mean that all that is what your specific situation is this is how statistics for the Coleman Hughes was ripped up and down for this race Danny who writes for HBO tweeted out that was fine to call Coleman Hughes a C. word is the word C. O. O. N. right like the racial slur this what race any route perfectly fine you can call him that until midnight Pacific standard time why because he disagrees with time he called as a by the way one third of black Americans and engine now believe the New York times always tolerance always kind he tweets out the Republican members of the subcommittee on the constitution civil rights and civil liberties have anyone serious speaking against reparations well they just invite penicillins to do her thing again Coleman he was actually is a serious human who has written a serious analysis of the wealth gap it's available and collect it talks about the fact that he he he got his a long long piece in which she talks about slavery and American prosperity he says let me factor offered as an explanation for wealth gap is.

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