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Highest Paid Stars Lose $200M, And Mackenzie Wins
"Guys welcome tonight we pop I am so excited because man crushed Thursday because Morgan off. So our friends Scott Tweedie is back. On the the Wrong is California dreaming. Okay. So we been listening for two hundred episodes and we've never done a man crush Thursday before one Thursday that you're on. Okay. That's awesome. All right. Well, let's up into the top story because the world's highest paid stars have actually lost a combined total of two hundred, million dollars this past year you guys. So then actually according to Forbes newspapers paid celebrity let's Kylie actually came in first place but she's Short, she's low short. Sheelah my new little coin because she's about a hundred million dollars less of being a billionaire. So how should she adjusted lifestyle so that she can kind of be up there with the big dogs when I'm trying to save one, hundred, billion dollars, it usually comes down to just eating in more. That's kind of the main thing for me that could be it. That could be it. Actually there's a few things I can do. I think it's all about the people that entourage so they could mix it up with their security. God's maybe go skinny guys or get some of this street performers yet they have to. Oh I kind of agree with you hunter because we know from our past conversations that Kylie's post mates bill is insane like she spends thousands and thousands on post mates. So maybe that push her up to be becoming the actual billionaire I think she should just work a little harder is all I'm saying. It would hurt to do two more brand deals make that hundred million I think she's taking the easy road right now I'm feeling bad for someone else's probably feeling bad for her Jeff Bezos ex Mackenzie Scott because she actually has just been named the richest woman in the world. She's worth sixty, eight, billion dollars B billion after their divorce. I don't even know how to like comprehend having this amount of money. Hunter, are you gonNA shoot your shot with her was that you win you win you're going after a rich woman you need to make it seem like you don't need the money you don't want it. So on the first date you say, Hey, let me get this the second date and you say, Hey, let me get this and then on the third day you say, can I have a new car and then that's when you're in. For a chance on this one bit of your appearance that needs to change I think if you lose the hair. Hurrell down. I think you're going to be. HOW COME THEY Got Something to show. Call Him we call him a man crush and then we go ahead and remove my hair from a photo. I don't love this episode. Personally she said look I'm into you. I'm into you having part of this fortune, but you have to go bald, would you do it listen? I know you guys think that I'm this like moralists person who won't like just live a normal life but I'm telling you right now I would do it for just a million I would do for one million. Then I'd be set forever. I'm good with that. I can't believe that she's actually worth this much money. You guys. Well, you know it's crazy is just to put this in perspective Kylie would have to sell her business that she sold for about five hundred million dollars. Every single year twice the air until she was eighty years old to have as much money as Mackenzie Basil says insane in Saturday.
Hand Sanitizer Doesnt Prevent Disease, and the FDA wants Purell to Stop Saying it Does
"From wondering I'm David Brown in this business wars daily on this Thursday February. Sixth did it ever occur to you that the hand sanitizer you've been using to stay healthy possibly isn't doing anything that could be the case the F. D. A. isn't too happy about manufacturers claiming otherwise late last month the agency agency told go Joe Industries the Akron Ohio company that makes Purell Hand Sanitizer to stop claiming that it's popular product can prevent the flu norovirus or a virus. The Mercer Bug and Bola none of which is true. The agency sent a letter to go joe warning it to remove the claims from its website and blog posts among the claims that rubbed the FDA the wrong way that Burell could reduce absenteeism by fifty one percent and that it could reduce mercer and another bug VR e by one hundred percent in German festival athletic environments according to The Washington Post it also skirted the issue of whether it could prevent a bola. There have been no oh studies on that by saying that organizations like the CDC recommends using alcohol during outbreaks of a bullet and by the way pure l.. Is Alcohol based see the logic the FDA said. Oh no you don't by making the unproven claims. The company violated the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act Act the agency said until it scolded. Go Joe the FDA had categorized Burell as an innocent over the counter product when issued the warning the agency also reclassified. Pirellis a so-called uncategorized drug. The company has since removed the claims from its website. So what's the deal. Don't we by hand sanitizer to protect district catching whatever horrible illness. Our colleagues bring to the office or that small children leave on shopping carts. Well seems like it. But in fact there's no scientific evidence that pure Hurrell. One of the country's most well known hand sanitizers does protect against the flu and it's a particularly virulent flu season according to CNN by January eighteenth more than eight thousand Americans died from the flu and one hundred. Forty thousand people had been hospitalized. According to the Centers for Disease Control Moreover there are no oh scientific studies yet of the efficacy of any hand sanitizer protecting against corona virus by last week more than eighty two hundred people worldwide. Eddie been diagnosed with corona virus and more than one hundred seventy at died. The World Health Organization declared the bug a global health. Emergency the irony of course is that sales of the hand sanitizers along with other protective products like surgical masks and rubber gloves are up. Because of the corona virus in fact an investment analysts last week predicted bath and body works will sell a lot more of its hand sanitizers as a result of the epidemic that according to CNBC. The analyst predicted higher profits for L. Brands L. Brands owns bath and body works but is better known as the owner of Victoria's secret furthermore we're relying more and more often on these gels lotions and hand rubs according to Marketwatch hand sanitizer sales hit two and a half billion dollars worldwide in two thousand seventeen and they're expected to double by twenty twenty four but that growing market could be a good case of marketing over substance. If burell doesn't protect against the Flu Mersa and so on is there any real point to using hand. SANITIZERS will public health authorities. Say the best way to prevent catching the flue is by washing your hands a lot by getting a flu vaccine bite light. Not touching your eyes nose
The Politics Behind The Golden Globe Awards
"Welcome to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas filling in for John Horn. But we're about to hear from John On. He's covered the movie industry for more than two decades as a print reporter and so we figured he's the best person to explain the significance or lack thereof of the Golden Globe awards. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association today announced the nominees for its annual awards which take place in early January but rather than detail the usual inexplicable explicable nominee choices and snubs. We thought we talk about the relationship between movie fans the Globes and the entertainment industry. I John tells us who makes up the association. What's important to me about the Golden Globes and about some other kind of minor film? Awards is that this is not a representative presentative body. They're about ninety journalists. And if you go on the website for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association you can no longer even find their names teams or where they work. It's a very small group of people and they have undue influence because the movie studios have figured out that if they wou- the voters for the Golden Globes and they're filmmakers win awards at the Golden Globes it kind of create some sort of momentum for the Academy Awards but none none of it is very legitimate and H. MPA has cleaned itself up. It's not a scandal ridden as it has been in years past but this isn't an elite group of film writers or film critics that are making these selections and if you look closely at the selections not just this year but but in past years the fact that they are really that serious ask kind of film. Lovers starts to reveal itself pretty quickly. How so? Well let's talk about a couple of past nominations twenty thirteen. There were three nominations for a movie. I bet you you've never heard of salmon. Fishing in the Yemen amend that was a Golden Globe Walker. If you go back nine years to twenty ten there was a movie with Johnny. Depp called the tourists that was largely largely derided that ended up getting multiple nominations at the Golden Globes. And I think if you look closely at some of the selections this year it's clear it's it's driven by the red carpet like who do they wanna have on the red carpet you look in the TV category. There are multiple nominations for the morning. Show a apple all series. That didn't get great reviews because Jennifer Aniston is coming reese witherspoon is coming as nominees and then you look at Ava d'auvergne as when they see us. One of the most critically acclaimed TV series of the past year didn't get any nominations so it's important for the NBC. Show to have that star Klaus so there's eyeball so so people watch. I think that's part of the bias historically for the Golden Globes that you can say it judging between good filmmaker and a less name they generally are going to vote for the last name and they also have some historical by sees you know that are shared by the Academy in the seventy seven year history of the Globes. Only five women have ever been nominated for best director and this year. There are lots of really good female filmmakers that were up Greta Gerwig for little women. Olivia Wilde for book. SMART Hurrell for honey. Boy Marielle Heller for Beautiful Day in the neighborhood. Not One of them got nominated so golden gloves has a pretty poor history when it comes to nominate women the Golden Globes has made some the effort to try to rehabilitate this reputation. What has it done? It's made sure that people who are members actually have legitimate emmett credits. As journalists there been some reports of. I guess you could call it. Bribery or expensive gifts in the past. I think they've tried I to eliminate all of that so again they have cleaned up their act. But there's only so much legitimacy you can bring to yourself when you're only ninety journalists writing for publications that if we had the names I guarantee you you've probably never heard of them and yet the industry I I guess mostly plays along and an actor or director or studio can use success at the Globes as part of their campaign going into Bosco Bosko season one hundred percent and I think that is one of the most interesting parts of the story. Everybody in Hollywood knows in their soul that at the Golden Globes are really not totally legitimate and yet the studios independent companies and marketing departments. Embrace raise them because they recognize. There's a game to be played and the game is. We're going to court the Golden Globe voters we're going to have screenings and QNA's for them and and if we get a nomination are actor or filmmaker is going to be on their awards show and people are going to start talking about the film and one thing gets the other but they do know that really. It's not totally legit but it serves their purposes academy award. Campaigning is a multi title million dollar business. There are people who work as campaign consultant who get hundreds of thousands of dollars for getting nominations or Oscar wins wins. There is a huge business behind all of this and in some ways it might drive ticket sales or people to stream movies so it's driven by finance finance is driven by trying to get eyeballs on the movies but it's all kind of a hustle so John I've never covered the entertainment industry that closely so so like a lot of people in the public eye really always just saw the Golden Globe awards as the first among that more high profile award shows to spotlight the top films of the year. Going into Oscar seasons am I am I off on that. Were not technically off. I mean because the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Asian nominates into different categories for most of the major film awards they cast a wider net. So just mathematically. They're bound to include lewd a lot of movies. That end up getting nominated. I wouldn't say they're that much of a bellwether but because they're embracing so many movies. They have a a mathematical chance of getting most of those things right. John Horn out in New York. John Thanks for joining us to talk about the Golden Globes. We'll see when you get back. Thanks for sitting. In
Why nobody wants to call it stalking
"See you may have missed the details of this story unless you spend a lot of time online the young woman an instagram influence her named Bianca Devon's was murdered in Utica New York this this week. Please tell me that they believe that the suspect left this graffiti message on the ground saying may you never forget me photos. We're taking her and we're posted on social media or chat platforms. They were posted on there which sled people to become concern into contact. The Police Bianco was allegedly killed by Brandon Clark a man she had met online and that's also where her murder was posted in gruesome fashion and when the incident was first reported because of some of those details it was reported that she was stocked and stocking is an interesting and potentially accurate term for what allegedly happened but not according to police one of the other rumors were hearing is that there was a stocking incident a police spokesperson said she met with him willingly and that raises an interesting question if the victim met with her killer willingly does that mean it can't be stocking. How do we define that kind of crime? The story of Bianca's murder landed the same day as a threat on twitter which asked victims to share their experiences with their stockers. You'll probably not be shocked to hear that. Many of them had in fact met with their stockers willingly at some point most of them were sharing stories like that very vaguely and for the first time so what qualifies an incident the kind of incident that we clearly know can and does and in murder as stocking what options do victims have in. How are these crimes treated when they are reported if they are reported and what are the signs that all of us please most of all should be recognizing to help stalking victims before we all learn their story for the first time a really really ugly way? I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Julie loaned is an activist and educator around sexual violence and criminal harassment. She is also the creator of a project called outside of the shadows a project on criminal harassment in Canada so the first thing I want to ask you <hes> because of the incredibly disturbing story that made the rounds this week is when you see a a story like the one out of New York that I just described. What's the first thing that goes through your head a someone who lives this everyday well for me? The reason why this story was so upsetting setting was because it combined to other things that I have deep personal and professional connection to which is stalking criminal harassment and in cells and men's rights activists and kind of misogynous activists online and so to see both of those pieces come together. <hes> is really horrifying. What do you think happens in the media in sort of the hours and days after a story like this breaks because there's a ton of discussion around ended and immediately come sort of editorials and the discussion of cells and etc.? I'm really tired of people having hot takes about in cells or hot takes about even on long island stocking as though this is a new phenomenon and then it very quickly becomes sensationalized very quickly has yeah all of these sort of think pieces about it. We're talking about something as old as time. The assumption that women can't be trusted the assumption that women are telling you that they want something in but in fact they just want to be friends that women are using you that women are shifty. I mean these are like imbued. In most religious texts for example right like this is an old story and when it comes to stocking this is also something that women have experiencing for a very. Very Long Time and there's this real trend lately to act as though there's been some sort of uptaken it when in fact we know that technology apps different kinds of of things that are coming out are just new tools for an old form of violence and and most people who are being stalked even when most of it is online. They're still a kind of hurrell component to it. They're still someone following them physically showing up at their house showing up at their place of work and so I get really frustrated when people act look like Oh my God like people the Internet is like no. It's just another tool that we've given soccer's to us but the stuff has been going on forever. So why don't you lay out what is covered by stocking because this is one of the things things that that was the case in point in this recent story is that the the woman who was murdered had had a relationship with the alleged killer and maybe that means it wasn't stocking after all because the initial story said it was first of all. It's really really important for folks to know that the vast majority of victims of stalking are women. The vast majority of stockers are men even when the victim itself is a man men are more likely to be stopped by a man than by a woman and women are far more likely to be stopped by someone that they know and so so the idea that it can't be stocking if someone that you consented to meet with date sleep with Mary is absolutely false. Criminal harassment in Canada is an umbrella term that covers a whole array of behavior but the root of it is repeated an unwanted monitoring of some way shape or form of both the person the person's whereabouts so monitoring their home their place of work or monitoring folks around them so trying badgering their friends and family family to find out where that person is and the goal is really to that surveillance that monitoring that idea that you can't take a breath take a step without me knowing where you are and without you knowing that I'm watching you. How does that start in a typical typical case without asking you to point to one oftentimes especially when the two people know each other it starts with some semblance of conflict in that could be someone breaks up with you? Someone rejects you you know maybe they fired you from their place of work so there's really some semblance of a of a break in some way shape or form where the person says even politely. This isn't working out. You know I think we should go separate ways and then that person just doesn't let it go oftentimes it can also be in the in the context of I. I have a crush on this person. I really like this person and they're being nice to me and I'm taking it is an indication that they're interested in me and so I'm going to escalate the behavior oftentimes like intimate partner violence for example starts in a seemingly kind of small way where the person might think am. I reading too much into this. Maybe they just happened to be there. Maybe they're just really invested in my social media content and that's why they like all my posts in there the first person to comment on my photos and then oftentimes it's slowly escalates from there which is what contributes to the victim feeling. Maybe I'm just being dramatic and like this person's just being nice or maybe they're just awkward and I'm reading too much into it and oftentimes by the time they realize the full breadth of what's going on. It's actually been going on significantly AH longer than they thought well one of the other reasons we wanted to talk to you is because there was a huge threat on twitter this week that I think <hes> probably was not surprising at all to a lot of people and then extremely surprising to some can you tell me about it and maybe sort of read me the first post and a couple couple of examples so a twitter user named Michelle Guido asked women dear women. If you are comfortable please share your stalker stories below on this thread the idea that this is rare needs to stop re tweet to help spread awareness enough jeff enough and similar to the METOO Hashtag similar to been raped never reported hashtag women flooded the thread with their stories and what was so interesting to me but devastating was how. How tweet after tweet after tweet was a classic case of stocking both from an emotional standpoint but also from a criminal standpoint like these are things that meet the legal threshold in this country anyway and women had imbued self-doubt out into the tweet itself so this idea of I don't know if this is really considered stalking but I had this guy in high school or I don't know if this really counts and that is so heartbreaking to me but so unbelievably common that women have these experiences that until someone puts a label on it? You hadn't really thought of it in that light you just thought this kind of crap and thing that happened to you in high school or maybe this weird experience you had at this particular job and so oftentimes it's only in hearing other people's stories that they start to kind of put the pieces pieces together and realize why have every right to have released wrong feelings about the experience because it really was a criminal act. The you mentioned been raped never reported how often is stalking reported like the incidents described in in that thread stalking like all forms of gender-based violence in this country is incredibly under reported. It's oftentimes reported in the context of other crimes so this person vandalize my home which means they were watching my home home which means a criminal harassment charges added on even when you're looking at policing criminal harassment charges rarely stand on their own. They're oftentimes attached to an intimate partner violence charge show you know battery and stocking fucking vandalizing something stocking impersonation hockey into their computer like all of those kinds of things so it's oftentimes that's how women will sort of tell that story and again in Canada because it's referred to as criminal harassment and not stalking oftentimes women. I don't even know what criminal harassment is. I don't even know what the threshold is so they just sort of tell the story and if you're lucky you have a detective or a nine one one dispatcher who can read between the lines and figure out okay. This is actually what the root of what's happening here but it's really often seen as sort of adjacent to a more serious crime and that's something that I am personally trying to advocate to change is that criminal harassment in and of itself is a form of terrorists wrestler terrorizing another human being. It's psychologically damaging and I don't need to and I shouldn't have to physically assault you for that criminal harassment to be taken seriously. What is the threshold for people who don't know where might have a story that they questioned whether or not it reaches up while I wish I could tell you what the threshold is but it's very vague in the criminal code and so oftentimes it really is up to the nine one one dispatch or the detective? That's working on your case to see the tear in your is a case in in Montreal right now with Sue Montgomery who's the mayor of one of the outlying verbs in Montreal who by her definition has been stocked by man for over twenty years he started stalking her when she was a journalist and then when she became elected he had other opportunities to Harasser just this month the judge concluded that what he was doing absolutely was stocking absolutely was criminal harassment but because sued did not that show fear when she confronted him and there's video evidence of her confronting him at one of her events because she did not look afraid it did not meet the threshold of criminal harassment what yeah that's insane. It's absolutely insane and it enrages. You just need to my core. Because what are women supposed to do if I show that I'm upset visibly then I'm dismissed as an unreliable witness. I'm dismisses hysterical. I'm dismisses like Oh my God like get over yourself and then additionally in this culture that we're in right now so much of the response around me to women just kind of stand up for themselves. These men don't know what they're doing. They're not reading your signals. There's miscommunication unless you put your foot down. How is he gonNA know okay cool? Put My foot down and now you're saying well. I didn't look. Look scared and being scared is the threshold that is not okay like what are women supposed to do like who is the right person to be taken seriously when it comes to criminal harassment and so I what happened to sue is horrifying <unk> horrifying but it's incredibly common and so- criminal harassment is on one case you know repeated on wanted all of those kinds of things contact contact with your family surveillance but you also need to meet this criteria of showing fear and reasonably had a reason to be afraid of this person will who decides that and if it's a judge what are they using to decide that oftentimes some pretty archaic stereotypes of what steer looks like particularly early in women and so you have women were going through the process where putting themselves out there and are being shut down by the legal system because you just didn't look afraid enough like we should be outraged that you mentioned a few minutes ago that it <hes> It depends on whether or not you get a good detective who understands it. How much education is they're? They're left to be done in how how variable I guess is the police response when this is reported the police response to gender-based violence writ large is horrifying. It's terrible I mean I it's just like it makes me inarticulate like it just makes me so angry about the response in general but when it comes to criminal harassment in my case like personally I've contacted police on three separate occasions for Chris Three separate people who were harassing me in a way that met the criminal code in all three cases the police absolutely believed it was happening but they didn't really do anything about it and so you know okay on the surface great you can see you know here. Are the messages here.
"hurrell" Discussed on Only A Game
"They raised their families in launched successful careers, Dana Hurrell, moved to the Boston area where he coached a pop Warner football team Elif. Muhammad's youngest son was one of his players. We weren't talking about the Syracuse as stuff of thirty six years ago. Our kids, then even know anything about it. Nothing. But back in Syracuse people had started talking about the events of nineteen seventy alumni and some of the Syracuse aids. White teammates lobbied, the university to make a formal apology. And then in two thousand six the Syracuse eight were invited back to receive the chancellor's medal the university's highest honor and their Letterman's jackets, a few sizes, larger than they would have been in nineteen seventy rip Louisville after halftime had has come down. They had us in the tunnel and they wanted us when they called our names was to run out of the tunnel. Like, like we. Did in our playing days it, we looked at them like they were crazy. We don't have two good knees between us. But the satisfaction was immeasurable then we're nothing. But smiles and old men welling up in tears. I almost won't have the words to to describe it. It was a, a cleansing, lifting of this baggage had been carrying around for years to have someone finally acknowledged that we didn't do this, despite university hers university. We're trying to make the university in this world, just a better place. It took thirty six years for the Syracuse eight to meet again on that football field, instead of Ben's kitchen. Thirty six years. For Syracuse to apologize and recognize the players were on the right side of history. Thirty six years..
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Veronica Hurrell WSB WSB news time coming up on eleven. Thirty two is your kids are in school today. Georgia teachers getting a smaller pay raise as the state house approves it's twenty twenty budget, the house reduced three thousand dollar pay. Raise proposed for teachers by governor Brian camp by two hundred and twenty five dollars another ninety eight hundred certified employees by counselors and librarians would receive it as well house budget. Here Representative Terry England, it represents in this one stay up an eight point one percent increase to the base teacher starting salary, which is the largest. I pay raise for teachers in our state's history. Bill now goes to the Senate from the state capital repair. H W best state lawmakers consider more antiabortion bills that include a trigger law backed by governor camp that would ban almost all abortions if Roe versus Wade is ever overturned. The law would carry a prison sentence and heavy five for anybody performing an abortion. It would be exceptions, including rape and incest, five states have adopted similar measures. But governor camp has promised to pass these strictest limits in the country, Osama bin Laden's, son, winds up on the US government's wanted list. Tom bin Laden has released audio and video messages, just like his father did calling for attacks against the US and its allies ABC's. Jackie Quinn reporting that the US is offering a million dollars help track down helmsmen bin Laden. Intelligence officials saying they have not yet pinpointed his location. Well, the collapse of the US North Korea summit has left dueling versions of what went wrong in its wake President Trump saying that he walked away. Because North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon demanded the US lift all sanctions the North Koreans quickly denying that. During a rare nighttime news conference to senior members of the North's delegation insisted that Kim had asked only four partial sanction relief in exchange for shutting down the north main nuclear complex as we take a look at the WSB marketwatch. The Dow right now is up forty eight points at twenty five thousand nine hundred sixty four NASDAQ also up this hour WBZ news time eleven thirty.
"hurrell" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Hurrell dodger was transported to Saint Mary's medical center where he was treated and released the suspect in custody suspect bond served in the US army for just over a month in the nineteen seventies. His double amputation is not believed to be a result of military related service. S, according to the FBI Boynton beach police officer hospitalized after driver of an SUV hit him last night while he was chasing, shoplifting, suspects Boynton beach. Police spokesperson Stephanie Slater says pray for the officer is still being evaluated right now. If you're so inclined we would ask that the community. Please pray for the officer officers are actively looking for a second suspect. Police say the suspects were stealing twelve hundred dollars worth of baby items from Kohl's motion spilling over to Palm Beach county courtroom on day two of the Newman. Roger manslaughter trial is graphic video of Corey Jones body was shown to the jury even was tough for should look at he dropped his head Palm Beach county sheriff's office CSI investigator, Keith Thomas told jurors. That Jones's gun was found with the safety in the safe position Raja is using the stand your ground defense. And there is a woman celebrating our one hundred birthday by jumping out of a perfectly. Good plane. Jane Hanes of fountain hills turned one hundred this week. Ed also jumped out on an airplane at thirteen thousand feet. Hanes is no stranger to trying to live life to the fullest. She's gone hiking in the Grand Canyon. Climb ruins and Guatemala and gone. Whitewater rafting in Alaska, all after age seventy Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. There's hope for Jenin I and the Honda Classic is on. Chris Brooks capterra's already teed off he teed off at seven forty five. No tiger though, if WPRO news.
"hurrell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Really graphic photos of skeletal bodies post encourage extreme fasting. Unseen images like this can be harmful for people who are suffering from eating disorders. I spoke with Roseanne who had anorexia when she was seventeen. She described some of the photos, she saw on the platform when she was suffering from the disease. There's quite a lot of people who've self harmed and just kind of full lens images of really emaciated bodies. It can be quite distressing to see those images, but it can also trigger the eating disorder, and it can be attributed to want to somehow achieves that really I felt like I wasn't good enough. And I I wasn't thin enough. So whenever anyone mentioned to me that they saw a night have an eating disorder. When you mentioned, you know, that they're worried about me it kind of contributed to me thinking well. I'm not sin enough yet. And so I don't need to ask for help yet. And it was kind of delaying me asking help. Really? I also spoke with L A who suffered from anorexia and then a binge eating disorder in her teens. She explained how searching for pro eating disorder content. But she find tips from others. The exacerbated Hurrell nece came across a lot of tips around dieting, especially when I was quite far into the eating disorder following accounts with other people who had eating disorders you. Discover different ways of losing way of cheating the scales of eating last. You know, you come up with tips and tricks like that which necessarily thought of before..
"hurrell" Discussed on The Chartographers
"You're gonna be areas. It's like it's like a chilling story about him to fill in like deficits like he's gonna die. Some like death is around the corner. Like, I fill it like, I know it's being Siegel with basic like so beings. Don't this one? Fussell play for Taryn job. AMC wear. The boy. So good. I never heard it before. And he when he threw it was like, what is this? I took a couple semesters of Hindi in college very much. I love that sound that whole like Hindi music. It's amazing. And so when when a rapper can like keep up with that. Yeah. It was so don't it was so unexpectable so dope. People that's actually pretty fucking nightmare baseline to deepen their fronted by Hurrell featuring Jay z because you from. I can't even it's weird because I have a weird love for that song because of like a being in high school and just like going into my sophomore year and getting ready in this when I'm like, very incentive. How looked because I'm on the ladies and stuff like that in front comes on. Just like have a weird connection with our remember may unsee, go. Buy me, a yellow polo Jay Z head on video and stuff on my you know, I'm going to go to school. And then I always to the song kind of getting my vibe that was my back then. I really like I'll have a personal affection for that song. I dunno. If you wanna talk about the guest for on a bra. But that was the thing that happened. I mean, I just love umbrella so much, but that's it was an interesting way to start the song. Jay Z had no reason to be where he was anywhere near that song just put out, and that's I didn't need Jamesy. And it was a hit. Thank god. But those tough at talk by round little remember this. It's fine. You I yeah. Also hot toddy by usher, featuring jersey. I know it. I know it. Yeah. Oh young featuring Jay z and Andre three thousand eight to. Yes. Jisi likes Jisi him Jamesy. Well, granted. Okay. Jay, young Jisi, make great music together. And Jay z has a certain connection with young Jisi. Because when he was president of def Jan he kinda Jisi kinda he kind of brought under his wing, and that was outside of Rana that was one of the projects for him. That was successful. It was like like it hit like he got big. He got probably began in the game. So they make great music together and cheesy being from you know, Landa and some of the songs who was able to make them more east coast sound and then just worked in plus has the same upbringing as far as St. background of like Dylan, drug and stuff like that. And plus you use part of being meth, which is one of the biggest historical crime scene crime scenes in history and. Gee comes from. So Jay z has a certain of fiction for him. Because that's what is hip hop. Like, the people that come from that background in Jesus just kind of rain win and in two thousand sixteen he was on three foot and guess song. She was on drug dealers. Anonymous who that's during as I love. That's okay. That's I love this on. He was a pup style Drake featuring Jay z and Kanye west Shannon, Zee said he said two words literally like. No, I'm not saying he repeated that. No. I mean, literally he said if ankle guided almond kid in if I don't you that was it that was a whole does it. And then we'll just it was the work. I don't even know why Jay even really I don't know who release that's on should never came out. Clearly, Jay z did not want to be there. That was I'm not doing this on verse on there, and they they just left it in terrible. I got the keys, but. Don't mention that come on. I'm not running back at the he's at all. So the other thing just curious if you ever she live, nor I have not seen them. Not personally been there myself. I've seen video like that. And I don't I think he's well before like he was kinda known as kind of kind of trash live performance. He didn't doing just kinda stood there and branches rats. Yeah, that's it..
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Marietta high school this morning that's fine. For the course forty-one grounding in his well Parkway. Between Kennesaw in Marietta seventy-five is stacked up Wade green. Road down to windy hill that's gonna take you. About forty minutes to make that trek and your seventy five delays now pretty prominent out of Holly springs down to I ninety two Woodstock than dose theory road to Parkway northeast. Brecca Hurrell ninety five southbound not too, bad eighty. Five southbound packing in around Hamilton mill road stained slow down to around the mall, of Georgia budget about forty two minutes three sixteen to two thousand five and brake lights again starting around north druid to Georgia four hundred how is four hundred Ashley Frasca toughest part of, the ride through north Fulton County four hundred southbound, windward Parkway, getting past Northridge and traffic Uber atoms of that crash still clearing, for site county McFarland. Ronald Reagan boulevard traffic brought to you by campers RV her into, campers RV of Tucker and acworth? For the August adventure. Blowout sale find huge savings on the Katya twenty nine s t with side. Visit campers dot com Does not include tax tag and fees triple team. Traffic WSB have you seen the pictures channel two and the. Agencies John speaker sending back at that muscle car on its side after crashing into a. Moreland avenue business next on Atlanta's morning news the. Drag race to lead up to that spectacular crash this. Morning WSB news time is seven thirty seven that. Three percent raise may not cut it hey this is Chris burns here's your more than money update the unemployment rate in America is sitting at historic lows but the dark side. Of all this is wage growth which, has been. Pitiful it only gets worse when you factor in inflation if the cost of things, we have to purchase like groceries or gas goes up faster than our paycheck we find ourselves losing money even if we're earning more on paper well the department of labor released a report, Friday showing exactly that scenario that hourly wages after, inflation have, actually dropped over the last twelve months but here's the good news, low unemployment means come These are having a harder time filling new positions which gives. You leverage to negotiate be sure to fight for a higher base. Salary, or hourly wage because inflation will always be right behind you that's your more than money update this is Chris burns let's build your financial. Future good to my wife. Is more dot com Jesus.
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Expect backups i'm bronco hurrell wsb wsb meteorologist kirk knowledge factor akron dependable forecast this afternoon a mix of clouds and sunshine hot and muggy thunderstorm in a few spots into the early evening a high around ninety two heated next topping out close to one hundred low tonight seventy two tomorrow about the same with a high of ninety one and on wednesday a mix of sun and clouds a fifty percent chance with thunderstorm afternoon high ninety low seventy four on peachtree street we have cloudy actually we have sunny skies eighty four degrees at ten thirty seven with news on the hour the half and when it breaks i'm sabrina cupet news ninety five five and am seven fifty wsb depend on that i'm looking at the monitor this is a new show on cnn i see the two thousands well they've done the seventies eighties and nineties so it was inevitable yes we get to the two thousand i i know i never watched any of those shows the for the media tell me what decade was i was there i need you to tell me but they need to tell you what was important in the two thousands i wonder if they'll cover the iphone and the rise of obama you think that'll come up anytime in the two thousand after they talk about how horrible the bush i don't think george w is going to do very well well they like him now no more now i don't think it's going to be well in the two thousand level hashtag resist that's right i mean obama's going to be seen as as to say this is a weird kind of nostalgia we're only eight years outside of the two thousands you think like in nineteen thousand nine hundred thirty five people really the twenties what we were doing in the twenties like instant nostalgia polaroid nostalgia thirties girl probably enjoyed it thirties girl was definitely real tomato so back then we have thirty girl our resident historian she can tell us this problem sunny but you guys didn't care about what happened ten years earlier i know the past it was all wet thirties girls she's got good perspective shelley what silly why would you why would you why would you let the media like cnn tell you what a decade was third.
"hurrell" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"John baker and frank ponch hurrell or basically giving the dodgers police escorts in the united states while the eight team is giving police escorts in monterrey mexico dodgers these guys had their they had their rifles their automated drawn and they were not just holding them they were ready to use them if they needed to i don't know how long it's gonna take and he controls the information and he does not like giving out timetables because he feels that puts them in a corner to ask what answer questions if it's not right on spot does he still show up and put it in a uniform on every ninth yeah actually they put out the the information i got from the dodgers was he got examined by the great dr neal l a trash yesterday got the results of the mri and now the plan of attack started today on the day off at dodger stadium for him that is cool well welcome back always nice eighty you my brother i know you're counting against it i'm sorry you lost the bet david vast say everybody with cadavers the say hey kid right thanks then you're gonna hear all their games on five seventy am went to next game tomorrow night right seven o'clock dodger stadium yes that say we're live on kfi am six hundred crowd thousands of custodian security guards gardeners and other service workers at uc campuses have started a threeday strike to demand higher wages homeland security says hits the voting more resources to make states secure against hacking by november's general election and retired lieutenant colonel oliver north has been named president of the national rifle association north is best known for his part in the iran contra scandal in the nineteen eighties we'll check on your forecast and the ten coming up hey bender and i sounded for years like i had a messed up scientists because you know what i did a couple of messed up sinuses then i went to.
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I twenty i'm veronica hurrell wsb sp meteorologist kirk mellish went atlanta's most accurate forecast is after noon attend on the mileage meter mostly sunny high near eighty four lows tonight fifty five to fifty eight tomorrow sunshine high eighty four friday mostly sunny high eighty five lows sixty four wsb storm tracker radar is clear we have sunshine and seventy degrees at ten thirty seven with news on the hour the half and when it breaks i'm sabrina cupet news ninety five five and am seven fifty wsb depend on it pleasant visit from line program director pete hot zip spriggs he's a smart guy i don't you know for a guy who's been in radio that long and he's still that smart not jaded who cares about jada just intelligent somebody who's been in radio that long i mean that is the exception that proves the rule let me tell you i'm lucky to have them around but he was in and he was saying that this is really true dennis rodman says that kim jong un changed his mind about trump after rodman gave him trump's books and we were talking about how probably dennis rodman has more to do with this than any of us would like because really dennis rodman is the only american friend that kim jong un has and pete hot zip spriggs said he's kind of like our ben franklin ben franklin was a very he was kind of an out their character and he went to france and he went to all the parties and he got gout and he had like eighty children i mean he's a really kind of an out there dude so that's the comparison dennis rodman i liked that autocracies guess what he's my hero she invented electricity that's right now as an ambassador you're the ambassador to the peninsula are you are you inventing anything like as a matter of fact i am among vent and by by focal they're bisexual bifocals the very progressive lenses something that this world absolutely needs now before we get into our next big segment here i believe we have some open mics these are these are from the wsb radio apple want to communicate with their favorite show and a lot of defense their favorite shows on vacation they decided to.
"hurrell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Finals hurrell in the past five years are still continuing its search for manager arsene vendors replacement was shocked hard doughnuts boss paulo fonseca merging as a favorite although everton is also expected to make a run at the forty five year old shocks are though expected to make an offer to keep on secca in the ukraine despite being ranked four hundred forty ninth in the world serena williams could be ranked at wimbledon this year as many felix unfair to penalise an athlete for missing time due to giving birth williams is a seven time wimbledon wintering looting winning both in two thousand and fifteen in two thousand and sixteen you want that cleveland cavaliers score while you're going to get it here three minutes fifty seconds left in the third quarter in toronto raptors in eighty one seventy one lead over cleveland game one of that series coming up in about an hour our they will tip off in oakland golden state warriors that one game lead over the pelicans this will be game to nhl postseason action second intermission in pittsburgh penguins leaving washington three two two seven thirty to go in the second period nashville in winnipeg tied up at three both series tied at a game apiece local teams in action and major league baseball heading today's washington destroying pittsburgh it's twelve to two top of the night atlanta holding onto a three to one lead over the new york mets elsewhere bottom eight boston three kansas city to the new york yankees and the houston astros are scoreless in the bottom of the fifth inning coming up in a little bit baltimore's at the angel seattle home for oakland and san diego visits the san francisco giants major league baseball announcing that the seattle mariners and the oakland a's will open the two thousand and nine thousand nine season my playing a two game series at the tokyo dome this marks the fifth time baseball's opened in japan major league baseball team will also play six games in november across the country i'm dan schwartzman update juliette dan thanks so much coming up here on bloomberg daybreak asia how much is gender inequality costing the asia pacific region it only takes ever wonder why weddings is so expensive why brexit was really all about china did you know that in economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is.
"hurrell" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler
"Mike back to hannibal burris s silent i was gonna smoothly then added some other healthy cocaine a negative juice the drank right behind where's my momma can't find what i'm trying to snap when i get a better my oh shit schick all right have you ever had one with the little fish now isn't that like that's a that's like animals rights issue like they eaten a the debt skin off your feet like aw that's like it's a legal there's a legal but but they're getting no i don't know i don't know if that's what they're like you know their food of choice i mean they put special seasons on day like on this fee eating feet arctic coercively just eat the that fish do have everyone has taste blitz bitch fiar sh to know what that should taste like i love the sound slide whistle hurrell williams in any are have you and then i keep the base mark we could sell it as down that's a do we have to pay me goes i don't want to pay me i don't wanna pay pretty i can't pay you goes but barter with you off you at live so you can make some money behind the track is my hat live this this when you say my this call okay.
Many Iranians reportedly killed in missile strike in Syria
"Service it comes to you live from london today we'll have the latest on reports from syria that missile strikes on a government military base have killed at least twenty six people that's our top story today also an opioid crisis in nigeria so why are people finding it so easy to get their hands on the drugs and at least twenty five people are dead after a double bomb attack in the afghan capital kabul today will hear about one of them but i was a great photographer good friend a family man he left behind six children he was happy face always had a smile on his face and willing to help everybody stay with us for those stories and more coming up this hour we begin with syria riven by conflict over the last seven years and increasingly a country at the center of what could be described as a mini world war with the russians and iranians on the ground supporting president assad and western including us support for some opposition groups throw into that mix israel concerned most about iran and its influence in syria and elsewhere in the region a concern fully vocalized by the new us secretary of state mike pompeo who is in the region overnight there was a significant missile attack on a number of military sites in northern syria with unconfirmed reports of thousands of fatalities no one's claimed responsibility but the syrian military said facilities in hama and aleppo provinces were strong so what do we know amos hurrell is a senior defense analyst at the israeli newspaper haaretz as far as we can tell yesterday nights the warmer a.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she's not running for president in 2020
"In elderly man orlando is safe after being rescued from his car which plunged into a lake early this afternoon trooper say that the man was trying to pull into a parking spot at the advance auto parts of lake underhill role when he accidentally hit a man working on another car and then he swipe sideswiped the store landing in a nearby retention pon thankfully there was a nearby woman who jumped in and save them however the man who has hit was treated for his minor injuries at the hospital while the driver was cited for careless driving police in lake county have uncovered more human remains in the backyard of a disney worker who vanished three years ago michael shaver was a monorail mechanic before he disappeared back in 2015 john hurrell is with the lake county sheriff's office i can tell you that additional remains have been found as well as some articles of clothing and those remains have been turned over to the medical examiner's office for an all topsy to be performed in hopes of learning the man on calls of death terrell says that schafer's wife nationally cooperated with investigators but she has since stopped she is a person of interest and we are keeping close tabs investigators say that schaefer hasn't had any cell phone or bank activities since his disappearance at a rally in pennsylvania for a republican congressional candidate president trump took on massachusetts senate democrat elizabeth warren asking the crowd quote can you imagine covering polka haunt us this morning warned was on cnn's state of the union every time president trump wants to try to throw out some kind of racial slur he wants to try to attack me i'm going to yes it is a chance to lift up their stories warne says that she is not running for president but is trying to be reelected to her senate seat president trump announcing his slogan for his 2020 reelection key america gray exclamation hough our washington insider gene we debris has the.
"hurrell" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"The poll oh but among the who voted all know the concert here all know we're going to get arrested oh no no no no police where they are found rise no way no no no don't throw over the course of their is going to look really not monroe has come hurrell suffered right because of the propublica okay he's gonna really you calling we can cars all over going to wait for the people we'll have was we're going to get arrested let's wait for these cars thin pro them back i know go on that police would come environmentally seen she's okay here we go here we go through long set go ahead he golan secular it's all think fit upi okay all right okay ira acid oh boy police if i know police are gonna tampering police were probably by that exact moment did somebody called the police on look at the big breaking the you not so about some woman there was a look like one stop woman she was a police officer what joke and i don't think uh uh.
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"So she is now for your free consultation jon voight dot com i'm veronica hurrell wsb a wsb meteorologist kirk mellish with atlanta's most accurate dependable forecast a seven on the knowledge meter this afternoon hazy warm and humid record high about seventy eight low tonight 62 tomorrow mostly cloudy to partly cloudy record high near seventy nine friday mix of clouds and sun near record high seventy eight low fifty nine right now peachtree street we have cloudy skies and 67 degrees at ten thirty seven with news on the hour the half and when it breaks i'm sabrina cupit news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it and you work on the new georgia stuff that von haessler doctrine segment had all the kids love but what happened eric erickson i would i wanted to have eric on with us we'll he heard that you wanted to do that twitter war with sliding wondering he arrived at impression of that made him that i wanted to start a twitter war for no good reason just because it seems to be the thing to do these dish kid fake eric's i wanted to start a twitter war for no good reason with eric erickson and then that and then i realized i don't have a twitter account which puts me is cited disadvantage i'll malin for your right now greg's greg great though he goes into yours yeah i'll go with grant so i hope that wasn't it albanian take that seriously within they do a thing with the georgia governor gubernatorial candidate again recently had stacy abrams on my i would she's the leaders tired bp might be he usually out that's a late night we had about it sure okay so there's no problem there is no problem between me and erica excellent while i did see that there were a cookies out in the out in the break rooms they had your name wasn't on it though eric i'm sorry earth ended ives i was just a joke in around with the twitter thing look look eric aired minor eruch i'm ige eric major here at nine hundred inherit alpha eric made us all something like that in your the erc with one less consonant mui nina sarex you you lose.
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Veronica hurrell guzvic you're you're jumping better down from lennox road to get old milton over and alvarado area wide open into foreside county and it w it's a beautiful ride 400 southbound for brown's brit forsyth county getting down to inside the perimeter around annexed roadhouse in northwest david hilbert dr ozone above northbound headed into cobb typical delays north of delk road good enough to highway five some more slow spots get north the chastain road at on 575 it opens up once you get past highway 92 triple team traffic wsb that already is only five day forecast your channel 2 action news meteorologist brad nitz just a few clouds will be chilly as we head through this evening falling back through the 30's and by tomorrow morning down to thirty degrees to start today mostly sunny and a high of fifty tomorrow on saturday will be mostly sunny low thirty two high fifty two partly cloudy sunday morning low twenty nine high forty clouds will increase that about a twenty percent chance of a few lights so showers are flurries late sunday and sunday night that's new year's eve and then my fiveday forecast for monday and tuesday new year's day monday partly cloudy and even colder morning low twenty three high thirty five mostly sunny and cold on tuesday low 21 high only thirty three recapping the forecast for this evening a few clouds but dry and chile following through the '30s i'm channel 2 action news meteorologist brad nitz wsb and it's forty two degrees on peachtree street coming up to 509 with news of the hour the half and when it breaks i'm chris chandler on atlanta's exclusive twenty four hour news weather and traffic station news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it.
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That is coming up next to check a triple team traffic though his mark mckay he's pretty thought jonesboro headed south on i 75 southbound seventy five southbound the ways they get it both soluble of our they don't break briefly hit high 28 he wanted abortuaries up evidence griffin that this afternoon northbound delays heavy from locus grow up to the downtown atlanta slammed on the connector southbound seventy five and eighty five both while before seventeen streets with those delays all the optout can actually quite what he thirtyfive roger hurrell coolray carrier traffic center five northbound no delays from langford parkway 166 getting to 75 in the cobb area into defied eastbound's outbound defected in before shambley dunwoody biggest delays getting over to chamblee tucker through spaghetti junction you ease up a bit and then a slow zone again from lawrenceville on highway how we twenty nine just below highway 78 how the outer loop alex williams to revive westbound hitting the brakes after riverside dr take those delays over to i 75 southbound stay sluggish pretty thick volume had andrew smyrna binding trying to get down to i 20 on the west side of town in the ride of the northern suburbs next on wsb midwest's coast f continues in the city that calls itself the ice box of the nation is international falls minnesota recorded thirty seven degrees below zero overnight a sixty five sixty five year old man make that dies of appalling kelly house fire near old brock row this is overnight investigators looking for the cause forty one people dead at a sewage side attack on a mosque in kabul afghanistan today and this may be the first time you've ever actually heard jake froms voice if you think about it rose bowl.
"hurrell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"On nor sided morrisville veronica hurrell coolray carrier traffic center some brake lights before i 20 over on the west side and then watching volume front pages very 275 and vining and only budget about forty five minutes now 285 eastbound southbound from georgia 400 getting covington highway lou williams hurts the slow 285 westbound starting at ashford dunwoody rotate that overpass roswell the brake lights form again around north side powers ferried uh seventy five southbound fill in with the brake lights to from south atlanta road downs who denied judy five east northbound sluggish between flat shoals and i 20 check in the ride to the northern suburbs next on wsb meanwhile within the hour can media louis tse k's accused of sexual misconduct five women and all have accused luizao ko pleasure ring himself either in front of them are on the telephone the new york times reports that the insulin as recently as two years back to two thousand two louise see case but he is often parallel the accusations against discusses his sexual hang ups and other flaws the premiere of his new movie love you danny has been canceled in the wake of the accusations neither he or his management would comment on the times story go rakoff cbs news breaking news first terse too this is wsb 24hour continuing news just hit a us house committees approve the republican legislation for a tax overhaul this as the lay a competing plan has been unveiled this past hour jimmy dupree in washington just talked to georgia senator johnny isakson bordeaux and here's where creating opportunity raising revenue through uh americans will raise the revenue from first for the country guess revenue suck jamie's sales senate plan among other things would face corporate tax deduction and create jobs tax brackets new at four o'clock state lawmakers it now a recommendation from a commission charged with looking at the compensation of.
"hurrell" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"That's an advantage to have a different point of here are you with your working i hope you i think i got that from my mom when he said that she keeps it together on sat people think i'm so calm on saturday think we're good at concealing are hurt our stress because you gotta keep it together for your crew and everything so you have a different demeanor so i'm sure you of a very soothing demeanor and the other person miller worked with wants a work with you but someone i worked with who had their common demeanor is woody hurrell and when you work with him a british it's such a great it achieves such a great effect that's interesting you relax people you're more likely to get the something good if the relaxed that if you're here lamenting that he's a couple of directors were from the torment score yet never understood that another letter hot had behavior yeah no i felt like m b wanna put everyone at ease and did several do their best said did you ever get frustrated working we really really lost it i never lost that i always kennedy and i've had festering moments for sure by 'em hugo home lose it yeah yeah go home yes i get home is not so much better moments with the uh what's the hardest part of me i'm an actor who directed one film founded so difficult because i wanted to map it out i wanted to lay at all loud and have at least have a plan which we could than deviate young you have to have a vision in your mind look i see it on my head beforehand for sherlock lam writing it and in pitching the actress had his say it then you come on set.