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Fresh update on "hutchins " discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:37 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hutchins " discussed on Bloomberg Best

"The Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. One fatal fire leads to another horrific accident in the Keystone state, at least 13 people are injured after a car plows into a crowd of people in Pennsylvania, attending a benefit for victims of a fatal fire last week. The car ran into the crowd in berwick, which is about two hours north of Philadelphia. The crowd was on hand for an event to raise money for the families of the devastating fire last week, which killed ten people, patients are at a nearby hospital with conditions currently unknown. Average U.S. gas prices are down a penny, according to triple-A, Julie Ryan has the latest. The national average is at $3 and 96 cents for a gallon of regular, down about 18 cents from a week ago, and more than 65 cents from last month, the most expensive gas in the nation is in Hawaii at $5 and 37 cents, while Texas leads the way for the cheapest Philip at $3 and 47 cents. I'm Julie Ryan. The gun actor Alec Baldwin was holding in the fatal shooting on a movie set could not have been fired without pulling the trigger. That's according to an FBI forensic analysis obtained by ABC News on Friday. Baldwin said he did not pull the trigger on the New Mexico set of the movie rust when cinematographer halyna Hutchins was killed in October. Director Joel Sousa was also wounded, testing of that gun, which was a 45 cult revolver shows it couldn't have fired without the trigger being pulled. And bullet train is staying on top of the box office this week. The Brad Pitt led action release is projected to take in another $13 million over the weekend, bringing the domestic total to just under 55 million, it beat out new releases fall and Mac and Rita. Sony is hoping the film stays strong in order to recoup the $90 million production budget with August low on high profile releases, and that's the very latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Early voting for New York's August primary gets underway, voters headed to the polls beginning Saturday morning to choose among candidates for Congress and the state Senate. The marquee contest pits 30 year Manhattan democratic congressional veterans, Jared Nadler and Carolyn maloney against one another. Early voting continues through Sunday, August 21st, with election day on Tuesday, August 23rd. August voting is unusual, but the primaries were pushed back two months from June after the state's highest courts ruled, district maps created by the Democrats where unconstitutional. A yellow taxi driver is dead after being beaten by a group of passengers who tried to rob him in Queens. David folk Thomas has the latest. It happened around 6 30 Saturday morning at arverne boulevard and beach 54th street in the edgemere section. The New York Post reports the 52 year old driver was dropping off 5 passengers when they tried to rob him. The cabbie was allegedly struck multiple times by the group before falling and striking his head on the pavement. EMS transported the victim to St. John's hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police are searching for three men and two women seen fleeing the scene. The State Department is warning against travel to Tijuana, Mexico, the U.S. consulate and Tijuana also advised government employees to shelter in place until further notice, the warning says there have been reports of vehicle fires and roadblocks with heavy police activity in several areas, and a voluntary recall is underway for some king's Hawaiian products, containing pretzels, the products in question are king's Hawaiian pretzel slider buns, pretzel hamburger buns, and pretzel bites. The company says the recall is being conducted out of an abundance of caution, and that no illness is associated with the pretzel breads have been reported, and that's the very latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update, well, you just can't say enough about Jacob de Grom and the effort he has been putting in for the New York mets lately. He continues to lay waste to pretty much any batter he faces Saturday against the Phillies. He struck out ten in 6 innings. And the offense, well, they didn't need much, but they got a Pete Alonso RBI single early and that was all the offense that the mets would need final score one to nothing as they win and they continue to maintain their stranglehold in the national league east. Sunday's game is Zach Wheeler against Chris Bassett as they close out the series. Up in Boston, a feel good night for the Yankees as Isaiah kinder Felipe drives in all three runs, a two run Homer than a bunt suicide squeeze in the 9th inning that was the winner for the yanks as they topple the Red Sox final score three to two. That's Aaron Boone's 400th career win as the Yankee manager and the yanks have now won just twice in their last ten games. The Dodgers, they set the pace for everybody, LA with a win in Kansas City final score 13 to three. They have won 12 straight games. The jets get the update on quarterback Zach Wilson, all things considered. It's not so bad. He's out two to four weeks, and he will undergo surgery on his right knee, but the jets conceded, it could have been a lot worse, the jets will host the falcons in their next preseason game on Monday, the 22nd at 8 p.m., Raven's quarterback Lamar Jackson says he wants a new contract from Baltimore by week one of the NFL season, otherwise. He'll play out the season and not negotiate. Liberty basketball, they

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Fresh update on "hutchins " discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

00:30 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hutchins " discussed on Masters in Business

"Global news update. Author Salman Rushdie is no longer on a ventilator and is able to speak the author was stabbed multiple times yesterday, including once in the neck while speaking at an event in upstate New York, he's still in the hospital with serious injuries to his eye, arm and liver, but his agent confirmed he's now able to talk and joke around with those around him. His attacker hottie matar pled not guilty to attempted murder charges on Saturday and is being held without bail. The search warrant that prompted the FBI raid on former president Trump's home in Florida reveals he suspected a violating the espionage act, reporter Gary grumbach says agents seized 27 boxes of documents including classified materials. This includes three boxes that contain secret information, three boxes that contain confidential information and at least 5 boxes containing top secret information. The warrant which was unsealed Friday shows investigators were authorized to seize any documents or records with classified markings, including national defense information. It went on to claim Trump had top secret documents and photos for his part Trump said all the information had been declassified, President Biden is expected to sign the sweeping inflation reduction act in the coming days. The bill was sent to his desk after Democrats pushed it through the house after narrowly passing the Senate. The president praised the legislation, saying it will help lower the cost of prescription drugs, health insurance and energy costs. The State Department is warning against travel to Tijuana, Mexico, the warning says there have been reports of vehicle fires and roadblocks with heavy police activity in Tijuana, mexicali, rosarito, and sonata and saccade where king violence erupted overnight. Historic drought across Europe is causing the sudden reemergence of centuries old warnings as water levels in rivers drop some are reporting seeing what are called hunger stones, boulders carved with warnings about impending famine, one such rock and the elder river, which runs through the Czech Republic in Germany, carried a chilling message from the early 1600s. If you see me weep, scientists predict the current drought is on track to be the worst in Europe in 500 years. I'm criss-crossed. The gun actor Alec Baldwin was holding in the fatal shooting on a movie set could not have been fired without pulling the trigger. Brad Siegel has more. That's according to an FBI forensic analysis obtained by ABC News Friday. Baldwin has said he didn't pull the trigger on the New Mexico set of the movie rust. When cinematographer Helena Hutchins was killed in October, director Joel Souza was also wounded, casting of the gun, a 45 cult revolver shows that couldn't have fired without the trigger being pulled, Baldwin thought he was holding a cold gun. That is one without live ammunition. A voluntary recall is underway for some king's Hawaiian products containing pretzels. The products in question are king's Hawaiian pretzel slider buns, pretzel hamburger buns, and pretzel bites. The California based bakery says an ingredient used by supplier lines Magnus may lead to microbial contamination. The company says that no illnesses associated with the pretzel breads have been reported. The recall does not affect any other king's Hawaiian products. Consumer sentiment is improving slightly gym Forbes has more. The University of Michigan's early reading for August edged up about 5 points from its all time low in June. The survey's expectations index improved, especially among low and middle income consumers. Continued declines in energy prices helped ease the overall inflation outlook. Still, nearly half of all consumers blame inflation for lowering their standard of living. I'm Jim Forbes. Emily Blunt Ryan Gosling are joining forces to star in a new film called the fall guy, the movie is an adaptation of the classic TV series of the same name. That series from the 1980s star Lee Majors and was about Hollywood stunt performers who moonlight as bounty hunters, the fall guys set to be released in theaters in March of 2024. SpaceX's marking and other successful mission, a falcon 9 rocket carrying 46 Starlink satellites launched into orbit from vandenberg Space Force base in California Friday. It's SpaceX's 36th launch of 2022, which is already a record breaking year for the company. I'm Chris. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. New York City health authorities are trying to figure out how widespread the polio virus is becoming. After announcing they had found the virus in wastewater samples that suggests polio was probably circulating in the city again. Doctor Alec Patel tells ABC polio is definitely still around. So this wastewater surveillance is basically telling us that vaccine preventable illnesses such as the extremely deadly polio is not done with us. In the U.S. inflation moderated in July, but economists in a monthly Bloomberg news survey are boosting their inflation estimates into 2023. Bloomberg's Vinnie del giudice reports. Don't get your hopes too high. The PCE price index, the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation gauge is now seen averaging 2.5% by the end of next year. Should the higher inflation forecast pan out? That might mean the fed will extend its aggressive tightening campaign aimed at quashing inflation if any doubt should ice Bloomberg radio. Delta Air Lines will be allowed to extend pandemic related schedule reductions at three major U.S. airports. We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Shirley pellet. Those airports, New York's Laguardia and JFK as well as Reagan national in Washington, carriers are continuing to grapple with issues that have led to widespread flight disruptions. The FAA says it will partially approve delta's application to trim operations through September 5th. It does allow delta to hold on to flight slots of those airports that normally would be lost if they weren't used. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. And Shu Jane

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Prosecutors await forensic analysis in Alec Baldwin shooting

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Prosecutors await forensic analysis in Alec Baldwin shooting

"The investigation into the fatal shooting on the set of rust continues now the person in charge of that is explaining why This is a crime scene Okay everybody stop When New Mexico authorities first arrived on the rust set last October they immediately treated it as a crime scene but it remains to be seen whether criminal charges will result from the case The district attorney's office will make the final decision on that and as of now they say they still don't have all the information they need to make that call in a Facebook post the DA says her department is awaiting the analysis of key forensic evidence in the case that includes the prop gun that Alec Baldwin was holding when alive round killed cinematographer halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza the DA also wants to review data from Baldwin's cell phone plus information from the FBI and state medical examiners A Moscow's Gabriel

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"hutchins " Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"hutchins " Discussed on WBUR

"Voice you heard was Marcus Hutchins who as the news report said brought the chaos to a halt His story is a complex one there He was an expert in malware but he'd also created his own several years earlier He saved the day but a few months later he went to the U.S. and was arrested by the FBI and pleaded guilty to two offenses I spoke to him from his home in LA and I asked him if it felt like 5 years had really passed Honestly no it feels like a couple of years of just vanished I guess due to COVID It's not really something I think about like these days It's always been something that's in like it happened But it's not something I really think about I mean you were you were kind of a global household name for a while Did you expect that level of recognition No it kind of just felt like a dream for most of it just everything just went so out of control so fast that it almost feels like it didn't happen even today It doesn't feel like a real thing We haven't seen anything like the chaos that WannaCry caused again but the ransomware itself hasn't gone away has it Yeah so WannaCry itself is still infinitely circling the globe And we've seen major ants more attacks since but we've never seen a widespread global worm like WannaCry Do you think we will see another one I don't want to say that we won't but the catalyst that led to WannaCry was so unique and had so many different factors that I think it's quite unlikely we will see something like that again but that's not to say we won't see major widespread damage from cyberattacks just wanna cry specifically was a very unique set of circumstances Do you think that institutions like the NHS have learned their lesson do you think they're better protected now than they were I think the NHS specifically they did learn a lesson and they went and they did a lot of upgrades and they restructured a lot of things But then there are plenty of organizations who were like it missed us Like we didn't get hit by WannaCry therefore we don't really need to do anything Can I talk to you about what happened with the FBI Sure Were you shocked when you were arrested I wouldn't say I was shocked I always knew that that was likely a thing that would come back to bite me I was just shocked that it took so long Did you feel like you'd sort of redeemed yourself by saving the world after that Honestly no but no I didn't personally feel like it was undeserved because I had done this good thing Do you regret that now The malware I mean I regretted it Pretty much Immediately after I did it I fully take responsibility for it I was young but it wasn't like I was 5 years old there was something I was old enough to probably know better What in your opinion are the biggest threats at the moment I think it's a combination of a major ransomware groups who target corporations and cyberattacks for destructive purposes and for profit being launched by governments It's a bit of a cat and mouse game isn't it Do you think that the good guys are winning I don't think it is really a game where the good guys win It's kind of always just the bad the bad guys are going to do their thing And then we can do our best to try and slow them down or stop them But when one side has to stay within the law and the other is free to do whatever it's never really a game you win Marcus Hutchins that Joe and Lisa we were really caught on the back foot by WannaCry weren't we in 2017 Yeah I mean I still remember where I was I was only just starting my kind of cybersecurity interest and I was in a car parking bath and I was doing a different story for Sky News at the time And I remember seeing these reports coming in on Twitter of hospital after hospital falling to this virus This cyberattack and I just thought to myself I didn't even know this was possible This was the first time I'd seen anything like it And it occupied my work and my brain for the next few months Yeah definitely I think for me what was kind of surprising was it had huge impact and huge media interest and kind of I guess spread horror throughout most of the world But then conversely when we look back on it after a few weeks it was actually pretty unsuccessful So certainly from a payment perspective they made some really fundamental mistakes that essentially meant money just wasn't paid into it which you normally would relate to ransomware So it's kind of a strange attack in that respect I think It caused huge scare huge horror within the population but yet was also relatively unsuccessful If that's probably why people didn't really know where it came from did that at the time people were so confused by it because it was a it looked like a criminal enterprise but it was a really bad criminal enterprise It was also out of control And I think that's something that you don't tend to see with ransomware It tends to be very nowadays moving on from WannaCry and I suppose you could argue that WannaCry sort of really revolutionized how threat actors operate You see it as quite a slick operation relatively speaking Bitcoin wallet and the unique ID for payment and all of this is all very very beautifully curated I have customer service departments now Exactly exactly And it's this sort of widespread professionalization of it The Conti leaks that happened really recently show us exactly you know if you removed the references to ransomware or to organize crime it would look like communications from any company anywhere in the world and would not surprise you And I think that's actually pretty horrifying I think And we sit here don't we all the time and go don't pay the ransom don't give the criminals the money but the reality is that lots of people do because actually that is your easiest way out Yeah and there was a report by chain analysis that rose released in January of this year and they said that there had been a 300% increase in payments since 2019 So payments are going up The World Economic Forum released a risk report again this year and they said that there was 435% more ransomware attacks and it's led to this outpacing of our ability to actually defend or respond to them It's hard to know why that is because you'd think we'd be better prepared after something like WannaCry and of course after WannaCry there was not Petro attack which is the most devastating financially that we ever seen Again that was an out of control worm able ransomware like we saw with WannaCry Luckily no one was harmed in that sense and WannaCry is the only time really that we've seen a massive cyberattack that's really impacted people in sort of healthcare but you'd think after all these events would be a bit better prepared but there are still companies falling victim all the time because I think the ransomware crews are now as Lisa says so well organized and so targeted in their work they can spend and invest months of time gaining access into a big organization's network And then what we're also seeing is if there was a an unwillingness to pay maybe a year ago because maybe the companies don't want to and they've got better backups What we're now seeing of course is ransomware crews are spending even more time digging through the documents the emails the pictures even of these corporate networks And digging out some dirt and saying look not only will you need to pay us to get your data back but if you don't pay usable publish online So perhaps that's why we're seeing more payments We like to be.

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Film producers defend safety in Alec Baldwin shooting

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Film producers defend safety in Alec Baldwin shooting

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New Mexico fines 'Rust' for willful gun safety failures

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

New Mexico fines 'Rust' for willful gun safety failures

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 Slain cinematographer's husband angry Baldwin deflects blame

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Slain cinematographer's husband angry Baldwin deflects blame

"The husband of a cinematographer shot and killed on the set of the film rust says it's absurd Alec Baldwin believes he is not to blame Baldwin told ABC news in December he was pointing the gun at Elena Hutchins at her instruction on the set when it went off without pulling the trigger Hutchens husband Matt's response to so angry to see him talk about her death so publicly in such a detailed way and then to not accept any responsibility Baldwin one of the film's producers said someone is responsible but it's not him almost sounds like he was the victim on NBC's today show Hutchins says gun safety wasn't the only problem on the set of rust there were a number of industry standards that were not practice

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Alec Baldwin, 'Rust' movie sued for wrongful death by Halyna Hutchins' family

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Alec Baldwin, 'Rust' movie sued for wrongful death by Halyna Hutchins' family

"The family of a cinematographer who was killed on the set of the film rust has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against actor Alec Baldwin in the movie's producers margins are a letter with the latest the husband and son of galena Hutchins have filed a lawsuit over her death during a scene set up in New Mexico in October Alec Baldwin has said Hutchins instructed him to point the gun at her when it went off without him pulling the trigger the attorneys for Hutchinson's family say her death was a result of reckless conduct and cost cutting measures they say there was no call for a real gun and Baldwin had turned down training investigators

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Official: Alec Baldwin surrenders phone for shooting probe

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Official: Alec Baldwin surrenders phone for shooting probe

"Authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico now now have have what what they they feel feel is is a a key key bit bit of of evidence evidence and and the the fatal fatal accidental accidental shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust it's it's been been nearly nearly three three months months and and cinematographer cinematographer Helena Helena Hutchins Hutchins was was shot shot to to death death and and about about a a month month since since authorities authorities in in Santa Santa Fe Fe ask ask for for Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin cell cell phone phone they they now now finally finally have have it it it it was was turned turned over over this this past past weekend weekend and and investigators investigators hope hope information information on on it it might might yield yield some some clues clues about about the the case case Walden Walden was was an an actor actor and and co co producer producer of of the the movie movie which which is is now now on on hiatus hiatus a a search search warrant warrant for for the the phone phone sought sought text text messages messages photos photos videos videos calls calls and and other other information information related related to to the the movie movie Baldwin's Baldwin's lawyer lawyer says says the the actor actor has has cooperated cooperated with with authorities authorities from from the the get get go go and and the the delay delay in in getting getting the the phone phone to to them them should should not not suggest suggest otherwise otherwise I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly "Rust" shooting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly "Rust" shooting

"There's there's been been a a new new lawsuit lawsuit filed filed in in connection connection with with the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust the the lawsuit lawsuit is is being being filed filed by by the the movie's movie's armorer armorer Hannah Hannah guti guti eras eras read read and and two two colleagues colleagues it it was was their their job job to to supervise supervise the the use use of of weapons weapons on on the the rust rust sacked sacked the the suit suit is is filed filed against against ammunition ammunition supply supply SF SF Kenny Kenny and and his his company company she she claims claims the the company company brought brought live live rounds rounds to to the the set set we're we're only only blanks blanks and and dummies dummies were were supposed supposed to to be be present present a a gun gun Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin was was using using on on set set went went off off last last October October killing killing cinematographer cinematographer Helen Helen Hutchins Hutchins and and wounding wounding the the director director investigators investigators have have been been trying trying to to figure figure out out sense sense how how a a live live round round ended ended up up in in the the weapon weapon came came here here said said in in the the past past that that he he is is sure sure his his company company didn't didn't send send any any live live animal animal to to the the rust rust set set I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Warrant issued for Alec Baldwin's cell phone after shooting on 'Rust' set

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Warrant issued for Alec Baldwin's cell phone after shooting on 'Rust' set

"To to learn learn more more about about the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico have have issued issued a a search search warrant warrant for for Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin cell cell phone phone officials officials say say the the phone phone could could hold hold evidence evidence that that might might be be helpful helpful in in the the investigation investigation into into the the shooting shooting of of cinematographer cinematographer Halina Halina Hutchins Hutchins the the search search warrant warrant says says investigators investigators want want to to check check out out the the phone phone for for any any text text messages messages images images videos videos calls calls or or other other information information linked linked to to the the production production Baldwin Baldwin was was holding holding the the revolver revolver during during rehearsal rehearsal when when it it fired fired on on October October twenty twenty first first he he has has said said the the cinematographer cinematographer Aston Aston to to point point the the gun gun toward toward her her when when it it accidentally accidentally went went off off I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel the the new new step step is is being being taken taken to to learn learn more more about about the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust authorities authorities

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Alec Baldwin makes first public showing since shooting

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Alec Baldwin makes first public showing since shooting

"Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin made made his his first first public public appearance appearance since since the the October October fatal fatal shooting shooting on on set set of of the the movie movie or or rust rust he he was was in in New New York York man man please please welcome welcome to to the the stage stage Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin was was the the master master of of ceremonies ceremonies at at the the Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy human human rights rights twenty twenty twenty twenty one one ripple ripple of of hope hope gala gala it's it's great great to to be be together together in in person person it's it's great great to to be be a a person person Baldwin Baldwin says says Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy urged urged people people to to make make gentle gentle the the life life of of the the world world people people celebrate celebrate these these extraordinary extraordinary honorees honorees and and recommit recommit ourselves ourselves to to what what Bobby Bobby said said when when he he announced announced his his presidential presidential bid bid quote quote peace peace justice justice and and compassion compassion for for those those who who suffer suffer that's that's what what the the United United States States should should stand stand for for Baldwin Baldwin was was using using a a proper proper revolver revolver he he thought thought was was harmless harmless during during a a rehearsal rehearsal in in New New Mexico Mexico cinematographer cinematographer Helene Helene Hutchins Hutchins was was killed killed I I made made Donahue Donahue

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Alec Baldwin slammed for tell-all interview about 'Rust' shooting: 'A clout chasing performance'

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Alec Baldwin slammed for tell-all interview about 'Rust' shooting: 'A clout chasing performance'

"Alec Alec Baldwin's Baldwin's interview interview has has seen seen the the act act to to open open up up on on the the accidental accidental shooting shooting death death on on the the set set of of rust rust sadness sadness regret regret but but not not guilt guilt I I would would Baldwin Baldwin describing describing the the feelings feelings he he hasn't hasn't doesn't doesn't have have in in the the wake wake of of October's October's on on set set accident accident that that killed killed the the cinematographer cinematographer on on the the movie movie rust rust he he said said it it was was Selena Selena Hutchins Hutchins herself herself who who asked asked him him to to point point the the gun gun in in her her direction direction during during the the rehearsal rehearsal Baldwin Baldwin says says he he pulled pulled the the hammer hammer back back and and when when he he let let it it go go the the gun gun fired fired and and he he says says it it wasn't wasn't until until about about an an hour hour later later that that he he realized realized that that Hutchins Hutchins had had been been hit hit with with a a live live round round Baldwin Baldwin says says he he hopes hopes authorities authorities find find out out who who put put the the live live animal animal in in the the weapon weapon in in the the interview interview with with ABC's ABC's George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Baldwin Baldwin says says he he believes believes someone someone is is responsible responsible for for what what happened happened but but it it is is not not him him I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Alec Baldwin to discuss 'Rust' shooting in 'raw,' 'very candid' TV interview

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Alec Baldwin to discuss 'Rust' shooting in 'raw,' 'very candid' TV interview

"Only only Baldwin Baldwin has has done done a a sit sit down down interview interview to to talk talk about about the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of his his movie movie I I didn't didn't pull pull the the trigger trigger that's that's what what Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin this this telling telling ABC ABC in in an an interview interview he he tells tells George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos that that he he would would never never point point a a gun gun at at anyone anyone and and pull pull the the trigger trigger at at them them it it is is Baldwin's Baldwin's first first extensive extensive chat chat since since the the October October twenty twenty first first shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the western western rust rust the the live live round round in in his his gun gun killed killed Selena Selena Hutchins Hutchins the the movie's movie's cinematographer cinematographer and and wanted wanted the the director director Joel Joel Souza Souza Baldwin Baldwin says says he he has has no no idea idea how how the the live live round round ended ended up up in in his his prop prop gun gun authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico have have said said that that Baldwin Baldwin was was told told that that it it was was safe safe to to handle handle the the gun gun when when it it was was given given to to him him I'm I'm

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Daniel Baldwin Protects His Brother Alec

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Daniel Baldwin Protects His Brother Alec

"Daniel Baldwin, not the Baldwin you'd want to speak up for you if you're Alec 'cause Daniel has had to try his problems in the past. He's like the black sheep of the ball and family. Daniel Baldwin was on a podcast the other day and was saying out loud how he thinks his brother Alec is being scapegoated because of his political views when really everybody about that everything about that rust shooting should be focused on the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and this is the way Daniel thinks we should be thinking. We shouldn't be thinking about his politics. We should instead be thinking about the wonderful things he's done and also how wonderful his wife is and whatever the fuck. I mean, I guess he has a point, I haven't thought much about anything else about Alec Baldwin since he shot and killed the cinematographer halyna Hutchins. I don't know. The way Daniel sees it, the way he explained it on this podcast. Alex is being scapegoated because he's the big star with outspoken political views and that makes him an easy target. He went on to say that, you know, Alex got the name, though, doesn't he? So let's go ahead and take Alec for his political views and the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and let's see if we can sensationalize this and go after Alec. I'm not sure that's what's being done. I think we'd be up in arms if anybody killed a cinematographer on set under the same circumstances. I think we feel the same way of George Clooney did it or somebody like Bruce Willis, so many on the right. I don't think this is about politics.

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Crew member sues Alec Baldwin, others over 'Rust' shooting

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Crew member sues Alec Baldwin, others over 'Rust' shooting

"I like Walgren is among those being sued in connection with the fatal shooting on the set of rust filing the lawsuit the head of lighting on the film that saw its production stopped cold after Alec Baldwin fired a practical and killing cinematographer Alina Hutchins Sergei's vet noise claiming that there was negligence on this side and says that caused them severe emotional distress that will haunt him forever this lawsuit says the bullet that killed Hutchins narrowly missed him and he held the cinematographers head in his hands as she died it is the first known law sort of what is expected to be many stemming from the October twenty first shooting which also injured rust director Joe Sousa I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"Rust" film armorer says someone may have put bullet in gun

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

"Rust" film armorer says someone may have put bullet in gun

"The honor roll on the set of the movie rust is now telling her side of the story Hannah goodie heiress reader suggesting that someone must've put live ammunition in the gun that Alec Baldwin used to kill cinematographer kalena Hutchins last month her lawyer quotes Goodyear is read as saying she personally inspected the weapon that ended up in Baldwin's hand that fateful day hello you're says guti eras read always kept guns locked up and that includes the day of the shooting the statement also says the armor inspected the gun before giving it to assistant director David hall and she says she did it right in front of him for his part also said he did not inspect the gun before handing it to Baldwin I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Ireland Baldwin Is Just as Tone-Deaf as Her Dad and Stepmom

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Ireland Baldwin Is Just as Tone-Deaf as Her Dad and Stepmom

"But this diarrhea of the mouth and tone deaf mentality apparently runs in the family. Because Baldwin's daughter, Ireland also posted a Halloween picture on Instagram of her and her boyfriend wearing blood soaked shirts and dripping blood from the corner of her pretty little mouth. And she wrote, so he stayed in for Halloween this year. There are reporters in paparazzi hanging out all of my street being super fun and invading all my privacy, which is always a good time. Another idiot is going through a really tough time. Your father killed a woman. We didn't think we'd celebrate, but we found some old costumes and blood. We really good food, we tried tequila and had a couple of friends over, watched a scary movie and had zero trick or treaters. How was your Halloween? I don't know, as halina Hutchins husband, why don't you?

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'Rust' assistant director Dave Halls urges movie industry to 'reevaluate its values'

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

'Rust' assistant director Dave Halls urges movie industry to 'reevaluate its values'

"Person in the accidental shooting on the set of rust to speaking out the latest to speak out as the assistant director who handed out went bald when the gun that ended up killing the cinematographer on the movie set last month and David hall says he hopes that what happened to Elena Hutchins will make the movie industry re evaluate its values and practices to make sure something like that never happens again all statements made to the New York Post and it comes as fingers of blame or being pointed at him before he handed the weapon to Baldwin he declared the gun cold meaning it had no live rounds in it but hall's later acknowledged to authorities that he failed to check the weapon himself before announcing that it was safe I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'She was my friend' — Alec Baldwin mourns cinematographer

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

'She was my friend' — Alec Baldwin mourns cinematographer

"Alec Baldwin has spoken publicly for the first time about the cinematographer he fatally shot on the set of the movie rust the actor said he decided to speak with photographers that have been trailing him in the hopes that they will stop following his family around in the chat which took place Saturday Alec Baldwin said little about the actual shooting that killed cinematographer Helen Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza but he did push back against reports that the set was in turmoil over labor and safety issues he says there was a very very well oiled crew before what he called quote this horrible event well would also describe Hutchins as a friend and says he's been in touch with Hutchins husband and is very worried about the couple's nine year old son I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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 Sheriff: Movie set showed 'some complacency' with weapons

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Sheriff: Movie set showed 'some complacency' with weapons

"Investigators say there was some complacency and how weapons were handled last week on a movie set when actor Alec Baldwin accidentally shot two crew members one fatally I marches are a letter with the latest Santa Fe county sheriff adamant does assess testing is under way to determine whether the projectile taken from director Joe Sousa shoulder is the same one that killed cinematographer Colina Hutchins Mendoza says investigators are examining two other guns that were recovered from the set as well as five hundred rounds of ammunition we suspect that there was other live rounds that were found on the set I won't comment further on how they got there Mendoza says there is no film footage of the incident scent

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"hutchins " Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"hutchins " Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Working conditions and insufficient rest periods. A strike was averted when the two parties negotiated a new contract last week. Across the board, this industry is filled with red flags for safety. The film worker Paul Rodriguez told time earlier this month. If you're rigging grip or on electric, you could be 70 80 feet in the air. Every day there's something where you could die. In 2017, stuntwoman joy Harris was killed on the Vancouver set of Deadpool two when she was ejected from her motorcycle with government investigators later concluding that the employer failed to complete important health and safety documentation. Two years later, the special effects coordinator Warren Applebee was killed in an accident while working on the TV series, Titans. Three days ago, Hutchins posted a photo on Instagram of the cast and crew of rust with Baldwin standing at the front holding a thumbs up sign with the caption standing in IA solidarity with our IT crew here in New Mexico on rust. Light hill, who is a member of viazzi, says that the incident highlights the need for increased safety measures and rest time for crew members who often work 14 hour days or longer. All of us have a very personal stake in this. I think it's time to sit down and say, we're not going to do this anymore. Actors have to be willing to change their schedules and say, okay, I'll work a couple days longer so that you guys can work ten hour days. This is a highly dramatic incident in which a young woman was killed. But you don't hear about all the fender benders and traffic accidents to people that fell asleep behind the wheel, light hill says. None of those things get publicized. But they're happening all the time as a.

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"hutchins " Discussed on SUE Speaks Podcast: Searching for Unity in Everything

SUE Speaks Podcast: Searching for Unity in Everything

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"hutchins " Discussed on SUE Speaks Podcast: Searching for Unity in Everything

"If i may quote from the the french writer and tom son experience He says if you want to build a ship don't assign people task so break them up into teams instead. Teach them to long for the immensity of the sea. What we're doing is we are helping people. We all Assigning we we all involved too much in the to do list where actually we need to allow education to bring forth this immensity of the sea. We have essentially fallen out of love with life and we need to reenact. We enable we enliven that capacity to sentence the immensity of the sea. So that's our shifting mythos if you like a shift from the story of separation that we've got deeply cool. Toughen which infects the way that we think about nature the way we think about business and politics medicine and education and shift that story into a story of we generation we connection an so doing actually opens up to the immensity of the sea so that we fall back in love with how life really is and our humanity in that that is so beautiful really that how. How can we emblazoned that. Some delivery that he gets into everyone is very easy to apply the consciousness of yesterday which top down mechanistic overly masculine overly outta focused and apply that education system. And actually what we need to be doing is just allowing people to become more live so i works specifically at the leadership level. I do that for a number of reasons So i work mainly with around developmental psychology and leadership development but the simple act of helping leaders sense into how they become better leaders by connecting them with the natural world and connecting them with the connecting with deep nature enables them to shift you know they have a visual embodied experience shift when that with me in nature that they remember that they can cool upon that they can't forget because it touches parts that other mechanistic thinking just doesn't do and they know in their hearts that is right and they sense that and i think that's what we need to bring more in whether it be..

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"hutchins " Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"hutchins " Discussed on WDUN AM550

"To the forecast and the roads right after we get the headlines, BJ Handsome in the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom Thank you very much bill. Good morning to everyone. County Elections officials and Hall and other Georgia counties continue the machine recount of general election ballots today. Of course, that recount requested The Trump campaign and 22 people losing their lives on Georgia roads over the Thanksgiving travel period. Some of those in our area details had access Wdun and coming up on North gorgeous news tone. This traffic report is sponsored by the insurance source. We don't have any accidents locally in the area. However, there is one that's going to be causing some problems. If you're headed on, I 85 South down down towards the perimeter. There's a crash. Just inside of 2 85 85 south, and that's causing some backup through Gwinnett County. Taking about 16 minutes right now to get from Indian Trail Lilburn rode down to spaghetti Junction. The rest of your drive times in the area are all looking normal or lighter for this time of the commute from the access Wdun Hayes GMC Cadillac Traffic Center. I'm Caleb Hutchins. Across Georgia Businesses, air closing jobs gone and over. 8000 Georgians have lost their lives, but one person has been able to turn The pandemic into quite a profit. That's billionaire Senator Kelly Leffler. In January, Just days after being sworn into office, Leffler attended a confidential briefing on Corona virus and immediately began selling off stocks. As Kelly Leffler downplayed the threat publicly. Privately, she sold off $3.1 million of stock before the market crashed. And while left Lear's protected her own interests, time and again, she's opposed emergency unemployment benefits for people who lost their jobs. It's due to the pandemic. Newspapers say Leffler quote grossly abused her position and call it a rank, betrayal of the public trust and possibly a violation of the law. It's clear Kelly Leffler will always sell us out. I'm Raphael Warnock running for Senate and I approve this message paid for by Warner for Georgia Medicare Open A Roman is here. Let me help you make the right choice. This is Robin Simple..

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"hutchins " Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"hutchins " Discussed on Iron Advocate

"Grandfather's house because they wanna scare them they wanna kinda turned him from what he's doing with regard to the involvement in this case and so my great grandfather tells my dad you're gonna stand on the porch with me. My dad is like whoa no bad idea right like i think we should go in house and that would be a much better place to hang out while this rally marches down the street and my grandfather says no we are going to stand on the front porch and look down the face of evil and so he has my dad's in with the front porch and he's got a shotgun with them right because he's not a stupid man but which he is still just one man standing out there with his grandson and when my dad used to tell me that story i used to always wonder like what would compel somebody to stand in that sort of a way in that sort of a danger like what would cause them to do that. And i realized that it was the power of the law to make ordinary people doing credible. Thanks right that. It was my rate grandfather's belief that the courts would realize this vision of a better america that he had for his grandson and my father and would would vindicate aptly. And so one of the first things i would tell students who are walking into this dream law school hybrid duty law that i was creating. What is that. The law gives you the power to do amazing things and that if we if we have in the power of the long the right way and if we quipped the right people to step into those places of power we can be an amazing country right like we can realize all of the incredible ideals that we want this country to be that this country constantly struggles with recognizing and the other thing that i would tell students is that fear is a powerful motivator. And it's not always a bad thing and that some of my best work has been done. Because i have felt a profound weight of responsibility to a client to cause to an issue to colleagues right but that that is where some of my best work is so rene..

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"hutchins " Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"hutchins " Discussed on Iron Advocate

"Thanks for being here. Rene delighted to be here if you are of course running You know running a law school the university district a school law and or as we like to me know nudie see law you dc law. Well we want to ask you is if you were running that or another law school and you had Just unfiltered control no politics. No boards of trustees no ab eight answer to whatsoever No bar passage rates to worry about. What does that wall school unlimited budget access to any kinda faculty. What's that wall schoolwork like all right. I rub her hands again. Say nine tells wall. School looks like his law. School looks like super small classes. This law school looks like a lot of intensive practical skills training intertwined with eerie literally from day. One this law school looks like mandatory clinics starting in the one year because i've got limitless resources. This law school looks like a student population that doesn't have to worry about by natural constraints because we are able to fund their tuition and fund. Their books make sure they have stable housing and wifi. Right that's what this law school looks like. This looks like a face where i could get topnotch speakers to come in every single week and talk to students about the amazing work that they're doing the law school actually doesn't look different than you. Dc law is just better resource. So that i can have smaller classes and more intensive training. The students happening so so. Let me ask you this. Those lawyers that that you're going to educate part. Udc and part dream also look at it or walking into the same sometimes miserable anxiety. Ridden fear based Stay on the wagon ruts. We've been doing it since the beginning of the country mindset. What are you telling those students at this law school you're describing about what they're gonna walk into because of course it's the only law operating like that right. What are you going to tell them. How did they deal with. What i just described is the actual practice when they get there so many time a couple of things so the first thing i'm gonna tell him is that the law has the amazing ability to transform ordinary people right so my my family has deep roots in the civil rights movement. So my dad's family's from south carolina and one of the one of the companion cases to brown versus board of was a case out clarendon county south carolina in so my great grandfather. My dad's grandfather was super involved in that case and as a result of his involvement in that case he attracted You know like the not so desirable attention of clan in south carolina in the forties. And he he was he was like a regular guy. My great grandfather was opponent porter. He believed deeply and education. he had Three sons who went off to be dentists and doctors he for deeply believed in education but he was very very involved in this case and he pulled together. A lot of the early lit against for this companion case for brown. But what are the interesting stories that my dad used to tell me and i'm really being long winded here but i'm going to try to wrap it up so one of the really interesting stories that my dad used to tell me about that. Time is when he was about nine or ten years old. The clan has planned a march and rally. That's going gonna go right in front of my.

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"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

Ablaze

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

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"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

Ablaze

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

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"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

Ablaze

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

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"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

Ablaze

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on Ablaze

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"hutchins " Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"hutchins " Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You're listening to rush's week in review hello Barbara J. should you know returnable thing happen the lead singer of this group Michael Hutchins was his name he died during you know people strangle themselves during sex trying to get the economy well didn't work for him he he assumed room temperature during the process is lead singer of the group they have been the same sense obviously hi greetings no no no no not me welcome back eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program email address or rush ball M. T. I. B. net dot U. S. I'll get back to the phones and just second I want to wanna mention a name dear Rick Grinnell Richard great now he has been named by president trump to take over the job director of national intelligence he's also trump's ambassador to Germany he will remain in trump's ambassador to Germany while remaining acting director of national intelligence this is the job James clapper hand for Obama the director of national intelligence overseas every intelligence agency CIA DIA defense intelligence agency to the National Security Agency the NSA there's a bunch of them and the DMI is actually a clearing house when collection point for all the Intel that is raises why clapper had a key role with John Brennan the CIA director in running the silent coup against president trump now the acting director that he replaced had to leave because acting directors can only serve for so long you can't put an acting director in forever they have to at some point be confirmed so Grinnell will not be there forever I don't know if trump is going to try to make it permanent or not but he does have a limited amount of time to get things done his job is to clear out every never Trumper he can find trump has finally gotten serious about this you know what happened tell you what happened I know no one have trump wins in twenty sixteen and it was a bruising battle there were gonna never trump Republicans and over the Paul Ryan establishment Republicans didn't like trump and trump attempted to forge an alliance by putting some establishment Republicans in his administration and even some never Trumpers remember I met with trump for the first time after his election in February it was it was here at Mar a Lago M. and pardon me if you've heard the story but remember we have people tuning in for the first time every every hour on this program and I'll never forget I met with him for an hour while walking all through Maryland ranks previous and Steve Bannon were with him and he said the one thing that surprised him this is a month into his ministry one thing surprised him what he thought that after this much time after a month that we'd be well on the way to unity in the country not just with Republicans and I was floored I was flabbergasted but I shouldn't have been trump loves everybody and he wants to be appreciated and loved by as many as possible I looked at him and I said Sir they are always gonna hate you they are never going to love you that didn't please if that's not gonna happen these people are not going to stop trying to undermine I was talking primarily about media and the left and he is not disappointed when I told him this but any rate he really tried to forge a common ground alliance at least on the Republican side with the people whose nose is rather join and who haven't worked against it and he did this for a couple of years and it it was very obviously very patient with it and now he's had it he's had it with all of it and that's what Rick when I was in there to do regret now and he will do it Rick great now is what is Harvard educated but that's not a deterrent in this case he's one of the most accomplished and one of the most brilliant achieved he is the I'm just going to do here is perfect for this job temporary director of national intelligence go in there get rid of like the people testified against from there are so many molds that are still in there and you know you hear trump talking about wanting to really reduce the staff the White House west wing staff he doesn't need as many people as ex presidents because he doesn't he's not undecided on some he knows what he wants to do on a whole lot of things he doesn't need fifteen advisors position papers and all this he doesn't need a bunch of malls in their undermining eman writing anonymous pieces in The Washington Post saying don't worry there's still some adults in here we're making sure trump won't do any damage this stuff frosted Grinnell was gonna find out these people are and in addition to that Grinnell is gonna is gonna have to set up the intelligence community in a way that's beneficial to the country and the trump as it should be that we may not hear of individuals can let go what have you unless they speak up but I just wanted to let you know if you heard about if you've heard the name Grinnell if you've heard about his appointment I just want to tell you is one of the best things trump could have done and I'm gonna tell you one thing else about Grinnell he is gay and it doesn't matter I hill of beans to me or anybody else who is supporting him in anything that he's doing one direction because I just want everybody to know that this guy is is openly is not and it's it's not a secret it isn't a big deal now let's see if the drive by media runs a series of story stories on my supporting this guy in his work I know it's not gonna happen but I just you will put it out there keep a sharp eye Rick Grinnell he's really ambassador Germany not acting director national until this is this is this is awesome even the timing you might think it's a day late dollar short dance happening in an election year it is it's a good thing to happen no matter when it happens here's jamming in grand rapids Michigan him great to have you on the EIB network hello megabit o'connor he on our question is now that they got one in what are they gonna go after his enabled our goal because the Clintons that all the Hollywood people who introduced the so called government students to get their job when do you know this is actually a very perceptive insightful question how much do you know about Harvey Weinstein before you're heard his name mentioned in this not a bit okay let me tell you about the guy he and his brother Bob formed a company named after their parents Miramax Miriam and Max and that was a Miramax motion pictures and they produced independent films and and some of them were some of the classiest pieces of work you've ever seen all could not believe that this Shelob wiring scheme could possibly produce such art I'm using their definitions for our clear definitions of quality his some of his not all of them but some of the movies were really really good they were always like cider house rules pro abortion they were always if there was a political aspect always leftist winds team aside from his Everton and Miramax was eventually bought out by Disney and they lost control of it so they set up a brand new company he and his brother called the wind Steen pictures or something but he was hated he was despised and feared he was one of the biggest bullies Hollywood ever knew he was the guy and he wasn't the first but he took a lobbying and paying for Oscars to a new level he took open political associations and donations to a new level he was side by side with bill and Hillary Clinton and he might have been on on on Jeffrey Epstein's jet a bunch of times I don't know he was side by side with Barack Obama this guy was given money to Democrats left and right and he was expecting all kinds of policy pay back for it including access and I'll never forget when when the portraits of bill and Hillary were unveiled and I think it was still the first year of the George W. bush administration this is an annual it's a thing the previous presidents portraits always unveiled after he leaves office so whoever succeeds trump is going to have to host that ceremony when trump's official portrait for the White House is on bail there's Harvey Weinstein in the front row after bill and Hillary Clinton so the question when are his enablers going to be held a week is valid you have no idea what a big important question this is Jim because every body knew how hard the wind Steen operated and worked every Harvey Weinstein defines ugly can we be honest in in the feminist world Harvey Weinstein is the pig but actresses have to work actresses want to work with hardy white he's not alone with Harvey Weinstein there's certain things you have to do and what are the things you have to do you had to make the pilgrimage to his hotel suite in Beverly hills I've stayed in that suite I have been in the rooms were all that happened I prop yes I have I didn't know it at the time don't don't misunderstand this I was not the point is that's an added bit of information actually irrelevant and useless deal just just pointing it out the fact is they all knew everybody there knew they were scared to death because of who Harvey knew in the political world they were scared because Harvey himself was known to you is every bit of his power as a Hollywood mogul could damage so he was they were classically for so when you say has like you mention Oprah I don't think Oprah was so much an enabler is she was scared to death of a man trying to stay on his good side well let me ask you Mister you think you think Oprah Winfrey actually helped enable Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuse of actresses thank you that's what she was doing or where she does not speaking up because she's scared to death look over doesn't want this kind of controversy anyway she's studiously avoided all of this kind of stuff or entire crawl toward cries for crying out loud she takes platitude list positions are left wing issues like crazy burning in socialist though she never get specific and when things are going well she gives the audience a car.

Michael Hutchins Barbara J.
"hutchins " Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on 790 KABC

"Himself to be the shield for all the owners like everything you just mentioned I guess far as whether you're talking of the legal issues what you're talking about the issues with the lead is mishandled with regards to violence against women what you're talking about opioids downing everything head injuries and Hutchins I mean the list goes on and on and he sees that Roger Goodell is mishandled now the Colin Kaepernick issue it's not right what we have to remember that it's not Roger get out that's keeping Colin Kaepernick office teams it's the thirty one billion airs and the Green Bay Packers who are keeping Colin Kaepernick off their genes and and so but Roger Goodell is the one who gets the flak for use wet and they called in the sixties as the as the flag captures yeah that's thirty million so here's the deal you're gonna get a little line yeah and here's thirty five million for trouble or whatever exactly exactly cake the slings and arrows take the shots from all of the media people the public opinion all the rest of it and in return here's the money I got an arms here that he plays off a lot of the powerful owners like you're my dad I listen he does this whole emotional best best guy you're my mentor or shocks I do anything for you kind of things by the way I would do I would donate organs for thirty five million dollars a year in advance of the need you know I mean before I let you go I gotta ask you about this other schedule Dodgers angels responded as astro sign sign stealing allegations that they were in the tunnel watching the catchers signals in and seeing what what the pictures throwing so this is that wide ranging is a is is going to be huge outrage is it are they looking at stats to see how and when and who and what to do and you Darvish out of the fact that and you know is going to blow up in anything or no I think it's gonna blow up too much because baseball has this very odd relationship with cheating where certain things are considered gamesmanship in other things are considered absolutely verboten to the sanctity of the game and so I'm waiting to see is like where does this fall upon like **** Perry using spit balls people just sort of smiled and said that told Terry and that's okay yet players using steroids or that that's on a whole different category of what you're not allowed to do and people act like you know that that there's been some sacrilegious taking place so I want to see which side of that line this particular issue falls upon whether it's going to be seen as a good gamesmanship whether it's going to be seen as abject cheating and if it's seen as cheating you could see some had roles in Houston where there have been a lot of critiques after this last World Series about the culture of that franchise and they had a fire of course there's just in general manager right before the World Series I have it on good authority that that was terrible distraction to the team even though they said it wasn't so there are questions about culture with the Houston Astros so they get the link to a broader issue in Houston this could become a much bigger story using a gun issue but they've because you're immersed in all the time I am against the Olympics coming to LA this is the only extant didn't have an overrun because of broth Peter Ueberroth they needed a city badly he said fine we'll do this but you eat any over run every other Olympic has been devastating to read to their home towns over runs and costs and taxes in infrastructure because the Olympic committee you got arrested there you got the you know hotel some rest the most powerful Fishel's amber what soccer of these global bodies seem to have corruption issues and yet it's it's there's corruption there's a big story and then as we got to get this in our city you couldn't be more correct John Carlos the nineteen sixty the limping and he likes to say that the reason why it takes the Olympics about have the Olympics every four years that it takes them four years to count the money we have to realize that the money is not dispersed equally even that but they sell the lie that it would that it'll all boats will rise but it'll be this massive right cool down a fact you host the Olympics but the opposite is true I've covered every Olympics since two thousand four and and the one thing I can tell you based on what I've seen is that the only common thread between the Olympics is dat displacements and then the militarization of public space go it happens to greater or lesser degrees in different cities but it does happen whether you're Beijing whether you're so G. R. whether your loss and so on and here we are applauding it and you look the other way go are we nuts what we just do again and then they rationalize it we don't have to build a ton infrastructure which have some and you go yeah but look at the potential for downside as opposed to the upside so thank you for pointing that out I thought I was nuts every single adults have to ours to some to some degree or a large degree not so good for the city Dave I thank you for coming on these are as a sports editor at the nation close to the edge of sports podcast the coast of W. P. F. W.'s the collision wooden Thomas calmest breasts of an author of quite a few books including game over how politics is during the sports world completely upside down the website Dave's Iran dot com also at edge of sports is the Twitter and Dave I thank you for coming on without you on again so much more I'd like to ask I'd love to thank you so much you can get into Lance Armstrong in the tour de France right believe everybody should be able to do whatever drugs they want because it's so hard and and just go for it I think they do I think you're right I think we gave the okay thank you David it himself or not KBC Hey it's Gillian and if you've been following my journey you know that I've been through a lot of anxiety and pain this past year if you've had a cancer diagnosis you know exactly what I'm talking about you know that I would continue with the exam pains and talk about CBD oil I used to put it in my bath for aches and pains and I'll tell you what I did with it under my tongue did a few drops for anxiety but when I got diagnosed everybody sent me C. D. samples and I did try a lot the one that really works is green past science why green path works for me it's organic it's third party tested and certified by the serial number it traces it back to its source but get this is my favorite part it also comes with a calibrated delivery system and a log so that you can figure out exactly your dose and that's what sets it apart.

Hutchins
"hutchins " Discussed on AlgaTalk

AlgaTalk

09:15 min | 3 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on AlgaTalk

"Oh wow really does she was amazing I'm curious to the Ellen was she I suppose I can't remember when I first heard because the name was always around that my family my great great grand don't in the Irish team great great creature to the state AH overdoing it and it goes into until I heard from some tremendous amount I think as well to raise her profile than Ireland to talk took it's a bit like it feels like a bit like a relay race on that the moments China cross-eyed Herdman and the other stark aside Angela Donovan and new I in Galway he written absolutely wonderful it's an occasional paper that was me notes and that came out to nineteen ninety nine it's been read by people she was asked by Dawson Turner to produce a list of all the plants in the neighborhood here's the first floor of this area but it was never published it was meant to be published by the concussed but Mitchell was the first time her mistress pitched while Ah core coding having young lady tonight to the been bits and bobs but eighteen fifteen we also put a block on the church she's buried in unmarked grave terp period so I don't think that huge significance had great it's so look at the that help cheek increasing the outstanding a perceptive and indefinitely I'm definitely feel like we to absolutely it's got that response to the story Ah I think the more people will learn about seaweed or Ellen I think they'll oh algae's really this could do that it's you know we we could use it this way sometimes discovering her to be a step forward in that direction says exquisite little beaches little treasures beautiful descriptions of a hand lands most of the models children haven't before will compliment when they lost you literally opening up their eyes to a whole new world absolutely is the puzzles of the science chiquet -sually says visit comment about it's very interesting that you only live such a young life but that even Particularly I think the fact that she did everything so young yes her and you could actually do it and I think it's a great encouragement issues tackling there's a there's a website which is Ellen Hutchins dot com and you wrote Pantry and it's tells her story and it doesn't in wins in it it's got some joins got permission from Kyushu. Says is some finances in all kinds of material and somebody wanted to purchase this book they could find it on the website ace technical challenges no fantastic enjoy bench Komo well hopefully they'll be more festivals and interview with Madeline Hutchins and Francis Gallagher about this great five there are many others there as much the fathers and there are the mothers of Ecology put out there for instance we have an AP be out for Mary e parts.

"hutchins " Discussed on AlgaTalk

AlgaTalk

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on AlgaTalk

"He could say L. A. Knew what she was up to the whole thing there's something very special droids were they were able to convey even to this day she still influencing all these people salute jacobite place if you want to study seaweeds in the pre Charlotte's and on and on with another episode part two of the Ellen hutchins interview with Madeline Assis- why it's important to honor this great woman of course explore the early psychologist for one is Dawson Turner and we're going to explore Ellen hutchins festival this past so you were talking does that with his daughters to teach them how to do the samples education he goes to sixty said it from very sad circumstances that because I took shots ourselves but it's also uses them as as Labor if you like they produced I pulled different time there is being up at six in the morning menaces to be race-tinged haven't lost your friend either rights puts in after writes back to say that his wife has take God's called he says that I love you to be her because when she's older and she teaches various nephews and nieces personate as well is written to Dawson Tanna that have been very carefully catalogued and bound helped binding them and nutrients in its it is she's in with the possibility of time absolutely daughters science or give them a different set of skills and what it had managed to travel to to Dawson terrorists places Medicis Ellen petitions he was also mentoring is to push anyone who's professor of Botany in Glasgow and then he becomes absolutely fascinating Elderly mother brother she never even got W we we can take she.

"hutchins " Discussed on AlgaTalk

AlgaTalk

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on AlgaTalk

"Hey Topless nurse welcome to another episode of Talk I know it's been wild since we have had a talk about you I really really really apologize for that but as most of you know summer is the busy Z.. Season the company I worked for has been farming tons of algae so I've been a little busy and I really apologize for that and in the future it's going to be a little bit difficult to try to get episodes out every two weeks so I hope you guys understand and allow me the space to be able to find good interviews tried to get into good subjects we're gonNA throw in a couple of more with Yvonne and I of course in the future and you know we're going to keep moving forward because that's what Alga talk is all about and I it's been a long way centralized episode over a month and I promise you this episode has been worth away I've been working on it and it is very fascinating we are going to go back into our allergy time machine go all the way back again and visit Ellen hutchins because this time we have a connection to the past which is Madeleine Hudson who is the Great Great Grand Niece of Ellen Hutchins or in English terms the great great great niece of Ellen Hutchins now of course this is going to be very interesting and we're GONNA go over a lot of subjects and because of that and because of in the past I've understood people think maybe the episodes a little bit too long maybe there's a lot of information to take in off in a short amount of time maybe we listen to them we're going to try to make them shorter or an and try to make them around twenty minutes and try to make is that time as important to you as it is for us we're trying to spread the word about algae and of course one of those things is to recognize people important to algae and Ellen Hutchins is very important I believe that we wouldn't have modern psychology that we that we have today if it wasn't mm for ellen hutchins and island Hutchins has eight dramatic life story we only slightly go over it but you can see that she's an honorable smart and at her silhouette she kind let's beautiful it would be great interview her and we could actually go into our algae time machine but we have the second base thing which of course is Madeleine Hutchings of course you remember we talked about Ellen Hutchins the first female botanist of Ireland with Francis Gallagher and what's important is is that as Francis Madeleine talked about is that Ellen Hutchins is very important to the research in the early parts of pychology she gives them a lot of the samples she's able to address certain things in issues that are needed to be dealt with and she's able to do it in a very professional way for a very young lady who sadly died at a very young age and I'm very excited to see that cue gardens is actually honoring Ellen Hutchins was an exhibit and they extended it was only supposed to go until November first but they've extended in November twenty second maybe ALGA talks say because we've taken so long but it reality it's a good time to be able to go doubt about this incredible woman who is able to start science and bought me and ecology in specific in the right direction and this woman does need to be honored because Alka talk we may talk a lot about history but in my own personal opinion I believe honoring our past leads us into our future when we recognize the research done before the right or wrong we learn something for the president so I think there's so much to learn from this woman I think it's so important to learn from her and without further ado here's my interview part one of my interview of Madeleine Hutchins and Francis calendar talk about the great queen of Bantry Bay she died in Eighteen fifteen so in twenty fifteen the suggestion was to do a celebration offer because the never happened basically historically version completely forgotten except in the very specialised areas of botany that she was involved in Wichita vicissitude seaweeds the other cryptocurrenices twelve so the first started inbound which has to do with the idea was to celebrate her life but through her life story to celebrate in the country bay I mean she loved the mountains just.

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"hutchins " Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"hutchins " Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"No, I told you pedigree and Hutchings both these cliff Pettigrew ROY Hutchins wants a neighbor of yours, ROY my next door neighbor and pedigrees Buckler my Carucci your crew chief where at where I work at BNB Construction cO trying to get my area twenty get the facts straight here. But I've said about a billion billion times every time on the show of talk about those two dick liquors. Okay. You'd have to get on. Right now. What if he called me? He didn't call you anything. He's talking about those two guys watch it. You gotta be gotta be careful with the language. You've got to be careful with the language when you said dick liquor, but we come on. Yeah. He implodes. I bring them back up here. Steve absurd forgiving Mr. Henry because you're on digital on on on on new media. You can say any dirty words that you want. Yeah. Pretty much, but we like to keep it on this show. We consider ourselves to be a little bit classier than most. So we try to what are you laughing at give me a break. I mean, I've heard you give you a break. We do try to keep it classy. It's pretty impossible with you guys. Let's fill blade me starting to kept blameless. Only yourself to blame. That's right only yourself to blame. Excuse me. Zell talked to my crew you can just bought out. All I'm trying to you could just blood out. Okay. Well, nothing. All right. Okay. So you want? All right. So let's yes, let's get back to you. Steve. I wanna pull off because I'm driving, and I'm I'm drinking coffee, and I'm getting nervous. So if you don't mind to pull off, and I'm not feeling all that good either. Do you want us to Klay back another time? No, no, it's okay. Kind of. I'm gonna pull over your limit. Over here you fill. I'm just talking to day pack. He's one of my my work. Right here. Just right here, man. Oh shit. Oh, jesus. Cute it up and everything. Laugh..

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