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French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe resigns, government reshuffle expected

Morning Edition

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe resigns, government reshuffle expected

"And France. Meanwhile, government changes are underway. French president Emmanuel Macron has appointed a new French prime minister to replace Edouard Philippe, who has resigned amid an expected government reshuffle. Jeanne Coste ex who coordinated Frances virus reopening strategy will work place Felipe Macron hopes to refresh government for the two remaining years of his current term. Focusing on efforts to relaunch the French economy after the pandemic.

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Houston state rep on the role of cops in schools

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | Last week

Houston state rep on the role of cops in schools

"As part of a larger debate on police reform there is a growing spotlight on the officers that patrol public schools activists say they shouldn't be allowed to arrest students Houston state Rep Jeanne Lewis an attorney who represents kids in the juvenile justice system says schools need to do their jobs instead of expecting police to address all whole list of emotional issues it was a mark always to break up fights and do other nonsense like that but you don't need to talk to do they shouldn't be doing those things in the first place is gonna send the increase of cops on campus since the Columbine school shooting activists say they serve a small role in need to be replaced with more counselors who can help troubled kids instead of arresting

Jeanne Lewis Attorney Houston State Rep Columbine School
Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays, dies

Morning Edition

02:24 min | Last month

Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays, dies

"The artist Christo has died Christo and his wife is on cloud were ambitious with their public art projects they built these massive installations that were both adored and also despised Cristo died of natural causes at his home in New York City yesterday he was eighty four years old here's NPR's Elizabeth Blair artist Christo yep a chaff was born in Bulgaria his father was a chemist and businessman who worked in textiles Cristo met John Clyde in Paris in nineteen fifty eight they were big dreamers who often needed years to get permission to build their projects they wrapped urban landmarks in fabrics like the pun nerf in Paris they scattered brightly colored umbrellas across valleys in Japan in California they surrounded islands in Biscayne Bay in floating pink fabric John Clyde died in two thousand nine at an event marking the opening of the gates in two thousand five she explains their artistic vision we wish to create are works of art of Chilean beauty and each one is a child of ours and we wish to create them in total freedom to maintain that freedom crystalline Sean Claude finance their projects with their own money off and spending millions of dollars Christopher said the funds came from sales of his early works to collectors and museums lots of people objected to their enormous installations on public land either because they didn't understand them or worried about damage to the environment one example an installation that called for draping panels of fabric above sections of the Arkansas River a group that successfully opposed the project it called itself a brewer or rags over the Arkansas River one of its members Ellen potter talked to NPR in twenty twelve I don't particularly considered an art project this is a construction project in in my view but Cristo embraced the detractors all that is part of the one who flocked to the work of art in well everything people who dislike or like the project they're part of the work of art Christo and Jeanne Claude wanted their art to transform the environment they worked on whether it was a single building islands or entire just as they wrote that even after the art is gone we see and perceive the whole environment with new eyes and a new consciousness

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Biden's search for a running mate is underway

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:32 sec | Last month

Biden's search for a running mate is underway

"Joe Biden's presidential campaign is shifting into another gear with the search for a running mate getting under way corresponded Bo Erickson reports the list is narrowing sources familiar with the process tell CBS news one of the most notable asks is to one of his former democratic presidential primary rivals Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's CBS news can also confirm that New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen was asked by biting to be vetted but she has declined to move forward Biden says he expects the vetting process to take five to

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Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to undergo vetting to be running mate

Sean Hannity

00:27 sec | Last month

Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to undergo vetting to be running mate

"Hard Joe Biden search for a woman to fill out the democratic presidential ticket is moving into a new phase CBS's bill Rakoff with the latest CBS news can confirm the Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar was asked by the biting campaign to undergo vetting for potential running mates slot also confirm that new Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen was also asked but she declined to move forward previously Biden said his list of women politicians he's considering is around a

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Rep. Dean Phillips on the coronavirus relief package

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

02:54 min | Last month

Rep. Dean Phillips on the coronavirus relief package

"Do you think's going to happen with this latest relief package the three trillion dollars pass narrowly through the house but it probably doesn't have a prayer of getting through the Senate politically at least not right now right here it doesn't fall and and and we knew that and it you know I I wish Congress operated the the way that any good faith negotiation I would play out and sometimes it does sometimes it doesn't but yeah the bill on which we voted the other day we all know it's not going anywhere in the Senate will not be signed by the president but I put down some markers that establishes the basis for negotiation I am assuming that Mr McConnell in the Senate and the White House are willing to sit down which I trust they will I do believe in the coming a couple weeks we are we will negotiate a box full our actionable plan to provide the relief that we have to and while disappointed that I we can't use our work quickly with all the suffering and you know this is how the process works and it is the beginning but surely not in Jeanne I'm I'm just curious congressman there's never a good time for a pandemic many are comparing what we're going through now to the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen you literally have to go back over a century for a similar moment in time with a global pandemic and the fact that it's coming now during a previous presidential re election how do we prevent the two from becoming hopelessly intertwined in that every time there's a new development with corona virus and a vaccine that it doesn't get spun by political pundits or political operatives I mean to me it it just seems like we're we're juggling hanger in age right now I agree Paul yeah I I've I've studied in nineteen eighteen that pandemic particularly how Minnesota and more specifically how many applicants think all handled it and are those who looked into it will know that yeah there were some differences and even back in nineteen eighteen over a hundred years ago a lot of the same anxiety and protests and dismay was occurring in our own community back then your debating what our approach was correct which one what what's overkill I what what the not so you know we're we're Americans that our culture demand thoughtful debate and robust deliberation I'm not surprised by that but I am disappointed and and frankly concerned that you know once again yeah our sides are taken politics works its way into something that should be unifying you know not polarizing and and not devices but until our country fellow countrymen and women are willing to help pursue facts are identified through and then debate until that happens it's going to be complicated

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Social media influencers could encourage adolescents to follow social distancing guidelines, say researchers

Ron St. Pierre

00:47 sec | Last month

Social media influencers could encourage adolescents to follow social distancing guidelines, say researchers

"University of Cambridge researchers have found that public health organization should consider hiring social media influencers to encourage adolescents to follow social distancing guidelines as many adolescents are choosing to ignore it the guidelines that are set forth during this corona virus pandemic the study leader here's professor Sarah Jeanne Blake born she said adolescence look to the appears to understand social norms and align their behavior with the group that they want to belong to so the speed and the extent of peers influence online is likely to be amplified because social media has such a wide an immediate reach influences could post videos or photos online for example showing how they're following social distancing rules by staying at home and add tags to

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"jeanne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:11 min | 2 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"As he has your storm team forecast now live from the annex wealth management studios and radio city here's Jeanne Miller a couple three stories in the journal Sentinel yesterday morning part of their corona virus coverage they've pretty much been asking folks that work in hospitals healthcare facilities nursing homes Hey what are you seeing because these places aren't necessarily being very up front and they've got the the response is not to back it up they talk about couple in nursing homes in the area Ellis care center within the course of three weeks eight residents died from corona virus that's as per medical examiner reports it residents of Brea of Trinity village another nursing home this one on the north west side of Milwaukee died of corona virus in that same period family members of residents of both forms of administrators have not been open about the number of cases of deaths even as the fertility is monitored the paper says they also said administrators took days to return phone calls in some cases never did meanwhile the paper says local public health officials decline to confirm that the nursing homes have positive cases at all citing privacy concerns a spokeswoman for Ellis care center with that answer questions from the journal Sentinel book how many residents or staff at the facility of tested positive or died she confirmed there were covert nineteen cases there and sits there for in the presence of testing all resident also wrote that the facility began distancing residents from each other and that staff have more than enough protective equipment they did not address the reports that hospital workers and family members were unable to reach employees at the nursing home stating only that a verbal report is provided to the hospital for each patient at the time of transport to the hospital the west there was health commissioner telling the paper well you wouldn't tell them he would not confirm the name of the of the facility or number of cases or deaths in a statement the department confirmed an outbreak in a facility but did that specify the type or name citing privacy concerns disclosing the details of the facility does that serve the public or does that serve to protect the public the statement said that flies in the face of what of the medical services director for Milwaukee county is seeing doctor Ben Weston he encouraged facilities to be transparent with patients and family members personally I think the more transparency we can offer the better Weston said so I think there's unified coordinated efforts across the county to figure out how to best achieve that family members of residents both thirsting homes reported administrators haven't shared information about their loved ones conditions or the number of infections among residents or staff privacy concerns really when they look at what they had to the county health department saying he'd be open and transparent well and I would just think if you were going to be open and transparent you don't have to worry about down the road the Iranian if something comes out it's a it's it's already out there you're in front of it already especially in this era where we're talking about contact tracing and going backwards to see where the outbreaks are absolutely the paper reporting a separate story they contacted ten individuals who head cold at nineteen or lost loved ones in Milwaukee during the first few weeks only three of those ten said they were interviewed as part of a contract tracing including a woman who said she was interviewed by the state a week after the city mistakenly confused her with her sister the city's health commissioner genet Kowalik saying the department's working to improve its performance but we definitely need to do better she said then the stuff about the medical professionals for scared for our lives one of them says in the paper yesterday seventeen percent of Wisconsin coronavirus cases involve health care employees the state department of health services says health care providers could also come for a chunk of the twenty five percent of cases where an occupation isn't listed on test forms to go into detail about some hospital chains offering what would surely call combat pay or hazardous P. others not in the roof this is causing among staff one that did offer it then pulled it back and not offering it there's a lot going on out there that we're just beginning to find out about is the city and county and state battle Corbett nineteen sports is next with brandy sponsored by holiday automotive highway twenty three in front of like holiday.

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Amy Schumer changed her son's name because it sounded like 'genital'

The Bobby Bones Show

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Amy Schumer changed her son's name because it sounded like 'genital'

"A lunch box was telling me that Amy Schumer want to change your baby's name etcetera she changed it after being a it's a year old and she decided that she didn't like the way it sounded when you say it out loud because the names was Jean I tell what wait a minute you would name your kid Gina tell as in genital who in the world especially someone that uses words for a living like that's what she does she crafts words to make people feel a certain way and yeah she said that I realize it sounds like genital and I had to change it for a year she what was that what's the bigger story here that she named her kid Gina tell or that she changed it after a year that's crazy other stories you change it I don't know how you change your baby's name after a year that's a little weird to me wow what does that with the changes here yeah Jeanne David Fisher you know there are other kid view all there you go I'm my mind is blown right now that someone who is supposedly smart could do something that dumb you would think it's saying it all together that someone go and give me that sounds like a you know a nadie

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"jeanne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"City here's Jeanne Miller revert back after nine eleven among the many things as we wrap their heads around what was happening in life after those horrific events there is the fact that there were certain words you couldn't say or using conversation like terror terrorism unless you're speaking directly to what it happened and you just couldn't you know you didn't want to sound like you're being even mildly flip phones or ignorant of what was going on in the world it took awhile for that to change I think what's going on now is you the side eye if you cough or sneeze all I've been hearing this from so many people you know doing a grocery run or something like that and you have the slightest sniffling everyone around looks at you like okay here can you're you know you're saying you're infected the S. got worse was talking but less than WTMJ knight said he confronted somebody at spectrum place the cable store sure and does there were two chairs I guess fortunes in this case it's not like right next to the chair first thing it's got set the chair to get away from the line he said it was social distancing says because it's not right next to him and then starts coughing with this mobile all down dozen coffee was elbowed nothing just he said what do you do what do you do do you know do away the finger DSA politely Hey you know cover every month to get indignant and go okay what the hell I wouldn't go the indignant route I don't think that's going to work but a gentle reminder you know Sir do you realize that that is spewing out through this entire office now and if you have the do you know the virus then we're all going to have to do I'm super not confrontational I would probably just like you know you get up and leave I will leave that would you'd probably just sit there and do nothing in it like I'm just I think a lot of people are probably like me were they be like you if you could not say anything now I'm non confrontational but there's a point where I'll go off but I tell you what maybe maybe this is a guy thing first thing I think can I take a if this if this guy not a fight or not fight for anybody since first grade but the first thing I think is if this guy gets up in my grill will I be able to do something about it other people around who can help you do it yeah where's the posse at my back five worse is listening next time take a picture of this guy because we're going to see if you can take you know try to judge that seven fourteen brandy.

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Dems thwart Senate Republicans on 2 abortion-related bills

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Dems thwart Senate Republicans on 2 abortion-related bills

"Today sharp rebuke from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is blasting Senate Republicans for focusing on to anti abortion bills during the corona virus outbreak he says there's room for both parties to meet in the middle and come together to protect women New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen a Democrat telling WBZ newsradio these bills are divisive to the corpus legislation is unnecessary and designed to drive a wedge between women and their doctors the fact is women should have access to reproductive healthcare that was guaranteed under roe V. Wade it's important for women to make decisions in conjunction with their doctors and their families the government Mitch McConnell Donald Trump should not be making these decisions the bills restrict late term abortions and also impose criminal penalties on doctors who perform those procedures another one of the bills requiring doctors to try to save the life of any baby born after an

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"jeanne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"At noon I'm Jeanne wax or if you missed our top story the three year old girl from a pop guy who's a doctor at this morning has been found safe in Tallahassee an amber alert was sent out around ten for Madeline me here and right before new we found out she is safe and for people are in custody Apopka police chief Mike McKinley says the child's father left Madeline is front yard and went inside to get his car keys just after six this morning and that's when he heard his daughter screen and saw are being put in a black Honda and they fled the area it follows that vehicle for quite some time before return here he did not have a phone to call the police department report the induction Kelly says the father lost sight of the suspect's car on I seventy five in Marion County and then FHP told us in Tallahassee they found Madeline in a car with four other people inside and right now we're waiting to learn more about who took her and why and another week another major change the eye for that you need to know about it if you're driving around this noon you're seeing this it's not a new exit but the road now looks different in a busy area over the weekend the westbound lanes of I. four between park street in Idaho Boulevard removed over into their final foot print just another change to the interstate something drivers have become accustomed to thanks to the ongoing I for ultimate improvement project I think the people who don't know the area will have a she is the people who know Orlando they know colonial they know the different routes you can take it won't be a problem if they know how to time and just this morning after not reopen that temporary left hand exit from my four westbound on the colonial drive which actually exits at lake Ivanhoe your old movie news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. there is a new exit okay Kevin yeah this weekend in that exact stretch that we're talking about eye for between part I've been how actually saw an accident on I. four west bound there and then I heard an accident on I. for eastbound in that exact same area that nearly the exact same time yeah and I think that one person kind of summed it up the best you know for people who live here in Orlando it's already kind of a lot to deal with yeah we talked about slowdowns rather do colonial exit big time shift downtown imagine being from out of town a just have a comment to get dropped on this you know especially over by the attractions we talk about down in that area obviously were lights were sort of universal area I drive and all that that some of the most Kirby parts of the road so yeah it's never a dull moment on that highway also you can see footage of what you can is talking about we got that our Instagram page richer follows the news ninety six point or news ninety six five W. D. B. O. fits well twenty here on Orlando's news at noon weather in traffic every six minutes pretty beautiful out hot to start your week and it's going to stay hot as we keep on going channel nine Eyewitness News meteorologist rusty betrayed he's got the five day forecast what about U. S. heating and air conditioning friends it's gonna be a lovely Monday across.

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Warren's Organization Faces Second Test In New Hampshire

AM Joy

09:59 min | 5 months ago

Warren's Organization Faces Second Test In New Hampshire

"This is not a time to you. Say the lucid. This is a time to step up and when we see a big problem offer a big solution. I shouldn't have to fight for it. I'm not running a race that has been shaped by a bunch of consultants. I'm not offering a bunch of proposals that have been carefully designed not to offend big donors. I pass at stop sign a long time ago. Good morning we're incredible answer but we are just forty eight. Our primary those comments by Senator Elizabeth Warren which appear to be directed at people to judge underscore the frustration that many democratic women you are feeling at the sheer dismissal of Warren and the other women candidates by people who are getting pulled by some voters and yes by much of the media. I mean she does have a point because when you look at. The field of candidates took to the stage in New Hampshire this week. It's really hard to argue that the two strongest candidates representing the moderate and the progressive wings of the Party. You weren't the two women who shared the New York Times endorsement for President which was also weird namely Senators Warrant and eight which are so. Why is it that the female candidates hates who come to the table with experience? Actual plans are not gaining as much traction as their male counterparts. CNN poll leading up to the debate underscores the point all all three women candidates who remain in the Race Elizabeth Warren Amy Klobuchar and Tulsa Gabbard our polling below ten percent among New Hampshire voters. We're now learning from the Boston Globe. WBZ tracking poll. That is the only female candidate who benefited with a three point. Bump from Friday night's debate and that apparent excitement helped her. The campaign raised two point. Five million dollars since the debate. No Word Yet from the Warren campaign of any fundraising updates with New Hampshire almost in the rear view mirror. What does that mean if anything as Democrats headed to more diverse states like Nevada and South Carolina at the end of the month have Democrats writ large decided that they try to woman candidate and and it didn't work and so now it's a man only game or is gender just not a factor in how Democratic voters are choosing their candidate? Joining me now. Is James pendle political reporter for the Boston Globe. Kimberly Atkins MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR and senior Washington correspondent for Wvu are and Beth who's MSNBC senior politics editor the senior politics editor. Thank you guys for being here. James Start with you. It does seem like women are doing well in terms of presenting plans branding themselves. They can do candidates but not doing well in the polls what. What can we read into that here in New Hampshire well clearly right now is on on the upswing after that debate performance when it comes to Elizabeth Warren her fall remember? She had a huge rise. She was leading in Iowa and New Hampshire for about two months in in the fall. It's not like it didn't happen. Her her fall has been confounding. A lot of people want to tie it to the Medicare for all there may be something else going on. What is very interesting to me all week? It's been looking at this question of gender because in New Hampshire more than any other state probably in the country it has a tradition of electing women. The office it was the first state in United States history that had a full female delegation to Washington. Is You know the senior senator from this state. Jeanne Shaheen choose the first woman in American history to serve both as a female as governor Senator and the second is the other senator from the name of Your magazine and so I've been curious where is is gender going to play. I talked to a lot of women. Here who really really want a woman nominee and they were confused about where exactly they should go Warren was not that obvious. Choice in the end this campaign and I think that probably is a factor in if I played this game but it is a factor any any Cobra Shar for example. Clarity Iowa she was clearly the story. She was clearly out of the race because she wasn't Warren. Obviously I do think would be doing a lot better here in Nisa the thinking that a lot of people have this. I'm going to go to cut three just for my producers that this is this is what a lot of women here would hear men talking about women candidates in general. This is our colleague. Donny Deutsch sharking on morning. Joe About warned on Friday. Take it with her. Is it certain. There's a certain strident to her. That do we want to invite her in to our bedrooms in our living rooms every day for four years. I think she has the same issue burning as I don't think it's a gender issue. I think it's a likeability issue and you know I think we have to be careful. I think an amazing woman would be a great antidote to John's point earlier a different definition of strength. If you weld strength the strength but in a different way but I I don't think Elizabeth Warren problem has been that. She's a would the likable thing. Right I don't get it because she actually reminds reminds me of all the other soccer MOMS on ice to soccer mom. She actually seemed quite likable to me. I don't get that but that is the thing that's hung on her. It's very gendered critique because Bernie Sanders and she if you compare them which one is sort of more invite him to dinner. I don't know but I'm not sure that she loses that fight but she is losing the fight for the to being the lead in the progressive wing the messaging of it is hurting her. Absolutely if you talk to Democrats they say that they like Elizabeth Warren. She's not unlikable. That doesn't bear out when you speak to voters and it doesn't bear out in the police now. Some of them say well. I like her a lot. I'm not sure she's my first choice. That's a different things. Yeah that's not the thing that's being hung on her. What is happening is just you have a structured race and she'd have to pull from other people and so far the other candidates that she might pull from someone like Joe Biden is getting those votes if they are being pulled their pulled? Oh by people to judge I think that is the known factor that that wasn't anticipated. I think right now we also have to remember. I know we talked about this. A Lot. More here in New Hampshire Iowa New Hampshire or a tiny part of the electorate it right now the name of the game. It's having enough money to stay in this for the next several contests a month from now. This race will look entirely different as it moves onto Nevada and South Carolina Super Tuesday. And so. That's what the Amy Klobuchar fundraising number was so important. If she can stay in it. Yeah you don't know what comes after Biden can only go up. Big Question is what happens to warns. Yeah absolutely and do they have to keep going supposed to Super Tuesday. Has Like one hundred thousand states in California. Don't Walsh Pals at my pal wrote a piece in the nation about the ratio worn and she writes the following from the moment cable network switched from her caucus night. Rally speech to Biden's Warren has been virtually erased as the fight for first replace continues into Thursday. I've watched Cable News and Cable News Channels mentioned Warren only in passing if at all MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell had been one exception featuring during an interview with Warren Wednesday night and Thursday. She was hosted by Chris. So there is a meeting it back to the other side of that. Media factor is advertising. So whenever I go to a city you you know in these elections. I watch a lot of local news and there are a lot of advertising in from Tulsi Gabbard. Who all over TV? I didn't see a lot of advertising Elizabeth Warren. So she's not getting the free we media out of cable news coverage and she's not getting paid media a lot of it at least from what I saw in New Hampshire so far. So is this a media problem as much as it is messaging problem. You know what I think about when I'm here in New Hampshire is in two thousand eight. When Barack Obama came out of Iowa with this huge head of steam and he seemed to be steamrollering to the nomination? We've got to New Hampshire. They headed debate. That was what Barack Obama said to Hillary. Clinton you're likable enough. Hillary speaking of likeable and two days later she shocked everyone including including the media and beat him in New Hampshire and set off that cage match to the very end with Iraq Obama. was you know one for the history books. So the whole issue of women and likeability has played out here in very very prominent ways. And we're seeing at once again in New Hampshire on the question that Johnny brought up that you addressed. So here's the thing. Is it an issue of ability polity. We're just an issue in New Hampshire and everywhere else of people being terrified to nominate the wrong candidate. Everyone wants to be president trump. They're looking at this field. They're not sure who the right candidate is do that. That's why we've seen this kind of muddled factor and Elizabeth Warren probably there is a fear that because Hillary Clinton Twenty sixteen did not beat president trump even though everybody expected affected her to was it. A factor of gender and is it wrong is not the best idea to a nominate a woman. That's a woman did not beat him last time. I think that is one of those things that people. We're trying to consider when you're looking at this large field. Everyone's being a pundit New Hampshire two thousand eight race because that was also raised a talked about how you lose being able to be how you win because remember on the one hand for Hillary Clinton. She had that moment where she teared up the day before Mary she's likable again. Sort of acting. Additionally Women Leeway but Barack Doc Obama's yes we can speech was his losing speech in New Hampshire it ended up rocketing him forward because yes we can then became the defacto theme of the campaign so it it could be that one of the people who is an also ran in New Hampshire. Can you almost lose to win. That's right that's saying I mean the role that Particularly the role that women play in the state and the crying thing from Hillary was about gender was about how do everyday as a woman how you get up as a woman. It was a huge moment for her obviously led to that major comeback. One thing. That's interesting about these comebacks. Is that this with Warren is set up for one. She set up for when here but she's not even talking about that and she's not out there. Earning it and nor is by the way Joe Biden right out there earning at the same time we talk about Joe Biden because he's an in an awkward position where he's he's pulling you the third or fourth and he really needs to win but I want to get to before he could tell you. WanNa talk to amy because she you know the audience that we had that was in studio for us or in Studio and what we call or studio the other part of this building that was watching it was pretty unanimous that she had the best debate does she had the strongest performance.

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Pentagon IDs 2 Airmen Killed in Afghanistan Crash

Jay Talking

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Pentagon IDs 2 Airmen Killed in Afghanistan Crash

"A Hudson New Hampshire resident is one of two people killed when an Air Force plane crash this week in Afghanistan the defense department says captain Ryan fan F. was on board the plane when it went down in Ghazni province southwest of Kabul on Monday the cause of the crash is under investigation senator Jeanne Shaheen says fan of made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our

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Airman From Hudson, NH Killed In Plane Crash In Afghanistan

Jay Talking

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Airman From Hudson, NH Killed In Plane Crash In Afghanistan

"A Hudson New Hampshire resident is one of two people killed when an Air Force plane crash this week in Afghanistan the defense department says captain Ryan fan F. was on board the plane when it went down in Ghazni province southwest of Kabul on Monday the cause of the crash is under investigation senator Jeanne Shaheen says fan of made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our

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SpaceX is launching 60 more Starlink satellites Tuesday

Orlando's Morning News

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

SpaceX is launching 60 more Starlink satellites Tuesday

"Taylor well after three delays SpaceX's ready to send up a falcon nine rocket later this morning strong upper level winds yesterday forced SpaceX to postpone the launch another time this is still the mission to send up another sixty satellites as part of their starlink global internet program the falcon nine rocket sits on Launch Complex forty at Cape Canaveral right now launch window opens at nine twenty eight this morning if it finally happens well there live right here Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five

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Sen. Shaheen Calls On President Trump To Apologize For Downplaying Injuries In Missile Attack

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Sen. Shaheen Calls On President Trump To Apologize For Downplaying Injuries In Missile Attack

"To senator Jeanne Shaheen calling on president trump to apologize for down playing injuries suffered by U. S. service members and I've been rainy and missile attack the president previously said I've been told the injuries were headaches and a couple of other things that were not very serious gene called the remarks ignorant said the president owes an apology the Pentagon says thirty four U. S. service members suffer dramatic brain injuries during the January eighth attack on a military base

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Impressive salaries at Taco Bell

Charlie Parker

01:08 min | 5 months ago

Impressive salaries at Taco Bell

"Who knew that you could make six figures managing a fast food restaurant Bloomberg's you Mister bedie has this and focus report total bill made recent headlines and dangling one hundred thousand dollar salaries for managers to run some of its restaurants the industry overall having a lot of trouble finding good quality managers and a very high correlation between the success of a restaurant and the quality of its manager intelligence analyst Michael Halen says the six figure salaries are aimed at certain stores in the northeast and Midwest Taco Bell now pays its store bosses between fifty and eighty thousand dollars a year they're talking about roughly four hundred sixty U. S. company owned stores and no stores do significantly more in sales on an annual basis than the rest of the system taco bell's eye catching celery offer comes amid an overall staffing crisis for all kinds of restaurants with unemployment at a fifty year low workers have plenty of choices but hailing does not see taco bell's manager move setting a trend some of the McDonald's big ones you know sure there she Ms making six figures but we don't expect this to be widespread anytime soon I'm Jeanne Meserve Eddie Bloomberg business for news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I.

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Port of Los Angeles Exec Says U.S. Tariff Tiffs Could Be 'New Normal'

KNX Programming

05:18 min | 6 months ago

Port of Los Angeles Exec Says U.S. Tariff Tiffs Could Be 'New Normal'

"Okay money continues as Frank Bocek big week for trade we saw the ceremonial signing of the phase one US China trade deal the White House and and the the U. U. S. S. Senate Senate joined joined the the house house of of passing passing the the U. U. S. S. Mexico Mexico Canada Canada agreement agreement to to replace replace nafta nafta the the north north American American free free trade trade agreement agreement with with me me now now Jeanne Jeanne Soroka Soroka executive executive director director of of the the port port of of Los Los Angeles which in case you didn't knows the busiest container port in North America James Rogan thank you very much for coming the line and give us your reaction the big traders here first of all can't happen fast enough Frank it's been more than twelve months since the three countries have agreed in principle to the US MCA and it still has one more hurdle to go through Canadian parliament China having the phase one tree deal in place is good we have yet to see any text on it from the federal government but the media reports have shown that we've got quite ambitious plans of the country on exports of agricultural products energy machinery and other individual sectors products certainly this looks a lot of uncertainty heading into the new year how are you gearing up at the port of Los Angeles for these a new trade agreements and and their impact like many in the business sector all we've asked for certainty so we can enable our strategies and tactical plans we still have some work to do in order to get to that area but we have witness fourteen declining month exports a turnaround is not going to happen with the flip of a lever in this particular case imports have migrated to an extent from China to other southeast Asian nations all part of that is now moving via the Suez Canal to the U. S. east coast so we're missing out on a number of fronts that we've got a really pick up on pretty quickly what should the next to be as far as these are trade deals are concerned going back to the discussions that have been taking place in the media the point around a second phase deal with China is getting mixed reviews the for some believe we can jump into the discussions quickly others have not seen evidence of that yet but for the twenty fourth of LA and Long Beach more than fifty percent of our trade is done with China it's very important for us to get moving on solid ground and this past week you deliver the state of the port the speech give us some of the highlights here record numbers we've just begun our twenty forty planning purposes on both digital and physical infrastructure also the need to reinvent ourselves if import cargo is going to be moving as we've talked about we need to really pick up the work that we're doing on the export side of the business that along with our plans to D. carbonized support as you and I have talked before by the year twenty thirty zero emissions marine terminal equipment and twenty thirty five will bring us to a goal of zero emissions heavy duty trucks much work to do with industry on that but I like the traction in the support we're getting from the Los Angeles for community and generally speaking what so the buzz on the economy and the business as we head into the new year of the indicators that I've been talking about publicly US listed companies are holding more cash than ever in excess of two point two trillion U. S. dollars on balance sheets that money needs to be deployed in cap ex and talent consumer spending still pretty strong housing starts in employment numbers continue to report up economy driven by folks like you and me at the store and on the internet will continue anything else on the rise in the at the port of LA for twenty twenty and that will this be a record year a what's the estimate there we don't know because of the uncertainty on our trade policies Frank we're gonna try to hold on to what we have and growing sectors that will be enabled by these trade deals we see this is the new normal and we're gonna have to remain nimble and resilient to adapt to this new changing policy on other business we're going to be putting shovels on the ground at our new San Pedro public market and the Wilmington waterfront promenade for visitors serving purposes equally is exciting the cruise ships will continue to increase in number of calls and size so will be bring more passengers into the port of Los Angeles James Rogan director the port of Los Angeles thank you very much of wrapping up a a big weekend we wish you all the best in twenty twenty thank you Frank the US Senate voted proving the U. S. Mexico cattle agreement came a day after president trump signed the long awaited phase one trade deal with China and trouble before the Senate formally began the impeachment trial of president the new US MCA trade deals intended to replace the twenty six year old north American free trade agreement and includes tougher rules on labor and automotive content of the new trade deal pass the Senate on an eighty nine to ten bi partisan vote sending the measure on the president's from form to sign into law that could happen by the way in the week ahead the president made renegotiating nafta priority calling after the worst trade deal ever made the democratic controlled house passed the U. S. M. C. A. legislation last month after hammering out some changes to ensure better enforcement of labor rights and tighter environmental rules treasury secretary minu chin said the president's average rebalance US ties were this major trading partners were bearing fruit now and boosted US economic growth Mexico's president called the deals approval good news for the Mexican economy and predicted would jump start new investments and Israeli port director Jean Soroka noted a few moments ago catalyst ill needs to approve the deal before can take affect them replaced after kind of his parliament does not return to session until January twenty seventh very sensory groups of ensuring the trade deal and said it would provide more certainty to revive investment flows

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Ex-nurse suspected in killing of dozens of children gets life sentence

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Ex-nurse suspected in killing of dozens of children gets life sentence

"A woman known as the killer nurse has gotten a life sentence in prison she's known in Texas as a serial child killer Jeanne Jones will now spend the rest of her life behind bars for the nineteen eighty one death of an eleven month old baby god is precious gift San Antonio judge Frank Castro heading down the life sentence but adding the ultimate judgment is in the next five killer nurse had already been in prison since nineteen eighty four for the murder of one child in causing the overdose of another sixty nine year old Jones is suspected in the killing of dozens of children at a San Antonio hospital in nearby clinic where she once

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Stock indexes open lower on Wall Street and oil price surge after U.S. forces in Iraq killed top Iranian general.

WBBM Late Morning News

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Stock indexes open lower on Wall Street and oil price surge after U.S. forces in Iraq killed top Iranian general.

"Oil is up two and a half percent now more business news from Bloomberg with Jeanne Meserve Eddie Cisco good morning stocks kicked off twenty twenty with record highs but the mood is very different today as tension between the US and Iran escalated in oil surged after U. S. air strike killed a top Iranian general in

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"jeanne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Keep those of the night's coming I'm Jeanne Wexler in purse got in as a news at noon it's twelve thirty two good afternoon I'm day of August like that in it but it another round of cold weather here in central Florida has because most of the water parks to close universal volcano bay Disney's typhoon lagoon and aquatica Orlando are closed today and tomorrow meanwhile Disney's blizzard beach is already been close for its annual refurbishment got some update on news that we broke earlier today as it turns out that possible Cinco in Saint cloud wasn't a sinkhole at all sergeant Frankie dealer Rosa tells us it was actually a busted storm pipe we received a call for service around three forty nine this morning but by the fall into a while he cried with a man called earlier but in reality it appeared that form martyr fight back from lack the bicyclist was admitted to the hospital after suffering some cuts to the face a status update hasn't been given for them but the road itself is still on the operating table rules are out here right now working old canoe creek road is shut down in both directions from Neptune road to thirteenth street for an undetermined amount of time Brandon Hogan news ninety six point five W. T. V. his cop killer marquees Lloyd is expected to appear back in court today lord will appear in a one thirty hearing pertaining to witnesses and evidence that will be used as upcoming trial during the hearing the defense is pushing for an insanity or mental health please earlier this year a jury found more guilty of murdering his pregnant girlfriend and recommended life in prison which he has appealed or straw for the death of Orlando police sergeant dubber clean is expected to start may first twenty twenty became Dixon use ninety six point five W. D. B. O. Orange County deputies continue their search for a man that they believe exposed himself to a young girl they say that it happened Monday afternoon near water bridge elementary school where he followed the girl in a black four door sedan and then open the driver's side door and exposed himself anyone who knows more about this is asked to call crime line at eight hundred four through tree tips and how this gene advance ticket sales are selling fast for Star Wars the rise of Scott Walker deadline says that ticket sales are keeping pace with the last year I which was released two years ago and sources say that a two hundred million dollar opening weekend is within reach meanwhile a fandango survey of millennial movie goers found that eighty three percent are taking a break from social media to avoid Skywalker spoilers and nearly half plan on seeing sky walk on the big screen at least twice during the holiday I bet Disney really help they all see it twice right yeah you gotta love all the money they're raking in from just everything especially Star Wars what are they gonna announce the next three films what does that happen I think maybe in in twenty twenty three went to compete with universal's a new theme park I do find it funny how Disney kind of admitted that they were greedy with with solo they can I said like I am we are just going in your you sorry about that one folks will be of better next time all right thank you Daniel twelve thirty five am Linda's news.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:00 min | 9 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"They were preparing for their expedition around the World Philip air commercial wrote out a will and that bequeath his actual property to his son but it also made it clear that all look the women's clothes and similar possessions in his home belonged to his housekeeper jamboree to whom he left the household furnishings and linens along with six hundred lever the will also gave her the right to live in his home for a year after the date of his death during which time she would organize his specimens manuscripts and then send them onto the royal collection the will makes it sound as though Schambori was staying behind while he was going on this expedition and also noted that she was sometimes known as John De Bonnefoy Bora was not staying behind though instead commerce maintained the he had not been able to find a workable assistant to go with him on this voyage in spite of all of his efforts to do so then Jennifer Barrett dressed in men's clothes having and using the name Bonnefoy arrived at the port of Rochefort maintaining that she was looking for work commercial hired the disguised very on the spot and from that point on for much of the expedition he consistently referred to her as male based on everything we know about the situation this was a disguise and not reflection of her gender so we will keep referring to her as a woman this whole ruse seems like kind of a stretch to me the idea that he would just hired a random person on the spot having failed to find somebody that met actual criteria for a botanist assistant on this voyage but it seems like every learn thought that was it made sense I guess that he hired at apparently random person at the doc I feel like this is one of those things where it's like the excuse checklist Look you all know who this is and I know who this is she knows you all know who this is but we have you know we've checked all the boxes for all you know you can say you thought it was a dude the whole time yes this is this is also really to me the moment that if if she had wanted to get out out of this situation it would have been easy enough to not show up which definitely would have been a reduction in the in the opportunities that were available to her she probably would have had to go back home and and try to find some kind of other employment but this this would have been an easier moment for her to Kinda slip away FC Did not actually want to go on this voyage so the twelve and the Boudou's plans to cross the Atlantic separately travelling south west across the Atlantic Ocean into rendezvous at Rio in June of seventeen sixty seven from there they would sail south along the coast of South America and through the Strait of Magellan then they would follow the western coast of South America before turning West across the southern Pacific then to return to Europe they would travel through the East indies around the Horn of Africa than back north obviously back to Europe and they would make stops all along the way gathering specimens making maps record. during the people in places they saw they would also claim land where they could and in which case they would give it up one stop on the voyage involved surrendering the Falkland I lands to Spain calmer soul and Beret worse to sail aboard the TWA when they embarked cumbersome had so much equipment with him that he was given the captain's state room as his quarters the captain's stateroom had its own private bath which would have made it easier for Beret to conceal her sex while on board the idea of e Z.. Really relative here though for almost two years Bahrain maintained a disguise that required her to bind her breasts. Today's chest binders are usually made with synthetic elastic fibers which have some stretch but these materials had not been invented yet when barry was living she would have been using bandages or strips of cloth and giving the materials that were available at the time they wouldn't have been very stretchy or giving at all this would have made this whole process a lot more uncomfortable and difficult with the bindings also prone to slipping and shifting during the day working as commerce sales assistant also required by Ray to do a lot of physical work in all kinds of weather and climate conditions from the tropics to the far southern tip of South America which is almost in the Antarctic circle so even before accounting for the different loyalties of travel in the work itself Burris job was inherently uncomfortable often unpleasant and very physically demanding added to that there were storms that series sleep damage to the ship and periods where they were calmed and ran out of food illnesses spread among the crew and there was intense seasickness at sea often affected both beret and commerce hall so he was able to spend time out on deck that a lot of the time will help with seasickness because you can see the way a the boat is moving but Bahrain didn't have that option she really had so weather all this in the confines of commerce quarters to try to protect her obviously in her identity that would not have been a particularly comfortable place to try to ride that out even though beret meticulously maintained her disguise and personal scrupulously addressed and referred to her as a man rumors began to spread throughout the ship that they were carrying a woman in disguise and that happened not long after the twelfth set sail from rochefort on December fourteenth seventeen sixty six and naturally suspicious felon beret who among other things did not have the title hair and didn't use the communal toilet facilities for the crew who shared her rank obviously there are plenty of men who don't have facial hair but that was one of the things that drew suspicion into her on march twenty second of seventeen sixty seven the twelve crossed from the northern to the southern hemisphere and the ship's crew had sort of a ritual baptism quotation marks for people who hadn't previously crossed the equator the details of this hazing ritual differ depending on the person's rank and for the officers servants which was how far it was classified it involved being made to drop into a pool made of a sail cloth that was being dragged alongside the ship pull having to do this we're also blackened with soot and prevented from getting out of the water and because of all this water and mess involved the men who were being made undertake this ritual usually did it partly or completely nude McKay she was a woman Bahrain would have had to do this still dressed commerce does describe this ritual in his journal but he doesn't make any reference to bar as participation in it eventually at twelve captain Francois Chanel Delays Yoho Day was obligated to investigate the rumors about a woman on board his ship apart from it being unlawful for anyone to bring a woman on board the rumors and efforts to figure out whether they were true we're clearly causing a disruption according to his logs questioned beret about her gender and she told him that she was a eunuch free being in terms of the men who guarded the Ottoman Empire this seems to have at least temporarily stopped the suspicion or at least reigned in the sailors harassed assessment of her to try to figure out if she was a woman in disguise the Ottoman Empire's implementation of slavery included enslaving Christian men although the the practice was at least officially ended before this voyage was taking place but horror stories about it still circulated in a lot of Europe and idea of being captured and enslaved and then castrated by the Ottoman Empire was frightening and disturbing Matt probably led to the sailors treating Beret with a little more kindness than they had before after this interrogation the captain did put a stop to beret sleeping and commerce quarters from that point Barry was always is armed especially when she slept went ashore together specimens commerce on was frequently ill and he had an abscess on his leg that didn't want to heal so there's often beret and not commerce who's doing the botany work on shore and she was often doing it without him or anyone else to protect her the plants that they collected earlier part of this voyage included the one that they named Booboo NBS spectacle is or the great bougainvillea which is named of course for Mugambi the Nandor of expedition it's still cultivated a lot as an ornamental plant today I was very lovely blossoms and beret was likely the person who gathered it others aboard the twelve eventually discovered jen berries sex but accounts disagree on exactly when this happened or how we're going to get into that after we have 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"jeanne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Samoans and to illustrate what they found but he could not take shop Bari at least not legally it had been illegal for women there's who broke it could be sentenced to fifteen days in chains there is a lot that we don't know about the dynamics between commercial and Berry there were obvious sunglass and by the end of it I felt very work too much and I also had a really fun time it's very engaging in very immersive and if you're taking live classes which is an option and you just one subscription and you'll have unlimited classes for the entire family you have all of the bike courses you also get additional ones you can cast it to your television it's fantastic and you don't have to commute and you don't have to make reservations and you don't have to jockey for space in a classroom they have curated music designed to move and motivate you whatever you like they probably have it and on his offering a limited time offer get one hundred dollars off accessories when you purchase the Peleton bike and get a great cardio workout at home just go to one pellet John Dot com and use Promo Code history to get started that's o n e Peleton Dot Com and use Promo Code History.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

07:50 min | 9 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Sponsored one sponsored by the all new Ford explorer they ask us to do something that was related in some way to exploration and then left it totally up to us how did we want to interpret that so of course we had a big pile of ideas at the ready that fit in some way for that theme and we finally decided to talk about Gene Berry who was the first woman known to circumnavigate the globe but her experience was not just about the travel like a Lotta the women travelers that we've talked about were traveling for just mostly because they had disposable income and we had the means and the money to to do that kind of thing and sometimes the do other work alongside all the travel but the travel was a major piece of it she was working in the work she was doing was taking her to places that were totally unexpected for somebody of her gender and her economic class and eighteenth century Jen Beret was born on July twenty seven seventeen forty to joan berry and Zhen push chard lived in Laka Metal France which is roughly two hundred miles that's about three hundred twenty kilometers southeast of Paris this is a rural agricultural area and JEN's father worked the daily brewer he did not own any land or always have access to steady work so the Beret family and others who are similarly situated where some of the poorest people in that part of Europe we really know almost nothing about her upbringing or her early life but she might have been trained as an herb woman so somebody who knew how to grow and forage and prepare medicinal herbs this is something that she would have learned from other women based on knowledge that was mostly passed down early we do know that when she was in her Lee Twenties Bahrain started working for a man named Philibert Commerce son who is about twelve years older than she was he was from an affluent family and was formally educated in both medicine and botany he much preferred botany though and he never established a medical practice the grand scheme of like social and economic circumstance they were nearly opposites instead of going into that medical practice commerce established a botanical garden in Chateau lead dome in seventeen fifty s he visited voltaire and one of his colleagues was Swedish Botanist Carl lineas who is the person who helped establish that system of binomial nomenclature picture that is still used to classify organisms today although the system of course has evolved a lot since then lineas secured a commission from the queen of Sweden for Commerce Catalog Mediterranean fish so in addition to his work as a botanist he was also theologist so if beret was already trained as an herb woman it would have made a lot of sense for commercial to hire her there is a twenty three page table of medicinal plants arranged in order of their version shoes and according to the healing indications that is among commercials papers which biographer Glenis release suggest was actually berets work if that is correct and if the knowledge contained in that notebook with something that Beret had already learned before being hired she would have been a very clear help to cover songs botany work from day one but it appears that at least at first commerce on hired Beret not as a botany assistant but as a as a domestic servant and that would have been more stable and financial lucrative than what the family had been experiencing as day laborers we don't know exactly when she started working for him her formal employment surveyed in seventeen sixty four but she seems to have also been working with him in some capacity before that it's possible that she started working there just after the death of Commerce owns wife at the age of thirty four that happened shortly after she gave birth to their child and it's possible that part of berets role working for him was to help care for this newborn ultimately though the baby was sent to live with an uncle and at some point Bahrain and commerce relationship became more personal rather than employer and employee we in seventeen sixty four ray became pregnant unmarried women were legally required to register their pregnancies including naming the baby's father beret did register her pregnancy on August twenty seconds seventeen sixty four but she traveled to another town to do it and she took two men with her as character witnesses they maintained that she had been assaulted by an unknown man and that that assault had resulted in her pregnancy this baby was almost certainly commerce also with the character witnesses being part of an effort to cover up what would have been something truly scandalous if people had actually known the facts of the situation by Commerce moved to Paris together in September of seventeen sixty four she was given a salary of one hundred lever a year they lived near the Jardin Lewa or the Royal Gardens which is today known as the czar that plant in January of seventeen sixty five beret surrendered her baby named Joe Pierre too the home for foundling children jean-pierre was placed with a foster family although he died a couple of years later the registry of berets pregnancy appears birth and his fostering and death are all documented in the historical record but berets and commerce thoughts and feelings on these events really are not part of any those documents a within a few months of surrendering jean-pierre Beret in commerce own were preparing for a voyage around the world this expedition of exploration and scientific discovery had been authorized by King Louis the fifteenth and it was meant as both an exploratory voyage and a scientific endeavor Admiral Louis Antoine comes debt booby who had served in the seven years war was in command of three hundred thirty men who were divided between two vessels the Boudou's the twelve in addition to being in command of expedition as a whole Mugambi was in command of the Jews and Prince Wash in our delight your day was in command of the twelve three scientists had been recruited to participate in this expedition comber Saul who is acting as royal botanist and naturalist astronomer Pierre Antoine Vallejo and cartographer Charlotta Dahomey via among his other duties. Come our song was the people helping to plan the expedition's route cornerstone was given a budget to hire an assistant naturalist to take on this voyage to help him collect and Catalogue in to be on French naval ships for anything other than a brief visits in sixteen eighty nine officers who broke this rule could be suspended for a month and sales meaningful disparities between the two of them especially when it came to power and wealth stemming from both their relatives social class and their genders and as well as him being her employer but at the same time what happens next suggests that beret was in this relationship willingly and we're going to get into that after we I pause for little spots Sir break this episode is brought to you by Peleton you can work up a great sweated home for less than the cost of a studio class I recently took a pellet they will call you out and encourage you along the way it's a superfund way to work out it's very compact the Peleton can fit in virtually any space in your home.

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"jeanne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"jeanne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Complex I'm Jeanne Wexler find the park addresses hours and a video showing you how to use the sand bags by tapping the news button in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. at the beach a Dinky doc park in winter park is once again close to swimming because of high levels of bacteria you may recall the beach closed at least four times in twenty eighteen because of the same issue city says it's waiting for water so water samples will re open it when the test results a test results show normal levels an officer and a good Samaritan helped rescue a ten month old baby after a South Florida mother accidentally locked the child and keys inside of an S. U. V. body camera shows and also using his baton to try to break the window but to no avail a woman with a hammer approach the officer who then use that to break the window her head was to the side she was lance who was quite a baby will be okay but her mother wants Paris remember that all the doors can lock automatically will using a remote start function in a vehicle you're listening to this exam expand a news feed I'm Laura Lee in for Marcia Taylor we bring you fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic with no commercials will be closely watching the stock market this morning after the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled yesterday on recession fears after yesterday's Wall Street Street selloff Asian stock markets followed suit grant thorns chief economic Diane swung says as the US trade war with China intensifies it also spreads its snowball it's not one thing it's not one tear of it's that they you know we weren't the first ones to levy Terence actually they've been going up before this administration it just spending salary during this administration turns out trade wars are also contagious we now have other countries having trade wars against each other right now on Wall Street Dow futures are down trump up press and trump is took to Twitter to blame the federal reserve's rates tumbled and defended his administration's trade war with China the president tweeted we are winning big time against China companies and jobs are fleeing prices to us have not gone up and in some cases have come down adding our problem is with the fed raise too much and too fast that's reporter Rachel Scott so what's in store for the president to hold a campaign rally in Manchester New Hampshire president narrowly lost New Hampshire Democrat Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen hopes put the granite state in his win column for twenty twenty there won't be a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census but children's advocates are still concerned about an undercount of Hispanics in Florida next year Lena Goodman with child trends says this could mean less federal funding for children's health programs in our state the controversy in the issues that the inclusion of the financial questions raised accreted real fear in the Hispanic and immigrant communities according to their numbers Florida could lose anywhere from a hundred and forty million to more than five hundred million dollars a year for the child health insurance program and other federal programs in spam yes spam is announcing a new addition to its lineup of flavors the company says in honor of the upcoming fall season it's going to launch a pumpkin spice flavor on September the twenty third the beloved canned meat will be garnished with cinnamon clove allspice and nutmeg the pumpkin spice spam will only be available at spam dot com and Walmart dot com mark Mayfield NBC news radio bill to all.

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"jeanne" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jeanne" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"jeanne" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on The Big 98

"To smash Jerry Well my friend. Is good to see you, congratulations thank you for everything good to see you guys Kenny Chesney got, the record out today until next time Hopefully soon hopefully it is We'll be. Back at once Record out today saying A friend Home loan Are you staring through your phone You are Jeanne movie Thousand times Maybe playing some mayor Why You feel. Anything Me too Voice But Number You still can Mayor mayor without Place Mistake hit the brakes on Me Rain down Away Only We don't have the child You said I was through.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Yeah and he was like blowing sale this oh shit can i take i want to take it back i take it all back jeanne weber never heard of her what do you mean her i never defended any gene weber so as a result would so great thing was not she was declared insane she was not guilty membrane yeah she was insane in the membrane legally yeah so she's a rapper now and she was declared insane on october twenty fifth nineteen thousand eight and sent to the insane asylum in maryville dude i everytime you keep bringing up sanitariums or insane asylums i'm like well that was like horrific oh yeah like nightmare like existence to go to any sort of mental health you know like preventatively at that time there were like i dunno masturbate him and take parts of their brain totally give him a little about me jerk off and take out their brains shoot electricity through their body if they start screaming hold them down i mean it's like she's in this insane asylum and at a certain point in the insane asylum she just started raving she just started going on insane raving that's so raven and then broke so good and then after months and months of insane ravings on july fifth nineteen ten she strangled herself to death oh my shit she you can't with her hand wow she must love herself that's why is your she wasn't trying to hug herself to death no i'm sure she was that's okay it's funny like there's impossible you think that's impossible right yeah well that's the thing i there are two accounts that i found her suicide one is that she hung herself hanged herself one is that she strangled herself to death i really want to believe that she strangled herself today sure one of the articles i read and this is this sounds like someone made this up but one of the articles i read said in the absence of children to strangle she strangled herself to death.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Got sick and died it and then the doctor said that it was natural causes completely ignoring the bruises on the kid's neck oh my god and that's where natural that's where this begins the baby beat himself up to death let me get through some of this then nine days later march eleventh nineteen o five because the bruises on the network nord and they're like yeah the kid got sick and died even the family didn't think it was gene weber's fault and so they added her babysit again like a week later even if you didn't kill a baby if a baby dies on your watch you shouldn't get another babysitting fucking totally it's crazy you're out of the babysitters client so insane like the pay sitters club like one of the little girls does happen to murder baby guys you're still in the cloud everyone gets three strikes so this family literally do kids march second the eighteen month old daughter dies march eleventh she babysits again the two year old daughter dies again there are bruises on the neck again the the doctor ignores those signs and says she just died of convulsions which is said yeah okay no pretty common at the time exactly two weeks after that march twenty fifth nineteen o five she's babysitting for her brother his seven year old daughter just gets a choking attack and survives but then the next day weber is babysitting for that kid again and the girl died of what the doctor said was diptheria okay yeah wait but that's like a real it's a real disease yeah the doctor was can but i think like you can something that happens with dip theory is that your throat closes up i'm gonna soom jeanne weber the serial killer but i mean that's just.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Give her the fucking the more like g mail we're like female female how okay this is the part of the bad guys where the car is gone off the cliff yeah totally all right so delma in the lakers studies like to know a little bit of her story jeanne weber yeah like i said before the break she was a serial killer that exclusively killed children and yeah later on in life the thing that like really fascinates me about her is how specific that is her later much later on in life she became a sex worker and like had a lot of john's and never once killed any of them and the reason that's fascinating to me is that like if you're a serial killer that's like a perfect opportunity because especially in the early nineteen hundreds you're hiding it completely it's just the two of you in the room so also like you would assume like the john's are probably more abusive in like right i mean they're clearly probably not like amazing dudes no no no all john's are great you know what i mean so it's like yeah you would think that would be the riper time was so what time period here so she was born in eighteen seventy four october seven eighteen seventy four okay she was referred to she became there was like a lower around her because it took so long for her to get convicted so yeah she went for a while without being realized as a killer he was like the johnny appleseed of childmurdering there was a legend yet really she was as big as a house there were all these sort of stories that were have considered fiction consider fixing my half the people and considering real i have the people in papers in france where she was referred to as the ogress oh wow what a great fucking nays otari totori i'm a total republic.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"This week we're talking about gene weber okay they'll like it but okay i don't know we don't have to do it let's talk about hemingway if we could that'd be that'd be okay all right so i didn't do the research let me let me tell you about hemingway in two thousand thirteen ernest hemingway show to death on purpose on meet after years of having been truly happy you'd never once got punched in the head he didn't know how to read he was an actor in soap operas in spain yeah that's that's the longest short of it yeah totally it was an old man eating choked on the sea round the see yeah at the right bold age of being an old man his son was a loaf of bread that also rises more like ernest calmer way you gave me homers nerd to him ing waiting there it is fascinated to learn dave wants to talk about a serial killer this week yeah very upsetting name is weird nerd est jeanne weber yeah from france honestly man to be honest with you i wasn't really done with the whole nudist hemingway thing dude i'm so sorry you can come back to it later i just wanted you to know that i had a lot more in my brain about because i you know i brought me a lot of joy and i just at some point would like to revisit it we move on though and talking hey wait maybe maybe you'd like to check my day okay okay.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"It as we continue here ian melanie and mark in the studio let's go to jeanne he's the christian anarchist online on our discord server go ahead jeanne yeah guys i would talk about some government regulation that is kind of affecting me personally today that are not very happy with and that is you know i've been flying and i have you know recent i had purchased a helicopter and i'm trying to get my helicopter license and because of the f a a regulations the guy that was teaching me and i just finally got my helicopter back so i was all excited as bringing it home and i'm gonna say call a guy and have him come down here and do some instruction and it turns out that he is no longer instructing because the regulations regarding the instructors and he's an older guy sixty nine so he only had two in two students me in another guy and his insurance came due and because of the regulation the insurance costs so much money it just didn't make sense for him to continue instructing so he's not gonna instruct anymore so now i'm stuck trying to find an instructor and this is what's happening to general aviation throughout the country there's reason that the little airports are dying and the fact and so many airplanes are for sale out there because the regulations are making it so that people can't jump through the hoops and make it economical enough to where they can actually fly their airplanes.

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"jeanne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah right yeah he didn't explain what he meant so if he does call today or in the next couple of days if you could ask them to expound on that i really appreciate because i had a great grandfather who lived to be one hundred five irma and yeah and you told me after he turned ninety he said every day after that was just grieving he wasn't thinking about what he was going to do a week for men every day after every day after ninetieth gravy yes sir that's what he said and he lived he lived another fifty fifteen years so i imagine sister jeans priorities are making sure that she can wake up the next morning she gets on with their day i mean you think it's through that she she got she called pope francis and she said what happened he said catch it in the final four i hate to tell you sister jeanne i was a little busy preparing the easter homily i mean come on greedy i mean it's it's it's one of the you know i don't know you tell me i mean the easter service one of the highlights of the year for for the for the the holy father he had things to do early sunday morning watch a basketball game in san antonio my wife and my sisterinlaw in our three kids and her two kids were off to church and sunday morning then didn't think of anything else that day there's a luck going on so yeah no well you know what paul it's always a pleasure to be my friend and hopefully could do it in the near future sean we're who we're going to do better than talk one of these as we're going to get together i'm are you want to go up on tario rather come down here to see what's say him why not let's grab some phone calls here and clarence in atlanta you're on the air hello clarence.

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"jeanne" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jeanne" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from hydro flask who believes in getting out and experiencing all that life has to offer and if you get thirsty along the way hydro flask is therefore you making sure your adventures are never lukewarm learn more at hydro flask dot com from whyy in philadelphia this is fresh air i'm dave davies infra terry gross today we remember french actress jeanne moreau best known for her work with director francois truffaut louis malle and gianluca dard she became a star despite her unconventional looks i was supposed to be not very good yet king abdullah's signs in an iso drooping mouth and guy took allies to make me amp also we remember play right an actor sam sheppard he won a pulitzer for his play buried child his bestknown film role was playing astronaut chuck yegor in the right stuff against talking to the flew in his is not true that you do have fear stood you're able to face it that's interesting puerta courage is that you don't have seared state look it in the also a review of randy newman's latest album hey there power poundstone here when you're done listening to this podcast check out my new show live from the poundstone institute i mean you could try listening to this show on my show at the same time but that might drive you insane find live from the poundstone institute on apple podcast or the npr one app.

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