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Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Hitchcock's vertigo finally dethroned Orson Welles's Citizen Kane after decades at number one on the global critics poll, but this year the top prize goes to a female filmmaker in Chantal Ackerman's 1975 Belgian French flick gene dielman. If you haven't seen it, don't worry, the top 25 also includes Hollywood classics like singing in The Rain, The Godfather, the searchers, Apocalypse Now and do the right thing. I was also glad to see new movies crack the top 100, including Jordan Peele's get out, bong joon Ho's parasite and Barry Jenkins moonlight. Read my full breakdown on WTO P dot com, Jason fraley WTO P news. So no dumb and dumber. That's not on the list. Okay. Well, a lot of people have been waiting for this movie for a long
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on Jim Bohannon
"The story is, I'm leaving it to making the movie, but the story is that not too many people know what really happened in north square and how those 23 million North Koreans what they think and what their desires. Or whether you are familiar or Brazil, any place else, but I think because of the regime, the government policies are not the serious way they do that too, but the point is that we really don't know North Korean. We know we have missiles and. We know what we see. All the things we see in the news, but we read it on no, what their peoples in their mind, how these people, what their desires, what you hope, what is important to them. Why don't they speak and all of these things is we know a lot of things about Ukraine. Mole and all that. But in North Korea, it's very unique because it was divided country by major forces of the Second World War. Things like we know how many our children died in Korean War. The worst war called it war and most difficult war and all that. But we really don't know why that happens and why the people suffer and why 3 million people died of the family. This is the story that you tell in the film the other side of the mountain. Yeah. So you know by going through that and spending time with all of it in the summer. And I thought I'm not there 50, 60 times. And like south riding, not in the airplane, in a 13 hour flight in the 5, 6000 airplane waiting till the exchange for light and a little bit. So I still riding that and not. And then I thought maybe I should write a book. And then I was moving. Lover. So I thought it was a book to be. Yeah, screenplay. So I wrote the screenplay. I want to note on top of them and told them I'm American and I wrote this screenplay and there's nothing against politicking is strategic love story and so up to about 30 times going back and forth in disagreements and obviously government dear thinking can bind quite different. The American and freedom loving guy and they have the only issues. So we had a lot of difficult time agreeing on screenplay. I bet you. Yeah. It's in the book. But the thought that at the end, what made us to if it's really compromised to, but we both meaning I and ministry of North Korea agreed to make the film issue of unification. So they wanted to listen. And you know, the other day, somebody told me, June. You should not create one unit. What you didn't know that, so I mean, I don't know how I American public or public people know that North Korea wants education 1000 times more than South Korea. Or an American. So these kind of story is to be told so I want it to be spokesman for these people. How best I can do that is by moving. Let me tell everybody how they could watch the movie. They can check it out at O SOM film other side of mountain film film dot com and that's by June by our guest June by I want to thank you for joining us because this is a remarkable story. And if there's a part two, I'd love to learn more about it if and when you put it out. Yeah, but I think the play that I want to emphasize is to have people to read my book. Sure. And I don't have the name of the book. So if you tell me the name of the book, we could definitely share that as well. Yeah, the name of book is promises. Okay. And publish promises. And it is published by Jenkins group. I think Cenk is going to reach out to you. That's how we connected the travel city in Michigan. But they are the publisher and my book is so far. The review is excellent, wonderful. I mean, outstanding, I wish you the best of luck with the book. Everybody that's June by. And the book is promises. Check it out on Amazon or wherever you get your fine books. Jun Bai, I want to thank you for being with us. And folks, there is more to come straight ahead. Give us a call. 8 6 6 5 O 5, 46, 26. I'm rich velvet. What's the best
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on The Big Picture
"I don't that's not true. I do get it. I understand. Apparently it is forget about close. It is really, really playing very well with the academy. Every conversation I had with producers in the industry who are going to screens, people are standing ovations, Austin butler minted as a major movie star. That I think is true. And I think baz luhrmann, there are a lot of admirers, and he's a very hit or miss filmmaker, but you know, moulin rouge was a major hit with the academy. The Great Gatsby was a hit with the academy. These movies can work with the academy. So for me, it's a no, but that doesn't my opinion doesn't matter in this case. The first kind of what if to me is, does glass onion have a better chance of getting in than Black Panther? As the pair of sequels. And I guess topkin maverick has also seen that and that would be really unusual to have three sequels in one year hit nominated. It seems entirely possible. And Netflix doesn't have a movie right now. Yeah, and it does seem like they're going to put their weight behind that one based on some other, you know, I have not been invited to any bardo events in the last few weeks. Yeah, I mean, maybe they're having them and I'm not aware of them, but I was invited to a PGA event that Barry Jenkins is actually moderating. He did love it. Next week. But it seems quiet and seems like glass onion is then noisy one with them. So. Yeah. I mean, bardo is gonna contend for international feature for sure. I would not rule out a best director nomination, even if bardo doesn't get into picture. You know, is beloved by a sector of the academy. Right. I'm not ruling it out of best picture entirely. I think it's not really here yet. It's not really here until it's on Netflix on December 16th. Right. But they have historically started their campaigns even for the films that they don't release on Netflix until late December, which is the thing they keep on doing.
Officials: Suspect in Pelosi attack was on 'suicide mission'
"More details are emerging about the suspect charts with attacking the husband of speaker Nancy Pelosi On Norman hall The man accused of breaking into House speaker Nancy Pelosi's home beating her husband and seeking to kidnap her told police he was on a suicide mission and had plans to target other California and federal officials according to a court filing David Depp was ordered held without bail his public defender entered a not guilty plea on his behalf district attorney Brooke Jenkins pushed back on some critics who say the case is more reflection of crime in San Francisco rather than a political attack I think it's more so represented representative of the state of politics in the United States A court filing says the attack left Paul Pelosi unconscious and in a pool of his own blood I Norman hall
Police: Pelosi suspect wanted to break speaker's knees
"Authorities say the man charged with assaulting the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi was politically motivated I Norman hall San Francisco district attorney Brooke Jenkins says David de pap faces a long list of charges including attempted murder and elder abuse Jenkins says the defendant broke through a glass door found Paul Pelosi asleep and asked him about the whereabouts of speaker Pelosi he allegedly brought two hammers zip ties rope and tape What is clear based on the evidence that we have thus far is that this house and the speaker herself were specifically targets of the defendant The suspect also faces federal charges On Norman hall
Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home
"Is this attack on Paul Pelosi in his home in San Francisco And I want to comment on this of course it's a horrific thing And last reports are that he was hurt badly That his head was fractured his skull And that they expect him to make a full recovery Now here is William Scott the police chief at San Francisco cut one go At approximately two 27 this morning San Francisco police officers were dispatched to the residents of speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding an a priority well-being check When the officers arrive on scene they encountered an adult male and mister Pelosi's husband Paul Our officers observed Mitch Pelosi and suspect both holding a hammer The suspect pulled the hammer away from its below and violently assaulted him with it Our officers immediately tackled the suspect disarmed him took him into custody requested emergency backup and rendered medical aid his suspect has been identified as 42 year old David de Pepe Mister Pelosi and mister de pappy were transported to a local hospital for treatment This is an active investigation currently being led by the San Francisco police department special investigations division We are working closely with our partners from the FBI the U.S. attorney's office the U.S. capitol police and our district attorney here in San Francisco county DA brook Jenkins and her team The motive for this attack is still being determined Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges Attempted homicide assault with the daily weapon elder abuse burglary and several other additional felonies
Bane and Morant score 38 each as Grizzlies beat Nets 134-124
"Desmond baines scores 32 of his career high 38 points in the second half as the grizzlies outlast the nets one 34 one 24 bane drilled 7 triples in the second half to help the grizzlies outscore the nets by 17 in the third quarter and take a 12 point lead into the final frame head coach Taylor Jenkins a credit to his teammates really finding them you know there was moments late in the game I make a couple play calls but then after making some of those calls and you see Dez got the hot hand they kept wanting to go back to him John Moran also scored 38 for the grizzlies who improved a three in one Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving each had 37 for the nets who fell to one and two I'm Denny camp
Ohio law banning almost all abortions will remain blocked for now, judge rules
"Courts in two states block laws have banned nearly all abortions in those states An Ohio judge issues a preliminary injunction against the state's 2019 fetal heartbeat law which is a near total abortion ban as a state constitutional challenge works its way through the courts Hamilton county judge Christian Jenkins says the law passed by the GOP controlled legislature is written to almost completely eliminate the rights of Ohio women An Arizona appeals court panel rules abortions can resume for now The judge is blocking enforcement of a measure from before Arizona becoming a state in 1912 that
WSJ: Putin’s Best Bet in Ukraine Is Negotiation
"On Muhammad Jenkins has a really great piece in The Wall Street Journal from yesterday It's called Putin's best bet in Ukraine is negotiation And the gist of the piece is as follow me The Vladimir Putin is managed to anesthetize most of the population to the effect of the war in Ukraine That he's losing I don't think he's losing it to the degree a lot of people kind of blinded by their eagerness to defend Ukraine I get that I don't mean that in a bad way Are making it up but he is losing There's no question any rational actor would pose that Vladimir Putin's initial strategic battle plan did not play out as he initially intended There's no question about that However he has taken a substantial amount of territory but he's taking tremendous losses too Now Jenkins says listen he's anesthetized most of the oligarchy class in Russia because it's mostly poor and lower income folks in Russia whose kids are dying over there believe me There's a lot of Russians dying So the gist of Jenkins is pieces now that Putin according to the AP and others is declared this partial mobilization that if the elites the Russian oligarchs if their kids start getting dragged into the combat zone and brought home in body bags and coffins Putin's going to have a real problem because they're not a constitutional republic They're effectively a communist state Putin wins elections the same way Kim Jong-un wins elections By making you vote for him or you're dead Kim Jong-un gets 99% Putin lets a few people vote against him just for show So what's the problem with that Well the problem is obvious Once the elite class in Russia the oligarchs that have maintained Putin's inner circle of power start to turn on Putin because their kids are dying and showing up in body bags then what happens to Putin Putin's not dumb folks He's a tactical operator He's not stupid
'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC
"This was what it was like on Fox and Friends this morning is this story unfolded where two buses of illegals were dropped outside of the naval observatory where Kamala Harris the vice president lives. Here's what it sounded like and looked like on Fox News channel's Fox and Friends this morning. From our southern border have just arrived outside vice president Kamala Harris residents at the naval observatory in Washington, D.C.. Griff Jenkins is live on the scene to tell us more. Is that Massachusetts avenue that I'm looking at right there? Yeah, good morning, Steve, ainsley and Brian. This bus just arrived moments ago. I talked to some of the folks apparently this buses come from Del Rio, Texas. That's where the German on the bus told me and these for me. They don't theirs? They're in this one. No. You know? No? That president Harris, DKK, frontera Serrano. Serrano, Roberto. Javier. So what she's saying, Steve, I asked her vice president Harris says that the border is closed. She says it's open as we see these migrants coming across now. We're not sure how many there are. We do know that, according to Texas governor Abbott's office, there have been about 7900, do you think English? Venezuela. Everybody from toro Venezuela?
Rioter who encountered senator gets over 4 years in prison
"A man affiliated with the far right Proud Boys extremist group was sentenced to more than four years in prison for storming the capitol in January of last year Joshua Pruitt was one of the few capital rioters who came face to face with a member of Congress Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer prosecutors say once they got a look at Pruitt with his thick muscles wearing a tactical glove with knuckle pads and a cutoff T-shirt with a logo of the punisher Schumer's security detail immediately saw the threat and hustled the then 70 year old senator down a hallway Pruitt's attorney Robert Jenkins junior says he didn't recognize Schumer at the time It's not as though that mister Pruitt ran toward the detail or made any threatening posture toward them He noticed that they were there They went down a hallway went in a different direction Prosecutors called Pruitt a one man symbol of the angry mob at the capitol that day with many officers remembering him as an instigator Ed Donahue Washington
Bringing Financial Hope to the People of Virginia
"I got some time to talk with Jenkins, who is running in Virginia second district down in the Norfolk Virginia Beach area. That's all she talked about. She's a mom and nurse a veteran, a military spouse. All she talks about is education and I think every Republican candidate is well served by that. But I do want to tell you what Frank luntz, I had breakfast with him two mornings ago. He showed me all his deck. Affordability, anxiety, anger. People are afraid. They go to sleep, worried they don't have enough money to make it through the month. They are anxious about crime and about social upheavals and they are angry at the indifference of elected officials. Does that match up with your first 7 months in office Glenn youngkin? A 100%, a 100%. I travel around this Commonwealth extensively. I'm listening to virginians and what I'm hearing over and over again is I can not afford to do the things that I need to be able to do. We're watching people making tradeoffs. These horrific policies that have emanated from Washington that are basically stalling the American Dream are stealing from all of our all of our hardworking virginians, stealing three, four, 5, $6000 out of their paychecks. And people are worried. We've got to get inflation down and we've got to reestablish faith in these institutions.
Cops: Suspects in attack on elderly woman are ages 11 to 18
"Three children and a young man are accused of beating and robbing a 70 year old woman in the lobby of her San Francisco apartment building last month San Francisco police chief William Scott and this from KG O identifies a young man suspected of being involved in the attack and robbery of a 70 year old woman 18 year old Oakland resident Daryl Moore and three juvenile suspects ages 11 13 and 14 Scott says the woman's injuries were not life threatening The attack follows a wave of assaults against Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic District attorney Brooke Jenkins tells keo what is going on in our society quite frankly and in San Francisco as you all understand very disturbing The 18 year old 14 year old and 13 year old face a variety of charges including robbery elder abuse false imprisonment and conspiracy The 11 year old is too young to be charged I'm Tim McGuire
San Francisco D.A. Revokes Plea Deals in Drug Cases
"Replacement for ousted San Francisco DA Bodine. I don't know how to say his name boden, Bodine is chess of Odin. I think his name is. Reverts revokes 30 plea offers for drug cases. Let me just explain that because I can probably explain a bit in our career. So just a Bodine was voted out because the cow was a complete narcissist and he did not want to prosecute real criminals. He didn't want to do any of that. And the people got sick of them. And just for people to understand his title, he was the district attorney in San Francisco. And the person who was replaced him has reportedly revoked 30 plea offers for drug cases. And let me just give you an example of one of the drug cases that he was going to give a particular plea to. One of the cases was removed from the office in June, no, not him officer in June. Let me get to, it says Jenkins office, which is the new person that's replacing Bodine, said one of the police officers that she took back was for a case in which a defendant had 6 open cases for dealing fentanyl and was arrested with more than a hundred grams of drugs on him.
Bill Melugin: 5-Year-Old & 6-Year-Old Girls Were Raped by Smugglers
"When I interviewed Bill malusi last night on life liberty and Levin were pulling the clip Well let's play it He said this Go Let me ask you this Bill illusion Do we know how many people have died on the border or near the border since Joe Biden has been president Yes or no We don't have an exact number I know that fox's Griff Jenkins obtained a number from DHS a few days ago and I believe that number was over 550 this year I don't know what the 2021 numbers were but I believe there have been more than 550 migrant deaths so far in fiscal year 2022 We do know the numbers are essentially the highest they've ever been Do we know how many women have been raped We don't but I can tell you a horrific story late last year Our team and I we were in the Rio Grande valley We were in la Jolla Texas We were just patrolling like we normally do And we came across a law enforcement scene There was migrants on the ground police an ambulance and we got out to shoot some video and border patrol asked us to really stay back and they seemed more flustered than normal So we realized something was going on We saw these two little girls on the ground And we later found out that they were being treated by an EMT We later found out they were I think 5 or 6 years old each and they had just been both of them had been raped by a cartel coyote or a smuggler It was horrific So I do know that happened for sure That two girls 5 or 6 years old were raped By a smuggler Or a operative for the cartels Our borders wide open And this is something Joe Biden can actually do something about
Nina Jankowicz Claims Liberal Voices Are Being Silenced
"Break Our disinformation minister is her expertise in unloading sewage Disinformation sewage into the media markets unparalleled I've never seen someone so capable of misinformation like our misinformation minister Nina Jenkins She lies about everything of significance all the time Therefore yes she's an expert in disinformation She does it all the time She was caught again Here she is hilariously claiming that it's not conservatives targeted on social media No folks it's in fact liberals here Check this out This is like a comedy act Check it out There's already this idea this allegation that there is anti conservative bias on the platforms even though there has been study after study proving in fact that often it's liberal voices that are being silenced particularly minority voices on social media So I think we're going to see more allegations of that She just totally completely made that up This woman said disgrace and a source of endless embarrassment I can only hope only hope through election day She continues to talk She is a source of polarization and there is you want to talk about geo TV getting out the vote Republicans outside of maybe the abortion issue because if we can't defend life we can't event anything I think the idea that a ministry of truth has been appointed to for the sole purpose of targeting conservative voices online I can't think of a better way to go out there and rally the troops to go out to the polling locations and pull that pull that
"jenkins" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Us designers know, I think we have weapons at our disposal that non creative people don't have. I'm too far into the art side of it, but I'm not selling my taking my pieces and selling that at art galleries either. It's sort of like, this is for nobody, but me. From the Ted audio collective, this is design matters with Debbie millman. For 18 years, Debbie millman has been talking with designers and other creative people about what they do, how they got to be who they are and what they're thinking about and working on. On this episode, we hear from musician Jack White and designer Ben Jenkins about their business collaboration. Baseball fights are a really simple thing. I bet I could figure that out. I'd seen these baseball bats and I remember thinking, oh wow, I'm gonna obvious idea, of course. Jack White has been on the music scene for over two decades. First in the band goober and the peas, then in the duo, the white stripes, then the raccoon tears, and the dead weather. He's also released his own solo albums and produced music for artists, including Loretta Lynn, and Beyoncé. He's won many Grammy Awards, and three of his albums have reached number one on all the charts that matter. Ben Jenkins is a different kind of rockstar. He's a former baseball player, turned designer turned entrepreneur in 2011. He started a company that manufactured baseball bats named worst.
Tucker Carlson: Nina Jankowicz' One Skill Is Level Partisan Attacks
"Tucker Carlson last night. His analysis cut 15. Here's Tucker after he watched the Nina jankowicz, the new disinformation czar, channeling Mary Poppins to announce on TikTok, her new role, here was Tucker's classic response. Since the point of the show, we're going to say we're kidding, we're making all of this up. It's not really happening in the country you were born in, but it is happening. That's now a law enforcement official. It's also the person you just saw an individual who brags about getting a master's degree from Georgetown university. In case you were wondering if the entire academic credentialing machine that sustains America's ruling class is in fact a joke spoiler alert, yes, it is a joke. This is somebody was so few useful skills that she describes herself in the first words of her own bio as a quote internationally recognized expert on disinformation. As if that's a job of some sort. Imagine if one of your kids grew up to be an internationally recognized expert on disinformation. The shame you would feel. The pain of knowing that truly an unequivocally you had failed as a parent. After all those years of advanced education, Nina jankowicz became an internationally recognized expert on disinformation. And not only that, she can't even rhyme very well. When Nina Jenkins can do her one skill, the purpose for which she was hired is level partisan attacks on the other side with maximum ferocity. That is her real job. Now you may have noticed if you listen carefully to the diddy did she just say that every example of disinformation her karaoke performance came from people who oppose Joe Biden's policies? Is that a coincidence? Probably not.
"jenkins" Discussed on Asian American History 101
"You're listening to Asian American history one O one, a podcast about Asian American history, from generally known historical happenings to the deeper cuts that we don't hear about in school. Where your hosts, Jen and Ted, the daughter and father team. Welcome to season two episode 16. This is part of our special interview series. Today our special guest is Brad Jenkins. Brad Jenkins is an award winning creator, and he is the president and CEO of the AAPI victory fund. The first super PAC focused on the Asian Pacific Islander community. He's also the CEO and founder of enfranchisement productions prior to joining funny or die as managing a director and executive producer, Jenkins spent four years serving as president Obama's associate director in The White House office of public engagement. During his time in The White House, Jenkins brought together creative executives thought leaders and some of the world's biggest stars to help educate people about president Obama's multitude of forward thinking initiatives. Culminating in the Emmy Award winning between two ferns interview on the Affordable Care Act..
"jenkins" Discussed on Revision Path
"You can go to my website, <Speech_Female> Jenkins, creative <Speech_Telephony_Female> dot com <Speech_Female> that <SpeakerChange> is <Speech_Female> also the handle for <Speech_Female> my Facebook and <Speech_Female> Instagram is Jenkins <Speech_Female> creative. <Speech_Female> I'm also <Speech_Female> going to be <Speech_Female> a <Speech_Female> keynote speaker <Speech_Female> on April <Speech_Music_Female> 30th <Speech_Music_Female> at <Speech_Female> AIGA Baltimore's <Speech_Male> ink <Speech_Male> and pixel event. <Speech_Telephony_Female> So I'll <Speech_Female> be talking about <Speech_Female> being prepared to get <Speech_Female> your dream job or <Speech_Female> leave your dream job <Speech_Female> depending on what you want to <Speech_Female> do. So those <Speech_Female> are the places where I'm going to <Speech_Female> be most <SpeakerChange> present over <Speech_Male> the course of the next couple <Speech_Male> months. <Speech_Male> Sounds good. <Speech_Male> Well, monic <Speech_Male> Jenkins, I want to thank <Speech_Male> you so much <Speech_Male> for coming on the show. <Speech_Male> I have <Speech_Male> to say, you know, just <Speech_Male> your passion <Speech_Male> for your business and <Speech_Male> your enthusiasm for <Speech_Male> the work that you do <Speech_Male> just <Speech_Male> really, really <Speech_Male> shines through and <Speech_Male> I am <Speech_Male> so grateful that we were able to <Speech_Male> connect <Speech_Male> again, congratulations <Speech_Male> on <Speech_Male> the baby. I'm <Speech_Male> really excited to see <Speech_Male> what you <Speech_Male> do in the future. So <Speech_Male> thank you <SpeakerChange> so much for <Speech_Male> coming on the show. I appreciate <Speech_Female> it. Thank <Speech_Female> you for having me. <Speech_Female> I'm also excited <Speech_Female> to see what I'm doing in <Speech_Female> the future. In <Speech_Female> this future, I'm gonna go <Speech_Female> get something to eat because <Speech_Telephony_Female> that's the top priority <Speech_Telephony_Female> on my mind <Speech_Female> right this second, but <Speech_Female> after that, I'm gonna take <Speech_Male> over the world. <Speech_Male> So I'm super <Speech_Female> excited to see <Speech_Female> all of my <Speech_Female> dreams realize <Speech_Music_Male> and expectations <Speech_Female> grow <Speech_Female> over. <Speech_Male> What <SpeakerChange> is this next <Music> phase of my life? <Music> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Big,
"jenkins" Discussed on Revision Path
"Through that something that you didn't want to do to bring you closer to the thing that you wanted to do. Yeah. I don't think that I think that sometimes we're sold this idea that like after college, it's a clear path to working in the industry, but it's hard. It's hard. I mean, at the house and university hadn't done any internships that were specific to my field. And I think that should be a requirement for college. Like if you were spending all this time and money on a degree, you should at least have to take two or three internships specifically in the field that you want to work in because it'll help you to be like, you know what? This is not truly what I want it, like once I got into the environment. But once I started working at AOL, I was like, oh, this is fun. This is wonderful. It's a great company. There are great coworkers. There are fun things in the office, like skateboards, and there are free snacks, but I'm like, something is still missing. I'm still not getting exactly what I need. So I need to think about this and change paths a little bit. So that's what worked for me at least. Now, what were those kind of early days of Jenkins creative like for you? Because you were you're running a studio, but you were also working full time at a few companies, right? Yeah. I remember feeling like, I don't even know what I don't even know. I didn't even know the right questions to ask. I didn't know the right people to talk to. I'm much more into networking now and facilitating relationships with other people, but at the time, I was very much an introvert and I was like, I don't want to talk to nobody. I don't want to let you talk to me. I just want to figure this out on my own. And I think that's a very hard stance to have. So it was lonely and I wasn't exactly sure what I should be doing. I was thinking maybe some classes on how to run a business, but I never really felt like any of the curriculum that I was participating in gave me a full grasp of what was necessary in order to run a business. And time gave me that. It let me know what worked and what didn't work. Where I should invest my resources where I shouldn't, but also in addition to time, like people, like physically meeting people out in the world and understanding how they ran their businesses and understanding what worked or didn't work for them or avenues that I could potentially go down our path, that was what was most helpful for me because I felt like all of the people that I worked with since the time of liberty mutual had had some type of outside of source of revenue or income and had always put it in my head that you can't just have a 9 to 5. Like you got to be able to do something else beyond that. Like what happens if you get fired tomorrow, can you still pay your bills? What are your additional revenue streams and.
"jenkins" Discussed on Revision Path
"Through in depth interviews you'll learn about their work, their goals and what inspires them as creative individuals. Here's your host, Maurice cherry. Hello everybody and welcome to revision path. Thank you so much for tuning in. I'm your host Maurice cherry. This week, I'm talking with Monique Jenkins, CEO of Jenkins creative in Baltimore, Maryland. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do..
Angel Studios' Neal Harmon on Creating Meaningful Stories
"And I'm talking to the head of angel studios. Those are the folks behind drybar comedy. And the chosen among other things, the chosen being the most famous, the chosen you finished the second season you said. You finished filming it. Yes. And Dallas Jenkins. He's the director. Is the director. Yes. And so how do you, how do you pull something like this off? I mean, anytime you do anything like this, I would just imagine, you know, you'd need some theological experts. You need some people around you to make sure that you don't go off the rails. Yeah, so Dallas wisely formed a biblical advisory council that he sends the scripts to to get their feedback and there's a Catholic scholar. There's a evangelical scholar. There's a messianic Jewish rabbi who all give feedback and input into the scripts to make sure that their biblically sound and that they'll reach broad as a market as possible. And he was very wise to do that. We have other creators who are doing something similar. Now, did the Catholic scholar insist that Mary should be portrayed as an Italian woman? Because so there are instances where Dallas overrides it's a good thing you don't have a Greek Orthodox scholar because he knows that she's Greek. No, it's kind of funny whenever you're trying to, you know, it's like you're trying to do something by committee. It's hard. And at the same time, you have to do it when you're doing something like this. Well, and it's not by committee. I don't mean that, but I mean, you need to get that input. There's just no way. That's the input for the market. But he ultimately, he has the creative control for the project. So you're not, so you're saying Mary was not Italian? No, I'm saying that Dallas portrayed Mary as having suffered pain when she gave birth to Jesus. And there are Catholics that don't like to see that. Oh, actually, that's interesting. See now that I love that because that's theologically very interesting.
Lauren Davis on Why She's Running Against Clay Jenkins in Dallas
"Oh it's a pleasure to have you so clay Jenkins Dallas county judge is a genuinely awful human being You don't have to comment on that My humble opinion but there's nothing you can say to dissuade me otherwise He is a buffoon of the highest order Now one of the reasons folks I decided to put Lauren on the show is that Lawrence running against clay Jenkins and has actually taken a stand for crazy things Lauren you know like freedom and liberty for kids in school crazy mask mandates and things like that and clay Jenkins has decided that he is going to rule like an authoritarian and stick by all these debunked mandates and stuff So what made you want to run and tell us about the importance of getting rid of all these mandates and unmasking our kids Yeah so we came up against the mandates I'm just an everyday American I've never been politically active never ran for a public office ever in my life And we are small business owners We own a chain of barbershops as scale nationally My husband and I started that together And just living our American Dream and then government comes in shuts us down takes us to zero We're laying off people that are single mothers and then we fast forward two years and our Dallas ISD independent school district here our public school system decides to defy our governor and require masks at the beginning of the year So I have three kids and my two that were in particular school together We said we'd had enough And we exercised our parental rights and went without a mask and they ended up being the only two out of 604 kids In that school And so what the school did was turn us into a political enemy Build a plexiglass cage in the library for my children and completely take their education away from them So I said I had
Lauren Davis: Having a Family Conversation Before Running for Office
"Clay Jenkins has been an avid supporter of these mask mandates and is actually kind of berated people online who don't go along with this tyranny I know he's listening right now too Someone's clay how are you buddy Yes you're a total buffoon I think you're an idiot I just want you to Lauren stay quiet just me that's just me I don't want to beat you into this but I dislike this guy about as I dislike any single local politician anywhere in the country But clay Jenkins went along with all this buffoonery So you decided I've had enough of this I'm going to do something What does that conversation look like What your family when you're like you know what I'm going to run and I'm going to take away this guy's position because he's a crazy loser What does that sound like Yeah you're right And we had been talking about just the whole world changing as a family We bought our first copy of the constitution over a year ago when we started educating ourselves as a family And so when this came up all three of my kids and my husband and I want to say that the mothers are going to save this country but not without the support of excellent men and my husband we've been together since we were 16 years old And he has been my biggest advocate and engine behind my campaign We ran it together And the family has to come together We have to sharpen ourselves as a unit So we can take on this madness And so we talked about it and my kids are so proud because I'm fighting for them but then they're also seeing us fight for other families and maybe even people who just don't agree with us right now who hate us for standing up They know we're fighting for them and has given them so much purpose So much And we had our primary election recently and I won by 69% against an incumbent and my son said that is the best payback ever mom The best
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings
"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them.
"jenkins" Discussed on iheart POC User
"That too. Okay, we're going to now offer part one of the Jenkins and Jones gift guide for the holiday season in 2021. John unveiled this. What did you find this shit bro? Nigga somebody hit me. I guess so many people hit me in my DMs on Instagram and tweet me about like, y'all gotta talk about this on the pod. And we did. He was right as a motherfucker. We had to talk about that. This is a product called clap cleats, the sex sucks, thrust for the lust. Established 2021 clap their cheeks with clap cleats. The original sex sucks. Traction for the action thrusts for the last bring out your a game at WWW dot clap queen stock. They're old lady socks. They're the grips. Okay? The tagline tells you all you need to know, which I think are great. Also real niggas don't fuck what they socks off, man, okay? We'd be wearing socks because we don't get all the way naked because if you see the titty and you don't see the areola, you ain't never saw a titty. But if the whole city covered, an Ariel isn't you saw the whole titty. You know what I mean? Taking your socks off, you butt Nicky. Even if you ain't butt Nick, you know what I mean? So I feel like you got a booty holiday. You know what I'm saying? As a negative folks what they sucks on a lot. My feet hug the real niggas feet ugly too, but keep it stacking on me. You gotta wait to unveil them, you know what I mean? Yo. I used to be slipping and slide now here. I would have really appreciated some clap cleats, especially when I'm fucking on that hardwood. You know what I mean? So no. I respect the thought behind that, okay? Great stocking stuffer. No pun intended, you know what I mean? So in the Christmas spirit, we've heard of elf on the shelf. But have you heard of a sock for when you're dropping off cock? Another tag line. Drunk give it to him. Charge him. Charge him to jerk if I don't always price, okay? Run that up. 30 K at least. 30 K at least for that. You know what I mean? I'm offended. Come to our podcast. This is a fucking bank tank right here for a fucking disgusting jokes. We are musty enough to participate. Y'all, send us a free pair of collab cleans. Somebody hit them. I'll try them on fucking sound. Do some group on Elmo? You know what I mean? 6 weeks is all what's up? We fini real. Different round is more fucking. Black cleats indeed. I do want to note that this is the funniest shit to me because I'm sure someone just came into a stock of these and was like, I need to figure out a way to sell them. They do make these socks for old people. They do to make sure they don't cook and fall. And this is a tremendous pivot for that product to say. These are not old lady safety socks. These are fucking socks. Somebody, somebody was born and they grandmother socks and accidentally fell into simplicity and was like. We don't ran up on some, you know me. You learn that type of shit from experience. Nobody looked at them and thought of that. That happened in real life. You feel me?.
"jenkins" Discussed on Persons Unknown
"Case. He is still hopeful and constantly searching for this in the winter of two thousand eight. A memorial bench was failed by friends. Billie joe in alexandra park opposite where the jenkins used to live. It just made active in old oak tree by creative artists. Inscription on it reads side-by-side a miles apart friends close to the heart. This case is flemish me. Like no other i've researched. It's so painfully sad and at the same on a mystery i can't stop thinking about. I've changed my opinion about several times through the writing of this episode. And i'm still unclear about what they think happened but he chose life was taken. Justice is starting and in the afterma. It left the family destroyed. It was so sad to read. Twenty two year old lottie jenkins his testimony at the t- thousand five retrial. The emotional and psychological scars from that's often in february nineteen ninety seven will to advocate. I'm inclined to agree with What tom can reinvestigating the case day. Dna analysis is come on so much since the mid two thousand that there is good scientific grants reopening the investigation justice forbidding. Joe surely worth another shot.
"jenkins" Discussed on Persons Unknown
"With the first emergency coal at three fifty eight pm. The defense argued. He simply did not have the time to kill billie joe. The original statements from anion lottie largely agreed with shawn's version of events and backed up the notion that there wasn't enough time for sure to commit the murder the accusation that jenkins cities the trip to the diy store to buy white spirit to create. An alibi was misleading as they said like a lot of people he had simply forgotten. The -til ready to battle tucked away in a cupboard. Evidence was presented regarding incidents of break-ins and prowlers in the neighborhood. An article from the guardian in february nineteen ninety seven was mentioned which explicitly told the can't of local residents complaining of liquors in prowl is as was mentioned earlier. The jenkins family had several incidents when the gate was found open including one time when a pain in the patchy dill damaged. The defense argued this incident. With potentially linked to billie joe's murder the man known as mister b. was brought up as a potential suspect. Mr bean was set. You've had a very confusing conversation with the owner of bed-and-breakfast not long before the murder and had walked off towards the town center which would have taken him as the jenkins's house when he was being questioned by police he displayed some odd behavior. And of course the. The pieces of a plastic bag found lodged his nose. Just like billy. Joe was very suspicious. He was also found to have peace in his underwear. It certainly seems like a very strange coincidence. But that's is what police and the prosecution said it was a several witnesses placed the man at least fifteen minutes from the scene at the time of amid only one witness placed him near the house forensic tests also said to backup the belief that the man was innocent and had nothing to do with the attack. The defense also heard from the first paramedics attended the scene when he noticed too muddy footprints. Really joe's legs as if someone had been standing on her. Unfortunately no photos were taken of this and the marks disappeared when the body was moved. What was noted. Was that sean jenkins issues. Were found to have no on them during the routine investigation of the crime scene on the day of the murder on the second of july nineteen ninety eight forty one year. Old sean jenkins was found. Guilty of the mood of billie joe jenkins and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term. To be served of twenty five years. He was sent to serve his time in the category. A bow mosh prison southeast london. He was late to move to wakefield prison before his trial shown jenkins righty spent some time in prison insects until he was granted bail. Things have been tough. That one incident almost sort fellow inmate takeout. These with a pencil. Belmarsh by comparison make lease look like a walk in the park. It wasn't long before three prisoners attack. The now notorious sure jenkins and nearly drowned him in both sal mate only spent one night in the same. Sally jenkins sold the story to the news of the world's when he was released saying that show had confessed to him about the mid. Sean jenkins denied this trae instead in an interview given in two thousand and ten when he complained to the warden prison that this happened he was taken from the sal. I'm putting a filthy segregation ring. The legal atis. He was working on with taken from him and never returned listening to this. Many people find it hard to find sympathy for man who is a convicted child murderer. There were however those. Felt the case against sean jenkins have been thin. Even people who believed he was guilty. Surprised that he wasn't acquitted at trial g to lack of evidence in one thousand. Nine hundred. ninety nine sean. Jenkins and his legal team appealed his conviction. The appeal was largely on the basis of the forensic evidence given at the first trial about the microscopic droplets insurance fleece. They felt grinds with strong. I'm hopeful for positive outcome. Especially after atv documentary trial in ever covered the case the appeal however failed and the legal had to go back to the drawing board. The case is then taken up by the criminal. Cases review commission see they look into cases where there could be grounds for nether appeal the crc. From the original trial. Sean stewart onion lahti did not give evidence and they should have been heard from back. In nineteen ninety-seven lowest jenkins apparently told police to change their stories which originally had backed up shawn's version of events show felt. His ex wife persuaded them to do so. After a long four years in may two thousand and three sean jenkins's case was sent back to the court appeal on a little over a year later in july. Two thousand and full shawn's conviction was quashed largely on the basis of the forensic aspect of the appeal. This anti was released on bail at the new trial would take place. Bail was allowed because the original judge at granted bail before the first trial. Interestingly it was made clear that the decision to cautions conviction was not on the basis of anne in lahti not giving evidence the first trial this was deemed is not significant in the outcome of the original trial. The new trial started in april. Two thousand five technology had obviously come a long way in the eight years since the first trial and the forensic evidence was pulled apart by the defense team. An argument made in the first trial. The blood spots could not be made billie joe acts hailing as she had a blockage in her lower airway was proven true. It actually being up all the evidence in the first trial was gone over again. The jerry could not decide on a verdict and another trial was scheduled. Third and final trial began in the autumn of two thousand. Five in it. The defense cancel directly confronted. The aspersions hinted at by the prosecution in the first trial that there was a sexual element to the way. Sean viewed his foster daughter. They said there was absolutely no evidence. That he had sexually abused. Billie joe and there was no motive for him to harm her again. It was the forensic evidence that was k- specifically what caused the presence of one hundred fifty. Eight million microscopic black spots on insurance clothing the second retrial also ended in a hung jerry fist time. The prosecution They would not seek a for trial. Showing jenkins was acquitted by the crime. Prosecution service in february two thousand six as he gave a short speech to the press on the steps of the old bailey. Last in the incompetence of the police vowing to find the real killer. He was attacked by two of biti jos. Aunts mckee costner. I'm bev williams. They furious that new forensic evidence was not allowed to be heard in court. They claim test not confirmed the presence of bone fragments amongst the blood on showing jenkins's fleece for bam. This wasn't the end of the story. They still believed.
"jenkins" Discussed on Persons Unknown
"Work by the car and shown was briefly in house. Aligned with billie joe. This was the moment. The prosecution argued shot and killed. Billy jo they then said shown went to the diy still in an attempt to create an alibi himself and in lahti mentioned they're driven around the park twice and the prosecution. Said this is pretty for sean jenkins trying to buy himself some time. They pointed to the fact that show one hundred hundred without tiny white spirit and the police found a bottle of the cleaning liquid already in the house. The prosecution mentioned additional evidence against show. He was criticized for his actions. When i finding betty jo he had not attempted. Cpr tried to put in the recovery position. This is seen as highly suspicious response from someone who supposedly cared for billie joe. They claimed he had lied and he told a neighbor at the scene that he had attempted emergency aid the resources of the accusation that show and had not been for an ambulance straight away anti delayed doing so for several minutes he apparently i chose to just the volume on the ringtone on one of the house landline phones as it coincidentally was ringing when he came back into the house after betty jo he then decided to call the night. Before how i'll mention here. I have read another time line which has shown phoning for an ambulance before he found the neighbor. I presume the prosecution's decisions. Based on phone records the emergency calls themselves of which not will also scrutinized. The prosecution deemed shown jenkins to being untruthful. In some of the responses he gave during the conversations with the coal operators show was alleged to have misled the emergency services when he said that he and his daughters had returned to the house to find billy joe in that state after being away for forty five minutes in fact it was near a fifteen to twenty minutes during one of the nine nine nine calls show was us to fail for pulse and maeve billie joe into the recovery position. The prosecution said that he didn't do either of these things in the recording of one of the nine nine nine calls. The emergency operator can be heard asking sean. If billy joe was still breathing to which he replied he didn't know. This seemed to contradict lighter information given by show on during police questioning when he said he saw a bubble from her nose and you she was still alive at that point they also said that while waiting for the ambulance showing try to shake off and then to wash off the blood from his hands which they claimed not thing to be worrying about. Billy joe was lying. There in that state evidence was heard from the paramedics and police officers first on the scene. They all seem to share. The same opinion. Shown was ugly calm and seemed more interested in making. Sure the rafe if he's rover. Mj was put up before it started. Raining sean also reportedly went to sit alone in car while snipers consult is traumatized villages. The prosecution kaime. He did this in order to provide a reason. Why biti jos blood or other forensic evidence may be in the car. they also recounted. That work colleague turned up at the house. Completely oblivious to the afternoons events and show did not mention to them what had happened. The prosecution painted the of a devious initiative man who had been hot headed and violent committing the crime and cold and calculating and he's efforts to cover it up. They claim he lied from the start. Originally when questioned he did not go back into the house after returning from cannot lottie from her clarinet lesson. I'd only change this detail. After an in lahti said he had done in their statements. All the talk from sean jenkins about proud in the vicinity the prosecution said was fabricated and the police had records of any complaints. The jerry was left with a strong hint that there was a possibility that shown jenkins had a sexual interest in betty jo. The defense responded with their own version of the narrative that of a loving foster father in shock after the horror of what happened to the girl he cared for that forensic experts the microscopic blood splatter. Phantom insurance close was the result of billie joe exiling has shown lifted ahead. They made the point. That the person who committed such Attack would be covered in blood blood splattered all over. The patio patio. till so. why. Not over sean jenkins. If he was the merger defense council made the point that the tent pag was in full view of anyone who came through the gate into the garden and the blood was found on both ends of the tent peg the assailants would surely have had bloodstained hands and cuffs. Which shown jenkins did not the merger. We will also had paint splashes on them. Only one paint mark was found jenkins close but it was an older stain. Interestingly no fingerprints found on the tent peg which the defense said resort considering the supposed frenzied attack jenkins was accused of carrying out. They also noted that the ten pack was on top of the coal bunker which is at the bottom of the garden and was not on. Hand near billie joe. If jenkins did go into a rage he would have had to travel a long way to retrieve the peg which did not fit with the out of control narrative. The prosecution was spinning. If shown jenkins was the conniving in devious man. He was being made at be. He said he would have surely not left the mood weapon right next to her body. In cases fingerprints were on. It said it was not possible for sure jenkins to have committed the murder cleaned and composed himself in the timeframe given by the prosecution. If sean jenkins chopped off his daughter's friend following the clarinet essen between three fifteen and three twenty pm as the friends. Parents say there is no way he could have committed the murder. It would have taken at least four and a half minutes for him. Lottie anne to return home and the trip to the diy still was at least fifteen minutes.
"jenkins" Discussed on Persons Unknown
"Traditionally hastings was known as being a quiet seaside town with a high crime rate and violent crime in particular was low over the previous months however neighbors of the jenkins family spoke several robberies occurring in the area. The last couple of years there have been concerned amongst residents of drug dealing happening. Alexandra park the highest next door to the jenkins was currently unoccupied. It had been bought to be used as housing association accommodation but to being empty for months. It could have provided the perfect cover for this silent too. Lame wait ready to attack at tanaka chain moment. This sydney appear to be an avenue with exploring and even more so reports reach. Police that billie joe are complained on more than one occasion since christmas. Nineteen ninety-six that she felt. She was being watched or followed she described stalker as a white man in his forties or fifties. Who wore black lever jacket. This description is apparently similar to that. Given by sean jenkins of the man he saw staring at the family house. This was not the first time very. Joe had told the someone showing her unwanted attention. Two years previous should shed with foster parents that she felt. The man was stalking her. This information was passed onto. Helen's with comprehensive so they were aware of the situation. The family also reported receiving strange phone calls at the house. The person calling. We'd always hang up a call before speaking so their identity or the reason behind the kohl's is a complete mystery detective superintendent. Jeremy pain made this information public hoping it may bring forth some leads mattress days following the murder. Police announced that they had arrested a forty full year. Old man in connection with the attack. He had a large birthmark on his face. I was reported as being the same scarface plan seen carrying a plastic bag and french loaf in the vicinity on the day of the he was not in custody very long being released into the care of a psychiatric hospital and dismissed the suspect it was later revealed that he was also found to have a piece of plastic bag wedged in his nostrils. And the man who is suffering with a mental illness had an obsession with plastic. This man was later known. Only as mr be during proceedings. Within hours of mr b's release another unidentified man was arrested. He too was believed not to be involved in the murder. And after an interview with investigators is free to leave with so much focus on the attacker being Stranger it came as a shock when police announced nine days following the murder on the twenty fourth of february nineteen ninety. Seven that sean jenkins had been arrested as in any investigation of a crime. Like this the lies of biti. Jos foster parents were examined in forensic detail. Police discovered some things about shawn which raised a few red flags. They found that he had lied about his qualifications in order to obtain his current job. Is deputy headteacher william park school if he was lying in one area of his life. Kitty relying in another as police dug deeper agree. More suspicious of shown came out. That lewis jenkins itself went to police saying she thought her husband could be the killer of their foster daughter. It was only four days or so after the murder that the thought struck her that it could be shown. She claimed he liked to motion in those first few days following the murder and offered very little support to her. She told police that show on how to control in personality and it was coming for him to get angry and leases temper lower sources said. She did not like the way he chose to discipline. I'd daughters using a stick times to administer coporate punishment. She did say she had not seen him hit billie joe. This information meant that showing jenkins became the prime suspect. He was questioned for three weeks following. His arrest was finally charged with billie joe's murder at the same time he was also charged with dishonestly obtaining pecuniary advantage in relation to the false qualifications used to obtain his current senior teaching position. Children was granted bail amused apparition mid-wales despite living most of his adult life in england. Kid growing up. In wales spending. Time in penn coit upper race with a north wales. He thought this would be a good place to find some space and mentally half the trial during this time. Lowest divorced him moved abroad with the full gills. The trial of sean jenkins began in june nineteen ninety eight. The story of the mid fifteen year old had touched. The nation entered being a huge story in the media. Everyone had an opinion on it. The prosecuting team like with the idea that sure and who killed billy after continually infrastructure to her over the course of that day the reasons for the conflict to normal domestic issues that occur all the time between parents and teenagers all over the world. The prosecution argued that this built up beyond all proportion insurance mind causing him to lease temper and violently snap kidding his foster daughter in a frenzied rage. The evidence used against sean jenkins was essentially two pronged. The i was largely forensic and we st to the presence of tiny blood droplets invisible to the naked i discovered on insurance plea fleece forensic examination revealed one hundred fifty eight million microscopic particles of blood which the prosecution that were caused by an active control. Show jenkins raining down. Play on his foster to the second was a three minute window of opportunity which the prosecution said was enough time for sure and to commit the attack the time period. They are referring to off the show and anti picked lottie in the clarinet. Lessen the three entered the house potomac straightaway. Sean said they were going to pick up. What spirit from the diy still gills went.
"jenkins" Discussed on Persons Unknown
"And then for walk along the beach. Omnium billie joe remained with sean as they were keen to do some chores for pocket money lottie had to clarinet not senate two pm which the family actually forgot about. Until one of latino friends parents arrived to pick her up between two pm and three pm. Any create. A utility room shown the garden. I'm billy joe painted. The patio door frame was listening to the radio at three. Pm shown any with him to go and pick up lottie. They took lotus frank home. I chopping her off between three fifteen and three twenty pm. Show onion lotti van retuned the jenkins house. According to the two girls they went back into the house paternity very briefly just long enough to pose it clarinet. Show then said they needed to go out to buy some white spirit to clean. The paint marks that billie joe dripped onto the patio. The gills went outside to wait for their father. He wasn't long behind them. Maybe three minutes shown a slightly longer rate to the still because he didn't want to perform tune in that busy road the gills nights. They drove twice around the park on rate when they got to. The shop shown realized that he didn't have any money with him so they returned without any white spirit as the cop. One of the girls so that the side gate to the garden was open. Latina rushed ahead into the house. Lottie entered the dining room. I through the patio doors. She so billie joe covered in blood. When shown lottie screen he rushed to her and found billie joe on the patio. Lying in a pool of blood ahead was facing down the garden with her left cheek against the hard floor. One of hands raised by her face. Her legs were together and straight. She had obvious injuries to her head. In fact her skull had been crushed next to her. Stood a paint brush and a one kilogram forty five centimeters long. I in ten pack show and described. The moment is having a strange stillness. Time had frozen and dark. Evil dented their lives. He has said he was afraid to touch her as he could see pieces of skull and brain matter on her face. He bent down next to her body. Until onion lottie to go into the playroom he made some half across the face and lifted ahead released his hold when it felt for had with misshapen when he is with swollen he went to the telephone around a friend and neighbor denise lancaster for how she arrived promptly and said when she saw betty joe. She looked like she was asleep. She noticed the straight position. If likes she approached her and could see how devastating injuries were out untouched. Face sean jenkins then rang. The emergency services telling the cool operator that is still had fallen and had head injuries. He also mentioned that there was a lot of blood. He did not mention the tent peg but it is unclear whether in the chaos of the moment shown had even noticed he likes to set he knew straightaway that this was not an accident. The time cole was recorded at three thirty eight. Pm around eight minutes later. The neighbor told him two four nine nine nine again in an attempt to get assistance quicker. Sean did so when the ambulance arrived. Billie joe is already deceased. The postmortem detailed the horrific injuries billie joe hadn't gibb that often name. She suffered twenty separate injuries including six to the left side of her head in what was described as a frenzied attack. The top of his skull was shotted and to bring badly damaged in the assault. The skull had fracture lines down to the eyes and nose. And there were four lacerations the broken skull and brain visible through three of these other injuries included two buckeyes and breeze into the back of the hand four Which could have been the result of billie joe trying to protect yourself. A weapon was confirmed. As the i intent pag. Franco's to the body it belonged to the jenkins's which usually in the utility room it was originally used with three similar pags to keep the play swing reached it to the ground had been given the chill cleaning out the ability room at found the pegs and place them on top of no coal bunker at the bottom of the garden. Billy joe not been sexually assaulted but bizarrely a piece of black. Plastic bag was discovered in her left nostril. The piece of plastic was originally. Noticed but denise lancaster the neighbor and friend jenkins family came to assist. Sean she said the piece of plastic was large enough to see retreating from her nose when she pulled it. Blood came out but this information a major investigation that by detective-superintendent jeremy pain started in analyst lowest show to live press conference appealing for anyone. With any knowledge or information no matter how small or seemingly insignificant to come forward. Police made an early plead to the public. That they were trying to trace the scarface. Homeless man said to be seen loitering in the vicinity. He was said to be white wispy fair and standing at approximately five feet ten inches tall witness reports that he was holding a plastic bag from the safeway supermarket chain and french bread. But get over the past few years. The jenkins family have been convinced. Prowler had been hanging around the neighborhood. And the house in particular vulnerable because people would often use the side entrance to the house and garden to make shortcut to the park. The family had gotten staffordshire terrier buster to help with this issue although in reality he was very friendly and not fierce enough to be a guard. Dog the problem of prowlers and low level crime have been increasing gradually over the years and the jenkins's cars had been plus being interviewed. Sean jenkins told police. He believes someone had been watching the house and even sneaking into their backyard and regularly over the last few months two weeks before the attack he had actually called a person in the act of breaking into the garden they had fled before he could get a good look them during this incident. The pacu deals with damaged a week or so before that he witnessed the man staring at the family. Home from across the street at the entrance to alexandra park this incident troubled sharon lois so much that they purchase them security lights to give them peace of mind even after that there were several incidents of finding the side gate wide-open which they couldn't get to the bottom of the family was so fed up with the problem.
"jenkins" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann
"Jink inspires instructs hundreds of people with his podcast programs online courses and books as well a popular speaker on the topic of wealth. God's way he is an authority on faith and finance and as you all know in this pandemic economy we need. What dexter be jenkins. Has we really do so. Let's get started now. And if you're ready we're ready as well as so pasa jenkins. Let's first of all talk about and i want you to show the genesis of how you were inspired to be of service to the lord our god. We needed so much today..
"jenkins" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"And i think the opposite is actually true. I think that. I think that's not to bring this to show but i think that's one of the things that resonates with people about the show. Is we do show you the before. we do. Watch season one especially and now that you watch the even that they're following. Jesus we show. Yeah this ain't always fun. This ain't always going to be easy. And in fact oftentimes extremely painful and the the key is to to differentiate between joy and happiness because happiness is something that comes and goes and some can sometimes even based on my case where the cubs win or lose but the but joy is one of those things that for me. The one of the most joyous moments of my life was in the six months after my movie failed. And i didn't know if i was ever gonna make another movie again and it's out of that that i did a short film from churches christmas eve service which felt like a big step down from a big hollywood movie that i had done. I'm shooting a christmas bertha christ short film on my friends farm twenty minutes from my house and illinois for my church christmas eve service and that short film is what ultimately led to the crowdfunding season one and birth the entire chosen project. And i think that's but but but my joy and my perspective has not changed iota if anything it's been proven but since that moment when i was my farm going man this little thing i'm doing for my church doesn't feel as big as hollywood movie house doing and i'm more joyous and have more peace than i ever did man. That's incredible that is such a gift to because as we watch the chosen knowing these things going on in the background in your life. Actually make all the jesus parts feel more beautiful. Because you're like man all the people who are behind. This are having to live this before they can even make this episode all that such a great. Yeah that's a great point because here's what's funny about it and he is this. My story is actually quite similar to a lot of the actors like this not. I'm not telling tales out of school. I mean a lot of these actors have said this in public but like liz tabesh who plays mary. Magdalene has said multiple times that she had just like two weeks before she got the script for the chosen told her agent. Don't submit me anymore on giving up in the business. I'm she was at a extreme low point. She was struggling went depression and and then when she when her agent saw the script for the chosen was like. I gotta get this tour. I don't wanna give. I read and then fell apart reading on her bed. Reading that script Porous patel plays. Matthew said the same thing is like i was in a struggle and my career. I didn't know where i'm going next. I mean we have chosen. Is this collection of so many people more than anyone myself myself. Me more than anyone of people who are like. We don't know if we have another project to to do in this business. We don't know where our future is. Were literally just kind of like broken surrendered hands out and so many people have the same story and have come together on this show and i do think that there's something to that. I do think that it's i think there's something to like when you watch the show. I think there's an authenticity that comes from. That place that that i think isn't being faked. I think just part of it. I do one of our friends from our. Afdc week in review. Email that submitted. A question for you. I love this question. You kind of walked right into it jin ass. If you if there is a disciple you are growing to identify the most with as you are making the show so this is one question that i've been asked many times. Sure not dismiss the question at all. It's a great question. And i mean this genuinely first of all. It's hard to say because they're all my children and in many ways my co writers and i it's it'd be like choosing which of your anti jesus. It's not a disciple. Jesus in the chosen you look in the dallas jenkins experiences with my kids experience. Just like jesus is the but even when you have kids you sometimes you when you look at a certain kid you go. That's that's me. I can see my dna and that kid more than almost any other kids. But but here's the second point that i think is true is chosen does actually reflect a lot of the dna of myself and my co writers and those were creating the show in the sense of i would say that each of the characters is rooted in some sort of experience. We've had i mean you look at for example like simon and in his wife. Eden eden isn't character. You see in the bible. But we know that simon was married because it mentioned his mother-in-law and so a lot of those scenes in season one. We're seen them at home. Some of their marital conflict. And and and some of the victories that they had are are routed. A lot and what my wife and i have experienced and mary magdalene of course never been demon possessed but her vices that she was experiencing as a result of that especially her alcoholism and our struggles that that relapse comeback season two. That was in some for some people controversial when we show mary magdalene kind of relapsing and some of her struggles. Well we did. We did an interview after episode six. When we were michael ryan swanson who publicly has acknowledged this again. I'm not telling tales at a school. I mean he's ten years sober. He was eight for two years a devastated alcoholic. I mean we're to where every morning he would wake up. Just drive just to create room for more alcohol..
"jenkins" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"The smartest way to hire barry jenkins is a true artist and inspired artists. And i really need to to set this up properly. 'cause i i imagine a lot of you haven't watched underground railroad. Maybe you haven't made it through the first two episodes. You might not make it through it all. But i do want to make it clear here. We talk about underground railroad a lot. And there's no regard for spoilers in this conversation and to be honest with you. It doesn't matter that the series is more of a kind of poem a visual poem both elevating and horrific and the journey of the narrative is. It's important but you're not watching it to see what happens. You're watching it to sort of be taken somewhere and and be sort of informed educated elevated in horrified at the foundation of institutional racism. Being americans wavering. So i wouldn't get too hung up on. This is an important piece of art. And and i'm talking to the artist so i want to be able to dive into his intentions and and talk about his vision and And i saw the whole show. So i'm going to engage with this and i believe if you listen to this conversation it will enrich your experience when you see it if you choose to watch it and it's just i just wanna make it clear. It's not a matter of it being spoiled. It's about having a deeper understanding of why he did what he did and executed it the way he did. And it's not going to ruin it for you. But i do suggest you watch it. Underground railroad is now streaming on amazon prime video. And this is me talking to the director and writer of this ten episode piece of art berry. Jenkins place prevail giving. Yeah so fucking. I'm sorry just ate leftovers.
"jenkins" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"Klif now the big story of the morning. The fda has taken steps now to shore up the defenses of millions of vulnerable americans against corona virus now authorizing an extra dose of two widely used vaccines for some people with weakened immune systems. This is pretty interesting. I didn't expect it to come this quickly but needed i. Yeah the fda means that means that additional shots could be available as soon as this weekend for patients who have received organ transplants or have certain types of cancer or have or other illnesses. Basically if you have a compromised immune system. I guess you can. Just which one do they give you though. Do they give you the first shot of the second shot either pfizer or madonna. And i guess that depends on which one you had already. But but the johnson johnson vaccine is not included because they don't feel that they have enough data on that. But i mean the first shot in the second shot or different they. I don't know. I don't know maybe they're all the same. I thought they were different. But maybe they are the same. I don't know. I wonder if they're going to offer a third one of the second one of the johnson johnson eventually. I don't know there's you know there's some confusion here so i hope we don't hear from dr ci about it today. I'm sure we will just make it more confusing The fight over mask. Mandates between dallas county judge. Clay jenkins had governor abbott his spill beyond the courthouse steps to the steps of the judge's house. More than seventy five people showed up last night at jenkins home in dallas to protest. His emergency order requiring masks and this whole situation is very confusing filled with legalese. So here's the basic gist governor abbot signing executive order saying local governments. Can't requiring masks and this week. Jenkins filed a temporary restraining order to block. The governor's order at a dallas judge. Granted it so jenkins issued his own emergency executive order requiring mass at schools in certain businesses and then of course governor avid appealed that decision to the fifth court of appeals in dallas. Here's what attorney. Eric audio told us yesterday about the whole process. The fifth quarter appeals here in dallas and You know that is a relatively progressive court. So i i could anticipate that that probably would be a situation wherein they might agree with parker and then ultimately it'll make its way the text spring court where where i think it might be looked a little bit differently. We've got an all republican Court at the supreme court. So it's a situation that ultimately I think the governor might actually went to the bottom line. Is eric told us yesterday. Is that It's possible that a week from now we will have.
"jenkins" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"But i think it goes to show just how Just like sacrilegious. It was to break. Savage back fan was at two thousand years ago So it kind of gives like the has this almost like holistic aspect to it and that it gives the context that maybe a average bible reader would be able to convey from just reading that passage of scripture. But as you guys have all been saying it does make me a lot more excited to kind of go back and learn like okay. What was going on during that time. What was the synagogue like. What was it like going to synagogue. <hes> so yeah i think dallas jenkins i think the word. I think that's the word i was looking for to. He gives us like holistic representation of what biblical times were like and so the the significance that it has on scripture in really makes you sit back and reflect to like is these people were so if these people were so like enlightened by jesus teachings and yes there's a part of like they got to walk with jesus but like are we still. Are we still experiencing that all like are we still experiencing that that Excitement in learning jesus's teachings because although we weren't there like we're still called to like delight in the lord were so called to <hes> to learn scripture for ourselves like you guys were saying yeah no really good insight James yes. I just wanna to say jordan. Actually the bible does mention. It's in matthew chapter twelve verse. One that jesus and his disciples walking through the fields and they pick the grain in eight it on the savage day so it doesn't specifically call out peter but sort of implies that there were more than one of them that did it so you know. They took that little tiny half of verse and made it to something much bigger For that so and so special you know so we know. He's working on seasons three. Usually usually there is kind of a big scene. obviously or an event for every finale. I think i have heard that they are going to spend. I don't know. I don the the the number seven is in my mind now now. I'm wondering if i'm making making that up but seven seasons before they get to the crucifixion I don't know i'd have to don't quote me on that. I need to verify that someone reason in my mind but you know i'm hopeful that even after the crucifixion. He will continue because to be honest for me as a relatively new bible reader and this was a few years ago i was just so so inspired and fascinated with aks because in my mind you have just lost your your lord your best friend all of this. How can you even go on. And i'm i would love to see what acts in the hands of dallas jenkins could be like and so. I'm hoping that he does plan to do that. But i'm not sure where he's going to stop guys. This has been amazing. I had no idea he was going to jump on here. But yeah thanks to everybody This was a this was a really special experience. This has been the house of joy we are under the auspices of christian podcasters connect. You know what to do press the little greenhouse so that you can connect with us and you will see all the upcoming rooms. This is just one room of many in christian podcasters connect. And so i encourage you to do that and listen to all of the great content. Next week we're going to talk about weakness and you might wonder how you can talk about joy and weakness. Well yep it's there. We're going to do it. We hope to see you next week. Guys have a wonderful weekend and blessings on you.
"jenkins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Kenneka jenkins was born and raised in chicago illinois to her mom theresa martin by all accounts. She and her mom had an amazing relationship. You can find multiple pictures and videos online of them laughing joking around and just having fun together in two thousand fourteen can nica had just gotten a job at a nursing home in room nine twenty six of the crown plaza chicago o'hare hotel in rosemont connecticut. Jenkins attended a rain roberts. Birthday party with her friends her mom let her borrow her car that evening so she could go to the party. Allegedly thirty six people were in and out of rome. Nine twenty six that night hotel parties have been popular for decades especially among young twenty. Somethings kaneko was nineteen at the time and just wanted to go out and have a great time with people that she believed were her friends. The party kicked off on friday night around eleven thirty on september eighth of two thousand seventeen by the accounts of some people there. They said they didn't see can smoke any weed or partake in any drugs that she was drinking a little alcohol. Her friends were on facebook. Live that night and you can hear can eek assay in the background. I'm not drunk to be completely fair. A lot of us have said that when we are in fact drunk a male acquaintance of others at the party walked in and claimed kaneko was swaying back and forth while giving him a big hug. Witnesses said can nico was not at all herself that night. She seemed upset about something she would be dancing around and then she would go sit by ourself looking really sad some saw wandering the hotel halls with her buddies and surveillance cameras showed as she was stumbling towards the front desk a little after three in the morning after this allegedly buddy new where she went about an hour later her mom was called and she immediately went to the hotel to look for her daughter. The search for caen goes started at five thirty in the morning as a mom. Would theresa went around the whole hotel knocking on every door wanting to know if anyone had seen her daughter or if she was possibly in another room eventually a hotel employee was upset and annoyed about this and called nine one one. The hotel management was very uncooperative. Telling theresa they couldn't show her any of their surveillance footage until kaneko was officially reported missing to authorities. The police were notified and reportedly. They didn't seem to be in a hurry to do anything. The police finally reported her missing on saturday. At one fifteen in the afternoon there appeared to be no sense of urgency. On the police's part at all