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Fresh update on "joel" discussed on WNYC Programming
"That was Joel Brady. He and his wife, Peggy, have four Children. Joel is a professor of religious studies at the University of Pittsburgh. And in avid climber, he says he and Peggy don't skate much at all anymore. And as for that mystery skater He wrote. The light touch with which he initially caught me was matched only by the gentleness with which he released me on Lee to skate off and vanish into the crowd have sometimes wondered if he was an angel. You can see a picture of Joel and his wife, Peggy, on that fateful night at the Devil Island roller drum on our Web sites, the ma dot org's Sadly, he doesn't have a picture of his signature move. But if you google.
Joel Embiid Scores Career-High 50 Points To Lead Philadelphia 76ers Past Chicago Bulls
"Is a pro. He had to share the spotlight with Donovan Mitchell, who scored 51 in the same memorable playoff game this past summer. First time. Murray scores 50 in the regular season. Joelle and Bead does the same separate games at least Murray efficient as he could be 21 of 25 from the field in a win over the Cavaliers. Indeed, meanwhile, said his own career high while his Sixers topped the Bulls, they put that exactly 50 points. The Clippers bounced back two nights after
Embiid scores career-high 50 points to lead 76ers past Bulls
"The seventy Sixers got a dominant performance from center Joel Embiid as they held all the bills for a one twelve one oh five when it be scored thirteen in the fourth including six in a seven nothing run that put the Sixers ahead the state and be finished with a career high fifty points the first such as player to score fifty since Allen Iverson that it back at two thousand five speaks about twenty games is used and it all begins and all big numbers but just one minute of the cross was needed for me and then I'm gonna I'm gonna do it the bias Harris added twenty two Zach Levine had thirty for the bulls Michael Luongo Philadelphia
ICE unveils new rules limiting arrests and deportations
"Years of former President Trump's immigration crackdown, the Biden administration is telling ice to change its ways. Administration announced new guidelines today for agents at immigration and Customs enforcement, putting limits on who they can arrest and deport. But that effort faces push back even from inside the agency. NPR's Joel Rose covers immigration and joins us now he, Joel. They also so what exactly do these new guidelines say? Well, these guidelines air really aimed at reining in ice. Remember Ice is the agency that enforces immigration laws. It's charged with arresting and deporting people who are in the country illegally. And in many ways, I say agents became the face of former President Trump's immigration crackdown. Now these agents are being told to focus on non citizens who pose the most pressing threats to national security and public safety. Ice leadership says this is the best way to use the agency's limited resource is So this really is a big shift from the trump years when I say agents were empowered to detain anybody they encountered who was in the country illegally. That really had the desired effect of spreading fear in immigrant communities, right? Okay, well, Ice now has to prioritize people who are the most pressing threats to public safety. What exactly does that even mean? Well in practice, according to this guidance, that means people convicted of an aggravated felony, including violent crimes, like rape or murder or people convicted of actively participating in a criminal gang. So those would be considered public safety threats, Whereas ah lot of other crimes would not low level drug offenses, for example, immigration offenses, money laundering, simple assault, even driving under the influence immigrants convicted of those crimes with generally not be considered priorities for arrest or deportation. A nice field officers would need pre approval from a supervisor in order to make arrests on I understand that there has been some pushback against this guidance already. What are critics saying so far? Well, immigration hardliners have been critical. They say the Biden administration is essentially abolishing ice without actually abolishing it. I talked to Tom Homan, who served as the acting ice director under former president Trump. And home and says rank and file A say Ice agents are not happy about this. The men and women I know they took an Olsen force immigration laws. It's unfortunately, can't do the job that took an old to enforce. And it's unfortunate that many criminals will be walking the streets of America because this administration simply thinks We're not important enough to take off the street. But there have been critics on the left two among immigrant advocates. The CEO, You just came out with a statement slamming this new guidance, saying it doesn't go far enough to break from the quote harmful deportation policies of Trump and former president Obama. And that black and brown immigrants will continue to be disproportionately targeted by ice. What
Learn How to Break Away From the Pack & Standout In a Busy Marketplace with Dr. Joel Kahn
"Welcome to healthcare business. Secrets show where we interview industry leaders and break down exactly how they dominated the markets you can live from the best and can w revenue w impact and w time off and this episode was speaking. Joel can joel. Otherwise known as america's healthy hot dog is a graduate of the university of michigan. School of medicine is a clinical professor of medicine at wayne state university school of medicine a frequent lecturer and author on topics of vegan nutrition health heart disease reversal and has written several books about alternative nutrition and hothouse. He's had been a guest and commentator amy. Tv shows podcasts. Magazines m practices at the concept of a cardiac longevity is very unpracticed in michigan. Welcome to the show joe. Thank you so much excited to share with the audience. Yeah so i wanted to kind of give out with some background on you. And and how you got into the space because you've kind of gone down a different role than maybe stanford medicine and things teaches. Unfortunately not because of any time in the in the slammer or any problems with my license in a somewhat thoughtful various er- pigeon Course but i grew up in detroit michigan Talking now from the suburb in detroit michigan attended university in ann arbor. Michigan graduated top of my class medical school. But i knew from about a swallow wanted to be a heart moved to dallas moved to kansas city out and training with the best skills and particularly treating heart attacks with angioplasty instead. You have some wonderfully people from australia. New zealand in the my mentor in kansas city was from all actually a dislike from new zealand allah but when visit i'll be of the difference between the do another very different entry but nineteen ninety way before you were born. I imagine or at least run it. I join back in detroit. Michigan big practice. And i was the guy running a night treating sick people coronary Cardiac cath lab artists. But i was even back then very interested in the other part the About our of health which is prevention nutrition. Lifestyles sleep stress. Nutraceutical supplements the whole thing. Much more light perhaps naturopathy and chiropractic. So i was always reading on my own incorporating little tidbits been using coenzyme q ten of people for thirty years my college or and then i'll percolating along as very happy guy got a chance to look down to. The university mentioned developed a preventive cardiology program. But i knew that there was something else that i really had an energy for something else. I mean that was doing wonderful. Things are day is the same thing every day. When wonderful big over i went back to university in two thousand twelve a whole year doing a university based courses integrative cardiology natural gas and pretty much nutrition thing adnan stunning that for decades. But i didn't know all the nutraceutical isn't about chemistry testing and the epa genetics and the protonix and we can use fancy words. I graduated and of course. I say in traditional practice but i ultimately with some thought took a big breath five years ago and says you know what i've done enough cath lab emergencies. That mouse running three hassles on the weekend alone. A great practice. I one focus on prevention and i looked around the country. I could barely find in the united states preventive cardiology practice. That was not attuned to only prescription. Drugs are printing preventive cardiology practices more precision more prescription. I wanted to about more health lifestyle disease reversal. I gleaned from various people what i could kinda created a model. I left the insurance system. You wanna have a sleepless night. As a physician who's always had a whole room full of baylor's and medicare and blue cross as we call in the united states and others and tell people in the city of detroit that is not beverly hills los angeles by a reasonably prosperous busy city with auto industry. But i don't take insurance. I can't even take your insurance them out of the system and launched in five years ago and yes. There's always challenges. My tears thought that maybe. I did. Have alcohol rounds. Drug problem slices. Is he doing all as they didn't understand. It has been the best decision. I don't think would have been as meaningful if i didn't pay the price. All those years of doing traditional medicine I'm respected because know what heart catheterization angioplasty bypass Medications use them when needed by I'm very much dedicate myself as upstream cardiologists. I'm the salmon trying to go upstream. Everybody else is going the other direction. But there's a lot of people out there and you know. I i'm sure for practice that are looking or a different path. They're just tired and they feel tired too many drugs too. Many ten minute appointments with dr the game now. It's a good nurse or a physician since i've provided alternative of time education a different approach. And it's so gratifying. Amin that i'm sixty one years old. I don't know what the word retires. Because i love what i do day after day today
Myth Busting Mental Health Advice
"Just to give that and also our listeners. Some context. Kate is my old boss and kind of gave me what if my first jobs in journalism. So for me is like oh. We ate full circle moment of now having on the port cup ellen. No it's lovely. It's like we it because of the strangeness of it is that you'll coming on to talk about depression and at the time when we met. I don't think you would have known that. I was severely depressed and i definitely didn't know that you were severely depressed. So it's really strange to then use lay to be like. Oh you're not exactly so. Can you tell us a little bit about depression. And how it started fee what it feels like. When did you realize that it's not just the normal sites. I guess when. I was just crying every single day all the time when i wasn't with people like even it got to the point. Where even if. I was going to the bathroom at work or just happened to cry and i was thinking night. Why why is this happening. Joel's like i really liked my job every like my colleagues. I wasn't actually feeding a reason to pinpointed on like nothing happened to me. i know. People's depression gets triggered by an event or something But you know everyone was alive and well in lovely was like why am i calling so much Why do i feel so we'd and A couple of physical symptoms as well that ignored for a while and then try to get those figured out By various medical tests on the response from the tests would like your grand. You probably just depressed with the physical symptoms. Or i came back from traveling i went. I quit my job in the end to go traveling. Because i couldn't handle the depression snowflake i came back. I felt really really sick and really really busy. All the time. And i was like off probably go some tropical insects living inside of meat. I read in magazines and like really adjusted symptoms and like crazy poo in all kinds of stuff and went to the hospital and had a camera. Put down my throat Justice system Because it will test symptoms and stuff that we've done previously. They were like all right. We need to have a remedy around but there was nothing there On the same with the dizziness. Feeling like i was going to fall over. I kept. I actually did full a lot on the even sitting on chairs and stuff just felt like the chasma warbling about to fall off the chair. Aaron and i had a brain scan for that. I had my ears tested and like old the kind of balance and it could librium and they were like you find. It's probably mental and one of the news is who's going through my results afterwards like you seem quite sad to be honest if property. This is probably depression of anything physical which was quite shocking because the simpsons with strong enough to be going to hospital and have people poking around immune size shocked when they said that on. Dvd kind of guy. Okay like they have a point. I have been feeling really rubbish. I am. I was shocked that the symptoms could be so physical for something that everybody defines this as only mental. You guys know as well like it's it's not just a mental condition. But i was like okay. Yeah i have been feeling crap. I think i've been caught trying to ignore it unlike just tough enough and keep smiling trying to be strong and a stone cold pitch but working so yeah then i ended up doing. I'm one of those tests on the website. It's like do you have depression. And it was like. Oh yes you do.
The Real Danger of QAnon
"Finkelstein founder and director of the national contagion researchers to a nonpartisan multidisciplinary research group of experts including neuroscientists psychologists. Physicists machine learning experts who study online disinformation pamela. Presi is one of those experts. A senior research fellow at the institute who focuses on the psychology of thriving in a liberal democracy both have been sounding the alarm about the dangers of the antisemitic conspiracy theory cue on and we're not at all surprised to see the events at the capitol on january six there with us now to discuss what we can expect to see next from the movement and what is within our control to stop it pamela. Joel welcome to people of the pod. Thanks for having us so first of all. Please explain for our listeners. In the most basic of terms what is cunanan and why a group called. The american jewish committee might find it troubling. So cunanan is a cybercult that organized with populist conspiracy theories largely on twitter but another social networks as well it really got its roots in a trench community called h. ham and hmi is largely considered armpit of the internet Some of the worst ideas that arrived from social media come out of. Atm was inching about the colt of cunanan. Is that unlike other populist movements which rely on trash tags and organiz based on conspiracies have anti semitic components be value add for cunanan also had an anonymous profit so these diffuse organizations that form lobs on the basis of hashtags. They have a lot of power and benefit because people can act out in the name of the conspiracy without anybody really being responsible but one of the drawbacks. They have is that there's no leadership q. Figured out a solution to solve that you create anonymous leader who can drop missives secret coded information on avon that's encrypted with encryption that he's the only one that has the key for doing q enlisted his followers to become fellow researchers but got them researching with one another to portray vision of reality became increasingly apocalyptic. Interesting and so tell me a little bit more about the anti semitism that runs through cunanan. And how it informs these theories and this movement. The conspiracy group really semitic disinformation because every single successful conspiracy. Group necessarily has to reach for antisemitic. Disinformation as a matter of history and pragmatics. The beauty for a conspiracy theorist beauty being an awkward us but the the ease of anti semitic elements is that they are conspiratorial. And so there's a long history of as joe was saying things to grab things to look for that you just need to look at anti semitism defined and then you just enter that world that conspiratorial world where there is a mysterious you know evoke but somehow secretly powerful other who hides among you and is not always easy to spot that has tentacles in every seat of power government media and finance. That's the jewish conspiracy theory. That's the disinformation about jews. Jews benefit from transparency and the new technology of social media allows for so many areas of black boxes. You know so. Many areas of the dark web so many areas were light is not shining. And that's where these conspiracies grow pamela. Going back to your point about transparency. I'd argue everyone benefits from it. But yes i see your point about jews benefiting from that. I also should point out q. Went on rose to prominence not just during the isolation of the pandemic but during a moment of racial reckoning in this country is that relevant one of the places where we see this coming together in terms of the tools of the network contagion research institutes used to to create transparency and social media. Literally our goals create literacy on social media use machine learning to extract trans at a massive scale. So you characterize the information operations from these groups like you know and one of the largest information operations ever witnessed took place in the middle of quarantine when george floyd was killed and it was mobilized by cuban on and it was blaming george soros for instigating a civil war against antifa the moral other and so that really kind of i think brings home pamelas point in very concrete terms. You had this entire conspiracy network mobilizing around the idea that jewish international financier was causing a civil war was the force behind the moral other and that that was happening in the midst of the conditions of quarantine in that force not coincidentally also behind the virus so that was the largest surge of source activity. We've seen on twitter
The Disappearance Of Angel Garcia
"So this is the disappearance of garcia angel was born on march fifth of nineteen ninety-two when he was ten years old his parents laura. Oh and ralph garcia separated a time which saw angel and his mother grow very close the family which also included his sister rose. Ynez lived in hartford connecticut where the children drew up being taught. That family was the most important thing in two thousand and eleven angel was living with his mother and his girlfriend at fourteen months. A myra serano the peered met through facebook in their relationship had grown serious quite quickly before long. A meyer head moved into the family home with thirteen year. Old son whom angel got along with the living situation inspired angel to begin cooking more and he would often make dinner for each night for the rest of the household nineteen year old angel had attention deficit disorder which caused the struggle in school and as such. He wasn't the most punctual student and had fallen behind a couple of years while they tried the medication. In the past he disliked the way it made him feel so he stopped taking it. Despite being behind he was determined to earn his high school diploma in september of two thousand eleven angel. Got a red honda dirt bike. Which is described as having been his pride and joy. He told laura and his father had get that his father had given the money to purchase it and he spent almost every day with it washing it and driving it along trails in the streets of hartford on the evening of october twentieth to south. Two thousand eleven. Laura returned home from work to find angel at dinner waiting for her as it was ten pm and she was tired. She decided to head to bed without eating the next morning. Laura was getting ready for work and saw angel was still in bed. Assuming he'd be getting up soon to head to school. She left the house however angel at other plans at ten thirty. Am angel went to see his friend. Joel with whom he had planned to dirt bike with and the pair went the joel's uncle's house which had a field behind it. The pair road together for a few hours angel on his bike. Enjoy on an atv until the rain outta gas. After the pair pushed back the drills ankles house angels said he was going to continue writing and east hartford. Joel declined to go with him. Citing other plans at one pm joel watched angel ride off alone heading east. At nine thirty pm laura was getting ready for bed when she noticed angel wasn't home however she had work in the morning so she went to bed assuming he would be back at some point right in the middle of the night. Laura awoke to yellow yelling echoing in front of the street below her bedroom. A voice which sounded like angels at said go ahead break it laura laughter room in a panic and ran into a in the hallway who had also been awakened by shouting. The pair ran out the front porch but found. The street was empty when they returned inside. Laura myra angel was but his girlfriend did know saying he hadn't been answering the returning calls. She said she had last spoken to him around eleven. Am the previous morning. When he'd been out with joel despite him promising to call her back in the day he never did in a meyer had assumed he had no service or that. His cell phone had died.
Officer-involved shooting near Northwest African American Museum in Seattle
"Is shooting led to an officer involved shooting in Seattle Tonight. There is a large police presence at the scene just south of I 90 on Massachusetts Avenue That's near the North West African American Museum and Jimi Hendrix Park come most jewelry does live on the scene with the latest information, Joel Hi, everyone we're getting in the statement. You have very limited information right now. Although the P I O has just come over to say that they are going to be issuing a statement, so we'll try to run over and catch up with that. But we do know that officers were responding to a shooting just a short distance from where we're at here, a 23rd and South Massachusetts, and we believe it happened up on the left hand side of your screen out While those officers were here. They became involved in a shooting themselves. Beyond that, though nothing else has Been confirmed. Now we did ask if anyone was hurt or killed. We were told that we would have to wait for an update. Looks like they're about to give that to us shortly here, looking around close to two dozen patrol cars here in the neighborhood. Let's go to some of the video that we shot just moments ago. This footage was taken right up with the actual crime scene. We have since been pushed back farther down the perimeter. Now it appears the shooting may have occurred in a park in front of the North West African American Museum. We know that there have been people Camping there at the park since last June, But no word of any of those campers are actually involved in tonight's incident. Now we did see many evidence markers on the ground at that crime scene. We don't know if those are shell casings or possibly something else. There are indications that several people could have been hit by gunfire. We're working to confirm that. Let's come back here live now. Now There are several community members that have gathered around. Not actually witnesses. They say that they came out to monitor what was going on trying to get an update. We're gonna head over right now and get an update as well and bring you what we find out. Later in this newscast, I'll send it back to you. All right, we'll
Washington State trooper killed in avalanche while snowmobiling
"Veteran state trooper has been killed in an avalanche in kid a task county when we get more from Kemal's Joel Marino, this started out as a couple of friends heading out together for a snowmobile ride. However, both were over, taken by an enormous avalanche and trooper Steve, who'll couldn't escape cool, served with State patrol for 28 years and spent his entire career pretty much in the Kitty Test County area. The 51 year old was both the father. Husband as well as a friend to many kid attached, sheriff says, who was off duty and with the friend northeast of Clear Lem Lake in an area known as French Cabin Creek. The pair were snowmobiling. When the avalanche came barreling down. The friend was able to dig out but couldn't find who'll who was trapped underneath the snow. The friend left to get help in a search team found whose body several hours later, State Patrol chief Jon Batiste calls who'll a great person and an excellent employee who was loved in respect. Bye, Everyone.
Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford
"Today. I'm really excited. Talking to one of my favorite people. Brennan suffered brendan is created. This really cool kind of ongoing education center called. Seo for the rest of us. He has a podcast. He's all about helping people you know. Create great content that does rank for search We're gonna talk about search. Thank you for joining me brendan. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I really appreciate and be fun. Also i'm i love chatting with you online. We had a few times before. I'll dive right in today. We're gonna talk about in ten. And it's something i know you think a lot about just high level. How do you. Kind of approach modern Intent when it comes to creating content. Yeah so my background is as an educator. Because at eighteen years old i was alive. The for some reason decided. I was allowed to decide what i want to do with my life and i decided to be a teacher and then did that for ten years so a lot of my teaching and thinking about seo is not just like what is right. But like how do i teach this so search intent very often is talked about in a way that is certainly intentive a user is informational navigational transactional or commercial right. They want one of those four things. And i don't think that's wrong but i started to feel like that's not helpful because it doesn't actually inform what you do right if it's like well this is an informational search. Okay so i just put information. And that's how i rank like probably don't like if it's a navigation search from googling like how to get somewhere sure like maybe a long form blog posts like this isn't the day like if you're one of the olds like me you remember like printing out mapquest and stuff like that was the thing. But we don't need that like an informational. Post is not gonna work there or if you google something and a lot of people are buying stuff. It's a lot of products like they probably don't want long blog post however it just tells you what goes there and not the how or as marketers what the heck to put on the page. So i did some homework. And i was like where did you know i want to know before i like. Poo poo something on twitter. And give my hot take where this come from. And i dug and duggan you know you have to the the link chasing in stuff is just like this person cited this person who said that this person crap. It's back to the first person you end up with thirty tabs. What i found was our model in twenty twenty one for search intent comes from me two thousand seven blog post from rand fish skin not wrong. He's brilliant because what he said in two thousand seven for context in two thousand seven. That was the year that like leave britney alone and chocolate rain popular out through so we can have. Yeah you just happened to the real way back machine and like but he's not wrong. It's brilliant because he's still correct right. That is still part of the intent. But i thought to myself part of seo for the rest of us. How do we make this more accessible. How do we give people something they can. Actually use will all right. We have to figure out if something is commercial or transactional or whatever like. I can't really help you if you're trying to drive somewhere like that's not what i'm doing in my marketing. That might be part of it if you're like a local business or something but for me the really like the informational or the transactional commercial came down. Like what the heck do we put on. The page is introduced to a really cool model for copyrighting by my buddy joel key from business casual copywriting. He also runs case. Study buddy now. That came from eugene schwartz in his book breakthrough advertising the kind of walks. It just walks through like levels of awareness. Now it's meant for ads right depending on what level of product or service awareness there at what they're searching. You can kind of figure out what needs to go on the page. What do they need to move. Not to the next step nazi-like book damn o or whatever but like just to the next piece of the puzzle and that's been really really helpful if you if you want. I can kind of get into a little bit of that one thing. I'm really interested for his is. There's a lot of kind of maybe. It's the controversy but but people talk about the idea of on the one hand you have. Seo's who just tried to mimic what the top ten pieces of content are that rank on page one. And doing exactly that in. That's how you're going rank and then there are other folks who say we'll just do better by you don't know if that's necessarily going to become visible for what you're trying to rank for. So what do you say to those people in how they approach creating content for you know. Can we trust google that they're actually going to surface the right content. So this is like i said something. I remember saying something the other day of like. I'm pretty sure that the quality of the top ten like the reading the top ten results quality of content is not a ranking factor anymore. It's i just. I i was reading stuff. And maybe it's because i was reading about marketing things. Half of them were unintelligible. There was no narrative to take you through you could tell each of the sections was based on like a people also ask or whatever and it was just like literally like imagine you know. You're you think you're sitting down like a ten course meal and somebody they're just throwing random food at you the whole time like here's your salad and now here's desert and then there here's a pizza and then like a piece of chicken and you're like what the there's nothing that makes this flow. There's no s- craft of writing here. It might as well be written by a robot pains me because these are humans that are spending their lives doing this. And they think they're doing a good job because they got the traffic and the conversions and blah blah blah. I think first of all. I empathize at the human writers. Who are writing these things like that must suck for you to write to just spew out this stuff all day and be on on the content marketer writer and that's what i do commodity kind of content so i would love for it to be better to encourage people to do better work. We can elevate the craft of writing that would be
Laughton's 1st hat trick lifts Flyers past Capitals, 7-4
"Scott Laughton registered his first career hat trick into other flyers had three point games in a seven four come back over the capitals it's nice to have a word even more than that and have that happen yeah it's just a good feeling to it to help contribute chunk at Terry a scored twice and had an assist in his first game back from a rib injury Joel Farabee had three assists for Philadelphia which trail to nothing early James van Riemsdyk added a goal and an assist to run his point streak to seven games the capitals lost their third in a row despite Alex Ovechkin's two goals and two assists Tom Wilson had a goal and three assists for the caps who haven't won since a six oh one three start I'm Dave very
Rape cases increasing at alarming rate in Seattle's King County this year
"Rape Investigation and South Seattle. It's part of a disturbing surge in sexual assault cases right now, police are at the Arab motel on the East Marginal way they're Boeing Field. Most droll Marino is there now with what police found Joel. Mm hmm. Mary Impression Officers arrived arrived to to find find a a naked naked woman woman at at this this motel motel behind behind me. me. They're They're still still searching searching for for the the man man who who attacked attacked her. her. Now Now you you take take a a look look back back here. here. There There is is a a patrol patrol unit unit still still behind behind the crime scene tape. But at one point, this parking lot was crammed full of police vehicles and investigators still out there gathering evidence really that one of those troubling things about all of this is the number of rapes being reported so far this year. Officers have swarmed this motel along East Marginal Way after witnesses called 911 in the sexual assault unit was mobilized. We got called here tonight for multiple 911 callers who reported that there was a naked woman who was holding a gun. Officers arrived and contacted the the woman woman and and we we are are now now investigating investigating a a possible possible rape. rape. This This crime crime comes comes on on the the heels heels of of another another rate rate from from earlier earlier this this week week that that began began at at a a bus bus stop stop in in the the center center of of the the junction. junction. Under Under the the main main business business district's in west Seattle. I'm surprised it happened right here. Yeah, I would say this is pretty bit brightly lit, and, um, you know, it's the junction so it does seem like it's surprising that right here but Investigators say a man started groping a person waiting at the bus stop. When the person tried to get away. The man chased after then raped the person in an alley before Cove in there would be the theater or the restaurants. And there were people around always probably because no one's around as much like There's not as many people around so you can get away with stuff easier. Officers did arrest the man near a Starbucks and prosecutors have since charged him. They say if the 20th rape case they have pursued in court so far this year, we're seeing a pretty concerning start to the year so far. It's not the trade that we want to see. Investigators are trying to figure out why rape and other assaults are on the rise. But they say each case has its own unique circumstances. It's hard to say if it's one thing or another. Now they're always looking at the numbers, and we've got somebody who runs just as to try to find those trends. Give me another live. Look here at the crime scene. Now. We asked if the woman here at the motel was holding a gun to defend herself after being sexually attacked. Police say they're still trying to piece it all together, and they're trying to track down that rapist. Back to you. Very disturbing, Joel. Thank you. Sexual assault and violent crime in general have been on the rise in King County. The attack in west Seattle is the 20th rape case filed by prosecutors. Just this year in 20 2187 rape cases were taken to court, though that number doesn't include the last few weeks of December. Still, it is more than in 2019 when 117 cases were filed in King
Rape cases increasing at alarming rate in Seattle's King County this year
"Rape Rape Investigation Investigation and South and South Seattle. Seattle. It's part It's of a part disturbing of a disturbing surge surge in sexual in sexual assault assault cases cases right now, police right now, police are at the Arab are at the motel Arab motel on the East on Marginal the East Marginal way they're way Boeing they're Boeing Field. Field. Most droll Most Marino droll Marino is there is now there with now what with police what police found found Joel. Joel. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Mary Mary Impression Impression Officers Officers arrived arrived to find to find a a naked naked woman woman at this at motel this motel behind behind me. me. They're still They're searching still searching for the man for the who man attacked who attacked her. Now her. Now you take you a take look a back look here. back here. There is There a is patrol a patrol unit still unit behind still behind the crime the scene crime tape. scene tape. But at one But point, at one this point, parking this parking lot was lot was crammed crammed full full of police of police vehicles vehicles and investigators and investigators still still out there out gathering there gathering evidence evidence really really that one of that those one troubling of those troubling things about things about all of all this of this is the number is the number of rapes of rapes being being reported reported so far so this far year. this year. Officers Officers have swarmed have swarmed this motel this motel along along East Marginal East Marginal Way after Way after witnesses witnesses called 911 called 911 in the sexual in the sexual assault assault unit unit was mobilized. was mobilized. We got called We got here called tonight here tonight for for multiple multiple 911 911 callers callers who reported who reported that there was that there a was a naked woman naked woman who was holding who was a holding gun. a gun. Officers Officers arrived arrived and contacted and contacted the woman the woman and we and are now we investigating are now investigating a possible a possible rape. rape. This crime This crime comes on comes the heels on the of heels another of another rate rate from earlier from earlier this week this week that began that began at a bus at a stop bus stop in the center in the center of the junction. of the junction. Under the main Under the main business business district's district's in west in Seattle. west Seattle. I'm surprised I'm surprised it happened it happened right here. right here. Yeah, I Yeah, would I say would this say this is is pretty bit pretty bit brightly brightly lit, lit, and, and, um, um, you know, it's you know, the it's junction the junction so it so does it seem does like seem it's like surprising it's surprising that right that here right but here but Investigators Investigators say a man say a started man started groping groping a person a person waiting waiting at the bus at the stop. bus stop. When the person When the person tried to tried get away. to get away. The man chased The man chased after after then raped then raped the person the person in an alley in an alley before before Cove Cove in in there would there be would the theater be the theater or or the restaurants. the restaurants. And there were And people there were people around around always always probably probably because because no one's no around one's as around much as much like like There's not as There's not many as many people people around so around you can so get you can get away with away stuff with stuff easier. easier. Officers Officers did arrest did arrest the man the near man a near Starbucks a Starbucks and prosecutors and prosecutors have since have charged since charged him. him. They say if They the say if 20th the 20th rape rape case they case have pursued they have pursued in court in court so far so this far year, this year, we're seeing we're seeing a pretty a concerning pretty concerning start to start the year to so the year far. so far. It's It's not the trade not that the trade we want that to we see. want to see. Investigators Investigators are trying are trying to figure to out figure why rape out why rape and other and assaults other assaults are on the are rise. on the rise. But they say But they say each case each case has its has own its own unique circumstances. unique circumstances. It's hard It's hard to say to say if it's if one it's one thing thing or or another. Now another. Now they're always they're looking always at looking at the numbers, the numbers, and and we've got we've somebody got who somebody who runs just runs just as to as try to to try find to find those trends. those trends. Give me another Give me live. another live. Look here Look at here the crime at the crime scene. scene. Now. Now. We asked We asked if the woman if the woman here at here the motel at the motel was was holding holding a gun a to gun defend to defend herself herself after after being being sexually sexually attacked. attacked. Police Police say they're say they're still still trying to trying piece to it piece all together, it all together, and and they're trying they're to track trying to down track that down rapist. that rapist.
Biden Suspends Deportations, Stops 'Remain In Mexico' Policy
"Asking the Supreme Court to cancel upcoming oral arguments in case is about the border wall and the so called remain in Mexico policy. NPR's Joel Rose Reports Administration made that request in court papers filed today. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments later this month in the case over funding for the wall on the US Mexico border. And next month in the case about the remain in Mexico policy that forced tens of thousands of asylum seekers to wait in dangerous conditions in Mexico for their day in U. S immigration courts. In both cases, lower courts ruled against the Trump administration in the Supreme Court agreed to hear appeals. The Biden administration has already taken actions that could make both cases mood on its first day, the administration halted construction on the border wall and suspended new enrollments in the remain in Mexico program. Joel Rose. NPR
How Joel Embiid Became An MVP Contender
"Also derek. Last season ended in pretty disappointing. Fashion for philadelphia. That'll do it. The boston celtics move on by defeating the seventy sixers. Four games to nothing. The first ever went wrong in that first round against boston for embiid and the sixers. I think a bunch of things went wrong. First of all. You can't start without saying this. Ben simmons zone. Outside of that sort of what went wrong was wrong with the sixers all year. The team didn't fit well yet. Al horford and josh richardson. Who were tough it's around a post op center and embiid. Richardson shooting for three ended out. They didn't have a real reliable second often times during the series alec. Burks was your secondary options on offense recipe. Brad stevens and the celtics and bead romeo leg for the rookie thinking about double vacates birds. Who can't make them pay. So there is a lot of mistakes that were made roster building and there were missing. Simmons isn't it was a tough series for sure. Can you remind us what the narrative was after that first round exits surrounding joel embiid and his performance. Yeah it was fascinating because on one hand when they came back into the bubble they had spent pretty much those months in between working with you all to get better at handling dull teams and it came out in the bubble in orlando during the seeding games and some of that had started to show and he looked like he was handling double teams better and he came out against the celtics. And i think that he converted back a little bit in terms of struggling with the double team and bead backing down ties gordon hayward on the help and they come up with the steel but he was dominant as an individual score. That was locked off and be. Did it again. Safe focused joel. Fb five of seven. Give him thirteen of his team's thirty one. We'll lifesaver on that. So i think a lot of people looked at you made steps. He did most of what he could do individually. He just didn't have enough help around him. Well that disappointing end to a long season led to a number of changes within the sixers organization. Can you take us through. Some of the moves that philly made in the off season and how they related to unlocking the better performances from joel. Embiid is off the front office. Obviously brought daryl morey To work above. Elton brand and then they brought in doc rivers replace brett brown and then you had some pretty key addition to traded al horford for essentially danny green. And then josh. Richardson for steph curry. And i think those two editions have been pretty big with joel. Because i think if you look either trade you'd say the sixers got the lesser talent but the fit and just having to players in curry and green. Who the other team can't leave has been huge for. Joel shoe autom- double wall and pass. And you miss accomplish you. Miss a lot of shots You just straightening and then you start thinking of all you gotta do everything by yourself. 'cause everybody's not made the shots. Richardson horford they were not only inconsistent shooting. If they are unwilling shooters and they'd hesitate any office. Which is kinda come grinding down to a halt not only is curry making his shots and all these green making his permanent shots. But the ball is moving around the perimeter. Much quicker than it was. So there's more consequential doubling joel embiid than there ever has been monarch got a lot of assists but Ogle gets one us open. Invite double or triple team has a lot of hockey else's shake milton hinton to downtown ten points and ten minutes off the bench make no mistake that play which about drawing the double and then the ball moving east gotta be willing to be content. That the ball's the swing opposite and he's gonna creative for shots teams are now left with a real choice whereas before i think the whole strategy just send you all need help and disguise it a little bit senate in different locations but if you send it frequently enough you're going to confuse joel embiid or the sixers aren't going to have the talent or the players to make him pay. I think that's changed now.
Farabee, Hayes lead Flyers to OT win over Islanders
"The flyers have a four game winning streak after knocking off the islanders in overtime for the second straight night this time by a four three margin the flyers also blew a two goal lead for the second consecutive game before winning it on a power play goal by Kevin Hayes at four twenty two of the extra session Hayes's goal came after Joel Farabee recorded his first career hat trick all on assists from James van Riemsdyk tonight just kind of happened happening going for me you know I feel really good about my game right now and yeah hopefully we keep moving forward from here goals by Josh Bailey Matt Barr Zell tied it early in the third period Nicoletti also tallied for the islanders who are three into in their last five I'm Dave Ferrie
Single-dose J&J vaccine 66% effective in global trials
"In the coming days. Another vaccine could be authorized for emergency use in the us johnson announcing its experimental single-dose vaccine is sixty six percent effective in preventing moderate to severe covid nineteen and had an eighty five percent success rate in blocking the viruses. Most serious symptoms. Fox's sean land joel the madonna and pfizer vaccines require two doses and need to be kept frozen
Harris Shot In Final Seconds Leads Philadelphia 76ers Past Los Angeles Lakers 107-106
"Lakers and the sixers play the game for the night last night. Lebron james lakers was there and of course. It was a night of solemn remembrance for many in philadelphia including joel embiid who was remembering kobe. Angie bryan with his custom shoes and it was a moment of silence for kobe. Philly native bellamy take into the third quarter with the sixers. Five with this very scary moments. Look gillette who go up and come down hard scary anyone be that but worst of all for embiid and it is lebron who makes the contact there and beat goes down hard and was in obvious pain afterwards. He said this you look at it a very dangerous player. Not guaranteed dining was may i would have probably been ejected. Maybe one way or another thankfully he came back and he was like fourth quarter. Pick it up a little over a minute. Left the lakers are down four. That's contagious. Caldwell pulled for three in the corner lakers within one lebron by the way had thirty four afterwards stop fifteen seconds to play. Lebron anthony davis yes. A at twenty three lakers the thirteen. Nothing to take the lead with eleven seconds left sixers last shot. Where are you going to go. Tobias harris for three to it's called he knocked it in twenty four points for harris twenty. Four embiid the lakers first road loss of the season. Sixers take it one seven one. Oh
"joel" Discussed on Fore Play
"Black and white. You know where i can do a do. I'm going to do the job track So we deal with man all right. This is the podcast. This is the audience. None of that even mattered. We put on you to place to go subscribe. Joel subscribe to our youtube page. Do you have to have a youtube. Blogging yup to g mail. Yeah but you have a g mail or something or email again. Hey maybe join the live chat tomorrow. That's a fun. Little thing for the people listening. I don't want to pin you down at that but if you have if you have a minute or something maybe happen there. Whatever time are you releasing it. Well he has one eight pm eastern six year Right i'll be pretty intoxicated at fun. That'd be fun. Yeah and you could talk talk through something. The chat gets lively people. Go crazy for the chat. So yeah it's like a live viewing party you chat on youtube. Yeah you so. We do a live. Viewing it's the premier like a countdown. It's like ten nine was fucking crazy. We'll take our clothes off and then the video comes on and the chat goes craziest like everything we watch also watching the regular show live. We all chat about it. That's awesome. i'll shoot me a message tomorrow. And all paying you will king you tomorrow or send note or we can circle back that tomorrow afternoon. Right all right man thank you. Thank you cheers fellas enjoyed it have a good day and we'll tomorrow perfect so you guys look man..
"joel" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt
"Joel chapter three verse fourteen multitudes multitudes in the valley of decision for the day of the lord is near in the valley of decision this is really a summary verse in a sense for the book of all throughout this book. You see mention of the day of the lord which had meaning certainly in giles. Day as god through joel was warning. His people that his judgment was coming that they would be sent into exile because of their sin. But there's a bigger picture here to in the book of joel because we are seeing a picture of the day when judgment from god ultimately comes for all people before him multitudes multitudes in the valley of decision for the day of the lord is near in the valley of decision. The picture is crystal clear here. All over the bible you and i will one day stand before god as our judge and his judgment will be final. That is a sobering thought. The joel chapter three verse. Fourteen is teaching. The bible teaches now for all who have trusted in. Jesus we look forward to that day not because we have done enough things in order to be judged by god worthy to come into heaven and spend eternity with him no the farthest thing from it. We are knowledge and for that day because of what we have done. We're looking for that day. Because of what. Jesus has done for us and through faith in him. We look forward to the day when we will stand before god as centers not deserving of entrance into eternal life with him yet by faith in jesus his death on a cross for us his resurrection from the grave his righteous life accredited to us we will be welcomed into eternal life with him so i would just ask you as you're listening to this like. Do you have that kind of confidence. That kind of anticipation when it comes to that day if not. I urge you to trust in jesus valley of decision. You're in it. Decide to trust in jesus and when you do and for all of us who would say yes. I look forward to that. They have trusted in jesus. Let's look around us and see multitudes of people where we work in our neighborhoods among the nations who are in the valley of decision. Who will one day stand before. God is you just think about picture every face you've seen today every person you've interacted with today or will interact with today. Every single one of them will one day stand before god is judge so god we pray you would give us an urgency today to share the gospel with them to call them to decision to urge people to trust in jesus to save them from their sins. Today might not fear the day of judgement. That is coming. The day might look forward to that day. God we pray for this people right around us for people in our families. Friends neighbors coworkers for people in our path that we come across we will. We didn't even know we were going to meet. Gotta repay you give a sensitivity and boldness to share the gospel with them to see them as part of the multitudes in the valley of decision in god is see people far from us like this gallery. Pray for the khorasani turks in iran. Almost a million of them zero point zero percent followers of jesus most never having even heard the gospel. God we pray they right now if they were to stand before you in judgement all of them all one million of them would be cast out of your presence in ever lasting judgment forever. God we pray for your mercy on the khorasani turks. 'cause your church to go to them send out laborers to the khorasani turks. We pray send us as your church to them. Got to help us known to keep this gospel to ourselves that was to spread this gospel among all the nations. Starting right where we live among our neighbors and co workers and friends and family members. God we pray that you'd help us to see the world the lens of joel three fourteen today to see multitudes multitudes of people in the valley of decision we know the day of the lord. The day of judgement is coming. So pray you'd give us baldness compassion. Your love to share the gospel with urgency. In jesus name we pray
"joel" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt
"Verse. Fourteen consecrate a fast call a solemn assembly gathered the elders in all the inhabitants of the land to the house of the larger god and cry out to the lord. This is one of a couple times. In the book of joel where we see god calling his people through his prophets to consecrate fast to set aside time to put aside food and to seek god to cry out to the lord specifically in repentance of sin and as i read this i i wonder how regular or significant role. Fasting has in your life or your family or your church. I think that for many followers of jesus today fasting is not a regular or significant part of our spiritual lives to our detriment. Jesus when he taught on fasting in matthew chapter six didn't say if you fast he said when you fast just as basic as when he said right before that when you give and when you pray. Fasting is just as basic understood for followers. Jesus as praying and giving is so. I just want to encourage you if you don't have a regular routine of fasting setting aside food the extent what you're physically able setting aside food is a physical expression of spiritual reality that more than even the basic daily necessity of food. You need god more than you need a meal. His need god's mercy. That's the picture of fasting all throughout the bible including here in joel chapter one and so i would encourage you as a follower of jesus to have some kind of regular routine of fasting in your life and then in addition to that regular routine whenever that might look like to periodically set aside a concentrated amount of time maybe more than your regular routine to seek the lord at specific times. Like what's happening here in joel. There was a clear need for repentance. Us thank about when you are struggling with particular san. Let your impulse. Speeds sat aside time too fast. Seek the lord to ask him for help and experiencing his victory over that sin. Or maybe it's when you're making a significant decision set aside time to fast seek god for grace and discernment wisdom and that decision. Maybe it's not just for something in your life something for church. Maybe something for your family. Something i someone. Else's life you set aside food too fast for them so on apprai- accordingly even as only encouraged us to make even encourage you to make fasting a significant part of your spiritual life. God we we thank you for these pictures we have in your word of your people setting aside food and crying out to you. I think about other times in my own life for times that i've learned from others lives as they have fasted and sought after you cried out to you. Regular basis concentrated time periodically during during specific things. They're walking through. God we pray that you would teach too fast just like we. We want you to just like we need you to teach us continuing to give away that. Glorifies you and pray away. Glorified you got. I pray that you teach us too fast and ways the glorify you the draws into deeper intimacy with you and that leads us to cry out to you just like we read here enjoy chapter one verse fourteen gathering pray that you forgive us for neglecting fasting. When it's such a clear picture we see among your people in your word for how we've neglected today. We pray you help us to recover the joy of fasting feasting on your word communion with you in prayer even as we set aside food something our bodies need but we need you far more. We need your mercy far more got in our lives and our families and our churches in our country. We need your mercy so teachers too fast. Replay in jesus name amen as a side note. He re prayed about fasting. I would just encourage you. If you want resources on fasting go to radical dot net and something I've taught on. We have a variety of different resources on it radical donna that i hope we helpful for you as you think about what.
"joel" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
"Go sit in the park now because I don't WanNa facetime with you I find it so exhausted I'm exhausted right now looking at your face over zoom looking at you and Chelsea Wow It's work. It's work looking at your face. Joel and for me, it's a vacation. So that's the different. Onto the next call. The, friend. Don't certain. Lari because they will come for you again and I. For all is a great friend. We're not in the same room so I can't physically intimidate her in any way to say that. is coming of her own volition. Entirely. Emotional. That is true. I can't wait to read about this in the reviews. Here we go we have lied on listeners do not come four goal we are kidding. We there's so much and so when you try to Nag one of us or try to separate us. Saying one of our names I and yes, I'm reframing that as you attacking one of us, you attack us when you put the other person's name I. Okay. So that's why you. Keep attacking away because we need something to keep us on our toes and and they're so little simulation. In. My Day to day where I really need to have one person's named go before the other person's name. Because that to me is drama now. That's kind of what I have. That's what I have to look for it, and the sort of keeps us at the edge of our seat every record. Okay, well, last call quick episode today quick at but I don't I don't hate it. Me Neither. Joel Address I was hoping you don't me. My family every Christmas Eve we have family from out of town and close friends over for dinner injuring. and obviously that really really bad idea. You're held convincing my family as not only is it a bad idea to do this but that it was their idea and not me Being a party pooper. So my parents don't take the pandemic. Idea and I feel like I begged them. You know try to stay alive at least..
"joel" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"And There was a moment in that debate when. Everybody felt like the Democrats didn't have anyone could be trump and van Jones of CNN actually said it. There were I think six days left at that point. He said we didn't see anybody tonight who has it takes to be Donald Trump. I think that's one sanders began to surge 'cause he was almost a sentimental favorite from the democratic base. He wasn't doing terribly while until then but he really took off after that because I think people felt like if no I if one of these candidates can win, we want to go with the one that offers that vision. So they lined up behind Sanders Dad cost establishment to panic they all lined up behind Biden and the rest of history. But I. think that Democrats really didn't their leader in this primary process a settled on Biden because the party decided they could not be led by Sander's even though they adopted sanders agenda they didn't want him on top of the ticket because remember the. Nominee. Is Very Powerful. person who can reshape the party apparatus entirely. So they didn't want sanders to be the one doing that didn't want him. To, be deciding who was going to get contracts in polls and possibly administration positions. So the insiders and the Democratic Party lined up behind Biden but the primary process failed to produce any leaders the way the Republican primary process produced in two thousand sixteen. I do think the Democrats get that part of the process right in twenty, twenty, four, I think their candidate will probably be stronger. No matter who it is in twenty, twenty four. So that's actually going to be in some ways. The more interesting election even though this one may be more consequential, I think the Democrats are so radical right now as a write in my book read November that if they win this November we could see the United States slide towards socialism just because their plans are so radical and they've outlined very clearly how they intend to carry them out. He's Joel pollock. is read November, will the country vote read for trump or read for socialism by it and read it Joel you're great guests come back and see us. Thank you would like to thank you. As with all of the interviews, we do like this if you heard part of it. And want to hear the rest. You can go to our podcast where we load every interview separately. As well as as part of the PODCAST. For? that. Day. And, of course, if there is a reference to something that you want someone else to hear. Hey I was explaining to you about the court packing plan. Michael Berry had a guest on and I remember his name but I want you to hear what he had to say you can go to the podcast and pull the link for that interview and send it to that person and they can hear it themselves. But we go out of our way to make sure that every interview is a standalone podcast. In case there is part of that interview that you find to be important or worth sharing to either go back and listen to listen to it instant tardy or to share. So..
"joel" Discussed on IMPACT: The Podcast
"Less visible. As a creative Joel has never boxed himself into a specific kind of store lane although he has explored so many genres and worlds. What is it? The heart of each piece of his work is a very central similarity, a core theme. We can all relate to dealing with the personal battle between good and bad. For a long time, wind last was boring. In the sense that, what's the question of what story we tell? Is really good one and and you know it's obviously a divide to around like. What what stories should we have access to tell and? My feeling about it is that. A Quad often delve into different worlds different tons. A. A Written nine devastated a lot of diet or that I will one day I said a lot of die. Continue to sort of jump around sort of different genres, a different time and different worlds. But they all seem to have a common thread and I'll tell you what that is in one second. But the other s victories, the how far apart you saying from the world you're creating. It's amazing. How You can make that how think you should make that? Wherever, you telling story about in in whatever part of the world over the past of the future. whatever fat the raisin that's really drawing you in should they could could they should be so that the teams within in what's happening with characters is something you do know that even if You know it's settings by. So what are talking about I? I realized things that I'd written on my own. Pop some clever collaborative stop. Old Same to share this thing which is about people making stikes and trying to all not being willing to correct those mistakes and so it seemed to bay this thing it's rooted in Law Catholic upbringing, which is about. The tension between good and bad on a personal sky and hustle said moral spectrum of like..
"joel" Discussed on Photography Radio
"If I'm someplace and I. Hear what I call the Zen. Bell then Beleza, thing makes a sound like this. It's really tiny. But sometimes, that tiny little notation is louder. Significantly. This forecast is brought to you by frames. Upcoming Printed Photography magazine here is your today's host. W Scott Olson with other fascinating conversation. Well hello, everyone, welcome to another podcast from Frames magazine, Mine Scott Olsen, and today I have the distinct and complete honor of talking with Joel Meyrowitz Joel is the definition of street photography, and has been for decades now is a work has appeared in the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Getty, the tape modern a, he's the author of more than twenty five books, and you cannot do street photography without knowing about Joel Meyrowitz his work has been a defining and transforming for quite a long time Joel good afternoon. How're you? Could. Ask to Scott I'm great. Thank you for that. Lovely intro. God have I been around that long. Well it may be I mean I I was teasing somebody other day. If they put street photography in the dictionary, your picture would be the one next to the definition. It's you have a new book out, and it is a wonderful book. It's called how I make photographs, and it's part of the masters of Photography series in before we get into the book itself, which is a fine book. A little bit about the masters photography series. What what is that? And what is this hope? Oh I tell you. It I I am so pleased to be a part of that group about four years ago. Chris Ryan. WHO's a photographer himself in? London came to me and said you know the time is right for an online photography class that the smartphone has bread. Over a billion people on the planet you know into wanting to be photographers and improving their game. He said and I think the time is right to do an online course. And this was right about the same time as masterclass came out in California. Of course they're. They're not only photography very in a writers and. Performers in script writers and things like that, so I'm Chris and I sat together for a while. And I liked how undersea was how familiar he was with photography itself, and how he wanted to be this generous offering to make this generous offering of of you know qualified photographers who can teach and so together. We worked up but it turned out to be thirty five lessons. And the course runs five and a half hours and the modules as we call them are anywhere from four minutes to ten or twelve minutes, and they take on in my case, street photography landscape, photography portrait photography shooting from a moving car interiors. I, in you name it anything that has a photographic question. Attached to it that has become of interest to me in the course of my life is something that I try to share. In, the in the most simple and direct way, no secrets held back. Just give it all away, and and it's a it's a very reasonable price I think it's about one hundred and sixty or seventy dollars for five and a half hours. And We! We've made a community now and there are a number of other photographers, Albert Watson and Steve McCurry. And David Yaro who is a remarkable. Animal and wildlife photographer. We just brought on a woman Tara for who works for National. Geo- so I think it's growing, and it's beginning to.
"joel" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
"Okay. Well I I've already looked this juror. So maybe it's time to go to bed. It's a real. It's a real struggle Because I'm not gonNA read a book. Oh God no. Oh you know what? I did. Read the astonishing life of August march by our good friend Aaron Jackson so good res I can't recommend a quarantine read more than like that has just been like it's really. It's the only book I have finished during court. It is sort of like watching a movie but in your brain you know not as and that's the experience you want from a book I find. I felt totally transported. It's so fun and like there are definitely like there's tragedy in this boy's life the the main the main subject August March. But it's also it's just such like fun imaginative book that I feel like it's it's your and guess what guys you can still order books from your local bookstore. I've been doing that every book. I bought during the pandemic. I've bought from either skylight here in la or Powell's in Portland which is my favorite bookstore. And then the coolest me up. Read if you if you're buying books trying by local. There's like the only difference between that and Amazon is. You're helping small business and yes. It will take a little bit longer for it to get there. But what the fuck do you care? You're going to read it. Are you actually GonNa WanNa get Sarah? You're GonNa read it right away within a week. This is the period. I'm in transitioned to during quarantine is I've been bidding on stuff on Ebay. That's a dangerous dangerous. Keep talking about being out bid on stuff and I know because I think I'm not the only one into Ebay now. I guess I'm an Ebay boy. I'm here and so let's just dive in I. You know I apologize in advance for everybody. We who was lucky enough to get selected for this week because I know that my head feels bad but I'm still gonNA give it at least thirty three percent just kind of in the best place of my life so so you know the sort of silver lining is use your voice you will be able to hear your voice on a podcast you cherish but will will you get good advice. We'll just have to wait and see but we update. I WanNa give one quick about what sad thing I got into this week. Which is tightening. Sucks why Saux. I was just like it felt weird. I ordered just like a pack of socks. 'cause I was like I'm not like I don't know if I'm going to be good at this. But saw like absolute shit. I'll still get to wear it like if I make a really bad sweatshirt. I'm GONNA feel really bad but this especially turned out okay. It's funny that you mentioned tie-dying because I thought about diving into that pool as well because I have a white Hoodie that I really love but keep eating. Marinara sauce in and it's just absolutely destroyed. It that's totally out of your control. Like no I couldn't never take it off not off never so multiple times yes and so. I was like a truck runs over like a muddy puddle near I choose to eat the worst possible south. Saas imaginable white. All White Hoodie. But I've ruined it and it's my favorite and decided and I've decided the thing I can do to save. It is tied I at. And then just yeah. That's sort of what I'm going to do but let's get to these updates. 'cause we got we got a. Lotta show today so Dana play that I update please. Hey Joel maitre meter Mitchell on long time listener First Time caller Just heard the episode with New caller. That was talking about How her friend was sending her means from the name. We didn't give a shit And I think that maybe what you should have told her was just have her respond with a simple like ll. I do it all the time. People like my friends and stuff like that. Send me means I really don't want to see or really. Don't get us in about on just back. Ll and it seems to work. I mean they think that I've looked at it and everybody's happy so yeah some Up Been Work and I will leave it up so I can't remember who said this to me this. This is not the only response that we got to this particular call somebody. A friend of mine was also like just send three of the skull. The dead emojis crying. Smile Ryan Smiley face. I realized that what I do with most of my friends is in a simple. Omg Oh my God. Because everything and anything. I just related so much to the caller because I personally always follow the account and feel like I have to have like. Oh my God I love it when she fell like a very specific thing. People don't care they just want to be acknowledged but I understand that we we gave ex. I'm sorry went above and beyond on our podcast Surrey we took this woman into our bosoms and gave her some incredible advice Yeah I guess say ll yeah. I'm I'm laughing thinking about that is all right. We've humiliated him enough. Ask everybody said he was the only one Sale we're mad. We're angry okay. Next update this one from this is a real update. Yeah this is an update not a correction. You really do need to have a correction section Dole all Hindi trollope both equally Pauley with an update. I just wanted to share same day that the episode we now I was actually talking to a real frontline. The next four I was like hey they played this call and I did on this podcast name. They gave me. You face was pretty good and I sent her the Podcast and like A. She's been money for new DILDO and I got it and it has changed my life every time I do it. I use it. I get like fuck drunk. It's great Also just wanted to like take pride myself the first person to like offer for both of you to Saddam. You know Anyways love you. Thank you and happy or antique and here we and you're so welcome. Pope John Paulie Because we changed his life you know I am so happy that you this seems to me like maybe one of our greatest success stories like this person got it got free money free tilt. Oh and a perfect name. They love and a perfect game that they love and introduced us to that. I haven't I never even heard of fuck drunk Which I love. I'm scared when I heard when I heard fuck drunk. I was like. Is this another thing. We're we're hearing something and it's it's not that but I do think he said Fuck drug fuck drunk. I'm Sarah is going to be like no. I actually said like like I live in Florida. I lived in such fear every time we think we hear. Some autumn is whenever we miss here. Something context clues upon reflection should have been our guide and in this case the context clues are clear like he definitely said felt drunk. I'm positive okay I trust you. Why Trust you your your mic is completely well. I mean that's sort of like energy of the whole podcast. Why why are they doing this? Why do they trust each other? What's going on? Why are they allowed to do this? Actually the case the fact is is many people have in fact so many people have asked that we must move on to the meat. The meat of the PODCAST. After this break real quick before we move on I do on a shout out the person who made a cup a modified. Yeah that was so cool on our bodies on a Mug. It was cool and he was doing. Oh that's what it was. It was the outline of our logo. I was like. Why did they choose one? Where my I was like showing my armpit off. I was like so confused. But apparently that is opposed. I returned to. I'm doing it right now. Cam You've just displaying my pet and it was really cool and I was so happy it did you know it was maybe one of five bright spots in my week so far so I loved it and say tall thank you maybe so I to that person and also to the person who called in and said You Wish Pat Regan. Were on this podcast instead. I'm I've some news for you. Pat Regan doesn't listen to this podcast so when you ask. Pat Regan is sit on your face. Guess What Bay. He's not gonNA hear. It even played it because he does not listen and on that note on that note. Dana take us into a break. Dole's crying there's.
"joel" Discussed on Minor Adventures with Topher Grace
"So let's let's make Joel what we call the religion. The name first PISCOPO alien to I love it. Yeah this time. It's taught him judge a Dutch judgment. I I was thinking by terminal equate. They call the Judgment Day would find people to it or do you want to sort of like something. Pigs this thing and respectable or do you want to be radical in new. I want to be able to command an army of my own thought police and have them perform tasks for me. I want I wanted to be them like taking care of my house. I want them to be. We like doing all this stuff for free for me. Why this sounds like a cult? Hey volunteer churches all the time. We'll what happens if it gets too big though you just kind of have a million people in your house is GonNa be really. Oh they will. I want like some pilots and I want a jet I want. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do this. I'M GONNA GO FOLSOM jets. Yeah pickling isn't too the sequel sequel colon the sequel. Now I feel like secret airplane movie from different this new name okay. Should it be off of your name. How most religions work Well really really sort of superdome. They might not even name themselves. If he's like that there is the Oh yes no name. No names like is only like when Youtube religions coexisting and they have to kind of the same things over there should be like the place lace or the gathering or something. It's it would be if there's no name to starts being like or maybe it's just. Are you going over to Joel or something. Like that. Joel's Jones. John Scholes going over to my house. Joe Mow the lawn over Joel. It's like oh I've converted to Joe and also get thrown over Joel Singer. Joel is a book in the Old Testament. Now you can you can work with good. Yeah gives you co authored awesome. Great Okay I'm GonNa say that I am your your second in command. What do you call that? I don't feel like I feel like it can't ever give anybody Titles like that. Oh boy all right But I think people should say everyone in the Colt. Should I would say I speak for Joel so you could just say I speak for job people just know. How are you going to deal with? We got three hundred people at your house you want it cleaned the way you on it. You need someone who's in charge blow. You can't talk to everyone and this is one of those things again. I don't want to have to do anything except for come out and say like but that's why you need a second can in command good job I need some lunch. And then out of the goodness of their hearts they go get me a hierarchy is GonNa form regardless were you. Could you do often have superbeing and this sort of shoe sort of let. Does the dirty work of winning everything all right supreme and your kind of like the one who gets the hands dirty. I WANNA be your I wanna be that guy for you. I want to do the stuff that you don't want. Other people are way more famous than me. No no no no. I don't think that's true actually. After once Joel's hits I canceled television shows and like two years so start. You didn't have a religious following so all that's about to change people are going to. Have you know what I do. Have those shoes actually. Don't even have had the privilege of having them stolen. DOC shoes from I don't know in in the movies they disappear. Okay wait a second. I have a great idea here. Should this be part of our. Yeah I know not. Every religion has an origin. But because there's no natural.
"joel" Discussed on WTVN
"Joel Riley is off this week. Westside Jeff is my name filling in for Joel Joel get some well deserved time off. I get chance said here normally on Sundays from two to four setting in this week for Joe Riley. I'm on social media at west side Jeff on Twitter on Facebook. Also an Instagram normally again two to four on Sundays twenty eighteen it's the day after Christmas. And it's interesting. I was sitting at the kitchen counter yesterday with the fam-, and we were talking about the end of twenty eighteen in one of the things that happens the around Christmas time literally the day after Christmas you start seeing more stories and you start seeing of year end reviews what happened in twenty eighteen and what's what's to look forward to. And as I look backwards to twenty eighteen a couple of things stick out. I always think about him a news guy. I follow my. I'm just a commonsense opinion kinda guy, and I just pay attention to current events, and and have a common sense opinion as I look back to two thousand eighteen the things that stick out. To me were gun violence in two thousand eighteen it started on Valentine's Day with the Valentine's Day massacre at Marjory stoneman highschool down in Florida, and that began a movement of younger folks throughout the state of Florida than we had a nightclub shooting in California. And and the the the year ended. In the fall with a bad shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, and that was one of the things that kind of rocked the years shootings that happened. The other thing that came into play this year was the metoo movement that hashtag me too. And that is the concept of powerful men and powerful positions exerting their their force over women. It's all wrong, and I see that continuing that whole metoo movement as we move into twenty nineteen the other thing in twenty eighteen we had a supreme court change. And the interesting thing to me about the supreme court changes. This we've seen stories recently about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, had a surgery the other day this last we a week ago or so, and we know risk baiter Ginsburg is in ill health. She's just she's in her mid eighties, and you fully expect. Heard may not serve out her term or may not make it through this presidency. And if that happens and the president of the United States gets a chance to to nominate another supreme court Justice and twenty nineteen as we look ahead. You think you saw fight with the Cavanaugh or the Neal Gorsuch nominations. You'll see a major fight and twenty nineteen over over that one to twenty nineteen. It's gonna be interesting to see what happens the other story from two thousand eighteen has been how climate change had contributed to national disasters the hurricanes through the Carolinas. The the area the Gulf Coast and Panama City, hurricane Florida down there that really is still devastating that area. Northern Florida in the Gulf Coast in the California wildfires. Wow, how significant was that? All started just from a campfire and the. Climate change is dried the environment out there to the point that some significant stories in two thousand eighteen as we look ahead and twenty nineteen it's gonna be very interesting to see what happens as we look ahead. Let's look at what's going on and traffic and.
"joel" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"joel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"joel" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"joel" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Joel what the party don't stop it joe look come on what yeah so jordan okay okay doing bid francis kid so you went through so spend know about you from this adam thank would you much true that's but as you would you thank you why can't i'm african american no wait issue think that you would not get of wink desperate with every lecture we got us ready to i thought i understood this because we got a plan nobody can whole sprint final faster time in the city.
"joel" Discussed on About Last Night
"Are you intimidated by being around people that much smarter than you know you want as any smart people around you as possible because say techs you from the dumb people no i guess it's barely i the alternate make sure all my friends are smarter than me that's why i'm friends with you guys make sense actually that's a good move on your part when you did the white house correspondent center did you make sure you had riders had been with you for the head writers of the joel mchale show joel mchale dropping sunday mornings at twelve or five am might as well be saturday night and and kp anderson who was the head writer of the soup forever and now he's the executive producer so that was fun cobb all and then we took joke submissions and then from all thomas yeah frank thomas nomar garciaparra fred mcgriff framework crime rate joe perry baseball stars lot surprisingly great with a political humor now how would you really take from i there was a bunch of writers that we and then how terr couple of a lot of them were soup writers yeah somewhere a there was him conan writer who contributed but it but ultimately i mean it really just came down to us and that was three guys doing it me performing it over and over to them to them and tweaking it because we had the set pretty much set over a week in advance we all we we really narrowed i mean we were writing for months but we were narrowed it down and we're just making to the point where we were kind of like everybody's gonna have a game of thrones joke everyone's going to have oranges new black joke and so we knew bama was going to probably do that just because they were popular shows and malaysian airline joke about because that was the year the airline that plane disappeared shis appeared.
"joel" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day
"Joel karlin while the swamp we saw and now it's us served by so not so bird as of and solid the know being two two yes sir lexi words yeah and aw hmm but two yeah oh two.
"joel" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Joel berry ii our dole i feel like yeah her for white my shining medals in an odd as in an ongoing row the amendment no his only yup bell now dan one dan two.