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"john kostelic" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

Talking Sopranos

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

"This is John Ventimiglia and he goes what? What's your name? John Ventimiglia did you get broken into? Yeah. I'm your lawyer. I'm your lawyer man. He just got back from the DA's office. Wow. And you were at the naked angels naked. So there's a whole lot. The morning after they caught the guy on the state, the cops caught him. I called you first thing was I'd probably. A. Good Kid got John Yeah Yeah I met him. He came to a play. I did once it was great. Really Nice Guy. He was a friendly open. Professional like notable. focused. Attached to county. Is like living in New York in the eighties? You know everybody's got a story but this is our story and just means so much me that it was Michael. You know from early on when your cost of cost it's. Incredible to think about that, you guys wind up a bus but not not a bit parts on the show you wound up as series regulars big part of what late show. Great just great. Great. Great Johnny, I love you to death I. Hope to see you soon or do this guys. Thank you for doing. Got To. See you take care of yourself, our wealth see you. Guys. Johnny really thank you. I was great pal. Really. Good. Thank you very much. Really good. Johnny looks good. It looks. Is a great great talk. Glenn. It's always good to see him. It was I remember. When the show was gonNA. mean. We were hanging a lot. A lot hanging. Around. Me Yuli Jim awesome. Would come around in a while Rico sometimes Stevens and sometimes TV. Rob Riley once in Awhile Roger Roger Hang with us in a lawyer Roger Heba have way too many drinks. A lot of fun. A lot of laughs good food. Always. Today we got a good one. That's a great episode and it's. It's it's. A lot going on in the ship a lot. It's very dense. It's a lot of story and but to me it. Besides, that, there's no Christopher. No bobby which. Is Rare actually when both of us are not an episode, but this episode is To me it's like a master. In acting I mean particularly from. Jim. In easy it's it's a master class in acting without words. Just through the is just having the reality and the truth. I mean there's moments and I'll point them out as we go and I'm sure you will. Subtlety and just like lots of expression in lots of emotion in A. Tiny space at time without words. And they both really rocked in this episode. It's there's a lot of really good stuff in here in. Some. Episodes. Are More I. Don't know complicated maybe this complicated. At. A pay attention. You know you gotta pay attention. This is just you know like some shows you're watching the show Greg somebody come back. You know you gotta pay attention as a lot lot of subtleties shed going on. Another great. There's no bad ones. It's not a bad soprano in the bunch not one. Episode, it was written by Franklin. Julie. Who's written last a Automata. Ton Great Ones. Frank, and this is the last one he wrote addicted got a full writing Credit Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess with GonNa have on the show. DISHES, they won't seventeen children's six one. They also won an emmy or two. And directed by maybe favorite director, John? Parrish. I. Love John Patterson. I. Miss Him a lot. He passed away. We've we've talked about it before he passed away a while ago but he was. Just. A wonderful guy and a great spirit and a great sense of humor I just was very warm and lovely man. I really miss him. He was a good friend to and You know he really his episodes really are are always. Ride on like he does really great work with the camera and with the actors in his interpretation of the script he's he was a master. We've very well live though among the cash he was one of the guys and furry well liked. Unlike John I think I said that before he would send the the over and he would say. John said bring it down. Three. Eight Three. You know happy thirty, two percent. Johnson thirty. Really funny. I did see get aggravated once. Oh God allow he got aggravated with A. Guy Was a Broadway actress very good I don't. I. Don't remember his name Older Guy A kind of out of his element, you know stage work and I know exactly who I'm not. GonNa send. Doc and the guy at all you know he just wasn't getting it. John loss patients for them and John Tried a tried and talk and talk and talk, and then finally Jarvis flat out gave him a line reading. He just flat out said, do it like this Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah do it like this? Do it like this and and it was embarrassing I tried to move away. He just lost his patients. The Guy was being to act theory theatrical in. In the final cut of the episode, they his voice. They dubbed accident. That's right. Isn't that something? You know I mean John Tried and this if it comes down to that, you know we talked about line readings. That's an insult to a lot of actors if it comes down to and I just don't understand what you want. You know I'm just not understanding. So just fuck and tell me what you want. You know Johnny Costello John John Costello played Johnny Cakes, and he I know I'm way before he was in our acting class with me, Johnny V and. I always call them John Kostelic. That's how it's spelled but I guess it's really pronounced cost along but I never said that. But we very good friends and he was a tremendous. He was one of the first actors from our group that started working like in movies. He was in last exit to Brooklyn was was a movie we all addition for, but he got a good part in that. But anyway, he got cast in one of the die hards I don't know if it was the second one of the first one whatever any I think he had a couple of lines. John had a very heavy Brooklyn accent. What he was very excited. He got this movie the Die Hard He's Bruce Willis got some good stuff goes to see the screening..

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"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now. A late night talk show host is come up with a solution for at least a handful of federal workers. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch hidden and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be it started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that paper CBS news. It's only the second week of two thousand nineteen but the presidential race for twenty twenty already starting to take shape. It'd be sees. Mark Remillard reports. Elizabeth Warren spent the weekend in Iowa. But she's not the only democrat looking to challenge. President Trump for the Oval Office, California. Senator Kamala Harris, telling ABC news, it is clear to me that what we need in this country is leadership that has a vision of the future in which everyone can see themselves and former secretary of housing and urban development under President Obama who Leon Castro has made a trip to Iowa we have leadership in Washington DC in the White House. That is so determined to divide Americans instead of unite them Makram lard ABC news when it comes to voting. Here's another reason to make sure to get to the polls every election day. We get details from CBS's Pam Coulter. There's more proof that every vote counts. The GOP led Kentucky legislature. A seated democrat Jim Glenn who won this race with Republican DJ Johnson by one vote the state board of elections certified Glenn is the winner. But Johnson asked the state house to oversee a recount, a panel of six Republicans and three. Democrats will hear Johnson's request. Pam Coulter CBS news, and because every vote counts now former felons can register to vote in Florida. The new state law takes effect today that will restore voting rights to more than a million people with felony convictions. Congressman Charlie Crist said some two billion residents will finally have their rights restored with the passage of this constitutional amendment. Nothing not any statute or executive action. Nothing should keep convicted former felons who have paid their debt to society from legally. Registering to vote felons are still not allowed to vote in Iowa Kentucky and the Commonwealth of Virginia. Seven forty two on this Tuesday time for a check of sports the Bruins hosting the Minnesota wild tonight at the garden. We check in now with WBZ's Tom Cuddy Bruins after the fifth win in a row. Minnesota at the garden right now late first period Bruins to wild nothing. Danton Heinen Brad Marchand scoring conference. Call this morning. Offensive coordinator, Josh mcdaniels not leaving the patriots to become head coach. Elsewhere patriots game planning for Sunday divisional playoff with the chargers. Patriots defenders Theron harm and Trey flowers after breaking down the chargers game film. This a great challenge. Google obviously, the top of the best record in AFC went on the road is gonna be a great challenge versus the football team just about everybody has got to be aware understand it, you know, it's not just one specific guy. You can kill you. Gotta trae flowers and Doron Harmon soccer. Mention England reporter doing a standup using the stand ups on TV outside of Chelsea match. He was harassed by a fan. Reportedly responded by attacking the fan with a banana, Tom Cuddy WBZ radio sports winter doing went.

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Jimmy Kimmel is hiring federal employees during government shutdown

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Jimmy Kimmel is hiring federal employees during government shutdown

"Solution for at least a handful of federal workers. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch hidden and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be it started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that paper CBS news.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Make ends meet. This is affecting me personally. And a lot of people that I've talked to I talked to officers here, and they wanna know answers want to know why the shutdown is even exists despite his small uptick in call off straight the shutdown. The TSA says operations haven't been impacted. Right burrow, ABC news, Chicago at Newark airport democratic lawmakers in New Jersey calling for an end to the stalemate Senator. Cory Booker says it's unacceptable. Their federal workers who do so much for this nation. And so many places to believe in this country hurting right now, meantime, one late night talk host is come up with a solution for at least a handful of federal workers. CBS's Matt piper explained Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our parts of pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to. It started last night with a prison guard from complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news. We're only in the second week of twenty nineteen but believe it or not the presidential race for twenty twenty already starting to take shape. ABC's Mark Remillard has more. Elizabeth Warren spent the weekend in Iowa. But she's not the only democrat looking to challenge. President Trump for the Oval Office. California's Senator Kamala Harris telling ABC news, it is clear to me that what we need in this country is leadership that has a vision of the future in which everyone can see themselves at former secretary of housing and urban development under President Obama. Julio Castro has made a trip to Iowa we have leadership in Washington DC in the White House. That is so determined to divide Americans instead of unite them, Mark Remillard, ABC news. The State Department says it's aware of reports of a US navy veteran who's been held captive in Iran for nearly six months. The news coming amid rising tensions with that country following the president's withdrawal from the nuclear deal and renewed sanctions against Tehran. More now from ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz there are at least three other American citizens to of Iranian descent who were imprisoned in Iran and another American Bob Levinson who has been missing for over a decade as for Michael white a consular. Visit is trying to be arranged through this three forty two on this Tuesday afternoon time effort check on sports with WBZ's. Tom Cuddy Boston Bruins after the fifth win on row. It'll be tonight. Minnesota at the garden conference, call this morning patriots. Offensive coordinator, Josh mcdaniels not leaving the patriots to become a head coach anytime soon a patriots game planning for Sunday divisional playoff with the chargers. Patriot defenders Doron Harmon Trey flowers after breaking down the chargers game film. This is a great challenge. Obviously the time for the best record and AFC went on the road as well. A great challenge versus football team just about everybody has got to be aware understand it, you know, it's not just one specific even keel. You gotta on just very trae flowers and Doron Harman's soccer match. Sheldon England, a reporter doing a standup outside of Chelsea match. Was harassed by a fan reporter responded by attacking the fan with an inflatable banana, Tom Cuddy, WBZ radio sports, always.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Man accused of murdering a temple university student in August of two thousand seventeen admits to a few of the charges just just moments for the start at trial. Kristen Johanson has the update from the criminal Justice Senate thirty year old Joshua hepatitis pleaded guilty to the charge of tampering with evidence and abusive corpse, but says he was not the one who killed Jenner burly in front of a packed courtroom. Assistant district attorney Jason Grenell told jurors that after Berlin hepatitis met at a bar and walked to his apartment, the two got into a fight, and that's been to beat her striking. Her naked body. Thirty times then stabbing and strangling her Grenell said in the days to follow eluded belief and lied every chance he got before he took Burley's body in a blue plastic bin to the Poconos using the car service lift when it was the is turn things got sticky. David Benner who represents habits points to his clients roommate as the real killer and brought up a statement made to detect. It says judge Glen Bronson told earlier not to bring up. Prosecutors argued dinner violated a court order manner conceded. He made a mistake. Bronson said he would not give the jury anymore instructions at at this point, let it go. Testimony is expected through the afternoon. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio. Late night comedy study is raising awareness. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do. Do our part to pitch in and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were to go. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news a to twenty-five. It's money. News on KYW. We check in with Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg Jeff another day in positive territory. Yes. Stocks are extending the gains of the last two sessions. Steve Dow Jones industrials are up two hundred eighteen points to twenty three thousand seven forty nine. The NASDAQ is up sixty and the S and P five hundred is up nineteen Facebook shares are up three percent JP Morgan told clients to look past the social networks controversies analysts there predict earnings growth will help Facebook over comets recent scandals the beneficial Bank Philadelphia index from Bloomberg is up six tenths percent Sears received at least a temporary reprieve today. Eddie Lampert will get another chance to save the bankrupt retailer from liquidation Lampard's bid will be compared with alternatives the labor. Department says employers had fewer jobs to fill in November than they did in October. But the agency's jolts reports still points to a strong job market, the number of openings six point nine million with sixteen percent higher than November of two thousand seventeen with money. News from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Thank you. Jeff in a speech. You can hear live right here. Starting at nine tonight. President Trump is expected of appeal for pressure on congress to approve funding for his border wall. That would end the partial government shutdown that is ahead in three minutes..

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Twenty ninth. It's only after the twenty ninth is when we're gonna wind up with issues. But if it continues beyond that, he reminds us you can. Still get information on the IRS website. If you do have a question, Andrew, Kramer, KYW, NewsRadio social media, another court weighs in on a politician. Use of it in a three to nothing vote. A federal appeals court panel said of Virginia politician violated the constitution by temporarily blocking of critic for Facebook page. The court said Loudon county board of supervisors cheer Phyllis. Randall violated, the free speech rights of Brian Davison by banning him for twelve hours from her chair Phyllis Randall page, the ruling could have an impact on President Trump's appeal of a similar ruling in New York. Pam Coulter, she BS news, a lawsuit by an iconic actress against the Hollywood studio getting the thumbs down from the nation's highest court, the supreme court declined to consider reviving a lawsuit by actress Olivia to Jalan against twenty Century Fox accusing the studio falsely portraying her in a mini series about a famous feud between fellow actresses Bette Davis and. John Crawford the one hundred two year old to Haviland contends the series damaged her reputation by portraying her as a gossip a hypocrite the series feud, aired in two thousand seventeen the case was thrown out by California state appeals court last year on first amendment grounds. Jim chenevey. CBS news Kentucky school district is fired. A teacher after a video showed her dragging a nine year old boy with autism through the halls of the school green up county school district announced the teacher's termination, more than two months. October incident took place. Angel. Nelson says her son was removed from classroom after he had enough and outburst video from the school's cameras which Nelson shared on Facebook. Here's the show. A woman dragging a young boy by the risk through the school's hallway different points in the video. The boy is he they're lying on his back where sliding on his knee. Eagles nation having even more bragging rights themes, TV ratings with the NFL's wildcard round were up significantly this year. The NFL says an average of twenty eight point four million people watch the four wildcard match-ups up twelve percent over last year in particular the final game of the weekend. The four forty eastern time matchup on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and defending world champion. Philadelphia. Eagles was watched by thirty five point nine million people making it the most watched wildcard game on record Sunday's bears. Eagles matchup peaked at forty five point one million viewers during the final nine minutes in which the bears missed a last second field goal. The league says that game was also the most watched television show period since last year's Super Bowl. Fifty two digital streaming of the games. Also was up one hundred thirty nine percent over last season. I'm John Stolnis. It is a late night comedy stop at one that is raising awareness. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. Unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news. Samsung has warned that its fourth quarter operating profit is set to plunged nearly thirty percent compared to last year. Company blamed that sharp drop on lacklustre demand for its memory chips and intensifying competition of the smart moment. Industry guidance comes after apple warned last week that it will sell fewer iphones and previously expected mainly because of an economic slowdown in China and announcement sparked a deep selloff apple shares and the wider stock stockmarkets app. Samsung is the world's largest mart phone maker demand. Accused of killing a temple university student in 2017 pleads guilty to two of the charges. I'm Kristen Johanson. That's coming up in the next five minutes on KYW NewsRadio. Get up. First thing spoke cigarette before lunch after lunch now that I'm talking about it. I kind of feeling like loss about four hours of every day. I.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The twenty nine. It's only after the twenty ninth is. When we're gonna wind up with issues. But if it continues beyond that, he reminds us you can still get information on the IRS website. If you do have a question, Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio another court weighs in on politicians. Use of social media three to nothing vote. A federal appeals court panel said of Jinya politician violated the constitution by temporarily blocking a critic for Facebook page. The court said Loudon county board of supervisors cheer Phyllis. Randall violated, the free speech rights of Brian Davison by banning him for twelve hours from her chair Phyllis Randall page, the ruling could have an impact on President Trump's appeal of a similar ruling in New York. Pam Coulter CBS news, a lawsuit by a famous actress against a Hollywood studio gets the thumbs down from the nation's highest court the supreme court declined to consider reviving a lawsuit by actress Olivia to Havilland against twenty-first-century FOX accusing the studio falsely portraying her in. A mini series about a famous feud between fellow actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford the one year old to Haviland contends the series damaged her reputation by portraying her as a gossip Banda hypocrite the series feud, aired in two thousand seventeen the case was thrown out by California state appeals court last year on first amendment grounds. Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Good news for TV executives TV ratings for the NFL wild card games were up significantly this year. The NFL says an average of twenty eight point four million people watch the four wildcard match-ups up twelve percent over last year in particular the final game of the weekend. The four forty eastern time matchup on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and defending world champion. Philadelphia. Eagles was watched by thirty five point nine million people making it the most watched wildcard game on record Sunday's bears. Eagles matchup peaked at forty five point one million viewers during the final nine minutes in which the bears missed last second field goal. The league says that game was also the most watched. Television show period since last year's Super Bowl. Fifty two digital streaming of the games. Also was up one hundred thirty nine percent over last season. I'm John Stolnis. Good news for TV executives as you heard. Now, the partial shutdown of the federal government continues and people on food stamps are worried they're going to be cut off sometime soon. Forty two million Americans across the country use food stamps, including this young mother in Lansing, Michigan. Syllabus that depend on that money. I can't work for now city and state agencies are trying to fill the gap. But they say they can't do it for long. Joan Jackson Johnson is a director of community services in Lansing. We don't have the resources to provide that supplemental assistance more than once a month. And that young mother is going to start feeling the pinch soon. Is that just going to hurt my family? Everybody's family Bill. Rakoff CBS news. But a late night TV show host is trying to do what he can to help Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after holidays. So I wanted to do our parts of pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to it started last night with a prison guard from complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news. It's twelve twenty superstars last hurrah.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This is what you hear normal operations will resume as soon as possible William Holtzman who wants a tax accounting business and Fairmount says that's an issue during tax season yet because what happens is that. Oftentimes, we wanna reach out to the IRS where a client has a problem, and we can't resolve an issue not working if the shutdown end sometime this month though, because we. Electronially file until the twenty ninth. It's only after the twenty ninth is when we're gonna wind up with issues. But if it continues beyond that, he reminds us you can still get information on the IRS website. If you do have a question, Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio another court ways enema politicians use of social media in a three to nothing vote. A federal appeals court panel said of Virginia politician violated the constitution by temporarily blocking of critic from her Facebook page, the court said Loudon county board of supervisors cheer Phyllis. Randall violated, the free speech rights of Brian Davison by banning him for twelve hours from her chair Phyllis Randall page, the ruling could have an impact on President Trump's appeal of a similar ruling in New York. Pam Coulter CBS news lawsuit by a famous actress against a Hollywood studio gets the thumbs down from the nation's highest court. The supreme court declined to consider reviving a lawsuit by actress Olivia too heavily. Against twenty-first-century Century, Fox accusing the studio falsely portraying her in a miniseries about a famous feud between fellow actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. The one two year old to Haviland contends the series damage to reputation by portraying her as a gossip and a hypocrite the series feud aired in two thousand seventeen the case was thrown out by California state appeals court last year on first amendment grounds. Jim Chenevey, CBS news, even more bragging rights. We'll take it for eagles nation. Tv ratings NFL's wildcard round were significantly up this year. The NFL says an average of twenty eight point four million people watched the four wildcard match-ups up twelve percent over last year and particular the final game of the weekend. The four forty eastern time matchup on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and defending world champion. Philadelphia. Eagles was watched by thirty five point nine million people making it the most watched wildcard game on record Sunday's bears. Eagles matchup peaked at forty five point one million viewers during the final. Nine minutes in which the bears missed a last second field goal. The league says that game was also the most watched television show period since last year Super Bowl. Fifty two digital streaming of the games. Also was up one hundred thirty nine percent over last season. I'm John Stolnis. Late night comedy, stump at one that certainly is raising awareness. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news..

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Politicians cannot block social media foes: U.S. appeals court

24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Politicians cannot block social media foes: U.S. appeals court

"Studio gets the thumbs down from the nation's highest court. The supreme court declined to consider reviving a lawsuit by actress Olivia too heavily. Against twenty-first-century Century, Fox accusing the studio falsely portraying her in a miniseries about a famous feud between fellow actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. The one two year old to Haviland contends the series damage to reputation by portraying her as a gossip and a hypocrite the series feud aired in two thousand seventeen the case was thrown out by California state appeals court last year on first amendment grounds. Jim Chenevey, CBS news, even more bragging rights. We'll take it for eagles nation. Tv ratings NFL's wildcard round were significantly up this year. The NFL says an average of twenty eight point four million people watched the four wildcard match-ups up twelve percent over last year and particular the final game of the weekend. The four forty eastern time matchup on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and defending world champion. Philadelphia. Eagles was watched by thirty five point nine million people making it the most watched wildcard game on record Sunday's bears. Eagles matchup peaked at forty five point one million viewers during the final. Nine minutes in which the bears missed a last second field goal. The league says that game was also the most watched television show period since last year Super Bowl. Fifty two digital streaming of the games. Also was up one hundred thirty nine percent over last season. I'm John Stolnis. Late night comedy, stump at one that certainly is raising awareness. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wall on the southern border, and you can hear President Trump's speech tonight at nine right here on Boston's new station with an estimated eight hundred thousand federal employees working without paychecks. A late night host is hoping to ease the burden for some of them. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown fortunate that these people these workers who have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall are getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be. It started last night with a prison guard from complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news ever plan. Move by the city of Boston works traffic could get a little bit better in the city. The globe reports. Mayor Marty Walsh wants to city to get a larger slice of fees ride, hailing companies such as burn left are already paying the city, and he'll lobby state lawmakers to get it right now a portion of those fees. Go to cities and towns, Boston guests three and a half million. The most in the state no word on what the target number would be research shows ride hailing is adding to congestion on city streets. Catching a pizza chain is ready to cash in on the Super Bowl stand up because your pizzas Pizza Hut is expanding pizza and beer deliveries to five more states in advance of the big game on February. Third fans in Florida, Iowa, Nebraska. North Carolina and Ohio will be able to order pies and brew.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dave small business owners getting a little nervous amid a weakening economic outlook the national federation of independent business says while still historically high. It's index of member optimism slipped in December fourth straight monthly decline. As owners grow more reluctant to expand their businesses. The overall drop was smaller though than what was expected, by communists surveyed by Bloomberg. But the number of those polled expecting business conditions to improve in the next half year fell sixteen percent, and that is the lowest since late twenty sixteen Wall Street is keeping a close eye on trade talks with China as negotiators for the two countries. Meet to hammer out a deal to put an end to the tariff battle be futures up eighteen Dow futures up one hundred eighty Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio seven thirty nine. Nine after stepping down from his dream job of hosting the Oscars comedian Kevin Hart addresses the controversy over past homophobic statements on his weekly radio show. CBS's Amurri green reports comedian Kevin Hart, officially apologized to the community and reiterate, he's not hosting the Oscars. He stepped down last month after past homophobic tweets and comments from heart surfaced yesterday. Heart said, he's not homophobic, and has never been any also said he doesn't have time to properly prepare for the Oscars which airs in about two weeks. Ellen Degeneres is pushing him to reconsider hard also says a social climate has changed since he wrote those jokes a proposal for a Brighton pot. Shop is facing a challenge. Happy valley. Ventures wants to set up a shop for recreational marijuana sales at Marianne bar on beacon street developers. Call it the perfect location because it's in a retail zone has nearby parking. And as across the street from the green line many residents and business. This is near the Cleveland circle location. Don't like the idea the proposal faces local zoning and permitting issues and approval by the cannabis control commission federal workers off the job. Because of the partial government shutdown are getting help from a late night. Tv host CBS piper explains. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall are getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over where going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news. The city of Durham North Carolina is mulling over what to do with a confederate monument. Topple by protesters in two thousand seventeen the statue of an anonymous soldier had stood in front of the old county courthouse since nineteen twenty four. It's now in storage, Durham city and county government will take recommendations at a hearing today on what to do with a statue. A committee has been studying the issue for several months. Here's a patient that hospital workers in Alaska. I didn't really know what to do with except shoot. A video a moose found its way inside a physical therapy office at Alaska regional hospital in Anchorage, a worker there did what many of us would do took a video the giant animals sniffed around some plants in the entry way stared at the camera, then got bored and left through the front door. The most is fine. And no one inside was hurt. A look at the next generation train CBS's. Jim Chenevey has the story back to the future for trains.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Ten eighty KRLD. Your news now. Good morning. This is KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning. Top story at the bottom of the hour. The president. He's gonna talk to all of us tonight. CBS news update. It's eighteen of a partial government shutdown and the president may be making plans to declare a nationally -mergency over lack of funding for border security, CBS's, Mark Liberman. President Trump will give his first primetime Oval Office address tonight. L argue its case to the American people for a wall at the US Mexico border an issue Mr. Trump has been making since the day he announced he was running for president in two thousand fifteen Mr. Trump plans to visit the southern border Thursday, New York, congressman, Jerry, Nadler, speaking for Democrats, there's no security crisis at the border. Sarah, Waterson is a furloughed EPA worker in Kansas. Her office was shut down two days after Christmas job. It's my livelihood. It's high put food on the table for my children. So you have to go to your landlord and say, I don't know how I'm going to. Hey, you I've never had to do that despite furloughs at the IRS. The White House says Americans will get tax refunds if owed them CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The way we will be carrying the president's address to the nation tonight live on KRLD. So as the stalemate drags on. At least one late night. Tv host is doing what he can to help. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that the. These people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news now six thirty three KRLD. A federal judge has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to release tens of thousands of emails between lobbyists and two dozen Trump appointees within the EPA the question here is whether political appointees are making governmental decisions after having improper contacts with the very same entities. They're charged with regulating are they then serving the interests of the public or the industry's these emails between top tier political appointees and industry officials could prove conflicts of interest CBS legal analyst, Dane Rosenbaum. Lawyers for former Dallas police officer, amber Geiger's, say she will be in court this morning first appearance in court for her. Back in November of Dallas county. Grand jury indicted Geiger for murder in the September shooting death of both John both lived in the same apartment building. John was one floor below Geiger, Geiger, told police she went to the wrong floor into thought that John was an intruder pin her apartment shot him. No trial date has been set a North Texas middle school teacher arrested and accused of inappropriate relations with a student forty-five-year-old. Julie ruler taught at Coppell middle school's west campus. She was arrested there around three thirty yesterday afternoon. The Dallas county sheriff's department says there were inappropriate taxed and social media messages between brewer and one of her students that suits age is unknown and some band parents in Collin county are raising money for another band a thousand miles away in Kentucky to be a part of a group that helps them other kids get to do the same thing that my son so enjoys it. I do I watching my son. Do it's it's really. Great feeling to say, okay. I had a little bit part of that Adam Jones and some other prosper high school band. Parents heard about the band in pike Ville Kentucky, or are they paid nearly four thousand dollars for new uniforms only to have the company go bankrupt and keep their money, the prosper parents set up a gofundme page to help that banned in Kentucky. They are still a little bit short of their goal though. So there's still some time for you to help out if you'd like it's six thirty five traffic and weather together on the eighth coming up. Then what's trending online in North Texas this morning..

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"john kostelic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Down the old bridge over the Hudson river, but used to be the tappan Zee bridge, so they're going to have to close down the Mariam Cuomo for a while that'll be Saturday morning nine o'clock as they use explosives to take down the old bridge would say digitally wanted to bring down piece by piece to save the fish because explosives and fish, don't go together. But the because of the concerns about the old bridge being too unstable. There's going to blow the whole thing up low, HUD dot com says don't expect you're going to camp out there. Along the Hudson river Bank patrols along the roads, including nine W Nyack to keep a traffic going lawmakers in Albany original using new legislation that would allow the state parks Commissioner to remove President Trump's name from a state park that was closed in two thousand ten and two thousand six Trump donated undeveloped land along the Putnam Westchester border to the state for the park that was closed for years later because of a budget crisis. Similar bills were introduced in two previous legislative sessions, but they had gone nowhere. Six fifty two w CBS news time a Hollywood effort to help those hit hard by the government shutdown. Matt piper reports Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall are getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our parts of pitch tonight and every night until the shutdown is over where you're gonna put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we're going to gonna it started last night with a prison guard. From a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it. That piper. CBS news fluctuations in pay can be bad for your health. According to the American heart association's journal, they find long-term volatility carries a nearly two fold risk of cardiovascular disease and death drops an income can lead to stress and some patients may stop taking their medications are going to the doctor because of their new financial situation. Just story of yesterday about a trespasser who was caught on a security camera licking the families doorbell bringing grows to a whole new level. And we use that as a way to introduce you to what's Slava's has right? And that's a lick proof doorbell camera. Sloven security swab it down when you're done fifteen hundred dollar home security system, plus installation for free. All you have to do is use your slogans low-cost central station monitoring for twenty four seven security on the throw in the doorbell camera. The the real deal. There is that it does. Deter thieves door headline Bakersfield, California doorbell camera spots. Armed suspect Kansas doorbell cameras help catch porch pirates. So keep those Porsche pirates away from your home. Call slogans eight three three nine three three safe. You want the next forty callers from.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In New York actor who found himself starring on. Grindr has had his day in court. Matthew Herrick says his ex created a fake profile on the gay dating app. And he couldn't go anywhere without offers of sex and drugs, he is suing grinder claiming that he filed at least fifty complaints about. This is lawyers carry Goldberg this was a life or death matter. They would follow him into the bathroom at work. They wouldn't take. No for an answer. Herrick says all he ever got from grinder was an honor replied reading thank you for lodging your complaint so far. There's no comment from grinder on this court case five twenty one w CBS news time passion mixes with anger in an alleged love story gun bad involving four New York. Cops. The NYPD has seized weapons belonging to a police sergeant his girlfriend her ex and the sergeants police officer wife, what started all this incriminating photos. The sergeant cell phone spotted by his live in girlfriend. She posted the pics to Instagram alerting others involved in what one tabloid calls a love. Rectangle nine guns were taken from the four people involved and his case has been turned over to the NYPD special operations division for investigation and acts attack in Brooklyn. The NYPD says a manteca chop at his mother in an apartment of the victim shares with their two sons in Coney Island, the suspect thirty two years old and living with mom turned himself in the victim has been hospitalized and charges in this case. Case are pending the Mario Cuomo bridge over the Hudson river will close to traffic Saturday morning, nine o'clock as its aging neighbor is being brought down by explosives blow. It up remnants of the old tap will fall to the Hudson. If the weather allows low had dot com journal news says don't expect you're going to be allowed to camp out on the night before never Bank. If you're into these kinds of things extra patrols will be set up along roads, including nine W around Nyack to keep the traffic moving who wouldn't want to throw out the sleeping bag in January night sleep out of the Hudson river, I could see you doing that five twenty two a Hollywood effort to help those hit hard by the government shutdown Matt pipers here with the story. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over where you're gonna put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forest fire through the trees wildfires are driven by wind into graffiti and a piece of software called wildfire uses satellites and ground sensors process through a supercomputer to better predict the fires course it gives you a visual and there's nothing like the visual particularly if you're a half a mile or two miles away la city deputy fire chief armando hogan says the software allows firefighters to get up to game speed even faster to that situational awareness it adds to that vantage point and then most importantly it adds to the deployment needs of that incident la city firing uc san diego a partner to continue the development of wildfire in la chris ancarlo kfi news sim state leaders are looking to ease to stabilize looking east to stabilize the power grid and assembly bill would link fourteen western states to share energy resources consultant kelly smith says this move could help avoid shortages during hot days in california we're currently already interconnected all the transmission lines run together but we've got thirty seven different entities in the west that put electricity out onto that grid critics say the expansion could make power prices go up it could also include more fossil fuels and by the way speaking of the heat number high promised yesterday that today would be ten degrees warmer than it was yesterday i was spot on it's gonna be hot we're talking temperatures up into the mid nineties in the probably near one hundred by the end of the week so yeah power is definitely going to be a strain on the grid today for sure but the first day of summer comes thursday so there you go prison workers in victorville say they now face new dangers because of immigration detainees slice moved about a thousand detainees to the prison facility and prison workers say the agency didn't provide extra staff union rep john kostelic says there are medical issues that the prison can't handle for my understanding a lot of these inmates are detainees weren't vaccinated from where they're from so there is a potential of this issue become much larger ice moved the detainees to the prison facility about a week ago the union says it has one officer for about every one hundred twenty five people andrew mollenbeck kfi news we're going to talk more about this next story with cnbc's guy dummy coming up at our business buzz at five thirty five the president trump has directed trade officials to prepare for another possible round of tariffs to impose on china china is calling this latest threat an act of extreme pressure and blackmail this time the tariffs could affect two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods last week china responded to fifty billion in new tariffs with what it said was an equivalent amount of tariffs on us.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hey news hour on the half and when it breaks i'm bill seward live from the kfi twenty four hour news room prison officials in victorville say they're struggling to keep up with the medical needs of immigration detainees ice moved about one thousand detainees to the federal prison last week but prison union rep john kostelic says the agency didn't offer more medical staff we have physicians assistance now handing out pills it's an unacceptable for them to be that shortstaffed kostelic says there's only one officer for every one hundred and twenty five people at the facility i started using space at federal prisons to house the extra detainees a former lapd officers been sentenced in la to five years in federal prison for a drug conviction he was busted in november when his garage blew up and investigators found the house had been turned into a drug lab we're has sheesh oil was extracted from marijuana metro has started building a bridge to the future with the announcement of of a new transportation school metro ceo phil washington says forty percent of the agencies workforce is eligible for retirement within five years the thought has always been that we need to start early so prepare young people to work in the infrastructure industry so what better way to start a school in washington says the transportation schools modeled on an academy in new york city students would be high school age classes expected to start in the fall of twenty twenty traffic from the helpful.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hey news on the hour on the half and when it breaks i'm bill seward live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom prison officials in victorville say they're struggling to keep up with the medical needs of immigration detainees ice moved about one thousand detainees to the federal prison last week but prison union rep john kostelic says the agency didn't offer more medical staff physicians assistants now handing out pills it's an unacceptable for them to be that shortstaffed kostelic says there's only one officer for every one hundred and twenty five people at the facility i started using space at federal prisons to house the extra detainees a former lapd officer has been sentenced in l to five years in federal prison for drug conviction he was busted in november when his garage blew up and investigators found the house had been turned into a drug lab where has sheesh oil was extracted from marijuana metro tro has started building a bridge to the future with the announcement of a new transportation school metro ceo phil washington says forty percent of the agencies workforce is eligible for retirement within five years the thought has always been that we need to start early so prepare young people to work in the infrastructure industry so what better way to start then school washington says the transportation schools modeled after an academy in new york city students would be high school age classes are expected to start in the fall of twenty twenty and the white house was locked down for a short time because a man climbed over a fence and dropped his backpack the guy was immediately taken into custody president trump was in the white house at the time but officials say he was never in any danger traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center crash in los alamitos sop anthony six zero fine before you get to get is wreck blocking.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Prison officials in victorville say they're struggling to keep up with the medical needs of immigration detainees ice moved about a thousand detainees to the federal prison last week for prison union rep john kostelic says the agency didn't offer more medical staff we have physicians assistants now handing out pills it's an unacceptable for them to be that short staff says there's only one officer for every one hundred twenty five people at the facility i started using space at federal prisons to house the extra detainees this report brought to you by eight hundred no cuffs former lapd officer has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for a drug conviction he was busted in november when his garage blew up and investigators found the house had been turned into a drug lab where has sheesh oil was extracted from marijuana metro has started building a bridge to the future with the announcement of new transportation school metro ceo phil washington says forty percent of the agencies workforce's eligible for retirement within five years the thought has always been that we need to start early so prepare young people to work in the infrastructure industry so what better way to start dental school washington's has transportation schools modeled on an academy in new york city students would be high school aged classes are expected to start in the fall of twenty twenty the white house's was locked down for short town because a man claimed over climbed over a fence and dropped his backpack that guy was immediately taken into custody president trump was in the white house at the time but officials say he was never in any danger and wendy's says it's looking into employee claims that a live mouse was found in a bag of hamburger buns would employees posted video of the rodent on facebook she says the managers just put the bag in her office last week employees says she wanted to let people know because her friends and family go to the restaurant traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center acts on the oh five westbound we're seeing slow drive getting away from the.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

Firefighters Suspended For Making Porn At Firehouse « CBS Baltimore

"Prison officials in victorville say they're struggling to keep up with the medical needs of immigration detainees ice moved about a thousand detainees to the federal prison last week for prison union rep john kostelic says the agency didn't offer more medical staff we have physicians assistants now handing out pills it's an unacceptable for them to be that short staff says there's only one officer for every one hundred twenty five people at the facility i started using space at federal prisons to house the extra detainees this report brought to you by eight hundred no cuffs former lapd officer has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for a drug conviction he was busted in november when his garage blew up and investigators found the house had been turned into a drug lab where has sheesh oil was extracted from marijuana metro has started building a bridge to the future with the announcement of new transportation school metro ceo phil washington says forty percent of the agencies workforce's eligible for retirement within five years the thought has always been that we need to start early so prepare young people to work in the infrastructure industry so what better way to start dental school washington's has transportation schools modeled on an academy in new york city students would be high school aged classes are expected to start in the fall of twenty twenty the white house's was locked down for short town because a man claimed over climbed over a fence and dropped his backpack that guy was immediately taken into custody president trump was in the white house at the time but officials say he was never in any danger and wendy's says it's looking into employee claims that a live mouse was found in a bag of hamburger buns would employees posted video of the rodent on facebook she says the managers just put the bag in her office last week employees says she wanted to let people know because her friends and family go to the restaurant traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center acts on the oh five westbound we're seeing slow drive getting away from the.

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"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john kostelic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Advisor silvo says tomorrow's march at noon will provide a safe place for people to come forward attention from the usc house center the center of the campus like the many reports dating back as early as nineteen ninety one of sexual abuse that was delivered to ministries nor ignore it and so we're trying to physically embody that twenty lawsuits have been filed and more than four hundred women have come forward claiming abuse by former usc gynecologist dr george tyndall up to one thousand immigration detainees could be moved to a federal prison in victorville says it needs more space to keep up with a surge of illegal border crossings the justice department's news zero tolerance policy it says prison such as victorville are temporary until the agency comes up with new facilities union president john kostelic says the feds sprung this on the prison were kind of winging it right now because we don't do this we're a prison we're not a detention center about six hundred detainees are going to prisons in other states andrew mollenbeck kfi news a jury awarded twenty five million dollars to a man he says he was sexually abused at a private school in long beach lawyer john taylor says his client was a fifteen year old student at westerly when the abuse happened in two thousand eight staff and the teachers and faculty had not been trained right concerning what to look for in terms of grooming not only did they miss the sign those who who did see signs they didn't know who to report it to taylor says the man is client accused of molesting him is still awaiting trial for the criminal charges was released says it hopes the end of the legal process will bring healing to those involved celebrity chef anthony bourdain has been found dead in a hotel room near the border of france and germany officials say it looks like gordon killed himself today he was found by longtime friend and chef eric repair for dane once told kfi steve gregory he was conflicted about his purpose in life my shefa my writer i'm a tv guy i mean it's it's kind of a nonsensical thing immediate rosza temperature that doesn't exist you can't be one and the other and i think it's an advocate of of.

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