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Belgium shows restored masterpiece but stolen panel rankles

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Belgium shows restored masterpiece but stolen panel rankles

"The restored again to the piece is going back on show in Belgium this weekend but don't be fooled a panel so long ago is not suddenly back in place look closely on one panel of the brilliantly restored level off of the altar piece still has old varnish right next to the vivid coloring this come back to life in one of the most iconic works of western art dating from the nineteen forties it's a reminder of one of the biggest on the sole art crimes of all time the nineteen thirty four theft of the John van Eyck whose work graces the world's greatest museums the regionally still being haunted not only by police but by multi crew with to sleuths ranging from a former police commissioner to children's book author lack of the painting itself with its intricate detail the crime story it's hard to resist I'm Charles that's my

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"john van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"john van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"An ICU bed. No matter who you are, and how could your insurance is? There's no bets, 16 says. They're the first line of defense and the system is strained. They face situations were 90% of the hospitals were on diversion status, meaning they were telling ambulances not to come to them. He says ambulances there waiting hours, sometimes days to get a patient into the hospital and with oxygen and short supply aunties and paramedics are now under orders not to use it unless the patient's oxygen saturation level falls below 90%. Well, we've actually had unprecedented chelation. We've had hospitals actually turning ambulances away, but they refused to accept them. John Van Aalst isn't empty. He's been doing this 27 years and he says. He's never seen anything like this. It's tough for us is transporting these patients to these hospitals and having toe you know, sit there and hold walls for hours at a time. Baby sitting the patients for hours they sit in the ambulance or wait in the hallway with a sick patient on a gurney. Unable to respond to other 911 calls on 1 24 hour shift. They are constantly transporting sick people were running easily. 22 23 hours. Out of those 24 hour with very little downtime. So it's It's very stressful and trying to find time to just grab some some sort of food to stay sharp and could be out there to respond. This isn't even the peak. They expect that after New Year's transmissions in the next couple weeks, the message from almost from Dr Eckstine and from Dr Mahajan is stay home because the system is under unprecedented string..

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Should Social Media Companies Honor the First Amendment?

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Should Social Media Companies Honor the First Amendment?

"Hi everybody I'm John Van and moderator intelligence squared US debates and in this episode. We're going to be revisiting a debate on a topic. That's been in your headlines quite a bit recently. We're going to be looking at how social media platforms should be deciding what content you can or cannot post online. We're seeing twitter and facebook taking decidedly different approaches to this question. Twitter recently flagged a tweet from President trump where he said that mail-in ballots would be enabling voter fraud. The president responded to being flagged with a brand new executive order that would strip social media companies of their protections from liability for anything that users post. FACEBOOK is a different story. FACEBOOK has maintained that with the exception of some specific dangers. Free speech must be respected Mark Zuckerberg said we should enable as much expression as possible that said facebook has taken down some of trump's campaign ads that featured a Nazi symbol and has allowed users to opt out of political ads. Well with all of this going on, what does it mean for the future of your news feed and Where should social media companies draw the line on possibly false or offensive or hateful user content? Two thousand, nineteen, we brought four very strong debaters to the stage to argue those questions. We had a debate, so let's hear it. Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, so says the US Constitution, but what about facebook or twitter or any social media platform, those companies face no constraints on setting limits on what people can say platforms. It is after all their ballgame. They own the space, but should they be limiting speech when it is so offensive, sometimes and morally threatening that a crosses the line into what we call. Hey, speech same for information that is false pretending to be true. What some call fake news would doing so turn these companies into censorship? Where tree expression is put at serious risk, or perhaps should these same companies take a page from the First Amendment and encourage speech to run as far as it wants to? Well, we all this has the makings of a debate, so let's have it. Yes, or no to this statement. Constitutional free speech principles can save social media companies from themselves. John Donvan is Stan between two teams of two experts in this. This topic who will argue for and against this resolution as always our debate will go in three rounds, and then our audience here at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia will choose the winner, and if all goes well, civil discourse will also win our resolution one more time. Constitutional free speech principles can save social media companies from themselves. Let's meet the team arguing for the resolution, please I welcome David French. David welcome to intelligence squared. You are a senior writer for the National Review Your Attorney. Sometimes you say you're recovering attorney, your free speech advocate. You're a veteran of operation. Iraqi Freedom you have a New York Times bestselling book out and another one called the great American divorce coming out this year after year long career in law and your love the first. Amendment, the fact that we are at the National Constitution Center a shrine to the Constitution does being here. Give you chills. Debate gives me chills because it reminds me of two dates. Seventeen, eighty-nine, nine, the date, the constitution was ratified in seventeen, ninety eight, the date that the founding generation passed the alien and sedition acts indicating that debates about free speech have been alive as long as our Constitution has been a lie and are still with us as we're going to be debating tonight listening again David French. and. You have a partner arguing this with you. Please welcome losing in Korean mcsherry. Thanks so much for joining us I Q to You are the legal director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Is a nonprofit that defends civil liberties in the Digital World Karen. You have said that some of your favorite cases involved defending political expression. Do you have a particular? Can share. It's hard to choose so I'll just tell you about a recent case. That was particularly fun. And that involves a situation where a group of activists took to the streets of Washington DC and Philadelphia and New York, handing out spoof copies of the Washington Post in which the headline announced that trump had last resigned. It was lots of fun. They got lots of attention to Washington. Post also paid attention and was not happy, so they received illegal threat. They called us. We intervened, and we explained to the Washington Post what they should already know. Which is that? That spoof was protected by the First Amendment. Wash depot should know that they realized it. They backed down. We called it a win.

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"john van" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"john van" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"john van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"john van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special guest this week is John van Eck he is the CEO and director of INEC associates a firm that manages over fifty six billion dollars in assets the vast majority of which are really interesting ETFs let's talk a little bit about the company that you joined in ninety two and I want to focus on the era in the nineteen seventies where your dad had an extremely pressing in coal into gold in a very inflationary era but more than just being a pundit who said gold going up he made a joint bid on that tell us about it so my father started the Fuhrman fifty five he actually started it later in life and so in the in the sixties he had just got married he was just over fifty years old and he was getting a degree at night at NYU in economics mmhm and one of his professors was an Austrian economist called Ludwig von Mises hands if you know anything I mean he's famous right but Austrians were never really accepted into academia in the United States they're little actually was not a full professor he was just sort of an adjunct but anyway my father they they are sort of hard core monetarists and they really got this on money supply hard money you know and it was basically lock guns and body were happening in the nineteen sixties my supply was exploding and eventually that was going to break into inflation and the way to make money off of that was to invest in gold now as you said I really think it's amazing the risky talk at that point in time because gold had always been fixed against the US dollar for the entirety of history's all replied the government mandate yes for almost two hundred years of our history gold have been fed actually said this paradigm is going to break and that's really the philosophy of our firm which is you can't just look at the four corners of the financial market you have to look at technology trends political trends and major economic trends and and several years later so you have a lot of patience that that broke I'm fascinated by the gold trade your father puts how much money into gold apple he's so he had an international equity fund and he went to Cheryl as he said I'm doing has said he is going to be eight eighty plus percent of the fund and buy gold mining shares now you couldn't buy gold so that's he was a little bit to your point before he was forced into right buying the shares no GLT and if you want to buy actual gold you're buying futures and its leverage and this time they have futures then well that's right you were talking seventy S. so different here exactly so three quarters of a billion dollars more or less into gold or this was a no no for that we got the fund was teeny you have a lot of money I mean it was way less than a hundred million okay eighty percent I mean does no one wanted international investments in the nineteen sixties it's kind of like today right right I mean you don't want to even talk about it so he piles into gold in this small formally international equity funds it does nothing for two or three years to clock what require clients saying what are investors saying when you have this in gold and not only is it doing nothing but thanks to inflation it's actually worth less each year well it yet gold was less I think the companies were okay I haven't looked at the performance over that time period but the industry was so small berry right the industry exploded in the late seventies because of money market funds run when the rate you get on banks is regulated so it was a cottage industry and you know what ended up happening though because the performance was so tremendous that fund was the best performing mutual fund in the industry in the seventies and decades that deck under the jacket yet Peter let it be Peter Lynch everything here who yeah exactly buying comments he should've been goal and he you know he will head on Merv Griffin I mean it was it was such a big deal back then it was it was popular culture right I mean interest rates were going into the teens and yeah I remember never resign home watching cricket like please don't embarrass us and so obviously that had helped the company is from the time gold explodes when we no longer on the gold standard is what seventy three seventy four early seventies out there so yeah almost twenty years later you come into the company in nineteen ninety two and the firms up to a billion dollars in assets well it got to two billion yeah and you know right at the peak so right right in nineteen eighty and then Paul Voelker comes and and erase that evaluation and some salons gold went down to you know two hundred dollars an ounce so here's only two thousand here's the really big question post Cold you're there ninety two the firm is now one billion from two billion today it's fifty times the size how did you manage to grow the firm over thirty years fifty S. well first of all I it's not first person singular there were a lot of people it was a team one of whom was my brother who passed away ten years ago but he was part of it but there are a lot of other colleagues as well and it was building up other mutual funds and then really before I was what I call ETF guy in two thousand six wheat for ten years we had a hedge fund business and we had to hedge funds that we rose about four billion dollars and so had some good strategies that for a while quite fascinating coming up we continue our conversation with.

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"john van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"john van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Extra special guest this week is John van Eck he is the CEO and director van Eck associates a firm that manages over fifty six billion dollars in assets the vast majority of which are really interesting ETFs let's talk a little bit about the company that you joined in ninety two and I want to focus on the era in the nineteen seventies where your dad had an extremely pressing in coal into gold in a very inflationary era but more than just being a pundit who said gold going up he made a joint bid on that tell us about it so my father started the Fuhrman fifty five he actually started it later in life and so in the in the sixties he had just got married he was just over fifty years old and he was getting a degree at night at NYU in economics and one of his professors was an Austrian economist called Ludwig von Mises hands if you know anything I mean he's famous right but Austrians were never really accepted into academia in the United States they're little actually was not a full professor he was just sort of an adjunct but anyway my father they they are sort of hard core monetarists and they really got this on money supply for the money you know and it was basically lock guns and butter were happening in the nineteen sixties my supply was exploding and eventually that was going to break into inflation and the way to make money off of that was to invest in gold now as you said I really think it's amazing the risky talk at that point in time because gold had always been fixed against the US dollar for the entirety of history's all her life the government mandate yes for almost two hundred years of our history gold have been fed he said this paradigm is going to break and that's really the philosophy of our firm which is you can't just look at the four corners of the financial market you have to look at technology trends political trends and major economic trends and and several years later so you'd have a lot of patience that that broke I'm fascinated by the gold trade your father puts how much money into gold apple he's so he had an international equity fund and he went to Cheryl is is that I'm doing has said he is going to be eight eighty plus percent of the fund and buy gold mining shares now you couldn't buy gold so that's he was a little bit to your point before he was forced into right buying the shares no G. L. D. and if you want to buy actual gold you're buying futures and its leverage and this time they have a future thing well that's right you were talking seventy S. so different here exactly so three quarters of a billion dollars more or less into gold or this was a no no for that we got the fund was teeny yeah how big was once he I mean it was way less than a hundred million okay eighty percent I mean does no one wanted international investments in the nineteen sixties it's kind of like today right right I mean you don't want to even talk about so he piles into gold in this small formally international equity funds it does nothing for two or three years to clock what our clients saying what are investors saying when you have this in gold and not only is it doing nothing but thanks to inflation it's actually worth less each year well it yet gold was less I think the companies were okay I haven't looked at the performance over that time period but the industry was so small berry right the industry exploded in the late seventies because of money market funds run when the rate you get on banks is regulated so it was a cottage industry and you know what ended up happening though because the performance was so tremendous that fund was the best performing mutual fund in the industry in the seventies and decade that deck under the desk and yep Peter let me be Peter Lynch everything here who yeah exactly buying comments he should've been goal and he you know he will head on Merv Griffin I mean it was it was such a big deal back then it was it was popular culture right I mean interest rates were going into the teens and yeah watching graphic but only please don't embarrass us and so obviously that had helped the company is from the time gold explodes when we no longer on the gold standard is what seventy three seventy four early seventies out there so yeah almost twenty years later you come into the company in nineteen ninety two and the firms up to a billion dollars in assets well it got to two billion yeah and you know right at the peak so right right in nineteen eighty and then Paul Voelker comes and and he rakes that was a valuation and senseless gold went down to you know two hundred dollars an ounce so here's only two thousand here's the really big question post Cold you're there ninety two the firm is now one billion from two billion today it's fifty times the size how did you manage to grow the firm over thirty years fifty S. well first of all I it's not first person singular there were a lot of people it was a team one of whom was my brother who passed away ten years ago but he was part of it but there are a lot of other colleagues as well and it was building up other mutual funds and then really before I was what I call ETF guy in two thousand six wheat for ten years we had a hedge fund business and we had to hedge funds that we rose about four billion dollars and so had some good strategies there for a while quite fascinating coming up we continue our conversation with young VanEck CEO of van Eck associates discussing the state of investment you're listening to masters in business with Barry ritholtz on Bloomberg radio Venus your destination.

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"john van" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"john van" Discussed on KOMO

"Prostitution county sheriff Lieutenant John van Giessen says they're still looking for one more person. The NCIS was involved because most of the customers of the illegal massage parlors were members of the navy. The investigation is continuing learning more about the twenty year old man shot and killed by Renton police after he stabbed a stranger in the arm at a sports bar that stranger watch the surveillance video from inside the bar for the very first time yesterday, KOMO Suzanne fon has the story on. Crummy knows he's lucky to be alive. He came face to face with a stranger holding a large knife, chrome shutters watching the raw surveillance video, okay? Seem. What running in video from cheers sports bar, and grill in Renton shows a man in a hoodie, swing kitchen knife. He was actually swearing a bit and saying, he wants to hurt somebody's gonna hurt somebody, and then I went and picked up the pool stick, and that's me right there. You can see twenty year old mantra Norris pacing back and forth, according to crummy north turned his head and said something strange. Don't make me hurt him or don't make me hurt them into video north lunged at crummy, who's holding a pool stick, and stabs him in the arm a moment later police officer shot and killed Norris. We told you Thursday about the sudden evacuation of Seattle's firehouse. Thirty one after high levels of toxic mold were found inside. Now Seattle fire chief herald, Scoggins has further testing will be done before firefighters can return to the buildings firefighters care. They're passionate about what they do. They're here to serve the community just as much as we're concerned about this. They're also concerned about the fire has been the subject of health concerns for years in two thousand three the city of Seattle. Launched an investigation after twenty five firefighters at the station came down with cancer of got sick with other serious illnesses. Fred hutch is currently doing a study about cancer in the fire department construction is shifting into high gear for Tacoma's new light rail extension. But komo's Keith Eldridge says that also means long days of noise for neighbors definitely disruption on our lives knows level here is off the chart, are you cranky TV all the way up and still can't thing angel McPherson lives on the ground floor apartment on stadium way. They worries about the early morning all day and into the night construction realizing that eventually he'll benefit from having light rail here. It's kind of a give and take thing I guess that is an inconvenience, but it's the positive we've been Harrington isn't neighbor of mcpherson's. I look at what is going to do is going to be good. We just have to deal with it. When the line is completed in mid two thousand twenty two it will extend from the old city hall up the hill to the stadium district and then curve to run. The hospitals through the hilltop district ending Saint Joseph medical center ridge. Komo new high levels of e-coli have forced the closure of idol would beach through the weekend. Visuals say waterfowl in the area are usually to blame for such elevated readings. Crews will be back again Friday and Monday to retest the water beach reopen once e coli levels returned to a safe range. Washington is ranked number one for the hardest and most expensive testing to get your driver's license. Komo's sue Romero has more. What law firm Siegfried and Jensen say they looked at the written tests, and required road skills in every state and Washington's were the most rigorous the firm's, Jeremy Hendrix, says, for example, drivers here are tested on how well they can back around a curve, or park on a hill maneuvers, one kind of checkup on driver behaviour vehicle control had different things. And Hendrix says, while some states charges littlest five dollars for license in Washington. It'll cost you eighty five plus any retake fees. If you fail the first time the idea, is it the bars a little bit higher than theoretically. You should have better drivers on the road, at the end of the day, theoretically. See Romero KOMO news ten past the hour at komonews now an update from the Harley exteriors KOMO sports desk. The Mariners opened a four game series with a worst team in baseball the Orioles last night. Ends win at five to Baltimore has lost nine straight to huskies roping to hear their names called last night of the NBA draft. The Pac twelve defensive player of the year national defense. Player of the year. Matisse Thiab all heard his name. I he was picked by the Celtics and the first round number twenty then traded to the Sixers for picks twenty four and thirty three Jalen knoll was predicted to be a late second round pick. And that's exactly what happened. Knoll was taken in round two forty third overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves to nothing win yesterday for team USA over Sweden at the World Cup the USA now faces Spain in the World Cup round of sixteen..

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First sentence handed down in college admissions scandal

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

First sentence handed down in college admissions scandal

"Former Stanford sailing coach will serve no jail time in prison. In connection with the college admission scandal, Brynn Gingras, reports, John van damore is the first of fifty defendants to be sentenced John van, damore apologized to the university, his former student athletes, and it's family just before the judge handed down a sentence of two years supervised release and ten thousand dollar fine. And prosecutors had recommended he spent thirteen months in prison after he pleaded guilty to one conspiracy charge admitting that he took bribes to get to students into Stanford sailing recruits, neither student actually attend the school and banned damore never pocketed the money exchanged, instead, he put it toward the sailing program bridging grass New

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Former Stanford Sailing Coach Sentenced in College Entrance Scam

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Former Stanford Sailing Coach Sentenced in College Entrance Scam

"Former Stanford ceiling coach John van damore was sentenced to one day in prison, which he already served for his role in the college admission cheating scandal the first to be sentenced in this game fan damore admitted to helping students get into Stanford as recruited athletes in exchange for money for a sailing program to responsibility for my actions, and I'm accepting the consequences of those actions. I learn much for my mistake, and it will take us forward in my life. He was also given a ten thousand dollar fine.

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Ex-college coach avoids prison time in admissions scandal

All Things Considered

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Ex-college coach avoids prison time in admissions scandal

"Brown. The first person sentenced, and the college admission scandal will not be going to prison from member station. W. G. B H. Mary, Blake reports. John van damore was sentenced to one day in prison deemed time served he also has been ordered to pay a ten thousand dollar fine and served two years of supervised release the nationally recognized coach admitted that he agreed to fossil designate Stanford applicants as recruits to a sailing team in exchange for some six hundred thousand dollars in payments funnel through a phony

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"john van" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john van" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Instead, John van damore, just sentenced to two years of supervised release, including six months of home confinement. With electronic monitoring prosecutors said called for thirteen months behind bars. They argued that probation would simply be a slap on the wrist. And at this sentence should be one to send a message. Meanwhile, the defense attorneys had argued that probation would be adequate for this particular defended Vandam, or they said was unlike other coaches in that he didn't pocket all of the money. In this case, they argued went to that sailing program there at Stanford University says Molly line at federal court in Boston van, or apologizing to friends family and the sailing team during sentencing saying he made a terrible mistake, and will never again, lose sight of his values. Poland is spending, billions on American fighter jets, part of a military agreement. Announced today at the White House. We're FOX's John decker is live during a joint press conference with his polish counterpart, President Trump announcing that he will send one thousand more US servicemembers to Poland and the polish government will pay for the infrastructure to support the additional troops. The polish government will build these projects at no cost to the United States. Supposed government will pay for this leaders have lobbied for additional forces for months and had hoped for a permanent US base. They said could be called for Trump. Lisa. Meantime, John, the president also expressing hope again for a trade deal with China. We're doing very well. And I, I have a feeling that we're going to make a deal with China because I really don't believe that China wants to continue the problem that they really caused themselves because we had a deal done. The US has accused China of backing down from planned concessions back to back losses. On Wall.

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"john van" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"john van" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Instead, John van damore, just sentenced to two years of supervised release including six months of home confinement with electronic monitoring prosecutor said called for thirteen months behind bars. They argued that probation would simply be a slap on the wrist and that this sentence should be one to send a message. Meanwhile, the defense attorneys had argued that probation would be adequate for this particular defended Vandam, or they said was unlike other coaches in that he didn't pocketed dive all of the money in this case, they argued went to that sailing program there at Stanford University says Molly line at federal court in Boston, Vandam or apologizing to friends, family and the sailor. Team during sentencing saying he made a terrible mistake. And will never again lose sight of his values. Poland is spending, billions on American fighter jets, part of a military agreement announced today at the White House where FOX's John decker is live during a joint press conference with his polish counterpart, President Trump announced that he will send one thousand more US servicemembers to Poland and the polish government will pay for the infrastructure to support the additional troops. The polish government will build these projects at no cost to the United States. Supposed government will pay for the whole is leaders have lobbied for additional forces for months and had hoped for a permanent US base. They said could be called for Trump. Lisa. Meantime, John, the president also expressing hope again for a trade deal with China, but we're doing very well. And I think I have a feeling that we're going to make a deal with China because I really don't believe that China wants to continue the problem that they really cause themselves because we had a deal done. The US has accused China of backing down from planned concessions back to back losses. On Wall Street, the gal down.

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Ex-Stanford sailing coach faces sentencing in U.S. college scandal

KDWN Programming

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Ex-Stanford sailing coach faces sentencing in U.S. college scandal

"Federal prosecutors asked plan to ask a judge today for more than a year in prison for a former Stanford sailing coach who admitted to accepting bribes in the college admissions cheating scandal. John van damore will be the first person sentenced in the case. That's in snared athletic coaches at elite universities across the country as well as prominent parents, including business executives in Hollywood stars among those charged actresses, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Laughlin as well as Laughlin fashion designer husband moss. Mo Jia newly prosecutors want the thirteen month saying the sentence is needed to help send a message and restore confidence in a college admission system that many believe is rigged to

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"john van" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john van" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Border the raptors and Sixers in game seven series, the winner advances to the Eastern Conference finals to take on Milwaukee sharks have jumped down to a one zero series lead in the NHL Western Conference finals after a six three win over the blues team. Oh Meyer, a difference maker for San Jose. Two goals and an assist. Other big big defensemen that you know, a strong. So it's important for us to, you know, get into the four check make the life hard on them. Logan, also had two goals and an assist in Martin Jones had twenty eight saves nationally scoreboard Braves camp out of D Bank. Six four the NAT stop the dodgers five to thanks to Harare Parvez eighth. Inning grand slam down the Rockies four three. Reg over the giants. Five four pirates to cardinals one Mets down the Marlins four one on the cubs. Split split slipped past the Prueher's two to one in fifteen Wilson controllers ended with his tenth run in a league affiliates point the Royal seven nothing is as effluent went the distance on a four hitter. American League Astros pounded the Rangers eleven four days walked off against the Indians for the second straight game. Three two two. Ramon Laureano ended it with a bloop. Single the race cooled off the Yankees. Seven two. Angels knocked off the Orioles seven to two homers for our holes Red Sox. Mariners nine five White Sox by the Blue Jays. Seven two Tigers in twins split. A double dip Detroit. A five three win in game. One Minnesota and eight three victory in game two and third-round play at the Byron Nelson suspended that every as the lead in eighteen hundred park, he six hundred through nine holes and lead sunk hang by one stroke. I'm John van conference finals and hockey conference finals and hubs for doing it all tomorrow night.

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"john van" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"john van" Discussed on KCRW

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Psychologists know a lot about what pushes kids to become violent. Sometimes it starts when they're young and they've been victims of abuse, or aggression. And that was the case for a young man named Michika. We're not gonna use his full name to protect his privacy. Michigan's years of being attacked in school eventually led to a making threats on social media. But the intervention that turned him around could offer hope for other troubled kids, NPR's Chatterjee reports eight years ago psychologists John van drill got a phone call from Oregon's north Salem high school. It was an assistant principal telling him that a student had written an angry violent Facebook post. There were a number of statements about hitting people with pipes breaking knees. Bashing heads with pipes looking for help in doing so. And then there was this north Salem high school seriously. It's ass. Asking for shooting or something then drills job is to keep school safe. He directs the safety and risk management program for Salem Kaiser public schools, he says he knew of this kid Michigan who is known to be pretty aggressive and combative. There was enough history here to suggest that if we didn't intervene very quickly that we would have a pretty bad situation. Our hands at north high by the time Vendrell arrived at the school that day police officers had already pulled a seventeen year old out of class in handcuffs surrounded by police. I got searched several times and the asked me Scott, lots of questions. The Lisa start asking me questions like pace of what's going on. What's happening? They asked me like was actually intending to do something and not just blowing off steam Michika was angry really angry. That's because he says two of his friends had been jumped by some jocks. My Buddy's got beat up quite literally they got beat up my. But he's got suspended for that. He thought this was unfair. He says his friends didn't start the fight. And in his Facebook post. He was trying to avenge them Vendrell knew that to calm down. He had to see the world through his eyes. He's the one justifying violence, and I have to get behind that. And see why he learned that Michika struggled started way back in middle school. One day Michika says a kit tried to pick a fight as those turning around saying, dude, I don't wanna fight. He takes a swing and hits me directly in my. I were everything just went black for a moment. Like, and I got mad and turn into a physical fight. I was probably the first time. I actually punched a person. He's right. I was severely damaged. He says the next two years he was in and out of surgery. I started failing majority of my classes, I wasn't able to follow along. I was literally had just stand up like a foot away from the what's on the board. Everything was. Just a haze layer anything eventually he says he lost all sight in that eye and the attacks on him. They continued in seventh grade Michika says a group of boys jumped him he says he told the school which students did it and they were suspended. What when they came back. They got even more of their buddies in on the way home. I literally just got bluntly attacked and just out was literally just laying there in the dirt in the mud, and I was getting kicked like, I was a soccer ball. He says he ended up with an abdominal injury and more surgery. That is actually the point where I was like down with everything and everyone on my none of you could protect me. So I don't care about what you guys see. I don't care about your rules. Whether you're wearing police uniform military, whether you're the president of the God himself in best frie- became like. A loose cannon Michika spent his high school years getting in one fight after another. He saw himself as a victim who is gonna pay some people back. So that this injustice didn't continue. And that's that righteous indignation that can drive these kinds of assaults then came senior. And that Facebook post north Salem high school seriously. Sounded like a serious threat but van drill and his team realized that Michigan had no intentions of shooting anyone. And so he was not charged with a crime still. He was angry and volatile Vendrell. Listen to Michiko when he explained why teachers were reaching out kids who needed the help. There weren't the connections. There was the pecking order and the injustice they decided to give me another chance and moved into a smaller school Roberts high where teachers gave him the attention and help he wanted and where he found his first real mentor Stanley Roberts a behavioral analyst at the school. Robert says he remembers me screen those early days, I kid shy and hiding didn't say much you just walk through the hall with his head down. Didn't wanna be noticed may be hurting. And it's like, well, let's talk Robertson bite at him to stop by his office anytime. And Michigan did at first he was hesitant started out a young boy a young man trying to prove himself. And I think he was just more of a, you know, where do I fit in always having to fight and just being angry at, you know, at the world's not fair, and I just listened then after while Robert started pushing back did I want to be that guy who's angry and fighting all the time is this what you want. No. Or what do you want can't just walk away from it? I'm like, but as you get older, you can you don't have to stay in that Roberts helped me Scott. Find other ways to solve his problems. It was like having his own personal coach somebody should be there for like if I do need to term like, hey, what do I do? Now knowing that there is going to be somebody there saying, hey, this what you do. Now me ska graduated from high school on time today. He's twenty five and has a fulltime job working first occurred. Femme? He's far from the angry kid. He used to be John Vendrell has used this approach for more than a thousand actress kids, he says, this is how you move kids away from violence through safe environments connections role models moving kids from despair to hope that's the bumper sticker for what we do is that all it takes. It sounds like almost too simplistic to be true. Well, it is not it really works after last year school shooting in pocking, Florida, congress designated money to set up more programs like this in schools around the country Rita Chatterjee, NPR news. This is NPR news, and this is morning edition on Casey audible, you ahead on morning edition, a comprehensive report alleges that church leaders within the southern Baptist convention sexually abused hundreds of victims over the last twenty years. It breaks my heart to know that there are women who have destroyed other men and women and children in God's name and cons house. Just ahead. One victim story that's coming up on morning edition here on KCRW. Good morning. I'm Jason deadly coming up on morning becomes eclectic. You a bunch of great new music the band, maps, return, new single from wise blood de La Bomba, Nick Waterhouse and a couple great giveaways. First tickets to see father, John misty, and Jason is bell live at the Santa Barbara bowl. And another one tickets to see Peter Murphy of bowel house live at the Novo in downtown LA morning becomes eclectic starts at nine on KCRW. News headlines are next..

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"john van" Discussed on American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"john van" Discussed on American Heroes Network

"Welcome back here where I guess John van with racing for vets John why don't you let our listeners. So what items you do need for your racing end of it? Anyway. Okay. So, you know, one of the biggest things for this current project will work on a sixty six Mustang. They can go to our Facebook page and follow the build is currently on a retiree. And you know, we're waiting for power plant in rear, end and and drive train. So you know in the fifty eighth and this is a full race car. So we're putting a cage in it getting on four plans completely, you know painted. And so if if any of your listeners, you know, want support any way they can go to our Facebook page, they can go to our website. They can contact with us. They emails directly. You can put the word out. You know, we're in need of, you know, this is this is the gold star car and something, you know, something, you know, that represents, you know, our veterans and the gold star families properly, you know, a nice crate engine would be perfect a nice. Nine inch. We ran it would be great. And, you know, a transmission to go with it would be amazing, but whatever anybody can help support with would be amazing. But this is something that our veterans have the working out for over five six months now. And and it's almost ready for to get that power plant and the transmission in the rear end in anything that that anybody can, you know, lend support, you know, wheels break in Iraq and pinion suffering anything that they can land, you know, feet. You know that a system anything that would be a great support. And with the highly highly appreciated by now myself, but are veteran would greatly. Appreciate the sport. Because anything that isn't used in this current project to be used for the gold star. I mean, not the gold stuff purple heart car next year. Can't be Janet on right now. John why don't you give us a quick? Quick went on this one. Where veterans disabled veteran wants to come on board. What does he have to have in order to get ready to see you or d- organization? So the the first thing that we want a veteran to do is you have to reach out you have to gain contact with either Facebook or Email our information is on our website on our Facebook reach on this message of if you're active duty, if you're reserved you're good to go gain contact with because you're going to need help transitioning..

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"john van" Discussed on American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"john van" Discussed on American Heroes Network

"Welcome back here where I guess John van with racing for vets and balance. Well, John, you know, we heard about community, and you guys seem to be doing a great job there. But give on listening audience again, as I guess from you, particularly how do you prefer seeing the veterans that come into work with you to be portrayed in the community, as they you know, start to rebuild maybe continue their lives. What's what's the best? But trail that you like to see them the being observed as in the community. You know, there's are. That's a great question. And I would say there is a thing that that motor sports and racing in the automotive community. You know, it's competition. It's winning you're out there competing and there. There's a thing when when when I reflect on fellow that always look like I want us to be protrayed as winners at leader. Go getters as people that love our country and love our communities and a lot of times. That's not the way we're portrayed. You know? Unfortunately in the nonprofit sector, you know, fundraising is a major major priority. And they don't portray veterans, you know, as somebody that is a leader. Whereas go getter. They you know, they try to portray us. This is coming from experience as a veteran myself injure veteran as being other injured veterans us Fasching as a fundraising tool. They they'll they'll take the pitchers. And will you out and and portrayed veterans as the most injured most, you know, helpless person in the world, the raise funds, and as a as a veteran myself, and as some somebody that has experience that and seeing other veterans portray like that, you know, that's a fence it to me. And so we always like to say, you know, in our programs. We always had like the -bility not the disability because you don't catch the person you you're a lot of programs just focusing on the injuries and using as a fundraising tool. We're like this is not beneficial. Not only the veteran community. I if not beneficial to any at all because they're creating a stigma of this is what veteran is, you know, and when you have these huge marketing campaigns that are, you know, completely focused on getting as much, you know, donate hours for sympathy hours. They can you know, it's creating a stigma about our community and a lot of the business world. They have the stigma about PTSD and problems associated with it or they don't realize that you know, these veterans with PTSD there. Go getters their winners leaders. You know, they're they're they're easy fourth colonels. They're, you know, they mass our majors, you know, just because they have the stigma PTSD, you know, we should focus on you know, like what what their spirit was in the military. But their position was you know, it's a shame. When you see, you know. Major portrayed in certain way. And and you know, his ten ten seconds of fame. Whatever organization he's with or whatever pitcher he's captured with is focusing on his disability and service, not his outstanding leadership. Now, his ability capabilities, and that's one of the things that how we are raising for vets we focus on doing differently. We understand that, you know, marketing wise, it may not be you know, that that's the but other veteran and as a somebody that cares about the community. You know, that's that's our main focus we understand that you know, it may not be the dust fund raising tactic in in in may not be the best businesses Asian, but the best decision for the veteran in our community is their portrayal of who we are leaders and capable people that just wanna be back involved in our community at a at a respectable position. And when we come back into the community. And we communicate that we do have these, you know, these push stress or traumatic brain injury or abbey tea, or you know, other things that are getting treated we don't want..

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"john van" Discussed on American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"john van" Discussed on American Heroes Network

"John van with racing for vets and Bill. Gary, and John also, you know, sometimes I have this to make the statement of the actually it's a question rhetorically, what is the cost of war in terms of human capital? And I guess in John's case with the veterans that he's working with that. He probably often come in contact with veterans like himself who recovering from post traumatic stress for Matic brain injury. John gibson. I d- are listening audience. Some of these individuals who are recovering after serving our country. But again trying to reintegrate back in home and community and continue their lives. Well, you know, when I would say the the the key element missing win. These veterans are coming back and they're in therapy. They're getting their treatment is being involved in the community. We we have to find ways and opportunities to get the veterans involved in the community directly. Then with businesses groups, you know, rotaries, you know, any type of networking opportunities. Because you know, we can have the best remai- and best, you know, Medicare in the world. But if if not translating to that their lifestyle the way, they're living there, there are two days for work and education and opportunities for community. You know, all all the resources of getting veteran..

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"john van" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"john van" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"It's a very, very risky position for him to stand up and make a bowl play like that to use his idol that he found in a really effective way. I do give more credit to vendor there, but I do think like on both of them, I think it was a big move to them and I do. Both think it was the right move for both of them. Now, do you think again, forgetting to Tom about the tribal council, do you think he will embrace that move? Sort of like what we're we were talking about before, or do you think he sort of is again going to play up to his core values? Knowing Tom, I totally expect for him to put his foot in his mouth, but who knows? We might see an Australian survivor 2016 level of complete transformation and personality in the fight on tribal council were Tom comes out of the gate saying, like I made a lot more moves than you all thought I did. Let's remember as well even pass the past couple rounds. He was one of the pivotal people who flipped at the merge essentially dictated the next like four or five votes. So we talked about this controlled the whole game is that the merger, I feel like, you know, Verner was obviously in the number one power position a looking back on it. Tom might have been in position number two, maybe could take it in there as well up to the past couple of votes, but it's very surprising, but there is. There's some grounds believe there, especially with this move to the point you made earlier. It is interesting to me that when Verner went to the jury, he said that he thought that Annelies was the one who made the move. Now we do have one more person come into the jury. Maybe they might reflect a different story, but I wonder if how this move played on the jury, that's going to impact how the final votes go down to. Yeah, I mean, just looking at the three and you didn't know what had happened, wouldn't you think Annelies. Awesome. The move just knowing we do about each of these people will also you assume that like analysts dead in the water. That's why Verner essentially says, look, there's no use talking game play with their, let's make personal connections with her. So you'd think that he would assume like, oh, he was. She was the one to get the two boats. I mean, I just think he probably wouldn't. His first assumption would not be ozone, and Tom were plotting against me. That's also the fact that he was trying to architecture this to one one vote as well. He probably gives Emily's more credit. I will say, I love Annelies. I will say John and Tom might have bigger episode for Sean and Tom over analysts going into this finale episode. Yeah, I think so too, but I'm not sure that that's how the jury will look at it. We did actually get a question from Dave back offing this, who will the jury credit with alpha, and will it be the big move that gives the person the win for me. I do think that it's not clear enough to be a game winning move. I think that it's the kind of thing that will affirm whatever the jury believes that if you are on t. Manolete you'll be like, how amazing is it that she is a huge jury threat didn't go home at full when it seemed like she was dead in the water. You credit her. If you're a big John van, then you then you can credit her and say, she convinced home. If you're a big Tom found, I don't know who that person is, but if you are then, yeah, fine. Fair enough. If you're less than you say, okay, well, he turned around and made the move when Verna believed that he was the one who would stay loyal to him..

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"john van" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"john van" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"It's really clean smelling. It's not like floral fragrance, whatever, but then the last step. So there's four total, but I don't use the last one because it's for waves and curls is you're pretty straight. Straight kind of shapeless. So this is. So you would really like this missed? I think this is the six and one Devi miss and I believe our daily vitamin. It's fight frizzes defense heat at shine refreshes detangle. You protected moisturizes and as liquid by attend to add strength health and length. But I love it. What I do is I, you can you can either blow dry or air dry with this because it helps protect your, you know, he really would be really good. Yeah, but I love this. I just spray it on with my hair wet and it dries, which is a little month because I swear I've lived my whole life with no hair. Here for the past few months with this product with this product and with some tips from John van Ness, I, I think you sold me with my hair on top of my head and pineapple, and that has really changed the game for me. You supposed to do that. Well, Jonathan said, you should listen to that. I'm gonna listen. Said that when we sleep at night, it's our body heat up against her hair. So sensually we are putting a hairdryer up against our herald night. That's ninety eight point six degrees. So if you put it on top of your head in a loose pineapple, like this was Frenchie and it was you have in here, pulls it off your head. And then he also shows us so pillowcases because again, it doesn't have as much he as the cotton pillows, which I said pillowcases silk, but the option, they work for both people and I guess bamboo as well. We'll work so I don't know. It's completely changed my hair. Yeah. A few few Musco you'll be like, I'm not trusting that Bishop hair care. Terrible hair. But anyway, I have have the Devon who owns us me LA based female owned in the vegan grocery brand. I'm gonna ever sent you some try it. You might think thank you know but hair story, hey, higher store. I know y'all listen to sent to 'cause they have all kinds of stuff. Okay, great. So you could try their styling products as well, and these are just there's a million out there. Everybody tweeted Alson if you have my for the hair. Okay, please. They have one called dressed up. I believe dressed up is the bomb that's supposed to be good for heat styling and it's thirty six bucks. So it's a good price for you to feel good about it. The money. Honeys got a scoop for you. Baby. We're here to talk about sun basket is not a cute name. Doesn't that a vote such feeling for you? For me, it's going out into a picnic field, beautiful sun shining on you and you open up your little sun basket and what's inside it..

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"john van" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"john van" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Them off you know needs a little bit of liquid on their norman fell is great he's barely in this movie but every time he's on screen he's fantastic there was saying in the film way i think it's really quite a crucial conversation john van and as the president of the bank comes to try cruises to speak to the manager of the bank you know we've actually get that same few minutes down the track buddy ends up speaking to women fell who's the day i who's doing the investigation mr garfinkel such a great obstacle and we get john van with this passive aggressiveness and his casual racism i think kohl's him with a a bagel muncher will something like that light or on the phone but we get this era of tension missed of finkel it's finco yes why can't come into my own bank and just the dynamic between the two of them we know so much we've been speaking so much about the dynamic between andy robinson and walter matthau and rightly so but you get another couple of really gripe pays of conversations that one between joan van and norman fell an in lighter on with john van en would dry frey and a just like defect in the script they've worked up these great combs i it could be old bay too easy to just sort of like the laid characters but they've given these character actors these crucial seines norman fell john van and just play off each other so well the the passive aggressiveness on venice pot and the standing is grand i've got a little bit of power but i really don't need this shit so had to of women fell a distinct magnificent job in that same.

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Nassau County, New York and Jessica Schneider discussed on Curtis & Eboni

Curtis & Eboni

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Nassau County, New York and Jessica Schneider discussed on Curtis & Eboni

"Sixty three i'm cloudy in new york i'm jerry the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven wabc prosecutors could wrap up their corruption case against former nassau county executive ed men gano and former oyster bay supervisor john van ditto today closing arguments will follow in the federal trial now in its tenth week as rarely soldiers killing more than fifty palestinian protesters in gaza today dampening the otherwise festive debut of the us embassy in jerusalem c n n's ian lee reports earlier in the day we heard heavy automatic gunfire just north of our position and then just south of our position we heard what sounded like heavy artillery and then in the north we saw at least two airstrikes with israeli military saying they're going after five hamas positions the supreme court has struck down a federal law that bars sports gambling cnn's jessica schneider reports that there's been a lawsuit in the works for several years in particular has been trying to legalize sports gutting ever since twenty eleven but with gotten in the way is a federal statute fear that actually prohibited states from legalizing or authorizing or regulating sports betting man who is ordered by a judge to stop displaying an american flag outside his window is refusing to do so according to the new york post eddie desmond says he's now flying the flag upside down in protest of the ruling he says he'll fly at that way until a building official tells him to take it down here's christy o'brien with right now traffic from the.

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"john van" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"john van" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"Hey there everybody this is john van and welcome to the latest taken our series that focuses on the quality of discourse where what we try to get out as the question of how we're doing a talking with each other or not and frankly it's the not that is making this interesting these times that we're living in when people hold views that are so polarized that they don't even want to look at each other much less here with each other has to say and of course that's what intelligence squared us is all about by setting up a framework known as well oxford style debate with its own rules and an obligation of civility and the requirement that are debaters work to prove that their right not just assert their ideas but actually making argument for them we do see opposing viewpoint and the people who hold them actually talking to each other and interacting and maybe even learning from each other across some fairly complex and contentious issues while today i'm going to be talking to an author and thinker who has given a lot of attention to the question of how all of us can try to think clearly on these hard issues sort of had a debate with yourself on the way to figuring out what position you want to take on issues like immigration or poverty or affirmative action before we get to that though i wanted to tell you about september 13th that is the stark date for our fall season i will be hosting that debate in new york city but we will be live streaming in case you can't get there it tonight it's going to be headlined by a conversation.

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"john van" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"john van" Discussed on TechStuff

"So getting back into warming weather models there's meteorologist think lewis fry richardson who was influenced by bjoeck s and he did his best to tackle the problem of numerical weather forecasting but he stated that the sheer amount of computation was impractical for the time this would be in the early twentieth century first couple of decades of 1900s he did say quote perhaps some day in the dim future it will be possible to advance the computations faster than the weather advances but that is a dream end quote so he's saying by the time i able to work out the math whatever the weather was gonna be has already happened i'm predicting what happened hours ago and that was a real problem was just that again you had these very complex equations with lots of points of data and lots of variables that you had to solve for and by the time you would be done with all the calculations the time had passed so he was saying there is a need for some sort of engine that can do computations faster than what humans can do so the math was just too complex to complete without the use of that computational engine one person determined to help design such an engine was john van noy men who is a mathematician who made numerous contributions to the sciences and he realized that some of the more advanced problems in hydrodynamics and weather forecasting would benefit from a powerful automatic computational machine he worked on a project at princeton at the institute for advanced studies and it would become known as the electron computer project.

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