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"josias" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | Last week

"josias" Discussed on WGN Radio

"50% chance for rain there on Sunday With that chance for rain actually rain likely into Monday. I'm WG and meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. A day after 15 people were shot in the Gresham neighborhood attending a funeral, President Trump announced the federal government will set hundreds of federal agents to help local law enforcement fight crime in Chicago. Perhaps no citizens have suffered more from the menace of violent crime. And the wonderful people of Chicago City. I know very well. Trump's announcement comes as part of the federal government Operation Legend name for a four year old shot and killed in Kansas City A few weeks ago. John Laos, U. S attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, will oversee the operation. In a statement, he says federal resource is will assist his office and federal, state and local law enforcement partners to increase prosecutions. Of trigger pullers, drug traffickers, carjackers and those who illegally traffic use and possess firearms. ST. Sabina Church is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved in the mass shooting outside the funeral home in Gresham on Tuesday, Chicago police Superintendent David Brown secret he has recovered over 5000 Gun so far this year. And made over 3500 Gonna rest. I am directing CPD officers to redouble Our efforts. One person of interest being question has been released. No. One's in custody in the past 24 hours. Illinois is saying the highest number of Corona virus cases in July, Illinois public health director Doctor and Josias Ikea announced the latest numbers. Today We are reporting 1598.

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Redux: May-December Romances

Dear Sugars

08:57 min | 3 months ago

Redux: May-December Romances

"I think this one's going to be a little controversy hall. You think so. Well we're talking about age differences in relationships. Indeed and I think people get very worked up about well. What constitutes something that needs to even be discussed rooms of an age difference right and people of course read into those age differences all kinds of things psychological things like. Do you have daddy issues if you are attracted to older men or in a relationship with an older man or the reverse if you if you find yourself dating or married to somebody who's much younger. I think it pushes a lot of buttons because people feel defensive about their relationships or their own life choices and I think the May December relationship. That's the Little Dumb Cultural Tag. We put on these. It's an older man. Powerful successful data whose magnetic and a younger woman who sort of taken under his wing. We have a whole narrative. That's already sort of in the cultures neural pathways. And then we have the backlash to that. That sense of wait a second here. There's already a disparity of power and this sort of just codifies as you said this idea of well. Did you really WANNA partner? Are you looking for a dad or a trophy wife of sex as a young sex kitten? We my husband Brian. I'm pretty sure that's what he was looking for. Me He is. He's such a sex kitten. I totally see that. He's seven and a half years older than me but you know I met him when I was twenty seven and he was thirty four and I remember at that time I had just reached the age where dating a man who was seven years older than me was not that big of a deal. You know I think one thing to remember when we're talking about age differences. It's there's a difference between being twenty and dating twenty-seven-year-old and being twenty-seven dating a thirty four year old you know that I had reached a point of emotional maturity. There was really frankly on par with Brian. And this isn't any criticism Brian. But I think that a lot of men maybe take a little longer to emotionally maturity to reach that point where they're ready to be in a committed relationship again not. This is not true categorically but I felt like we both met at the right moment in our lives and those seven years between us. It's never come up the only way it's ever come up every once in a while. He'll remember a song that was popular when he was. You know the you know his youngest memory of like the hit songs and and I'll say oh no. I don't know that song. He remembers certain big events in the news. And so but those are things that don't really impact our relationship right. What's the age difference between you an errand she will constantly say? We're eight years apart and I'll say no we're seven and a half argue about months and weeks my feeling when we first met I was thirty four and she was twenty six or seven but I did have a kind of reverse anxiety which is I. Don't WanNa be with somebody where I have too much of the power in the relationship. I do WANNA partner. I and I worried actively in continue to worry that I deprived her of a certain kind of in her case because she's a writer literary apprenticeship that she needed to go through and that I had the opportunity to go through and instead you know we started a family justice. She was finishing up her graduate program and moving into those years that she would have been able to the fully devoted to her work. It wasn't huge different life phases. But she by marrying me at the age that she did. She did miss out. Yeah that's interesting. I'm Brian and I got married when I was thirty. I don't feel like I missed out on anything. In that regard you know I feel like we both had the opportunity to do a whole bunch of things before we came together. You know I think that sometimes you know what we're GonNa talk about today. Are these age gaps. The are more significant. And we're going to consider it to not just in heterosexual relationships. I think you're wise and pointing out this dynamic. That is about the older man who desires the younger woman for sometimes reasons. That certainly is a feminist kind of question but one of the letters. We're going to talk about. Today is a lesbian couple. So this isn't going to just be conversation and old fashioned conversation about what we think about when we think about may December Romances that. So should we get to the first lobster dear sugar? I'm a twenty five year. Old Single woman nearly done with graduate school the search for a single man within my age range but I often find myself attracted to men in their late thirties to early forties. I don't intend for this to happen. I met a man at a bookstore recently and we went on a lovely date when we realize the age gap was more than twelve years we mutually decided not to pursue a relationship and remained friends. This pattern has repeated itself with different men and yet I find when I tried to date men my own age. They're unavailable either. They have partners or they can't keep up with me in terms of emotional maturity. Would it be a waste of my youth to experiment with older men? I'm an independent woman with financial stability. Who still discovering her voice in many ways. I'm scared. The dating an older man would interfere with this process of self discovery because they've already found their voice or at least or more settled in a version of who they are. I'm concerned about what effects. Power dynamic will have on me another fear I have about dating. Older man is if it worked out. I'd have to face the possibility of living the last twenty years of my life alone. I'm not looking for someone to parent or financially support me. I'm looking for a partner. Am I making a mistake? By not exploring. The May December relationship signed may December curious sort of hits on some of those things you were concerned about when you first met Aaron This idea that you know getting a relationship with an old around somebody who's further down the path in terms of emotional maturity and life experiences. You know that she'd be missing out on something that you become a kind of adjunct an adjunct partner in the relationship. I mean you know we talk about age but it's really in relationships it's power is what she's talking about the power to create your own identity and to be recognized fully for that versus sort of you know cooking your your your wagon to somebody else's route and I thought about a couple of pieces of literature as I was reading. Weirdly enough our oldest daughter Josias now finished reading little women and it's such a fascinating story. Joe Is the writer in the family and she has an appropriate partner. The neighbor Laurie her age and is in love with her and she still decides Joe Decides that she doesn't Love Lori and who she winds up with is professor beer and professor. Bayer is if you remember from the film with known rider is beautiful. Gabriel Byrne but actually in the book Cheryl. He's not attractive. He's twice her age. He's forty years old and he doesn't have money and he's a German immigrant. There are a lot of things in the traditional narrative that say. Don't head for this guy. But what does he have in little women? He knows that she's a writer and he knows that he wants to help her find her voice so in a certain way he's exactly what she needs and the ages be damned now on the other side of that and I think really may December curious. What you said is that I I. I need to find my voice. Whatever man is is is on board with that program and recognizes that. That's part of his job and the relationship is to help you find your voice looking at. The demographic chart doesn't matter whether they're fifty were twenty-five those are the words that you need to hear that. I get that you are figuring out who you are and I want to help. Foster that yeah. Yeah and that's the advice. I have to give made us ever curious as rooted in that exactly that you can't make decisions about people when you're thinking them about them as categories rather than individuals and so the first thing I would say to you may December curious is. I think that you should date people you like. I think you should date people who you find interesting and attractive and compelling no matter what their ages. I mean obviously within legal limits. But you know if you're meeting guy who's twelve years older than you or ten years older than you Sounds like that's sort of age to you're finding. I think that's perfectly fine now. There are all kinds of people who are twelve years older than you right. And some of them are really settled in their lives. And they've had all of these experiences and They're not very generous. And they're gonNA resent you for going and having all of your experiences and some of those people are going to be actually still finding themselves finding their own voices. Okay and so you don't know this yet until you actually are asking questions about that specific

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"josias" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"josias" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Coming here with a full account of route thirty five forty we went to the Newman is Josias gotten rake one Williams made the stop but this is interesting see what weight does it looks like they are going to team on what would've been a fourth and two but it looks like they were thinking about you know they were there at the at the fifty yard line they've had success with our offense so far so you could see the Dave Clawson was thinking about and then finally said look right now ten seven let's not put ourselves in a hole let's get the ball down kick off and see we get Michigan state in the whole clock winding down here in the first quarter down she on the point for wake forest gets it away high end over end Brandon sours at the eleven yard line with just two seconds remaining in the first quarter thirty nine your point and no return the ninety ninth in the career of Tom as you know that he is and the opposition back inside the twenty yard line if you go back to the top block in it it's a tough call to make a lot of people think well the rules now you can't for a low on a guy you can especially within the line of scrimmage at three yards of lines were so the bats are often taught when they're blocking try to pick up the blitz throw low on the guy the problem is if somebody else is standing him up that's when the officials are going to call our first down for the eleven for Michigan state they've got trips will be the last play of the first quarter no back to the eleven yard line and that's it on the tackle so that'll do it for the first quarter Michigan state is got.

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"josias" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"josias" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Carlos Ramirez. Rosa says, immigrants need to be aware of their rights in the event agents visit then comes knocking on their door that they do not open the door because I normally does not show up, what they warrant signed by judge, and it's our constitutional right to not open our door and allow the police come in unless they have a warrant several Hispanic alderman, met today with mayor Lori Lightfoot to call on police to not cooperate with federal agents. There's no comment from the mayor's office today. Signed three bills into law that he says it will be a firewall protecting yellow immigrant communities against attacks from the Trump administration, one of the bills governor Pritzker signed on the USC campus will make Illinois map grants and other student aid available. Undocumented and transgender students another bands private immigration detention centers, and state Representative Selena Villanueva detail the other, what we are doing here today with HP sixteen thirty seven known as the keeping immigrant families together act is prohibiting local law enforcement and police from being deputises ice agents. We are building trust in local enforcement force home, local law enforcement has resisted following that law, but governor Pritzker pointedly said they should. Well, there are consequences to not following the laws, you know. News Radio one zero five point nine FM university park, mayor Joseph Rodez has declared a state of emergency a week after elevated levels of lead in the communities drinking water prompted a warning to about fifteen homes in the area, the mayor of the community, I have to advocate for them. When I will continue to fight and lead the efforts to do whatever is necessary to ensure that aqua maintains to be our current water provider that they provide the best clean water possible. Illinois has changed a treatment chemical that caused leads from pipes in older homes to Leach into the water. But the utility warns it could still be a few weeks before all homes in the affected area. Get the all clear county judge has ruled that a special prosecutor should investigate the Tate crime involving Josias Millette in house training, Kim FOX handle the decision to drop charges against the empire actor for we appellate court judge. He'll do O'Brien who saw the special prosecutor says she has no interest in the outcome of the case to fulfill the law court file. And have access to everything that's in that office. So what would a good prosecutor do if you see an propriety you have to do something. So if there's an impropriety, we'll see you'll see also we, we don't know, right now file attorney. Fox's disagrees with the court's conclusion that the absence of any conflict special prosecutor is required. Boxer accused herself from splits cases, February shortly before the actor was charged with making a false report to police initial results are in from air testing around to medical sterilization, plants in the northern suburbs. Suspected emitting toxic chemical figuring of the county, health department says air was tested for three days advantage. Specialty chemicals in gurney and bed line industries, in Waukegan for ethylene oxide. There is no safe level of exposure of ethylene oxide, and it is known to.

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"josias" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"josias" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I'm your host, Jill econom-. Oh, directory community outreach. My next guest is Kim Dawson Brooks, and George Hinton who was CEO of the S D, C or the social development commission. Thank you both for being here today. Thank you for him. Yes. Thank you. Welcome. I understand George that. That you grew up in poverty. How has that affected? Your life's work. Actually, it's been extremely important to describe high. Am today. I wouldn't be where I am today. If it wasn't for my. Experiences as a child even some of the negative and positive experiences. As has really guided me through all my milestones in life, some being good and some being bad. My family moved to Milwaukee. And in the fifties was around two years old at the time. At that point. We were somewhat of a stable family. There was a male who work who was working in my grandmother who took care of the family. But then there was a tragedy in our family very early on what I was about three or four years old where he was out fishing on Lake Michigan and a slipped off the pier and died. Oh my goodness. That was a tragedy took our family the whole different direction. I imagine. Yeah. So we we kinda kinda went from that point of being somewhat stable to really up a position where we were not only being an African American in Milwaukee. But also being a lot more challenge from economic pressures of not having a male providing that type of income for our family. So we moved from where we were actually to other parts of Milwaukee that were more affordable. But not as nice okay in terms of the housing and those types of things. I didn't realize I was poor. Sure. Because I think most people say that right? You don't love family it with and and I was truly raised by women and with examples now of males from others. So it was a really female dominated process. My grandmother, my mother eventually my mother married had eight kids by stepfather at that point. He was my stepfather. He even die. He got shot. When we when I was twelve oh my goodness. So it seemed like for for me specifically those kinds of tragedies with males. Specifically put our family into a situation where it was very much a female dominated process. Good in many ways bad in some sure NBC some of that today. I think in in our in our community. But so I think with that dole came a situation where as I grew up. My grandma did a good job with mother to make sure we were educated to the best that they could during a time of segregation sort of resources weren't always there. But we have great teachers. We'll put it that way. And but but as I got older, and I needed a little bit more male influence. I think that's where I became. Not able to stay within the framework of the values of our family and find myself getting into a lot of trouble. Eventually dropped out of school back. Then though, luckily, I was able to go into the Marine Corps. Okay. Which is not available to a lot of young people today. And I think if I hadn't have done that I probably would have went to jail as a matter of fact that was heading and doing some things that would probably have at some point. That would have been an outcome. Because it was not a lot of work for us. I was dropped. I dropped out of school. I didn't have a lot of counseling about what I should do one way or the other. And so for me going to the Marine Corps with an option that my mother, I think in her great, wisdom and fear of what might happen to me if I hadn't done something made it possible for me to go onto the Marine Corps. Yeah. I mean, they say that all things for reason. And you know that everybody learns from the situations they've gone through. And that your pain is never wasted. Right. God uses every situation for good. We may not see right away. But we can often see in hindsight. What how it's being used for for good. Well, I mean, you've had some some tragedy in your life. And and but you look at where you're at right now. And you've been able to use all those situations for for good. On the opposite. End of the spectrum Kim, your experience was a little different. Well, tell us about that. So I grew up in Chicago. And. There's no. Go bear. Right. I had a great childhood financially. I want it for nothing. I went to private schools had a summer home on the lake. Grew up became a reporter worked in cities around the country. I'm saying that not to be Josias, but to make a point. And that's that poverty can happen to anyone regardless of what your background is. I guess it was maybe what maybe about five years ago. I found myself unable to reenter the job market after taking a break. And my husband was also unemployed at that time, and we watch star for a one K just disappear, and I felt myself really start to get desperate. We have two young children and. We were able to eventually go back to work and rebuild our careers and our lives. But I set that I never wanted to forget that experience. Mr. Hinton always says that poverty is just a snapshot in time. And I think often there's a lot of shame associated with poverty, particularly if you. Around people who are doing. Well, nobody's going to say, you know, what I really don't know that I'm going to be able to make my mortgage just not we don't talk about that. And I think we should be able to talk about those type of issues and and support each other. And I think that's what STC helps facilitated helps people find their path again someone like me, and certainly Mr. Hinton who eventually became the CEO of one of the major hospitals in this region. It's a little bit easier to rebuild your life. Right. When you have an education, and you have resources, and that's that's that's the part that I I really want people to understand. I think if you. Milestones. Life can be positive or negative. But with the right types of support. Right. And I mean, truly the right support do your life. And people giving you opportunities people can be sick. It can be successful. And I find myself I was able to come out and require not only get my high school diploma. Okay. But bachelor's degree master's degree worked in healthcare for thirty years. My last job was the president of oversight medical center before I take took on this role. K? Wow. Well, speaking of this rule and the social development commission how what is its mission? Help us all understand what basically people should know about the FDIC. The mission is to provide resources to people in our community. Where poverty to help them help themselves out of poverty. Okay. Seniors not specifically, but certainly included in that. Yeah. Definitely seniors because at large percentage of our population who are seniors are actually in poverty. Their most people in poverty, our children and seniors. But that's the as you said before children don't know, you know. As long as I have loved their their don't consider themselves, maybe at the poverty level. No. But they can affects of it can be sure definitely seen as they go on. And so yeah, we were. So we're we're two part agency. We're both a cap agency will one of one hundred cap agencies community action partner agencies in the United States. We were created during the nineteenth during Johnson's were on poverty. He created camp agencies throughout the country. So there are sixteen of us in the state of Wisconsin. Okay. So we're one of sixteen. Okay. But we're also a commission on poverty, which means we study, poverty and try to help figure out how to best help our community. Gather its resources to support people. So they can move from their present state to a straight this better state. It's better than what they are. Right now. Right. Well, stay tuned to learn about some of the biggest challenges facing older people today, and how the social development commission is helping. We'll be right back. Please consider supporting Joe Gibbs youth for tomorrow, and you can make a difference in the.

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"josias" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"josias" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"I'm wearing this tonight. Jerry came for your questions. But before you get to those. Here's what three things on szeswith tonight. Thank you. I share and Rebecca are such huge below deck man's that late. And I in Rebecca says baby, I wanna see your preference sheet. She actually means she wants to see his preference sheet. So here's what it's time for them to make some rulings on all the unruliness this season with below deck on below duck with call it like you see it. Here's some things to get in the mood docks out. Kate manages her stews. Oh, I think Kate suffer notes separates, no fool. She smells blood, and I think Caroline. She smelled blood there, and that did not our son Carolina and a little harsh. But with Laura Laura stood up to her. And I think Kate liked it dots on Riley's crazy temper this season. You know, the only time it really sort of freaked me out. And I thought it became violent and dangerous as when they were in the van with vaccines. Yes. That was the French lady who was. Ashton the dickens. Girlfriend from the nightclub that they met. And that's the only time I saw her become sort of a little scarily violent. But other than that. I enjoyed it. I forgot to give you hats. Those are two dots on Adrian always making sexual comments to Laura. This is crazy Adrian, you know, I think that Adrian is the most amazing chef I can tell you pours his all into his his meals. I wanna eat every single thing. He makes but he was jokes jokes. Are it'll be open your coutry you want your security means. Have you used to? Coutry meats and some comments maybe some dried Africom you like secluded. I wanted Laura to turn around every time and go Adrian time's up like, you know, maybe whatever Caribbean islands. He's from maybe the metoo movement hasn't happened that maybe. Be in like a night. In his defense. I think he saw that. Maybe like Laura was gonna hooked up with Ashton, and he was he thinks that's what men act like so I I don't think he's a predator. I just think he's not well info good thoughts on Tyler taking Riley out on the date, and then simultaneously jumping or while still into that. Why did you do that? Dawson was livid when she was watching Ashton and Laura's budding relationship and them leaving together to travel will I can't wait for the reunion. That's what reunions all about you. Can't wait you will find out. Thank you very much. Remember, you months ago when we all had to eat kale because it was a huge Roman lettuce recall. Well, as heirs to the romaine fortune it affected, my guess, Rebecca romaine in her husband's amply hears about Rebecca, Jerry, it's time for another romaine recall, but instead of lettuce, I'll give you some people places and things tell us you will both tell us if they can stay with us in twenty nineteen or if we should recall them like they're ripe with e coli. Do you want to recall the New England Patriots being in the Super Bowl? Again. You know, you got very excited last time Tom Brady came back from that Super Bowl. And my wife has never watched a football game in her life. But enough is enough. They cannot win anymore Super Bowls. Recall ten yell being bridezilla this season. Yes, let's recall that I don't think so. Danielle was having a great season. And I love to see her back on Bravo. Do you want to recall, the Meghan Markle versus Kate Middleton alleged viewed you know, we're Americans team. Megan do you want to recall Porsche sharing or toothbrush with Dennis? We we share toothbrush cute. Do you want to recall Josias gold, Speedo Lord? Joe's is gold Speedo. Please..

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"josias" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"josias" Discussed on WSB-AM

"One show. Yeah. No matter how long it allow. No, I understand. But let me get rid of it. Because the toughest part of my relationship right now is not not doing that. I've never in any of my I can't I can't shoot in front of it. Yeah. That's I mean, I love having Ashley Frasca traffic center. She's amazing. But oh so much better. When Doug was in there, and we can just let it rip. I like I have to walk into net to now and. Ten minutes out of my way. Yeah. No. That's the toughest part of my relationship is at you. Don't realize how much of a problem that is until you can't. When I leave my when I leave Josias plays. Sometimes I'm just like. Yeah. Yeah. So I'd say get it and get rid of it all I never wanted to deal with again. I don't ask this. Normal is fine. You're you're just let it play out normally. Not letting it play out normally because I enjoy controlling it. You know, there's nothing better than a good one at an inappropriate. That's the one thing you can control in your life flatulence pretty much. Do you toot in front of all the time? Does she return the favor? No. When does when she when she does it's an accident. And then I, you know, I, of course, pylon. So that the maximum bears. It'd be it's so funny because I am vigilant about not doing this in front of my late sometimes and Bosco. Bosco? I have two dogs and Bosco is a very gassy. Beagle. Yes. And she'll she'll tude and mile. Look at me. And I promise you. Just made. Try to slip when under the cover Darcus when he know the dog did it, then you're like, okay. I've got covered news. That's smart though. They really out now I was raised correctly. Oh, man. You've been raised in front of did. She return the favor. No, see I've got my daughter though to blame other people..

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"josias" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"josias" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And Gerardi thirteen ten on the power play. We're tied up one one. So on the second we go and same song. Second bursts a little bit louder a little bit worse actually arriving worse better. Right. Because again. Turn pass near side. And we'll start all over again. Here's Brenton centering. Try McKinnon holding. Mckinnon off the. This one will count. Both goals coming up the stick of Nathan MacKinnon, and that's up here. Snyder thing of beauty. That's ridiculous from Nathan MacKinnon his seventeen th goal of the season and his second goal tonight. And the Colorado Avalanche have a two to one Lee. Nathan MacKinnon with his seventeen th goal. From Mika Ranan who has his thirtieth season on that one. Thirty Gerard at six twenty two. The second Avs take to one lead up before the second was done national strikes again and retirees the game get it out past Josias con- Wilson entice and Jost will give chase inside national territory. Advan pass your guns Filip Forsberg near Wayne. Score. Twice tonight. The Nashville predators have thrown the puck in the high slot. And it took it affliction. Kevin Fiala gets that won his third season nine. Oh, six and all of a sudden, it's two.

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"josias" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"josias" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"And my impression tell me if I'm wrong is that certain departments were pretty much completely eliminated, like sports and photo sports photo gone. Yeah. I think from what I saw, they took down from thirty four thirty five to maybe nine people. They have left every single photographer the entire social media claim. And one thing I keep coming back to we were just discussing before we met up with you is trunk says that they want to emphasize breaking news that's their goal. Carrie Ann, I run around this entire city. All we do or a big chunk of what we do is breaking news. Aaron is on the forefront of political, breaking news. What an Howard, how are they going to do that? Breaking news as journalist in New York is not a matter of looking at the tweets coming in on your screen. It's not a matter of looking at what other people are just putting out there on the east and social media. It's about being there and talking to people on the ground. I find it very ironic. I don't think necessarily mean the same thing by breaking news as we do as Josias said, you know, when we think about breaking news, it's, you know, there's an explosion or there's a murder. There's a big political development city hall, and that's breaking news to us. They're talking about aggregating breaking news from the media outlets repackaging early. Right, right. You're saying Chelsea about tweets, just looking at what's being posted and rewriting that. Yeah, that way we're talking about the end meaning the layoffs on Monday. But let's let's go back closer to the beginning. You know your your time at the daily news what it means to be covering these beats, Kerry I to what kind of stories stood out to you about? I've been working in local news. I've been there sixteen years and died two murder and mayhem. I, you know, I got blood on his mind. But you know that a lot of that's not a popular beat with a lot of people by. Like I remember being told, you know, don't cover these stories. They don't. They don't raise any higher issues, but like a homicide in Brownsville speaks about gangs. It speaks about poverty. It speaks about police response. A lot of things that that a lot of city agencies, a lot of authorities don't want to discuss means the police have to do a better job means a means that people count, and their stories are heard, even on the dacas data, their lives. It says these places exist and that just, yeah, what Kerry said that you go to the dark corners of the city that nobody else wants to go to. And a lot of people in Manhattan have never heard of unless they're old time New Yorkers. They don't know what Brownsville is or east New York or what is like to be on gun hill road. They've never been there..

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"josias" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"josias" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Totally almer i'm sorry this probably not wrong because i mean these guys obviously have a very warped sense of self and that they did what they did to begin with but it's interesting that you you keep referring to them as looking so like chiseled and attractive and they're good looking guys but i also part of just the privilege of like you know they grew up in a wealthy white community they took advantage of that wealthy white community and their surviving because they're part of a wealthy white community shoes are never really examined by the film and the film is poised and i'm somebody i've somebody who like you loved imposter went into this knowing nothing about it just because i'm ready to be dazzled and confused have a lot to mold over one of his films but this movie to be seems poise really awkwardly between like josias joshua oppenheimer's the act of killing you know where where the people who perpetrated the genocide reenacted for the cameras and are proud of it yet our viewing of that is disgusted seems poised awkwardly between that film and the one about those guys who remade raiders lost ark at high school and you know it's kind of really confusingly in between these two in that it doesn't really because of the structure because so much of the film is given over to watching the dramatization 's and then we will cut to the real act the real perpetrators of the crime kind of reacting to what we're seeing on screen like there's one moment i really detested where something terrible happening on screen and we cut to all of the guys shaking their heads and looking sad at what they've wrought that i mean it feels like you're watching these guys act as you're watching the actors act in the actors are more convincing as these guys i think that's an extraordinarily cynical take i really i really found that to be pretty honest like no point that i feel like these dudes were okay.

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"josias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"josias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And steel in class and this really influenced also modern architecture and he went on to build the packard plant in detroit as well as highland park the ford factory in detroit josias through a particular landmark factory of calm you would say is the main one we should look out and remember well as needed imagine highland park was a great breakthrough and and really set the model for a whole generation of factory buildings interesting thing about khan is though after a one he switched from reinforced concrete to steel frame buildings lower buildings when they built the river rouge plan and these glass and steel long low buildings are really kind of modernist masterpieces because contractors went the pioneering ones around the world other examples of spectacular factory design won the nina including in europe for example another car manufacturers from italy fiat fiat cars were brought up to the roof and driven around to be tested it was representative very much of modernism of the modern age and kind of the future and all of the architects and avantgarde architects and artists of the time we're fascinated by it it became almost one of a kind but we see other similar rooftop test tracks around the world including in buenos aires but the idea here was to really speak of the future and the speed of the car and the idea of the modern age you're listening to the forum from the bbc world service where we're talking about the global story of the factory so far we've heard about how the modern factory system emerged in eighteenth century britain as part of the industrial revolution and also took off in the united states where the invention of the moving assembly line transformed manufacturing in a moment we'll hear how soviet russia embraced the giant factory a more recently china turned itself into a global center of manufacturing and we'll ask what's the future of the factory that's all coming up after the news summary distribution of the bbc world service in the us is made possible by american public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content apm american public media with support from mou with extra thick paper stock and rounded corners mu offers premium business cards postcards notebooks and more this is you buy mu learn more at mu dot com.

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"josias" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"josias" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Naked here's a perfect place you harmony first day cooking always works okay but this is a very special kind of cooking you are gonna make chocolate chip cookies and you are going to make a classic grilled cheese but it's insect cuisine oh it's making it with bugs because by the way frank probably knows this eighty percent of the world each high in protein that's right they do so this happening ripley's and believe it or not it's called bugah palooza that's hysterical chevrolet josias with bugs crickets oh thank you see and you stopping out those cockroaches in the bathroom those suckers another day that you can take on your your harmony a night at the museum the museum of natural history is not just for kids so franken you can go into a sleep over this is this is actually a funny it's a night of newseum sleepover for grownups grownups a buffet.

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"josias" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"josias" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Ladies twelve of acr in london you are listening to the briefing iran's to state media said nine people have been killed in clashes between protesters and security forces the latest violence us brought the number of reported deaths to at least 22 shank josias from the royal united services institute in london and me now sank showy recap a bit first how much do we know about how these unrest began i got off new well i think we don't know very much we know that they didn't begin in the capital at wrong which is why they are somewhat different from the two thousand nine protests they began in the city of mashhad on which is a a sort of a much smaller city it's a much more provincial city an eight spread very very quickly indeed within days to a range of places including very conservative cities like com which is of course is the center of the shia clerical establishment iran and i think that's what so interesting um i think is one person pointed out on uh on social media one expert said today this is roughly the equivalent of eight anti trump movement begun because beginning in kentucky or a conservative midwestern state so uh it's a very unusual place the antiregime protests to have picked up who so what do these protests the swarms will again we don't have a very precise answer to this but what the the consensus i i think it's fair to say is that there is a economics focus to the initial.

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"josias" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"josias" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Phones six one seven two three seven one two three four let's go to dan and roxbury dan what's up buddy hey pat what's overloid pat you call right now it's fine th that i know i totally agree with you um it is it's not that they're all cutting people sets off and him in cages by it i mean look at the way eight it's comical when people say it's a peaceful religion it's not a peaceful religion look the way they treat their women and you're totally right the far left they sit there and they said wow that serve religion you've got to respect it okay fights crueler imaging that it was okita morris josias bari gonna sit there and say that exactly it's ridiculous i work but i urge jargon uh before about uh donald trump's uh employee and how they love them and your completely right on that scale i neighbor i'm from long island new york and neighbors trump's highlight actually nice and he absolutely love is donald trump he's says he's the best guy ever work for he's one hundred percent voting forum uh i know that one of my father's friends is one of his security guys absolutely love them said using absolutely loyal boss he's all boys uh great treats them all great and i also wanted a little secret on apparently loves junk fluids who does this year the one thing i will say about it prepared paper it's going to be more humane well you know he did and i and i'm gonna screw this story up but basically the premises there there was a woman and her family i think her house burnt down something like that she was very poor and he wound up like letting are staying one of his hotels for free and our family for like months nobody publicized that he didn't run to the newspapers it wasn't this whole thing look what i did for somebody it's that's in the these are the kind of stories that and this is old this like ten or twelve years old but you could find on youtube that somebody talked about or or google he does a lot of charitable stuff he's not tell radio monster that people wanted to be and.

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"josias" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"josias" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"And all that you do the same source leghari who i i that's why i don't these people that actually doing these how can they do it knowing that that's how they kind of feeling or the fact that you have these guys that their job is to cut people's heads off the wbc but when you go to work that they can oh my god is gonna be a long one is eight heads hey i'm going to need a break from all this head cut off so bad that guy was long that one that guy will meet around the neck big neck i ate it amazes me and then as the world country since back which just the culture while it says what they do john now that is you know and that's the biggest problem is we're acting like this poor barrick attitude in this barbaric way of life is op okay because it's their culture and we have to be accepting of that no we don't believe there animals uh some people stop stop it is barbaric absolutely barbaric carl's go to the phones six one seven two three seven one two three four let's go to dan and west roxbury down with somebody who pat pat what's overloid pat dan i know i totally agree with you tom if not rigor all cutting people sets off namely cages i mean look at the way eight it's comical and people say it's a peaceful religion it's not a peaceful religion look the way they treat their and you're totally right far left better and they said wow that serving lunch and you got to respect it okay fights cleveland rummaging that it was okay the most josias bari going to sit there and say that it's it's absurd ridiculous i uh john jargon uh before about uh donald trump's uh employee is and how they love them and you're completely right on that show by neighbor i'm from long island new york neighbors trump's pilot actually nice and he absolutely love is donald trump fees says he's the best guy ever worked for he's one hundred percent voting now i know that one of my father's friends is one of a security guys absolutely love them say using absolutely loyal fox pay those ways uh great treats them all great and i also one and a little secret on apparently luxembourg blitz the who don't the one.

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"josias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"josias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To explain i find that it is something that there they have done against the constitution of kenya against the people of clinton but do do you see something more sinister behind this is that what your alleging actually think so because they are freely to attend court without its permission there when the parties that have been notified to attend court suggests that there must have been something a little more sinister which will threaten the independence of the judiciary courage that we expect to see from the judiciary the government's cold the whole case an evil scheme that was the vice president and other government spokesman said that this litigation wasn't made in good faith it was a simple attempt to derail the rerun of the presidential election and deny people the ability to vote that doesn't surprise me that the hold that view however that's petition were seeking to ensure that every election is conducted in accordance with the law and not just have idiots drawn colder election and you don't take that that's going to happen tomorrow if the election goes ahead ordered did away from this petition in the supreme court today another judge in the high court ruled that all the two hundred ninety goes to josias timing office and their deputies were irregularly procured so good speaking practically or other legally that a mole for determining over says oh dead their deputies thrown the election tomorrow so effectively what i'm saying is it is going to be a gored with the irregularities illegalities of the previous election which was nullified where the supreme court and therefore exposing itself troop rotation of fish in event a citizen or a voter wants to courts to.

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"josias" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"josias" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The kremlin are michael cone trump's personal lawyer flew to prague on numerous occasions and met with the head of the foreign affairs committee of the soviet the russian duma and our conspired to fix the election hacked the democratic computer and spirit be accurate a way to bulgaria with a family would be fake everything in that is totally wrong michael cohen the guy who trump lawyer has never been in prague never been in czechoslovakia his passport and i was in california when meath meeting in prague allegedly took play the dead josias says that reliable sources in the kremlin report named to hackers who act the democratic computer one of them in serving twenty years in prison in a penal colony six hundred miles to mop gap and have no access to a telephone orrick curator of the other one sipri businessman who is doing for defamation saying that he had nothing to do with it at never been involved in politics at all the thirdstorey window here you know about the socalled golden showers and it alleged factors witness actually that with trump watching these prostitute reform and our debris which is a totally not credible allegation and mack and let the tax next event the guy has subsequently denied saying this is this is such madness i mean i it just listening to you i thought there's an hour and every one of these allegations let me ask you do you have another five or six minutes because i might not eric quit differs the beginning of a long discussion because negative way okay so young as i'm assuming you don't have another vice excellent now okay dick morris i wanna say call i have you the new book is rogue spooks rogue spooked by dick morris listen every tuesday we will have dick on this program he's it's there's nobody like him he's incredible stick around folks.

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"josias" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"josias" Discussed on WTMA

"All these military assets close to north korea thaddeus at gordon iran are moving those greek carrier group two north korea iran bad trying to get china off the garm to show them we're not going around that we're not going to let them procrastinate about the proper state and going nuclear having the missiles to the united states i assume that that's the case now the us navy says look this is all just routine um but nonetheless it doesn't smell routine and it's not josias carrier strike groups to in the region now and the nimitz leaving at a couple of days bob it's also the two submarines off north korea's coast that president trump we talked about in his conversation with philippine president rodrigue to turkey we never talk about submarine deployments that that is really out of the ordinary now people assumed that trump does blurted that out and he shouldn't have done it i'm not so sure i think that that very well may have been signalling to the north koreans and to the chinese that we are deploying all of our assets to the region in anticipation of using force the north koreans continue to fire missiles into the sea of japan towards japan japan at this point has not responded does it have an option gordon does he had have pressure that it can be a can bring on beijing or on us soul to help it with regard these provocations tokyo really doesn't have the ability to do much except issue statements the only thing that they could really do and they're not going to do this is to order its companies to leave south korea or china i mean that might have some effect but they're not going to do that so it affect all so does is talk about these watches being quote unquote unacceptable and so therefore of people know that tokyo was not a factor thaddeus gordon attorney champ you always car about navarro decreed re to economic in curve to the chinese regime derek review its job and rain and the puppet masters are away the united they could work with our allies to bring economic pressure to bear on the regime in beijing actually do something darker oh absolutely and we don't need our allies do this all we have to do thaddeus is enforce us law.

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