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"jules" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Jules Stern, WBC Boston's He's radio, Let's head back to those roads, Traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Rob Accola, keeping an eye on those roads for us today, where the trouble spots rock plays John the upper end of 1 48 North bound in this jam before Wind Street in Burlington to the crash, blocking the right lanes. Just the left lane was getting by 1 28 north near Washington Street. The south pounds set of 1 28 is sluggish from Main Street in Lynnfield. Down to that North bound crash with curiosity downtown. The lever connector inbound is sluggish. Getting down on the Storrow Drive the lower deck not too bad. Expressway North bound is slow from the pontiff to Colombia and then again from just before the pike exit up to the O'Neill Tunnel. Sound founding slow with the gas tank and again from East Milton. Down to this split Ruth, three both ways his jam for Rocklin and hang him. 95 South is crawling with the work crews south of 1 28 in Canton. And as we take a look down the Cape, the sag more brains down to one lane both ways from going work. Six West is over two miles jam solid getting off Cape Free South, almost two miles. This report is sponsored by America's best Contacts and eyeglasses. Don't OVER Pay for glasses Get two pairs in a free exam for just 69 95. The exam alone is worth 50 bucks. That's not just a better deal. It's America's best book Your Exam online today. In certain states. Eye exams provided by independent ophthalmologist See store for details. Rob Hackman, WBC's traffic on the threes. And now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. We are seeing 40 degrees like rain coming down in Boston. Right now we're going to see that rain linger through most of the morning and then otherwise, it's just going to remain rather cloudy. Ah, high of.
No. 11 UCLA beats 'Bama 88-78 in OT to reach Elite Eight
"Hi I'm a hockey has hit two big jumpers early in overtime and finished with seventeen points as the eleventh seeded Bruins down number two Alabama eighty eight seventy eight hi Kevin David singleton took control in overtime after star guard Johnny choosing felled out singleton's two free throws made it seventy nine seventy with under a minute to go the Bruins led by three until Alex restrained a buzzer beating three pointer at the end of regulation giving the Crimson Tide new life Jules Bernard also scored seventeen for the Bruins who were in the elite eight for the first time since two thousand and eight and will take on Michigan I'm Dave Ferrie
"jules" Discussed on Overdue
"I don't know what this is. It is the end of our fun time with the book. And i'm glad that we had a fun time. Make an episode about it. Yeah and. I'm glad that the not hollow that would be really disconcerting. There all right. I will devote my life in support of this truth. And i'm ready to explore the hollow. That's how i mean that's how a lot of modern knowledge works on. The internet is like i don't personally know this so it must not be true. Yeah i'm not gonna get into the phrase hollow earth quote tweeted in or quoted in my google search results. I ignored those websites anyway. I'm sure like elon. Musk or somebody's out there being like. Hey i got my big drill. And i think there is all go. Anyone one who says hey. I got my big drill. Should be allowed. It's hey lives. You can't stop me from approving the earth's hollow i don. Musk send us an email about what you think is inside the earth. Don't send if you send us an email about yawn. Must i will no don't do that. You report spam goodbye. We've talked about hollow earth theory. You tell us about your cool. What's inside the earth theory. Send us an email at the gym. Dot com is jelly. Who knows hit us up on whatever. It's sludgy sugar. Stuff is in a cadbury cream eggs down there. Okay prove andrew. Wrong hit us up on twitter and facebook dot com slash overdue pot What if it's a caso. What caso who. Delicious and dangerous fondue down there. Thanks to more it's Debris stir ronnie becca shannon. Rose ingrid tino. Wendy lucky megan and many more for reaching out to us on social media this past week. Thanks to nikola random who composed our theme song. If you haven't yet go back and double check your feeds and listen to our bonus. Episode for february did a qa episode with our patriot supporters. It was a blast. Inter folks want to know more about the showers or they go overdo podcasts. Dot com is our internet website up there. We have links to apple and google are assess feed were also in stitcher and on spotify do rate and review us in apple. Podcasts if you get a chance that makes us feel good and it. Lets people know that you like the show. I don't know if it actually does help people find. I don't know if that's how their algorithm works. I don't know we can pretend to. We've all been telling each other that for years. It might as well be true. Nobody knows how it works. But this is how we think it works. Which is how jules verne books. Basically we also have a patriot project. Patriot dot com slash overdue. Pot.
"jules" Discussed on Overdue
"Guy named hans And they go to the They're going to go to the crater of this volcano. That sack newsom told them about the mountain. Is called a sniffles. Yakut yes as my understanding of a the pronunciation of it because all these mountains in iceland be named stuff like this. I think my first encounter with an icelandic volcano name was in two thousand nine or twenty ten when that one erupted like grounded planes of all the action stuff. Yeah i filled. They are going to go to this volcano. They're gone climb down into the crater of it and listen. It hasn't erupted since like since fifteen hundred something. It's been a long time so don't worry about it. It'll be fine. They're going to go down and they are going to trust that this like to line note that they found from aren't sack. Newson is going to guide them down to the center of there so they climbed down and the there a lot of just like painstaking descriptions of like. Here's how we like. We have a rope and we need to repel down. But how are we going to take the rope with us. And then hans devised this ingenious climbing method where he raps. He takes both ends of a rope. Any wraps it around a rock. And then you hold both ends on your way down and then you pull down one. And when he gets to the bottom and that's smart actually. It's pretty smart. Yeah he's clever hans like a horse. Yeah yeah like. I don't think about a similar passage in in lord of the rings where they are trying to climb down into mortar member. Yep and they're like. How are we going to bring the rope with us. And then they just do a thing where they pull it. And it's like elven magic. I guess that makes you remember that the metric that just makes it come down as no jules verne crack this like decades ago token. Did you the way you started this little Little passage here though it. It sounded like you found it. A little dry is it. Is it when that when the martian book when the guys grown potatoes like that dry it is not as pleased with himself which which means i found it less grading than men. The martian was of. If it's it's not even that is dry like it's always fun. I had fun reading. You enjoy like beat to be like. Here's the here. The problems being soft. Here's here's what's happening like. It does get a little dry in parts. But i was always entertained so okay yeah like i think a blow by blow retelling will sound a little dry but it sure feels like jules verne..
Biden unveils COVID-19 economic response plan and vows to speed up vaccinations
"Jules well, President elect Joe Biden has announced plans for more economic relief and vaccine distribution. Baden said his $1.9 trillion plan, called the American Rescue plan is designed to spur further economic growth after the pandemic ends the return on these investments in jobs Racial equity. Prevent long term economic damage. The benefits will far surpass far surpassed the cost. Pandemic. A bill spends $400 billion for covert 19 management more than $1 trillion in direct relief spending and $440 billion for communities and businesses. This comes in it more than double the bipartisan bill approved last month and only slightly below the March 2020 cares Act. The rescue plan includes $350 billion for state and local governments. In the coming weeks Bod and will unveil a second broader jobs and economic recovery plan. This plan will also include money for longer term development goals, such as infrastructure and climate change. Well as we've been reporting, President elect Joe Biden isn't waiting for Inauguration Day to start work on the stimulus package. Let's get to Ed Baxter. In San Francisco. For more it. Yeah, it is. A $1.9 trillion packages we've said and is reporting will be broken in the two bills. First, the covert fight and that economic relief now this speech That we just heard was more broad stroke and saying rescue and recovery and saying he'll be laying out specific shortly. This was about tone and asking for unity. The correct course and meet our goal of 100 million shots at the end of my 1st 100 days is president This will be one of the most challenging operational efforts we have ever undertaken is a nation. We'll have to move heaven and earth. Get more people vaccinate to create more places for them to get vaccinated to mobilize more medical teams to get shots and people's arms. Increase vaccine supply. Get it out the doors fastest possible. Will also do everything we can Keep our educators and students safe. Safely reopen the majority of our K through eight schools. By the end of the 1st 100 days, As I say they have been releasing that some of the specific Senate Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer say it will pass quickly. There may be a couple of sticking points, though, innit s so this is what we know. Is there 20 billion on distribute? Excuse me. 20 billion on distribution. 50 billion on testing Also $15 minimum wage $2000 direct aid that includes the 600 that's already out there extends eviction and foreclosure moratorium requirement for employees to offer paid sick leave some day care money in it as well. Are Republicans have wanted liability protection for farmer and employers? They may want that in this, so there's still some debate to be had the Senate will be
Riding with Farm Animals in Columbia, Taxi Accident in Rome, and Traveling in a Converted Van
"I'm bob neat. And taraji and today's drivers are jewels and christine professional travelers content creators and podcasters. They've been on the road for over ten years exploring all the world has to offer and met while traveling impro- back in two thousand twelve working at a disaster relief nonprofit. They have been traveling together. Twenty four seven ever since along the way they started a travel blog called. Don't forget to move which over the years has become their fulltime job and now focuses on adventure travel and responsible tourism helping their audience. Experience the world in a more sustainable way. They also hosts a podcast nonstop bon voyage which is a comedic travel. Podcast where they talk about all things that can go wrong while on the road and today this shared with us some of those few things that went wrong while they were on the road such as having survived with farm animals in columbia and their adventures in their converted ban. Welcome deals and christine. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for happiness having us so. I know you guys are big travelers. And i'm super excited to hear all your stories because i'm sure you have a really crazy ones from all the places you've been. Let's start with which one you think. Is the craziest driving story of them all. Oh we have definitely had a little crazy driving stories a lot of the time. It's not driving as self And the one that definitely comes to mind at the start would be al time. In northern colombia. Traveling at will play kabale. Bella which is pretty much a middle of norway pursuing. It's almost the northernmost point of south america and it's not a allowed to travelers go. They say it's kind of like the wild west of columbia so it's pretty far off the beaten track and even just to get it takes a bit of emission. He goes had couple of buses in a couple of different small mini vans. And then you finally get to a little place called arabia where you take you jump into a full and this is not your standard full by full. This is a four by four that has been so personally modified to have sate. Elise a dozen people in the back. Try like a pickup truck and the journey. There is four hours of bumping around in sloshing around in the mud depending on the season being crammed with about a dozen people into a full person seda and picking up a lot of livestock along the way like chickens and guards in all kinds of crazy things. So you are basically crammed in the back of this four by four with at least a dozen other people of course all locals. We were the only other travelers who went that far. I guess and then random animals start coming in so we had piglets on the floor. We had baby goats on the floor at a chicken on my lap at one stage. I think i had a baby on my lab. I wonder if we had a little baby. Sir whose baby was but there was a lot of south coming in and on our way back out was the same thing tons of livestock tons of animals just like feathers everywhere and we were leaving very early in the morning. It was maybe four. Am before it was even light out. And we were stopping at all of these farms in little houses along the way and we had some unexpected visitors strapped to the roof. We had three shoes. Desert tortoises will probably about six foot wide Honestly the biggest ever seen in my life and about five or six men were putting it on top of the roof. I don't know where it was going. The poll seeing but Yeah it was quite a wild ride. Yeah it was literally wild. Ride just filled with animals animal. The funny experience is that common for them to like four turtles or tortoise on the roof that he's definitely how i told us on the roof experienced but it is quite common for them to travel with livestock especially when you're traveling in rural areas in indigenous communities. Quite common for them to you. Know they got the coming from the local markets so they've got a chicken and it's tied up. They've got a guard or luke pig. Hug todd their fate name jumping the boss jump jumping the car and go back home. And that's fairly common. We they call it. Chicken buses in central america raisin. There's a lotta chickens on him. Where the animals with you for most of your trip or like how long were you with. The animals offset hotan. So this place. Here is is pretty oscillated. So this is a few rule. Sort of villages Affiliates little so to commune areas along the way but most of the people going from sort of point either point bay and they traveling with all that livestock eight a two they were bringing it back so yeah pretty much the whole four hours. We will sloshing around in the back of these full by four pickup truck with a whole bunch of animals and people just like one guy with a chicken. Walk it off but then one guy with tj can gets on so it's always balancing let made you choose to go there out of all the places since it's not a very typical worse destination executives and at that point we had spent probably Maybe a year in latin america. And we were just ready to get like pushed the boundaries. And get even far off the beaten track and just really wanted to go where we're not going to be surrounded by backpackers cause of knives and colombia and peru in those countries you kind of end up on the tourist trail and you just get stuck with me. No and it's great. You make a lot of friends that way. But you're kind of sick of just being surrounded by backpackers all the time. So we wanted to go somewhere where it's just all locals. We could really get to know the culture and just push boundaries basically and that seemed like the best option and it was an interesting experience. We're definitely the only travelers we saw their ended up sleeping in hammocks outside of this cabin thing in the wind and the rain and we just wayne in this hammocks is pretty intense but it was beautiful just super rugged pristine landscape out there right on the coast but still very desert and dry and yeah is really gorgeous and we'd heard that the junior was half the adventure and definitely was probably one of fiber journey stories that we tell because destination was out there. But you know we've been traveling for eight years ten years
FTC and states sue Facebook, could force it to divest Instagram and WhatsApp
"Its monopoly power. Federal antitrust officials, along with a coalition of states want the social media giant to be broken up here is Bloomberg's Naomi Nix. This is the Federal Trade Commission specifically highlighted. Facebook's purchase of what that instagram and in the lawsuit said it filed and part of what it's calling for is a potential unwinding or director of those companies by Facebook. That would be a significant Alteration of Facebook's business model on one of the growing parts of its company. And so that's really interesting. And what they're saying is these, which essentially looked around for the potential competitors rivals. And then just instead of competing against them, bought them off. So if Facebook were to be found by the FTC to a violated antitrust laws, the federal judge could order a break up Now that obviously is, Naomi just said would include the forced sale of both Instagram. And WhatsApp, Jules. Well. House Speaker Nancy
"jules" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"This cover. Is that a ceiling. What are we looking at on the cover of slower. We're looking at my wife. Does beautiful paintings. she was using this paper for awhile. There was texting. And i thought it was really great. Textual in so we just use that as the background the the texture the she was using to paint over usually and I thought it worked pretty good key charge you a lot for it. No she didn't a lovely carson. What all right so because we are in eighties. Podcast we do. We look at k rock and kind of go through the what they played back in the day and that leads us to your wife. Who was who was in. The band snot a lot. Yeah we actually. It was kind of fun because we remembered slow children and spring and fiesta actually made it up to number forty eight in nineteen eighty two and was kinda is kinda fun. We kind of went down the rabbit hole of helge czar. Quite a quite a talented in her own right. We actually posted the the water boys album cover. You know like wow. She did so much great work and she's married to joel share. Oh wow look of work right there. Lower be there. So how is pal how is she doing. she's great. she just made now on her own and it sounds really great. Sounds really nice. And she's been on a lot of paintings that are really. I think there are entering. But that's me she says. Watch have a look at. I can look gimme half an hour. Okay i wait and noggin on the door. She says it to me. It's always a big surprise. They look beautiful names. Are you the same way with your songs like get here this on. Can i hear this. No no it's not ready yet. Let me give me half an hour. I'm gonna i got mic. I got a remix this. That's the way i would be got before you show it to. It's gotta be perfect so that's good you inspire each other. It sounds like it's also collaborated. Have you you've musically we have. Yeah we have you know. It's just like collaborating with anybody. It's interesting but it's not really big. We're involved We're all in being their reach other in other ways you know. I don't think Writing together which we've tried stuff you know i don't know knows the myself. Amateur couples working together. You know for the most part. I don't know that that's the most beneficial thing to a partnership probably not probably not You know worked for sonny and cher or no wait alert for oh per lindsey buckingham and stevie nicks no right all right all right. Well maybe okay so yeah you could just the art in our elderly. Many situations isn't the trust me. I try and build something from From my kia with my wife. And i it doesn't we collaborate to put it together at doesn't work note yourself. Yes thank you do it yourself. What of us. But sometimes we like. Well let me help you there. I can all right here we go. It's difficult but yeah but it's nice. We should get when pals out and comes out. Maybe we can. We can talk to her about her album in slow children at her artwork arab. Well anyway this has been a lot of fun. I like this Thank you so much. Joel this is really nice. Yeah the album is slower by joel. Sierra by the way you don't. I don't think is there a vinyl record available. You seem like a vinyl record guy. But i i went band camp and it was only cds and digital. Cd's while i'm into isn't that amazing. What endured Cd's unstop veteran. Phil still cds over vinyl. Yes yes it's just going through my ears. That's what here sounds better to me. So i use and good for me because i make a lot of compilations where i take songs from different cds to come together on one cd and it's really easy to do with. Cd's with records would be martin. I enjoy. I enjoy cds. I love them nice. Okay yeah cassettes are back. Do you like cassette tapes. No no sound good. that's true. I don't understand why their kids like it because they're small regional reason why he will like them right. Yeah well originally. But you know in twenty twenty. Why would you wanna cassette out. Asked the same question then. I was just having you know. I was listening to them. But i wasn't liking with cds. I do very much a very good all right. So so listen to jewels on cd. That's the way to hear the the pure sound on spotify. If you're you know for convenience purposes that's true that's true. Yeah yes fights is pretty good Cds all right. Those are the parting words. So thank you so much. This is wonderful again. It's great to hear your voice here those songs and you just been keep writing love and you're still making us still get stuff. I can't see the soft. I dunno. i keep doing it. So i i will continue to keep doing it. You share lay me down and many many many years to come. Thank you look forward to hearing more from you. Yeah right take care. Thank you So there you go talk with jewel. Sheer woodstock nato. He does it all in woodstock now. That's where he is kind of cool. He's he's got kind of chill vibes to of a. Did you feel that feel chill vibes. Felt totally totally mellow but funny to learn that he has no real interest. In woodstock's right. I have more interested with which do not woodstock the event. The folklore lower folklore behind the all everything that went on there but Yeah it was nice to hear those stories. Make sure you give a listen to slower by jewish heiresses new record. You can hear it on spotify but you can also buy the cd. That's right as the way jules prefers. Listen on cd. get the our off of that. Thank you for listening to the wet differences. It may podcast. It was really fun to have. Joel shearer on the show yes. Please go to our website. We've got some giveaways going on right now. Go to what difference does it make. Podcast dot com and Sign up there is a link for giveaways and all of december. look for. and then. We're else can you find us. Holly you can find us all social media platforms. Wd dam podcast on twitter. And what difference does it make. Podcast on facebook and check out our youtube channel from behind the scenes stuff. And here's a fun fact. We're a proud member of the pantheon. Podcast family so either. In fact it is sorry. Way out pantheon until next week. This is dave check you later..
Interview with Jules von Hep
"Jews. On Hat. Welcome back to the PODCAST. How are you? Is So nice to be here. I feel like BMX gun show is like comfy lounge with the company. So a lovely wolves and the hold. Sherry every time I'm on this because I just feel great. That's exactly how I want you to fail. The cushions nicely. Or can fluff occasion very well. I had a moment on Sunday evening I was lying down watching TV and I thought note not having it and I just decided that the Sofa looked a bit flat. So I the cushions off had to stamp on some of them had to beat some of them are I'm talking about. The SOFA cushions as well as my beat the crap out of. I don't look great afterwards. I should say on the floor. Staring at it lovingly. His still no since. I don't to beat the air out of it with my behind. Thirty seconds in. I've never I've never served Sherry they maybe. I. Should have a buffet in the just in case you come around. I'm all about sheds all Chaz yet. Love it overlooked. Is it? It's sweet. Isn't it? Sweet uncle you get them dry is good. All Year round at. Huge says. It's really As a warm up, I liked him as a warrior shopping A. Well or even just a lunge before coming out just a little parents got this show of the rhetoric quick shares off the air. Do you mix it with anything. We just need room temperature chilled. Babak. If I'm lucky with the bear bikes but. I haven't had a drink in six weeks and then six maybe even longer and then the other night I decided to have a cafe patrol. Because I ended up my friends that's. My friend the next day always feel that good. This morning I had some cafe patrol last night and he said how many and I said two and a half shots. And went, oh, that's and I said well five technically to with double. I'm enjoying the hall. I know it was like. Over, do it. I'll just have a half of the last one, but it was very nice and I watched the Oprah. Mariah Carey interview I was sipping. What does seem a whole? Just described on your perfectly fluff safer. I know exactly but you are joining me before we go off on a major you joining me for an episode of Feel Good Habits, which is the franchise or the series only Magan show where I quiz my guess about the tips, strategies and techniques, they use to stop bad data heading into a bad week. Stop getting out of the bed the wrong side turning into ruining every day as whether your own those sorts of things and also. Let's face it. It can be a bit deeper and you are. Pure, joy. As a friend but also as somebody that I am lucky enough and I know lots of people lucky enough to engage with on the Internet viral instagram you just put out nothing but good thoughts. And feelings kid thank you. You know about I just I like living each day plus Ignited your knife is GonNa, come to a close I. Know that's so grim but I, liked to enjoy life and I think it's really important to try and use my platforms to spread joy and just biftek WanNa because life is tough it's hard work and actually it's just remember the beauty of life and it's to half feel-good smile and Laugh Day. That needs to be a t-shirt gills. I know I do actually need a PA to just stay with me at all times taking votes. That's a Hashtag. If you're available send Jesse. Rhonda she'd be. Efficient. I reckon would work in a chip here the weekends and I wouldn't have a problem with it. Oh, I actually. I had a craving fish and chips last night. How funny that you say that? It's the universe telling me to go up the road and get myself. Some cutting chip's GonNa have to talk source in the right. You gotTa have everything right to go with it. You can't just Have to prepare. I, think. Oh listen. This is a banal chippy Attica. Different show. All you need to know is plenty of salt plenty of vinegar and don't mess with them scraps. That's how it goes. Yes. Yeah. True. So I'm guessing you've got some flipping excellent feel good habits. So I think the first one I actually want to put down. It's not something that I've written but you jogged my memory now is a good habit is. When you get out of bed in the morning I, really truly believe that how you start your day will massively impact the rest of your day and I know that that's this very common Skill. If you make the bed those who make the bed, we'll have a more productive day on. It's something that I really try and disciplined myself in the moment I wake up I'll wake up and I'll stay on instagram and go through my DM's which for me is compartmentalized as an hour. Before out bed so then I have an hour after that and I make empty the dishwasher maybe claim a kitchen before dressed might do a little bit of a workout with something and then I, started my day right now what that does is it puts me on a really Positive, productive mental state of mind if I don't do one of those if I lie in bed if I mess Abou-. Than sometimes my diet can unravel and then it got straits with myself, and then I know that I I know that I can stop being mean and it's just not worth it. So feel good habit number wall I think his start your day rhines and from the moment you get up start doing nice things. So I'll combine actually with this other one I've written down is exercise has feel good habit.
The Beauty Of Imperfect Travels With Christine And Jules
"To the extra pack of peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more. While spending less I'm your host share share and joining me today are the half Ozzy half. American duo, you're going to get to tell by the accent who's who? who have roam the historic streets of Cuba bad elephants in. Thailand. Danced in one of the biggest music festivals in Europe and I've done something many of us. Maybe all of us listening have either done or dreamed of gorge themselves full of food in Italy Christine and jewels from don't forget to move dot com and this the not. So bon voyage podcast, which has a tagline which goes wrong on the road. So you know we're getting to miss out today guys you're saying. Thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Yeah. Thank you so much for having us and which ones which. WHO's the? Ozzy. WHO's The American? Is Made. From California. Does the tear. Mine is worse than my ozzy accent is awful. Yeah. Okay. Switching roles you each have to do each other's accent for the entire show. Let's see Oh. Gosh. Give me a horrible. So you guys. I love the tagline. I love the idea behind saying, Hey, travel is not always glamorous magical thing in in fact when it's not glamorous, it's sometimes is magical in hindsight like that's one of the reasons we all like to travel. So we're going to get to like the mishaps and they'll out I'm sure as we go through. You guys actually met on the road correct like you your relationship butted while you were traveling. Yep. So obviously, we're from opposite sides of the world, but we met in South America in Peru, and we are both Solo backpacking in two thousand twelve. We're both just on our own trips doing our own thing and we happen to arrive at a nonprofit disaster-relief organization to volunteer. They're just a day apart from each other and we ended up volunteering together for about six months, and in that time, we just developed a friendship and relationship, and after that, we're like neither of US wanted to go home and live normal lives. So we just kept traveling together and how was eight years ago and we pretty much still traveling. But now right now. Yeah pretty much. Like for both of you was it the first check box like doesn't WanNa go home and live a normal life yes or no if they say, yes, they're into their out if they say no, then maybe we can make this work. But we had some similarities of the stout because we both traveling boom to we're both working prophets volunteering's will. And then when we talked about plans, we invite extremely vague about what we wanted to do and when we wanted to get high. Salaries now, well That's a good song. The it's interesting too because we were both so low backpackers and when you travel by yourself, you're very used to being able to do what you want when you want see what you want, and you're just like responsible for yourself and can choose what you WANNA. Do and then to bring another person into that mix and travel then as a couple kind of a whole different ballgame. So we had to both be down to just keep travelling and to give up that kind of individual freedom and be able to travel together and make that work and it worked because we're still together. and. Now we're married. Yeah
Autopsies Show Inmates' Lungs Filling With Fluid As They're Executed
"Today of the pain of lethal injection. This is a process the federal government plans to use to execute two inmates in a prison in Terre Haute, Indiana this week. Lethal injection is supposed to be a quick and painless death. Our colleagues it all things considered. Asked if it really is no one called well reported this story with a TC host, Elsa Chang. Hey, there. What were you looking for? S so we've been looking at the autopsies of inmates executed execution specifically excuse my lethal injections Physically, what's happening to the lungs was first tipped off that something might be going wrong with lungs a few years ago by a doctor in Atlanta named Jules if it had been reviewing some autopsies of inmates executed in Georgia, let's take a listen. I saw that instead of what I thought would be pristine findings instantaneous death have began to see a picture that was more consistent with a slower death. A death associated with suffering. What are you seeing was a severe form of something called pulmonary oedema on this is when lungs rapidly fill with fluid, which could make you feel like you're drowning or suffocating. And it's happening here because the massive dose of drugs that inmates receive is damaging the inside of the lungs, all of which is morally important to many people, because we'd like to think it's the society. We're not torturing people that they're being painlessly put to death. And now there's this evidence of something else. Where did that evidence take you? Yes. Oh, Doctors haven't had a handful of autopsies, but we want to see how prevalent this is across the board. So we filed a public records requests. We've got more than 300 autopsies of inmates killed by lethal injection from nine states spanning decades. Not all of them had date aboutthe lungs, But in the more than 200 that did we found pulmonary oedema in 84% of the cases. Now, lawyers are also bringing autopsies to federal courts around the country, claiming That the pain of pulmonary oedema amounts to cruel and unusual punishment. They say This explains why we've seen some inmates in recent years gasping for air and choking as they're being executed. Is it clear how much the inmates are feeling in those last moments of their lives? Right. That's the big question that the courts are tackling right now. Many doctors who are testifying have raised serious concerns about the drug states are using to try to anesthetized inmates. One drug that's been used in dozens of executions in recent years, isn't actually an anesthetic can't block pain is often used in hospitals to calm patients down before surgery. Another common drug that states use is an anesthetic, but it's not used in a way that guarantees the inmate warm, remain fully under for the duration of the execution. S O. Considering issues with both of these drugs doctors we spoke to say it's very likely. Many of these inmates could feel those suffocating effects of their lungs filling with fluid okay, so they could feel the effects what arguments or states making to defend lethal injection. Right s O the pushback. We've encountered our reporting of courses thes, and it's have been sentenced to death made us do involve pain. And, of course, many of the family members of the victims of these violent crimes do want justice to be done, regardless of how painful the execution will be. We went to Ohio to speak with a man named Norman Stout. He's 90 years old and his wife was murdered 36 years ago. It is only the bleeding hearts and have words that are involved in this discussion. Cruel and unusual punishment is laying out there in the cemetery, and I should point out that despite all the recent problems with lethal injection pulling does show that the majority of Americans still support the death penalty, and at the end of the day, Of course, it's up to the courts to decide whether or not lethal injection amounts to cruel and unusual punishment. But having autopsy evidence to consider during that process gives a much clearer picture of what lethal injection is actually doing the human body. Noah.
UK economy in recession after 20.4% second quarter slump
"Britain's chancellor me she soon not has painted a bleak picture on the domestic economy ahead following the impact of could be nineteen or most business sectors Jules figures showed the economy has contracted by Rachael twenty point four percent in the second quarter of twenty twenty as a result of looked on the measures put in place to counter the corona virus pandemic this slump follows a two point two percent quarterly contraction in the first three months of the year Britain's chancellor we she soon knock who's told reporters the challenging period lies ahead I said that hard times were coming and today's figures show the whole time to hear hundreds of thousands of people have already lost their jobs and sadly many more well all the tough decisions can't be avoided soon not promises no one will be left without hope or opportunity Charles the end of this month London
Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials
"Vaccines studies. And I get a lot of hope in my heart, and I just don't want you to crush him and just be kind if you need to. But there were rearing the results from trials involving three different Corona virus. Vaccines are there they're showing evidence now that the vaccines can produce the immuno response is in people. Human beings, not Lab rats or monkeys or anything like this, but in human beings, three that they know of here and you know, the CDC and the U. S. Medical officials are looking at that say Look, these air very promising and Could they possibly be out in a matter of months? So I kinda update us here on the whole vaccine Push. You know Oxford, they just published in Lancet. That's like getting all this press. You know, You know that time in pulp fiction in the movie when the Wolf is talking to our Jules and Vince and letting them know Let's not get too excited Boys and girls. Now that's that's sort of what this is, like, You know. I mean, more than 91% of volunteers that they injected produced an immune response against the throne of virus that lasted a month of more and more importantly, there were no bad side effects suffered and in addition to stimulate the immune system, these are all very positive things, obviously, but we still have a long way to go. And we talked about it gnaws even you know again. I still personally I have no experience knowledge, and I don't know anything. But I don't think they're anyone but you know what one of us in the audience gets vaccinated from a. You know, a corona virus vaccine this year on DH, then you know they have to talk about once they do get to market. The equitable distribution and who gets it first, and, you know, there's just so many things and red case that we still have to go through. You know the data that this Oxford study showed it showed that at the end by responses were greater, and people who had been given two doses of the vaccine, so I'm wondering, you know if it's setting the stage, perhaps that you have to get Ah, you know a vaccination and then sort of a boost a second dose of some point So I don't know. I don't know. I don't think we know the answer to anything yet, but certainly a It is good news. The 30,000 testing that we talked about eyes undergone now with Madonna. So you know, hopefully, several months we had we'd have Some results. And you know some good news. I
"jules" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Out public safety on the on the on the business side. Looking to practice some incentives that they also looking to make that trump trump aside can help them out and things like that so. Does, this. So they'll be taking it taking you up on that yet, or we ought to get somewhere and actually so listeners. Thank you for joining us. Thank you very much. Still all gills contact details will be on the web page as is now we should use to the drill now and we're gonNA. We're GONNA. Say Thank you very much to jewel's. Our main and having may very well. Come on, we'll. We'll see online somewhere sued. Nights out. Suggest, we just spent some time talking with Jules Taylor out of TATUM APA and I found it quite interesting to hear all the different range of services that Jules Office. And what did you take away from mass? I. Think it's really interesting to hear about different Va's and the type of services, and how jewels since April to plant lots of different experiences for her previous walking life. Of of sports another travel her experiences travel agent and her love of a coded diary. I'm blend them into. Business that she's now made successful. On the inaugural members when she first started out, and she wasn't posting, asked Hey, maybe she have lucky in groups of things as she got older foundations rights. Until she was ready to take that job. Quick the open launch properly hours I was certainly very impressed, very impressed by by that actually in our first interview. When we talked about Manda, she talked about do your research. I'm not small. I kind of took out of. Its Gills talks a lot about the amount of research. She did fool. She took late will before she decided. Has Direction of travel that word again so. That travel would and and the fact that she can help. The VA's Buki chuckles fullback clients, which must be quite. It's quite specialized. I ended up down Robert. Hell if I'm looking at chocolate options. Does Mahajan after a while we. Do that He's really good at but bookings that that takes me into talking about our APP or Talking to of the week and we're talking brought bookings. This week. About. What kind of systems do we use to book our appointments? So of course we'll use what most of US use. Either applicant OJ sweets are. We can invite individuals to meetings through our candidates I it apple you a meeting, invite sensing in sweet or even Google. Map and we can rock paper. Soleil things like that, but what about way you need? Need to have and offer an option to clients cool with you, which is either a charged crueler for me might retraining, or it might be discovery. Cool by the fear attached. Sir, how how? How do we do that kind of software systems? Do we use Lhasa? Let's kick off with. What do you use antique to to get your constant time of year? I am. Trialing Microsoft bookings the basements. Over My. Years as a va I have tried out of range of tools, commonly acuity shedule tend to make his one that I quite like a used that with specific clients. The I work quiz. Are like Mike so bookings integrates with everything, but I find just not why. No quite there, their interns of the functionality competitive with those dedicated tool so. While! I'm trialing eight I. Don't know whether I will actually slow vity corrupt former. How about you? Shelly? Well as you know, I, am a Microsoft Gal. I am an office three six five lover I. Really Do love full I could just that a and I was very excited when they launched bookings, which is probably about company years ago now. I did use it for a while. bat like you say I'll have said found.
Real Madrid win La Liga for 34th time
"Madrid are champions. Champions of Lollygag for a thirty four time this after they defeat be a real two to one. We're joined by Julian Iran and GAB MARCATTI JEWELS I'll start with you Real Madrid at the beginning of the restart. We said it was very likely they would have to win every single game to overtake Barcelona. They've done it and they've done it so easily clinched the league match still to be played. You're right and winds of ten, and there were two points behind boss, not when restarted Lalita. What six weeks ago, something and then they were just unstoppable. They may maybe not always the most. Pleasant towards attacking wise, but so efficient in both boxes so solid defensively. This is the best remedy defense for for the last thirty years, and that was always the plan from Sudan. Is Priority to win our league this season. He promised it. He delivered it and he did it in a very different way than the other titles before that club this this one was built on being very strong, defensively, being very well organized playing as a team and then relying on Wednesday march the goal. Benzene has been fantastic all season. And the defense has been fantastic or season to Wayne Gordon Veyron and says almost at the bag, the two full as well they've been. They've been pretty special I think and on these eleven heightened for eleven title in two hundred nine again. That's one i. told every Nineteen Games. He's putting credible down I don't believe you're all Madrid. Have trailed since the restart. How impressed with their? Performance. have been very good and I think even when people will flag up certain games where they got the rub of the green with with severe and whatnot by I agree with Jules, you look beyond that this is almost another level of around Madrid. It's almost as if when you think about it. The GALACTICO era is well and truly over in the sense that. Korean bedroom is tastic as he was he. He's an Galactico type as much as he is. A warrior hard hat tight you go through the team beaten hazard for most of the season Gareth Bale once again missing in action, other Michigan's on the bench. except for Tony Crows MoD modern as well off the bench a lot of the time we saw a lot of rotation. We saw a lot of grit. We saw a lot of efficiency we saw. I think aside of of Sedan, who previously was seen as just kind of like a a man manager, a guy who didn't necessarily get to involve not screw things up and just let the players play. We saw a guy who is actually very actively coaching when the injured guys came back. You've worked in back in and I. Think in some ways this might be the most satisfying. Of the of the titles that that's it down as one. Jewel so much has been made in recent days. Officials VR helping out Real Madrid even with your Barcelona ways. Will you discredit that argument here? Think, they were the best team all season really since the loss against my. Tober, I they. They've been on another level really in terms of. The results of course the way they were playing. Pretty much everything they did was almost perfect, and even with the pandemic and break they can by flying. As we said with those ten Wayne's, there were so well prepared far better prepare than boss or not folks up. What both fitness wise and tactically as well and I think Don deserves it off great. See Dan priority because he still feels that it doesn't get the credit deserves and what he did before in the past, lally, gainfully seventeen of research I'm visiting in a row that people never praised him enough really sort of our, but you've got Chris overnight. All you've got wet players and you've got a team that was winning before own that kind of stuff and I. Think this one for him will always be very special because he did it. Maybe as we sit in a very different way, but also him as a as a man as manager was very different, and the personal that you especially without Christianity was very different, and I think he will you take? I think far more prides in in many ways to of one this one especially considering that remedy warning since two thousand seventeen. The would always have a very special taste for him this one.
Knock and Announce
"In two thousand fourteen, a woman was pulled over by Myrtle beach police in Myrtle beach South Carolina. The woman was black and the police said they pulled over because of a tail light. They found a small amount of marijuana in her car and she was given the option to avoid charges if she told them where she got marijuana. As one officer later put it, she was asked quote who she knows. She, says she did know someone, but she didn't know his full name. She only knew him as Jules. My name is Julian bitten and right now. I'm in a Conway South Carolina. The police drove the woman to Julian Buttons apartment. They wired her with a hidden video camera and audio recorder, and then they gave her a hundred dollars and told her ass. Julian button to sell her marijuana. Julian is black and in two thousand fifteen. He was thirty years old. It was a friend of Mario de time girlfriend it was. She had some problems after father who died, so she had a medical discharge from the military. And she had asked me for some and I gave her some in first, and they told her to come back and buy from me, so that's what she did. The woman came out with what police recorded as approximately seven grams of marijuana. She'd done what the officers asked her to do, but something had gone wrong with the video recording. So they waited a few weeks, gave her hundred more dollars and drove her back to Julian Ben's house. What I didn't expect her to come back and buy. That was kind of strange that she came back and wanted to buy was like okay. We'll hear what that's not naming. are this ain't something is going become a habit? She would for her because I knew her situation I don't know I think I think she was pretty much more scared than anything when police stopped. If, they if she didn't give some if she didn't give a person gave. It's award that she was going to go to jail and Louis, her military benefits. On the second visit. The woman bought approximately eight grams. And there a video recording. This gave officers from the Fifteenth Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit probable cause to get a search warrant for Julian Ben's apartment. The Fifteenth Circuit Drug, enforcement. Unit pulls together. Officers for multiple police departments across Ori- and Georgetown counties in South Carolina. It stated intention is to create a multi jurisdictional multi-agency task force to address major drug enterprises. When you look at the operational plan, the Drug Enforcement Unit created for their search of Julian Buttons apartment. The first thing you see is their insignia. Large drawing of a skull and crossbones in front of a marijuana leaf. There's also a sword and a lightning bolt. Underneath that her a sort of motto. Serving Our community. One dealer at a time. I'm phoebe judge. This is criminal. Julian vet lived in a building with four apartments in Myrtle beach. On April sixteenth two thousand fifteen. Just before three o'clock in the afternoon, his next door neighbor Santos Garcia was outside working on his moped. Julie Ben was inside playing video games. Julian pause the game to go to the bathroom. And upon coming out of my bathroom, I hear, allow bone and I'm thinking my name upstairs. Neighborhood dropped something. That's all heard. Was it would okay? What are you doing? Upstairs was kind of a thought, but as I'm looking up getting ready to say that my aparicio's se objects coming at me in my living room. So, I'm trying to process de step back and reach for my gun because it was terrifying with the hell. Is this and I mean it was just a reflex. Be Reaching for my first first thing defense. Did you hear a knock debate. Announce themselves. No no, not at all. No. The next door neighbor cintos Garcia said that he'd been standing there and all of a sudden several cars appeared. He, said quote. A white car pulled up into my front yard. Right in front of me. One of the men who got out of it pointed a rifle directly at me. I was told to get down and I immediately did. I was five feet from Julian's front porch and door. Without stopping several of the men who had just arrived immediately went up into Julian's front porch and bastion his door. None of the men announced that they were police. no-one knocked on his door. No one waited any period of time for him to come to the door. And then Santos. Garcia said within two seconds of the men bashing Julian's door. I heard multiple gunshots that sounded like automatic weapons.
Jules Feiffer On Writing Picture Book Sequel After Two Decades
"We're here to talk specifically about your latest book, it's a picture book. It's called Smart George I WanNa talk about that and about many other things, but let's start with smart George, which is a a sequel of sorts to bark George, which was an earlier picture book that came out in Nineteen, ninety nine. What made you want to go back and revisit this dog well? I wanted to go back basically gross, essentially a year or two later because I love the character George I thought there was more to do with. It was never far from my mind as the years went by, and I had no look and coming up with the ideas that. Somehow George would would make a comeback because he. He was favorite characters. I thought I could do more with them and. Finally Twenty nine years later will actually took. Say, twenty seven, because it's twenty nine now, but couple of years ago I live on the east end of Long Island and I had to go into New York for something I really didn't want to do. I can no longer drive because of a condition with my eyes. So in the hired car, taking me into the cities or something I hated to do I, thought well I'm GonNa make something pleasant out of this trip I. Don't have a sequel George by the time we return. And so, that was my mission, and by the time we turned I had I had written the sequel. Excellent so for people that aren't familiar with George, and of course you really want to see George to understand him. Who is this character? Why did you want to go back to him? First of all, it was tempting the first place because it was the most accessible. My picture books I mean I've loved equally all my picture books, and I would that all of them had sold as well as judged. It but George was. A bestseller right from the beginning first of all, it was a great read. Aloud Book and people love to hear it read. You could recite it without going to the text. When I went to schools to speak to children and I love doing that I loved entertaining with George and George was also fun to draw. He was easy to draw in big bold strokes. It was the simplest drawing up to that point that I had done for kids. There was no downside
"jules" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"Damaged takes because you know. Everyone likes to quote him. Okay about you know a Orion is. Is the actions of the unheard well. Yeah, I mean. How many times do you have to screen? Stop killing us, stop killing us, or I can't breathe. Before you do something. Absolutely I I, I think the same happen here right where it's like we didn't have any charges. Yeah I, think they got fired pretty quickly. But there are no charges for several days until these demonstrations, and then all of a sudden magically there were charges it seems to be. That may be one of the reasons among many that you know the media and and I guess. Mainstream white culture kind of focuses on. the writing is to try to discredit, but also maybe they know it works. A yeah. It's a shame, isn't it? I mean it does it does take that sometimes right I mean it's not just the squeaky wheel, but also the the smoke that that comes with the flames. Yeah. Do you think a lot of what I've seen on? Twitter lately? Does talk about how bad you know. There are plenty of memes in examples of people white, explaining mlk to to elk. Kay's descendants oftentimes What do you think you know is the big? Yeah I mean. Didn't support him by the way back then like nobody's awful. No, no, no of course I mean there's a tremendous amount of quote mining that happens with with mlk. And mlk didn't live within a vacuum. Civil Rights movement. Was Not just. Because of Mlk, there were plenty of additional voices. The stokely Carmichael the Malcolm X.. Of Romances, etc James Baldwin, I'm so many names that and different ideologies by the way, not not everyone has held a. Non Violent. Ideology or approach to trying to liberal liberate African Americans so even if we just focus on. On, mlk. Despite being the most of the nonviolent, despite only speaking out and promoting nonviolent actions in protest, that still was not good enough. He was murdered. So when you take a look at someone like Colin Kaepernick be didn't get shot, but I've seen the death threats. I mean listing less than less than maybe people were setting. Their shoes in the property and everything else on fire, because of ninety that will boycotting Nike etc and people were making public death threats to him just like they were. With. With the whole. What's? Will Be. We'll be burgess if you if you remember the story of Ruby Bridges. Yet, familiar I don't think that little girl. Little girl, who while broader? Education Louisiana, they tried to bring her into an integrated school and. Remember the story and what was totally just crazy about stories they had to hold. The, the location of which school that she was going to be brought into. Secret because they knew the second that they brought her there. I mean in education I mean how how silent protest is going to be showed up to to get an education and the second shoot up. She showed up the school completely emptied out. No white I mean the lies like a school of five hundred completely emptied out. Parents would like I. Am not sending my kids. Into a school with that thing so much so that you had parents, but she had to. She had to bring a Sandwich Appeal PM. J. Sandwich for that entire year because one of the secret service members. Overheard one. The parents say that they were going to. Poison her food in the cafeteria and they couldn't control access to the food. Have this child who is dealing with death threats from adults who are seething just for her because of her existence. Because, it challenged an idea challenged the status quo. That's how much we have. A society down wants to hold onto power. Yeah God word story and you know what I WANNA. Remind like you know my white listeners here like this isn't in you. Know the sixteen hundreds, or or like you know this Is Still Alive and is sixty five years old. Yes. She's she's younger. She's ten years younger than my parents. Yeah, exactly Schaumburg, my mother, the idea that this some bygone era you know and that there isn't still so much it firsthand experience and pain from from you know, forget about today for a moment from the fifties and sixties still alive like living now these people are alive. Now. These people had kids, and have you know have raised kids under these like mayor? Experience like this is so recent. It's unbelievable that anyone could think this was all solved. In two thousand eight. When we elected a black president like somehow that. Yeah, that meant we were fixed. It yeah, in fact, you're absolutely you're absolutely right. When it comes to how recent it is we'll be bridges is younger than my mom. And Yada. My one of my kids and I got a chance to just sit there and speak with her not long ago. Yes, she's very young young woman. Sixties I'm an. Just. Like you know an older sister, so this is right around the corner. When it comes to our history, a blink of an eye and Her mom still alive, and so the parents, the yeah, so the parents the ones that were screaming at her seething. Some of them are still alive. Her teacher, the one that by the way was interested in what's. About Her story and big book about as well I she goes around and she does speak to schools, and and does various charity events talks about story, but the teacher that that they had to fly in because no teachers in the entire district with teacher. Wa- none of none of them. None of them. nope, not gonNA, do it they they had to fly in someone from Boston who was regularly speaking to the president of the United States to ensure the safety of her back end and per student. So her first. This was kindergarten her first year won't because she had been taught by someone from the East Coast Specifically Boston What the very next year when the schools were integrated, everyone pretended like the year before it didn't happen by the way just completely didn't happen right because you know. Does the school didn't meltdown or anything like that? And you know what it was the law of the land. She had a boss. She had a slight Bostonian accent and In the South! You know when she's talking to. Her teachers and some of the people some of her peers. They're completely making fun of her etc, so she to deal with that, you know. Whether, you're following. Such an interesting story, yeah! You know I wanna.
"jules" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Thank you with a little bit of that we would the see see see thank you for coming my name was omitted correct the you'll do you'll those schools Jules morning everybody's DJ.
What Cocaine Tells Us About Depression
"Today on sixty seconds side. What cocaine tells us about? Depression come starts now in this study in Cardoso and colleagues followed five hundred eighty five patients who appeared to have Yuna polar depression on the mini structured interview when they followed them up later after an average of years twelve percent had converted to bipolar disorder. The risk of conversion bipolar was three and a half times higher in those with a lifetime. History of cocaine use although they were careful to ensure that these new bipolar patients had mainly as our hypo mania during times of sobriety they admit that cocaine can cause persistent changes in the brain. That may mimic mania even during abstinence. The results are in line with prior studies. Which have found that even after rigorous testing every year one in twenty five people with depression convert the bipolar. The same rate they came up with and that substance abuse increases the risk for example. There's a large epidemiologic study where Jules xts and his colleagues found that co Morbidity Between Depression and Substance Use disorders was entirely explained by mixed features whether those mixed features occurred as part of full bipolar or a bipolar spectrum disorder like the Dsm five depression with mixed features people with bipolar disorder and substance abuse. More likely to present in a mixed state and more likely to respond to anti convulsants or atypical. Antipsychotic Stendhal
"jules" Discussed on WTVN
"Who Jules gassed was this morning but in the end he was echoing some of the commentary that Cameron Mitchell has set they have to be very careful especially like in the restaurant business about how they re open because I get people are so we got to get back to work well I I get it I love the rah rah attitude these restaurants are going to have two three four five cracks at this by the time they go out and buy their inventory if they go out and go balls to the wall and purchase all the food and drink and nobody fricking shows up they're gonna be screwed again and even though P. if you said people can go out and eat if people don't go out and eat and these guys can't fill the restaurants they're going to go down the tubes anyway so so we gotta do this carefully for them absolutely and the other thing to keep in mind is when when the restaurants do open you're probably going to be looking at maximum fifty percent capacity to they're not great even even if people were dying to get which I I think people are killed plenty of people are dying to get out meet all right you it doesn't matter you're not going to be able to see the same number tables you're not gonna have the same number check the number through so when you're standing there in line waiting for a table you're going to have to be six feet apart I mean ask it's the whole dog and pony show are you they just gotta be upset I agree I think I got a sneaking suspicion and to your point Dave man is that I I think we're in a kind of echoing what John Stevenson but in my head it was already bouncing around that I don't think we're gonna have a problem putting people in those restaurants the reluctant C. I believe is just going to be they'll be people that that experience that but I think they're going to be enough that are ready to give this a whirl especially the people who don't feel like they're in that quote unquote what you know the the the the the people who are more at risk I hope so but what I'm saying when that when that remark originates from a restaurant to work if it's not just me saying that it's coming from Cameron Mitchell side right right there's a much more credence to his words yeah and you know what though it does it all makes a lot of sense you're right and then the other the other thing that I actually and you know what actually I just lost my train of thought on that but anyway we'll we'll continue your calls if you guys want to weigh in and get your reaction on governor to wines soft re opening on may first and will continue that traffic and weather together from time star heating and cooling products here's Johnny hill looks like dot and police have cleared from a six seventy east of three fifteen they were dealing with was some debris here and I'd love to lease block for a short time but it they have clear there was reports that was actually high water accident also cleared on six seventy west near Fifth Avenue careful got another one working eye twenty three north near hills Miller up in Delaware County traffic sponsored by nature valley oats and honey crunchy bars if you love nature valley sweet salty bars.
Arsenal Crash Out of Europa League
"Kick things off in the League also against Olympiakos. What a dramatic ending to the game but also without one win in Greece. They didn't they make it through. However Olympia with council out in the second half of this game. See say with the go after avenue for what that would take us into extra-time a brilliant goal from Obama fantastic scissor-kick would make one one on the night two one on aggregate. That would be enough but then arriving in the last minute of extra time would score. That would see Olympia Costco through on the away. Goals robot away the late John Through family. And who you put your house on scoring. How did he puts it wide. Also out of the euro per league. We'll talk to the boys in the studio. And let's stop. Shall we Juliana wrong? Jules we know a big heart piece. Your heart isn't ps some of reserved for arsenal gutted. I think it's a tough nut to take forward the the author funds the of the way happened. Obviously with the the late Gore fall got goose and die by Obama young in the last minute of added time of extra time but also let's be honest. It was a poor performance. I think the attitude was no rights. They looked to be complacent. That no Sean Tiger. For the first one seventy five minutes of that game so in the end is the harsh defeat any Sahara eliminatation but also on the night tonight. There was just off the game too much. Who Do you blame more Stevia Pammy late missile David Lewis and he's defending? I think I think at the end of the day we'll mistakes as players and the players led from the mistakes and what dovid Louise didn't do. He didn't learn from his mistake with the first goal. Because you're in zone regardless of the opposition when the ball comes in your area you have to attack the ball. He didn't do it and didn't learn because the bulls flung again at the end of the game and he didn't attack it so at at an absolutely avid louise. It's an ongoing issue. Without defendants said pieces is a problem area for them and Wyoming end score is a great goal and even after all the struggles that you've had in this game he's gray goal and now you're through. All you have to see is the last two minutes of the match. And then that's it you're going to the next round. It wasn't pretty. It was it was. It must have been learning experience for us. And that's the way that I would have spun this whole story. But you're not able to defend properly said peace and then see you guys later take. Here's the other thing. I was here about Arsenal for whatever reason they thought that after winning the first game the first late one nothing that it was it was all done. That's the way they approach is game as if they had already advanced. The truth of the matter is that where arsenal is right now. They're not good enough to be complacent they're not good enough to like energy. They're not good enough to just be a team that is going to show up and you'll say now we just going to play around on. We'll see our way through to the next round. They're not good enough to be doing that. The players know that but the problem is that they cannot find any sort of consistency with their level of play. One day they look good the next day. They don't look so good one they look okay then the next day. Look what the one thing that they've been consistent about is poor defending set pieces Steve. I'll tell ya after the game. Lambasting his defense four goals conceded in last two matches from set pieces. Surely this is something you can work on in the training ground isn't it? I know that we talked about the personnel. The arsenal have and. It's not good enough but surely this is something you can actually physically help with. On a day to day train. You can work on the train and field all day every day seven days a week but if you have players who don't get it and they'll tell you they get but then they step on the field and continue to make the same mistakes and that's exactly what are still have been doing for the last two or three seasons defensively so the comes at time and I've been seeing all year long. The comes a time when it's not about the tactics or the coach. A suburb and Avid Louise. In particular has shown time and time again. He's making mistakes as a set of bike and it's cost and his team and until there's a change until Louise's moved that position and a better players and as you asked me you can walk all day long on an Infield but if you've got players who can't do the job isn't changing Joe's big picture. How big is this defeat for our so considering you up an argument was a great chance to qualify for the Champions League? Yes huge blow. Because of that obviously because that was maybe the easiest way because they can still finish fifth save city are buying for next. Season's Champions League they only four points behind but you would fancy that competition. So that's used blows so she's reforming ties went because he's a proper step back of why you've been trying to do and the resort. That been okay since he took over. There's been some improvement on the on. The field on the field going forward especially attacking wise defensively still issues and he has an address them well enough at the moment and avenue for him. It will be a setback and I think this issue tonight. Psychologically they go again on Monday night in the ETHICA. That's a hell of a tricky game away from home against a team that would have nothing to lose in a cup game in a hosted environments against the team that is playing really well in the lower leagues but also a team that would love that kept Gammon love trying to put more pressure on us on especially after tonight so the next few games will be very important for the where artists are trying to get his plays back on track for Monday. Night's
"jules" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Factor and that is the fact that this is your representative or or a real version all of of a recurring nightmare for me it absolutely terrifies me Jules when you're in the house and when it starts getting dark bill what do you do just get out of there well I always have been in the house of my own a couple of times and believe it or not both on both of those occasions the you know some other all this has occurred so you on you know on blowing the other really be in the house with all the people I have been in there off the rails for those who say there's always been lots of other people so there's been busy nesting scene I will there's always been the lease and and things that that would you know because I get to give me a degree of comfort but but as I've seen I well about spent any time in the house alone and I have a great deal of respect for for for you know this is like Richard who are prepared to go and you don't get to spend you know sleep upstairs much of that I'm not sure I could do that either that's what god good how can I mean you when I met was at the front door of the house and I've flown five thousand miles to meet bell amongst other things and the first thing he did when he stepped inside the house with talk to the coast and that he will you know that he's kind of addressing this guy and he said Hey it's me it's bill listen okay I'm a respectfully I'm just here to show Richard around given the keys okay and he was talking as you would to someone you really don't want to upset you know somebody else it was genuine fear and then the following day my brother Matthew came to visit my brother and I we rarely see each other because he's a sergeant in the British infantry Matthew came to the house with my nephew and my niece and what we're gonna come inside but big bully them into it and so he came in five to ten minutes from my brother has served in multiple combat zones you know he's the the brave and the good looking one in our family and he was like a cow on a hot tin roof he walked through the house he looked around he said I don't know how you're going to spend the night had brought this something in this house and it's it's C. Celtic yeah and and understand to my brother is about as down to us it's become he's not fanciful you know he doesn't he doesn't I can get all of the paranormal stuff that I do on the strange one in the family but he felt something in the house and he was out in ten minutes and and does not want to come back I guess you can't blame him not really all right stay with us you to we're gonna take a quick break but we will come back and talk more about your work the black monk of Pontefract it's a scary situation Richard has several other books out there and his website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com we'll talk more with him and bill about the situation and some of the work that they've both been doing it's scary I'm not sure I would spend the night in that house either I don't blame Bill **** don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief.
Difference Between a Maker and an Engineer in the Maker Movement
"Been this series of articles by a fellow who we've talked about on the show before Michael Mola's Hugh who's thankfully been around for quite a while and has not walked away like so many others have because they didn't get rich quick or something But he he's sticking to it and he's been writing a series of articles about the maker movement since make media went kind of bankrupt. They've re the make media folks have reinvented themselves into nonprofit and from what we hear Dale dougherty the guy who He didn't actually started. He started with The fellows O'Reilly Timaru Riley and Tim O'Reilly said ticket. And he got up and left and made his own little thing and and he and from what we hear. He has taken his own money and purchased from the holders. The people that owned the the properties to everything To get at the content and the titles and the names and things so supposedly Dale dougherty. Now Kinda owns it and what we hear. He's looking at making it into a nonprofit which sounds good. I think that might be the better way to go. And we'll talk about why in a second but mister you has kind of featured What's been happening to this? I'm using my finger. Air Quotes Maker Movement One thing about Mr use articles that he's never really stated explicitly and we would like to is the distinct and explicit difference between a maker and an engineer. So let's make something clear. People have been making things for quite a while. We've had the wheel for a while. Now it's just a few years. I didn't get invented when make make magazine came out. You know the fact. We've had these people. These strange beings go by the handle engineer for quite a while. Now but what's the difference between an engineer and a maker and there is a difference. I mean you can be an engineer and a maker of course sure but we believe that. There is an explicit distinction. That makes a person a maker versus engineer. And that's a person who's making something just for the sake of making it. They're not making it to meet a specific objective for some external pressure. Thing like you got to make this. They're not they're not. There's no gold. There's no necessarily a contract or a thing that has to be fixed because nobody really needs a life-size animated giraffe that they can drive around make refer cool and nobody really needs a giant statue with flames coming out of who knows what orphans. You really don't have. Don't give them any ideas. And if we look at the roots of the even the maker Faire and make media they themselves went to the artists from the burning men community and brought them in along with the folks who were the. What do you call them again? The the Jules Verne fanatics that water steam pulse team. And they do things just for the sake doing for the fun of it for the art of it for their motion of it and and we believe that defines a maker. That's what makes them maker and there's some differences in that in that light because now a maker does not necessarily mean they're an engineer. They could be an artist. Could be musician. They could just be a ten year old kid. Who's not sure what? What are your she wants to be or do that. But it sounds like fun to make this thing. That could be fun. It would be cool water. Some of the more impressive things you see more. Technically complex things you see are being made by people who are in their day jobs engineers and some of the ten year old kids grow up to become engineers because they were inspired by it in their in their youth. But but yeah. I think you're right in the. The central motivation is different now. Going to a university and interviewing some engineering. Phd's about the maker Movement. Is that kind of problematic? Because are they makers well? Yeah they're makers doing things for the fun of it. Some of them are the market. They've they've got their their budgets. They have to meet. They've got their students that got to teach the their goal directed there. I mean they could be makers they monto sit back and develop something fun. That's well within the realm of reality for them but that's not that's not their career. They're not making a career as a quote maker. Very few people do right. And as such what has to question if the whole idea of a maker movement makes sense for a financial endeavor probably not Does the maker Movement make sense as the basis for stem Maybe to get the initial interest. Yeah it's motivating that would be great but as the foundation for Stem I. I don't I don't think so. I think traditional education environments are essential for stem. You still have to learn the basics you still have to have the foundations all right and to be an engineer. You still have to know details that most makers just don't want to sweat sure but you can you can when you're trying to get kids motivated to learn stuff showing them you know some application of it that that interests them. Yes is much much more important. Oh Yeah Oh sure I mean I. It's it's in my opinion. It's a lot more fun than shooting at Aliens on screen sure area. But but I mean I I I show my kids. You know something that they're interested in. They're interested in building. Somebody I say okay well. Here's here's you know how you start but then you need your math. You Gotta learn this math in order to do this process. You know all right. So there's some motivation to learn some math skills that ordinarily most young folks say. Why do I need this? Yeah well you need it. In order to make the bullet go further right exactly. The Little Arrow go further at that. Get that piece to fit better. Whatever and this was never made clear by Mr you in any of his articles each simply kind of like most of the make media related kind of stuff just kind of glossed over the fact that there is a big difference between Disciplined Foundation Engineering and shoot from the hip having fun maker. Let solder it together and see if it works. It doesn't make is not synonymous with open source. No I don't agree with that Open source has a strong engineering foundation. All Open source came came from the software world. I mean I remember the early. Pdp Lebanon's they. The deck people sat here. It's open source that you could play with it and do whatever you want with it. But in the end we want in right and a lot of that is happening in this commune. This word. Yeah we do see that So it's not automatically you know. Open source equals maker. No I don't agree with that But there is overlap. Yeah definite overlap But that doesn't equate open source does not equate to the maker.
"For Your Reconsideration" Week
"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration
Acciari Scores With 5.6 Seconds Left, Panthers Beat Wild 5-4
"This is the second of a back to back for the wild they scored the equalizer with about four minutes ago and then no a Charlie who has just burst out of his career best season previously with Boston in his first season here with the Florida Panthers got his eighteenth on a reflection with six seconds six seconds ago last night to give Minnesota what was a five four all right give Florida which was a five four victory over the Minnesota wild up to the Twin Cities however Jules team defensively still looking for its way their twenty fifth in goals against average they are number six on the power play they scored in five consecutive games but number twenty three on the penalty kill four goals allowed their last three contest meantime on the opposite side of things box belly killed up to six the league the power play at number twenty
The Nine Sticks feat. Nikesh Patel and Maulik Pancholy
"I'm Rebecca Sheer and welcome to circle round or storytime happens all the time today. Our story is called then nine sticks versions of this tale companies. I'm from the South Asian country of India where it's one of many legends featuring beer ball a wise adviser to an emperor long ago Some really great people came together to bring you our adaptation of this Folk Tale including Kesh Patel and mullick potentially grownups ups you might recognize Nikisch Patel from four weddings and a funeral on Hulu. And you know Molly controlling from thirty rock on NBC and Vincent for on the Disney Channel. He's also the author of the new young adult novel. The best added a circle around everyone for the nine sticks. So as the highest ruler in the land the emperor resided in a spacious Chris Stone Palace with throngs of obedient servants and so many riches and treasures. It would take all one thousand of his elephants elephants to carry them the emperor's most precious riches and treasures or his jewels glittering gold crowns sparkling Ling silver anklets radiant ruby earrings. The glistening gems were so dear to the emperor that he kept them locked away in a cavernous vault hidden beneath the palace. Only ten people had a key to that vault the emperor himself plus nine attendants who had a very very special job. Every time the emperor wished to wear a piece of jewelry be it a glimmering necklace. I want my emerald doc pendant the one shaped like a peacock or a shimmering bracelet. How about those polling crusted bangles? They looked glorious with this new robe he would call one of his nine attendants to go and fetch it to get to the vault. The attendant had to push through a secret hole in the wall. Then they had to run down a hidden set of stairs and unlock a heavy steel door. Once they entered the vault they would seek out which ever jewel the emperor desired. Bring it back to the great rulers chamber. Then help him put it on as he admired himself in the mirror. My mind marvelous marvelous absolutely marvelous. One day the emperor decided he would wear a thick gold ring. Set with a dazzling diamond into the size of an apricot. The ring had been passed down in his family from generation to generation and the emperor considered it to be his greatest best treasure so he asked one of his nine attendance to fetch the ring from the vault but when the attendant came back the great ruler was flabbergasted flabbergasted to hear that the ring wasn't there what my greatest treasure is missing. Can't be that sin for another attendant. Let let them try so a second attendant journey to the vault to look for the ring and like the first attendant claimed it was nowhere to be found come. That ring. Didn't just get up and walk away due to that. Volt is as thick as the trunk of abundant tree. But then a third attendant reported the ring was gone seriously as did a fourth. You must be joking and a fifth. What all the way down to ninth? By now while the emperor was so exasperated. He threw his trembling hands in the air. This is unacceptable. Obviously you're not searching hot enough. I'll go down there and bring back the ring myself. So the emperor grabbed his key marched down to the ball and spent hours sifting fifteen through his vast collection of jewels until at last he collapsed in a heap. Go It's true. My greatest treasure sir is gone. There's only one thing left to do. Cool via Baugh. Beerbaum was the emperor's favourite advisor the wise is and witty man was famous for his razor sharp intellect and was the first person the emperor called whenever he had a problem. He couldn't solve a question he couldn't dancer or a puzzle. He couldn't crack as the emperor told the beer ball his latest dilemma. The shrewd advisor listened carefully scratching scratching his Chin and nodding his head by the time the emperor finished his story. Beer balls. Brilliant mind was already hard at work. uh-huh very interesting. Kindly remind me Your Imperial Highness. Who in this palace holds a key to the vault of Jules? Well I do of course plus my nine jewelry attendance and all nine of them gave their word that the ring isn't there. I understand understand that Sir but just because they gave you their word doesn't mean you have to take it. The emperor cocked his head. What do you mean? While I'm afraid to say it your Imperial Majesty. The airball leaned forward. But your ring has been stolen stolen stolen. The emperor's jaw dropped open. It can't be I'm afraid. Can and one of your nine jewelry attendance is the culprit. But leave everything to me Sir and you will see your greatest
"jules" Discussed on 710 WOR
"That's where my mother was born so my grandmother train me when I was younger I got to say to her house for a year because I was ill with a slight case of TV and she worked with me that was tossed in those days too yeah it was but I got through it well good for you it is exciting about what we can do for us so you know what I'm excited about the message that I want to give to everybody is how you can take control of your life you feel bother to meditate and bother to listen to your inner voice people are in such a rage right now and they're so angry and that's part of the consciousness is part of the fear what's going to happen I don't know if I'm gonna live tomorrow is there going to be an exchange if you could just get quiet and go within and takes the time during this eclipse to visualize and see what you want to bring to yourself this year and if you said the thought there if you if you plant your seeds and set your thoughts it will manifest and is going to manifest faster than you ever thought now you've been a master spiritual teacher for a long time this will tell me a little bit about that what do you do there thank you Jules counseling and I help people that are confused and mixed up or in fear and they'll come to me and they'll come to me maybe for reading and they won't realize how involved their decisions are in their life and that part of what's happening to them is their decisions.
"jules" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Today in true crime is supported by better help. Online counseling people often portray their happiest self to others. Whether it's at work or on social media we often make it appear that we have everything figured out but a lot of times. We don't I know that I don't and if you're like me it's not always easy to ask for help and find signed counseling. This is where better help can help you. Better help offers. Licensed counselors who specialize in a variety of issues including depression and anxiety things. I eighty as well as trauma anger family relationships and so many others and if finding a counselor that lives close to you has been an issue. Better help allows you to connect privately with your counselor through text chat phone and video calls. You can get help at your own pace and on your own time and and best of all you can get help. At an affordable rate today in true crime listeners will get ten percent off their first month with Discount Code today in true a crime. That's better help dot com slash today in true crime. Why not get help better help dot com slash today in true crime now back to the story? On December nineteenth nineteen eighty eighty. Three to unknown thieves broke into the Brazilian football. Confederation's Rio de Janeiro offices went to the third floor assaulted faulted the nightwatchman and stole the jewels. Remai- trophy the original trophy has never been recovered. But the extraordinary history history of the jewels Romay trophy began long before its infamous. Nineteen eighty-three theft. I given to Uruguay in nineteen thirty. The trophy was originally named victory. After the Greek goddess it was modelled on designed by the French sculptor Abell of floor. The trophy was is approximately fourteen inches high and weighed just under eight and a half pounds. It was made of Sterling. Silver enshrined in gold plaguing and sat on an octagon base made of lapis Lazuli in nineteen thirty eight. Italy won the World Cup and the trophy was is housed in Rome. When World War Two broke out? The trophy was still in Rome. But the president of the Italian Football Federation. Oh Torino Barassie. She feared that the Nazis would steal it as they had done with so many other famous works of art so Barassie snatched the trophy out of the bank where it was is being held and hit it in his home. Nazi soldiers eventually caught wind of Barossa scheme and searched his house but but they didn't do a thorough job. They never checked the shoebox under the bed so the trophy survived the war unharmed in nineteen forty six it was renamed the Jews remai- after the president of Viva who passed the vote to create the World Cup for the next twenty years. It bounced back and forth between European victors and South American. Victors but when it came time for the nineteen eighteen sixty six world cup. The trophy was nowhere to be found. The nineteen eighty-three the three heist wasn't the first time someone stole the Jewels Remain Trophy on March twentieth. Nineteen sixty six three months before for the tournament was to begin. The trophy was on display during a stamp exposition at Westminster Central Hall in London. When the guards went to check on the trophy around noon they discovered? It was missing despite the heavy foot traffic at the exhibition. No one saw the theft. Take place a few days later. Joe mears the President of Britain's Football Association received a ransom demand. The demand was sent it by a man calling himself Jackson and he wanted fifteen thousand pounds. The police set up a sting operation to bring in Miss Jackson Jackson and successfully arrested a man named Edward Benchley but they quickly discovered he didn't have the trophy on March twenty seventh nineteen sixty six seven days after the jewels. romay trophy was first stolen. David Corbett took his black and white Collie Ali pickles out for a walk in their south London neighborhood. Pickles attention was focused on something near Corbett's neighbors car when Corbett went to go see what all the fuss was about. He noticed something wrapped in newspaper. It was the Jews Ra may trophy to this day. It remains a mystery as to how the trophy wound up on the street in south London. Pickles was hailed as a national hero. Oh but not. Everyone was delighted by the adorable end of the fiasco. Brian Tobel the head of the Brazilian Sports Confederation famously said it would never have happened in Brazil. Even Brazilian thieves love football. And would never commit this. This sacrilege those words would come back to haunt him. In nineteen seventy Brazil won the World Cup for the third time Jules romay himself had declared that whichever country was the first to win the tournament three times would be given the right to house the trophy in perpetuity pituitary so a new trophy. The now iconic fee World Cup trophy was created and first awarded the nineteen seventy four World World Cup as for the jewels. Romay for thirteen years. It stayed in Rio de Janeiro until December Nineteenth Nineteen nineteen eighty three when word got out that the jewels remain trophy had been stolen. The world was shocked. The head of the Brazilian Football Bowl Confederation made a public plea for its return declaring that the spiritual value of the cup is far greater than its material wealth breath on December twentieth the day after the robbery to unnamed men were arrested for the crime according to Martin Atherton and his book the theft of the jewels remain trophy the hidden history of the nineteen sixty six World Cup. These two men were former janitors. At the Brazilian Zillion Football Confederation Atherton also states that when the night watchman was questioned by the police his story was oddly contradictory leaving them to believe the robbery was actually an inside job. Although it's unclear if the night watchman was ever arrested Arrests Russ aside the authorities. Couldn't track down the trophy. The jewels Romay trophy was never seen again. After December nineteenth eighteenth nineteen eighty-three there several theories as to the ultimate fate of the trophy eighty but the most widely accepted is that it was melted down and sold as hunks of gold and Silver Atherton claims that the value of the trophies. Oh fees gold plating at the time was around thirteen thousand dollars which would be around thirty three thousand five hundred dollars today but only time will tell if the jewels remai- trophy survived. Its nineteen eighty-three theft. Perhaps it will be unearthed in in an antique shop. Perhaps it will be discovered in a shoe box under a bed. Perhaps another dog will save the day or or perhaps the Jews remained trophy will remain lost a mystery for the rest of time. Thanks for listening to today in true. Crime I'm Vanessa. Richardson today in in true. Crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only spotify. I already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today and true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today and true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at park cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast I and twitter at par cast network. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime. Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network it is produced by Max Ron Cutler sound design by Andy Weights with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden Freddie Beckley and Joel Stein. This episode today in true crime was written by Joe Gara- With it's writing assistance by Maggie admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson..
"jules" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jules tells ABC news it's related to bars investigation into the origins of the Russia pro sources telling our team of bill Barr went to Italy last week to meet with senior intelligence officials there as part of the justice department's investigation into the origins of the Russia probe nearly three years after this election is a something president trump is still fixated on but Democrats are likely to be in a rage by this they will see this is an example of president trump using his office to advance his personal political gain ABC news senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani says he's weighing his options as house Democrats issue was subpoenas seeking documents on Ukraine as part of an impeachment inquiry stemming from a whistle blower complaint guiliani tonight on fox news Hannity program fiber defending a terrorist they'd be going crazy that I was called before a Senate committee all those civil liberties groups to be saying right to counsel how can they intimidate a lawyer is fearless pursuit of trying to find justice guiliani has until October fifteenth to provide the documents jury deliberations resume tomorrow in the murder trial of a former Dallas police officer who shot or neighboring closing arguments prosecutors portrayed amber Geiger as a murderer who had already made up her mind that she was going to kill the person she heard rustling around inside her apartment turns out it wasn't her apartment at all judge Tammy camp has given the jury a choice alongside murder our our price that a person commits the offense of manslaughter if she breathlessly Carl is that you have an individual a manslaughter conviction would carry a maximum twenty year sentence the maximum for murder would be life in prison Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas officials in New Mexico City rescues.
"jules" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"I call them the instagram brands. You know what if you're active on instagram you're just flooded with better auctions in any category you demonstrate great interest in. You've never heard any of these companies. It's happening well beyond c._p._g. It's just that that industries very well. Metrics compared to swimsuit suit swimsuits is a specific example giving you there is no woman on the planet wants to buy swimsuit. It's never fun. I've bought to some suits on instagram instagram swimsuit because the style they're legitimately radically different than anything i've ever seen in my whole life crazy right but a little company whose hurdle rate for the first year of sales might be one million or five million dollars compared to an existing brand needs fifty eight hundred million you know the that this is really the world's waster than athlete yeah one of my favorite examples of this and we had him on the podcast have become a huge fan. His name is john mcdonald and he's the <hes> the founder of a outfit called semi handmade and the category is a new category of <hes>. I think he just calls them. Ikya hackers and here's a simple insight and it happened. He was a frustrated actor and writer and director and so forth living in l. a. <hes> and he took up carpentry to try to make money and he started doing cabinetry and so forth and a customer said hey have you ever thought about doing custom front ends for archea backs. 'cause i guess you can buy them in pieces and so this company semi handmade is now incredibly successful inc five hundred growing fast growing company <hes> my wife's actually used them because she's a home designer and builder. That's how i really got to know them and they're just crushing rushing because they saw this window which is hey. The ikea's stuff is great. It's just you know if you want something. A little more special on the front end the system works great but they only have whatever options and if you want something more customer and whatever and so they they saw this niche that was an unmet need they began to evangelize it and they call the company semi handmade because the fronts are handmade and the backs of course right kia and to your point on instagram <hes> one of the things john shared with me as part of how they've grown is they have a product that lends itself to photography you take a picture of a beautiful kitchen and it sort of cortisol can speak for itself and people see stuff on instagram and bam. It's been a a big part of how they've grown. The business great that sounds great advocate instagram is the closest thing to <hes> <hes> helping these companies in the world s to gromit like i haven't seen any other platform. Do some sun measure what we do. It's exciting. Honestly how very cool anything else jewels before we wrap nita so on on the show. I want to thank you for your work. You're clearly showing a path to inventors and entrepreneurs filling giant hole and i also want to thank you for writing this wonderful book. I hope lots of people read it. I enjoyed it very much and i really appreciate the difference as you're making the world thanks chris. I appreciate your having the on. It's really great. Thank you jules well. I sure hope you enjoyed dot conversation with jules. I'm <hes>. I'm so glad you were with me for it now. My friends at net sweet are trusted by over eighteen thousand growth oriented organizations chris tabuchi the director of operations at honey stinger <hes> <hes> who you might know. They're the folks that make those yummy organic foods for athletes alike them when i go skiing or mountain biking. <hes> says that ed quote the biggest difference net sweet has made for us is the.
"jules" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"Nobody's looking for the brands i mean bond dick is not as memorable a squat the body so even if you've heard of it. You're probably gonna knock wanted searched. After we've introduced it to the community. You're not going to search for botox searched by what the heck can gromit. Tell me about this. You probably gonna real remember u._v. Light u._v. cure u._b. Adhesive and search that and so we'll see like zero search for serge traffic for something like bond dicker squatty potty before we launch it and then slowly will start to seek category search category search because names names are usually not. It's memorable as descriptions. Yes and you know this is something that i've spent the vast majority of my professional life on which is the distinction when most people say marketing marketing there is a giant set of undeclared assumptions that go with that word and the biggest probably is our job is to present features and benefits such that we capture demand and the intuitive thing that would seem smart that we get taught and business school is you you want position yourself in a large market somewhere where there's lots of demand and you can capture some percentage of that demand. That's what most people think of when you think about marketing and the of course is there's no legendary marketer innovator or creator ever who did that so there's a big distinction distinction between capturing demand and creating it and of course they legends do what many of you are entrepreneurs and inventors do which is they're creating a new category and so i love to hear what you're saying around in the beginning. Nobody's googling these things but then as we begin to educate the world to think about new ways as of i was gonna say bondage but bonding things in new ways of pooping then all of a sudden <hes> as as interest in the idea i e the category emerges. They're going to go straight to abondoned straight to squatty potty because by definition if you design the category gorriak best position to dominate it as i went through your book in a lotta ways what i was what i felt like i was reading. Jules was a product oriented perspective perspective on kind of how to make all of that happened how how to have your invention and bring it to the world in a way that it connected and could be unique. He can carve out a distinct place but i'm curious how you think about it. Well what what i could see <hes> before before forming. The <unk> company was <hes> the these huge shifts in technology at the internet alone but things like three d. printing. We're going to enable bowl a huge new class of entrepreneurs. Her physical products a little parallel to what happened the software industry couple years earlier right <unk> creative people have access to inexpensive tools. They will use them and physical products have kind of joy there less abstract for sure than software so they're going to spend more people to participate but the.
"jules" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On Jules for it's two thirteen and all that means sometimes it's a roll of the dice get accurate traffic information from WBZ traffic on the three only on WBZ Boston's news radio that means two thirteen the server retailers in New England all wheel drive traffic on the three day but I just can't wait to get to shore I can't blame the trolley lead this time which concert by rocket mortgage by quicken loans going up north heading over the mass state line ninety five north bound heavy and slow over twenty miles from Seabrook New Hampshire up to the York toll plaza in Maine ninety three north you'll have seven mile backup from after the books that told through Concord ninety three I ninety five south on heavy do Kittery to the bridge up north the north of the city are a brand of one twenty eight north bound you busy to aid a foreign to twenty five Lexington again route thirty eight and we went to one twenty nine in Wakefield one twenty eight south by you slip from one twenty nine down past north AB ninety three north jammed over two miles from spot pond up too early a left lane crash before the cloverleaf for ninety five north bound you slow through Littleton and Westford then you'll hit more delays between route three in the little connector further north buying on the brakes again for March and street I pass through to thirteen with the one who won northbound slugs three beer then you slow mainstream saga something telling field looking out west on the mass pike eastbound slow over two miles passing the child service father westbound side the bike heavy from one forty six eggs at ten A. M. Milbury to the child service plus the two ninety westbound the about two miles past that work zone and shoes very further west during the breaks getting to the pike for about a mile to ninety east bound heavy after Solomon pond road to the ramp for four ninety five rocket mortgage by quicken loans is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience visit rocket mortgage dot com licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender analysts number thirty thirty if it's attorney WBZ's traffic on.
"jules" Discussed on On The Line with EstÃ©e Lalonde
"Hello. Well, you guys are in for a treat because Jules is in the house sat down because God is gonna be one hell of a ride. I'm super excited for this. I'm gonna let Joel's introduce himself because he can do it better than I will ever be able to Jules. Who are you? Are you? I am Giovane hap- creative director in co-founder of out of power dice at tanning, Brown, but also I have been turning for over ten years. So in terms of this podcast, I'm pretty much qualified to talk about anything because I've listened so many times space, ten years, but I also you might hear that I'm slightly quits it. I have a concert. My friend, Sarah gills and Sarah is focused on. I tunes on. We talk about lots of silly things. So maybe if you're feeling a little bit down in need a pickup come on over and say, Hello. Awesome. So like Joel said, he's been tanning and you're like a celebrity Tanner, and you literally go to people's apartments or houses and get them naked, put them in a little tent, and you spray ten them when they're at their most vulnerable, you've probably heard it all and seeing it. All thing. When somebody comes sprays hunts going for hack, oh, maybe gain scale, make done you looking after BT treatment that's gonna make you feel better. So for me, when somebody takes close off, it's important for me to be able to listen and boy have high heads, some stuff like it's when the clothes come off is this liberating feeling and then it's going through them. I'm thinking about leaving my husband or my kids playing up all. I'm really struggled at work and being bullied. Everything comes out and say, it's my job and then try to help them through it. And because I'm not necessarily my clients friends, but I still. Have that relationship with them. I'm not involved in that live so I can actually legitimately give them my advice. Yeah. And you really don't mince your words? The only thing I'm inside as my walk. You really do say it like it time, giving me a little a little knot us. I'm motioning a little smack on the bum right now, but you have actually been bowled with me and said, babe, pull yourself together inside our relationship. I always this when I first state, I feel like I'm your big brother under my wing, and I look after you and also I think in life there are so many people can feed not you, but you in general, people feed each other much Hauch it when it comes to your friends, if you're going to be a good friend, you have to speak, honestly. And you have to say, if you don't agree with something, but you always have to save. You agree with something and like it's it's a common decency thing today. Yeah. Well, that's the name of the game. In today's episode, we're going to be speaking honestly about breakups. Have you been through any breakup? Gills. I have been through break-up, yes. Have you watched all of your friends go through breakup? I've watched my friends guys break my car. Go through breakup. I've listened people in cafes were going breakup. I've been on flights having gone through a break up and cried to an s. Judas about a boy like believe may I have been through my fast of shit. One thing I want to say on the topic of breakup is that before I went through a pretty serious break-up, I really didn't understand how traumatic break-up can truly be and what a life change. It can be like I always would see friends going through breakup and think like, what's the big deal just get over it. You clearly aren't happy together. So just move on, but it's not always that simple as it. It's not that simple. And I think when you go through a break of it's the accepting that you are losing essentially your best friend, you'll teammate and you then going from being a fifty fifty two hundred. So you have lost half of you and it's not side that you don't -ticipant whether you are breaking up with someone. A, whether you of the person who's being broken up ways. Obviously, the factors will affect whether the break-up comes as a shock, whether you maybe have cheated on by their the break, it's been a slow and steady burn, and it's come and it's been this drawn out..
"jules" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"The critic physician foot central limits with ridden three we got through got the dark matter shakespeare trailer now the goals giorno molecular peers off started the quantum now we're here complete or not an have a hairy larry more than you can't carry monastir day john you decide race back kid college jerem father in jules well cranking all of those changes relation to it went on say skyscrapers com was baltra quaeda scaling say taylor everybody mary dr myth andrew resort canon twenty bringing you bottom me lasting three what great right my hands on the baby to facing wagon but you're trying in the born furor fearing steps in you get in here credit for your message composed in this classic june able kiss home er who pick your own ping komo employment company man oh no nine phase