33 Burst results for "Justine"

Ex-Minneapolis officer who killed 911 caller to be released

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Ex-Minneapolis officer who killed 911 caller to be released

"A former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a 9-1-1 caller is scheduled to be released from prison today Muhammad nor was originally serving 12 and a half years for killing Justine Damon in 2017 after she called 9-1-1 to report a possible sex assault in the alley behind her home but last year the Minnesota Supreme Court overturned his conviction saying it didn't apply to the circumstances of the case and the former police officer sentence was reduced Damon's father says Nora's release after what he calls a trivial sentence shows disrespect to the wishes of the jury that convicted him I'm Julie Walker

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Capitol riot panel blames Trump for 1/6  'attempted coup'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Capitol riot panel blames Trump for 1/6 'attempted coup'

"Watch parties were held around the country last night for the 1st January 6 hearing broadcast in prime time At a party sponsored by Democrats about a 150 people including Justine Keith line watched on the big screen at the New York society for ethical culture I think it's brilliant that they've decided to have these hearings on television broadcast at night during prime time She brought her 13 year old daughter Nora who was more than happy to come with her Just to hear the people speak about Donald Trump and about what he did and especially about what he didn't do to protect the to protect the American people And they say they plan on watching more of the hearings Julie Walker New York

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"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

"I had a slight advantage over some other people because I already, I've always had camera stuff and I've done that sort of thing. I had audio equipment and some video stuff. But certainly not to the extent of people like Justine and others. And it was interesting when I got up to speed, I'm sure that you found this too. You know, I almost found myself becoming a consultant for friends and family on how to do their own setups. And I thought about people like Justine and I was like, you know, God, not that she needs to, and she's doing plenty while on her own, but it's like the stuff that she does, we've now seen a direct one to one way, where it's not just from a consumer standpoint, it can actually be an enterprise or a standpoint, medicine. There's so many different things where once you have figured out how to get the process down, it can be incredibly incredibly useful, but it can also really kind of change the game for things and open up access to opportunities into resources that people might not otherwise have had. And so, you know, seeing that and seeing how that can become more accessible to everyone, I think is awesome. Yeah, I totally agree. And I don't know whether this was the case with you from last spring. But when I was trying to get my AV game into a better state for prolonged remote work or for being able to do TV interviews or keynote conferences or whatnot, like the way that I figured this stuff out is I went and watched a bunch of videos from gaming streamers to see what they were doing. Because they were the pros. That's exactly what I did. I did the exact same thing. And then I went to like YouTubers that I liked who I knew had a fast turnaround system. I was like, okay, many of them put their gear in the description boxes, which was very useful and say, okay, what's your setup? And fortunately, a lot of them would do behind the scenes streams. I'm like, okay, this is how I set it up. And I was like, yep, this is what I'm going to take on because even though the context is different on the content might be different, this is what we want to achieve. And so it was great to have those examples out there because we all had to kind of become home broadcast studios. Yeah, it's super cool. Strange and fascinating world. Strange vaccine world, indeed, and Justine has been such a good influencer and I like that, you know, she is conscious about the fact that she is a role model for the next generation coming up like your kids, right? Because they see her as somebody who has done this and has been successful and is also been true to who she is as a person. Yeah, and she's sort of fearless with what she does. She has more so than most of the rest of humanity is figured out who she is in public. But she's been relatively fearless in the way that she has embraced opportunity and technology and business and we've we even chatted a little bit, it's not like the things that she's pioneered have remained in stasis, like you've got a bunch of new stuff coming along like TikTok for instance and that won't be the end of it. This is actually what's always been impressive to me about her is that she has lasted for this long, because again, as I mentioned, early on, like, in the Justin TV like live a life streaming days, you've had a.

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"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

"It just sort of happens. Instagram has a different vibe to it. Like I post different things there, TikTok during the pandemic. I got really into it to the point that my friends had to have an intervention, which was one of my favorite videos that I've made today. We made a TikTok intervention because it was like a joke, but everything that was happening there was actually very, very real. It was like TikTok kind of had this community where you could be yourself. I could be it felt like the original days of YouTube. I was just being silly and crazy and this person I go, no, this is me actually me. Whereas YouTube, it's kind of become a little more serious has become more learning and educational and tech focused. So it's weird because it's all sort of shifted naturally into different places. My daughter who's 13, we had a rule. You can't have an iPhone or a smartphone until you're 12, and so she got a phone a year ago. And it's locked out in a whole bunch of ways. And one of the things that she was desperate to get on the phone was TikTok and I'm like, you know, I don't know whether or not we should have our 12 year old daughter. She just turned 13 on TikTok. But I let her have a TikTok account, mostly because, you know, she had something that she wanted to say and the way that she was going to say it was through TikTok and so she's got an account. It's private, you know, she's not blast and stuff out to the whole ecosystem. She's got just her friends on her account. And it's like this way that they are sort of doing these creative things to show to each other. So rather than drawing something in a sketchbook or goofing off with each other like on a whole handset telephone, like I used to do with my friends when I was a teenager. She's using this as the medium. And it's really interesting. Her motivation for being on TikTok is different, I think, from a whole lot of people's motivation to be on TikTok. And I just realized at some point that maybe everybody's motivation is slightly different, yeah, when they're using these things. There isn't just one thing as like, oh, I want to be famous. I'm going to that's probably actually the worst motivation for being on any of these things. Well, that's what's so cool about TikTok is a lot of these people. They're just creating for the sake of creating and the TikTok algorithm is so incredible that it's able to surface content that you might not have ever seen. So it's like you could have zero followers and overnight and you could have millions of views and followers. And it's weird because the community is so oddly supportive. It's like they want to see people succeed. I mean, obviously I'm sure in every platform there's a negative side to it. But for what I've seen is super positive and just seeing that is so cool. Yeah, I mean, I think honestly, one of the things that maybe makes TikTok a little less toxic is the comment section. You have to do real work. Like, if you're in the flow of just flipping through videos on TikTok like you've got what the hearts and the.

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"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

04:51 min | 10 months ago

"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

"Like that's strange, though it's hard because you really don't know what someone's gonna like or what's gonna resonate with people. I think what's so cool is the audience is just so vast that even if you're doing something that is such a niche sort of thing that you think nobody else likes, there's somebody else out there. It might not be huge audience, so it's like go after that audience and be the best in that small field because there's so many less people doing it, and there might not be a huge audience for it, but you're going to be the best at that. Yeah, I think that's a really interesting thing that's happened that is partly enabled by the technology because it's possible for a single person. It's hard, and I don't think people appreciate how hard it is to make compelling content and then just sort of get it distributed and the audience is so big. It just changes the economics of what content creation can look like. Most of the stuff that I watch on YouTube is weird. I love to watch classical pianist practice. Interesting. So like, I love weird sorts of cooking videos. I've taught myself to be a machinist by watching and I don't some of the times I don't even understand why people post this stuff. Like why would you as a busy professional machine is post a bunch of videos on YouTube and social media about how you do your job where you are better than the best teachers that I've ever seen? So the generosity of that to me seems incredible. So I just love this ecosystem like how rich it is and how much of this unusual stuff that you'd never find anywhere else. There was never going to be a machinist television channel, even on satellite or cable. It's just awesome. It is actually funny you say that, why do they post it? I don't know. I don't even know why I first started. I mean, I feel like it was because I was just entertained by it and I thought it was funny. I don't know. Now I mean, it makes a little bit more sense, but still like, he has a very busy day. Like he's going out of his way to give that information to people. So hopefully, what comes back and he's able to make some money off of the ad revenue and stuff like that. But still, it takes a lot of content and a lot of time to do that stuff. So it's like is it worth it? Yeah, and I watched this one machine as to post a couple of videos a week. And I've been watching watching this guy for years and he was able to quit his job as a full-time machine is to make machining videos on YouTube. That's cool. Which is, yeah, it's cool and it's mind-blowing. I mean, just right. And I sort of wonder for you as a creator and this must be true for all creators and artists. How you find that line between serving the interest of the audience so that you can get paid. And paid might be currency or it might be recognition or whatever the value is you're getting from the audience versus what stimulates and fulfills you above and beyond the paycheck or the fame or whatever else. And it strikes me. I've never done this, but I think it sounds hard whenever I think about it. I think that line. It is..

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"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"justine" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

"Our guest today is Justine as Eric, the techie gamer, vlogger and celebrity YouTuber. Best known as iJustine, she has over a billion views across our YouTube channels. Justine is also an actress with appearances in film and television and author The New York Times bestselling book iJustine and analog memoir. She hosts a podcast with her sister Jenna called same brain, where they talk about tech video games and food. Welcome to the show, Justine. Thanks for having me. I'm so excited. It's so awesome to meet you. I think we've had one conversation before when you were chatting with some of the leadership team at Microsoft. But I've followed the arc of your career and the thing that you're doing, I think is it's obvious to everyone how relevant and interesting and important it is here in 2021. But you started a while ago, how did you figure out that this was an interesting thing? Did you have any sense that everything was going to blow up the way that it did? No, I mean, I was just a kid that loved technology. And it's weird because now there's always like the buzzwords like women in tech, women in gaming and it's so strange to me because when I grew up, no one ever thought that that was different. I was never treated differently because I was a girl and I love tech and I loved playing games. It was just sort of like the people that I was surrounded with then. That's just what we did. We play games. I was just that's something that we loved. And I had never had any intention of this becoming a full-time job. It's just sort of did. And I mean, I've been doing this for so long and it's just so cool to still be able to be doing something that I really truly enjoy. Well, let's maybe dig into that story a bit because I think that's just a super interesting thing. So we're either of your parents in tech, like how did you first get interested in technology? So my mom was a teacher, so it was interesting because, you know, back then there were a lot of Apple computers and stuff in schools. So that was like the only person that really ever had them was because of students and teachers and things like that. So that was my first computer. And then my dad, we ended up getting like a PC later. So it was interesting because there was just so much support from both sides and my dad is also super tech saving my mom built our entire house, like basically with their own two hands. And so they're both very savvy in that sense. So they were always super supportive my interests as well. And so was gaming the primary first tech interest or did you ever do programming or was it BBS's or the Internet you're probably too young for BBS? I was ruined to IRC, so maybe it's great on IRC and just like trading music and things like that. But I loved gaming and I had a Nintendo like very, very early and I even remember asking my mom when I was working in my book. I was like, why did you buy me a Nintendo? She's like, that's the only thing that you wanted..

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Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio

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"justine" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Want to know what the men come in for what the women come in. I know it's like we can't stereotype shirts case by case but what are you seeing men for typically well reme- of as a professional dominatrix. I do quite a range of activities. So i do. My no list is very short so but everything else. I do a lot of these things where it's like. I'm seeing someone for really late. Sensual play lake tickle torture tease and denial to some pretty heavy corp. scenes or electric play and then kind of everything in between in terms of fetish like foot fetish leather latex financial domination Things of that nature Met and then the other question about if men and women are coming in for different things. They're not really because they're coming in to see me. And they've done their research and they see me as a quality person to entrust with their fantasies. And were just exploring different kinds of submission Fantasies for them. Okay so they all wanna be pretty much submissive right. If they're coming to see you. Yes how do they know like. Maybe you could walk me through. You have dungeons now in la. Yes yes don ginned. They like feature shows and stuff right. Yes if you've seen anything in mainstream media in the last league five to ten years it was most likely at one of my to dungeons. I did close dungeon west last year because of the pandemic but my dungeon dungeon east downtown. La is still around. We just did a lot of upgrades new photo soon. But yeah that's been a lot of different things they go to your site or they go. They contact you through instagram. But they come there and then do the form they allow you. Give them a questionnaire do they. How do you know what they want. Yes there is a booking forum on there and you fill out looking for him and it's you know confirming that that you fully vaccinated dansk covet and also just answering some basic questions like what are your interest. How long have you been playing Do you have any references. It's okay if you do not and confirming that you were over eighteen and that you've checked my list and all of that kind of

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It's Okay to Be Kinky With Mistress Justine Cross

Sex With Emily

02:02 min | 1 year ago

It's Okay to Be Kinky With Mistress Justine Cross

"Want to know what the men come in for what the women come in. I know it's like we can't stereotype shirts case by case but what are you seeing men for typically well reme- of as a professional dominatrix. I do quite a range of activities. So i do. My no list is very short so but everything else. I do a lot of these things where it's like. I'm seeing someone for really late. Sensual play lake tickle torture tease and denial to some pretty heavy corp. scenes or electric play and then kind of everything in between in terms of fetish like foot fetish leather latex financial domination Things of that nature Met and then the other question about if men and women are coming in for different things. They're not really because they're coming in to see me. And they've done their research and they see me as a quality person to entrust with their fantasies. And were just exploring different kinds of submission Fantasies for them. Okay so they all wanna be pretty much submissive right. If they're coming to see you. Yes how do they know like. Maybe you could walk me through. You have dungeons now in la. Yes yes don ginned. They like feature shows and stuff right. Yes if you've seen anything in mainstream media in the last league five to ten years it was most likely at one of my to dungeons. I did close dungeon west last year because of the pandemic but my dungeon dungeon east downtown. La is still around. We just did a lot of upgrades new photo soon. But yeah that's been a lot of different things they go to your site or they go. They contact you through instagram. But they come there and then do the form they allow you. Give them a questionnaire do they. How do you know what they want. Yes there is a booking forum on there and you fill out looking for him and it's you know confirming that that you fully vaccinated dansk covet and also just answering some basic questions like what are your interest. How long have you been playing Do you have any references. It's okay if you do not and confirming that you were over eighteen and that you've checked my list and all of that kind of

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"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

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"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"Less than five times in the whole time i've known when you are less i have less of that skill. Maybe i mean. I don't get mad like that very often but Maybe tend to lose control of my emotions more than john does. And then how do you come back. Who comes back. John before used to be the all the time it was like come on trying to make up. I go to bed mad. Let's try to fix this up as we just let it out and we're fine now just go back to talking. Talk it out. And i don't have as much problem apologizing. I think don't do. I'll just a much easier to sam. Sorry i think getting rid of that kind of pride is so important. It doesn't help anything. Who was it that said to rob reiner said whoever said that. Love me as ever having to say your salary has never been in. You don't say. I'm sorry you're in law right because you gotta you gotta make a man and you got him off fan and you gotta take ability. If you don't have somebody who's accountable. I mean who write right when when do you think either one of you can answer this that i trusted. Newton knew that this was a person you could trust in a with not just sexually but with your head you know with your heart. Yeah yeah you know to give you an example. When phil and i were going together we met in january and this was august and so this was his big vacations two weeks vacation. While we're in italy. I get a phone call from elaine. May who knows my good friend and we had worked on a screen screenplay together and she said mike nichols movie has just gone has just gone kaput. And he's looking for a new project. You've gotta come back right away because we have a chance to get my direct this. I said oh god. This guy's only two weeks. This is it. I said if i if i come back. I'm done with this guy and we're pretty crazy about each other and it was really hot. Time italy the two of us. Jesus go back to the room and explain the whole thing. He says it has to be this week. What does funeral i said. No it's not but it's just you know he's gonna decide now and he looked at me like i was the most disposable he would be he'd ever known in his life and i and i said look i don't know your business but and i know this is a really great time we're having but is there any buddy if you've got a call to do an interview with that you would leave. And he thought a moment he said jimmy carter and when i do i ruined. He said that. I thought i can trust this guy. This guy is not going to bullshit me. There's no wonder no way. I would leave you. You know that he was willing to think. And so yeah. Okay there's one. Jimmy carter and i i think i feel deeply in love with him that he would not sexually me like that anyway. I didn't go. we didn't get mike anyway. I didn't leave and for you. Those are important the live moments in life when you go. This person i'm with is more important than my career. You have to make that decision in. Show it sometimes. That's what i could trust that. That's an idol. The safer thing. That mine is a small one. Though that have a even a small one stolen is that we had a date early on and it was at the jelica. The jellicoe was everything. All the hipsters. Everybody was cool was gonna in delicacy the latest film and you would late and i flipped out late. Nece really. I sets me off. Because i was a pathologically early so i was there for like forty five minutes too early and then she comes late so i was really upset and and she was so upset. She started crying and i was like. Oh my god you don't remember any of the you're standing on the corner. And i was very upset trying to not be upset because it was very early on and but she was okay with me being this hot headed right about a stupid little thing. She cried and yeah. And i was like. Oh my gosh she cares about my feelings and it doesn't she's not saying you're an asshole. You're ready at your moron right. What the hell is wrong with you crazy. I'm only like twenty minutes later. Whatever it was. I don't know an nba spent a lot of time talking about and we didn't go to the movie and we just spent a lot of time just talking about and she was trying to calm me down and i just. I don't know. I felt really heard really respected and that i have made me fall in love with more. She's never disappointed that she's always been like that. And i think the first moment for me was we started. I think we had started dating in august and it was like very we had been together about a month and thanksgiving was coming up and we were starting to think about thanksgiving and john said to me. Let's get all our families in all have thanksgiving together but we've only been together. I'm on and i thought. Wow this is really serious once my entire fan and they did and so we had all the families yet. We had like fifty people. It was a so yes. I trusted him at that point. I thought he's really serious about this. I think it's one beautiful thing about distinct. She tries whatever the situation where the problem is. She's willing to put the effort and just try and that's does not to succeed at whatever the challenges but she's willing to try for me and that makes you fall in love with every single time. That's where i think gun seeing a bigger picture than just what's happening today. You know whatever sort of annoying small things are happening on a daily basis just remembering we have a bigger life that we've created together and we have a past and we have a future marriage goes in cycles and there's good times and bad times in a few just hang on you'll get to the next cycle. Just you gotta know. Somehow that this is the person you want to spend the rest of your days with a know that just didn't i can have a great life forever forever so there you have. It are lively conversation with john and justin liberals zamel until next time. I'm phil donahue thomas and that that makes us work on. It makes me work I that's where that's fun to keeps it exciting. Double date is production of pushkin industries. This show was created by us and produced by sarah lilly. Michael bahari is associate producer. Musical adaptations of it had to be you. Buy sell wagons infinite marlow and i are executive producers along with me alot bell and the tall mola from pushkin special thanks to jacob weisberg malcolm glad well heather fain john stars carly wrigley. Ori- eric sandler. Emily rustic jason gambrill. Paul williams and bruce kluber. If you like our show please remember to share rate and review. Thanks.

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"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"And hispanic. Latin in downtown new york down. I went to high school. Bertram high knows a lot of pride in the. That's that's that's what gave me the confidence that our stories aren't any lesser well. I've seen you in concert with both every time. Actually that's awesome. Thank you came down to the public. Yeah i love the moron shown in limbo miles thank you that was nineteen ninety with john's cultural identity so central to his life. I wanted to know if jus- team felt connected to a jewish community. Not at all except a lot of the people that i grew up with our so. I hear about it through them. But i haven't been to a temple since i was ten twelve years old. Why did you give anything you like that or did you celebrate christmas or oh yeah we do. Celebrate christmas and earn. My family comes in. They celebrate passover as well. My mom comes to all that stuff. We love getting love traditions. I'm not religious. I mean i believe in a higher power. We this is. It's a palm. Sunday would go on sunday. And it's beautiful because people's provides the speak and then there's a lot of singing gospel biz latin music. It's so beautiful. I love the colors and the robes. That's i love it. But i don't believe in god i don't have that sort of a faith but i certainly believe in god. I think there's somebody there he always says. Will you take to. The sky is the. Why did bush herself in turbulence around an airplane what.

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"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

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Chicago shooting leaves 7 hurt after West Englewood fight

John Williams

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago shooting leaves 7 hurt after West Englewood fight

"Shooting in the Englewood neighborhood injured seven people one seriously. Last night an update from WGN's Glenn Marshall Police were on the scene investigating the shooting moments after people were taken to hospitals. Police told us that happened around 11 P.m. last night near the corner of 68, South, Justine and Inglewood. Ah, 39 year old woman is in serious condition here at the University of Chicago Hospital after she was shot in the arm and abdomen. Police say an altercation on a sidewalk led to the shootings. The woman is at the University of Chicago. Hospital, others taken to area hospitals in fair condition. No one is in

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7 shot and wounded as gunfight erupts Chicago's Englewood

John Williams

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

7 shot and wounded as gunfight erupts Chicago's Englewood

"Several people were injured, one seriously in the Inglewood neighborhood around 11 last night, police say an apparent argument on a sidewalk near 68th and South Justine led to the shootings. Ah, woman is in serious condition at the University of Chicago Hospital, Others taken to area hospitals in fair condition and the investigation into the shootings

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7 people injured in overnight shooting in Englewood, Chicago

John Williams

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

7 people injured in overnight shooting in Englewood, Chicago

"Injured seven people, one seriously. An update from WGN's Glenn Marshall Police were on the scene investigating the shooting moments after people were taken to hospitals. Police told told us us that that happened happened around around 11 11 P.m. P.m. last last night night near near the the Corner Corner of of 68 68 Self, Self, Justine Justine and and Inglewood. Inglewood. Ah, Ah, 39 39 year year old old woman woman is is in in serious serious condition condition here here at at the the University University of of Chicago Chicago Hospital Hospital after after she was shot in the arm and abdomen. Police say an altercation on a sidewalk led to the shootings. The woman is at the University of Chicago Hospital, the others taken to area hospitals in fair condition. No one is in custody. Mayor Lightfoot's calling for a

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"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"I. It's it's one of those songs for it's like oh i totally forgot. I wrote that like that's crazy. That's great remember the words. yeah well. that's the other thing too. And i'm like i like really warmed up my voice at all. Today they remember the cords to my own bank. You was awesome so you talked about writing some new music. What's what's up for you. You know what today has been a great day because they get in chat with you guys. But also i had a meeting today with Potentially a new producer. That i'm gonna be working with. That prosser is interconnected with a lot of my artists. Friends out here The craziest thing happened to me earlier because the recording studio that i'm going to be looking at next is called. Mcc and the most wild thing happened today. So i worked at my part time job this morning and i work in a kitchen and i cook in a vegan restaurant in the mornings and i came home and it's about noon because i go in quite early and right outside of my building is a truck that says m. c. c. And it was so weird. Because i'm like i'm literally on my way to go meet up with a producer in the owner of mcc recording studios in this big trucks as mcc. And it was for. Like i don't know like a thrift store or something but it was really strange very synchronized very synchronised Feel like okay. Maybe i am on track because you know i'm just like everyone else like i have my my ups and downs mike the days of my my bad days through this pandemic and it's taken me a long time to get myself back in terms of writing music as well like i took a break for a while like honestly i felt like Living in toronto was a lot. And i learned a lot but it also is a a really tiring city sometimes. Does i'm sure you can understand like pre kobe. It's it's the hustle and bustle and you're just trying to survive so I felt like i left a lot of situations that were kind of toxic for me and and i kinda lost my and i lost my ability to write for a while which was weird for me because i've been writing since i was a kid so to not be able to write felt very strange But this year has been great for me in terms of revisiting. That getting back to writing in somehow being able to network with people and feeling like it's meant to be even through a pandemic on really really grateful for that and everyone just seems so interconnected here. It's really strange like the people that i've met all seem to coincide like it's it's really strange whether it be these new producer artists friends of mine that no other artists friends of mine that i met across the country. It's it's kinda strange. But i think things are somehow falling into place. I'd like to thank so good for you. So one of the questions. We liked our guest before we wrap it up is what is in your what has been in your earbuds lately a lot of eighties music which is interesting because i always hated classic rock and i hated the eighties in i mean. I was born in the early nineties. And i missed that boat so i was always like so so opposed to it but lately. It's like nonstop. Eighty sleep tina. Turner whitney houston Just all the great eighties song. Slidell richie Hall and oates like that kind stuff just loving it for some reason. I don't know what it is. Maybe it's because it's uplifting for me as like a singer songwriter. I feel like. I tend to listen to some slower acoustic music but let us put me in the best mood. Like if i'm in a bad mood. I probably shouldn't listen to john. Mayer or something like that. It's not gonna make me feel better But i feel like this. This whole era of eighties like a lot of it's like upbeat and positive and i just feel like i've kinda needed that on some level so that's been getting me through my days. This is dan dancing around to eighty s. Music just eat if people want to rediscover your your old music. Some of your newer stuff Where's the best place for them to to this. I would say just type in just seeing giles anywhere. I would say youtube spotify. I actually deleted my first record. Because like i can't handle the the production on it anymore. I mean if someone wanted a copy. I do have copies of that but Yeah my most. Recent singles are on spotify or apple. Music anywhere you can. You can stream these days so awesome. Thank you so much esteemed for being our guest for sharing some music as well. We really had a lot of fun today. Yeah of course thanks so much. I really enjoyed it and we still have sunlight. We don't have a deer someday. We'll be back on. It will do a full cast about the sun setting and what happens between daylight and nighttime and we could educate cream all about that so he's not surprised the next time we have a guest and it gets start cheese. I'll take you up on that. Thank you for interrupting the conversation. Greg i don't think i could stand another five minutes with him. So thank you for saving me. How to deal with with gregg awesome jesse. We had.

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"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Wrote it when i was nineteen or something. Maybe maybe i should be out.

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"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"To take and Yeah so i just kinda didn't have anything to lose anymore I wanted to work with new people. Like go on to co write with new people and record new stuff out here and i also love the mountains like the rocky mountains are my favorite so yeah just kind of came out here and it was the next natural progression so your story just skimmed across about four different topics that i wanna cover of going back to sudbury brace. I know you to sudbury secondary which was the art school. You're talking back right are you like are you sudbury sudbury or were you like like lively or copper cliff. I love that question for so many reasons. But it's just it's so funny. Yeah 'cause it's the greater city of sudbury which does pull in from like so many different places himself because you went to some secondary that you could have come in from because of the school. Yeah absolutely yeah you kept you. I understand you also worked with. Are you still working with the rainbow board in terms of like musical performances motivational speaking. Are you doing that a little bit. Like i still. I'm very much in touch with my old teachers because they really shaped who. I am on so many levels. And yeah i mean. I'm in touch with my english teachers in my old music teachers and even my elementary teachers honestly like i was just so lucky even in elementary school like to be called on to lead my class in singing. These round songs and that kind of thing does that we had performances all the time. Like i. i don't know why. Or how but i was always like cast as the lead in plays when i was very young. Even when i didn't audition or didn't want audition. I i remember in grade six i i said i wanted to be the stage manager and the new teacher to the school was like i think you should audition online but i really wanted to work behind the scenes and then i ended up getting the lead in all the girls who auditioned in really wanted the role. Or so pits. I mean it's just always been in my bones. I guess that's cool and you also touched on your debut album when you're up there did you. Am i right you. you did. Some crowd. sourcing crowd funding to support. The i did. And i was actually just talking about this recently because i mean life goes on you. Forget about those things. But it's unreal when you look back and you see the support because we exceeded the goal and it's just so wild to think about i was like nineteen and my dad was very very gracious in helpful in terms of funding and helping because a lot of his friends laid on the record for free or for like a couple hundred bucks and i was like how are we going to fund printing records or or not even records which is cds like getting getting cd's made it's not cheap Yeah i turned to doing this like crowd funding and it was cool. Because i got to make all these like little gifts surprises. That people would get if donated amount of dollars. They would get an album and they would get a ticket to the cd release show and they would get you know this or that and and people were so kind like donating a friend of mine as a massage therapist. She donated like a free massage and it was really like a collective effort and we got to all these. Cd's and you'll never forget that cd release party. They're like we had local restaurants catering for free donate food and was like unreal unreal support. Yeah you you you. You've talked about your dad at quite a bit. Now tell me about nana's was he a big influence in you getting into music. I would say for sure. When i was a kid. He used to tour in bands. A lot And i guess he got to the point to where you know. He wanted to be there with his family so he took on a lot like he would work a fulltime job at six. Am and then he would go to or at night. Roll back into town. You know early hours in the morning and go to work so he worked really hard. And i guess he can't let go of his dream of like touring and moving forward. I from what i understand. Their band was pretty successful in the country scene in country was really big at the time. Like in the nineties country was like the thing and i think they could potentially like taking things really far in just kinda didn't work out that way but he'd still lives music to this day. I think he just does it in a way that works for him like he loves to do Like corporate stuff banquets weddings and doctors events in lawyers events and he gets paid really well probably much better than he did in dive bars in the nineties. You know so. He loves it. And i think he's just one of those people that like hill never stop working like even when he retires like Hill always do music. Even if it's not like touring the world like he's always gonna have that his his outlet so for sure. I would say he's a major major influence. He he always used to have people over to record them or put down a baseline. Or or what have you in. And yeah i mean. He's playing on a lot of early recordings and stuff which is really cool. So yeah i miss it you know. I was talking about that earlier today. Actually like doing some some duo shows with his like upright bass which goes really well with an acoustic guitar just intimate cousteau shows. I miss doing that kind of thing. So hopefully one day. You know when i can travel back home we can do some of those shows again. You know what was the name of your dad's bed well. He's gone through so many bands. I tell you couldn't even tell you but he does a lot of Like jazz duo things as well. For like a wedding receptions in what have you also like the really special thing about About us doing music together as like when his father passed away my grandfather. I wrote a song after he passed And also like his band does like an annual show in memory of my grandfather which is really cool to so music is just the thing that ties us all together. I think at the end of the day. Yeah it's really cool. During your your short stint in toronto you had a chance to play the horseshoe ted. Yeah how many. Tell me about that experience. It's cool. i mean almost nerve wracking. Because everyone's like all horseshoe legendary in. You're just thinking about all these people that have graced the stage before you Yeah.

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"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"There and You know just live life and that didn't necessarily get me to anywhere. I wanted to go career wise So i moved back on -tario for a bit and with the natural progression of things i just felt like i had to find a producer to work with because i was always self produced or worked with my dad and his musician friends in that kind of thing so eventually i found a producer to work within toronto who was originally from sudbury so it seemed like the world's kinda collided and he was also involved with this program called canada's music incubator which i ended up moving to toronto to take and this program was awesome and they run it a couple times a year and they take artists from across canada. You apply it's kinda like school and you show up and it's like an intensive program like two to three months nine five and that's your life so you network can meet people from the industry and work on your and all that kind of stuff and so that was a big changing point in my life really not just career wise but personally because i met some of my best friends to this day like from alberta from bc and everyone just was in this hub so we went through a lot together And a couple years went by. And i just found that toronto wasn't necessarily my forever home and i just felt like i needed a change personally and professionally and so i came out to visit calorie and i thought well at least if i move here i have a base of people and i'm not totally alone and also the industry people that i met fly out here because it started running this music program here as well so it just kinda seemed like the natural next step for me.

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"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Like music videos. And it's interesting when you do it in an empty venue especially livestream. Because that's the last one. That i did was actually partnered show. And there's there's a local Booking app essentially called stagehand and they were hiring people to do a livestream in an empty venue with a mask on and it was facebook live and yet it was just so strange because there was people watching live but i didn't know what they were saying So that's a different feel from doing it. Say a here you know in my living room because there was like a stage lights and cameras and i knew it was live but at the same time. You feel kinda weird after you finish the song because it's just like dead silence Do do you prefer that from like did rather be at home at least in front of your computer we can see people chatting and you can chat with them versus that. I don't know scott. It's it's so strange you know I don't know if i prefer one over the other. I think it's a little bit more laid back at home. Because i'm in the comfort of my own home rate and you can kind of go live whenever you want. And that's the beauty of social media with everyone these days i mean maybe it's beauty for some not beauty for others because you know we can go live whenever and everyone's doing it so at the same time. It seems like not so special thing and i think everyone's getting a bit of fatigue from video calls and livestreams to right. I think when the pandemic i started everyone wanted to do livestreams. Because what else are you gonna do So i get that. It's tiring i honestly don't do a ton of livestreams from my own place. I don't know why But i think. I just kinda got tired of it so for me. It was special to go to an empty venue and just have like a very small sound crew setting up the equipment And running the cameras like at least it was similar to an old gig where i get to leave the house and canada get dressed up in that kind of thing right so it was cool experience. So yeah that was awesome nice. We had a dj producer from toronto on our show paul and he was saying he loves doing the The livestreams he does. He does a weekly show on on twitch twice week railing twice. Yeah and it was really interesting. Because he said there's a lot of times we're he'll be performing at a club and people aren't necessarily there to see him or to listen to him. They might be there for other reasons. They might be there for just a night out on the town. Maybe the venue just there hang out. Spot may be another reason to get together with buddies but he says everybody that tunes in to a live show that he does wants to be there so he gets a lot of the feedback. Where if he does something live you rinse out of place. And even if he sells it out he says there's a lot of people there that are necessary to hear him or here is music but are just they're just for the sake of it and he might get like negative vibes but he says yet hundred percent of the time when he's at home doing a show. Everybody loves it some curious. If i know you know you might not get immediate feedback. What i'm curious if you've ever thought of things like that yourself i think it's interesting right even just this whole concept of going to a venue because you saying that just sparks some stuff for me like they have a lot of restaurants bars here. Where bands are playing but people may go just for dinner rights. You may hear a ban that you've never heard before a great because that's how you meet people and that's how you meet friends and fans and you know that's part of life in something that's so great about live shows that you're just constantly meeting new people so i guess you get less of that online because typically if someone's gonna tune into your livestream they follow you already right. I think it's harder to come by. Someone's livestream just at random so it's cool when you play like a restaurant bar where you do have people coming in from who knows where or if you're in a different town or or what have you right like you'd meet people at you'd never meet otherwise so I think i miss a that. And i think other people miss that too. 'cause it's almost like the magic like the The mystical side of life. Right that we're all kinda craving missing because it's not plant. So yeah i mean i haven't thought about that actually but i do think it's interesting because it's hard to meet people in the only way we're really socializing is through screens right now and i think a lot of people are struggling with that very much so so tell me. Let's i want to go back. A little bit was there. Was there a poll from your friends. To go out to calgary was at a a push to to leave Sudbury just fine just a new space. I'm curious about About that move that you made. Yeah i've kind of lived all over the place. Music has taken me. Isn't has taken me pretty much all across canada and i mean for performances but also living Sway was born and raised in set breed The town in northern ontario. And i mean it's the city but it's very much small town and apparently nickelback was signed there. So you know alex trebek's from their exciting things happen. This upgrade got Tattoos yes so the townhouse really. I wouldn't have thought like like. I'm running through my head thinking what like. Where would they applied. I would have been probably the downers. Is that the nickel. But i know there's a story about giving nickelback. I don't know where that story happened though. But you know so many great bands to or through sudbury. I've met so many artists tour during through town. I've opened for artists. And that's how you meet people and then when you tour or visit a town you you know reconnect with people. It's awesome I was born and raised there and it was a great place to grow up in and just be around the arts like i went to art schools and my dad's a musician just always was always such a supported thing which i'm so grateful for A lot of talented people from separate But i released my first indie record in twenty fourteen. And around that time i was like late every venue down so many times and i kinda wanted to grow and explore and i was really young and so i moved to montreal for a little bit and just wanted to taste that and see what the music scene was like.

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"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Welcome welcome welcome regard w welcome thank you. Thanks for having me just in house your back well. It's better than it was last week. But that means that you have definitely seen my social media complaints about my back. I try to keep positive but you know when you're in constant pain it's hard right. It's hard to be in a positive state of mind when your body is not cooperating. So i feel for anyone that has like legitimate health problems on a regular basis because it is it is tough. Was this like what what happened to you. Funny thing is. I i literally. I just woke up one day and couldn't really move properly like it just pulled back from doing nothing From sleeping in. I feel like a granny Yeah no and then. I kept Twisting it weird. Throughout the day in lifting heavy things that shouldn't be lifting in the end it would get worse than so yeah. I'm not quite sure why that happened of back issues in the past. But i haven't in years so i don't really know what happened. I just kind of woke up one day and sore. So i would call that aging. I know right. i'm just. I'm just getting old a lot older than you so i mean we're pretty much. Yeah i mean. I'm an old soul so i've always felt like growing up like i talked to my teacher on recess instead of my classmates because i just thought it was better conversation. Maybe now my body is just catching up in just trying to make me feel old. I don't know but it lasted over a week. Like it just started to like lead up today which is over a week so we'll good good. Hopefully by the time this goes live you'll be perfectly recovered. Yeah hopefully hopefully nice so now did you move to calgary over the past year. Or did you relocate their prior to all of this madden's yeah. It was before a couple of months before the pandemic so it was late. Twenty nineteen and. I was very lucky because i came out here for a visit. I before i moved i would say spring of twenty nine thousand nine hundred and met up with of my artist friends that i originally met in toronto and I figured it would be a good place to relocate in work on some new music. At least i would have a base of artists friends here. So i came out to visit and then i went back to -tario basically packed my stuff in in got ready to move in the fall of two thousand nineteen. And when i got here. I just hit the ground running and started doing shows here. Networking going out my friends performances in just networking networking networking Because you know it's important to do that in a new city especially on the live scene And then yeah maybe four or five months later cobra hit so. I was really glad that i did the work. The groundwork that i did when i first moved here just to feel more at home here that makes sense but yeah it's been tough because i signed with a local booking agency and started to get some really good gigs and then everything just kind of shut down so it's been tough to adjust in a new provinces in a new city a not really have a ton of light connections with venues in that kind of thing. It's hard to do that in this time right. Because they're not really open. Yeah it'll be interesting. Moving forward. I noticed on a i think it was on twitter. You gotta show from one of our former guests. Sass jordan moved us. That's hilarious because i don't really know. Sass she does pop up every once in a while like. I think i had one of my singles on. Cbc or something and she just caught wind of it and she was really supportive than i was like. You're awesome like she's just one of those Rod canadian talents. That's really supportive of up and coming artists. And i honestly don't even know how we connected. It might have been on twitter or instagram. But there's been a couple times when she's kinda shouted out so grateful for that office. she's awesome. She is awesome. One of our favourite. I remember up on mana. We i was up the to win at the time and we were joking around and and my wife at the after we finished because we're recording in the living room cottage and she said. I don't think i've ever heard you laugh that much during a podcast recording. No pressure to pressures on the lighting. The laughter got to step up awesome. Yeah no sometimes twitter. And that's why i love twitter. I mean i probably use it as eventing mechanism which is not the best thing if people catch me on an off day. But i've i've made so many genuine connections though through twitter because twitter is just one of those like spaces. I mean i know. People do argue a lot on twitter. But i've been really fortunate to meet people from across canada. That are just great people. And don't know how. I found them on twitter. But we somehow collide so it's cool when that happens. So you're you're in calgary for a few months. You're you're performing. Do you remember your last performance. Prior to lockdown. Yeah i think it was actually at the airport in In calgary there's a fairly upscale restaurant and this is through the booking agency and it was actually not even my gig. It was one of my. My best friends mariah. She is kind of like a household name in calgary. She's she's born and raised. Here is quite big on the country scene. And so she's with the same booking agency and she kind of had a residency at this Like hotel restaurant in the middle of the airport and for some reason she couldn't do the the gig and asked me to do it last minute and i said sure so. We exchanged stuff. And basically i got the contracts instead of her and I little did. I know that was going to be the last game. I was going to have a while. And then i felt bad because that was gonna be her last game for quite some time to and i took her but considering like we are very close friends if she's just a very supportive person so i mean obviously there was no bad feelings there but nobody knew i mean i think there was talk of but we had no idea how things were going to play out. No one did right. I was just one of those things. And it's funny that you guys were talking about the last episode you would have recorded in person was a year ago because i think that was one of the last things i did before everything locked down for. The first time was a local university radio station. Like i went in for an interview in a quick performance. And that was. I was the last person that they had in person so everything went digital from then on. Yeah no one. No one saw that coming either. Have you done i vote. I know you have done a lot of these virtual performances Tell me tell me about that. What what some how do you. How do you feel when you do that. Had a house. The the one thing that i understand is that there's no immediate feedback. But i'm really curious about you know how you feel as you're performing to a camera in s.'s. Yeah it's an interesting question because there's different dynamics. There's been a couple instances where i've done some live performances or some video.

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"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"justine" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Have no idea. I honest to god. I'm just regurgitating. What i sort of understood. Alan cross explained humble and friend who had no idea in fact one of the things that was interesting about the kings of leon i will say is that there was a guest. Gold tickets and people were settlers. Buying them for a gold tokens yet. Whatever you wanna call it and people were buying them for like like ninety thousand nine hundred thousand dollars. Ten am bellere's yeah. Yeah and so basically. It's you get the digital asset. Whatever that is and you also get for example front row tickets to a concert or something like that yeah. The holder of these tokens is Is eligible not eligible but they get four front row tickets to every tour that the kings of leon do They i think this one they get the album like vinyl copy. You get a digital copy. You gets Other audio visual components whether that's videos or Other digital arts you get you get access to that you are able to resell it and when resell it. A portion of that goes to the band of portion of it goes theoretically you can program it this way. Yeah then of course go to the band of goes to charity if they want to and then a portion of it goes back to the person that has sold its rights and there's a limited number of token. Sorry there's a limited number of these tokens so it's not sold to ever want all the time. Yeah i understand that. It was not to every show that it was one show so fred's comment was it doesn't show zal every tour so they end up doing only one tour if they end up only doing one tour. Break it up. Then that's you you've sort of bought one tour but at the end up doing five more tours you've got four front and not only that but you get a first class experience you get limbo to the concert. You get a private meet and greet at the concert. You get a concierge at the concert and you get one item of everything that's being sold in the like. So won t shirt. One hoodie like everything that they sell of their merch. You get one item each There as well so the now this is specific to kings of leon but thankfully that's on the blockchain because could you try to imagine managed the blockchain who don't even have time now to explain what the heck do changes. But that's the pre show. Greg high the following podcasts is brought to you by radical road brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of leslie. Bill find at eleven seventy seven queen street east. That's radical road brewery. Greg remember that episode. We did with With vin rock from naughty by nature. So this is how the celtics changed. Because you're you're in sunlight and the sun is going down. I remember last summer. We spoke with With vin rock and it was really sunny outside And and he was in new york and by the time the the recording ended he had to change what he was sitting so he could turn on the lights because over time you could see bright light and all of a sudden it's starting to get darker darker because it was sitting near window. Yeah.

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NFL Franchise Tag Tracker, Denver Broncos

Broncos Country Tonight

04:11 min | 1 year ago

NFL Franchise Tag Tracker, Denver Broncos

"Own ego signing the franchise tag is gonna make you more money. In the long run. You will make more money off the franchise tag because you're still going to get the big money deal the next year or the year after. And it's interesting for like Dak Prescott, For example, he ended up getting the five year deal that Dallas ended up wanting simultaneously. He got more money up front. I mean, I think I remember he was six years ago. Control. They got everything they wanted out of exactly right. But on the other side, he had to wait for Patrick Holmes deal to come in. Yes, way for John Watson and better And that's you saying the market on Lee goes up You is an NFL team. You are one of two entities. You are the people that set the market or you are the people that are reacting to it. That's it. There is no in between, and so you can either get out in front of it and pay a guy and it's gonna be a cheap deal in two years. It's gonna be expensive. Looking at the front end. You're gonna get a little laughter when you sign it. And then two years and then your best bet go well, you got a quarterback, that's 80% of the market. Or you're gonna be. You know the team that it's reacting to the market and get going over pay for stuff. That's what happens. You know, the faster you get the deal done, the better off. You are period point blank end of discussion. By the way. Marcus may also got tagged today. So is it. We're tying to justice that was expected, You know, Like I said, I can't go to the particulars. But I had a great conversation there Senior bowl with Eric Burkhardt, who's Marcus Mae's agent? We're talking about the situation and everything, And I think those two safeties are eyeballing each other as far as what the contract Sorry. It's gonna be a question. Which team blinks first, but this was kind of like If we go back several years, everyone Dez Bryant and Marius Thomas. Both got tags. They both ended up getting their contracts done, but they literally got done within the same day. Well, it was pulled. Teams were waiting on the other one, You know, to kind of see the framework and see if they were the same ballpark. This deal done. And finally Jerry was, like, just do it here, you know, And that's and then the Broncos like, okay, we'll offer you that. It is very same thing crazy, so it might come down to the same kind of deal And if the Jets can get Marcus made done, they think Justin's will get done first, and I think it will get done early. Okay, So I think Justin's deal we've got well before the draft. Okay. All right. I like that. They've got to well after that to get it done. So that's just my hunch. Um, based on what I know about both sides of the situation and and again, it kind of comes back to the whole procedural word that was used. That was the word that the Broncos used. That's the word that we've understood this entire time. You've been listening the program, we said From a procedural standpoint, the Broncos will likely use that franchise tag for the second time on Justine Simmons is not the intense and not give him a long term deal. People are misunderstanding this situation, and I even had questions today about okay. Well, if they would've pushed back the franchise tag, maybe the Broncos could've gotten something done. Or maybe the Broncos should have tried to do something like the Cowboys were. This whole deal came together in like 24 hours. The fact is, if you You with the way it's supposed to be viewed, which is what the Broncos are doing. This is a we don't want you going anywhere. We don't want to risk getting to the final 11th hour and all of a sudden there's a paperwork issue, and we can't do a bill. That's exactly right. We do not want to risk that. We're not gonna stub our toe. And so we're going to go ahead and get this thing done now and understand they on the other side. The expectation by all parties involved is to get something long term done. Yeah, um and how it should be used by the way the doctor getting it done in 24 hours. I hate that. I hate that term because it's It's not really They were close last year last they were. They were close last twosome framework there, But I'm saying that like it really escalated over the last 24 hours. To appoint, at least at some of the reporting this out there really escalated over the last 24 hours that they were able to get to the finish line right before the franchise tag deadline, right, so that that's that's the thing Dallas has been called. They were close, actually Latin. Not last year, the year before last, Scuse me. Before the first tag that September. They were close. Stephen Jones, They believed they had it. They believed they had it and they were. There were some issues with length and and how the final two years of the deal were structured and all that kind of stopping. It fell apart last night, but they they thought Dallas thought they had it done. S o. You know, I'll just I'll just leave that at that. And we can we go up but a sparse the Broncos go. I have no doubts that they'll get this deal done. I really don't have 99.999999999% Sure they get this thing done, Okay? And then as far as

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"justine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"justine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jo, congratulations to Justine Simmons. But not really. Justin just signed his franchise tender, which is going to pay him. I believe, who've $11 million somewhere in that neighborhood, and they still have Until Wednesday to get a long term contract done. So Justin, just doing the same thing that deck Prescott did with the Dallas Cowboys in signing the franchise tag tender and knock on wood. We can get a deal done. Before the time is up, but an interesting question. Is the Corona virus, stopping Justine Simmons from getting a long term deal because of the financial uncertainty. That is out there right now, And we know that You know? The reason the NFL is never going to Um Truly tell you the amount of money that is being made by each one of these clubs. No. There's ticket Rev. There's merchandise. There's FNB. There's parking There's a number of different ways that that money is made. From these teams. The TV deal is off the charts. Obviously. But what if? What if there aren't all these games? What if the entire season doesn't get played? What if There's a situation like we have with Major League baseball, where all of a sudden We go from a giant amount of games to 60 Well, One thing was brought up on the NFLPA A conference call today that Josina Anderson put out Was that one of the things that the players have discussed If the NFL asked them to escrow, a portion of their funds is to strike. Mmm. I want no part of that. I mean, no part of that. No, that would get ugly at that point. Here. Here's Who's Here's how it's going to be really bad for if you Somehow negotiated a long term deal and you got it done before all hell broke loose. And everything went a little bit crazy. You're in good shape. If you're right now, in the process of negotiating in your name's not Patrick Mahomes. You're not getting your money. You're probably not getting paid, and by the way, and by the way, that price tag is probably going down, not up based on the economics of the game. Which could be completely Not off the ledge, depending on how things turn out this season. And let's be honest unless the NFL unless there's some sort of miracle, and there's a vaccine that comes out in the next couple of months. The most any stadiums are gonna have is 25% which means they're losing 75% of that revenue, plus whatever else was in and around that, and there's no way that they can make up all of that they can put as many signs in the first. 34 rows of the of the stands that they want their not making up that money that comes from the fans buying those tickets. You know, it's just not going to happen, and by the way you were correct on Justine Simmons, it's 11 point for $4 million. The top five safeties basically make around 14 to $15 million. So that's the range that you'd be looking at. If the Denver Broncos were Teo do a long term deal with him, they would need to be in that range and they're just not doing it right now. And what's the shame is is if they do lose money this year or they don't make nearly as much Is. Guess what Justin Simmons ain't getting next year, either. Most likely And that's the that's the scariest part of it all. You know, the thought was that Justine Simmons? I was hoping, you know. Look, they may he made ah. He made a lot of great improvements last season. I mean, Justine Simmons was rated in the top a bunch of top categories. When you look at a pro football focus in the way that they They rate and Numerically give you a grade. Fine. How you play. Justine Simmons was right up there. Justin Simmons was top two top three in a number of categories. He's a great player. There's no doubt about it and in a perfect world. If none of this Corona virus had happened, they probably do a long term deal with him, and everybody has pointed out. Everybody that John Elway is tagged, has eventually worked out a long term deal with Herbie Von Miller, where they would be de Marius Thomas and the like. I think there's been five or six of them, and all of them have worked at a long term deal. So you would expected Justine Simmons to do the same. But this whole Corona virus has put a big time. Hurt into what's goingto happen. Going forward with these players. I put it down here on the run down. The NFL in the NFLPA. They still have a number of things to come together on before they report on July 28th that includes preseason games testing protocols. Potential potential salary give backs. They also need to address with her and when players can opt out for the 2020 season, so this is a long way from getting finalized. Now they do have time. Obviously, what is today the tent so they have 18 days to figure it all out, but all of those issues have to be done. Before July 28th. Otherwise, it might make sense to push this back a little bit and have them work out their differences, which if they if they paid attention to all, it's a baseball This should have been done Probably a while ago. Here's the scary Here's the scary thing. That concerns me as somebody who He is longing for the game of football to return. I wanted to return on time, I think, as most fans D'oh Yes, I wanted to return. In the safest possible matter manner, So that way it doesn't go away. But do you know how many times I mean? How many days they have Kouf? 18. Okay. Do you know how many times Major League Baseball had 10 days, 14 days, 21 days. You know, a month, two months to get something done, and they didn't get it done in any of them. Then get it done in any of those days now granted. It would be like Training camp, starting for the Broncos, then plane. Three of their four preseason games it getting stopped in the regular season. Never taking place. That's what Major league baseball Just went through. But in this case.

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George Floyd murder suspect to appear in court in Minnesota

Jim Bohannon

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

George Floyd murder suspect to appear in court in Minnesota

"The former Minneapolis police officer charged with the second degree murder of George Floyd will be in court today the original charge of third degree murder was upgraded last week by Minnesota AG Keith Ellison to unintended second degree murder I believe the evidence available to us now supports the stronger Charles this is Casey believes a solid but historically it's been difficult to convict police officers of murder Hennepin county DA Mike Freeman has been successful in that endeavor however the conviction of former officer Mohammed nor for the killing of Justine Ruszczyk as he responded to her nine one one call nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison if shopping is convicted he faces forty years in

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Grimes and Elon Musk Welcome a Baby Boy

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Grimes and Elon Musk Welcome a Baby Boy

"Line musk and singer crimes are welcoming a baby boy into the world with the details here's USA radio networks when he came singer and musician Grimes is the new mom the thirty two year old recording artist gave birth to her first child a son with her boyfriend Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon musk he shared the good news on Twitter writing mom and baby are all good in on mass has five other sons with his ex wife Justine

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"I'm Saying Goodbye": Maria Sharapova Retires From Tennis at Age 32

Beyond the Baseline

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"I'm Saying Goodbye": Maria Sharapova Retires From Tennis at Age 32

"Don't know if you share my sentiments. This was news. That is not remotely surprising. We were all expecting this. I think Most people had already pre filed. The Maria Sharapova retires column and yet I gotTa say it feels you know an hour into this but Feels a little weird definitely I. This is not like Last time we had big Sharipova News at SL which was of course it. Two Thousand Sixteen and that that was a big surprise. This like you said I think we all saw it coming. It was a matter of when and not if so for to be now is I think a pretty normal timing given whether she's going to play Indian Wells and Miami probably would have kick started her into the French and Wimbledon and then sort of. You're playing out the year at that point so for her to call it quits after all. Cheyenne this little gaps. Seems to make sense but I don't know what do you think? Yeah ranked ranked three seventy three. Something had to give here. This is a five time major champion. Who you did not think was going to play the wild card game for very long. I I guess I would perhaps suspected she would have played Indian Wells. It's an event where she's had success. It's two hours from her home in southern California she would have gotten a grand sendoff But you know this. This is I had these two competing instincts with Sharipova. What what do we know about her? She is fiercely. Driven fiercely competitive. She is and always has been. I think we can talk about this a bit later. The consummate professional and those are really dueling instincts when you're ranked three seventy three and not playing it anywhere near the level that you're accustomed to Part of you probably says I can fight through this. This is just more adversity. I can overcome. I'm better than this. I just need to work harder. I can get my body right. I can get my mind right. I can get back. I don't WanNa go out like this and another part of you says surely I can't have this indignity. I can't be losing round after round early. I'm not seated so I'm playing tough opponents. My Body's giving up on me so I think you had and they came from the same place but they're two very different ways to react to to the same core instinct and today she said enough is enough. I mean I think you're right that You know February is a strange month in tennis. And I guess you know we're we`re. There's no perfect way to retire from the sport and we see even within tennis players very differently. Some players go on this goodwill tour and some players like Caroline Wozniacki says look. I'm going to pinpoint this as my last event and go ahead and prepare your tribute reels. And I'm GonNa play this event knowing when I lose my last match. That's IT and Sharipova. We've seen other players. There's players do this as well. Sharapova pulled us out of the blue and it's it's a Wednesday and she's not at a tournament today And retired in her own way. So I don't know I mean the other. There are a number of questions that stem from this whole conversation and jump in any jump in anytime here. I mean I think the overall question when a player retires as we assess legacy I don't know particular bullet points. Jump out at you Jamie. I think I think highs and lows complicated legacy Of course is going to be attached to share over The the craziest thing I think if you look at the timing now she's ranked three hundred seventy three which says absolutely nothing about her career but to your point. I mean she was at the point now where she was trying to come back and she's nowhere even near the top one hundred You know not even winning any matches and it's it must be really hard for her honestly to you know given all that she's accomplished. I think we said thirty six. W titles obviously the five Grand Slams all these rivalries quote unquote particularly with Serena Williams which is also another interesting conversation to have but I think it was probably getting difficult for her to continue to be you know struggling and Her her legacy given you know the the MELDA NEOM and the ban will always thou always be part of her story? Yeah I think you're absolutely right and today should be happy day. Celebrate a five time major champion. I mean I was looking at her staff and I think we forget how good she was for for a variety of reasons. I think to the casual tennis fan. They were misled by two. One is the head to head with Serena that you reference. She beat Serena Breakthrough Center women. Final Two thousand four and then she loses whatever. The math twenty two is the derived. So lose eighteen nineteen matches to Serena Williams And I think that to the casual fan that we say rivalry. And then we sort of have to amend that to say with a lopsided rivalry which might be an oxymoron. The other thing about Sharipova that I and I wrote about this that I think is a great Sort of misleading bid about her is she had this regal disposition and she endorsed product after product. And it was very upscale. And it's Evian Cole Haan I remember you. I remember walking in New York and seeing her on three different billboards for three different upscale products. And there was this or of elegance. She was selling herself as much as she was a brand. She was selling sort of cosmopolitan posh elegance in yet. The tennis was. I was called her sort of tennis. Gym Rat I mean. It was not elegant tenants by any stretch and Jud admit to that and she was in her own way your own six foot one inch which she was a grinder and she was not what you call an athlete. He wasn't a graceful mover. She did not play graceful elegant tennis and I always thought that was really to her credit. That you'd see her on the back court and she'd be doing her footwork drills because she knew that was an area to improve and she would be working on her serve which always gave her fit in part because of the shoulder injury and she would grind out matches and she would win tough matches. She did not. This was not the female Roger Federer and I think tennis fans of course know that but I think casual fans see all of this aura of elegance and assume she played that way and that wasn't the case at all I mean the the screaming grunting grinding sweating. You'll brushing the hair that had managed to her forehead. That's the Maria Sharapova on the tennis court has an athlete And I think you know again I want to just this should be a day to give credit to someone who had a tremendous career and five majors. Yes but thirty six titles almost forty million dollars you got to number one. I mean this is really an a-list career and you know she had the misfortune of playing. At the same time Serena Williams and there was a lot that went into that relationship beyond the tennis. That probably did not work to Maria benefit but you take away. Cerita you take away. Venus Williams seven majors. Maybe Justine Henin. Maybe Kim Clijsters and I think it's very easy to make the case. Marisha published one of the top five players of the Post Steffi Graf of the last twenty five years and tennis so this is really a remarkable career. And yet as you mentioned if we're going to talk about her honestly. This wasn't the way it was supposed to end. Which is you know a a doping ban. I thought a very clumsy handling of the doping ban. I thought it was very out of character and off brand of her to have been so sloppy. Not just in the violation but then in the aftermath and how it was handled and some of the the the the press conference that we referenced and she was never the same player after that and you know co correlation is not causation and may simply have been that. She was a little sport and she was in early thirties and players get older. We see this on not just in tennis but in in sports in general I mean thirty two big number in in women's tennis but it was not supposed to end with a doping band and a ranking that drifted deep into triple figures so overall macro great career hall of fame player but there is a tinge I think of bittersweet. There is a little bit of disappointment. That This wasn't the way this hall of fame career was supposed to be a gift. Compare what we saw a month ago when Caroline wozniacki is out there on the court and our families there and she's toasted and all of the players are making tribute videos and were. She's crying but she's saying I'm not sad and she does. I mean I talked to her the following day. She was all gussied up because she clearly had been doing the spots around. There's definitely a difference of a decision on your terms and decision that was made based on your body and The time of your career. You know it's it's very different in comparing into. What was the Yankee especially given those? The Yankees recent title in Australia just seemed very full circle for her to do that. this again is random but also very expected. I think one of the things I always sort of liked about Sharipova was Her personality in in two ways. I think we talk. You talk about her on the court sweating grinding shrieking. I mean everyone. I think even if you're not a big tennis fan you know share Provo. Because maybe she made you mute the TV while you're watching a match and that's something that a lot of people will probably joke about but you know she worked hard in the court she was always like fierce and and you know a competitor for sure but she also you know. I remember processors and and interviews where she's actually has a very great personality and and you know quite opposite of that fierce competitor where she could be funny and she was actually Kinda Witty and and You know there was a a side to her personality. That was very likable. When most people on the court probably saw the opposite so overall she's a huge name. In this sport she's one of the handful that transcends just tennis you you mentioned her and she needs only one name There's only a handful of those type of athletes so I think She will definitely be missed. I think we're fair to

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Making sense of the Brexit confusion

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:55 min | 3 years ago

Making sense of the Brexit confusion

"Turn now to today's top story you'd be fooled into thinking that you k. was in full campaigning mode by this weekend papers depending spending which paper you picked up the Conservative Party was going to promise you the moon or destroy civilization labor either had the beginnings of a pasta victory or already dead and unburied and Nigel farage from the Brexit party isn't going to stand for parliament but he's not going to go away so Vince macaroni. UK correspondent for your news joins me in the studio here to make sense of a rather messy weekend welcome back to the Vincent the the thing that everybody's talking about this weekend is that despite the fact that it is brexit has brought brought us to this general election in the United Kingdom everybody is determined not to be an election about brexit overseas are trying to shift the focus back onto domestic guess used as the feeling in the country too much of the national broadband has been taken up the bandwidth being taken up five brexit for years and years is now and they want to hear the party's plans for other services they want to hear about education any chest police because there is a feeling that after ten years of parity these services are very much at the point of collapse and so I think my understanding is Labor will try very much to in the next two days to get the brexit part of the election done do do that big speech and then try to move on from that and talk about other issues the Denver through interesting of surprise that they actually put brexit in their in their main party slogan last week they are very much thinking that if they hone in on the Brexit message that that could be there rock wall like it was in the two thousands that got them under Charles Kennedy and Nick Clegg up two numbers kind of approaching sixty and if they have a very clear simple message and they will to other policies but if they are the anti brexit party that will give them a huge boost in numbers and along with the SNP it could be those two parties that decide the course of what happens at the end of this election indeed the political world at the moment is shifting to the point where we have how many people now who have left their respective parties to join the Liberal Democrats in order to buy into this this anti brexit ticket we've seen an awful lot of people who would say with Bush sort of Brexit moderates have moved over quite a few figures moved over this weekend as well didn't they yes we had more switches happening but also the big thing as well to watch as the number of resignations that's taking cases is pretty extraordinary you're seeing kind of root out of women in parliament something that Theresa may too low touched to help get in but you're saying on the conservative side of moderate women like Nicky Morgan who currently sits in cabinet it is going Margaret James was a successful businesswoman also algae bt woman she says that the abuse and talk nature parliament's got too much she is going You need likes Angora Justine greening you're seeing real kind of carve out long Ken Clarke as well of the kind of the the Severo file centrist camera night position in the party just suddenly being kind of removing themselves from it one of the key voices in that was dominic grieve is a former attorney general here in the United Kingdom them kicked out of the Conservative Party voting against Boris Johnson a now making a very strong point which suddenly places a British election or other international personal life is called for the publication of a report on Russian meddling in the democratic process in the UK to be published before the general election. Boris Johnson has said no it Trumpian echoes it it does embarrassed I mean the the problem is you know report tells you what went wrong it doesn't help you set up the procedures you need to change and protect for tech something for future so whilst it would be handy to know I mean I think all of the parties will be taking you know improve security measures to make sure that they're not oh getting hacked as we've seen other elections being where you know the DNC and the US was hacked but yeah there is a question mark about social media we know that twitter has decided it won't Muskrats I mean that wasn't a massive issue here I think in in the UK you know the numbers on twitter actually quite small when you step outside of Westminster bubble it's not it's not the whole population but yeah we all uh-huh very curious to see what it is that is happening on facebook because the problem is that you or I are not seeing the APPS that certain people James and Scunthorpe and Tom in Wales and and Julie Danas brightness saying because of this micro targeting that is going on in that still hasn't been cleared up it would be interesting to know especially with the kind of talk now the pressure being put on facebook iceberg and other countries in Europe having blocks facebook from running class I think Arlen and France with the two in recent elections that have blocked whether the UK should've said until this this problem is cleared up we do this but at the moment all the polls looking so tight and I think all the parties will be worried by the poll numbers at the weekend especially going towards possibly hung parliaments parliament's that they're all keeping mum on their social media activties thing that was raised this weekend was the the Joe Promise it Boris Johnson in had given been given the gave rather diner dej then stay in the European Union post the thirty first of all I'm currently unite currently sitting in London were still part of the European Union check my calendar country disappointed around the country expressing the defections Liberal Democrats there was he gave even into yesterday for the first guy and the interviewer asked him if he was if he would apologize for effectively breaking a fundamental promises miss that he had repeated and repeated and repeated and this is what he said this study I do I do and I'm deeply deeply deeply disappointed and I had to consider sorry yes absolutely right then do we consider that to be an apology or is this is someone who's sort of off off record half acknowledging the problem I think as far as half ignoring the problem and I think this might come into the four of this election Boris Johnson have a line for decades that his personal life private life is personal and he's not going to discuss it and he's not someone who stands on election and preaches family values I use but when it comes to this issue of trust and the scrutiny of someone's personal life that is fair game in a general election when you're trying to become the Alito country his election the Tories was only around one hundred forty thousand in the end his electric this time is millions and millions of people and they have a right to know the character the person that is leading country I think Boris Johnson is going to struggle struggled in that interview particularly the sort of talk to sort of he had to four times say he wasn't he was asked four times about ruling out to this Scottish referendum for independence and he wouldn't do that because he knows he might have packed with the SNP and then later on clarified obsessions Shinzo did rule out because the interview was very it was very boris trying to office gate trying to dither and trying to get away from things I think he's going to face in the coming weeks some pretty harsh questions about his almosty his relationship with truth the people that he has misled recently a court found her majesty the Queen and the way that he's conducted his personal life we're in different world though now and not many people actually care about such things it would in the old days have hats it's on quickly booted out of number ten you say that then of support for Johnson but I'm not I'm not saying that the conduct itself is what will turn people off I think it is putting a question mark above his head that he may not be someone to trust and the way he is treated family and friends uh-huh means that believing what he's saying is very hard and when he's giving interviews like that one yesterday to say for Ridge on sky in which he seems very evasive I don't think about will help is 'cause neither will Nigel farage who the leader of the brexit party and someone who keeps appearing on television screens an awful lot despite the fact that he isn't actually a member of parliament is and nor does he intend to be an an MP this timer I mean first of all a very curious decision he'd he'd obviously looked at the polling and brexit party had dipped down over the weekend in the polls he's someone who's previously run for parliament seven times and been rejected five elections to buy collections and being an MVP There is a lot less scrutiny than being an MP but an MBA in this country means that you have to declare your finances you you had to declare your interest you will say are accountable to constituents I mean I I for one cannot envision Nigel farage running Friday constituency surgeries and trying to help other people people have problems Nigel Farraj is probably a broadcaster these days first and foremost as well as a kind of media figure and I think it's very interesting how can you I'm I'm an send the latest say they're going to release their sort of six hundred fifty candidates they're gonNA run up and down the country they have given Boris Johnson is two weeks window to drop his deal and then they could form an alliance Donald Donald Trump is once again over the weekend probably frogs etchings toll bars you know do deal with this Guy Nigel but for Nigel how can you say that you're launching a national national domestic policy and not want to be the leader of it in the House of Commons how can you how can you be doing that how come the public you you seriously as a political force when you yourself are doing it and I think they did sweep the MVP elections earlier in the year I went to one of their events in the candidates some optic strong one referring to Africa as a country rather than the continent on stage not being corrected not correcting herself and I think the scrutiny that comes by being an MP is far more the running for an Emmy Pena's country and the caliber of the candidates might not be as strong they might not be as well vetted and I think think that some of them will be sort of par local hustings did some macaroni from urine you thank you very much indeed for journeys monocle twenty

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Boris Johnson loses his majority.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:56 min | 3 years ago

Boris Johnson loses his majority.

"Coming up on the News Boris the Johnsons Conservative Party loses its majority in parliament. UK currency volatile as investors try to gauge Brexit exit risks and cancer is now the biggest middle aged killer in rich nations. It's Tuesday September three three. I'm Anthony Davis British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and suffered key defections from his party today losing a working majority in parliament and weakening his position as he tried to prevent him piece from blocking his brexit plans plans claiming that rebels would diminishing his chances of negotiating a deal with the EU on the day of high drama in the House of Commons politicians return from the summer break to confront Johnson over his insistence that the UK leave the e U on October thirty first even without withdrawal agreement to cushion the economic blow many shouted resign. Johnson's tenuous position became clear even as he spoke in parliament for the first time since it reconvened gened Philip Liam P rose from his chair on the conservative benches and sat down with a Liberal Democrats defection that meant Johnson lost his slim working majority of one that makes Johnson vulnerable should. MP's opt to try to oust him in a vote of no confidence and will complicate the passage of legislation. Leah today to other prominent conservative signalled their intention not to seek reelection rather than bend to Johnson's will all former cabinet minister justine greening and former Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt also signalled their intentions to stand down Jeremy. I mean Coleman leader of the main opposition. Labor party lambasted the weekends Johnson accusing him of riding roughshod over the constitution in order to crash Britain out of the EU without a deal widely considered to be Johnson's preferred outcome changing the government would not be simple a no confidence vote would would spark a fourteen day period in which Johnson could try to overturn the result. If he failed there would be a general election The pounds today touched its lowest level against the dollar since one thousand nine hundred eighty five as international investors fret over a political showdown over brexit this week the British currency fellas low as one dollar and nineteen cents down almost ascent on the day before aw recovering somewhat to one dollars twenty the pound has become the main indicator of international investors confidence in Britain's economy. It's effectively makes British people poorer as they can spend less on travel and foreign goods which become pricier but it also helps British exporters as well as the many multinationals nationals that are based in the country but most of them money in other countries and currencies oil companies like Shell and BP make them money in Dulles around the world converting that back two pounds when they report earnings so the pounds drop is generally a boost to them. That's why the main stock index the footsie one hundred and has actually held up well in the face of the brexit chaos while the pound is down almost seven percent this year the stock index is up eight percent stocks focused based on Britton's own economy however fared more poorly leaving the European Union without a trade deal would cost Britain at least sixteen billion dollars in in lost eighty you sales and probably far more after accounting for indirect effects and other markets. This represents an approximate seven percent loss of overall. UK UK exports to the EU that would include five billion dollars in motor vehicle exports two billion dollars in animal products and a further two billion in in apparel and textiles cancer now causes more deaths among the middle middle aged in higher income countries than cardiovascular disease study suggests globally heart problems and stroke is the leading cause of death at this age but the researchers say people in rich nations a two and a half times more likely to die of cancer than cardiovascular disease in the middle years is in poorer nations. The reverse is true with cardiovascular disease three times more likely to claim the lives. The study published in the Lancet is he's drawn from a global research program following the lives of thousands of people from across twenty. One countries research is led by a team from Canada's McMaster university looked at the fate of one hundred sixty thousand people enrolled in the program between two thousand five and two thousand sixteen cardiovascular disease caused more within forty percent of deaths in middle and low income countries but less than a quarter in high income countries. The researchers say this could be because rich countries trees provide more medication and treat more people in hospital. You can subscribe hi to the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask. Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on I tunes and follow us on twitter attack. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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French team celebrate World Cup win with Paris victory parade

Gary King

02:15 min | 4 years ago

French team celebrate World Cup win with Paris victory parade

"Talk radio off our headlines good morning theresa may's brexit plans being attacked as a fudge by the former education secretary justine greening still the times it's the worst of both worlds she's now calling for a second referendum could be a tory rebellion later when the bill is debated in the commons and the skies political correspondent laura abandoned explains boris johnson's now free to resume his newspaper column using this as a scathing attack on the prime minister instead it's more of a rallying cry really saying it's time to believe in grape written for now he says he's not banging on about brexit someone who is stay justine greening former education secretary she is now the first former cabinet member to come back a second referendum the us president is in finland where he'll meet his russian counterpart it follows his phone day care visit which was dominated by protests donald trump's already said he has low expectations for the summit with ladimir putin hundreds of thousands of french football fans have been celebrating their second world cup victory in twenty years there were some clashes with police in parts france last night with reports of looting in central paris after yesterday's win over croatia in moscow meanwhile the tournament's hosts will also be pleased with the success the head of fever jenny infantino has thanks russia's president vladimir putin this world cup has not just been the greatest show on earth it has been the best world cup ever and for this i would like to thank you sincerely warning burglaries could be on the rise due to the hot weather data from a comparison scientists found house breakins are likely to peak next month we're being edged to keep windows and doors locked when no one's at home whether there'll be some hot sunshine to clean the south and the east shari rain moving in from the west which will be heavy at times across the uk online and on independence republic of mike graham onto blasted wrestling banana republic people who can capital punishments isn't going far enough the reverend rebellious rebuild debate with the korean dictator depends on republic of mice graham this morning from ten on soccer you across the.

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Brexit is killing investment in UK car industry

Today

04:30 min | 4 years ago

Brexit is killing investment in UK car industry

"In the past year because of uncertainty about brexit the society of motor manufacturers and traders said that investment dropped from six hundred forty seven million pounds in the first half of two thousand seventeen to three hundred and forty seven million pounds in the same period this year and it's urged the government to rethink its policy of leaving the customs union our economics editor come out on it reports after warnings from us and siemens it is the turn of the uk's eighty two billion pound cossack to raise its concerns about brexit the society of motor manufacturers and traders said uncertainty over britain's future relationship with the eu was thwarted investment and that the government's red lines on the type of daily wanted we're working directly against the industry mike holes the chief executive of the smmt said the uk should remain in the eu customs union and that without clarity carmaking would suffer overnight closure but it could be a death by thousand cuts gradually the competitiveness of the uk is a road making it that much harder to attract the investment it's the investment that makes us so competitive the government said it was working for a good deal with the eu and firms such as nissan and bmw had invested in the uk since the referendum the commons has overwhelmingly backed a plan to build a third runway at heathrow airport it was passed with a majority of nearly three hundred after more labor mp's decided to back the government thunder bank jeremy corbyn who opposes heathrow's expansion h tori mp's rebelled the result was welcomed by unions and business leaders but the environmental group greenpeace said it was joining several london boras in bringing a court challenge now political correspondent ben wright reports conservative mp's had been ordered to back the proposal but eight longstanding critics of a third runway voted against it including zac goldsmith justine greening and greg hands who quit as a trade minister last week in order to oppose a scheme he described in the commons is fatally flawed boris johnson chose to avoid the vote altogether a swerve that prompted mockery from labor mp's and criticism from some conservatives labour zone position was fudged the party's leadership opposed to third runway but gave its mp's a free vote in the end more labor mp's voted with the government than the ninety four who voted against the third runway the transport secretary chris railings had the vote was a very strong statement by parliament that would pave the way for a third runway although a group of councils and campaigners are planning a legal challenge to the decision britain will risk of fresh confrontation with russia today when it seeks new palace for chemical weapons inspectors to say who is responsible for nerve agent attacks in syria the foreign secretary boris johnson will use a special meeting in the hague to table the proposals which are opposed by moscow this report my aunt diplomatic correspondent james landale in recent years the international convention that chemical weapons should not be used his broken down nerve agents have been deployed many times in syria once on the streets of salisbury many of these attacks are investigated by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons but the opec w as it's known can establish only if chemical weapons have been used not who was responsible so the foreign secretary boris johnson will formerly table a proposal today to give the inspectors new powers to attribute blame next time chemical weapons used in syria the plans will be considered at a special conference in the hague of all the countries which have signed the chemical weapons convention british diplomats have launched a huge effort to win support to win a vote tomorrow but russia opposes the plan which might see it syrian allies face further international condemnation president trump has criticized the american motorcycle maker harley davidson for its decision to move some of its production outside the united states the company said it wanted to avoid sharplyincreased eu you tariffs on imports mr trump said he was surprised that harley davidson of all companies was the first to wave the white flag the family of a british couple who were found murdered in jamaica last friday have urged people in the community to speak to the police if they know anything about the killings charlie and gail anderson who were both in their seventies had recently retired to the carribean having lived previously.

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Minneapolis police officer charged with murder, manslaughter in Justine Damond case

Vicki McKenna

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Minneapolis police officer charged with murder, manslaughter in Justine Damond case

"Ontari statement and cooperated with the police investigation bill wise wisconsin radio network no charges will be filed against to receive police officers who shot and killed dante shannon in january a state investigation determined shannon was armed and a threat to the officers shannon's family accuses authorities of a cover up isaac shannon was his uncle how easy is it to dock rainy thing that you won't and then how easy is it to have this broke down system tobacco it's real easy right shannon was shot to death after running away from a traffic stop a minneapolis police officer is fired hours after prosecutors charged him with murder in the killing of an unarmed woman prosecutors say officer mohammad noor who is hailed as the precincts first somali cop acted recklessly last july when he reached across his partner from the passenger seat of their police car and shoots the gun and an object did you can't see that's evidence of a depraved mind in my view hennepin county attorney mike freeman forty year old justin damon reuss check a life coach was set to be married called nine one one to report hearing a possible assault and went out to meet with officers but died in her alley or family is calling for justice nores attorney says he acted in accordance with his training jeff monosso fox news.

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