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"kashi" Discussed on Photography Daily
"You know we we still kick ourselves like what were we thinking you know and this is an you know this is important this is an important sensitivity as documentarian to to hold and to understand again. Even if you're you know when you're doing your family's life is that we put our work ahead of him that day right. So the filmmakers in us were like. Oh this'll be a great scene. Right will get him. You know in situ as the movers are dismantling his home. Not thinking about the impact. It would have on him and it's interesting how it's impacted me in how i work now. And i'm i'm much more sensitized. To the impact my work will have on. The people who photograph is not interesting and the other medical center that you mentioned after his fool. There's a there's a. There's a still photograph of you sat against the wall. Herbie's in the foreground. You're in the background steering. Focus your eyes to the ceiling. I think there's a. There's a crying shot as well as you were as you mentioned already that you were very emotional through it. I mean that's that's a still image that says everything about the rising stress that that the children she talks about the documentary as well but the this is this still image holds all that for me. That is a suppose of the film. The film that that is the moment for me It seemed that you both were beginning to document. This is you. your wife. Were beginning to document each other as much as herb at times was that was not the intention. Was it that just the way that it progressed. I think it had to do with sort of you know how to create a narrative you know figuring out what's the narrative going to be which is also why we did you know a role interviews of each of ourselves julian myself because whether we wanted to or not or unwittingly. We were prime subjects of this story. And so you didn't need to hear our voice and you know one thing. I'm very proud of and i think that's also important and why it has touched so many people around the world is that we were so handed. We didn't candy coat it we didn't you know. We reflected on the difficulties and the challenges. And you know the the Not defeats but you know the things we did wrong and but at the same time celebrating him and how beautiful it was and how how fortunate we were to be able to experience that wigging primarily about the first film but some of course there was a second film in the first film is is the story progressing with hub and the second film of course will during that time her houses. Yes so what happened was we did the first film for msnbc dot com and then we were asked by aarp. it's like the american association of retired persons. I think it's like the largest magazine in america because of it goes to everybody who over fifty five but anyway and so they asked us. This was also the early days of what is was called multimedia then they asked us to do a follow of film a year later which was called living with herbie anyway and so in the process of doing that Will he passed during the making of the second. The second phil. And i remember the night. He died Julia myself in a caregiver who his nighttime caregiver were around him. And i pulled out my little. You know cannon sure shot or whatever a little camera. And i took a picture of him you know kind of like slack jawed us dead right. 'cause that's what i do right i document. It was a few years later. I was going through my archive for something else and i came upon. That photo and i was floored. And i thought man went. Did you ever think you would ever share. Use this photo. It gets back to that thing of maintaining the dignity and respect of your subjects. You know that that it might be dramatic shop also. Why would anybody want to look at something like that. So it's a. I don't know if i'm answering your question but it's interesting. You know these things that we go through and doing this work. There's so much if you are open to it to realize into understand about yourself about the world about the people whose lives you document. But the story ended with his passing but it was a beautiful passing in that he was at home with us around him. It was fascinating because our daughter came in so she was like eight or nine. She came into the room and then ran out and started crying. And our son. Who's three years older refused to go into the room. But he laid down in the fetal position on a couch in the adjacent room. It was very interesting to watch how both of them processed this talking of the children enlighten it. Just a little at the end of this because there's lights on shade in every song is a fascinating documentary. Really is an an an and you know You're completely right. We're we're an aging demographic twenty million families in the documentary you you said find themselves in the situation. The sandwich generation in america to all the end of the film. The children Comment about one day. The both of you moving in with them. I think there's a particularly funny. My when i where they said that they'll Obviously technology moves on. They'll they'll just move you through to the room when they need your on mechanize bed. Well that was our daughter isabel because she was like yeah. I'll i'll wanna live with you and your older. But but i'll have a bed where i can press a button and move the bed into my room. And of course my thought i was like damn. You're lazy yeah. I've already told my kids. I wanna move in with you someday. I hope you don't mind because i'm coming. I've much rather be with my kids. Then be with a bunch of strangers in a facility late you guys moving into a face humongous bed and the new fresh button. You bed with go town live in. I wake up. And how i feel that this period in a way. Is this sort of hidden gift. You would never think it at the moment because it's so traumatic and stressful and sad but in the long run the kids are being given this lesson this life lesson in what it means to care for someone what it means to come through for someone else. My thanks to add cashing. He'll be back next week with a look back at. He's the graphic life a little bit more generally tomorrow for patrons there'll be more addition over patron channel and wednesday george logan environmentalist commercial wildlife photographer talks of his important photo project bringing the plight of africa's dwindling lime population to the full for everything in early nineteen hundreds nine hundred the half a million lions and the down to twenty thousand nine. And that's it for today. Keep sending your questions or feedback to studio at photography. Daily dot show so that i can fit you in the mail bag. 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"kashi" Discussed on Photography Daily
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"kashi" Discussed on Photography Daily
"For them at the end instead of some other sort of tragic ending. You know so so. There's no question that this project is story. This kind of story taps into a Universal vein of experience and empathy. The whole family was involved in this on a new. Your children have grown up a bit more now but they They were involved in it. What did they feel about the the process of it. Well yeah you know so. At the beginning. I said to everybody we had we actually at that point had all pair from south africa w.
"kashi" Discussed on Photography Daily
"You're having to deal with it yourself and set up all of the support services yourself. Nobody's prepared head down the okay all right and so you know it's really true. They say timing. Is everything in life well. The week we moved them into our new home got a commission from msnbc dot com to do a project on the sandwich generation and It's one of the few times in my career where a commission turned out to be basically a personal project and so i turned to julia my wife. Who's a collaborator. Many of our work. She's a filmmaker. And i said you know we don't have the wherewithal to do the research to go out and find a family who's going through this while we are going through it ourselves. So what about we turn our cameras on our on our cells and she looked at me and she basically said you can do it ed. But i'm going to take care of my father although the wolves are coming together of Minds on this and the end of goals because you collaborated on this together absolutely well. She's she's so amazing she not only did a tremendous job of caring for her dad and i absolutely pitched in as well But she also contributed to the to the documentation and of course edited the final film. But it was really interesting time in that way. You know i'm so as most photojournalists and documentarian are not used to looking at myself for my my own home in this case and i cannot tell you how the riches in discoveries i made that have made me only a better person but i believe a better photographer. Better documentarian now. I know what it feels like to be photographed until he filled even in moments that are compromised as is so often the case. When we documented other people's lives we capture them in compromised or vulnerable moments and As a teacher and a mentor now. Too many younger photographers you know. It's something that. I emphasize how important it is to to get to develop that sensitivity because often where let's say sometimes the media however sensitive the person may be. We can be a bit callous. You know because we have a job to do. But the job isn't making a widget it's it's invading invading our ways into people's private lives and capturing these those moments we close in in this project he would turning the camera very much on yourself own new family on each other. How long did it take you to get used to that. Well so so really interesting thing. That came out of this was very quickly. What i realized was for me emotionally and psychologically being able to pick up a camera allowed me a kind of distance from what was going on in my home and so in some ways i i i believe it buffered maybe the stress or the emotional impact. I might've had if i was just there as i say as a civilian or as a family member now there were times where i would drop the camera and take care of herbie you know I like to say that also this. This was a time where there was a very humbling. You know where when you are changing the diaper of your father in law who doesn't matter these in-law family member and you're you know you're you're learning what it means to make. Sure someone's clean and and really really cared for the way you would want to be cared for yourself. You know and it really drove home. Just how deep all this is an also you know there are millions and millions of people not just in the united states and most of the industrialized world increasingly throughout the whole world. As we age that are going to be confronted with these situations now. I'm well aware that outside of let's say western culture. What we did is not extraordinary. That's just what you're expected to do you know so i'm well aware of that. I i you know maybe. In the context of of being in america it was. It seemed a bit not extraordinary but you know something special but even in the context of america there many american families that are beautiful with their loved ones and and take care of them. But there's no question that this sort of capitalistic western society is for whatever reason is of now orienting oriented in such a way that we marginalize are very young. And we marginalize very old. You said that the Looking through the ip into this story gave some some distance perhaps at times but Was that was that catharsis as well was. Was it a process where it helped you accept this this whole thing more easily and it's a really good question. Will you know one thing that happened for me. Also not only in carrying foreign documenting herbie's life with us previously. When we worked on the aging project was that often when there was a tough moment. I was the one in the room crying. The most and i kept wondering like you know a bit of a softie but you know why. Why is that. And then. I realized like my father died when i was ten thousand nine hundred and sixty seven so it was a time where you know kids of that age were shielded from here cancer so i never got to say goodbye to my father and it wasn't anything even thought about until i started to Learn these things through my work and observe other people going through that and so i do believe that that doing this work really brought out for me when you talk about catharsis it made me understand better why i get so emotional in situations often with complete strangers like barring scituate except for the series with her and yet i'm like the most emotional person in the room and sometimes like i think the family members look at me. What's wrong with this guy. But but i also believe that when you can show that level of empathy and do it sincerely not acting obviously but it also opens people's hearts you know and and makes them feel more comfortable and accepting that you're there because let's face it. It's really weird to be with a camera in the home. In someone's home as a loved one is die. You know it's it's it's weird when we do you know on on on. That note was herbie. i mean times. He would have been aware of you with a camera and julia camera because she may be may. Chisholm was making the film other times. of course. he's he's not aware of it and really doing what just herbie does. So those times where he could engage with you. Yeah absolutely and and it was always you know. It's always a tricky one. It's sort of like. Does he realize what's going on. Or he totally relies. What's going on. And he just can't figure out how to tell you to f off you know like i know there was one time where we showed him a rough cut. I don't know what you're thinking you know. And then we realized like for days afterwards he was depressed and we were just kicking ourselves like you know man we thinking you know this is so you know. These are very challenging kinds of projects to work on the very challenging. But they're absolutely necessary. Because one thing that i've seen in i mean just the fact you want to talk to me. Fourteen years later about this is that it's a universal. It's universal it's universal condition that that so many people regardless of race religion nationality. All those things we we will maybe hopefully go through it right that we get to have an elder who lives a long life we can care.
"kashi" Discussed on Photography Daily
"Essay. This was a case where being a journalist made me a better human being. It's one of the few times in my career where a commission turned out to be basically a personal project so they were talk sensitivity and empathy. Something did to add as a teacher to mentor now. Too many younger photographers at something that i emphasize how important it is to develop that sensitivity. Because often we're let's sometimes the media however sensitive. The person may be. We can be a bit callous. Ed talks of how capturing herb is deteriorating dementia through a lens usually focused on people. He didn't know made him feel very quickly. What i realized was for me emotionally and psychologically being able to pick up a camera allowed me a kind of distance from what was going on in my home. We talk about our role and responsibility as toga when making difficult stories such as this. I also believe that when you can show that level of empathy and do it sincerely not acting obviously but it also opens people's hearts you know and it makes them feel more comfortable and accepting their. She tells them how the story became. Everybody's photography project in the house to a degree. I basically sprinkled video and still cameras everywhere. Because i was also travel a lot and i was like i just said to my kids who are point. Eleven and eight to debbie. Of course the julie. Something grab camera. The full team is on. The project is still highlighted as an important study this sandwich generation and it's a lasting effect personally to and it's interesting how it's impacted me and how i work now. And i'm i'm much more sensitized to the impact. My work will have on people who i photographed. Today is very much about how we privileged to have this skill to document and pick just want we see these things that we go through and doing this work. There's so much if you are open to it to realize into understand about yourself and the world about the people whose lives you document stories of life so by photographers and today that photography is ed kashi. So yes i i of the month and our patron of the day goes to a less vessel berga. I'll leave a link to his instagram. And the show notes as ever which you'll find in today's show description of course if you're a patron support for the show this is where we can share your work to a larger audience and less profile is a travel log from the indonesian jungle to wonder who streets of spain. And i spy one of my favorite frenchtown the glorious forty five carcassonne. It's interesting to look at the dates via posts and see a lesser a whole year of travel missing. So i'm hoping this is the year perhaps a little later on the. Ub back out there again making his stories and pictures the patrons help keep this show as a new growing photographic community and. I'm delighted again. This month were also supported by the camera professional people. Mp don't come. The number one platform for buying and selling and trading used gear in the states and europe and the uk over two hundred and fifty thousand creatives trust 'em pb for their kids needs goto mpp dot com and this month. I'll of course be sharing more from their blog and the stores at working. So today legacy. It's something we talk of often on the show in its various forms in two thousand eighteen. I released film about a british photographer. Who'd be making a personal photographic project about his father's battle with dementia and I was privileged to spend time during the making of that film with photographer. Maximo and his mother and father for me. The experience of watching photographer making the most personal pictures and i'm appreciative. That we using the personal work quite a lot. Today was an education in empathic. Storytelling is he observed and recorded. What some might find an unusual event to want to documented toll for mock detached him. He said at times from what was too hard to see without his cameras. They were important pitches. The weren't about death but about life transition and family. They were a document. And that's what we can do. Best as photography's don't commit. I suspect my aunt sensitivity has being somewhat honed as a photographer when observing vulnerability learning to visualize with a kind of kinesthetic approach to seeing as i train my camera today. The first of two editions featuring seven photo agency member ed kashi and in this initial visit of chosen do not about his dispatches from any frontlines either international or home turf of america that. He's famous for but about a personal story that was introduced to me recently. Kuldeep sandwich generation. Which is about. It's father hubby and his dementia. So we'll hear from an linked to the film. We talk about on his website. Some excerpts of which you'll hear during our chat. This is the photo journalist ed. I was fascinated by the sandwich generation. Which is a film and study made with your wife. Ginny for first of all the sandwich generation wasn't phrased that i was particularly familiar with in the u. k. I'll i'll let you explain what it is. Yeah so so. The sandwich generation is a term. The probably well. I became aware of it probably in the nineteen nineties late. Nineteen ninety s In the in the us which basically describes presumably a middle-aged or young couple who have young kids but also have to take care of elderly parents or an elderly parent. And so it's that idea that you're sandwiched in between these two generations and quite often the bulk of the caregiving falls on on the women but Thankfully that's changing. When was the film made them this a few years ago. Now isn't it. Yeah so we made the may two short films on the subject. The first one was in two thousand six. And you only made it with your with your wife. I wondered actually whether that film was inspired by other projects that you've worked with when you've when you first graft the aging process it were yes so so we had just come off into doesn't three we published. A book came out with a documentary film about the project aging in america. We've spent about eight years developing that and that really is frankly what what pushed us to move from san francisco to new jersey to take care of julie's father Because as i like to say this was a case were being a journalist. Made me a better human being and when we were confronted with our own elder parents who could not live alone anymore instead of just putting him in a warehousing him in an assisted living facility. We realized we really need to move near him. Moving into our home and take care of him. And i did a long term project called aging in america it gave us a lot of insight. Into what the aging process is about. In one way. I can see all the gifts bearing fruit from what i learned as a journalist in terms of how to care for him out of touch him how to react ways he might behave now uncomfortable with that stuff. Because i understand it. Because i'm a parent ed and i really thought we knew what we were doing. We really felt like experts. Quote unquote experts. We'd seen a lot of aging. We saw what it meant to take care of an older person. We really felt like we knew the score. But i think until.
"On the western side of the Indian subcontinent, there is a city called Puna with an estimated population of seven million people. It's the eighth largest population center in India. As the informational technology capital of the country known as the Oxford of the East due to many universities and technical schools scattered throughout the city. At the near center of the city on the Bank of the Muto River is a majestic eighteenth century fort called Shawnee war water. was home to some of India's greatest warriors and politicians as well as some of its most dangerous betrayals. The death and destruction tied to the fort has left behind shadows Phantom pushes and pulls and disembodied voices crying out for help. These spirits are the last remnants of the Fort's storied history as a series of fires have ravaged the building itself. In order to understand the loss experienced by both these spirits and the culture they came from one has to die far back into Indian history. If South Asia can be defined by anyone conflict. It's the region's ongoing religious wars between Hindus and Muslims long before the British and Portuguese arrived and exacerbated these problems the countries we now know as India and Pakistan were divided into smaller kingdoms who fought for religious and cultural dominance. During, most of the eighteenth century, the Indian subcontinent was dominated by the Mughal empire. Muslim. With its origins in modern day, bekker's can. In seventeen twenty the head of the Murata Empire appointed a twenty year old warrior named Bagio belong to succeed his father in the role of prime minister or pay Schwa-. Balji raw was determined to fight his way from Poona to Delhi in order to expel the moguls and claim all of the Indian Subcontinent Taza State. It. Is Nineteen Year career as a PATUA. He never lost a battle. As, his grew so did the power of the Pay Schwab US eventually superseding kings they were expected to serve in terms of power and influence. Ten years into his campaign to expand the Miranda Empire. Mogae row began building a seven story fortified palace called SCHONE WAR WADA or Saturday fort in seventeen thirty it was completed in seventeen thirty two and would serve as the seat of the patients power until European imperial powers forced them into decline when he wasn't in the field Balji row stayed with his wife, Kashi Pie and their sons at Shawnee War Wada the garden. So the Ford provided an idyllic place for children to play and the many halls of the palace were lot in the region for their decor. This included both intricate teak finishing San wall-paintings of the Ramona and the Mahabharata it is at this point that the historical record gets controversial. Body row married Mustang any the daughter of the Rajput King Shot Sal and his Persian Muslim concubine. Unheard of for both Hindu and Muslim rulers to take multiple wives. However. mustangs ties, Islam Islam, and the lack of official approval from both body Rows Family Yen Kashi by presented personal and political issues. Some claim that the marriage was a political match meant to thank podgy raw for saving the Rajput Kingdom. But legend has it that body route fell in love with the princess after she broke into his tent in men's clothing to ask him for military aid. The story says that podgy row gave Donnie a dagger perhaps not realizing that doing so was a sign of marriage in Rajput Culture. Whatever the truth was? Followed her new husband Ashani Wada or she faced a chilly reception from her new in laws. Macci rows mother and brother refused to acknowledge her and body row ended up having to build a separate residents for her. Believe it or not. This period was in many ways the most peaceful era and Shinawatra's domestic history.
"kashi" Discussed on Z104
"Check Kashi two hundred thousand dollars he tried to donate somebody took that money and the future of Katy Perry sounds like Hey which is when I can't do so far is that's yeah when I get to see the symptoms burning choose the morning still present on these these celebrity because you six nine trying to do some good for the kids and donated two hundred thousand dollars to the organization No kid hungry they said but no thanks he gave the money back claiming that the that you want to be associated with somebody who has kind of a volatile past and reputation OB now another charity called cooking for kids is taken.
"kashi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Is basically name the franchise after you I've always had the crazy theory from behind and probably isn't true more than likely isn't true but I've always had Kashi taken so many pay cuts for that football team were you could really just name your price and they'd have to meet it and maybe that would mean fewer super bowls you've taken so many pay cuts for the greater good for yourself for the patriots for Bob Kraft bill Belichick you've taken so many hits for that organization there has always been part of me that wonders does it get ten percent of the franchise when it's all done this you get fifteen percent this Bob Kraft eventually Jonathan Kraft mentally ill you know what you've been so good to us you've been so good for this franchise you're going to get a percentage I've wondered that before maybe not true maybe still true but I don't think it's very true so I do want Tom Brady to go back and finish the job whatever that is because I don't want to tell a tale later on in the fall and early winter this year where he's an old desperate vet holding on for dear life and with these other teams with Las Vegas in LA and so on there's a possibility that that all of a sudden he looks to crap but that he looks like a shell of its former self even even he's still wearing the Jersey and he's still going to go down physically I can still look at that and say that is an incredible quarterback and I have those memories of that if he focuses on legacy a legacy only there's a big big chance that he should go back to New England then I have to bring the bill Belichick part in this for bill I keep going back to Jimmy Garoppolo's a guy who got his way in Cleveland right before he had the rug pulled out from underneath them with back with Bernie Kosar he was justified in that movie even Bernie would say it and then he wants that chance to be able to have that latitude again it is owner steps in and says no check could take as long leave instead he traded Jimmy Grubb walked down the hallway traded Jimmy Garoppolo for a second round pick and that was it Jimmy rob Lowe played the Superbowl you can whatever about Jimmy drop low people well he's just a system quarterback he's just efficient he's just a game manager as if those are bad things he played in the freaking Super Bowl this year and he has a chance to play in more super bowls in the future so whatever I want to talk about Bella check it maybe him having his head in certain places are being bull headed in certain spots but he does know how to pick up in that case yes he does propeller check I've brought up with the relationship with Tom and and bill before where they remind me of my parents my parents had arguments growing up not everything was sunshine and roses now my father is the caretaker of my mother in her waiting years my father make sure that she's taken care of I tell my father quite often and this is on a mission I rarely even sat on the air I believe she needs round the clock care believe that she needs to be put on hold my father will say till death do we part she's my mother she's his wife I have to respect that so I think that in that classic sense they need each other because while my parents relationship wasn't always sunshine and roses and ice cream and peaches they need each other in the but then I think more more the highest rated divorce over finding American now over the last five years people sixty it up you're retiring we're living longer we're living into our nineties hello retiring at sixty five years old god willing retiring at sixty five years old knowing that they might have thirty more years on earth do they really want to spend the next thirty years of their life with this person more people are saying now Tom Brady and his golden years at forty three years old in terms of the NFL does he really want to spend the rest of his career with this person now that there's an out bill Belichick in his golden years coaching football at sixty seven sixty eight years old does he really want to do this or does do each of them one approved one more time that the grass can be greener that one can undo the other Tom go to Las Vegas can Tom go to Tennessee all with his full head coach with this old player his old teammate with bills all player that head coach being able to put together a scheme that beat New England last year Tom Brady with the Titans even though I get excited about that what is bill possibly with another quarterback with Andy Dalton revitalizing his career in the words of John John sterling about Doug man cave it's all run a songs can he write revitalize the career of a Derrick Kara or any any don't one of the other quarterbacks and we've talked about James Winston can he do that we take Jared Stillman turned him into a Tom Brady light can you do that maybe some the bill once a trial before he hangs up the whistle eight five five two one two for CBS if you're in New England you're at home you're driving I wanna hear the argument for why to stay if you're anywhere else or even if you're in New England he just wanted to go I want final arguments on why Tom should stay in New England or what time should go eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven Jared diamond joins us at ten forty eastern it's Ken Carman on CBS sports radio I when this is been shown everyone how to do fast food right for fifty years and now they're showing about two.
Rapper Tekashi69 gets 2 years in racketeering case
"Rapper Takashi six nine been sentenced by a Manhattan judge to two years behind bars for racketeering Kashi whose real name is Daniel Hernandez could have faced a mandatory minimum sentence of thirty seven years in prison for crimes that included joining a gang to orchestrate the shooting of a fellow rapper in which an innocent bystander was wounded Takashi cooperated with prosecutors hence the much lighter sentence Hernandez row represents the shooting victim who spoke in court today she went through a lot with the situation and today was her way of starting the healing process and so at this point so we want to focus on the judge today chastised Akashi for using a violent gang is his personal hit squad in addition to the prison time you also find in thirty five thousand dollars and ordered him to perform three hundred hours of community service in court today to call she said he made bad choices but it's not a bad person and he apologized to his
Tekashi69 gets 2 years in racketeering case
"Eight saying he made bad choices but he's not a bad person to Kashi six nine apologized today that to the families of his victims today's the day the rapper learns his fate for racketeering as part of a plea deal in Daniel Hernandez that's his real name admitted to joining the nine Trey bloods gang in the fall of twenty seventeen and then paying someone to shoot fellow rapper chief Keef charges that carry a mandatory minimum sentence of forty seven years but Hernandez has been cooperating with prosecutors so they have recommended a reduced sentence well we have this just in the sentencing is then he has been sentenced to two years in that case citing his cooperation with prosecutors again this just in to the ten ten wins newsroom the judge's sentence Roberts Akashi six nine two two years behind
"kashi" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Up from way back players ago I've heard many people like who's this guy she's dating over and over and over and over again very in love on Facebook if Kashi things like they've been dating for five years minimum uhhuh and love boy yeah I know that definitely doing it yeah but anyway so all these people Brandon people keep saying they keep seeing these photos on Facebook at Facebook paper and the like how is the M. I. I don't know we said hi that's the only word that came out of her mouth like not much really he doesn't say much to me when I'm there TSA much to him I said Hey how you doing yeah what do you do and then it's like that said it's kind of it and he was at thanksgiving dinner while less serious yeah it is so it was the same out you don't say and maybe it's kind of awkward for him at that house imagine was a arson as your we're all sitting around the dining room table my answer over parents are over he's over with Ruth the all the kids in normally just bring out all the food and they start eating so everybody starts eating it my way about it Greg gonna say grace his boyfriend I put my head down I love I love the start sweating bullets is it right that would be the worst yeah you know what I know anybody I feel like I could have been put in that situation before and I would know what to say I would just be like thank you god for the food were about to eat the health that we have an affair some did maybe I got that from the movies I don't know if I'm ever so that's what I would say Ricky Bobby he prayed to baby Jesus out nor does this one she's in on school preschool she goes mom I don't wanna say the prairie normally say is a formal one you know she has a B. E. C. no not but she kept going a B. C. D. E. F. G. thank you god for feeding me very however you get there it was the intent behind pledge allegiance no flat right now okay that now taken back now although somehow days it would make it work somehow some way yeah they all tie in thank god created the United States over there yeah I'm offended so the chase and give it with this new potential son in law right yes right well they've been in for a month now you never know never you dated what three months we got married yeah yeah so can happen and she was older and receive your stepdaughter is two one twenty one yes so yes you just don't know but you don't have anything to talk about I mean have you brought up like patriot well all about just football okay yeah there's a starting point but there is no I do but the last time they were over we're having that neighborhood Christmas party okay hand it was I was stressed out your car wasn't doing anything right Jeez try to cook the food you know yet or all around I could even say a word you know right yeah US if his tongues in you know with his mouth as hard yeah which is it seems like that's when a new law yeah both like that but that's yeah that's what I know I get it Jerry I miss those feelings yeah we were not invited to the party so you know did you not get the keyword neighborhood and I heard party party on your own the neighborhood I got a club very close out not considered you're not my neighbor dammit I drive by your neighborhood every time a way to church drive by and you're not in it don't you be my neighbor anti Rogers no but I got a text from Santa Claus himself to be at your I guess you had some for connect three brought sanity parted yes said will you be adjacent givens party I go not invited yeah I'm on the nautilus he said done so there's that out Jared is not in the neighborhood so I'm not going to.
"kashi" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Through the Kashi. Bears only for the next two and a half years. Opponents say in drive business out of Beverly Hills and lawsuits are expected. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Two twenty five money news on KYW's. We check in with Joan Doniger at Bloomberg Joan some bargain hundred vespers at work today dance, right Steve. And they've decided to go with your hopes to at least when it comes to trade in China. President Trump's as China has indicated it hopes to make a deal when senior officials visit Washington this week for trade talks him that optimism comes in the face of Trump administration's threat to boost tariffs to twenty five percent as of Friday on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods. But on Wall Street, the Dow is up ninety four points. The NASDAQ thirteen the SNP seven the WSF S Bank. Philadelphia index from Bloomberg is edging higher by about a tenth of a percent potbelly sandwich. Stores had a really tough winter bad weather, the federal government shutdown advertising delays all of it weighed on the company's results last quarter. Same store sales fell nearly five percent. So shares are falling today. Nineteen percent. The owner of hooters is taking a ride on the meatless bent wag. Maybe just not at hooters restaurants. Shanna clear holdings, also run some small burger chains. And it's going to be testing the beyond burger at about fifty of those restaurants with money news from lemberg on KYW on Joan Doniger, John about developments this day involving the White House and congress with Muller report. That's a head in three Google pixel fans. For a limited time get both are sprint unlimited plan and the all new Google pixel three included for under thirty five dollars per month per line for five lines. All you need is approved credit eighteen.
"kashi" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Dot com. Go to name I hear from Kashi says mile face four predictions for the nets released is. But I think my wife sue what happens in and gang get. Yes, right on that. As I mentioned earlier, I would love to see the ultimate movie. Yes. Team up captain mabul, spectrum blue model America Black Panther coat cosmic threats, doing doing the work 'cause MC jets threats and calls me jets. Exactly sighing fantastic. Full put them in the X men. I take it a leave. I think, but that's not the fault of the X men. I think characters it's more of a fault of lackluster last couple of Mexican movies. Great. What else what else? Gimme some you know, what give me some stand-alones. Yeah. Give me some standalone low stake stuff yet. You Spiderman fall from home. Give me a movie where it's just some heroes fighting some I want to say some more costumed villains. Okay. Stereo stall. Just. Yeah. Do a lot of that some stolen technology or whatever. Awesome. Just just some costumes villains brabin banks, and I want to say some heroes heroes villains, and I on heroes and villains Asia. But Mr. falls in this category is not somebody who fans some tick. So my leeann tick here guys like a built this thing. I have whatever and built this illusion casting suit and tried to sell it to Google. And I went interested some decided by women Google glass. They did. Yeah. This is something actually even let him ice quick. We didn't spoiler the since boilers for Stanley's cameo in. Yeah. Run amok down. But I would say some movie spoiler the opening of captain novel has. A Stanley tribute in the Mava logo. Yes. It does. I quite liked. And then he shows up on the trying writing the script for mole rats, which is a movie he's in on and on. But he's doesn't look that. I was mice is what I'm signed on Rosa different universe. Like, it's true. But the question relating to this is did you like first of all it says this phone to Disney Stanley social media promote kept him apparently to thing to some professional opinion to climb as my own. So I don't know if you soul this. But if you go to Stanley's Twitter is the real Stanley something like that. Yeah. It's like models in cinemas on celsius. Whatever. Yeah. I would I would probably if I were in charge of that. But if I would ever hand the case to Stanley social media, and I never would probably change it to the estate of Stanley. Oh, you know. Something Stanley tribute or just Mike very clear. Yeah. Yeah. That it's not him. We'll say kiss. I this is this is one of the tweets people don't like kept him valentyn Hollywood this past Monday for the movie's premiere raid more about it, the the evening below and it does feel we'd because..
"kashi" Discussed on Cults
"Became pregnant and was soon approached by members of Magyars inner circle with a strange request. They told her that Magyari a wanted to raise the baby as her own with an eye toward making the child her successor. They stressed that. It was a high honor for Roseanne's child to even be considered as the child would essentially be the son or daughter of God. But the parents had to agree that the child would be raised to believe that Magyari out was their real mother Roseanne. Agreed. She later explained her decision like this think of it this way, let's say you're a Catholic and the blessed Virgin Mary asks you to give her your child. That's what it was like Roseanne was pressured into falsifying her daughter's birth certificate. So that it would list her biological mother as Joyce cho-. Joyce was Magyars real first name. Came. And she had legally changed her last name to her new husband's to help with the deception Roseanne, dyed her hair jet black like Magyars before going to the hospital to deliver her daughter that way, if they were questioned SAS later hospital workers would describe someone generally fitting Magyars appearance Roseanne, and Harry then gave their child a daughter named tests to Magyars to raise his her own in nineteen eighty two the couple decided that they wanted to leave the cult, but because they had falsified tests birth certificate. They weren't able to take her with them Magyars had also convinced us, and that she wasn't fit to be a mother that she was too childish, and they're responsible Roseanne believe that by leaving tests and Magyars care. She was really doing the best thing for her. It might seem shocking for a mother to give up her child. But according to Dr Stanley, h cath a psychoanalyst and professor at Tufts University medical school. Engagement in cults can actually rewire a person's brain by depriving a person of sleep and immersing them in group activities like monotonous chanting. A cult can actually change the wiring in a members temporal lobe that change can result in an altered personality and heightened suggest ability. Luckily, one out of the cult Roseanne began to heal she eventually became a therapist. And even started counselling former cult members, she realized how she'd been manipulated by Magyars and decided that she wanted to take care of her daughter again, she hired a lawyer to battle Magyars and the Ostrom for custody of their daughter. The Celtic nor requests to hand tests over to the government. So officials were forced to escalate their efforts on July nineteenth nineteen Eighty-nine a swat team from the Indian river county sheriff's department stormed a movie theater in Vero beach where tests and other children from Kashi ashram had gone for. Outing after tests was returned to her parents. She had a long road ahead of her tests would even pray to Magyari at the dinner table because she believed that Magyars oh was God, the Colorado state health and rehabilitative services performed an evaluation of tests when she was returned to repair its and found that tests had a desperate need for attention because she had been ignored by Joyce and.
"kashi" Discussed on Cults
"Now back to the story in one thousand nine hundred eighty she had met a man named sue say show show was originally from Korea and was an eighth degree taekwondo black belt, he travelled to the US to teach the martial art and eventually came into contact with Magyari the specifics of their meeting aren't public, but they married at Kashi Ostrom in nineteen Eighty-one. My giant desperately wanted children with Chou the couple got pregnant several times. But Magyari miscarried each pregnancy, the losses devastated her and left her concerned about who would take over when she died she decided to try to assert her control over the children who were already at the Australian Pulver so's parents had left for years earlier, but they were still fighting for custody of him in one thousand nine hundred one when Paul was only sixteen giant tried to get him to marry an older woman at the Ostrom in order to get around his parents guardianship at that point. The Russo's sought help from a lawyer because Paul was still a minor. The lawyer was able to get a quarter granting custody to his parents on December eleventh nineteen Eighty-one a nine member team from the Miami Dade police department entered the ashram and escorted Paul back to his parents because the twin daughters were no longer minors. They refer you to choose to stay on the ranch, which they did Paul says Magyari instructed him to break everything in his parent's home accused his mother of raping him and run away in fact after he was returned to his parents in Canada, he tried to run away twice. But with some time and distance away from the cult Paul was finally able to see that he had been manipulated. It wasn't so easy for his older sisters. It took them five more years to get out of the Ostrom. Their mother described them as emotionally withdrawn when they finally got out and said that they needed extensive therapy to recover, according to Dr. Clark children are especially affected by being in colts. If they're able to get out they might show symptoms, including depression guilt. Fear paranoia, slow speech rigidity of facial expression and body posture indifference to physical appearance passively and memory impairment, Paul Russo later became an applied physics graduate student at Stanford University. He.
"kashi" Discussed on Cults
"Due to the graphic nature of this cult crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of sexual abuse assault and drug use that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. In nineteen Eighty-one. Molly Greene was fourteen years old. Her mother was Joyce green, though, she was calling herself Magyars and was the head of the cult known as Kashi ashram, my giant instructed Molly to put on a white dress a wedding dress. In fact, an informed her that she would be married to a member of the cult named. Kevin Brennan Brennan was twenty five years old Magyari officiated the ceremony herself, which was attended. By other cult members it took place in a home in palmetto bay, Florida. Molly would later recall that the room was covered in mirrors and had a bar. She remembered her mother's long black hair, which she normally kept dyed streaks of gray were now showing through after the ceremony. Everyone sat around the bar and eight cake later that night Molly spent her first night with her new husband as Brennan raped her repeatedly. Molly had the sensation. That she left her own body her brain couldn't handle the trauma. She was going through. She disassociated the abuse had come with her mother's blessing. Hi, I'm Greg Poulsen. And I'm Vanessa Richardson. And this is cults. This is our second and final episode. I'm Kashi Ostrom Brooklyn housewife. Joyce green discovered yoga as a way to lose weight. But quickly reported having visions of holy men, including Jesus Christ. She used these claims to amass hundreds of followers, but her cult eventually became engulfed in claims of kidnapping and sexual abuse. You can listen to previous episodes of cults as well as all.
"kashi" Discussed on Cults
"Vanessa. And I had some exciting news for you starting now, you can listen to cults episodes that are older than six months completely ad free exclusively unstitched premium. We're always looking for ways to improve the listener experience. We found an amazing partner in Stitcher to bring you episodes ad free six months after they're released again, this will only affect episodes that are older than six months. Nothing else will change will still be releasing new cults up where ever you listen to podcasts for a free month trial. Go to Stitcher premium dot com slash podcast and use promo code podcast. That's Stitcher premium dot com slash podcast and use promo code podcast. The calming comfort blanket gave me the best sleep. I've ever had it's weighted. So it mimics the soothing feeling of being hugged for less stress and a restful night's sleep the calming comfort weighted blanket comes with a ninety day. Anxiety-free stress-free best night's sleep of your life guarantee from sharper image right now. Just for our listeners. You can go to calming comfort blanket dot com. Use promo code cults at checkout to receive fifteen percent off the displayed price again that's coming comfort blanket dot com, promo code cults. And because you can't put a price on a great night's sleep. Go online now at calming comfort blanket dot com and use promo code cults for your special discount today. Due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of drugs and abuse that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. One night in nineteen Seventy-three Saudi Feehery woke up to crashing noises in his small Brooklyn home. He glanced next to him and realized his wife wasn't in bed. He got up and headed downstairs to investigate. This sounds were coming from the basement when Sal walk downstairs, he found his wife Joyce writhing on the floor. She told him she had just been visited in a vision by Jesus Christ. And not only that Christ had left her with the signs of stigmata wounds. Similar to the ones he incurred from being nailed on the cross she held up her red, stained pajamas proof, but Salva skeptical. Why would Jesus cries visit his wife? She was no holy person. She wasn't even Christian, but word of the stigmata spread and Joyce would soon become the leader of what somewhat call a new religious movement and others would call a cult. Hi, I'm Greg Poulsen. And I'm Vanessa Richardson. And this is cults on the park cast network today. We're taking a deep dive into Kashi ashram founded by housewife Joyce green. Who's charismatic personality has drawn in wealthy celebrity backers including Arlo Guthrie, Ivana Trump and Julia Roberts. You can listen to previous episodes of colts as well. As all of our casts other shows wherever you listen to podcasts. A new episode comes out every Tuesday a lot of you have asked how you can help support the show. And if you enjoy the podcast the best way to do that is to leave a five star review. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram as at par cast and on Twitter at par cast network. Choice screen founded Kashi ashram in Sebastian Florida in nineteen seventy six previously. She had been a Brooklyn housewife and mother who underwent a spiritual awakening after turning to yoga classes for weight loss eastern religious beliefs particularly Hinduism had become popular in America during the counterculture movement of the nineteen sixties Joyce combined many of them in her new religion. And her charismatic brash personality, drew in dozens of followers by nineteen seventy six. Joyce was going by the Hindu name Magyari Assadi bugah Vati, though, her followers called her module or even just Ma at its height about two hundred people lived at Kashyap shrum, though, others
Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine arrested on racketeering charges
"Whitaker rapper known as Kashi six nine is under arrest on racketeering and firearms charges the twenty two year old rapper whose real name is Daniel Hernandez was one of four people taken into custody. They arrest appears to be in connection to a shooting at a party last month on the upper east side. Among those arrested are the victim who shot during a fight. And the rappers recently fired former manager the rapper has had numerous run-ins with the law since being put on probation in two thousand fifteen and even last week when he was in Brooklyn criminal court on a charge of disorderly conduct involving driving with a
"kashi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What does that mean logo like going for like good discounts? I started going to this place. All the you should look it up. All these the best. They don't give you bags because you have to pay for the bags, and if you wanna use a cart you have to put a quarter in the court. And then when you're done you put the cart back and you get the quarterback. I didn't wanna misrepresent my financial situation. I do make too much money shop at all. You know, all these the best get outta here. It's awesome. And here's the thing. Here's another tip about all the sometimes people don't feel like walking their courts back. So you can go through the parking lot get the court all the court you want as long as you're willing to put in the work. I mean, don't you the bag tax is an effective thing. They do this in Illinois that do they did this in Louisiana. Yeah. Where all of a sudden yet bogus. I don't wanna pay the ten cents for the extra bags craning everything into a bag. It's far more environmentally. I have a bone to pick with all due because I bought a bag yesterday that was advertised at seven cents, and then I check my receive, and they charge me ten joke. Yeah. All the get an attorney. Kashi? You've never tried Kashi. I don't know what it is. I don't know what to say. They make cereal and granola bars and things like that. I think I mean it is nutty. It's a what is it granola base? I keep eating cereal and milk. Even though I'm an adult, but I I'm not gonna sit there and eat like crunch, berries or lucky charms or something. Even though it's stuff that I like, I like cinnamon toast crunch. Yeah. But I can't in good conscience. Start a day as an adult with that. I can what's your favorite marshmallow when it comes to lucky. Charms the green ones, I think it's a hat, right? I'm a red balloon man, myself changing. They added like a unicorn one always exciting, another simple pleasure in life. One time. My dad had poker night at his house in one of his like friends who's kinda gross came over. And he ate all the marshmallows out of our lucky charms. And we found out the next morning. That's disgusting. I'm sorry. Sad too. Our friend who was kind of gross. Yeah. He's probably like smoking cigars, and you know, digging his hands around in our cereals nasty. Jason we appreciate you hanging out with us. Thank you. You're welcome. Do we though not so much? I think smoking always affected my daily life because I was a closet smoker. It really sort of controlled my entire day. My boss is the one that recommended jewel. So I decided to give it a try. You don't get any of the odor of smoking. There's no ash all over your car. I would say give it a try get the flavor and satisfaction of smoking without the mess of cigarette. Asher lingering odor. Switch to Joel checkup. J U L dot com slash sports. If you don't smoke don't start warning. This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical..
"kashi" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Of the celebrities that you're watching their lips flap on the screen in his voice is coming out and he makes ridiculous voices and I'm not fucking with you. I've spent stoned of course, several hours watching his videos at different points in time. He's gotten super, super popular now, like he has almost a million followers and I don't know what his brand plays here like term or what the fuck is I what? What he's doing? I don't really know, but this shit son is so funny. It will. Definitely give you a laugh every one of the Takashi six, nine videos I've ever watched immediately go over to Blake Weber and see if he's done his dub over yet because they're so damn funny. He also keeps impersonating this chick. Alexa dashing who like got her lips done and they the swelling never went down. So they're way too big and she's crying and shit. He does. As I mentioned, he's done a ton of Cardi b. who I love. I love Cardi b. her Instagram by itself is hilarious or Instagram when Blake Weber's taken videos and doing his voice over them is even funnier. He makes this knows a lot that I can't really do, but it's it's so fucking funny. So go check out this Instagram account at Blake Weber. All right. Watch some of the Cardi b. or Takashi videos. I'm not saying you're gonna like everything dude puts up. I don't know. Shit about this guy could be a fucking weirdo for all I know, but his dub over videos of Cardi into Kashi are worth it alone. Just that makes them worth the follow. He. Trump on occasion. It's not. It's not quite as funny as I would like it to be. I don't know. I don't like critiquing each of this dudes impressions now, but go watch some of this shit. It'll crack you up the other Friday laugh. I have somebody sit out this website on our company slack. We live in Texas, right? You may be familiar with Ted Cruz. He's a, he's a Senator from Texas, and he's a bit of a dickhead. I don't care if you're Republican or democrat. If you can't admit the Ted is a bit of a dick demand through support behind somebody who accused his father of murdering JFK. That's one of the funniest things that any politician is ever done in the history of the United States. That's just straight up. Funny. That's just comedy. That's not politics. That's just funny. Well, there's this website it Ted Cruz currently is running against beta Rourke, the democratic nominee who it's a big. It's a big election. I'll just I'll just leave it at that. And people feel very strong on both sides of the fence, whether they love or hate. Ted or or Bego. Whereas websites called WWW dot Ted Cruz for human president dot com. In the website is based around the concept that Ted is not actually human and he is impersonating a human and that is kind of the premise. So you go onto the site WWW dot Ted Cruz for human president dot com. And as you know, Ted has run for president before you may have seen him, say stupid things on national TV at different points during the Bates. But the it starts off with it has a photo of him and it says one hundred percent human candidate. And there's a quote from Ted. It says, I have been incubated from birth to be your overlord, and if you go down, it's just all of this. This information about this alleged Ted Cruz for president campaign says, Hello, I'm Ted Cruz for president. I have over forty two years. I wished to shut down the space program in destroy all telescopes abruptly without explanation. So there's just hilarious. Shit like that list. On your? I don't really know. Ted's politics straight up. I don't. I don't really. I don't with a getting into figuring out like what these local Texas politicians would they? I, I have enough on my plate, China, understand DC I, I can't focus on this type of shit. It's just too much for my brain. I have too much garbage up inside my head already, but then it's like just go check out the site..
Officials: 49 cases of dog flu in 6 Michigan counties confirmed since July 13
"Of your money with a mixed market today we'll have the. Numbers from the, Bloomberg business report right now eighty. Four degrees partly. Sunny at Detroit metro airport it's four thirty one CBS news update the White House brought out national security officials today to outline. Efforts to protect US election spokeswoman Sarah Sanders the president has made it clear that his administration will not tolerate foreign interference in our elections from any nation state or other dangerous actor Rector of national intelligence Dan Coats said it goes beyond election meddling goes beyond the elections that goes to Russia's intent to undermine, our democratic values drive a wedge between our allies of do a number. Of other nefarious things. And we are looking at that also CBS is. ETA O'Keefe you heard director coach say then it hasn't been to the same level as was seen in two thousand, sixteen but what he hinted that was of course it's only August. Still got a few more months to go leaving open the possibility that it might be at some point but. So far. At least it. Has not been as intensive as it was back in two thousand sixteen CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter this is NewsRadio nine fifty. W w j news time four thirty two it's a mystery. In LaPierre as, a chemical found on a parks. Lights early burns. Two children a one and a half year old boy was playing on the slide at Crampton parking lo peer around ten AM. When he suffered serious burns on his legs the fourteen year old girl watching the boy picked him up and suffering chemical burns from Khan Attacked with his body police chief Dave Frisch. Says a lab is now testing the chemical found on the slide the substance appears to be a white crusted type substance I I'm not sure that I want to see. If it was a it wasn't a liquid, form but I wouldn't classify it as a powder writer the toddlers burns were so severe that he was transferred to Hurley, burn center the girl is being treated at McLaren hospital in LaPierre Crampton park is shutdown pending an investigation in south west. Michigan is congressman. Fred Upton scolds w k Kellogg Air National Guard base for withholding test. Results have property well for other political leaders are speaking out regarding the. Carcinogen let's, make sure, that we do a good scientific. Background that we stand top of the research that we use people who their expertise is science get this information together determine what, risk is and how we can remediate that risk and make sure that people are safe and Health that stayed. Representative Mary white furred share of the house appropriations subcommittee for the, department of, environmental quality between, April and may of this year the battle creek airbase tested. Sixteen monitoring wells for the p. FOSS contamination results have. Yet, to been released new this afternoon it may not be flu season. For humans but for dogs, there's been an increase in flu cases WW j.. NewsRadio nine fifty Uber joins us live and local with more good afternoon Zara. Good afternoon Brooke these numbers are interesting in two thousand. Seventeen there were nine reported cases of canine influenza in Michigan but so far this year and we're not. Even done with the year there have been forty nine. Confirmed, cases and several counties including Wayne Oakland and McComb state. Veterinarian Dr James April says while they're not sure why the rise they do have a theory some of the. Way dogs are cared for is. Changing too is more, and more dogs are going to doggy daycare as an example and so anytime you're congregating dogs from different Places at one spot. There is the potential for further disease transmission from one dog to another in April. Says they're also seeing a lot of unvaccinated dogs if your dog is sick keep it at home and away from other. Animals reporting live Zaher Hubert w w j, NewsRadio nine fifty, man is in custody facing charges after smashing the windows onto news. Vehicles including one of our very own WWE's Mike Campbell, live, on the, air, near Davidson and Dexter the suspect hit both. The windshield and driver's side window the car and that, and the light to cross is so short that they don't get my. Truck just got hit by a bat I'm sorry guys, have got to go my gosh oh. My. Gosh Mike be, careful Mike wasn't hurt demand also hit, channel seven's van the reporter. And photojournalist weren't hurt either man allegedly damaged three other, vehicles before he was arrested when asked if President Trump supports a free press. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended His. Choice of words calling them, the enemy of the people the president's rightfully frustrated. Ninety percent of the coverage on him is negative despite the fact that. The economy is, booming ISIS is on the run in American. Leadership is being reasserted around, the world during the daily press briefing today Sanders got upset when, talking, about the White House correspondents dinner when comedian Michelle Wolff made fun of her, appearance another gun rights company, trying to post gun plans designed to. Be printed on three d. printers online reporter Scotla Terry. With details hours after a federal judge forced a gun, rights group, in Texas to pull online blueprints for three d. printed guns the firearms policy coalition based. In Sacramento said they plan on. Sharing those, files anyway on a new site US. District judge Robert. Last, night granted. A temporary restraining order. To block the, group defense. Distributed led by gun right's advocate Cody Wilson from posting online ruling that public access to the. Blueprints would have a negative public effect but, Wilson told CBS, news I. Believe that. I am Mm championing the second amendment in the twenty first century think access to the. Firearm is a fundamental human dignity fundamental human rights a spokesman for the California group said there is no law, that prohibits the online publication of the information but their website was off line after Amazon web services sent them a message saying they. Were not in compliance with the restraining order group says it will automatically plans online, using a different website on Wall, Street today the Dow, was down seven points the s&p five hundred closed up thirteen and the NASDAQ was up. Ninety five WW j. business editor Murray Feldman reports live and local a cereal company is on the. Money but it's really not, about serial good afternoon Murray Good afternoon Brooke Kellogg posting better-than-expected financial results, it's not the cereal but frozen foods and Kashi brand products that carry the ball for them here's, a Kellogg up almost one. Percent wolverine worldwide gets a positive analyst comment they think the, stock could gain fifteen percent, today it did gain two percent Dow DuPont beat expectations with its financials and they say combining. The two companies into one save them nearly nine hundred, million dollars but Dow DuPont warned of higher costs for, materials that did, the stock in its down over two, percent more call for RV's in heavy trucks Spartan Motors a western, Michigan makes chassis for those vehicles that's dot gained eight percent today on positive earnings General Motors down one and a half percent Fiat. Chrysler up almost four percent but Ford is up just two cents after hitting..
"kashi" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Just like a common room in the middle of like you know the top floor of the setup they xbox the ps three they'll be food up there at all times it's just a complete you with your teammates on the road just like in the biggest game of the year having a blast so excited what kind of food do you have everything unfortunately i it started changing like healthier and healthier and healthier but there's still some decent cereal in there i mean you're not gonna find any like receipts pops or anything really good but he might get a kashi maybe one of those kashi boxes that has a little like sugar flavor that's disgusting oh last glassware the hockey playoffs do you get nervous because when the hockey playoffs come around defense when you have to start actually blocking pucks no you gotta start like you gotta start like really taking hits when you go back in the corner and click today you have to dive on any shots and get your fucking like leg broken by slapshot yeah i mean some savage do that the entire year but yeah i mean i guess i was one of those players that's like all right playoff you actually have to get in the way of these slapshot down this should be fun how much those hurt for real like wearing a lot of pads yeah i mean it depends on where you get hit there's i'd say ninety percent of your body it hits you don't feel thing and then it gets between your shin pad and your and your skate in your ankle and you're just crippled and limping around like i am at thirty five it's not really that hard to block the shot.