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US Employers Added Fewer Jobs in April Than Forecasted
"Added fewer jobs in April than they did in March, a sign that some businesses are having a hard time finding workers. Kenneth Burns from member station. Wh Why? Why reports Some reasons are tied to the pandemic, Experts say. It's hard to tell whether a so called discouragement effect from finding a job due to enhanced unemployment benefits is a factor. Michael Hayes and assistant public policy professor at Rutgers University, Camden says one factor is that some adults who would normally look for a job can't because they're helping their child during online learning. Another factor, especially for a seasonal summer jobs involves the health risk. Those air jobs were. Maybe you're feeling more closely. Face to face with with individuals and Putin and putting your health at risk Hayes as people changing from service jobs to other industries, or starting their own business is another factor. For
"kenneth out" Discussed on Female Criminals
"In the summer of nineteen. Sixty five doris was sleeping in her motel room when she was awakened by a heavy banging on her door. Men were shouting her name. Somehow the police had tracked her down and come to arrest her. They took her down to the station where she immediately called babe. Who said he'd get her a lawyer. But in the meantime doris just had to keep her mouth shot. Luckily she'd already fenced the diamond leaving the cops with no physical evidence so she didn't confess to a thing. After a few days of interrogation her lawyer finally showed up with a slim case against her. Doris was released on bail. And she hurriedly left la but before she could get far. She was arrested again this time by the fbi. It turned out. The bureau had been keeping abreast of doors movements and had assembled a thick file on her. It didn't look good but babe came to the rescue again. He got doris the name of a bail bondsman and pulled strings to have her hearing. Move to beverly hills. The court proceedings were short endorse was released on bail again but the courthouse was swarming with television cameras and photographers. All of a sudden people knew who doris was putting her future as a jewel thief in jeopardy when her case finally came to trial in late. Nineteen sixty five. It was over quickly with no physical evidence to back up the charges. The judge let doris go. But even though she'd escaped with her freedom she'd lost something almost as precious her anonymity so in nineteen sixty six. Doris moved back to cleveland where she could lay low and be closer to her mother. Baby even helped her buy a house in shaker heights. A predominantly white neighborhood but his Grin she insisted he keeps his distance. She'd never wanted him or any other man to get too close to her also. She was adamant free to see other people. She wanted her independence at all costs. Of course this took a toll on their relationship and eventually the lovers started to grow apart. One night doris went out with a handsome drug dealer named kenneth tolliver. They spent their first date. At a cleveland speakeasy afterwards. He drove her home to shaker heights. But she wouldn't let him spend the night so she said good night and watched him drive away however when doors will go up the next morning she was stunned to learn that kenneth had been arrested. He'd been driving away from her house when the police pulled him over and charged him with trespassing. A local rule forbade ex-convicts from entering the neighborhood. Doers was confused. None of our neighbors ever call the cops on babe who was also an ex convict but of course then. She realized that baby was the one who reported kenneth out of jealousy. Doris was fed up babes. Possessiveness was a major turnoff. And she didn't want a sexual relationship with him anymore still she valued their professional connection and wanted to maintain it and although she didn't say any of this to him. Babe still felt doris pulling away. He worried it was because he gained some weight over the years so he arranged to have a tummy tuck. The operation was supposed to be simple but babe experience some complications afterwards. His doctor suggested that he visit the cleveland clinic to be looked at but babe refused throughout this babe continued to call doors to checkup on her possessively asking if she had company eventually she'd had enough when the phone rang she furiously picked up and yelled that she wasn't alone but babe wasn't on the line it was his wife myra calling with terrible news. Babe was dead after that doris felt completely empty. Suddenly regretting how she pushed babe away. It was only after he was gone that she was able to admit that she'd loved him more than she loved. Anyone else hoping to stave off her loneliness doors brought her sixteen year old daughter rhonda home to live with her in nineteen sixty eight for the next three years. She lived with her daughter. Dated kenneth tolliver and stayed on the straight and narrow but by nineteen seventy-one. She was itching to get back to work. There was only one problem. She was a well known criminal. Her nineteen sixty five trial had plastered her face all over the news and she knew her job would be much harder because of that. The answer was clear. She'd need to go where law enforcement didn't have a record on her where no one would recognize her. As a jewel thief. After a little consideration she came up with a prime target. One of the wealthiest cities in the world. Monte carlo up next diamond doors takes her. heists international. hi it's carter from podcast and i'm hosting the new limited series hollywood scandals. We all know that tinseltown is the land of glitz and glamour closer past the allure of bright. Lights and red carpets. There you'll find a more disturbing tale one filled with tragedies in transgressions so damaging. They've turned hopes and dreams into high profile nightmares. 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Charli Collier Is the No. 1 Pick in the W.N.B.A. Draft
"With the first pick in the 2021 w NBA draft. The Dallas Wings Select Charlie Collier from the University of Texas Collier's the first Longhorn to go first overall in the WN BA and the first University of Texas athlete to go first in any sports draft. Since Kenneth Simms was the first pick in the 1982 NFL
More Than 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws
"Voting rights have become a hot button issue including among business leaders this weekend. Dozens of ceos and other senior leaders met on zoom to discuss how they should respond to new voting laws proposed for texas and other states according to people on the call. Wsj's emily glaser has the details. So there are more than one hundred ceos and other senior executives that joined this zoom on saturday afternoon with the express purpose of talking about voting rights and in the beginning there was a lot of background about what the georgia legislation other state legislation and bills include about. Whether or not they were strict voter access and then kenneth chenault the former. Ceo of american express longtime corporate board director as well as kenneth frazier. Ceo of merck really made their pitch to these ceo's and other business executives of what their new statement is going to say how they believe it's non-partisan it's all about ensuring voter access for all and really urged the ceo's to add their names and so As part of the call kennedy channel told the executives that several companies had signalled that they would sign on including pepsi. co pay. Pal t. rowe price and has so across industries a lot of large companies. And you know what we heard from our sources that even during this zoom ceo's of different companies like amc and cyberport core technologies. Were saying i'm in. I'm in
Fantasy NASCAR Martinsville Picks
"Rowdy dragging joining you once again for this week's final weekly fantasy update well. We're fresh off the dirt race. How the heck was that was an awesome show. Greeted picks. Didn't help many of you out for sunday's race things like that are going to happen. Two of the best duke it out and we get to do it all again next year. So as the rain delay pushed the race to monday. I've found that. I was unable to break away from my weekday grind and get those live stage leaders in giving your do props once again. So the two of you know who you are and good job props t anyway. Let's take a look and see who dominated the race at bristol in the dirt. This week's winner for the final ap weekly fantasy league is kenneth. Wins edging out. Pit rose speeders by one point with a score of two hundred four points. Nicely done so now. Let's take a look at some pics martinsville where racing saturday night under the lights. I'm going to change it up a little bit. Let's take a look at who i think are the top drivers for each manufacturer. This week will start with toyota. The number eleven denny hamlin. He's got five. Wins here at this track. Fifteen top five and thirty races. You're looking at a fifty percent chance of the top five with this guy. Last year he got bonus points in both stages in the final race of the season. None in the june race. But that doesn't scare me away from using danny for saturday nights race under the lights are right now. Let's take a look at the ford driver. The number twelve ryan blaney. He edges out his teammates from me this week based off his last couple of years he looks real good at martinsville with two back to pack second-place finishes hasn't finished out of the top five since two thousand eighteen and he also collected bonus points in all stages in both races last year and
Daily - Fantasy NASCAR Bristol Recap
"Dominated the race at bristol in the dirt. This week's winner for the final ap weekly fantasy league is kenneth. Wins edging out. Pit rose speeders by one point with a score of two hundred four points. Nicely done so now.
Week One of Derek Chauvin's Trial Over Death of George Floyd
"Case of a cop a crowd and a man who died in front of all of them and that sense of shock and horror does not even stop with people who are watching on. The street extends to a lot of people involved in this case and his week. One wraps up today. Let's go to abc's kenneth moton in minneapolis. Who's been covering this. Kenneth can we look at some of the testimony yesterday. What did we learn or we know. Things are pretty tense on that scene when paramedics responded. And actually try to resuscitate. George floyd and i think he just described. This is huge checking for a pulse. That right through. We heard from them for the first time. They said that when they got there they could actually see that. He was breathing that he was unresponsive that he was in cardiac arrest lawyer. Partner was checking for a pulse and checking people's where the officers still on top of George floyd while that process is going on. I noticed some blood near his mouth impact. One paramedic said. I could tell that george floyd was dead. Observe anyone rendering any medical care trust impressions when you arrived. There was no medical services being provided to the patient. So when you got on the ambulance did you do some further assessment of the mr conditions. The immediately just got george floyd onto that stretcher and drove him a few blocks down and try to resuscitate him and then we know they weren't able to will at the officers that the cases essentially been listen. Yes the skydive yes. He probably died while we were dealing with him. But it's not our fault. We had nothing to do with it but you even heard some kind of frustration from other first responders cops. Paramedics like if somebody is dropping dead as you're dealing with them once you try revive them yeah. They were frustrated that no one had given him medical attention beforehand.
George Floyd's Girlfriend Take Stand In Derek Chauvin Murder Trial
"Testimony providing new insight into George Floyd's Life and death of the Minneapolis trial of Fired Cop Derrick Showman for Floyd's killing last spring. Floyd's girlfriend taking the stand, This was the first person to take the stand Who knew George Floyd personally? They were together for three years. She talked about that opioid addiction on so here, her was important, and both the prosecution and defense tried to use her to their advantage. Talk about that opioid addiction because we know the defense for Derek Shobin wants to show that it was the drugs in his system. The fentanyl the Met that caused his death. Baby sees Kenneth Mountain
Under pressure, some Ga. corporate leaders slam voting bill
"There are new calls for corporate leaders across the country to stand up against racial injustice as well as speaking out against George's new restrictive election law dozens of black business executives from around the country including the head of Merck Kenneth Frazier and the former CEO of American Express Ken Chenault released a joint letter in The New York Times urging corporate America to stand up forcefully on all matters of racial justice beyond the new Georgia voter law which cuts voting hours limits absentee ballots and requires photo I. D. some of Georgia's most prominent corporate leaders are speaking out about the changes like the chief executives of delta airlines and coca Cola civil rights activists blame influential executives for not helping to spike the new law and they are urging boycotts I'm Jackie Quinn
Marking one year since the police killing of Breonna Taylor
"Ralliers observed the day one year ago that Louisville police shot and killed Briana Taylor in her home. Family and supporters were there to remember her and to continue calling for racial justice. Elena Klibanoff of member station W. F. PL has more. I'm here in downtown Louisville and Jefferson Square Park, which protesters have re branded in Justice Square Park. There been protest down here since the summer every day. This is by far the biggest crowd we've seen in months, though. It's a couple 100 people there listening to speakers, including Taylor's family, her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, and local leaders, all of whom seemed to feel that justice has not been served for Taylor, and their sentiment is that the fight continues. Eleanor Klibanoff reporting.
Weekly jobless claims rise less than expected
"Filing for first time jobless claims just last week that on top of the million still out of work and struggling in this pandemic, ABC is Kenneth Martin has more help coming just in time. For people like Antonio Gonzalez in Ohio. We were strolling, but now we feel a lot better. We are happier than help is on the way. The bill also lowers health. Your premiums for people on obamacare and extends help for the airline industry. United Airlines now withdrawing his furlough notices and American Airlines CEO sending the letter to 13,000 employees saying to those who had received notices warning of furloughs, those air happily canceled, you can tear them up. We're getting closer to spring, but Colorado is bracing for a
Meet Christa Couture, Author, Indigenous, Disabled, Mom
"There's something really important than i think. We need to talk about first. And that is the fact that apparently you fold everything including dishcloths. We gotta start with you. It's wtrw yes i do. I do fold everything away. Gosh my secret is out. I mean well. I am very like tidy very organized person and you know on one hand. I love like the drawer. Everything being neatly tidied and put away because then it's like pleasing. It's like a small little tiny moment of of having fresh flowers. It's just like oh that's nice And i think for a while. I mean there's probably a part in my life for any little mishap would crush me and i think it's sort of turned me into a bit of a neat freak because it meant that that was an area of my life i could kill some control over so there was a time. We're just kinda served me well to think okay. Well at least taken full these dish put them away so that when it opened the door. It's not total chaos. I can't do much else. So i think i've always been a tidy person. But i think it probably got heightened in the in the last years but yes. It's true it's true. I'm i think. I know where you may be got some secret intel. All i'm going to share is at the person who related this very critical intel to me said it also happened to be pretty life changing for them. So that's good to hear that a positive listed in the beginning right but but then ultimately life changing in every way match so you grew up. Sounds like into a certain extent. Kenneth splitting your time part With your mom and canada and then summers aish with your dad in montclair new jersey to set aside a new york for those who don't know where that is. Your dad Was cree and sounds like he was. A healer was a culture her first nations culture part of your life from the earliest days. I'm curious yeah. And in this way that i wouldn't have known was remarkable or even to name because it was just there and my dad did also live in northern alberta. There was yeah definitely split my time and a few few homes as per custody agreements and my parents both moving a lot and so where he lived in northern alberta was was on a a cre- reserve and and he was a healer. And so you know what. My dad's house. There was a sweat lodge in usually one or two ts in the yard and he ran various ceremonies and in the summer. We would go to another camp where he ran fast for people. And i would my sister and i would just be running around in the field and he would be doing that work. And so you know as a kid i didn't i. Of course. I took it for granted that the swizz present in my life and that i had access to ceremony which of course for a lot of indigenous people. There's been you know. A break for a lot of heartbreaking reasons and so i feel really grateful that it was just there i mean the soaraway. I feel about it now. Is that you know as a teenager. I was like okay. Whatever dad and then by the time in my twenties i was ready to come back and say okay wait. Can we now talk about this. Can you share these teachings with me. More you know explicit way was when he was was sick and when he died and so i wasn't able to kind of learn more from him in a more direct way but but of course it it shaped me and it was. It was there. My child had the. I mean even just to know that this is a part of you from the earliest days until learn through us moses through just being around it. I think that's so powerful. It's something that i've been come kind of fascinated with the concept of lineage and heritage over last couple of years. Maybe i'm at that point in my life where i'm getting curious about it. And if it like so often so many of us really know nothing about you. Know not just our parents as human beings but also the lineage that you know their parents and their parents and their parents and and what may have been lost along the way. Yeah and it's interesting. What gets shared. Because my dad was also french that my last name couture was my dad's last name but i know i know about french. Canadian like i would feel a bit shakey thing. I say a french canadian ancestry. I don't feel like. I'm part of that cultural group in the present whereas my from my mother's side she scandinavian and her parents lived in new norway. Alberta says it all right there and and so there was. There was some presence of that. You know adhere the stories and some of the words and the way. They talked about being norwegian and swedish. Was there but dia french. But i kinda i don't really talk about some like i wouldn't know what to say so it's interesting with the lineage. Because it's also like what was what happened to be present and so i can't the ways that i think of myself. I mean i think of my father very much as a cre- person although he was also mixed you know technically
Experts Doubt Royal Family Will Break Silence on Allegations from Oprah Interview
"No comment from Buckingham Palace on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is Blockbuster interview with Oprah and CBS. Royal biographer Hugo Vickers doubts the Royals and tend to directly address the allegations of racism and hostility raised in the interview, think they're likely to engage in a kind of war between two parties, which across the tabloid press would greatly enjoyed, But there's growing pressure on the palace to address what's shaping up to be the biggest PR crisis for Britain's Royals since the death of Princess Diana Vicky bar. For CBS News. London More than 12 Million people in the UK Watch the interview on ITV last night 17 million watched in the U. S on Sunday. Ah, judge in Louisville has dropped all charges against Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, w El Ky TVs. Erica Fox Locker was facing charges of attempted murder for firing on the officers serving and no knock warrant hitting one of them in the leg. Walker has maintained he did not know they were officers. The Commonwealth attorney filed a motion last week to dismiss the charges with prejudice, meaning they cannot be brought again. Briana Taylor was shot to death by police with a drug warrant for someone else. President Biden's German shepherds are in the doghouse reports they major in champ have been sent back to the first family's home in Wilmington. After one of them bit. A member of the White House security team. Major, who's three is the first rescue dog to take up residence at the White House. He's reportedly been barking and lunging at staff. This is CBS News. Del semi annual sale for business business has has arrived. arrived. Save Save up up to to 45% 45% on on Dell Dell Computers Computers powered powered by by Intel. Intel. Core Core processors. processors. Just Just call call 877 877 Ask Ask Del Del
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Charges being dropped against Briana Taylor's boyfriend. He shot at officers during the raid in which Taylor was killed. Prosecutors admitted Kenneth Walker acted in self defense. Jury
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Judge has permanently dismissed charges against the boyfriend of Briana Taylor. Kenneth Walker was charged with assault and attempted murder of a police officer following the drug raid that killed Brianna Taylor last year. He claims he fired in self defense are going. He did not know the men were police. While the charges were later dropped without prejudice, the Commonwealth's attorney wanted them dismissed with prejudice. On Monday, The Jefferson County Circuit Court judge did just that, meaning the charges can no longer be refiled.
Assistant Building Super In Brooklyn, New York Dies In Freak Accident While Retrieving Tenant's Cell Phone
"Accident in a Brooklyn apartment building after a 10 and dropped the cell phone down an elevator shaft. Boxes. Krista Mayo says 64 year old Kenneth Lessee, who worked in the building was killed trying to retrieve the phone when the elevator was called to another floor less. He was caught between the moving hoist ropes and the device around which the ropes move. Police are investigating.
Building Superintendent Killed In New York City Elevator Accident
"Worker was crushed by an elevator. The worker was trying to retrieve a tenant cellphone Friday afternoon after the phone apparently had fallen down the shaft, police say, 64 year old assistant superintendent, Kenneth Lessee, and the tenant went to the basement. But when the elevator was called to another floor less, he was caught between the moving hoist ropes and the device around which the ropes move. Yes, He was rushed to the hospital but couldn't be saved. Fox says Christie Mae. Oh, no matter what you do. Those unwanted phone calls seem
'The Truffle Hunters' Is On The 2021 Oscar Shortlist
"Of the films on the short list for the Oscars is called the Truffle Hunters. It's a documentary. It follows a group of men some in their eighties who, with the help of their dogs scavenged for truffles deep in the forests of northern Italy. Just the man in this scene pulls something from the dirt could be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Our film critic Kenneth Turan joins us to talk about this documentary. Hey there, Ken. Hey, Steve. Good to talk to you. What makes these solitary men in the woods work as subjects for a film? Well, their life is so fascinating and they're so deeply into it. It's amazing. The vitality of these men have to it how much it means to their lives. How they go about it. It's like being dropped into ah, part of the world. That we never knew existed, But it's really fascinating to see how it unfolds.
Tiger Woods doesn't remember being in California car crash, sheriff says
"Woods does not remember the car crash that nearly took his life and we're learning more about what happened in the moments before and after that rollover crash in Southern California. It left Tiger Woods severely injured. Here's a B C's Kenneth Mountain with the very latest, the L. A County sheriff says Woods had no recollection of the Reich. When he was questioned at the hospital. And before the crash, TMZ reports would seemed agitated and impatient at the parking lot of his hotel. A witness telling TMZ Woods SUV was Blocked by another car unloading luggage, The witness added. Once the delay was over, Woods took off fast. Investigators say Woods was not under the influence we're gonna have updates on
"kenneth out" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"Not wrong. If nothing else you can Nanakuli channel love into cyclops eyeballs and shoot them at a giant robot thumb. You can also use the power of gayness to defeat. Nazis. Oh. Yeah. Speaking of Excalibur special editions right but I. Mean That also reminds me of the you know the the the parts of the Dark Phoenix Saga whether the the the gene, you are love stuff and. Also. Just a lot of what brings me back to the X. Men because more than anything else I think the thing does better than any other comic is friendship it's Camaraderie. Love. Exactly yeah like these are characters who either by necessity or by choice have created family, they have found family. And that's not just a substitute for you know Oh, my parents aren't great. So I'M GONNA try to hang out with people and made me feel something like this is legitimate family in every way that matters. Yeah they've definitely been cloned in combinations, but also an pursuant a family and and the family are people who whom you love with their eccentricities. Scott Warren. Show up and and Warren Hank head off on a flimsy excuse clearly to give Jean and Scott time for some marital Hanky Panky and Scott, I first instinct is that left alone in this this this cabin, which is specifically the hookup cabin. what they should probably do is clean it which to be fair since it was mostly occupied by teenage Tankan, bobby might not be a bad instinct. There is bad there is that if nothing else, there's probably for everywhere actually wait no hank wasn't blue yet. But he was still Harry and that brings us to the second story and accident annual nine hundred, Ninety five words written by Scott Bob Dole with Matt Idelson penciled by Ramon Bernardo inked by p Craig Russell Hey p Craig Russell colored by micro quits and lettered by Richard. Stockings and craft. I WANNA start by making fun of how Brian Braddock is drawn in this issue because Oh man is that something that is taking place on the page. Perhaps. You could describe for our listeners what you're looking at. You ever seen the cover of a romance novel. I have imagined someone like took one of those and was like. Yeah. That's what men look like not pose and that's what their hair does. But then for the face, just like trace the real basic lines of it. I'm now I'm just imagining a bunch of romance novel covers and all the big burly dude with long hair look the same except they're wearing Britannic read onesie costume which he does not wearing this story. That's because you know it was he needed to wash it after wearing it on somebody romance novel covers. Anyway his hair is very long. It's very, very long I'm not sure it's Long anywhere else. I mean, I'm a noted appreciator of long hair on men. I'M NOT GONNA complain. Anyway. Somehow also being Britannic, has given him more patients than he is taking a break from weird adventure to read a letter from his sister Betsy, which he bafflingly expects to ground him in normalcy. Bryan. Have you met your sister? She's a purple Gilady in a different body or maybe a transformed body. It's confusing and she has butterfly psychic stuff and she turns that psychic stuff into the focused totality for psychic might, which is a knife that she stabs into your face. Also, she is writing here with degray of news. That she seems to be in love with none other than Warren Kenneth Worthington the third although she does have the good judgment to leave the Kenneth Out of the name. I actually really appreciate betsy tone in this letter like the sort of mock seriousness of the. No I'm afraid it seems to be love like that's the thing. Everyone forgets that about betsy because she got turned into a sexy Ninja and everybody focused on the sexy Ninja stuff but she has this very arch sense of humor that I appreciate. Oh. Yeah and that really comes out in in this issue and in this letter because she's very aware that she basically spent her life in upper class British boarding schools. She also appears to have have gained some sense of propriety from her fellow x men because she does include in this letter to her brother, a photo booth strip of photos of herself in Warren making out which the little weird. But still not quite as weird as the photo that Scott Madeline prior sent professor Xavier from their honeymoon. Oh, the one where they were lying in bed and there was like the big heart. headboard and you have to wonder who actually took that picture and why would you send that to your boss Dad I mean I think we established that we must have been sinister. That's probably true but I wanNA point out like okay. So clearly Cilacap Archangel are a couple at this point that's been built up for a while. Do you remember Jay what their first date was oh? Yes. It involved being kidnapped by shelby saw. Well. He didn't kidnap them. He invited them to the Hellfire club and tried to recruit them and ended up like they yelled at him and beat him up and then left. I'm sorry. I'm sorry admit involve them being briefly forcibly prevented from leaving by snoopy saw, right but my point is that was the moment that were there like you know we were Kinda hot for each other but maybe let's see where this goes. Forged in the fires of dealing with Shihabi Shaw's confusion about sex was born love. This is exactly like the Taiwanese hooked up with someone in the middle of the sailor moon marathon. Just because it was preferable to sailor moon marathon or. It was not entirely voluntary learned marathon..
"kenneth out" Discussed on Perpetual Good
"I if i'm a weirdo. And like i have to buy coffee for someone every time. Like i just see all these things is like just deposits people man. I'm willing to like shut up. Nate and like see other people's needs are and where they're you know whatever you wanna say. They're guests tanker you know mental health tanker whatever and i can see them and say yo and i'm not great at it all the time not perfect at it. But i'd rather you know. I'd rather try and try and do it as much as i can. And bled it materialize. How will so so. We've kind of covered this. I'm gonna make this the last question. And i appreciate you coming on. I need i would chat with you for four hours. You're great to talk to. Your podcast is going to be so awesome. Because of that. I i appreciate that and i'm what i'm really looking forward to with. This is more stories like this. I'm not looking for superhero type stuff. But i'm looking for superheroes who are superheroes because they show up. I know superhero man. But i'll take super dad. That's probably that's probably not even close to it. I it community guy. Yeah so what would you say to anyone who is afraid. Apprehensive about getting involved showing up whether it's something huge like the protests or something like volunteering at a school whatever it is what what would you say somebody who is who is wondering you know. What is this gonna cost me as i. I don't know if i have the time you know. Whatever the apprehension is. I i get it i feel you like i like not like a not like a. Oh yeah man. I feel you put like no i i i hear you i get it. It's hard and you know it. It's it's it's easy in the in. The and i think we're seeing the repercussions of it now In america is managed easy to be an individualist in used to be someone that flies under the radar or shows up to stuff. And i mean. And i'll say it to like it's there's people that show up to stuff because a person place tells them to show up or if it's okay to show up man to think for themselves and people need to listen. I bro. I walk around all the time and i see opportunity and not every opportunity is for me. That's a look like but again the the thing the thing about it is is i feel like i have a responsibility. You have a responsibility. Anyone that really cares about community. You have a responsibility not to be the person that has to step in there and fix it. I feel like we all have a responsibility again to see to hear to Pay attention and then me go. Kenneth out today and i met someone earn yochanan. I was at you know here. I was school and dutta io kenneth or michelle or whoever like we should be rubbing elbows in paying attention so much everyone around us all the time like we'll know when it's the right opportunity for us. Yeah we'll know when it's the right opportunity to connect someone with something man like there's just times where like and again like dirt opportunities where i just don't show up.
"kenneth out" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Weirdo Book Worms Unite. We want to share our love of genre fiction with you some MHM readers out there may look down on you for your love of horror sci fi and fantasy but not us so stop by as we discuss. What we've been reading? Johner junkies at Sandra. This Scott got stitches year to alone says thank you to everybody who gave for some well wishes as a few weeks ago when she was sick and she's all better now. He seems to be doing much much better. Yeah she had to have her medicine. She's all all good just here overseeing the podcast odd cast per usual. Hey you know. Wells was sick. That would be Scott. Hanson this episode is a weekly. It was it was real bad. y'All it was really. I had no voice I had no energy was really on a massive insane ear infection Kenneth Out of nowhere but yeah and then like yeah no voice voice and it was just. It was a whole thing sell you know. Sometimes the start of the year can be a little rough. This is one of those times. One of those times was a long ear. And Gal. We've been a little remiss in lake our social media posting and like telling everybody what's coming up up so we were going to get better at that again but I can tell you right now after this book. Were doing a some women in horror staff off for February which is very very exciting. We're doing a compilation called strange women. And that was kind of mostly composed by I assure a knox and that's going to be a fun little horror short story collection by. I think they're all women authors or at least Mostly Yeah I don't know. I think they're all women authors though are believe they are yes yes yes yes that'd be fantastic and then after that. We have the babysitters coven. And that's going to be a crossover event. With one of my other shows those bookie slumber party there's GonNa be so many of yes and then and we also The cold show another one of my shows where doing some limited hor month stuff too. So there's just there's so much so much awesomeness for women in horror and you know the Jonah Junkies. We like to participate so because I am a woman in horror and I am married to a woman in horror. He lives a pretty horrifying in life. So tonight we're talking about it's fiction science fiction pretty hard core science fiction. A novel cold old sleeping giants. This is the first of a trilogy from the famous files and it's written by Sylvan. Neuville who is a will this whole trilogy. I should say is really popular. It's been read by many many many people. It is a pretty well regarded. Did pretty well loved science fiction trilogy not older anything but recent Sifi stuff and it is told through a series of interviews. It's one of those. That's non traditional format. It's similar in some respects to World War Z.. Yeah he kind of from one perspective in a way well. It's not from one perspective. No but it's it's it's more because all the characters get interviewing even in this is like their interviews yes it's definitely about multiple characters but it's compiled from one perspective whereas World War Z.. Reads more like a a Like a smattering of different stories. Right and this is actually lake in the blurb. It's like if you're a fan of Michael CRICHTON World War Z.. And the Martian Shen. Then you'll like this. So that's that's pretty exciting stuff in one of the reasons this company this series has been on my radar for long long time. And I've always thought Scott would enjoy this but especially once. I saw that blurb in those are like a few of his favorite things right there I was like okay. I think we gotta try this so I'm going to read you guys the description again. This is sleeping giants but one of the themes files. A girl named rose. Rose is writing her new bike near her home. In deadwood South Dakota when she falls through the earth she wakes up at the bottom of a square hole. It's walls glowing with intricate carvings things but the firemen who come to save her peer down upon something even stranger a little girl in the palm of a giant metal hand. Seventeen years later the mystery history of the bizarre artifact remains unsolved its origins architects and purpose. Unknown it's carbon. Dating defies belief military reports are redacted theories or floated then rejected but some can never stop searching for answers. Rose Franklin is now a highly trained physicist leading a top secret team to crack the hands code and along with her her colleagues. She is being interviewed by nameless interrogator. He's power and purview or is enigmatic as the providence of the relic. What is clear is that rose? In her compatriots are on the edge of unraveling history's most perplexing discovery and figuring out what it portends for humanity but once the piece of the puzzle in place will the result proved to be an instrument instrument of lasting peace or weapon of mass destruction. So it's interesting the it doesn't really go into details on the hand is so I guess we should be careful with our non spoiler section discussing what what the hand leads to. Yeah okay so we'll kind of dance around that I think from the description like you kinda get in the something a giant metal hand but we'll we'll keep it vague so first of all One of our friends one of my really good friends. Molly is from South Dakota. So Hey South Dakota deadwood yes she says like awesome awesome I wonder if all of all y'all in South Dakota big fans of this book specially around that area so yes so let's just kind of right off the bat talk about our our scores on this so I felt I found this book to be a good read. I really enjoyed did it. I found myself coming back to it fairly easily. It wasn't it wasn't a page Turner. It wasn't something I just absolutely couldn't put it down but I really enjoyed the writing in the the the decision that was made in in the styling of the book I really enjoyed it. So here's the thing I'm I'm I'm in good re too but I would say there was parts of it that were page Turner. I wouldn't say it was just a solidly good read I would say it's kind of in between those two. Yeah of course you're going to like certain people's perspectives more than other people's that does happen in any sort of like multi perspective book but there is some just really cool things about how this book was written. So that's GONNA be Kinda my my my launching doing my launching into that if you don't mind launch your way launch away off so as we mentioned this book is told through a series of interviews views. And it's really interesting because we've had lengthy discussions on this show about how Scott and I are really care to driven readers and and I was very nervous like how is this going to be character-driven when it's kind of Almost exposition and lake. How how is this all going to work? And like with the plot and for this being a not traditionally character driven narrative. You still get a lot of character stuff and really distinctive voices an ear characters and kind of an interesting intimacy with them an insight into them but also just a lot of cool plot staff and I think that in the hands of a less skilled writer this entire structure would have been horrible. So this is I really Commend Nouvelle for his style and his execution education. Well what the author does to bring you the characters and actually bring you that that feeling of them into the story is it's actually two different types. Yeah well it's there there's three. There's three different types of X. Positional story types in the book. There's the classic interview between the Project Project leader and these different characters. There's confessionals that are basically transcriptions of things that the characters are putting into their own personal diaries stories and then there's also X. Positional reports that are written by Organizations about what has happened. And that's and and that's the part that's a little bit drier to give you some setting but the combination of both the confessional and interviewed as a really good job of of bringing you into the the struggles in the personal thoughts of the characters I think that's a really really good way of putting it cell. I was overall overall very pleased with the characters and the development of this. Of course the story. And the mystery of what their unraveling and you know these this absolutely insane. Gene scientific discovery that is rewriting humankind and has these far reaching. Oh just huge concept things that are being put on humanity and making us change as a culture and making religions have to adapt to this artifact and so so much It's interesting that some of the characters voices were still just really Gosh I can't think of a great word for it but just you did feel a connection connection and it felt humble even with all the really big stuff going on. I wasn't crazy about one male characters perspective. which is it's actually not a huge one in the book And I didn't really care for him and that was me. I mean the characters not super likable but he was the only one that at times felt that it was a little male Gezi. I know what you're talking about. And he is not a great character. Yeah but at the same time from a male perspective he is somewhat relatable and so I I totally don't I don't disagree at all that he's not like a like a like a fabulous character but at the same time supposed to. Yeah but but at the same time. He's not he's not gross. He's not he's not all that assuras and he is. He is somewhat relatable from a male perspective. Okay I appreciate that. Yeah he was the only one that like that kind of took coming out of the story at times and made me roll my eyes and be like you know like just let sound and again the rolling of the eyes you You can probably hear my is willing from space during some things. This character said but there's other meals perspective. That did not do that. And I. I really enjoyed the female characters in this book. I really enjoyed how rose and Kara are like super different. And you can tell when you're reading it those are humane female perspectives. We get and that was really cool. Because they have their own way of talking and thinking and reacting and it didn't it didn't feel copy paster Easter. Anything like that. You agree I do agree. I I like the female perspective in this book. Probably more than any male except for possibly the project director. Although I'm not sure do they is it. Explicitly stated the project director is male. Yes okay he is my favorite character. The the interrogator easily I love him. He is so funny and so ambiguous so true to his motives and and you love him and you hate him and he's funny. He's my favorite for sure. He's he's kind of a actually. Here's a fun game. Who would you cast as as the project director? Who did you visualize as the project director? I don't know if I really have like a person person but it would be light. Light White cisgender like early sixties male soaring Cox. Sure are we saw. Anthony Cox non descript White Dude who works for the government that has a lot going on under the surface. I would. I'd say this is as far as appeal..
"kenneth out" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Fan owned entertainment company. We love working with them. They create really incredible experiences for people if you're someone who wants to feel like you own a piece and and are a piece of the industry it's a great way to do it. <hes> they do meet ups all over the country. They have a really cool <hes> community going online. I cannot recommend them enough. GO TO LEGION DOT COM for more information sir. Hi everybody I'm Leonard Maltin Jesse Nelson listening to Maltin on movies at our guest today has been quite a lot of and quite a lot of T._v.. Shows and quite a lot of everything she's one of the busiest working actresses around and has been for a while which is belied by the fact that she fell into the Fountain of Youth and looks the same she did when we I saw her. Oh my gosh I'll take it. This is Alana Yuba welcome. How are you doing? I am the guy that yells at the T._v.. When I see you what I'm that guy one that when watching hung shouted as soon as I saw you fauria shouted I'm the one I'm the one that yells really loud? That's amazing always told my friends. If you get up to go pee will miss me so classroom before you tune into whatever you're watching that I'm in but <hes> you know saying yes to everything really i. You know you're you're you find yourself always working but I've I've never been one to turn something down. Even maybe that's to a fault no actually but I mean that's the definition of a working actor. It was a freelance writer a have been still still am a freelance writer and so I know that that feeling of chief I say no this time. Maybe they won't call back the absolutely and I remember my my father telling my manager. Margaret pollock has been my manager since I was fifteen when she signed me he was just like with my daughter she will put on a chicken suit and so used cars. If you know pay so I you know I mean it was it was just knowing that from the time was Kenneth out well how might as well just say yes to everything in talking to your publicist when I said I've been watching a lot of most of my life. She said no yeah the door Colston's. I think our I think there's something like that but it that's it I have been watching you forever. Oh bless yeah let's you I am amazed by careers. I'll say it a million times but you have been in so many important movies <hes> I just turned thirty three but like so but everywhere in there so whether it's sister act to sort of movies ever made on my gotTa love and every time I hear the love boat theme song I think of you of course oh whether it's that but then you move into a movie like waiting which especially anybody in the waiting industry but my go-to like happy relaxed movies and I can't count how many times I've put it on just because it makes me happy to ever wait tables. I yeah the Dishwasher Washer in it. I was in my house exactly still got scars but belly of the whale like all of those things legally blonde of course which especially because reese witherspoon in loves it so much doesn't go away bright. You know right to be an all these different things than as I say to see you in hung which made me so happy but now you're like milk. Oh you're playing mill roles. You know you are well as as soon as I turned forty. It was all about the mom roles because those were the the roles. Those are the rules that you grab <hes> I had read the Fauria script about a year ago and all of these great roles for kids were in it and I thought okay okay. There's got be something oh who's this drunk. Mom You know so I remember <hes> I remember thinking to myself when I when I was in my mid thirties I thought well if I'm going to play a mom. She has has to be a little little dysfunctional. There has to be something off kilter about the mom otherwise you know I'll just be walking and talking for a living in my forties but you know so long as there's some kind of of layer or weird something or another about the mother I'll do it now. I think I I saw I'm trying to remember whether it was on Beakman's world the saying show my worked on or a little film that I I like clock watchers yes or you were part of a great quartet of office workers with Lisa Kudrow Toni Collette and Parker Posey of you I I just I was at shark. He's having <hes> <hes> dinner with my two year old <hes> just the other day and I ran into the speaker sisters who wrote and directed Joe Spreaker wrote and directed clock watchers and <hes> that was something I did. I think they hired me when I was around nineteen and it was it was really it was amazing because to me it was sort of the beginning of me starting a career as an adult because I started acting professionally when I was thirteen so to to start you know <hes> playing more adult roles. I thought Oh wow I have to start all over again. So this is a nice little liftoff being in a movie like this yes you are like the fourth or fifth fiddle but you are surrounding yourselves selves by a bunch of actresses who are established as as <hes> as adults and with the female writer director the female writer director shore cool cool do right right right but that's that is what makes it interesting and crazy even as a movie or T._v.. Watcher that it makes sense because obviously I've gotten older since I started watching you sure make sense that I saw you as high school and now I see you his mom but it's still sort of blows your mind when you think about somebody is no no no she. She's the Sh- she's my age. She's a kid well. Oh crap. I'm not a kidney more. Yeah there you go. It's little Easter egg moments that you watch on television. We were like Oh that was when I was so and so and that's my fell in love with so and so that was you know my first kiss that television show the for the first time you see an actress or an actor that you love forever. Play parent is kind of strange moment. Yes yes yes sure and that that's certainly the reason why I make sure that the parent that I do play is a little left up very important to me so you are. Let's let's do a total rewind sure <hes> you grew up in Downey. I grew up in Downey down home of McDonald's home of the oldest original McDonald's still standing and Karen Richard Carpenter carpenters they grew up around the corner from me. Wow they were on Luebeck and I was on Lester Ford Yeah and we would ha I would go trick or treating to Karen Ann Richards House. When I was a little kid and I remember they were the one house that gave out the Big Bar Candy Mars and Dollar Bill Yeah Oh my so my friend Jesse and I would be dressed up as like a witch and a ghost and then we'd go back to my house and like you know be we come back and see how much which money we can make that night triggered it was it was my friend Jesse's idea? WHO's like we'd sick? Oh my God that's so funny. I had ideas your shoes. These were purchased by the carpenter. Thank you care and Richard Yeah but it it it really is a fun little town and also <hes> Metallica metallica would be from Downey <hes> the lead singer singer. I'm pardon me I don't I can't say his name off. The top has had thank you very much Hadfield then go head had deal. That's IT K- Hadfield yeah moment. It's in there. That's it all in there. That's that's that's the that's the that child. It was also the home at one time of a hop along Cassidy Museum really no interest to someone in your age bracket but very much to me there you go into pot came and visited so there we are now now you you started a thirteen. What launched you on on on a career is some of the always as kid just wanted to do? My father and mother had a lithographic shop in downtown. Los Angeles my my father's in Puerto Rico my mother's from Mexico so having a you know to parents as immigrants rents they loved going to live shows. They loved going to concerts and they take me to everything they went to so my dad he loved gambling so we'd go out to bake. It's constantly and when he would win money at the crap table that day he would splurge on getting the best dinner seat to see Charro Way Newton Antonio to kneel apt and into the all right and Glorious Stefan and I remember being three years old and on watching Captain Antonio on stage and just thinking do they go to the bathroom these people do they do they do they do anything besides this when the when the curtain is drawn are they they put away in boxes. I couldn't wrap my head around what these people were but I remember my mom and Dad Telling me Oh no these are real artists on it they rehearse and they sometimes right these songs in these lyrics they they they study and they then perform in front of audiences. You know there's there's going to be another audience tomorrow night that they'll be performed there just normal people on and I thought wow and all I could really think of what it really grabbed me was wanting to be something that was just not real. I wanted to be the lights I just wanted to be the lights on that stage and and to be like the the and I always say this the smell of of the prime rib and the cigarette smoke in the air. That's what I wanted to be. That's all I can explain. That's the only way could explain it so even now I sort of have to remind myself. I self of that time when I was a little kid saying oh be the lights. You should always wanna be something that's not tangible. It should not be tangible and the the moment you you say something like Oh. I want to be a billionaire. I WANNA be a household name or I want to be a brand. No Oh don't that's two adult. That's way too adult and it's going to keep you from performing the way you performed on the on the blacktop at school when no one was watching the way you were playing cops and robbers when you really watch kids is playing in the playground there so committed so committed they don't break until the Bell Rings and they have to go and lineup and go back into their classrooms but if you can sustain that forever then you'll be just fine because the moment you grow up when the ego gets involved and you allow yourself to get arrested by.
"kenneth out" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"On driveway. Who is that? Run. That a horror movie centered on a black family really excited writer and professor to non arena do do as an expert of the horror genre. And from the moment. She saw the trailer. She knew us wasn't going to be just another scary movie, featuring black characters as tropes like the first guy to die or the spiritual guide the difference between a trope and a character. Is it the trope exist only to service the white characters? They don't really have lives of their own. They don't have needs and wants of their own. They're not protecting say their own family members. They're not real, right? They're not real people. Now when I interviewed Jordan Peele last week. He said that you know, race isn't the central theme in us, unlike in his previous movie get out, but he did say it was still a very deliberate choice on his part to make his protagonists a black family. So what is the message? You think that sense? Well, this is a a quiet. Revolution. I would call it with Kenneth out. It was more an in your face confrontation of racism as the monster in us. It's the skin color on many levels alone that serves as the revolution. Because it is the first opportunity to see a black family operating in this space with a an absolute expectation that all horror audiences will support this film. Even though the characters are black, and that sounds like some people here that and say, well, of course, we would but that's not been conventional wisdom in Hollywood. And here we have this moment where non black audiences have to stretch and relate to what a black protagonist is going through in this horror movie. And it sounds so basic on one level. But if you really think about it people who are from minority groups have had to always a dentist fi with protagonists who didn't look like them or we wouldn't be a part of the American entertainment industry. Totally I read that. You have been a fan of horror films since you were a kid like your mom was the one who gifted that love of horror to you. What was it about this, John Ritter that your mom loved so much? Well, this is the thing that I didn't realize until I was older my late mother Patricia Stevens do was a civil rights activist and had visible trauma from her activism. She wore dark glasses the whole time. I knew her because she'd had a police officer through a tear gas canister and her face. So for me now as an adult, I think I have a better understanding that when she watched these horror movies, she could see those monsters as a visualization of the trauma. She had internalized bring it out air it out and engage with it. You know, kind of expelling Hollywood horror was a way to process real horror. Absolutely. It feels like were in this time. Now where horror is seeing more critical success where do you see this? Genre going? I think the future is fantastic. Because those box office numbers for for us to earn seventy plus million dollars on its opening weekend is all the information. We need going forward that hey, I will watch horror about characters who are not white. And that also opens us up to outsider perspective. So it's not just okay that the skin color changes, but creators from different backgrounds from marginalized backgrounds are bringing their specific histories stories traumas and observations into horror in ways that will be fresh for for all viewers to help us process. Politics to help us process problems in our neighborhoods. Just our overall societal fears to re-do is a professor at both UCLA and Antioch university. Santa Barbara her piece entitled Jordan peels us. Black horror comes out of the shadows. Was published on medium. Thank you very much for joining us. Oh,.
"kenneth out" Discussed on KTRH
"And actually these records were were part of a separate lawsuit by had nothing to do with Oklahoma City. This is how we know because for for a long time they were under seal, but he he admitted on the scam that he kind of just made up the process willy nilly as he went along. And and so this is how you get a situation where the least competent executioner in the United States kills America's most notorious terrorists at the time. And so when you look at stories, and you know, you can begin to understand even if they weren't true where they might come from or where you know. There are things to suggest now I personally, and this is a this is all my part. Let's just say for the sake of argument that something very strange happened. And and for whatever reason we'll ever kind of media spectacle or show that was needed. The execution was fake. I personally believe whoever did that wouldn't have kept him alive. Very long after that. You know, if he was some kind of Guinea pig. They would want to shore up their experiment. Get their money's worth. There. Really would be no reason to keep them around. But you know, I have talked to people who are insistent at that makes vague Rome's yours, I I don't go that far. But I do say that if you look at these narratives, and then you really look at the circumstances surrounding it. They don't sound as cookie as it. First sounds when you first year something like that. And talking about strange, Wendy, tell us about the tie in with area fifty one and the possibility of you, foes, what's this all about? Okay. Well, I want to I need to set this story up. And so one of the big things that came out after McVeigh's arrest was oh Timothy McVeigh said he had a microchip in his rear end and Timothy McVeigh himself would publicly deny this. Now, according to statements by friends by fellow soldiers on a couple of occasions people on the defense team. Had actually been telling that story. Right before he got out of the army. He started to say, I think that they put a chip in me. I think they've put a chip to me. And he told this story privately for years. And so just keep that in mind as I as I transition into this. This USO story. Excuse me. Timothy McVeigh has said that he had been to area fifty one. And he said that he was just there to check things out. You know, like people did in the nineteen ninety s. But other people gave statements to the FBI that if they looked around that area, they would and out in the desert. They would be gin to find the answers that that he was connected to people out in the desert who had after to we're involved, and there there was kind of an extensive research extensive search for these people. However, I think as we'll see if that got quickly dropped to. So there was a Kenneth out in the desert, and this was a very highly trained chemists, and he was extremely talented Kevin, and according to some credible people for instance, criminologists Marquette, I'm from Indiana state university. Who says that actually this chemist played a much larger role in the bombing? You know, there's a good book is called in bad company,.
"kenneth out" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Good morning gardeners. Welcome to in the garden man s and our technology Jim sitting here takes yesterday that I never received. You're trying to give them your Email. So he can test. See why he has problems? I'm getting there. Was giving you compliments of how at least your of your cell phone out at work and other people are manning it, so I get information. Yeah. Just a little slow on the technology side. But I'm getting there. You know, just getting better are working. Understatement of the year. The weather this weekend guys. I mean nice pretty nice today. The weather it's going to be in the forties and partly sunny, I think and then tomorrow. Yeah. We've got a rainy week coming up. I believe no don't tell me that. Because that makes you work about twenty hours on the day. It's nice. This. I mean, he's still things to do. You know there again invaded. You mentioned cleaning up a lot of people. I mean, this is the perfect time of year. Jim is you know to get out there, and and just cleaned everything up, and that could be pruning, of course, getting the, you know, the the remnants of the leaves what you ground 'em up rake them up and back them up get rid of them. Of course, lachey neighbor's yard mulching this time of year, whether you're buying bagged, mulch hardwood or pine are the bulk tight margin. I think you'd like to use that natural Brown that looks really good. Pre emergence know, Jim we talked about that while ago on putting down pre emergence to keep the weeds. The from coming up later on guys is a big deal. If you want a fairly wheat free loan. Pre emergence are huge in the end, up course, even during the, you know, the warm days, the mound days gone out there and the spray to kill any existing weeds that are actively growing, but you know, the temperatures need to be little warmer than they were yesterday. And then I had a young lady call me yesterday lived in Chickasaw gardens, and she has a fiscal in the front yard and kind of mousy and just stop in the backyard. Because she's got some big trees in the backyard. You know, chicks gardens is full of the big old trees like everywhere else. Right. And she's like, I just need some kind of something something just to put down because I'm getting just bare spots and dirt and mud the dogs and everything else. And of course, you know, I said, well, you know, there's two grassy g can potentially put down this time of year on one being annual rye. They does you know and GM is just a a grass that will come up really fast. Going to burn out when it gets hot. But that's okay. Because she wants something just really quick all right now. And then I said, no nap, it's a really shaded environment. You can so. But like I told her on either one annual row or Fisk you. It's not going to germinate until you have a week of nice warm temperatures. And when I say warm like they were the early part of the week. So watch the weather in soon as it starts to moderate just a little bit. Go ahead and get that seed out there. This is gonna come back and put this always aside down later on. This this summer early summer, but people are still I mean their chores out there and people won't to get them done. But unfortunately, this time of year some of them, you just can't right? No. You can't sometimes. And then you don't want to like, we blew some leaves off of things and some things like there was some roses that had wet leaves. Of course, they were drawn on top. They were too thick around the rose, basically. So it was wet and everything else was dry. So the more I pulled it back the more you noticed that how it was trying to compost on the stems are the basis of the roses. You could just say why the messily and all that starting to grow. And so it's good to make sure that stuff's not piled on things. But at the same time, we don't want to remove all the leaves in expose it to the cold weather. We're going to have again, Jim does this. He knew. He managed the the how I sixty four location for years. And that's where we did all of our rows potting, Jim, you know, that's the next big thing. For for us is getting the roses in and get them in pots. Yeah. You said it won't be long before you know, we'll have Rose's available in in roses Ori. They're a fun thing to do. I'm just telling you they really are in roses kind of scare people. I guess for all the wrong reasons. Jim. Yes. I mean roses, if if you if you die good-quality roses Veda, you know, there's any you plant them in a in a good well drained area because they hate wet feet. If you give the roses a really good start. Okay. Then. Yeah, you might have to do some spray and from time to time for insects and disease. But that's about it. You know, not fighting the, you know, the bag and GM the wet feet problem. So location is is a big thing. If you're thinking about planning any kind of a rose to be honest with you, but but me a blooming shrub like a rose. That's what they are man. They give a whole lot back to the homeowner. I'm telling you, they really do they day we had stringers and Potter Darren raises as well. We have a rose mix like without foul famille in it red sand in at compost pine bark fines, and then we started adding worm castings to well. We didn't put it in that mix. We used the mix on the roses. And then put the worm castings on top like a mulch. We would soak the k- the roots in see we. So they could keep how many how many roses would we get an time. Oh, we were doing cerebral fouls. Pop. Shop or store. Yeah. So you have to keep them all in in. We keep them in the box. But then you'd have to open them. Because they came in bear Rudy potted. Right. So you'd have to keep the roots moisture. And so we would just soak it the seaweed because it's a rooting hormone and Potter Mola. Do our thing we had the weeks rose salesman. Come in new rose, which one was it. And he was a Macy's. What are y'all use these roses are so big and the colors are so great. And this was a while back. And I said just these the seaweed the worm castings the time. I don't think there was plant tone yet. But he was impressed. But it was all getting started right from the very beginning. And these were roses that were just growing in containers that y'all put them in right? And you wanna try to duplicate that when you put that rose from the container to your rose bed. And that's why we're saying is so important especially for something like roses, Jim. And you know, this is to really a man that saw and put those good things, and they're not only for the nutrient value. But also for the the drainage aspect of it. You know? Yeah. You know, a lot of people have gotten freight of roses, particularly a rose rosette. But. If you've had an issue grown as annuals twenty five or thirty bucks to get a top quality rose, if your pruning it properly fertilizing, it you're going to get hundreds of flowers off at thing during the course of the season, that's true. And you wouldn't see rosette usually till the next year anyway, so planet joy it when it's done at the end of the year throw it away. No-go had to repeated issues like that say what is the the? Okay. I know we seem Cemil knockout roses a lot. But what's that old rose that grows here that seems to carry it, which is broom any of the multiflora? Likely to they're more prone to it. They're all susceptible. Now. I did read an article the other day that university of Tennessee's got about twenty varieties that are showing some real promise for resistance to rose Roseanne, but we're probably still eight to ten years down the road before that's in production. So, you know, they're going to be some things happening. But that top-quality big cutting rose, you know, the one that says Darlan, I'm sorry. I screwed up. To get that Connor rose. You gotta have a hybrid tea grandiflora. And even you know when you get further north a lot of roses are grown as annuals back to the ground every year. So why not just grow it as on the two? But I'm quite honestly, you know roses comeback. Great. And but gene was mentioning the rose rosette which has a virus this caused by a might it's been in the mid south area forever. But it seems like with all the knockout roses GM that have been planning out there. You know, we're seeing more of it. But I'm telling you last year, I didn't see near as much as I saw the year before I think the year before last is the most rosette rosette I've ever seen and I just knew that this past year. You know, the same thing would happen. But I didn't see as much, you know. You know, people Yankee roses out. We're just making the environment less susceptible to it. That's, you know, this is what happened you not tell the story that back in you know, in the forties and fifties when they were planning multiflora roses for green fences. They thought it was a great idea. But every seed came up birds ate them past them. They quickly became a weed, but incomes rose rosette destroys the flowers on them, and they can't produce seed. And so it was a blessing at the time. And that's something you guys did the wrong thing here where I'm going to take care of this. What happened with the Kudsy? Oh, yeah. And that the truth. But sometimes you're lucky sometimes you're not. But I think it's I'm not sure somebody's gotta be looking for a way to get rid of kudzu. But it still it is a vitamin you. Can you can buy that as a vitamin and take it? So you really can promise. Kenneth out talking about drinking vinegar. Yeah. Floor. Thank you works. Great though. It really does. 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"kenneth out" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Four oh sorry hold on one second i wanna talk to line three brandy thirty two like elsinore brandy yes what's going on hi so i have a little situation my husband and i have a married for five years there was some incidentally on my end about two years ago kenneth out from the other end that it no my husband email and i thought passed it was like to the christian forgiving i'm confused by cheating three years into marriage or two years of marriage but what happened me it's definitely me i just i know it sounds cliche but i definitely have that either shoes my parents got divorced when i was about fourteen after the news that they're just about like what the issue is and i saw him on my mom for i don't know five plus years if you get to close to him he's going to be the cheaters so you preempted all that by being the cheater yourself you're the first person ever said wouldn't thinking yes street big man it's not good all right so the question now yeah let's ask questions here how how many different gents did you cheat with or is it just one ongoing affair just one oh is this somebody new or like an old boyfriend okay and your husband and this is in the past now definitely in the past i thought it was over with but now that like certain things arguing has been coming back up after therapy and you know forgiveness yeah the problem with him is it's very difficult for him to feel safe in this relationship i mean my god you're barely in oof you hit them between the eyes and that very disturbing very painful for him and of course it's going to come up for a long time yeah yeah okay things are not just so after something how did he find out there was an email from my significant others that i was cheating on him with obviously that he sent my husband because he wanted things between my husband and i it and so you're i admitted to it your boyfriend basically ratted you out try to break up the marriage try to break up the marriage and two years ago barrett she's oh my god and and head you've been talking to the boyfriend about that about the subject talked about breaking up i knew that i was married oh did he explain come on now i'm tired of my life i know are i'm not i'm not tired of your life all right let me try you've been discussing with him that you wanted to break up the marriage where you encouraging him to do so yeah no i mean making promises like i'm gonna leave my husband i'm gonna move in with you don't worry now he he he didn't get that idea because you let him on he he just fell in love with you and he needed to do and he got it all right so you came clean your husband yeah and you broke up with the boyfriend yes absolutely and what is the question the question is the question was originally that we have been through all the stuff and went through counseling and he has forgiven me and the now that we're arguing coming back up of course there's still issues of course it's gonna come they come back up ten years from now that's the that's the reality of of wounding him like that when he feels unsafe and angry again he's going to bring it's just the way people are they bring this stuff up doesn't mean he can't get over it again no i don't you know i'll tell you i don't know that there's ever such thing as forgiving and moving on no changes that relate the scales fall from your eyes you know he's got he's got to be changed man because of it he forgives to the point that he can tolerate staying in the relationship they can find that level forgiveness never totally forgives her for this or maybe a long time well i think every relationship is a sort of feeling of sort of checks and balances work relationships intimate relationships whatever the relationship you have your uber driver and it's never like i've foley forgiven or if not fully it's something that sort of diminishes as the years.
"kenneth out" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Oh me good time yeah that we thought it was the funniest will be the year i i don't think i've left that much of the theater this whole year ends alexander not afraid to make fun of like dc and like things like that how they did the whole superman bit and then with the whole thing with batman and the justice league jokers like who's your greatest fillon superman the ironman sox lewis how he ran into the back when he goes to the forges a solitude and they're having the party without him oh so sad ultima admiral it's so funny because everything that people make fun of baton and four like in the batman movie and like you said before all the lego batman movies are so fond and funny even odd unseen in jugo necessarily count green who want a ninja lego movie now gimme batman ends chris i'm just gonna say that i saw third twice um and both times i loved it i walked out of peter thinking while this movie was hilarious it's the best or movie i've ever seen but i just think it suffers from the fact that it's like two different four movies and a whole community like mashed into one will i think we conner just took whatever lawyer was for the first tooth or movies alike wound that those are awful so we're going to reinvent the door and i guess the best on of the first two four movies are awful to be honest i haven't seen either of them sufficiently released if you go back and wash ii the words before the moral formula really started to set an that actually feels like a standalone movie that was made by exects at disney like do you like this joke put up your yes sign or no side feels like a standalone movie made by kenneth out great director leah they've had more freedom to do which i thought to sucks yes it's on it yeah that one so i don't hate the concept of the earlier ones but i felt like of its dunrite that'd be interesting take like on a more of a movie wear thors a little bit more darker and edgier than the rest of them is who is a lot of fun.
"kenneth out" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"All of our radio listeners out there cannot see the shoes at gaza's on but right now clyde frei and billy dee williams would be very very proud as far as the rotation on a serious note no jamal murray man maria both can play regardless of who starts a will bart mason plan we will be our two first guys off the bench those those two i think our lakes daughters will will and mason of either that valuable to our team mmhmm and then obviously have a can't read whose we'll get minutes and and i was at the putting kenny kenneth out there with nicole yokich where they had pretty good chemistry last season so we'll probe played nine ten nine and a half guys tonight and uh hopefully that grew confined in of kim's john the core 2 out to pull out the win last question for its on an mba note uh that that game last night coach in and gordon hayward i mean breaks your heart i bow pukhan the hotel room last night boat bore your thoughts on obviously i think uh the entire nba his let it be known no one wants to see that happen in a world competitive we all wanna win that's what we get paid to do but when something like that happens five minutes into the first game of the nba season your heart is breaks for gordon hayward and his family because you don't want to see anybody go through that can gruesome injuries so obviously i think i speak for everybody with another organisation a we wish him his family nothing but the best and they speedier covering art coach me and my shoes are out here good luck gave number one hard but in a i know you love salt lake city and your bakeer so be safe out there taken.
"kenneth out" Discussed on KQED Radio
"If he not a state you don't have control over eur four years you have less access to economic networks and economic mechanisms you're not protect it by trade laws so it's more difficult to create trade agreements if you're not recognised by the un most people would say you not officially a country so what i you i call them unrecognised states or just states some types is creates a bit of confusion essentially it's the old adage if it walks like attack and talks i attack it is a that we recognize that it is state like it's just lacking that recognition and how many of these state like places other out there had it probably about a dozen among these unrecognized states somaliland is a unique case not only is it not a member of the un it hasn't been officially recognised by any other country in the world the reason is that it's seen as part of somalia so recognizing it would violate somalia's territorial integrity what about kosevo remember eight also unilaterally declared independence customers been recognized by more than half of the un members but it's still not recognised as a sovereign state because the un as a body does not recognize it as a sovereign state and some recognition maine's you get some of the benefits of being a state kosovo has gotten part of the deal casino has access to things like the world bank the imf the international olympic committee and a lot of that is probably due to how coast full kenneth out and if it's essentially administered by the un has been a lot of un and international support in the creation of kosovo so who gets to have their own country are third expert witness has explained that although in theory anyone can call themselves the state if other states don't agree life is going to be pretty tough so why does some get recognition and some done and by many things in life it's all about who you know part four whoa rule of great powers i really got intrigued in this area of international law through my own personal experience growing up in a country.
"kenneth out" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I think that was referring to the fact were you were saying i didn't use ticket because i was poor south the point is you shouldn't have been doing an active in the first place a time as you couldn't afford it when you're when you're twenty one and you're living in on rahman it ordering a pizza delivery as a splurge any yeah you might not tip twenty percent i still give a tip just did not a generous tip and so i would never stiffed people but i definitely who couldn't afford to tip to be extra generous with attempts but i he he's right i didn't stiff pizza delivery drivers if i were to pizza i would make sure i had enough to give them the minimum tip but that that was all the money i had like i would be like end of the week this is a big deal i'm mortar a pizza but i agree with him like you should be it will do the minimum tabai i didn't stiff people by by any means steffi rollers said oh 'cause you're talking about tipene if you're out gambling for instance shields she says muslim used to work a kenmore lanes were there was a casino some guy one over a hundred thousand dollars just over a hundred thousand dollars the guy wanted a huge jackpot what would you took on hundred thousand dollars it depends if it was a jackpot hand like that they they recommend ten percent but i wouldn't give tempers are 100 are probably gives the kid a thousand what i know that was the thing i didn't know you tip thought 100 you give the kenneth out of thousands of all euro yeah ahsan were given 10 grams per day he did not tip my son a penny they gave them a ton of cashmere four left and he said he was going to tip ever went out and he never came back and he never tipped anybody at i guess the people working there were pretty devastated by let me tell you this story because we have a coworker used to be professional blackjack player and so he played for the team he got an hourly rate no matter refused winning or losing and the the.
"kenneth out" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"A case gained national notoriety because the immediate aftermath of the shooting was live streamed on facebook bikas steals girlfriend diamond rental he was trying to get his id that's janas screaming at her with his gun still drawer all the kenneth out in the midst of the traffic stop casteel told the officer he had a firearm but janas insisted on the witness stand that way casteel reached into his pocket he feared for his life and fired off seven shots five of them hitting casteel prosecutors argue that nothing that occurred warranted the news of deadly force by officer yanna's there will be a six day of jury deliberations in the suburban philadelphia sexual trial of comedian bill cosby on thursday the jury told the judge was deadlock and he told him to try again despite calls from cosby's lawyers to declare a mistrial cosby spokesman andrew wyatt they have seen a case though the only thing they haven't asked for was the opening and closing statements as so right now they've seen every day and hopefully they will make a disease you've been if they don't make a disease hopefully they'll call it a deadlock president trump took time again during his saturday media dress to talk about wounded republican congressmen steve scalise who was shot while the gop baseball team was practising this week four hundred thirty five members of congress and three hundred million americans are pulling for him praying for him and pledging to him our full and total support to lease remains in critical condition is dr says his vitals have stabilized he's on the road to recovery amazoncom purchase of whole foods sent grocery chain stocks lower friday cbs's jill schlesinger whole foods currently has about four hundred fifty locations it spread out over forty two states i think that what's also interesting it's this is a recognition by amazon that there are certain products that people just are.
"kenneth out" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And one of the things that i like that you have here media wise is a computer that has a medical resource attached to eight so bad instead have being in your room watching tv watching the news and all the wonderful positive stuff slipped on the news you can be in this media room doing research all ryan whatever situation your travels going through bringing that often researching it talking to other families maybe that are going through that here as well and even if not that even if you are the only family here that has a child with you can research that on the computer prank that off take it to your doctor with whatever question you've got to get a second opinion to further your understanding of whatever that situation might be as well again as opposed to sitting in a room just watching tv hoping wondering doubting all those things that's correct and and we were very fortunate actually that kind of kenneth out because one of the families staying with us a came here from tampa who has been with us men multiple times that one of that ants actually works for this national medical resource library and she's someone who said you know when you probably get grant and get it this this computer put it and we had to get wiring it was a mired four and the desk and all that kind of stuff and so it was wonderful and so that's another you know the team is really kind of come here and they help us a little bit too so through through her tear telling us about that we applied for granted we got the founding in and we were able to put that and and it's it is really a great place for families kind of do the the research this books around they had the minute there they're published well and and we can mentioned this to end the library books are great to sit there and read yeah and an in take timing and stuff like that but like you said medical books are kind of outdated by the time hit the shell certainly by the time the itself here when it's been donated in several years old more importantly though i kinda if i do end reed a bullock about ailment that my child especially that was a sudden diagnosis so you're steer trout has been so my diagnosed with an ailment.
"kenneth out" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Know what the not do that's true i'm just talking to let's try maria in boston i got everybody on the line all right we just fix that former their daytona what the crowd out did was it alright over the alone just below the phones uh post route men be in fort myers i am completely technically challenge what's up mandich it must be my vibe and you're gonna live good how can i help at well i'm pretty much that trade got and that's the prize amount came my way the only on that i him out of it mike alone definitely get i carry right now and i with wondering like hey when it's two hundred and eighty nine dollars on and kenneth out the dollars hey off at like one and a half percent i would wondering do i take the money and gifts right how much list am i adam how much was this approach it was i'm not why they would have turned i just it was twenty thousand our good for you yeah bro to check built more corner in ten thousand dollars no no payments in the world on the field good it well had bright i'm afraid because the other she was going into from until or something like that if you have that feeling like the out of here it's going to happen i need pass what is the the should drop in there was no surprise well you mentioned that not your corey could it got a good point there you know so we still got ten thousand dollars for they'll issue that's called your emergency fun and you build urgency fun to three to six months or expressions and then and only then you start your long term investing absolutely out playing a car off get out big down with that are bait as an car payments are not a way of life like so for bro people you know me bro people get really car private that opens up when when you're budget sight invest him to build well and that's more powerful when you can do this is the dave ramsey show.
"kenneth out" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News
"With thirty million radio listeners weekly this is cbs news in the northwest in the win with fm news team acts getting to the khl news time eight oh three md patterson two high school wrestling coaches enough for team euro blame are dead after a gruesome murder suicide khl's graham mchale tells us the typically quiet town a person is completely shake it there are many questions left to be answered after jason houston apparently killed us callie kenneth out there as murdered fourteen year old jj her toe to toe and injure the boys mother all before taking his own life but what police chief jason kidd missed him does know this is not what life was like in the city of just seventeen thousand one hundred percent not indicative of this community armstead has always been in an open diverse community that she says that the only other things he knows at this point is that the two coaches for friends they houston was like a father like fixture for jj and that he get a previous relationship with them all but the investigation is just beginning are obligations now is to try to provide some answers on why this took place we may not know those answers i think it's our duty to try to figure this out that till the news one oh one live traffic and weather coming up on a from news one oh one k guys i love comic books i'm always first in line to see the latest covered the movie yeah i know get checked but hate because no shake everyone loves their favorite combo characters with their watching them on tv or in a movie but i was a kid i would read that madden fantastic for calmest looks slash light heading into the covers now there's no reason to hide you love for cano books.