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Fresh update on "ly" discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
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Sinkhole Swallows Up Van In South Los Angeles
"In South Los Angeles today, a sinkhole swallows a van that was parked on the street. Ah, a neighbor's security camera captured the sound of the ground, opening up and swallowing Amber Anderson's van, but she says she slept through it on Ly waking up when her dog started barking, came out my front door and realized wow. My van behind me is inside of a whole, D w. P says an eight inch cast iron water main burst this morning, weakening the ground and causing the same cold. Open up just before six. Water had to be shut off for about 20 homes on the block. E W P isn't sure how long repairs will take. Getting the van out was their first priority by Bach can keep the van. I want to keep it. He and Anderson want answers. They don't know if pipes or just aging or if work on the new metro line nearby has made the ground less stable. They say This isn't the first problem in the neighborhood. Three houses down way had like a smaller stink hole where a water line broke again and it made a hole into the ground. Gap. The ground a little bit. This is a much bigger hole, and even when it's patched up, Anderson says she won't trust parking here again. CBS
Destruction of murder hornets nest doesn't end threat
"Nearly 500 murder hornets were found in that first ever nest discovered on U. S soil in northwest Washington hears combos Jeff Postell. Ever since the first Asian Giant Hornet was discovered in North America earlier this year, the state Department of Agriculture has been working to contain the swarms spread. Entomologists Spend species eager, says that first nest was found in a hollowed out treat near blame. The nest itself had six comes the largest come being nine inches across, which was about how much room was actually available in the tree void itself. The stack of comes itself was 14 inches high. He says. Nearly 500 hornets were found in that nest at various stages of development. But this may not be the on ly Nest in Washington and scientists continue their search
Washington, DC officials monitoring reports that Proud Boys may be heading to District for weekend protest
"The presidential election. Some people are still angry about the outcome, and they're planning to visit D. C to show it Last weekend, several far right organizations and malicious discussed openly coming to D. C to voice their displeasure over the election results and the vote tally process. Nothing happened. But this weekend coming up there is a more serious effort underway. The proud boys, a far right neo fascist male on Ly organization that promotes and engages in political violence, put out a call on Monday, saying all hands on Echo Echo echo need as many of you as we can get this Saturday, we will be marching. Against this stolen election Authorities are aware and taking precautions. J J Green w T o P News stay
Philadelphia cancels plan to return students to classrooms as COVID-19 cases rise
"No returned to the classroom this month for pre K through second graders in the Philadelphia school district. The surgeon Corona virus is to blame with officials backtracking on the plan to send those students into school buildings is part of a hybrid schedules starting November, 30th. I'm going to stay online on Ly For now.
Some Wichita schools move to remote learning
"Aboard revisited plans for second quarter learning in light of rising covert cases in Sedgwick County, The board voted 5 to 2 to continue the learning plan from first quarter that means elementary schools will be on site in my school, remote middle and high schools will be my school remote on Ly for the second nine weeks of the school year. Ust 259 director of Health services Kimber CASS, It's told board members that the number of cases in the district have doubled since last week. CASS it's said more than 68. People in the district have tested positive since November. 5th. Yes, we have 90 buildings, 90 plus buildings. But we have some buildings that have over 20 staff members out. This is just our positive cases that we know about in our schools. The second quarter of the school year begins on Thursday. The board will next meet on Monday, November 23rd to review the latest covered 19 information from Sedgwick County. Dave Wilson. Kenyan SS
Boston - New York Jets Fall To 0-9 For First Time In Franchise History, Lose To New England Patriots As Time Expires
"Nick folk Berries that 51 yard attempt to bury the Jets and keep them the on Ly Willow's team in the NFL. Patriots win it. 30 to 27 New England 35 jets are oh and nine for the first time in franchise history awards week for
The Queen's Gambit (Netflix Mini-Series 2020)
"Still in their top five I remember correctly. Is the queen's gambit. It was number one don't know where it is. Right now. I still think it's the number one show streaming right now on the streamer, but it is about the orphan who becomes A chess Phanom. And she learns chess from the maintenance man downstairs in the orphanage and her life. Just kind of goes from there, and I'm keeping it purposely broad, cause I so want you and I've been I've been guilty of Oversharing and I want to I want you guys to Kind of unfold the show for yourself because that's that's part of the magic of it, because it's so gosh darn good. We talked about it last week. Alexis is back and you watched it a cz. Well, I watched everything. Jeez, I could not stop watching it. And they binged it in four days. Completely just watched the whole thing. It's about what we did. Yeah, I'm with you. Oh, man. It is so good. Now I don't know much about chess. So I think that if you do love chess, you'll even get more in terms of the moves because they really had a really cool way of showing how they do it with the shadows of the ponds and the different You know pieces and then the boards. You know how they do the different moves. And what did the bishop do? And you know all of that, And there's all of these different ways to come at it. You know, different theories and thiss guy does it this way, and he always moves this first and so That was kind of lost on me. But it just It was such a great story and a great reminder that if you want to be the best at what you dio, it takes a lot of hard work a lot of dedication. And also trying around it. Right and remembering the people around. You mean I think about LeBron James and Michael Jordan. Serena Williams. Now, of course, this is in the sports world. Tom Brady, You know, like you are a goat. You really do need to work. You know, they're not out partying and having fun, And that's kind of the same case with the in the Queen's gambit, she Beth. She's just really focused on her goal of being the best chess player. I love that she didn't really focus on her gender, but the media did. And but it's still a hard world to be in when it's all it's all men like, generally older sixties in the fifties and sixties, So you know at the time it's during the Cold War. There's already tensions between the U. S and the Soviet Union already at that time, and then the best chess players come from the Soviet Union. So it was really reflective of the time to mean just in a chess game, So I really like that. I like the full circle aspect of the story toward the end. Again. I don't want to give too much away like you, said Jace. But itjust they answer a lot of questions that you may have as you're watching it and satisfying answers. I see what Yeah, yeah. Don. Where are you? I am just finished Episode four They're going to attack a lot into each episode, though. I mean, even by the end of the first one, you're like, Whoa. This is like a full movie. I just watched her. That's so true, Don. Yeah. In the anime pack a lot in. I mean so much. It's like the opposite of what they did with blind manner, not enough material that they snatched into. Ah, really long boring. Story That was way too many episodes. This is very efficient and I love the writing. You get to know her and what she's all about, Really? Not necessarily through the dialogue, but what they show you. Yes. Great writing, Thie. Other thing. It's the fashion one. Everything she wore. This will be nominated for costume design. Don't you think? Absolutely, without a doubt, the production design and the wardrobe. They're They're co stars. They're they're absolute co stars, and she carries it. She carries it so well, those clothes you know that old saying the the clothes don't wear you. You wear the clothes. She wears those clothes girl. I mean, she capital. W wears out, though, that wardrobe and Well, I just want to be her and Lex. I don't know if you felt this way, said this to dawn last week in the most complimentary way possible. I was sad. I was sad at the conclusion not because of the conclusion, but because I wanted more time with Beth, I interesting. I don't often have that reaction to characters. Um, you know, like Star Wars. I just, You know, I want to hang out with Ray and I want to know what's happening and all that stuff. But I really I'm sad that I'm not going to be invited in her world anymore. Well, that's what I was going to ask you because it does look like maybe a season two is in the works. Really? Yeah. There at least floating the idea around what it could be. Will they bring it back for a second season s wires asking that and It's not renewed. Of course, there's no news about that. But this next season would dive into her love life, her family history, that type of thing. I had the opposite reaction. I feel like this miniseries. It was perfect. In the way that they told it. I don't know if I need to know more. I love I love how it ended, and just That's great. Yeah, I'm not saying I want it because they'll mess it up, right? That's what I'm worried about. Yeah, I It's like big little lives. You know, the first was based on a book and that was near perfect. And then you went back, and you basically forced the author to create another story in a short amount of time. And you know, it wasn't a natural process. You gave the A writer. A hard deadline. I don't think you know. Not all. Not all creatives work well with that s O this. Yeah, but I was Muchas. I'm sad for that desire to him, Not with her. I would rather have that than an unsatisfying Sequel Hard to beat that this is Yeah, because this is just a compliment. I I miss her. I want to know what she's doing, but I'll rely on my imagination for that, and I'm fine. It's just It's just a huge compliment to the writer of the novel into the two the creatives behind this miniseries. They did such a good job that they made me want, Maura and that Whatmore could you ask for with a creative endeavor? You know Jerry Seinfeld, No one to get off the stage. They're off the stage and I miss her because she's so freaking cool. I want to have with her. I want her to be my friend. And then I want to steal all of her clothes. Be nude. That's not nice. Other things, didn't you guys? Yeah, No kidding. Just gorgeous. Benny Watts. The character who the guy who plays many Watts, Thomas Brody Stang stur. Yeah, He's that kid from love, Actually, Yeah. Grew up guys. He looks exactly the same thing just looks like someone pulled them from his head. Hold his legs and to stretch them a little bit. Was he also in finding Neverland with Johnny Depp? Yes, I think so. The writer of Peter Pan. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, but it just looks like someone stretched him. You had put a mustache auto. And then the other kid is from Harry Potter. Yes, friend of her selling. Is Perry's cousin, His awful cousin that he lives with. Yeah, deadly Douglas. Yeah, and he's the other person and I just like I said this to dawn. I just like that the old you know, one of the themes that I realized after the fact is really about loneliness, you know, Beth the character and we're talking queen's gambit as we wrap it up here on Netflix. You know, it's a great lesson where sometimes you just see what's right in front of your face. And Beth did that. Beth was guilty of thinking that she was very alone. She was on ly kind of looking within just a few inches of her face. But if she just looked around She just looked a little bit to her left and right. She realized she really wasn't alone. And I think that's a good universal lesson for all of us that sometimes when we do feel very isolated and alone where we really are not, itjust takes Takes a moment to look around. And Beth really was Beth her whole life and, understandably, so she felt alone. But she really never wasn't. She always had people that was rooting for her, but she just never internally felt that way. Andi. I've found that fascinating to examine in that show. So the Queen's gambit everybody on Netflix If you haven't it, it's
Kamala Harris to make history as the first Black woman vice president
"Rigor is with us from Harvard University. She's an ABC news contributor We are about to hear not on Ly doctor regard from Joe Biden but also from from Kamala Harris. In Ah, moment that we heard from from ABC Savory. Harper is not only a triumph for her personally but but also a symbol of what black women can achieve in the United States. Right. This is a momentous occasion for Kamila Harrison and for this country, and she is the daughter of immigrants. She is an hbcu Brad, a member of a historically black authority, and now she is the vice president elect of the United States. The first woman in the first woman of color. That's a hold that title You know. Over the past few days, I've spoken to black women who aspire to hold elected office and black female political scientists tell me that Paris is inspiring a new generation of leadership and that she has forever changed how women of color I will campaign by bringing her multi hyphenate identity to the trail. You know, she did not shy away from her Indian or her Jamaican heritage. She spoke about those on the campaign trail. She was often picture On HBCU campuses with marching band. This is something that has has changed the way that black women specifically will feel if they can bring their authentic Selves to the trail. Actively right Rigor and ABC News contributor. Joining us from Harvard University is we're about to hear
Making A Murderer: The key piece of evidence in the case of Steven Avery
"Of every criminal case, every case in the law, really? There is a key. There is a piece of evidence so critical that the case itself turns on it. In the case of Theresa Holbox murder, the key is literally the key and the key to understanding it is to understand that everything making a murderer has told you about it. Is wrong. I'm Dan O'Donnell and this is rebutting a murderer. The most vulnerable piece of evidence to attack is the key. And that's because of the evidence the state presented so the key isn't found until they're been repeated searches of Avery's trailer off that was highly suspicious. But overriding that is the DNA of Steven Avery on the key. First of all, Avery's attorney, Kathleen Zellner, isn't telling the truth about how the key was found. There weren't repeated searches of Avery's trailer at all. There was one and the key was found during the first search of the bookcase next to Avery's bed. The key was found in on November. 5th 2005. The day that Theresa Hall box wrapped for was found in the Avery Scrapyard on investigative team began searching the Avery property for Hall box body. Yet, as the Wisconsin Court of Appeals noted in its decision against Avery, investigators never performed a full search of Avery's trailer that day. Special investigator Tom Foss. Bender testified that most of the investigators in the trailer had already been working for 12 hours or more and exhaustion and safety issues were becoming factors that could affect the searchers ability to locate and collect evidence. In addition, there was a horrendous rain storm going on that created a risk of evidence being destroyed or lost as officers went in and out of the trailer to get equipment. Thus, the officers were focused on looking for the type of evidence that would be most at risk of being destroyed under those conditions. Boss Bender testified that in debriefing the officers that night, he was telling people we are not done in that house. Boss, Bender testified. As of Saturday night, the trailer was still part of my scene. This is an ongoing search. The search, however, was suspended that night. Next day. Investigators did indeed enter Avery's trailer, but not to search on Ly to obtain items that they had noticed the night before and listed in reports, most notably Avery's guns. Technicians from the Wisconsin State crime lab, then went in to swab for DNA but did not perform any sort of search of the trailer. The following day. Investigators entered the trailer again but never entered Avery's bedroom at all. They went in, only to get the serial number from Avery's computer. Only the next day November, 8th did the search that was suspended on November 5th resume, and it was during that search of Avery's bedroom, the first search of Avery's bedroom. That the key was found the officer who found it, Sergeant Andrew Colburn testified that this was the first time any investigators had gone room by room through the trailer looking for evidence. And that they were instructed specifically to collect the large number of pornographic photos of Avery's ex wife and girlfriend that he had kept in his bookcase. Colburn said he was frustrated and disgusted and having to sort through all of those pornographic pictures, and he slammed other items He found in the bookcase back into it while he was searching it. Because he had pulled the bookcase out from the wall to get better access to its contents. He picked it up to move it back when he was finished. At that point, the key fell out of the back. Photos of the bookcase submitted as evidence showed that the back panel was loose from the interior, making it easy for a key concealed in the bookcase toe fall out onto the floor when the bookcase was moved. Making a murderer has claimed for three years now that the key was found on Lee after repeated intense searches of the bedroom acclaim it has Zellner make again but it simply isn't true. It was found during the first search of the bedroom and the first search of the bookcase. Elders claim that Steven Avery's DNA a found on that key was planted is equally dubious. To test this theory. She hires forensic consultant Dr Karl Reich, who naturally immediately suspects that the evidence is planted. The thing that suspicious about the DNA is the quantity of it because she said it was touch DNA. And Dr Reich felt just looking at it that there was too much DNA on the key to have just been the result of handling yet again. Zellner conducts a rather unscientific scientific experiment to show that it would be impossible for the amount of DNA the state says Avery left on the key to be left by mere touch, eh? Identical vehicle was obtained. And an identical key was obtained to try and reproduce what the state came up with in terms
Beverly Hills police investigating suspected hate crime, Los Angeles
"Beverly Hills police looking for as many as nine men and women who physically attacked employees at a Turkish restaurant called Cafe Istanbul. The suspects made pro Armenian statements, which police say makes the incident of hate crimes that happened around 8 30 Wednesday night at a restaurant on South Beverly Drive near Gregory Way. Police can't say whether all of the suspects were men on ly that 6 to 9 individuals and To the restaurant and made pro Armenia statements before going after employees. Physical attack ensued inside the restaurant as well as it bled on to the alleyway, which is right adjacent to the restaurant. The victims did sustained minor injuries and we're deny they denied treatment after Lieutenant Max Subin with Beverly Hills, P D says the suspects also destroyed property inside the restaurant over turning tables and chairs. The suspects are said to be between the ages of 20 and 30. Detectives are going over served Silent video with the goal of identifying them. Beverly Hills Mayor Lester Friedman said in a statement that there is no place in the city for this behavior and asked members of the public to come forward with any information about the suspect.
Oregon becomes first state to legalize magic mushrooms as more states ease drug laws in 'psychedelic renaissance'
"Tuesday was also a good night for more relaxed drug laws. Voters in Arizona, Montana, New Jersey in South Dakota, all legalized recreational marijuana. South Dakota also approved medical marijuana, and so did Mississippi. In Oregon voters approved some of the biggest drug policy rollbacks in the nation, They overwhelmingly approved an initiative to decriminalize all drugs. That includes cocaine, heroin and meth doesn't mean that these drugs are now legal just that if you're caught with small amounts, you probably won't go to jail or again also became the first state to legalize magic mushrooms but only used in licensed therapy settings here to talk about these measures, and what they mean is Herman Lopez, senior correspondent for Fox. Focused on criminal justice, guns and drugs High Hi. Thanks for having me. Well, have you let's begin with Oregon? And why did voters overwhelmingly, it appears approved this measure. So for years now, I think we've heard particularly from Democratic politicians this call to end the war on drugs and what that really means For a lot of people based on the support for this initiative, at least Is ending the criminal justice system's role in the war on drugs like making this a public health issue, something that's dealt with that and addiction treatment in hospitals and so on, but not through prison and jail and that Is essentially what drove this initiative not which not only decriminalizes drugs, but also puts redirects some state money to more treatment. And I guess it's a particular problem in drugs or problem everywhere. But Oregon has a particularly bad problem. I mean, pretty much every play every state in the US at this point, unfortunately, has some level of drug problem with the opioid epidemic and also just alcohol, misuse and addiction is really skyrocketed over the past few years. So unfortunate. I don't think Oregon's alone where Oregon was particularly bad, I think is that actually had pretty low levels of funding for addiction treatment on and that's one of the things that this initiative now seeks to fix. But it still is a NY Eyebrow razor, right When you see the headlines decriminalized all drugs. Do you think that this could change the drug conversation and the rest of the country? Yeah. I mean, it's toughly eyebrow raising. I mean, 10 years ago, Ah, no state in the country had legalized marijuana. And now some states are decriminalizing all drugs now granted marijuana legalization is allow sales, which, as you mentioned, this won't allow. But Yes, it's it's a big step and activists. I've talked to them, especially since they saw so much support in Oregon are hoping to like, Take this two more states across the country to really give way to that slogan, too. And the war on drugs. Well, let's talk about this other measure in or again to legalize certain uses of psilocybin magic mushrooms. Tell us about that. So there have been some studies showing that if you used these kind of like psychedelics and supervised setting, so there would be somebody like a trained facilitator, guiding you through essentially a hallucinogenic trip. Um, it can help some people he studies have been small, but they've helped people with PTSD, for example, with end of life anxiety. Some of the earlier studies were about people who have like terminal cancer and are really anxious. Like I think most of us would be about dying and It really helps essentially put thes people at ease to help them that there's lots of Interesting things in the research showing like some people find the spiritual connection. Some people just their brain to start thinking about these issues differently, regardless of what it is. It seems to work. And that's essentially what organ is now going to try to do is like in the supervised setting, so it's not going to be like a medical marijuana dispensary where you can go home with a bag of pot or whatever. But if you in the supervised sentence, you will be guarded. The really stripped you will essentially be able to use Psychedelics legally. And it's only mushrooms, though right, not LSD, or is it both? It's just so sad that that's what most of this research has focused on for lots of reasons, but So both the American Psychiatric Association and the Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association opposed this measure. Why So I think one of the things that makes this one A bit tricky for medical folks in particular, is like we already have a process nationally for approving medications. That's the FDA regulatory process, like things go through clinical trials, and they're eventually approved. And unlike medical marijuana, say, 25 years ago. They're these drugs actually are already on clinical trial like that are already on that track. It's possible that regardless what Oregon did hear these medications could have been approved for national youth in a few years, and they're so likely to the FDA still overseeing those clinical trials. We're moving along. So I think that's that's a big obstacle here is like to put this in front of state voters. It's certainly an unusual way to approve medications, and one of the reasons that happened with marijuana was largely because The FDA was stifling research. But in this case that's not happening, So I think the argument is a bit different this time around. Okay. And then, as I mentioned earlier, several states passed recreational marijuana use and medicinal use. So where are we now across the country when it comes to legalizing weed. So 15 States have now legalized weed. Ah, and they've legalized sales. DC has on ly legalized possession, meaning it's kind of like a equalization model where you can't be arrested. But you also just don't even face a fine. But D. C has not legal ourselves who was blocked by Congress from doing so.
Chicago Bears Place Offensive Lineman Bobby Massie On IR, Germain Ifedi And Jason Spriggs On COVID List
"Some breaking news out of Halas Hall. Here's Josh lists. Yeah, Only one team is going to snap its two game losing streak in Tennessee Sunday, and if it's the Bears, they'll do it with a short handed offensive line and no in person practice. Three of those o linemen are now on the reserve covert list while regular testing continues Injured Bear center Cody White here reportedly test positive for covert 19, now one of three bears all offensive lineman on the reserve covert list. Jason Spriggs is out Sunday was due to start Germaine, a Fetty questionable white here out already dealing with a calf injury. Palace hall has been shut down Bears players have sent home for remote on Ly work in a statement from the team, they say a player tested positive in all close contacts have been contacted and already begun self isolation. We will continue to work closely with NFL medical experts and follow the league's intensive protocol. Health and safety of our team players and staff of the highest priority, according to a bear statement. Sunday's game still on a Tennessee
Daily U.S. virus infections hit all-time high: "Extremely dire"
"In most states. I'm Marilyn Hider. With today's Corona virus Update this Tuesday, Election day more than 91,000. New infections were reported the country's five highest days of Corona virus cases have all been recorded since October. 29th Data from Johns Hopkins University shows on Ly five states, Alabama, Hawaii, Louisiana, Tennessee and Vermont are trending in the right direction. Hospitalization of covert 19 patients is also increasing across the U. S. More than 50,000. People are now hospitalized with the virus. That is an increase of more than 67% in a month. According to the Cova tracking project, San Diego
8 people arrested during Seattle protests on Election Day
"Eight people people in in election election night night protests protests in in Seattle, Seattle, but but overall, overall, the the protests protests were were peaceful peaceful combos. combos. Matt Matt Markovich Markovich tells tells us us about about the the police police tactics tactics used used on on the marches the marches that that appear appear to to have have had had nothing nothing to to do do with with the the election. election. Seattle Seattle police police took took more more of of that that aggressive. aggressive. Proactive Proactive approach approach they've they've been been talking talking about about to to remove remove the the marchers marchers and and their their car car brigade brigade that that was was blocking blocking Mercer Mercer Street Street in in South South Lake Lake Union Union with with the the two two groups groups were were not not moving moving fast fast enough. enough. This This is is a a kind kind of warning of warning that that we we heard heard from from the the lieutenant lieutenant in in charge charge of firearm of firearm food. food. food. food. If If If If you you you you don't don't don't don't you you you you do do do do not not not not materials. materials. materials. materials. However However However However property property destruction destruction or less. or less. In In addition, addition, arrest arrest remain. remain. Offenses Offenses included included property property damage, damage, malicious malicious mischief, mischief, resisting resisting arrest, arrest, obstruction, obstruction, reckless reckless driving. driving. The crowd The crowd began began to to disperse disperse is is about about 50 50 officers officers kept kept pushing pushing about about at at that that 500.50 500.50 protesters protesters up up toward toward Capitol Capitol Hill Hill near near Cal Cal Anderson Anderson part part the evening. the evening. Marchers Marchers say say everything everything was was peaceful peaceful until until SPD SPD band band there there push push in in that that very very fast fast fashion. fashion. We We were were told told by by some some of the of marchers the marchers at at no no chemical chemical agents. agents. We're We're being being used used by by SPD SPD on on the the crowd. crowd. What What about about those those eight eight arrests arrests of of the the ones ones that that appear appear to to be be identified identified as as the the protesters protesters on on Ly Ly one one served served overnight overnight in in jail? jail? The The rest rest released released in in about about three three hours. hours. Oregon Oregon Governor
Seattle police arrest 8 people after election night marches
"Eight people in election night protests in Seattle, but overall, the protests were peaceful combos. Matt Markovich tells us about the police tactics used on the marches that appear to have had nothing to do with the election. Seattle police took more of that aggressive. Proactive approach they've been talking about to remove the marchers and their car brigade that was blocking Mercer Street in South Lake Union with the two groups were not moving fast enough. This is a kind of warning that we heard from the lieutenant in charge of firearm food. food. If If you you don't don't you you do do not not materials. materials. However However property destruction or less. In addition, arrest remain. Offenses included property damage, malicious mischief, resisting arrest, obstruction, reckless driving. The crowd began to disperse is about 50 officers kept pushing about at that 500.50 protesters up toward Capitol Hill near Cal Anderson part the evening. Marchers say everything was peaceful until SPD band there push in that very fast fashion. We were told by some of the marchers at no chemical agents. We're being used by SPD on the crowd. What about those eight arrests of the ones that appear to be identified as the protesters on Ly one served overnight in jail? The rest released in about three hours. Oregon
Uber, Lyft spend big, win in California vote about drivers
"There was another big issue on the ballot last night in California, one that impacts uber and lyft drivers. Yeah, this one was to amend A California law California law that was passed to take people who worked as independent contractors and make them employees of companies that was a statewide law and uber and lift and Postmates indoor dash who's drivers are independent contractors. They said, Wait. We don't want to do that. That's not great for our business model. So they put on the ballot An amendment to change that on ly for their drivers. It was specifically for AP based drivers. Be able to classify their employees still, as independent contractors and written into this proposition are some health care benefits and a CZ well, some salary guaranteed benefits so there are some benefits to them. As well. And it will be interesting to see because this is one of those propositions. I think that, as goes California maybe goes the rest of the country. We could see labor laws changed with these kinds of companies across the country.
Gov. Wolf Calls for Patience as Pennsylvania Makes Sure Every Vote Counts
"Governor Tom Wolfe says the results in his state May not be known today. But the most important thing is that we have accurate results again. Even if that takes a little longer than we're used to. Pennsylvania, secretary of state says between 2.5 and three million ballots were mailed in and only about half have been counted so far in 2016 on Ly 260,000 people in Pennsylvania mailed in a ballot.
How to Survive Your Election Day Anxiety
"Blossomed into full on post election day anxiety? Yeah, that makes you and a whole lot of other people with the results not known in the count's so close. Anna has a lot of feelings about this election right now. Terror Terror fear. Yeah, um, hopelessness, but some just don't yet have any feelings at all. I'm not feeling anything right now to early as for the latest news this morning that the president is vowing a legal battle even before the final results, this man says that was about the on ly thing that was predictable. It's ridiculous. It's typical Typical and he'll go out kicking and screaming and crying. Samantha Lippman 10 10 wins in Midtown. Also yesterday,
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"ly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"They're Robbie landed last week. Kelly walked away as the checkpoint next champion after she was able to identify the impostor game reviews of among us While we're Beard has a new game this week that involves video game characters and on Lee fans. Wass Yes. So we are actually going to be doing a thing where we guess what's on people's on Ly fan. So in case you're living under a rock, What is on Ly Fansonly fans is it's been around since 2016 and it's a website where people pay you till I get exclusive content. Now, most the time it's used by like adult workers in a certain line of the moon would can't yes, like shirtless photos and Pictures of genitalia. However, they have had an ad campaign recently to remind people that it's not just nudity that you sell on only fans. So it's just a patriot. Yeah, kind of, but so what we're gonna do is we're going to guess what video game characters would be putting on their particular only fans. But first I want to start with what you guys would put on your only fans. James, what would do on yours? My only fans would probably contain videos of me shirtless, eating cheesy goatee to crunch is by the pool. It's totally worth 6 99 months to Alright. Alright, well, look, First of all, you can choose how much you want people to pay. That's why I figure 6 90 nine's worth a couple of shots on in order to compete with what people actually put on on Ly fans mind would have to be adult thing, and I would do daily magic items you can use in your home dnd campaigns. That are geared more towards the erotic role playing of the fan base. Robbie Landis into erotic role play was able to marry that so well was he is truly a dungeon, Master. Ah, for my only fans. I think I would put Pictures and videos of my cats. And so what I do is I entitled them like super lewd stuff and everything. Ah, in reference to my cats. He'd be like Washington's dirty girl today in his cat like slave My P. Yes, exactly. And so I think it's ah, I think it would go over. Well, people would pay for my cat pictures. All right, So how we're going to play. I'm going to give you a videogame character and you have to tell me what they would put on their own. Hold on. How do we earn points?.
"ly" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"ly" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Really paid all right the first time the first time. Everything was very like voluntary because it was a collaborative group project. End with this one. It's still a collaborative group project. But you know we can expect that from people after a time of a you know this timeframe you know and we let them know that and you know they love so much that they want to work with us and help us make this but you know that is something that we want to discuss in the future and you know because they rightfully deserve that We've we've had very lengthy discussions about like trying to come up with ways to cause We don't want to depend on fundraising necessarily. Because that's that's great for the first project but we want to be able to have a greater business plan to be able to support what we WANNA do and support the people on the project so That's in future discussion. But it was. It was harder in terms of Like with seven meets everything kind of fell into place. And that's why a lot of us believe that all it's Kinda crazy that we really think it's almost like fate that brought us all together to like have us meet each other and get this close as we did So last time like everything kind of fell into place. The people in their roles were just perfect like everyone on. The project is absolutely phenomenal into locations. That came in. They wanted us to film there for free to help promote their business. And so and you know everything just seemed to work versus this one It was a lot. There were a lot of challenges that we faced but the fact that we overcame them. And we're still pushing hard to work together and put something out means even more to us this time. Because last time I think was like the tutorial. This is now the real trial. So are you able to talk about one of the challenges in a little bit more detail? Yes so I think locations. This time was a lot harder Finding a location last time kind of just fell into place like Oh hey guys like the Sushi restaurant wants us to film in place totally would love to and that was kind of already set on versus now we had to have a higher production quality because we kind of set the bar with and the locations for the original film. We were trying very hard to match them so we had to get a a boxing ring. We had to get a mansion. Just those these. These alone were were a lot in Wasn't just the fact that we were filming another parody. But we what Morgan. I've been working on all summer. Actually an original song so we have. We filmed two music videos in the course of four days. Yeah which is very insane. I'll never put our crew. That ever again. Gosh yes so. Those are the challenges we face. I mean how did you? How did you get a boxing ring? How did you finally get a mansion? a lot of those had to do with connections and also pure space so we had to do a lot of outreaching to see like who within our crew Was able to find somewhere location like we had filtered through quite a few locations for like the boxing ring. Seen that we were considering having So we looked at a couple of dodos because we thought about replacing the boxing ring with Dodo Qatar. So cool or whatever but you know the the those came with its own challenges. And you know we had to consider liability because it's not just like seven meets. It was outside. My uncle's house wasn't much to worry about verses. Now we're we're actually trying to get more legitimate locations like that so lose a lot of connections a lot of peer space filtering and we actually had a locations manager. Julie WHO's on the team with us. She was actually an extra seven meets but she really wanted to participate in this one so she really helped us secure. Those of you couldn't just do like airbnb mentioned. Oh No I don't think AIRBNB allows you to film different pricing Pierce Base. Only lets you. So that's the thing. Peer space have never heard that before me neither so I discovered that During seven means when we brought it up but I didn't really know what it was until this project so pure space is like a platform where it's meant for creatives to rent out certain spaces for their needs so like any kind of photo studios we actually rented a warehouse from them and then we rented the mansion from as well so so money actually exchanges. Hands is not like okay. We'll do this for you and in return you do this for us. Yeah because the people on Pierce Bass don't have anything to gain from it. It's not so much an exchange We did have like a Exchange with hey hey which is a Boba shop in Echo Park. Sorry for That we worked with so for one of our videos. We are promoting their trains. We have like a good I guess advertising deal with them to to highlight their business so that was more of an exchange but opposed to pure space. These are people that already rent out their facilities for these specific purposes So it's a little a little bit different they don't really gain anything from US The first video it sounded like something from sounding music my favorite things right when you said. Don't call me angel. I mean I'm a age where there was a very popular song. Don't call me Joe in the morning baby but it sounds like this is a totally different song. Yes okay it's totally different okay. The first one had a lot of choreography that I think mimicked. The seven rings sort of thing did the original. So don't call me angel. Have Choreography to. And then if you're going to if you did it like did you do you bring in a choreographer and then you have to learn Corio. I mean well. Good thing you're speaking to a choreographer here yeah no Seventy meets did have some choreography. We tried to highlight it much as we could. But it's hard with all the cuts and everything so but we did train. We went to dance practice. Sessions with pre like every week up until filming and we in breeze amazing. We had to switch just as amazing experience. Your experience like dancing none of that but we tackled it anyways. And and so even day of filming for seven meets. We had to change the Corio multiple times because just of the spacing of the place. Yeah so you know we literally had a change it on the spot when we realize we like only had an X. amount of space so I was like okay. You guys will you need to change it. Let's just do it? And they came through like it was it was it was insane like Agassi on the first one For their first. So that's really your art is dance One of them will see what I'm doing later. And what kind of dance but usually like modern hip pop. That's what it's called urban hip hop okay. And and so. That's what you've trained in for the last couple years. Yeah yeah one of our early. Was Jimmy Kitagawa. So she was one of the hunters. You Girls Yeah. And she was the only non professional dancer. She was just hip hop club in college and she went out for the thing with. What's her name is not the one that had a heart as you girls a funny. Yeah so I was really interesting. So she toured the world with Gwen Stefani. And then the how'd you could kind of went right. So then she had to do something else so she tried out for Madonna and then she was part of Madonna's dance troupe for a bunch of years. Yeah she's like. Yeah so the way Madonna roles is if she gets invited reported her whole group. Get somebody to the party if she is a stain. Sweet in whole group Kit. Sweet thank crazy so I mean it's it's a burgeoning field right now this whole urban hip hop and all of that so. I mean this could be a jumping off thing for you to bring people see the Korean. Oh really see I feel like dancing is really. It's an interesting space. Yeah Yeah a lot of these things especially dance you. You have a very small window of opportunity. Yeah so Johnny's not doing this anymore so she was at the top right and she. She's actually done. Corio for all this stuff but I think right now. She's working for the food network or something like that like she wants to be a production assistant. Gm food shows. I'm like isn't that food. And Dancing. Like the polar opposites. You can't eat it sending me thanks to a this time. You're you're actually trying to not just doing on favors so I think you guys raised a thousand dollars for the seven meets something like that. You had crowdsourcing sourcing sort of thing. I mean what? What are you guys doing for raising money for this one? So for for seven meets we had a kickstarter which ended up raising about fourteen hundred which is very very good. that size This time around because we are doing videos We're trying to raise money on. Go Fund me Right now the goal I think is about like three thousand because we're trying to double the last one even that's a little tight We also with hey were doing a running a promotional event where we actually have two weeks or a promoting their drinks. They have special drinks made after the girls and then use the proceeds of the drinks. I think fifteen percent goes toward funding for the project and yeah most of them. Yeah it is so The I we worked with them during the video and we also are in discussion of making merchandise so yeah hoping to stupor cool. I gotTa Tell. Ya and our designers super talented young. So we're really excited for what it's GonNa look like. Yes Oh we have a few few ideas in. We think you'd be really fun for everyone. So yeah we're current plan right now in hopes of being able to support our group support. Our artists are hardworking crew For any future projects. So that that's kind of my overarching question for you is for artists like yourself. Doing these music video parodies. What is the long game like? What is there even a long game? I it back when when I was like a young adult. There's a guy we're weird Al Yankovic okay. And he was kind of the first out of the gate to do parodies of all the popular songs of Eight. And he's made he's still doing it right. He East made a whole career but that was before youtube does for the Internet. There's there's a lot of people doing covers not just parodies right so in the parody genre. What kind of examples have you seen like if you could hit it like that? That's what you want or you just kinda cover. Not Your own space. I'm kind of you know we never. It's funny because we never really thought we'd get this far when we first started. We weren't really. We didn't have a master plan to become parody artists or anything of that nature. We just wanted to put out something. That was fun and entertaining something that we could all enjoy but also make people laugh at but in examples of parody artists that like at least I'm reflecting upon now. I definitely listen to weird Al when I was younger my yes. Yes and my. I think my parents showed me that but then you know young when I was younger. I would watch like Venetian princess. Who was on Youtube? She made parodies all the time. I think she made like a parody of Mike miley Cyrus songs And I'm trying to think but I would see that kind of content but I would laugh at it but I never really thought anything. Yeah I never really really thought about that I did stuff like this similar in high school or if there was like a project I would use a song and then like me lyrics matched whatever subjects are onto a little bit of background in doing that. Yeah I guess so. I didn't really think about that until recently this crazy never done this before and then I thought about it. I did do this in high school but like school projects. Nothing like this. This big. No one from high school surprised actually very quiet and probably maybe someone crosses the wait is that is that. Jenny is but no for a now. Our Future like we do have another parody coming out just to kind of stick with a theme but we do hope to branch into more original music. That's what Morgan I've talked about. Because he strongly believes in me he he strongly wants to start like having US create music together. Because we work very well together and What we're hoping to do in regards to These next couple of videos that were dropping is start..
"ly" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Is just following in Your Footsteps Dad. Oh no he has a lot to say about surprising. Okay okay so let's get into this new music video parody. Okay so who wants to? Who wants to tell us the initial idea? Where did it come from? And what's it all about? It actually started with breeze so after seven meets released we were like. What are we going to do now? And I lasted for the entire summer Because it released. I believe in April eating a lot of encouragement. Like what's next. What's next we were getting a lot of these questions? And honestly because seven means was such a spontaneous project that came out of nowhere and we all never worked together before we were like well. That's a great question. We don't really know what we're going to do next so there was master plan. No no no master. They were There's a lot of pressure because I had started before for me to come up with something new and Morgan. I had been working on something all summer. We are weather later but we we were working on the all summer and then you know we were not really sure where to take it. And then he came in and the song. Don't call me Angel By `Grande Lana del Rey and Miley Cyrus Actually came out to promote the Charlie's angels movie that's coming up next month So when that came out she had reached out to the group again and started individually reaching out to everyone in motivating them. We can do this like this is going to be great. Like how the teams back together we can. You know this is I think yes. Yeah the team was that great you know and it was something like that doesn't happen. Where a bunch of young adults who don't know each other come together to create something and be able to work perfectly together like that was insanely magical for me so as soon as something dropped and it seemed like it was like a good time ahead of Johnny and was like hey we should do this and when she said yeah that's when I started contacting people and it just like have flowing and it was a lot harder this time. 'cause we were insanely lucky. The first time around but I think that's what makes this one so so much more worth it. So what made it harder? This time people actually want to get paid.
"ly" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Not often that you can watch a video on youtube and then a few months later have the people who are in the video sitting right here in your home studio. It is a really wonderful to bring Jenny Lee and really to the home studio here for the Pike as welcome ladies. Thank you so much for having us. Well we're GONNA talk about this new music video that's releasing next week and thank you for letting us be a part of kind of advertising promoting it but before we get to that. I think there's a lot of folks out there that don't even know what this music video parody were all this and so I want to back up to last year. There is an artist. A name Arianna Guerande. And she came out with a song. Seven rings but there was a tattoo involved in this whole thing. That kind of sparked your idea Jenny for doing the parody. So we'll start there so so fill in the blanks. What what was this blow up about the little tattoo that Arianna grinding. Who's a big big shot star right? I looked it up and she has six hundred forty five million views on her seven rings video but people were focusing on your Tattoo. So talk about that. Ironically we actually came up with this idea. I think maybe a week before the tattoos came. Yes so that's the irony because it does relate to it We're this actually started I heard seven rings A big fan of Arianna Guerande And I would very much love this song and I was Out One night and I was hungry and thinking about green. Barbecue is also a big fan of Korean barbecue man so I was thinking about it and was like you know it'd be really funny if there was a parody of seven rings but about the Korean Barbecue and my thinking was like Oh like each type of meat could be like one of the seven meets are something like that and so I just recently become a part of Asian creative network ACN Which is what you mentioned earlier. A group that had formed from subtle each traits and now as a huge network of a lot of different creatives in the Asian demographic and so I posted their jokingly and it actually started gaining traction And then once. We started collecting a group to commit to making this video We actually came across the Tattoo News and to us it was a sign it was like. Oh we were like how office exactly it was crazy. 'cause we were. We were just talking about Korean barbecue and you know. Her Tattoo came out says small charcoal grill right. And what did she intended to me? She meant it to seven rings but by short four yes exactly so it makes sense but by shortening the actual phrase it ended up meaning something entirely different and so end up being. You know something pretty funny that motivated. Us throughout the project. Because like this to happen. This was a sign. If this isn't assigned that I don't know what is no backing way up. Subtle Asian trades. It's a it's a facebook group. It's not a private thing and it's like blown up. There's a bazillion members on there. But it wasn't really designed from outset for Creative Asians. There's less stem agents out there right and somehow join did I. You know I didn't know what was going on so so talk about how even ECN Jumped out as a sub tribe of subtle Asian traits. How did that happen so I think you know the biggest thing about settled Asian traits when I was added to. I had no idea what was going on. Some some of my Asian friends added me and I was like. Oh I relate to a few of these things and so I think the reason why it emerges because we we all are trying to find common ground and it's not very common for us to have a lot of creative space in our community because it's very It advocated for us to be working in stem fields. A Computer Science and A stereotypical as it is. You know that is what our families do push work because it is successful But there's there's this group that emerged because we long to connect with others. I felt the same way came from space. That was more creative in so Han actually created the group and I had a friend of mine I known prior to any of that at me and it was a surprise but it was so refreshing to see a lot of artists. Come together and start off with everyone. Posting like Hi. I'm so and so here's my art and it was very nice to see that and feel like I kind of belonged in this community. That wasn't very promoted in our culture. Was that a similar story for you. Know is completely different. Me COMING ACROSS JANIS. Post was completely coincidental. I rarely go on. Acn And my friend actually commented on your post. And I don't think I told you this but that's how I came across like your list of who you need and that's one idea mdu but I would have never seen it with. My friend. Didn't comment on your post so before home.
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"ly" Discussed on Cinemavino
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If I were to give you you've lived several years of life right now and I feel like you wash a lot of movies and I feel like you've got a lot of a lot of clout under your belt. Come on fire giving you an over under how many wife beaters were using some go. The one I I cannot express it went through so many different color changes. It started off white grey it then went round and then it went green at the end of its life and then he went full on shirtless and I if White Beers you you know. Nobody uniformly changes color of their shirts. There's no matter of sweat dust dirt that you can get on your shirt or it can change a white t shirt into a green t-shirt within a matter of hours i. It's like he literally went into like a camera store and pulled out like a different color wife-beater for each shot. It had to have been at least six. I WANNA says six wife beaters will start to finish. And you know Bruce will gradually turns he goes from like being reasonably like put together somewhat sweaty at the end of it. He's a ground chuck by the end of it. He is straight up. Return of the Jedi. Green Yeah ooh yeah. That's one part I do like about this is that he gets raiders. The Lost Ark fucked up whenever you see that. Or and also is no raiders. Where he's like sitting there checking out like all the fucking damage has been done to him? he's like I hurt. My back is not right. He's taking like a full inventory and they do that greatly in this movie where he's like poem those shards of glass out of the show. He was like this was not a fun time verbal. What's cool is that look like in this film normally the The protagonists and antagonists don't meet each other until the very the end and it's very little interaction other than fighting or something and then resolution in this when you got clay bill. Clay Play Bill Clinton to meet each other and also they get to a size each other up and then in that part Alan Rickman and it's like Oh. He does not have shoes shoes and they can't get to them so they he actually makes smart choice. He's like most fucked up. Should glass. What you said shootout glass who? I like how. The German guy doesn't understand German and eventually speak English. He yeah why are they. Don't speaking German do the whole time the whole all time. Do you have a tax advantage of everyone speaking German. Except for the guy you're fighting against also I I'm a big fan again of him getting fucked up and then not doc to scenes later being like Oh yes my feet are just fine now. I'll just run fine from the rest of the movie. He pulls his green t shirt off mhm any ties it around his feet they give you. I don't know I do not know. He's trying to slam into the window after jumping off the Goddamn roof with the the fire. Hose skill sugar. You Know Kim slamming and all that blood gun an as an anchor while he uses the strap to the gun to jump to the vent. That's how his shirt dirty. Okay one one. That is a stretch. Okay we'll give him that one his shirk. Its dirty to later on. He uses the fire ear hose. which happens to be the exact footage to get down to the floor that he needs to be on that and it gets him there? His his shirt is now green for some reason and he gets there those are two very large improbable situations each one on a one by one situation. It's like okay. Speaking of two of unprovable two of them bullshit improbable situation a the breasts in the movie so as soon as they start shooting and they run into one of the offices one of these gals has like her Arm still through a sleeve. Now that took me out of the meal that sleep should be fully off. He was it was obstructing. Some of the breast is is leaving the room. He was just starting this now. This thing second part. There is a static stationary boob on the wall of the owner calendar. So you get to see it and you're like but what was great. They came back to it. Yeah that's I remember. where he it was? Yeah and there's a great knowledgeable in the soundtrack of like guitar and like flipped.
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"You're blowing through all these checkpoints. Is Anyone in the van saying darth. Maybe you should stop not not really. We didn't speak. We'll just kind of silent trust in your discretion. They yes but my life was a nervous wreck the Jewish. She was praying because they were they were pointed that AK47 in my head. When I pass them the first rush soldiers was no more than three feet away from from the van when the lease got to Phnom Penh? They found Cambodia's capital city and chaos amidst all the tanks in the people fleeing and the houses were boning and when we got to the airport. When I got to to the gates there was like a a soldier? Standing there with his AK forty seven on his chest and his de me and he was shaking his head and said. Don't you come in. But I just slowly with my van pressing him against the fend eventually eventually stepped aside and then open the gate and we drove into the compound at the airport and We talked to other people and they said the embassy was thinking about charter. A plane to come and get the rest of the people. The journalists captured video ex pats on the airport tarmac trying to get out of Cambodia. North Nova sleep just waited there well at the same time. Looking into the tower of the airport was burning and then he was able to land the plane that the US embassy had chartered a plane from Thailand. And eventually we just got on the plane and we packed that plane standing room only about twenty minutes later when the pilot came on the the the PA system system and announced that folks we now have cleared. Cambodian airspace. Well the people just erupted in up law and then we eventually intially got to Thailand a few weeks later what escalated so quickly was all over darth left Thailand and return to Cambodia. mm-hmm you go back to this orphanage. There are people there who thought they were saying goodbye to you possibly forever. What was their reaction when you you walk back in the door? Oh it was a shock for them to see coming back. They didn't believe us when we told them that we were gonNA come back and so it. It was a shock as soon as I walked into the gate and just go to the mob of the children just came in and embrace me and they all start to cry. Why do you still keep in touch with any of the kids who came to that orphanage? Oh yeah a number of the kids and right now. In in the country of Cambodia we have about a little bit over one hundred pastors and about half of the former offense and and so many of them have come to the Bible school and would train and right now Passan some of our strongest churches.
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"Tom Murray mission's Pastor Creek Assembly of God welcome to messengers reports from people who bring the message of hope around the world in this report. Missionary darth leave in Cambodia. Southeast Asia the minivan in a military coup darkly survived. I A horrific childhood. He was separated from his family and forced into a boys. Labor camp during Cambodia's Khmer Rouge genocide in the late nineteen seventies ladies. The boys in the Labor camp ranged in age from seven to eleven darth watched most of them die from torture. Starvation exhaustion eastern and disease against the odds darth survived four years of captivity and cut out of Cambodia and was sent to the US as a refugee orphan. A Christian woman in Minnesota took darth into her home and she took him to church. Darth gave his life to Christ as a teenager and eventually he he no longer had nightmares about his childhood. Darth went to North Central University in Minneapolis. And there he met his wife Tita she was also from Cambodia and also survived the genocide with peace restored in Cambodia. There's an open door for Christian workers to enter the country. DARTH and his wife agreed to go back this time as missionaries with their first assignment. Running an orphanage so the orphanage at that point Had about two hundred thirty or so children and the children are in terms of their ages are varies from babies. All the way up to fourteen. Sixteen your kids. They were brought to us because their parents that died Or they were left orphans and living with some other relatives and so these children dependent on us. The lease had only been back in Cambodia for about a year when political tensions mounted there was a coup do one political party violently seized power from the other. I'm we we received a phone call from the. US Embassy. They were telling us that the fighting had broken out and that we need to To leave the country we you thought. Okay what are we going to do. they told us to lead the country but they fail to to tell us how we can leave the country and so we decided to drive to the Capitol City. We didn't know how long we're going to be God and so we said good goodbyes. Due to the children of course it was quite emotional because the children thought that we were banning them and they were crying and the staff of pride To attempt to get out of Cambodia. Painful goodbyes the orphanage. Heeding the warnings from the US embassy. Darth Tita lead their young daughter. Set off for Cambodia's capital city and get this road worn minivan. That's right the military. Has the roads shut down. Here comes the missionary family and their minivan because of the fighting will the government decided to set up checkpoints to prevent troop movements and make sure that the the opposition party would not transported and weapons and all that stuff average people average citizens were not allowed to be on the road while people were too scared to to to be on the road anyway but we decided that was the only way we could get out and so we left the orphanage and when I got to the first checkpoint and I thought to myself and I said okay. What am I going to do as approach the first checkpoint? There was a group of soldiers manning the checkpoint ED and They were you know sitting on the side of the road. Smoking and I thought okay Should I should. I not stop and I pray. Master Lord Lord. Please help me and in the midst of that the Holy Spirit spoke to my hard to needs that. Don't stop and so I said okay if I'm you you know if I'm not gonNA stop they gotta shoot at us and so when I get close To to these soldiers they got up and they I was surprised to see that there was a vehicle approaching them because they didn't think anybody would be travelling at during this time fighting. And so they got off and they they emotion with the AK forty seven For me to pull to the side and so I slow down enough to make them think that I was going to stop nope and as they walked to be and head the AK47 ed The window and pointing at my head. I close my eyes and I just fraud that. Speak the light van. I was in Mitsubishi's van it was. It was a used van and so it seems seems like it takes a while for that. Then get going after the gas pedal.
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"To be the best press conference we've ever seen in the history of press conference, you could stop a couple of notches below that most shocking thing and the history of shonky, things Jake rooted. Maybe that's true. That's true. Actually, that's true. Do you question. If these Russian fishing crew hit the jackpot question. I've been waiting for all of my life. Yes. Is there jackpot at the end of whatever this Russian fishing crew is doing? Looks like a bag of jackpot. What's in there? What is is something going to come out of there something still alive in there that are dangerous? I'm nervous too this jackpot. We're still jackpot. That is. Yeah, that's a lot of fish right there. What is that? No. What is that? See lying. It's a sea lion. It was just the kids like, oh, that is. Evan. See lion. Surrounded by cool that caught fish. Fishermen who hit the jackpot, which one boy on get hit in the face by the fish. One last burst before headed to the frying pan. I'm playing again. Really wishes. He was good that goal. See own on. Have you ever picked up a golf club? Yeah. Three or four times in my lifetime. How'd you do kid swinging? I'm missing. Don't be very good. You tell us what's on television. Tonight, we'll say where intriguing. Tomorrow at five thirty AM on Sky Sports, the World Cup of cricket the West Indies verse Pakistan. Big money on that in. That is the name of the game. What is the game? And what is the name? I don't know why that cliche doesn't apply here. What do we have here? Oh man. Okay. Here we go. We've got a celebration here. Yes. That, oh, it is an insurer of some sort. It's also the turf being impregnated by number twenty six as he celebrates his triumph. Okay to God's intrigue. Always looking for something to watch sports wise at five thirty in the morning show. Watch that some the turf bumpier you and tree. Those sees. But that these my favorite cricket you have. This is that. Around. That is a different. We go from the guy who impregnated turn. Never impregnate anyone ever again. That's we'll have to that thing if a wash how was that for an NBA finals preview right there? The cricket guy gets mad. Hey guys, the blues wing. We cover. Koper hopping on game..
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"He uses some unusual ingredients. Yes or no? Hell no, no, we're not. We're not taking his cooking. We go on there for show, which ought to be good team as and help them out with his show. But I'm not sure I would I would take his his cooking on any any given Sunday. Is it because of the ingredients or is it because of what you've heard is that the smell what is it? Well, first of all, I don't know if he's anything that people actually eat in real life, like with size crickets, and hearts and brains. And then you go to his house is all he does is put some pepperoni any ex- leg. He's legged seasoning in these push the same. I'll tell you, if you go back and watches YouTube series, put the same ingredients on every single thing. Spring is a little salt and pepper on there and caused a day. Can you give us a story about Drake that people might not have heard the phantom of Drake around your basketball team? Drake story. Now, I will say this though. So there's this in our locker room. There's this big Toronto Raptors logo on the floor and we cover it. When media and stuff comes in, and then we uncover it when there's nobody else in there and, and it's kind of like forbidden to walk across the logo, like white and red nice logo on the floor, and as you know, Drake comes in our locker room. Sometimes I remember like a few times when he first started coming in. He just walked right over walk right over it. And everybody kinda just stopped the whole room just kind of stopped and looked. And you know, that was that was a moment where we kinda, you know. All right. This is what we do and, and ever since then he's not the only person to have done that. But that's something that sticks up. Question broadcast, prompting land their hotel south beach Miami time to play the game, these thinking about the data he's worked rope. Do you question you give us events week questions still wearing undershirt? It's from the eighties. I'm not making that up Monning send him new ones. He won't wear them. Do you question if Jay grew in his brother's best interest in mind, okay, Jay Gruden is in Washington. His more interesting brother is signing every delinquent, the NFL has ever at that would be a better team to have on hard knocks. But what does Jay have to say about his team being on hard, knocks Jade is a lot of speculation about the hard knocks program, featuring the Redskins as somebody who's been through it with the Bengals which welcome is something you wouldn't want to happen. Well, that's not me. So if we're forced to do it, then, obviously, we'll have to make it work and. The process that can be distracting time. But really, they do an excellent job as far as keeping your business. So wouldn't be the end of the world. I think our guys would probably have fun with it at the other day. But initially be a distraction, so to speak. But I think really if they were smart, they would go to Oakland. I mean seriously. I mean, what an entertainment value, that would be Tony Brown. Jon Gruden Paul. Guenther Montas Bor. I mean incognito has got to be crazy not to go to Oakland. Do next year. Maybe not as you make the playoffs the playoffs I probably won't be here. Anyways. Come here doing all they want. That is the best press conference any Gruden has ever given in Israel press conferences. In fact, any coats that was so funny. Dan, brother is never looking out for his brother's best interest brothers always trying to needle is brother. Why does everything have to be something that is the best in the history of anything anytime? He sees it. How is that possible, constantly railing, get set of coaches and say, nothing president?.
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"I mean, the guy is everywhere. Listen, Anthony Davis. This is simple. He controls the outcome. He has one remaining on the contract. He controls whether he wants to stay or he wants to leave. And I've said this, a million times LeBron James and his team, the most calculated athlete in the history of sports. They know exactly what they're doing when they're doing. Every step of the way every place. They've been and Anthony Davis is going to be an LA Laker. Why because LeBron wants the Laker because LeBron runs that agency because Anthony Davis wants to be LA Lakers enough. The Glenn sparked on this earth to get for hitting team under the helmet with change up the change kind of changes the answer to this question. But Tim Anderson is an exciting young baseball player ale player of the month last month says the sport is boring doesn't follow baseball because he wants to bring this kind of swag to the game when he does this against the royals he says he does not like the royals flatly, and then he does that he watches it. And he does the bad flip, joys it and you know, how baseball is no fun. And it's being policed by a bunch of people who are playing for the Kansas City Royals. And so what ends up happening the next time Anderson faces them after that this ends up happening right here. And then yeah, then the benches end up clearing because that's the way that always goes in that sport. And so this is literally the first time that Tim Anderson seeing the Royal since that and this happens. That was an under the action and change out. And I, I know I know it shouldn't happen for change. But when it's this guy under these conditions and hit him in the helmet. Don't mind airing on the side of caution there, you don't want that stuff escalating. They hit him in the head accident or not. I understand getting him out of the game. You look at the hand and sell it for you day. Hey, you really sold that thing I listed in ever rule. I had many rules, right? Here's another rule that I have if it doesn't go ninety miles per hour. You can't get thrown out of a baseball game. But that's the problem with the unwritten rules of baseball. All this stuff goes back, so long. So there's history here. So when you have all that history, here's the problem. Even when you do something unintentionally, with an eighty six mile per hour jail, what ends up happening. You get thrown out of a game. I don't blame them though, because they've had too much of this, and that sport. This guy is valuable sport. This guy's attitude is valuable to that sport. He does not like the royals and you need to get this stuff to stop from escalating. And I don't think this is ever going to end because there's an AMT of the game after getting hit by an eighty six mph changeup said this forever be forever. Be. Be on tell you before ever. That's what I'd be looking for all these. I kind of. I'm very good ground beef. You let me know. Thanks. Wow. Coming up next on myself show, red vanfleet, what right over, and everybody kinda just stopped the whole room just kind of stopped and looked. And you know, that was that was a moment where we kind of, you know, all right? This is what we do. Yanni. No sunday. She today, Fred family. Oh, he's got something important going on tonight. The biggest game in Canada's history basketball game. I should say we go deep with the raptors guard ahead of game. One tonight let's do it. Fred, the dream is behind you arrived at the place she wanted to arrive at, but along the path undrafted summer league for the raptors. When did you feel like you were furthest away from this? Of man had to say just as a kid, man, you know, just growing up wanting to just make it to the NBA wanna just make it to college, one to kind of get away from from why was and, and my first goal is to get a scholarship. So I think way back to those moments when I was in driveway playing with my brothers and, and it seems so far so far removed from for why now but with those moments I was led me up to his your stepfather police officer. He wasn't going to tolerate a whole lot of foolishness. Right. Correct. Yeah. He didn't play. And so how did that play out? Can you give us an example.
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"To be here. I'll tell you one thing Thursday, half a guy there that this going to make big. I do now and he's going to Kuwait is going to be back is going to pass qualities today. He's gone to we out for that one guy that Iraq that, that read Thursday have. The warriors have an answer for this. My guy well said poppy, there was a big prints in there somewhere. What if they go for the rabies Jacksonville's, less of the ravens owner, Steve shoddy, we have not heard from him publicly and more than a years since he was thinking about topper, Nick? And he's like, pray for us and anyone into seclusion. And now he comes out of seclusion. And he says, look Lamar Jackson is not going to be running twenty times a game anymore. Lamar Jackson himself said he was surprised to arrive at camp and be told look this whole offense is different. Get used to it. They have to turn him into somebody who's not going to be running around all the time that kind of physically frail, even though he's the best athlete on any field. He steps on. It's not sustainable. Baltimore was just improvising. As they transition from flacco to this guy. And now as shoddy says they are going to build around his strengths and see if he can improve his weaknesses, one of which has been pocket passing one of which has been completion percentage when he run so much because he hasn't proven to be a great passer, but he can grow into it because he's still young. Dan? They want six of seven. The more jazz took over last year as quarterback. They did that on the heels of him running the football running it often they were great. They won the AFC north for the first is it's two thousand thirteen. I'll remind you because I don't think remember just how bad a passer. Lamar Jackson is in the playoff game against the chargers in which they were down twenty one. The three I believe the more Jackson went to entire hours without completing past. Yes, they have to fix that obviously, however, they fix it. You're only gonna get so much growth from that quarterback. That's a good organization building around it. But we all know what the weaknesses and so does every defensive playing against them if they want to pass. What did they read the flack home point my mother? That's right. Oh, would you like to have seen Jose Falko in the offense? That Lamar Jackson was running year. Would you enjoy to watch that Joe flacco? I used price Uni brow doesn't seem to be bending all the pelicans got briefly hopeful yesterday when they heard Anthony Davis was willing to sit down with David Griffin over breakfast and talk things out. Unfortunately, brought someone with him who's problematic. Rich, Paul, who's trying to keep the business of LeBron James. And so what happens here is Anthony Davis, takes a meeting to be polite, but he can't go back. There doesn't want to go back there. And all of this seems preordained by the marketing agency, that is LeBron James, and all of his people if Rich Paul is at that meeting. The pelicans don't have a chance to get Anthony Davis back to New Orleans rich balls in every meeting. Does it?.
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"So that ability to help surgeon make that decision could really change the outcome for the patients, and as you said is extremely important. The very clear example, you definitely don't wanna take unnecessary normal tissue. But there's several other organs that if you removed too much really impacts volley of life. So if we can help surges make better this. Regions in real time. I think that could really change the outcome for patients. Absolutely it. Of course, the second half of that is that you said that there's this specificity now a surgeon first of all a very good trained surgeon might be able to see the difference between cancer tissue in non cancer tissue. But even difficult beyond that, they're not going to know what type of cancer necessarily. They're not going to know any of the molecular qualities of the cancer. But if there is a tumor that's in a really tricky place that it's dangerous to remove but you find out. Hey, this tumor has a molecular marker that makes it very targeted with very good treatments. Chemotherapies that won't destroy the healthy tissue around them. Because it only targets this molecular marker that's a real boon for a patient and to be able to find that out is is amazing. And usually that requires invasive biopsies. Yeah, that's true. In the reality of it is that in clinical practice today. You're always going to majority of the time you're gonna use that extracted tissue right to do further testing so post operative ly-, the margins will be checked by the standard clinical care, slow note, the margins were clear, not you'll know the subtype of the cancer. They may Ren genetic testing to know more information, but if you are able to have that decision before that for Asian four surgeries completed it can change it can change the course of the surgery in may be that, you know, if the tumor is invading area of the tissue. But then you know, that it's a cancer type. It's not as you know, the prognosis is not as bad than you may change how the surgeon decides to remove tissue or not so. Yeah. I think the ability to have the of information and you'll time it's kinda still mind blowing to me for my experience in the OR interactions with certain so on we'd be something very interesting and important for them as well. So cool. You know, I think that we often don't think of the scientific process as being one of technology development. I think in our minds, we think science and technology is being two separate buckets. And perhaps it's because that's how the media has sort of sliced, and diced artificially the way that we talk about these stories, but of course, in order to do good science and even do good clinical work. We have to have the appropriate technology, and it's really cool to see that as a chemist as somebody who's been studying these processes for so long, you saw problem and said, maybe we can build something that can solve this problem..
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"Talk about politics all over the country but were informed by our position in the midwest in so so that's really cool i think to to learn more about indiana history we're finding as were looking at different parts of the country for these state episodes that there are location specific podcast all over the place and so i think that's really neat especially something that statewide and some people all over indiana can learn more about their history and we're we're really trying to look at history at pacific ly indiana history and a in a way that makes people rethink what they bought they knew about indiana history i think a lot of times the midwest and generalists often therio type is being very conservative and while generally true we we've got some tricks heading up our flavor well though where we're trying to highlight some of the some of the stereo type breaking things in our history so why don't we talk a little bit about that stereotype i think that a lot of people assume maybe that indiana is super conservative and his always super conservative forever is that the case either of those things are they true speaking of a right now we are fairly conservative if you look at our government was they government and local governments were fairly conservative with pockets of of progressive areas but historically it's kind of gone back and forth samuel ralph than our twenty eighth governor really good some mation of indiana history he said that indiana overall or politics are conservatively progressive so that kind of wishy washy but but it's a really good way to sum up indiana we're always moving forward but we're not doing those radically we're not always on the radical cutting edge of things but we're definitely always moving forward and there are always those people in indiana who are on the more radical side of things that kind of fits the midwest in general at least the way.