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CVS, Walmart and Walgreens are responsible for role in opioid crisis, jury finds

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

CVS, Walmart and Walgreens are responsible for role in opioid crisis, jury finds

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a jury holds three pharmacy chains responsible for their role in the opioid crisis a federal jury has returned a verdict against CVS Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies saying the recklessly distributed massive amounts of pain pills fueling the opioid crisis into Ohio counties in the lawsuit lake and Trumbull county's blamed the three chain pharmacies for not cutting off the flood of pills that caused hundreds of overdose deaths and cost each of the county's about one billion dollars according to their attorney damages

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Black Americans see biased system in Rittenhouse verdict

AP News Radio

01:07 min | Last week

Black Americans see biased system in Rittenhouse verdict

"The defense is celebrating its win in the acquittal of eighteen year old Kyle Rittenhouse but there have been mixed reactions to the verdict in Kenosha Wisconsin well written houses supporters were outside the courthouse cheering after the team was declared not guilty in two killings and the wounding of a third racial justice protester Brian Lesko was there from Los Angeles but the Reverend Jesse Jackson said it sends a signal it's open season on human rights demonstrators carrion Swarts boyfriend Joseph Rosen bomb was one of those killed and one person's life for two persons lives a matter that none of our lives matter is heard and W. I. S. N. T. V. there were comparisons to the treatment of Jacob lake a black man shot and paralyzed by police and Rittenhouse president Biden said he along with many Americans are feeling angry and concerned but I stand by what the jury has concluded former president trump congratulated Rittenhouse calling it a case of self defense I'm Jackie Quinn

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Federal Investigators Launch Civil Rights Probe Into Southlake, Texas Schools

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last week

Federal Investigators Launch Civil Rights Probe Into Southlake, Texas Schools

"I want to pivot here to a story that is, it's really, it's a massive story. It's out of southlake, Texas, federal investigators, this per NBC News launched civil rights probe into southlake, Texas schools. Now you will remember that south Lake became one of the hotbeds in this CRT school board battle that has been raging across the country with concerned parents. Now yesterday Charlie did an amazing job covering memo gate as we are thus dubbing it. Where it is now become clear that despite Merrick Garland's claims that there was no FBI, you know, surveilling of parents, that is indeed the case, a whistleblower has come forth. Some of our favorite representatives like Jim Jordan out of Ohio have been leading on this issue, actually, we have Jim Jordan's going to be joining the show here soon for a long form discussion here shortly. It's also got a great book out, recommend everybody checking it out. So Jim Jordan's been out front on memo gate. Now, we find out that there's something brewing. And I don't love the direction. There's two simultaneous concurrent streams that are running counter to what we all thought we learned after Virginia. After even New Jersey was too close to call an election night. After Republicans swept races all across the country. Even in Seattle. What were the messages? That we thought we learned? Well, that CRT is dumb, and that parents don't like it, and that it's a losing issue for Democrats. And that Republicans get rewarded when they fight things like CRT. When they don't take a neutral stance in the public square, but fight it with everything they've got and they say, listen, I'm going to exercise state power and not cop out on some, you know, we believe in small government, which we do, but these are not mutually exclusive things. The government as constituted in the United States of America is designed fundamentally to protect the rights of its citizens. And to predict the right to protect the rights of parents. And what conservatives too often do is they hide behind that as a excuse to do nothing

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Judge in Rittenhouse Case Criticized Following ‘Asian Food’ Comments

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Judge in Rittenhouse Case Criticized Following ‘Asian Food’ Comments

"The judge in the Kyle rittenhouse case. Ordered Asian food in. I don't know for the jury for I don't know for whom, for himself. And made the following comment, you will now hear it from the judge. So this is now being played on CNN. The judge presiding over KAR rittenhouse's homicidal homicide trial made a strange and offensive joke inside the courtroom today. I want you to listen to what judge Bruce Schroeder said as the court was preparing to take a lunch break. Let's hope for one o'clock. I don't know if the Asian food isn't coming. It's on his not one of those boats and Long Beach harbor. So he appears to be referring to the supply chain backlogs caused by congestion problems in California ports. But his comments were offensive and perceived as anti Asian by some. And as placing blame on Asian people for a catastrophic event happening in this country. John Yang, the president and executive director of Asian Americans advancing justice told CNN that the joke and I quote here, harms our community and puts us in the crosshairs of microaggressions as well as actual physical violence. That's CNN as my producer just said. Where did they find us the Asian action association for justice or something? You see how they lie? I don't lying. Is not an issue to the left. The judge ordered Asian food, and made a crack, I hope it's not being delayed. In the Lake. How is that possibly anti Asian?

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EXPLAINER: Did Rittenhouse lawyers do enough to prevail?

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

EXPLAINER: Did Rittenhouse lawyers do enough to prevail?

"Jurors deciding the fate of Carl Rittenhouse who killed two men and wounded another during a police brutality protest will be allowed to consider lesser charges that's what the judge said Friday of jurors up to work with him on some of the original counts Rittenhouse sobbed as he testified that he acted in self defense saying he feared for his life last year during a night of unrest in Kenosha Wisconsin following the shooting death by police of Jacob lake a black man Rittenhouse is white so were his victims prosecutors paint him as a vigilante who came to the protest from out of state with the rifle to provoke a response jurors are expected to begin deliberating Monday after closing arguments I'm Julie Walker

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Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

"The defense has rested its case at the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the judge agreed to jury instructions and closing arguments could be held Monday in a Wisconsin murder case that has stirred fears debate prosecutors have sought to portray Kyle Rittenhouse as remorseless an instigator and a vigilante the eighteen year old said his intent was to protect property and render aid when he brought in a R. style rifle in his life guard medical kit to the streets of Kenosha Wisconsin during destructive protests over the police shooting of Jacob lake that August night in twenty twenty Rittenhouse took the stand Wednesday to say he was defending himself from attack and had no choice when he used his rifle I did what I had to do to stop the person who is attacking me his account has been largely corroborated by evidence and the prosecution's own witnesses Rittenhouse said that Joseph Rosenbaum cornered him and put his hand on the barrel of his rifle the second man hit with a skateboard and the third band came out him with a gun of his own he faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison if convicted of the most serious charges which include first degree homicide and reckless endangering try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Rittenhouse juror dismissed after joke about Blake shooting

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rittenhouse juror dismissed after joke about Blake shooting

"A juror has been dismissed from crowd Rittenhouse as murder trial in Kenosha Wisconsin Kenosha county circuit judge Bruce Schroeder dismissed juror number seven it is clear that the appearance of bias is present after the man admitted he told a joke about the police shooting of Jacob lake to a court security officer at the very most it was a really bad judgment to tell a joke of that nature the juror said he didn't want to repeat the joke but told the judge she didn't think it had anything to do with the case Kyle Rittenhouse killed two people and injured a third during August twenty twenty protest against police brutality that started after a police officer shot Jacob lake in the back like he'd been fighting with officers and had a nice county prosecutor later declined to charge police try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | Last month

Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

"Joe Kent welcome to America first. Tell us your story first. We were going to discuss your epic decision to serve the nation again this time out of uniform, but tell us a little bit about your life history. What you decided to do at the age of 18 and what you've done in uniform for this nation. Absolutely so pretty much as far back as I can remember, I wanted to serve the country abroad, fighting our nation's wars. I came in just before 9 11. I was really inspired by the rangers in the 1993 Black Hawk down incident. So talking to the army recruiters and you got a ranger contract ready to high school, work my way into ranger regiment. I started my career there. And then my way into special forces. So green berets as most people know them. Actually, it was in special forces selection one 9 11 happens. So God done with the special forces qualifications course, immediately went to 5th special forces group and spent pretty much the next two decades at war. So winter combat 11 times for this country, greatest honor of my life. Retired the 20 year mark because I wanted to be able to stay in the fight operational retired on a Friday and then swore in as a paramilitary operations officer at the CIA on a Monday intended to make that my second career. I felt it was my nation's calling to serve this country overseas fighting war. But my time was cut short tragically because my late wife, Shannon Kent, who was also a special operator, a navy cryptologist and Arabic linguist who had joined the military right after 9 11. She was killed fighting ISIS in Syria in 2019. She was killed about a month after president Trump attempted to fulfill the will of the American people and get us out of our endless war. She was part of the final push to destroy the territory territorial caliphate. Once that happened, Trump attempted to get our troops out as he promised. And that's when the deep state essentially turned against him Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats, committed bureaucratic slow role, went to the media, their end result was that my wife and the element that she was worth a special operator she was with ended up staying in Syria, a month later her and three other great Americans are tragically killed by suicide bomber and managed Syria. So I decided that that moment that I had to resign from putting myself in physical danger to take care of our two young children, move back here to the Pacific Northwest, had a little bit of an opportunity to meet president Trump and really tell him that his America first foreign policy was actually giving it right. I served under Clinton, I served under Bush served under Obama and we remained in this state of continuous war and without making any gains really just for the benefit of the military industrial complex until president Trump came on the scenes and gave us the authorities and then really the ability to go out and crush the enemy decisively, but not getting any

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Moving From California to Arizona? Fine. But Leave Your Policies Behind

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Moving From California to Arizona? Fine. But Leave Your Policies Behind

"You look at what's happening in California, all the people who are escaping, bringing their politics with them. People are saying that areas are not going to say blue because the only color for the Democrats is deep socialist red. So what talk to us about the dangers of a Democrat takeover in Arizona? How you're going to stop it and what your vision is for that great, great state, Cary. It is scary because we have seen so many people. I guess they're living in exile. They've left California because leftist policies over the last several decades have driven California, turned it into a hellscape to be honest. There's homeless encampments everywhere. The taxes are sky high. People are still being forced to mask up. It's horrible. So they're leaving in droves coming to Arizona looking for a free state. The problem is, we want to remain Arizona. We love our western heritage, our wild west heritage our native heritage and what makes us special. We don't want to morph into a big suburb of California. And we don't want the leftist policies that turned to California into the hellscape that it is seeping into Arizona. And we're starting to see that happen. So people are now rising up realizing it's happening quickly. California are coming over here, driving our housing prices up. And we don't want that. We are a welcoming people in Arizona, but please come here and respect the fact that we are a western state. We love our freedom. We love our Second Amendment. We love everything that makes this country free and don't try to change us into the California or the Oregon or the Washington blue state that you just

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Arizona Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake Tells Us Why She's Running for Office

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Arizona Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake Tells Us Why She's Running for Office

"Welcome back to America first. Carrie Lake. It's so good to be here sub. I remember that day well. I remember walking across past the buffet table and thinking, I'm just going to introduce myself to a man who I admire greatly. And so to be sitting here with you all these months later, is such a treat. Thank you. Yeah, you went very sorry that day. Like, walk straight up to me and my wife broke into the conversation introduced yourself. And you made an impression, so we are delighted to have followed your Sterling advance in this campaign, especially in social media, guys. You got to follow this lady Carrie Lake with a Carrie Lake, especially on Instagram and especially, oh, I don't know the recent endorsements you have received. There are photographs of plenty of you with my old boss, president Trump. You sent me a very, very kind invitation next month for one wonderful event with the president of Mar-a-Lago, so Carrie. It's really must be a complete whirlwind for you. Tell us about how it is to campaign for this amazing opportunity. It is, I mean, I have to pinch myself because when I got into this, we announced we were running June 1st. And I'm just a mom really, I'm a mom, a former journalist. I'm the wife of a small business owner. And I thought is it possible for we the people to take back our government? Is it possible for citizen, a non politician who's not connected to the swamp to just announce their running for governor and make it happen? And we're finding out yes, it is. The people of Arizona are so ready for an outsider. They know me I've been in their homes for 27 years. So all along, I was just trying to get an and I remain this is my main goal is to get the endorsement of the people of

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Judge hopes to seat Kyle Rittenhouse jury within a day

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Judge hopes to seat Kyle Rittenhouse jury within a day

"Jury selection is beginning in the trial of a man accused of killing two people during a violent night of protests last year eighteen year old tile Rittenhouse and faces life in prison if he's convicted of first degree homicide one of several charges against him he's accused of shooting three people in Kenosha Wisconsin in August of last year during protests that broke out after a white police officer shot Jacob lake a black man the case has been polarizing Rittenhouse in his white as were the people you shot but many see this trial is the latest referendum on race in the American legal system I'm Mike Hampton

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"lake i" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:45 min | Last month

"lake i" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"They'd seemed like a happy group all smiles and a laughter. Mahdi langdon closer to inspect the mess before him. As he gazed at the tents filthy and collapsed canvas. He realized that that large swathes of it had been slashed open with a knife..

Observation

Bald and Blonde

04:38 min | Last month

Observation

"It is very helpful to observe. But now i would like to bring in very different aspect to observation and i think that is very healthy to acquire as skill. Let's say i'm observing someone who slowing temper tantrum or is lake traffic rage. And i'm sitting next to them on the passenger seat so now when i engaged in it emotionally meaning when my energy is in motion by either i feel embarrassed that my partner or my driver is throwing a fit on the road or i feel poorly about those people that i yelled at Or honked at or some visuals shown at some people get cramps in the middle fingers. So you know what i'm referring to end when we nevertheless become the observer and just observed. What's a surveillance. Camera would observe so a hassle. There's somebody driving. A car seeming the frustrated and responding towards their frustration into the open world quite verbally quite physically honking and soundly and then therefore when we only observe it then we do not get tangled up with it or tangled in with. I'm wishy here. i feel white. You're saying brush stepping back in observing way also step back from the russian yes so we don't get caught shopping which i believe that is very helpful. Yes because distance is very helpful. Because when i believe it is all about me then. My energy is in motion. And then i can be emotional. I'm not saying to become a rock and so no emotions at all but we let's invest wisely. So when i'm observing. Let's say to people are doing. And i am not the subject so i am not the subject matter in this case then i can just assume as if i was watching a movie on a screen or in the movie theater and i can put up my legs. And pop the popcorn and observe the show hopefully enjoy ably so and sometimes not so much. But now here's a very good point to this. When we are the observer then we have less tendency to get involved and also. We remain less judgmental. Why that's a good point when you and i sit in the movie theater. And we're watching the newest flick. That's just our in such amazing advertisement that we saw about it and teaser about it and a trailer and we saw people talk about it and now we're sitting in the movie theater and let's say one of us you are. I i volunteer. So i don't like the movie can happen because i'm very picky. Were comes to movies. I admit and then let's say i don't really enjoy the movie too. I kept up and scream and yell at the screen at dow. Do it wrong. No don't do that. Why would you do that. No i don't like you doing that stopping. No i would not do that. Because people probably would call nine one one and bringing me in some closed quarters so i'm sitting there and not taking it personally. I can still feel emotional about the story. That's going on the movie screen. Tv and that's okay. But i still don't take it personally. It may trigger nevertheless some of my emotional baggage that i'm so carrying with me. let's say you and i see a young mother on the tv screen. Single abandoned tortured hurt reactive disappointed victim. We may reflect on times of our lives each one of us individually and subjectively and then become emotional about that so may trigger staffing but we are observing it. and when. I'm aware that i'm observing it. Whatever it is than i have a distance you see. Yeah and it's smart should be an observer. It's very smart to be an observer not necessarily than to jump in and figure it out myself like you mentioned occasionally someone introduces some new skill to you at all yet let me try it different aspects of observations. Yes of course. I am observing it then. I wanna learning by doing yes. Supreme puerta

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NBC News Edits Audio to Smear Parents Standing Against Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:22 min | Last month

NBC News Edits Audio to Smear Parents Standing Against Critical Race Theory

"But our friends at news busters NBC ignores loudon rapes smears parents supposed to critical race theory and edits audio The corrupt meeting in America And by the way of the networks of the networks NBC is the worst For months now NBC has been assailing the concerned parents of south Lake Texas Because they've been standing up to the tide of critical race theory being crammed down the throats of their children And yesterday despite new details in the already outrageous loudon county high school rape story NBC nightly news continued their assault on the community that has had enough of liberal propaganda They even deceptively edited audio to make it seem as though the parents were in support of the Holocaust Continuing their smears suggesting the town was made up of rabid racists Looking to drive minorities out of their community anchor Lester fairness is overrated holt Try to the town for being the center of a firestorm over diversity and inclusion efforts Now secretly recorded comments he said from a top administrator about books on the Holocaust are sparking no outrage That's right NBC wanted to claim the town was now either made up of Holocaust deniers or Nazi sympathizers

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A highlight from Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards

Rewilding Earth

03:23 min | Last month

A highlight from Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards

"I'm still Just in the throes realizing how wild it is where i live and yet where i live is the most biologically altered state north america. We've converted roughly ninety eight percent of the state for ume needs farming mostly roads highways and cultural kind of things like that. And so. I feel like i've been really lucky. I have a numerous france that i still maintain visiting one. Those main couvert island and so for example. And so i get to go to these places still. But i really like teasing him in particular like wait. You left i with this front on it. We don't figure out here where we're gonna figure it out. I mean he wanted to go over. There was something left a lot of friends in that but it became clear to me. I go visit those places like going to wilderness areas. But really the wildness is about more my relationship to my place wherever i am and so i've really come to love. I will bear very deeply and lake. I love it a lot. Because of what's been done to in a very short amount of time and yet i see potential there that i don see other places and i think that's really how i got into the reviled and so here. I am with the re wilding nut connecting with the people. I know and so i met roger. Ross give for this process and we kind of formed a partnership and Ross is extremely important in my life at that time because he's very challenged to me. We both agreed on. We were following rewinding We at read most all the same odd. We read most all the same books in southern deep understanding the language of each other but we came from past history a whole different way as was a local agricultural a business And here's mine trying to work with all the different environmental organizations trying to learn every plant species all that kind of level and between the two of us. I challenge each other tremendously and that's I think would really Catchers be wild Wild ethic that we're trying to do. We're both trying to learn how to be wilder and what rewinding me. And it's changed me tremendously. I just keep reading and reading a read most of this stuff before. How do i apply that to my own thing about. I don't have to wilderness anymore. I used to go a lot and well supposed to grow up. I still love places. I still find that interesting. But i have never been a wilder place in one sense of the word than i am where i live now on. I and i'm surrounded by corn beans. Two thirds of the statements covered into animal species. It's absolutely frightening how that green curtain and what's frightening is how people look at it and see that as a agreeing healthy thing on the national level what was being addressed was wilderness series or what we have stuff that's left. Where can we

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Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards - burst 01

Rewilding Earth

03:23 min | Last month

Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards - burst 01

"I'm still Just in the throes realizing how wild it is where i live and yet where i live is the most biologically altered state north america. We've converted roughly ninety eight percent of the state for ume needs farming mostly roads highways and cultural kind of things like that. And so. I feel like i've been really lucky. I have a numerous france that i still maintain visiting one. Those main couvert island and so for example. And so i get to go to these places still. But i really like teasing him in particular like wait. You left i with this front on it. We don't figure out here where we're gonna figure it out. I mean he wanted to go over. There was something left a lot of friends in that but it became clear to me. I go visit those places like going to wilderness areas. But really the wildness is about more my relationship to my place wherever i am and so i've really come to love. I will bear very deeply and lake. I love it a lot. Because of what's been done to in a very short amount of time and yet i see potential there that i don see other places and i think that's really how i got into the reviled and so here. I am with the re wilding nut connecting with the people. I know and so i met roger. Ross give for this process and we kind of formed a partnership and Ross is extremely important in my life at that time because he's very challenged to me. We both agreed on. We were following rewinding We at read most all the same odd. We read most all the same books in southern deep understanding the language of each other but we came from past history a whole different way as was a local agricultural a business And here's mine trying to work with all the different environmental organizations trying to learn every plant species all that kind of level and between the two of us. I challenge each other tremendously and that's I think would really Catchers be wild Wild ethic that we're trying to do. We're both trying to learn how to be wilder and what rewinding me. And it's changed me tremendously. I just keep reading and reading a read most of this stuff before. How do i apply that to my own thing about. I don't have to wilderness anymore. I used to go a lot and well supposed to grow up. I still love places. I still find that interesting. But i have never been a wilder place in one sense of the word than i am where i live now on. I and i'm surrounded by corn beans. Two thirds of the statements covered into animal species. It's absolutely frightening how that green curtain and what's frightening is how people look at it and see that as a agreeing healthy thing on the national level what was being addressed was wilderness series or what we have stuff that's left. Where can we

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Justice Department won't charge officer who shot Jacob Blake

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Justice Department won't charge officer who shot Jacob Blake

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting federal authorities will not seek charges against a police officer in the Jacob bleak shooting the justice department has announced a no federal charges will be filed against a white Kenosha Wisconsin police officer who shot and paralyzed the black suspect Jacob lake last year the shooting triggered several nights of protests that included an Illinois man shooting three people killing two the justice department determined there wasn't enough evidence to prove officer Rustin Chesky used excessive force or violated Blake civil rights the federal findings mirrored a determination by the Kenosha county district attorney in January in August twenty twenty can OSHA officers responded to a call from a woman who said her boyfriend wasn't supposed to be at her home when officers arrived the woman told them Blake was trying to take her children and her S. U. V. Blake resisted as officers tried to take him into custody and was subsequently shot hi

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Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge

Scranton Talks

11:10 min | Last month

Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge

"I can't really stressing enough. Anyone can participate in the mystery. Box film challenge you. Don't have to be in scranton wilkes-barre you don't have to be in northeast. Pennsylvania you can be anywhere in participate. We've made it so we've made it really streamlined. Like keeping announcing the items online. And that's because of the pandemic it's like okay if you wanna do a challenge during a pandemic how we're gonna do this like we don't want to give out physical boxes and it's really not that conducive if you want to grow it so announcing the items was the best way to do it and it's it's really easy to it's just like people just have to go find the items if they have them in their house or they had the borrow him or if you wanna buy 'em yourself that's that's a really good we do. We're on facebook on instagram. We'll have a facebook group so you could talk to people this where we usually put the list of the requirements items prompts on. There's usually a document i to facebook page on the facebook group in the video is always there when we announced but this is the first year that the mystery box film challenge is on film freeway. That was a decision that i made that phone. Freeways really the premier place to find film festivals film challenges and i wanted just to get more is on the challenge because last year had lake. We had i think twenty one sign ups and we got twelve films back so usually are ratio is lake. We get a lot of sign ups in usually we get about half of them to submit a film which was amazing during a pandemic all types of films different genres like first time filmmakers season professionals to it's it's everybody you can do it. You can totally participate in this challenge. It's so much fun. And it's just a great way to connect with people in network with filmmakers in your area and asking for help and we're always here he always email us if you need help or have any questions but yeah all our items in prompts and requirements and specifications are on our film freeway page. If you searched the mystery box challenge on film freeway and like i said before you have two months to make film they need to be wanna ten minutes in laying that includes your credit entitles. They can't go beyond ten minutes Ill should align with the pg thirteen rating. We don't allow our crm teen films. These are short films are not gonna be feature films. So it's pretty good for that. And then you have your technical specifications as well and we do the emission on phil freeway as well. We used to have people email us. They're finish phones but we're not doing that. Everything is going to be through film freeway We do have a submission fee this year all past years. The film challenge has been free but with Just doing the challenge. It's a lot of it's like. We want to do a lot. More marketing in the marketing costs money. And we want to give her filmmaker swag like shirts and stickers and It better prizes in that costs money so like we have a regular deadlines mission is five dollars and then we have a late deadline for this year. So regular deadline for this year's film challenges november tenth. You still have time You can do a filming day you can edit and day and do whatever and are late. Deadline is november thirtieth and that will be a ten dollar fee early We kind of Wanted to do the challenge between like late summer and fall on we try to pretty close to one the northeast. Pennsylvania film festival has a festival. The festival usually is in march But it's just a pain the butt film in the winter. that can't be done. It's just a pain in the butt to film in the winter so we had the challenge earlier this year so it was. We kicked it off on september first skinner complete in the end of november to give people that end of summer fall timeframe which is still pretty nice to film. It's actually unseasonably warm now. Still which is awesome northeast pennsylvania. So i hope everyone can participate in the film challenge. It's a really great challenge to be creative and to just get yourself out there and start making films it's a real catalyst for people on lake like this is like if you wanna skies the limit if you want to do any type of film you want and have all the requirements inc for the challenge. I wanted to participate in the challenge. One year i actually wrote my script. And i just couldn't get anyone to get enough pete. I couldn't get a crew and actors together to do it. But i was like i'm going to keep the script and i'm gonna keep working on it and i'm gonna eventually produce it so i wrote a script. Siro my script for the mystery box challenge. This call fallout. And so i kept working on it and working on the script editing. I had my colleagues rita the detailer with me at lunch. They gave me feedback. So i just kept the script that i wrote for the mystery box kept working working working at and i gave it to my friend bridget. She edited it for me. Give me feedback. I kept ending it in editing. It got to a point where i thought it was good. And i just didn't then the pandemic again the pandemic hits and i just haven't i have not produced the film yet but i do want to. It's not really conducive to film during the pandemic. Because it's all takes place in a basement so really. The premise of fallout is. There's a group of friends who are hunkering down for an impending nuclear attack. While one of their friends is outside could be dead could not be dead Who knows and they're really freaked out in steph happens in. I don't want to give too much away. But i decided to submit that script to a couple screenplay competitions recently on film freeway in. It's gotten right now. It's gotten six official selections for six different vessels which is pretty awesome Just to get it out there in get it recognized which is pretty cool and it's like all right. This is really something. So i really want to film this. But it's like don't have. It's a catalyst. The mystery box film challenges are really creative. way to really get into filmmaking. Answer really start making something i i mean. I find a lot of people even myself included you. Stop yourself sometimes. If you wanna make film you stop yourself. It's like even. I wanna participate this year. Even though i'm the organizer. I still want to participate in writing my scripts and like i know what i to ride. And it's like okay. Who am i gonna get. Who is like the crew and stuff like that and making it simple so we can get it done in a day and i can edit it on time and get it in. So it's it's in own if you don't end up if you write something you end up not making it to the deadline to keep your script and keep reworking it. I mean you know. They asked for help. Get your parents involved. If the if you need to be can't find anyone you know you don't need to have a professional camera you can. Have someone help you edit or you can try editing yourself. I mean it's just anyone can participate. So i hope you guys Take some time to go to our website. The mystery box film challenge go to our film freeway page. Take a look at the list of items and problems in specifications and requirements and see if he can get a film. We would love to see your film. And you'll get them will be the premier's gonna be at the northeast pennsylvania film festival. We don't know what they yet. Um that'll come close when it gets to march but I'm so glad you guys can join me to for the une boxing. The mystery box film challenge. And i hope you guys participate. If you have any questions you can email the mystery box. Film challenge mystery box any p. Mail dot com. The mystery box challenge is on facebook. Instagram follow us. And we're also on youtube where you can find pass emissions to get some inspiration They're really talented. People who cemented in any type of person. Like if you're just new to filmmaking you for professional like everyone's got some great stuff and it's on youtube for everyone to look at so thank you guys so much for joining us for our scranton talks podcasts. About the mystery box film challenge. To go and participate. There is still time. We're on the halfway point so so go on our phone. Freeway patients admit to our film challenge. It's gonna be awesome. I can't wait to see you guys. And i hope if you do submit You get to join us at the film festival for the premiere of the films in copa. Get to meet you. That'd be great and get to network with other filmmakers as well in scranton So the the film festival usually happens downtown. Scranton in pennsylvania so i hope you guys can participate. Thank you so much for joining us for grand talks podcast. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast to get all the latest episodes. We upload episodes once a month Be sure to check out our facebook instagram. like i said again and we do our scranton. Talks live on facebook and on electric city television. If your local once a month our next Interview is gonna be on october. Nineteenth live on our facebook page on the independent film creative hub. Electric television will be talking with bridget. Lamonica she's a local filmmaker from northeast pennsylvania. Who actually is living and working in atlanta now. So we'll be talking to her about her projects what she's been doing Like working in the film industry. She's fully in the film industry a freelance basis working atlanta. So we'll be talking with her on october nineteenth at seven fifteen pm so i hope you can join us for that and thank you once again for joining us on this episode of scranton talks Be sure to check out the independent film creative. A website at www dot com are creative dot com where you can check a directory of pete filmmakers. Who are on there if you need any help finding actors and crew. That's the place to go for the with. You're looking for your crew for your mystery. Buxom challenge in. It's free to sign up so you can make your own directory on there so go there and check it out. Thank you guys so much again. Be sure to tell all your friends about scranton talks. Podcasts can't wait to hear from you on the next episode.

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Pharmacies face 1st trial over role in opioid crisis

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Pharmacies face 1st trial over role in opioid crisis

"In a bellwether federal trial starting Monday some big name chain pharmacies go to court for their first trial over what their role was in the opioid crisis from twenty twelve to twenty sixteen so many prescription painkillers were dispensed in Lake County Ohio the amount equal to two hundred and sixty five pills for every resident according to officials and in nearby trouble it was four hundred pills for every resident attorney say the overdose epidemic has cost each county at least a billion dollars they're suing CVS Walgreens giant eagle and Walmart who say they were merely filling prescriptions pharmacy chain rite aid settled with the counties the trial as part of a broader constellation of federal opioid lawsuits about three thousand and all that have been consolidated I'm Julie Walker

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"lake i" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"In february two thousand and two athletes from seventy seven countries gathered in salt lake city. Utah for the nineteen. Th winter olympics during the opening ceremonies ice skaters carried flags honoring the previous eighteen host cities. The crowd applauded for locations. Like lake placid bjork seat. Maria switzerland oslo norway more but when the salt lake city flag entered the stadium. Spectators erupted into earthshaking cheers for many salt lake. City residents hosting the olympics was a lifelong dream. Thirty years in the making after decades of unsuccessful. Bids they'd finally earned the chance to host the winter games. City officials hoped this would catapult their city to global stardom turning it into a booming tourist destination as their flag triumphantly paraded through the crowd. It was not hard to be filled with a sense of hometown. Pride however. Tom welsh the man responsible for bringing the winter. Games to salt. Lake city was conspicuously absent. Instead of celebrating he was facing fifteen counts of fraud conspiracy and racketeering. The us government claimed welsh ranna sophisticated campaign of corruption spanning the globe. He'd spent hundreds of thousands of dollars bribing dozens of olympic officials just to bring the games to utah. It appeared that salt lake city didn't earn the olympics at all. They bought them.

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"lake i" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

"Oscar sat on the dock sipping coffee from chipped mug while he stared across the peaceful bluewater. The son had yet to make its way over the mission mountains. It was picturesque almost worth getting up at this hour. Almost oskar was no early bird after the army. He vowed to never again get up before sunrise. It was the main appeal of his job at the bank but he wasn't going fishing for himself. He was doing this for his best friend. The roar of a model a rumbled behind him. Oscar smiled. He knew that sound that bought that car from his dad. When oscar and matt got back from the war it was ancient them and that was nearly a decade ago. Oskar chugged his coffee and gave himself a pep talk. Matt needs this so don't complain. He smiled and waved. As matt backed up the car and the twelve foot john boat he towed behind it down the ramp and the water that called out to oscar. Figured you'd be wearing your bank. Close today matt's blue eyes looked sharp and clear and he was already busting oscars chops like used to those. Were good signs. Oscar worried about matt. Who was a little unstable these days. Not that oscar blamed him matt had been laid off. His wife had left him but they weren't going to talk about the sad stuff today. Today was about fishing. one thing. The two friends could still agree on after all these years or at least it was one thing matt loved that oscar could tolerate. Oscar hated hiking and hunting to him. It wasn't too different than being in the army. So fishing it was. He hadn't been on the lake years and he prayed for still waters matt hopped out of the truck and wrapped oscar in a bear. Hug you ready to catch the flathead lake monster. I saw it last week. Oscar i swear. Oscar chuckled matt. Had to make everything an adventure.

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"lake i" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"The children of lake knowing or unknown. If we're in memory we you full of mine for my finally. Our voice has been cura. I'm sharon break. Kelly and is leoni mcenroe. She is one of the children of lake alice. Who has told his story at the royal commission until abuse in care more than forty years. After the unit closed they are stories of abuse electric shock treatment and painful drugs and a warning. Some details may upset listeners. Just note my inglewood's more mo- volun-. I hated cry cry but because the math god well and he turns it back on the game and it goes on or whatever to knocked out. That's when it stops but it's just like being hit by speech amount. I say to the commission plastic charles. Brian but voltage child up just about break cubans and expecting their all. Have a normal on pump the woods. It's not gonna happen. He could see black. Zigzag is going through your heat. Same as seeking in the dude runs soon excruciating pain. He just want complaints about the treatment of more than three hundred. Young people in the child and adolescent unit of the psychiatric hospital near fung annoy emerged in the nineteen seventies when it was still open and winton for decades but no one was held to account to police was to apologize to like l. survivors for these filings. State failed them during time at lake. Callous and failing to predict the from what can only be described as torture at the hands of dr selwyn. Leaks and other like ellis stuff. If it was today there is no way. Dr lakes would be practicing. Job is to protect the public. We're not there to protect doctors today on the detail. I talked to ariz. Inside reporter andrew. Mccrae he has been at every day of the hearings every morning. There's a cut akia team karakia. Please stay for the opening prayer and song and a water. Which i think. Just.

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"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

05:50 min | 6 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

"Mediums Is is compelling to me. So for instance like you know in def- indie filmmaking has a tremendous amount of limitations. But i always think that that breeds creativity you know and so i think like taking on network television for instance. There's obviously a tremendous amount of limitations. But i know like all three of us in this room have have worked in this business and we've all worked on projects that are near and dear to our hearts and you know. Some of these projects happen very quickly some other projects. Take awhile la. And i know with do until i don't i think if i correct me if i'm wrong but you know this is something that you were working on for many many years many many years and then ultimately it finally went but And i have worked on projects to that. You know you write a script and it takes years until it finally gets made you know my question to you is as a creator. How do you sort of you know keep going. And how do you not give up with that project. What motivates you to keep pushing forward. I really feel that I need to tell stories and need to continue to do those things. Even when you know critics are going to punch me in the face and kicked me on the ground even though you know they don't know that you know you almost lost your son. And they'll continue to write shitty things about the art eve made an email. It's like it can be dark. You know and i think if you let it get to you or you can be intellectual. Go okay. that's okay. It's almost like when someone is angry at me. I have trouble with that. You know it's like. I gotta be okay with someone not liking what you made and or being angry at you and that's like a massive life lesson for all people you know doesn't mean that you're gonna die you know it means that you're alive and very much so people have opinions about you..

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"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

04:48 min | 6 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

"At the at the sundance film festival you know. And i was just like oh man. I can't wait. I i think i know the one that i would vote for. You know they're talking about it and saying it's about this woman who takes on this You know sort of gendered world and just like oh man. I like those dessel somewhere to. i'd just had. And then they announced in a world lake lake belfer in a world. I just i. I just i mean awards schwartz right but like it was being recognized In really in the coolest of indie way could possibly you know recognize. And i think i was very I was so florida. And i remember getting up and being like shut because obviously i didn't prepare anything And i was like for a for a movie that is holy about words and voice. I find myself speechless. You know so. That worked out. But i think i you know it was it was. It was really beautiful and then it made it really hard for your second film. Because you're like you're not gonna you're gonna get. I felt like i knew making whatever i made. I felt like i was gonna get lacerated. Because i was it was just two golden and i did i got. I got pretty. I got pretty slapped on my second film. That that sucks. But i also had dealt with. It paled in comparison to the real dealing with. Which was i almost lost my son so it. So i did in fucking matter How is your house or son. He's great now..

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"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

"How did you get. How did you. What was your first voiceover job here. My first real one was like peabody and sherman or something. I played like a very tiny role. Mona lisa i think i played or something and there was like one small thing shrek whereas like which number seven you know it was just like small stuff and it was. I had a voiceover agent. Because i had done. Radio plays in london Cad i think they were named and that was really a long time ago so i had like a demo that i was sent off with with from drama school. Was it hard for you to break into directing. I think I mean. I think it was a huge. The huge a huge part of wanting to direct really came from wanting to play characters that i was excited to play And i had written. I'd always been a writer. Sort of closeted you know and then Sort of came out to my representatives as a as a writer I had wrote in a world. I and i brought it to my agents and said I want to shop for directors on this and find someone to direct me in starring in this movie that i wrote for myself and so we started and we shopped and chopped and it was like we couldn't quite find the person for it and my agent at the time. Still my agent. Billy lazarus said to me Why don't you drive this. He said he wanted to direct..

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"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

02:57 min | 6 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

"I looked great. They're not going to myself. But i think what was funny about is that i got hired as like It was shitty Modeling agency that just did promotional stuff. So i did a couple of magazine things but mainly my main gag which some girl told me about from school. She was like yeah. You could do this thing. It's called promotional girls. Like what's that and she's like you just was like. Oh it's really easy. We gotta do is just kind of like dress up and stupid outfits and then point people in the right direction of the bathroom. Whoever i was like okay great. That's easy so i would go to you. Know pro events and you just stand there like a dim like doofus in like a dumb outfit and people about through you know and i was like pitching and dime. I remember it would be the lou right. Yes yeah. It was articles Yeah Better they they. Yeah i remember one time being like Dressed up as a like a like a like a raunchy robot at one point it was like a whole robot theme and i was kinda like i can't tell if this is demeaning or awesome like like i. I'm really in the middle on this. You know but Yeah it was. I was at the rugby world cup once in a tent in vip ten. And i was like that's kind of cool. I remember it was like there is a video. They had to announce a raffle. And they're like okay. So we're going to announce the raffle you know like some like really. Stodgy random thing and You know i was supposed to be girl dancing or sort of just looking nice. I wasn't dancing. Actually i i was got paid more But no i was just sitting there kind of showing people where the the fucking buffet was. And the whatever and she had this mike in this woman's voice was just tear. It was just like driving me crazy. And i was. You know. i'm a drama schools student. And i was like. Hey i just asked my manager. I was like i know. I'm just like a random person here but can i do the raffle announcement. I am american. it's kind of fun. Could do an announcer voice. And it's just damned is thrown out there And sure they let me do. And i was like ladies and gentlemen you know. And they're like what the fuck and now we will announce the raffle winner which is four seven two. You know it's like it was just like fun little like that. You know i would always try to or myself in i mean i was an unaccompanied minor for many years on delta this delta flight because i would always see my dad every other weekend i convinced the ladies who got to know very well on this flight to for me to do the the announcement. Yeah that was like my first really. Yeah it was like thirteen. Yeah say they.

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"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

05:28 min | 6 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

"And at the time was like you know she was like you got go back to drama school. You can't stay here for for this one moment. I didn't get the job. Of course. But i was just like you know she was like you need to but i remember thinking like oh my god. I'm in a goto to drama school and during all of my hot ears. I remember someone like song. Roka's all nine thousand nine hundred. That i was just gonna be there studying theater while other bitches are over there doing it. Sounds like a very childish. Various sort of like you know silly way to look at it. And i knew i had been writing since i was a kid man like i i had stories in and imaginary worlds and characterizations and like scenes and things that i had in my head since i was little you know that i have journals of and i knew i wanted to do that but i just felt a massive poll to an actor initial like it just like i wanted to be immersed in those worlds. I wanted to be fish out of what i went to learn all those things and pretend to exist in those other spaces for real. I needed to to to feel that but Saddam school was very satisfying in that respect. I'm so glad i went back. I'm glad that. I got to kind of express it the way that said when i came out of drama school and came to la. It was like the it was just a war. It just culturally was such a shock Going from i remember at trump school. They teach you how they prepare..

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"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

"Pratt everybody get ready for this thing. I was like drink. A glass of whatever was going on because there's always like my parents would have friends over so like that. And i think the late late show was really born from the not having to i did not want to deal with the darkness and the like bore of trying to go to sleep. Oh i get yeah to. Your dad is jewish. My dad's a jew bombs protestant shiva's exactly the same as me. My dad was jewish. My mama's protestant well. My mom was raised is product. Yeah we didn't have a lot of religion in our in my upbringing. That said my mom was more interested in in the the the traditions in the pump and circumstance beauty of of what you know church offered you know. She's very visual. She liked emotionally kind of being transported into a space. That felt sacred. Like i could see that. She was like enamored of that kind of tradition shoe. She married a very gentlemanly waspy. Old money man and lake really we kind of you know that was raised and then my my father. They were divorced. By when. I was one so i always knew to two vastly different. Households did that Having parents divorce at that age like did that. What type of effect does that have on a on a child. It pushes you to do the late late. Show your legs year. Like i got a. I'm going to have to be quick. I can think of shit here But i will say no. I think actually it's a huge re personalities. In in my childhood. I used to be like oh so dysfunctional and it was but i think what's most interesting about it is that The sort of young ability to kind of start to assess assess a strong personality or manage a myriad of them vastly different people. I mean my dad is jewish. He married a catholic woman who was from sort of Working class background in in philadelphia. My father is like a sort of wealthy jew and then my mom who is like has this like really interesting background who came from jewish neighborhood but then was raised us since christian and married an old money. Ohio cristiano gentile and so you have all with with strong strong Cultural ties to wasp culture. And my mom yes. So it's like there is just like you know you go to sort of christmas to philly and You know in of the city and having a vastly different experience there and then you know into us at wasp culture. All of the first thing. That i thought was really ball. Sure sure you're seeing. The sort of lake taught white short starch and then just a lot of sort of stiff calculated movement towards a ball. Yeah sounds like very homoerotic away but So yes you're correct. But i think that it's yeah there's just I was immediately and always have been vastly obsessed with culture in general cultural politics. The human condition within a culture. I loved other languages. Other other countries a loved the idea of going to other countries and being like wow now i'm immersed i've been dropped into another sense. It's another reality. Like the way that everyone speaks looks at each other. Talks with their mouth moves. I mean their face looks different. And it's like the because they're speaking different languages with which have different resonance and the you know the way that they eat the way that they choose to sort of re rack to each other. It's just everything the smells. Every i just was very much immersed in in an obsessed with that and i think that's where i became really interested in storytelling and and people you know and and I like humans lot and interested in. And i wanna see how they live in all different ways. I get that. I mean you..

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"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Never Surrender

"This episode of never surrender. I really feel that I need to tell stories and need to continue to do those things. Even when you know critics are going to punch me in the face and kicked me on the ground even though you know. They don't know that you know you almost lost your son. And they'll continue to rate shitty things about the art. The made an you know it's like it can be dark. And i think if you let it get to you or you can be intellectual. Go that's okay. It's almost like when someone's and grandma have trouble with that you know it's like i gotta be okay with someone not liking what you made and or being angry at you and that's like a massive life lesson for all people you know i'm jack her gets and i'm steven cramer whitman and this is never surrendered the show where we sit down with the most successful people in the entertainment industry and talk about failure and how they pushed through it and never gave up. Because we've all failed. We've all had setbacks. We've questioned whether to keep going but at some point everybody struggles. Yeah i mean. I've been let go from some of my favorite jobs. You and me both. We just hope that. By listening to this podcast. It will help give you the strength to never surrender our guest. Today is a quadruple threat. She's an actress director producer and writer. She starred in a number of tv shows and movies like last this mess over her dead body and no escape and as a writer and director. She's worked on films. Including in a world and i do until i don't. She's currently starring as the voice of poison ivy in the hbo. Max animated series harley quinn and with the career. She's had it's hard to believe she's ever failed but she'll be the first to tell you that life isn't without its share of challenges and she's here to talk about. This is lake belt. This is so wonderful lake bell. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me kneeling and we're in a black box. The very padded so that in case anyone flails are a lot so in a way good pat. It's yes and walked. I feel very safe. You should feel safe. You are a very accomplished actor. Writer and director You've been in some a phenomenal films and animated Things all sorts of shows television movies. You've made movies. I've seen movies you've made But the there's one project An early project years. I'm very interested in the late late. Show talk about that. Let's talk about that. The lake show. I'm gonna take a while back. I mean just what you're talking about the late late show was A procrastination tool that. I would use with my parents When they'd be like you know. I was like five or something and adds time for bed and i'm like but wait this crazy.

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"lake i" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

07:35 min | 10 months ago

"lake i" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"On the golf course on the eighteenth fairway with the lake in the mountains in in the whole bob ross painting basically as a as a backdrop i mean it's totally different than any other outdoor game that they've ever tried to i guess create. It's got that whole mystery. Alaska feel in st mayor. I think from the nhl officer and other folks have talked about that specifically that movie trying to you know sort of use that as inspiration to create something. I think it's called. I'm i wish there was a way to do it in still have fans or something like that. I know they. They can't i think the fact that it's such a i guess made-for-tv event because of the way that the rink is being built and where it's being built in all that. Maybe that's the one i guess. If if i'm going to knock it or something you know i would say. I wish there was a way to have fans in. Obviously you know this being covid. Nineteen in coronavirus pandemic and all of that that that makes it tough. But i just i think it's cool. I do wanna see you know sort of how it all comes together and just more than anything. Just what it looks like because i think it's just gonna be all about the visual and and more so than any other outdoor game. Yeah i'm curious. I don't think we've discussed this a lot on the podcast because we haven't had a lot of reason to discuss it on the podcast but dangerous. What are your overall feelings on the nhl outdoor games and the whole experience that the league is. I mean really put into overdrive the last fourteen or so years starting with the two thousand and eight winter classic them love them. Because what are your overall thoughts on these things. I guess that's like. I mean i don't love him i mean just because i'm me and i'm going to always find something to grumble about or whatever but no i think they're cool. I sometimes i sometimes. I worry about when you have two points on. The line in standings are so close because of the in parity that the nhl has with these three points on the line every game in everything that you're playing outside in elements with wind and it might be like literally fifteen or twenty below in these guys out rolling around in a might affect things later on in the standings You can't get the best ice in it might get a funky bounce or all sorts of but you know why it's cool it's worth it I i like the winter classic. I think it's the closest thing to the nhl. Having sort of an event in season nba seems to have christmas day. Thanksgiving is the nfl. Even though bowl games seem to dominate new year's day. The nhl has something. They have that winter classic. You know they have these outdoor games. I thought it was cool that they've done like the heritage thing up in canada where they're playing like cfl stadiums. Different things like that. I i i'm all for spreading the game Trying to different things to capture attention in recognition in the media publicity in an all the sorts of things that come with that. So i if it does those things and i know you know ed grainy. Our colleague has talked some folks this week. And it's going to be writing about that sort of the impact you know just growing the game in in what it has an effect when you see on nbc. It's going to be you know right smack dab in the middle of the day for everybody to kinda see and it's going to be unique and everybody's gonna be talking about it if they were talking about golden knights gold helmets. There are certain getting be talking about you. Know a game on you know outdoor rink next to a next to a lake that peer edward bill maher thought he was going to be able to skate on our air conditioning heating. Our trained comforts specialists are here to help improve the quality of your home so call eight five five one hour or visit one hour air dot com owned and operated licensed in the respective state or county look for seven at seven local streaming news from the las vegas review journal find on your smartphone at the rj app or it's available on roku tv fire tv and apple tv download the app and you're ready to go for senate at seven company salary. Cap is probably tighter. You can't afford to miss on a new hire. Every person you add needs to fit just right. Indeed dot com is the hiring site that helps you find quality candidates instantly so you can do the part you really need faster. Meeting and hiring great people indeed searches through the millions of resumes and their database. To help show you great candidates instantly with instant match. You see list of great candidates with zero. Wait water quality shortlist fast. You need indeed right now our listeners. Get a free seventy five dollars. Credit to upgrade your job post at indeed dot com slash blue wire. This is indeed best offer anywhere. Get a free seventy five dollars. Credit at indeed dot com slash blue wire indeed dot com slash blue on offer valid through march. Thirty first in terms and conditions apply. Still one of the best parts of this whole experience was just getting. Bill myers reaction on camera. And i'm with you. I'm honestly really intrigued. To see how this kind of for tv event as you put it actually resonates not just league-wide but nationwide and how many people they do get to kind of turn it tune in just to see what lake tahoe looks like because i think at least on the local level these events are you know really fascinating and really interesting and really fun so i was a senior in college at the university of minnesota when there was actually a stadium series game at the gophers football stadium bank. The minnesota wild hosted the chicago blackhawks. The wild blue him out in front of fifty thousand fifty thousand fans and it was really awesome. It was really really cool experience. I didn't actually go to the game. But i was Working on stories around it. I got to take a tour before the game happened and it was really cool and there a lot of excitement around it because i was living on campus at the time and could obviously tell that there was plenty of people. There that were hyped about the game. And so i think it really resonates on that level. I'm not so sure that especially a lot of the the stadium series games that are not you know the marquee event the winter classic resonate on kind of more of a nationwide level where people all across the country are talking about him so i'm fascinated to kind of be no see what the temperature looks like of that for the lake tahoe experience. You know saturday afternoon sunday morning. How many people are talking about it you know are the highlights on espn. Or whatever. But for i think you know. Obviously people in las vegas and people locally. I mean how could you not think this is cool. This is between the scenery the location and obviously the opponent. This is about As hyped up of a regular season game as you're ever going.

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"lake i" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"lake i" Discussed on Space Nuts

"It's almost like looking at a cross section through the Antarctic ice cap an. Area where the definite delineation of the boundary between ice and liquid water and so that prompted a lot of speculation about how it stays liquid partly because. This something like a kilometer of ice on top of the. So there's a lot of pressure there. Even in Moses one third of gravity. There's still huge amount of pressure pushing down which depresses the freezing point, but it's more. More likely that there is a highly a high concentration of salts in water. So. Brian paps Brian with the very high salt concentration. which acts as a natural anti freeze. So the possibilities materials kopech lower rates, which we know depresses the freezing point of water. We found those. A NASA scientists actually found those on the surface. So that's the backstory. What has happened now, this announcement she comes from one of the. One of the team members. Whose name his Graziella Capterra capital rally. Who is not in Italy but is at the University of southern Queensland into a university with which I have a close association as well. So I'm delighted to disprove that work She's involved as she to study tain who've who found The big announcement at more lakes on the south polar cap of us. A kind of what she describes as A. Satellite Lakes. So you've got this. Is really the principal water body. which is the Big Lake but. Somehow the reconnections possibly by channels through the ice that that can't be detected down the radar. Those connections perhaps link these Mola bodies of water. Which which have been detected by you fly a new from the MAS express spice craft. It's what's astonishing. Is that the temperature in those lakes a still to be let me find this sink I'm remembering correctly. Yeah. Roundabout minus seventy degree Celsius. Jelly. It's very chilly and it's very chilly to have. You know water at that temperature liquid water. and. So another. Comment that has been made. by Dr, rally. That may be what we're seeing here is also linked to the climate history of Mars, in other words. Those lakes may have formed when Mars had woolmer ambient temperature. And what you're seeing is some sort of relic of the conditions. That existed when when they were formed. It's that. You know that suggests perhaps residual hate somewhere and it may be that that's coming from the the subsurface. Rock of the of the planet. Not Quite sure what what? She had in mind I'm not she seeing the paper the refers to the work but nevertheless, it's a really interesting discovery and of course, it leads up to speculations. First of all, they're more likes down under the under the southern ice cap of Mars and other any under the north polar cap of Mas. Because none of been detected. And well, that might just. At the bottom. So that's where all the water drying. Be Right Gosh this. Andrew. AMAS stop. Stuff. Wonder why all doesn't run off the never mind never mind So. Yeah, and and there there is if evidence of this kind of situation on earth, it's not unique to models. Exactly. We can Harrison's with with our own planet. Yeah and this and the we know there are links on the Antarctic ice cap and one that one hundred heard off this is in Antarctica it's called the Don Juan Pond A, which is actually on the surface..

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"lake i" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"lake i" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Siberia's Lake Cal is not your average. . Lake. . At forty, , nine miles wide by three hundred and ninety, , five miles long that seventy, , nine by six, , hundred and thirty, , five kilometers. . It's the world's largest freshwater lake and with history that dates back twenty, , five, , million years it's also Earth's oldest. . But size and age aren't the only things that make this. . Lake. . Special. . Lake by cow is also home to more than three thousand, , seven, , hundred different species, , many of which are only found in the Baikal region. . That's why by cows often considered the Galapagos of Russia. . No in case it's bio-diversity doesn't dazzle you here's another but Julia fact. . Lake by cow has its own version of the Loch ness monster. . Its name translates to water dragon master and it's described as a giant sturgeon with a prominent stout, , an armored plating along the back. . The monsters history goes back centuries with ancient carvings depicting this terrifying creature. . Interest peaked we thought. . So here's a starter guide to this ancient beautiful and mysterious late, , which is by the way a UNESCO World Heritage Site. . Lake Baikal is located in southern Russia near the border of Mongolia, , its depth of five thousand, , three, , hundred feet about one thousand, six, , , hundred meters makes it the world's deepest lake about five hundred feet or two hundred meters it's also famous for its clarity of water and ice. . When the lake is frozen, , you can see dozens of meters or hundreds of feet down. . And as we said at the top, , it's also the world's largest lake that size twelve, , thousand, , two, , hundred, , square miles, , or thirty one, , thousand, , six, , hundred square kilometers makes it comparable in volume to the entire Amazon Basin? ? A first scale? ? It reportedly takes about three hundred and thirty years for single water molecule to flow from inlet to inlet. . So. . How did like by cow get so massive About twenty, , five, , million ago lake by CAL formed through fractures and shifting within Earth's crust. . It wasn't Lake Baikal as we know it. . Now, , though experts believe it was a series of lakes similar to the Great Lakes in the United States while scientists aren't positive how lake by CAL went for many lakes to the behemoth. . It is today they do have theories. . It could have been sinking earth erosion earthquakes or increased water from melting glaciers although it's likely a mix of these factors and more. . That unifying change took place in the pleasing epoch about five point three to two point five million years ago. . But this lake isn't finished growing. . It's expanding at a rate of about point seven inches to centimeters every year at the same speed at which Africa in South America are drifting apart. . At this speed, , some scientists believe lake by Baikal is actually an ocean in the making. . The lake boasts twenty-seven islands, , the largest of which spans two, , hundred, , eighty square miles or seven, , hundred, , twenty, , five square kilometers and has its own lake mountains and the population of fifteen hundred residents. . The locals connected to power van underwater cable in two, , thousand and five, , and we're connected to the Internet shortly after. . Some Call Lake by Cao, , the Galapagos of Russia not only because it has an impressive array of those nearly four thousand species but also because eighty percent of those animals are found nowhere else. . One reason for this unique biodiversity is the lakes. . Array of hydrothermal vents which are commonly found in oceans but lake by cow is the only freshwater lake known to have them. . Cold water from the lake enters cracks in the Earth's crust through these hydrothermal vents. . When the water reaches magma, , it heats up, , then returns resurfacing with minerals and heat. . These rich minerals are probably the reason some of the lakes most unusual species were able to develop including several unique fish and the nerpa seal species, , which is the only exclusively freshwater seal species in the world and its evolution is mysterious and some scientists believe it arrived by a prehistoric river from the Arctic But beyond seals fish other common animals found in the forests and mountains surrounding Lake Baikal include. . Elk. . Reindeer links wild-boar, , and of course, , the lakes frequently reported water dragon master. . And this ancient lake has another air of mystery about it. . UFO sightings. . Many locals have reported strange lights and alien spacecraft throughout the years and several Soviet era documents mention ufo instance in sightings around Earth's largest lake. . However for all of its natural wonder, , amazing wildlife end stranger sides for lake cows one hundred, , thousand permanent residents it's simply home. . Made, , occupations are forestry agriculture, , fisheries, , hunting, , and tourism though that's currently on hold due to covid nineteen. . Here's hoping they opened back up soon. .

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"lake i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"lake i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And I purchased something you got a safe way to save it and I went to check out and they say well we need to have your name address and phone number and I say jump in the lake I'm we go from there what are you gonna do though like a like say your your purchase is like fifteen dollars readers like peel off three fives and run out with your stuff what how does that work if if they make it a qualification for me to make the purchase I just don't make the purchase okay and if you have enough people do that that's going to fall apart real quickly yeah but here's the thing Dave what we've already learned from this epidemic situation is that there are a huge number of people who will gladly turn over every bit of privacy in the notion that somehow it's going to keep them from getting sick that reality I mean that that's where we are did did the nannies the scolds the people were shaming other people for going to the beach I mean there there in order in order for that plan to work however everyone basically has to cooperate or else you have partial data which is almost worthless correct so if enough people just say no but see here's the thing Dave the thing here's what I would do they would be like okay what's your first name my first name is John what's your second neighbor jingle Hammerschmidt how do you spell that you start with jingle and then go to hammer there you go do you want such a real name as far as you know I'm gonna need to see some ID and I'll be like now I just have to find another John Jacob jingle Hammerschmidt because his name is my name to and then I run out of the store skipping yelling whatever we the people and then they call the police and it's all done that's fine not a problem eight you have to pay using cash you couldn't use your credit correct I would have the name of it correct I think cash we now know here's the interesting thing I you know if you're a conspiracy minded person let me just give you a couple things to wrap your head around right now to Dave's point if you want to shop in the store anonymously you're going to have to use cash so what do I see today Dave a story that yes corona virus can live on my knee yes money is going to give you the rona so what they're going to force you to do is you have to save him do I want to get the rona and use the money or do I just want to have let's see have a situation where I'd sorry I just lost a manager I think all all get you guys back in a second after I go to break because I was making a point here and I forgot what it was now today news story that money can carry coronavirus so then you're like I want to get the rollover to use my card but wait if I use my card they're going to know I was here and they're gonna know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I shopped in the store so you're really in a rock and a hard place that's where we are right now what I'm gonna do is gonna take a break because I got to fix my Skype because I can no longer see David Angie and I'm gonna fix that right now Steven and you're listening I'll call you guys back in a minute give me a second but right now let's check their state there's the entry Susan what can is in the news room everyone's she's not bloop something is happening like that do you it took a picture okay so although vamp first second Dave what do you think they're forcing you to use the card I'm sorry let's go to Susan we can we'll come back to Dave and then actually we are going to take a day to conceptual I did raise your frozen in a really embarrassing fantastic fantastic I had the caps are hot when we get back talk about the economy but right now Susan Witkin is gonna join us to talk to the news you know what I just want to say I am super impressed that they've even knows how to take a snapshot this is like a Skype master now he's like exams kite masters Tuesday and it is awesome we're gonna hear from Rockies pitcher about what the players think of opening baseball season and their concerns well it's not good I don't wanna hear season you're going to hear it if you're gonna wanna hear it Kay will be well maybe K. wait is radio eight fifty eight of ninety four one FM I heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean to ask what he would like his legacy to be the end of the day and then there's guys that you know I go back and listen to their albums yes so pull out albums ago listen to Mallam as much now as ever you know and and I guess that's kind of what I'm hoping is that some day when this is all over for me you know there's some group of kids hanging out you know what a farm somewhere bonfire going drinking some beer and crank it up to my kind of party record and sing every word you know to me that's it's been cool obviously to have the success we've had in and do everything we've done at the end of the day twenty years from now people still listen to the records I mean I think that's a testament to yeah it's a great artists and great records of great songs and so I hope that's what happens keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Rod Stewart as he discusses how remarkable the creative process is yeah absolutely that's just sit.

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"lake i" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"lake i" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I saw people kind of crowding around and I also just had a sense that something wasn't right the flag whatever's going on somebody is throwing stuff into the lake I have a feeling that something needs to be done about this so I pulled out my phone and just bones started recording and probably like a moment later I kind of pull pieces together about oh wow like here's this jogger you know throwing this man drew's stuff into the lake I take it is the man whose possessions are being kicked around and thrown into the lake disposed of right say that man that is true his Highness he lives around the lake and he's alone in prisons who were peacefully super cried the keeps all of this item kind of piled in like a little area that's out of people's way so when I saw that and I father god I've never seen before throwing stuff into the lake out like yeah I'm glad I pull out my phone and I'm gonna keep recording no matter what happens the video shows the job of continuing to get a free trees possessions making several trips to enable I've been before police officers stopped approaching the gathered crowd at this point the job to stop something the stuff and continues his run he has no idea of the effect changes video will have I posted to Facebook later that day I just like yeah maybe a couple hundred people see that a friend that reached out to me that day and said Hey like this is crazy you should also post this on Twitter so you know I've also posted on Twitter and I think it was when I woke up the next day I had messages from at least ten different news sources asking about you know speaking about the video jogger in Oakland deliberately throws out a homeless man's belongings this video al rage to community and got national attention as it does the internet those up a bit the nickname for the perpetrator and job which I began to try to conventional Twitter of course the joggers real name wasn't Joe nice tweeted just loves illustration with this face everywhere online acquaintances though quickly identified Ms Henderson said okay so he's named and shamed online and his actions are criticized yes and this is where the story takes another set I spoke to Matt Nelson another open resident he was walking around lake Merritt the following day judge I was back this time he was standing in the like with a friend Mike Nelson picks up the story so I add first wasn't sure if it was him and it you know when I passed by scene it was just very odd to see a man in the lake being filmed by his friend what seem to be like a a promotional video of of chug your joke leaning up leg so it was on its face it was absurd and ridiculous when he recognized to the man in the light because my Nelson started broadcasting on Facebook live he confronts N'Jobu J. O. N. B. sensei and Austin what he done the previous day filming the whole time is so I just started asking him what's going on here and why would anyone throw this man's possessions in the lake have you noticed him before all yeah he's been here very long serving the new is this end and asking him like what was he doing in return and then why was he doing it I mean I'm not for that I have he didn't really have an answer so his answer became violent I do you mind good in the poll not fine was stolen he ended up in hospital with a concussion and me since I was arrested and charged with second degree robbery for taking the fine wow and what was the outcome of the court case so eventually every since I was sentenced to five years probation for lesser charge misdemeanor battery he was ordered to take anger management classes until to write letters of apology to Mike Nelson and to treat any sensational until the call it received death threats and that his father responds to Matt Nelson was driven by fear that was being targeted having been identified online we tried to contact him but he didn't respond well that's Henry sin que org tiger Joe but Chris I'm wondering about a silent character in this story drew the homeless man whose possessions were dumped in the lake so he's part of the story is also interesting local residents got together and they think that they could perhaps harness the publicity and attention the video was attracting to try and raise money for jury I spoke to open resident Kenzie Smith he got together with JJ Harris he ran the posted the original video and they put up a fundraising page in the end they collected fourteen thousand dollars can you tell me this would be enough to pay for a year's rent on the flat for jury we decided to you know surprised drew with the paperwork for his apartment and I had talked to home depot home depot was light they want to give him a job talks will barber shop they realized there was a young free here K. but is the twist drooled declined offers he said that he didn't want to move he didn't want to leave the location he said that was his home there are various complicated reasons why someone injury situation declines help when it's offered however which points out that the money didn't go to waste it was the night's instead to to have Mrs charities I really am pleased about you know the organization that we are able to give the money to I am a C. unit still live in the area at that time he said and drew since do you still see him yes I do see drew you know occasionally at the lake for sure he's still there I try to chat with them once in a while but it's become a bit difficult you know I honestly feel that just with all the media attention and all the stuff going on you know it jogger Joe really had a negative impact on him yeah I just wish it could have turned out better Ford zero ma'am but I represent you know the the problem that we still have here in Oakland the problem is talking about is the high levels of pharmacists and the city it's a massive and worsening problem in California as a whole but I think the city in which situation is particular about Chris do we know what's causing it well that rents are extremely high housing costs have skyrocketed over the last decade and traditionally working class areas identifying so the background to the outrage that these videos generated is a very real frustration with the homelessness situation in Oakland and that leads to another interesting detail the judge have incident isn't a one off the positions of homeless people around the lake I removed all the time new at six Oakland has just completed a two day sweep of homeless encampments around lake Merritt the city believes a recent legal decision enables it to take down those camps and deal with a spiraling homeless problem every so often the Oakland city authorities will come in and clear out homeless people's tents and positions in organized clearances of areas around the lake Kenzie Smith describe to me what happens llego en LA DS start tearing everything down put into a big machine and we you know you could sort of right on the spot does JJ see any end in sight does he see any solution to the problem it's difficult he says he's overwhelmed but determined to keep working to fight homelessness in Oakland it doesn't feel like we're winning right now but it's the right thing to do and as long as we live here and as long as this is our home you know it's everyone's home and we're just going to keep fighting no matter what so there you go two stories which caused an online outcry it's part of the reason these placement viral as they tapped into big issues.

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"lake i" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"lake i" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the track beautiful lake I feel that a lot of people make their own correct perfect outside the home which was super funny like we see older kids thinking that bots and an old people dancing but at the same times very political is a political answer and the song is not mine is I always think that all the creativity is born as a community we make art as a community we have been teaching that to our individual people and yes we got our singularity as human beings but again we are a community and we work and we create as a community so I think the people like take the song and make their own version of the song which I think is always amazing because that means that the song is alive and the song got their own life it was a win viral on social media today it's always twenty twenty is very different from the seventy in the sixties in the velocity of of the media's and the velocity of the capitalist might think that we're not seen even in capitalism we live under the supercomputer Leeson because everything is so fast so the action and the reaction of the people is also very fast we live in a very high velocity time and in this as you describe high velocity time what's the role of rap music can it help to create political change will help change the way people think about that life's of course yes because the music industry I think I was being very golden days like tell them to us that we shouldn't talk about politics to be afraid of to talk about it because not our role in these and I think we are all the people in this world we are political people they took it takes from us these were political which isn't very different to say that I don't like the political institution you know but what I'm say political when you log in a relationship you all do all the time doing concession that's very political in and I think we got to remake that for politic even in culture to check about that and not be afraid to say and to think and to write and to make movies and documentaries and tech feature about what we feel that he's just so yes I think culture is very important we are but all of us we had important journalist teacher everybody's students we are all a perfect community people thinking together and the the all important in this fight all of us as human being fighting for your money T. and dignity and justice can you give me some examples of this types of subjects that you the rap about can you just give me a flavor of the types of things are important to you I'm what you expressed through your music I would say that's I don't like the world activist because I don't know if I really feel as an actress to be honest but I always say that I love to talk about what I talk in my day in my day I talk a lot about police because Jill politique I'm always interest about what happened another country's from mine because I defined within myself as an internationalist person because I feel that any issue that how can happen in Bangladesh in Palestine on the dock in Hong Kong in England is also my problem and I think that's the best way that we can fight together somebody's music of course talk about that so yes I've got some the boat and the budget guided about feminism a book by the Stein abode dignity able Jesse about freedom about love also about my kids about my you security I I will say it is a pack of ideas.

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