31 Burst results for "Laney"
"laney" Discussed on The Big 98
"Laney Wilson at number 19 With things A man ought to know. Dylan Scott is in studio with us now, Dylan. How are you, Bud? I'm good. How are you? I mean, I mean, they used to have a deep voice is jacked. It's allergy season. Oh, I don't know. It's like is this is morning, boy. Is he always asleep? But no. His songs are deep too. I mean, you you are testosterone. Build, huh? I don't know, man. I mean, I don't look, It's just part of it part of, uh, back in the day because a lot of folks have jobs as they're trying to make it in country music. I'm sure you did too. Right? You move down out of jobs. Yeah, I mean, well, not actually entail. No, um Have jobs to form of the town. The town I looked up and I had a record deal for our movie town. How did you manage that? My dad, Dude, My dad was in the business back in the day he lived here. Wanted to be an artist ended up playing with guys like Freddy Fender on the road there, like wasted days and wasted. No. Yeah, we go. Freddy, man. Yeah. So He did all that. So my dad growing up, He would bring me back and forth in Nashville and I met certain people and, honestly, dude, I just I looked up. I met the right people and yeah, signed with Kurt. What were you doing before you got my point was? I mean, you had to be doing something like Teaching happy plan to do push ups like something because you just the monster. No, I'm not a monster, ma'am. Only like 5 10, but, uh, no. I mean, I work a little odds and in jobs, summer jobs done construction. I did work at a gym. Yeah, was not a personal trainer, but I worked at the gym. But when I moved to town, I was just writing music and luckily had a pub deal that helped me pay. Pay My bills aim used to work at the gym. I did. I worked a front desk at goal. That's what I did really welcome. Made smoothies and stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Okay, I'm next. We've got Tim a girl and Tyler Hubbard at number 18 with undivided 18. You see, really got picked on school things he couldn't change. He tried his best to play two in the seventh grade. You re the fit right into you Don't fit. That's just the cold, hard to.
"laney" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"They have Wanna call a weirdo grew. I don't know who's watching her. I don't wanna get lynched by the brown i mean. I don't know that there are any. I don't i mean i'm weird like i don't i don't know that they they're succeeds. Weirdness and sure people think it's weird. But honestly i think for razor weird i think jerry's the weirdest thing i understand them because like a lot of people to calm gone have terrible terrible social anxiety and so they like that's why we dress up because we have terrible anxiety and we like become someone that's not us is there. I mean most people but yeah most people go to comecon and 'cause play have social anxiety some kind of generalized anxiety autism asperger's like some kind of mental illness. I mean it's not proven on everybody but that's like while i'd love to hear more. I think there could be some science behind that. I think you're onto something. I don't think you're wrong. I think you're i love to see if there's some signs beyond that but i think you're right. It's kinda like in big daddy when he hasn't put his glasses on his. Get your magic glasses on knowing conceive. At least i know. I said it's like in a big daddy. When he hasn't put his frankenstein put his glasses on. And he's like no one can see you and you have your glasses on version on the cape on and then take it off please. Anybody looking at saas. Well listen. I appreciate it. Let everybody know where they can find you how they can reach you and how they can get in touch and hear more laney funny on instagram. I think it's laney benny on everything. Weird to tiktok facebook. Find you on tiktok. I'm killing the game on there. Are you doing well on that. It's crazy it's crazy it sounds. I put the clippers up. And i had ten thousand subs. I was like whoa on somebody. Yeah fame blown away I appreciate it. I appreciate you taking the time to come on. It means a lot in. Thank you for educating me. I had a lot of fun with this one. I i was really curious because it's such an interesting genre. Not a lot of people open up and we'll talk about it. So i appreciate you coming on and doing it. Anytime whole tight. Let me wrap the show. I wanna thank everybody. I want to thank all the sponsors head. Over to wwi and bartolo show dot com for a complete list of the sponsors there I can't thank them all enough. Please leave reviews where broadcasts everywhere podcasts are. Heard i'm gonna roll the real and we're gonna sign out..
Trans & Jewish World-Building - Becky Silverstein, Laynie Solomon
"You just tell us a little bit about the project and what. That's all about also do you pronounce trans-hub project or trans halacha project pronunciation question cellini. We get their abbot. Even before we jump in on what the project is maybe will it. Just define our terms here right. Maybe we'll just define trans and then we'll pass it over to laney to pronounce undefined For us so what does it mean that. This is a trans project. Had we define trans for ourselves. And i think this is a definition to that one can use in the wider world right. Where trans or transgender is used as an umbrella term for anyone who knows themselves to be a gender that's different than the gender. They were assigned at birth. Folks may be like gender assigned at birth. What does that mean. is this a thing. We still do our world and of course it is right like people give birth. We look at the baby's we look at their genitalia. And we say it's a boy it's a girl and assign a particular gender based on those primary sex characteristics and then we started a forest fire. That's right and then we start a forest fire on. That actually happens a few months before birth when we're announcing the child's gender even before they're born and to be honest i'm so done with the conversation about gender reveal parties by never have to hear about another one. It would be amazing. Ya dan you know. Yeah and so. We know that when people say it's a boy or girl that folks as they're growing up and moving through the world sometimes they're like oh these words boy girl That are constructed at in the cultures in which we grow up at. Don't actually feel right to us. They don't match my internal sense itself. Those folks may choose to identify as transgender. So this is a project of the trans halacha project focused on the experience of transgender people. And it's a project facilitated by and largely participated in by by transport as well.
Layne Dalfin: What Are Your Dreams Made of and What Do They Mean?
"Let's analyze some dreams now with lamey dolphins. Are you doing laney. I'm doing great dennis. Thank you for inviting me. Oh definitely and this is an interesting topic. as i was Meandering on with you before we started the show that You know. I'm into all these spiritual things and numerology and astrology and all this but i haven't really had dreams play a major role in my life since i've been a kid So talk into a dream analyst. It will be very interesting to see how this goes As far as analyzed dreams so let's never too late to start never too late to start so kidding. So what do you think is the most important thing we can learn about dreams. While i think to begin with the most important thing i have to say especially since most people don't even realize this a dream is a conversation that you are having with yourself concerning a very specific current issue this week in your life that you are attempting to problem solve and the solution to the issue. Whether it's that you wanna break off with your girlfriend or you want to quit that job or whatever it is. That's going on in your life. The solution to the issue of course arrives in your unconscious. Mind before it gets to your conscious so if you could only understand what the heck you're trying to say to yourself and that's the reason i'm near then you can prepare for problem solving skills because you're going to get the answer faster
No Going Back to Normal with Guillermo del Toro, Zack Arnold and Laine Trzinski"
"Welcome to our podcast. It's where we asked some of the entertainment industry's brightest minds how Hollywood might reinvent itself as it comes out of the pandemic coming up filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. But first, we ask our guests in every episode, what they would do to fix Hollywood and we've talked with actors, directors, executives, and writers. But, what about the people on the frontlines the below the line workers as they're called in the business, they do vital work behind the scenes and they have a lot to say about what needs to change Hollywood is going to thrive after the pandemic members of the gig economy people that are creative professional's in. Hollywood, we're essentially chewed up and we are spit out. We are treated like we are widgets we are commodities that can be replaced. That's Zach Arnold he's a film and TV editor. He's worked on shows like empire burn notice and glee he got a lot of attention for a blog post he wrote about what could happen when production resumes the title Dear, Hollywood? We don't WANNA go back. To normal normal wasn't working. It had come from me having hundreds of conversations with people that all said the same thing because of the pandemic I had this immense amount of self awareness of how much I hated my life before all this started. Now that I'm not driving I realized how much I hated my commute now that I'm not working eighteen hours, I realized how much time I lost with my children and I received hundreds upon hundreds of responses I'm still getting them, and I still can't sift through all of them. Arnold's blog is called optimize yourself and gives advice about work life balance, which is really important in an industry that is notorious for grueling hours with no guarantee of steady employment. Arnold shares a story that he heard from film editor Walter Merch, he worked on the Godfather and apocalypse. Now, it was a famous story back in the mid to late seventies about a film that was vastly over budget and had very tight deadlines and everybody was just getting pushed to the limit with twenty hour days and they went to one of the heads of post production at Universal Studios and said, we have to do something about these demands. Everybody is dropping like flies and the response was get more flies. Nothing has changed in the last forty years. It's all about everybody having to create a miracle such that today's Miracle Dust becomes tomorrow's expectation and whatever it takes however many people it takes to figure this out they throw people at the problem and as soon as somebody can't deliver anymore they find somebody else that will and I think this is a systemic issue that needs to change, and if ever there was a time to figure it out I think it's right now the most immediate problem with that get more flies solution is that if someone on test positive for coronavirus, it isn't simply a matter of replacing that person one infected crew member could shut down an entire production. And the safety protocols that you need to prevent that that requires time and attention and money. So what we can't do a separate, the conversation of safety from the conversation of ours because the two are inextricably linked. If you're going to have a safer set, you need to have people that are healthy that have strong immune systems that are not sleep deprived. That are working regular hours. I don't know why it has gotten to a point where. We do work such long hours when honestly to have any sort of life, we shouldn't Laney trubisky is one of the many industry gig workers who read Zak's blog post she's a hairstylist and she's been in the business since nineteen ninety-three. But back in March when the pandemic hit her work stopped Gosh, it's just been ups and downs my feelings change every single day I'm not sure if I even willing to remain in the film business. Because the film business, we had before very stressful and was very hard on a lot of families and people and things have to change their for sure the hours for her makeup teams some of the longest onset they have to be there before the actors arrive and can't leave until the actors are done. Laney says the norm are fourteen or sixteen hour days, and she has worked for twenty four hour days in her career, but she's hopeful. Things will get better. There's so much time entailed in getting our disinfecting right before we even get to work and get to working on the actors that the film business is going to have to slow down I. Don't think it has a choice anymore, and I, think it will be beneficial for all of us. Laney's work requires her to be on set but people like Editors Zach? Arnold. Well, they can do a lot of their work from home. As long as their bosses sign off, just had the conversation this week with an assistant editor who was told that in order for them to be able to keep their job, they have to work in the office and they have to go into a screening room with ten or fifteen directors and producer. They can take notes because that's just the way that it is in its quote unquote impossible to. Work from home we've now learned that's not the case and people are just making these excuses number one because they don't want to put in the effort or number two because they don't Wanna spend the money but guess what disruption is uncomfortable, it is painful but this is the point where we're going to have to fix these issues because you can't just say to somebody sorry informed the standards or we're. Going to hire somebody else while it might have been possible in the past for the people doing the hiring to point to a pile of resumes and say, if you don't do this job, someone else will arnold says that's changing. Now there's nobody on that stack because nobody's willing to go in under these circumstances and that is why I think Cova such an inflection point for post for Hollywood generals that. Before whenever we've thought about what are the consequences? Well, it's going to be really long days and I'm going to be really sleep deprived and something might happen. But what are the chances now we're literally talking about losing our lives if we do this wrong and I think that is the big change that we're seeing just emotionally the groundswell is people saying your entertainment is not worth me giving my life.
Clashes continue for 5th night as anger boils over in dozens of cities across the US
"In dozens of cities yesterday large mostly peaceful demonstrations devolved into chaos in Nashville Miami Seattle and Salt Lake City Pittsburgh Phoenix New York and frankly too many other places to name protesters expressed their rage at the death of George Floyd police brutality and racism there were violent confrontations with police and police crackdown also violently they're also mass arrests and injuries among demonstrators journalists and police at least a dozen major cities declared curfews others called on the National Guard which has been historically used in response to major civil unrest there were scenes of National Guard marching through some residential neighborhoods ordering people to stay inside we go now to Los Angeles where members of the National Guard were also deployed overnight and a curfew was put in place as a state of emergency was declared NPR's Nathan rott is in a Laney joins us now Nate walk us through what happened yesterday so there is a massive peaceful protesters started around noon yesterday was in the Fairfax district in west LA which is kind of a trendy neighborhood with high end retail in a big outdoor mall and people were protesting against police violence as they are all over the country they were memorializing George Floyd the black man who died after being pinned to the ground by Minneapolis police officers and you know by all accounts it was peaceful respectful until a little later in the afternoon when we started seeing reports of police cars being set on fire and just a total breakdown of the situation this often happens a protest right when things shift as things go into the night do we know what happened yeah that's the obviously that was a little surprising loop usually these like shift to happen and I distorted broad daylight mid afternoon which is I think very concerning to a lot of city officials so you know on social media people are blaming the police for escalating tensions for responding with tear gas in this sort of militarized riot gear that has become so comically become a place around the country city officials have so far blame bad eggs in the crowd for setting things off and that's something we've been hearing in a lot of places that it's a small group of people who are agitating the situations of course that's now been politicized even with the U. S. Attorney General blaming anarchists and leftists without you know providing any proof of that but it's really hard to say what makes the situation situation shift tensions are obviously very high so it doesn't take much to spark something now doesn't we saw videos of looting and fires in many cities around the country last night it was also the case another right yeah number of retail stores in that Fairfax area were broken into goods were stolen some were set on fire I know firefighters are dealing with those fires throughout the night that prompted Ellie's mayor Eric Garcetti to announce a city wide curfew which cut a lot of people off guard because he announced an hour before it went into effect but here he is explaining why they did it and alluding to a violent protests in nineteen ninety two for following Rodney king we've seen this before in Los Angeles when the violence escalate no one wins and so everybody has to be responsible for owning this moment what do you wear a badge or whether you hold a sign I'm asking all of Los Angeles to take a deep breath and a step back for a moment it doesn't seem like the curfew worked briefly yeah the crowd started to sent that out even before the curfew started I know in other parts of the state Sacramento San Diego other large can confrontations between crowds and police I think you know what it's going to be interesting to see what happens over the next couple of days that's NPR's Nate rott in LA thank you so much yeah I think you look so we've been hearing how the nation is pulsing with anger with demands for racial justice some of that anger has translated into literal fire and for some small business owners that means there is stab each man is a casualty of the unrest and partially the Fadhel followed one of Minneapolis family and sent the story on the south side of Minneapolis the feeling and her family walk up to the door of what was my Mississippi is kitchen volunteer neighborhood walks out sorry the first time we've seen the restaurant after days of inside the walls are charred black the kitchen reduced to rubble glass and water swimming in puddles as community members were to sweep away the destruction of the looks around stunned her daughter's side as with their very very I completely I don't know how they're going to recover this her mother a Somali immigrant opened the restaurant two years ago but her tire savings in the midst of the health pandemic she closed the restaurant and she had to choose between paying for insurance and paying staff system via chose her staff that means there are no funds to rebuild this weekend her mother had planned to re opened her restaurant as the city started easing stay at home orders she spent over four thousand dollars on preparation how would it not only me many obvious she says it's not only her it's the whole street the city around her community members are sweeping boarding up buildings and helping each other almost every business on this block is damaged she speaks to Molly as her daughter interprets everything that has happened and every even though I know that I'm not gonna be able to compact discs from this economically but what has happened to George's life is not so cannot be exchanged for lotus I hope that he gets adjusted the freezer at the oven the tables they can be replaced but George for its life she says that cannot be replaced please the African American man who died after a white police officer India's next to the ground with his that's now fired officer Derek shopping has been arrested and charged with death has prompted mass protests that have erupted across the country in a call for racial justice in the rebel side defines the sign she made for her mother when the restaurant first opened none of the fiscal she loves because she always cooks sided digs out a few morning next most artifacts here I got it from this comes from somebody she puts them into a tiny pile of what is salvageable outside is the power of all that is lost her sister beyond the locks in to help she looks around but the truth is things like this happen when people feel powerless and something has to change he said she hopes the protests translate into motivated voters because back to her is real power she and her sisters started the big difference together inside the kitchen in the back so we can assess the damage it's a tunnel black walls burned debris I'm sorry she is upset because the way I just I just want to see the dentist in the kitchen alone for a moment staring into that black tunnel and then joins her family outside where people are coming together to clear the rubble with everything unfolding the pandemic has slipped many people's minds I forgot have you seen you shake hands with people twenty twenty we hear you we see we went from one crisis to the next to the next sizes now she spends her nights both protesting but also trying to protect other people stores and restaurants from destruction like emotionally torn like you're in there I don't think this is right but at the same time people are crying for help seeing six overnight there were more clashes more cries for justice as protesters demanded that all four of the fired officers involved in the death of George Floyd be prosecuted Floyd is a symbol of the many deaths of black people in police custody sided says she hopes all of
"laney" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We are back with Laney dolphin talking about dreams lately so many people seem to be under stress because of this coronavirus situation and as you had mentioned you know us they're dreaming about it and all this what can they do that let their dreams make them feel better if anything well you want do you want to record your dreams write it down and you and I have talked to before about how a picture really is worth a thousand words you don't need a big long dream with a beginning a middle and an end if you just have one picture even one picture says so much like one dreamer this week was dreaming about a scale in the bathroom and so it was about not available wait W. E. I. G. H. T. it's really about so wait W. A. I. T. all of us are doing with this quarantine and she writes about the scale I can't not see it which is true it's true what you say you always want to listen to the language of the dreamer because that's how it helps you catch the situation that triggered this morning stream maybe I should back up and give you six basic what I call points of entry that to help you uncover why you had that dream last night we should just all right let's do it let's just do that one so the first is the feelings so one guy's dreaming that his wife is cheating on him and when we look at the reflection it was really about a client that he had for twenty years which is also the exact same amount of time that he was married any streaming that his wife is cheating on him but really it's because after twenty years the client of his business somewhere else Jeez what a what a way to put some stuff together huh yeah at the end of the year so the link because we're it really is an unbelievable database but the he linked and his at the top of the terms of the relationship at twenty years and because he wasn't we hide from ourselves and we realized we avoid and we sweep and that's called welcome to the human race because that's what we do in our waking life is we don't want to look at stuff and so we still sit in the background and that's what he was doing that dreamer about the fact that he lost that client he was holding it in and you can only hold something in for so long before your dream is going to give it to you and when your dreams he said you it gives it to you big help what do you like it or not that it wants you to get it because your unconscious only delivers the truth only and always delivers the truth so where we lie to ourselves in our conscious life your unconscious never lies to you it's your higher self and so he's dreaming that his wife is cheating because that gives him the it the emotion and in protest to hold the appointment for goodness sake find out why he took his business somewhere else so the dream creates a scenario that builds up the emotion to help the dreamers lift the phone and talk about what's making him feel betrayed in his life and he realizes it's not his wife it's the client you see what I mean I get it I get it I know yours and how the body does that I've been on with you before what a great American well you get it that is something done that's one of six points right now the another one is the action in the fast as example I can think of that I think I haven't used on coast to coast he is a woman who is jumping out of a burning chair and that's an example of one picture dream not a long story she's jumping out of a burning chair and that is the action is that's a woman whose procrastinating so her unconscious gives every dream that physically makes her jump up to get to stop procrastinating and so a third one his parents and play on words and the same way as we use comes in play on words in our waking life we are constantly using them in our dreams flake I'll use myself as an example years ago and when I when I'm sixty going to be sixty eight next week okay and when I have a birthday party I was finding my voice like literally finding my voice and I had a dream a series of dreams I call my kneeling dreams always walking around on my knees and I was doing fine on my knees except one time I was in Asheville North Carolina and it started snowing and I was trying to get up the stairs to hire campus on the universe at the university and stand up and when I woke up I said to my husband I couldn't stand up and he said why who having trouble standing up to interesting and it was my brother interested so he picked up on that right away didn't he yeah because when you and you and I are going to do it tonight because when you listen to the dreamer recall their dream you will be stunned at how you hear it to you you hear it coming from the dreamer like here's another looking for a corona dream about a woman who's dreaming that she's in her childhood home and she sees and they had a park with a little mountain across the street and in the dream she spent with her newborn baby and her husband and she looks across the street and see if there is like a jacuzzi there they've built up all kind of stuff you've been pouring her husband to come across the street so I asked her what are you how do you associate a jacuzzi what surgical V. about and she says that's where she feels safe and and her childhood home where the dream takes place is also where she feels safe and another association that she has to would you could see is that her parents have been trying to decide for a long time whether they should get a jacuzzi in their country home or not so when I'm analyzing the dream I'm I accept all of your associations that happen inside the dream and I also include your responses to me about your associations from your waking life so the parents having not decided yet about whether they're going to get a jacuzzi or not how does that translate for the dreamer for that dreamer this week in this corona virus situation is a story that doesn't have an ending yet and that's frustrating to a lot of people that's right and and also scary so the dreamer is helping herself understand what's the subject the trigger the dream so now she knows she wants to look for a story that doesn't have an ending yet and when she says talking about describing the park across the street and how it's changed her language this is her sentence I can't believe everything has changed and she's worried everything has changed absolutely he's using the park across the street from her childhood home in order to say something to herself a belt two day event this week in the corona virus that everything has changed and so that's how you start looking at what's going on with the language and before I leave this dream I'm going to tell you for things the dreamer gives herself about how she can manage during this time she brings a jacuzzi in and what is her association to jacuzzi she loves them they make her feel safe that's where she had been truly goes she has a jacuzzi in our house that's when she hides out basically that's right and she even poured herself a glass of wine so she chooses an image of a place where she feels safe her parents she goes to her childhood home that's where the dream takes place in a place where she also feels uncomfortable yeah yes and even her country house and the mere mention of it outside the dream not get wasn't in the dream but just the fact that her parents are trying to decide whether they're going to put it you could see there the country houses where the family hangs out and what's the message to the dreamer the message to the dreamer is even though you're not seeing your parents right now keep in touch with them on facetime Riccio to the places where places and people we are you feel safe both soak in a jacuzzi so the dream is telling her what to do about how she can't believe that everything has changed how many people in need don't understand their dreams can interpret their dreams most people and that's why I'm here and I really mean it because you're you're unconscious is the best shrink that you could ever have because if you if your inner self guiding you to giving you the tools that you need at this particular time to manage your way through this and it's so miraculous to me even it's like forty seven years later and I sitting here during this during this quarantine period hearing dreams from people positively fascinated that we're all dealing with the same subject in each of us is doing it in our own way well we sure are and but you say the sub conscious really tries to take over to make things better for us it does you want another example sure because I mean I'm not having a June two when commercials are coming that's my job don't worry about it okay you just keep talking when I interrupt you that's time to leave okay and so here's a third example of that came to me from a Facebook follower that he wins and this is another example of why you don't need a big long story he wins a two hundred and fifty million dollar lottery so he is like an online lottery that's the whole dream and so that's another theory it like it's another theory that's being proven and this is what the theory is sometimes we get so low first to longer and we actually forget what it feels like to feel good and so when that happens that you feel solo your unconscious is going to give you a heads up hi and that's why this dreamer has a dream that he won two hundred and fifty million dollars and the his unconscious succeeded because he got out he didn't get up feeling better and so just the same way that I was talking about the rehearsal dreams giving you a been there done that this is an example of take that feeling and run with it because that's what the dream does first of all it creates a balance because the dreamers feeling so low and so the lottery makes him feel so high and it creates a physiological balance inside your system so you're unconscious is taking care of you that way but at the same time it's also reminding the dreamer what it feels like to feel good and he felt better yesterday after having that dream so he kind of righted himself by having a dream like that need to stay now like bill Murray's groundhog day dreams where they kept coming over and over again recurring dreams why do people do that why do they dream the same dream maybe several times well sometimes you're repeating because your unconscious wants to make sure that you get it and do you remember when we were in school that that kind of business about read it write it beside it read it right beside it that's how we learn we repeat and so you saw that actually in Jacquelyn stream chips who used feeling safe to say a few I feel safe to herself she used it by the repeat she uses it in the jacuzzi her parents Aarons chip in her childhood home and her country health and the when you deconstruct those images your she's saying the same darn thing to herself I want to feel safe and so she's just repeating it and that's what all of us are doing it's like I often say that before I went on television for the first time about eighteen years ago I was dreaming about a ghost and what does that mean it means I'm scared because I was scared and then later on I was dreaming that I was standing on the abyss of a cliff and what does that mean it means I'm scared and then closer to the morning I dreamt about my grade five teacher and what does that mean it also means I'm scared so that's one way that we repeat we repeat inside the dream and I think you are also just to encompass repeating dreams that happened over a period of.
"laney" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Laney did I'm a corona virus so the whole Sam shocker said to Dr drew Pinsky you'll you'll you'll believe her vice president pence right personally handle is considering how he mishandled the HIV epidemic in twenty fifteen the needle exchange program which one study said actually contributed to more deaths are you don't know what they're talking about we used to point a couple easier responded to the opiate of the HIV epidemic as a model for the country I don't know what they're talking about the only reason I felt comfortable with him because like president was I was aware of his track record in Indiana he's handling these problems and they handle it better than most states in any other state so I don't know what the hell people are talking about dentistry news this is you cannot when pence was governor you remember they pass the religious freedom restoration act and it was in response to the left discriminating against Christians the public square and so Indiana passed legislation with religious freedom restoration act was simply restored and codified another one of the first amendment dot media went nuts this is a this is an attack against homosexuals and they went on to try to find businesses who would that not bake a cake for a gay wedding reception or whatnot bake a bunch of pizzas for one and I found a twenty year old girl who was managing a family pizza some small town they going all over the state try to find a phone as well if if if I ever get a couple came in and ordered features for your for a wedding reception when you when you when you say we want to go here is a list that's all it took that business the media throughout state Indiana focusing on what a bunch of rules what a bunch of homophobes what a bunch of bigots and so forth and they did the same thing with with pants in the handling of aids they can't because **** there's no way that a conservative is ever going to be given credit or acknowledged for doing anything positive the homosexual community in the medical arena and here's Penske setting people straight on how it's all fake news that parents didn't know what he was doing and because the whole area lose ground there's another bite I have for him back five we're going to go backwards we'll get to that after this break don't go away the mainstream American media just won't rush but he I'd beaten network news radio twelve hundred W. away on I ordered in this is the full investor insights with Stiefel chief investment officer Michael okay Michael the coronavirus really seems to be impacting the markets what's the latest update the S. yesterday US stock markets saw their greatest daily decline since they operate the S. and P. five hundred was up four point four percent the Dow Jones industrial average down four point four percent the nasdaq the more tech oriented index off four point six percent in the Russell two thousand the smaller company stock index was up three and a half percent investors are clearly worried about the corona virus all trying to gauge the impact of the virus on their day to day lives businesses and the global economy overall markets have passed what's called a correction territory meaning down over ten percent from highs what are you telling clients what we're actively talking to clients earlier in the week we devised a framework designed to monitor how the economy markets are affected and we're reminding clients that stock market corrections though painful are normal this one so far has just brought us back to market levels that were records in October as people were helping clients work through the corona virus today publishing a letter podcast and video on the topic.
Lesotho's first lady to be charged with killing PM's former wife
"The cities the first lady has been charged with the murder of the prime minister's previous wife my science upon a tent herself in to police said earlier on Tuesday after emerging from hiding in South Africa Wednesday for Laney reports First Lady my sire tiny is expected to spend the night in a holding cell the city's police commissioner who moment DDD confirmed to the BBC that Mrs top on it would be brought to the High Court on Wednesday to be formally charged for the twenty seventeen murder people a Lotta money who had been embroiled in a bitter divorce battle with prime minister Thomas tiny was shot near her home in the outskirts of the capital just two days before his inauguration it is not clear if Mrs turbine it will apply for bail the police have said if she does they will oppose a bit as she is believed to be a flight
Michael Smith on the Paul Finebaum Show
"You're listening to the Paul Finebaum Show podcast and we're delighted to welcome all of you back. Oh one of the Tru truly great reporters On the on the college sports business seen in Michael Smith joining us now. In one of the most recent issues of the Sports Business Journal talking about The first six years of the College Football Ballpoint Michael Great to have you on we. We're always looking for ways to talk. I'd rather do it other than on the only on the air. But we're delighted to have you here and I wanna I just first of all Just have you do reflect on some of the reporting that you did in this piece as well as your own observations of the first uh for six years of the College Football playoff. Hey Paul thanks for having me So good catch up with you and You know the point of the story was to look at the College Football Playoff Championship game. We're six years into it now. The the deal it is being goes twelve years so we felt like at at this midpoint on the TV contract. It was a good time to kind of take stock of what has worked what has not worked and so we went out and hold a lot of marketing then media experts and got their opinions on on that question and so as you can imagine. Most of the feedback was positive It's better than the system we had before But it still leaves a lot of questions in terms of how do you grow the TV audience. Had He made it. It could schedule more consistent so we don't have two weeks between the semi final and final. How do we keep games off of New Year's Eve questions like that that they continue to come up and no real solution for right now you also took look with ESPN executives About the time of the game. And that's a that's that's a complaint you get all the time this year. The game ended. I think twelve fourteen no the game a couple of years ago when even later an and Michael you and I live on the East eastern time zone we forget there are people in California who are three hours behind us but That's not going to change. There's a no it's not gonNA change you know. Five of the six championship games have gone past midnight. And like you said some going well past midnight and that's where it really comes down to. How competitive the game is and with LSU pulling away at that point the viewer show probably after midnight was not as great raise. It would have been saved for the Alabama Georgia overtime game. No it's a really good point Let me ask you since you are You know all these people pool and I know you just go through spending some time and can't wait to hear more about it with Jim Delany in Nashville. Who Retired how? How does college football allow the Big Ten and the PAC twelve and more importantly the Rosebowl? Aw dictate everything else that goes around it. The that's kind of age old question June and You know there. There's such an allegiance. There's such loyalty to to the ball. Games like especially the Rosebowl like you pointed out often and that really is one of the major factors. You know the rosebowl being locked in at that time. New Year's Day on factors I y you cannot consistently put the semifinals on New Year's Day. And then come back with the championship game a week later And there there's just It's almost hard to explain. But there there's such a sense of The the Rose Bowl has been so. Oh good to college football that you do have loyalists like Jim Laney and others the you know who the SEC. In the sugar bowl for example that They they don't want to relinquish that. And so the only way to make sure the Rose Bowl and sugar bowl maintain that status as they own new year's Day. I wonder again. I have great admiration for Delaney and the fact that I would give him the credit here. I think you can correct a For being able to do this and then what did the SEC do. As you've reported Mike's life came in and said okay. If they're going to do that we wanna own the sugarbowl Slob of the problem with the sugar. The ball slot. Mike is at the game. Doesn't start till nine o'clock right. You know that's you know that's an aspect active Of all the experts that we talked to media marketing is worth. We talked to the one criticism or the one Miss when you talk about a hitter misses that kept coming up was the inconsistency the scheduling and maybe not being able to capitalize as much on in the semifinal games as they would like you know we saw the TV audience really spiked with that first championship game between Satan Oregon Oregon and since then it's Kinda settled in lower number right around twenty five million viewers. That's a fantastic crowd in this definitely It definitely gives. ESPN the ability to own that that evening. But when you think about the Super Bowl being eighty five to ninety million million viewers compared to twenty five million for the College Football Championship. You wonder how. How is the CFPB championship game? Going to grow its viewership and And the inconsistency of this is one of the factors that a lot of people pointed to that that could limited going forward and and I wonder listen. I don't I don't want to minimize twenty five million people That's a big number and when you look at the most watched events of the year after the super bowl off the collar after the Super Bowl and the in the NFL playoffs College football biggest night is huge. But I'm just watching it this week and I realized the Kobe tragedy has has cast a pall but From here on as you know Michael you're in the sports business world the Super Bowl. Aw is as big of an event as there is in the world and college. Football just seem like it's sandwiched in between the NFL. Playoff off games on Saturday and Sunday right. So this schedule if you think about it There were three. NFL Sundays in between the semi finals. The final amazing and so that goes back to the consistency question the scheduling and being able to maximize the opportunity to college. Football has to to own certain days as and when you think about cargo owning January first and neither the finals nor the semifinals are on January. First it seems a little counterintuitive and January. I was a huge day. I mean the the audience for the Michigan Alabama Citrus Bowl was was Gargantuan and so it's not like ESPN is going broke on this. I mean they're still doing pretty well. And maybe maybe the maybe. Maybe they're better off owning the semi final day and New Year's Day. I don't know I'm just a lowly employees at ESPN. But my question to you is what happens next We're sick. We're we're six years in then every year. There's this rampant speculation that something's about to change and it never seems to. You know all these people you spend a lot of time with the college football powerbrokers our brokers Between now and when are they going to alter if assuming they are the college. Football playoff are more people are more schools getting again we. That's a great question and an access is is definitely one of the one of the questions that I post a lot of the people that work in that space and There's there seems to be a consensus that that the commissioners at least are willing to talk about. That's a good thing. That's a step forward but I don't know of anyone who thinks it's going to happen before this. This twelve year contract runs. It runs its course and so it could happen in the next contract. I I definitely think it's something that will be discussing the talk about you know not keep coming back to this loyalty to bowl games. One of the one of the arguments that I hear against the eighteen playoff is about those four teams that lose in the in the quarterfinals awesome. They don't get the bowl experience. Well if you're one of those four teams they lost in the quarterfinals. Would you rather have a shot at being in the playoff. Who would you rather be able to spend a couple of days at a theme park having your bowl experience and so those it almost sounds kind of silly but those are the kind of conversations that are taking place when they're contemplating expansion and let me ask you Michael I mean this year we had the the the the peculiarity of the lending tree bowl in mobile with all due. Respect to lending three which happens to be headquartered around the corner from where we were sitting having a bowl game on Monday night and I realized I was a Corcoran the schedule but that late in the process I mean is that experience really that meaningful. I I've been to the College Football Bowl Association. I've heard what those guys say and they work very hard but still It just seems discombobulated up to me and many others. Yeah you know I. I guess that's just to me the the the the mid to third week in December bowl and and also the ones that you're talking about leading up to the championship game and early January. I just you know. Obviously they're important. TV CONTENT FOR ESPN but also they provide an opportunity to go on. PREGAME halftime the post game to talk about the next game. And so it's all part of the build up in an intersection that way. You know one other thing. I was thinking about fall. We're talking about kind of the future of the CFP in this current contract in years. Eleven and twelve. They're still to championship game sites to be determined. And that's something that will happen in the next couple of years but That's one of the things I'm GONNA be. Watching is what two cities are able to land. There's there's last two championship games in this twelve year cycle. What I'm curious before you go? What what are the next couple of years? Look like for the CIP in terms of In terms of site well Indianapolis is in there somewhere. It it is Is going to go obviously Miami and La to the new stadium in Houston. Okay then those last two years are to be determined. But you could definitely envision like Las Vegas a while you could invade eh envision somebody like Orlando that has bid for championship games in the past. you could go to north to a minneapolis or two met met life in New Jersey New York Those are those are some of the sites that I think this year Vegas is going to get a pretty good workout with what's to the NFL draft and everything else. It's hard to imagine not being in the Niger. That's a lot of a lot of places are going Michael Michael Fascinating If it's a really incredible read and of course anytime Vince Thompson is quoted. My eiser all over it Thank you for coming coming on. Just just one of the most knowledgeable people in the industry and you must follow Michael to keep up with things in the sports business platform. Warm Michael Comeback. Soon thank you very much greg. My friend all. It's great to have you Michael Smith just an outstanding reporter and I can't wait there He spent last Last week with Jim Delany Just after his retirement and that is going to be fascinating to to read
Alec Baldwin: Trump supporters responsible for 'near moral collapse' of US
"Bill o'reilly how you doing good luck have you been very good you have a new book coming out to right yeah may twelfth killing Crazy Horse the merciless Indian wars in America they were they were merciless I'll tell you speaking of trump I'm look this Alec Baldwin he tweets out that the the trump and his supporters are responsible for the destruction of America what the hell are these people talking about well you know I see it so different than Alec Baldwin even though we were raised on Long Island within miles of each other and I've known for a long time the real threat are the people who are now calling for Vince Vaughn not to have a career any longer because he spoke with president trump last night at the college football championship game so that's the threat Alec if you're listening all right not people who may support Donald Trump because they believe that a traditional America and one that has a strong economy is good for them to that's not the problem the problem is the fascists on Twitter and the sashes who run the entertainment industry and I include television and I who will destroy people with whom they disagree this is the same thing that happened in style in the Soviet Union in was Laney's Italy and Hitler's Germany is exactly the same thing and back then if the dictators felt that you were supporting someone they didn't like you were done your whole life was over you could be in Dachau the next day that's what these Twitter people are doing with the absolute enabling of the media and that's the
Trump calls on other countries to abandon Iranian nuclear deal
"President trump addressed the nation today his first words got right to the point as long as I'm president of the United States Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon after Ron made good on its threats and fired ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq that house US troops it was a very tense night there were no reported casualties or injuries today the president touted America's military might but also said we do not want to use it he called on other nations to come together to strike a new deal to manage Iran's nuclear ambitions nations have tolerated Iran's destructive and destabilizing behavior in the Middle East and beyond those days are over Iran has been the leading sponsor of terrorism in their pursuit of nuclear weapons threatens the civilized world we will never let that happen tension is still in the air tonight at least two rockets fell in the green zone near the US embassy in Baghdad but without causing any casualties to make sense of all this we spoke with evil doll earlier today he served as US ambassador to NATO for four years during the Obama administration and is now president of the Chicago council on global affairs I as ambassador dollar for his gut reaction to trump's remarks today well I think we came to the brink of war and the president wisely decided to step down and away from that brink and decide that the escalation I've gone on far enough the danger of getting into a war at the con too great and the right thing to do now was to take the temperature down a little bit were there specific things trump said that really stood out for you yeah I think he said that he took the reigning in action as a way to stand down from the escalation and you said that was a good thing I think that was the right interpretation and your radiance decided that they have to respond in some form militarily to the killing us generals who the money and did so by making clear that they have to respond from Iran was a missile attack that in the end did damage to materials but not to people in the house in court in terms of what trance overall strategy is with Iran were you able to draw any conclusions today well here's the problem because the overall strategy that he has pursued since walking away from the nuclear deal in may of twenty eighteen has failed it led us to the brink of war because rather than Iran giving in to our maximum pressure campaign they decided to engage in what the Ron calls maximum resistance and as a result the two fundamental objectives that we have set ourselves a modification in Iran's behavior with regard to the beach and a further constraints on its nuclear program both of those objectives are further away today than they were in may twenty eighteen so rather than continuing down the sale pass this is the time it seems to me when the president having seen and stood at the brink of for what you re assessors entire strategy I'll take a new approach a lot of people think Iran's long game is getting the US out of Iraq completely informally making a racket total proxy of Iran is that what you believe that's what the Ayatollah Khamenei S. at today it's what president who I need tweet it today that clearly they want not only the United States out of Iraq they want the United States out of the region that is not in our interest it is in our interest to continue to have good relations and the continued presence economic political military in the region and therefore we have different objectives the question is are we going to achieve that through war are gonna cheetah through diplomacy an effective strategy I think the answer ought to be go for more effective strategies and we should up today which was only lettuce incredible yeah and as a former diplomat where is the room for pharmacy between the US and around at this point well the first thing to do is to re engage with our allies in Europe and indeed the China and Russia all of whom were members and signed up to the nuclear we have found ourselves now isolate once again alone in the world when it comes to both Iran writ large and the nuclear question specifically and rather than this the present it today calling on other countries to walk away from the nuclear deal we need to re engage with those parties and indeed with Ron to get back to the negotiation that allows for more stringent limitations on Iranians nuclear program a better and more coordinated strategy with our allies to deal with Iranian this behavior in the region and other stops but the first step for us is rather than telling the Europeans that they should do something they're not going to do which is get out of this agreement was to start working with the Europeans to find a common strategy towards the region in general and towards the Iran but the very first thing out of president trump's mouth today even before he said hello to the audience was Iran will never have a nuclear bomb basically as long as I'm alive well and I hope that that he's right about that that is a strategy that his two predecessors have also been pursuing but if that's the question why would he even go back to the negotiating table well because the way to get around without nuclear weapons is one of two ways you either prevented from doing so militarily and we just saw how dangerous that Rhodians or you do it through diplomacy so the trying we have decided that military action and further escalation is not the right way to go the only option we have left is diplomacy not diplomacy starts not just with Tehran but more importantly with our allies in Europe with Russia and China and even a dollar if you have the ear of the Iranian leadership what would you tell them I would tell them that if they want to make sure that their people I have a better economic future they need to engage with the United States and European allies Russia and China to find a new agreement that puts stringent limitations on if you're clear program while allowing it to gauge economically but the rest were if a dollar served as ambassador to NATO from two thousand nine to two thousand thirteen is currently the president of the Chicago council on global affairs thank you very much thank you for on a run in perspective on the crisis we reached out to send up a semi and Iran's capital she teaches American studies at Tehran university and a sympathetic to Iran's government from early in the morning could ever different feelings coming from the Iranians some of are very proud of what the Iranians have gone specially the military bases his target as was considered as one of the major cases on the fact that nothing happened to the missiles and they targeted the place of a proud of this at the same time people were worried about the reaction of the United States so for the Iranians I think the major issue right now is that this will in a sense of making Americans to withdraw from from the whole Middle East I think this was one of the major issues that was raised by Iran's supreme leader today inherent in his speech where he sat okay because a slap on the face of the Americans you tacked to the base and however he also said that the major issue for all is and that the Americans were little from the whole Middle East and did you get a sense of what might be around position if the US does not withdraw from at least Iraq I think the Iranians would wait and see what happens and if this presence means that the Americans are going to target you're wanting an interest you Manian figures official figures and for a day that would be another harsh reaction it was really interesting to hear trump began his speech with a straight line saying that Iran will never in my time have a nuclear bomb but after that let's hear president trump describing what he sees right now as a wrong position far ran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world so Xena is Arron standing down well first of all Iranians never claimed a D. are developing a nuclear weapon so first of all I think this assumption is that wrong or the premises long itself so what I would say is a doing is I'm not making a nuclear bomb and the whole thing is a mistake president trump also said this our missiles are big powerful accurate lethal and fast under construction or many hypersonic missiles the fact that we have this great military equipment however does not mean we have to use it we do not want to use it American strength both military and economic is the best deterrent then of a semi do you accept that statement at face value is this now the the opportunity for both parties to de escalate and we'll tensions now he's well I don't think there would be any signs of relations in the foreseeable future was what happened to draw also a money and his **** shin if it has a significantly you and make a major blow to the feelings of the Iranian so you so the massive presence of Iranians for the funeral of the journal essentially money in gun raising the issue of getting close or friends at this time since very in a sense very stupid because how you can kills a high ranking official Iranian also show and then talking about having translations a day Laney ins is enough but before this whole escalation started between Iran and the U. S. there were these demonstrations in Iran over corruption and austerity what happened to those well actually what happened was that the Iranians became very United after what happened to Joe will slay money especially yesterday when the this funeral was taking place and I wasn't street I so people from different walks of life participating in the funeral because general Soleimani was like a sort of person who did not belong to specific Uranian political party he had a very simple life and people felt like he was also leaving the same or similar life close to the ordinary Iranians and this I actually created this universe themselves from being United against a foreign invasion once I got to say there were reports of many victims killed by running authorities during and after those demonstrations I mean do you think the families of those right those victims are just giving up and United by soul monies that suddenly I don't have contact with these people to ask about their feelings however this is the sort of thing that might happen in any other country then a foreign invasion or in front of a four nation is vice people usually get United and they put aside their differences so this majority I might say that these are all day actually are United not not just FOR D. Iranian government but for did hold the integrity of the lawn and its security xenon high semi teaches at the university of Tehran she joined us from the capital of Ron thank you very much thank you for having
"laney" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Bedtime with Kate to Laney and Greg step in and once again a pleasure to be joined by our pal Tracy brown of body language expert as we continue the conversation on body language tells and all that kind of stuff that so fascinating to me here on Forbes books at bed time for absolute accuracy when you're trying to detect the big lies the ones that are really important the ones that are you know it can be very incriminating you don't want to rely on that what you want to do is rely on that is a significant shift in behavior so example this and it's been back in the news lately is is the Jon Benet Ramsey murder and you know its but not a little issues here in boulder Colorado really just right across the way over here little girl Christmas Eve founded in in her basement debt right murder in so the question is who did it right because the cops told he botched the investigation and there's just not investigations like that in boulder there's never practiced there's nothing goes on here that significant except that right did the mom do it to the dead due to the brother do it well you know it came back as a twenty year anniversary that like it's the kind of unbelievable and and her brother Burke he's grown up now is like thirty he does this interview with Dr Phil and and they ask him okay there is there is a baseball bat on the side of the house did you hit your sister with it and he has a certain pattern with his eyes he goes up down and then he crosses over when he answers right now did you eat pineapple with your sister up down crosses over now and then then Dr Phil asks did you hear anything that night and his his pattern totally chefs in his eyes go crazy he hit his lips disappear like that when your lips disappeared means you're holding back information his tone ships it goes a little bit higher he goes in his eyes go big like that and when people's eyes go big it's it's fear and so he does no so so did he did it and then they'll ask did you tell your sister any does the same pattern that he did with the baseball bat in the in the pile up down cross no and do you know who killed your sister up down no but he heard something and he's not saying it is so is he is he guilty well not a field a sister I don't believe but he he knows more than that he say so when.
Blaney beats Newman in photo finish to advance in playoffs
"Reid beats Ryan in a tight finish at Talladega superspeedway and does the peas jury Jordan report be the dancing to the third round of the NASCAR playoff Ryan Blaney edge passed Ryan Newman by nose to win a chaotic and crash filled NASCAR race at Talladega superspeedway locking us up into the next round of the playoffs Laney's win came on a rare Monday finish as rain postponed the action about a quarter of the way through on Sunday leading three times for a total of thirty five laps didn't mean much coming to the checkered flag though as he and Newman bounced off each other in the final few hundred feet no was disappointed with the fish but said he gave everything he and his car had to get to the lead the card just didn't play out in his favor following Newman to the line was Denny Hamlin in
"laney" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Tier four different things health lifestyle faith family stuff like that and on this episode i interviewed walker hayes and his wife laney and they did all four things with me. There's laughter tears inspiration. Hopi love it as much as i do. Subscribe on apple podcasts. Listen on iheartradio or wherever you get your podcasts and here is talker hayes who never ak ak. Thanks for life always pretty ready but he was pretty beautiful little mouth with amy brown ladies forty.
"laney" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"Oh i do down august thirty first yeah. No i now see i'm not that into all that my husband aena he's on the countdown and i'm like gosh. I'm very lucky. Laney laney's like avid sports like if i was like hey we're going to have a special vessel date tonight. I have a surprise for you if i was like hey i got tickets to cardinals game or braves game or a football game. She would lose her mind like that's. That's where where she likes to hang and again. I'm i'm a lucky lucky dude. She knows more about pro baseball than i do right now. I'm on the road singing. I i don't really know you get to watch every game and she'll be like do the red sox lost by this much and this is how this was crazy and just watch it by herself like after i think it's probably been since getting since having boys and they've gotten older and them at baseball and then just kind of getting into it and then watching some games with them. You know it's kind of been a process i i can't say i was always like that but it is a fun thing to do as a family and we're kind of obsessed with playing the show on the playstation welcome so we've gotten a lot of baseball knowledge that way too. I do love football not wake up. Four of our kids were august baby. This show as they say oh okay he goes to the red sox play with the dodgers she so could talk speaking that right now and i'm just hearing a song. She lags red doc. I like dodgers right. Put it on a shirt just getting but i know we mentioned the the merchant i and this stuff about walker. I just want to say to you can go to walker hayes dot com right walker now because i mean you get get it. Check it out and use a monkey it.
"laney" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"With our first kid laney always had like a mini bag of fresh carrots pureed asparagus now. We started avocado lucky charms. It is interesting how you change your. It's just you know it's like wait eight. Why am i so stressed. I mean i feel like we still have aspirations and goals of keeping them healthy and getting them interested in like things that are going to be good for them but but at the end of the day like a bowl of cereal isn't going to hurt anybody but i mean i used to be pretty an even like a little judgy and i take it all back. I don't. I'm not judgy but i remember i would see. I was like i mean because my mom had me that. I eat sugary cereals. I will say we don't have we know of lucky charms. I know yes. I know that's what i'm saying. If i'm out a more i might go oh that route but now it's like even even the convenience sometimes of i think on every morning like stevenson got up and i was like hey buddy. He's what's for breakfast and i was like. Can you just pour yourself bowl and it was amazing. I was like this is the life right. Yes i can't even imagine ideal way up here in the clouds and then there's real life and it doesn't always know though of sugar cereal i will say it has an immediate effect on our kids attitudes so then selfishly like eat a banana right mouse because i just don't want to deal with the way you're going to act after you leave right got serial saying that struggle is real with the dietary stuff is for real. Oh yeah i can see it too and my kids but then sometimes well sometimes kim's. It's like you're saying leaning like you. Just you don't wanna miss out on experiences with your kids like you don't waste. I'm doing the yard if you're missing out on stuff with your kids like for me. I felt like i was sorta going to be the same way about like ice cream creamer different things and then there's times you got a family and we all get it together and it's like if i was trying to be up tight about it. We'd miss out on those moments like kids. Love treats like that and construe you know. I don't want to be like so uptight. I can't even enjoy ice cream with my kids but <hes> okay simple four we again back to don't let her which you should be downloading now on itunes support report walker and laney and they're six kids but let's listen to a few more lyrics to see where we are kind of like. Let me turn it up not a professional here but hold on ever seen her favorite flower lower. Don't ever watch the office without after shirts available in your favorite season spoke..
"laney" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Case Laney in this Jane sense counts they strawberry did not want lane to start and almond with the case Avenue that wasn't a crash a guaranteed and also slam out dunk in front conviction of the village square shopping center and in Middletown and on Shelby as road you look near police at Avenue intense accident that word our next intent report in ten becomes minutes Bobbie in Ellis in a newsradio court room eight forty WHAS word that would have been focused on by the defense like a laser beam and drooling intent is very difficult to do yeah absolutely beyond intent there's a second issue here which is the classification of the da document that was actually leaked to the media which is the most egregious of the examples and and the call me Sam one was a document that didn't have markings on it saying it was classified until after he returned to the FBI about fairness he stole the document from the FBI given his wars before have gone through the review process that's bad conduct but it's very hard for a jury to say well listen it was marked classified when he lied to the art we get you didn't follow the rules but we can't prove that he knew was classified when the Senate that's why the prosecutors made the decision they did it if they want to make a decision whether with Jim call me or Joe Smith and I and I think prosecutors would do this every day you have discretion when you realize that a jury might not grasp or might not appreciate the nuances of the case that doesn't mean Jim commies out of hot about trouble in any way actually perform the his testimony before Congress is still being examined for truthfulness and his conduct in signing that first FISA warrant what he knew before you signed it what the FBI allowed itself to represent that we now know not to be true those are things that are more serious issue that I still think linger so if we were going and if we were going to name the reports we would say the likely Thursday not a hundred percent I hear it's likely yeah all right which is the the minor calmly report by heart what's that we're going to get the full fight is a report what is your timeline for that that will be the one that will prove beyond any doubt premeditated fraud in order to get a a FISA application denying American citizens their constitutional rights and due process and literally committing a premeditated fraud on the court for also the purposes of spying on a opposition party campaign a president elect and then the president of the United States that will be big that will be I think that'll be mid September to early October is a time frame I'm hearing from people that are in the know but in between that FISA report in the economy report there could be a second report interim report that comes out that takes a look at the culture of leaking inside the FBI and the practice of FBI agents allowing for a leak to occur and then using the leaked information the newspaper or media report that comes from it as potential evidence are looking at that as well that could be a separate report given that the breast of evidence I'm told they found in that in that practice so that would be the circular reporting that we've discussed often already that that their media allies conspiracy theorist tax like old let's say Michael is a cough was a conspiracy theorist and a propaganda suit just brings whatever they stole the print I actually hearing something a little different we'll compare notes welcome back Jon Solomon executive vice president of the hell investigative reporter AM we we are waiting what will be at least three reports maybe now based on what he's telling me for but we'll take a break we'll come back we'll continue.
Mitsotakis appoints his cabinet
"Turning to grace the newly elected prime minister Kiriakis mixer Tackett has assembled his cabinet and he's tough to budget specialist for finance minister books a Laney have reports Greek prime minister okay yeah cause me to die case has chosen cases take with us as finance minister dust with negotiating the relaxation of Greece's fiscal targets to free up room for tax cuts and other measures designed to boost economic growth Kim ministers in the cabinet of Nicholas and yes at the foreign ministry I'm not is here yeah these at the economy and investment ministry handling important privatization projects ankles decided that case at the country's energy ministry facing up troubled public power corporation in a sense a landing strip up Bloomberg they break
"laney" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"Hayes is such an incredible vulnerable emotional episode Laney walks you through her love story with Walker Hayes. They met in high school started dating their seventeen. We go through their ups and downs actually there. I it was a month monster truck rally really cute. But she just talks about their whole journey together his career. They have six kids together, and she was pregnant with her seventh and they lost their seventh child in childbirth. And Laney is very open about that story and she shares it, and she shares her feelings, and she shares the entire tire journey, and it's really it's really incredible. Just hearing her talk about it, and she wants to use the story for healing and to help others, and I just think she's so brave. And so strong to be able to share this. And so, I'm so grateful to share with you guys. Whether you've gone through something that is so emotionally hard and painful, or you know someone that has just to hear how someone has walked this walk in is coming out with faith in grace is so inspiring. So get excited for Laney and just I just want to thank her for being so honest and vulnerable with this story with me, she also talks about Walker, and they're sweet relationship, how they're so good at communicating he loves to communicate. He's a romantic and his newest song. Don't letter is all about Laney and how much he loves her, and it's so sweet and their stories amazing. And I just think the way they're using their lives in walkers, platform, Laney's speaking up and using. Her voice to help others. He'll is truly remarkable. So here's lane. Hayes. Okay. Hey, Laney Hayes. Hi, what's going on? Oh, feeling a little out of my comfort zone..
Presidential candidates flock to California for state Democratic convention
"High. If you haven't heard already, San Francisco is the place to be this weekend. That is if you happen to be democratic presidential candidate for the twenty twenty election, fourteen candidates are descending on the bay area for this year's democratic state convention, there hobnobbing with California's delegates in trying to wrestle up in Seattle for their presidential bids here to talk more about what's going on this weekend is cuties politics, correspondent, Maria logos amory's, so the state of been getting a lot of attention from presidential candidates is California, the next Iowa or New Hampshire. Probably not. I mean, there's kind of forty million reasons why we're different state than those places. I mean, look, I wouldn't Hampshire have early caucuses they've always been sort of a bellwether for how the primaries going to progress with different this year. Is that we did move. Our primary to March third. We're on Super Tuesday now and California has over four hundred delegates almost five hundred delegates. And so we have an opportunity to really sort of help shape, who ends up getting called out of this massive field of two dozen candidates, and they are paying more attention, I should say they've always come here for money. I think they're doing more campaign events this time around, because of that really primary, and we should also mention that we don't have a winner, take all democratic primary system. It's a personal. So there's actually an argument for coming and trying to pick off even a couple of dozen of those delegates just because the pool is so big here. So this convention, it isn't open to the public. But if you are into politics, you can still see some of these presidential candidates. Yeah. So a lot of them are coming. And I'm sure they're doing fundraisers, too, but they're also doing campaign events outside of the convention Elizabeth. Warren was actually at Laney college. In Oakland last night. Bernie Sanders is holding a rally in San Jose today at five, Cory Booker Harris Sanders Warren are all doing events with move on. The word field in San Francisco that one's also closed unless you already had tickets. But you can livestream at home. So lot of -tunities actually see these people face to
Stand Out in the Crowd with These Expressions
"Okay. Lindsey. Could you read our listeners question for us? Absolutely. Here's the question. Dear Lindsey, Michelle. And Jessica my name is your Laney osservato from Costa Rica? I've been listening to you every day since one year ago. I I would like to know how to use out, for example, the word send out so she wants to know how to use that word. Great question. You're laney. Yeah. And you know, it's it's interesting 'cause the word out is used all the time and like in. So many different freezes Frizzell Arabs, just I mean, it's it's amazing. How dynamic this word is. I mean, so it's us all the time. So I mean, so what does it mean? I mean, it's the opposite of in right? But it's Houston so many more ways than that. Right. So I mean, basically means a way for from something like when I looked it up. I remember I mean, it's funny to look up the word out because it's not in the like, but I actually looked it up. And I think I remember seeing like oh like away from the center or something like that. And so I was thinking of it more as meaning like a way so away from the inside or away from something else. And you'll see why you know, bring this up in the second. But so what is send out Lindsey, well, send out so for example to send something away literally or metaphorically? Okay. So here's a sample sentence. I need to send out my thank you notes. That means that you need to send them away. I mean, you need to get them to the people out away from you and out to them right send now. Right. Right. Right. Right. Or you might say like I'm sending out like like positive thoughts. Are I'm spent sending out like good vibes or something like that. And that would be more like, you know, not not literally that you're sending them. But you know, more of an idea. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. So this word out is huge. And you know, I could we could do eight hundred. Episodes. We could do. All podcast the whole the whole series is about the word out. There's just so many. So, but I chose a few of them today that I thought would be good so Lindsey. What's what's the first one? All right. So the first one is out, right? So stand out is to be noticeable or to be different. Right. So this is this way this idea of thinking about the word out as not necessarily physically just being like like out or in. But being like a way away from the norm. Right. Yes. So here's a sample sentence. She has blue hair. So she really stands out in the crowd. Yeah. So stan. So that's another one we say sometimes you say like standout in the crowd. Right. Amongst you know, in see if people you know, that this is noticeable or different right? Exactly. It's a stand out. And you know, we could go more into this word, but a lot of times, at least in our culture. It's it's actually a good thing to stand out when you're an adult when kid. It's kind of like scary because maybe your awkward, you don't wanna stand out. But when you're an adult or even in the in your job and your career. It's good to stand out. It's
"Bomb cyclone" hits Colorado bringing treacherous conditions
"A major winter storm is hitting the mountain west and moving into the midwest in the Denver metro area alone about two hundred thousand people are without power and a major interstate remains closed Colorado public radio, Dan Boyce reports on the rare blizzard meteorologists are calling a bomb cyclone this name bomb cyclone stems from the. The intensity of this particular storm system where a rapid drop in air pressure leads to very high winds along with heavy precipitation, though, starting out in the morning along Colorado's front range, the weather system seems more like intense spring showers. I'm standing in the rain outside a WalMart in Colorado Springs. I've already seen some people joke on social media this morning about being glad they have out there. Rain shovels yet. Several people are walking out of the store with new snow shovels, including Laney Feick early this morning. She didn't think the storm seemed all that bad until she drove up to her job in the nearby mountains. And it was crazy. Just heavy snow everywhere. And so I looked it down here. So I didn't have to drive through the past when it was horrible. And now, she's heading home. Yep. Gotta toy for the cat. Got some pizzas. I'm going to stay in after this. Of course, what's unsettling about? The rain is as the temperature drops throughout the day. The rain turns to snow and what's already fallen becomes ice which. National weather service meteorologist Carrie says compounds the danger create that level of icy slickness beneath the snow that can create hazardous conditions for people that might walking on the snow or something that they might slide on their vehicles. When you have that snow on top of the wind is also treacherous gusts reaching seventy five miles per hour are being recorded at Denver International airport whereby mid day. All runways had been shut down. The storm is also causing other shutdowns in delays as well. Schools and government offices in Denver and Colorado Springs are closed normally jam packed interstate twenty five between Colorado Springs and Denver is shut down. As are many other roads in the region, Bowen's weather service office in boulder tweeted, the blizzard is the equivalent of a category one hurricane and in all caps. Do not even attempt to drive in the storm. Exclamation point a quick hitting storm. But it's going to be pretty impactful when it is here. Bowen says the snowfall in Colorado will begin to lessen overnight,
McClymonds is a state football champion for 3rd year in a row
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mcclements estate football champion for three years in a row Oakland. Michael peters. Didn't waste words. A three peat is hard. The McClements football coach said after accepting the CIF for a division state bowl championship trophy Saturday at Laney college, the journey may have been hard. But the warriors made things look relatively easy on the field after the Clemens defense held Garfield Los Angeles to twenty two yards in the first half the offense took over in the second half. Jomar Julian rushed for one hundred seventy seven yards on twenty carries and freshman quarterback Dray in Paul through for a pair of touchdowns as the warriors rolled to thirty to six triumph. Mcclements twelve to becomes the third program to win three consecutive CIF bowls. The warriors are the first public school to do it and the first to win each bowl in a different division. The warriors claimed a five eight title in two thousand sixteen and a five AA title last season. Daily Al concord, which won four straight open division, crowns from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve and central Catholic Modesto division for two thousand twelve to fourteen are the other programs in the club for Peter's and the program the third title was possibly the toughest in addition to graduation taking a major toll on the roster. The warriors also had to deal with the loss of longtime assistant and equipment manager dean Hodges who passed away before the season. We said we were going to set out and do it for him said Peters who claimed Hodges as one of his closest friends. This isn't my best team, but they sold out and dug deep in their hearts and pulled out a win for him while the warriors defense was dominant from the get go the offense manage to six points in the first half. Garfield thirteen to tied the game six six midway through the third quarter on a seventy six yard drive that was aided by a pair of fifteen yard penalties. Mclennan's answered on the next possession driving forty two yards in seven plays and scoring on Addy Anderson's one. Yard dive for a twelve six lead. After forcing a punt the warriors tacked on another quick score. When Julian broke free for a seventy five yard run. I ran through the whole I saw the two defenders over pursuing. So I cut back. The senior running back said it was an instinct of move Peters wasn't surprised by the Ron or Julian's night as a whole he's just a grown, man. That's all I can tell you the coach said he runs hard. I'm still shocked that a lot of schools haven't come in offered him a scholarship, but they will Julian tacked on two point run for a six lead after three quarters. The warriors got a twenty six yard touchdown pass from Paul today. The Sanders and a second touchdown run. Twenty yards from Anderson to close out the scoring Paul finished with just one hundred forty two yards on ten of seventeen passing. Montreal Smith had an interception and fumble recovery for the warriors defense all of us wanted this Julian said all of us wanted that three Pete. We all had the drive to win this game all of that heart together, and we came out as a strong. Team chase. Bryson is a freelance writer.
"laney" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"laney" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"laney" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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"laney" Discussed on Channel 955
"Laney getting your hair did you make up dead get ready to go out tonight by the way if you don't get a place to go to make sure you check out a leg you know how we do it every single saturday night kicking it off at san we're doing this saturday night bomb right now it's the joe show lavin channel nine five five just be here simple no baby we can see the bottom with you with you saturday.
"laney" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"So call now very slow guys thanks for both of them messaging us on their wedding day i i just i feel like i was a part of the day were honoured m we should get ordained than we can mary listeners uh now you're talking about so now we have some quite well first we have a message sent in from our listeners said she um she has the most brilliant tinder profile i'm sure you guys are all going to copy her and i encourage it her bio says vendome e five bucks and i'll tell you why your profile sucks which is so great so let me let me give you a little like sasid is super q she's got like really funky glasses on and like cool jewelry and like really pretty brown hair she's like she's kind of like like laney bogs from my she's all that you get laney bog fire bum well i feel like leads cool to be laney bugs now you know like oh no there's i is not like an insult lilic leaney box when she was hot but with the glasses stuffedshirt shirt like i hit leads a summit up she is a graphic designer and looks like a holographic designer she's she's a manic pixie dream girl and her profile yup van mummified bucks i'll tell you i profile sex which is so funny and she message us because a guy did it and she screamed shouted what he said so hero so you're telling me if i give you five bucks you'll give me an honest opinion of my bio this must be a scam and she bro i definitely well and then he sent her five box and she wrote back and said.
"laney" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the amur during the program last pre and all of that book the confidence among government the time has come henrik now all right so what's the government's expectation for the auction laney they're very optimistic are cruelly diamond derelict government standout particularly care for the thing that they planned to your hair look up the country immediate on future financing need and they are truly want to ensure sustainable and stable international market they can use on the market to convey konomi after it the bailout anthony walker albany gene or a bloomberg reporter laney just before we go just want to ask you about timings today when we expected to have more details on the size of the auction of a time of the bones trading that sort of thing just so people know when to the in front of their screens yes quicken uh more details later in the day third we have ten corker the rear doubt and not fair haired yesterday they affect the possible by the poor really in and gave him oregon alkabbab announced monday thing they anticipated about three billion on the market and they grow the northen though in their market opening and we are going to have grown more nato hopefully all right bloomberg reporter detroit trade joining us on loan from athens thank you very much indeed.
"laney" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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