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an Interview with Costume Designer Mona May
"Are Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common. Every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion podcasts where we explore the WHO when of why we wear, we are fashion, historians and your host April Kellyanne. Cassidy sacree so dress listeners, please accept this interruption to our regularly scheduled fashion history mystery, because we are bringing you a very special interview with the costume designer behind one of the most iconic fashion films of all time and April, as you know my personal, favorite clueless, which just this past Tuesday July nineteenth turned twenty five years old. And I have to say you guys. You all know someone who's very excited about this. Today we are joined by Mona, May, whose prolific career in film and television spans over three decades, clueless might be Mona's most famous film, but her work includes also rummy. Michele's high school reunion never been kissed a night at the Roxbury haunted mansion, and really the list just goes on and on. And April listeners please excuse me while I full on fan girl out because I mean I don't even know where to start, but my admiration and awe of Mona make goes back decades and is really threefold. I have seen clueless. Over one hundred times. At least an I can quote it from beginning to end I know there's a lot of people who were there with me, and then there's this added layer of me being costume designer myself. But also a fashion film lover I mean from Azzedine. Alaya to Calvin. Klein to that unforgettable yellow plaid suit clueless a fashion levers, dream and one that still resonates to this very day cast. You are not alone in your excitement for today's guests, so let's get to it Mona. Welcome dressed Mona. We are talking to you this week in celebration of the twenty fifth anniversary. Anniversary of one of the most iconic fashion flicks ever clueless, which debuted twenty five years ago this past Tuesday and which you, as a costume designer played such a central part. You and your work is currently getting so much well deserved attention. Yes, I'm really happy. I'm just you know. I'm just kind of flying high on all the kalisz diversity and you has been. I mean. My instagram is blowing up. which is so cool, you know it's funny because it's people are discovering ym in the weird way. God washrooms. Are you did that Enron Michelle and never been kissed and wedding singer? You know so like Sh-. The lavas pouring and it's so nice I mean the numbers are jumping up and it's just really great to you. Know we as cautioned designers, we are behind the scenes, and nobody really knows what our job really titles I think. It's kind of hard. You know what war goes into it in the preparation, and really all the creativity that has really come from Ma to create these characters from pages of the script they. They really just kind of very vaguely are described to us, and we really have to kind of be the psychologists kind of like a you know a detective to find out who they are deeply. You know their psychology were they went to. School may be no place in live there in right now and you know where they shop apartment they have you know once their journey right now in the film you know. Article to character to you know so. It's really a lot of lot of details that goes into. People don't really understand you know I think it's. It's one of a mysterious job in the way Oh. Yeah, absolutely so I. Mean You said you're making the rounds? You're all over vogue. You're all over instagram. People are are recreating favorite clueless moments. And I mean what does it feel like to have been part of a film that is still so much a part of pop culture even to this day after two decades it still so fresh and so relevant, and so loved is incredible I mean it's truly it's like A. One lifetime situation lighting that one can have that that something. Do you do out of love? You know because you don't set up to do the best session film of the universe but right. Thing, you know you, you I mean I. Am at fashion designer from training, and then I got into the question. Quebec doorway, and you know when I met amy on the pilot pilot and get picked up tablet. We creatively just connected so strongly. She loved it I was in Europe. I grew up in Europe. Seven different point of view fashion more European, and that's what the film needed. So when she wrote she called me, said the girl. I really want you to do this. To bring something so fresh and fashion forward something that's not on the street. Because of the time it was all grunge. She knows all everybody was wearing their. PLATIN- Baggy Pants, and was oh. Kurt Cobain Nirvana and of fashions in the street, so those nothing to go from everything had to be invented, not taken from the runways Paris Amina Milan share. Would the only probably daddy flew her there? She probably had the tickets in the on the day and was able to know things that she liked then everything had to be translated into the high school. Because you know amy is director of the night. I want this to be very useful, very. Very very sweet, very feminine. You know girly and that's kind of what we are changing from French fashion. Forward. Of course, it had to felt high school's head to sell their young girls because they had to feel pick, and I think part of the love for this film to the, even though they're a high fashion, and that is amazing of funded. As they felt authentic, the they really were beloved in the end that you knew who share was nearly the aunt was and out of. That feeling that emotional feeling thing, and that's why the film has lived so long because it's such emotional connection that people have to film you know with the fashion with kind of making you feel good. You know talking with a friend the other day like where does movies? We need more of those you know. The never been kissed. Michelle held to lose a guy in ten days. Almost fun movies. Movies that which none of watch and feel good, and it's okay, and it's a little bit of mystery and fun, and and Automo-. I miss those movies. You know I will miss those yeah,
David Pastrnak, Ondrej Kase deemed ‘unfit to participate’ in Bruins’ practice
"The 1st 2 days of training camp because of league protocols and finally getting back on the ice yesterday, both David Pasternak and Andres Kotcher were absent from Bruins practice this morning. According to coach Bruce Cassidy, the tour unfit to participate in practice right now, But the coach couldn't discuss the situation any further due to NHL protocols. So obviously missing two guys that play up in your lineup and a guy like David that you're, you know, leading score. You want him in there? You want to get back into condition you are returning to the ice and being with his team mates, so He's not. So it does allow you to do some other things, but obviously would prefer have both those guys back there.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"Space walking to upgrade the international space station's power grid back with astronauts Bob Bacon and Chris Cast, you're coming down the home stretch of a 3.5 year process to replace the space station's old solar batteries. It's their third spacewalk in less than a month, with one more to go next week. Banking is one of the two astronauts who arrived in late May aboard the space X Dragon thes spacewalks were a big part of why there stay has been extended into the summer. Assuming today's and next week's go was planned Banking and Cassidy will become the third and eighth most experienced spacewalkers in history. Terms of ours. Both will have done. 10 spacewalks. Peter King,
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Bank in performing a spacewalk today and a 2nd 1 next week to complete a 3.5 year mission to upgrade the international space station's power system. The astronauts speaking to each other as the spacewalk began. What we see about your handrail there'll be 73 to 8 for that bag storage beside battery up. The goal of the spacewalk to replace 32 I hate to interrupt those astronauts they called the space walk is to replace old nickel hydrogen batteries with new lithium ion batteries of the power system. NASA says The completion of these missions will mark the 12th spacewalk that has been performed since January of 2017 to change out batteries for eight power channels used to deliver electricity. At the international space
Spacewalkers in Home Stretch of Multi-Year Upgrade to International Space Station
"On on a a spacewalk spacewalk today today to to upgrade upgrade the the power power grid grid on on the the international international space space station station we're we're back back with, with, you you know know astronauts, astronauts, Bob Bob Banking Banking and and Chris Chris Cash, Cash, You're You're coming coming down down the the home home stretch stretch of of a a 3.5 3.5 year year process process to to replace replace the the space space station's station's old old solar solar batteries. batteries. It's It's their their third third spacewalk spacewalk in in less less than than a a month, month, with with one one more more to to go go next next week. week. Bank Bank It It is is one one of of the the two two astronauts astronauts who who arrived arrived in in late late May May aboard aboard the the space space X X Dragon Dragon thes thes spacewalks spacewalks were were a a big big part part of of why why there there stay stay has has been been extended extended into into the the summer. summer. Assuming Assuming today's today's and and next next week's week's go go was was planned. planned. Bacon Bacon and and Cassidy Cassidy will will become become the the third third and and eighth eighth most most experienced experienced spacewalkers spacewalkers in in history. history. Terms Terms of of ours. ours. Both Both will will have have done. done. 10 10 spacewalks. spacewalks. Peter Peter King. King.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"On a spacewalk today to upgrade the power grid on the international space station we're back with, you know astronauts, Bob Banking and Chris Cash, You're coming down the home stretch of a 3.5 year process to replace the space station's old solar batteries. It's their third spacewalk in less than a month, with one more to go next week. Bank It is one of the two astronauts who arrived in late May aboard the space X Dragon thes spacewalks were a big part of why there stay has been extended into the summer. Assuming today's and next week's go was planned. Bacon and Cassidy will become the third and eighth most experienced spacewalkers in history. Terms of ours. Both will have done. 10 spacewalks. Peter King.
Spacewalking Astronauts Closing in on Final Battery Swaps
"Astronauts are tackling the final set of battery swaps outside the international space station. NASA's Bob Benton and Chris Cassidy ventured out this morning on their third afore planned spacewalks. I need to remove six more old batteries in the space station's power grid and replace them with new improved ones. The new lithium ion batteries are so powerful that only half his money or needed the battery replacement began 3.5 years ago. They will conduct one final spacewalk next week to wrap up the work.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts will venture outside the international space station on a spacewalk. They'll upgrade the orbiting labs Power system from member station W. M. Fi, Brendan Byrne reports. After it's Bob Banking and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Restaurants have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with the U. S
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts are scheduled to conduct a spacewalk this morning from member station W O M. F E Brendan Byrne reports that their mission is to upgrade the international space station's power grid. After it's Bob Banchan and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Astronauts have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with a US
Chicago Blackhawks’ Dominik Kubalik named Calder Trophy finalist
"A record the podcast this week. We've seen some of the awards. Come down the pike. Including today's news that the calder trophy and Jack Adams award finalists are Quinn Hughes. Kelman, car and Dominic Kwalik for the caller and John Tortorella Bruce Cassidy and Elaine. For the Jack? Adams. Mike sold without a Jack Adams finalist. Kinda weird. He must not be nice to those broadcasters that given the time of day after skates something. A little, gruff or something, because honestly the thing about it. Is that like I? Don't know who kick out. For that. I'm really happy. Happy. Jesus I'm really happy. Cassidy made it I'm really happy. Cassidy made it because I feel like this award overlooks guys. That coach really good teams a lot. Yeah I think he's deserving of it, but I mean like. Tortorella did a great job in Wien. Yo You could point to and say there are tangible improvements. The flyers made under his watch I guess it might be. Even you know the guy you kick out for Sullivan, but I just I don't know Sullivan a really good job. This year I just wish I could have gotten into the top three.
Astronauts perform 2nd spacewalk to swap station batteries
"Their second spacewalk in under a week to replace old batteries outside the international space station. Commander Chris Cassidy and Bob Banchan ventured out today to tackle the cumbersome job. NASA plans to send the astronauts out twice more this month to complete the battery swap outs that began in 2017. The new lithium ion batteries should last the rest of the space station's life. K
Astronauts perform 2nd spacewalk to swap station batteries
"Astronauts outside the international space Station again today. It's the second spacewalk in less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Banking, the second of four walks overall to replace the last of the space station's original 48 solar batteries, 20 for new and more powerful ones, the adaptor plates to make sure they're fitting perfectly.
NASA astronauts conduct second spacewalk for space station power upgrades
"In less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Bacon, second of four overall to replace the last of the space station's old solar batteries. The astronauts actually got a head start on today's work last Friday. OK, great time they removed five old batteries and installed to new and more powerful ones. These batteries charged up in sunlight, then keep the station running what it goes into darkness once the job is complete, NASA managers say. Station should be set in terms of power for the rest of its life. Peter King, CBS News Orlando
NASA astronauts conduct second spacewalk for space station power upgrades
"Spacewalking astronauts are now outside of the international space station this morning. This is the second spacewalk in less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Jenkins. It's the second of four. Overall, they're replacing the last of the space station's original 48 solar batteries with 20 for newer and more powerful ones, the East they will keep the station running when it goes into darkness. Once the job is done later this month, NASA managers say the station should be set in terms of power. Or the rest of its natural life. I'm not an
Minneapolis police union says there's no problem with systemic racism, but is open to reform
"Yesterday in the one o'clock hour Bob Kroll was her feature gassed in machines on right now to talk about this the the interview rishi thanks for coming on give me give me from when you're in the moment when you look back at it the most notable part of the interview the the some of some of the comments of Bob Kroll made that to you has so much been a journalist for a long time most news worthy well I think it's partly when he was trying to describe the union's role and the four different I think he said mayoral terms that he was part of the negotiations over the years with the union contract and I thought that was notable and that's part of the reason I actually wanted him to come on was to help people really understand what is the role of the union because I watched for weeks now as a lot of people are blaming him for my city burning down and I'm telling you it's my city because I live in it you and I work in it and I know there are a lot of layers to this is a dynamic situation and I don't know that you can put the blame for what happened on the weekends during the week of may twenty fifth on any one doorstep and I know you can't put it on his because that's just not his role so when he described the role of the union the negotiations from his past with past administrations mayors city council and then that he does want to be it sounds to me like part of the solution I asked him if he's visited the site I asked him did he visit thirty eighth in Chicago and he said he didn't really visited he went by it and that was interesting for me because he probably would you help me I don't know but my guess is he knew it might have been a spectacle if he had shown up but I think it was important that he at least drove by it and that's why I asked about that a number of times with me and a number of times this last week when he did a series of interviews he was asked if he believes there are systemic racism within the police department which then affects people of color in Minneapolis he we he adamantly said no you'll have said on the station many times as a person of color that you have face racism in the city of Minneapolis is it then fair to say that you don't agree with Bob Kroll on his point I think the question was is there systemic racism in the police department I think there is systemic racism in our city I think there is in our entire state I believe it is so insisted that a lot of people don't really understand it you know questions Chad that I've gotten in my mother has gotten throughout our lifetimes where you from and when we say Dinah accessory grew up that's where she still lives people come back at us with more questions will know where you from and I know where they're going and I I kind of don't want to play ball so finally I will say if you mean my country of origin I was born in Sri Lanka but I'm an American so like it it was that kind of commentary that I'm talking about it's as a specific they'll because Bob pushes back and says of those separately there is not systemic racism in the Minneapolis police department I adamantly disagree I think the data is over well me where do you stand do you think there's systemic racism in the Minneapolis police department how you would be treated compared to how I would be treated it's an interesting question because I think the black Minneapolis resident is treated differently from you and for me I have not been pulled over because I'm brown I was actually murdered at gun point in twenty thirteen and the Minneapolis police officers and other members of the system connected to juvenile court that dealt with me we're very respectful I think Bob can have an opinion that there's not systemic racism you can believe there is I mean I'm probably leaning closer to you on this because I think this city there's an issue with systemic racism in the city I mean I take it to even the renaming of lake Calhoun we renamed lake Calhoun because Calhoun was bad well the name we replace it with is from a native peoples and also did some things other native people but some people don't have issues with that so there's racism everywhere is it systemic absolutely in our city in our state is only happening at the police department no I think when you have mayors and Cassidy council people who aren't necessarily passing the laws in the ordinances that are fair to all of us you know when it comes to getting loans when it comes to other parts of living in what we have to do it it goes very deep and this is where a state it is a dynamic and very layered problem why is my deep blue black is not just on the police it really isn't
Spacewalking astronaut loses mirror, newest space junk
"At the International Space Station, space Walker, Chris Cassidy added to the millions of pieces of junk orbiting Earth. He lost a small mirror from the sleeve of his space suit immediately after emerging from the SS, the mirror too small to be considered a threat to the spacewalk or the space
Astronauts complete 6-hour spacewalk
"Two astronauts floated outside the international space station early Friday to conduct the first to fort space walks to CBS this consultant bill Harwood astronaut Chris Cassidy and Bob thinking of working outside the international space station to replace batteries in the labs solar power system Cassidy lost a small wrist near from a space suit shortly after leaving the station's airlock the mirrors are used to help astronauts read spacesuit displays that can't be directly same and Cassidy has a spare NASA says the loss Mira poses no threat to the crew or the space station and it will eventually fall back into the atmosphere and burn up
Officers feel abandoned while protesters demand sweeping police reform
"Growing number of America's cops have said they feel a sense of abandonment from their local governments here in Austin the police associations now calling on its members to take a stand of their own when it comes to tools please restore Klay used to control crowds and to protect themselves they don't provide the proper equipment our officers to go out and do their job police union president Kim Cassidy tells KTVU he's already sent word to the union membership calling on them to not show up unless the city re authorizes the use of tear gas and provide cops with more protective equipment when facing down those large
"little cassidy" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"Now thirty minutes after Andrews normal arrival time. Her Mom and stepfather began to grow concerned. It wouldn't take her this long to get home even if she stopped and chat with friends or neighbors along the way and this wouldn't be completely out of the ordinary the stopping and talking and was known as a friendly child who was quick to make new friends and while. This is an admirable trait. Could it also have made her vulnerable to potential predators? Just like my neighborhood. There were certain parents that live close enough to the route children's who to and from the bus stop who would serve as lookouts and they watched kids and looked out for anyone who didn't belong in the area. Two days earlier apparent had complained to the police about a strange man loitering about on this day as luck would have it. None of those parents were at their usual posts. One of them was catching up on housework. The other one was caring for her sick parents. So Angie was definitely on the bus and had gotten off on her usual stop. It was as though after that. She just vanished once. A couple of hours passed with no sign of Angie her parents. Ron and Diane Bone had sounded the alarm. The saints and police began to search for the second grader. They called in help from the Saint Louis Major case squad and the FBI when they determined that they were likely dealing with the duck shen these authorities along with help from the community began to look for evidence that would lead to her safe. Return and there were appeals to the public and the abductor from the bones. It was hoped that the kidnapper would see their tears and spare their child. Sadly that would not be the case on November. Twenty seven nine days after her disappearance to deer hunters stumbled upon a horrific sight. They called in Saint Charles County police about a body found at the August Busch memorial conservation area. Nothing could prepare the officers for what they were about to see. In fact I'm finding it very hard to describe this scene to you. The child was nude and had duct tape wound around her entire face except for her nose. Her clothes in winter coat were neatly folded next to her along with her backpack. Her body showed signs of having been sexually abused and tortured by her abductor. She had been savagely beaten and starved over the week she had been missing. She was chained to a tree with her hands cuffed behind her back. The most awful part of this is that she had only been deceased for a matter of hours. This baby has survived these atrocities having food and water withheld from her and horrific sexual and physical abuse only to die of exposure to the elements. It goes without saying that this was the worst crime committing committed against the child in the area. Parents became extra vigilant over their children. Saint Anne was on high alert then the unimaginable happened on December ninth. Nineteen ninety-three the body of ten year. Old Cassidy Center was found by pedestrians in an alley in hazelwood which is very close to Saint Anne. The child was wrapped into comforters and a pink curtain her jacket. Sweater will pull above her chest. Her jeans will pull down over her ankles inside out. A seat was looped around each of her ankles and then tied in the middle to hold the ankles together near her body. Were distinct tire impressions made by a U Haul truck? There was decomposition on the upper part of her body and at least a four tiers to the Scout Scout along with multiple fractures in the skull. She had bruises on her Chin right cheek right shoulder. Breast bone abdomen each side of her chest wall and at the base of her neck. Numerous other bruises were found over her body. The condition of Cassidy. Scalp indicated that she was alive when she received many of her injuries the physician who performed the autopsy determined that there were at least five blows to her head and that the blows were significant enough to have caused death within half an hour in less than one off. Two girls about the same age were presumably sexually assaulted and murdered. This made many people questioned whether there was a serial killer operating in their community. Saint App police work with the Hazelwood authorities to see if these crimes were connected in February of nineteen ninety. Four the police in the Hazelwood case made an arrest. Unlike the Housman case on December first cassidy had been seen by multiple people after school. She also had a personal that she carried with her and her neighbor. Michael Goldberg made sure it was working that day. She went off to visit with friends later. She stopped at the home of Cassandra Quin to play with her children. Now Quinn's brother. Thomas Brooks answered the door when little cassidy asked if his nephews were home. He snatched her into the House now. Once inside she failed down the steps to the basement and that activated her alarm so brooks got spooked and threw it out into the yard. He then asked her to remove clothes and cassidy tried to escape and she screamed at the top of her lungs and when he realized that she wouldn't be complying at this wasn't GonNa be as easy as he thought it was. Brooks beat her about the head and body with a slat from bed. It is sad that his sister knew the body was in her home. She didn't want to know anything about it and she just told him to dispose of it. And that's a mother. That's actually as justice fucking sick as her pedophile brother. In my opinion neighbors tipped off the police when they noticed the U-HAUL backing out of her. Dr Neighbors had also found the baby's alarm nearby so in nineteen ninety. Four Brooks was convicted of his crimes and sentenced to death. Unfortunately this piece of shit checked out early. He died in prison in two thousand. The police were unable to establish any link between Brooks and the Angie houseman murder. The evidence just didn't match. They continue to work the case. Even though there were some strange leads it grew cold now. One of the weird leads came from a teacher at Angie school the day prior to Angie's disappearance. She told this teacher that she was going to visit the countryside. With a relative even stranger is the reports soon came in regarding Angie Meeting. An older gentlemen wanting to start a friendship and this unidentified perv accepted the offer and told her to call him uncle. This became a huge leaving. A case of Angie's abduction and murder but the investigation quickly turned awry in relation to this tip. Another crazy tip was said to have come from a boy named David on Thanksgiving in nineteen ninety. Three two days before Angie's remains were found thirteen year old. David announced that he had a dream in new where she would be located. Then he went on to predict her location and how she'd be found. Now this definitely got back to law enforcement and David repeated his story. He was able to lead them to the approximate area. Where she was found in a police figure that he knew a little too much for him to not be involved. They took fingerprints and hair samples from the boy and sent them to the FBI. Crime now all the tests came back. Negative David was then dismissed as a person of interest rates were investigated and cleared include Bryant. Squires who on his deathbed in nineteen ninety-six confessed to several murders. He also implicated AAC quote unquote friend of his now. His nurses told police. The squires claimed Angie as one of his victims squires never named the friend of though he had been known to keep company with Nathan Williams. Also a convicted murderer and child molester. Apparently he could not have been Williams. Who was an accomplice because he will serve their time in prison? At the time of Angie's murder investigators followed this lead and determined that their evidence didn't point two squires also Texan Gary Stufflebeem. Gary Stufflebeem Gary Stufflebeem became a suspect after he was linked to the sexual abuse and attempted abduction of an eleven year. Old Girl in Maryland Heights on November eighth nineteen ninety-three. He pleaded guilty in that case but there was nothing to tie him to. Angie in March nineteen ninety four. John Wayne Parsons confessed. Child Molester Arrested in Bradenton Florida had newspaper clippings about Angie's death in his possession. Parsons however was also cleared of the killing. Another nine year. Old Girl was kidnapped and slain in Arlington Texas in January nineteen. Ninety six. No Connection Angie. It's hard to imagine that many creeps route there then and that even more operate today. And how do these pieces of Shit Find Tag team partners? Let me how do you realize? Hey this guy's just a big piece of garbage is me. Did we just become best friends and so it went? Tips came in and were dismissed. The case grew colder and code. The poor bone family went on with no answers. One year five years a decade.
"little cassidy" Discussed on WTVN
"So important absolutely and we to make all the difference first time this is a life lesson he and I keep saying that we have to save lives keep people from the six but we also want to talk about the line here doctors in this current for me Hey that one mistake they made as they dance on the line in the original draft because this is a tough little Cassidy Dr Thomas will be talking about this since but this is absolutely essential and we know that this virus is spreading it's doubling every six six days on average and so this local service we don't want these baby medication when I was taking and governors all over this country are taking part it is a matter and it is urgent that we're doing what we're doing the destruction or feeling is so hard isn't as director Chris said but it's essential and I'm gonna ask that reporters and media focus closer with the director Christopher I saved but also we need to move our stories to the front lines Amy Harmon and wonderful story in the times of the week back and talking to your team because we saw him we need to get out in the community is the things that I hear from the front lines forming outside asking for I'll have to find out what was going on Thomas and what is going on you need these these actions were taking all make a difference but we've got to take them now we do have a compass.
"little cassidy" Discussed on NASCAR Live
"Personal connection with racing thing my grandpa race stock cars Vander Gift Pennsylvania. Well Learner Ville to be specific a dirt track there in Pennsylvania and so they're all coming to the award show Thursday. There's Day they're freaking out. We're going to announce tomorrow night so it's GonNa be a family affair and you're the CO host of the Co host with Rutledge. I can't wait. So what what kind of preparations that like. We talked through the show today. The run through. And it's I mean it's pretty simple. Got Some intros to do. I've got a you know. I'm going to sing the remembrance during that video on a single song during that and I. Yeah I'm just going to sort rid of vibe off of Rutledge. We've we've met one time at the Texas Motor speedway few weeks or months ago or something like that and I just knew right away it was gonna flow the CO hosting with him was going to be easy because we just have a good report and he's very authentic and So I think it's GonNa be a fun night. A lot of our listeners. Know you from from the boys but I want to back up from that when you were when you were little cassidy. When did you know that you wanted to be a singer? I knew from very early age. I was four. I started taking voice lessons. And I remember seeing people like Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston on these live television specials and thinking I I don't know how they're doing that like how could I do that and yeah I started taking lessons. I was very frustrated at first I was. I was not very good at first. I guess as a kid the perfectionist and got really mad at myself and I just kept practicing and practicing and one day woke up with vibrato which is sort of a characteristic. You have when you saying like that sort of like wavy thing when people saying I just had that one day and I was like. Oh maybe I'm supposed to do this for a living so yeah I don't really remember like the decision to sing it. Just sorta happened and then the voice came along. Yes helped a lot helped a lot. Yeah process is that like we watch it at home like. There's a lot of people listening. That wonder. Will we know what we see on TV. Dole the edited things the live shows at the end. But what is that whole process is white. And how long does that process. I think I auditioned in March or March of two thousand twelve twelve and it ended in December so it is almost a year. It was very nerve wracking at that. Point had been touring a lot in my old rock band and even as a kid at started playing shows really early so the playing live aspect wasn't scary it was thinking about the millions liens of people tuning in all the cameras everywhere. I'm wearing heels slippery stage where you have to walk down all these. They love stairs on those shows. Always westbound walk downstairs and and just being really really really nervous about making it through another week so it was hard in that respect but I had an awesome coach coach. Blake Shelton. who was just you know really just a cheerleader? And let me do my thing and gave me the encouragement to believe in myself so it was learning experience for sure and it gave me the platform to come here. who were your judge choices? Back in season three CEELO Christina Aguilera Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Wow Chevy hitters right there yes what are we teach you about seeing that. You didn't know already. I think it was more about how believing in yourself and like going with with your gut because I had point like I said before I had been taking lessons since I was four and I had been on tour so I felt vocally like at a really good place but I fell so very insecure and I had left my band and I wasn't doing very well on my own so low and I just I it was. It was a kind of a low point for for me. Confidence Wise and Blake really gave me the confidence and he gave me the tools to really trust my gut because the things that I was bringing to the table table like song ideas and arrangements. I mean every song I sang on the show was the song that I chose and he would sign off on it and be like actually. That's a really good idea. Yeah like you know what you're doing so I think the whole experience between him giving me that allegation and of course America voting for me gave me that confidence to take it to the next level afterwards. Well we appreciate all you've given US musically we appreciate come into the race track and we can't wait for you to co host the awards on Thursday night. It's going to be an awesome time. Thank you so much. Thank you cassidy poke joining us. Always a pleasure where.
"little cassidy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Color the classics this is fresh AIR we're speaking with Heidi Blake she's global investigations editor for buzzfeed news her new book is based on the work of a team of buzzfeed reporters who investigated multiple assassinations and suspicious deaths of critics of Vladimir Putin in the United Kingdom and in at least one case in the United States her book is a from Russia with blood the primers ruthless assassination program Vladimir Putin's secret war on the west there was this case of this security expert Paul Joyal who was shot in Maryland and survived and then more recently the death of a putting defector in Washington DC Mikhail lesson who was Britain's former kind of communications and propaganda guy your tells about that case yeah that's a pretty extraordinary case it really represented the realization of a long held fair in the US intelligence community about the kind of tall yet suspicious death on British soil was going to carry across the Atlantic in reach American shows universes yeah precision American intelligence officials have been observing this dog trying for a long time have been increasingly concerned about that but I'm at it you know this was the first instance of a of a highly suspicious death that took place in the US may call lesson was the architect of that the R. T. the Russia today propaganda network this being such a kind of crucial mechanism through which Russia has been able to propagate eight kind of fake news and disinformation I'm kind of an alternative they were tentative narrative to Weston events that it likes to spread around the world and he had fallen out of favor in Russia and have fled to the US where he was preparing to talk to the department of justice the morning off to his death he was he was due to meet with officials and to begin to dish information to them about the makings of thought kind of crucial mechanism of if the Russian propaganda machine now and before he was able to get to that meeting he was found bludgeoned to death in his in his hotel room he heads he had blunt force injuries to that the head the neck the owns the chest the tools and he was I had a broken bone in his neck Sir it was a you know pretty extraordinary case and there was a there was a short lived investigation off to which it was announced Bonnie and by the F. B. R. E. dot com lesson had bludgeoned himself to death by falling over repeatedly in his hotel room wall while drinking a later in the night before this meeting that was a conclusion that that many that's the only agency once in that case and intelligence officials respect to found extremely hard to swallow a given given the severity of the injuries that lesson sustained and and his obvious you know they'll be a threat to him as a crime and inside he was preparing to flip installed to the US government right and that we should know that lesson himself did have a very serious drinking problems that's one of things that lead is falling out with Putin that's right but this just on its face seems really unlikely was there follow up from Congress is there some explanation for why why this would be treated this way it's it's a pretty extraordinary conclusion as you said I mean it's true that lesson how serious drinking problem but none the less you know managing said to be yourself to death by fooling repeatedly in a in a competent hotel room is service stretches could you to see they investigation has has remained plays you know we've done a lot of reporting and that's being you know there's been a lot of questions raised publicly about that conclusion into lesson staffed by but as yet there's many songs that Dobbs investigation is going to be re opened although that conclusion is going to change I think it came out a really delicate moment for US relations with the crime and you know they've just been a spate of cyber attacks on the White House emanating from Russia that was at the time growing consternation a that Russia's invasion of Ukraine but at the same time he was playing a really key role and you know and in the formulation of the Iran nuclear deal and also was seen as a as a hugely critical regional ally and in Syria or at least a potential ally in Syria we kind of know that and it now but I'm but that was that was I guess the same sex of reasons why the British authorities to struggle to deal decisively with these suspicious circumstances of some of the the other death we've examined in the U. K. you know that that it's it's always an on off incising prospects antagonizing the Kremlin over an isolated incident a single death in one of the things that some of the intelligence officials to here we talked to said to us was that you know we have to keep our eyes on the really big strategic questions hair we're trying to figure out what rush's intentions are in Ukraine what the nuclear ambitions on what their intentions are in Syria you know we have to keep our eyes about kind of strategic level rather than getting bogged down in in the details right now I guess we should note since if anyone might suspect that this could be attributed to president trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin this was during the Obama administration that lesson was that lesson dive this is one of the other attack I think we ought to talk about this was in March of last year on Sergei's CCRI Paul to have them in the name right he was a former Russian spy and his daughter this was particularly troubling because of the nature of what you want to tell us about this yeah they're taken on so can you describe how really was a kind of watershed moment and and and a Russian relations this was a brazen attack in broad daylight on the streets of the city of Seoul spring in which you know assassins from Russia or attempted assassins from Russia Howard's smeared the nerve agent not the chalk on the door handle of Saturday scruples hair it now in doing so they know I mean the Expos descriptors to this deadly nerve agent went in a month the the first attack on European soil using a chemical weapon since the second global battle six pays hundreds of members of birth to the British public to this toxic substance I think you know there is no more conspicuously Russian poison available then no the chalk which was developed by the Soviets and I know you're from Russia's chemical weapons stockpile I need a which is is the substance of which at precision and American intelligence agencies all right away you know it resonates in Russia it's a message with a very clear return address from the crime and and the service this was this was just a brazen provocation about the British government could not possibly ignore them this treason may stood up and accused the Kremlin of having been involved in order not attempted assassination and dot trick age waves of diplomatic expulsions of of Russian diplomats around the world I think a hundred and fifty Russian diplomats were sent packing from various outpaced and it was a waves of of further sanctions against Russia and said that the west really did take a pretty phone line of course by then Russia's provocations had become so outlandish in terms of brazen meddling in the U. S. selection and democracies across Europe and the U. that financing of far right extremist groups across Europe and the invasion of Ukraine and waves of cyber attacks against countries across the west and that you know about support for you know the Assad regime as he continues his attacks on his own people and so by then yeah I really I think any any hate of trying to cultivate a serious relationship with Russia had evaporated you know many Russian journalists who've investigated the Kremlin have been murdered and I'm wondering what was the experience of you and your team as you spent years looking into this for you followed thugs threatened yeah I mean we have just the greatest admiration for for the you know the women and men of the Russian media here every day expose themselves to great danger in that in that to see if the trees is just not have extraordinary courage and we you know we really find it humbling an amazing for our team I'm certainly this was a dicey rind investigating this story and we had a number of fatty disturbing instances along the way and one of us how to Amman in it don't call a pair outside the house and you know so many months during the course of the investigation somebody else had items moved around inside that home we have members of the team very conspicuously followers in the course of the investigation and so you know we we kind of took that very seriously we have an amazing security team buzzfeed news led by adding it stands here is here and a genius and he had a soul instill truckers on all phones and panic alarms and he kind of us to school and some counter surveillance techniques that we could use one when going high and one missing soul says and we had to you know we had intruder alarms and and sensors and cameras worked up at all various times and and ultimately a couple of estimates and the final phase of the project to kind of secure locations kind of more discreet locations and Hiram districts as a kind of additional measures that we we took off seriously that you know it's sunny and said he was intimidating at times and we just have to kind of keep focused on the importance of exposing the story interview directly threatened maybe was it maybe was directly threatened I think it was more the kind of fast American merits technique which is pretty standard for a switch and listen to promote so pricing in Russia and it kind of does it there's a kind of element of mind games I think about what goes on you know if you come home and things being moved around strangely inside your home you're pretty sure that's a message but you will say one day you're imagining not and when lots of those things happen and and it starts to feel like a possum I think that the way in which that makes you doubt your own perception of reality is kind of positive what it's actually what about but that was enough of a passing of events happening to enough different individuals that you know is that we were pretty clear that this is just a kind of campaign of of of of kind of harassment and designed to say to us that way we're watching you we know what you're doing Trent a little Cassidy but there was nothing there was nothing more about the night and we had to you know we had on security expensive because we kind of assessing each incident and you know just making assessment about the seriousness about the measures that we needed to take to just be responsible as we carried on with our reporting hi Vivek thanks so much for speaking with us thank you so much for having me Heidi Blake is global investigations editor for buzzfeed news she spoke with Dave Davies about her new book from Russia with blood the Kremlin's assassination program and Vladimir Putin's secret war on the west coming up jazz critic Kevin white had reviews one of a series of re issues by the late jazz pianist Errol garner this is fresh AIR support for KQED comes from so long working to help bring data to ever question decision an action that affects an organization from IT operations to security to business analytics.
"little cassidy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"True Crime Brewery contains disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical Information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment listener discretion is advised welcome to true crime Murray. I'm Jill and under and today we're talking about. The murder of Michelle Young Michelle Michelle Jason Young lived in a suburb outside of Raleigh North Carolina. They had a two year old daughter named Cassidy and Michelle was five months pregnant with their second child. Now by all accounts theirs was not a very happy marriage. Jason had several affairs and he spent a lot of time on the road for business on the morning of November third two thousand six Jason was out of town he had checked into a Hampton Inn in Huntsville Virginia Kenya one hundred and seventy miles from rally the night before at nine that morning he left a voicemail for Michelle's younger sister Meredith Fisher asking her to stop by his house and retrieved some papers for him. When Meredith arrived at the home she found Michelle brutally murdered in the master bedroom? Little Cassidy was there and she had been left unharmed now. It didn't take long for Jason to become the primary suspect in his wife's murder. Investigators instigators were able to poke holes in his alibi and put together a strong circumstantial case so join us at the quiet and today for his alibi the murder of Michelle Young this is a tragic story of a young. I'm pregnant mother who was actually beaten to death in her own home and her husband Jason would end up getting two trials but not everyone would be satisfied with the outcome now. What kind of a beer do we have today? I actually have a beer out of Raleigh. It's called Pie time brewed by Beryl culture brewing and blending when of your favorites. It's a wild male. This is the beer I'm excited to try because they haven't had it before. Nope it's a pretty nice we're very pretty beard so Magenta colour kind of purplish red little tiny thin head but a bit of lace then we get into the good stuff cherry raspberry jam coconut in the aroma similar to the taste cherry sour cherry coconut. I also got some Graham crackers in the taste. Wow that's interesting so it's Kinda like sitting down and eating your piece of Pie. Yeah I can see the Graham cracker yeah yum too nice sweet crispier very good all right well. Let's not hesitate. Let's open it right up desserts on okay. Let's go down to the quay and end in. Have some Pie your group down. There is happy to see us again. We went missing for a week or so. We did travel back to Maine saw some old friends. You got some golfing done but you know true. Crime Brewery never really left my mind cause. We're still working on the website and we started working on this case which actually I'm glad we had a week off. 'cause there was a lot of research to be done on. This certainly was yeah although it was interesting so it wasn't bad to do no no okay. Why don't you start us out and talk about the case okay? Allen and Linda Fischer had two daughters Michelle Yeoh this was born in nineteen seventy seven and meredith was born in nineteen eighty lived a comfortable middle class. Life Michelle is a nurturing child. She liked playing mother and teacher caring for her cabbage. Patch kids dolls she excelled in academics and as one of the more popular the kids in school both she and Meredith through cheerleaders from an early age and their mother coached them at Sayreville junior high but the Fisher family had their problems by the time Michelle became a teen her parents were sleeping in separate bedrooms bedrooms and barely speaking to each other they had made the decision to stay together for the sake of the children but the dysfunctional relationship was obvious to most everybody sure and is it really better to stay together for the kids or is it better to break up. I mean I think it's a double edged. Sword can go either way it can but I think if you can at least separate and get out of that toxic environment. That's that's benefit right and hopefully raise as the children in a cooperative way so that's the big if right yeah that doesn't happen too often so Michelle coped with attention in her home by putting Oliver Energy in the schoolwork in high school. She was a member of the National Honor Society was fluent in three languages and she co captained the cheering squad in her senior year cheerleading team when the Long Island cheerleading association's Championship by the time. I shall graduated high school she she had a full semester of college. Credits racked up from completing a P. courses now practical and organizers she was she started looking for colleges when she was in tenth grade. By the time she was a junior she had narrowed her list of four colleges colleges so her mind Linda took Michelle and Meredith on a road trip to visit them when they visited North Carolina state in Raleigh Michaud loved it she had no problem getting in there with her grades extracurricular activities and she continue to do really well in college sheared as and she made the wolfpack cheering squad as a freshman and then after she stopped cheering for the wolfpack she attended nearly every home football and basketball game all through her college years ears. She was a really loyal fan used truck. The cheerleading cushion wanted to concentrate on her studies taking too much time sure it does take a lot of time I mean it's just like a sport any other sport right but with money that Linda her mother had obtained when she divorced Michelle's father Alan. Linda bought a Condo just a few minutes away from the North Carolina State campus and Michelle was lucky because she was able to live there with her friends and her sorority sisters and chill she went on and earned her masters degree in accounting and that was in the year two thousand knows it just me or do you think it's a little weird. The MOM had to buy a condo right there so she could live there well weird. I don't know I mean we're going to find out as we talk about this that they had a very close relationship. Whether you think it's weird or not is a matter of opinion. I guessed but I do think if apparent Viseu Condo when you're in college that's pretty awesome. I guess Awesomeness winward for it. Well I mean it's lucky you don't have to live in a dorm. You don't have to pay your own rent hood as lucky I guess you could look at it. His <hes> also earning some income. Obviously they must've charge rent to the other girls that were living there palpably himself and when she does sell it she probably could make some money on it right so could be an investment could be that's true because you know paying for dorm isn't cheap either Norton. Some Michelle began her accounting career at a firm in downtown rally to that point in life Michelle had succeeded just about everything she tried the only real a sore spot in her life seemed to be relationship with her dad. After Allen and Linda divorced she and her dad headed decent relationship but that changed really quickly after he married his second wife and Michelle and the second wife if did not get along Michelle call her the evil step monster and her name was June and she didn't like Michelle in got to the point where she wouldn't even let Michelle visit her father in their New Jersey Hall so I don't know what all that's <music> out that seems super. Dysfunctional does not a real toxic environment holy cow well. I just wonder why her father would allow that. That's just not cool. I mean one thing we know when you marry someone in they have children. You have to accept their children as your own whether you like it or not and you don't do shit like that no even if kid causing the evil step monster it's up to June to allow her to visit sure and up to your dad yeah so to Michelle you know it seemed like her father chose his new wife over her and I can see why certainly would and her father and her became estranged so is in February of two thousand one when Michelle celebrated her twenty fourth birthday she was with friends at the Poorhouse Peo- you are a downtown rally pup Jason Young was at the bar and he was hanging out with some of his old college friends he accidentally knocked over Michelle's glass of wine and offered to buy her another glass and that's when they began to chat they were both recent North Carolina state graduates and they were both big wolf pack fans now at the time time Jason was living with his mother and stepfather in Bavard while working as a salesman for black and decker and before long he was making weekend trips to rally to spend time with Michelle so they got pretty serious pretty quickly. They did not a whirlwind courtship but it moves pretty fast it said and they're very different right. Is there like opposite people. Absolutely I guess they had the college sports in common but she associate area since so accomplished in he was kind of <hes> I don't know is a jerk too strong of a word well. Maybe he was Kinda flighty. Would you say lady petuous head of like a frat boy type mentality yeah now. That's that's a great description that gives you a good idea yeah so jason of decided he wanted to move back to Raleigh to be closer to the show so he rented a townhouse with his friend Ryan shod and got a job as a pharmaceutical sales representative with Panamerican lands the shows attracted to Jason's unpredictability and his practical jokes and probably his bad boy image did attractor Russell which I can see because he wasn't like some kind of slacker he had a decent job so I guess that would offset the whole breadth boy thing and she probably thought you know he's young. He's going to settle down more sure. He's responsible symbol enough to get this job she sending she'll change him. Yeah well. A lot of girls think that so Jason's mom pat young really liked Michelle right from the beginning because they both like to Cook Cook and they would share recipes and do stuff together so that was fine. Things weren't as great on the other side though since she was a little girl Michelle had planned a long engagement and a big wedding but in the summer of two thousand three she found out she was pregnant. She and Jason were living together but they hadn't made any marriage plans and not relieve in talked about it. Michelle was uncertain about how Jason would react to this news they had been together for two years but she knew that he loved his freedom and he was in no hurry to have kids and settle down so not surprisingly his first reaction was shot and he wasn't really happy he told Michelle wasn't ready for marriage or for fatherhood but somehow over the next couple of weeks. They did decide to get married so we don't know if she convinced him or if he reconsidered. We don't really know what the influences were there. Although it's implied that maybe she kinda talked him into it back because she did want to have this child and get married her absolutely he thinks are doing her much. Doubt the there is some pressure exerted right so it's more about pressure than love which is not a good start. It's not a good story so so not only was Michelle unmarried pregnant but she also had no health insurance so one practical thing was that if she jason married his policy would cover the birth of their child. It's no small inducement. I don't know if you get married over that. Though no I mean I think it's part of the puzzle here well. I mean they're probably thinking where together anyway so in when you're that early on you don't really know what it entails to the apparent. No you don't know so in August two two thousand three. Jason and Michelle were married at the Wake County Public Safety Center in downtown Raleigh. Linda was the only family member in attendance. Though the Aug ceremony served as the official wedding Michelle still planned the big wedding she had always wanted and that event happened on Friday October tenth. Listen a couple.
"little cassidy" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. A deal of domestic news coming late in the day discuss it in the course of the evening and over these these next weeks the announcement from the White House that the president will declassify critical documents to do with the allegation the Russia. Get allegation that the president's campaign in two thousand sixteen cooperated or colluded with the Kremlin in order to undermine democracy. And that the president is illegitimate. The president is declassifying documents. We believe that that will include the redacted parts are some of the redacted parts of the Faisal warrants issued between October of sixteen in June of seventeen it is possible. They also include information about Bruce or the department of Justice official who in some fashion was in the middle of the arranging of. Transfer of information from the foreign national steel to the FBI. It might also include a scullery information about Carter page, the man who the fisa warrant names as a foreign agent. We'll see there's also the domestic news of judge Cavanaugh requesting or in some fashion arranging yet another appearance before the judiciary committee, the United States Senate to answer the allegation against him that when he was a minor and the. Accuser was a minor. There was what the New York Times characterizes a possible sexual assault. That is the domestic news, but we move immediately to the foreign news because we the United States have committed ourselves to have kenniston since two thousand and one and just like Vietnam. This is an endless conflict for unclear ambitions and goals that the American people. In their infinite patients have at this point large questions about why are we still in Afghanistan? Bill Roggio and Tom Joscelyn of the foundation for the defense of democracy. Joined they keep the long war journal and the long war journal. I marched to the sound of RPG's or anti-aircraft long journal is now reporting an ghanistan helicopter shot down by the claim is by the Taliban. Bill a very good evening to you. It is not often that you report on a helicopter being shot down an Afghan helicopter shot down by the Taliban claim what do we know about the details and what happened afterwards? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. Yes. So we know that an Afghan transport helicopter went down in in western Afghanistan. Province believe it was. And we know that five people were killed. The Afghan government denied that the Taliban shot it down, but they've made a lot of denials of these in the past, and then the Taliban video or or US government reports and denied it. But we we really don't know the man that he released a video a briefly showed this anti-aircraft gun on the ground. And so that's what they're claiming they shot it down with what I really interesting we understand that the helicopters are crucial in this phase of the fight because the Afghan military is being cut off in the road serves they're getting surrounded in remote rural areas of the country where the Taliban have freedom of movement. But what was really interesting to me is that this this helicopter was shot down at eight or nine PM on Sunday night. Or I'm sorry on Saturday night. And then it was Friday night. My my dad and the. Is the Taliban. Release a video that shows them in daylight walking around the crash site with the pilots and the dead. Passengers one of them. They claim was a general in the Afghan special forces. I haven't had confirmation on that. So what that's telling you that happened at nine o'clock at night. And let's just assume that the Taliban were on the on the scene at the crash site site at seven eight or nine o'clock in the morning. You have about ten to twelve hours where the Afghan military made no effort to secure the crash site or recovered, the body the bodies of their of the aircrew, which are again, these are crucial crucial part of the fight in Afghanistan because as I explained before so it's just talking telling you who controls the ground there. How little Pasadena the Afghan military has after years, and you're almost two decades of US support. And how little Cassidy that have to cover. Recovered key personnel, the Taliban control the terrain in this area. And I think this video shows that yes, the video is on Bill, and and their colleagues sites, they even have cut away. So they can illustrate the Lieutenant General who they claim was killed in the crash that they show a glimpse Bill just briefly of the weapon they claim brought it down that looks like a Soviet anti air a mess. A gun is that what that is can you tie? I I was unable to identify that weapon. That's certainly isn't something my area of expertise, but it looks to be some type of anti aircraft gun some type of Soviet area anti-aircraft gun that they used it down. If that is indeed the case, that's what they're claiming. Usually they do this with RPG's at the tail rotor or or put one inside the cabin of the helicopter. But in this case, they're not they're cleaning with some type of their anti-aircraft gun. And this is unusual. Do I say that correctly? I don't see I don't I'm not there for all helicopter shoot downs. But I can't remember one recently. Yeah, it's it's been a bit clean. They shoot them down. More often. I think the Taliban of claim they shot down far more than the app Gan military has, but I read a report in the Afghan press where they said there's been nine of them shot down in the last three or four years. It doesn't seem like a lot. But the Afghan military doesn't possess a lot of helicopters. They have about I think the number somewhere between fifty to one hundred copies. There's so they shot nine of them down. They they brought a tenth of Alex. Obviously, there's going to be you know, they're gonna get repair or they're getting new ones in training. But this shot down a significant in number. If that isn't the case, Tom a very good evening to you have a write up of from last week September eleventh. The head of Al Qaeda making a statement that is very aggressive towards the United States. I quote in part from your reporting, we must wage the war in any part of the Islamic world as if it is a single war with different fronts against the United enemy who was the United enemy. He names the United enemy the he says these conflicts, quote have always been the between the Muslims and the system the major international criminals America being the foremost, this doesn't seem like fresh material who's his audience for this Tom and Hal facto visit good evening to you. Good evening, John. Well, you know, I think his audience probably really aimed at Jarvis worldwide. He's trying to basically offer a unifying theme for Jihadist to basically face confront a unified enemy, basically, saying the United States is sort of the hidden hand behind all these different conflicts. Yeah. As I wrote in the piece at different times, he really struggles to try and connect various conflicts or wars to United States. For example, he blames the United States for what Russia does in Chechnya. And of course, that's absurd. We're the US is very little to nothing to do with that whatsoever. And their other examples like that as well. But the point is for him is to try and say that essentially all the complex the jihadis are in our part of a unified sort of war, and what I take away from this. That's actually meaningful is that you know, there's been this debate in the US and in the west in particular since nine eleven about Al Qaeda's supposed- far enemy strategy to say that they're really focused on the US and in striking in the western and in launching a nine eleven style plot and say. A US once again in the truth matters. That's really not their their sole concern their principal concern. It's not even a sort of the the thing that they put most resources in at all. In fact, what they put most of the resources in our in waging various insurgencies in wars throughout several different countries. You know, if you look at you, just a basic sort of back of the envelope calculation. You could see that they spent probably ninety nine point nine percent or more of their resources since nine eleven in foreign wars really quoting against the US in Afghanistan and Iraq, but also other conflicts and really this message sort of consistent with that being the we see over years from al-qaeda that that basically what did I hear you saying is that now there's really not a difference between fighting America in in terms of a terrorist attack overseas versus fighting these various different entities were were waging jihad against overseas. He also blasts ISIS or its leaders as fighting fighting a splitting the dean and securing. American objectives has he as he makes this Harsha charge against back. Daddy before. Yes. He's going after Baghdadi and the Islamic state a number of times, this is part of his sort of grand unification theory for America's the principal enemy of all Qaeda and all Muslims and jihadists, according diamond al-zawahiri. So what are you saying in this? This message is that essentially Abubaker al-baghdadi, and he's on McStay are serving America's interests or have served America's interests by dividing jihadists and undermining serve their unified. 'cause and you know, it's certainly true that these states has basically caused big problems role kite across the border, especially in Syria and elsewhere. But the idea that that's sort of part of America's plan, which is the ways out here. He portrays this is really absurd. I mean, the US has done more than anybody to try and roll back the Islamic state's games, for example, and really often ignored was doing in other parts of the world while was focused on trying to roll back the Islamic state. So it's not again. Narrative really really struggles to put forth a logical or rational narrative, but that's not the point of the the point of this is really to basically tell a story that can sort of unify jihadists in sort of on one enemy meeting off. Tom Joscelyn and Bill Roggio of the foundation for the defense of democracy. Bill reporting on the shoot down of a helicopter with no reaction from the Afghan military that we've paid so dearly to train and arm and Tom reporting on ZOA hurries charge a reigniting on September eleventh to his job dean when we come back, the death of Connie legend and also another network another part of Afghanistan a military base overrun by the Taliban. I'm John Batchelor..
"little cassidy" Discussed on WEEI
"Next one with ovitz dorgan enjoy this get ready for all right bruce cassidy after the three nothing shutout of tampa last night cutler to tie innocent here on sunday skate not the prettiest hockey tie i guess he's right i guess it's not like one of those sizzling wins that would get you leaping off your couch but it just in terms of the impressive team win unexpected with all those guys out of the lineup and i think back to last year when they made the switch with the claude julien i'm up in clothes neighborhood here on his back porch in montreal and people were mocking bruce cassidy you know the name our good buddy pete sheppard said there will be no cassidy magic we're seeing a little cassidy magic you're right and we're seeing don sweeney magic this team on pace for like one hundred and ten hundred and fifteen points before it's all said and done borderline presents team wrote online presence trophy team right am i might happen i they've ninety eight points now they of twelve games left their forty five wins the last time they won the presidents trophy i guess it didn't go so well in the postseason they lost the haves and the second round there but star peaking at the right time sort of accepted lose them all these bodies and i guess that leads me to just a question of what are the realistic expectations if they do finish as the top seed are you going to expect them to get to a cup final or is that still a little extreme given the youth of the the roster when they're healthy through up anomalous them i mean i would say that if you are the top seed you should get to the third round i think that's that's sort of where i would say.
"little cassidy" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"There was a little cassidy coil i'm sorry to put you through all of this with these questions but it's really important story an an and thank you for speaking this fall no farewell worker locker room we didn't have time to say goodbye but she was gone before we know what he only god knows why at sort i always say only god will fly thank you you're welcome thank you we reached judy coil in berry ontorio yesterday a man was convicted of sexually assaulting her daughter cassidy even though she died before she was able to testify a student an assaultrifle and young people terrorized and killed school shootings have become a nearconstant reality in the united states but even so yesterday's massacre of seventeen people in florida did manage shocked the country police say nineteen year old nicholas cruise walked into the marjorie stone men douglas high school with an ar fifteen that he bought himself legally after the shooting rampage he was caught by police sergio rosenblatt's 15yearold daughter goes to that school she survived the shooting we reach mr rosenblatt in parkland florida syria how is your daughter doing today she harian a she had a tough time she having a tough time um shooting sleep well last night and she really has been talked about the event she didn't cry which worries me uh sheeting sleep in her room which is highly unusual waited she sleep she slept with her younger brothers room.
"little cassidy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Morning happy life in ground i sure do now who can that i am sure william ready to come j o peaceable what are you care howery gums take him why don't you take these guys shut up i don't start my hands with trash go on sheriff mice gag i'm going to get the gun to here may vote you better get out cash if you've got you mr skaggs why are you doing this he ain't hurt you not all harsh woman each little to smart that's all after a couple of years in jail he'll aren't they keep his nose out on my business what did you get the range after the tokyo away you get the stuff all right it i bring you a file on a gun just keep them i'm not break in jail just yet i was in close i want you to ride back to the ranch tell mrs those to be prepared to get an offer whose skaggs for her place or he won't go flourish he will talent to hold on for a proper tell her she'll have scanned by the tail who hoppy crazy why was cakes do a thing like offer neurotrophic that's where you come in and shot down another stuff after an overhanging rocked northern ranchhouse then do this sheriff ours are prisoner okay a recognition gigs you wanted gm air for they go i remember lou storm who are hey come home two years hey call me when you're done and i will oh while you want skaggs wire just come to go a little cassidy the tell you to get some prayers together you're going to die alghoshoun yeah lebron yeah oh lisbon join me about those trends.
"little cassidy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Wow okay so hillary's on the nobody land okay so against two my daughter says true and he says hillary clinton i'm and then started laughing what did the trial do all the child voted for trump oh okay so he she's goal what again gil action was rake okay right so you got a mall santa and a ten year old girl on a slap and they're talking about christmas and who then i'm not saying listen on the list hillary clinton is on the nobody lynn now from what the at least from what we understand the girl the girl left to the girl then like a girl was not traumatized no it was the mom oh yeah cause i was the one that said oh gary go ten year old's knew what was going on with this might my my five year old nice little cassidy she knew was running for president she like bernie by the way yeah i found it funny he would've found that hillary well you know right that's yeah yeah yeah the ten year old in this story had no problem with that it was mom frye brothers raising little se to be socialist yes the mother said she called mall management who called the company that hired the santa battle tale yeah new six found out it was the nor programs corporation based in denver we called the today with the strong opinions on hillary clinton was taken off the mall floor with a band yeah a spokesperson told is the man minute is a joke but after the little girls mother cold they removed him okay of course you can't do that mass ask a question so it was totally host here oh stand was a list he was then i went off script no santa told the truth not hillary clinton is on the nobody with he's not the only one well i does is the bills on that list every monday on the year he's not the only one on that last eagles old news hillary's you know just last he'll it on the new list yeah you know what the santa is a good man is this santa told the truth if you lie little girl in your ten if you will i like hillary you'll be on the nobody let that snuck i didn't say if you live like it goes with the territory no in our course it does outlook when i if if if god forbid i ever i've ever of children and if i had a child.
"little cassidy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Year old girl on a slap and they're talking about christmas and who then i'm not saying listen on the list hillary clinton is on the nobody lynn now from what the at least from what we understand the girl the girl left to the girl that they'd like a girl was not traumatized no it was the mom yeah cause was the one that said how dare ego ten year old's knew what was going on with this might might my five year old nice little cassidy she knew was running for president she like bernie by the way yeah what i found it funny he would've found that hillary right that's yeah yeah yeah the ten year old in this story no problem with it it was mom and upper i brothers raising little se to be socialist yes the mother said she called mall management who called the company that hired the santa oh boy battle tailed yeah six found out it was the nor programs corporation based in denver we called him today with the strong opinions on hillary clinton was taken off the mall floor yeah yeah a spokesperson told is the man minute is a joke but after the little girls mother cold they removed him okay of course well glory you can't do that massie ask a question so it was totally host here oh stan i wasn't always the he was then i went off script no santa told the truth not oh him is on the nobody with he's not the only one well i does is the bills on that list and year he's not the only one on that last eagles all news hillary's you know just last resort on the new list yeah you know what the santa.