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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We had the fastest economic growth in the G 7 last year and will return to that status by the way by 2024 This is beaker Meanwhile labor leader Keir Starmer has accused bols Johnson's government of being too out of touch and two tired to make the changes needed to address the cost of a living crisis And Elon Musk said he would reverse former president Donald Trump's permanent ban from Twitter once he does take control of the company I would reverse the from a ban Obviously I'm not I don't own Twitter yet so this is not like a thing that will definitely happen because what if I don't own Twitter Well exactly What happens if he doesn't own Twitter Musk told a conference Twitter was a foolish in the extreme for kicking Trump off the site and that ban undermines trust in the social network Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Leanne guerin's this is Bloomberg Steven Leon thank you very much We're just going to bring you some news from continental to tyron auto parts manufacturer just coming in with their first quarter results the company confirming its full year prognosis the CEO saying the price increases did affect significantly its first quarter results the same the company is working with its customers to share the burden of increased costs He's talking about price increases affecting procurement and logistics This is the supply chain story we're seeing about this but an interesting player in the auto industry which we know is one of those that is very reliant on global supply chains and getting goods across borders Yeah absolutely fascinating So that in terms of the earning raft that we've had out this morning Right let's return then to the story though that's dominating here in the UK Boris Johnson has set alarm bells ringing including amongst some of his own MPs by insisting that the government has limited options for tackling surging living costs in the UK The prime minister set out his parliamentary agenda yesterday and to discuss with joined by a UK economy reporter at Lizzie Burton a good have you on So I mean really what the government said it didn't seem to be enough didn't seem to please his own MPs or the opposition right Exactly The prime minister instead was focusing on the longer term health of the economy He announced little beyond an extension of the energy price cap to deal with the short term pain of the cost of living crisis He said the government couldn't fully shield Britons from the impact of soaring inflation He emphasized the need for a responsible approach to the public finances and Caroline this is despite all the criticism that the Chancellor Rishi sunak took after his march budget for not doing enough to help the poorest household It's despite all the hints Bank of England officials dropped after their fourth straight rate rise last week that the ball is now in the treasury's court So the opposition is now calling for an emergency budget It's not just labor but don't hold your breath because Johnson spokesman says that simply isn't coming though we might get more announcements in the coming days One of the other issues we were watching very closely for in this speech was Northern Ireland would Boris Johnson use the opportunity to announce they were going to rewrite the Northern Ireland protocol that deal that effectively created a customs border in the Irish sea to deal with issues around Brexit What did we hear about this issue Lizzie Well there are no signs of an intention to unravel the protocol in the queen's speech although there was a lot on Brexit the government pledged to take advantage of its new legislative freedoms Part of the reason something was expected was that the pro UK democratic unionist party is refusing to join a government with the nationalist Sinn Fein unless action is taken on the protocol But we may yet get more in the pipeline There were reports that the UK could move unilaterally to drop checks on goods going from Britain to Northern Ireland which would effectively allow businesses to disregard EU rules but that would risk a trade war with the block and that would only add to the woes of the cost of living crisis It couldn't be a worse time In terms of the business response the CPI confederation of British industry says that the government needs to focus on delivery Delivery I suppose instead of slogans the queen's speech focused around the same pillars that the general election manifesto in 2019 was built on Achieving net zero leveling up and getting Brexit done The government would argue that it hasn't had the chance to progress on them because of the pandemic but now businesses and voters will want to see action The slogans translated into delivery before the next general election which can be held no later than January 2025 Johnson will be painfully aware of that but there is this pressure to deal with the immediate cost of living crisis So again as always it's events dear boy events getting in the way There were a lot of other issues brought up as well in the queen's speech One that Tory MPs had been watching out for was an announcement about housing reform What did we hear Well there was this ban on no fault evictions that's gone down very well with the usual suspects in the Tory party also neighbors and going to be allowed to hold referendums street votes over the size and style of extensions new homes and conversions on their road It's kind of bringing nimbyism not in my backyard ism into law So you can imagine how popular that will be but the key measure that people were listening out for more house building to deal with the property shortage that's fueling the house price boom that never came And street votes seem to run against that aim So the former conservative housing secretary Robert jenrick said the government will miss its target of 300,000 new homes a year by a country mile Yeah all of the newspaper from pages this morning are leading on this story Boris promises firepower to help hard hit families So that's the kind of positive line from the daily express the opposite take from The Guardian Tory's bereft of ideas to tackle the cost of living crisis So yeah and lots of images of course of Prince Charles because he was the one who actually delivered the queen's speech rather than the 96 year old a monarch who was absent That was also pretty interesting Lizzie thank you so much for being with us in the studio Bloomberg's UK economy reporter Lizzie burden Straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe will be hearing from some of our top interviews here on Bloomberg franci LaCroix has been speaking to the Nat west CEO Alison rose We've got that interview for you coming up next Plus we have the ahl del Hayes chairman and CEO Franz Mueller.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

Woz Happening!!!!

08:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"Imagine that. Well, they would call him frugal and cheap. I was calling him like sick. That's kind of demented. But, you know, it is what it is. His birth, her birth mother, Sarah, died early in Lizzie's life in 1862. She does have a sister named Emma and her stepmother, Abby Gordon, they married two years after the first mother died. So she was kind of like really quick into being married to her. Wow, that is like a real quick turnaround. Maybe that led to some trauma on Lizzie's. Well, she clearly didn't like it. I mean, she, of course, you can't replace your mother. And she kind of took a little objection to it. They did have a servant who was 26 from Ireland. And they lived a small house, despite all the money this guy made. He was really frugal. He lived in a small house, no plumbing. The guy literally had no plumbing. Yep. No running water? No, no. They washed and basins downstairs and has like a thing where they shit and pissed. It was gross. I would kill him too. My God. Yeah, he had the money. He had the money off grade. This guy had money. He was considered a very rich at that time. And so one of the possible motives why Lizzie Borden killed suppose we killed never proven that killed her father and stepmother is the fact that Abby's family member got fell in hard times and he had purchased the house for this person and put it in Abby's name and Lizzie and Emma felt that they might be ousted for the money. So money does rule everything around us. Oh yeah, oh yeah, they were not happy about that. He did buy them a house of their own to rent, but they put most of the money that was coming from the rent into refurbishing the house. So they didn't like it. So he ended up buying it back from them for like double their month that he paid. I mean, they got over. I don't see. They did die. Yeah, the parents did die. So on August 2nd, 1892, the family became really ill. And Abby went to the doctor and said, listen, I think we're being poisoned. And he said, well, what did you eat? And she said, we had day old fish. That was left out woman Tempe. He was like, no, it's food poisoning. Yeah. They were really old fish. He demanded not waste. He did not waste anything. He literally kept everything. You had eat leftovers. He was really, really conservative with his money. So a person fitting Lizzie's description went to a prescription place to get prescriptions. And she asked for this chemical that was basically a poison in the pharmacist said, look, I can't give you this unless you have a doctor's prescription. She said, well, it's to seal a seal skin cape. And he was like, no, you can't have it. They couldn't prove that it was her, but they said description fit her. So the poisoning kind of goes hand in hand. Yeah, but also at some point, I feel like men will be like, oh yeah, all ladies look exactly alike. Yeah, yeah. I mean, at the time, it was Victorian times, so I'm basically they had the same hands, they wore the same dresses. So I mean, you can't really say it was, it wasn't, but it was a small town and it's hard to say it wasn't her. I mean, give or take. So on August 3rd, Lizzie goes to a friend's house. And she says, I'm really concerned about my father. I feel that his business transactions and the people are going sour and that someone's going to harm him. Exactly. So the friend is kind of like, what are you talking about? He's like, I just feel something really bad is going to happen to father. Father, father. So go figure? So the same night, her uncle comes, which is John Morris. And it's Sarah's brother. And he spends the night. But he actually leaves first thing in the morning, so he has no real connection to this, except the fact that he's the brother, and he did spend the night that night. It does play into this. It does. It comes back. Everything comes out. Everything comes back. So the next morning, he leaves, and then Andrew goes to check on the houses and stuff that he owns. Team went down to the town. He wants to see his properties, make sure everything's going all right. He's a business. So Bridget, the servant becomes violently ill. Just like the family. I don't know. But if there was, it definitely comes back because she gets violently ill. But even though she's ill, Abby tells her, hey, I need the windows outside and inside cleaned. Yeah, right? Girls throwing up. She's sick and you're still here. Yeah. Respect your workers. Right? So there was no love back then. So still no love now. No, there's not, but I'm not cleaning windows inside. Now if I'm sick, the hell with that. So Abby says, I'm gonna go upstairs and I'm gonna fix the room, the guest room, that this is happening. So supposedly, Lizzie is ironing scarfs. I mean, she's really like, this is like a nice family. She was a substitute teacher. I mean, she was like high society. No. Abby weighs about 200 pounds. So Lizzie is under the room that Abby is supposed to be cleaning. Whoever killed her came in, hit her with an axe in the front as she spun around, she hit her 8 more times in the back of the head. Abby falls. Boom. Right. Lizzie heard nothing supposedly. Well, that doesn't make sense. You would hear a woman falling. Right. Regardless of weight, you would hear a woman falling. Right. And they actually took a 20 pound bag and tossed it to the ground, see what it would do. And it shook the house. Yeah, yeah, Lizzie. All right, what were you in an isolation chamber? Give me a break. Yeah, so it's kind of crazy because she's saying she didn't hear nothing and was unaware of what happened. So Bridget comes in and she goes back up to the attic because she's not feeling well. She's sick. And she hears Andrew coming in. And he's struggling with the locks because downstairs he had three locks on the door. So he never locked off the locks, but for some reason, all three locks a lot. And she heard Lizzie coming down the stairs laughing. The stairs where obviously you would see into the guest room and the mother being stepmother being dead. So he comes in, she's laughing. And he doesn't feel he's tired. I really want to rest. So he goes and he lays down on the couch in the sitting room, right? Now, at this point in time, someone came in and hid him 9 times in the face with a hatchet. And a hatchet is different from an axe? Well, see, they can say acts like I know the poem says, Lizzie Borden had an axe, gave her mother 40 wax when she saw what she had done, gave her father 41. As you can tell, they weren't exactly numbers. And a hatchet is considered a hand axe. So I just didn't know there was a difference. Yeah, so an axe is like a big handle thing like you swing and cut down trees. A hatchet is like smaller and you can like cut wood and it's not as big. So it's easier to maneuver. She would not have been able to lift the full axe. So, I mean, not the discriminator against women, but at that time. And 8 times in a yeah. Will work? Yeah. So basically, this person like Andrew's face was caved in. There was no his eye was hanging out, like, destroyed. Lizzie, now here's the thing about this. On both occasions, blood spatter would have been everywhere. And what it got all over this person. Because blood comes out from your arm. Yeah, and the amount of damage done to both people. Whoever did this would have been covered in blood. It's 9 times, that's a lot. Yeah. And then the face, I mean, hitting him in the face and blood coming everywhere. So this plays in later. So this is why I'm calling it bloody hell because this is so much blood that would have been all of these people. It's ridiculous. So I continue. So Andrew gets butchered. Now when asked by the police where she was, Lizzie comes up with a couple of different stories. One is that she went into the garage to get a weight to go fishing. Yeah, this is what she's telling people. Yeah. Then she changes this to I went in there to eat pears. In the garage. Yes, that's where they stored them. So she changed her story a couple of times. Now, the crime scene has been totally contaminated. People all over the country I'm seeing. They actually cover the bodies with clots, which you're not supposed to do. I didn't know this. I seen too many crime scenes, things. But I guess you're not supposed to cover the bodies with cloth that campus with the evidence. But it was a shit show for that time period, because they didn't have all the stuff they have now like DNA, and things like that. So they just basically went in there and poked around and there's a picture of Abby, and it looks like she's kneeling. What's really not a cop founder and her skirt was up, which was indecent at the time. So he shifted it to make it look like so she presentable. So it makes an illusion that she's kneeling, but she's really not. She's like face down. Oh, that's interesting. Yeah, so that's kind of really really cool. Not cool, not cool. She got butchered, but like the illusion, yeah. So a full search wasn't done until 32 hours after the bodies were found. Well, then all the evidence is gone. Exactly. And then Emma and Lizzie weren't questioned until three days after the thing. First of all, time to get your stories together. Time to make up lies.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Promptly baked European headquarters here in London I'm Caroline hecker with this Bloomberg radio business flash so European stock futures slumping this morning 1.2% Remember that the stock 600 had its worst week of the year buying the week after the Russian invasion of Ukraine last week so things have been fairly gloomy the concerns around global growth in particularly around recession in Europe although the ECB's Christine Lagarde said over the weekend to a Slovenian newspaper sort of rejecting the idea that we were going back to the 70s that stagflation in Europe isn't the ECB's baseline scenario As for bond yields this morning three 13 is where we stand for U.S. yields We've had a steepening of the yield curve we're getting inflation data out of the U.S. this week which will be the next key test also Chinese as CPI two plus there are lots of fed speakers to watch out for starting tomorrow messed up bostick Williams Waller kashkari and then daily a bit later on in the week so plenty to think about their they'll no doubt be defending the fed's path As for China we were talking a little earlier about the impact on the economy of COVID restrictions how much it has affected imports and exports in terms of iron ore this morning We've seen quite significant moves there iron or down now 6 and a half percent and copper extending a decline has been on the slide for 5 weeks because of these worries about Chinese growth jobs warning from Premier League Chang As for energy prices as Europe tries to get together it's ban on Russian oil imports going through currently down four tenths of 1% half of 1% for WTI crude features That is your big radio business flashlight here's the endgame with today's top stories good morning Leanne Caroline good morning to you and thank you and let's start with UK politics The labor leaders pulled out of his speech to his due to make later today as pressure months over so called beer gate Police are now investigating whether Keir Starmer broke lockdown restrictions by having a beer with colleagues last April He says it was a work event and he did follow all the rules Has been hugely critical of Boris Johnson nova gatherings at Downing Street during lockdown and has called on the prime minister to resign on numerous occasions Now on top corporate news two property companies are now in advanced talks to create a real estate group with assets across in London's covent garden and Chinatown Norway sovereign wealth fund a major investor in both companies signaled its support for the possible all stock deal between shaftesbury and capital encounters properties And finally Chelsea's sale is now wrapping up A group led by former Guggenheim partners president Todd Bowie and clear Lake capital have agreed to buy Chelsea football club for around 4.25 billion pounds The sense Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich is 19 year tenure at the club and deepens U.S. investment in the English Premier League The price is one of the highest ever for a professional sports team and followed a bidding war that went on for nearly two months Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries only Ann guerin's this is Bloomberg Lizzie Well thank you Leanne staying with the ramifications of the war in Ukraine the U.S. and the UK have already moved to ban imports of Russian oil and over the weekend the group of 7 wealthiest nations agreed to do the same but the EU has failed to reach an agreement on further measures ahead of Russia's victory day military parade which starts just short of an hour For more Bloomberg's European reporter Maria tadeo joins us Maria G 7 leaders have committed to banning imports of Russian oil but where does that leave the EU given Hungary's recalcitrant over phasing out crude oil Yeah well it does take away some of the shine from that communicate the juice haven't put out yesterday on the Sunday and of course it's no coincidence that we had this communicate plus this flurry of diplomatic trips and visits to Ukraine the day before this parade I mean this is a battle of narratives that we're seeing now it's Russia and then everyone else but in terms of this deal on oil the European Union still unable to get it through the finish line yesterday There was a meeting of European ambassadors here in Brussels They weren't able to get it done You have countries like Hungary but not just Hungary by the way you have the Czech Republic Slovakia that also say we need more time But the issue here is of course any deal at the European level is always difficult You have the 27 different countries They want to be seen to us fighting hard for their own countries We know that Orban when it comes to Ukraine to has had a very ambiguous line and for the Europeans it's hard to facilitate an almost hard to stomach concessions to someone like Victor Orban and Hungary and it's in that tension that of course you get the delay that we have today So in terms of the oil ban But what do we actually expect from Vladimir Putin This is an annual event It's usually pretty elaborate with fly pasts with military equipment on display And Putin is expected to make a speech Yeah and it's always a very big deal for the Russians When they look at this they're great victory at the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany when they referred to this They don't use the reference that we all use in the west of the end of the Second World War They referred to this as their great patriotic work so they see it very much from a Russian prism into this And if you look at the addition last year we're not for a little bit over an hour 20 minutes Vladimir Putin spoke for ten minutes but this year he could go longer than that And I think for the western perspective they want to hear about any references to Ukraine whether or not this full war is now announced or not Remember for the time being this is just a special operation in the eyes of the Russian government any references to the west to NATO the Russians say they're now fighting actively what they call the dark forces of the west and then of course the weapons not just the ones that put a parade perhaps any hints from Vladimir Putin in terms of the weapons Russia could be ready to use in Ukraine And very briefly can Vladimir Putin really present himself as a Victor when the war in Ukraine is already killed as many as 12 Russian generals more than 15,000 of the soldiers and we've seen the flagship of the Black Sea fleet sunk Yeah the issue is of course when you're in Russia this never happened This is just bad weather and nobody was able to sink this ship It was just a bad weather that caught up in a storm and the same thing applies to soldiers are dead and the same thing applies to the big military losses of.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:53 min | Last month

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Baltic states will become the next target if the freedom of Ukraine falls Western countries have ever seen to make it happen And the number of people say it depends on them The president of Ukraine is calling for more weapons as fears mount over a possible Russian takeover of Mary a pole Joe Biden's package includes artillery helicopters ammunition and other military equipment The move signals are more intense and military commitment after earlier shipments of mostly defensive weapons The two leaders spoke over the phone and that was yesterday Meanwhile Finland which says a long land border with Russia has started a process expected to lead to a NATO membership The prime minister said a bid to join the organization could be decided in the coming weeks after a white paper cited the security guarantees from the alliance mutual defense clause while local media reports Sweden may now also follow suit Right here in the UK Boris Johnson has suffered the first resignation since he and his Chancellor Rishi sunak were fined guilty for breaking coronavirus laws Bloomberg's chose cable has a details David wolfson a junior justice minister who sits in the House of lords cited repeated rule breaking and breaches of the criminal law in Downing Street as a reason for his resignation It is the most significant sign of dissent within the Tory party since Johnson and soon equipped earlier this week for a gathering on the prime minister's birthday in June 2020 while there are some signs of dissatisfaction including a backbench Tory and P calling for the prime minister to resign It is a dramatic turnaround from two months ago when growing dissent in the conservative ranks nearly led to Johnson's removal In London Charles cape for Bloomberg day break Europe In top corporate news investors will be watching later to see if Goldman city Morgan city Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo can live up to expectations after JPMorgan did fall short JPMorgan's first quarter results were marred by a loss of $524 million tied to the market fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine Here's the CEO Jamie Dimon Wars are unpredictable Wars have unpredictable outcome You've already seen an oil markets the oil markets are precarious okay So I pointed that out over and over that if people don't understand that those things can change dramatically meanwhile JPMorgan also added $900 million to its net reserves the vaccine slightly higher odds of a UN U.S. recession due to rising inflation and the war in Ukraine And London bankers looking to move jobs well guess what They have plenty of options Now that says a shortage of qualified candidates pushes firms to offer hefty pay increases according to a survey by the recruiter Morgan McKinley there was a 73% increase in jobs available in the first quarter and now that's compared to the same period last year people jumping ship while they clinched an average 22% salary uplift when changing employer Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Leigh Anne garands this is Bloomberg Lizzie Well Leanne it's interesting to me that bankers are so spoiled for choice When it comes to jobs even after bonus season because of course we thought there was going to be an end in sight to all these wage rises But the Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey had warned that workers needed to exercise wage restraint in the bargaining doesn't look like we're going to get any hope of that anytime soon in such a tight labor market Danny It doesn't But you wonder how long that's going to last again Leanne was just talking about JPMorgan earning some concerns there about the path forward And Lizzie speaking of which let's now turn our attention to gender pay gaps as well Well a new study shows that women compare themselves more to other women than men when it comes to earnings and that casts doubt over how effective pay transparency policies are at closing the gender pay gap The author of the report on that study is Mariana Baggio She's an economic researcher at the European Commission Mariana thanks so much for joining us I'm fascinated by this research and I've got a lot of theories about why women would react more strongly to being out earned by women than men Is it because they think that only so many women can get to the top so it's a zero sum game explain the psychology for us Hi hi Liz and hi Danny Thank you very much for having me here today while our study did not look specifically to disaster in the sense that this is a finding we have However we couldn't really disentangle why this happened but we can provide to alternative alternative explanations based on the previous literature One is that in the case you want to compare yourself to somebody and you don't have any feedback you need to look for somebody similar to you So you look at something familiar And in our case gender was really a selling characteristic in our online experiments So we think that maybe women compare themselves more to women because they felt they were closer to them So they could compare to other women in order to make a comparison that made things The other possible explanation is that there could be a persistent social norm that says the difference in each are expected between men and women But not really within women So a differential pay with other women is less acceptable because less expected in a way So basically women take for granted that there's going to be a gender pay gap I mean if women see other women as more comparable paces shall we say than men was there actually a difference in performance when it came to gender In our online experiment there was no difference So men and women performed equally on average There was no tender difference was however But remember that in our experiments we didn't give any feedback on our performance So that's why we think that probably an explanation for women comparing themselves more to other women is that they try to fill in that information gap by looking at their similar so to say Yeah because often we hear sort of the argument for okay there's a pay gap But when you look at it based on the career when you look at it where you are in the company perhaps women just there aren't as many women in higher profile jobs therefore they're not getting paid as much which of course is problematic within itself When you say that people tend to compare their salaries to people within their group I'm also wondering this phenomenon that's playing out do we see it happen on other groups But this does not mean that the effect could not be there and exactly it should be studied and like or inequalities whatever is the origin and whatever is the reason for discrimination There should be research done I'll have our study focused only on gender so we can really speak only about that It's interesting that you mentioned earlier about feedback and given the doubt that your casting over the effectiveness of using pay transparency to close the gender pay gap at least as a tool on its own Would it be more effective to tell women how they're doing in order to incentivize them to ask for a bigger raise Well in a way it's not really the patrons she will make little difference Our study at least found that women indeed do react more to differences with other women but they still react to different with the respect to the average in the company So indeed there is the value of Patreon strategy that we find in our study I'll have our elaboration on that is that that might not be enough and we could do something extra steps So feedback will definitely definitely be something that we could add on top And we could work on and it is something that we know about previous literature that we maintain to not to come that forward as much as men do But feedback is definitely one step towards that but there are also other tools that have been investigated in the literature such as in good mentors that give you feedback and the prompt you to ask for a raise You know you.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:11 min | 2 months ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are buying of shares from HMT So the form treasury essentially So yeah that interesting breaking news line on the terminal Let's get over to plugs the anger is now who has a roundup of today's top stories good morning Good morning Caroline and thank you Let's start with the U.S. which is attempting to clarify president Joe Biden's comments calling for Vladimir Putin's removal after it prompted criticism from European allies We will have a different future of writer future rooted in democracy and principal hope and light of decency and dignity of freedom and possibilities for God's sake This man can not remain powerful The president and his aides are now stressing that the U.S. has not seeking regime change in Moscow France and the UK are distancing themselves from Biden's comments in Poland with president Emmanuel Macron warning against an escalation of words or actions Biden has recently made a series of unscripted remarks fueling tensions with Russia Elsewhere president Vladimir zelensky is acknowledging Ukraine may have to concede territory to Russia ahead of peace talks between the two countries in turkey happening later today He wants to make a deal with Moscow over Donbass which has been partly controlled by Russian backed separatists since 2014 speaking to Bloomberg's Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. Says the country is ready to negotiate Well it's the negotiations does not mean what Ukraine is ready to surrender The negotiations mean that there should be a solution and push and diplomatic pressure to stop Russia As a war in Ukraine it is its second month British intelligence says there's a lack of momentum and morale among Russian troops as you cranian forces do continue to fight back Now on other news and right here in the UK Rishi sunak is facing a grilling from MPs later today over his response to the cost of living crisis Bloomberg's UN Potts has that story The UK's Chancellor is set to be questioned by the commons treasury committee today following last week's spring statements sooner will defend his 9 billion pound package of tax cuts which has been criticized for failing to do enough to help poor households cope with soaring energy bills He cut fuel duty and increased the amount workers going to earn before paying social security contributions but some analysts say the giveaways amounted to too little Are YouGov survey in the wake of the statement suggests a slump in the Chancellor's popularity In London I'm you and Potts queen big day Europe And some Oscars drama for you this morning just minutes before winning the Oscar for best actor Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock live on TV Rock had joked that smith's wife Jada Pinkett Smith who has alopecia should be in the next GI Jane movie a reference to her extremely short hair Smith did win his Oscar for his betrayal of Richard Williams in king Richard Coda a film about a high school student who can hear struggling to please her death family did win best picture Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Leigh Anne gerrans this is Bloomberg Lizzie Well Lyanna I can completely empathize with Will Smith's anger on behalf of Jada Pinkett Smith I've had alopecia in the past and let me tell you here is a very personal thing I imagine even more so for an actress So I can it's not maybe not the right way to react but I can feel for them right now Well I think so And I think he did say in his speech when he accepted the best actor award that he'd probably just over a reacted like a father would and he's sort of impersonating art as Richard Williams the father of Serena and Venus Williams and I do think your hair is kind of your crown isn't it When you think of it in that way so alopecia is something that does really affect people and not many people speak about it so it's obviously quite personal to yourself and to Jada herself However I do feel like violence has never really condone so sometimes pulling someone aside afterwards might have been a better idea but of course tempers flare Couldn't agree more method acting gone a bit too far Thankfully and let's get back to the latest on the war in Ukraine And as you were mentioning Ukrainian and Russian negotiating teams are set to resume in person talks this week Bloomberg senior reporter for international affairs Mark champion joins us now great to have you with us Mark Now The White House has been trying to row back on these comments from U.S. president Joe Biden He made this off the cuff remark at a speech in Poland that Putin can not remain in power What did he mean by that in your reading Well I mean as far as we know it was off the cuff and The White House is saying that he'd been sort of emotionally impacted by the refugees that he met in Poland and their stories But the problem is that the words of what they are they are a gift to president Putin who's been arguing throughout that this is not a war against Ukraine It's a water defend Russia against western attempts to destroy Russia So unfortunately it's a gift for him and propaganda terms And it also when you have a leader who is now seen as somewhat isolated paranoid in Moscow it really doesn't help to suggest that that's the kind of thinking that is going on in Washington whether or not it is the public position Yes okay So that unprecedented Biden Well what about the talks then that we know are going to happen between Ukrainians and Russians and zelensky talking about the possibility of compromise.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Talking about the UK being the first major economy to transition from COVID being a pandemic to being endemic Well with no lockdown imposed in the UK hyperlocal data gives us a bit of an early look at what this could look like Now Bloomberg's UK economy reports a Lizzy burdens we look at the numbers We know about the economic impact of Macron so far Well it affects the economy in two main ways First of all the tighter restrictions and higher consumer caution are weighing on spending So even though UK retail sales grew overall in December you can see the hit to footfall in brick and mortar stores And you can also see it in the Barclay card spending data the hit to retail hospitality and leisure specifically because people are staying at home If you look at Bloomberg's very own pret index you can see that coffee sales improved more in London's suburbs than they did in the City of London and that suggests people are working from home which brings me on to the other big economic impact which is worker absenteeism Given the so infectious much of the workforce started the year on sick leave And the center for economics and business research reckons that will shave off 8.8% from UK GDP in January and February So that's why ministers are calling for the isolation period to be cut from 7 days to 5 As you say moving from pandemic to endemic I don't know how many people in the UK took on board that advice on the government to be cautious over Christmas I don't think that happened did it What about the global picture Lizzie Well the absenteeism affects also taking its toll in the U.S. more than 5 million workers are estimated to have stayed home just last week But the chief economist at the job site has likened it to a blizzard in a specific shop to the labor market but hopefully it'll be short lived Now comparing that internationally if we look again at Bloomberg's press index you can see that in the first week of the year coffee sales in Hong Kong improved significantly more than in New York and London and Washington D.C. was the worst off So again reflecting that impact on spending and of worker absenteeism And what about returns to office plans is certainly feels pretty quiet here in the City of London What's that company's doing at the moment to get people back into the office Are they doing that Yeah you can hear the wind blowing Well many workers have started the year on sick leave as I say about 4% of UK pretending staff were absent last week And around the world big banks have been asking staff to work from home where as we know it was them who was really dragging workers back to their desks earlier in the pandemic In terms of the longer term every wave of COVID that we have seems to increase the likelihood that more higher paying jobs will shift permanently to remote working And in the U.S. a study by ladders the career site found that a quarter would be fully remote by the end of the year Pretty staggering I reckon Yeah I think there's going to be a clash Paying for your energy bill at home was also to try to work from home over the winter I think that's going to be interesting Lizzie thank you so much for being with us That is our Bloomberg UK economy reporter Lizzie burden Well let's go out and up the latest global news Bloomberg's Hannah George Good morning Ewan and thank you while here in the UK as Caroline mentioned the Metropolitan Police say they're in touch with the cabinet office following widespread reports.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:49 min | 5 months ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"I've been doing nicely and the job was done. I think more of the reports I read about the race were more about how they wanted to name a bar at the racecourse, the album photo bar, then actually anything to do with the actual race. Well, I thought it was interesting. You know, I did spend quite a lot of time going through the program, but because I kind of got a bit of a head on me about it. Was Willie Mullins plans and other run before Charlton, but doesn't want to go to the Dublin racing festival. So I had a look at what he could possibly run in. Let's go. Nikki gets cruel for this the whole time. So let's switch it up. Let's go for Willy this time. Come on. The Bobby Joe chase is too late. The red mills chases too late, I thought that he could go for the horse and jockey hotel chase to alajo one last year is two more four at furloughs at the end of January. People with a certain age tend to come out. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, my knowledge of the Irish program book is pretty much zero, but even smaller. Good work. So perhaps that's where we'll see him next. So second run for album photo. Look, at his age, is he a genuine go cup contender at a ten Lizzie? Well, I like the story. So I'm going to say yes, because I like the story. I think he's a lovely horse. I thought you wrote, I thought he ran a very admiral. I'd admirable race in it last year. And to be honest with you, I thought that the ride that a Pluto had got from Rachel, where she shot the door on pool, did make quite a lot of difference, actually. I caught an important part of the part of the race where the race is developing. And you're not able to make the ground that you want to, you have to check and combat around. It was quite a lot by that point, you know, midair Endo was gone. And he wasn't beaten over 5 lengths. So I'm going to say that I still think he's there with every chance. And for me, I always remember, there was something that happened when I was quite young, the best mate story. And those three wins. And for me, that was a very massive thing. It was very young when that happened. And to see someone do that again would be a fantastic achievement. You're making me feel old, by the way, but I was very young when that happened. Early, early 21, 22, and did cry as a Simon hold did that three gold cups. It was just amazing. An incredible site. Can he do it, Rory? Because so rewind real quick and I'm sure I'm sure there's a remix that can be put in there. A police artist looks imperious as Lizzy said. So there's just there's something not quite right with the drumhead yard. So if you put into your head, I mean, that statement then the plutarch is the worst bet for children. Lizzie, we should also point out, by the way, the Roy del argues the head of the absolute fun club and will not talk about what I said about that horse. And of course, absolutely bolted up in the novice chase, well done again, Rory. Then Henry didn't take Roy's advice, didn't go for the champion chase and got beaten by the pesky min in the Ryanair and you just came up short in the gold cup last year. But is still young, but he was brilliant at hey Doc. So clearly that wasn't his running in the cells. And if it was his running, then galvin's a monster. But the bedding for the gold cup. Kaluki are going 12s of album photo. 6 is galvin. Another indo is tens. Massive question mark over him. Aptly charged 72. On the basis of what you've seen with album photo and the other service chase from leopard stone and the king George. Why don't we just call them all the cells, chase? Who would you currently go with? For the gold cup because the bedding is a mess. Well, Ali post betting is only post bedding. Isn't it? Who else reads it at least before I can dig it out myself because I'm trying to get there, but my laptop is very slow. Apple chart 72 galvin 6 to one, Manila indo tens, album photo 12s, tornado flour 14s, protectorat, 16s, a laho 20s, Assyrian flange, 25s within touch on him, but money back of he falls. We should have given him a mention in the king's relationship with me. Yeah, yeah, we should have to be fair. He was giving his backers a right run for their money and again, it's just roller coaster stuff, but I did think it was interesting what Danny Mullen said that he wouldn't have mind if a steering for launch came along to him because he said he felt he had plenty more left in the tank and Toronto flour. So look, if he stands up, he's a bloody good horse. Champ. Okay, 25s. Chantry house. 25. Then we go for brave man's game. We'll talk about the next podcast. May not even be going to jump. John bounce might have something to say about that. Go on. He may not go to cheltenham, certainly won't be going to China for a gold accomplish. No way. Hell, but he's 30. Unless unless he changes stables. But he's 33s. And voila, 33s. Castle born west 40s fidget 40s, genital 40s. There you go. There might just be something in there at a massive price that is worth an each way tickle. A lot.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

07:51 min | 5 months ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

"We're not afraid to hurt to kiss. Everything is different. Right. That's food. When I was in France, when I was in France, when I was in France, I was really young. I was like 18. And this could be it could have been a total fluke. I haven't been there since. Tell me if this is normal if I'm interpreting it wrong. Yeah. So I was on, I'm gonna say it like a total hick. Champ C Lizzie? Well. Thank you. And I was walking with a friend and one guy grabbed my arm and pulled me backward and another guy grabbed her arm and pulled her backward away from each other. And it was really aggressive and it was scary. And I ripped my arm out from him and I kind of ran away and she did the same thing and we both ran to each other. So I don't know if they were going to abduct us. I don't know if they were trying to be sexual and hit on us. I have no idea what was happening. Well, that's to the language bad intention. Or something, not trying to. Okay. So I wasn't sure that was sexual. Or if that was like thugs. Okay. Sorry it happened to you. And appropriate. But that could happen anywhere in any way. Okay. Second thing that happened. Loved loved Paris, but two really bad things happened. So that was one thing. And I was like, and I really had no idea how to interpret it. Second thing we were having dinner and it was a group of girls. I was over there with this dance dance company I was with. So there was a group of girls. We spoke no French. And we were being silly and we were sitting outside and I was really shy at the time with boys. Sure. And so the girls were kind of picking on me and the waiter, I did not think the way to rescue. I didn't have I wasn't flirting with him, but the girls were picking on me. They were saying, she thinks you're cute. She thinks you're cute. And I was like, no, I don't leave me alone. I'm not doing anything. I don't think you're cute. And I think he interpreted that in a way that I was flirting with him. And I asked where the bathroom was. And I'm not exaggerating. It was downstairs. It was like a small little bistro. It was in the restaurant downstairs, of course, was in the restaurant. He's like on the street corner. So it was in the restaurant downstairs down these kind of like windy stairs. And he was like, I'll show you or something like that. So he basically pulled me again like kind of grabbed my arm. I was like, here we go again. What is going on? And he pulled me into a bathroom stall. And my friend, luckily, saw him kind of pulling me and she came in behind me and pushed him and pulled me out of the bathroom stall. And so I was like, I don't know what is going on. But I guess I meant to be raped or something. This is my really fun to tug. Yeah. Exactly. And we were like, get away, and then we had because we were on the dance company. And so our quote unquote chaperones are the women that were our teachers were down the street and another restaurant. We ran to them. And we were like, oh, Kristen was almost like sexually assaulted or something. But I wasn't, and then we didn't report it or anything like that was just weird. We paid and left. But interpret that for me. This meant that he interpret that as I was flirting with him and it was time to do it or it's another thug. It's something that I'm very sorry it happened. It's not. That's not normal. There's a big difference between, I would say the French natural way of maybe flirting and do like this than anything that involve from a violence or threat of any kind. I have a very strong feminist mother who believes in the quality of this, but still all that happened to you is an acceptable and has nothing to do with the French. Whatsoever. Yeah. Can I hear some examples of ways that the French are romantic? In terms of it's interesting. Usually we grab the forearm. All what Chris described as the rules of don't are the dos in Paris. You pick up a woman on the first date with your car at her house. You after the date you sent a text to something that the best time and a picture of the data something. And she will answer. And then if you like the girl, if you want to impress her, you know, a couple of roses are one rows, delivered the next day will go to her heart. You write something with your handwriting note still works. So it's hard to get even she likes you, she doesn't, but once the girl likes you, she does she's not afraid of you. While here at the Chris point, which I agree 100%, there is this fear factor between men and women where it's uncomfortable for both for a long time. And that's because I don't know what happened between the two where everybody's a friend of each other. Really? People get hurt a lot. That's where all of your people. We got a guest on our show recently, Francois. Who was talking about a bad breakup that she had just gone through and then about the boundaries that she now has in place and enlisting how hard a guy has to work to have her trust him. Absolutely. I couldn't believe the hoops. So men jump through. You're a woman. Yes. When are you rules? Well, to gain the trust from you, a man has to do. I married. For a man to gain trust. You know, I am equally just as wary of me. I've also been burned in the past by other men by my men in business and men on a sexual level. Really? Yeah, so I'm from Canada. So I had to adjust myself when I came over here. I had to tone my flirting down and I had to put my walls up when I moved on. But I also was 23 when I moved here, so I don't know if that happened to go along with my age. But there's a very different world in the United States. People drink for sport over here. I know. They're much more guarded. They're more aggressive. They're, you know, it's crazy. I went to a tailgate game when I arrived in Cleveland with the browns. And I have never been to anything in my life. And I thought I arrived in the wildest world ever. It was 9 a.m. in January, but still you got hundreds of people. Barbecue out of your car. And it's 0°. No, so it was extremely and talk about the floating going on. I mean, I live in the morning. Yeah. I won't be graphic, but I was like, but what is going on? Yeah. So let me ask you, then what are the rules for a guys to gain your trust, Christine? This is kind of this is like a bullshit thing to say for because guys will go, what does that even mean? But it's like a thing since 6th sense. Intuition. Intuition. Consistent in being responsive and reliable, but not needy. So does that make sense what I'm saying? So when I met my husband, I was blown away by him. He opened a car door for me. I never had that done before. He followed up with a text. But does this into the phone when I called? I liked that. Does this confuse men though? Because, for example, we were just saying, we don't like romance kind of scares us sometimes, but do you think then do not, does that mean we don't want men to open the door? Is that how you interpret it? I can't still. I still can't change who I am and how I was raised. I'll always open the door. I'll always be polite. I'll always walk on the course to side of the road, et cetera. Because that stuff that I like. That doesn't bridge romance for me. That just bridges like respect, respect, politeness, good character. Etiquette. I think women have to almost end this might sound equally as bullshitty. Women almost have to be tricked into romance here. You have like they want it. But you kind of have to trick up. Yeah, you have to sneak it in there. Take it in. It's not something that you give me an example of that..

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"Hey there one. My name is ari in welcome to made of metals. A motivational podcast. Where retail stories about regular people overcoming insurmountable odds. So personally. I wanted to give a big. Thank you in shoutout to curious painter. The lovely review on apple podcasts. So sweet thank you so much for the kind words in rating it truly warmed my heart and i so appreciate your support. Thank you so much for listening. I love getting feedback from you guys to know that i'm doing the right thing or the wrong thing what it seems like. I'm doing the right thing. So i'm going to keep doing what i'm doing so thank you so much. I really appreciate it now. This week's story is one that i've known for most of my life and that i love sharing with any in everyone who wants to listen though. It's always the details and the little tidbits that i really enjoy learning about when revisiting an old favourite. Every time i tell the story. I always feel a sense of incredible for the freedoms that i'm allowed to have every single day also a renewed appreciation for the incredible strength in power in writing words in women to me stories. Carry a unique value. Something that is exclusive to the person listening are also thought this would be a great story to choose following. Our abraham lincoln series as the two lived during the same time period. So don't worry guys. I'll be covering non civil war related individuals in my next episode. We're actually going to pivot. In cover a music figure a music icon. So i wanted to be sure that from a great suggestion that i received that i'm covering the vast diversity in character in values that are available in all industries not just in the historic building of america. So please stay tuned for next episode but the individual in today's story was above all things daring in outspoken. their life's work centered around giving a voice to the silenced. And empowering the disenfranchised this person had to endure awful tragedies having everything they stood for challenged risking their life in limb just for the betterment of others and in spite of all the hate resistance they became one of the most iconic figures in our history for taking on generations of stereotypes and discrimination. These stories always get a bit close to home for me as well because i love to write in always appreciate a fellow author. So in today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not i realize that. She had to become the sole provider for herself in her siblings and planned for next steps. Accordingly ida dropped out of school in did the impossible. Although ida was in her early teens reportedly to be aged sixteen at the most of the time for parents death she was able to convince a local county administrator that she was eighteen years old and secured a job as a teacher. We can already see how her parents early influence lived on through artists dedication to education after a few years working in mississippi ardy decided to move her family to memphis tennessee or a close family member. Currently lives around eighteen. Eighty four upon her arrival in memphis ida was able to again secure work as a teacher and began taking classes at the nearby school of fisk university. Located in nashville. It was on one of her routine train. Rides from memphis to nashville that ida would experience a fateful event. That would light a fire in her. That could not be contained for the rest of her days on this particular day ida had purchased a first class ticket for her. Commute from memphis to nashville. When ida attempted to board the first clash train in sit in her paid for seat the train conductors demanded that she moved to another car that was designated for african americans. Ida as any sensible person would refused. She had paid for ticket and was rightly entitled to sit in her current place in first class naturally. The train operators became enraged. The nation was still so polarized after the civil war and although african americans were free they were not at all treated as human beings. Let alone equals who are afforded basic rights. A black woman such as ida standing up for herself with unacceptable to say the least ida was forcibly removed from the train. But not without a fight it was reported that ida was able to injure one of the men though. I'm sure not at all what was deserved based on her treatment. But i didn't stop the fight there. She filed a lawsuit against the train company and initially won the case and was awarded settlement after an appeal to the federal level. The case was overturned in the original verdict. Vacated idle lost her settlement and was ordered.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"In today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not

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Who Was Ida B. Wells?

Made of Mettle

02:32 min | 9 months ago

Who Was Ida B. Wells?

"In today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yokels. What about a Litt? What about Lizzie? Well, Elizabeth Kamala Harris to the left over feel I felt the burn in my drawers. Whenever he spoke, my wallet I felt the Bern who else was there? Who else was in an illustrious kept them all? I can't remember anymore. Well, it's ridiculously what happens. You've already voted right? I'm voted. I did vote for three Democrats. Really? Yes, I did. I know them and they're good people. Good men, a couple of good women. I like last Misa Marco, don't say that. Well, we'll get we'll find out Willy because for those who don't vote will have a big preview and we'll get your picks. I'll tell you right now for If you're a dumb ass don't vote. Would you agree? Maybe on November 5th sixth or seventh or eighth. You gotta vote vote. Of course. Here in Pennsylvania. You could vote anytime. Supreme Court side Just vote three days later. It's okay. We're so screwed up in this country. Don't get me started on that. If the Trumpster wins, what kind of fallout will be in the country? I asked that question to John Cranley. Their meetings being held now about how to handle the riots. Trump wins. What happens if Mr Biden wins functional Americans do not riot. Julia. The astute report is the proud service. Every local temp star heating and air conditioning dealers. Temp star quality You can feel in Cincinnati called Sheldon Braun Braun heating a three a 5 77 65. Denise Tree House may make all the stats may make us purple Pardes might be purple. The numbers are going up much like being at a casino in a jackpot. Hospitalizations are slightly going up in fatalities really aren't Stay home. I have a text here from your good friend of mine. Sarah Huckabee, using the statistics of the CDC, which as you know, gather the stats everywhere. Constantly all.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's on the South Coast. The Fall River home where Andrew and Sarah Borden were hacked to death allegedly by their daughter, Lizzie. Well, it's open and doing a booming business. Despite the pandemic, I think because of Salem being kind of shut down that were a little crazier than normal. They're scaring up a lot of business at the Lizzie Borden bed and breakfast, where overnight reservations and tours are nearly booked solid for the entire month of October. Operations manager Jerry Pacheco says the Borden House is known as one of the most spirit active sites in the area. If you Believe in that kind of thing, And he doesn't think it's Lizzie spirit that is haunting the house. Mr Borden Borden runs this place felt everyone and I got to go in the house has come to let us do stuff. Permission. Dio is still there. Also doing two sold out ghost hunts at Maplecroft, October 30th and 31st. That's where Lizzy moved with her sister. After the murder trials. Kim Tonic left W. B Z Boston's news radio and over on the Cape in high end as a man wearing a Sound suit carrying a baseball that was arrested over the weekend. Police in Barnstable say they responded to the call of veteran speech for a report of a suspect allegedly thwacking someone's car with a bet when they got there. They said they found Justice Almond of East Ham. He was only arrested, though on a warrant for driving with a suspended license. 5 57, and if you live in a red zone area for covert in Massachusetts, you might get a text tonight. What's in that message coming up in the news at six with Madison Rogers. Facebook knows that voting this year is a.

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"lizzie wells" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On radio, TV and social media on howto prevent Cove in 19 and how to support people who are infected. Cadet says. Information is much more widespread that have a lot a lot. So far, Haiti has not gotten slammed nearly as badly as anticipated. We expected to have a 1,000,000 cases, but so far we got only 6000 less than 10,000 cases. It's difficult to know the real count again. Many people aren't getting care or getting tested. The official death toll from covert 19 is less than 200. Today is not entirely sure why this is the one thing she can see is that many people's attitudes are changing. Now, health workers are being thanked in the community, not vilified. When I look back. I said that we come for So she's uneasy about the future. The biggest outbreak in the Caribbean is just across the border in the Dominican Republic, a place many Haitians go back and forth for work. Gets frustrated with testing delays, a lack of coordination and shortages of personal protective equipment and medical oxygen. Then, just a few weeks ago, Haiti's international airport reopened points out that a big Haitian community it's just a flight away in Florida, which is now a major hot spot. I am definitely worried because I am afraid that we're gonna have over clans of corner of our cases. Again. Patients have been stuck in the U. S waiting to get back. Others are being deported Since flights resumed, at least 40 imported cases have been documented in Haiti, leaving cadet back to where we started this story, anxious and uncertain. For the world. I'm Alana Gordon. It's been a while since most of us have gone to a museum, according to social Media. What art lovers really miss their all about that bass? A nice, but the sculpted kind that is A recent social media campaign launched by the Yorkshire Museum in the UK Hashtag Best Museum bum. It went viral because Lucy Crichton is Yorkshire Museum's archaeology curator. She kicked off the challenge with the derriere of a Roman statue. Why'd you choose this particular bum Lizzie? Well, we chose this best museum bum because it's just a fantastic piece of Roman art. It would've decorated public baths, We think in the suburbs off e Barack Um Roman York, So it's local. Two words. It's an exotic import. We thought it's a fantastic museum bum. So I know the Yorkshire Museum has a curated to battle. Siri's is this Roman bone? Part of that Siri's? And how did that whole cirie start? So the auction museum has been playing curator battle on Twitter? Since lock down began like museums across the world. We've been closed since the middle of March. So we've had to be creative. In finding ways to engage with the public. What do you think about all the non traditional bums that people have been sharing in this viral takeoff of best museum bomb like the bottoms of bumble bees and fish with legs? I know people have been so creative. It's been fantastic that have baiting bums from the animal kingdom. Both in taxidermy variety and also living animals, but also museums that don't have traditional collections, collections of sculpture, and I got really creative and we had the bombs off shits and of other vehicles like trains and even the tail gonna position of the Halifax bomber, so people really got creative in their best museum bum choices. Yeah, Every object has its bomb. Now that I think about it, they're kind of everywhere in museums. Is that something? Art Curator Sze are all in on like the bums and museums. And why was it the least offensive body part that artists were willing to take on publicly. You're right. They're all museums have bums in one form or another and There's something universal about the human body. It's been a subject of aft and historical objects throughout history. The new figure has been a popular topic enought for a long time. Why is that? Well, it's universal. We've all got them the in terms of shattering museum bums and why we thought it was a fun topic to choose. It's because it gives people including curator is in the public have license to be silly with the collections and have a little bit of fun, And it's a fun way to engage people who, perhaps our regular museum visitors, he might go to a museum to try and seek out some buns. Well, these kinds of activities kind of changed the perception of museums as being serious places for high minded art and maybe make them a little more fun. I think so. I think initiatives like curator battle, and I think museums having fun on social media can perhaps help to break down some of those perceived barriers to access that museums can face We try to be as inclusive as possible. At York Museums, trust and museums are looking to diversify their visitors and to be accessible for everyone. So doing fun. Things on social media is a way to promote our collection and get it out there to parts of society that might not normally walked through our doors. Lucy Crichton is Yorkshire Museum's archaeology curator. She's been speaking with me about the museum's recent Hashtag. Best Museum. Bomb Challenge, Lucy. It's been great talking stone, bronze and other bombs with you. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you very much. You're with the world. 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"lizzie wells" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

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"lizzie wells" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"That was very. For us. It really seemed like the male presents was the dominant president presence in the House that night, because we caught several male EPA's during our investigation, dead board and right. Thank thinkers after board and absolutely and the reason I say that is because later on during the night. We were downstairs doing vp sessions, and we all got this really interesting feeling like you know. There was somebody in the room with us. Almost like a male presence and then after our investigation, we slept in the house at night. So because there's so many rooms we all took a room and the room that I was sleeping in I was sleeping there and I kinda rolled-over and I kind of glanced up, and you're of in that you know in between state of awake and sleep and I, just kind of glanced up a little bit, and there was a figure standing in the doorway and IDA. Okay, there's there. At your. songs me Miranda about it the next morning and she said well. I was going to tell you that. I saw figuring mind were way so that was extremely interesting and extremely telling, and then when we did the evidence review again after investigation, we go back, and we review all of our audio and video equipment that we left running that night, and we left everything running throughout the entire night, so from seven. PM when we set it up to ten am when we left. All of that equipment ran so when we are listening to the audio, we picked up two more EDP's that were strictly telling and both of them were in the room. Were Andrew born was killed, and the first one was My investigator Carr and Jenny were kind of sitting there talking before we started. Started the formal investigation and they were talking about the differences between the Lizzie Bordon House and the Ballista X., murder, house, and so they're just kind of talking about as we were axe murders in hatchet murders inside, and Kara said that would be a horrible way to go and a male. We picked up a male voice on the voice recorder, saying it was an. L. was kind of interesting. And then also that that about an hour after that the the Andrew where you're board was killed off to off to that room as a parlor, so Michelle was in the parlor, and Jenny was kind of leaning on the door frame. Just kinda talking. They were the only two downstairs, and they were standing there, talking and the voice recorder from the Andrew and Kill Room. Room said I'm standing right here next to you. And it was a male voice, and again crystal-clear came up on the voice recorder crystal clear, and that is probably one of the top five ABP's that we've ever captured Jenny didn't hear it in the moment, but it is. It's very clear that it was. It was spoken right behind her, and it was a male voice. Well! Was it a deep voice like mine was. Not as deep as yours but. Like spoken like I'm speaking to you in in that kind of volume will not at whisper anything. It was like right here next to you and Yeah, it's it's on our video and that was extremely interesting to us, but are you disappointed there, you? You didn't have the presence of mind to to say T. was it Lizzie? Well we did ask that. We did. But neither soon as he said I'm might next to you, I would i. we didn't. We didn't hear the moment they'll all. We went back and looked at listened to the audio tape. On the audio. Heard it in the moment on around and said Okay your here. Let's talk business. Who did this? and. We would have gotten down to it but It was very interesting investigation for sure while a so you can I show just a minute of it absolutely. GonNa take just a second 'cause. I'm really clumsy with the tech here, but let's see if I can She s green. A shoot me folks for this I will order editor out of the audio. Me Do any of this stuff. Okay, this and Dan this..

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