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Conservative Commentator Ben Shapiro on His New Book:  'The Authoritarian Moment'

Newt's World

02:00 min | Last week

Conservative Commentator Ben Shapiro on His New Book: 'The Authoritarian Moment'

"In his new book yet. Thawra -tarian moment ben. Shapiro examines the real authoritarian threat to america. Is supposedly antifascist loved youth archer and loftus aggressively insistent that everyone must bend as values. Demanding submission informative. The left is obsessed with putting people in categories and changing you nature. Everyone who opposes it must be destroyed. Shapiro looks at everything. From pop culture. The frankfurt school social media to the founding fathers to explain the origins of our turn to tyranny. And why so. Many seem blind to the authoritarian moment lays bare the intolerance and rigidity creeping into all american ideology and prescribes the solution to end emir. Authoritarianism threatens our future here to talk more about the themes in his book. I'm really pleased to welcome my guest. Then shapiro is editor in chief of the daily wire host of ben shapiro. Show his latest book authoritarian moment. How the left weaponized. America's institutions against assent is a new york times bestseller and is available. Now ben thank you for joining us really appreciate it. You've done so many different things. What prompted you to write the new book. And i think over the course of the last year watching as not just social media mobs went after people but as corporations started to reflect the winds of the social media. Mobs will watching as the public health. Establishments started to reflect politics rather than actual public health guidance. Watching as the media went out of its way to continue to promulgate falsehoods in the name of particular political points of view. It was deeply

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Ethanol Plant Causes Severe Pesticide Contamination in Nebraska

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Ethanol Plant Causes Severe Pesticide Contamination in Nebraska

"In one small nebraska town residents are living alongside unprecedented pesticide contamination. All stemming from a local ethanol plant the plant wants made headlines for its unorthodox way of making the additive but now researchers are investigating possible side effects including be die-offs sick pets and health concerns christina stella of nebraska public media reports most of the gas we pump into our cars is now blended with ethanol and alcohol usually made from corn but the six hundred person village of mead nebraska is home to a plant like no other the alternate ethanol company instead used surplus crop seeds but many were also coated with pesticides that contaminated the company's main byproduct accord corn sludge called wet cake resident. Charlie mcevoy says their problems started with a stench with think smells like a combination of dead rats and writing green years later. Emily loftus lives by eighty four thousand tonnes of rotting toxic byproducts and enough waste water to fill more than two hundred and sixty olympic size swimming pools. We bought this house. We thought it was going to be a great house for kids and now the question is did we harm them and this process. Is it safe. When they're out bouncing on the trampoline we don't know nebraska closed the plant in february after years of environmental violations days later. The company accidentally spilled four million more gallons. Eleanor rogan at the university of nebraska. Medical center says that's created a rare extreme case of pesticide pollution. If you just trying to imagine eighty four thousand tonnes of something. I mean we're talking about. Rows and rows of three story told hills of contaminated stuff stuff. Rogan is overseeing a team of public health and environmental researchers investigating poison. Pets be die-offs an unexplained health issues state sampling found around a dozen pesticides in all tens waste some at hundreds to thousand times higher than safety

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"loftus" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:14 min | Last month

"loftus" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"I'm sort of of the mind that like well. Then he can just do it when he when he's the age to go to kindergarten. Yeah that is. It's tough but I i have no idea how to make this decision. It's not my child. But i'm gonna i'm gonna just go. I'll go the decay trick. I understand you're saying he may be away from his friends but he also maybe you will make some new friends and if this confidence thing not that i think he has an issue with confidence. He's wonderful but apparently that could be good things. Apparently he's like a little bit on the more timid side in school. Not when you come over. He's not he's all known idle. Okay interesting thank you just my. That's my quick. Not think about it too hard thought. Hey are you go. you're welcome. I'm glad i'm glad that you made that decision for me because it allowed me to see what i really wanted to do. And i think i would rather send a pre k. You're fired okay. That's what i had a feeling. I thought this was all set up because no matter what i said that you would say the opposite yes imagine trying to choose a restaurant with me at sounds sad. Great nightmare okay. That was fun. Thank you listen. We have a wonderful guest who has arrived. She is a comedian. A podcast a writer a performer. She makes these really great. Podcasts like really intelligent thoughtful. Well i mean not like this. Not like this off the cuff crap. Real rio like written out podcasts. We're going to get into more detail. What unspecific talking about but tony. You have like you had to look on your face. Like i was insulting you and i was just trying to in a self facing way insult myself. You know i believe in this project anyway. My year end mensa back door. Cast lalita podcasts. At cast is that's her most recent one about reconsidering the kathy comic among so many other things. Please welcome to the show jamie loftus. Hey what's up. hello welcome. how such a warm reception. I know it's crazy..

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Peter Loftus on What We Know About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Daily Coronavirus Update

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Peter Loftus on What We Know About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

"Peter loftus healthcare reporter at the wall street journal joins us. What we know about the johnson and johnson vaccine. Thanks for joining us. peter extra. We had some interesting vaccine news as the us was pausing. The administering of the johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine after there was an issue with these a rare blood clot cases that we've been hearing a lot about the cases are extremely rare. There's only six cases in about almost seven million doses. that have been administered. So far of the johnson and johnson vaccine so very very rare. This was a founding six women between the ages of eighteen and forty eight. I think the happen between six days and thirteen days after they got their vaccinations. So peter tell us what we're learning about. What's going on with this. They expect the pause to be about a few days. that's one. Fda officials said today so as you say these were extremely rare but the events themselves were serious. One of the women died. And the issue seems to be a very rare type of clot that affects the brain and it's called a cerebral venus sinus thrombosis and this is something that just also happens. Very rarely apart from the vaccine. But what i think caught. The attention of health officials was that this was happening in a small number of people who got the vaccine and they were having low blood. Platelet counts and so these two things together. We're unusual enough. That health officials think there could be a cause and effect here and that it's not just a case of someone getting the next team and experiencing an adverse health effect that they might have experienced anyway and so. That's where i think the caution comes in. And that explains i think why. Despite the small numbers health officials wanted to take this

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"loftus" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

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"loftus" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:20 min | 6 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Obsessive critics piers. Morgan ended up leaving his job at a good morning britain because his obsession with megan and his disparaging comments about her and the way in which it appeared that he had disregarded her comments about her mental health he was pulled up on it by his co anchor and he just had a tantrum within about two minutes. He was up off now. This is a man who spends a lot of time calling other people snowflakes including meghan for struggling under the lens of so much criticism and so much vitriol on so many snaring unkind campaigns so many people he has called snowflake for not being able to handle like global pylons and there he was on national television just being questioned really politely and respectfully by his co anchor who was calling him out on his obsessive and disrespectful reaction to meghan on the show not to stop the interview but just in general and he just stormed off and had a tantrum like a big baby and quit just like that now. I am happy. Because i we do not get along publicly and he has not. I mean neither of us each other. That's all i'll say that has been very That's been a very big weight off my chest. Knowing that he will no longer have access to mainstream broadcasting. Tv is fine if he's going to go off and get another job somewhere else but we're all safe with him there where people who are like minded who wants to stay in that kind of echo chamber.

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"loftus" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

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Intelligence bulletin warns of potential for violence at Capitol on March 4

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Intelligence bulletin warns of potential for violence at Capitol on March 4

"Two months after the attack, the turned deadly at the U. S. Capitol. The nation is again on alert for more potential violence. Capitol police revealing a possible plot by a militia group to storm the U. S Capitol tomorrow, and Cuomo's Michelle Esteban reports. That alert goes for Washington State, too. We have not received any specific threats here in ST Washington WS piece, Chris Loftus says. The campus security is seen and unseen, but gone is that heavy National Guard and state Patrol presence He insists the staffing is appropriate to risk level and for now that 8 ft fence surrounding the capital and some legislative buildings will stay as will the checkpoints. Are there groups that you know that are intending to rally on the fourth? We just narrow it down to the I don't have anything that's come across my desk that said that says that we have specifics. But we always have to be aware. And FBI Seattle, also responding in a statement that reads in part, as always, FBI, Seattle is prepared to work with our partners to respond to any terrorism threat either domestic or international at this time. There is no specific, credible threat in Washington state in relation to March.

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Extremists Emboldened by Capitol Attack Pose Rising Threat, Homeland Security Says

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Extremists Emboldened by Capitol Attack Pose Rising Threat, Homeland Security Says

"Department of Homeland Security issued a national alert yesterday that there could be more domestic terrorism in the coming weeks. The alert warns of potential violence from extremists who still object to the presidential transition or who holds just generally anti government views. Chris Loftis with the State Patrol says there are no known credible threats to anybody in Washington state. But their guard is up. We can't be alarmist, but we can't be dismissive of the risk either. We've just seen in our recent past that there's risk can manifest themselves and people could be armed and we just can't let that happen. In Olympia, the state's national guard is standing down. But Loftus says the heightened security contingent is standing by and the fence surrounding the capital is going to stay up. Homeland Security asks that everyone reports any suspicious activity or threats of violence, whether it's in person or

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"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:46 min | 9 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"And then they were like what's killer you know. And so Yeah once that presented itself like okay. I can continue to fuck with them. Which you know would have played out one way or or another or or it was like okay. Oregon actually try to apply Research skills. I have and try to figure out what's actually what it actually is and and try to figure it out because they didn't want to. I mean yeah kind of going back to like what we were talking about. At the beginning of like i didn't i felt myself approaching it at the beginning of like pointing and laughing and being like. Oh look how. I think this is dumb. Let me talk about how dumb it is And then such like a short. You know that's never going to last or in any meaningful way. So i'd yeah. I i tried to kind of Reevaluate how i was looking at it and be like okay. Well what what is actually going on in like you know am i. You know to what degree of my fucked up for having even like poked this carcass in the first place. And and what is it so so it kind of escalated from there. Yeah yeah and. I think it's an interesting shift to see it. Especially if you read the the section pieces that were in a magazine online as paste in paced If you look at those articles to in the first one the first one is very funny but it is like and you even say in a later one that you were sort of in persona like you are kind of like a little swagger and like this came up as a lark and. Let's do this which you know you can as a reader you're like yay but then as you go into it it's like oh yeah but this is this is real. You know which. I think is always nice to remember especially when you're making comedy or entertainment Involving real people..

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"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"What were you what did you did you go the hospital or something or no. They were because that was the thing they don't go to the hospital unless you're really really sick or the company's gonna get in trouble because i'm not insured. I'm like a freelancer technically So they at the end of the leash thing. They like taped it diaper to the front of my body. And they're like this is going to help you clot and then i had to work for them again. The next day doing a but chugging livestream and so it was like i had this like diaper taped to me and then also you have like a funnel in your but and there's someone like pouring milk into it and it was just it was like it was really really fun but it was like there were days where it was just like physically taxing. Oh i can imagine that you that you use the second person when you said and then you have a funnel in your milk in it like no i do. That's the privilege of having some corporate funding as you can afford a second person to hold your feet together and pour milk into the fun. And they're paid be there and then you can find out if you're lactose intolerant that way rather than the other way. Yeah yeah you get that. Really good milk rush. It's a truly like. I can't describe what it feels like. But it says anytime after a stream like that it was like you just need a day to lay down afterwards. God you're like stevo. Yeah yeah the jackass portion. Now have you just out a bunch. I just because. I never really talked to anyone who's chug Did you ever but chug alcohol and does it really make you drunk or anything or if you just but showed an innocuous substances. I've heard that it does I've only by chugged Dairy which is prob- which might even be worse because there's no fun part of that..

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"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"No that was kind of. I was working two full time. Jobs that at once for a while with the plan of eventually moving here when i could afford to And then that whole kind of disaster timed out with me like having just enough money to be able to leave. So i was like okay. I guess i'll go. And i had like I guess the idea of a manager may be and so then i just moved here and then Started working at a bookstore. why l. a. As opposed to new york. I don't really know. I mean it was the only i knew more people here. I guess because the like emerson college has a campus out here so a new a couple of people who had moved here and so it was just kind of anti also i. I've had this whole thing where i'm like. I can't. I've never left massachusetts. So i need to get as physically far away as i can. Which is stupid. But that was where we're kind of was out with it. So so i moved here Yeah and then. I just kind of started looking for a job and worked at Books are and then. I worked at playboy magazine for almost a year and that was yeah when i moved here and you were kind of writing like comedic pieces for playboy ride that and then they let me do that. But i was technically there to be a research editor so i was actually just working with Yeah working with actual journalists To get their stories done which was really awesome like that was an experience. I wasn't expecting to be good. Yeah but it was. It was really cool to be able to like work with actual writers reporting on actual stories and invested in it. And then you start doing some video stuff right online. Didn't yeah what was it called. Super super deluxe. Yes super deluxe. Yeah yeah yeah yeah..

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"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"It's funny because like your dad being a hockey writer like a low. A regional hockey writer is like the kind of job that people have on sitcoms like you don't expect someone to have it in real life like it's like he's a small hockey writer like no he isn't possible and he hates his job and that it no longer exists the job no longer exist but it did for forbid. Oh does it really no longer exist. Well it was. He kind of jumped out a little earlier than he wanted to. But it was just like local papers are just they There's just kinda nothing there so he he made the jump into oblivion. Oh really yeah. He's doing great good great. Yeah good good. Is he retired or moved on to something else. I don't know kind of td. He's he's not quite old that he's he's sixty two so he's not that's not yeah so he. He wasn't quite ready to retire firemen or a bus driver. You can't cop you can't retire early. Yeah who's going to be taken care of and stuff. So he's figuring fortunately he never took a day off for my entire life so of time to figure it out. That's nice that they list stock up now. Do you have siblings. I i think. I know you have a brother right. I being because i know. I know you're online live so i- voyeuristic louis things about you over time online. I have a little brother. Yeah as the older sister did you. Were you in charge. Do you think kind of there is. Yes and like i've my brother and i have always been pretty close but because my mom ran this daycare it was like it was the two of us but it was also like we existed within ten of us. Yes so it was. There were all sorts of like cousins dominating. My little brother. I wasn't like it wasn't a solo job..

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"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"loftus" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"The three questions Today i get to talk to a very funny and very unique and very challenging comedic artists. Like you really do kind of get out there and mix it up. I'm talking about jamie law office. Hi i'm good. I'm good to recent thing that you're doing right now is a lalita podcast. We'll talk about more. Because i don't want to jump the gun on that but you've been sort of like i say a lot of your work is very sort of like. I don't know if confrontational but definitely mixes it. Up in a way where it has a perspective that a lot of other comedy doesn't thank you. Yeah i dunno. I am which i think is really brave and to me. I watched some of the things to do and i. It just makes my skin crawl. 'cause i'm so nervous i hate and i just i mean i've done that kind of work for the conan show like going out and doing results and making comedy out in the world and it's just it's the fact that i well. I got hired for that job and then it was like. Oh yeah by the way. You're gonna learn how to do this. Like i never wanted to be like on comedy sixty minutes but you. I ended up. Like i gotta do this. And the whole time that i've ever done remotes. It's like the most like a anxiety i've ever had whore. It's like every time. Because i grew up watching you do that and i always like was so. I don't know i i love when people blend field working comedy stuff but every time it's like every time i'm actually doing it. It just feels like oh. This is the last time like never again. This feels so bad. But i like it but if it doesn't feel good when you're doing it always feels like i like i need to stop because it's it's too uncomfortable and it's like hurting too much. I always to me. I always felt like going into a situation where it would be like going to the miss america pageant. And it wasn't that. I didn't wanna make waves or anything but i just was like you know. Obviously wanna point out the ludicrousness of the miss america pageant and. I tried to do that as much as i could. Without being completely dactyl and performative about it where it's just explicitly like get a load of this archaic weasing beast. You know this this day. Think that so like it's so because you have always been able to do it really well and not a lot of people can where it feels like. Sometimes we'd feel especially people show up and they're like okay. All my job is to like witness. How i don't like this and then just say that in many ways i can think of to say it which can be funny but then ultimately it's like you're punching in a lot of weird directions when you do that and it's a very closed like the attitude that you set is like the the soil that you're planting in and ear. If you're going into this thing with the i hate this. Fuck this attitude. There's no room for growth like you can't unless something magical happens in the whole thing wins you over like all of a sudden i'm like i'm a miss america pageant acolyte..

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Eli Lilly applies for emergency use of antibody drug for COVID-19

Daily Coronavirus Update

05:50 min | 1 year ago

Eli Lilly applies for emergency use of antibody drug for COVID-19

"Or Masuko. Company ally Lily as requested the emergency use authorization of its antibody based treatment for people with mild to moderate symptoms. Of Corona Virus, the treatment is similar to the one that president trump received and they could have one hundred thousand doses ready this month and one million by the end of the year. Peter Loftus Healthcare reporter at the Wall Street Journal joins us for more or Masuko company ally. Lilley has requested the emergency use authorization of an experimental antibody based treatment that they have cove in nineteen. This is similar to what the president was getting his monoclonal antibodies. He got it from a company called regeneration but ally Lilley has something similar and they're saying that there's a works. Okay. In clinical trials it they've been going through already and they think that they can seek approval as early as next month Peter. Tell us a little bit more about this one. Well. Yes. It is a similar approach to what I think. A lot of people have heard in the news about one of the treatments that president trump got an antibody based treatment. In this case with Eli Lilly what they did was they formed a partnership with another company where they actually took a blood sample from one of the first people in the US to recover from covid nineteen and they isolated. Certain antibodies in the blood sample. These are things produced by the immune system that help someone overcome a virus and infection, and so then to make a drug out of that, you essentially clothed that antibody and make bigger quantities of it and then fuse it and people tested, and so that's what he Li- Lilley has done. They've spent the last several months manufacturing doses of this and testing them in various studies, and so what they're seeking authorization for is to use this antibody based drug as a treatment for people who are recently diagnosed covid and have mild moderate disease and with the hope that the antibody would actually prevent that disease from getting worse and keep people out of the hospital and. So he really has some results from the study so far that suggests that this antibody can do that. It's so interesting kind of getting this education as we go through this pandemic, how a lot of these therapeutics and treatments are being made an early on we were talking about convalescent plasma literally taking the blood has antibodies from people that have had covert and recovered and putting that into people. Now, we're going through these treatments. As he said, we're using those same antibodies, making clones of them and making these treatments from that. So it really is interesting how these things are developing. Tell us about the study they started it in nursing homes and tell us how will work and the effectiveness of it. I, first he for this drug was actually in hospitalized patients and that was a very small study and they haven't set a ton about that study but I think they had what they considered promising results and then they moved on to bigger study. Don, hospitalized patient. So these would be people who have a diagnosis maybe have some symptoms, but they haven't yet gone to a severe stage. So they've tested you know having those people come into the clinic and giving them the infusion and then seeing how they do the nursing home aspect of it is from yet another study where they're actually bringing the antibody. Outta various nursing homes if that nursing has or looks like it's going to have an outbreak say if there's one case of cove. What they then do is they test the antibody and other residents and staff in the nursing home either to treat any existing disease that they may have gotten from this emerging outbreak or even for its potential to prevent disease that's called the prophylactic use of the antibodies to use it as a preventive measure, not only to treat an existing infection. Lily as I said earlier, they're hoping they can get this emergency use authorization or at least try to go for in November but they're saying that they could already have a thousand doses ready this month and as many as one million by the end of the year. So if they get that authorization, they're ready to go right away. It's very similar to like the vaccine candidates that were going through their producing the doses and having them ready just in case they get approved. Then just to clarify ally really has already filed for. An emergency use authorization with the FDA, and so it's possible that decision could come relatively soon and that would be for a single antibody. The main one that I've been talking about to treat these mild to moderate cases. In addition to that, they've contesting that one antibody they've been adding the antibody, and so it's a two drug combination and that's the one that they are expecting to apply for in November. But in either case, you're right they aren't making. The doses and they have certain targets for what they can produce by the end of the year and what they've produced already it is likely that you know if they were to get a government authorization relatively soon, there would be I think an imbalance in supply and demand there would be a greater demand then doses available, and so I think there's GonNa be some work to do to figure out if there's certain types of patients that should be prioritized. For Instance Lilley said today that it's possible that you could maybe reserve this initial supply of doses maybe reserved him for people who are sixty five and older or who are overweight because those groups that seem like they are probably most at risk of worsening to severe disease. If there's not this treatment that prevents that but you know if approved is could fill this gap until the vaccines do get authorized and push through as well. So just interesting stuff and hopefully they can work it out and hopefully it's safe and

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"loftus" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"loftus" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Beatles and he did that Album Abbey Road and at very and the song song goes and in the end. The law of you take is equal to the love. You make this thing. Is that true this episode? I go down to Irvine California to the University of California Irvine and speak to professor. Elizabeth Loftus Bath. Loftus is one of the top memory experts in the United States today. She's written books about this subject and has appeared in court many times to address the idea of witness memory reliability. She's worked on many famous cases including the mcmartin preschool case in which the operators of a preschool were accused of all sorts of horrible crimes but there was some question about the reliability of the testimony of the kids in that case because it turns out. It's possible to implant a memory either on purpose or by accident and to somebody's mind and this of course doesn't just apply to children but anybody can have a memory implanted in their heads. Something that patently did not happen. Most of us are pretty confident of what they think they remember but it turns out. Memory is a pretty malleable thing. It can actually change overtime and the long ensured of it is. You shouldn't be too all fired confident in your own memory. Professor Loftus Uis research bears this out and as well worth keeping in mind the next time you feel absolutely positive about something you remember or thank you remember. So here's my conversation.

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Harvey Weinstein's lawyers call on memory expert

Hugh Hewitt

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein's lawyers call on memory expert

"Everyone seems attorneys are calling in a memory expert to stand in his rape and sexual assault trial in New York Elizabeth Loftus who also testified in the defense of OJ Simpson said memories fade over time and can also become distorted prosecutors have tried to show how the disgrace movie mogul used his power to prey on young women or hoping to advance their careers in

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At Weinstein trial, defense takes aim at accusers' memories

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

At Weinstein trial, defense takes aim at accusers' memories

"Cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Loftus told jurors it doesn't take a PhD to no memory fades over time and people become more vulnerable to post event information locked as pointed out actress Annabel oscura alleges wine steam barged into our apartment and raped her in nineteen ninety three or nineteen ninety four Weinstein is charged with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and sexually assaulting a different woman in two thousand six Loftus testified the emotion is not a guarantee your dealing with an authentic memory his lawyers have not said yet if Harvey Weinstein himself will testify I'm a Donahue

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You CAN Build the Butt You Want and She Has the Secret

Art Beauty

07:31 min | 1 year ago

You CAN Build the Butt You Want and She Has the Secret

"We have a but that is going to make you is go bananas Most beautiful woman who has earned earned every ounce of that. Booty Hilary. Loftus is a trainer at lift tonic. You've heard me talk about it. We've had redone on the owner of the gym. I love this and you know what if you are thinking that you can't get the ass that you want in two thousand twenty. Let me tell you just take a look at this. I Hillary. I just can't even with you. You look phenomenal Ryan before you signed on. Hillary was just saying that she got a spray Tan. So Ryan loves spray TANS. Yeah I mean I feel like it's very tan fixes like most of my problems. You know feeling really sad about things too. And I'm like you know things are not that bad. It is addicting. And it's definitely mood altering I I agree with you. One Hundred Percents Hillary. I'm so excited to have you on You know I love I love love. Love your classes at lift Hanoch One of the things that I love is your so positive and when admit it was like about a year ago I signed onto your instagram right. I'd started taking classes and I was so amazed by how number one number one how banging your body as can we just like a can we but also how how body positive you are and You we are really interesting story. You started in fashion before fitness. Can you tell us about that Yeah I went to a fashion design high school and then the natural progression was just to go to fit And then I did a bachelor's. It didn't love working in fashion I think it's when you're younger and you start doing fashion. You have this idealized version of what you think. The fashion industry is and then you get there and you're like yeah that's not it at all. I got into interior design And I loved it but like I can't handle sitting at a desk all day And I just knew that wasn't for my personality And then so I was like all I will try real estate because it's not like a hip hop skip and a jump from interior design. China you can feed your own apartments while that But you know it's just like some people can do that some people can't and it's like I didn't love it either and eh time. I started really weightlifting And then that became the highlight of my day and I kind of accidentally fell into it. I just if if you don't mind I wanNA share some of these instagram. And if you're listening to US right now it's worth it to go over and check this out. I'm first of all. This is lift tonic. This is where I met. Were you are one of the instructors. But get ready folks. Because y'all I mean you law Oh and I'm just GONNA get right to it. I will show you the picture that I was like. I mean. Can we just for doc girls angles lighting. I'm telling you but I mean yeah no I mean honestly it should everyday you gotta work at so an excuse me for saying this. Your ass is incredible and it looks one hundred percents real and it is you look strong and I love this representation of beauty because unsexy. This is my favorite. Because you look so healthy and you look I i. I'm sure you do to maintain to maintain that You have to. Yeah but I mean can I not to sound cheesy but you're wasting snatched the tiniest little waste of I. I think people would be very surprised at how much smaller their waste can get If they just eat differently Yeah Yeah I mean yeah. I stayed in entirely huge role in. How big your weight like most of the time? If you feel like it's your waistline that is the issue but that is where most tissue live that is all diet like lately ruin through Diet and now I do remember there was a post and I am not gonNa dig through them. We'll leave this one up here. We're you mentioned that. And this is what I love about your body positively. You mentioned that you were weightwise some of the heaviest that you'd been win but yet twenty four inch waist. And that's what I want to really focus on today. You know you you you really spread this message of like you eat you out. Well you know tell us what. What is your philosophy on on lifting weights Okay so let's a little preface so when I ms in fashion design I started going to college I was like about a hundred pounds right And I'm five five So when I was the heaviest I was as you know and I had a tiny ways and I would think that pretty much across the board like I feel like most people would say that I looked healthier and happier on heavier weight. Had different dimensions. Completely I was a hundred and thirty eight hundred dollars. One hundred and forty pounds. That's kind of a big like thirty eight pounds of muscle and fat. I mean you have to have both But I theory behind weightlifting. Is You gotta be consistent about and that is with anything with Diet and with your working out. 'cause I mean I'm sure if you're watching probably read that somewhere But it really in fact like if you are consistent about something show up for yourself make time And it's not just about thinking that one class it's nice like give you that that body Like if you look at me and you're like wow. Her body is great. You know it's not just coming to class twice a week and thinking that that's going to do the job because you know you really have to spend that time focusing on your food as well you know and that takes time and like planning on us. They've got the hardest part. So how many days a week are you in the gym. While I I work at one almost every day but I would say I way chain five days a week. Yeah how an a percentage ratio right. So if you were to say would you say it's seventy percent diet thirty thirty percent exercise or would you say it's twenty percent exercise eighty percent diet. Yeah totally I think that Diet. Save an disgusting disgusting roll like no one wants to hear it. It's like people work out so that they can eat more. I do eat more but you have to kind of like hit strict about how much more food you're eating like I can. I can eat a lot of Sushi. Cheap meals are insane So Caen most grown men under the table but you're also working out incredibly in your lifting really heavy and I on personal trainer her. I'm standing on my feet all day. I'm running back and forth from classes and studio I train at So it's just I'm I'm very active like all day

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Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:27 min | 1 year ago

We have a deal, folks

"Ladies and gentlemen we have a deal what exactly the. US MCA is going to be from American public media. This is marketplace in Los Angeles. I'm Kai Ryssdal is Tuesday today. The tenth of December is always to have you along everybody. This was quite a day I mean yes sure that other story very big news but to those for whom the economy is our concern also so big. After a couple of days rumors house. Democrats announce this morning they have come to terms with the trump administration on the new NAFTA The US Mexico Canada agreement by name. It's been a bit more than a year since the deal was originally signed so on the theory that perhaps the details have faded from memory. Marketplace's Merrill Sagarra has this refresher fresher one of the long standing. Criticisms of NAFTA is that destroyed a lot of US manufacturing jobs. The treaty allowed Mexico to export products to the US. duty-free but wages are lower in Mexico. Doug Irwin teaches economics at Dartmouth college or what happened after that allow. US companies moved their assembly implants to Mexico so if you lost assembly jobs the original version of the US MCA tried to address that problem. It required Mexico to protect workers right to unionize and to increase wages for at least some Mexican Auto Workers Democrats wanted more than that. One thing was for Mexico to promise that conditions would improve establish Florida's messy as teaches government at Cornell but another thing was for those conditions to truly improve for the government to monitor conditions in factories. To make sure that whatever new regulations were in place would also be enforced. He says Democrats proposed that the US should be allowed to send inspectors turn into Mexican factories. Mexico said no but in this new version of the deal Mexico did agree to allow panel of experts to make sure it's following the rules. It's not clear exactly how that will work. You know it'll be interesting to see what exactly under which conditions these panels can be convened and who brings these cases another sticking point for Democrats the original deal would have given pharmaceutical companies ten years to exclusively make certain kinds of drugs. Christopher Sands is a senior research professor at Johns Hopkins so it means ten years in which generic copies cannot be made of drug. I think a lot of Democrats. The House saw this as really over the top especially since drug prices have been on the rise that part of the US is gone. Now and Democrats have also added some environmental rules. I'm Maryelle Cigar for marketplace. Honestly the first thing. I thought of this morning when I heard the news was apple's specifically glee Washington state apples from the Yakima Valley. My first reaction was a little bit of relief. Mostly that seems like we've cleared that a hurdle. That's Patrick. Smith are apple in hops farmer up in the North West the hurdle of course being no free trade agreement with Canada and Mexico his two biggest export markets for the apple industry here in Washington state. It was tens of millions of dollars of exports that were lost in the twenty eighteen crop. Not only because of the possibility of no more Nafta but also because of retaliatory tariffs from Canada and Mexico that sent his exports down thirty percent last year. Getting a deal. That would kind of clear all that out of the way and go back to some sort of stated normalcy is is really good the thing for us a state of normalcy under the US MCA no tariffs on his apple. Exports to Mexico and Canada. Just like under NAFTA but we're not making any big decisions really on the basis of US MCA or anything. We're still kind of in wait and see mode in cautiously optimistic for For improvements in in trade relations Patrick Smith up at the family farm loftus ranches in Washington. State still going. Maybe a couple of months before this thing is done by the way. See also that other big story in the news today that sucking all the air out of Washington

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"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

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"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

11:42 min | 2 years ago

"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Now if you asked any Englishman he would say the Irish loved. The Pope papists all he'd clip before suggesting that the channel wasn't worth crossing anyway. The Irish preferred to keep their distance from the English. It was far more preferable to what had come before the occupation the murders the stripping of rights and titles the intermingling between the Irish and the English especially in the south left a wound. That was not so easily healed field. The Loftus Tottenham family were squarely Protestant but Loftus Hall was haunted and not an acquaint. Legend didn't weigh in an ear shattering noises and furniture being thrown across the room way. The family feared they'd been cursed poor. TRAGIC AGIC and Tottenham died only a year before and the girl seemed unwilling to rest if it was an at all the servants. That's who had dealt with her towards the end refuse to believe that the quiet and browbeaten girl would make such a racket in death but no matter what the cause the disturbances they needed help. They sought Protestant pastors from as far away as Belfast but each man in turn either threw up his hands Refused to come at all and stepmother told her husband they needed to contemplate the unthinkable. The Catholics had rules for these things. Things rules to bind. Whatever was attacking the family? Perhaps it didn't matter if they didn't believe as long as the papists priests did. Maybe there was hope the exorcist Father Broder's was a small man unassuming in his cassock and collar he and his mop op of sandy blond hair looked far too young to wage spiritual battle but he got to work right away walking the whole of Loftus Hall asking every every question under the sun had objects flown here. Where do the noises seen loudest? Did they ever pray in this room. And if so where air it may Jane. The newly minted Mrs Tottenham and the deceased and stepmother villas. She'd been doing something wrong from the beginning she she disliked the thought immensely then quickly excused yourself leaving the priest to us work that night she was visited by Dia growling apparition which pulls her bed clothes away from her body with great force. She squeezed your eyes shut and waited for it to be quite right. She only had to deal with this for one night more. If the priest who knew what he was doing the next morning at breakfast she was dismayed. Need to learn that the priest had seen nothing he asked Mrs Tottenham. If she slept well she had to admit she did not while it felt admittedly tord he requested a rather unorthodox arrangement would Mrs Tottenham considered joining him in the tapestry room tonight whatever force. He's had attacked. Her would surely appear after dark and he would be able to end the thing once and for all her husband could join her the room of course if he desired. But Charles Tottenham did not desire which left the young priest. And the new Mrs Tottenham alone in the tapestry Brougham cold holds stormy night. Mrs Jane Tottenham sat on the bed and sped. She tried to the nearest an herself at first but soon the scratches and screams and spoiled food thrown at her face and chest were too much for her still will some part of her hoped whatever was haunting them wasn't her stepdaughter. She wanted the girl to be at peace but a small voice spoken Bokan her mind deep and honeyed. There was no please not here not ever. The priest wasn't welcome. I'm Jane shook her head all she heard was the buzzing of a fly. Father Broder's cast holy water about the room. He began to chant in Latin. Jane didn't recognize the speech but she also only barely remembered the rosary. There was that batboys again laughing per so devout. Wasn't she so close to God. Gene felt lightheaded. She sat back in the bed. Father Broder's either. But continued his pattern muttering his incantations. What's but they weren't magic far from it? The Lord's Word Wasn't pagan magic. Why had she thought that something inside right? Her smiled revealing sharp teeth funny little priest. Wasn't he so earnest. He didn't believe her about that night. No one did she was alone and would never leave this room just like the daughter she never had. The candles went out plunging. The room into eerie darkness. The rain and rolling thunder were all that remained to assure them they were still the human world. The priests continued as Latin. A laugh echoed around the space only moments later to Jane realize it that come from her then and only then did. The father turned his head will. Hello the boy spurred the priest asked her if she was all right he called her Mrs Tottenham but which one chain thought and or Jane and the poor mother or her madwoman daughter. He asked her name. He just called her Mrs Tottenham on them he knew her name what was he playing at. Flames leapt up in the fireplace. At least someone was taking care of her. It was frigid in here. She felt ice crystals forming in her throat. Each time she breathed the priest asked her name again silly man and she thought he knows my name. Everyone knows my name. I'm the Lady of the Manor. The excesses face was Pale Oakland sweaty. Jane suggested kindly that he lied down. He over extended himself. He was now brandishing across how vulgar Latin was louder. The demands were more impolite. All Jane did was laugh and laugh and laugh half the storm swelled outside and she swore she could feel some part of herself tearing open somewhere somewhere deep inside revealing something raw invulnerable still. She laughed or rather her body laughed. She was getting smaller and smaller drowning in the blackness that still clutched at her from the very edge of the candle soft soft tonight but that infernal Latin rattled around your mind like a songbird Cotonou closet. He kept asking her name. Was it her name. He knew her name. What other name was there and it must be an? He was asking about out poor. Jane should have done more. Honeyed voice neared over its sharp fangs. And my daughter's keeper burn the priest Blink Debtor. Had she said that out loud the Latin screeched around your mind a night bird now the XS name the voice he whose deeds were evil. Let's brothers for righteous. He who slew able something screamed within her raped. Its claws at her insights as it went down the Dow down. The fire leapt up then fell burning to ash and ember in front of her is further. Broder's lit another candle handle. He stepped closer examining or is he asked her to say the Rosary. She cried saying she didn't remember He. He helped her along or father. Who Art in heaven hallowed be thy name Jane closer is and breathe deep listening for for the honeyed laugh? The snap of sharp teeth by kingdom calm but all she heard was the rain by. We'll be done the the rain and the father's voice on Earth as it is in heaven waiting for her bringing her home. The exorcism seemed to have worked the activity at Loftus Hall slowed to ghostly appearances from an and the mysterious sounds hoof. Beats echoing around the manor and nothing more pass upon compared to the terror that preceded it. Father Thomas Broder's died died in January. Seventeen seventy three. His grave bears a simple epitaph. Here lies the body of Thomas Broder's who did good and prayed for all and banish the devil from Loftus Hall as with many homes in Europe loft is hall has seen many tales of sorrow simply as a result of its long occupation by humans. But something changed in the seventeen. Hundreds strategically important Manor House became the source of much darker legend. It was tragically common for noble families to Imprison Prison and concealed disabled family members. But an Tottenham case and its fallout left a lasting impression on the building the last flop just to occupy the estate John. Henry Wellington Graham Loftus. The Fourth Marquis of Ely died suddenly and childless in eighteen. Eighty nine fine. Even if the Marquis had had children loftus halls. Financial State was precarious. The property fell to his cousin who decided to sell the home rather than take on a role as a lord of the manor in nineteen. Seventeen Loftus Hall was converted into a convent and later a girl school then then was converted into a hotel by new owner in nineteen eighty three. The venture didn't survive to the New Millennium Loftus Hall fell into disrepair bear with many of its finishes and rooms undergoing damage from both vandalism and the elements. The building opened up for paranormal tourists in two thousand twelve and restoration continues to be funded by the fees for these after dark investigations. But if you do choose to participate keep keep your surroundings in mind perhaps a bit of holy water or a blessing or a two is in order. You never know when the devil so we'll come to call.

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"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

"And Tottenham was imprisoned in Loftus Hall until her death Jeff in the early Seventeenth Seventies. Her cause of death is unknown and reports of retreatment within the confines of Tapestry Room vary some sources claimed that she never ate or drank others say that she never spoke a word again. The only thing we do know for sure is that the family thought it would be better better. If she were kept out of sight her living body may have agreed with them but her ghost has been anything. But Quiet Loftus Hall staff have reported sightings of ghostly ad of the opulent grand staircase as well as the clump of hoof beats around the House House. Coming up and Tottenham's death leaves an impression in more ways than one now back to the story after her nervous breakdown and Tottenham was confined to a single room at Loftus Hall all until her death in the early seventeen seventy s but shortly after her passing strange phenomena were reported throughout the house objects. Ex- moved furniture. Shook and unexplained sounds echoed through the halls loftus hall. had its very own pulse you guys. The Tottenham were Protestant but as the activity intensified and their Protestant pastors. Were at a loss. The family was forced to do the unthinkable. They brought in a Catholic priest Loftus Hall needed to be exercised.

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"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Splashed with water made her DC. She clutched at her stomach. And The servant came closer answer bringing her plight with him. A voice in her head toward the food might be poisoned. It was within reach she. She batted the plate away. The pieces of meat flew across the room like mosquitoes searching for blood. The Servant gathered up the remains of aunt supper her and sculpt out of the room but before he left his head detached from his body. It floated over to her whispering in her ear that she should be quieter. She swatted at it and the head disappeared like a cloud of smoke particles David floating around the room. Stray dust in the shape buffer tormentor and slept in short bursts. If she did sleep with nothing much to look at she sometimes struggle to discern whether she was in the dream or waking world so she made some rules for herself if the walls were crumbling around her. It was a dream if the floor made his sopped scraping sound when she scratched it it. It was reality if a man was inside the room with her it could be either sometimes. The man who entered her chamber was the servant servent other times. He was David on rare occasions. He wasn't a man at all but a beast with large orange wings and crimson red horns jutting out at the skull he bite at her his teeth and widening jaw more like a snake that human and would wake from these streams with marks all over her skin and droplets of blood. Dotting the floor. She scraped her fingernails down to the Baume drawing patterns on the walls the dark swirling waves of the ocean. The flames licked her body noon at night. And would pick opener scabs smearing more blood on the wall. She drew the lost crew. There dread captain watching waiting from the shoreline a crash and turned up the sound but two-headed man greeted her neither of their faces familiar pieces uses of meat and ceramic mixed on the floor. The flies in the room moved to fresh pray and didn't move instead. She studied the flies their little legs moving against the pieces of meat on the floor. The ones that weren't already covered in mold and house maggots she stood up. Something moved beneath your skin more maggots probably but she hadn't bothered to try and dig them out of her. Her Boone strained insider painfully as her withered muscles screamed in protest. It had been so long since she had stood did. Her dress was in tatters stained with her blood and sweat. The Movement of walking felt foreign terror. But she needed to meet this man. She studied him her head cocked. Two of his four is closed. He muttered something about just being the help nope. She laughed bitterly. There was no help here but defoe had come to roost. He'd left his mark on the House and on her the notches of her spine cracked. She bent down. The man stayed where he was. She checked his feet. They were not hose nor were there any roots holding them in place or any strong gust of wind preventing him from leaving she. She almost felt sorry for him almost but she had been broken and reborn in this room. She hadn't been able to see it earlier but the scratching on the walls had cleared her mind. David had left because he had found her she was to carry on its work. It made the others afraid of her. She was beginning to like that and hand closed around a Shard of broken ceramic. Nick dug into her fingers causing your fingers to sting and then almost slip off on the plot but she didn't notice the pain anymore. It had become her friend her tool for enlightenment she soft yourself as she rose and kissed the man's cheek tasting only air beneath her lips. She told him that salvation was coming then. She stabbed the Shard art into the man's throat. She ripped it free blood spray. Fourth coating the wall with a shiny new paint paint.

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"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Seemed to notice his anger but her perhaps they just didn't care they lost the round somewhere something stumped. It's huff perhaps. The carriage horses were growing restless sensing an oncoming storm. She played her next card. She heard it again. Clear as day as though some cloven footed creature was right beside her preparing to crush your head between his huff cloth at the parquet floor. She allowed herself to contemplate the impossible but wasn't brave enough to raise her head to look at the man no the thing. She considered marrying and swallowed tightly. She held her breath as everyone else took their turn a win. There was no sense of relief that accompanied it just to lingering feeling of dread she picture turn next card carefully her hands shaking as she placed it now. The strangled sound of an animal. Dying emanated from somewhere. Close to her. She could hear the wet gurgling but there were no animals in the card room belatedly. She realized it wasn't an in animal at all. It was a person one of their opponents in whist he clutched at his throat. From between the gaps in his fingers she could see blood blooming from the inside out his veins trying to crawl out of his skin. David played his cards on the table. Another win and tried to call for help but the words got stuck in her throat. No one had even noticed. The man's distress David was playing. As though the game had just continued. She picked another card but struck the ground again. The noise startled her she dropped. Her Card for is dotted around the space before she saw it peeking out from beneath the tablecloth and bent down to pick it up. She lingered she noticed that David didn't have the legs of a human anymore. They were shaped more like a goat's she screamed her brain registering the sound only after she made it the table. Disintegrated Watering III. A seeped up from the floorboards the temperature in the room dropped swiftly and though the water was rising rapidly and couldn't take your eyes from David he had transformed into a half goat like creature. Lightning was flashing at us is she caught the slashes of light against a dark purple background and he blew her a kiss and then he shot up into the sky tearing a hole through the ceiling and collapsed hitting her head against try. According to legend and Tottenham encounter with the devilish stranger left a hole in the roof to loftus hall that could never be fully patched or repaired. Even to this day she is said to have lost consciousness S. The man flew through the ceiling. According to the Loftus Hall website when an woke up she went into a state of shock and madness up next will learn how shocking madness were handled. In the eighteenth century as an Tottenham met a tragic fate. Hi It's Greg At. 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Now back to the story Charles Tottenham found himself at his wit's end with his daughter and her hold unreality he seemed loose at best. She had living quarters set up for her and her favorite place in Loftus Hall the tapestry room as a means of trying to keep her calm with mixed success and had always felt trapped by circumstance. She had devoted her life to walking finally enough along the lines of decorum forum to be safe protected. Then a demon had crashed her life. She spent several days at the card table. She would not get up to use the chamber pot or eat. She couldn't fathom the idea of moving her arise lingered on the hole in the roof. Her father swore was simply result of rain from the storm. Pieces of the ceiling drifted down onto the car table. Aw like falling leaves and barely notice them. She was lost in her own thoughts. The flames of Hell were supposed to come from below. Not Above. Perhaps David had been right when he said this place was purgatory. Perhaps Dante's circles of hell were out of order. You're perhaps hell was here and her sins were far greater than David's. She couldn't think of any but there must have been something. Why else would he suffer? So she waited for flames to enshrouded her cinder shooting through the sky. But when they didn't come tom she didn't know what to do with yourself. The servants tried to clean around her but she screamed at them. This room was a sacred space now. They had no all right to be here. Touching things disturbing the order of it and was unprepared when the men came her four of them one for each holding her so tightly that she could feel bruises sprouting on her arms. They dragged her from the chair. She flailed tempting to free herself from their grasp but they held tight. She tried to use her position in the house. She tried to bribe them. I'm with whatever she could think of. But they did not pay her attention. They marched forward and like a funeral procession large burn marks laced themselves up the sides for legs as they pulled her down the hall and locked her away. She begged them to look to see what David was doing terror. They didn't care they placed on the floor of the tapestry room. The only room in her new home she didn't tate the only want her stepmother hadn't made her Gaudy mark on. It was too old to be changed too old and too timeless all at once. She crawled to the corner. The room talking your knees up to your chest. She listened for any sign of life in the house. Any indication that the world outside still existed it. It was eerily silent as the world had agreed to forget about her. No one came to visit the the sun fell and rose again. Eventually someone brought her a plate of food and dog at the cold pieces of meat as though they were the finest delicacy. She licked the plate clean and placed it by the door then. She resumed her position in her mind. Nothing could get had her. If she kept her back to the wall she would be able to see any potential threat coming the the day's bled together. She could no longer tell the sun or the moon was shining through her window. Only that the light hurter is it. It reminded her too much of David as he ascended into the unknown. She wanted it gone. She asked the servant that broader food. If something could be done done about the light he told her. The room had no windows. But that was ridiculous. She had seen the planet's rising and falling against her wall. The Servant blinked at her in confusion. He walked over and touched the wall. The light started to fade and hunched within herself. She told him that David wasn't allowed to be in here not anymore. The servant raised eyebrows her. His features shifted around. His face is is growing larger and his nose much smaller. If she squinted she could almost see David looking back could her slowly. She crept towards her corner. She watched the servant closely looking for more of David in him but his features cheers faded in and out like a painting.

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"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

"The Hook Peninsula juts out from the southeastern region of Ireland. The the peninsula is razor thin but strategically important. It offers an effective position to defend the entrance to the river Barrow. The estuary. That leads to Waterford Waterford while it's better known for its crystal. Waterford was a major target for Oliver Cromwell. During his invasion of the island he swore to take the town by a hook or by crook referring to the peninsula in the small town of Crook on the opposite side of the estuary the Hook Peninsula in Ireland overall. Aw has always been a target for invaders occupiers in the mid twelfth century. A Norman Knight named Raymond La- grow was given part of the peninsula as as a reward for his battle prowess he built a castle. There in eleven seventy when control. The region was returned to the Irish. The Redmond family took over the castle. astle eventually knocking it down. Thirteen fifty to make a grand Manor House that became known as Redmond Hall Redmond Hall all strong strategic position. Put it at the center of several important battles during the Irish confederate wars but by the sixteen fifties. The English had fully holy conquered the area and the Redman's estate was acquired by the English. Loftus family in sixteen sixty six Henry Loftus and his family made the home their primary residence eventually renaming the manner after themselves in the mid seventeen hundreds and loftus the family's remaining air you're married Charles Tottenham. They had six children together including a daughter also named an tragically the elder and passed away while well her children were still young and Charles remarried Charleston's new wife. Jane was not close with her step children. The younger and saw the potential for escape from former stepmother when a mysterious suitor came her way but a disturbing discovery taught her that there are some forces even worse than family family. It was bitterly cold outside even inside and could see your breaths in tiny white pumps. She wrapped herself at a cloak and stood next to the fire. Trying to keep the chill from seeping into her toes. There'd been a knock at the door several minutes earlier. Normally she would have been curious about what visitor could hold her father up when their houses full of guests tonight however the the cold kept her close to the fire whoever he was he finally entered with chorus of gasps and murmurs from the crowd of invited guests. The excitement of it wasn't enough to get her to leave the comfort of the hearth but he came to her. A servant draped blanket over him. rivulets of water slid from his shoes towards the fire extinguishing the numbers. He brought the cold with him. A Gust Gust of air and lingered around the fireplace and clutched her cloak. Tighter watching some of the closer flames died the manage adduced himself as David and smiled politely and gave him her name but she didn't turn her head to meet his gaze. He stepped closer to her far. Closer than gentlemen should but to take a step back would mean leaving. The only company been able to find in the freezing house so she stayed this time. She got a good look at him. He was tall towering over her with several inches to spare. His hair was was too long falling to his is in the low light. It almost looked like his eyes were bleeding but they changed again before for her is becoming a cold gray like the sea. They talked for several moments pleasantries mostly she. He commented on the state of his clothing and he got quiet. He studied the flames and explain softly that he had been the only survivor of a shipwreck trek. David was on the deck when it had happened. Waves crashed against the sides. The boat flooding leading the decks with seawater people at slipped tripping into one another of a slick would his best friend. James have been pulled underwater by the waves like giant grasping thinkers. They found him near the edge of the pote and taken him. David desperately reached out to save him but the ocean was cruel mistress. She took James and she wanted David to David at sputtered. Trying to keep his head above water but a coil of rope tangled around his legs he kicked and pushed twisting his body. This way and that his limbs TMZ grew tired. His chest ached. The weight of the water consumed him and it had all gone black. He woke on the shoreline shoreline pieces of the boat had washed up alongside him amongst the debris. He saw some stray limbs lying in the sand beside at him. James is bloated face glared at him in waterlog judgment. David swore he'd never forget the sight. Aw and grasped. David's hand tightly devastated by his story. She told him that James I could never have judge David for finding a way to survive. David wasn't so convinced that he had survived. The Bible said that hell was a fiery place but fire had never scared him as much as the cold fathomless depths of the ocean. Perhaps this was some sort of purgatory. He stumbled for hours in the cold until he'd found blocked his hall and begged for nights shelter. Luckily Aunts Father had been merciful and smiled at. David touched that fate had somehow brought them together. She took her leave of him. I'm for the night hoping that he would be in the breakfast. Parlour when she woke up to ans- Gray Chile he was still recovering bring from his ordeal. David took up residence with Tottenham Ze two weeks pass by in the blink of an eye. One evening he asked if he could accompany her to the card party that night she shyly agreed as she dressed for the party and told her made that she and David were swiftly. Moving towards a proposal proposal. Being the wife of a naval. Captain wasn't exciting prospect but there were moments when she had her doubts not about the proposal David his eyes would bleed around her giant clots collecting Desirous they were there and then God again he always smelled of salt and soot even after his morning Aleutians when he spoke at the C. His hands clench into fists and his voice lost all of its warmth. She was afraid of him. In those moments in those moments she saw the captain that had killed people and tortured tortured others in the name of King and country. It frightened her that power he had to see people as less than human. She was terrifying that at some point she would say the wrong thing and he would speak to her the way he spoke about the rest of the world still he was a captain. There was a decent chance that he would be largely out at sea and she could continue in the manner of life to which he was accustomed. She did care for him and they never her hand an argument. Perhaps she was his beautiful exception. She wore her finest dress dress for the party as the party started. David was her partner in whist and studied your cards carefully when she was satisfied with a choice she slid her card onto the table. They lost the first round. A tightness grew around. David's is she resolved to you. Do Better in the next round to coax smile from his face they lost again. David Clutch the cards tighter and smiled old apologetically. This had never been her favourite game. He returned smile coldly. She played her next hand again. A loss the room was growing too hot. The stays have redressed pressed against her ribs. I'm comfortably making breathing being a struggle. If she wasn't careful she would faint and made her excuses and left the table. Someone more suited to cards could fill Lynn for her. She searched for a spot closer to the door. There were too many people in the room. Her breath started to stutter in her chest. The Ivory Maroon brocaded paper on the walls sinking the ceiling dropping lower as the walls began to close in hunter she. She clutched the railing of a chair for support swaying. The wallpaper designs started to drip onto the floor. She couldn't escape and then David was in front of her clutching her arm. A little too tightly. He told her she was embarrassing. Herself and him. She glanced down to her arm. Seeing a pattern of white and gray for where she had expected his skin to be. She tried to pull his hand away but he was stronger than she had realized that coldness she had seen it as is was finally directed at her something like lightning flashed in its pupils. He smelled so strongly assault that her nose burned. He yanked her back over to the table. Aw and sat in the chair. She'd left moments ago because she couldn't breathe and filtered chest clench again. There was something not quite human human about David and slowly shuffled through her cards. He barked at her to play one hand down. She glanced at her opponents Morni- but no one.

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"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"loftus" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Sebastian was fully geeking out to when he was asked to be part of the leftist hall renovation people might have thought it was a bit strange for anyone to have a passion for parquet floors but the now derelict manor house at some of the most beautiful examples of historical parque. He'd ever seen the poor things had been exposed to the elements and vandalism for decades and they were in desperate need of some tender loving care. Sebastian Aston took his job seriously and often stayed late finishing sections of the floor. So the other workers wouldn't get impatient. He was just ceiling some panels near a staircase ace. When he heard a baby crying he went searching room to room? Sometimes kids played in abandoned areas but this child sounded sounded far too young to be wandering on its own it could become trapped in between the boards. His blood ran cold as he stepped closer. Sir to the sound it wasn't in the walls. It was in the floor. His beautiful floors our work centuries of history mystery. A child couldn't have gotten down under there. Could it the screaming was near deafening. Now he covered his ears but they still rang his heart heavy. He said his clash light on the ground and brought his restoration. Tools to floor chiseling as quickly and carefully carefully as he could bit by bit. He removed parts of the floor. The cries grew louder but all that he founded underneath was darkness darkness and dust. He climbed into the cavern. Then his flashlight went dark. The cries changed into gurgling shortfalls then a darker laughter. More adult unnerved. He dropped optus tools to the side and stood up squinting into the darkness. He didn't see the errant board left teetering behind him. He didn't see how it lined lined up perfectly with his chisel now impossibly angled sharp side up all he heard was the laughter as an invisible hand hand gave him the slightest push. It was the last thing he heard it all..

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Why are Late Night TV Hosts Avoiding the Northam Scandal?

Investor's Edge

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Why are Late Night TV Hosts Avoiding the Northam Scandal?

"Comedian and sitcom writer, Michael office says it's rather interesting kind of sad in his opinion that none of the late night comedians have picked up on anything regarding the Democrats in some of the democratic scandals that we've been seeing in the last week Loftus joined Fox News, FOX and friends and says he believes most of the late night comedians. Eight seem to have the same person writing for them. And it's it's it's stunning. That of all these late night shows, everybody's attacking it from the same angle. I've never seen anything like this. Like if you go to a comedy club. And five comics have a joke about their dog. There's going to be five different jokes and five different angles. But it's still about your Dr. Well, yeah. But this is just like bashing Trump and just bashing completely. So I don't think it's about comedy. I don't think it's about entertainment. They know a huge portion of the country isn't watching and they don't care. I literally think they're trying to win hearts and minds next Loftus shares how he believes he knows the fixes in. When you have Nancy Pelosi sitting back there sucking on her tooth like a like the winning lottery numbers are to come pop out hold. None of these four giant cars like she just stole the menus from an outback steakhouse you like no one's gonna make five. No one's going to touch on it as far as world that Johnny Carson's are today. Lofta says they're not allowed to participate. They they don't want a funny voice on the right? And that's why like the deplorable show that I'm doing is really important. Like, we gotta support this endeavour. There's creative people and we don't have that outlet

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City of San Francisco threatens court action over Trump's acting Attorney General

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:57 min | 3 years ago

City of San Francisco threatens court action over Trump's acting Attorney General

"General was constituted today. The city of San Francisco threatened court action over the appointment noting that the city currently has four cases proceeding against the department of Justice that name fired attorney general Jeff Sessions as the defendant. San Francisco city attorney is asking the Justice department to provide the legal justification behind elevating Whittaker to lead the Justice department. Rod Rosenstein would have been the natural choice, by the way. Otherwise, the city says it may be forced to ask a judge for legal rationale. Now, the Wall Street Journal reports late tonight that the Justice department is expected to publish a legal opinion, supporting Whitaker's appointment that legal opinion is expected to come as early as tomorrow. Meanwhile, reports that Whitaker will not recuse himself from overseeing the Muller investigation despite his well documented his. Of making statements questioning its legitimacy have Democrats pursuing new avenues of inquiry Whitaker has declared that he is quote committed to leading a fair department with the highest ethical standards. Democrats are not taking that face value today. It emerged the top democratic leaders, including one with whom I'm about to speak in both the house and the Senate have sent a letter to Li loft us. This is Lee Loftus. He's the top ethics official at the department of Justice demanding to know immediately. What if any advice he has given Whitaker regarding recusals, quote, we request that you immediately notify us in writing regarding whether you or any other ethics officials at the Justice department have advised Mr. Whittaker to recuse from supervision of the special counsel investigation and the basis for that recommendation. It continues we also request that you provide us all ethics guidance. The department has provided to Mr. Whittaker. To date. The letter was

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Allison's Nobel Prize beckons new era of immunotherapy

CBS Sports Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Allison's Nobel Prize beckons new era of immunotherapy

"Week. One of the more interesting Nobel prizes awarded was for that in medicine or medicine. It went to two people Dr James, Allison and Ta Su Honjo for discoveries that lead to a new way to treat cancer by targeting the body's immune system, rather than the tumors themselves. It's led to a host of new drugs. Immunotherapy is quite expensive. But people are saying that it works pretty well on certain types of lung cancer and melanoma, which is a form of skin cancer. So this story we spoke to Peter Loftus. He's a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. We started off by asking him who were these Nobel prize winners, James Allison and tests Uku Hondo. Both of them have specialized in immunology studying the body's immune system. This turned out to be a critical part of what they discovered and to put it in context, if you think about the mainstays of cancer treatment over the years. Things like chemotherapy and radiation, which were effective an effective in certain situations. But they can also be blunt instruments in the sense that they can destroy healthy cells in the body along with cancer cells. So that causes all sorts of complications going back about fifteen twenty years. There was another advance in cancer treatment. And that was the target genetic mutations in cancer cells now, immune based approaches sort of the newest wave and one of the more significant approaches to treating cancer in a long time these two scientists working separately. But in parallel discovered features about the body's immune system that led them to figure out that if used certain kinds of drugs to target immune system cells in a certain way, it'll basically better equipped the body's own immune system to go after and destroy cancer cells. So exactly how does it work. I was reading a lot about checkpoints. And how a lot of this stuff. Let's T cells, basically. Attack the cancer cells T cells are form of white blood cells. And this is where the magic really comes through in. What's so interesting about what they discovered was that the body's immune system has sort of its own natural checkpoints were break. So that it doesn't go overboard and Batak the healthy parts of the body. Cancer cells have basically figured out how to split that. And so they in some way, they sort of latch onto the brakes of the body's immune system, in a way that helps them escape described destruction. And so these drugs that have come out of the research from both sides, essentially, take the brakes off also the body. John immune

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