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Fresh "Lonnie" from Big Boy's Neighborhood
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The Denisovans Expand Their Range Into China
"Like modern humans than neanderthals roamed widely throughout europe. We know this because they left behind. Extensive evidence usually bones or tools but their cousins. The denisovans our more mysterious until recently they were conclusively linked only to a single cave in southern siberia called denisova cave which lies between kazakhstan and mongolia in that cave. Scientists had found a finger bone three teeth and piece of skull which tip them off to the existence of a whole new lineage of ancient human now scientists have uncovered more of the range for the denisovans says de endo mossy lonnie of the max planck institute in germany. His team turned up evidence. The ancient humans occupied a high mountain cave on the tibetan plateau. Called by shia cave belongs to monks and -mongst things that it's a very holy place in fact among found a piece of jawbone there in nineteen eighty which has been tenuously linked to the denisovans salani and his team have now unearthed more conclusive evidence by sifting through cave sediments and sequencing the genetic evidence. The denisovans left behind. Buddy decay of people chests. Gabbing down the side like bleeding. There are coping ping could left their dna. The dna appears in layers suggesting the denisovans inhabited the cave as far back as one hundred thousand years ago as well as at sixty thousand years ago and perhaps even as recently as forty five thousand years ago meaning. The denisovans might overlapped in this region with modern humans. The results appear in the journal. Science mossy lonnie says. This method could enable more denise in detective work to this like so many caves when we have evidence of human activity but we don't have opening remain so if he can exploit to sediment can actually start to track down in segment. The denisova dini denise evans live on today in the genomes of some modern day humans from the south pacific further. Genetic work like this might give scientists more clues where early homo sapiens. I met and mixed with the elusive denisovans.
Painting Exterior Brick
"You're listening to the beautiful mess podcast this week. We're talking all about painted exterior brick. I've learned so much from painting three howson row and this last time we things a little bit differently and learned even more. I know the painting brick can be controversial but we're passionate about how much it can improve home like my nine thousand nine hundred ninety s half brick half stucco home. The difference is night and day. it's magical also answering a listener question about wedding registry. Must have this. Week's episode is sponsored by leah lonnie. We'll chat more about them later in the sewed all right. Let's talk about painted brick. This is very controversial. Like you know the comments get heated. It's funny to me that it's even do people care a lot about painting brick and they care a lot about how you store display. Your books are some controversial topics universe. Okay i saw. How many times have you painted the exterior brick of a home. Not one not two but three times all right so first of all about five years ago. We painted our first home when we moved to nashville and we painted about a year after we moved in and we lived there for four years with the brick painted nowhere and tear except for the front porch where we step down on it and it's like also rains on and little bit different. That would touch every year but the rest of the brick nowhere and tear whatsoever and also like painting. A floor is very different from painting a wall. Yeah we all know the obvious and then our last home so you know that we famously moved into a house and moved out four months later so we painted that home it was it was it was an unintentional flip as soon as we realized we needed and wanted to sell it quickly. I scheduled my local painter to campaign to any came the next week and painted it and he did a great job It was very quick. It made it faster mo- We'll talk more about that later in the episode Whether or not it adds value is definitely like a big question and then our current home where we just moved to. We had it painted a couple of weeks ago. And we used a new material that we've never used before romo bio paint and it is a lime based paint so it's natural it's nontoxic it's not actually paint but it's like painting brick with brick is how they say that if you feel it still feels like brick there's no gloss to it all there's no sheen to it all it's perfectly mad and it said to age really well over time and we thought it was cool that it was environmentally friendly and lasts a little bit longer so i also like that you've kind of tried a bunch of different so you can i mean i just feel like that lind's to your with painting brick so people are interested it's like oh well should i use this type this type or what's the most affordable way to go about it or whatever for shar so on that note let's get into some common things that people like to ask Are your neighbors okay with it. You're in a little bit of a cold sack. Yeah your neighbors are fairly close. Not like right up against your house but you can definitely see their houses from your house and yours is the one white one. Everyone else has unpainted brick. So every where we've lived out of these three houses it's been mostly brick homes and our home kinda stood out why it was never the only like especially where we live. Now there's quite a few brick homes in the subdivision but not right next to ours. So i think that it. I think that it does stand out but one of our neighbors ran right over the next after we did it and said to jeremy that they had always nicknamed our house the institutional looking house and now it looks way better so funny. That's a really nice really really nice osei and we also like yeah. We wanted to make sure that they liked it so it felt good to know that like they were cool with it. Our houses a little bit tucked back. So i didn't feel like it doesn't really like show like you have to be right. It is a little it to see it. it's not a house you would like to drive by when you were like out on a drive. Let's put it that way now. It's kind of tucked away in the hold a sack. But i also just my own perspective. Even if i have a neighbor who paints their house exterior something. That maybe i wouldn't have chosen. I always just seeing. When people are taking care of their homes. I feel like most neighbors feel that way. Of course you want to check if you haven't hoa and they have rules or your neighborhood rules and you're not allowed to paint certain colors or whatever of course check into that. That's very important. Because i think your neighbors might care on that one but on that i really think just like when you have neighbors who are taking care of their house. They mow their lawn. A take care of landscaping. They don't let things become kind of broken or in disrepair even if they painted a caller. That isn't my choice. Which love white. But if i didn't i would still feel like well. At least they're you know spending money on their home in up keeping it in like that's gonna make the neighborhood. Nice place overall just that people care and are putting love and money into their property.
Man killed in West Englewood, Chicago, fire identified; 7 others displaced
"Man died in a woman injured in a fire overnight it West angle would firefighters called to the brick building their 63rd in honoree just after midnight. Judy Wang was at ST Bernard Hospital. Investigators say it appears the fire started on the first floor. Firefighters found a 61 year old man inside, They pronounced him dead at the scene. The 55 year old woman Paramedics brought to ST Bernard Hospital is in good condition this morning. There appears to be damage on both floors of the building. It is early in the investigation to determine what caused the fire. But investigators say For now, it looks to be electrical in nature. The fire leaves seven people displaced. 61 year old man identified as Lonnie McDaniel, McDonald rather
Hurricane Delta makes landfall on Louisiana coast
"As a Category two storm, the National Weather Service, saying as of last check about 20 minutes ago, The storm was weakening ever so slightly with 100 Mile an hour sustained winds. But still it's creating with the hurricane Center calls a life threatening situation. Let's get the latest from CBS News, Lonnie Quinn. This is the strongest force in the last 150 years to hit this Far West in the Gulf of Mexico. And, of course, that area's still recovering from the onslaught of Hurricane Laura back in August. So again right now Hurricane Delta Jeff coming onshore in the Gulf Coast region right on the coast of Louisiana. That storm packing maximum sustained winds of 100 Miles an hour, where many areas already starting to see storm surge as well. The Hurricane center says this storm surge inundation right now over 7 ft. In some parts of Louisiana, we've got our eyes on this storm. And we'll keep you posted right here on W
At least 1 dead as Hurricane Sally unleashes "catastrophic" flooding
"At least one person is reported dead and Hurricane Sally. The storm surge was the third worst on record and the rainfall was historic 2 FT. Of Rain in 24 hours in Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. More than 20 million Americans are now under a flash flood watch. Where? CBS news forecaster Lonnie Quinn, who gets the rain from this point forward anywhere from Georgia up to say, Southern Virginia could see quite a bit of rain. We're talking 4 to 8 inches of rain and anywhere north of D c. You're gonna be spared because this will get steered out to sea by a cold front. Speaking of out to see Look at all the storms we have out there we have. Teddy Vicki could very well have Wilfred forming over the next few days could also have Alfa. We didn't go to the Greek alphabet that could form In the next few days. Even beta is possible, just rolling off the cow, the Africa Coast, But what takes place with Teddy? That's when we want to watch because we think this will become a major hurricane, a Category three As it moves right towards Bermuda again, they could be dealing with their second hurricane in a week's time and then continuing. Up towards northern New England and main. That is not a hot spot that is known for tropical activity. But this stranger of 2020 just continues in all facets. Lonnie Quinn, lead weather forecaster for CBS News.
Hurricane Sally starts lashing Gulf Coast as it churns at sluggish pace
"Storm Sally isn't done yet. More than 20 million Americans are still under a flash flood watch. Let's get the forecast now from CBS is Lonnie Quinn, Lonnie. Okay, Nora, let's get right to it because the latest information is we have a storm that's getting weaker in terms of wind speeds right now, about 60 mile per hour winds still moving slowly little quicker than it was yesterday. Now at seven MPH. It's moving to the Northeast. So who gets the rain from this point forward? Anywhere from Georgia up to say, Southern Virginia could see quite a bit of rain. We're talking 4 to 8 inches of rain and anywhere north of D. C. You're gonna be spared because this will get steered out to sea by a cold front. Speaking of out to see Look at all the storms we have out there We have Teddy. Vicki could very well have Wilfred forming over the next few days could also have Alfa. We're gonna go to the Greek alphabet that could form In the next few days. Even beta is possible, just rolling off the cow, the Africa Coast, But what takes place with Teddy? That's when we want to watch because we think this will become a major hurricane, a Category three As it moves right towards Bermuda again, they could be dealing with their second hurricane in a week's time and then continuing. Up towards northern New England and main that is not nor a hot spot that is known for tropical activity. But this stranger of 2020 just continues in all facets. I
Hurricane Sally Nears Northern Gulf Coast
"Hurricane Sally drifted in a slow crawl today toward the northern Gulf coast, threatening dangerous storm surge and relentless rainfall that forecasters warn could trigger historic floods. CBS TV weathercaster Lonnie Quinn. Landfall could be as early as eight o'clock tomorrow morning could be one o'clock in the afternoon. It's going to put down a lot of rain because there's so much time to accumulate that water in the rain gauges. Ah, footing half around Pensacola. 2 ft or more. I heard 30 inches, possibly just to the east, off Mobile and all of that water. It's gotta go somewhere. It will go to the rivers. This is a storm that will be defined by the water, not necessarily the winds from
Bryce Harper makes defensive mistake, then gets ejected in Philadelphia Phillies’ 5-1 loss to New York Mets
"In New York. The Phillies had been so hot, they lose 5 to 1 of the Mets can't get anything going offensively. Sounds like the Flyers. Ah, and it was a rough night for Bryce Harper in the fourth inning. He didn't really take charge in a pop up too short right? Which meant Neil Walker had to run out catch. It wasn't able throughout the runners who advanced really was Harper's ball. And then an inning later, he got a little bit steamed on a foul ball. He had a hard liner over first. That the umpire Robert Roberto Ortiz, called a foul. He thought it was fair. He wants discuss it. Ortiz doesn't want to discuss it. Harper gets tossed a little quickly. It seems I'm not sure what he said. I'm not sure what magic words he used. But there you go. Harper's 14th career rejection. That's a lot. That's a lot, man. He plays emotionally, and he's been having a rough time. He is 54 37 in recent games, and it seemed last night like the aggravation is is problems at the plate kind of got into him, so we will see. Maybe it's what he needed to turn it around. It was a rough night all around for the Phillies. Jay Bruce re injured his left quadriceps. That's a problem. Jay Bruce has been a big part of the offense and done a decent job in left field, and Roman Quinn, who is Lonnie Smith incarnate and how badly he plays the outfield. Crashed into the center field wall and left. Um not sure. I think he's going through concussion protocol, so we will find out what happens with that. Still, the Phillies have won 10 off their last 12 games. Take last night out. This is a very hot team that is playing well and today has its best pitcher on the mound. So that's going to be something to look forward to today. Up in New York, all right, coming
Smithsonian prepares to reopen in Washington, DC
"Well, most of our fabulous museums around here close still. But the Smithsonian's working on plans for a phased in reopening and there's a lot to work out behind the Smithsonian's closed doors. Some workers are taking care of business. I'm in all of our front line. Pete, Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch means the security maintenance and animal feeders who went to work when others stayed home. Those are in my mind. The heroes of this was now the museum's preparing for you. The one thing you don't want are hundreds of people. Waiting in line, You know, cheek to Jack's trying to get in so bunch wants time passes to keep crowds small, and they're learning important lessons from the recent National Zoo re opening, even in the zoo. What we've done is looked at what spaces Interior can be open. What's faces were too tight. It's a heavy lift, but he believes it'll make the Smithsonian even better. Hillary Howard w. T o P News
Washington - Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art accused of culture of racism
"And board members of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art have written a letter accusing the museum of promoting a culture of racism. They say formal reports about racial bias and attacks have been ignored. The Washington Post reports. The group says in the letter to Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch that former and current black employees of the museum of experienced incidents of racial bias, hostile verbal attacks, retaliation terminations and degrading comments. Museum staff is predominantly white, with no curator, Sze of color. In response to the letter, the Smithsonian released statement emphasizing museums commitment to diversity. Coming up
"lonnie" Discussed on WTOP
"Smithsonian secretary Lonnie bunch who hopes the process will begin this summer with the Smithsonian re opening by the end of summer pandemic permitting he says the research shows that a quarter of people will be ready to come back right away but half may not come back until there's a vaccine so that really means that we've got to continue to serve also is it actually coming but also to continue to push our digital assets to serve those that want to come but aren't ready yet bunch spoke at a virtual event held by the economic club of Washington John Aaron WTOP news well it's going to be a long summer for many kids you might not be able to do many of the activities they may have hoped but there is a new website focused on keeping them busy cooking and physical activities to art and education in addition it it's going to be a resource for all sorts of things Jeanne Kay Fritz is the founder of the explorer St box which is a new venture from the explore children's museum in the district the website pools and activities from museums across the nation and tackle some tough topics like racism and staying healthy during the pandemic what we've done is we have posted links to experts links to sites that we think provide some really terrific guy so with over one hundred virtual activities is a sure way to keep the kids busy and educated all summer long Melissa Howell WTOP news with a corona virus pandemic far from over over should say area school systems are far from being able to put plans for the new school year in Stone Mountain county schools though offering a glimpse of what things could look like when classes resume at the end of August right now our staffing companies in the therapy in classrooms also the social distance on buses students maybe put every other row also if the school system is in phase three there could be a mix of in person and virtual learning according to superintendent Eric Williams one option most students attending school once a week or an alternate most students attending twice a week with distance learning while it can be valuable is not it stops it in person learning but he says with the situation constantly changing all decisions will have to meet state safety guidelines at the time Mike Morello WTOP news the cover nineteen pandemic has delayed the opening a public pools now health officials are worried about people seeking relief from heat in other ways like going for a swim in the Potomac River or another local waterways first things first though swimming in the Potomac is illegal from Great Falls through the southern Maryland DC line the waters may look calm and inviting but there are extremely strong currents under the water that can pull swimmers under and as with any natural water bacteria is a concern especially after strong storms when drainage and sewage pipes in and around DC can overflow there is an effort under way to fix that problem but health officials say keep away for a few days after it rains and it snows plugs they're a good idea to avoid letting contaminated water go up your nose John Jones WTOP news well the party is over at a Fairfax county park amid the pandemic young people have been flocking to Scotts run nature preserve in McLean to mingle and drink and leave behind lots of trash and even some graffiti insidenova says some visitors are also swimming near the waterfall which is never allowed the county has had enough and will station to Fairfax county police officers at the park our story spokesperson says the park's rare plants and trails I can be eroded easily and is really designed for passive recreational use the new goats born this spring on a farm in Howard County are now welcoming visitors but there are some changes to help promote social distancing every April new pygmy goats are born at Clark's Ellie oak farm in Ellicott city since they were closed for the corona virus outbreak farm manager nor a Christie said they started coffee with goats every Saturday morning with a live stream the animals we don't let him jump on a bus in Baltimore lapsed and answer questions about them and if there was a way to keep our customers connected to the animals now they have opened their doors to visitors again all ticketing is done through their website everyone over for must wear a mask and you can order your bag of feed to give to the animals ahead of time the system right nice wide open space the folks who come seeking a change of scenery Valerie bonk WTOP news sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda the update now here's rob.
The resonance of racial violence across generations
"President John. F Kennedy gave his nationally televised address civil rights. He said one hundred years of delay had passed since Abraham. Lincoln freed the slaves and that black Americans. Still we're not free. Confronted merrily with a moral issue. It is old as the scriptures, and it is clear the American constitution. That was fifty seven years ago this week. Generations have passed since and full equality has not been achieved this morning. We're GONNA bring together two generations in this fight for equal rights. lani bunches the secretary of the Smithsonian Story and the founding director of the national. Museum of African American history and culture here in Washington and Lisa Garza is one of the three women who founded the black lives. Matter Movement. Welcome to both of you, Lonnie Bunch I'll get to you in a moment. Want to begin with Lisa Garza. Let me start with this. The symbolic painting of Sixteenth Street with the yellow pain of black lives matter. And I know it's symbolism. It was on the front page of the so many newspapers on Saturday. I'm curious. From a Hashtag and twenty thirteen to now majority of Americans multiracial coalition. Rallying around a symbol right now, what does this mean and how do you take this from symbol to policy? I think what this. Is that. Lives. Matter is not just a radical a year. And frankly when we look at. A lot of consensus in the consensus is that it is time. In us our money in our resources in a fully different. At the end of the day Tuck. Everyone can agree that we don't have that. We need to look well and that we are using policing. In a way that far exceed certain. From
"lonnie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Obviously if it was a hoax Lonnie wasn't in on it but it could have been local kid playing a prank on him. I mean remember the teenage driver who led Lonnie on the chase after the edge of town. The two people next to the craft who he described as large kids or small adults. Now this would be a pretty involved hoax for group highschoolers to pull off but coral is home to New Mexico tech a science and Engineering College. According to a student Lonnie had a reputation for hounding the kids on campus. So a lot of them didn't like him. That same student had actually even heard from a professor at New Mexico. Tech students behind the hoax. Although he didn't name names are offered any more details on its face. This seems like a no brainer but there is still a few problems to consider for one thing would a group of college students even be able to pull this off without getting caught. I mean we're not talking about a paper mcshea balloon with a laser pointer attached. This object was convincing enough to scare the life out of Lonnie. A career cop who served in the Korean War. I mean there were flames big. You could see them over. The hilltops a deafening roar. That could be heard miles away not to mention. The thing could fly apparently with some kind of rocket engine. It's possible but students in the engineering program could have built this. But it's not the kind of thing you put together in an afternoon. I mean this would have taken time and resources. There probably had to be a faculty member involved and that brings us to the next problem. There's no evidence that this was a hoax. Dr Hynick actually looked into it while he was in town and he couldn't find a single person who had any idea who was behind this. He spoke to professors to students neighborhood. Kids but no one knew anything and most of them didn't even think a hoax was likely one high school or told him that if some local kid wanted revenge on Lonnie they would probably just beat him up and if a student did go through the massive effort of pulling off a prank like this they would have told someone at some point. It would be hard not to brag about this. I mean they fooled the air force and the FBI and the Pentagon. They made national headlines. There will be no better punchline than admitting that it was all a hoax all along and yet as far as I can tell. No one has ever taken credit for it privately or publicly. There's also the obvious. Physical details like the lack of tire tracks or footprints going to or from the landing site and there were no materials or equipment left behind at the site. No bits of rope no launching equipment and of course no trace of gasoline on the burning Bush it would have been nearly impossible to launch a ufo cleanup everything and disappear into the desert the minute or so it took Lonnie to park his car. Dr Hynick concludes that the only way is hoax could have gone off is if both Sergeant Chavez and the F. B. I. Agent were involved in covering up before the air fourteen. Got There and really when you add it all up. Pretty much the entire town of Sikora would have had to have been involved in some way now. It was suggested at some point that the town's mayor cooked up the whole thing to draw and Torres. But that sounds like a pretty flimsy story to me. I mean the landing site was never turned into a tourist attraction and they didn't even put a sign up so if it's not a hoax not an aircraft and not a military task site. There are a lot of options left..
"lonnie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Fringe conspiracy theorists but they had serious view with project. Blue Book which they accused of being an air force. Cover up now for reasons that have never been quite clear. Nightcap chose to send twenty five year old race Stanford as their man on the ground in Sapporo. Now Ray was widely regarded as kind of a crackpot. Even within nightcap he claimed that he could communicate telepathically with quote status people. So it's probably not surprising that Lonnie's more wanted nothing to do with him. He's tired of talking to the UFO crowd. He just wants this to be done. Ray Calls Lonnie twice on the morning of the twenty ninth. But he's dodging all of his calls. So Ray finally drives down to the police station to just track him down himself. He talks to the dispatcher. Who tells him bluntly lying doesn't want to talk about the UFO anymore? But Ray won't give up so the dispatcher relents and radios Lonnie. Who's out at the landing site with Sergeant Chavez and Dr Hynek now this is the one who answers and he says No. Do not send this guy over here while the Air Force team is working but hynick over. Here's and he says it's fine let the nightcap guy come out here as long as he comes alone so when ray gets to the scene. Lonnie is showing Dr Hynick the four imprint on the ground where the object landed hynick agrees. They looked like they were made by some kind of object scraping against the ground. So coral is a mining town so hynick asked if the marks might have just been made by drilling equipment way before this all started but there in the exact spot where Lonnie saw the object touchdown and judging by the moisture on the dirt the marks are fresh. Lonnie points out of broken rock inside one of the imprints. That looks like it was struck by the landing gear. He thinks that maybe there might still be traces of metal scrapings on the Rock hynick doubts it. And he kind of just ignores it and moves on..
"lonnie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"The project was totally gutted in any serious investigation pretty much stopped by nineteen sixty four blue book's director Captain Hector to Neha only had four people on his staff. Hector himself didn't understand why the project was even still going every case they got turned out to be a helicopter or a balloon or a flock of birds until April twenty fifth when the Lonnie Zamora story broke. As soon as hector gets into the building that morning he can hear the phone in his office ringing off the hook the operator tells him he's got ten or twelve calls waiting. Hector can tell this is going to be a nightmare as he finds out the air force bases near Sikora are already on the case and none of them have an answer to what Lonnie everyone else saw. So Hector checks all of the flight activity in the area and he determines that it wasn't a helicopter or a plane then. He calls all the weather stations in New Mexico and it wasn't a weather balloon. He even calls the Pentagon and the White House Command Post. He calls every defense contractor and research organization that he can think of and no one has any idea what might have landed in Sapporo so finally he calls in Dr J. Hynek Dr Hynick has been the Air Force's scientific consultant on UFO's for nearly two decades. He's a skeptic but over the years he's seen a lot of things that he was never able to explain and as a scientist he refuses to jump to the conclusion that UFO's are all hoaxes. He conducts his investigations and sees where the evidence takes him after a few unexpected delays and a flat tire. Dr Hynick finally hitch hikes into Sikora. By the evening of April twenty. Eight things are already off to a bad start. It's been four days since Lonnie citing and the landing site has been absolutely trampled by curious locals and after four days of being hounded by reporters and publicly mocked as a UFO nut. Lonnie himself is tired of cooperating. It takes a half hour of convincing before Dr High Net can get a word out of him but once he warms up hynick actually believes him he writes in his report that is quote and un-imaginative old cop of an old Sikora family incapable of hoax and pretty sore at being regarded as a romance. Her the make plans to go back to the landing site the next morning and reenact what happened but dr. Hynick wasn't the only one who'd been out there looking for answers. Little did he know someone else had arrived in town. That same night Ray Stanford from nightcap. The National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena Aka nightcap was the main UFO research group in the fifties and sixties on the whole it was a respected since minded group..
"lonnie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Notices is that when a rocket or jet engine takes off it usually causes damage to the surrounding area. But there's nothing like that around here. Just four small shallow landing marks and a few burned plants no debris no other disturbances to the soil and then he finds something else interesting along with the four imprints in the ground that Lonnie and Shabas found. There are smaller imprints. That look like they were made by a ladder along with what look like. Small footprints at some point that night holder calls whitesands and has them send down military police to close off the area. They've officially got an unidentified flying object and until they can figure out what this thing is. It's best not to have anyone walking around contaminating. The scene of course circling the area with military police does not make the locals any less curious and the story is already hitting the news the very next morning lawn and gives an interview on the local radio station and he disregards the advice to not mention the two people standing beside the craft. Then he makes it worse by clarifying quote. I wouldn't say they were people. I just saw something in white coveralls and just like that. Everyone in Sikora thinks that Lonnie's Amora has seen aliens within hours. The story is all over New Mexico and then all over the country even though the investigators one hundred percent believe Lonnie saw what he saw. The public does not. He becomes the town. Laughingstock basically overnight other officers tease him local kids heckle him on the streets and the calls from reporters never stop but as the bus starts to build. New evidence comes out that actually validates the UFO citing as it turns out Lonnie.
"lonnie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"The object is rising higher. He jumps over the side of a hill and crouches to the ground scared for his life but then the roar just stops he slowly turns around peeks over the hill and he sees the object zooming way. It's flying in a straight line. Maybe ten to fifteen feet above ground level. Lonnie runs back to his car and picks up his glasses. Now there's no flame under the object now no smoke and it's not making any noise and from this angle. He can see that there's a red symbol painted on the Middle Lawn..
"lonnie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"It's become sort of a truism that every ufo citing has a natural explanation. It's a helicopter. Were a military test site or meteor flock of birds or if nothing else a hoax but if you really look into it there's gotta be an answer somewhere right. That's what the Air Force thought. When they got a report of a flying white egg shaped object in the desert near Sikora New Mexico. There was physical evidence that the object landed multiple reliable witnesses top military personnel leading the investigation. Every possibility was double checked and triple checked and yet more than fifty years later. No one has any idea what it was. This is supernatural apar- cast original and I'm your host Ashley Flowers every Wednesday. I'll be taking a deep dive into a real unexplained occurrence to try and figure out the trip this week. We're looking at the case of a truly unidentified flying object known as the Lonnie's Amora incident. You can find all episodes of supernatural and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. And if you like what you're hearing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network There's a certain stigma around reporting a UFO citing if you look into eyewitness accounts you hear the same thing all the time. They didn't want to come forward because they knew how ridiculous it would sound. Even if you never suggest that what you saw was extraterrestrial people are still going to think that you're either lying for attention or you're delusional. No one knows this better than Lonnie's Amora lawn was a thirty year old police officer who took his job very seriously. This was in Sikora New Mexico which had a population of less than six thousand. So most of the time all on he was really doing was catching speeders but he did it with a passion that made him a sworn enemy of the local teenagers. So a little before. Six o'clock on the evening of April Twenty Fourth Nineteen Sixty Four. Lonnie was out on his regular patrol on the south side of town when he hit the Jackpot. A black Chevrolet fillets past him at a speed that has to be over the limit and the driver is a teenager who Lonnie thinks he recognizes so Lonnie throws it into drive and takes off. He follows the Black Chevy down the street heading south all the way to the edge of town. The Chevy doesn't slow down either. The driver doesn't notice the patrol car right behind him or he just doesn't care. Lonnie is really having fun now. He keeps chasing the car down a little road that leads through the desert toward the old rodeo complex about a mile south of town and then about a minute into the pursuit. He hears a roar. It starts quiet rumble and then gets louder and louder. It doesn't sound quite like an explosion but it's coming from the direction of a dynamite shack. A little bit to the West. So monty is afraid that the shack might have blown up as much as it pains him. He has to give up the chase and let this speeder go. He.
"lonnie" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad
"Listed on the information that is to the side of it and I remember having a conversation with the museum and said like it's so important because if you don't talk about it if it's not listed if I'm visually impaired looking at this portrait by your description alone I have no even idea that that person I'm character exists and shortly their existences valid and it is historic. It is reflective of a moment in time and actually it is it is one of the few portraits ever made including a body like mine but the fear and nervousness came about. Because they've never had anybody like me guiding them through that and actually instead of welcoming the conversation for fear of friction they've almost become apathetic and I think it's just a microcosm of the world around us and we need to kind of do better and do more. Addis what gives you hope. Lonnie or gives me hope is when I walk into the African American Museum and see a grandmother telling her grandson about struggle but from that struggle comes triumph and resiliency. What gives me hope is history when I read history as horrible and terrible as the past has been people didn't quit people didn't give up and what I love about black people in anything else. Is that historically black? Americans have loved the country. Didn't love them back but they demanded that country live up to its ideals. And that's so much of what has changed has been changed because people who are on the outside demanded that the country look at them. Listen to them begin to change. I am hopeful because of the past but I'm also smart enough to know. It's not a linear march to progress. And that we are in times where there are challenges. We've stepped back. We aren't fighting the good fight the way I'd like to see us. Fight it but the reality is this too shall pass. What do you want your legacy to be last story? I am six years old and taken to a cabin. Back in the woods in the southern state supposedly. I have relatives. And there's an old man. He's scared he's laying on this bed And he could barely move but he made me come close to what I'm terrified and yet huge hands and he put his hand and covered my whole head and the last I saw the guy terrified me. I found out years later that he was migrate grandfather. Who was born a slave so my legacy is that I was touched by somebody. Who was once enslaved and my grandchildren. If they live a long life will live into the twenty second century so my legacy is simply passing on the love. The strength the belief in the country that this man had to my grandchildren. Yes my legacy. Is the building yes. My legacy is changing way museums. Shift think about themselves but my real legacy is making sure those grandchildren live in a fairer America and let them recognize that they come from at least say in the movies good stock and that good stock means you better fight to make sure the countries which you hope will always be that idea of legacy that idea of starting at one point either as you or is your ancestors and and moving through the world and exactly as you said. Progress is not linear and for many of us how we live. Our lives is actually linear very few get to achieve an ascent. And Gosh. Do you have an ascent as secretary of the Smithsonian? What would you say to you when you were in the garden? And you're told to you know you go to the hose. Everybody else gets the KOOL aid. I would say remember that everybody will define you but the most important person is yourself to believe in yourself and to believe in your own definition. I would tell that person that every time somebody hurt you with language or with their fists in her but it also made you resilient it made you recognize that if you could take that you could take other things as well so I want people to believe that they can I I would want the young Lonnie bunch to believe that all that you're going through his words it as long as you use it as a tool to build upon not as a wall to prevent you from moving forward and all of these moments shape you and you wouldn't be. We wouldn't be who we are as people today without all of those granular moments that twist and turn US shape our personality and our view on the World Baloney. Thank you so much. This has been such a treat really appreciate it and please stay safe in you to please. I'll see in Dublin. One of my favorite parts of this conversation was the echoing of that. Mantra speaking truth to power. I'm finding ways in which to bring about justice. What I learned most of this conversation was the power.
"lonnie" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad
"Question. Were you good at history in school? I was probably okay and then at my last year of high school. I had one of those teachers who it wasn't what she taught it was that she took time to answer my questions. I would go up after class and say help me understand the American revolution and you know and so it stimulated my love of history and then from that point on. I don't think I ever saw anything less than the highest grade ever in history. I did really poorly in history and school and I'm not sure why I think some of it was because I in my head was so focused on dates and times and facts that actually. I saw it as a mathematical subject rather than one that is in the humanities and I think if a teacher had taken the time to tell me this is about people and this is about human stories. I would have been the best student because that is what drives me the ability for Human Story to change the world is everything I believe in. But because I saw something computational I had this cognitive dissonance that I just thought this isn't for me. I'm GONNA stick with the languages I'm going to stick with the arts and actually it's the exact same thing I mean for me. It was always about the people. I'm intrigued when somebody asked you when you were a kid or when you're in high school what you were going to do or be when you're older did you say. Historian Mel. No because I didn't know what that was right because I was the son of two teachers. My parents were like you need to do something better than being a teacher. Which I think is the best thing you could be but for them you know they wanted something more and so I thought alright. I'll be a lawyer. That's supposed to do and yet. I always loved. History was so much and I thought well should I go to law school. I'll never forget my last year in university. I actually sat in a some law school classes because I thought I don't really want to go to law school but maybe if I sit in I'll find it fascinating and I hate it. I said you know I'd rather be a historian. My mother my mother said well. You do what you love but remember. You're going to be broke. I said that's okay. I can always come home. It's not always. I love that idea that your parents gave you the freedom to do what it was that you most desired. Because I think so. Many children don't have that you know. They are conditioned to believe that you are passionate about is not as valid as the amount in which you can earn because you need to pay rent and I think my parents were you know it was really important to as a young black person their notion was they had to find this right tension between telling you the realities of the world what you're going to face but do it in such a way that you still had dreams that you still believe you can acquire achieved things. Although I I still remember the line you know. Beat it into my hand. And she's got to be twice as good. If you're black half as far and I remember that work it realize that you've gotta work at it that it doesn't come easy but that the other side of it. Is You get to do something where you can control your destiny a little bit more and in my family being able to help and being able to control your destiny to the most important things that shaped me what have been the moments that have changed you or. I think the moment that taught me that life wasn't fair was really a moment where I was simply walking up a hill to the school and somebody came out of their house and said what are you doing here. You can't live near here. There are no black people near here and I said I live four blocks away and they said no you can't and they called the police and the police came. I'm twelve maybe thirteen and they threatened to take me away until I said my last name. Since we're one of the few black families they knew the name but until I said my name. They're gonNa take me away and that taught me simply by walking up the street. I'd walked up one hundred times. That wasn't fair and I needed to be prepared to deal with a world that would intrigue me as fairly as my parents. I think the thing that changed me for the positive was clearly the day the museum opened when I looked around and so thousands of people so President Obama former President Bush. When I was going to speak they called my name I was terrified a scared and as I was getting the podium people calling out Lonnie Bunch Lonnie Bunch while I'm the third Lonnie Bunch third and I thought you know what they're calling my grandfather and my father will no longer here and what they're doing is reminding me. Even though my father my grandfather were only famous to their family. That in some ways. They're being honored by the opening of this museum. And that change me. It made me even more optimistic. It made me hopeful and it gave me a sense that maybe just maybe. I was living up to the expectations of my ancestors. That's incredibly powerful and as somebody who wanted to change the world's ends altruistic but reflect history and ensure that you could build a better future there are so many ways in which a person can do that deconstructing. The establishment is probably the most effective the most troublesome and the most challenging way to do that and yet. That's exactly what you did. My understanding of you is that it was deliberate unconscious. But how did you do it both in terms of you as a person? Did you mind yourself within that process because there was no way it was easy? And what were the practical things? Do you think that made an enormous difference in terms of making possible? I don't want this to sound too corny but when I started this process my dad was still alive and my mom is who still alive to this day. Part of what hit me is as I was going through this process and hitting these moments of real difficulty moments where. I wasn't sure it was a commitment to trying to get this done for them that I wanted them to see that. The story of people the story of a country And I wanted to see I wanted them to see that it was worthwhile for me becoming a historian and so. I think it was looking to them whenever it got bad and then the other thing was that my father's sister had died and my father really didn't know much about his family because he is father was fifty when he was born so. I started doing family history for the first time. I'd never done family history suddenly. I'm finding these people who I don't know anything about but I'm suddenly realizing that I'm standing on a lot of shoulders. And every time I got scare or didn't think I could move forward. I dipped into the reservoir of history. I dipped into the reservoir my family's past and took inspiration from people who fought the good fight from people who risked all to change a country so for me one anything else. Even though history was my tool it was also my sauce. It was also what gave me strength to persevere. And in the final thing was that I was amazed at the Smithsonian because only the Smithsonian could allow me to hire such gifted people could bring people from throughout the institution to help so in some ways part of what gave me comfort was being part of an organization that maybe didn't know exactly what I was trying to do and maybe weren't always comfortable with it but they were willing to support a dream and help us make concrete something that most people thought was impossible as an advocate. One of the things that I struggle with often is just feeling a bit exhausted by both. How much needs to be done? The ways in which you need to go about doing it the responsibility you have to yourself to others but also the reality that you can only really speak for yourself and others need space to speak for themselves to but it's tiring but it's also not fun or maybe there isn't space to have conversations to say that that constant pushing forth is exhausting. How'd you manage how I manage? It was thinking about the big picture. The challenge what I wanted to accomplish and then putting that aside and looking at the small steps I had to to move this forward and that I really believe that I'm from the sort of Shark School of management. As long as I'm moving forward. He was edge. I can survive if I trade water. I die and so for me. The key was to find those little victories. So I believe we were moving forward and that's what it was around Christmas time. I had this moment where it was the end of the year. I have been traveling quite a bit which I'm very privileged to get to do and I was just tired and I text a friend of mine who I admire and I said how do you know if you're actually making progress. How do you know if it matters? How do you know if all that you're putting into? It is actually worth anything. I was kind of just venting. I didn't really expect a response. I was kind of just putting it into the ether because I felt like I needed to get it out of my head. And he takes back and he said if the Pendulum Swings Anne degree closer to progress that is success. It doesn't matter how much closer it is or how much still to go. But if at the end of something you can measure even that dots worth it because without you without people like you that progress would have been impossible and it has almost become a mantra to this day and very similar to. What you're saying is that you know nothing. Grandiose can happen overnight nor should it but we need to Kanzi remind ourselves that positive things are happening. We are receding in many ways. But I think to mind yourself. Within particular advocate you have to measure. The success is even if they are marginal. Why I think it's both measuring the successes but also recognizing that as an advocate. You are also someone who is willing to sacrifice two times in my life. I had a conversation with my family once was when I was asked to come back and run the African American museum and once was when I was asked to be secretary and I called my family together and said listen you know how I work so if I say yes to this. It's GONNA take years off my life. It's gonNA mean a sacrifice that we as a family need to understand. I will never forget. I'm one of the top. Ten moments of my life was being in your office in the National Museum of African American history and culture and it was my one and only time to the state of being in Washington. Dc and I more or less camped out in the museum trying to get your attention and you very kindly gave me far too much for your time. I remember just being in your office. And you turning to me and saying Sinead I've been offered secretary of the Smithsonian and I was like that's a big deal. What do you think and we had a discussion about the power challenges and risk in advocacy but the ability to imprint on other people's lives. What's been the best and the most challenging days that you've experienced thus far.
Get to Know Tatiana Maslany
"Now is a good time to go back and check it out Tetiana. Would you like to introduce yourself hi? I'm Tana's Lonnie. I'm an actor. I am a feminist and I love food and cartoons invention. You Clinton live without the invention that I couldn't live without is actually very connected. Hetty because Wi fi for me or internet connection is the way that I get to talk to my family who live in another country. I get to keep up with my friends who also live very far away from me. It's like my connection to the people. I love the most so that I could definitely not live without hetty filter. Beauty got in the way. Have you felt that way? I have never felt that way. I love how I look. I love who I am in the world but I've never felt like the way that I look was so beautiful that have stopped people from taking me seriously. I was never I never had that struggle however I did have the struggle of being very small and very young looking and that would sometimes get in the way of people taking me seriously because people thought I was a kid and then sometimes I dress like a kid and so then they continue to think that's not doing myself any favours sweat. Does it mean to be a rebel girl to me. Being a rebel girl is embracing the things that you feel are weird about you and like loving them and doing them full out and expressing yourself in all of the ways that you want to without asking permission or waiting for someone to tell you can or somebody to show you how to do it for me. Yeah being a rebel girl is embracing your your Weirdo and loving your Weirdo. Tell us about your girlhood. Mike girlhood happened in the plains of Saskatchewan Canada. So I spent a lot of time outside on the street playing ball game playing tag until I was way too old to be doing it. Still play like hide and seek with my friends in like fields when we were very much too old to do it and also I often made movies or claymation with my brothers. We would spend summers doing that or making music together. We're always creating something. I also had a group of friends who I did Improv. Fight Club with so we get together in a park and do Improv. For each other so it was like a very joyfully nerdy girl head and I also never totally felt comfortable in the idea of what people said girl should be or look like or how she should talk or how she should
Coping with the food landscape during a pandemic
"This is where we are not recording on our kitchen table as we normally do. We are currently speaking to each other looking each other through video recording on like a video chat. And that's why the audio doesn't sound as great as what you know released to. We just wanted to kind of fit together already. Quick Emergency Series to help you navigate. Diet COCCIA BODY IMAGE ISSUES. This weird kind of food landscape that we're in at the moment this weird time full of in dieting tate. We wanted to help give you some good stuff resources positive and saying how you feel better annisten how we doing it say currently I can see Lachey on a video screen. She can say me we've done into these people they sway as well and Yeah I mean how you really naughty how you doing well. I had a bit of a realization yesterday. Thoughts this kind of cycling through lots of different emotions I go. I was reading giggly for example and then I realized that if I stalked and just thought about it for minute that she fading Really Sodom ready scattered semi giggles like tips over NSA crying and the very rapid change in how. I'm feeling which I'm sure that listeners could probably relate is grief so I think I think we're collectively grieving will pass. Lives the wells where we could just step outside the front door Down the street in Kathrina Silva isn't it? The the freedom of both psychologically and physically is on the loss of that is something that I'm I'm ready feeding the moments but I'm okay. I'm alright just so weird. Isn't it how you how are you feeling really similar really? I think the Iranians that I've been looking at on social media like radio impressed an absolutely loving reading people's posts about how that ray enjoy his time to meditate and do yoga Latin language and a new hope night at tonight themselves and I think that's a lovely. I'm one hundred percent not doing any of that because I'm schooling. My children. Work is absolutely just so hectic busier than ever. And when you're self employed you tight what when when you as well so I feel like I'm spending a lot of time walking which is good because I enjoy the WOK and I'm spending a lot of time with the kids and I think this weekend probably be the first time that it really hits me because I've been busy And I'm just kind of getting through hour by hour antiquing list and being with the kids. I haven't really had a huge amount of time to kind of price. That's what's going on in amendment. I'd love to learn mandarin or something like well. It's I think it's really interesting though because I think what this is showing us is. How all kind of natural states respond in a change of circumstances. So you know. I'm finding who accepted the on. Probably a bit more of an introvert than I used to be. So this toll staying home thing. Knock seeing anyone. I am down with that. I'm quite happy to to be at home but I think there's something about the The the list of projects like Oh. Now's the time I can read this thing and do this. E Costa Last year and I can spring clean house. I think but it is a form of trying to take control of your situation in which we don't have any control and that's just all brain just protecting us from that so I think we just need to kind of making the list is enough like to feel like we have some control over the situation. I don't think we actually need to learn them under three interesting sang. That 'cause I'm always say body. Collins is all about body Image Diet Colin and mental health. And how the subjects into secretary parenting on social justice issues on the thing. The thing I really night chased is how when people are anxious it might offend all sorts of different ways people who have made a been an recovered from Diet Coccia or maybe in a eating disorders or disordered eating or a variety around body image. Who've been fine now their anxieties coming back a situation that we have no control an old. She's that they've gone through before and I think he's really interesting. That whole thing about you wanting to gain some control so people looking to gain control by do not nights of high workouts for example which are like everywhere lyman or being where he controlled about that reaching and then that whole feed landscape where the moment where people are shopping in different way and then why that is going to run out or maybe. They've got a lot to of food in the cupboards and then used to having that much freedom competence and that that can be tricky for some people. We've got a brilliant gas dawn today. Hyper Guy who's a campaign? She got an amazing book. I'll link all of her places in the show nights. That hype campaign is dumped scales campaign. She's not over. She just reached over a hundred thousand signatures on her changed all petition. She's campaigning to change the way that eating disorders are diagnosed in the UK. And taking away from how having a minimum white basically in order to help and we have actually talked about her campaign previous on the. Po Costs into a that will share in a minute talks about food. Lion's gate and how to kind of navigate this this weird time from the angle and it might be really helpful if you are recovering from an each disorder old disordered eating or even just you know diet culture which I think. We're all kind of recovering from two CY. Young Son How he's been managing that whole aspect of things not well. I've really noticed. All of those kind of body shaming soft tweets and memes and stuff going around about people saying what their body might be like after this is over on the basis of what you've just said. I you know different Change to our eating habits or exercise habits or whatever I find that really fascinating that that's something that people are focusing on because that sought to sort of direct line between our bodies function on. What's going on out there in the world right now like the idea that health is at such a premium right now and. I don't know I'm still kind of figuring it out. I guess I'm really grateful to be in a body that is healthy that doesn't have underlying health conditions understand. That has a massive privilege in that I think about my friends and my family situations Nano people you do have those underlying health conditions I'm worried for them. But it's it feels like it's kind of a few steps down from about these look like now and that's really fascinating that when we get out of this. I'm ready interested in whether that will just change Perceptions of our bodies. What how we prioritize them. Oh how we perceive them what do you reckon I cannot say Lonnie I can ask really helpful positive looking on I feel like diet collishaw and like some of the FA favorite memes and Jake's have been going round and say like influences like selling immunity boosting recipe ease at which also at the same time. Get Your own point Arabs. I feel like what could could die coach. You don't give us a break. Like the world is on his knees right now. Can we know what just no life for second? I think that I say that says you can point about kind of let's cut like actually practice. Gratitude for bodies can day. I'm on and say these like literally fighting off this invisible virus and and I think that's interesting. I think with it with regards system the means and stuff that I've seen gotten around always see in a situation like this. Humor is is a valid coping strategy. Or how people are dealing with earnings authority over rain via and Huma is often used as a tool for that and I guess it's just a shame the alot of The Hema at the moment that people seem to be finding comforting is around basically fat shaming and I. Guess not just comes back to that thing that we've always said is that like fat shaming and body shaming is like the last bastion of accessible.
It Is Time To Think Of Our Fellow Muslims
"Arche. Let's talk about the oppression of we. Nothing about how did nothing look at? China. We're talking about arm Know How many most Chinese ancient mosques some back you know. Centuries the Chinese government demolished completely bulldozed to the ground. Leave the must decide. What about the Chinese brothers and sisters the detention camp this something recent humiliated them to millions of kneecaps foresee poor Alcohol Porter announcer faith. You know there's this stuff they're tortured. Being people are dying in their but this oppression of a blessing sisters in these circuits on though the week is going home for decades decades and decades but we can cited which is why it's come to the stage with a They can put them in these camps and unfortunately when it came to it all of our leaders make quite all the Muslim countries in the world. Shoes say anything. Why because money? Because we can't we're trying to save their own country it would affect our economy. We've got to treat. The China will help us. We need them on. Our side is a political strategic alliance because we have other enemy states we need to allow China. We can't speak out about this with sacrificing them for the greater good essentially Honda. Nobody's willing to boycott wants. His pandemics happen entire world. But it's too late now. The entire global economy country's stance to you will wait about your economy. Now worry about him. I mean not just China. You'd look what's happening in Syria UTICA happening in Gaza to hold what. What have we done really we use on a soggy out about. These issues will always worried about the Charity Commission which shut us down the country's political about becoming known as extremist mosques 'cause we talked about the oppression in other countries. Did we do our duty in those Masada to rather than systems awarded just simply structures in crate? Because what this shows you how Lonnie none of us know your who was all its bitchy. Might ECONOMIC EXTENT. Technology wasn't combined completely taken down a something so tongue of an inch. Invisible to the naked on guts even microscopes. You can't see a virus is taking the world hostage is director is just completely. This was the answer. Nobody knows what to do. It would be flying brexit done. We're GONNA be great year for Britain those weeks ago. What's happened now? It's how it's transcends cultures continents borders where you are everyone's impacted superpowers are not even super powers. Their nothing issues. How Hugh we? All are the arrogance with which we behave towards a lot in his his commandments. We can see it now that we really are itchy. Repetitive can't do anything and wounds is one of the lessons that we really have to take away from this. Learning how to empathize with our offense is on the world deep in Kashmir lockdown since August. We're talking about lockdown. Now they're really not a military occupation. You leave your home. You'd be shot tortured raped. It's all these things happen. King of Gazan. The largest open air prison in the world. This amount amount more. I hear that spreads here. It's GonNa be a bloodbath reading Ghezzi entire world. What will happen to these people who really experienced shortages? They don't know what the next either feet Newcastle to separate from the B. Rosser job because of these civil wars occupations and Mike this whole experience now we get through. This gives us an inkling. We're struggling to deal with this and there's not even a food shortage who pretenders. What they are going into. The next bucket comes around next. Signed up brother sister. Stand up on your bayview once. We remember total crisis of twenty twenty bit harder
San Antonio Spurs let a close one get away from them against Indiana Pacers
"Well the spurs fell to the Indiana Pacers last night one sixteen one eleven in the A. T. and T. center Lonnie Walker says the team needs to keep fighting despite missing key players we are clear again we have great players you know we have radio interview banks is going to have to serve again this and he did well this game as well on you know we just got to trust ourselves we know we don't have at the moment and you know we got together as a team and policing for Patty mills led the spurs with twenty four points up next is a road matchup tonight against the Charlotte Hornets you can catch the action right here at five thirty on spurs radio twelve hundred W.
Leverkusen beat Dortmund
"Imagine. Imagine the Bundesliga on Saturday and entertaining one as well fifth-place Leverkusen hosting third-place Dortmund John Making his first start for Dortmund the twentieth minute Leverkusen's strikes. I Kevin Volant Shiva punish filings all over the show. He's on site. I look at us for the funny spot. Plastic game was back and forth. Just two minutes later. Matt's homeless that our night service to the near post talking with a free run at the ball great headed to the far post. One one saw him at the top of the highlight. You'll see again here thirty second minute. Amre Giancarlo Giancarlo. I mean what field things techy spot and then delivers I mean. Look at the wet. A top corner no keeper. Courtesy Dies Dortmund up to one heading to the half hold on a second volun- again due to good service to the fire. Pose a little long walls full bag to a dangerous area. Queen contact contact through the legs of the defender to Jaden Sancho in the fifty. Second Minute GonNA score however I don't know if you guys have heard of this this this thing called VR all. Yeah we're going way back and the guy who actually gets in trouble here too you know Lonnie Raina youngster for foul. How earlier in the build-up still two fifty eight rain and trying to atone and Lucas Reinecke to say deflation Mueller. That makes it hard for the sixty third ave it's off. The Post goalkeepers going far pose no closer to the near post but not so much and finally just minutes after that a breakthrough through the ghetto. Nice Low Baltim-. He's angle bookkeeper look seven of living covered but he flashy bomb coma. Dortmund out three to less than half an hour to play what could go wrong. Well Here's a start the on on daily. How about that fool finish finish by Liam Bailey by the defending where the center bikes? It's so easily broken as by the lines at ball through nobody picking up the tagging player sliding challenge this talent up through the fetal Liam Bailey. Three things go from bad to worse Sir door in just a minute later bars bender. Four three Leverkusen support was through settling Pitkin Bender Bahia tax it and said glancing header off the pools last chance here for dorm and ninetieth over the bar. No no no no no. I'm not sure why he's jumping is in anti position. He's wide open. All yes they do put his head on and he jumps amid. Stein's it for three Leverkusen. Big Win for Leverkusen Dortmund missing out on a chance to he'd been touching distance with the top. Two nobody in Munich and Leipzig will meet tomorrow tomorrow. In unit now Dortmund's recent results have been exciting however they have been scoring and shipping some goals of late there. We see it And then the four conceded against Leverkusen today of course Dortmund going to face off against a PS G in the Champions League. Frank Michael Booth with us now Frank if you're fan you've got to be loving what you're seeing from Dortmund's defense. Yeah maybe but nobody nobody. Nobody
At least 8 killed in Alabama boat fire
"The fire chief in Scottsboro Alabama says at least eight people were killed in an explosive fire that consumed at least thirty five vessels at a rate of along the Tennessee River I'm Jim crystal in Scottsboro Alabama several people escape the raging middle of the night boat dock infernal by jumping into the frigid Tennessee River doctor Lonnie open help to treat them at a local hospital they came in with hypothermia which necessitated some treatment
FAA orders ground-stop at O'Hare as winter storm hits Chicago.
"One CBS news update are you which system of rain snow and ice hitting the nation's midsection heading toward the northeast and the west coast is dealing with some snow threats of its own we start in Sioux falls first grade teacher Jordan Osterberg I would say we have a few inches of snow on the ground but as car drive by I've seen some clouds but cars are still getting stock trying to get real I know there's a no travel advisory ball but that has helped people apparently lots of government offices and schools closed in the heartland I'm looking ahead WCBS TV forecaster Lonnie Quinn the whole system will push to the east as it gets into Chicago's changing from snow over to some ice and some rain as well then it keeps pushing east it will make its way into the northeast and then out to sea by Sunday were before about the situation did to deteriorate and off on Friday in time for the Federal Aviation Administration to order a ground stop at Chicago o'hare airport earlier Friday a plane slid off an icy taxi way in
"lonnie" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show
"Is Not a natural thing for women to go after intimate different times. Look at wait a minute. When we look at any other species we are animals that are basic? Will you take a cow. You put one bill that he can inseminate all of them at once that they don't even want to deal with any other. How okay I see what that calf if you put a different ball in there? She'll get pregnant by him. She Ain't get frightened about the same pool. She'll get pregnant number full. What are you talking about? Offs are the more Sunday. You'll be okay if you're white cheat on you know no because standing the argument that you've got to have this ridiculous built different. We have all Taba consultant outside and I'm just like in anywhere but the woman let you inside of her. There's more to it for act like all we could do exactly the men you'll also also for you to it for you because just because every woman you'll lay down what made you fall in love. That don't mean every woman. Yeah the way. God made the woman spiritually as well as mentally makes mention what one man. I'm sorry Bentham in different women and I'm not about to say of this argument. That's a that's not even real this sound sexist to only be one day but let's go back let's go back to to Lonnie love because Lonnie loves. Statement is based off her deep disappointment and finding a black mate and I see I could respect that we have let the women down and we have to admit that it's got to be some balancing the compensation she we deserve that type of statement in a sense because we have not done right but we go right by women. I'm bringing balance to it because we have not done right women you'll be disingenuous to say that that black men have done right by their women getting them pregnant and then leaving them to raise their children by themselves. Answer some other questions that people don't want to answer. Yeah let's figure out why the black man has not been able to be a head of his household let's break it down one let's look at it Carson Racer to. Let's look look at the fact that we have these women out here now WanNa be noon and when a man tries to step up. Oh no you can't treat me. You can't wait a minute. I'm just trying China set order. They're not letting noon be mad. So there's a lot of the Senate statement you start taking. It was aroma. Just stay meridia. 'cause you don't let no man be a man man is a man and I don't know I'm GonNa let you be a man. This time held no the day what I mean by that in our society right now you as a man and father have no sale your child you know if they call the police. Let's look at our pedal legal system. All a woman has to do is see really WanNa get to you gotTA causing call to police down her side right if you get a divorce or if you take a towel support for where do you win at. BJ Come on begins. It begins the process before you even get to that. You got to treat the woman right to put her at ease. The makerfield secure these women are acting out of insecurity. They left out here by themselves because of ignorance this is the only recourse. They think they have calling the white man on us to get they live together. And that's the sad and that's our fault. As men we got to take responsibility. Disagree disagree I think the winner all screwed not absolutely a women doing the the payment other windows and when they need me they're not evaluating the value of them out of the hurt of so they pick men that will heart the live up to what they want does the problem bio soberness having a conversation about women. I'm not a male chauvinist. Listen I'm a real black children and Sunday is to Sunday's a real black man I am too. You just don't like what we say. Show I think you I remain a book but the truth is true and nobody wants to have a real conversation because take away whereas I have never never say you feel if an or you want to see it at different doesn't make a change. Biology truth doesn't change but all of a sudden you tell the truth on something and that's the thing look how hard she is on black men you a hypocrite. Look hard you are on have you. You don't say anything positive to reinforce us as black men on this show. You always put this down. You always thought about you know you don't need need a man you don't make me. I am a man. You don't let me focus on you being a boy and I'm not that but you don't you don't it doesn't mean you get a square definition. What a man is? Because I'll confused at that. Tell me what your definition of a man amendment is my definition of man. A manly he. He he holds his own. He's he's not scared. He's unapologetic He's not indoctrinated..
"lonnie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To the nba there's a new draft pick in the nba his name is lonnie walker the fourth he was just drafted into the nba by the san antonio spurs last month and he was the eighteenth overall pick in the first round of the nba draft you know what that means it means he's a millionaire he's a multimillionaire because of the nba's slotting system in terms of how much money he's going to get in the first round of the first round pick he's going to be a millionaire pretty doggone good work if you can get it where can you get that work to be a millionaire at the age of nineteen in the united states of america of course but don't tell that to him don't tell that to lani walker the fourth because lonnie walker the fourth cook the fourth of july as his opportunity to tell everybody that he will never celebrate the fourth of july lani walker the fourth and nba player a rookie who's hoping to have a star studded career tweeted those exact words he tweeted will never celebrate fourth of july know your history and stay woke wow what does that mean why would you not celebrate the birth of the nation that just made you a millionaire at the age of nineteen why because we are a merit based society we our society that rewards excellence if you can do something extraordinarily well and a lot of people will pay a lot of money to watch you do it extraordinarily well you will be compensated extraordinarily well you cannot say that in very many other countries try to take your talent of shooting and dunking to asia tell me how much money you can make up their try to take your talents which include dribbling and rebounding to russia see how much money you can make their try taking it to any of the western european leagues go to france germany and try to play tell me if you make the money there you will make in the united states of america you can't and you won't you're an american millionaire at the age of nineteen and you're not proud of this country because of its history know your history and stay woke you said you're not proud of being from here why don't you go ahead and consider this just consider this how about you take those nasty disgusting american dollars that are going to be paid to you and turn them down you don't want to be a part of this country's history do you you don't wanna be making american dollars country that you're not proud of that you will never celebrate right lani walker the fourth why don't you try that turn down the money play for free no you're okay with making the money that the great nation the united i'm sorry in your mind the terrible nation the united states of america makes possible for you you mind taking its money you just don't respect its existence fox sports commentator jason whitlock i think had the best tweet in response to this kid telling us that he is never going to celebrate the fourth of july know your history he doesn't know his history jason writes an american millionaire nineteen he's one of our best and brightest and this is what social media has done to his worldview we are filling our young people with too much animosity and resentment i don't blame lonnie i've been nine thousand nine hundred belus glad i wasn't influenced by social media i don't know if i would have been influenced by social media at the age of nineteen but i do know that this is a different time and i do know that jason whitlock his right this is a kid who reads all of the hate for the united states of america advanced by the american left all of the hatred of the flag the anthem the president the racist nature of our country's history in the minds of these people he grows up reading this at fourteen mile it's social media what am i saying nine ten eleven twelve by the time he's nineteen yeah he's got a pretty healthy disdain for this country he is a part of the here's a symptom rather let's put it that he's a symptom of the disease of antiamericanism that continues to plague this country i want to go to riverside california next and say hello to zachary zachary thanks for joining us on the dennis prager show at spot brand sitting and go right ahead sir thanks many thanks for the call screener just listening.
"lonnie" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lonnie is in a walk who hawaii alani how are you i am great dave thank you so much for taking my call okay so this is a tax question so my husband and i started doing our taxes online and it turned out that we show that we are going to have to oh federal and state about fourteen hundred federal seven hundred and eight and we do not have the funds at all to be able to pay those what we owe and so just trying to get some so dressing on what you think we should do how you pay wearing babysat number one only so we we looked at the options of either during the payment plan but that of course comes with fees and interest and penalties or household income so it's only my husband working his so our household income is about thirty eight thousand okay the kids or what i he's he's working forty hours all right and okay the first thing is this when you cannot pay your taxes you file your tax return anyway because there's also a failure to file penalty that is in addition to the failure to pay penalty it doesn't keep you from it doesn't keep you from having a penalty it just lowers the amount of penalty by paying on by filing on time so before owner before april fifteenth i would wait until at april fifteenth to file between now and then i'm going to sell everything in sight we need a big garage sale we need to figure out what else we can sell what we can put on craigslist or whatever it is and we need to start moving some stuff out of there the second thing we need to do is your husband needs to start doing some kind of extra work at night delivering pizzas or whatever to make some extra money really really really fast we we actually did we had it but then we got into where actually traveling for my husband's work and so we had a hard place and we actually at the use it so we could eat but so we're trying to work back on putting it back his there.
"lonnie" Discussed on WWL
"Lot happens way too much but last night wait those writing and working tell you got made really dan now here's some of the examples and i'm gonna name names here because i think these people deserve all the criticism to come their way they don't deserve the online anonymity they're seeking here's out polaroid stokes on twitter and account by the way with over five thousand followers it's more than i have at polaroid polaroid stokes quote markets williams will probably kill himself tonight in quote and he linked the video the play here's lonnie johnson he's a football player at higgins high school in new orleans some a stake lonnie and i hope you're coach near administrators in your friends or listen to this the night saudi johnson on twitter l s living under score quote marcus williams will not be allowed back in the city these people here going to kill this dude void better hide and in the tweet trails off he has laughing emoji faces included wani johnson again higgins high school football player trying to play the next level apparently graduates this year here's at bro tato forty on twitter biaro t ado forty on twitter quote markets williams got to get off the bus and just immediately get in his car and kill himself.
"lonnie" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Then we say okay well how many are actually how many illegals are in prison how many illegals have committed crimes in addition to their legal status in this country oil how dare you you're you're saying the wrong not saying they're all criminals at all just we're we're gonna play the what kind of benefit for the country we talking about here gained in let's platelets actually talked with look at the stats uh lonnie in west virginia lonnie walk in the fremont ouani halo yes sir hey guess what that woman for another reason but i wanna make a comment want that woman fit i'll from west virginia right across the river from ohio when we were kids farm over there harrison barnes said we're just kill six tomatoes and we got pace now gusty six the kamadir illegal immigrants have displaced of just place to workers there's no question i've written i should have professor ross from harvard come on and talk about this he's the guys on the most uh the most studied i'm aware of the most comprehensive study of it it absolutely depresses wages in a localised statebystate countybycounty way no question um and i'm sorry lana got about thirty seconds the media and all the way up to the people in the world trump but then it would make a comment like that it brought to people that eighty now what put that out is that man that that it would do that obviously i think that's crazy right but that's what they're reported new york times washington post they're just trying to take him down lonnie thanks for the call from west virginia to talk to you sir all right we've got a former migration judged to weigh in here in just a few minutes wherever i go i listen to the app before lethal worked in the morning.
"lonnie" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"You listening already things lonnie you would be of next lonnie what's up pay uncle phil thanks for taking my call sure hey i i think it might be a little misleading on what you're saying us out the repeal left the uh the man day on the obamacare insurance what why it's not one though no longer be a requirement to purchase all the mandates as i understand it are still in place on that type of insurance does that can be goal so until they get those those mandates out we'll fill have the overall obama care we just don't actually was a solid miss on seeing you don't have to buy it now in the next step is to make the to make use of the insurance companies can sell any kind of policy the war two and then were free of his thing so you're essentially if you're on obamacare now in you don't wanna be your free not to be on it but you still don't have a choice a yo to two by somebody else and that's what needs to be fixed but this is a big step because i agree with the mechanism wet weight tied people to it i'm happy with the with the change in not i look forward at it that calculations i did i should keep about fourteen hundred dollars amount money back here and there are among the mourners at dare miss so you're you're you had to be on obamacare on uh no armed gift up right at the tac calculator foam mile like the wall street journal one of those wandered gift to kinda it affects for how much it meant for me personally and so just to pass of but you're going to be beulah interro yeah that's great if i think an excellent point you you can do the man here with uh well um hopefully i get to save at.
"lonnie" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"To twenty five years in a mental hospital the maximum punishment possible sixteen year old enisa wire who pleaded guilty in august to being party to attempted second degree intentional homicide spoke yesterday in court i know that nothing i say is going to make this rate your honor and nothing i say is gonna fix what i broke wire claim she wasn't responsible for her actions because she was mentally ill in september a jury agreed she will be institutionalised until age thirty seven of female high school football player made history this week in the home of the dallas cowboys kahlani namba became the first female football player to score points in a texas state championship game when she connected on nine of field goals nava 16 points heavily her straw in high school team to a second he took forty two class wanna a sixman division to state championship at at t stadiums pretty cool but zoning the score a lot of points in out lewis this the sixman league are the gist up and down the field scoring nonstop that a lot of feels alagar name to she got the initial and then lonnie k lonnie that's a good football and they agree thanks jen six minutes now in front of the hour on this morning america's first news you don't often find the words business and friendly in the same sentence let alone the same state unless of course you're talking about michigan michigan's business friendly practices help them become a leader in industries that range from agriculture and cybersecurity two aerospace and defence in.
"lonnie" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Out on the web inshape networkcom in shape networkcom whatever you're struggling with remember if the body can get sick it can also get well lifestyle is the medicine let's get on the phones and go to lonnie lonnie calling for my air or she has bipolar and i heard your tricia birds can actually help with the bipolar when you're dealing with some and this bipolar most of the time you've got to look at it it has to do with dopamine dopamine is one of them the top brain chemicals that that can be affected and somebody that deals with bipolar that's all i give them the drugs lithium a lot of times because lithium can can play a role and helps the balance some of that out but one of the other things you have to look at and this is this is really important to is that the greater peace that that i look at and that i see a lot of times with bipolar there there are foods like you're talking about that can help in really get into the proteins most proteins can be helpful altay one of the biggest things with with bill coming let low dopamine levels and the bipolar is caffeine as much as caffeine can be helpful in it's it's actually gifford for certain aspects of the body is good for the brain certain ways but if you have a dope the main issue and you have a bipolar issue capping a lot of times is not the best option because it actually cuts the two amino acids that make dopamine makes the neurotransmitter to cut some down breaks them down so avoiding dabbas the proteins that chicken fish be for eggs that's really good blueberries or gray the extract of that a really really good thing they can be helpful in raisin dopamine levels are your healthy fats many of the nuts and sees like all walnuts cash use those types of fats are great for supporting dopamine levels motor also affect it in a negative way though is a lot of the grains are no grains they have health benefits to it but they can also really create havoc in a lot of ways so you have to watch out for things like barley wheat even oates a lot of times can be effective on dopamine levels the just be a little bit cautious in that doesn't mean don't ever eat them and just means that.