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"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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07:21 min | 11 months ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that race of suicide and race of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many measures in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measures. I'm diane bernard this is pianist. Legislators advocates and experts are gathering today. Virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation. Voters says revamping. The state's recycling program is a high priority. We now gone for being the state that started the bottle. Bill a landmark law to state. His recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade critic. Say is contributing to a rise in in peration. The dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform advocates. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a that's charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars over. You are charged with a felony conviction in today's economy that would mean a cellphone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime and lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote. Felony thefts are expunge -able but under state law. A person can't apply for an experiment until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm naughty overarm lagaan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state or losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year. The same measure was a victim of the pandemic in two thousand and twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hanson bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address the maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are falling through the cracks. Because of income or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. This is mike clifford for public news service. We are member listener. Supported her odds of the nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public news service dot. Org it is weather from the heartland news feed weather center today. Mostly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of snow in the afternoon. High in the mid thirties to lower forties tonight mostly cloudy skies with a fifty percent chance of snow accumulation around an inch around five. There will be partly sunny skies on. You'll tuesday becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon high in the thirties. That's the latest weather. Checkouts more news and weather or not website at and newsfeed. Donald trump show says with me. So i kind of have to be with mayor. I don't know what do you think let's just talk. 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"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As joe biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Mike mohan talk where there was concert. Professor who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting a resilient democracy biden has tried to focus on unity and light of contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims. About voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating many republicans still not acknowledging biden's win the university wisconsin's alison press says biden could establish some healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and not putting attention on himself folks person for democracy. She is not the definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration says biden's actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots. Meantime cnn reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico and then ride with them to the us capitol cnn notes. That it is just one of these snubs. Trump's are perpetrating as a leave washington instead of a president first lady. the biden's will be greeted. By the white house chief usher timothy harlow harlow turns out to be a two thousand seventeen higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely not stay on in the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows that have river jinyan suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between the years two thousand fourteen and twenty nineteen and. That's even before the pandemic the states. Twenty seven percent rise compares with just eleven percent nationally according to rondo randall with united healthcare. Which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down or depressed. Fourteen or more days edita. Last thirty she points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that race of suicide and rates of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many major in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measure. I'm diane bernard this is pianist. Legislators advocates and experts gathering today virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation voters says. Revamping the state's recycling program is a high priority. We now gone from being the state that started the bottle. Bill a landmark law to state. His recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade. Critics say is contributing to a rise in incarceration the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a theft charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars over. You are charged with felony conviction in today's economy. That would mean a cell phone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime and lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote. Felony thefts are expunge -able but under state law. A person can't supply for an expansion until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm not a overarm lagaan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state are losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year the same measure was a victim of the pandemic in two thousand and twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hats and bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address. The maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are falling through the cracks because of income or or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty-three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. This is mike clifford for public new service. We are member listener. Supported her odds of the nation's most interesting.

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"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As joe biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Might mohan talk where they wisconsin. Professor who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting a resilient democracy biden has tried to focus on unity and might have a contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims about voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating many republicans. Still not acknowledging. Biden's win the university of wisconsin alison press says biden could establish some healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and not putting attention on himself spokesperson for democracy. She is not definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration press says biden's actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots. Meantime cnn reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico. And then righty with them to the us capitol. Cnn knows that it is just one of these snubs. Trump's are perpetrating as they leave washington instead of a president. First lady the biden's will be greeted. By the white house chief usher timothy harlow harlow turns out to be a two thousand seventeen trump higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely not stay on in the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows that virginian suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between the years. Two thousand fourteen and twenty nineteen. And that's even before the pandemic the states. Twenty seven percent rise compares with just eleven percent nationally according to rondo randall with united healthcare which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down or depressed. Fourteen or more days. Edita lasts thirty. She points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit less spring. We do know from other reports that suicide and race of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many measures in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measures. I'm diane bernard this is the ns. Legislators advocates and experts gathering today virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation voters says revamping. The state's recycling program is a high priority. We've now gone for being the state that started the bottle. Bill landmark law to state. His recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade critic. Say is contributing to a rise. In incarceration the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform advocates. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a that's charge and merchandise is five hundred dollars or over. You are charged with a felony conviction and today's economy that would mean a cellphone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime and lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote. Felony thefts are expunge -able but under state law. A person can't apply for an experiment until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm not a overarm mulligan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state are losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year the same measure was a victim of the pandemic in twenty twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hats and bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill help address. The maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are fallen through the cracks. Because of income our immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. This is mike clifford for public new service. We are member listener supported. Heard on some of the nation's most.

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"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Might mohan talk where was concert professor. Who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting a resilient democracy biden has tried to focus on unity and light of a contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims about voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating. Many republican still not acknowledging. Biden's win the university of wisconsin press says biden could establish some healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and not putting attention on himself. Folks burson for democracy. She is not definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric of one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration press says biden's actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots meantime. Cnn reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico and then roddy with them to the us capitol cnn notes. That it is just one of these snubs. The trump's are perpetrating as they leave washington instead of president. First lady the biden's will be greeted. The white house chief usher timothy harlow harlow turns out to be at twenty seventeen trump higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely not stay on in the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows the number of virginians suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between the years. Twenty fourteen in two thousand nineteen. And that's even before the pandemic the states twenty seven percent rise compared with just eleven percent nationally according to rhonda randall with united healthcare which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down depressed. Fourteen or more days edita. Last thirty she points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that rates of suicide and rates of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many measures in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measure. I'm diane bernard this is p. Ns legislators advocates and experts of gathering today. Virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation. Voters says revamping. The state's recycling program is a high priority. We've now gone for being the state that started the bottle. Bill a landmark law to state. His recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade. Critics say is contributing to a rise. In in ration- the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform advocates. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a that's charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars or over. You are charged with a felony conviction in today's economy. That would mean a cellphone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime and lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote. Felony thefts are expunge -able but under state law. A person can't apply for an experiment until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm not a overarm lagaan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state are losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year. The same measure was a victim of the pandemic in two thousand twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hats and bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address the maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are falling through the cracks. Because of income or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty three days to a year after birth. The bill has on public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. This is by clifford for public new service. We are listener supported. Heard on some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public new service dot. Org it is look weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Mostly cloudy skies with forty percent chance of snow in the afternoon high thirties. Low forties tonight mostly cloudy skies with a fifty percent chance of snow accumulation around an inch around twenty five. There will be partly sunny skies on. You'll tuesday becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon high in the low thirties. That's the latest weather. Checkouts more news and weather on our website at heart and newsfeed dot com quick note before we start. Today's show a wanted to remind you guys to check out. The system is down. Podcast hosted by. Dan smolt aka. 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"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:58 min | 11 months ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As joe biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Mike mohan talk where they wisconsin professor who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting a resilient democracy biden has tried to focus on unity in light of contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims. About voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating many republicans still not acknowledging. Biden's win the university wisconsin's alison press says biden could establish some healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and not putting attention on himself spokesperson for democracy. She is not definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration press says biden's actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots. Meantime cnn reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico. And then righty with them to the us capitol cnn notes. That it is just one of these snubs. Trump's are perpetrating as they leave washington instead of a president first lady. the biden's will be greeted. By the white house chief usher timothy harlow harlow turns out to be a two thousand seventeen trump higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely not stay on in the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows that ever virginian suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between the years. Two thousand fourteen and thousand nineteen. And that's even before the pandemic the states. Twenty seven percent rise compares with just eleven percent nationally according to rondo randall with united healthcare which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down or depressed. Fourteen or more days edita. Last thirty she points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that race of suicide and rates of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many measures in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measures. I'm diane bernard this is ns. Legislators advocates and experts are gathering today. Virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation voters says revamping. The state's recycling program is a high priority. We've now gone for being the state that started the bottle. Bill from landmark law to state. His recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade critic. Say contributing to a rise in incarceration the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a that's charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars or over. You are charged with a felony conviction and today's economy that would mean a cellphone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime. Unle- to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote felony theft or expunge -able but under state law. A person can't apply for an experiment until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm not a overarm. lagaan eric. Tikhonov tells us that many women in washington state or losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year the same measure was a victim of the pandemic in two thousand twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hats and bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address. The maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are falling through the cracks. Because of income or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. This is mike clifford for public news service. We remember listener supported. Heard on some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public new service dot. Org hit is weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Mostly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of snow in the afternoon. I meet thirty s to low forties. Tonight mostly cloudy skies with a fifty percent chance of snow accumulation around an inch around twenty five. There will be partly sunny skies. Tuesday becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon high in the low thirty s. That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at and newsfeed dot com bench tonight on a martin luther king monday night from new york. I'm ferrall with my view. All right so like i was saying watching this. Every night is just scintillating. I mean i'm sitting there watching and you know it's different when you see him play once every couple weeks on tnt or you know nba tv for the last. You know whatever amount of years in houston all the years that he played down there you just. I'm in new york man. I i only see him on those national games. You know or. If i'm watching. And i wanna watch iraqi game. I would tune in. I get to league pass and all that i can watch games but but i never really did and i just never really cared about him or the rockets. I never thought that they would come out of the west. No matter what all the years that they kept trying to come out of the west they always fell short. I got bored with it fair enough but watching this guy on saturday and on this game tonight i mean it is just unbelievable watching them. Just go to work. I mean this guy just goes to work and not only that he gets everybody involved here. I mean he makes durant way better. Dran had forty two saturday. Ninety s thirty. Tonight i mean. And he's averaging thirty bills the only guy averaging more than durant right now. Duran looks fantastic..

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"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:17 min | 11 months ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As joe biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Might mohan talk where there was concert. Professor who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting a resilient. Democracy biden has tried to focus on unity in light of a contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims about voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating many republicans still not acknowledging biden's win the university of wisconsin alison press says biden could establish them healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and putting attention on himself folks person for democracy but she is not the definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration press says biden's actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots meantime. Cnn reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico and then righty with them to the us capitol cnn notes. That it is just one of these. Snubs of trump's are perpetrating as leave washington instead of a president first lady. The biden's will be greeted by the white house. Chief usher timothy holla. Holla turns out to be a twenty seventeen higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely not stay on the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady an annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows that ever virginian suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between the years. Twenty fourteen and twenty nineteen. And that's even before the pandemic the states. Twenty seven percent rise compares with just eleven percent nationally according to rondo randall with united healthcare which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down or depressed fourteen award as editor last thirty. She points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that of suicide and rates of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that many measures in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic major. I'm diane bernard this is p. Ns legislators advocates and experts gathering today to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation voters says. Revamping the state's recycling program is a high priority. We've now gone for the state that started the bottle bill. A landmark law to a state during rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade critics. Say it is contributing to a rise in incarceration the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine lawmakers it up to five hundred criminal justice reform advocates. Such is amanda hall with. The aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft. Laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a that's charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars or over. You are charged with a felony conviction and today's economy that would mean a cellphone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime and lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote. Felony thefts are expandable but state law. A person can't apply for an experiment until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm not over i'm lagaan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state or losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year the same measure was a victim of the pandemic in twenty twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee of budget concerns sam. Hanson bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand. Women are falling through the cracks. Because of income or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found a thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. It's this is mike clifford for public new service. We are member listener. Supported heard obstacle. The nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public news service dot. Org hit is a little bit women from the hawk. Line feed with us center today. Mostly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of snow in the afternoon high in the mid thirty s to low forties tonight mostly cloudy skies with a fifty percent chance of snow accumulation around an inch. Bill around twenty five. There will be partly sunny skies on tuesday becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon high in the low thirties. That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at.

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"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:01 min | 11 months ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As joe biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Might mohan talk where there was concert. Professor who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting resilient democracy biden has tried to focus on unity in light of a contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims. About voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating many republicans. Still not acknowledging. Biden's win the university of wisconsin alison press says biden could establish some healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and not putting attention on himself folks person for democracy. She is not the definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric of one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration Says his actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win. Over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots meantime see reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico. And then righty with them to the us capitol cnn notes. That it is just one of these snubs. Trump's are perpetrating as a leave washington instead of president first lady. the biden's will be greeted. By the white house chief usher timothy harlot harlow turns out to be a twenty seventeen trump higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely stay on in the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady an annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows the virginian suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between years twenty fourteen and twenty nineteen and. That's even before the pandemic the states. Twenty seven percent rise compares with just eleven percent nationally according rondo randall with united healthcare. Which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down or depressed fourteen or more days at the last thirty. She points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that race of suicide rates of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many major in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measures. I'm diane bernard this is the ns. Legislators advocates and experts gathering today virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation voters says revamping. The state's recycling program is a high priority. We've now gone being state that started the bottle. Bill a landmark law to a state. Recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade. Critics say is contributing to a rise in incarceration the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform advocates. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a that's charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars or over. You are charged with a felony conviction and today's economy. That would mean a cell phone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote felony theft auto fungible but under state law. A person can't apply for an experiment until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm naughty overall mulligan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state or losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year the same measure was a victim of the pandemic in twenty twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hats and bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address. The maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are falling through the cracks. Because of income or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions this by clifford for public news service. We are member listener. Supported heard some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public news service dot. Org it is a little bit women from the heartland news feed weather center today. Mostly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of snow in the afternoon high thirties. low forties. Tonight mostly cloudy skies with a fifty percent chance of snow accumulation around an inch hill around twenty five. There will be partly sunny skies on tuesday becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon high in the low thirty s. That's the latest checkouts more news and whether or not website at heartland newsfeed dot com again thinking about it for honorary doctor lowered reverend captain kick ass so the doctor is the honorary part. Because i didn't not a not a md where phd. Why don't you call yourself a doctor. Or whatever i mean. Anybody can be a doctor somebody. Somebody told you you were a doctor. Your doctor well. That's true but i like you know it's just one more word. Oh adding to it. You don't think that takes away from it. i do. I really care. I don't think i do Our telephone number. If you'd like to join us is six zero. Three two eight three six one. Six zero.

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"lori brown" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Love yourself by putting your agree with that, But my problem. My problem with it is that ah lot of people because he doesn't wear masks because he doesn't mandate masking in for his large crowds. Basically, he's acquiescence, Tio. People not doing it and doing so he's not putting himself in danger. He's putting his his his basically the people in his base at risk. I feel like you're putting yourself at risk because I wouldn't want to play because I saw somebody else walked the plank and survive. But you know that it's not just you put yourself at risk. But the fact is that by not wearing a mask, Nani party putting yourself at risk you're putting others at risk. I mean, that's what I said. If you love your family, and you want your babies and my babies to grow up and be healthy. And you know, I really would not go to a rally or any place with a bunch of strangers as big. I couldn't agree more. And that's why you know you listen to show when. When Willie Waffle comes on, That's oftentimes what we talk about is the problem with the theaters because people don't want to be there with it. And that's an inside. My problem with Trump is the fact that he does not basically say you gotta put on masks to protect, not him. He's he's sitting there. He's a long ways away from these people. His staffer close by the Secret Service are close by those people are are at risk, too. And, quite frankly, up until about a week ago, 10 days ago, people said that there were no you never saw a mask. In the West Wing in the White House. I mean, that's just nuts. That's just nuts. You know? You know, Maryland. We're really fortunate, quite frankly, in Maryland because people are are conscientious. You really go anywhere and you don't see people with in stores. They say you gotta wear it when people do it. Some of my friends are from one of my friends is from Tennessee. And he was saying that in Tennessee, you're going to start almost nobody's wearing masks. The employees are, but the people are not. I mean, it's just scary. That's just I consider myself a Christian. I love guide, but I gotta tell you if God said meet Lori Brown, you can take that mask off and you'll be safe. I would say God, I'd rather where they will work. Absolutely only both Blore, thanks for the call. Support support for Trump or Biden support wearing masks. It's It's just the thing to do alright. We're going. We're going to break. We're going to break in and earn some money. Because then we could go back and we talk about it. But two by two different people want talk about Biden. I don't know what I'm talking about. Biden can't imagine we're gonna take a break and make some money will be back in the time war short for 1092266. Wcbm reaches all types of.

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"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the coast you're listening to Q. on CBC radio one in Canada and across North America on SiriusXM one sixty nine and PRX I'm Laurie brown in for Tom power lots more coming up when you return this is Brian Lehrer let's join together Monday night at seven for a live local W. NYC call in about the new coronavirus and what's happening in our area well here's the latest word from public health and safety officials and take stock of the full picture in our area what's happening and what we all need to do for ourselves in the community it's our first new coronavirus live special Monday night at seven live on WNYC support for W. NYC comes from HSS with a new location inside the Brooklyn nets HSS training center offering physician appointments and more from the number one hospital for orthopedics ranked by US news and World Report HSS dot EDU slash Brooklyn join New York public radio's community advisory board in conversation with W. Q. X. ours VP of programming that Abramovitz and aria code producer Merrin Lassie and Wednesday March eleventh six thirty PM in the green space details at WNYC dot org slash cab you're listening to Q. on CBC radio one in Canada and across North America on SiriusXM one sixty nine and PRX Lori brown in for Tom powers for years autumn de Wilde has been known as the rock and roll Martha Stewart Martha Stewart because autumn.

The Photograph's Stella Meghie on Writing for Romance

Q

10:12 min | 1 year ago

The Photograph's Stella Meghie on Writing for Romance

"I'm going to tell you a story about following your heart and the hero of our story is Canadian filmmakers Stella McGee and she has a new movie out today called the photograph up until a few years ago Stella was a publicist in New York but then she did something many of us dream about she quit your day job and she walked away from that job to go study screenwriting and from that point on Stella McGee became this unstoppable force her first movie gene of the Joneses was a big hit and when Stella directed her second film in twenty seventeen she was the only black woman that year with the wide release movie and sell Mickey is with me in studio right now hello hi I'm very pleased to be talking to you about this film it is the photograph is a romantic dramma would you say that you are romantic and now for only nine and probably much less sentimental than the characters and stories that I write yeah also you didn't you didn't have a phase in your life where you went to a romantic I mean of course everybody dies by it I'm probably I'm I'm probably less sentimental than you'd imagine how do you get roped into this romantic drama okay no but I'm a fan I you know I don't know it's maybe it's you know that's not me in real life but in movies you know I love romantic dramas I love Amanda comedies I I love it I love it when it's fictional well that the film the photograph it spans generations and it's about a woman name may who loses her mother and she begins looking into her mother's early life and she discovers that her mother had this secret longing a lost love listen to this my daughter I put my lan into for which is to expand my heart instead of people are supposed to be a date I love you I love you too I understand why she can tell me about online plus he was alive maybe she thought it would look at or another way that's a clip from the new movie the photograph and I'm here with writer and director Stella McGee you said that this story is partly inspired by your grandmother have so I mean at the time I was writing it I I found out that my my grandmother had a daughter when she was really young and she was going to be reunited with her she was living in London and you know I I didn't know much about it and you know seeing my grandmother kind of go through the motions of of the guilt and fear and the excitement you know it just really it just really touched me and you know made me start thinking about kind of the the the the family layer of the story and the things that you don't know about your you know your mother or your grandmother that's a big story and then you what made you want to take that story and then turn it into a room romantic story on top yeah I mean at the time I wanted I was I was thinking about doing manic drama because and normally right kind of comedy drama romance and I really wanted to do something a little more dramatic and so I was playing with these characters of may and Michael and then that story kind of just you know like I said I wanted to kind of link hi your history how your family history FX your present and how you relate to people and and everybody thinks about that right now yeah you know jet it's you know it's a generational kind of story and I'm always kind of it you know exploring generational stories you know that was G. in the Jones as you know that was the weekend and you know I'm close to my mom and my mom was really close to her mom and I grew up knowing my great grandmother so like that that link is very strong for me is your grandmother still around no she passed away a few years ago yeah because when you love to know her reaction yeah I know it's probably hate it yeah there's the grandmother I guess there's no other way to say this about the film it is a romance and I have to say the sex in it is great to it is not like a Thomas yes but there's one major scene and I remember watching it without my producer Vanessa and after that was over we both turn to each other and we said well that was shot by a woman because it was tender and intimate and believable as a director how do what do you think and how do you approach sex in this movie I wanna get across intimacy you know I want to get across a woman's the filament you know I wanna protect my actors to feel not objectified but we're manta sized and what they're doing is a scary thing for you because lord knows a lot of sex has been done so badly yeah it's hard to do yeah I hated my worst day on set for sure really yeah because I'm just wanting to make sure that it that that's the day that like it really has to go right emotionally like I just wanna make sure I'm good to my actors that were in and out quickly that I get what I need without asking more for more than I need you know this checked on the sat you know there's just a lot of pieces that go in to make sure that everyone's comfortable and you know I mean I just feel like a lot of responsibility to my actors and actresses on set to make sure that it goes well um is it more a question of knowing what you don't need to shoot instead of what you need to shoot this work going on it's about knowing exactly what you want to put in on camera knowing you know an editing out editing it out in your head before you go in so you're not exploring right yeah I'm not using them to now yeah try thing yeah there is structured one of your leads in the photograph is east array and a lot of people may know her from the show does Saudi Robert thank but no one cares because I'm I have been a part of Amazon I reach for my she says that that's the survey on the HBO comedy in secure oesa has this very strong background in comedy and what convinced you that she was the right lead for this romantic drama I mean we'd work together and secure and you know we kind of did a like my first episode with her was like a bottle episode that wasn't really the typical in secure episode in she was just on a date for the most part for the whole thing with one guy and it was just interesting to see kind of the softer side of her that is and always explored on the show and and getting to know her you know she's like a Stanford graduate very smart very stoic at times you know there's just another side to her and another to her to you know to her range that I thought she could tap into mmhm yeah you've worked with a lot of comics people who are known for their comedy work us this year as a mater and Sherri shepherd what is it that you like about working in I love comedians I mean I am I would rather not be see if he is if I don't have to be I just relate to them I find that my writing has a you know there's always kind of dry under current of comedy to it no matter what so I find when I work with comedic actors they can always find the joke even if the line feels drier or flat yeah that's nice I also wonder too whether act for actors working in comedy feels a little bit like there in an isolation chamber in the they worry about being able to do other stuff as well and they're dying to get a different thing yeah I find comics are kind of fearless you know they they have to be I think it's this one of the most scary professions and I you know I I often think they can stretch the most and tap into the most in a you're listening to Q. on Lori brown in for Tom power and I'm here with still McGee the Canadian director behind the new film the photograph now to your story about that moment when you quit your day job to follow your dreams tell me about that day I'm I think they quit when I got into school I think when I got the acceptance letter into grad school for screenwriting I gave notice a thing of as working at Brooks brothers at the time and in I it's just something that I've been thinking about for a long time and when it finally came I was ready to go well yeah big change though yeah big changes showed up in London I've never even been there and I started school well how long were you at school are the program is around here and and I stayed in London for almost three yeah do you like the wind I love London I mean the best part about living there you can kinda go to Berlin on the weekend or you know to do a lot of traveling kind of stuck up a lot of experiences this movie took you to lie yeah how did it feel about being being back there as a director of you know I love peppering in my own life into things and so it was fine I guess Michael there's a there's a lot of me and Michael and that's me okay yeah yeah and it was fun you know kind of putting putting putting him in that situation that I've been in who let's hear a clip from your debut film let's go back to twenty sixteen this is a bit of gene the Joneses right now though mommy but if I don't ask wind should I make it

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"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Whether it whether it's acting sure seems that global issue Victoria's secret did not respond to requests for comment a federal judge in New York City who was nominated by president Lyndon Johnson is retiring at age ninety eight the New York Daily News reports that US district judge Jack Weinstein was the longest serving incumbent federal judge she was known for favoring lenient sentences and rehabilitation after law school wants to work for Thurgood Marshall at the end double ACP it contributed research in briefs to the landmark case brown versus the board of education which struck down racial segregation in public schools twenty one degrees this is W. NYC support for NPR comes from vital projects fund supporting the museum of modern art in Manhattan where the exhibition Dorothea Lange words and pictures is now on view more info and tickets at moma dot org unless we show Amy Dickinson revealed just how cold the chase bank auditorium gaps in the winter I added one more thing that I don't want to do when I make an there's a long list of what I do to settle this week we huddle close for warmth join us for the news with tomorrow morning at eleven and W. NYC you're listening to Q. on CBC radio one in Canada and across North America on SiriusXM one sixty nine and PRX Lori brown him for Tom power well it's Valentine's day so gather round I'm going to tell you a story about following your heart and the hero of our story is Canadian filmmakers Stella.

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"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One in Canada and across North America Sam one sixty nine and PRX on Lori brown in for Tom how since my dad's is my are a group of human beings we are that on the stage as we are in real life people moving around in various ways but we don't interpret something we present something we do something and then any kind of interpretation is left up to anybody looking out at the audience that was Merse Cunningham Merse was a modern dancer and choreographer and he died about ten years ago influential in Avalon guard he created dances that re imagined what art form could be how it could look and sound and feel during his career he created almost two hundred dances any work with a whole range of artists like John Cage anti war whole Ralph Russian Berg Sonic Youth and now there's a three D. documentary that recreates some of his stances and tells his story it's called cutting him Isla Colgan directed it and she joined me from our studio in New York I'll miss Cunningham is is hugely influential figure in dance why was he such an interesting figure for you well it's very interesting because I always say I never wanted to make a film about much sky him because you know he's the kind of choreographer that works in space so much and he would have sixteen dances going in different directions and I always felt as a filmmaker you couldn't frame a single shot but everything started from the work I knew that my sky him was in an iconic figure in in American danse and in in the sort of in history of American dance and as the influence so many different artists but I really knew nothing about him as a human being and for me this join your was very much about discovering who he was well I know here we are talking on radio about dance but if you had to describe to someone who'd never seen any of his work how would you describe the kinds of movements that Merse Cunningham is known for well it's interesting minuses renowned for inventing a kind him technique and in his own words he basically took ballet legs very strong legs and more than down store so so so that in created then new Danzig he put those two together and kind him down so was born so it's a kind of a don so who who's very strong and who can do so many things with the legs and at the same time it's not a ballet dancer because of their courses incredibly fluids merece always challenge himself he always tried to come up with movements that has never have never been created before a he's not tortillas for at some point in his career using it when computers all of this soft vocal life forms so he would basically a let the software decide on the movement and then we'll try to teach those moves to the dances and often times they will quite impossible things but then she would stick with it and would be interested in how the dances would deal with that he would usually make a gamut of movements on the specific exploring specific concept or physical idea his work would never start from and narrative or a piece of music was some emotional emotion a feeling it would be used most of the time a concept those physical ideas of for instance if he is interested in an action of folding so he'll make eighty different moves L. he is he called a gamut of movement eighty different falls and then what she would do and what he's also not Taurus voice he would throw dies so use other means of chance to and tell him how those movements should go in who should be doing that he would always pushes dances to go to the extreme of their abilities so you know they would moves of really an interesting way pushing their bodies to the extreme let's let's talk also about music I want to change course here and actually play a little bit of music that's seven.

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"lori brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Earlier he waited about two rebels to law he moves it up a little earlier you don't have that situation back in for Easter comes into quickly so the point is to sixteen a writer's circle to choosing the back to quickly middle floor on the wiki curling into the paint job stop looters no good rebounded by Easter drives it up a different course the colonel latest reviews to the middle of the floor Mrs right side to three key the head of the table king posting inside in a whistle away from the ball in a file on Brooks trying to keep from getting to the spot on the floor that he wanted Kentucky the head is a man off the block the bid way between the three point five at the blockage the Easter player tried to that low post Natalie you got caught for the fed he's the king checking back in for each day you as the Hicks in the right corner drives on Sistema bins in the lane and he won't succeeded and I stopped by his hand straight up in the air the fitted moved his feet and is king spun he drug his pivot foot when he came to a stop turned it over nice wide base gave take a chance to keep his balance it moved with the defender nineteen five Kentucky with the lead nine fifty to play the first half rips into the paint or is about to choose hang on the right wing what about the three thank to route to the corner Brooks into the lane leans in left hand the honorable the room with a soft shot and rolling for a nice drive it's up twenty one five Kentucky Lori brown left elbow this is the fifteenth letter written by king right baseline partially blocked by Sistema pulled out by Tuesday thank throws a hit the Brooks down the left side love across the labor with bees deflected it taken away by eastern here comes round round up the middle floor down the lane like bank set up in in time now for Kentucky with nine thirteen to play first bucket makes it twenty one seven in favor of the cats with nine thirteen to play in cal all the time out because the cells of the TV dot he did not he did not like he was a last topic that was that yeah the past close by hi I think it was what was the book Paul was behind ever really had a chance to try to do what it would be the traffic play you if there's always lots of the big easy play that was a difficult you should be able to throw logs against this extremely tall they don't have any high risers or maybe maybe at all if you throw that passed to where the guy you're the past four catches Kerry right through to the real but you can't throw behind full court pressure by the colonel's consider Hagens is back in with with the quickly hooked insisting that gets through the press the speed of thought what a file called this is Tina came in on the left baseline he went up to score it Terry Keenan locked it but this call for the file his second six so the colonel say into the line goes the excess enough for two shots Reagan's a one man band that time beating the press from up just inside the charity stripe all the way to the paid at the other end shots on the way and it's perfect for fifty four point twenty two seven.

"lori brown" Discussed on Turn Me On

Turn Me On

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"lori brown" Discussed on Turn Me On

"Yes I loved it personally. I thought it was like life changing less for the sex more for just white white my own house I was like there's nothing to get whatever that's another podcast. That's a baby. What else did we learn so with the community of people who like to be spanked prefer to themselves as spank owes spe goes? Isn't that cute spank. OHS sounds like a really good morning cereal I I wasn't I wasn't observing and I think we may have had more people join us since our initial game. This guy are use Banco. You can stay you can stay okay so the name of the game was getting back in here with the people as Pegos spank what the fuck did. I just walk into okay. I like to be spanked to. It's okay my friend okay. We like it. We all the people the spanking though I don't know bankers bankers bankers always spank spank goes. I'm just GONNA put this out there. SPANKY SPANKY spanky would be getting the spank employee employer the other. I think we we learn and actually you might be able to speak better to this the me because I was I I I was a little loss spoke to a guy named James Cantor. He's a sex therapists very like well established sex therapist based in Toronto and we were talking about the five year itch they they were no that term the five year which well it's called the seven year itch concerning the seven year itch which is like essentially yet you couple up seven years later whether it's the male of the family they typically stereotypically. It's like the man gets the seven year itch and he's like I'm now like you know Dad's now looking for the mistress and like going off doing his own thing well James Cantor referred to that as actually technically thickly biologically. It's it's more so the five year itch because I wish you didn't bring this up because I I really don't understand Santa well either but tensely in essentially it's the the the length of time it takes to locate a mate court that made eight impregnate that mate and raise a baby to the point of it no longer needing nursing that that's the actual technical length of time time that is is like developmentally part of our of our brain so what's what's the kids grow up and good to go then biologically man's like all right time time to go do the same thing to somebody else to procreate and create another individual that thing too that he touched on and maybe this was off the microphone was like it's not it's also just as biologically sound and intuitive for women to have sex with many many men to provide vied for to make sure that the youth or the being that they bring into being as provided for so like they're they're in sometimes there it was it was quite plausible that that multiple men could be the degree the producer of the same baby which is probably scientifically debunked by now but at one time it was like even if you're pregnant keep having sex with men because their genes will the genes will affect the the baby be they bring a day so needless to say the last like five say but we just talked about it for twenty five straight up the last like six days five days whatever it's been have been like I opening for the two of us. I feel like I've learned a lot. I've learned a lot too and I- endlessly endlessly Yeah Melissa curious so and so that's again you know for the people that are just joining us because I know we've got a bunch of people just walk in the streets and coming in and going plundering combined listening to you. If you have sex you should definitely pay attention. This is the stuff that we talk about and so a big part of the shows you know we talked about our own sexual lives again. We're married but we live we we are poly-amorous so we see which means for people who don't understand what that is we we are not closed off to the idea of having having whether it be sexual or emotional relationships with other people in our lives. Brian has a boyfriend back home. I have a girlfriend back come. We we have partners multiple partners and that's a big part of her life speaking of that I there's there's something this I haven't talked to you about this yet and I was kind of saving it for a recording and I figure fuck it. Whatever we're Montreal? Maybe I can get some some some thoughts from the people that are listening but I went on a date last week and it it it was like there's a little bit of a predicament in that. I don't really know what to do now like I don't know like how to take this further but essentially what happened was I went on a date with someone that I met on tinder or bumble or something like that not that I should know I should know and do all right before I go into this. Do you feel like I have type. I have no oh idea okay great. I'm glad you said that because while I was on this date in my head I was like really smart women. Yeah I can tell you for sure. One hundred percent the hey smarter in the is going on the WHO who's build smart tonight so I met this really smart lady on Tinder and we went on a date and while we were on the day and I was thinking to myself the reason I ask because I was thinking to myself Bridie ah or BECCA would both probably go this is not this Gal is not your type but we had a very like lovely the evening the conversation flow very nicely. She's a she's a law student and very like she is actually extremely smart. We're on the date and I was going going holy. Fuck them stupid. You know like the whole time but she's very beautiful very smart very engaged. The date was going very well. So we go back to my plane. Our place you were not there and we were having some drinks drinks led to you know make an out making out led to fooling around. We didn't have sex. This was a gal who as far as I could tell was like I don't have sex on the first date now whether she was just saying that to me because she wanted to say that to me. I don't I don't know but we weren't going to have sex but we did. We did do everything else under the under the umbrella of like Nick falling around and I felt really good about it and I was like yeah. This went really well now. Here's the thing pretext to that day. It was a day where are the night before. I partied a little too hard woke up a little too long over had a really big event that I was taking taking part in and Halifax and it was a yoga events. I've been we we both teach yoga teaching for a number of years and so I was leading a yoga class and I didn't anticipate how sweaty Reti this class was going to be. I got very hot very sweaty. You're at the class. It was with Lori Brown. The Yoga sick boy class and afterwards I went home cleaned up but didn't take like I took a shower but like I took this is one of the cleanest menu of ever seen. I just want you to know that see the cleans very thoroughly so this is why this day this is why the story is going to surprise you talking to you who aren't sure if you're GONNA stay for the rest of the conversation right so I took a shower but like I did the shower I was like I'm GonNa date tonight. So I literally like ran my head through the water to alike do my hair and then washed the shit out of my deck and my bottle that was it popped out shower went on the date unwell came home hooked up she went home. I drove her home now. Drove her home and as I I dropped her off Becca. My girlfriend texted me and was like hey we're all at this bar in Halifax facts. Come hang out with us and I was like yeah sure so I went hung out at the bar I sit down next tobacco and we're we're very close and back it. was that back it was like did you shower after you guys hooked up and I was like no I didn't I didn't shower. I didn't have time to shower after hooked up but we didn't have sex and she was like that's that's cool. like whatever just come over here so we are sitting together and I went I went in I gave her a kiss and a hug and and I came back and she gave me this look like and I was like oh no like in my head I was going Oh. I'm so sorry you smell pussy all overlake like I'm covered in plsy so like I'm so sorry you smell you. Smell that that's what I thought right and before I could get that out of my mouth she was like is that you and I went. What do you mean and she goes? Do you smell you. Have I really bad b o not good for Jimmy. Saunders not acceptable for jammies on and not only is it not good. It is massively surprising to me because in my mind I'm going wait. WHOA WHOA Whoa what and so he has no no sense of smell? I don't have a sense of smell. That's that is actually a true statement. I don't have any sense of smell at all so you shit yourself next to be. I'm I'M GONNA be like Yeah Yeah. Yeah Ha like. Let's hang out. I have no in everybody else's like what the fuck and like getting into leading. I'm like I don't know so. I have no idea so I I like I go in. I give it a good with and I can pick up like a scent of B. L. The girl I was as with I dropped her off was like I had a really lovely night. I'd love to do this again and I was like me too. She hasn't this has been a week and up. She hasn't said a sink. She never message me again and I've been to Freida Messenger because I I realized later that I smelled like a piece of Shit that complicated you just go. Hey someone pointed out to me later that night that I had really bad be oh. I didn't notice that I have no sense of smell so story story. That's the case but yeah but that's so easy so easy to say that all right so easy but I'm very much in my head. I didn't say that it's a week and a half out now. I feel like you know it's nothing. It's like your friend your friend your acquaintance where you're like. We've met a thousand times and your name. I don't know it and I haven't asked it and it's been three weeks and we've hung out several times. I'm never gonNA fucking ask you now. I feel like think with this girl 'cause. I'm like if I can't say it's too late now and this is how he's going to tell her to this podcast they send it to her. They hey what's up also by the way listen to this talking about you. I'm talking about you in this episode is that what should I what well I don't know how much how important it is it. Is it for you to see this person again. I think it's less about me seeing her again anymore about me. Honestly yes so it's all ego is what you're saying a hundred and ten percents just say let ago. I'd say let it go. I I'm waiting for the day of the one of my yoga teachers or Yoga. Students are like can you you do something about your to your generally but I don't think I like I'm. I'm always at the kitchen like and germs like why don't you just be doing or not because I like it. I like the way I smell. You are weird though he is such a a man's smell if I'm attracted Batman. I'm just like give me your armpit in this phase. There's other people who else is like yeah you like that. Oh yeah really no way so wait so okay so is there a chance that is there you know. What should I message Joe? Did you like what you smelled. You like that that was that was only fifty percent baby. Wait till I do a yoga class and don't don't shower after it's such a huge part of it for me and the other day so we went on this trip for a week and I I have this very specific time of day that I'm turned on very specific between two and three doesn't matter what time zone it we're you know we're we're outside of our home times on Mike literally the witching hour the reason I can't have a nine to five job..

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"lori brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hi and Lori brown in for Tom power today on cue we're talking summer music festivals triumphs the disasters the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock was said to be a huge memorable event and then everything started falling apart our queue this music panel is here to look at what happened then you'll hear the story of the unlikely Canadian town that's been pulling off a successful music festival for more than a decade that's coming up later in the show the first Hollywood is full of classic movies about gangsters and mob bosses but the one thing Andrea burlesque new film aren't the type you'd expect my conversation with Andrea and lots more on Q. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer a corner in Santa Clara county California says the gunman in this week's deadly shooting at a garlic festival died by suicide NPR's Nathan rot reports that's at odds with earlier accounts which indicated he was killed by local police police in Gilroy California say they engaged the gunmen and last Sunday shooting within a minute of the start of his attack the gunmen fired back here's Gil right police chief Scott Smith the at a press conference Friday afternoon I do know that the suspect was hit multiple times by around that our officers fired which put him down but Smith he says it appears now following a report by the county medical examiner that the government while down also shot himself causing his death the clarification comes a stories are still trying to work out a motive for the shooting which left three people dead and thirteen others wounded Nathan rocked NPR news Pedro Pierluisi is the new governor of Puerto Rico sworn in a short time ago after Ricardo will say stepped down as promised in email from his office was say saying that Pierre Louis C. does not require confirmation from both houses of the territory's legislature because he was named secretary of state will say was forced to step down amid mass protests over corruption is chosen successor is widely expected to face similar protests and possibly a legal challenge a bottled water company in Massachusetts that was found to be selling tainted water shutting down as Gabriella manual of WGBH in Boston reports the water it elevated levels of chemicals known as P. fast been linked to numerous health problems a month ago Massachusetts officials warned that infants as well as pregnant and breastfeeding women should not drink bottled spring water from the spring hell water company the state did not order the product pulled from shelves last week media outlets reported the contaminated water was being sold across New England under various brand names the he says in a statement that while it's fixed the problem the first media coverage the potential for changing regulations is forcing them to close the one hundred and seventeen year old family business for NPR news and Gabrielle E. menu well in Boston president trump now says representative John Radcliffe will not be his nominee to be the next director of intelligence in making the announcement trump blaming unflattering news coverage and saying he'll soon announce another nominee oversee the nation's seventeen US civilian and military and intelligence agencies right Clifford come under fire for his lack of experience for position and possible exaggerations in his resume trump loyalist to serve for six months on the house intelligence committee right click confirm days withdrawn his name from consideration replace Dan coats stocks pared some of their earlier losses the market and the week sharply lower the Dow was down ninety eight points today twenty six thousand forty five the nasdaq four hundred seven points this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson a judge's recommendation that the NYPD fire an officer implicated in Eric garner's death on Staten Island five years ago is getting mixed reactions the mayor place a lot of blame on the US department of justice for failing to charge Pantaleo two weeks ago earlier a grand jury on Staten Island declined to indict the officer garner's daughters emerald snipes garner called the blouse you a finger pointer he pointed the blame on other people I find that he never takes about the possibility Larcom ability for the fact that he could have had to lay off immediately the laws you said he's received advice from the city's legal team that the city could not fire Pantaleo without going through the departmental trial that ended in June and might be commissioner James of Neil is expected to decide whether to dismiss the officer in the coming weeks all aboard the new and improved a forty second street subway shuttle well not quite yet the MTA has announced that it will finally begin reconfiguring the awkward the sprawling station at the Times Square station beginning next August that's after twenty years of trying the current station has three East West tracks that most people approach from the south which means they have to run all the way around two of them to get to the third entry Albert is chairman of the New York City transit riders counts just picture this set of three tracks two tracks with a much wider island platform if you miss one you know it's going to be on the next side you won't have to run around and go to a very narrow place up much better commute for everyone well the station will only have two tracks each train will be longer it which will increase capacity by twenty percent for the rest of today here in our area should remain a mostly cloudy level of about seventy two degrees tonight you're listening to WNYC at tennis support for NPR comes from Sierra Nevada brewing company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought whether that's online over the air or in a bottle more it's Sierra Nevada dot com next time on ask me another we've got not one but two guests for you actor Topher grace.

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"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"lori brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Folk rock sound and blending folk song writing with this electric rock back beat and was this a conscious thing that you said were putting these two things together or was it just some kind a happy accident that the sound came together no happy accident Roger McGuinn did that and he did it extremely well Roger is the best guy for translating Bob Dylan's songs into band music there isn't anybody else has ever come close to him he's really good at it he really understands box he's friends with fox he studied Bob's music a song all kinds of songs and he knows how to translate them into a band record he's and you guys did tons of Bob Dylan covers didn't you well you know they're good songs trees fantastic and you know they they were simple which served us well in you know and I I think I did good harmony Saddam and stuff but I think that the I think Roger McGuinn is responsible for about fifty percent at least of what the birds and what did Bob Dylan think of the the birds renditions of his songs he listened to us playing tambourine man and went right out and got himself a electric band immediately so you guys are taking full credit for that one I am you know I could be wrong but you know if it was FOB says different I I think that's what happened amazing you're listening to Q. Lori brown sitting in for Tom power and I'm speaking with David Crosby about his new documentary David Crosby remember my name and you may also recognize David Crosby for this.

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"lori brown" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

PhotoBiz Xposed

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lori brown" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

"Premium product basic subscription is being the best investment that up might is sometimes a little overwhelming just because I feel like I'm not implementing Millie as much as I should. But I think that's just because there's so much tech away from h podcasts I looking back since of signed up of actually done a lot more and put a lot more into place than a realized saw net have images display in both local hospitals and really generates a sign many strong lades and bookings up also got full businesses lined up in the new year to start the potty mocking third party marketing strategies with NAFTA race interview, the retro Burke of also invested in her style success kit, which I'm really excited about getting into and just in general, I'm getting more bookings highest styles. My businesses growing in a really positive direction. Several looking forward to a bigger better two thousand nine hundred and continuing to grow my business and another year of your poor. Casts. A big thank you from me. And all the best in the neom. Andrew Tracey whitland here with Wiklund photography out of perish, Florida. Just south of Tampa Bay just wanted to say, thanks for the podcast, and all you do to better our industry, my wife, and I have implemented a number of things we hear from your podcast one. Of course, the birdie adds to the voucher system. Three. Caitlyn incur- stays book promotions. We try our best to pull something out of every episode and implement. We don't always do it. But you know, we give it a shot. Hi, andrew. It's Lori Brown here from Calgary Alberta Canada. I appreciate that year will this because I'm terrible recruiting voice. So I am a professional glamour personal branding headshot photographer here in.

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