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"lou taylor" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"With over seven billion people in the world, , we all have one thing in common every day we all get dressed welcome to dressed the history of fashion a podcast we explore the WHO, , what win of why we see where we are fashion stories and your hosts cast Zachary and April Callaghan. . So casts are very regular. . Listeners will remember that a few weeks back. . We had a very fun episode on floor. . Which is, of , course, , the Victorian language and symbolism of flowers, , and at the very tail end of that episode I kind of teased that we would. . Cover the rose in an upcoming episode, , and while that episode is now it is today and not only is it today is also now two episodes because there is so so so much to say on this topic. . Yes, , and not as wide today we are so pleased to announce that we are being joined by Amy Della. . Hey, , the author of the newly released the rose in fashion ravishing and. Also . she is a CO curator of an upcoming exhibition at the museum fit which will export this very same topic. . Yes and a her co curator on this project is our lovely friend colleen. . Hill who has yet to join us on dressed but she will do so soon, , colleen, , I hate to Pester my friends who are like, , I'm working on my phd right now and also working full time. . She will join us but. . The exhibition itself was actually slated to open this past September. . Well, , you know pandemic twenty, , twenty everything's been postponed. . So <hes> we very much look forward to seeing this exhibition when it does open in the future absolutely, , and this exhibition has been in the works for quite some time and it's been an international effort. . Of course, , the museum at sat is in New York City while Professor Della. Hey . is in London. . She is the root, , Stein Hopkins Chair of dress history and curatorship at the College of fashion where she KOTEREC's with Judith. . Clark and for so many years amy worked as a curator at the Victoria. . Albert. . Museum in London, , of course, , which has one of the most significant. . Fashion and textile collections worldwide amy, we , are so pleased to welcome you to trust amy I'd like to start today I by asking how you came to the field of fashion studies. . This is actually something that I've been asking a lot of our guests recently and it's always so interesting and you know I'm always delighted to hear some of our favorite scholars quote unquote origin stories. . Well, , I, , didn't really know I wanted to do <hes> I grew up in Brighton on the south of England and was interested in sort of those big punk scene than a big growth. . The new romantic scene I was always interested in dress I always love textiles by ozone you I didn't want work. . In elite fashion and setting in the fashion industry. . Founded course that my mother found course at Brighton out gold and it was a good design history and it was the second year had been established. . And whilst I've been excessively universities elsewhere in the country, , I stayed in my hometown partly because Brian was brilliant place to grow up. . But because there was at coast from by Lou Taylor on this fashion. . And the minute I read about that I thought. . That's the course me. . And actually doing lose unit and meeting Lou changed my life because I had an indifferent early education. . And I've never been inspired and Lou totally totally inspired me. . So I did the design history coast always chose lose options. . I'm a first coast I remember intensely was looking at fashion characteristic lieu of all levels from eighteen fifty to one, , thousand, , nine, , hundred. . So to me, , undeniably, , the most desirable seminar choice was to choose. . And look amazing the buses and crinoline gowns in. . Paris. . But it was a question of your shot at first I was shot. . So I ended up with the conditions of working class. . Taylor's in London's east end instead of the. . Account tell you I was devastated. . Anyway. . At the end of the session, lose , both drizzle and within five minutes of talking to her. . I was inspired and I think he changed the whole course of my interest because from that point tone low have come back to us from that point on minded was in what can Klaus history in everyday lives in the reality of fresheners opposed to fashions miss. . So I did my degrade thesis in one, , thousand, nine, , , hundred, , eighty, , four. . On the influence of Hollywood on cheap levels of ready to and fashion in the nineteenth in America. .

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Interview with Amy de la Haye

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:00 min | 3 months ago

Interview with Amy de la Haye

"With over seven billion people in the world, we all have one thing in common every day we all get dressed welcome to dressed the history of fashion a podcast we explore the WHO, what win of why we see where we are fashion stories and your hosts cast Zachary and April Callaghan. So casts are very regular. Listeners will remember that a few weeks back. We had a very fun episode on floor. Which is, of course, the Victorian language and symbolism of flowers, and at the very tail end of that episode I kind of teased that we would. Cover the rose in an upcoming episode, and while that episode is now it is today and not only is it today is also now two episodes because there is so so so much to say on this topic. Yes, and not as wide today we are so pleased to announce that we are being joined by Amy Della. Hey, the author of the newly released the rose in fashion ravishing and. Also she is a CO curator of an upcoming exhibition at the museum fit which will export this very same topic. Yes and a her co curator on this project is our lovely friend colleen. Hill who has yet to join us on dressed but she will do so soon, colleen, I hate to Pester my friends who are like, I'm working on my phd right now and also working full time. She will join us but. The exhibition itself was actually slated to open this past September. Well, you know pandemic twenty, twenty everything's been postponed. So we very much look forward to seeing this exhibition when it does open in the future absolutely, and this exhibition has been in the works for quite some time and it's been an international effort. Of course, the museum at sat is in New York City while Professor Della. Hey is in London. She is the root, Stein Hopkins Chair of dress history and curatorship at the College of fashion where she KOTEREC's with Judith. Clark and for so many years amy worked as a curator at the Victoria. Albert. Museum in London, of course, which has one of the most significant. Fashion and textile collections worldwide amy, we are so pleased to welcome you to trust amy I'd like to start today I by asking how you came to the field of fashion studies. This is actually something that I've been asking a lot of our guests recently and it's always so interesting and you know I'm always delighted to hear some of our favorite scholars quote unquote origin stories. Well, I, didn't really know I wanted to do I grew up in Brighton on the south of England and was interested in sort of those big punk scene than a big growth. The new romantic scene I was always interested in dress I always love textiles by ozone you I didn't want work. In elite fashion and setting in the fashion industry. Founded course that my mother found course at Brighton out gold and it was a good design history and it was the second year had been established. And whilst I've been excessively universities elsewhere in the country, I stayed in my hometown partly because Brian was brilliant place to grow up. But because there was at coast from by Lou Taylor on this fashion. And the minute I read about that I thought. That's the course me. And actually doing lose unit and meeting Lou changed my life because I had an indifferent early education. And I've never been inspired and Lou totally totally inspired me. So I did the design history coast always chose lose options. I'm a first coast I remember intensely was looking at fashion characteristic lieu of all levels from eighteen fifty to one, thousand, nine, hundred. So to me, undeniably, the most desirable seminar choice was to choose. And look amazing the buses and crinoline gowns in. Paris. But it was a question of your shot at first I was shot. So I ended up with the conditions of working class. Taylor's in London's east end instead of the. Account tell you I was devastated. Anyway. At the end of the session, lose both drizzle and within five minutes of talking to her. I was inspired and I think he changed the whole course of my interest because from that point tone low have come back to us from that point on minded was in what can Klaus history in everyday lives in the reality of fresheners opposed to fashions miss. So I did my degrade thesis in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four. On the influence of Hollywood on cheap levels of ready to and fashion in the nineteenth in America.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:25 min | 9 months ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It with the bulls during the Jordan years what was it like just being around that team after Rodman got there in those last three championship always dated they like like for you around those guys it was yeah it it truly you know and I've heard the comparison off and that it was like following the Beatles it was like living with the Beatles for someone like myself and I remember I've I've told this story a few times I remember sitting on the team plane and watching Dennis I spent nearly that was basically where the food was it was the MGM grand plane that the rolling stones it's nice that the borough area where the fire was in the food and I remember looking at Dennis one of the road trips coming back thinking to myself that if I could only stop time I don't want this and because I knew I recognized that I was fortunate in that I was covering greatness whether it was number twenty three or the team as a whole and at that time that was the seventy two win team and I was having so much fun man I was in my thirties single Chicago kid traveling with the greatest team on earth and following arguably the greatest athlete of all time it was it was the best and I didn't take any of it for granted and I wish I could relive it all again today but I'm fortunate that I was able to be there to the nineties what Lou for for those of us watching are we getting proper glimpses of what you got to see from a day to day basis based on the four episodes you've seen man I'll tell you what he access is just tremendous and from what I understand friend of mine at the MBA tells me that the best episode is yet to come and that's this Sunday someone that star plan have to so many folks live in town with a fast in offer the most access I think that the producers of the last dance have done a phenomenal job now obviously a lot of that is because Michael and fill in the polls organization allow the access that they did and Michael at some point decided in his life I want to tell the story and show the fans and I think this product is perfect by the way I'll get to that second putt yeah eighteen I don't know if this is Jordan Taylor but I'll tell you what I love about it molds and I'll give you a great example bring it home for me my wife lived in Atlanta so during the nineties she wasn't in Chicago she didn't see me personally on the sideline she was able to watch the bulls every single night like most of Chicago did during that ninety Ron and for two days you could see Michael Jordan you hear about Michael Jordan but to see him in action and to see Dennis Rodman I thought last week episode last week's episodes were great because you know when you bring up doesn't it Dennis Rodman's name to today's your technical the freak show they don't think of the greatest rebounder arguably the game has ever seen one of the greatest defenders of law and when you listen to Michael last week and he said it Michael said listen this this guy was incredibly intelligent on the basketball court when you look at his career numbers any average over eighty points a game in twelve and a half rebounds a game and he stepped aside he said you know what my job here is to rebound and defend so I won't worry about scoring but he could score this is a guy that could have retired averaging a double double so the fact that we're able to show that to date to today's youth that never saw the polls in the nineties I think is great Lou Taylor Twellman here are two questions first and foremost were you part of the sniff brothers yeah I would you know and more nana jobs not **** lows guys MJ security guys national goose where the bass in there with them by his side all the time he needed done it was a traveling circus every single road trip we went on it whether we arrive at the the Ritz Carlton Pentagon city at two o'clock in the morning we arrive at the plaza hotel in New York City on Central Park at three o'clock in the afternoon there were hundreds of fans waiting to see Michael Jordan those guys were needed and they were great Lou did did the one part that we were just talking about before coming in here is talking about the Isaiah Thomas in his interview on get up in that rivalry and how just I I loved every second of it because it's a real it's still there after twenty five plus years but I'm not totally sure Jordan's gonna allow the last chance to shores to show some of the hard core competitive in some would say pettiness to sometimes his competitiveness what did you make of the entire Isiah Thomas lack of handshake and everything that came after that well you know I thought MJ was pretty open about it last week and I'm not gonna obviously I say exactly what he said but he said I still blank eight the piston drive and he had scars to show it and sodas Horace grant you get something that locally and JD you can talk about it being a Chicago guy got a tip it'll never live it down the migraine headache so bedroom it it it it's not over it never will be I know that I. J. H. the fact that it's something that helps the rest of his life but it was poor sportsmanship okay they beat up the polls for two years in the finals and the bulls took their wicked and starship on hands and I don't want to hear the crap about well you know that's the way you live Kevin handle that so what some tell you to jump off the bridge you jump off the bridge Ian man stand up socialist show some sportsmanship especially as there's a Chicago kid from sync your post really and I I I I find it ironic that you know this is a guy that wasn't around I you can talk online about all you want about people it bothering him today with the people still you know when they think of eyes there they think of that but I no one hurt more than anything it comes when it was left on the night right yeah Lou my friend always a pleasure thank you so much Sir for joining us enjoy the episodes tomorrow we'll talk soon okay man I'll tell you what I wish I could get all ten at one time on Netflix and what you're every time it it ends up like I can't wait till next Sunday so I don't think they do great talking to you about it look at Dallas mainstay in Chicago media was around those bulls teams every day as their sideline reporter joining us I I need to spend radios Katie we get ready for episodes five and six the last dance tomorrow night is it nice that when something is is hyped up at the last dance actually lives up to the billing like it's been that great yes it definitely has and I wondered about that I thought gosh this is gonna be over high because we're a quarantine there's no live sports taking place like are we just over hyping this because we want something to watch and I will say it has been very well done it's been educational for me I did get to see those highlights on a day to day basis but I can't wait to see more of the interaction of the of that actual access to the footage is between teammates which apparently you get to see a lot of an episode five lu said he thinks that absurd five maybe has the best access in terms of all the episodes which I can't wait to watch I mean I think all the episodes thus far the access has been terrific and again you can watch the uncensored version which was I would recommend that lets their little kids around watch the uncensored version on ESPN will also air censored version I. D. S. P. N. two it has been spectacular stuff and they'll get into Horace grant coming up next episode and the Jordan rules the book that Michael did not like and they haven't even introduced twenty crew coach yet really to the masses of the Dream Team and I say it being left off so that's that's a really good stuff Joe thighs been joined us earlier today to discuss Alex Smith recovery the east sixty piece on Alex Smith you'll hear from Joe Theismann coming up next it's game day this is the S. P. N. radio.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

08:38 min | 9 months ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"It with the bulls during the Jordan years what was it like just being around that team after Rodman got there in those last three championships always dated they like like for you around those guys it was yeah it it truly you know and I've heard the comparison off and that it was like following the Beatles it was like living with the Beatles for someone like myself and I remember I've I've told this story a few times I remember sitting on the team plane and watching Dennis I spent nearly that was basically where the food was it was the MGM grand plane that the rolling stones which is unacceptable area where the bar was in the food and I remember looking at Dennis one of the road trips coming back thinking to myself god if I could only stop time I don't want this to end because I knew I recognized that I was fortunate in that I was covering greatness whether it was number twenty three or the team as a whole and at that time that was the seventy two win team and I was having so much fun man I was in my thirties single Chicago kid traveling with the greatest team on earth and following arguably the greatest athlete of all time it was it was the best and I didn't take any of it for granted and I wish I could relive it all again today but I'm fortunate that I was able to be there through the nineties what Lou for for those of us watching are we getting proper glimpses of what you got to see from a day to day basis based on the four episodes you've seen man I'll tell you what the access is just tremendous and from what I understand friend of mine at the MBA tells me that the best episode is yet to come and that's this Sunday someone that's all ten episodes of the phone call I've been playing with the best in offered the most access I think that the producers of the last dance have done a phenomenal job now obviously a lot of that is because Michael and fill in the polls organization allowed the access that they get and Michael at some point decided in his life I want to tell the story and show the fans and I think this time is perfect by the way I'll get to that a second but yeah it ain't I don't know if this is Jordan or Taylor but I'll tell you what I love about it most and I'll give you a great example bring it home for me my wife lived in Atlanta so during the ninety she wasn't in Chicago she didn't see me personally on the sideline she was able to watch the bulls every single night like most of Chicago did during that ninety Ron and for two days you could see Michael Jordan you hear about Michael Jordan but to see him in action and to see the Dennis Rodman I thought last week episode last week's episodes were great because you know when you bring up doesn't it Dennis Rodman's name to today's your day think of the freak show they don't think of the greatest rebounder arguably the game has ever seen one of the greatest defenders of law and when you listen to Michael last week and he said it Michael said listen this this guy was incredibly intelligent on the basketball court when you look at his career numbers any average over eighty points a game in twelve and a half rebounds a game and he stepped aside he said you know what my job here is to rebound and defend so I won't worry about scoring but he could score this is a guy that could have retired averaging a double double so the fact that we're able to show that to date to today's youth that never saw the polls in the nineties I think is great Lou Taylor Twellman here two questions first and foremost were you part of the sniff brothers yeah I was you know I don't have that hello it won't nominate jobs so I can listen to those guys M. J. security guys dont smoke which were the best in there with them by his side all the time he needed done it was a traveling circus every single road trip we went on it whether we arrive at the the Ritz Carlton Pentagon city at two o'clock in the morning we arrive at the plaza hotel in New York City on Central Park at three o'clock in the afternoon there were hundreds of fans waiting to see Michael Jordan those guys were needed and they were great Lou did did the one part that we were just talking about before coming in here is talking about the Isaiah Thomas in his interview on get up in that rivalry and how just I I loved every second of it because it's a real it's still there after twenty five plus years but I'm not totally sure Jordan's gonna allow the last dance to shores do shows some of the hard core competitive and some would say pettiness to sometimes his competitiveness what did you make of the entire Isiah Thomas lack of handshake and everything that came after that well you know I thought MJ was pretty open about it last week and I'm not gonna obviously essay exactly what he said but he said I still blank eight the pistons drive and he had scars to show it and sodas Horace grant you get something that locally and JD you can talk about it being a Chicago guy got a tip it'll never live it down the migraine headache so bedroom it it it it's not over it never will be I know that I. J. H. the fact that it's something that helped carry with them the rest of his life but he was poor sportsmanship period okay they beat up the bulls for two years in the finals and the bulls took their what can install ship our hands and I don't want to hear the crap about well you know that's the way Lillian Kevin handled it so what some tell you to jump off the bridge you jump off the bridge Ian man stand up socialist show some sportsmanship especially as there's a Chicago kid from St your host really and I I I I find it ironic that you know this is a guy that wasn't around I you can talk all they want about all he wants about people it bothering him today with the people still you know when they think of eyes there they think of that but I no one hurt more than its share count as one of his laptop at night right yeah Lou my friend always a pleasure thank you so much Sir for joining us enjoy the episodes tomorrow we'll talk soon okay man I'll tell you what I wish I could get all ten at one time on Netflix and what you're every time I make it and I'm like I can't wait till next Sunday so I'll be I don't think it would be great talking to you about it look at Dallas mainstay in Chicago media was around those bulls teams every day as their sideline reporter joining us I am ESPN radio's Katie we get ready for episodes five and six the last dance tomorrow night is it nice that when something is as hyped up as the last dance actually lives up to the billing like it's been that great yes it definitely has an I wondered about that I thought gosh this is gonna be over hyped because world quarantine there's no live sports taking place like are we just over hyping this because he wants something to watch and I will say it has been very well done it's been educational for me I didn't get to see those highlights on a day to day basis but I can't wait to see more of the interaction of the of that actual access to the footage is between teammates which apparently you get to see a lot of an episode five lu said he thinks that absurd five maybe has the best access in terms of all the episodes which I can't wait to watch I mean I think all the episodes thus far the access has been terrific and again you can watch the uncensored version which was I would recommend that unless they're little kids around watch the uncensored version on ESPN we also air censored version I. D. S. P. end to end it has been spectacular stuff and they'll get in the Horace grant coming up next episode and the Jordan rules the book that Michael did not like and they haven't even introduced twenty crew coach yet really to the masses and the Dream Team and I say it being left off so that's that's a really good stuff Joe thighs been joined us earlier today to discuss Alex Smith recovery the east sixty piece on Alex Smith you'll hear from Joe Theismann coming up next it's game day this is ESPN radio I am touched upon a number eighteen injuries we see Alex Smith he broke his tibia fibula and fracture the only surgery right away where do you find a strange is not knowing where my limitations are going to be I want to find out where they.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To compare my mix do I use that very song let us go to Eric in its switch hello Eric what's that early you're doing great thanks I have to tell you the server room so wonderful guestbook realtor they should buckle really is of talk guardian latest emissions very very interesting all this commentary transitional living in Jordan very much what do you like best I'm trying to figure out what I love him too but I want to know why you love him so much is it is it is knowledge his delivery his vocabulary is vibe he is a combination of all of the certainly there and all that sure our group in Boston and you will probably remember me I'm a guy who called you about six months ago the guy who absolutely hates trees with a passion yeah the yeah trees us very very ill what I would love to have yes indeed do sometimes I don't know she's interested in that at all but I used to really a lot of the hold breweries and America playing because we grow up in a new mission hill there was a half from root for plant in particular I was really interested in staying in power and that one of these old brewery Juston road call the steamer Trista drugs of longer compressions for refrigeration and the I think most of us think cultural for closed on use your goal probably can recruit first love about the figures of history of the of brewing industry thinker one time we were both twenty five or thirty different breweries all operating within a mile of show over each other and what might be something interesting for him to look at yes I listened with interest when he talked about the wall to Victor chocolate company because I I visited the place as a teenager that's funny because therefore take along with a group of Boy Scouts even though I was in the sky looked really good it was a quick tour we wanted to one of the buildings on the fridge for social packaging machinery we walked through the yard and looked at the silos worked very the whole plant and other groups thank you very much hope you enjoy your tour so why is the movie teenager age fourteen I wrote a letter to them telling them how dissatisfied I once was tore through the hallways buildings of the power plant was all the stuff we didn't get to see anything and I got a really nice letter back from the plant manager and she invited me over there and spent five hours during the a personal tour through the whole place one of the things that was interesting because I go head to make mention legal silos of her to work sure I think that all of them and there were eighteen shuttles for work a lot of people don't know is that the space between the shuttles reduce carbon here diamond shaped through those those places were also used as chefs are looking for in storage wow the a lot of stuff I remove the whole process of making a truck would restrict really fascinating for me as a guy who lotion machinery I still do twenty five years working at a power station along those things for her any help of the of the goods Israel brewing might be interesting history of the loose papers from Boston but the absolutely fascinating also another thing that might be interesting would be using your hold real street publish their tional Boston edition sure yeah releasing those Hey there was nineteen nineteen sixties a core of the it was like a complete museum of will power generating industry in the United States see everything from the late eighteen nineties right up through the state of the art at the time so you said so powers to Elstree powerstation brewing and what was the third thing Bossi ours wearing out of the weird cousin who worked at the old Herald or what was actually on mission street before the the bill to the building on the Harrison Avenue I used to go there washed approaches all the time and they're very good at your level that would go shopping and don't you just drop me off there and I'd spend the time with the pressure will then she'd come pick me up an hour or two later and the I went there the I went to the old Boston post which other interesting subterranean press rule and the old Boston globe was across the street from the day of the subterranean pressure walls will then there was a Christian Science Lauder official all these places they were absolutely fascinating all the good of the whole process from the news coming into the actual printing on the paper you love machines what's your favorite favorite all time favorite machine roller kids reflector I would have to say probably euro on the small side into corporate workers on the large side the of big coal was steam engine search they're all a pumping station sure Boston blows me away sewing machines Turner this is where it is just I have a singer I about nineteen twenty singer I believe and I kinda reconditioned it I got the new Robert stuff and all that I could still works it's it's you can tell it is in the in the kind of beginning of the industrial revolution and system maze amazing there's a lot of showing and she had a sewing machine Lou Taylor was always one with those two were read a blog and to shut up and everything is so like I would set it up for her that she go ahead and do for work on the show check our use of that the level of all kinds of machinery okay mall well Eric keep in touch okay call anytime we will release our group okay yeah my my mother is a bad sign machine star it's pretty short she saw her thumb there it is yeah imagine that are yeah Ramesh renaissance sheen and that clunk right through your thumb my god I can't even imagine that forcing have no my finger what was actually a terrible thing it was them up maybe the most painful thing in my life horrible it was where I used to work at the radio station and the rock station come out of a studio where I used to do the Boston center here which was a I was the public affairs director known running does that and that's coming out of the door and headed up the hall and someone was up the harms talking about I had my hand in the door jam and this is a very heavy studio door usually has hydraulic to keep it slamming hydraulic was busted it slammed on my finger horrible and I I was so afraid to look at it because I knew it had to turn your head to be gone there's no way I can survive that both the feeling and the knowledge of what has just happened man turn me inside out while I was riding in pain the the jerk I was talking to was a sales person laughed at me laughs that person's around today I'll never forgive him for that and that is right to take matters into my own I used to work in the hands I used to work in the emergency department so I knew it was going to happen I was going to happen is I get a sub I'm with him a comma leading under the nail and what kind of pressure since it's already so far yeah the the pressure of this of him a Tom and there is kind of throbbing be terrible and awful gonna have to go to the house the emergency room wait around in pain a lot of money and I know they're going to do so I did it myself what we did in in the emergency room when I worked there as a young man I handsome young man as it turns out when I look back compared to now his what happens people come in same basic kind of injury to slam the finger they have a sub sub angle hematoma you know the deal is all black under there if you if you don't do anything or actually even if you do do something that males going to fall off well if if you ever been to the emergency room at least my emergency room here's what would happen with a certain doctor I would go in and talk to the patient right to chart they go get the doctors Tom what's up and I knew what I had to go get it go get he must have of basically any of us that maybe Kelly curve clamp paper clip and a propane torch or some sort of a heat source you place the he'll straighten out the paper clip the one end of it not the whole thing and you clamp the rest of it that's remaining curved so you have a clamp well the pointy end of a straightened out paper clip on the end of it then you you you are going around forty two I can't talk to the patient whether doctors heat not the paper clip it gets glowing red hot.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on Z104

"And sixteenth two days big movies this month spider man lion king and then went to the movie once upon a time in Hollywood yeah the trailer you want to see it yep I'm third season the stranger things comes out on Thursday Wimbledon starts today mmhm all star weekend next Monday on from Major League Baseball U. S. women's soccer takes on England in the semis tomorrow that's going to be a big gave you keep saying every time is a big game it is a big and finally holidays for the July of course is weak and there's a couple other ones you're free Slurpee day is coming up on July eleventh that's right national French fry day hot dog day ice cream they all this month something you're forgetting what that the chats are coming to America well my god yes any ground breaking news in the biggest holiday of the year which will be this Wednesday Ashley's thirty if there S. old A. F. birthday I'm gonna wake up and go eat my senior citizen Brecht check she was she's doing this she where she just told me senior citizen Brochu doing a nude photo shoot about time yeah well time by myself in my bag okay coming up this hour for you we've got your zine about twenty minutes Lou Taylor swift was mad this weekend and she every right to be but now Justin Bieber chimed in on this as well yeah few people dead and everyone's getting in on this is the Libya is also on how many of the most common lines in a break up can you name the top ten lights for example a line here to break up a lot is it's not you it's me that's a lot it's a break up line how many of the top ten most common breakable as you think you could name if you request you will be coming up in about thirty minutes but first how about a phone scam to make you laugh this Monday morning would it be funny if the people who handle customer assistance from major stores were as rude as the people on Twitter here's what happened when one Z. mornings the listener got a call from us pretending to be customers is because she tweeted out something bad about a major department store that begins with the letter T. and I'll just leave it at that.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"And now we're doing a show on there called if you seek Brittany where we're going deep into investigating the Britney Spears server to ship, Honey, we are looking deep all have to send you the episodes, we're looking deep and we're getting the clues. And people are sending us, Jillian, I'm that's been doing kooky. Brittany sunken I- drunken drugged out since version, because even though she's in deep in the mental health game bitch, keeps her workout going, and we have been watching them. We had until you a little dark thing that we've learned on, if you seek Brittany. Yeah. The reason that Britney has no problem keeping her weight down is they watch everything she eats, and she needs to get permission swin. She's staying at a hotel and orders from room service, though, tell has what she's allowed to eat, and no matter what she orders they sent her the thing, that's the right amount of boiled chicken breast and like rice. Yeah. Or like no no carbs. Now, there's the Senator they have the she can have this, and she can have this, and she can have this and it's this many calories. And that's why she's going to fight the conservative ship. She's like free me. I need to be she that if every problem that she had they've solved it by controlling the shit out of her. Oh my God. Yeah. I mean, when you find out what who's who is one of her managers, Lou Taylor, mean loo- sweetie, who is a, it's a woman who is a conservative Christian who has people has in Britney, Spears name is investing in anti LGBT organizations. Okay. This shit is deep and layered, and you know who's involved the media. Okay, because all these things saying, Britney really checked herself in Brittany really did all this. They're all from TMZ, people whatever those people who are in bed machine, and they have to say those things because that's why the only truth has been coming out of these other Britney podcasts like Brittany's Graham is the one that revealed the. The big had the big thing that we figured out why that she was actually committed months before she made the public announcement and that it was against her. Well, so the investigators Jamie land fucking weighing in bugging onto will, they're all scared. I mean, they're all scared because there they all keep undercover liking the free. Brittany posts Lynn liked it. Jamie, Lynn Linda, her boyfriend linked it, but they're still all they're all tied in, because they're all living on that Brittany money that paycheck, they need the money. So they're all under the same type of control because none of them are rich. They're all living on Britney now, also Britney has made career long six hundred seventy two million, but her net worth is fifty six million. Where's the money? I know she didn't spend it on, lighters, because she sold the later, that's giving you the mamas and the Papas incest, but we gotta keep that catalog. Josh, so there's a lot to get into. So go ahead. Hey Queen, TV patriot dot com slash TV go for the big one ten dollars..

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"lou taylor" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"And we're all figuring it out now. And the fact that like, obviously, you know, Paris Hilton. But Paris Hilton was very close with Britney Spears at one point. Yeah. Right and Paris Hilton posted free Britney. So I feel like she has some sort of idea of what's going on. Well, there's there's also there's also a connection between this woman. Lou Taylor and Lindsay Lohan because Lindsay she also worked for Lindsay Lohan and Lieutenant tried to get Lindsay Lohan conservative ship. When she was spiraling. Also. And she was the one who went to britney's parents Bazeley saying that this was the best course of action. And I believe it they this could be towed DOJ as my word for this. Because this is one that I'm sure because I'm not an expert on everything. But I think that they make money from this concern ship to so it's all very well. They are in control of her money. Right. And and in two thousand eleven Lindsay Lohan fired Lou Taylor for mismanaging her money. Okay. Yes. Britney Spears was thirty seven years old should have been in charge of her money for quite some time. Now, obviously when she spiraling out of control. It's it's a different story and somebody has to manage your money, but lifetime conservative ship Sienese. Like why it's it's so crazy, obviously, it's not like the act, but my mind starts thinking about the act and how. People really can can control your life and people on the outside. We'll have no idea. Yeah. I think it said there's parts on this thread that show that that there are times that she has talked about the conservative ship and it hasn't. Made the cut in interviews like she did the Jonathan Ross show. And there was people in the crowd who were tweeting that Britney mentioned her conservative ship. However that part never made it to air in the when the interview actually aired, but people in the audience said she had talked about it. And then there was a twenty sixteen interview with Mario Lopez that she joked about having daddy issues and her team censored that out but fans are able to find the original video. Yikes. So and then in two thousand eight. Brittany's co conservator wanted wanted to raise he's he's a lawyer. And he wanted recently asked for pay increase from the singer citing his efforts to keep spears away from drugs and her successful return to the public eye. It's it's so it's crazy. But this also happened because there's a podcast, and this is people are hating that they did this and people are okay that they did this. There's pockets will britney's Graham, and they got like a tip from a paralegal at the firm that works works with Britney or the conservative ship or something. And they and that person claimed that. Let me find it because I have it. Okay. That person claim that the that this is all been her dad that her dad isn't that her dad cancelled the Vegas resident, and he was the one who committed her to the mental health institution because she refused to take the medications that they wanted her to take. And that's that's where things are are getting skewed in the in the in the media because like TMC's now reporting stuff like oh her medication was the problem. It was the wrong cocktail and that caused her to spiral and what made her. Commit herself. And now the doctors are working on fixing the the drugs that she takes and and whatnot. It's just all very sketchy and sad. And you just I really have no idea. I really have no idea. What what to believe? I agree. I feel like the whole thing is is like you said, you don't want to believe because the whole everything reading right now seems like it makes sense like Britney Spears is being controlled and not everything adds up. Right in the Jamie, Lynn spears, like also speaking out and trying it's crazy. But it's so crazy because Britney herself is is not saying anything, and it seems like he's just not allowed..

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"lou taylor" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on Double Toasted

"This this guy right here. Lynn taylor. Lou Taylor Pucci Benji. You might have saw this this actor thumps them sucker. Yeah. That's I kept thinking he reminded me of that guy. But I I I wasn't sure it was him. I was like man I want to punch his got so bad. But what is it? That's making me like not wanna hurt him as he was funny, though, even undestood distress being the Dushi is of all Douches. This is still something funny about bro. And I've just a deuce bag a, bro. But he was funny. Even when he's in danger. But still that's where they get you. Because it's like man, look these people have bad, but do they desert? Look, we ain't gonna like make a concentration camp of deuce broS cages and abused by. And that's when you start to see the ugly side of because that's I I said many really making it hard for me to to to be against Joe. But they're moments that are truly disturbing even when it's funny because when it when it's funny, it's still disturbing. They like Benji up is kind of like, okay, man. I'm out the world these less people like him. But I'm not I'm not gonna do this too far ahead when I swung Mallett. I just knew Benji was the worst kind of poison the kind, you know is bad, but it can't stop taking. So I did what I had to do to help you back. And now there's an adult human male in the basement of this bookstore. Basement soundproof the owner loved to read and peace down here. Sorry. I told you I don't know who you are. I don't know why. I'm here. I swear confession. I have no idea what to do with him. Now. I'm gonna give you my family lawyers number. He'll get you paid. Of course, he thinks I want money. You know, who my father is Benjamin Ashby the second hedge fund manager. We haven't yet. We'll see anywhere in the world best-case that's somewhere far away from you Beck worst case that ends with prison time, not an option. It's a poppy seed, bagel extra schmear. Gluten. Allergy? Okay, that shit is real glue dairy. If I ate a peanut I could die. Something about this. Do I look like he's a deuce, bro? But I see him just like this all the time. I'm kind of used to let the do go by. As craft brewers the way of the IRA. That's all you gotta do man. I mean, and he really does and doesn't end there. The more you get because it I again, I was thinking men's people maybe maybe they'll have come in. This is just manipulative in that TV show or movie Conaway. But then keep going back and forth between what's worse. Who's worse? Do. I really chipped. Should. I be ruined for that. He's sick. But maybe I should be rooting from here, but managed it really does come down to you have to like you can never ever drop your guard with the show. Now, you can't never do you can never in. And again, it's not the show. That's manipulate manipulating you. Is that character you had it gets everyone? I'm talking about these girls and Ted Bundy, but there were moments in here was like, okay, man fucking. I like the guy gifts. So sue me..

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"lou taylor" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Phone or at home on Sirius XM connected devices and speakers, so fun translate. I know Daniel finals funny, Georgia, you could maybe it, Dan. But the second that song started somehow a video of door swinging at a goat. And then getting chaos started and it matched. So well with the. I couldn't stop laughing. Go ahead. That's awesome. Then he picks up a chunk. Lanny he tries the hit the go with it. I almost busted out laughing too for complete different. Perfect music. Everything g. All right. So. I definitely want to continue talking about PF L, Sean O'Connell Ann Lewis. There will be our guest. But let's take some calls. I guess we have a couple on the hotline. And then we'll peek in on some of these top stories and then finish up strongly here with PF L because it was a great season for those guys you pick. We got Brian from Boston and Showtime, Brian actually just dropped because continue with Showtime because Brian in buffalo. I hadn't finished I said from Boston will be a good guy to bat Showtime Showtime. He's are leadoff hitter. What's up shots? I wrote Showtime down. Showtime. It's your time. Let lettuce downtime. So. Oh there. You are. Okay. Sorry about that. I Fono mood. I was back there with my grandbaby. She was watching TV and playing so I just had it on the whole time. But what's more allergy guys or the grandbaby? Mean, you know, the grandba- man come on there because you know, you guys my others from another mother, though, I hope you get a New Year's Eve, Christmas and stuff, man. But you know, you know, you know, I'm feeling so good, man. You know, I've been on this. Dr course, man, the whole time telling you buy under rated this guy was man for him to come in and blast this guy like that. That's that's Lou Taylor. You know, big town. Hey, no way much aid is actually the kid. Did he knocked out? I actually liked that kid to man. He's talk man that that's that's a lesson learned for him to come back. And I was telling some other people the in the main event I actually had picked the right winner in that too. Because I just felt like the the why is aggressive. You know, you so aggressive, and that the other kids going to be smart and kinda used that aggressiveness against you know, which he did. And it was a good night. If ice though, I sat there with my family, man, you know, someone else don't watch a lot of 'em. May actually were what you know was like the product that they saw, you know, so that that was a good thing for them. But I'm gonna tell you this think about how many UFC guys and Bella tour guys and guys in other top organizations sitting around watching that and seeing these guys holding this check, and they fighting for ten and ten. Or you know, I'm wondering who when they contract come up may wanna come over and take a run at that. So I'm wondering how many guys that maybe free agents that are going to kind of come take a ride at getting that mean dollar payday, you know, that that was big. And I I'm like you when I saw Taylor's little girl crying. I mean that that that was like heartfelt man and looking at the families of these, you know, these guys crying. You know, that that that was most man, very very. Thanks for time. And that is the million dollar question is how many people were motivated, you know, who walls had their emotions stirred like a fighter sitting at home. And they're in the middle of a free agency right now or there one fight away because next season starts in may or anybody. That's wondering if you've got to fight to get out of your contract. You know, get it done in February or March and test it, you know, use that leverage. Because as you see PF L came through. I mean unless these guys start making noise as the check bounce. I'm expecting this to be a very successful season. I thought they had a big spotlight on Monday night. Go ahead use Showtime. How do you know Lewis Taylor because he actually right before it all started like you got to get my boy on you're gonna get my own..

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"lou taylor" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"Too. That's. It's time to go around the dial, everybody's in the. Does. Thank you, Dave. Perfect intro. I'll go Fers. All right. People know I watched the first episode of you on lifetime. This only one aired so far premiered on Sunday. This is the stalker drama from Greg Berlanti and Sarah gamble and starring Penn badgley and someone unknown to me previous to this call Elizabeth Lael. The premise of this is that this girl back goes into a bookstore. She has like a very standard meet cute with this guy, Joe who works there and they kind of, you know, have like banter about Paula FOX and blah, blah, blah. But the twist is he's a Stocker heard he's a total creep, and so it's he gets a lot of voice over and and so we go almost right from the very beginning into his perspective on everything that's happening starting with like, she reaches up to get a book off top shelf and he's like, oh, you're not wearing abroad, you want me. To notice not necessarily weirdo and then escalates from there with him. You know, he looks her up. She's got a huge social media footprint. She's very, does not practice good information hygiene at all. And his, you know, makes it easy for him to find like her siblings and go back for years and her history and find out like shit tons of stuff about her because none of her accounts is protected in any way. He finds where she lives because she doesn't have location posting turned off. He calls in a fake gas leak so that he can let himself in posing as her boyfriend and like rifled through her stuff in her actual apartment. And then she comes home and his voice over says, and I wrote it down because I thought it was so good. He, he hides from her in the shower and says, I've seen enough romantic comedy snow. The guys like me are always getting into jams like this, and I feel like that's sort of the show in nutshell, it's like it takes the perspective of the sky. Who thinks he's doing everything fine. And that what this woman he does not know really needs for someone like him to protect her from herself. And you know to him, it's like, this is this is what guys do in rom coms all the time. And he's right, like the differences in rom coms. It's, you know, the girl likes the guy, so it's not creepy. It's really interesting. I didn't really have anything. Any expectations going into it? And I, especially after gossip girl, did not necessarily think that Penn badgley had this creep of a character in him, but it's, it's good. Like the pilot is very intriguing and grabby and and like, nothing I've seen before the the female lead is not the best actor. She, at least in the pilot, having watched past there is a little bit too, like smiley on all her lines regardless of what the scene is supposed to make her do emotionally, but Lou Taylor Pucci is great. Her shitty boyfriend who. Has a lot of family money in his trying to get his artisanal soda company off the ground. There's a Kumon soda that he's trying to make happen. Very religious. And Daniel Cosgrove who if you listen to Sarah in me on our again with this Beverly Hills, nine o. two annot podcast. He plays Matt who has just arrived on the show at the point where we've arrived on nine. Oh two one..

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"lou taylor" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Got remarried. What's going on in the world by the way of. What happened this week? Tennessee couple gets married a record. One hundred nine times. Go, fuck yourself. I don't want to hear that. That's bullshit. World records for marriages and divorces after knocking for twenty people in America get remarried. She wants woman tied the knot Twenty-three fucking times. Jesus Christ. Codependent psychopath key. Can't fuck. It'd be alone. Grandmother is most married woman after tying the knot twenty three times cheese fucking check. She was collected actually. No, that's not true, right. Because once you married the next person. Jesus Christ, how how easy would be fucking divorce? Her. I'll make payments eight months. She'll fuck it. Find somebody else get married again. American grandmother, Linda Wolfe has become the most married woman in the world. I'm surprised she's not a grandmother. All that cock going into her after walking down the aisle, twenty three times in his now on the lookout for number twenty four MRs wolf sixty eight. Is included in the Guinness Book of world records for the dubious honor of being wed more times than anyone else alive chew. She must be the first time you like, hey, can you not put your shoes here? Fuck yourself over. Linda. She is said she is addicted to romance to the romance of getting married. Oh, she likes it in the beginning. Born Linda, Lou Taylor the the American first married in nineteen fifty seven at the age sixty eight to thirty one year old. George Scott former first basement of the Boston Red Sox. The union lasted for seven years. The longest and happiest of any of her marriages sense. Then things have tended to go downhill. Oh, that's funny. She got divorced at twenty three for the first time, and she went on to marry twenty three times. Over the subsequent decades. She'd married a one eyed convict preacher a barman. Sounds like an Irish song green alligators and a one eyed conduct a fucking preacher in a bar man and a plumber. And musicians plural Jesus to turned out to be homosexuals to were homeless and one beater. I mean, that's pretty good man. You only got get married twenty three times. You only get beat once a minute's pretty good. Figured somebody got married twenty three times. They just had bad choices in men. Another put a padlock on her fridge, does a guy that's called marrying for looks. Getting fat. There s where to God, you have another fucking biscuit. I'm putting a padlock on that. Fuck and fridge. Watch me what's me and then he fucking does it go, fuck yourself. I'm out of here too. Controlling. He was counting the level, the amount of pop tarts eating. One marriage lasted just thirty six hours because the love just wasn't there. But Linda from Indiana, once married the same man, Jack girly, three times she's had seven children by different husbands and has been a stepmother too many more. Her last marriage a decade ago was a publicity stunt. It was too. Glenn wolf who and taking Linda as his bride meant. He was the world's most married man at twenty nine times twenty nine times Jesus. He died a year later at eighty eight. Gods. I fucking statement to him what the fuck, fuck you doing. What was that? We don't asshole. After seventeen times, did you really think the last twelve times are going to be different? You fucking moron. No sense sending you to hell buddy already been there. Come on. All right. Consequentially cut to quietly. She said she was that she was on the lookout for number twenty four. She told the sun, it's been years since I walked down the aisle. I miss it. Jesus Christ's fuck, and she's like an athlete that doesn't know how to retire the serial bride who now lives in a retirement home said she had never cheated on a husband. You didn't have fucking time to. She said, if she had her life over again, she would never ever marry so many men. Atlanta ended kind of sad, right. So of course, this is one of these click bait sites. What should every architect demand from cloud. The most dangerous species alive. Donald Trump and his younger days. This mom never fettered daughter, carbs. Which one you guys want here. This is like jeopardy. For dumb people. Volkswagen CC test wild age. Stop us seeing wild will. My eyes are going here. We'll old age stop us, seeing our.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk after days of meetings with european leaders president trump is spending the weekend at his luxury seaside golf course in scotland as npr shannon von san reports antitrump demonstrators showed up there and across the uk thousands of people marched in edinburgh and more than a thousand protesters reportedly turned out in glasgow demonstrators also protested at trump's to golf courses in scotland many said they were speaking out on human rights and against what they called trump's politics of division and hatred and edinburgh lou taylor said she's protesting what trump stands for values and the way he lives his life and not representative in scotland we don't agree with any of that so it's important for people to be hit and saying trump's visit to scotland follows a twoday working trip to england during which an estimated tens of thousands of protesters marched on london shannon van sant npr news the nwea cpi is holding its annual convention in san antonio as joey palacios of texas public radio reports the conference is focusing on increasing voter turnout the theme of the convention is defeat hate vote tiffany lofton is director of the nwc youth and college division she says it's only fitting the largest gathering of social justice leaders and activists are coming together in texas talk about our brothers and our sisters who are separated at the border who are being challenged right now in court cases and tried as young kids not as adults kids without representation she says it's part of the association's mission to fight against racial injustice and inequality the convention runs through wednesday and there are sessions about energizing voters to turn out to the polls in november for npr news i'm joy palacios in san antonio after nearly two months of separation and asylum seeker from honduras was reunited with her six year old son saturday and seattle immigration attorney or hey baron was they're calling for more reunions as the government tries to reunite immigrant families with kids under five just here in our region there are over forty parents still detained who are separated from their children and where are demanding is that we see moments like these happen right away where families have been unified government now faces a bigger deadline of july twenty six to reunify more than twenty five hundred older children with their parents haiti's prime minister resigned saturday amid calls for him to step down over his handling of a failed plan to raise fuel prices that led to three days of deadly rioting at least seven people were killed and dozens of businesses were looted during the unrest heat advisories and accessible heat warning cover portions of northern california and oregon which only adds to an elevated fire danger sunday's highs could approach one hundred nine degrees in shasta valley klamath river valley and salmon river valley this is npr news angelique kerber is wimbledon's new women's champion larry miller reports she was too strong for american serena williams who was hoping for her first grand slam title since giving birth ten months ago germany's angelique kerber easily overcame serena williams to win the wimbledon ladies tennis championship in straight sets six three six three this was only williams fourteenth match since taking a year and a half off to have a baby and the rush showed while williams was plagued with twenty four unforced errors the hard hitting kerber was consistently strong in nearly always in control afterwards holding back tears the thirty six year old williams said has broadcast by the bbc her comeback is only just begun disappointed you know i have so much look forward to i'm literally just getting started this is curves third grand slam winning first wimbledon title she takes home nearly three million dollars for npr news i'm larry miller in london also on saturday novak djokovic beat rafael nidal in the men's semifinals he'll face kevin anderson for the title sunday morning the twelve boys and their soccer coach rescued from a flooded cave northern thailand are recovering well and are eager to eat their favourite comfort foods after their expected discharged from a hospital in the coming week in a series of video messages the boys answered a question about what they were looking forward to eating their wishlist included slow cooked pork leg with steamed rice fried pork sushi steak and even in thailand kentucky fried chicken i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at wallace foundation dot org and the listeners who support.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Michelle martin in this hour we'll ask what this indictment could mean for the next phase of the special counsel's investigation into just what happened in two thousand sixteen and we'll go to three of our correspondents in europe to find out how president trump's trip is playing their plus as a row cup comes to a close this weekend we'll ask what it takes to referee such a high profile contests and yeah some second guessing what about that two thousand ten final he was the most difficult games of all time that's all coming up but first this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst in scotland thousands of people turned out to protest president trump who spent the day golfing at a corsi owns in turnberry is impure shannon vincent reports trump is on his first official visit to the u k thousands of people marched in edinburgh and more than a thousand protesters reportedly turned out in glasgow demonstrators also protested at trump's to golf courses in scotland many said they were speaking out on human rights and against what they called trump's politics of division and hatred and edinburgh lou taylor said she's protesting what trump stands for valleys and the way he lives his life and not representative in scotland we don't agree with any of that it's important for people to be hit you saying trump's visit to scotland follows a two day working trip to england during which an estimated tens of thousands of protesters marched on london shannon van sant npr news and in london today appro trump rally was held for the president and also for tommy robinson a right wing english activist and sharp critic of islam who was jailed for contempt of court after broadcasting outside a criminal trial in may at least two people were arrested many voiced support for trump's immigration policies members of the national association for the advancement of colored people also known as the nwea c p r meeting in san antonio for its annual convention joy las of texas public radio reports the conference will focus on increasing voter turnout and social justice the theme of the convention is defeat hate vote tiffany lofton is a director of the nwc peas youth and college division she says it's only fitting the largest gathering of social justice leaders and activists are coming together in texas when we talk about our brothers and our sisters who are separated at the border who are being challenged right now in court cases and tried young kids not as adults but his kids without representation she says it's part of the association's mission to fight against racial injustice and inequality the convention runs through wednesday and there are sessions about energizing voters to turn out to the polls in november for npr news i'm joey palacios in san antonio a wildfire burning near yosemite national park in the sierra national forest has left one firefighter dead cal fire says the man was driving a bulldozer trying to prevent the ferguson fire from spreading that fire is about one hundred thirty acres and is five percent contained seventy officials say the park is open behi way one forty at the entrance to the park is closed by that blaze fire is about five percent contained haiti's prime minister minister has quit jack i love has resigned amid widespread protests following his failed attempt to raise fuel prices by up to fifty one percent that led to violent riots earlier this month at least seven people were killed dozens of businesses destroyed during three days of demonstrations this is npr from news i'm jeremy siegel there's one word that pops up a lot when it comes to homelessness in the bay area nimby which means not in my backyard sonia hudson visited a nonprofit that runs into it every turn mary how is the executive director of the homeless youth alliance or h way i met how in her office and she showed me her collection of hate mail and reads me if you your use of the word community is profane a community is an organic concept and it has to pulse with life the people who you cater to cultivate nothing but death other letters voice run of the mill objections here's a letter about h y as mobile needle exchange which is in the hague six hours a week my husband and i have just moved here and we have a.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst in scotland thousands of people turned out to protest president trump who is on his first official visit to the uk he spent the day golfing at of course he owns intern bery scotland as npr's shannon van zandt reports thousands of people marched in edinburgh and more than a thousand protesters reportedly turned out in glasgow demonstrators also protested at trump's to golf courses in scotland many said they were speaking out on human rights and against what they called trump's politics of division and hatred and edinburgh lou taylor said she's protesting what trump stands for values and the way he lives his life and not representative in scotland we don't agree with any of that so it's important for people to be hit and saying trump's visit to scotland follows a twoday working trip to england during which an estimated tens of thousands of protesters marched in london shannon vincent npr news secretaries of state from around the country are gathered in philadelphia to discuss election security ahead of november's midterm elections as bobby allen of member station whyy reports several top election officials say they are tapping their state's national guard to beef up cybersecurity as the probe on russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen us presidential election continues this event usually includes vendors showing off balloting equipment and other low key affairs but with the recent indictments of russian military officers for alleged democratic party hacks the tone is different this year pennsylvania's secretary of state robert torres we're working closely with federal state partners you know all to make sure that these threats which are real based on what we've seen from the indictments that we can respond to them quickly and state try to stay ahead of the department of homeland security secretary kerstin nielsen told attendees there's no sign russia is targeting this year's mid terms with the same quote scale or scope as the two thousand sixteen election bobby allen npr news in thailand the country's health minister says twelve boys and their soccer coach will be able to leave the hospital next week the last of the boys were rescued from a flooded cave in the far north of the country on tuesday michael sullivan has more from chiang rai some of the boys who developed pneumonia in the cave or getting better the health minister said adding that some who'd lost as much as ten pounds during their ordeal were putting weight back on and they want to eat a lot in a video the boys were fantasizing about barbecued pork crispy pork rice sushi and kfc all looked well the health minister says they'll be released on thursday michael sullivan reporting a wildfire knew somebody national park has left one firefighter dead cal fire says the man was fighting the ferguson fire that fire burning between el portal and bryce bird is about one hundred thirty acres and firefighters say it's.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Michelle martin in this hour we'll ask what this indictment could mean for the next phase the special counsel's investigation into just what happened in two thousand sixteen and go to three of our correspondents in europe to find out how president trump's trip is playing their plus as a row cup comes to a close this weekend we'll ask what it takes to referee such a high profile contests and yeah some second guessing what about that two thousand ten final he was the most difficult games of all time that's all coming up but first this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst in scotland thousands of people turned out to protest president trump who is on his first official visit to the uk he spent the day golfing at of course he owns intern bery scotland as npr's shannon van zandt reports hey thousands of people marched in edinburgh and more than a thousand protesters reportedly turned out in glasgow demonstrators also protested at trump's golf courses in scotland many said they were speaking out on human rights and against what they called trump's politics of division and hatred and edinburgh lou taylor said she's protesting what trump stands for values and the way he lives his life and not representative in scotland we don't agree with any of that so it's important for people to be hit insane trump's visit to scotland follows a twoday working trip to england during which an estimated tens of thousands of protesters marched in london shannon vincent npr news secretaries of state from around the country are gathered in philadelphia to discuss election security ahead of november's midterm elections as bobby allen of member station whyy reports several top election officials say they are tapping their state's national guard to beef up cybersecurity as the probe on russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen us presidential election continues this event usually includes vendors showing off balloting equipment and other lewke affairs but with the recent indictments of russian military officers for alleged democratic party hacks the tone is different this year pennsylvania's secretary of state robert torres we're working closely with federal state partners all to make sure that these threats which are real based on what we've seen from the indictments that we can respond to them quickly and try to stay ahead of the department of homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen told attendees there's no sign russia is targeting this year's midterms with the same quote scale or scope as the two thousand sixteen election bobby allen npr news in thailand the country's health minister says twelve boys and their soccer coach will be able to leave the hospital next week the last of the boys were rescued from a flooded cave in the far north of the country on tuesday michael sullivan has more from chiang rai some of the boys who developed pneumonia in the cave or getting better the health minister said adding that some who'd lost as much as ten pounds during their ordeal were putting weight back on and they want to eat a lot in a video the boys were fantasizing about barbecued pork crispy pork rice sushi and kfc all looked well the health minister says they'll be released on thursday michael sullivan reporting a wildfire near the seventy national park has left one firefighter dead cal fire says the man was fighting the ferguson fire that fire burning between el portal and bryce bird is about one hundred thirty acres and firefighters say it's five percent contained you're listening to npr news from washington.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on KELO

"Full day before and now that i'm not getting an early morning thing i have to get up at four in the morning there's a new kind of that prep stuff it's not a big jug i don't think it's a big jug but i have to take it like at eight p m the night before and then at four am in the middle of the night while i'm sleeping at to get up and take it which of course means i'm not going to be sleeping very much and so i'm not sure i'm not going to try to reschedule here on the more i think about it or not liking the the way this time as the timetable is plain out but climate revisited but any i'm going to do it i'm then it get it done it's a very effective way to discover colorectal cancer i'm sure you want to get on top of that you'd this is something you want to be able to to to stop and nip it in the bud as they say show nip it in the but and you know it's not that bad you know they give you some propoor fall and you go into la la land and then you wake up and you go home and hopefully have good news and could live for another forty years speaking of the baht or buts you follow this taylor swift to trial in denver holy cow kao former dj posed for picture weather and put his hand allegedly on her rear end when they were posing for the picture and she shed it was her bear rear end so evidently i mean none of my business but evidently terror lou taylor swift as aware underpants or anything under address and the guy went under the skirts she alleges put his hand back there and he gets fired she complained they didn't want to go to the police because they want to make it a scandal so she she and her people complain to the.

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"lou taylor" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"lou taylor" Discussed on KELO

"To take it like at eight p m the night before and then at four am in the middle of the night while i'm sleeping to get up and take it which of course means i'm not going to be sleeping very much and so i'm not sure i'm not going to try to reschedule here are the more i think about it or not liking the the way this time as the timetable is plain out but fleming revisited but any i'm going to do it i'm going to get it done it's a very effective way to discover colorectal cancer you want to get on top of it you'd this is something you want to be able to to to stop and nip it in the bud as they say show nip it in the but and no it's not that bad you know they give you some propoor fall and you go into la la land and then you wake up and you go home and hopefully have good news and can live for another a forty years speaking of the button or buts you follow this taylor swift true trial in denver holy cow a former dj posed for a picture wither and put his hand allegedly on her reread when they were posing for the picture and she said it was her bear rear end so evidently i mean none of my business but evidently terror lou taylor swift us aware underpants or anything under address and the guy went under the skirts she alleges put his hand back there and he gets fired she complained they didn't want to go to the police because they wanna make it a scandal so she she and her people complained to the radio station the radio station fires him there is a murky circumstances there were five different recording devices that he supposedly had at one time chronicalling what happened and with his interactions with the radio station all five of the devices have mysteriously been damaged or lost he has lost one hiking and nice spilled coffee on this laptop and this one broken but he's he's claiming that i think there were i was either five or maybe three but a lot of devices we're all you know broken there's a picture of the guy standing there with taylor swift and taylor swift girlfriend and i'm no i'm no csi forensic investigator but sure looks like he's got his hand it shouldn't be in the picture.

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