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"lublin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"In Washington And I'm Ari Shapiro in lublin Poland This is a beautiful old city with winding narrow streets and there is a large building in the center of town that is impossible to miss It is bright yellow with 8 columns in front and big carved wooden doors It was built almost a century ago as a Jewish House of study and today it's being used for a purpose that nobody who designed this building would have ever imagined I started looking for places where the house refugees Because it was clear that Putin was going to do something This building has been through a few transformations in its life and Poland's chief rabbi Michael schudrich started laying the groundwork for its most recent rebirth A few weeks ago before Russia invaded Ukraine And I said I prefer to have places for people to shelter And nothing that happened then not to be prepared have a disaster Better to be over prepared than under prepared Right And I almost the rest of the world never dreamt that Putin would actually do what he did As he looked for places that Poland's Jewish community could house Ukrainian refugees the rabbi in Warsaw thought of this grand yellow building in lublin In the 1930s this was a renowned center of study The lublin yeshiva had the best teachers the best students the best library and then the Holocaust nearly obliterated Poland's Jews The vast majority of the students were killed and most of the library was destroyed And then the Jewish community received the building back As part of communal restitution about ten years ago and the question what are we going to do They decided to restore the old synagogue and turn what used to be a dormitory into a working hotel Today the sign on the facade of the building says hotel Ilan feel the tradition But two weeks ago this hotel stopped booking tourists.
"lublin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Even be talking about this guy I know what I'm gonna get in trouble Bill Cosby is one of the biggest predators in Hollywood He was a rapist who had a really big TV show once An example of the complexity of humanity Not easy but comedian and television host W kamau bell has done it And a new four part showtime series we need to talk about Cosby And W kamau bell is with us now to tell us more Welcome thank you so much for joining us once again Thank you I'm always happy to talk to you So why do we need to talk about Cosby And why did you want to I mean you know as I say in the Doc I was a kid who was born into the sort of the rise of Bill Cosby's career and as a black kid who was watching him on kids TV fat Albert picture pages the electric company then he was also even in the 70s already on commercials a lot And then he sort of Bill Cosby himself inspired me to be a stand up comedian and the Cosby show I felt like I was a member of the huxtable family So he was a part of the wallpaper of black America and then I understood that he was saying not only do you make good work You should also be good in the world So I was trying to do that in my career And then to find out about these accusations and then as I believe the women who accused him it just was always a thing of like how do I reconcile with this Because if somebody says who are the comedians that inspired you growing up I want to say Bill Cosby but if I say Bill Cosby am I denying what the survivors And so this documentary comes out of just something that me I think a lot of people wrestled with for a long time And then when he went to prison it felt like okay Bill Cosby story is basically over at this point So maybe we can have this conversation but of course we now know he's out One of the things that's fascinating is that you invite people to entertain the other perspective I mean you've got this device where you give people an iPad to look at And you invite them to think about the perspective of someone other than what they came in with Like for example you invite the women who say they have been violated by him to think about his artistic legacy and I think that's a really profound choice And I was just wondering how you arrived at that I mean part of this comes from the fact that for many of the women that we talk to and of course there's over 60 and we didn't come close talking to all of them They had awareness or connection to Bill Cosby's career before they actually had these events happen with him So there's a little bit of like I don't want these people to just be seen as the time they spent with Bill Cosby where he violated them So we were always looking for ways to connect with these women about things that weren't just about those moments or those years with Cosby just about their lives what they knew about Bill Cosby before And Lisa LAT lublin is really great She can talk about how much she loves fat Albert and it later tell you the story about how he drugged her and raped her And so the first time we see Lisa in the series she's talking about how much she loves fat Albert and how even as a teacher today she makes fat Albert jokes about what you're like you're like school on a Saturday no class She still making that joke which I think is important to go this is a fully functioning fully developed fully realized human being who is not just about her story with Cosby so that then for me it makes the audience go okay these aren't just a bunch of these aren't just a bunch of sound bite victims These are fully functional human beings In other place where Cosby's legacy gets complicated it is with what has come to be known as the pound cake speech where he scolded black people for being single parents for naming children certain names for quote getting shot in the head over a piece of pound cake you know whatever that means And he begins to make more speeches along those lines But I was just wondering about how you see this that moralizing fit into the persona that Cosby was trying to create especially because you know he might have been America's dad and his lessons and the Cosby show were kind of always delivered with kind of a gentle tone But those speeches were very harsh Very aggressive very obvious Well I think that's a fair word So how do you understand that I experienced him as hateful and harsh But if you listen to the recordings it's an NAACP event And in the room there's clearly people who really appreciate it But it just felt like Cosby hadn't been that guy up until that point And it felt like something shifted And.
"lublin" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"Archbishop of Jaffa, who said that father Gregor helped thousands always asking the same question how can I serve? No, I'm here for lazard. Eventually, right to our administered and a third bowl of incense was produced and then something extraordinary happened priests in dark brown habits hoisted father Gregor pavlovsky's coffin and carried it out to the courtyard of the church where, according to Maul, the head of the amita ishiba in Ashton. They had been to see other people in the traditional green traditional certainly there was an astonishing sight of Christian priests on the one hand and Jews with CT and capote on the other saying cot over him. This, according to rav Maul after pavlovsky's family asked the diocese to take into account that there were people mourning father Gregor's death who because they are orthodox shoes could not enter a church and the leaders of the church agreed to hold a second service in the yard. Father Gregor pavlovsky was born 90 years ago in August 1931 in the most Poland near lublin, the name he was given at birth was Jacob's fee greener, son of Mendel and Miriam, though he was called hirsch yiddish for SV. His much older brother was high him and his somewhat older sisters were his father traded in wood and coal. The language of the house was yiddish, hirsch studied in a heter, the war started when hirsch went into first grade. And soon after that, the greener house was bombed. I am escaped, he headed to Russia and was not heard from again. The Jews of the most were forced into a ghetto and then the ghetto was liquidated. Mendel greener, here's his father, was deported and never heard from again. Then his mother and sisters were arrested caught hiding in a basement and her escaped living on the run for a while and for a time he was taken in by a Polish family who raised him as a Catholic pole. After the war, he was transferred to an orphanage, where he took his first communion in June 1945 when he was still 13. He was baptized. After high school, he went to a seminary in lublin, where, in time, he told the rector that he was Jewish, and the rector consulted the bishop, who ruled that there was no reason why a Jew could not be a priest. In 1958, hirsch now, Gregor pavlovsky was ordained, working in the diocese of lublin. In 1966 to celebrate the 1000th anniversary of Christianity in Poland, pavlovski wrote an essay telling his story in a Catholic newspaper in Kraków. And this newspaper somehow made it to Israel, where it was seen by someone in batam, who phoned up Gregor's brother, I am greener, who had survived the war in Russia, and then made aliada Haifa, who, upon hearing the story, he said, yes, this is my brother. With the discovery that his brother was in Israel, a realization dawned on Gregor pavlovsky that may be his place too, was in Israel. He consulted with father Daniel rufin, another Polish Jew who became a priest in the carmelite order and moved to Israel trying to do so at first under the law of return until in 1962 Israel Supreme Court ruled four to one that a Jew becoming a cleric of another religion forfeited his right for automatic Israeli citizenship in time, pavlovski decided to come before he did though he had unfinished business in Poland. He decided to build a monument in his beta Poland near where his mother and sisters were murdered, and to mark somehow the mass graves there. And this became his project, after raising money and convincing Polish bureaucrats, pavlovski built his memorial at the old Jewish cemetery in his bita with an inscription in Polish and Hebrew reading in part to the eternal memory of our dear parents Mendel son of zev and Miriam, daughter of Isaac greener of blessed memory and our sisters shindell and Sarah of blessed memory and also of all the Jews murdered and buried in this cemetery in the month of kislev 57 O three by the Nazi murderers and profane of God's commandments with gratitude to God for being saved. We established this monument father Gregor pavlovski, Jacob SV greener Poland and highland greener, Israel. Abutting the mass grave father pavlovski, who was then in his mid 30s bought a burial plot for himself already than having made to his specifications a headstone that reads, quote, father, Gregor pavlovsky, Jacobs fee greener, son of Mendel and Miriam a blessed memory. I abandoned my family in order to save my life at the time of the show. They came to take us for extermination. My life I saved and I've consecrated it to the service of God and humanity. I've returned them to this place where they were murdered for the sanctification of God's name made their souls beset in eternal life. With that done father Gregor moved in 1970 to Israel. He said, quote, my place is here among the Jewish people. I sense the call to common serve Christians living in my country, his country being Israel, the state of the Jews. Father, Gregor was welcomed that load airport by father Daniel rufin and my father, Alfred delmi, a priest in Saint Peter's and by his brother haim and by nieces and nephews after taking a Hebrew upan in batam, he agreed to replace father Alfred at Saint Peter's father Gregor met rob shalom malloy when Maul was leading a trip to Poland and noticed his empty grave at the memorial site in east beta and learned his story and got his number and phoned him saying, quote, I am standing at your grave, will you tell my students your story, then putting the priest on speaker? So the Shiva kids could hear. Later, rob Maul brought father Gregor a mazza for his home in yafo, taking the keeper off his own head and putting it on the priests as he said the prayer for fixing a mizu on one's door frame. Father Gregor once wrote, quote, I did not want to live a lie. I did not want to deny my roots. My mother, my father, my people, I want to be truthful, thus I have a homeland and that is Poland, and I belong to the Polish people. However, I have a nation that is first. The Jewish people, I was circumcised on the 8th day and I belong. I belong both to Poland and to Israel. I can not speak against polls because they saved me and I can not speak against Jews because I am one of them end quote. And that is how it happened that last week exactly as Martin davidovich's remains were being flown from Prague to Jerusalem so they could be buried on mount herzl in a ceremony attended by nieces and nephews from around the world 73 years after David Ovid was killed in a training accident in the Czech brigade, which he joined to become an Israeli paratrooper after surviving Auschwitz. Father Gregor pavlovsky's body was flown from Jaffa to his bitter, where yesterday, as we record, he was laid to rest in a grave he acquired 55 years ago under a stone he bought and had carved with an epitaph he wrote in a ceremony attended by old friends and colleagues and also by a delegation of kids from the ami ishiba and Ashton and their rabbi, raf shalom maloo, who flew from Israel to Poland to say kaddish over father Gregor's grave as he wanted them to do. And as they promised to do each year from now forward stretching toward eternity, it is easy to think that people are one thing or another. But often we aren't, as we saw last week with Martin davidovich and Gregor pavlovsky, Jacob's feet here, greener, who in death as in life shuffled and shuddered to find their place in a world complicated by cruelty and chance and a world that also blessedly holds so many different answers to the question how can I serve? He's ikram, baruch. Today, two topics, both of which, in a way, together ask the larger question of what and how the Knesset is doing in this week when crucially as we speak a budget bill is being debated that must pass for this Knesset to survive. The first topic you say corruption as though it were a bad thing as the coalition government approves almost 3 billion new Israeli shekels in quote unquote coalition funding or earmarks to this or that pet cause of the 61 members of the coalition from aid to addicts to the academy for the Hebrew language to neutering stray cats. And all sorts of other good causes, but which allocations foreign minister and alternate prime minister la pee just last year called corruption and the workings of thieves in the night should members of canessa be able to hand out large sums of government funds to favorite causes will ask. And the second topic, death taxes and traffic as one of the pigovian taxes contained in the budget being debated as I speak is a congestion tax on all cars and trucks coming into Tel Aviv, which will cost commuters from Allison's round Ana up to 800 new Israeli shekels a month, which is a lot. Someday inshallah, there will be a good commuter train, but until there is is it fair to charge people lots of money for not taking the train that does not yet exist. And for our most unreasonably generous Patreon supporters in our extra special special extra discussion, the link to which you can find in our show notes on your podcast app or at Patreon dot com slash promised podcast on the World Wide Web, we discuss an interesting new poll that finds that if elections were held today, the Likud would grow still stronger to 36 seats, but that neither today's coalition nor today's opposition would be able to form a government. What does this poll tell us about where we are today and what it is to tell us about where we might beat tomorrow? But before we get to any of that, you lucky people listen to this..
"lublin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Than ready for school and 9 11 limit 30 except no limit on pencils. Pocket folder offer in store only K. How news time 12 Oh, three. Exactly One year ago it was snowing in Denver won't see that today. Although the air is thick, there's an action day alert in place till four p.m.. Out of state smoke is combining with hot and dry weather to cause the issues. It's the worst air quality in a month and some experts compared to smoking two cigarettes. The city of Lublin has reached a $3 billion settlement with Karen Garner, who was injured while being arrested by police back in June. The city manager said the arrest did not uphold the values, integrity and policy is expected of employees of the city and the police Department. The elderly woman with dementia was taken to the ground by officers for failing to pay for $13 worth of items from WalMart. Today is the day Larry Walker becomes the first Colorado Rocky inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame when he became a free agent. He said playing here was a no brainer. It's a blast when every seat's full and the place is rocking, and, uh and that's what that place was obviously with 85,000 people, so that was very exciting to see how hungry the Colorado fan base was for baseball. Walker becomes the second Canadian to be inducted. Behind Fergie Jenkins. That's the latest I'm Chuck Clark. Now impact traffic from the Duck Duck Go Traffic center. This report is sponsored by indeed dot com from the Bet, Fred Sports Traffic Centre Speeds on I 25 Really good right now. No major delays but a heads up Now crews have the eastbound I 70 ramp to north and I 25 ConEd off here temporarily. Emergency bridge inspection work there. So just be ready for that. Take your favorite alternate around it and a minor accident on 2 25 at South Founded Sixth Avenue with some immediate jamming in the area. Fox 31 pinpoint weather Smoky sunshine Today a high of 89 Tonight Slow 55 Very hot for tomorrow, a high of 95. And currently it is 79 with your impact traffic and weather. I'm Chris McLaughlin, 6 30 K. How hitting speed bumps in your hiring process, streamline your route to hired with. Indeed they're hiring platform makes it easy to attract screen and interview candidates all in the same place. Find your next great hired and visit indeed dot com slash credit. It was a year and a half ago, the Denver store manager, Lisa first noticed something was wrong with her gums. They were always sore and just didn't You all right? Lisa made an appointment with a regular dentist who urged her to see a periodontist. So I did, And the news wasn't good. I had gum disease, and if I didn't do something about it soon, I could actually start losing my teeth. Lisa had heard about the so called cut and stitch surgery for gum disease, and she wanted no part of it. So when she found Dr Deanna Snit, sir, and her HLA Napoli's procedure online, she called and set up a no charge consultation. I was nervous at first, but Dr Switzer put me at ease right away. She explained the laser procedure in detail, and I felt Very comfortable with her skills. She's super nice and also very professional. The procedure itself was just as painless as she said It would be now my whole mouth feels great. And Dr Switzer is my regular dentist. Dr. Switzer can be your full time dentist to call 33989 65 100 for your free consultation. That's three Oh 3989 65.
"lublin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"lublin" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
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"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"Was pretty incredible. I don't think i will ever have live wrestling experience. That will impact me away. The first live show. I ever went to was did which was in nineteen eighty six at the spectrum in philadelphia which for a young nine year. Old how lublin to get to see hulk hogan at the time who was a huge star and also the the now departed mr wonderful paul orndorff and george the animal steele and macho man randy savage just all these larger than life people that i've only seen on tv that that in my mind at the time were real. Everything they did on tv was real. I didn't question any of it. So the impact of seeing them all em- person in a ring was was incredible. And the mr. Mr wonderful randy. Savage match was the highlight for me. So good. underrated wonder if underrated. I do realize i. I've i have an addition that i had forgotten having look through the script and because i do have to give a special shout out to the british wrestling crowds that i have enjoyed because it's just a different. It's a different flavor. Fearful chanting chan. You like what you think about football songs. Like and how creative richie. Sports fans are admittedly this week. Also terrible but very creative the british football chance. I cannot begin to tell you. That's a whole other episode in and of itself all of the songs that are made up by these drunken glorious man but the wrestling crowds are fun. Time because i i my very first ever w w show in the mid two thousands and i went to a smackdown taping for work like they sent me to check it out. I've talked about this before how he came back like we were looking at doing a project with. Wwe i'll go. Because i know something about it. I went to as fat down taping up in sheffield. I think it was. I went up. Sheffield where my brother lives. And we went together and it was like a really nice thing for the two of us to do together and shawn michaels was on the card. He was there and that was huge to. Because obviously we come back and we were like. Oh my god. John my calls and my brother got to live a lifetime ambition of use group brett short run into the crowd and he ran right to where we were and everyone started chanting. Use group bretton. Obviously he just didn't caq. He's like this was sometime ago. People let it go. But he hadn't been in england for a while like we will hold a garage and then just another london. Show that i went to ryan and punk tag teaming. And all of the men in the crowd started chanting. Get your tits out for the lads at them because they are both wrestling and t shirts and they wouldn't take their t shirts off and they did a brief strip-tease where they did take the t. shirts off and did in fact get that it's out for the let's which was kind of a spectacular moment also magical let's wrap up this segment with a few memories from the nation of conversation we asked you for some of your favorite live event memories and here are some of our favorites. I better be funny on twitter. Said there i live. Indie show led them to meeting. And being housed with eric. Barnes and j dobbs rosa who guided them through the characters at the show which is very cool. It's always great to connect and have members the conversation meet one another and and learn more about wrestling from another. We all learn from one another. That's the best part at andy line. Ninety two said they were there for two major wrestlemainia moments kofi mania which is really cool and the return of the hardee's but remember how excited we were for the hardest to come comeback. It was a pop like no other lay. It was the anti undertake silence. I was at both of those mania as and when the undertaker's loss just sucked every ounce of energy out of the room The haughty returned may have lake bust. The texas electric grid. I don't know it was fucking nuts. It was fully in florida. Not texas florida the same. They're the same sorry florida and texas. I'm on facebook. Jim said. I really miss being in small crowds. We went to a lotta mid mid-2000s thousands of ring of honor shows where the wrestlers really reacted to the people or even just a person. I'll never forget my brother yelling. I can't believe it's not regal at bryan danielson to make fun of his burgundy ring gear and hearing brian. The back regal can't lace my boots. Great yeah we got a little bit of that with when there were no crowds or in the thunderdome. You can hear more the wrestlers speaking to one another you. Don't get him interacting with the crowd but those little moments are. That's a treasure. That's that's bryan danielson. Creating a for fan. That's what wrestling's all about. Harry said in december twenty fifteen. I went to take over london. My dad had died a couple months earlier. And i was in a pretty bad place mentally being there with my best friend in this huge sea of people who were all there out of shared love for something was magical and that is with wrestling is all about also community awesome. Thank you for sharing that harry. There were so many responses we got for this topic that we don't have time to get to all of them but you can see all of them at our social media accounts via the links in our show notes when we come back. We've got three things from the world of wrestling that you should know about. 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"lublin" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
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"lublin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"All right. Welcome back. It is the Vegas take sharpened drill. See, that's some real techno right there. That's the band prodigy. They actually sang at their concerts. They actually play musical instruments, not this Millennium Idiot. Maybe it's jealousy because I know this guy's making more money in one, Sheldon, I'll probably make in a lifetime. But you know hey to each his own If you want someone looking like vanilla ice up there with his hat backwards, pumping his fist for six hours. And pay $300 for it and do your drugs and dance and do all that stuff. Hey, that's your thing, man. I just wouldn't be caught at that thing at that concert. That's just my opinion. Anyway. Welcome back to the show. By the way we have Bill Cosby Accuser. Lisa Lublin, Uh, she'll be joining us at the top of the hour here. Uh, she says she was 23 years old. At the time. Bill Cosby raped her just a horrible, horrible situation for her and so many others. But I got to ask her. She's going to be coming in studio top of the hour. What went through her mind when she saw Bill Cosby released a free man. I can't even imagine how she felt. I'm angry, so she'll be coming up here in just a little bit. You want to talk about a tragic story? Talk about fireworks, and that's funny. My friend Gil Who works for Visa Network. Great guy does a great show by the way, and he sent me a message. Um In regards Two. That fireworks show on the strip and he disagrees with me. He said He loved the firework show so to each his own. I didn't think it was a great fireworks display. That's just my personal opinion. That's all. I thought the aviators fireworks display was better. That's just me. But it's one thing to enjoy a nice fireworks display with the family kids. But boy, this is a really tough story, and I've got to be honest, I didn't hear about it until last night. I'm watching the Stanley Cup finals last night and Montreal by the way, All Canada. They extended the series. They beat Tampa Bay yesterday. They're still down three games to one. They're going to lose the series. Game five goes to Tampa Bay, and I think it's done then. At the beginning of the game. There was a moment of silence and I said, Well, what are they doing? Um, I was playing poker at the time and I look up the TVs. I'm like, What the hell's going on? And I hear about this blue jackets goaltender who? I have heard it before. Pretty good young talent. Good goaltender, man. If you're 24 years old, and you're and you're and you're a netminder in the NHL, you did something right in your life. You've got some ability, that's for sure. Uh, Mattis. Ivanka's, um Died. Of chest trauma from an errant fireworks blast. And what authorities are describing as a tragic accident. Michigan home on the fourth of July. This is just absolutely terrible, 24 years old. He's a kid his entire life ahead of him as a professional goaltender in the NHL. They say the firework tilted slightly and started to fire toward people nearby. On Sunday night, The 24 year old was in a hot tub. And tried to get clear with several other people. They said that he died of an apparent head injury during a fall. But an autopsy clarified the cause of death. Uh Gosh, this is just awful. Police say he believed to have slipped and hit his head on concrete while running from a malfunctioning firework. So not only is he unlucky enough to get hit with a firework, but then He trips Which It's just unbelievable, unbelievably awful. So it's just, uh It's just terrible. I'm sorry. What audio? Do you have Our producers? Uh Okay. This story If if it's about this story will hear it. So this is I guess this is an ABC story, um, on this horrible, tragic Situation. That went down at all with great stopped by athletics 24 year old netminder Matisse Cave. Lennox had a bright NHL career ahead with a handful of starts for the Columbus Blue Jackets. His life was cut short Sunday in Nova. It started as a promising weekend. Forgive.
"lublin" Discussed on WTVN
"Hours. Wind up three deep behind barricades back back behind the gate Just to catch a glimpse. Step back, Get out of the way! And then the faces of this story finally emerge. I love you. I love the house, but they're not flanked by publicists, Laura. Do you have anything to say this Lublin Instead? Police and lawyers are at their sides. Are you sorry? Just not because Felicity Huffman and Lori Laughlin are both at the center of the biggest scandal in academic history. Did you send your daughter You have any regrets? This is a big story today. Operation Varsity blues more on that fallout from the college admissions scandal rocking Hollywood this morning. Although Hoffman and Lachlan are the most well known there are only two of the many people charged with scamming the system to get their kids into elite colleges. Hi guys. It's Olivia Jade. I don't really care about school as you guys don't know. They were led by Rick Singer Akon man posing as an admissions counselor and his vast network of co conspirators who exploited his clients sense of entitlement hubris. An obsession with status. It's the home run of home runs Had it works every time news, traffic, WEATHER sports and the mark Blazer show on 6 10 W. T V. N thank you very much for listening. Joshi's off. On vacation. Emily is producing. Thank you, Emily. Oh, man, This is a dream.
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"Second. This doesn't match up with the truth. This is not what I was talking in college. This is not what I was part and all. As we then came out with a statement maintaining his innocence, thanking fans, supporters and friends, the 83 year old now back at home flashing of peace sign to the cameras. What we saw today was just The legendary comedian previously found guilty and sentenced to prison in 2000 and 18, accused of drugging and sexually assaulting Temple University employee Andrea Constand. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, reversing that decision Wednesday because of an agreement his legal team had struck with a former prosecutor that he would not be charged if he agreed to testify in a 2000 and five civil suit brought by Constand. The court says Cosby will not be retried on the same charges. And that decision is, of course, sparking reaction on both sides. Felicia Rashad, who portrayed his television wife, Claire Huxtable, celebrating the news, writing on Instagram, finally, a terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice is being corrected. While Cosby always maintained his innocence, he was dogged by accusations of drugging and sexually assaulting dozens of women, which he has also denied now for many of Cosby's accusers, anger and frustration Constand, releasing a statement calling the decision disappointing and saying it may discourage those who seek justice for sexual assault in the criminal justice system. That sentiment is shared by Lisa lot. Lublin, who testified against Cosby, accusing him of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 1989. Cannot take back. His lifestyle that he had previously of being this America's dad that is gone forever legal analysts that we spoke to put it like this, She said that sometimes legal law and moral law don't always coincide. The Cosby District attorney released a statement saying that Cosby is free on a procedural issue that is irrelevant. The facts of the crime common each time 6 50, now the propel insurance.
"lublin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"28 Specialized search and rescue teams from around the country headed down to Surfside, Florida today at the direction of FEMA. This group consists of 70 members equipped with vehicles, both search dogs and years of expertise, digging through and finding victims in piles of debris. This is exactly what they do. Some of these members were even around for 9, 11 correspondent Derek Waller and Andrea Constand and other women who were Accused Bill Cosby of Sex assault or furious today that has been released from prison. Cosby's conviction was seen as a big win for the me too movement and personal vindication for more than 50 women who accused him of drugging and assaulting them this morning, constant calling Cosby's released disappointing, adding that the court decision may discourage those who seek justice for sexual assault in the criminal justice system. And leaves a lot. Lublin, who accused Cosby of drugging and assaulting her in, 1989 says he got off on a technicality. Correspondent Mona Cozaar Abdi News is brought to you by National Realty learned the insider method of obtaining 18 to 21% targeted returns on Prime building locations coming up on three. A check of traffic and transit. Here's Cindy Wait. Good morning. 70 eighties found Accident investigation by exit 29 in Bedminster, the right lane is out two tractor trailers and rolled over banner involved in that one. It's been going on since early this morning. Delays starting right around exit 24 to 80. He's found off ramp to the parkway Exit 12 unece orange with a crash belt Parkway. Eastbound Farmers Boulevard has an accident. One lane is out. L i e lower level westbound at the BQE Tractor trailer versus a car has one laying down up to a 20 minute ride in across the board at your Hudson River crossings and outbound gwb Lower level accident mid span was cleared..
"lublin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Upon decisions that you made. I'm gonna send you to serve six years in the penitentiary based on sentencing guidelines more could have spent anywhere from 5 to 10 years behind bars or even gotten probation. Prosecutor Sherry Warn. All told reporters. I do think that this is a good outcome. I think it's definitely difficult to say, um that justice was done when a three month old has died. Moore's attorney said she was unsure if she would file for shot probation. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio 8 40. W H. A. Yes, more Accusers are speaking out. Furious. The Bill Cosby is out of prison. The 83 year old already home this morning that after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his sexual assault conviction. Ruling. An agreement with the previous prosecutor prevented him from being charged in the case. Cosby has never apologized to his chief accuser. Andrea Constand, a BCS Mona Coaster Abdi with the latest, Cosby's conviction was seen as a big win for the Me too movement and personal vindication for more than 50 women who accused him of drugging and assaulting them this morning, constant calling Cosby's released quote disappointing Adding that the court decision may discourage those who seek justice for sexual assault in the criminal justice system and leaves a lot. Lublin, who accused Cosby of drugging and assaulting her in, 1989 says he got off on a technicality. And we'll end in Oldham County, where the Health Department's issuing a warning about a bad testing positive for Rabies. In LaGrange. It's the first time a bad has been confirmed for Rabies and Oldham County in nearly a decade. The health Department says. It's doing everything it can to protect people in peds. Should you encounter a bat just flee the area? Your next news update comes at seven. I'm Will Clark news radio. A 40 w H A s Forgive.
"lublin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Philadelphia area, the biggest century 21 firm in Pennsylvania. Bill is not only a real estate pro. He's a real estate technology pro who created the E pro course one of the most tech forward designations ever. At the National Association of Real Tours, Bill. Welcome back to real estate today that you're Stephen has been so long since we spoke, Uh We'll build a question about selling in today's market, You know, always here is that sellers are holding all the cards. They're calling all the shots and any buyer. Has to pretty much give the seller everything they want, If they're going to get that house Now, a question about that. First. Is that characterization? Accurate or not? Well, no characterizations ever really accurate. I mean, otherwise it wouldn't be a characterization. It would be more factual. What we call out a seller's market is typically an inventory short market. So even as a seller The advice I would give them is D B A D Don't be a dope. You know you can push the envelope in terms of pricing. But I'm I'm looking at a social media post from a A real estate group that I belong to online and there's an agent. It has a photo of her property and the price and and information on it and says, Does anybody know why this hasn't sold and the home was priced $100,000? Over homes in the area. I don't care how much of a seller's market it is. People are not going to over pay to that degree. They're going to wait for somebody else to come on the market. Now I'm not saying it's the last home that sold was three and a quarter. That you might not be able to ask 3 33 43 50 if you have More in the home. If you have features, the other one did not. Even if you're four or 5% more. And there's a very large demand and a great deal of interest. But don't be a joke. Don't push it until it's just incredibly unreasonable. Don't think your buyer is Way dumber than you are so even in a market like this, a solid seller's market. The fundamentals still apply. You need to price it right? And make sure that it's in good condition. So Bill If you were selling your own home. What strategy would you use to get the best possible price in the shortest amount of time? I would Address minor items that made it cosmetically attractive. Would remove clutter. I would hire a good realtor. I would have professional photos taken. Would make sure that the property was in the MLS. And made available to the largest potential pool of purchasers available and I would I would price aggressively, but I would still Clean and polish everything up. Remember the first time you're home has shown is online. So I'd want to make sure they had good professional photos that the home looks good from the outside the launch, cut the bushes or trim so that you get the largest number of enquiries. Because it's really like anything else, the larger the pool of buyers that may have interest in your home. The greater your chances are of getting a good price and good terms. In a time frame that works for you. Those are just basics that don't change whether to buyers Market or a seller's market. And so, bill, If you put in the extra work and make your place look absolutely as beautiful as it can look It sounds like that gives you a little more leeway in pushing the price up. Then if you did no work at all. Oh, absolutely. There is no question of that. You get the benefit of creating competition for people. The place looks good when the photos are being taken. Again. You're you're trying to get the other people excited, and if they know they're competing with other people. Then that's going to work to your advantage as well. Well, Bill, I've got to tell you I really appreciate your knowledge, your experience your perspective. And your approaches to buying and selling real estate yourself in such a crazy market. Thank you for sharing all of that with us today. Thank you so much for having me Stephen. It's always a pleasure. You are so welcome. Bill Lublin Real Tour and CEO of Century 21 Advantage gold in the Philadelphia area. The biggest century 21 firm in Pennsylvania, coming up on real estate today, making buyers want to write an offer on the spot as soon as they walk into your home, so staters will give a pick list to be able to say, fix these things. Let's paint this wall a neutral colour, and then they evaluate for space color scale and what needs to be brought into the actual home. That's straight ahead on our special show secrets of the probe. If you have.
"lublin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"I'm you know. I'm doing a ton of virtual events virtual conferences virtual trainings. I really don't wanna go back to that old world. this is more convenient. Truth is the cost of the program was turns out to be about twenty percent of what i was paying right. The other eighty percent was airlines rental cars food on the road that i didn't even want to eat hotels. I go to bed my own bag. I think there are a lot of positives that that would never have happened. And you know it just depends. You can look at this. Pandemic is the worst thing that ever happened on the earth or you can just say it is because it is now. Now how do i. How do i profit from an prophet not just in money but profit is a human being. How do i thrive at higher levels while going through through a pandemic. So i love. That will help out. If i may about more meditation. Time that i've got my life. I have to meditation. Because i used to go to orange theory now doing hip hop you know on with videos you know. I feel like oh. They're still alive. It's the video it's moving. They must be live. You know do all do all these banned exercises you know online and all that so i just want to mention You've got so many books but the prophet of kindness. What a mentioned that. We're going to have a link to that on the show notes at conscious millionaire. Show dot com with a book that you'd recommend for entrepreneurs i think he i know this sounds funny. But abraham lincoln i read. What re would some of these people like benjamin. Franklin these are people that saw things visionaries way beyond way before any of us could have imagined and they were their lives. Were so important. So honestly i get inspiration reading those kinds of things and i want to mention again publicity masterclass. You can get it absolutely free. Here's the link will also have it on the show notes and it's jill lube glenn dot.
"lublin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"That be. I think the big thing is get educated. Don't wait. I started my business before i had financial education. It really wasn't until i hit my probably forties even that i started getting connected to financial education which i find amazing. Really you know In terms of when you at that time frame so get educated early. I before you go into business while you and your i. You know i quarters really get educated the and get financially literate as much as possible and then bring. Here's the other thing. Bring team and mentors around you. Who know what they're talking about also in that arena at least help you like a bookkeeper could be as simple as that well today. We're gonna talk about getting your marketing message. Strong which is very related to financial success. Because if you don't have a strong marketing message. You're going to have difficulty selling and i want to talk about your publicity masterclass. It's absolutely free so we're going to give you a link to that as well while you're here with us we'll give it to you after the break so stay tune but let's talk about marketing messages. And how do you make them strong So the first thing you've got to do is take a look at. What's the problem that you solve in the marketplace. Really like what is that. And it's not just about what you do and this is the mistake i think. Jv that so many business owners make entrepreneurs make is they're all about i call it. Beat the chess publicity right. It's not about what you do. It's how what you do solve problems in the marketplace. So start shifting. You're thinking that will make a big difference. That's a big number one And i think that's a real key to strong marketing messages. So what what. They get mad. Because i want to add something because it seems like there's two sides to the coin that we're talking about one side is well. What's that problem. That's what we're hitting on..
What We've Learned From The Data On Crisis Counseling Via Text Message
"Teens send tons of text messages to their friends to their parents and if they need to to a crisis counselor since launching in twenty thirteen crisis text line has process one hundred and twenty nine million text messages most of them from teens founder and CEO Nancy Lublin was running another nonprofit that uses text messages to engage teens and community service when they got this distressing text a cry for within about two weeks of getting that message I just thought we clearly there needs to be a hot
Amid Tourism Push, Concern Grows Over Indonesia's Komodo Dragons
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from American pest as the leading provider of safe sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you take back your home or business. From menacing pests. Visit them today at American pest dot net Indonesia has some of Southeast Asia's most beautiful and largely undiscovered tourist destinations. But the government wants to boost tourism by twenty percent this year. It's plan is to create ten new volleys while not everyone is on board with that. As Michael Sullivan reports about an hour, east of Bali by plane is one of the destinations the Indonesian government is pushing art. Komo to fork Lublin major level. Inbound Joe is the gateway to Komodo national park cluster of islands about an hour away by boat. The park system between the Pacific Ocean to the north and the Indian Ocean the south and the largest island is the one that gives the park its name. And yes, there be dragons Komodo dragons, they act got any force on any kind of meat and the only place to see them in the wild in the world is here on a handful of islands in the park, the world's largest living lizards can grow up to ten feet long and weigh more than one hundred and fifty pounds and says park ranger a goose who like many Indonesians goes by just one name. They have a healthy appetite monkey to you. Why what the buffaloes anything even their own kind the young when the Komodo the ones lounging around the ranger station on Komodo island with like slightly bored refugees from Jurassic Park. Let's don't be fooled. There's another ranger run lead. They can move incredibly fast and their mouths sees says are swimming with nasty bacteria and venom when wide enough because they have a bacteria in their saliva. Saliva. It's around sixty thousand three years and also they have abortion. So that's tough will take the prey down. So they basically bite their prey, and then they just followed them until they die. Yeah. Including humans, though Romney says the Rangers aren't supposed to talk about that don't want to scare off the tourists. He says, but all the Rangers carry a long fort. Stick to fend off dodgy dragons just in case. But it's not just the dragons that are drawing increasing numbers of visitors to Komodo. More and more divers and snorkellers are coming to Komodo national park as well on live aboard boats or on day trips from level and Bagio and elsewhere, I expected it to be amazing. I don't think I expected it to be this amazing divers like Allison place who came all the way from New Jersey. It's unlike anything I've ever seen before there's more efficient corals than I've ever seen in my entire life and the Manta rays are breathtaking their stunning her husband Joshua's, gonna botchy says it's hands down the best diving he's ever done white tip reef sharks blue spot at stingrays marble, raise you see in black tip sharks. Huge cuttlefish jellyfish. We've seen all kinds of rask's giant sweet lips all types of Puffer. Fish does an amazing biodiversity underwater and above water. But that biodiversity could be under threat activists say by the number of tourist. Now coming by the ship load. Including cruise ships bringing anywhere from five hundred to twelve hundred visitors per boat to Komodo island. Let's too many says ranger Romley if cushite bring minded people like that don't see one Komodo they will see nothing because Greg getting stress dire. Afraid of people went out to many these central government's plan for half a million visitors to the area this year. He says way too many back in Lublin Bagio, the head of the provincial tourism office today. See premadonna, Russ Mon agrees said be get any book. I don't think it's a good idea at all. She says we need to figure out what the real carrying capacity of the park should beat both in terms of people coming to see the dragons and the diver she says, so we can protect the ecosystem it eleven baiju. Yeah. Dan sound bay Bali valued. And we don't want to be another Bali. She says Komodo is unique. It's not like any other tourist destination in Indonesia or the world. And she says we need to preserve for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan Labuan- budget.
David, Officer and California discussed on Gary Sullivan
"Maybe and and so that's only adding to the confusion that those parents are enduring but we did learn over the weekend that health and human services has assembled a task force to continue the work of trying to reunite a thousands of children with their parents the government says it knows the location of all of the eighteen hundred children's still separated from their families to san diego police officers were hurt in the suspect dead police chief david misled says those officers were responding to a disturbance at an apartment complex and after they smelled smoke opened a door where the suspect was waiting behind it you start shooting officer of our officers did return fire at this time is unknown if it was from our from us returning far this was something so quickly oh is officers hospitalized in stable condition in northern california the ponti wildfires now burning more than fifteen hundred acres there's zero containment in lake county and cal fire battalion chief jonathan cox says this rate of spread is really being fueled by strike conditions at the wind and the relative humidity is that we're seeing today authorities say seven hundred buildings under mandatory evacuation another surgery today for south carolina republican congressional candidate katie arrington who was hurt in a deadly car crash friday you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time eight oh two police have arrested a suspected hit and run driver after a bicyclist was hit and killed in central denver police say it happened at spear and logan in the early morning hours saturday the cyclist was pronounced dead at the scene a police spokesman says investigators were looking into whether alcohol was involved police caught up with an arrested a driver near cherry creek drive in holly firefighters worked overnight to put out a fire at the historic mary's lake lodging estes park the valley fire protection district responded to the first alarm around eight o'clock last night and quickly realized they need more help we went to a third alarm base green tales calling lublin allen.