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"Or taurine. Who submitted documents to the Los Angeles County Court on Jamie's behalf on the Dad's behalf, wrote If the public knew all of the facts of business, Speer's personal life not only her highs, but also her lows, all of the addiction and mental health issues that she has struggled with and all of the challenges of the conservatorship. They would praise Mr Spears or the job he has done, not vilify him. But the public does not know all of the facts and they have no right to know the facts. So there will be no public redemption for Mr Spears, so so probably doesn't know that Britney Spears is a drug addict and and crazy, But you guys don't know that. But if they knew it But if you knew it, but you don't know it because I didn't say anything about it. If it was a guy and not Brittany. If it was a guy, this would not even be a news story. Probably not. Uh, this is odd. Hugh. Jackman? Yes, Huge Ackman. Has posted a very sweet picture. Embracing his mother. He's there He is, and he's got his arm around her. We have the picture or not, but it's a It's a nice picture. Uh, They've had a bad pass Had they didn't know He had a tough start in life when his mother Grace MacNeil, left, him just left him in Australia to return to the United Kingdom and then And then she divorced use Father Christopher, but it looks like he's choosing the path of forgiveness. Uh, this is so he hasn't even spoken to her for years. But he's 52. Now I don't know how old she is. But he said, I I I have forgiven my mother for anything. And and I And I love my mother. You know Hugh Jackman every time there's a story about him, you go. Oh, he's a great guy. Does he never do anything that I mean? He's just that's that's That's kind of why I'm hesitant to have heroes anymore, You know? Yeah, because because something's gonna something's gonna happen. It's like Dolly Parton. Everybody because Dolly Parton's my Here and I'm like, Yeah, I know all the evidence says that, But why do I have a feeling During an appearance on CNN. President Biden's chief medical advisor. Anthony Fauci. Offered an apology. He said. I meant to say that the goal was would actually be within reach. Sooner than The spring of 2022 instead of the fall of next year. As he said earlier in the day, but people are look, I'm sorry, he said Anderson using with Anderson Cooper, I have Listen to the tape and what I meant to say the spring of 2022 so I did misspeak. And in conversation with Mary Louise Kelly, she was saying, When do I think we can get some control of the pandemic? And I said, if we can get through this winter and get really overwhelming majority of 90 million people have not been vaccinated. Vaccinated. I hope we could start To get some control in the spring of 2022. So this coming spring? Mm. I didn't mean the fall this fall. I misspoke. I'm sorry. Uh so It. It's a serious situation, no matter how you look at it. And and it didn't have to be this long. Yeah, it could be ending much sooner. I was looking at this. If I can find this story. Here it is. Uh, this this is not So Israel, the country of Israel. Ultra vax. I mean, a huge percentage of the population. Has been vaccinated. And They've still had a massive surge of Covid 19 infections. In June, there were several days with zero new covid infections in Israel. The country launched the national vaccination campaign in December last year. It has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world. 80% Of the citizens above the age of 12 are fully inoculated a covid most Israelis thought had been defeated. Nope. Restrictions were lifted. Israelis went back to, you know, partying and Going out to restaurants and Uh, praying, mask free and venues And guess what. There it is. The Covid 19. Viruses is again raging through Highly vaccinated. So you're saying I shouldn't get the vaccine? I am saying that It seems pretty Grim no matter what this pandemic is here, and it's not going anywhere. And it will find it finds a way now the vaccine will keep will increase your chances of being healthy. It'll it'll link you know. It increases your safety. But even that seems to be no guarantee these but everybody keeps pointing is to Israel. Aren't there other examples of this or is it just Israel? I think there are others, um, because, you know And that's how the science works as we need numbers. Yeah. It's there, it says here in this story where this come from, I think the times the complex and sobering truth is that no single policy or event brought Israel into that crisis. Ah! But It took a bunch of things they stopped. Being vigilant was the problem. So we got the vaccine, and that's the That's the thing. They stopped Being vigilant. You need to do the vaccines do the mask. Socialists continue to be vigilant until it goes away? I mean, I guess that's really the message that I and we did the same thing. We did the exact same thing. Hell this this spring. We were like, Let's all get together. Let's all hang out and we weren't vigilant and it came back. 40 year old Utah me in on Saturday. Was asked by his parents to move out of the house. Okay, It's 40 years old. He's living with Mom and dad, he said. Well, that's it. We've had it. We need you to move out. And his response was to set fire to the basement. That'll show him. Yeah, according to responding, officer, All right, You can stay. Uh, yeah, at all, If you're you know, what's he thinking? Well, The officers were on the scene when, uh one Saucedo stated he wanted to kill himself that he was going to pour gasoline everywhere and like the place on fire officers tried multiple times to get warm to open the door so they could get him some help. He refused to open the door. And, uh, as a matter of fact, he then Let the basement on fire Now It was put out pretty quickly. Mr Saucedo took off on foot. About the cops got a man and he's obviously got, you know. He needs help. He needs help and that hopefully I do not understand some people's motivations. So I don't know what people are going to do. I think going to be in mourning. You know the Disney store over at the, uh, City Creek. They're closing. What? Yeah, I don't know. I don't know what people are going to do. What are they going to do? That seems odd. From what I know. About where we live. Utahns Love Disney and People love to go shopping at that shopping center. Well, there were a lot of people who are very excited when the Disney store opened at the Crossroads Mall. You remember that? And then it closed. Well, that was the mall. Yeah. Well, I think the Disney store left before the mall closes, man they but they sensed they send something now. They're apparently, uh you were still And you will be able to get your Disney merchandise and I know don't so don't panic yet, although maybe people are getting they're going to go over to the, uh, City Creek right now, because and get their Disney emergence stampede. Yeah, but, uh, Disney is shifting its retail focused a smaller Shops inside target stores. Really? Yeah. So they won't have as much merchandise. Uh and they will be, but they're moving out of malls all over the country, and that's where you'll be able to. But can you buy most of this stuff online? Yeah, Most of I mean, I mean, on a lot of their exclusives are exclusively online, and that's what a lot of collectors are into. You know, the Arizona election recount audit? Yeah. Uh, it was supposed to have been release calling it an audit is being very generous. Yeah, that's what they're called. That's what they call it, but it's just a big Cluster. Uh, so they had They were going to release the results on Monday. That's right, but no Cyber Ninja. That's who's doing it. Their executive chief officer Doug Logan, Has covid. So, uh, and several other members of the team are are quite sick. And so they've had to delay. What they presumably already know. But they can't tell us because they have covid. Well, that doesn't make any sense. Yeah, they, uh, they've cost the folks of Arizona millions of dollars to 0.1. Oh, no. That's the number of votes work that work. Yeah. Millions.
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"macneil" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"They were allowed to have and the police did not like it. They did not like it and so the oakland police department went to. Don mulford assemblyman a california assemblyman and said we need your help. We need to make what the black panthers are doing illegal. Because currently it's legal. We stop them but they got the right kinds of weapons. We can't arrest them for what they're doing. We need to be able to make their work illegal. And so what mulford did with the help of the nra was to write the mulford act which banned open carry which was a gun control act and there was a gun control act targeted at the black panthers so for said now there's no racial targeting in this at all this is about the clan as well but it wasn't the the letters make it really clear that the genesis for this the catalyst for it was the. How do we curtail the black panthers. How do we make them. Ill legal fascinating moving for twenty years. I wanted to go to former supreme court chief justice warren burger nineteen ninety-one appearing on the macneil. Lehrer news hour the the bill of rights. Now there wouldn't be any such thing as in the second amendment which says a well regulated militia being necessary for the defense of the state that people's rights to bear arms. This has been the subject to one of the greatest pieces of fraud. I repeat the word fraud on the american public by special interest groups. Still have ever seen in my lifetime. This has been the greatest fraud. We're going to have to end with this final commenting fewers professor anderson. Yes in and fraud has been that swabbing of the second amendment in the flag in patriotism in a sense of of that the militia were there to protect defend democracy when in fact the militia were they're designed to control black people and deny black people their rights. So in the second amendment. What we have in the bill of rights is the right to destroy black people's rights that is anathema. that is what has been committed. What most shocked you in your research. How consistent this anti blackness was and how it carries through to today with stand your ground loss how it carries through with the ways that black people are seen as threats as as monsters as dangerous simply because of their very being and that puts a crosshairs on them that that is Writing this book was hard because writing about the past and carrying it to the future in the midst of killing of george floyd ahmad arbery. Riana taylor was just in. The midst of the pandemic was just a lot. That's emory university. Professor caroline persson author of the new book the second rayson guns and a fatally unequal america. Her other books include one person. no vote have voter. Suppression is destroying our democracy and white rage the unspoken truth of our racial divide. And that does it for our show. Democracy now produce with rene felts. Mike burke teeny guys during shave. Maria tourists cena. Carla wills timing warren off during an dura sam all tamera maria studio john. Hamilton rub karen honey masud and contraire us our general manager. Is julie crosby our director. Becca staley special. Thanks to marry him. Barnard poll powell mike to filipo. Miguel aguirre hugh grant dennis moynahan. David prude and dennis mccormick goodman. Thanks so much for joining us..
"macneil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Time to rule the city. Listen, New York is the Yankees town Big brother is getting a little paranoid hits. 27 ring. Here we go. I love beating the Yankees. Get out of here. Where? The king of the Big Apple Cuba. Give us give us give us give us the subway series. Let's go, Max, Baby that's called Yankee. This is the battle for New York on Sunday night Baseball Sunday at seven Eastern on ESPN telecast presented by Taco Bell. This is Major League Baseball on ESPN radio ESPN. Back in the Bronx with the Mets have an 83 lead going to the ninth inning. Chris Singleton David Bryan would be the start of the subway series delayed by a day. That will include a doubleheader tomorrow in game 18 runs on 13 hits for the Mets and Jeff McGill lead things off here in the ninth inning. He will swing away in the first pitch and punch of foul of the year after the left for strike one. The guys who have really done the damage for the Mets today are the guys at the top. Brandon Nimmo, Francisco Lindor and Dominic Smith. They have combined to go eight for 13. Scoring six runs and driving in four. Yeah, they've been too big bats. The old one. It's high for a ball on MacNeil, who is one for two. And has drawn a walk today. The big little bats I mean, only one home run hitting this ball game, and that was off the bat of Aaron. Judge just shocker. You put up an eight spot here at Yankee Stadium swinging miss one and two. And it all without a home run for the Mets. Single after single 13 hits one double. The rest are singles, King will fire and swung on a base hit the other way. Nobody home on that left side. But one man, and that's Torrez. The shortstop was way over towards second base. So some fine hitting by McNeil, His second knock today, slapped it over there. You had a tennis racket in his hand and just Yeah. Or picky ball Pickleball racquetball racket That will be will be getting a pair of those. Yeah. Soon. Maybe you're the wife had heading down to play some pickle ball back tomorrow. Yeah, assuming we make the flight. Why not? As Peraza? He stings a line drive, but foul. It pulls it off third for Strike one. Why wouldn't you make the flight? About four hours ago. There was some concern, but we're sitting pretty right now. I think you're probably right. Mrs O'Brien big sigh of relief somewhere that her hubby is going to be home. The Lord fly together or maybe a some other sound and says, Well, it's too bad he's going to make it to the old one swing line foul down the left field line, he said a couple right on the button but foul Off the bat of Peraza, so 14 hits and yet another single for the Mets and King with the 02 pitch. Two, Peraza swung on popped up that will twist file back over the top of the Yankee dugout and a souvenir. Brandon Nimmo.
"macneil" Discussed on Underrated
"It is when they were making all the references like with. David schwimmer and like What's her name of jennifer aniston stuff. It's like okay so like make these references of friends actors. And courtney cox is a french actor so in the world of scream is there. A courtney cox out there you know like you guys ever think about that kind of stuff like what is. It's all the time. yeah bob. Schreck bag is actually kind of meta as well. Because because ben affleck please like i think even the new one in jamestown bob reboot. There's a love angle. Jane side bob strike-back. He plays the replace. Three people like two people at lease. He plays himself ben affleck and then he plays. Yeah i can't remember his name From chasing amy. Holding holding macneil macneil. Yeah so he plays like to and then in the whole skewers. He plays A low low key no. He's lucky he's the other one he's damon so like that. Was that so with that. Like i'm just like okay. You know like in last year. They actually do something with that. I think is pretty clever. Is 'cause he's like the kids. Like who goes into the movies. Arnold schwarzenegger's like no i'm just detective with i'm not on. There's no unabsorbed negga. And look. I can prove it. Let's go video store. And i'll show you like the terminator they go to the video store and they go and the terminator silvester stallone. As the terminator. So i like that so such a fucking good joke. You know like so our like win. Ocean's eleven. Oh just like you know julie roberts rapper shoe throw and i'm just like oh is there is there. Does that mean. There's it's like you know. Simon or whatever. His name is looks like matt. Damon does danny ocean. Look like george clooney. You know so i always think about that kind of shit. We just love the way. They had a little last action hero. Guys i'm really led to hear you. Guys doug him. I guess on the topic of screaming. It's coming back How do you. How do you guys feel about that. Like i know that you were just saying like. That's you said scream for felt. It's like too far past. Its time do you think now with it coming back. It'll kind of feel a lot more of a nostalgic kind of factor to it or do you think like it'll kind of be a little bit more of like a little too late also in i personally. I was excited. When screened for was announced that i saw i love screen for and relate what they did without one with screen five. Though because that's the kind of the be about cinema is that there's always new ideas coming even though you our like rehashing and remaking a lotta shit but there's always kind of those movies i like kinda like break the mold and they they come out kind. Could like now in the two thousand. Ten's we've had pretty good plethora of movies especially like a twenty hard foams. So i can totally see them doing like midsummer hereditary. It comes whatever all those movies. I think that might be a good thing for scream as well because they can at least always kind of wait a little bit and be like all right now we can do. A new thing is what the first one had. The i had the benefit of like. Okay we have eighty years.
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"Lumpy juice. Meat is so expensive. Prices actually started creeping up in the mid sixties, when the federal government was spending heavily on both the Vietnam War and the Great Society. Nixon froze prices in the early seventies, but that just postpone the pain once controls were lifted. Prices bounced even higher by 1978. Jimmy Carter was calling inflation America's most pressing domestic problem. Fighting inflation will be a central preoccupation of mine during the months ahead. And I want to arouse our nation to join me in this effort. Despite the tough talk from Nixon, Ford and Carter prices kept climbing. Economist Blinder, who later served as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, says psychology was partly to blame. In the seventies, Americans came to believe that high inflation was here to stay. And that expectation became a kind of self fulfilling prophecy. If your business and you expect the inflation rate to be 5% you likely when it comes time to set the prices for the next year, go up 5%. On the other hand, if you think inflation is gonna be 1% from you more likely to go up 1%. Ultimately it took a crackdown by cigar chomping Fed Chairman Paul Volcker to break that cycle. Loker Slam the brakes on the economy by raising interest rates to 20%. He told the MacNeil Lehrer News Hour. Tough medicine was necessary to prove he was serious about getting inflation under control. There. Some point to stand was gonna break and the psychology is going to change. It was a painful correction with nearly four million jobs lost. But it worked by 1983 inflation had retreated to just over 3%, and it stayed low for the last four decades. Now, though, with pandemic supply shocks and prospects for red hot demand, fueled in part by government spending, some see echoes of the 19 seventies inflation last month hit 4.2%. But both the administration and the Federal Reserve think that's temporary and their banking in part on changed expectations. We've now had decades of stable prices, and Blinder says that should help to prevent another inflationary spiral. I think the generation that we're adults in that high inflation period will always remember it. But they're a lot of Americans that never lived with inflation at all. So naturally, they don't expect it. Both White House and the central bank are on the lookout for any alarming shift and expectations, but for now, they see a return of runaway inflation. Is about as likely as a comeback for move rings and bell bottom jeans. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington Scott County, Indiana, had what's been called rural America's worst HIV outbreak in 2015. Because his I V drug abuse, and the county fought it by accepting a needle exchange program now. With HIV cases dropping dramatically. Scott counties, commissioners were likely to close the exchange for member station. W F I u Mitch Ligon reports the small manufacturing county found itself in the national spotlight when I V drug use like the hundreds of new cases of HIV. Mike Pence was Indiana's governor, then and approved Scot counties. Needle exchange as an emergency measure, I will tell you that I do not support needle exchanges, anti drug policy But this is a public health emergency. Since then, Health Administrator Michele My turn has been trying to help residents get comfortable with the needle exchange. I think a lot of people forgot kind of what 2015 was like and what we went through as a community at the outbreaks Worst, the county saw 22 new HIV cases in a week. It had one in all of last year. Health officials Credit the needle exchange, But two of three county commissioners say it's leading toe overdoses and enables drug use. Neither would grant interviews to NPR. But here's Mike Jones at a recent meeting, one of the things that I really struggle with is that There's no accountability. I don't know where How do you get for somebody to say enough's enough? Those who work at the county's Needle exchange say it's been difficult when many see the exchange as a starter kit for drug users. Kelly Hahn's was struggling with addiction before the outbreak and now works as an HIV test her for the county. These are cottons, and that's used for injection you know, to filter through as they're trying to pull up a lot of people back in the back In my day, you cut off a cigarette filter and you put in there and pulled through the cigarette filter about 170 drug users use the needle exchange each month, Han says It may be their only access to testing healthcare and recovery services. I don't know what any resource is. We're in 2015. And if I walked in and said, I'm struggling, I'm inactive addiction. Somebody help me like I was scared of that judgment. There are over 300 needle exchanges operating across the country. Research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows they help reduce the spread of infectious diseases like HIV and can help people overcome substance abuse. Jericho Hall says that's exactly what the program did for her. It's not just about the needle exchange Is also about people treating you like a human name. Former U. S. Surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams attended that same meeting and praised God counties Needle Exchange as the gold standard at the inferential reprogrammed all over the nation have been the Canada and finality went over there and the way you're doing, you're here is the way it's supposed to be done, but the commissioners say there are treatments for HIV. Are frustrated. They don't seem or people in recovery, and it's aggravated for Ray first responder to mark and somebody and they walk out the ER. There's no there's no Nothing happens. Health officials have warned of what's happening in West Virginia, HIV cases are spiking their as elected officials crackdown on needle exchanges. In Scott County, Indiana. Mathurin says they can transition to a harm reduction program without needles, but she doubts it will be as effective. She expects rising HIV cases to follow suit. For NPR news. I'm Mitch Legan in Bloomington. Wait..
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"Please Class. I was taking them Belle history made on this day. When Bobby Darin single Splish Splash was released as the first eight track master recording pressed to a plastic 45 rpm disc. 1973 Secretariat won the Preakness in Baltimore later went on to win the Belmont Stakes. Triple Crown with jockey run TER Cut as the writer on this day in 2004 specialist Jeremy See Sivits. Receive the maximum penalty one year in prison for his part in the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison. He also received a dishonorable discharge from the United States Army. Birthdays Today is your birthday. Happy birthday to you. You share your birthday with Nguyen. Fat fan otherwise known as hokey men. Leader of North Vietnam. They named a trail after him. Malcolm Little otherwise known as Malcolm X Black nationalist civil rights activists born on this day in 1925, assassinated February 1965 at the age of 39. PBS journalist anchor of the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, co anchor of the MacNeil Lehrer News Hour. Jim Lehrer born this day 1934 died January of last year. Happy Birthday to Pete Townsend, Jeff What do you praying for? Feet Way Rock and Roll Hall of Famer 1990 Pete Townsend of the Who is 76 birthday for Dusty Hill. Wake up in the morning and ladies hurt your head. The first thing you do when you get up out of bitch. Is it that seas surrounding on China Beat the masses. Get yourself some cheap sunglasses. Dusty Hill, ZZ Top bass players 72. He'll ride with a birthday today. He's the guy delivering the backbeat Drummer A C D. C feel Run 67 last.
"macneil" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"We were going back and forth between the ever cool and on a rat. I swear, this thing was pretty big. Alright. Then he's asked What happened to the right. A raccoon. Probably one of the grounds crew guys came and grabbed it, Um I still got to go back and see your how if it was around raccoon, we'll probably have to do a bet and see who wins it. I had. Finally, why was theirs? Why was he so anger in? And why was Jeff MacNeil so angry? That was mad on the field because I didn't make the place And that's why he probably lived like Was angry on then, Jeff, obviously because I was going against him whether it was a robbery kun, Of course, he's gonna be mad. Yes, That's why Jeff McNeil was angry because I guess he was wrong about the raccoon or the right. Whatever one. He thought it was there clearly trolling the media, right? I mean, like, that's what this is there there. They had some sort of internal beef. Had some sort of internal beef. They squashed it or whatever. And they're like, all right, let's have fun with this situation. That's I guess what they're doing. They're going to get some backlash because people know it's Bs it and you know First of all. You don't confuse a raccoon. A rat. They don't. They're not really that similar boys in New York, right? Robin is a raccoon. A rodent. I guess it is. Right. Is it of the rodent family? I believe a raccoon is, in fact. Of the rodent family, but I even have to look that up. I just know I wouldn't confuse him, too. But they're clearly just messing with people. It's the Robin Lundberg ship. J. Foreigner here, CEO of rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase, and it's likely that trend is on Lee going to continue..
"macneil" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Loves betty. White spoke years morgan. Macneil hardy nineteen o six. La no she's like nineteen zero three. Yes she'll be a hundred season. Okay i can't be nineteen. Oh six help probably like nineteen eighteen twenty nine hundred twenty one around vissel. Slider this neither cut reviews going to be so fun later a saudi drunk it's alumni have already been doing drunk low forty three. Am kids this. This five o'clock reviews can be fun when black fire was released from his prison inside the cave resuming his ungodly crusade for good black fire then killed several the immigrants who he considered centers and he was never seen again until now and loath hellfire and half the sit through the story over and over and that made realize that made realized that this is all part of black buyers process must be using the washing. Must we realized told you must be using the same technique on the homeless people of gotham who easily into his game as they haven't the strength were preparation that deal with such torment with nothing to eat. But the strange porting. The accolades provide him shop to know what's in that putting on me. I know Quote unquote pudding. Somebody was something up in the kitchen. For short batman suspects to their most likely drugging him and he knows that his mind and body are weakening after all the time that has passed and he cannot do much about remember the events that led to his capture a few weeks earlier gotta go back in time it your kick once you become an able But yeah few weeks earlier. Batman learned from his boo. Commissioner gordon about a series of murders each of the victims. Colonels and this was part of the reason why the public assumed batman was somehow responsible. Because it's a day that ends in y so gotham traded journal batman knowing the truth batman became determined to clear his name but the mystery much more complicated when the homeless of gaza started disappearing in numbers. After a few days. There were almost no homeless people in costume. And even though the general public notice they didn't seem to care they just did with a limited the olympics. They just put them all on a bus to california nuptial. She's story yup. Despite these incidents the gruesome gruesome murders of criminals continued gotham. And you're welcome. Rob and eventually batman arrived at the crime scene and tom the follow the trail. The killers back to the sewers thought. Long after this batman was able to locate a crime in progress and he stopped a couple thugs from killing a man but his effort was not received gratefully as the man had saved. Shot him in the back and another thug soon joined him. Say this would have been the perfect time to have a batman. children's crossover. I didn't have to wait thirty years for that. I'm true saying we will crap. I know saying this when appropriate. He's captured in the sewers. They come to the rescue for batman realize that it was a it was all a trap and it was already too late as injury caused him to pass out leaving at the mercy of his attackers has stayed away now. I love the ham for weeks and they don't unmask him right weeks they did. They're all cannon fodder anyways true weeks of passes the incident and the gotham city police department of notice batmans absence robin meaning. Jason todd Often spends the nights at commissioner gordon's office trying to find a clue that would help them locate their missing friend only the realize little rats. Scalia alito realize. Something majors happening in gotham city down in the sewers. Deacon black fire decides. It's time the show batman. The light batman is introduced by the line. This thing speaking of batman is introduced. The sally a prostitute whose mutilated by her pimp and backfire tells batman that his cold has already dealt with the criminal in ways that batman and the police would never have black. Explains that treated as a normal criminal crook would still be out there. Free to repeat his crimes exactly and as we can state batman can barely disagree with backfire and he is then released from his shackles. Us taken to the final place where he will become part of the cult backfire uses a needle to inject a drug and batman system and batman starts hallucinating backfire and his followers than pink batman across the sewers until they re taste sacred place or batman finds the totem of the shaman. From the story but thanks to the drugs used by backfire. Batman imagine the totem the be much bigger than possible black. Fire then convinces batman. The totem has mystical powers and his drug state. Batman can't help but fall for backfires lies and deception with batman under control deacon backfire prepares to unleash his ultimate attack on gotham city. And from now on he will not only attack criminals but every man that stands in his way in his way to own enroll the entire city. You want dot. Gov is not that great to i guess you can't take over metropolis a star starter city. Take that then you can get a real you know practice for real city. The making their base their home base seriously. Nobody would come to star city. That's all i'm saying. Might miss this on the last page of this issue. There's a reference to jack kirby for some assist the. I guess they're fan. Jack kirby me out of this looking at the list of characters and stuff like all these villains and like all these police officer roy. Except for gordon and robin whatever. Cnn these characters can do even care even care grocery store clerk number two exactly even sally the prostitute. This is her only appearance. She doesn't even make it to the rest of the series everything. You need to know exactly. Are you ready for issue to book to children along chug my alcohol now exactly to capture all right. From september. nineteen eighty-eight batman confronts his old enemy to face who's trying to kill him inadvertently batman also pulls out a machine gun and kills to face. Tommy gun butts right plan. Some plain some taps worm feeling only contempt for the man and satisfaction with his actions.
"macneil" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"In capture. Turner d century. We have to make good name aplenty name. It just says everything you need to know and russell yes. I did like the bumpers. I'll be allow one on the next episode. We do but i figured this spider spiderwoman had to give his shekel shadow. Do the spider babies right. Take a drink. I think that might be the game. Oh my god people might die. If we're about say ticket drink anytime. We mentioned ray but people might get hurt. I don't wanna be responsible for outweighs bland jin alright so century turner d century is a man garbed in early one thousand nine hundred clothing. Who has been terrorizing san francisco using violent means in order to restore the apparent decency and traditions of the early nineteen hundred. You know make america great again. Any we've been doing that since the foundation of about that. But you know it's an old person is just like out these kids clothing their music back in my day. I mean you can literally trace that back to like greece on the walls. Eight degrees these kids today. How their pottery. And told i swear plotter togas their bread and circuses. They're funny way. The funny ways of making well traveling the san francisco just drew real bad. Don't speak traveling to san francisco jessica. Drew takes the sights of the city. She has her first encounter with turner d century when he attacks a bar Little is still cold out out. Changing in the spiderwoman cost him elegant little though probably weren't a spiderwoman costumer to the bar Just stop her attempt to capture the croke. When the bar's patrons aren't endangered by the fire set by turner playboy just out now barlow. Dale no shame no got you might not all these perverts ghetto. Barlow varnish okay. You got me there. He's not wrong That scotty calls. Jessica gives her a hard time for living turner. Get away causing her to angrily. Hang up on him. While out on another patrol san francisco spiderwoman watch turner d century as he is sending in adult theater ablaze. All right. i'm pushing it leslie. Use this guys though. He's got everything i love. I don't appreciate this patron Adult theater rodgers low over twenty four hours though todd. Rogers that's the marshall also. Say that's the that's the captain. America movie little wants to watch all day every day russell month the playhouse phrasing a so yes he sets the adult theme fire and then she attacks him once more. She is forced to stop when some children aren't dangerous. Injured when a fire escape clown inspired dad with his mustache his frigging record set out the and the pike come now that kind of Yes but there's some children in trouble on the fire. Escape breaks allowing century to escape once more. This leads to yet another angry phone. Call between jessica and scotty. Who believes that. She still could have caught century. Baby girl who was who who this career low hellfire you want me to be their mentor. Oh no we put an outbreak pennyworth method. You get a backhand oh get back in and you get back in. You're gonna put a vibrant hand through someone's chest get by After a flower here modell after turner burns down a section of chinatown raises. Hourigan races got maga- at to we were waiting Brussels says shameless plug. Spider woman's trainer will be a future episode of tom's. Oh my lord. York deep dive in russell gets transformed other But man you do some deep dives wrestler. Doing the lord's work all right. So after turner burns not yet burnt down to chinatown. Spiderwoman and scotty tracked down a lead. That takes spiderwoman. Th-they abandoned home. This wasn't crazy to the abandoned. Home of morgan macneil. Hardy oh when we get to the notes. Yeah we're gonna. We'll get the morgan macneil. Hardy entering the home. She finds a fast complex underneath it with a giant dinosaur. Choose penny though. I understood that reference may be rated ohio well by the end of april. He should that man Yes an underpass Complex around yes. Mingle the glider wings yes but A vast underground complex it fashioned after the early nineteen hundreds there spiderwoman and turner clash until they are interrupted by hardy himself. Spiderwoman learns that. Hardy created this world so that he could relive what he believed. Were better times as spiderwoman. Explains the heartache. Because what the entertainment industry is doing right. Now yep nostalgia. Galore spider explains the hardy. What century has been doing sentry ascent into a frenzy and attack her during the fight a fire breaks out forced to flee on around the house. Explodes behind spiderwoman seemingly killing hardy and century. You're not getting off that he's hellfire is not that i know aligning i know. Oh lord a russell. We need a song. None anonyna- sausage poor. Rae rae. rae.
"macneil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"So, Yeah, the actual casting off an actor and actress can convey an occult message and what they do. It's fascinating they're bringing with them. He's quote what I call cultural valances and investing this new movie, And it's really a former sorcery by doing that with Montecito it subconsciously conjuring the Exorcist in dune. It's fantastic. All right, Wayne in Tacoma, Washington west of the Rockies. Hi, Wayne. Go ahead. Good morning, sir. George and Robert. Hey, um, I was thinking about a gentleman and that's being very kind. Calling them a gentleman. Um, it's probably the equivalent him, Madam Robots, Qihoo. As his official offices in the United Nations building, and it's his job to introduce the ambassadors of the worlds of the unseen. Spiritual powers in the world. A. George knows who I'm talking about. You can probably pull a name out of the hat. I can't think of his name offhand. But he's one of the few people that George kind of cut short on one of his programs because There was a lot of negative super negative energy coming from this time. In fact, he used to, um, work for Lucas trust before he had these offices, and he's been in the United Nations building for close to 50 years. Before Lucas trust. It was called Lucifer Publishing Company. Was that Benjamin Crim? Yes, Benjamin. He's dead. Now, I think. Is he okay? Anyway? Uh, well, he's missed. He's earned his just reward. There's two books that ruling hit your audience. We get great benefit from the first one is hidden dangers of the rainbow by, uh, Lady lawyer out of Chicago called constants Come be, and she wrote all about these different organizations. And the second book is canny Christian DEA Mason, and that clarifies where Mason ring is and I'll just the that question about the crime up to the General Robert Yeah, I don't know. I have to go. I have to do some research. I'm not familiar with this person in any way, shape or form and I would have to look into it. I wouldn't even comment on it. I've never heard of this person. Benjamin Creme was a guest of line who apparently represented somebody called them My tria that some people believe might have been the anti Christ. Oh, yeah, That's news to me. I don't know this character. And when he was on, Robert People got sick listening to physically It was weird. So when I ended the interview early See those same people got even better myself included, by the way. Interesting. Yeah, I sounds like sounds like a very, you know, weird character. I don't know him. Let's go to Deborah in New Jersey, east of the Rockies. Hi, Deborah. Go ahead. Hi. George Hired rabbit probably questioning first, before you spoken up the number 88. You didn't finish your thought on that and be my questions. Movie Rosemary's baby. Now the character one of the characters is Roman and Work with Polanski. Think directed it. Is there any coincidence in that and any of the symbolism in that movie? Yes. Yes, there is, um the it's a good question. Rosemary's baby, the Roman Past of it. Character is his real name is Mark Otto. And he that is actually a reference to a movie in a book called The Devil Rides Out on Day. In that book, there is a black magician, an unnamed Mercado of all things. The book and the book was written by a man named Dennis Wheatley, who was in the espionage, same espionage circles as Ian Fleming. And Roald Dahl, who wrote Charlie Chocolate, and they're sure William the Chocolate Factory never was Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Yeah. Willy Wonka. The character of Mocha McAda in Rosemary's Baby is a direct reference to Mark Kata in the devil Rides out and the character in the Devil Rides out is an analog for Alastair Crowley. So you have Alastair Crowley tie in with the Rosemary's baby, the number 88. I'll try to get into this A deep study in the Exorcist. It Z. She's using it. Oil boy Gonna try. We're getting low on time. I'm gonna try to do this as fast as I can. In the Exorcist. It's a reference to Jesus Christ in in Greek drama Tria. Um, the number 888 is Jesus Christ. And she says to the doctors, there's Blankety blank doctors here in your hospital. There's 88 doctors here and and and none of them could help me. Um, And that's a reference to Jesus Christ. If you pay attention to that scene That is also esoteric imagery. The scene where Chris MacNeil in the Exorcist is sitting at the doctors that is a recreation of the last supper painting by the Vinci She is at the head of the table surrounded by the four groups of three and this is where they're telling her that a spiritually cure is needed for the daughter. So, of course, Freakin puts the last supper up there. Great imagery in the back to the future movie. The number 88 is done is important, but it's conveyed differently. Um You think this will be drummed into your head at nauseam over and over again in back to the future at the time machine activated 88 Miles an hour. If you take the number eight and turn it on its side, It's the number for infinity manipulation of time. But is there a deeper meaning? Yes, we're told that the clock tower and this is really drilled into your head. At the clock tower is going to get struck by lightning at 10 04 on on on the night of whatever it is November 5th or whatever. Pianoforte no foreplay. No Forge drilled into your head pen. 04 is in a court reference to not necessarily the time but the date of October 4th. Um 10 04 October 4th in the Gregorian solar calendar. There are on October 4th. There are exactly 88 days left to the year. This is why the time machine is activated, You know, at 10 04 with 88. It's a longer story. Um, but I talk about it much more in the first cinema book. So if you're interested in the Exorcist in back to the future Check out the first cinema book. What about the almond movies? Were they symbolic? Yes. Absolutely. I take on all three of the omen movies in the first movie book and cinema symbolism. You have the birth and rise of the anti Christ. These are movies, and this is another technique. Um, that movie makers play around with the weather. Um, in the Omen movies, especially in the second one, when the anti Christ is coming of age, If you pay attention to that it's never summer or spring when the sun is excellent is an exultation. Of course, The sun is a symbol for Jesus. The resurrected sun light life you're doing with neo platonic imagery in the second anti Christ movie of the Second Omen movie. If you pay attention to that it is perpetually flipping between winter and fall, which is the death of the sun when the sun is in decay in the third Omen movie this is when Jesus comes back and defeats the anti Christ. The date of the resurrection of the sun, or the second coming is at the vernal Equal Knox When the sun is resurrected from the Tomb of winter, believe it or not, the Third Omen movie was actually released. On the vernal equinox of 1981, which is again the resurrection of the sun. The Easter celebration. The return of Jesus. The death of darkness, the death of the anti Christ..
"macneil" Discussed on The Face Radio
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"macneil" Discussed on The Face Radio
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"macneil" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"The first time i saw t. l. d. r. Too long didn't read right. Yeah that's the problem. That's the problem. People are going through life with a bunch of t. l. d. are no no. It's not too long didn't read. It probably had some good information and you should have read it so take the time. Get out there dig into if you really passionate about a public policy issue be it health care or immigration or any of these things that gets people all riled up. Well you know what maybe actually dig in there and try to understand it from all angles. Yeah it's gonna require you to suspend some brain cells But you're going to be a more informed person and it's going to be able to better equip you to make a difference in your world. Yeah because i want to call baloney if you wanna punch smart if you really gave a rip about these things right why are you so uninformed on these topics and this is the social media education of everything so everybody want attention. You want followers. You do the stupid behaviors. Attention seeking Shock emotional appeals that are about kiddy pool deep on their deepest day And and then. Oh well that works and our newspapers kind of chase that for a while you know new york times and some other places have tried to come up with different income streams so they don't have to act like complete numskulls to pay their bills right. You know because. I don't know crossword puzzles. Don't pay for a news desk. And beirut you know so so you're looking for that if you care well let me back up to this. So the newspapers did it. The people on the news. Right and i you know. I don't care what your opinion of fox news is from content basis but the amount of money they spend on actual news get smaller and smaller and smaller and they have an every new station. This is why i say much news. If you can avoid it they have the we call them the talking heads and how talking heads get rating rated well acting like the dummies on facebook. Did stop this. This is the emotional plea the shallow arguments this is not was meet. The press was that was a pretty serious conversation with somebody where you could deep dive into policy. You know that that's not what news media's about even meet the press. I think some people would argue as degenerated in in recent years. And that's a point for for discussion. I suppose but yeah. Go watch the news in the eighties. Yeah i you know you talking about this. Chris reminds me of sitting around with my grandfather. When we'd go visit him in michigan. And i mean basically from five thirty to seven ish like you. Don't you don't bother grandpa ought to be. What is your name. But it's news time. And so what he would do. Is he got hewitt keep. I hated commercials and so he would flip from channel to channel. He'd watched the major networks. So you know the nbc abc cbs. He caught flip around between those and then it was always pbs. The mkx narrow was at the jim. Lehrer and macneil newshour right the news hour i guess what they call now. The pbs newshour hour which is by by most standards. A lot of people think is kind of boring..
"macneil" Discussed on KCRW
"Homicides that is 25% increase this up tick in shootings is something that should worry all New Yorkers and we've got to stop it. And the New Orleans based data consultant Jeff Asher, actually studied crime rates and more than 50 cities, he says. It's not just happening in big cities, we're going to see historically the largest one year rise and murder. Nationally that we've ever seen, Asher says. It's been more than a half century since the country saw year to year murder rate that jumped nearly 13% over the previous year, with a number of murders spiking and several cities. He expects more grim numbers were good data. The rising murder was happening in the early stages the pandemic. We have good data that the rising murder picked up in the early stages of the summer, and we also have good data that the rise and murder picked up again in September October as some of the financial assist And started to wear off. Chicago Minister Reverend Marshall Hatch Sr says the spike in violence is sadly not surprising. His church is located in a neighborhood hard hit by both poverty and the pandemic cold. It has had a disproportionate impact. And people are increasingly desperate and people because of you know, the concentration of poverty tend to turn on each other. Richard Rosenfeld says there may be other factors. In addition to pandemic related economic and mental health issues in play. He is a criminologist at the University of Missouri ST Louis and the lead author of a new report from the Council on Criminal Justice, which focuses on the pandemic. Social unrest in crime. Following George Floyd's killing, Rosenfeld says There's also been some respite since property crimes took a nose dive. As the pandemic began, burglaries were down large knees were down. You know, a quarantines kept people at home and burglars tend to avoid occupied households. When the shops are closed. There's no shoplifting, so larceny is reduced even with gradual reopening this property crimes in 2020. We're still much lower than the previous year, while homicides climb significantly in 28 cities he studied Places like ST Louis, Kansas City and Milwaukee. Also, the risk of murder in neighborhoods plagued by gun violence was much higher in 2020 than in 2019, Augusta University sociologist Kim Davies says. That's where so called confrontational homicide is often the cause. It's homicide where two people, mostly men, Get into some kind of confrontation over. You know who's more manly and nobody backs down and before you know it, somebody pulls a weapon, and it often ends in violence, Davey says. That's especially true during a time when so many are in flux as the country wrestles both with the pandemic and social unrest. The questions now or whether the big jump in murders is a one year blip. And what might push that back down. Yell. University law professor Tracey Meares says the coven 19 vaccines will be your help. Since the pandemic has prevented many anti violence programs from operating. It requires a great deal of face to face contact typically among service providers. And the folks who are most likely to both commit these offenses and be the victims of them, and it's a lot harder to do that when people can't meet in person, which means some of the very things that have successfully prevented murders just aren't available until the covert 19 vaccines become more widespread, and the added daily stress posed by the virus diminishes. Cheryl Corley. NPR news This'll is NPR news. You will pardon Cleveland Browns fans for gloating today just a little bit. They used to be fans of a team plagued by miscues and misfortune. But now they're fans of a team that's going to the playoffs for the first time since 2002. Now, these are the Browns. You won't find many experts outside Cleveland, picking the team to make it to the Super Bowl. But as Matt Richmond of member station W CPN reports long suffering supporters now have at least a week to savor the moment. Vanessa Cleaver is a lifelong Browns fan, and she's thrilled after yesterday's victory way, Find me that playoff. So that's that's a That's a number one of us, So we just want to go all the way. Not long ago, That sort of optimism was hard to imagine. In 2017. The Browns finished two years of historic ineptitude by not winning even one game, they compiled a two season record of a woeful one and 31. After that season, lifelong fan Chris MacNeil organized a mock championship parade, complete with Busses and cars converted into floats. You know, you get to your lowest point. It's like anything else in life. Sometimes before you can come back. You have to really bottom out. Bottoming out has been a long time coming. The team left Cleveland became the Baltimore Ravens in 1996 was reborn back in Cleveland three years later. In victories have been hard to come by. You know, it was just a deplorable Kaka maybe slip on the banana Peel organization. Bill Livingston was a sports writer and columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. For more than 30 years, he rattles off a list that every Browns fan can recite. Almost yearly firing of coaches and management. Bad draft picks like quarterback Johnny Manziel miscue after miscue, but that seems to have changed. Now The Browns have a new rookie coach Kevin's to fan ski who's helping make Baker Mayfield, their franchise quarterback. So in 11 and five season and a trip to the playoffs, his put fans into a state of euphoria. Chris MacNeil, the mock parade organizer. He's like so many Browns fans today, I'll tell you what it's it's really indescribable. This year, they'll play their most hated rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers again just one week after meeting them yesterday to get into the playoffs. The Steelers veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger didn't play yesterday, but is expected to start next Sunday. He's been the Browns nightmare for years. The teams are in the same division, and Roethlisberger has a 24 2 and one record over the Browns since 2004 He doesn't scare lifelong brown spin Analisa him. I have no words. I am just excited and I am proud of them getting to where they are. And as long as they have the confidence that I have, we can make it all the way. Isn't today. The Steelers Air four point favorites over the Browns for Sunday's playoff game for NPR News. I'm at Richmond in Cleveland. The special election and Georgia has turned the spotlight on the Atlanta Church of Reverend Raphael Warnock and its long history of social justice activism, The progress.
"macneil" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mayor, Bill de Blasio, all rolled out dire news. There were 11 murders during this time spending four of those murders were Children fleeing the city. We have 261 homicides. That is 25% increase this up tick in shootings is something that should worry all New Yorkers and we've got to stop it. You are men's based data consultant Jeff Asher actually studied crime rates and more than 50 cities, he says. It's not just happening and big cities we're going to see historically the largest one year rise and murder. Nationally that we've ever seen, Asher says. It's been more than a half century since the country saw year to year murder rate that jumped nearly 13% over the previous year, with a number of murders spiking and several cities. He expects more grim numbers were good data that the rising murder was happening in the early stages. The pandemic. We have good data that the rise and murder picked up in the early stages of the summer, and we also have good data that the rise and murder picked up again in September October as some of the financial is this Then started to wear off. Chicago Minister Reverend Marshall Hatch Sr says the spike in violence is sadly not surprising. His church is located in a neighborhood hard hit by both poverty and the pandemic cold. It has had a disproportionate impact. And people are increasingly desperate and people because of you know, the concentration of poverty tend to turn on each other. Richard Rosenfeld says there may be other factors. In addition to pandemic related economic and mental health issues in play. He is a criminologist at the University of Missouri ST Louis and the lead author of a new report from the Council on Criminal Justice, which focuses on the pandemic. Social unrest in crime. Following George Floyd's killing, Rosenfeld says There's also been some respite since property crimes took a nose dive. As the pandemic began, burglaries were down large knees were down. You know, a quarantines kept people at home, and burglars tend to avoid occupied households. When the shops were closed. There's no shoplifting, so larceny is reduced, even with gradual reopening is property crimes in 2020, we're still much lower than the previous year, while homicides climb significantly in 28 cities he studied Places like ST Louis, Kansas City and Milwaukee. Also, the risk of murder in neighborhoods plagued by gun violence was much higher in 2020 than in 2019, Augusta University sociologist Kim Davies says. That's where so called confrontational homicide is often the cause. It's homicide where two people, mostly men, Get into some kind of confrontation over. You know who's more manly and nobody backs down And before you know it, somebody pulls a weapon, and it often ends in violence. They've the sense. That's especially true during a time when so many are in flux as the country wrestles both with the pandemic and social unrest. Questions now or whether the big jump in murders is a one year blip and what might push that back down? Yell? University law professor Tracey Meares says the covert 19 vaccines will be your help. Since the pandemic has prevented many anti violence programs from operating. It requires a great deal of face to face contact typically Among service providers and the folks who are most likely to both commit these offenses and be the victims of them, and it's a lot harder to do that when people Can't meet in person, which means some of the very things that have successfully prevented murders just aren't available until the covert 19 vaccines become more widespread, and the added daily stress posed by the virus diminishes. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS This'll is NPR news. You will pardon Cleveland Browns fans for gloating today just a little bit. They used to be fans of a team plagued by miscues and misfortune. But now they're fans of a team that's going to the playoffs for the first time since 2002. Now, these are the Browns. You won't find many experts outside Cleveland, picking the team to make it to the Super Bowl. But as Matt Richmond of member station W CPN reports long suffering supporters now have at least a week to savor the moment. Vanessa Cleaver is a lifelong Browns fan, and she's thrilled after yesterday's victory way, Find me that should fail. So that's that's a That's a number one for us, So we just want to go on away. Not long ago, that sort of optimism was hard to imagine. In 2017. The Browns finished two years of historic ineptitude by not winning even one game. Compiled a two season record of a woeful one and 31 After that season, lifelong fan Chris MacNeil organized a mock championship parade, complete with Busses and cars converted into floats. You know, you get to your lowest point. It's like anything else in life. Sometimes before you can come back. You have to really bottom out. Bottoming out has been a long time coming. The team left Cleveland became the Baltimore Ravens. 1996 was reborn back in Cleveland three years later, and victories have been hard to come by. You know, it was just a deplorable Kaka maybe slip on the banana Peel organization. Bill Livingston was a sports writer and columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. For more than 30 years, he rattles off a list that every Browns fan can recite. He almost yearly firing of coaches and management. Bad draft picks like quarterback Johnny Manziel miscue after miscue, but that seems to have changed. Now The Browns have a new rookie coach Kevin's to fan ski who's helping make Baker Mayfield, their franchise quarterback. So in 11 and five season and a trip to the playoffs is put fans into a state of euphoria. Chris MacNeil, the mock parade organizer. He's like so many Browns fans today, I'll tell you what it's it's really indescribable. This year, they'll play their most hated rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers again just one week after meeting them yesterday to get into the playoffs. The Steelers veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger didn't play yesterday, but is expected to start next Sunday. He's been the Browns nightmare for years. The teams are in the same division, and Roethlisberger has a 24 2 and one record over the Browns since 2004 He doesn't scare lifelong brown. Stan Analisa him. I have no words. I am just excited and I am proud of them getting to where they are. And as long as they have the confidence that I have You could make it all the way isn't today. The Steelers Air four point favorites over the Browns for Sunday's playoff game.
"macneil" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Gathering Choose in advance what you're going to eat, you know, look at the menu if you can in advance, and now so a lot easier because menus of restaurants have menus available to where you can Choose things ahead of time for both delivery, and even but that helps you avoid waking, according to scientists that studied this, they said those who ordered their food about three hours before lunchtime. MacNeil's with few 100 calories less on average than those who ordered less than an hour before eating, so planning those meals ahead of time can help help you outsmart your inclination to choose those indulgent foods, which You know when you're angry, Blood Sugar's low. Where's the carbs? You know, people. I always joke about low carb diets. Forget the low carb diets. Where's the helo? Carb diets? Hello, Carb. Come to Papa here. All right, Let's talk about mental health. And holiday perfection. There's an upside to less than perfect results. Here's a study in the Journal of Consumer Psychology. They found it volunteers who open presents that were wrapped either very neatly or sloppily. And they raided how much they liked what was inside. Surprisingly, and of course, I know it's a little late because it's after Christmas. You've already opened your presents, but keep this information for next year. Surprisingly, folks gave higher ratings to the hastily wrapped gifts. So why would that be Well, researchers think Christine wrapping sets extra high expectations. Which can lead to disappointment. Well, imperfectly wrapped packaging allows the gift inside to shine. So attention guys out there. That's Yeah, they're usually the ones guilty of this. You know, he just kind of Wrap the tape around the gift wrapping to sell wrinkled up and forget the tissue paper right For what? It's worth that there's some good news for being a little sloppy. Okay, here's a tasty way too bright now blue mood. That is to add two servings of fruits and vegetables to your daily diet that will boost your mood and enhance mental health. According to the study of 12,000 adults. This was an American Journal of Public Health. They found that more produce produce people that were happier. Greatest perks were people that consumed eight servings daily of fruits and vegetables and a positive impact. In fact, it had it as positive impact is going from unemployed to employed. So that gives an idea of just how how dramatically change in mood can be from just adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet. And here's a sneaky sleep, disruptor. What you've been eating. Maybe the blame this from Columbia University. They research on food diaries for more than 50,000 postmenopausal women and found that those who consume lots of refined carbohydrates. Particularly added sugars were more likely to develop insomnia compared to those who consume more fiber filled produce. Now why would that be? Well, it's because the refined carbs carbs will Spike your blood sugar, and that trumps the release of insulin and that lowers your sugar. And then when blood sugar dips that triggers a flow of stress hormones, your adrenaline and cortisol. Which messes with your sleep that can actually wake you up early in the morning. Not a good thing. All right, let's see elsewhere in the news. Oh, are you space down? I mean, Are you a space in person? I mean, you know that's wrong that are you interested in outer space? Come on, David. Get descriptive here. Well, yeah, health hazards of being an astronaut. In case you have aspirations of being an astronaut. Here some of the health consequences for your eyes. For instance, a survey revealed that 29% of shuttle astronauts and 60% of the space station astronauts reported worse vision while in flight. They became far sighted or experience blurriness via possibly because the shape of the eye flattens with the pressure changes. What about your blood flow It lift off blood rushes to your head. As you can imagine. The upper flow continues in space because of lower zero gravity and in time about 10% of the fluids found in the lower half of an earth bound body. 22 leaders will float to the head. Pressurized pants. Come conduct this puffy faced Bird Lake or Bird Lake look of effect. And what about your spine and space? Well, without gravity to keep your vertebrae compressed Astronauts typically become 2 to 3 inches taller. Wow. Backaches and nerve problems can accompany the new height, though that's not a good thing and speaking of bones in space bones, performed less support work, So they said mess and bone loss can occur. It rates as fast It's 1 to 2% a month. Particularly and load bearing bones such as the pelvis and that increases the risk for fractures. Of course, when they come back down to Earth. Oh, how about your immune system since everybody's so conscious of their immune system these days? Let's see how we doing on time. Yeah, I got a couple more minutes. Okay, Um some types of immune cells become more active and space, causing the body to overreact to an allergy or developed persistent rashes. During their study the Kelly brothers If you remember well, Reza received flu vaccine to observe how the immune system responded on D. I don't have the stats on that. Then finally, muscles. International space station residents lose as much as 20% of their muscle mass and roughly a week. Particularly vulnerable are their calf muscles, quads and muscles in the back and neck and those that support a lot of weight back on earth. So I don't know. So I've always come to the conclusion that my worst enemy is gravity because my wrinkles and everything, so maybe not Okay. Speaking of muscles and fitness, let's go to the fitness file..
Police seek information on shooting of 11-year-old boy in Southeast Washington, DC
"Not far from the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site along Cedar Street in Southeast D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom says a group of about five men in a black sedan began shooting up in the air. Last night. Just after 9 30 An 11 year old boy was hit. He was taken to a hospital, but later died. The men got away through an alley. Please don't have any suspects, but her pleading with the public for any information that might lead to an arrest. Newsom says They are expected to release more details in photos as the investigation continues. Melissa held w. T O P News. The victim has been identified as Davon MacNeil of Southeast D. C. His mother, according to the Post. Krystal McNeal works is a violence interpreter working with the district's most hardened criminals. Mediate disputes and convince them to put down their guns. Body cameras once again being debated in Maryland, Maryland matters
Jim Lehrer, legendary PBS NewsHour anchor, has died at age 85
"That's Jim Lehrer announcing he's backing off anchor duties in twenty eleven PBS newshour says that layer has passed away at the age of eighty five he was in Dallas when president Kennedy was assassinated he partnered with Robert macneil to cover the Watergate hearings and started a partnership that would be calm the macneil Lehrer news hour in the nineteen eighties where moderated twelfth presidential debates more than any other person in U. S.
'NewsHour' host and debate moderator Jim Lehrer dies at 85
"Blair started his career at P. B. S. as a correspondent on the Robert McNeil report good evening I'm Jim Lehrer the broadcast was later renamed the macneil Lehrer report and later the macneil Lehrer news hour after Robert macneil bowed out in nineteen ninety five it became the newshour with Jim Lehrer Lehrer moderated his first presidential debate in nineteen eighty eight he moderated this debate in twenty twelve at that grade the two of you and say you your answers have been too long or or I'm dead done a poor job great job well well Jim Lehrer said the debates were not about him it's what the candidates say that matters Jim Lehrer was also a novelist his first book viva Max was made into a movie in nineteen sixty nine I met Donahue
The Exorcist (Roland Doe / Robbie Mannheim / Ronald Hunkeler)
"This is frank he is a listener from Canada yeah and he's he's always north of the wall he's always been super supportive of ghostly and he actually sent us these stories quite a while ago so I feel bad it's taken us a while to get to this point so he's a good guy yeah so please send us your story as were were really getting into this now and we're we need more stories so send him in we're we're excited to read read them online info at ghostly podcast dot Com okay so he actually wrote in with a couple of ghost stories that his brother shared with him okay so again doesn't even have to be your story could be one that you know someone close to you as told you okay. My brother lives in Montreal Quebec Canada which is where my family's Bromo original lay I don't you sound like it right now and I I can't do a Frenchaccent Quebec accent sounds like but my family is French Nadya anyways where there are many beautiful older buildings he says in Quebec yes okay so this is his brother his roommate disposal roommate is a fellow skeptics such as myself so Franks's skeptic when it comes to supernatural his roommate had just gone through a successful treatment for Throat Cancer Yay we love survivor. We love survivors will we love everyone but but we really really low AH yes they had to remove any strong Cologne and perfumes from their place because his rem has roommates hypersensitivity towards sentences the time after going through chemotherapy so I can stop you for one second I thought you were GonNa say Colon and I was like lady throat cancer Olivet now Cologne their apartment was in a townhouse structure often referred to AS Roma housing we call them row houses in Chicago so that makes sense and on calm anything okay houses there the units had been converted into separate departments my brothers being located in the first floor the parlor at the front was convert so not the French room the parlor at the Franken Fund was converted to a bedroom and beside it was the old all dining room where which was also converted into a second bedroom and had a long narrow hallway running the length of the apartment and ending in their kitchen beside the kitchen was there living room where they did most of their entertaining my brother's roommate had a full length mirror which is placing I diagnose so it reflected his room and the front hallway he was in the is this getting ready to go out for the evening when he saw someone enter the apartment and walked down the hall it was common for them to invite friends over and go out with them afterwards so he wasn't sure who it was and went out into the hallway to introduce himself there was a strong sense of man's Cologne this colon no Cologne this let him because everyone knew not to bring strong sense into the apartment he went down the hall and into the kitchen to confront this individual my brother was in the kitchen and had no idea what or whom he was upset with there was no one else in the apartment and the front door was locked when they went to investigate there were there there was however a fading scent of Cologne in the hallway. Wow I mean that's kind of crazy SM- smells are the big thing when it comes to ghost and everything noticed and smells can take you back to a time like there was this one diner I wanted to and I smelt the Syrup that they had and it reminded me of a place that my dad used to take me when I was a kid instantly took me back to that moment wow smells are sometimes even more distinct than site yeah oh absolutely yeah we have a scent memory for sure absolutely so we'd love to hear yours aqui stories and if you have any email them to info at ghostly podcast dot com and we might read them on the air like we read Franks absolutely we loved them superfund so this would typically be our poll section but since we haven't done our exercise and debate yet which will be happening next week next week we did not have a Paul but one will be coming after our next episode which is the debate about exes we really are interested to find out on how many of you believe that exercises are real at next week's going to be superfund and it's it's GonNa it's coming out almost Halloween yeah I'm actually can service about next week I don't know what's GonNa Happen I don't know either I keep I keep thinking I have the answer but then I go back and I change it yeah it's it's really I'm not sure I'm looking up a lot of spooky staff it's it's going to be good there is a big difference in how I feel after last week to this week it is almost our anniversary one year one year ghostly yeah that's crazy never missed an episode yeah no in fact came out with more I right so this is usually where rebecca would tell us the ghost story uh-huh story is pretty much the movie though right kind of I mean so you kind of brought up a good point what I was trying to put together information for this because you know we're talking about some people call them demons that's true so you know it kind of goes together but it's it's a little different so we thought since really most of the episodes going to focus on the real story behind the exorcist because that's I think the the one less known I thought I spend a little time telling you the ghost story of the movie all right that's here so there's three things I want to talk about one is that the entire set for the home the macneil home caught fire and burned down a few weeks after they started filming and it delayed filming by six weeks but interesting how to surf but even still it was like how did that happen but what was weird was that Reagan's bedroom not touch it
What's behind Trump's FBI spy theory?
"Friends where he provided a potentially explosive hint at what's driving his demand documents related to the fbi is trump russia probes if the campaign was somehow set up i think that'd be a problem so now i guess the going theory here is that carter page george popadopoulos were not in fact in the thrall of russians instead it was the fbi and the cia set up a sting operation in order to entice them to look as though they wanted to work with the russians now the argument is that the informant himself was the person who sort of entrapped carter page and george popadopoulos is the implication here that the london professor at the george popadopoulos met with back in two thousand sixteen that guy was actually a fbi stooge that he was somebody the fbi had deployed i don't see all the evidence of this in any real way i'm gonna need to see a little bit more than has been provided to me thus far and again if they were sending trump up in some wouldn't you would have leaked information a little bit earlier it doesn't make a lot of sense to me coming up there is a rapper his name is apparently meek mill mill mick macneil meek mill that's his name and he was supposed to go to the white house talk about criminal justice reform and then he was informed that he was a black person and should not go by other black people like jay z i have the whole story for you this is the bench bureau joe tom paterson was just a normal guy who became so frustrated with the fit and feel undergarments he decided to just do something about it so he went home and sketched up some smarter designs had a taylor so some prototypes and voila the revolutionary tommy john underwear was born that was ten years ago in the decades since they've sold over five million pairs of underwear and more than half a million have switched to tommy john tommy john uses proprietary fabrics and innovative designs to make sure that the.