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Olympic athletes test positive in Tokyo days before Games
"Days. And we've already seen Covid in the Olympic village to South African football players and one of the team officials tested positive for Covid. Their football association said they tested negative before
18-Year-Old to Fly to Space With Jeff Bezos
Cuba Blames US for Anti-Government Protests
President Biden Signs Economic Executive Order
"Big companies taking over potential rivals that he says limit affordable options for the average consumer. Today he signed an executive order that targets a broad spectrum of industries like big tech, Big Pharma and big agriculture. Heart of American capitalism is a simple idea. Open and fair competition. That means that if your companies want to win your business, they have to go out. And they have to up their game. Goals carved out in 72 actions and recommendations to federal agencies include urging the FCC to block Internet service providers from exclusive deals with landlords that limit tenants choices. Also wants the agency to restore net neutrality rules requiring broadband companies to treat all Internet services equally.
A Look at Pregnancy Horror Film 'False Positive'
Democrat Says Trump Counsel Recounted 'Troubling Events'
"Top Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee say they heard about some troubling events from Donald trump's former White House counsel but Republican lawmakers don't agree the house Judiciary Committee questioned former White House counsel don McGann all day behind closed doors two years after they sought his testimony in the impeachment case against Donald Trump committee vice chair Madeleine dean says McCann's testimony brought to life the pages of the molar report into the trump campaign's alleged ties to Russia and whether the former president tried to obstruct the investigation that which is going on the pressure that he was under the pressure that other aides were under by the president how to direct rod Rosenstein to oust as special counsel Mahler but Florida Republican congressman Matt Gaetz says we've learned nothing new it's not clear what the committee will do with the information but one lawmaker says it's important to study the past to plan for the future I'm Jackie Quinn
Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US
"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to
Biden Announces U.S. Troops to Leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11
"I've concluded that it's time to end America's longest war. It's time for American troops to come home. Biden says troops will start leaving before May 1st and everyone should be out by the upcoming 20th anniversary of the terror attacks that launched the US into its war in Afghanistan. Civil rights activists in the Minneapolis area are demanding an
Iconic Theaters in California to Close Over Pandemic Losses
"The pandemic has cost us a lot, but the hope that someday post vaccine we would return to our favorite places that hope has carried us through the hardest parts of these last 13 months. Well. News came this week that the iconic Arclight cinema and 58 year old Cinerama Dome in Hollywood would not be reopening post pandemic. In fact, the owners of ArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theater said none of their locations would be reopening. Post Cove it. That's right. No more ArcLight caramel corn or movie pore size glasses of wine. Joining me to remember these theaters, particularly the iconic Hollywood location is Christy Lemire. She writes for Roger ebert dot com and Who hosts the podcast breakfast all day, and she's our regular one of our regular and most beloved film critics on Fridays. Hi, Christie. Hello, my friend. What a sad day it is. I know, And we have all spent so many glorious hours at the arc lights, especially the one in Hollywood. Talk about many, and yeah, from your perspective. So it's funny when you're a film critic, especially if you're a freelancer like so many of us are like you don't have an office, right? You watch movies at your house or you right at your house, and so going to the Arc light on a Monday night to see a big studio release, and all your fellow critics were there, and there's a buzz in the audience as people who love film You know, it's It's like going to your favorite office but also your favorite watering hole and there's such a great energy the minute you walked into that lobby with just the job. Soaring feelings and the huge marquee with all the times and the big clock, and you felt like you were walking into a cathedral of swords. And yet there's also a very intimate sense of community because you could go and have a bye deep beforehand or have a glass of wine afterward and talking about what you have just seen
Yellen Calls for Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate
"Bill in putting forth the idea in an apparent effort to offset any potential disadvantages from a move by the Bite administration increased the corporate income tax rate in the U. S. Stocks closed higher. Today. The Dow gained 373 points. The NASDAQ was up
Disgraced Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein Appeals Sex Crimes Conviction in NY
"For former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein took steps today to appeal his conviction in New York on sexual assault charges. Comes as preparations were underway for a court hearing that could lead to his being extradited to Los Angeles. KCRW's Terry Glaser has more Weinstein serving a 23 year prison sentence after New York jury found him guilty of rape and sexual assault, and he's facing 11 more charges in Southern California. When it comes to the New York case, Weinsteins lawyers alleged the judge made several mistakes which led to an unfair trial. They say one of the jurors should have been dismissed because she was writing a novel about predatory older men that had similarities to the case. She was seated on the panel because the defense had run out of challenges to potential jurors. Weinsteins lawyers also claim the judge admitted evidence from three women about sexual violence that was not directly related to the case. And they say Weinstein was forced to give up his right to testify because the judge would have allowed prosecutors to question him about allegations beyond the specific charges
Los Angeles County To Give $10K Grants To Personal Care Businesses, Other Small Shops
"Owners in L. A county are being thrown another lifeline, starting today, retail shops and personal care facilities that took big hits during the pandemic. Apply for $10,000 grants through the county with more on that. Here's KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb all across Los Angeles. Brick and mortar businesses are climbing out of a deep economic hole after a year of coronavirus closures and capacity limits. County, setting aside close to $5 million in direct relief for business owners through its keep our shops on the block grants. Qualify. Your storefront has to be open. You can't make more than a million dollars a year and you have to prove that the pandemic caused a financial hardship. Businesses that can apply for help include everything from beauty salons and barber shops, the dry cleaners and clothing stores. There's one more thing your shop can't be in the city that way. Are two application periods for the county grants this week and the last week of April. This latest round of financial assistance is coming from the Ellie Regional Covert Fund.
Fire Crews Battle Pallet Yard Fire In Compton, Los Angeles, Nearby Properties Damaged
"Properties in Compton tonight, threatening that are threatening nearby homes, Officials say. It was initially reported as a tree fire, which was pushed by wind into an adjacent warehouse and pallet yard. More than 150. Firefighters who tried to knock down this fire have also been reports of explosions within the main part of the fire, and at least three buildings and local neighborhoods have caught fire. So far, Sheriff deputies Are evacuating some homes and are urging residents to avoid the area. It's unclear how many people are affected child poverty continues to
Witness breaks down in tears watching George Floyd police video
"Jurors are spending a third day hearing witnesses testify in the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer facing murder and manslaughter charges. For George Floyd's death Last year, they've heard testimony about the convenience store where Floyd allegedly used the counterfeit $20 bill to buy cigarettes, which led to his ill fated arrest by Derrick Show Vin and other police officers. Christopher Belfry says he was sitting in a parked car outside Cup foods. I heard him actually him, T O. Let me see your hand. He's saying, please. Something about being shot or something before. Please don't something like that. And at that time, that's when I heard the sirens pulling up and pulling him out on. That's when I went to back up and turn around. The defendant maintains he was following policing protocols in his treatment of Floyd. White police officer was captured on video pressing his knee on the African American man's neck for nearly nine minutes, despite Floyd's police that he could not breathe. They've just played that recording in court. Another eyewitness, Charles McMillan, broke down in tears and recess was called. Mr Macmillan is now back on the stand.
White House considers vaccine passports
"Of Californians have received at least one dose of the vaccine so far, pretty much on par with the rest of the country. So naturally, a lot of us are starting to think about travel. But airlines, hotels, cruise ships, even foreign countries say they may all demand proof that we have gotten our shots. So enter the vaccine Passport. The Biden administration is already working on what that could look like and here to talk about vaccine passports is Richard Car piano. He's professor of public policy in sociology, East Riverside Welcome. Thanks for having me. Well, how would a vaccine passport work? Would it be like our regular passport for traveling? Well, very similar in the sense that I mean, we can. We can think about it as just a certified document testing to the fact that someone has completed their their necessary vaccinations, depending on the type of vaccine that they received. And that could be take on a digital were paper form in order to enable you know, she said, domestic or international travel or or or even domestic travel. And so, um Yeah, well, it could be a bit so, basically, I mean, a doctor. Simple documentation of to officially attest to your dear vaccination card. Right. If you want to get on a plane, for instance, and go anywhere you'd have to present that. Exactly and so well, we also might see it in a way. See it in terms of of of a Dr Ford, Also, for some domestic types of travelers well for resorts were even discussions around concert venues. Stadiums, think things of that nature that are also going to bring us into into contact with other people. Right. So this is
Rob Bonta tapped by Gavin Newsom to be California's first Filipino attorney general
"Governor, Gavin Newsom today nominated a new attorney general replace Javi Oppa Sarah, who is now Secretary of Health and Human services. KQED, Scott Shaffer reports The pick makes history. Newsome chose Rob Bonta to be the next attorney general. Once confirmed by the state Legislature. Bonta will be the first Filipino American to hold the position. He represents Oakland in the State Assembly and has a reputation as a criminal justice reform. ER asked about violence directed at Asian Americans, Bonta rejected calls for excessive charges. We have enough enhancements. Enough criminalization enough mass incarceration. Enough over sentencing more than we need. Bada said He wants to emphasize prevention, something that could put him at odds with tough on crime groups
Twitter For List Building With Madalyn Sklar
"One of the things that i saw of is interesting about twitter is would you say it's the place where people really build a personal brand stronger than a business brand so like we are robin kennedy on there as opposed to anything else How does that work. Yeah you can definitely build a very large personal brand on twitter. So it's a level playing field so it allows you to be able to connect with people in in showcase yourself who you are what you do with everyone else on there. So everybody's kind of the same when they're starting at listen. We all started zero when we're on twitter and any other social networks so it's what you do from there to build up. That's really important. What i really love about twitter as well is. It's the fastest moving. Which means the deepest connections can be made fastest. Because it's a fast food. It's not like facebook. You put a thing up and then at some point in the next three weeks someone see your post and will get involved in the conversation. The comments onto an the reply reply reply reply. It's the closest thing to sms text messaging but with otherwise unreachable people which is really awesome so we get people on twitter. And that's lovely then. What we really want to do is move them from twitter to email platform. Because there's a place for being discovered and starring relationships like on onto it and then we want to move over to to all. We can do some deep nurturing nurturing so why some some of the strategies that we can be using an definitely want to know some of the mistakes that people make tried to shift people across as well but how do we even be game thinking about shifting people from twitter to our email list. Well greg question first and foremost you've got to get people to know like and trust you. Nobody's going to pay attention to you. Do anything that you say like. Hey come join my email is. Here's a lead magnet here something great. They're not gonna care if they don't get to know you firs- they like you they see you're likable and trust that you're not going to spam them right so you've got to work on relationship building. I and you know we all know the power of twitter chats as an amazing way to do that right just spinning some time connecting with people getting to know them and sharing your expertise and next thing you know. They're following you and they see hey. This person has a free pdf. I could sign up for and now you're getting them into your email. Listen starting that funnel. So it's really important to spend time nurturing community on twitter. You got you got. You can't just post you can't make it a one way street too. Many people too many brands too many of everyone is out there. Just me me me. Let me just post my stuff and not do anything else. You have to be on there and listen and jump into conversations and talk to people. It's incredibly important okay. Let's talk about jumping into conversations. The think will also go along the idea of and talk about twitter chats and that really means and how how we can take advantage of them later. But how do you like. Someone's having a conversation. You can see this a better crack going on between some people. How do you jump in now without being that so of dickhead. The party just like nobody likes just right then. Tell us what's going on. We don't want to be that drunken buffoon how do we. How do we not be that person yet. Still insert ourselves conversations. Well you can go in and ask a question just kind of slowly immerse yourself into it and not just like hey here i am coming out with me or add value to whatever. The conversation is if you go in and add value. That's really the best thing you can do. But before you do that. I do a quick audit of your twitter account. Make sure you're always good. Make sure you have a great photo a headshot something so that because what happens is once you start jumping in and doing this regularly. The first thing someone's going to do is go. Look at your profile. They're going to be who madeleine. Sklar what is she talking about. Why should i check her out. Why should i follow her. So you really need to have a great profile so it's really best to spin a little time on that. I just do a quick audit. Make sure everything looks good. Make sure you got your dot com if you gotta lead magnet get like a bit link and put that in your bio you know. Hey here's my my free whatever. Xyz and then the link. There's this misconception that you can't put multiple links in your twitter bio and you can you don't want to clutter it up with too many links but you definitely want here. Dot com in the space for the dot com but in your bio is a great strategy to put a small short-leg to yearly maintenance somewhere. If you you investigated using something linked tree or one of the of the plethora of programs for doing that or do you just like a couple of things that go directly to that results than you know really depends on what you're if you've got a lot of resources i think link tree is great for that and is definitely something that can be worth dealing I personally prefer doing billy link when i have some kind of special lead magnet and of even gone a step above that i have a custom. Bit link That you can do. Mine is since my last name is sklar is clearly so sklar dot l. y. And they can be slashed. Whatever i want to be which is super cool. I learned about it years ago. When jay baer was on my twitter smarter podcasts and he was talking about custom. Billy links which is something nobody talks about. Everybody knows about billy to get shorten links. Nobody talks about. Hey you can go. purchase You know something dot l. y. And and jay baer was like you should get your last name. You should be like scholarly. That would be so cool so i ended up doing it and it's been really unique so i use that quite a bit flip. Love licensed probably candidate think belong actually will url honest but we definitely. We've definitely thought about that. So i love that so so we can go in these conversations that we see happening. I suppose the first thing to do is we give some kind of volley that might be saying. Oh he not disagreeing with people and being offensive and stop but we want be in there going. I've done it this way. Add to the conversation. Don't take away from me really important. Just standard be nice stuff People check out your profile. Boston really great okay. A great way again people from a profile now that they're on your profile over lead magnet is bit links short links delete mandates great stuff. Now you mentioned this wonderful thing about until about a year and a half ago. I had never heard of a twitter chat or a tweet chat or a tweet. Our as many names for these things in case anybody's thinking what the hell are you talking about doing this. So of synopsis of what one of these things is absolutely so twitter. Chat is a great way twitter to bring like minded people together so for instance. I host the twitter smarter twitter so every thursday afternoon at one o'clock eastern whole bunch of us just converge on twitter for one hour it revolves around the hashtag. You just gotta make sure you pull up that hashtag and you'll see all the tweets around the hashtag and it just connects you really cool people in there so many twitter chats out there. There's so many different topics and interests so I have found it to be hands down the best way to connect with people on. Twitter is great for relationship building. I've met so many amazing people from this. I met you guys from there So yeah twitter chats is definitely the way to go. I recommend finding some that look interesting. Check them out and become a regular on some of these and try to commit a few hours each week. They're typically one hour away. Each week is typical twitter chat. Yeah most of all like a weekly event. They're like well. I know that every thursday. There's the one. I know that we have our own. Which is email our hashtag. Email every every thursday three. Pm eastern eight pm uk. Time for us. I'm on their throwing questions at people and they're really good. So if if somebody wants to participate in this one of these twitter hours or email in one of these twitter chats what's the best way they can leverage that to build their email list without being obnoxious person in the room saying hey buy from me. How can we participate in those things with and still be cool. Yes it'll be effective such a great question so back to your twitter profile. Be absolutely sure you've got some kind of lead magnet available. Make it really easy for people when they go to your profile to see it. Another strategy is to have a pen. Tweeden and penn tweets great feature on twitter. We can take any tweet. You have out there. And in the settings you can click to pin it stays at the top so someone comes your profile and they they're looking at your bio. They're looking at your lovely pitcher. The very first tweet is going to be. That pen tweeted to your most recent so make sure that tweet is something that kit. They could easily sign up for your manage and get them into your funnel. So when you're on a twitter chat and you're conversing with people and they go look at your profile. They'll easily see all that information. But what you wanna do on the twitter chat is you wanna get on their provide value. You don't want to get on there. They hey sign up for my free thing you wanna get on there and just answer the questions that are being discussed with your take on show that you have expertise and then engage with the guests engage with the host of the
House passes immigration bills with path to citizenship for "Dreamers" and farmworkers
"Congress today just gave their stamp of approval to to immigration bills that could give a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. One was a bill for young dreamers and another for farm workers. The latter would create protections for roughly one million Add workers. Within California representative Doug Will. Mulpha was one of 30 Republicans to reach across the aisle to back the bill. Simply a way to get right with the law have a cap full of already in place AG workers with a legal status better for the worker of the farmer. In our system of idea who was in this country. Currently, Democratic Congress member Jim Costa from Fresno spoke on the Capitol floor farm workers. Some of the hardest working individuals you ever meet. I know because I've worked side by side for years. Growing up on my family's farm. It's simply wrong that they be subject to living and working under shadow of uncertainty and fear of being deported. The bill faces gloomy prospects in the evenly split. Senate Democrats will need at least 10 GOP supporters to break Republican
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Now that's A. I'm told a violation of Federal Whistle Blower Protection Act illegal in and of itself. I mean so. In other words there could be further crimes. Right sure I mean. The president is on restrained in this behavior. You know that's one of the things that's been important in leaders whether it's a governor or president but somebody who runs an organization is is not just to be aggressive and do what you want is to exercise restraint to to to to preserve the norms of civility of honesty of integrity norms. That are really essential to the well-being being of our country and the president prides himself on trashing. The norms In some appeal for some voters who just like his attack on political correctness but operating within guidelines with guardrails sin respect for The point of view of others is really essential to the well-being in the long term sustainability of our democracy In where you've got a president who is is violating the law on protecting whistle blower identity. That's an astonishing thing. 'cause even Senator Lott of the Republican Senator Grassley among them From Iowa He knows how important whistle blowers are to governmental accountability. And that's why we have in law. Aw Protections on the identity of the whistle blower. So when you've got the head of government flouting that law in fact putting I think that whistle blower in some personal jeopardy because of The president whipping up all the anger. About what that person did came forward That's my view. You found presidential now. Let's shift gears here a little bit talk about last night's pre State of the Union address because you just mentioned civility and the The the idea of reaching out and trying to accommodate the views of others may disagree with you and so on and so forth how how the President score on those on those ideas his in his State of the Union address last night. Well two two things number one in this is common. The president was touting all his accomplishments and listen to him We've never had a better economy for everybody and I just gotTa say That's not my experience you know before the day of the speech The day before I've been up in In in Barton Vermont and in Newport from us in about a week ago I was I was and Bradford and I'll tell you People are are struggling working hard. They're working together But whatever economy the president was was talking about. There's a lot of reminders especially in our rural parts of our state. That news to them that everything is so rosy I mean the fact is He hasn't done anything about infrastructure he talked about it last night but the infrastructure got dropped essay serious agenda item by Mitch McConnell When he told a press of the day after The passage of that tax cut that attitude trillion dollars to our deficit. Senator McConnell said we don't have any money So what I'm seeing is that the president is boasting about but he claims is the greatest economy but those folks I was with in Newport report and by the way a lot of those folks support president trump. But those folks are not all On this staircase to the heaven with these high stock valuations. They're struggling trying to pay their bills each month. Wages are flat And I see that in many parts as of rural America in rural Vermont so I was really disappointed that there was so much time spent bragging about things. Frankly in many cases were wrong but rather than focusing on. What's the challenge we have together because the challenge is we have in rural Vermont? Right talk to my Republican colleagues. They have the same challenges their you know their community hospitals are really struggling. They have they don't have five G.. In many cases they have no not on the Internet. No Gee it's really true. Yeah but you know what you need from. A leadership is about is is a AH defining with that challenges that we have to face in doing it together. It's not dividing us and it's not giving these statistics That are very misleading. There's parts of our country that are doing incredibly well in folks who are in the stock market have seen their Their their assets increased significantly but every day people are farmers. It's really really hard and I don't blame trump for the state of the economy but I do you say that as president. He's got responsibility to speak the truth about the challenges that we face in to invite all of us who are willing to work to try to address them to work together to get something done already In the last few minutes here I did want to get you to talk a little bit about our junior senator from Vermont and his Presidential Campaign Bernie Sanders. Of course have you endorsed him. Again this time on your sanders delegated the sixteen convention. But I endorse Bernie. Okay and What did you make of the of a couple of weeks ago when a couple of former governors of Vermont of people? I'm sure you know well. And it worked within the legislature and so on Peter someone on Madeleine Kunin Came out with critical remarks about Bernie Sanders. I you know. I really didn't make anything of it. Bernie's in the race for the Presidency Residency and some folks support him in the Democratic Party and a lot of Democrats in Peter in Madeleine are not Bernie supporters so. They spoke their remind. And that's part of what a campaign the campaign debate is about Bernie soon well. But he's got a long way to go from where he is to where he wants to get he. He appears to have received the most votes In Iowa I and the second most delegates very close to people. JIG He's doing well in New Hampshire some polls I've seen recently and even today has him out front But it is an enormous challenge and once you get up to that tier where you're in the front runner different runner Than folks who don't support you start Speaking out so I think Bernie. We can expect he's going to get more of that as he goes along. Yeah you know one of the things that struck me as a longtime reporter about the political interview in which Peter Chaman was quoted as saying that That Bernie Sanders plays dirty. What bugged me about that story in politico was was it didn't provide any examples? I mean the obvious be as question to ask once somebody says so and so plays dirty is give me some examples. What he you know? Do you have any anecdotes showing where he played dirty. Do you have any any any sense of sanders. Having played dirty over the years here in Vermont. Listen I'm not the one who made that statement. Okay I understand so you you give Peter at all. I've tried tried believe me the other Peter. That's right yeah I I did. Try to reach out to the day after I saw that to say. Let's do a little follow up here on the Dave Graham show and I haven't haven't haven't tracked down yet but The offer remains out there. If you have to be listening this morning governor shovel and and I would certainly love to have you on the show and talk to us about You know I'm I'm happy to entertain. Whatever the facts are in their affects the support? This in fact is rather broad statements. Let's have them out there. You know And then you know. Madeleine Madeleine Kunin. I thought her statement was Kinda funny too because she said that she quoted It's remarked that she was shocked when Sanders came out and said I would be a better governor for women than than than Madeleine Kunin. This is way back in nineteen eighty six. I believe it was when when he was an independent running against an a three way. Race between between Madeleine Kunin the Republican Peter. Well I'm Peter Smith. Excuse me another Peter Peter Smith and and and Bernie Sanders and that was his remark and and she was shocked by that just again. It struck me as that. It is possible. Isn't it for for a male candidate to be maybe better eh particularly for you know. Let's say for women who are maybe liberal in support of support Reproductive rights one example. Boris I mean there. There can be a lot of women who are much better on family issues or issues affecting men then men are and there can be so it's all particular we know that But yeah there was some hard feelings that was a tough campaign a mantle and running for reelection in Nineteen eighty-six Bernie jumping in the racist independent And that was doubt he only got EXCI- remember by fourteen percent of the vote but I do never his famous quote by the way questions. Madeleine's credential says one one of our leading advocates for women and women empowerment for sure you've yeah remember Bernie famous quote which I think really set the tone for years afterward for his relations with Democrats was to call the Republicans a Democratic Party tweedle dum and tweedle dee. I don't remember which was which but That was not a not a popular statement for many Democrats in Vermont at the time and I kind of stuck with them for for a long long time following but here he is. He's a one of the front runners for the Democratic nomination for president. So who knows right now. He isn't he gets a you know I was over in New Hampshire introducing one of his rallies and what I was struck by a I was his he he was. His tone of voice was lower than You know the Bernie we're used to And I thought quite empathetic and frankly I think he's got that. That's a good approach for him to try to reach out to more people.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on Killer Cocktails
"Yes that's funny. I did a Pun Pun. tastic like fantastic. Really really six not a word. Damn Jackie whatever she's a really good mixologist. So if you're in central Oregon definitely go check her out I recommend and they can go online and signed up for the class. Yes they can and should yes the Kennedy will and I don't know we might be there so so if you kind of want to meet us it may be but We shall see that's exciting. Okay guys under episode Hey guys were back from take good to be back. Yeah it is good to be back. Yeah I went to the restroom. How is it nice? Yeah you're quick 'cause not going on in there okay. Perfect we're GONNA just jump into my story I'm going to tell you about Madeline Smith and I got this really good article. Article from Douglas McGowan and it's entitled the Madeline Smith Story but before that I'm going to tell you about Pierre Emile largely don't ver- Franche French MT quickly okay so peers born in April of eighteen twenty three. Oh an Oldie getty. Yes He's born in France In he lives in the Channel Islands. He's the eldest of five children in the family. Owns this like seed merchant business and they kind of run out of their home. Syed Murtaza's seeds. They're cutting the plan. Business Yeah not the shrubbery business. No no no no yeah before the become shrubs so peers. Father sends them off to be an apprentice Neighboring nursery serie. And this is where Pierre Learns English and which is really good for the business because they want to start attracting British customers over In eighteen forty to a man named Sir Francis Mackenzie as peer to come work for him at his Scottish estate and peers. Like heck yeah So while there appear or learn a ton however one year after arriving Sir Francis is like kind of out of the blue Which means Pierce stranded? He's an Edinburgh borough like he doesn't know anybody and he doesn't have a lot of money you know. He's being apprentice but luckily the nursery there really liked him and they're like we'll keep you on. We'll keep training you So over the next few years pure works as a nurseryman in Scotland the channel islands and in France and then in eighteen fifty two he. He moved to Glasgow now. Going to tell you about Madeleine Madeleine is born on March twenty ninth eighteen thirty five She's going to a very the wealthy Family her father is an architect and his mother. is a lady during that time just being lazy. He's just being a lady. Eighty and Madeleine would also be the eldest five siblings and from being from a wealthy family. Madeline is advocated and learned proper lady things such as manners hearing a book on your head. That's very important In how to be a proper socialite or Boulevard Hair Boulevard. That's your tie my tie. How do you do this? I have a brilliant mind. It's kind of like a beautiful mind situation. Where just map it all out on a window? No I don't I knew that was Bush but I still. I'm still interested. We do about it in different ways Well because I looked up the word and I saw I had definition. Yeah and then I started looking for socialites. Yeah I see how you get there. I know it's amazing. I made myself enough about me. So during this time class separation is a big thing. It's always it's always a thing it's still thing In so it's a really big deal that her family always go out to these parties and their socializing with other wealthy folk so they kinda have their own little bubble that they stadia so as she gets older she travels to London and she attends the Academy for Young Ladies and she against Moore manners. Because you can never have enough manner so true. She takes piano lessons and arts and crafts and then returns to her family In the summer of eighteen fifty three and others time. She's eighteen years old so while in Glasgow peer sees mandoline and he's like. Oh my gosh be still Mahar. She is so pretty already and he's like I have to meet her but he's not from a wealthy family so he's like how mature lovers. Yeah how am I going to get to this pretty lady. And so he started asking around and it takes a couple of weeks but he finally finds a mutual acquaintance. And he's like you have to introduce US and They meet A- and they kind of hit it off and so in the early spring of eighteen fifty five. They kind of start this secret. Love affair this is uh-huh and the would like try to rendezvous in the streets like accidentally wing or different shots. Oh are you at the butcher. Weird me too funny running into you here and they start writing these love notes back and forth and one She writes is to Pierre. And it says my dear Pierre I do not feel as if I were writing you for the first time. We have become familiar friends as friends. May We long continue so so. She's like right off the Bat Yuma person but as all great love stories go Madeleine's family finds out her father finds out like He's from the wrong walk alive. You can't see him. You have to end this now. She go through it on some Madonna. Papa don't preach I don't know what you just said to me. There's Donelson Papa don't preach Gotcha unmolested did cool so madeleine rights disappear and says we have to break this off. I'm so sorry but I I wish you the best. She pretend breaking love no she she. She's Real Brat. She lives with her family. Like this is the notebook. Yeah oh I don't remember this book when when the MOMS like dating that boy oh I remember crying the whole you. How many times have you seen the notebook once? Oh twice once once on accident and I cried and the second time I wanted to cry and I didn't. Yeah Yeah I guess that's a million times. No why would I watch a crime movie. At Million Billion Times People Watch crime who is a million times. I don't need that in my life. Sometimes you need a good cry We'll see why you intentionally tried to cry. And so now I can't what so now it won't be my cry movie. We don't I know that your marketing an arm again and has made me cry like ten times. Yes Armageddon more always make me cry. You know what movie I just cried too excited about this. My Big Fat Greek. What is that should make me cry a no big hero? Six owner oversaw Disney. It's on Disney. Plus just deal mccray mccray three times once in the beginning because you always cry in the beginning once in the middle towards the beginning middle and then once at the end. I'm blubbering. This story is GonNa give me. Oh Oh my God I got out of inside out and I texted my friend because she had worked on inside out and I was like how dare you make me cry over someone in Bing Bong Oh my God anyway anyway. All that she makes it off. She's like I'm GonNa Listen To my parents. I'm a break it off with this boy I love I love but appear is like no no no no no no I really like you and like I. Can't you can't do this week. He's like please just meet with me again. in so Mellon agrees and she goes to their mutual friend's house and the mutual friend has named Miss Mary Perry. I like her name in the meet at her house. Emden they start the romance up again. Yeah she doesn't want to break it off off with him. Yeah Yeah and so they keep meeting up and sometimes they go to Ms Perry. Sometimes he sneaks into Mallon's house late at night a danger or romantic And then they both realize that they've truly do love each other so they start to plan their wedding and they decided to have in June of eighteen fifty six. In the meantime they are referring to each other as husband and wife. Because you know they each other's booze Here's the what lobster. So lobsters universe friends. Oh my God yes. I've seen friends. I don't think you've seen friends ends or the office. Okay but anyway they're referred to each other as husband and wife and the and like every it's it's all secret and other families now in so because of that peers. Like you have to burn all the letters I send you like. I don't want you to get caught with my letters I like these these letters. I don't want to burn them. No she burns down but he keeps his because he's not staying with his family and he like I love these. These are safe. You're foreshadowing possibly possibly. Let's continue but with the lovers don't realize is that Madeleine's parents had begun looking for a husband for her because it's of the Mary Boulevard. They're gonNA find you one hundred percents and they actually find someone that they really like. In the guy's name is William Monarch Jerk And he's in his thirties. He's very wealthy merchant and he's conveniently right next to their house is he lives right in the neighborhood. I got to say about this. Yeah he reminds me of CAL from titanic. Oh and he's probably seeing some slipping and slipping out Windows Oh right or you think he's hip to it bore. He could be. There's opportunity for him to be hip to it definitely. I like where you're going with this okay. So in September eighteen fifty six family has williams stay with them at their summer house so the whole family goes to their summer house. William come along. Let's have media fall in love with her daughter go. Yeah so William Tries his best to get to know her. And he's like wining and dining her and malign realizes that her family is trying to set her up and and she like well William. Isn't that bad in her. In my family approves of him and he just proposed to me So I I guess I'll get married to William. Yeah so she accepts his proposal and this is the new book ingenious story. What if it was telling you the story? No we should do another podcast where we just like retail movies. We have regarded are memory version of the movie combined. I love it so mellon gets pen and paper and she writes a letter in early February and she's essentially saying you know Pierre. I once loved you anymore. If you send them a dear John Yeah and going forward for we should. Just pretend hemlock we don't know each other and I'm GonNa need all those love letters back that you saved of mine and then she's like I trust your honor as a gentleman woman that you will not reveal anything that may have passed between us but but now he might be a little upset Will appears there's like fuck that noise. Yeah these are my letters and I love you and I'm your person we're going to make this work. And he refuses to give back the letters so mellon rights him again but this time Pierre had heard rumors of their engagement and he was like you need to tell me. What's going on Amana Line is like none in animal? None of that's true and peer to phase And she's like happier. Just give me those letters. Just you little Kook just cumulus letters. NPR's like hard no and instead of giving the back he's like I'm GonNa show a very dramatic story I picked some good ones wants. He's like I'm going to show him to your father That's a Dick move here. What one hundred five hundred while? You're doing it okay. Yeah with you go out for Beers with your friends and complain about this little Hussy that broke your heart. How weird is it to think about someone going in eighteen fifty two beers with their friends? Do Yeah get a nice strong Ale. Yeah and then be like. I can't believe like we never liked her June. I mean get out of there there. Oh so man's her you know people are humans get human emotions Somalian then writes two more letters to peer begging him not to tell her father other about their affair. That's another evidence. Yeah quit sending him evidence because you're gonNA ruin my entire life. My family is going to be dishonored. Go Away I'm going to be dishonored Yeah just please. You'RE GONNA ruin any chance of me getting married in the future in so finally she's like we know it was just made up face to face. These letters aren't getting through. Let can we just can we please. So Pierre is super stoked and they're finally going to meet up and he tells Ms Perry Perry Miss Mary. Perry how they're going to hash things out in a couple of days and they're gonNA meet up on February nineteenth but on the night of the nineteenth appear shirts getting really sick. He starts having these like crazy. Violent stomach pains. Oh no and then he has. He has waited out throughout the night but by morning he's recovered. Okay maybe has ulcerative colitis. No we don't know okay so I'll just say that you know who likes poisoning people ladies uh-huh go ahead okay. So then then again. Peer comes down with his violent stomach attack and leaves him bedridden for eight..
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Videos in the past year in pop culture on you to tell our top five training videos on the left starting at number five we have a short film from Gillette we believe that that man can be and I guess you live is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's a video trend not good because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video from a greater name Mr bean Mr beast here today we're gonna buy every item in the store you can try things are gotten over twenty five million subscribers in just two years in this video we went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation returning change often it's a popular and it isn't two thousand eight but has been a resurgence of past year thanks to his new documentary format and we had an interview show called hot one one of my favorite if that's where the Lebanese answer tough questions well eating really spicy wings a doctor Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas and they started the show in twenty fifteen souls under the stairs and finally our number one top training video of the year and the last one no more alliances with the video from James Charles one of the beauty communities they get started and it was part of the public back and forth with another beauty creator that major in Lebanon is about what date were you with the trappings of allegations that have been made and and they were going back and forth dom and got it's all right SO four V. we believe from Gillette what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it was really you know people thought that they were putting forward a very the big point of view and and we see people coming to YouTube and watching videos and and the beating them and engaging with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song planet you people I had a lot of things about it this up with the with Gordon Ramsay I'm with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known as a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe the the the hot wings that he's eating that is that I think that with this show in particular and really in that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine blew it with the talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the dark back there but people really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton you too but trends experts it's six.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And against masculinity is this the best a man can get top eight around masculinity and it's just that I videos and not just because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video from a greater name Mr bean Mr beast here today we're gonna buy every item in the store you can try things are gotten over twenty five million subscribers in just two years in this video he went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation returning Shane Dawson it's a popular and get his since two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence this past year thanks to his new documentary format then we had an interview show called hot one this is one of my favorite Lebanese answer tough questions well eating really spicy wings this episode a doctor Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas since they started the show in twenty fifteen please hold souls under the service and finally our number one top training video of the year and the last one no more lies this was a video from James Charles one of the beauty community's biggest stars and it was part of a public back and forth with another beauty creator that major front page celebrity news about what they're worried he was addressing the allegations that have been made and and they were going back and forth Domon ET community got it's all right so before the we believe from Gillette what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it was really you know people thought that they were putting forward at the big when it you and and we see people coming to your queue and watching videos and and the beating them and even with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song planet you people I had a lot of things about it finish up with the with Gordon Ramsay I'm with videos like this do we just white these type of videos because say he's he's well known as a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe the the hot wings that he's eating does he have that I think that with this now in particular and really look in that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with the talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the dark back there but people just really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton you too but trends experts it's six minutes now in front of the hour on.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fully and against is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's just a fact I video trend not just because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video from a greater name Mr bean Hey Mister beast here today we're gonna buy every item in the store one of your writing are over twenty five million subscribers in just two years in this video we went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation returning shamed often if the popular and your kids and two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence this past year thanks to his new documentary format then we had an interview show called hot one this is one of my favorite it's a series where celebrities after a tough question well eating really spicy wings that's active a doctor Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas since they started the show in twenty fifteen souls under the service and finally I number one top training video of the year and the last one no more lies this was a video from James Charles one of the beauty community's biggest stars and it was part of a public back and forth with another beauty creator that major front page celebrity news about what date were you with the trappings of allegations that had been made and and they were going back and forth dominant meeting community got it's all right so before the we believe from Gillette what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it was really you know people thought that they were putting forward at very the big point of view and and we see people coming to YouTube and watching videos and and the beating them in an evening with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song I need you well I had a lot of things to say about it this up with the with Gordon Ramsay I'm with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known as a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe me the the hot wings that he's eating does he have that I think that with this fellow in particular and really he began that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with the talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the star factor but people just really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton YouTube trends experts it's six minutes now in front.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on KTOK
"You live is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's that I videos and not just because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video from a greater name Mister please Mr beast here today we're gonna buy every item in the store you can try things are gotten over twenty five million subscribers in just two years in this video he went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation from a greater name Shane Dawson it's a popular and it isn't two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence of past year thing his new documentary format then we had an interview show called hot one one of my favorite where Lebanese answer tough questions or eating really spicy wings a doctor Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas since they started the show in twenty fifteen souls under the stairs and finally our number one top training video of the year in the US well no more alliance that with a video from James Charles one of the beauty community biggest stars and it was part of the public back and forth with another beauty creator that you can meet your front page celebrity news about what date were you with the trappings of allegations that had been made and and they were going back and forth dominant meeting community got it's all right so before the we believe from Gillette what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it would really you know people thought that they were putting forward and very but the big point of view and and we see people coming to YouTube and watching videos and and the beating them in an evening with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song pointed you people I had a lot of things that they about it since it was so with Gordon Ramsay I'm with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known as a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe the the hot wings that he's eating does he have that I think that with this show in particular and really look in that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the star factor but people really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton you too but trends experts it's six.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I guess is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's a video and not because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video like returning Mr beast here today we're going to fight every item in the store I think our gotten over twenty five million subscribers in this video he went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation returning and often it's unpopular and it isn't two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence of your thing his new documentary format then we had an interview so called hot one one of my favorite where Lebanese answer health questions well eating really thank you once they thought the Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas since they started the show in twenty fifteen cels under the stairs and finally our number one top running the the year ending last wed no more live this with a video from James Carl one of the beauty community they get tired and it was part of the public back and forth with another beauty creator that became leader in Lebanon is about what date were you would think of allegations that have been made and and they were going back and forth common god it's all right so before the we believe from Chile what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it would really you know people thought that they were putting forward at the date when it you and and we see people coming into the locking videos and and the beating them and eating with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song I need you well I had a lot of things about it so with Gordon Ramsay with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known he's a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe the the the hot wings that he's eating does it does I think that with this cell in particular and really look in that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the dark back there but people really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton YouTube trends experts it's.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Against us masculinity is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's just that I videos and not just because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video from a greater name Mister please Mr beast here today we're gonna buy every item in the store you can try things are over twenty five million subscribers in just two years in this video he went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we had an hour long documentary investigation returning change often it's a popular and it isn't two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence of past year thing his new documentary format then we had an interview show called hot one one of my favorite Lebanese answer tough questions while eating really spicy wings a doctor Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas since they started the show in twenty fifteen cels center the service and finally our number one top training video the year and the last one no more alliance that with a video from James Charles one of the beauty community biggest stars and it was part of the public back and forth with another beauty creator that meter from Pete librarian is about what date were you with the trappings of allegations that had been made and and they were going back and forth Domon ET community got it's all right so before the we believe from Gillette what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it was really you know people thought that they were putting forward a very the big point at you and and we see people coming to YouTube and watching videos and and the beating them in an evening with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song point of view well I had a lot of things about it this episode with Gordon Ramsay I'm with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known he's a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe me the the hot wings that he's eating does he have that I think that with this fellow in particular and really he can that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the dark back there but people really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton you too but trends experts it's six.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on KTRH
"Culture on you to tell our top five training videos in the US starting at number five we have a short film from Gillette called we believe that that man can be but I guess you live is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's just that I videos and not just because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video from a greater name Mr bean Mr beast here today we're gonna buy every item in the store you can try things are gotten over twenty five million subscribers in just two years in this video he went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation for greater name Shane Dawson it's a popular and it is this two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence this past year thing his new documentary format then we had an interview show called hot one one of my favorite that's where I believe after a tough question well eating really spicy wings a doctor Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas and they started the show in twenty fifteen souls under the stairs and finally our number one top training video of the year and the last one no more live this with a video from James Charles one of the beauty community biggest stars and it was part of the public back and forth with another beauty creator that you can major in Lebanon is about what date were you with the trappings of allegations that had been made and and they were going back and forth dominant meeting community got it's all right so for the we believe from Gillette what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it was really you know people thought that they were putting forward a very the big point at you and and we see people coming into the locking videos and and the beating them and even with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song when a few people had a lot of things about it this up with the with Gordon Ramsay I'm with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known as a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe the the the hot wings that he's eating does he have that I think that with this cell in particular and really look in that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the dark back there but people just really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton you too but trends experts it's six minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next trends for twenty twenty.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on Fallacious Trump
"So it's time for the fun of this week. At least is cold. Emoluments are not eligible favorite word. Emoluments Salameh the lovely so Mike Pence has been in island this week and he his meetings are in Dublin which is on the east coast of violent and repeat staying in Dublin. Ah He is staying on the on the West case violent about one hundred fifty miles away from and commuting to Dublin. He because he is staying in trump's golf coast property at dum begging canty glad To knows why is trump would quite like some money please. So why are we didn't just go. I've got property in on this one and you stay there and then pent skying. Well frikkie three hours away at work. He did say of Gopro jeanine waiting waiting stay there. He wasn't offering it as has like a Freebie. Oh he was offering as A. Why don't you pay me to stay away? Prophecy kind of thing. Pence is chief of Staff Marshall. He he he suggested that he said you should is kind of like. You should stay at my place rather than saying you must go to bank but yeah he is the President Cy. Yeah And pence is taking a an hour flight by helicopter and to go to his meetings in Dublin's so that he can stay at trump's co-course prophecy with the president of art. Yeah I've been to Dublin. I don't want to Brag by stating really nice. I tell that because I was doing a job was working there and there are places in Dublin Dublin the surrounding area. You can stay even if you're the vice president secret service will be there and we'll look off to you and it's all fine. It is not the only place in Ireland the state that would be protected and safe and because they have their own government the towels each or however however you spell it which looks strange look strangely Melo's Chinese more Chinese than Gaelic and and they have a premier elite politicians in charge of the whole thing he lives in Dublin has in your guests in a presidential style building with lots of security surely will use this proverb overbill property map. Yeah just the original argument from Pence's team from short was was just that it's a convenient convenient place. It's you know it's an island in this country so it's fine but also because it's the president's property the secret service have kind of like scattered out Elton and make sure it's all safe in an okay so they already know it. A also pence's family like ancestrally comb from doing bake. They come from the area so he wanted to stay local to there and apparently he was planning on. Visiting restaurant is owned by a distant cousin of is obviously a reasons. Apparently yes oh is will idea as far as I can find out all three. Ah Not a reason not to stay three hours away from from where you are supposed to fly or bill aura. Yeah Trans- transient expenses. Taken his his wife who he calls mother and his mother dental when he calls his mother that must get commissioning missiles supposed to and and and and apparently he's paying for their accommodation. He's obviously average on the government. Government dime himself. He's paying phase his relatives Dacian because he's paying trump for the right essentially intially. It will find his way back into transport. So but he's so who's paying for pence himself. The will the government that the US government will we'll be paying for the for pences accommodation. They'll be paying trump for that. The tax man is praying. Yes shrum yet the pub- The the US public public basic. Yeah they are paying trump focuses. Yeah yes roses into stay somewhere. Local to where meetings are to trump is trousers. How's ring however mighty two hundred thousand dollars for except tens of thousands of dollars only strip poker but but since two thousand in seventeen pence's Group Pences Oganization has has spent more than two hundred thousand dollars trump properties. Obviously trump has spent huge amount of money at trump property staying at mar-a-lago because it's not just him saying he could probably get it free but he charges the secret service to stay there and he charges other members of his entourage to stay at when he's at Moraga or Bedminster will any of those places. The money that cost goes to trump through organizations volume. Ines is is the things stops. You're doing that. There is a role. There is a role against those. He's doing those kind of things. There to emoluments clauses in one is the domestic emoluments clause and one is for for emoluments clause rice and the domestic monuments emoluments clause is basically it authorizes a Fixed salary for the president and says that cannot be augmented by Congress. Oh Congress can't vote to give him more money stuff and he is not allowed amount to as as president or any high up federal officer basically to receive within that period. Any other me William from the United States say he is not get more money from the federal government so basically which is conch claim expenses beyond the salary that you'll be in paid because as you can claim expenses because that's no you're not getting extra money just claiming with this Zsa. You what you can't do is for example. Get it direct people who are visiting you in Washington to stay at your Washington Hotel Hotel owner Francisco. Yes yes suggest that the vice president stays in your hotel. Yeah Yeah or the next g seven summit these in well. Yeah his his attempt to get the next g seven at his Doral Golf Club that one is the foreign news close. Okay yeah because with the former skills you are prohibited from accepting any president emolument office or title of any kind whatsoever from any king prince or foreign state without Congress's consent. So Roy By doing that he is basically getting the six other countries in the g seven to send their people to stay at his hotel and then Chalayan pay him money fool that those those governments are paying him visually and he is making money off that also fast. That's against into totally different law. Okay right yeah never want to do. Things by halves. Might as well do Watson emolument among friends issues which are more of a gray area not quite so clearly illegal but definitely unethical Such as for example bill bar the Attorney General Joking a holiday party for for this Christmas and presumably Thanksgiving New Year periods for two hundred people basically an office Christmas party at Trump's hotel in Washington which is is gonNA cost him about thirty thousand dollars. which again will be going into? Trump's taxpayers shit alternative coming from Bilbo's pockets totally clear whether whether there is a budget within the AG's office to pay for a Christmas party essentially that that will be going from that to the DC hotel or whether bill baugh himself is paying thirty grand to have a party with his co workers. And he's it just coincidence choosing to pay that to his boss. Yeah instead of to another one of the things that all of the fact that AH legal it's very expensive staying trump prompting. Why would you want to boil it? Why would you volunteer our this this? You wouldn't voluntarily and choose to go of smear Kushner 'cause we kind of we saw interchange somewhere on twitter thing when you say the president isn't isn't drawing a salary dumb ass world. This is where he's getting. Ill is money from that. You know if it's costing him however many any billions of dollars that he claims is costing him for being. The president did not being completely unscrupulous businessman. Time he's doing that is best. I'm no longer thing his I mean for example with doing big. Not only is he getting the the value of that. Trenton pences entourage saying that he's also getting global publicity. Yeah so it said that the the the Gulf coast in the hotel which according to UK hey tax office records has been losing money over the last four years. Yeah Guess Guess Global Recognition and an advertising. Yeah Kasit yes. He's out of trump's trump's golf course others calling us. Yeah so every. Show of my pence into a helicopter strange. The has the property in the background. The hell and so anybody doing Anything about it. I don't need please. He's raking Oscar the constitution. Why would anyone read? But anyway I'm finally some things we really don't have time to talk about. Trump's longtime personal assistant and recent director of Oval Office operations. Madeleine Madeleine West. A hoot called a bit tipsy event recently and told reporters among other things that trump doesn't like having his photo taken with his daughter. Tiffany because he thinks she's fat apparently revealing something that ironic is a firing offense and Miss West. A hoot is now looking for another job trump then invented a new kind of tweet which. I'm calling forgiveness threat. tweeting meddling west. Who has a fully enforceable confidentiality agreement? She is a very good person and I don't think they would ever be a reason to use it. Chico Komi yesterday to apologize had a bad night I fully understood and forgave her enough. Tiffany doing great. Yeah it sounds like he's moved on already and since he's not able to write two hundred and eighty carriages without telling multiple lies of course is not fully enforceable getting federal employees sign confidentiality agreements is pretty much the definition of of prior restraint of speech which is prohibited by the very first amendment. The Federal Election Commission is a good thing right insures. The elections are conducted properly. That no oh. Malfeasance is committed during those elections and investigates interference in past elections and during preparations for upcoming elections Abbadi whose rule rule states is made up of no more than three Democrats and three Republicans. Pretty good way to ensure a shelty. Hey but of course if you want to prevent investigations investigations into say campaign financing. Then is it me or is a weird who is that. Since Touche turtles evil twin and Hater Array of Campaign Finance Laws Mitch. McConnell became Senate majority leader in two thousand fifteen. Not a single commissioner nominated the rate of to a two per year has been confirmed and now that Matthew never stepped inside a courtroom Spencer aborted trump federal judge nominee. Peterson has resigned from it. The F. E. C. is in court and cannot actually operate or enforce anything election year next steer coincidence perhaps touche turtle and Dum Dum dum evil definitely turtle even more niche INVICTA Cayenne. We need if we needed any further proof. That trump doesn't understand hurricanes nuclear bombs or anything else really. We need look no further than the multiple occasions on which is apparently suggested nuking hurricanes to stop them before they get America axios documented several briefings where the president presented this brilliant plan on one occasion according to a source in the room. You could hear in that fought in that meeting. People were astonished after the meeting ended. We saw what the fuck. What do we do with this chore? Trump can't be expected to know the hurricanes released more energy than attend Megaton bomb every twenty minutes but it doesn't take a very stable genius to understand that the radioactive fallout from bomb would then be carried onto land by the hurricane and liberally distributed throughout his path like it would be contained within like say like a whirlwind the fifty Mile Wide Tornado. Going very fast. If you're going to take things in it's going to get blown all over the place say like cows and a hold room. Bicycles houses torn up by the roots. Let's go bomb in there. Where does this stuff all end up just disappears? Yeah they used to be watching the time tunnel or something isn't it. That's the main mile down the wall. The Not my president has ordered officials shows to ignore environmental roles false track construction contracts valued billions of dollars and take the land needed by divine basically to do what he's stayed stayed ever since he started in real estate but instead of finding jailing bankrupting them he promises you pod them. Okay two things about that. That's not all good and would anyone believe any promise. Trump mates anyway also declares as to whether this was true. Deputy White House Press Secretary Hogan Gidley Gidley told The Washington Post. Donald trump promised to secure our border with sane rational immigration policies to make American communities safer. And and that's happening everywhere. The Wall is being built which is rather carefully worded because whilst those policies are not saying over Rational or indeed making anything safer. That's okay because the wall is being built everywhere across four hundred fifty miles a border certainly. Not where those policies being enacted right trump tweeted classified military information last week. Now it's not the first time I'm no biological way. But this time he did it just to troll Iran we seems like a new milestone of sorts you see Iran tried to launch a satellite but the rocket exploded on little pet trump received a very detailed extremely high resolution spy satellite image of the launch pad complete with annotations by US intelligence in his highly classified intelligence briefing. Naturally he snapped a photo of the satellite imagery. This phone and tweeted about astronomy. Experts have used the image to identify which satellite came from a no doubt Oh enemies the US supporting over to see what they can tell about. The G that made it possible tweeting national security secrets to own the Muslims folk for me in the Presidential Limo various pensive made of seals space. The'll trump has one of those yellow plastic steering wheels with the squeaky Horn and the pink stick shift on the side relied affixed to the bulletproof glass by big sucker so he can feel like he's actually in control and could steer when things look bad similarly at the g seven summit they gave you Fisher price phone like the one in toy story to keep feel connected bad news though I had made in China on it so of course he got a Ryoko from China and told everybody he'd eight one the trade war and China. We're GONNA come to the table and they had a deal Q.. Stunned G Seven summit attendees but despite trump and Newt Chin tweeting that he was really real for sure double Pinky promise..
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on KCRW
"Let me give you to use your way. Got no wife would. Wait voice in use. It. Oh, no. I just use my regular voice when back to car in. Nobody give us. You wanna make some money? Redistributed away. And it's a movie about classmate is much as it is about racism. It's about class. It's about politics. It's about labor politics. It's essentially an apocalyptic revolutionary film. Okay. Second nominee second nominee, black klansman, spike, Lee's historical drama, and at the same time sort of historical fantasy about the combating of the KKK in a Colorado. Police precinct on by a white and a black officer. How do you propose to make this investigation love establish contact and created some familiarity with the clansman over the phone I'll continue in that role. But only another officer surprise surprise a white officer the play me when they meet face to face. That's my point exactly chief black Ron stallworth over the phone white Rostov face to face becomes a combine Ron stallworth. Can you do that? I believe we can with the right white, man. We can do anything. It's an. An outrage that Spike Lee has never been nominated. Fred directing Oscar before. Now, how do you think spec? Leo make out, and what was your view of black Landsman. It's weirdly hopeful retroactively and at the same time. It's a history. Lesson is a tremendous amount of cultural context in black plans minutes ineffective movie that takes the cultural background and pulls it into the foreground and brings it up to the present. I mean, one of the things that I think about most often with black klansman was the kind of use that Spike Lee made of footage that all of us have watched on TV Charlottesville, and I think in other events and how emotional and freshly terrible it felt to watch that kind of footage that we've all seen, but re contextualised and finally the film that I think it really is the the Brodie film of the year is an can't do. There we go madeleine's Madelein Josephine Deckers film madeleine's. Madeleine is a very classic and somewhat classical coming of age story, the story of a high school student in New York who is both a theatre prodigy and with suffering from mental illness and also who like all teenagers isn't a very stressful relationship with her mother played by Miranda, July. But what's so exciting about this film is that Helena Howard who was a teenager at the time. She made the film gives what I consider one of the greatest team performances in the history of cinema. There's one scene an improv exercise in theater troupe where she's impersonating her own mom, and you see some of the raw fury. She feels toward her mother coming out in that scene..
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on Filmspotting
"If I'm going on brand if I'm going with the obvious picks based on how much I can't wait to see the films will then my number one film of the your should be tarintino once upon a time in Hollywood. Yes. Or it should be marker says, he's the Irishman. But because I have this trend in recent years of going with something a little bit off the beaten path I went in search of some other titles. I did though this out on Twitter as you said earlier today, we got some great responses. In addition to the one about revenge. The goals longtime listener friend of the show Peterloo Bouza nailed me. And he says he said my number one would be a documentary that premieres at Sundance this starts out on an obvious subject about a family. But then the camera turns back to the filmmaker and becomes about the nature of truth. Actually, that's the golden brick. Winner. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Oliver road in. He said, my movie would probably be cleared. These highlife yours would be us or it looks like the Burton comeback. It could be Dumbo mine. Yes. Also dumbo. Yes. Yeah. Die hard die. That's his name or her name on Twitter said for Adam. If link later has a movie there you go. Yeah. And for Josh if Wes Anderson has not and listener with the name Sam be gonna go with that said, not sure for Josh. But Where'd you? Go Bernadette is a lock for Adam. So that's the only way that's the link later, and I did really strongly consider that link later pick the stars Cate Blanchet might be my movie if I go the la- Bouza route Josh the movie that's just so in my wheelhouse about art and colliding with real life, and that whole thing then the movie has to be Bergman island Mia Hanson, love the filmmaker. Oh, did you see this one? That's already strong film language. Yeah. She's got a film coming out called Bergman island. That's about a couple who go to Ferro island, the island that Bergman famously lived on and made a bunch of his best films on and they go there to write screenplays. And according. To this as the summer and their screenplays advance the lines between reality and fiction start to blur against the backdrop of the island's wild landscape. The wrote that in four me, Greta gerwig was slated to star start it. She was later replaced but release get better by a really talented actress phantom threads Vicky creeps shoes. Great. She is great. So that would be the movie that's because you also property in Iowa known as Bergman island. Do exactly are there islands. And I it's pretty bad. Pretty land likes. You got any lakes out there? We have a lot of lakes. We have we're not. We're not the land of thousand lakes, but we've got a few. Okay. Josh, ultimately, here's where I landed with an odd choice a movie that might not have even been on your radar in your research for this show. But it also manages to be right in lockstep with Bergman island in some of the films that do seem to be near and dear to my heart. I'm gonna go with the new film from the director of madeleine's Madeleine. I think it's possible that in the end of the year all talking glowingly about Josephine Deckers, surely it's a bio pic of sorts about the author. Shirley Jackson who gave us among other great short stories the lottery, Elizabeth moss stars in that movie as Shirley Jackson as the author along with Michael stool barg fantastic actor as her husband. And it's about a couple that moves in with them to kind of start. A new life, and they end up in some kind of bizarre drama is the word that's used in a lot of the different descriptions. I see with Jackson and her husband. So again, Arden reality blurring, those lines decker a really interesting film maker who made a movie that we were both a little bit more mixed on and others, but has some incredible flights of fancy their make some really daring choices and she clearly has an eye as an artist. So that's my weird choice. I think it has to be a weird choice. I'm gonna try not to be predictable this year. We'll see if that plays out, surely is my pack..
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"While he takes care of his dying uncle, and he finds a skull and the trunk of an elm garden, and there are detectives. And you know, yesterday come to face his past and figure out what his family has been up to over the years. Now you guys are nodding, you guys know ton of friends. Oh, yeah. Okay. I'm really, I actually, I have to say I because I've read her over the years. I wish I would love to go back and do I think what you've just done which is to do the whole murder squad in one chunk. Do you have a favorite yet? I think my favorite is honestly the first one in the woods in the woods. Yeah, I love that one too. I, we were. We were also murder squad twins, very, we are twins in so many ways. Not. Yes, it's so delightful. Give me that title again, that is the witch elm by Tana French. Excellent. Barry, Hardiman your picks. So my through line is so so obvious as to be actually kind of boring. I feel that I should maybe not get any points for it so, but I will start by saying, this is not actually was not really a summer book, but sir, c by Madeleine. Madeleine came out in April. I cannot tell you how much this book moved me. Now, I am a person who I will read your Retailing's of whatever minor lake tale from the Iliad. I'll do the telemacho such a huge thing. It's such a thing and I just kind of will gobble them up and say, well, that was really fun. And you know, now I'm going to have more. This stood apart for me in that. I was so moved by it. I was absolutely swept away. There were so many times that I felt as if the book had its hands on my shoulders and was looking me in the eye and telling me to make a better world. I have rarely loved reading a book so much, but just to tell you what it's about as I believe is my job. Now let me go back. So sir, see who is one of the two, which is appears in the odyssey and is the more interesting one. Sorry, calypso she is actually one of these kind of she's sort of the where's WALDO of Greek mythology in that she appears in so many different stories. She is. She's related to Medina. She has the fair with the with the deceased and I almost don't want to give away the other part of this mythology that I didn't know. But there's also some other connections to other people related to deceased. This is actually the great thing about if you only know the odyssey, but like haven't read the later books about Telemakos. You really actually can be surprised by the ending, which is an unusual feeling. When you're reading a retelling of Greek mythology Daedalus she has like a hot moment with a hot moment with kidding with Daedalus and it isn't up in the air, but somehow all of it feels really natural. And the one thing that I love so much the whole premise of the gods is this idea of people who are supreme for no reason they, they there. There's Premacy as based on literally nothing and this is timely. It is timely this, right? I'm leaning in that direction and the descriptions of how a person who falls outside of that might find her way is timely and inspiring. And so it's more than a feminist retelling, it's a humanist retelling, and I cannot I'm getting chills talking about it. I might start crying so I'm gonna move on almost my pick too. So. That's so you looking forward to. So if you like thirsty, you'll probably like this retailing of se in the Iliad by it's right there. Right? Exactly. It's like almost too obvious, but I'm Pat Barker who you probably know from the regeneration trilogy she birth is wonderful books, 'but World War One, which she won the Booker prize for and she's just a marvelous British writer. She has written a retelling of the story of Brasilia's who is the slave girl, achilles slave girl that is captured while they're on their way to fight a. Now I've read some Retailing's of Bruce in my time. That is the most berry set. I mean Petra for niche I, I done the why version. I've done the romance version..
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on Filmspotting
"That's really amazing, Scott. Thanks so much for making that happen. Nice guys don't win this game. Basically, it's a sport for killers. John McEnroe always finds a way to win. That's from the trailer for John McEnroe in the realm of perfection, very nontraditional, new sports documentary from director Julian Ferro more on that film in just a bit. But first we do wanna talk about what in some circles anyway is one of the more acclaimed movies of the year. So far Josephine Deckers madeleine's Madeleine. It is a movie about a young girl, a teenager named Madeline, who is part of a theatre troupe has a role in some new project that the theater instructor Evangeline played by Molly Parker is really pushing her. Let's say to fully investor self in including maybe doing some tricks along the way to try to get her maybe to wear. She wants her to be. And as they say the lines between reality and fantasy start to blur lines that we've seen blur in other films, Josh, that are about this topic, including, let's say, Darren, Aronovski. Black swan. I'm gonna go back to your setup for minding the gap that started the show and ask you to tell me what elevates this film, what separates this film anyway, or how does it fall short? I think black swan is a great film to compare this to. It did come to mind me as well while I was watching this, I think what sets it apart for me is related to the word. You used blurring, the literal blurring that decker and her cinematographer Ashley. Connor due to convey the inner head space of Madeleine will frequently get images where madeleine's face comes into focus, but everything behind her kind of fades away and just blurs away. And there's also some interesting sound design going on here to get us in that head space as well. Some knocking seemed like to me, unidentifiable knocking, labored breathing. We hear lot and it's it's intense. I mean this this movie is an intense. Visual experience, getting a sense of what sort of challenges Madeline is facing on her own independent of this acting troupe. And then once the emotion start getting ratchet up within the troop how that does affect her as well. I mean, there we see there are good things about her participate in this community and help maybe move to a healthier place, but as things continue to develop and the director's intentions become more exploitative, yes, then they begin to unravel and that sensory experience becomes heightened in the film as well. So I think that's probably its hallmark and then we can maybe talk about that, although I appreciate and saw how the movie wanted us to be in this fog. I still needed a little bit more clarity for to get a sense of who Madeline was as a character, a person that the rest of the film didn't quite provide me. I think we're in a similar space. Though I might have a little bit more admirations overall for what it did to me as a sensory experience. And you touched on a lot of the reasons why, but this is a movie that made me profoundly uncomfortable for pretty much its entire running time. It's not about real violence being inflicted on people in real graphic violence, though affair amount of imagine, violence is certainly presented to us, but people aren't being punished onscreen. It's the discomfort though of some of the exchanges and these scenes of confrontation where characters push the scene that they might be in a little too far and a lot of times doing it in front of another audience of people as well. And there's just this awkwardness that is hell to exist in even as you were, who is watching it from a distance. And Secondly, I want to point out that I do mean that that made me profoundly uncomfortable as a compliment because I did feel like I understood though central relationships well enough to make me discomfort. By those exchanges and decker here has really given us, immersive theatre it's immersive filmmaking..
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Welcome to film spotting that clip from Columbus. We played at the top of the show, Josh, John show Heeley Richardson talking about art and why they appreciate it how to talk about it emotionally as well as intellectually pretty much the subject of last week's top five. We did here on the show things we've learned from podcasting about the movies with the great Dave Chen from the slash film cast really nice to have Dave on the show to get that outside perspective on someone who is doing this, but through a different show with different listeners and see what he's learned in the last almost ten years right with over ten. So yeah, that was a lot of fun to do. It really was. And so far the feedback has been wonderful. We hope to feature some of that on an upcoming show. There is no top five this week. I think maybe we needed to recover from all the effort that went into that one. We will turn the show over to thoughts on a few new films that we think deserve more attention than they're getting as we head into the fall. We will start assembling are golden brick award shortlist here. Here in earnest the criteria, Josh for the golden breakfast. Those who are maybe uninitiated, yeah, longtime listeners know this. But what we look for in a golden brick film is for it to be a new or newly established filmmaker. Somebody were not very familiar with for sure. Also a movie that didn't get a lot of mainstream publicity. And then one that shows artistic ambition, particular vision that sets it apart, artistic ambition, subjective, that can be something that's hard to determine. But even harder sometimes actually is that criterion of little to no mainstream publicity. We talk about this a lot on the show, sometimes movies that we think are relatively small and Satcher well, maybe they appeared on eight hundred screens and everyone's heard about it or it's gotten so much a claim that it doesn't really feel like it was under seen maybe to some of our listeners. So we try to navigate those waters as best we can currently on the two thousand eighteen shortlist we do have clue jowls the writer. This is a film that is available right now to rent or stream. Various places thoroughbreds directed by Corey Finley. This is also available to rent. And that's one of the two, Josh that I have not seen you have and did recommend it for the brick. The writer definitely recommended by me. We've both seen it. In fact, it was among my top five think actually my top three films of the year. You had just outside your top five. Was it in the top ten? It was not in my top five, but at that point it was in my top ten. So yes, still in contention there. Two other films that are on this twenty eighteen golden brick shortlist our three identical strangers a documentary that you've seen. I have not yet, but we'll get an easy chance too soon. It comes out on DVD, October second, and then chosen custody of the is I describe it as a transcendental documentary that was filmed like another doc that we're going to be discussing on this show in Rockford, Illinois, believe it or not, that one is only available for DVD purchase. So we're going really small there, but I do think it is worth golden brick consideration, and I'm extremely excited to see that film. In fact, I'd. Completely forgotten about it myself somehow since you brought it up on a fairly recent episode, we do hope to catch up with all those films and many more potential golden brick nominees. We've been getting a lot of great feedback from listeners on those movies that you want to make sure we don't overlook continue to send that to us feedback film spotting dot net. You can't keep track of the titles as they come in as we nominate them and check out previous year's winners and nominees at film spotting dot net slash bricks among the titles, we will get to today Josephine Deckers madeleine's Madeleine..
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Belle was being coerced by some other third forced to do that and my wife and tried to reason with madeleine infant look madeleine even in his ghost written book my life without god he's actually sending you a signal and madeleine madeleine was just so hurt she could not she could not look at this in the way we thought was an objective view so yeah she madeleine was really really hurt by is turn away from her and she did than just absolutely slam the door did she has in your opinion and you can share as much as you're comfortable with dc like she had emotional problems we'll ten yes she was a brittle diabetic and you could see her emotional condition change some hot in the course of a day and we never quite could figure out whether it was low blood sugar high blood sugar or both but she would be much more volatile at certain times in the day depending on when they eat and not eating and and things like that and usually the everything with blow over but if that happened when she was in a public place very often her outburst the created an irreversible situation there was you know okay that's it i've said it now that we do that we go with it but can pray that you could see these ups and downs as well madeleine was a very very bright woman she was very talented i mention that she had been a music musician the very first time i ever visited her home in austin we were ushered into one of the parlors and and i saw this little spin piano nice had madeleine who plays the piano and she says oh i used to and then i said to do you mind if i try it out and she says no go ahead and if it will do you have any music she says well young in the look in the piano bench.
"madeleine madeleine" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"And what she had done and what she was trying to do that i know that sounds corny and i little bit blush to say this but quite truly i at that point i dedicated my life to the organization not specifically to madeleine but to the organization and instill in a an was almost as enthusiastic she was somewhat less emotional than i emotional yes perhaps perhaps less emotional but more volatile perhaps you might see my wife and was was less emotional i sorry i was that molly i was like oh okay i of a lighted something they're not an african me i love what i wasn't tracking well working shoulder to shoulder with her i mean we've seen madeline marie o'hare at her best and worst obviously a complex and slog character as a human beings who often lead with some what some might call but i have in my life occasionally called talks is it he should go in and just i mean she'll steamroll right over you so i don't know how last asked the question frank but why she an asshole here is the term of art through what we see what was she lied can we we she compassionate most at a time in private you again basically he became a surrogate mother for both my wife and me i had lost my actual mother to two years before i met madeleine a one year before i met madeleine madeleine i think like me a lot but he liked by wipe a lot more things she let me but in private i mean she was in our house here in ohio we were in her house many times in austin we were family.