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MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

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The Adam Carolla Show

02:13 min | Last month

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Thanks so much for joining US tonight. All. Thank you thank you brother always good to see cabinet one more thing. One more thing currently on video on demand Dave? Cross. Cross shirt Currently. The dark divide, it's a fun movie. So I recommend that to your audience as well and of course, we'll be recurring this fall on the golders Dave character everybody. Thanks advocate. Listening more credits. Anyway, I just shout out to Gary was Gary Right. Dairies over there, you're lovely. Human being are I appreciate you and your wife and? Always, a pleasure to play with you I'll see you next time I'm in Salt Lake. Thanks GAC there. All right. Let me do a spot and then we'll roll right into the news with Teresa Strasser Madison Reed Mr Oh. Well, so Madison Reed Madison. Reed they make hair coloring for women and then they decided to start making men and they put the word Mr at the end of it Madison. Reed Mr for the FELLAS. So you get a little gray get a little the little little too much salt not enough pepper fellas get a little madison remission go online. Yeah. You could use this doing the by the way they'll. They'll do for the beard for the hair you go online you match up the color it's not that shoe Polish look you don't have that John Travolta. Late, nineties. Look. You have a nice natural look. You put a little up in your fingers you kind of run it through your hair I've done it. It's clean me up a little bit. You then put the activator in there. You Rinse it off and ten minutes later Bob's your uncle little less pepper little more. and. You can get it at Madison Reed Mr, Dot Com, and my right Dawson go to Madison. Reed. Mr. Dot Com. That's MED. Dot Com and use Code Adam ten for ten percent off plus free shipping on your first box. Again, that's Code Adam ten Adam before we get going with news, I have the tally of what episode this particular podcast is. We are in episode two, thousand, nine,.

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"This had been a law last year George Floyd would be alive. Because chokehold would be banned Brianna Taylor would be alive, because no knock warrants for drugs would be banned to. Your Rice would have graduated high school this May because he, the officer that killed him had been fired from a nearby department and he lied on his application. Congressman Karen Bass of California joins us now congresswomen, thank you for joining us that last issue that you brought up about the testimony about about a police officer who lied about having been fired. That's not. There's no national database for that. If a police officer gets fired from a department. Making go work somebody somewhere else. There's no obvious way to find out about what happened. Absolutely and you know I'm glad you just have cheap on because I was having a discussion with him yesterday and he said it's very common. He said that officers bad officers. Problematic officers move from city to city, and if you buy you know, and if the department that hires you was not really diligent. They might not know so. There should be a national registry. You should be able to google the person's name. Get into the national registry, and see whether or not the person had a history of abuse of his instability etc.. Weird some remarkably moving testimony, we played a little at the top of the show from the brother of George Floyd talked about making his brother's death a call for change in this country. Talk to me about what the tone was of that testimony because out the streets, the tone has been very tense. How was this testimony received by members of the committee. I think everyone was moved by it. I mean it was very powerful for him to be there and you know and I really appreciate his presence I. Mean Literally he laid his brother to rest yesterday, and he came and testified today. Any was there all day long. Listening to you know an answering questions. It was a very moving moment, and there was a woman also who lost her brother. It was a different circumstance. But I think that everybody felt their grief felt their pain and. I think that it moves everyone in the. Noticed that Republicans in today's hearing did not spend a lot of time posturing or arguing against your specific proposals, the ones that you and your calling have laid out. Is there something shifting the boundaries of what is possible in Washington shifting? Yes, I came away very encouraged from the hearing. Frankly and knowing that the White House is reached out over in the Senate and they're kind of over there scrambling to put something together. I what we're doing is definitely more comprehensive. But the idea that my republican colleagues pretty much spent the whole day talking about rioting and defunding the police and very little attention to the bill, and as a matter of fact, some of them are made references to the bill so I feel like we're in a good place I'm ready to get started. I'm ready to reach out to them and by already made a couple of phone calls in a couple of have called me so I'm definitely encouraged after the hearing today. Just a few weeks ago, lynching bill that the House passed was stopped, because Senator Rand Paul is concerned that people who engage in racist activity might get caught up swept up in lynching bill. In case they were just assaulting someone on the basis of racist close to killing them. Right I mean because we wouldn't want anybody. Getting swept up in in law just because they're racist assaults, people, but the point is. We seem to have leapfrogged that we actually seem to be. The country including some of your Republican colleagues in the Senate have all said things that are not in keeping with what the president's, but talking about in the last few days, but are in keeping with laws that might actually change policing in this country. Absolutely and you know his rationale behind. Why he held up. The bill is just ridiculous because a lengthy murder, and so the idea that well, maybe somebody didn't really mean to kill anyone, but you know understand that the reason why the lynching piece is in this bill, the history of lynching in the United States, involved law enforcement, and what happened to George Floyd to me, that was a lynching. What happened to Ahmad Aubrey that was a lynching? That was a common thing that happened where you would have. Somebody was either a law. Law Enforcement, officer or somebody who is a wannabe and you remember one of the guys that killed on that was a former law enforcement officer, but there's been a relationship historically. That was the reason why it is shameful. It is twenty twenty and the IB that. We're still talking about this. Do you realize black people were marching over a hundred years ago? Talking about lynching? We still can't get this done, but I'm positive about the bill though I am. I came away today Very Sean. I'm glad for that because it did sound that way I sort of wanted to get your sense of it to see if you came away with the same feeling. Let us hope Congressman Karen Bass always good to see you. Thank you for joining me tonight. Thank you. We've got much more ahead here tonight. There was a major development in the trump administration's effort to get rid of the charges against Michael. Flynn big news in the coronavirus pandemic, and we'll be talking with the head of elections in one state where Republicans are determined to make it harder for people to vote. Stay with us. These past few months. I've become a pro at coloring my hair at home, and that's all thanks to the actual pros at Madison Reed Madison Reed..

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Who Keller was born on June twenty-seventh eighteen eighty in Cumbria Alabama due to a childhood illness. Helen became blind and deaf at the age of around nineteen months when she was six years old. Helen was examined by Alexander. Graham Bell who sent her to an Sullivan a twenty year old teacher at the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston after a few months of instruction with an Helen learned how to associate objects with finger spelled words on her palm she learned to read raised words on cardboard to communicate by arranging words in frame plus she learned. Braille eighteen ninety. Helen learned of another deaf and blind girl in Norway. Who learned how to speak. She told an that she wanted to do the same and turn to Sarah Fuller a teacher at the Horse Man School for the deaf. Helen eagerly learned how to speak by feeling her teacher's mouth. She could pick up accents by detecting which syllables were longer than others. When she was fourteen years old helen enrolled in the right human school for the deaf in New York City. Two years later she started attending the Cambridge School for Young Ladies and Massachusetts she was admitted to Radcliffe College in one thousand nine hundred and graduated with honors in Nineteen Oh four. Helen grew up in an era. When deaf people were deeply misunderstood and mistreated a new movement of teachers believed sign? Language was primitive so they suppressed teaching sign and pushed speech training as way to assimilate deaf people into society. Deaf people were seen as inferior and many were thrown into asylums. Helen's breakthroughs and skills proved these perceptions false. She broke Taboos Bhai writing about her blindness for women's magazines like the Ladies Home Journal the Century McClure's and the Atlantic monthly and shared her story and several of her own books written over the course of fifty years including the story of my life optimism. The world I live in and the open door in one thousand nine hundred thirteen. Helen started lecturing with an interpreter at her side and traveled around the world several times. It was an historic day. At Sydney's deafen dominated. The youngsters have been fascinated by daily reports of their idol. The Great Helen Keller who triumphed over Dennis Dumbness and blindness. She mostly spoke in support of the American Foundation for the blind and she later established a two million dollar Endowment Fund for the Organization in Nineteen. Twenty Helen co-founder at the American Civil Liberties Union alongside Roger Nash Baldwin and other Advocates Helen's pioneering advocacy for the rights of deaf. Blind people helped lead to the release of disabled people from asylums. She also encouraged thirty states. Organize COMMISSIONS FOR THE BLIND LYNDON B. Johnson awarded her the Presidential Medal of freedom while she often depicted as such. Helen was not apolitical. She was an advocate for birth. Control and a staunch socialist. She was watched by the FBI. Who at the time kept files on people associated with communism? Perhaps surprisingly she was also a vocal proponent of eugenics all belief and practice was far more normalized by the scientific community at the time. Her support for the issue remains a highly complicating aspect of her. Legacy and Sullivan was helens faithful companion until her own death in October of nineteen thirty six. Helen continue to be an advocate and speaker until she passed away on June first. Nineteen sixty eight. Helen once wrote my life has been happy. Because I've had wonderful friends and plenty of interesting work to do. I seldom think about my limitations. And they never make me sad. It took around the nineteen sixties for sign language to be rediscovered in research circles beautiful language and vital tool while today deaf. People still face societal barriers. 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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Joe Exotic: Tiger King

Joe Exotic: Tiger King

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Joe Exotic: Tiger King

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Joe Exotic: Tiger King

Joe Exotic: Tiger King

08:42 min | 8 months ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Joe Exotic: Tiger King

"If you're looking to change your hair color but you're also looking out for your wallet you need to know about Madison Reed Madison Reed at home. Hair-color starts at just twenty two dollars. You just go online. Take their color quiz to find out your perfect shade and they'll deliver it right to your door for a fraction of the cost of going to the salon. I know a lot of you might be worried about trying to color your hair at home. Maybe had a bad experience in the past. Well I heard from Chelsea over at once as offices in La. She recently tried Madison Reed for the First Time. And she says that it was super simple when the kit came in at step by step instructions and everything she needed to do it right there at home and she's gotten a lot of compliments on the rich multidimensional color. She ended up with ready to find your perfect shade. Listeners of Joe Exotic get ten percent off plus free shipping on their first color kit with Code Joe Exotic. That's Code Joe Exotic all one word at Madison Dash Reed Dot Com visit. Madison Dash Dot Com now to find your perfect shade. That's Madison Dash Reed R. E. E. D. DOT COM Rick Kirkum eventually finished the sizzle reel and send it off to a number of major. Tv networks the real captured. Joe's wild side Big Thick. Joe Getting pounced on by Tiger Joe Coaxing a baby alligator to bite his employees on the Nipple Joe. Shooting another employee with a blow gun. It painted him as eccentric and unpredictable. But generally goodhart new rescue. It a truly rescued animal. That that is a safer dying or on its deathbed and you bring it back to. How do you have that connection? Rick and his partner shot the show around to a few cable networks. He was hopeful but when Rick finally heard back from them one after another they said the same thing Joe was too controversial and put them off in particular was Joe's Tiger Breeding and his feud with the animal rights activists it was starting to look like the TV show is never going to happen but someone was watching rick's videos one day. He received a facebook message. That said Rick. You need to know who you're working for you. Obviously Harrow. Credential Journalist Unique to read up and she sent me some links to read about. Joe and his abuse in the kind of guy was all out. The message was from Carol Baskin. Rick took it to Joe I said there's Carroll Baskin that you hate and are after as contact and he said Klay along with the playland get in good weather. Find out what's going on this. Maybe our chance and I gang continue to Tampa if you WANNA meet. Whether Rick did is he was told so I I just text back with her and say I keep hearing that but you know what isn't I mean. I'm just here to do a reality show. And she'd text by. They were pretty simple little tax but JOE TO HIM. He had a contact. Now that was directly talking to Carol and can find out what was going on in her world and he wanted me to play. Rick would later come to believe that showing Joe. Those texts was a mistake one. That would almost cost him his life as the year wore on Rick's job at the zoo was starting to weigh on him. He was drinking a lot and his relationship with Joe was starting to sour one Sunday night. Joanne Rick sitting in the office. The shelves were filled with Joe Exotic. Themed t shirts and other stuff ordered but no one had bought. Joe Was Chain Smoking Marlboro Lights. He was stressed about money. The ongoing lawsuit Carol was costing him hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees that night joe demanded to know how much money he had earned from the reality show and when he would get in. I own show I own everything. That's been shot in this zoo. Since I've been here for our contract I said so the money will come to me. I will give you your share of the money and that point Joe got so furious. Look Man I'll run you off the fines Joe. At this point you can run me off the part I can still sell the show. He went beserk. You want. How do I know you're not doing and deal with Carol Basket? I don't I know what's going to come out. You know what I'm going to tell me you're going to put in the show. We had this big argument. And I said Joe you really WanNa push me. You know how much I have on tape. I told him look motherfucker. You don't want the world to see the video I have because it'll put you in jail and will take this park away and even you motherfucker the Fuck Outta my office. The next morning when Rick tried to open the door to the studio. He couldn't get in. He says the locks had been changed and Joe was nowhere to be found. Two days later. Rick was asleep in his trailer. It was six in the morning. Get your cameras. Somebody's shooting down and we're like what is it. We got no CAM. They're studio. Rick rushed to the studio. The door was hanging off the hinges and the white metal walls were charred black and gray from the smoke. He peered inside. There was nothing it was as though someone had lit oven inside the studio and newest nothing in there was nothing about four inches of ash and water from Fire Department when we had metal racks metal desks and computers. And you couldn't tell what had been in there because there was not a frame burn so hot in there and those hard drives with everything had recorded from the past year. They were gone. I stand back after seeing and drop to my knees and cried. I lost my Mo- in that moment and I said listen I'm out of here. I'm grabbing my dog and on going back and Dallas. New Guys Good Luck. We got nothing to do anymore and and I remember rink Coming up in rigby is coming in. They WanNa talk to you. And I'm like tell them to call me in Dallas because I'm going home. Rick left that day. While investigators combed over the charred ruins they found regular burn patterns and smell of something like gasoline which led them to believe. This was the work of an arsonist. Three days after the fire. Rick Jove back to Oklahoma to pick up some equipment. He'd left at the zoo. I walked in the door and everybody looked at me like I was an alien and watched through to the back arc and the security and a couple of other guys came running out going. Call the police. He burned it down. He got twenty thousand dollars from Carol Bask and we know what a luxury and you talking about. The employees claimed. Joey found emails from Carol offering money for his hard drives and they have the police come. I told the place I don't know what they're talking about. I came to get my property. The police believe the part. Rick asked if he could get the rest of his stuff from his trailer. One of the employees said no jobs. Has everything stays until he goes through the next year even stealing some like okay. I never went back. I did not to go back to the world of joing. Sonic was so. It was a farce. A wasn't real after he left. Rick One into forget all about the suit. I was a journalist when I went in. I honestly sold out my own journalistic ethics. Because I knew I had an unbelievable million dollar show on my hands and so I I look the other way on a lot on the bad shit and he'd been animals. Joe Harmed the verbal abuse. Not to mention the lies. It turned out. Joe Never even had cancer. Rick settled into a new place in Dallas. Six months later in the middle of the night. Rick woke up to find his bedroom filled with smoke punch to glass window and lost consciousness before he could get out. Firefighters hold them from the building with minutes to spare. Rick spent two weeks the hospital and survived. His dog was not as lucky. Neither case was ever solved..

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

24:42 min | 1 year ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Did find Kelly's carseat but she wasn't in it and he pushed the seat aside and easily found Kelly and she's just under two years old she's a baby I slay cliffs and the plan was they're just going to park there and look at the water but the kids wanted to play the got the kids out and they played for a while on the dock Coulda your story about those Porta potties s I would much rather p outside Nagorno Bonnie yeah especially if I was a boy so Amanda Story did differ from her water right well it might have been as they were going under before the ads were submerged but still the kids are screaming for help that makes it all the more unbelievable that you would just leave them and go to the phone and she it said that she could see their faces looking at her through the back window as the car sank and then she also at the same time denied that she would ever do anything to hurt her children so the whole story about their faces in the back window day that just seems like fiction to me and that makes me think that the whole story was bullshit and that those kids were purposely drown a long time before she been called nine one one her degree you agree I mean the thing you will say bigger so their little faces in the rear window he has movie because some sympathy for matters well until leave them if that was the case even makes sense to me and it wouldn't be that simple that they're all just lined up in the back window especially in two year old that's not the way it would work so I don't believe her story at all aw so there you know so Amanda was staying with Maurice and they're the first hospital for some time and finally her mother convinced her to go to Peoria to be with Kaley meanwhile Maruska charged with driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license as I don't know if he failed a breathalyzer that was not released but he was charged with driving under the influence something although from what I've read it seemed like he just always on a little bit of something right he lived his life high who were they smoke marijuana I wouldn't be surprised that he had a little weeden him exactly but it was obvious right away the police didn't believe them and just the the biggest thing was just made no sense why they couldn't be saved in Peoria there was fatal very faint hope to Kaley could be saved amend his mother and her fiance Lindy made a quick trip home to get close and headed to Peoria the Kelley are other family and friends making a trip as well and they wanNA disappoint Amanda at the same time knows upsetting to so many people the receiving a man of being more interested in what was going on with Maurice while share that would be off an upset me well yes she actually Orlandi cell phone multiple times to call Maurice and he was being interviewed by police and then she even expressed worry that he would be held for Dui by now who in their right mind when they had two children die in another one probably dying when gives shit about if your boyfriend got a DUI that's just outrageous and upsetting oh just doesn't add up doesn't jive no no so by nine thirty the next Morning Marie got to pee aurea during this time Kaley never showed any recovery in that afternoon she was taken off life support the three of the kids are now God yes said tragedy having any way you look at it is a terrible tragedy years rotas neighbors gathered at Annan Lindy's House Amanda Maurice Roseanne they left to go to the store to buy cigarettes and then shortly after they returned to the us they went to the bathroom together to take a shower so hughes his house full of morning people horrible tragedy and here's the mother and boyfriend taking a shower together that the suit well people could hear them in the shower and there were some people that believe there was sex what's going on in there so that was disturbing the police came by the house for a mandate Maurice about nine pm that night and the couple agreed to talk to them they were allowed to use ann's car to drive to the sheriff's office and once they were there they were of course taken into separate rooms to be questioned a woman had actually the police earlier to tell police which she'd seen she was at the leg with her daughter when she saw a car speed past them on the road leading to the ballroom and that was this amandas ninety seven cutlass she saw a black man driving in a boy who looked about three years old standing in the back seat looking over his shoulder but she didn't see another adult in the passenger seat and she didn't see any other children so this is a curious thing Sudas burr you know you look paying attention that much right exactly kind of look over Nisei black-eyed drive in kid on the roof seat behind him you might not even notice the other people in the car yes that the speeding was troubling but the kid being unbuckle I don't know how much speeding he could do. I mean there in the parking lot of this place well I guess he came tearing down the street and called in and it was dangerous and that could be a sign of him being angry I believe even though it was angry or under the influence exactly it's not something you should be doing with children especially unbuckled no no Amanda swore that she was sitting in the front seat and the kids buckled into the seat belts she said after they parked on the ramp Christopher's baseball cap flew into the lake and Amanda said she stripped down to her underwear and waited in to retrieve it with the water was too cold so she gave up yes so she said it was Ostad who said he was tired and wanted to go home children returned to the back seat then and buckled up their seatbelts because the car was so close to the water the man is said that she did tell Maurice to put his left foot on the brake and his right foot on the gas and when they went into the lake she had directed the boys to take off their seatbelts and that's why they weren't buckled but she blamed shock and panic for her failure to react quickly and to save her children she didn't know what to do so she went to call nine one one so that at around eleven pm Amanda Ask to stop the interview and she asked for an attorney but then she would retract the request in cry out in pretty much beg them talking to her and I think it's because they were making her feel bad when she s fern attorney they get angry and she wanted to please them and I do believe that that would be in her personality no she wanted while she wound to believe her let's one big thing yeah but I think when you say stop the interview at one not Ernie there's always this feeling of like they're treating you like oh you're a guilty person and you're not cooperating because you're doing that and you have to be strong enough to stand up to that yeah this is some of that but you can also say that that they figured they are getting ready for her to break of course they were disappointed yeah but the and she rejected the request for an attorney and she said I want to keep on talking so they brought her back to the interrogation room and I think they actually had scientists statement because she said she wanted attorney and then retracted that request so we're back at square one anyway she's willing to speak with you're turning yet she actually signed a form forgoing her right to counsel at that point so it was getting pretty late into the night but the detective had Amanda Start All over her with her story from the beginning of that day they tried to get more information on her relationship with Maurice in order to get a motive for purposely drowning these children and this would be what they would work on for the next several months yet has plenty to investigate so before we get into that let's talk about your Edwin Madison Reed. 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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

This is Actually Happening

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Jacket. She looked at the names of the drugs. The fettuccine and kept appro towns a little bit about these drugs. Why did she have these think whether both blood pressure medicines? The fed opean is when it's called a calcium channel blacker and they're used for blood pressure, maybe certain kinds of heart conditions and sometimes for. Stroke victims. But what it does is causes the blood vessels to open up in dilate. So if you're hypertensive lowers your blood pressure now, the type of Nefa pin that she had in her pocket had never been prescribed for any patient and ward, see. So there's no reason for her to have that in her pocket the risen capped appro. Another blood pressure medicine. It's called an ace inhibitor. Nets a seal Colin histories, enzyme inhibitor, which doesn't matter except the motza blood pressure. So they both would lower blood pressure. Right. And I guess if you administered both at once you could lower the blood pressure pretty dangerously, right? They act in different fashions because high blood pressure is bad. But you gotta have some blood pressure. Are the bloods net move in at all in your dying? That's right. That's my simple way of thinking about role. It's good. It enough way to think about now during this time period. Kristen did a lot of unexplainable things. She called the veterinarian and asked for so ace promising for their labrador retriever who she claimed was prone to car sickness, and she told the vet that the family was planning a road trip. But neither was true. There was no road trip planned and that dog had never been Carson. I've owned a lot of dogs. I've never known a dog to get carsick. I'm not saying they can't I'm sure they can. But I don't think it's very frequent thing that happens. Car Royds spend my experience, but Kristen told Glenn that she was drying his blood at home one day, and she was going to take it to the hospital to recheck the potassium level. So this was after she'd been rummaging through the medicine cabinet, and after she'd called the veterinarian, but when she went to draw his blood, she injected a clear liquid into his vein telling him who had no medical training at all had no idea, she told him she had to flush the vein before she drew blood. Now, we know that's not true for from it that would ruin the home lead test test share. But then when she injected the liquid Glenn said that he felt numbness in his arm and he passed out for several minutes. He tried to talk to her about it afterwards. And she just kind of pooh-poohed it. Oh, Glen, you're making a big deal at enough then you just passed out a little bit, and he was passive. He let it go. You're finally your she left him Kristen left, Glenn and she began to date James Pero openly. How lucky was Glenn that she didn't kill him seems like you escaped narrowly. Yeah. I think so he came close to his still around. Yes. So they separated she's dating James and Glenn kept the kids while Kristen moved into an apartment, and she saw the kids while Glenn was at work, and she didn't seem to mind that such seemed. Okay, I think she was just so excited to have this boyfriend and be able to go out with him. You're the stuff we've learned about her. She certainly didn't seem like a maternal type. Now, I think the only time she was maternal is when it served her. So let's take a short break here for our wonderful sponsors. Okay. What's really great about? Credit cards is the freedom. They give you to do the things in life that you really want and often really need to do. But of course, the downside is the high interest rates pay your bills. And if you have good credit, you shouldn't be paying outrageous interest rates just for the convenience of using your own credit card. Enter light stream, it's a simple way to save money without piles of forms to fill out and no visits to a Bank or lender. 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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on I, Survivor

I, Survivor

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on I, Survivor

"Merry christmas. Merca see you to Jenna. I can't believe the year's almost over. We've survived a season of ice arriver survived. I hope you've had more fun than that. But all of you guys. It really has been incredible speaking to so many inspiring people. Yes, like math. There are lengthy stitches limitation for a reason because it takes a long time to process trauma, and Dr punch the thing you say about shock is super important. But if you can get a kit applied or stop the bleeding with compression before they go into shock, then they have a ninety percent chance of surviving. Forget the women who helped us launch the show Nancy Carroll Kelly. I heard this voice in my head like hanging there. Cal like, you're so close, and is the first thing out of my mouth. I was just like not today. Game kill you. And if you're listening, thank you for sharing your stories with us today, we have a really wild story to send you out on. And I think it'll make you feel better about all the craziness of your own holidays. I I'm so excited to hear. Well, good news bears. We don't have to wait long. Let's get in the mood. Imagine it's Christmas break your home from college. And before you laze two glorious weeks having absolutely nothing to do. No school. No homework. No deadlines. You had your tonsils taken out a few days ago, a pretty invasive surgery. So now, you're mostly chilling. It's dream come true. But your hungry, and it's been a few days since he mailed eat solid food and the house, smells amazing. On this Christmas dinner. Never looked so good. There's Turkey there's HoneyBaked ham, garlic, mashed potatoes fresh baked rolls melted butter. You can't help yourself and surely one bite won't hurt. It's the best thing you've ever tasted. So you take two more bites. It feels like there's a wildfire burning down your throat and everything starts to taste metallic. Suddenly, you're coughing up blood. You run to the bathroom when you look in the mirror, and there's blood coming out of your mouth and your nose, and it's all over the sink. Someone call nine one one. I've been really trying to take myself care game to the next level this year and part of myself care routine is making sure my hair looks fantastic. Two four seven three six five because having fresh hair-color is just one of those little things that does help me feel my best. But since I travel a lot I don't always have time to spend hours and hours in a salon. And that's why I love Madison Reed Madison Reed is reinventing the way women color their hair. It's the quality of Sloan color, the convenience and affordability of at home hair-color, and it's an ammonia free formula with ingredients that you can feel good about putting all over your head. You don't have to sacrifice the quality your hair color, just because you're short on time with Madison Reed, you can get gorgeous Italian made multidimensional hair-color delivered straight to your door on schedule for less than twenty five dollars. And if you're worried about picking a color online don't be Madison Reed makes it super easy. Just answer a few questions about your hair, and you'll be finding your perfect shade in no time head to Madison. Dash Reed dot com. To find your perfect color today. I survivor. Listeners. We'll get ten percent off plus free shipping on your first color kit with promo code survivor, that's code survivor at Madison dash Reed dot com. From wondering I got way when key and I'm Jenna Brister. And this is. Ever. This is a show about the people who fought back who won. And you spend each day rising above the trauma of their experiences for getting a little sentimental because dear listeners, it is the end of season one Hyderabadi, I'm Leah and I'm the producer of ice arriver. I know you don't really hear my voice. But since it's the end of season one, I just really wanted to say, thank you so much for listening. Thank you. Everyone who's written us an Email or written to us on social media. Thank you to everybody who has shared is arrive with your friends. It's your support that makes the show possible. And we got we in Jena, I'm gonna miss you guys so much, but good news. We've been picked up for a second season. And we've had a great time working on the show for the past year season two starts in April. And I know April probably feels a really long time away. But please keep in touch. We'll still be checking our emails while we're on hiatus and hearing her stories is honestly, one of the best parts of this show. So please reach out to us. I survivor at wondering dot com. That's I S U R V I V O R at wondering dot com. And with that. Let's get to our story for today. Tracy Rowland joins us from New York to tell us about a particularly bloody Christmas she and her family had one year. Here's our conversation with Tracy. Well, it started off with a really really fabulous idea of my mom's. And that was that I should have an elective tonsilectomy over the Christmas holidays. So already already word we're in good shape. So her plan was my mom is very practical woman, shoes, single working mom, and she she thought things through and so the deal with having my tonsilectomy over Christmas. I was a senior in college. I needed it. Because I was a getting sick. I was getting strep throat, and this was sort of prophylactic tonsilectomy that I would stop getting sick. And then she said, well, if you have it over the Christmas holidays, you're not gonna miss any school. You're not going to miss any of your part time job as over couldn't. She couldn't help herself. She also had a dad, and it wouldn't hurt for you to skip a couple of holiday meals. So that was I

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"Well Halloween is upon us. Which means it's time to delve into the science of the creepy and crawly, and there's no better item in nature that is creepy and terrifying than the idea of these. And I know I know what you're thinking zombies are so yesterday there on the decline the Walking Dead is over but zombies in the animal kingdom, art, more terrifying than these Mbeki's in science fiction and pop culture, you you don't have to take my word for it. You can listen to this week's guest, Matt Simon. He's a writer at wired and his first book called the waas that brainwashed. The Caterpillar vaulted him into this area exploring all the forms of zombie ISM that exists in the animal kingdom from funguses that take over ans- too obvious. Waas that that takeover caterpillars to viruses that takeover are human brains and even the. Sorry. And even worms that migrate from fish bird back to fish these are heroin stories. So I warn you the listener that these are terrifying. Tales because at points during this interview, I fell silent because of how just outrageous some of the stories are it's just a reminder that when we think about behavior in the animal kingdom, everything isn't quite what it seems. And we might have a lot less free will than we initially thought mat-su book is called. Sorry. Adam one more time Matt's new book is called plight of the living dead. What real life zombies reveal about our world in ourselves with that. Let's take a short break and be back with my interview with Matt Simon. This is sponsored by Madison Reed Madison Reed is a company that the founder Amy Eric named after her daughter, and it's revolutionizing the way women color their hair for decades women have had two options outdated at home hair-color or the time inexpensive going to a salon. So any created Madison Reed because she believes the women deserve better than the status quo. Madison Reed is reinventing.

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"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"madison reed madison reed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On your favorite podcasting up. Coming up on morning edition here on Keith. Senator Marco Rubio says White House officials who feel they can no longer serve the president. Should simply resign. Moron. Rubio's reaction to the anonymous New York Times op Ed in just a few moments support for NPR comes from Sony Pictures classics, presenting the wife, a new film starring Glenn Close says a woman who's thirty. Plus your marriage is challenged when her husband received the Nobel prize also starring Jonathan Pryce in Christian Slater. Now playing Madison Reed Madison Reed delivers at home hair color, made in Italy and over forty five shades, all with great coverage and added ingredients like Carrington and argon oil more at Madison dash Reed dot com. And the listeners and members of the public radio eighty eight point five FM. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Here's one response to the Trump administration official who says aides are working to constrain an amoral president. The anonymous official said that in a New York Times opinion, article Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida says that is the wrong way to approach. The problem Rubio argues that a president should be constrained by elections or by congress. So what should congress be doing Rubio spoke with us in his office near the capital? The way our system of government works someone's elected, president United States and hear her picks the staff to work for them and the people who work for the president worked at the pleasure of the president. And a moment comes when that person no longer feels like they can serve the president. They should leave the administration, and if they feel compelled to speak publicly about what they saw or disagreed with. They should do so openly. What I don't think is appropriate is to say, I'm still working here. But here are the things we are doing to undermine duly elected president, and or constrain the duly elected president because that runs counter, our constitutional Republic that is the role of congress, and ultimately the role of elections what you're talking about congress there. That's you in effect. You are the constitutional check on the president in some situations. And we now have a circumstance where there's a large number of accounts coming out of the White House coming out of the administration describing a president who is someone out of control arguably unfit for us. That's one of the unique aspects of this new era is it's so difficult to discern truth from exaggeration anymore. We're all guilty of it to some extent, but suffice it to say that on the policy issues. I would argue that while it doesn't get much coverage the interplay between the administration and congress plays out every single day. We had a circuit court judge nomination that was withdrawn as a result of pushback from the Senate we've had changes to legislation as well. Is it possible that staff member? Are speaking out in this way, because congress is not looking sufficiently into the way the president is doing his job. Well, again, the congress can look at the way the president's doing his job based on the policies. The president is promoting and I would argue that if you look at the policies that this administration has followed for the most part, of course, there's support for those things this op Ed writer describes a president who so erotic that there were quote whispers in the captain about applying the twenty fifth amendment, which is a way to remove a president who's seen is unable to perform his duties late in the presidency of Ronald Reagan, his then chief of staff Howard Baker. It's a matter of history conducted an examination even talking to the president himself to try to determine is there a twenty fifth amendment problem here should John Kelly be doing that. That's a stretch we're talking here. More about a behavioral issue in terms of what some people claim anonymously, they don't like temperament, and that's a very different situation. I've never had John Kelly or frankly anyone in the administration. Come to me and said any of the things that have been reported in the last seventy she was coming to them and asking well, again, I mean, you could I mean, but ultimately why and I suppose in the end if they had these real concerns and in the types of conversations of how do people in the past. I'm confident that that would have come out your colleague, Bob corker, Tennessee, Republican chairman of the foreign relations committee has made public statements essentially the same as the op-ed writer that the staff is controlling the president not controlling the president. But pushing them to make less irresponsible choices is there really any damage, but that's not every president has a. Pull and tug within any administration. I mean that that's a fact that happens all the time and every administration does the president strike you and your interactions with him or the staff around him as responsible focused on target fit. Well, he strikes me as Donald Trump, which is he's not a political figure. He understands and describes issues differently from someone who served twenty years in the Senate would describe them. But he has a pretty clear understanding of what's at stake with China has a pretty clear understanding in the conversations I've had with him about what's at stake in Venezuela. He has a pretty clear understanding of the risks involved in this engagement with south Korea, North Korea. We understanding about North Korea. He proclaims that the nuclear threat has been taken care of with north. But again that goes back to the nonpolitical guy. And that is a non-political. It's not never let me tell you why. Because in his view, he's a negotiator. He's applying his business, and that's why I tell you he wouldn't express himself the way at twenty or Senator or a member of the council foreign relations what in his mind. And I'm gonna go she ate her and the way to get the other guy to give me more of what I want is to be nice to him. But he is fully aware that North Korea poses a threat. But he's trying to reach a deal. I personally in my view, Kim Jong UN doesn't want to do. And I've said that to him. And I've said it his administration one more thing. I asked you see fit you answered. Well, he's Donald Trump. I understand that. But is he fit? I have not personally seen or been told by any anything that causes me to believe that he's not fit to service service, president willing to say in a positive sense. Yes, he is fit based on everything I've seen the no now that doesn't mean I agree with everything he's done or every conclusion is reached. And that doesn't mean that I would express myself or that he always expresses himself in ways that I would hope the president would. But that doesn't make them on fit that just makes them different from what I would prefer and the one best way. I would describe it as I love a lot of things that he's doing on a lot of public policy. Many of them are things that politicians have been promising to do for a long time. And never did. I just wish we could have that. Without all the other stuff flora. Republican Senator Marco Rubio and elsewhere on today's program, we talk of human rights in China. Brazil is in the middle of a presidential race. But the race has been thrown into turmoil. After the front runner was stabbed yesterday at a campaign rally J year Bolsonaro the candidate from the far right was lucky to survive this attack. NPR's Philip Reeve's reports from Rio de Janeiro both sonata was doing what he often does on the campaign trail he was out in the streets pressing the flesh in the middle of a crowd. Videos posted online show. Support the shoulders when he suddenly stabbed with a knife to the stomach and topples every agony police say they arrested the suspected attacker amount age forty the man reportedly told investigators he was acting on the orders of God. The attack happened in the city of choice to photo in southeast Brazil, both underwent a two hour ration- to stop internal bleeding talk to the hospital afterwards described his condition as serious but stable political tensions were already running high in Brazil after the authorities banned former leftist President Lula da Silva, the clear leader in the polls from running because of the corruption convictions. He's in prison. That left boats and auto a sixty three year old retired. Army captain is front runner. Both scenarios a polarizing figure law and order hotline with a record for racist, sexist and Hobart phobic remarks yet corruption crime and recession have turned many Brazilians away from mainstream establishment politicians and towards boatswain scenario. Doctors say it likely take weeks for both another to recover from his wounds. It's not yet care what will happen to his campaign. Brazilians are debating how this attack might affect his chances of winning. Professor Maggio Coimbra is a political strategist both scenario was being heavily attacked by his opponents on TV and probably his competitors. Will stop the attacks. Now because he is in the hospital and news. British neil. This is NPR news over to Ted Stevens. Another look at traffic.

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