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Why Black Officers Find Breach Of U.S. Capitol Particularly Upsetting

Morning Edition

04:29 min | 5 months ago

Why Black Officers Find Breach Of U.S. Capitol Particularly Upsetting

"Law enforcement officers were overpowered by that violent mob in the nation's capital. Last week. Disturbing videos show that police officers were kicked and punched and beaten with flagpoles. One police officer was killed and another later died by suicide off duty. But there were also a few police officers that appeared to sympathize with the mob. MPR's Leila Fadel reports that for current and retired black police officers It was particularly upsetting. Last week sharing Blackman Malloy watched her former colleagues try to stave off Attackers of the capital alone. Black officer heroically facing a largely white mob as they first breach the building. A lot of them felt like they were all all along black when Malloy is a retired U. S Capitol police officer and the vice president of the United States Black Capitol Police Association. Which led a class action lawsuit in 2012 against the Capitol police for alleged discrimination. She's also the lead plaintiff in the historic 2001 class action discrimination lawsuit against the Capitol Police board. Our organization is calling for criminal charges against the sergeant at arms of the House and the Senate, as well as the former U. S. Capitol police chief who resigned after the attack because they loved them unprepared. She spoken to black police officers that were at the Capitol that day. They're traumatized. Some of the crowd called him the n word. Some are injured. They're also scared because they saw a few of their white colleagues show sympathy with the mob. Several Capitol police officers were suspended as the department investigates the attack on Congress, among them the officer who took Selfies with writers and another who popped on a mag, a hat and directed Attackers around the building. Blackman. Malloy says black Capitol police officers told her this about inauguration Day and then now you expect me to go stand beside an officer not knowing whether or not he's one of one of the terrorists, that's what that's what we did. Then Maybe there were some off duty police officers from outside D. C in the crowd. Police departments are investigating, and that's not lost on so many police officers around the country, particularly black police officers who faced discrimination on the force. Carl Shaw sued the police division of the city of Columbus for racial discrimination and settled for $475,000. You have good police also said you have actually saucers, and in my case, if it wouldn't have been for white officers standing up and risking their careers, wouldn't have had a leg to stand on. I just think we need to change the way we police and the hiring practices. Also the settlement, which conceded no wrongdoing included to demand that the retaliation he faced for reporting racism by superior be a fireable offense. Char retires next month. If you're trading black officers this way, What are you doing to the general public? Heather Taylor, recently retired sergeant from the ST Louis Police Department was texting with other black officers as she watched the attack on Congress. She thought about many of our fellow officers who made the assumption that Trump flags meant support for law enforcement, even when the crowds were incited by the president's lies and included hate groups. Meanwhile, black lives matter. Protestors demanding racial justice were treated as hostile. I don't know maybe realize that these people who are extremists who are militia Who are a part of these groups or about civil war. They want civil war They want to do away with the government and law enforcement has hair to him. Taylor most recently headed the Ethical Society of Police, a ST Louis police organization that addresses racial discrimination in the police force and the community. Okay, well, they're gonna shake I'm going to say that these people are going to turn on them that the police are going to see that the same people that you supported over African Americans in black lives matter. You're going to see that it's different that they're going to turn on you. Sure enough, it was worse than what we could ever imagine. In Minneapolis Metro Transit Police chief Eddie Frizzell says he did more planning for the Super Bowl in Minneapolis than what he saw in the capital last week. Now he worries about the expected armed protests around the country. This weekend. I served in Bosnia bright after the war to orange n aside, had taken place and we've seen what tyrannical regime will do to a country in Iraq. And all those experiences are all coming to a head right now. It gives me a frame of reference to take my experiences, and we have to actually apply them to the unknown that we're experiencing right now known that we're experiencing right now. Leila Fadel NPR

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"malloy" Discussed on Criminal

Criminal

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"malloy" Discussed on Criminal

"As very easy money but they had no idea how hard it would actually be. Michael molloy became known across the country as the man who just wouldn't die. I'm phoebe judge. This is criminal free. This past recommended to mike malloy that he buy some life insurance.

Priest tapped to be bishop by Pope Francis resigns after sexual abuse probe

Dave Ramsey

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Priest tapped to be bishop by Pope Francis resigns after sexual abuse probe

"Tapped by Pope Francis to become a bishop for a northern Minnesota diocese, Michael Malloy has resigned after an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor surfaced before he could take up the job. He had been in the Diocese of Rapid City, South Dakota.

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"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Love you all right. I hope you enjoyed that. Conversation about bloodshot. Thank you to show me for being here. Like I said in the intro. We do have special. Follow up to this episode coming up in a couple of days with a special guest. So that's all say but keep an eye out for that and as always if you enjoy the show. We'd love it if you rate and review us on Apple podcasts or Pod chaser whether doing that twenty five cent meals on wheels donation for every review left. So I think that would be a great way for you to donate some money that you don't even have to donate the money. They donate the money for you just by leaving us. A review go to pod chaser search for piecing together and leave us a rating. That would be awesome if he did that. you can also follow us on social media at. Piecing pod joined the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces and you can also no support us on patriotic. That'd be cool. We're doing a promotion right now on there. Where if you a sign up for at least three dollar a month Patriotic level. You're going to get some advanced downloads of some of my new music that I've been working on so I am getting ready to finish up a few of the tracks and I'm going to put them together. It's like a little free download thing. It's obviously a freer paying monthly that patriot. But it's a Thing exclusively for the people who do pay that subscription rate and. I really really appreciate the people who do that. it's incredible that there's some people out there who are subscribed. I thank them very much and I want to continue making some great content for you guys and I really excited about this new music that I've been working on so I'm going to be sharing more of that with you soon have already shared a couple of tracks on the show but Already twelve tracks that I've started. I mean I've got some really good stuff in the works really excited about it so I guess it's time to close this one ow and by the way I really happy even though bloodshot. It's not the greatest movie role much to say that it's good but I didn't know it's not good but it was fun to talk about. Let's put it that way but I'm really happy though that there is new movies coming out. Let's put it that way new big movies because of course you're going to get these little you know little straight. Vod kind of movies but this is a big movie the kind of movie that would have a big blockbuster opening weekend at the theater and theaters are all closed. And we all miss going to theater. If you love movies like I do you miss. Go into the theater like I do. And so You know it's not the same watching it at home but just the fact that it's a big movie and regain a C- a new big movie. That's exciting so you know. Hopefully this thing isn't GonNa last that much longer. We'll get to go back to the theater soon. But in the meantime I do hope to be able to watch some some new big movies here and there so let's Let's causes thing out with a piece of music and You know I've been teasing all the new stuff. I'm putting out but the newest stuff that I put out is the beater original motion picture soundtrack. And I'M GONNA play a track from that This is a track from that from the actual film beater and it is called cycles. It's actually the first track an album. It's a it's a bit of Moody piece. It sets the tone for the film beater and Some of some of the elements that are on display within the track cycles. They kind of come and go in like make their way through as a theme throughout some of the other tracks on the album on the on the score itself and so It's it's an important piece for the entire film and for the entire soundtrack so this is cycles which is from the film beater. And it's on the beater original motion picture soundtrack. Which my newest album? That's available now on all the major digital music services so this cycles from beater. We'll be back with more piecing it together coming up next week. own Hello ooh..

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"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"That could be apple podcasts. Stitcher or spotify. We're all over the web as well as an awesome movie. You're on all the social and awesome movie. Your dot com so please like US subscribe and if you do like five star rating because we love you all right. I hope you enjoyed that. Conversation about bloodshot. Thank you to show me for being here. Like I said in the intro. We do have special. Follow up to this episode coming up in a couple of days with a special guest. So that's all say but keep an eye out for that and as always if you enjoy the show. We'd love it if you rain review us on Apple podcasts or Pod chaser whether doing that twenty five cent meals on wheels donation for every review left so. I think that would be a great way for you to donate some money that you don't even have to donate the money. They donate the money for you just by leaving us. A review go to pod chaser search for piecing together and leave us a rating. That would be awesome if he did that. you can also follow us on social media at. Piecing pod joined the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces and you can also no support us on patriotic. That'd be cool. We're doing a promotion right now on there. Where if you a sign up for at least three dollar a month Patriotic level. You're going to get some advanced downloads of some of my new music that I've been working on so I am getting ready to finish up a few of the tracks and I'm going to put them together. It's like a little free download thing. It's obviously a freer paying monthly that patriot. But it's a Thing exclusively for the people who do pay that subscription rate and. I really really appreciate the people who do that. it's incredible that there's some people out there who are subscribed. I thank them very much and I want to continue making some great content for you guys and I really excited about this new music that I've been working on so I'm going to be sharing more of that with you soon have already shared a couple of tracks on the show but Already twelve tracks that I've started. I mean I've got some really good stuff in the works really excited about it so I guess it's time to close this one ow and by the way I really happy even though bloodshot. It's not the greatest movie much to say that it's good but I didn't know it's not good but it was fun to talk about. Let's put it that way but I'm really happy though that there is new movies coming out. Let's put it that way new big movies because of course you're going to get these little you know little straight. Vod kind of movies but this is a big movie the kind of movie that would have a big blockbuster opening weekend at the theater and theaters are all closed. And we all miss going to theater. If you love movies like I do you miss. Go into the theater like I do. And so You know it's not the same watching it at home but just the fact that it's a big movie and regain a C- a new big movie. That's exciting so you know. Hopefully this thing isn't GonNa last that much longer. We'll get to go back to the theater soon. But in the meantime I do hope to be able to watch some some new big movies here and there so let's Let's causes thing out with a piece of music and You know I've been teasing all the new stuff. I'm putting out but the newest stuff that I put out is the beater original motion picture soundtrack. And I'M GONNA play a track from that This is a track from that from the actual film beater and it is called cycles. It's actually the first track an album. It's a it's a bit of Moody piece sets the tone for the film beater and Some of some of the elements that are on display within the track cycles. They kind of come and go in like make their way through as a theme throughout some of the other tracks on the album on the on the score itself and so It's it's an important piece for the entire film and for the entire soundtrack so this is cycles which is from the film beater. And it's on the beater original motion picture soundtrack. Which my newest album? That's available now on all the major digital music services so this cycles from beater. We'll be back with more piecing it together coming up next week. Own Hello.

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"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Now it's back on and immediately they're gonNA jump into green lighting as many connected things as they possibly can. You know it's like because they know that once they get one they can try to. Just start knocking them one after another after another so. It makes sense to to try to reach into this. Even though it's not really quite the pedigree that the marvel or the DC is. Yeah and I think Sony knew that as well because if you look at the marketing I thought this was really interesting. If you look at it the marketing they they clearly know that what they have is sure. Maybe it's a co- character but they know that it's not something that I think is commonplace in. Common Knowledge is say an iron man or Spiderman or whatever because if you look at all of the marketing every poster every trailer everything it says almost as big of a font as Vin. Diesels name it says based on the best selling comic series just to let you know you know what I mean. Yeah by the way. This is one of those guys serious and I swear yeah and I remember reading. I remember reading that Yet basically Sony They they bought the valiant universe so I think they were. I think they were hoping that if bloodshot did really well then that they would green light and Exa Mana war movie and an Archer and Armstrong movie and trying to think what else came at a valiant. There was another weird one called Magnus robot fighter. Whatever unfortunately considering the the shutdown of the theaters and what happened. I don't think we're going to get any more valiant based properties which is yeah which I would. I don't think there's going to be too many hurt feelings over that but it is interesting and with regard to what universal did with with the mummy like you said. I just thought I thought that was just. It was extremely ballsy for them to. Do you know what I mean I. It's it's really. It's one thing with the avengers where Marvel Bay. They earned it if you remember. They did their ironman movie. And then they had that little teaser. At the end is kind of wet people's excitement to see if that's what people wanted and then they put out another one and then they put out another one but to you know basically put one movie out there and then just say hey. We're starting universe guys with without even seeing the ticket sales of that it's like wow you really count your chickens there. Aren't you and look. How look how? Well it works Taylor. It does not so. I'm going to start jumping in some puzzle pieces of mine and so I want to say though before I get to my first one when I when I watched this movie I of I watched it at home. I joked online a about my dad wanted to watch it so he bought it on our shared Amazon prime account and so now I own bloodshot like me but I said is true but I don't normally do this but I was just kind of sitting at home watching the movie. Normally you know mostly you're doing theatrically released movies. I wait till the movies over. Make some notes that things that come to mind. I was just kind of sitting here. Jot Down ideas as I was going through the movie chronologically so my pieces are going to be a little bit weird. They're kind of going to be based off of things that I noticed while I was watching the movie chronologically beginning end so that being said when we're first introduced to the You know spoiler I form the bad guy. He is doing a little dance number. That is you know straight out of the classic Michael Madsen Reservoir dogs seen so just but instead of Instead of you know that song he's dancing to that psycho killer song. I forget who sings Drawing a blank right now but yeah I. It's a similar thing though just showing how crazy the guy is by By his doing something you know so horrible and and You know just crazy while you know dancing around to to pop song so I just was totally reminded that well you know. That scene reminded me of actually and again going along with that whole idea of of your soldier who's being manipulated by the bad guys and wants to turn on them. But did you ever see Gamer with Gerard Butler? I don't think I ever actually saw that. You know it's it's very trashy so just go in and it's very tragic. I it's actually. I think it's kind of a fun movie. I think it's really Kinda cool and Down I think has a little more originality to it than this one did but the main bad guy in that one The actor the actor is escaping me. But he was the lead on that show. Dexter Oh yeah. Yeah Michael C Hall Michalski Hall. So he plays the villain and that one and there's a scene as well where he does this huge dance number right before he does something diabolical Yam now so yes. That's what that's what reminded me but I do like the the Michael Madsen reference there just classic. We were talking about that earlier today. And it's just such a such a great scene so All right well. What do you got for your next piece said well you know I mentioned? I mentioned universal soldier. Okay and you're you're familiar with the with the first universal soldier. Sure okay. Have you seen any of the sequels? Maybe that's a big. Maybe on my part possible rentals back in the day but definitely saw the first one. Okay okay so okay. So yeah while. This film is Very very much akin to the original universal soldier The fourth a universal soldier movie. Yes they did. Make for. Universal soldier movies But the film bloodshot is. I looked at it to be honest. David. It is a shameless rip off of Universal Soldier Day of reckoning which is the fourth one and the universal soldier franchise and I imagine. I don't know who is listening to this or anybody out there. I think I may have been one of the only people who is watching bloodshot saying this is the exact same thing as Universal Soldier Day of reckoning that film that went direct to video six years ago really is basically in in your in universal soldier. Day of reckoning the the lead character in that one is Scott Adkins who's an amazing martial artists and rising action star in the area but basically that when he is a universal soldier who is being brainwashed by By the government by this program that's running him and basically what they are doing is they are fabricating. A false reality where he is waking up from coma believing that his wife and daughter were killed right before his eyes and so he is going out to Exact revenge on the villain I put villain in quotes because the film really Kinda throws you for some loops But he believes that it's Jean. Claude van Damme. Who is the one who killed his family so the entire movie is? He's trying to track down John. Claude van Damme only spoiler. He finds out that it was not vandamme. Who really did it. And that he never really had a family or a wife for that matter. It was all the government kind of manipulating him so that they could. So they catas- Kim with taking out a greater threat to their organization. If you will and it's funny just talking about it because it is the exact same thing as bloodshot. It's will people at home if you can hear that scratching noise that is me crossing out clever. Twist from my notes list because apparently it's been used before that to us so anyway. Check out universal soldier one and then you can check out the fourth one in. It's it's it's pretty much you know what if you look bloodshot? Bloodshot is the PG thirteen rated version of directing there. You go nice there you go. Speaking of which I I did. Notice there is literally hundreds and hundreds of people killed in this movie and not an ounce of blood nuts yeah let's PG thirteen not only is that pg thirteen for you. That's Sony for you. I feel like Sony. You know they. They run scared me and I mean I'm sure you saw venom. Venom SHORT VENOM. Should have been should have been a hard are union. I mean it worked with deadpool. It worked with. Logan Venom. Should have been an R. rated movie and then it's like they got cold feed a few months before release and they they made it Pete. Pg Thirteen But the Sony does that all the time to be honest. I'm surprised that the latest bad boys movie was was our spies. They go back to thirteen. Yeah that is pretty surprising. Well I will go on to my My next one and so like I said gone just writing chronological order still still in the beginning of the movie still with that I Bad Guy Seen His weapon that Bolt Gun thing. He's using totally reminded me of no country for old men in the bolt. The Bolt shot thing that Anton sugar uses I. I don't know that I've seen that in many other action movies so it kind of jumped out at me and then it is kind of referenced later in the movie that I've seen this in so many different move. You know your your. You've run out of movie tropes to you. Know to copy and all of his little simulations so it may be almost like yeah. They are actually taking ideas out of the other. Movies actually really liked that line. I thought that too because the entire time I was watching this I was thinking you know I mean granted. I did have fun with it as well because you know I'm I'm the Van Damme and Dolph guy so I. I loved universal soldier. You know so. Enjoy this but I was thinking that is what I love that line. Worry same we ripped off all all sorts of script ideas and I was thinking. Okay that makes sense it makes sense in this Yeah yeah no it definitely. It definitely helps to To keep it to a certain level where it's kind of like. Oh maybe it's not just you know bad. Maybe they actually are trying to go for some. So what do you got for your next piece? Well you know okay. So I already said Said Universal Soldier Robocop already set as well but I feel like robocop is kind of the the template and the blueprint for this type of movie. The first ROBOCOP. I don't really want acknowledge Two or three because I was once a pretty terrible But the first one I think is such a classic on the thing that I think robocop has over this one..

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"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

14:04 min | 1 year ago

"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Very special guest. Ra so back on the show with us. Today it's been a little while since his last time joining us. But we have got Sean Molloy. How's IT GOING SEAN? I'm doing well doing well. This is It's going to be fun one to to chat about because I'll say right now I I had a lot of fun with this one. It got some Kinda mixed reviews but I had a good time with it. Yeah I definitely had mixed feelings about it. I'll just say that going into it but I definitely definitely had some fun with it though especially in the second half when once it really got going. I think One thing about vin diesel. I'll say this right at the top of the show about his kind of a movie is the the crazier it gets in the more off the rails. It gets the more fun I have. And that's why I enjoy these. You know the latest period movies especially enjoyed the last triple X. movie and so I was hoping for that I think the started off a little slow but then as we get into it and we'll get into it in the conversation It got pretty crazy when you and actually. I'm I guess I'm kind of different from you in that sense all right now. I am not the I'm not the biggest fast and furious. Fan WanNa take up. Actually I take that back I I liked the first fast and furious because I think it was a little more grounded. Then more than this area has become It was pretty much. It was a blatant point. Break report off but I enjoyed the first one for what it was. I think vin diesel was great in it. He had a great chemistry with Paul Walker. Of course The series the the the entire fast and furious series. I mean that right there. I think you could deconstruct that. And that could be a podcast because it's just gotten so ridiculous. I mean if you really look at the fast and furious series. It started out as a Like I said a point break. Rip Off where they're ripping off trucks and getting DVD players. And whatever suddenly. Now it's this super spy you know. Spn ridiculous thing that As I think I tapped out of that franchise about three movies ago. So you know the the funniest thing is that this movie bloodshot that we're about to talk about is a superhero movie. But there's very little difference between this last fast and furious movie. I mean this is basically what they're already doing in those movies because I it's just it's so completely out of control. They're they're they've lost all all level of humanity all of anything connecting it to like being real life at this point. Well there is not an original bone and this entire movie. I mean this is. This movie is a complete Amalgam and Hodgepodge of various other movies dating back from the seventies and eighties and everything which only makes sense because as I was texts. New the other day I do have a little bit of a background is not a big one But I do have a little bit of background of the with the Comic Book on which this was based. And if you look at the comic book the Comic Book is the same thing I mean. It's just It's it's there. There's nothing original about the character. It's just it's A. It's a little bit of dead pool. It's a little bit of cable a little bit of punisher and it's all put in to to this one character so saying that the movie is not original only makes sense because the character for that matter is not that originally cycle right right absolutely that well. I I know that is going to make for a great conversation though because. Hey that's what we do here. We talk what I did What other movies are mindset of what it may have been inspired by? So why don't we jump in and get to your first puzzle piece for Bloodshot? Boy I think when you really break it down this this movie it's hitting upon that whole that whole Motif archetype story trope whatever you WANNA call it of the of the person who is the hero if you will who is working for a totalitarian bad guy if you will and this character basically. His moral compass gets routed along the way and he realizes that he has been manipulated by the people who he thought was good or who thought he was serving and so he turns on his superiors. I mean in this entire that entire idea. I mean that goes way back. I mean you could even look at Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit four fifty one. I mean that's basically what the character of Mon- tag is doing in Fahrenheit four fifty one and I mean you can I mean there's countless movies where you can Tie Back to that particular trope But I mean if you look at it Let's see Robo Cop. I mean that's certainly tied in with that. Entire idea to Mario van. Peebles did one back in the nineties called Solo That was pretty much the the exact same thing and then of course I mean look. I'm not the plug my own show but I think My first puzzle pieces Universal Soldier With with Dolph Lundgren and Jean Claude Van Damme. Of course I think that right there was maybe not so much the movie but I think it was used for the for the comic book on which this was based as inspiration. Basically you have these killing machines soldiers who are being manipulated to carry out missions and then they realized along the way that something is not quite kosher here. Something isn't right. And so they of course are going to start making up their own minds and and a lot of carnage is GonNa Follow so sure absolutely and so okay. Here's a question you know. These comics did did this comic book originally after Universal Soldier or before. It was around the same time. Okay so I was really looking forward to talking about this with you. Actually when you and I were talking about this I was really looking forward to kind of going back and And just reliving the nostalgia of this particular comic book so Basically I don't know. Did you collect comics back? In the comic electing Heyday I was never a big comic guy. Now Okay but you're a vinyl guy right you're you're into like final and things right. Yeah Yeah I mean. I grew up around that so I always had a collect an ever growing collection of that stuff. Okay okay so you're a collector on a sense so short so with regard to comics there was. You'll you if you look it up. It's called the the comic collecting boom okay And so this was in this all kind of ties in really well with bloodshot. If you bear with me but basically back in the early nineties it was about ninety. Let's say one thousand nine hundred ninety two ninety two ninety three or whatever. There was a huge boom huge gigantic boom in collecting comic books It was actually around the same time. Same thing with trading cards baseball cards football cards even not common based cards and the thing. The the reason for this around this time was is because people have started realizing in this period in the nineties. That you know these these. These books were worth money. Okay if you held onto them long enough they you know would retain a value that you could use to cash in on and so as a result what a lot of people were doing. This was the rise of comic shops and trading card shops and things like that is a lot of companies. Were putting out tons of issues tons of number ones of various characters. Number ones was always the big one. Because if you had a number one that was the one that was That was theoretically GonNa send your kid to college or whatever okay so you had people Going in in droves to comic shops in buying you know tons of number one issues and of course the companies were keyed. Were In tune with this as well so the companies were putting out. Chrome covers and foil covers everything like that. She feels kind of the to kind of you know Get the attention of collectors if you will the problem with this was and I'm sure you can like I said attest to this with you. Know the collecting vinyl. The promise this was is the comics that were of value. Were the golden age ones. Okay the ones from like the thirties onto the sixties and the reason why those retained values because let's face it when those comics were published. Okay I don't think there was really the knowledge that they were going to be worth anything. So as a result They were few and far between. So those are the issues that you know people want to hold onto. Okay yeah absolutely the scarcity exactly so but what these companies were doing is they were putting out millions upon millions of issues will that's not going to retain the value okay to Kinda like with vinyl right. I mean I think a lot of ours. They'll they'll do a limited pressing of you know two hundred or whatever that right. There is a collector's item that has value. But if you're GONNA you know put out hundreds of thousands of bucks. Well you know that's not gonNA stand in sadly if if you look at the the boom from the nineties pretty much I mean. Don't quote me on this but I'd say about ninety eight percent of the stuff that was published back in this period is worthless now. It's not even worth the cover price that it was I only bring this up because back. In this period a bunch of publishers came out of the came out of the woodwork. To kinda cash in on this collecting craze one of those publishers that came out was known as a valiant comics and valiant comics did. Is they pretty much were stealing from? Dc and Marvel Kinda wanted to create their own universe. Okay the Valiant Universe and so there was a character called EXO Manno or who was a pretty much a rip off of iron man? If I remember there's another one called Archer and Armstrong which is pretty much a buddy cop story and then there was bloodshot okay. and bloodshot was if you look at the if you look at the the the character okay. It's pretty much Like I said earlier. He's a little bit of deadpool because he has these swords he's a little bit of cable and the punisher because he has always machine guns and then he has this white skin in these red eyes and He was He looked cool. I'll give it that and I will admit I did buy issue one and when I when this movie was getting ready to be released Unfortunately it was not able to get it get to it in theaters time but I did dig through my My Stash of comic books and I was able to find issue one and I did read. It hadn't read it in about twenty five twenty years whenever But I did pick it up and I did read it in preparation for this and I'll admit right now David. It's it's really not that well written. It's not that good. Wow that's a hard hard to believe that the movie would be tied to something like that but you know and when I found out that was that was weird thing too when I found out that this movie was even in production and they got VIN diesel. It was really odd. It was really weird like like. You're obviously okay. Look Franchises sell in Hollywood? Today that's what that's what everyone wants into especially comic based properties but it was kind of odd that they were going with this fairly obscure character that I don't think anyone really even knew about outside of collectors for that matter now having said that At of all the titles that came out of valiant I believe a bloodshot is the one that is still around and still being published. I think some various trade paperbacks and put out within the past few years and so he does have his fans and he does have his readers. So I'm not GonNa say I'm the biggest expert but I do have that issue number one and I did and it's not worth anything so I I get it. Why why why the studio would want to try to create a another extended universe out of this rent. Set SORT OF RANDOM You know kind of see Grade Comic Series on it you know because this is the thing now is these universes even you know Just before the shutdown of the theater is You know universal and Blunt House had this big hit with the invisible man and now boom. We're back in. We're getting you know these classic horror movie. Remakes ARE GONNA start happening if you know if the world of Hollywood survives shutdown but you know when it seemed like that was all over after the The disaster that was the mummy. Now it's back on and immediately they're gonNA jump into green lighting as many connected things as they possibly can. You know it's like because they know that once they get one they can try to. Just start knocking them one after another after another so. It makes sense to to try to reach into this. Even though it's not really quite the pedigree that the marvel or the DC is. Yeah and I think Sony knew that as well because if you look at the marketing I thought this was really interesting. If you look at the marketing they they clearly know that what they have is sure. Maybe it's a co- character but they know that it's not something that I think is commonplace in. Common Knowledge is say an iron man or Spiderman or whatever because if you look at all of the marketing every poster every trailer everything it says almost as big of a font as Vin. Diesels name it says based on the best selling comic series just to let you know you know what I mean. Yeah by the way. This is one of those guys serious and I swear yeah and I remember reading. I remember reading that Yet basically Sony They bought the valiant universe so I think they were..

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"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Jump into this conversation now about bloodshot and we will have a special follow up to this Coming in a few days with a very special guest. Ra so back on the show with us. Today it's been a little while since his last time joining us. But we have got Sean Molloy. How's IT GOING SEAN? I'm doing well doing well. This is It's going to be a fun one to to chat about because I'll just say right now I I had a lot of fun with this one. It got some Kinda mixed reviews but I had a good time with it. Yeah I definitely had mixed feelings about it. I'll just say that going into it but I definitely definitely had some fun with it though especially in the second half when once it really got going. I think One thing about vin diesel. I'll say this right at the top of the show about his kind of a movie is the the crazier it gets in the more off the rails. It gets the more fun I have. And that's why I enjoy these. You know the latest period movies especially enjoyed the last triple X. movie and so I was hoping for that I think the started off a little slow but then as we get into it and we'll get into it in the conversation It got pretty crazy when you and actually. I'm I guess I'm kind of different from you in that sense all right now. I am not the I'm not the biggest fast and furious. Fan WanNa take up. Actually I take that back I I liked the first fast and furious because I think it was a little more grounded. Then more than this area has become It was pretty much. It was a blatant point. Break report off but I enjoyed the first one for what it was. I think vin diesel was great in it. He had a great chemistry with Paul Walker. Of course The series the the entire fast and furious series. I mean that right there. I think you could deconstruct that. And that could be a podcast because it's just gotten so ridiculous. I mean if you really look at the fast and furious series. It started out as a Like I said a point break. Rip Off where they're ripping off trucks and getting DVD players. And whatever suddenly. Now it's this super spy you know. Spn ridiculous thing that As I think I tapped out of that franchise about three movies ago. So you know the the funniest thing is that this movie bloodshot that we're about to talk about is a superhero movie. But there's very little difference between this last fast and furious movie. I mean this is basically what they're already doing in those movies because I it's just it's so completely out of control. They're they're they've lost all all level of humanity all of anything connecting it to like being real life at this point. Well there is not an original bone and this innocent tire movie. I mean this is. This movie is a complete Amalgam and Hodgepodge of various other movies dating back from the seventies and eighties and everything which only makes sense because as I was texts. New the other day I do have a little bit of a background is not a big one But I do have a little bit of background of the with the Comic Book on which this was based. And if you look at the comic book the Comic Book is the same thing I mean. It's just It's it's there. There's nothing original about the character. It's just it's A. It's a little bit of dead pool. It's a little bit of cable a little bit of punisher and it's all put in to to this one character so saying that the movie is not original only makes sense because the character for that matter is not that originally cycle right right absolutely that well. I I know that is going to make for a great conversation though because. Hey that's what we do here. We talk what I did What other movies are mindset of what it may have been inspired by? So why don't we jump in and get to your first puzzle piece for Bloodshot? Boy I think when you really break it down this this movie it's hitting upon that whole that whole Motif archetype story trope whatever you WANNA call it of the of the person who is the hero if you will who is working for a totalitarian bad guy if you will and this character basically. His moral compass gets routed along the way and he realizes that he has been manipulated by the people who he thought was good or who thought he was serving and so he turns on his superiors. I mean and this entire that entire idea. I mean that goes way back. I mean you could even look at Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit four fifty one. I mean that's basically what the character of Mon- tag is doing in Fahrenheit four fifty one and I mean you can I mean there's countless movies where you can Tie Back to that particular trope But I mean if you look at it Let's see Robo Cop. I mean that's certainly tied in with that. Entire idea Tomorrow Van People's did one back in the nineties called Solo That was pretty much the the exact same thing and then of course I mean look. I'm not the plug my own show but I think My first puzzle pieces Universal Soldier With with Dolph Lundgren and Jean Claude Van Damme. Of course I think that right there was maybe not so much the movie but I think it was used for the for the comic book on which this was based as inspiration. Basically you have these killing machines soldiers who are being manipulated to carry out missions and then they realized along the way that something is not quite kosher here. Something isn't right. And so they of course are going to start making up their own minds and and a lot of carnage is GonNa Follow so sure absolutely and so okay. Here's a question you know. These comics did did this comic book originally after Universal Soldier or before. It was around the same time. Okay so I was really looking forward to talking about this with you. Actually when you and I were talking about this I was really looking forward to kind of going back and And just reliving the nostalgia of this particular comic book so Basically I don't know. Did you collect comics back? In the comic electing Heyday I was never a big comic guy. Now Okay but you're a vinyl guy right you're you're into like final and things right. Yeah Yeah I mean. I grew up around that so I always had a collect an ever-growing collection of that stuff. Okay okay so you're a collector on a sense so short so with regard to comics there was you'll you if you look it up. It's called the the comic collecting boom. Okay so this was in this all kind of ties in really well with bloodshot. If you bear with me but basically back in the early nineties it was about ninety. Let's say one thousand nine hundred ninety two ninety two ninety three or whatever. There was a huge boom huge gigantic boom in collecting comic books It was actually around the same time. Same thing with trading cards baseball cards football cards even not common based cards and the thing. The the reason for this around this time was is because people have started realizing in this period in the nineties. That you know these these these comic books were worth money. Okay if you held onto them long enough they you know would retain a value that you could use to cash in on and so a-. As a result what a lot of people were doing. This was the rise of comic shops and trading card shops and things like that is a lot of companies. Were putting out tons of issues tons of number ones of various characters. Number ones was always the big one. Because if you had a number one that was the one that was That was theoretically GonNa send your kid to college or whatever okay so you had people Going in in droves to comic shops in buying you know tons of Number one issues and of course the companies were keyed. Were In tune with this as well so the companies were putting out. Chrome covers and foil covers everything like that. She kind of the to kind of you know Get the attention of collectors if you will the problem with this was and I'm sure you can attest to this with you. Know the collecting vinyl. The promise this was is the comics that were of value. Were the golden age ones. Okay the ones from like the thirties onto the sixties and the reason why those retained values because let's face it when those comics were published. Okay I don't think there was really the knowledge that they were going to be worth anything. So as a result They were few and far between. So those are the issues that you know people want to hold onto. Okay yeah absolutely the scarcity. Exactly SA- but what these companies were doing is they were putting out millions upon millions of issues will that's not going to retain the value. Okay to Kinda like with vinyl right. I mean I think a lot of ours. They'll they'll do a limited pressing of you know two hundred or whatever that right. There is a collector's item that has value. But if you're GONNA you know put out hundreds of thousands of bucks. Well you know that's not gonNA stand in sadly if if you look at the the boom from the nineties pretty much I mean. Don't quote me on this but I'd say about ninety eight percent of the stuff that was published back in this period is worthless now. It's not even worth the cover price that it was I only bring this up because back. In this period a bunch of publishers came out of the came out of the woodwork. To kinda cash in on this collecting craze one of those publishers that came out was known as a valiant comics and valiant comics did. Is they pretty much were stealing from? Dc and Marvel Kinda wanted to create their own universe. Okay the Valiant Universe and so there was a character called EXO Manno or who was a pretty much a rip off of iron man? If I remember there's another one called Archer and Armstrong which is pretty much a buddy cop story and then there was bloodshot okay. and bloodshot was if you look at the if you look at the the the character okay. It's pretty much Like I said earlier. He's a little bit of deadpool because he has these swords he's a little bit of cable and the punisher because he has always machine guns and then he has this white skin in these red eyes and He was He looked cool. I'll give it that and I will admit I did buy issue one and when I when this movie was getting ready to be released Unfortunately it was not able to get it get to it in theaters time but I did dig through my My Stash of comic books and I was able to find issue one and I did read. It hadn't read it in about twenty five twenty years whenever But I did pick it up and I did read it in preparation for this and I'll admit right now David. It's it's really not that well written. It's not that good. Wow that's a hard hard to believe that the movie would be tied to something like that but you know and when I found out that was that was weird thing too when I found out that this movie was even in production and they got VIN diesel. It was really odd. It was really weird like like. You're obviously okay. Look Franchises sell in Hollywood? Today that's what that's what everyone wants into especially comic based properties but it was kind of odd that they were going with this you know fairly obscure character that I don't think anyone really even knew about outside of collectors for that matter now. Having said that At of all the titles that came out of Valiant. I believe a bloodshot is the one that is still around and still being published. I think some various trade paperbacks and put out within the past few years and so he does have his fans and he does have his readers. So I'm not GonNa say I'm the biggest expert but I do have that issue number one and I did and it's not worth anything so I I get it. Why the why the studio would want to try to create a another extended universe out of this rent. Set SORT OF RANDOM You know kind of see Grade Comic Series on it you know because this is the thing now is these universes even you know Just before the shutdown of the theater is You know universal and Blunt House had this big hit with the invisible man and now boom. We're back in. We're getting you know these classic horror movie. Remakes ARE GONNA start happening if you know if the world of Hollywood survives shutdown but you know when it seemed like that was all over after the The disaster that was the mummy..

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"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"malloy" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Welcome to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show. We are going to be talking about bloodshot. Which is the newest Vin? Diesel Action Comic Book Movie. Which was the last movie. Pretty much to hit theaters before everything shutdown. Also one of the first movies to Get redistributed through. Vod In a early release for nineteen ninety nine which is a gamble that maybe didn't quite pay off but there are other movies that followed sue and now we're starting to see some of the the other. You know technically still in theaters new releases getting shuffled around vod releases and so We figured we might as well cover this. One and with me is returning. Guess Sean. Molloy from the Emma's break this podcast. Podcast and We had a fun time talking about it. It's honestly I didn't think it was the best movie in the world. I'm hit and miss with these kinds of VIN diesel movies If they're as ridiculous as ridiculous can be love them if they aim a little too serious and too you know quote unquote good. I start to lose track a little bit. This one kind of falls in the middle somewhere but I did have fun talking about it. I had mixed fun time with the movie itself. But we'll get into that within the conversation but where we do get into that conversation I wanNA remind you as always make sure subscribed piecing it together and your podcast App of choice. You can of course rate interview us on Apple podcasts podge Acer and podcast addict now And also chaser is still running a promotion. Where if you leave a review. They're going to donate twenty five cents to meals on wheels. Which is awesome. That's just you getting to donate money for free. Just by leaving us a review and letting us know what you think of the show. We would really appreciate it if you did that. Because we want to know what you're thinking of the show. Do you want us to cover more of these kinds of movies? The the major releases that are getting shuffled around and fit in wherever Hollywood could seem to find a way to get them to us or do you want us to maybe shift the focus a little bit too. Vod and Netflix movies or continue the missing pieces series. Where we're looking at older movies. You know we we love hearing from you guys so get in touch. You can leave us. That reviewing pod chaser on apple podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. But I'm Jay Sir you end up donating twenty five cents for free. So that's pretty good place to do your review so you could also of course get in touch with us on social media at Piecing Pie. Joined A facebook group popcorn of puzzle pieces. We love love talking to you guys so get in touch. So let's jump into this conversation now about bloodshot and we will have a special follow up to this Coming in a few days with a.

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BrainStuff Classics: Does 'Power Dressing' Actually Work?

BrainStuff

03:49 min | 1 year ago

BrainStuff Classics: Does 'Power Dressing' Actually Work?

"Brain stuff learn bomb here with a classic episode from our archives and from former host Christian savior this. This one was inspired by a book. Christian ran across about how to dress for success. It got him wondering can power dressing really make a difference socially or psychologically below their brain stuff. I'm Christian Sager and I've got a question for you. Do I look powerful. Well I I know you can't see me right now but I feel powerful. Some people even think that what you wear can produce this kind of confidence and who doesn't want to feel good about themselves. So what is this power dressing? And does it actually work well to answer that question? We have to take a trip to the smooth nineteen seventies when a guy named John Malloy came out with a series of books about dressing for success. He prescribed a uniform of sorts for both men and women. That would help them. Achieve Greatness in business professions for men Malloy recommended conservative business attire. That was high quality and fit well essentially a business suit in dark hue with a modest white shirt and a tie. Think Don Draper for women. He adapted this uniform. To include a skirted suit and a soft blouse with floppy or bowed. Neck pieces think Margaret Thatcher in order to achieve the kind of authority of the Iron Lady Malloy recommended. Women do two things. Don't look like a secretary and don't look too sexy. You couldn't wear waistcoats or contour jackets. Because they drew attention to the bust. Scarves were popular because they drew attention to the face and away from the breasts and floral prints and feminine colors like Salmon. Pink were out. But you didn't want to look to masculine either. Hence the skirt instead of trousers. This was the birth of power dressing and by the nineteen eighties. It became the way enterprising. Women learned to manage or limit the potential sexuality of their bodies and leave all that gross girl stuff like cooties at home but as they entered the corporate workforce in ever greater numbers. Some women wanted to modify this uniform while maintaining their professional appearance. One alternative model for breaking out of these fashion limitations was Princess Diana with her more glamorous outfits others were on TV and shows like dynasty designing women and Moonlighting enter broad shoulder pads wide lapels and a wider range of textures colors and accessories. Cut to the present day now. Most of these fashion fads have come and gone but you can still see their influence on politicians. For Example Take Hillary Clinton or Donald trump many of the tenets of power dressing are still employed. Today we just don't call it that anymore. But a twenty fifteen study reexamined the principles behind power dressing. It found that putting on formal clothing does indeed make us feel powerful and even makes us think differently. The authors of this study tested student participants in a series of experiments by rating their outfits and taking cognitive tests when the students switched out of sweat pants and into the kind of clothing. They thought they should wear to a job interview. The tests showed their cognitive processing became more abstract broader and holistic the authors. Also say that how often you actually wear. Formal clothes doesn't matter regardless of when you wear. These uniforms have become a symbol of power. There have been other studies into how clothing affects our cognition to for instance. When people wear white doctors coats

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2020 AFC Win Totals

Even Money

04:09 min | 1 year ago

2020 AFC Win Totals

"Let's dive into the AFC after we hit the NFC last week and the Baltimore. Ravens are the first team up. Eleven Wayne Steve. Eleven for the Ravens. Weapons a big number. Baltimore was truly incredible. Astro you forget about how well this team really played so really. You're handicapping is Jackson going to be able stay healthy for the entire year. And that's too big of a question mark for me to be able to play over so I will pass on eleven. Y'All think that number is exactly right. If I had to pick I would pick the under if I had to lean one way or the other you know. They stayed very healthy last year. Matt Scott was sort of the only injury they had at center out. Expect them to have more injuries. This year I think defense is will have a much better plan for Lamar Jackson and Greg. Roman after they sort of go to option school. If you will talking with defensive coordinators in college this off season I also think you know at some point. Lamar Jackson is going to get dinged up and miss a few games. At least I'm not saying serious but he's going to miss them games I don't think. Rg Threes at great backup. So I would lean under on the eleven wins there for the Ravens. They might even lose jude on. And they don't have any pass rushers if they lose him in free agency. So I'd be under there. What about the Buffalo Bills? Their numbers only eight and a half. Steve Looks about right to me. Josh Allen played much better I'm sorry then What I expected and Alan having mobility in his legs really Made him a very capable quarterback. I just go back to Buffalo. I have a bias. Ross Against Buffalo New Love Buffalo. So we should talk about this. I never feel that Buffalo or Detroit or Cleveland can field a PL- a playoff team because there's no real Recent history of success and they're just cities that no one would wanna live in. So I think they have to pay through the nose to get free agents so I just don't see success continued success being possible. Absent a all star quarterback. How do you feel about that crazy theory? Well I think what's crazy about it is. I don't think that they need to pay through the nose. They just have to be the highest. But I'm not sure that that's that much different than the other teams. I mean when I was there. They signed free agents like London Fletcher. Takeo spikes lawyer Malloy Sam Adams I mean they signed a bunch of dudes so it wasn't like and they haven't made the playoffs in a long time now they. They made the playoffs last year and they should have won a playoff game. And so I. I don't agree with that. I think there's a lot of people that believe that I like the over for the bills. And yes maybe I'm biased. But I don't know what they won. Ten Games last year could have been more. I think that they're a pretty darn good team. I don't think Josh Allen is going to get worse. I think they know what they are and who they are. Yeah I I would take the over. I'm I'm surprised by the eight and a half number especially when you consider that New England. There's a lot of uncertainty there. I mean what a Brady doesn't go back to New England. Yeah that's a great point and and bottomline. Mcdermott is probably a top ten coach. The top ten coach. No one would ever put on their top ten list. He really does a great job. Yeah I'm surprised by that number that would that would be one of the ones I would feel strongly about at this point and I don't think that is just my bias showing again. These numbers

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EU bets on industrial data, new rules to catch up in global tech

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:12 min | 1 year ago

EU bets on industrial data, new rules to catch up in global tech

"New rules regulating big tech in Europe live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm Victoria Craig. Good morning the European Commission. Today is expected to unveil new proposals. For more oversight over tech giants like Google facebook and Amazon. The new rules are likely to focus on issues including algorithms access data and development of artificial intelligence. The BBC is Dave Malloy has more. We can expect a couple of things first up the head of the ease internal marcus tear. Britain is one of the people behind this and he has said some things taming the wild west behind this industry. It's very well known within Europe. That most of this new development is done by Chinese or American companies so in the United States you have companies like facebook and Google are developing these huge a indata industries whereas European companies have kind of fallen behind that regard. But there's also the issue of privacy and Europe is taken global lead on this in recent years with the GDP or privacy regulations which a lot of people around the world or privacy advocates. I should say are holding up as an example of how this should be done. All of this is aimed theoretically at making European tech companies more competitive. The European Commission would say that. That's not the goal and it's more about protecting citizens but if you look at the people behind this Oh Margaret Divestiture was one of the people who is involved in regulating apple's tax situation in Ireland a few years ago and again having dairy Britain who is in charge of the internal market stuff. That would suggest that there is some sort of market element to us and as well. It's important enough to these. Major companies that the head executives from Microsoft and facebook were both in Europe this week to talk to the Commission and put forward their stance. So if it's not aimed at making them more competitive. What is the goal so we know from some injuries ahead of time that they are looking at regulating? The more controversial uses of things like ai. There's some suggestions that they may look at facial recognition. Whether that's a privacy issue. There were concerns that they would bond such things a right but now it looks like the expectation is they will take on case by case basis whereas things like medical concerns or insurance or major. Privacy issues will be looked at much more closely. We're expecting a formal announcement to be made in the next couple of hours on these new rules the BBC's Dave Malloy thank you thank you.

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"malloy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"malloy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Don't miss figures Malloy in this dark factor right here on wham talk sixteen hundred it looks like fifty people may run for the democratic nomination in twenty twenty including camallo Heris Beto o'rourke Joe Biden Cory Booker Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders Michelle Obama Pauly shore a Kardashian and the ghost of Fidel Castro. tune into the snark factor with me fingers Malloy Sunday mornings at six on wham talk sixteen hundred. I guess. I guess so somewhere in Michigan. sort of an unusual name. hi there there were next year. to recap something I I watched last night. and I'm gonna try to recap I'm a new kind of a broad brush stroke which will get what's going on it's going to be cold I was going to be even better we talked about this just adds up from backs project next three to. last night was laid out in just excruciating.

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U.S. Navy admiral found dead in apparent suicide

Geiger

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Navy admiral found dead in apparent suicide

"Devastating news. The top Admiral overseeing American naval forces in the Middle East has been found dead in his residence. In Bahrain at the Pentagon correspondent Ryan Brown says Vice Admiral Scott Stern's role was crucial to US operations in the region. This is a critical. Command it deals with various challenges in the region from Iran rebels in Yemen firing missiles into the Red Sea. So it's seen as a critical command into that end. The navy's flying out one of its most senior officers tonight. A vice Admiral Jim Malloy takeover an interim basis to help oversee the commander to ensure that operations continue the navy says there is no

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Where's Khalil Mack?! The Raiders aren't saying

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:41 min | 3 years ago

Where's Khalil Mack?! The Raiders aren't saying

"I can tell you that right now. Nobody is in that locker room worried about any tension. Nobody is talking about any of the things that happened the off season. It's just doesn't. It doesn't exist. They're the only thing anybody's worried about is practice and is the next day practice. There were times being that building where there are a lot of things that were being said about the team. I remember when we let lower Malloy go and they said it's over in the locker room when they lost the team and all, but. But it was being said, but nobody talked about it and nobody cared about it, and everybody just put their head down and work towards the next day because that's just how it is. You know, I think human emotions do factor into this, like it's a game, Dave operated a certain way for a long time. But Tom Brady has the franchise player certainly would like to feel like the owner and the head coach back them up regardless of whether he's right or wrong. You also assurances Defillo like all the sacrifice, all the things that I've done to help us win and be a perennial contender that those things would be supported and reflected in the way we go about our business. So if he didn't feel like he was getting that support, I certainly could see where he would kind of feel like I'm out here on an island. It could change him come to carrying on the message that has always been kind of dispensed, Eric, I wanna push back against something you said in terms of the reporting on this book. And again, I'm not sure of anything, but the book basically says that Brady immediately called. Smith in the NFL PA and got on the phone with them. And so where they might be getting the information from is the NFL PA and sources there that are aware of how Brady reacted when Bob Kraft stepped down. And I agree with bookie to the extent that Tom Brady wants to fill a level of support I and again, when you factor in all the things we've been talking about all offseason how much less money he's taken throughout his career. He probably feels more entitled embolden than some as it relates to deflate gate though. I thought it was time to raise the white flag for Brady to put it away. The NFL Roger Goodell was backed into a corner. He had to stand tough against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots because of all the other things, the players thought they had gotten away with previously. When you look at this situation? Tom Brady was there and Drew Bledsoe was traded to buffalo, Tom Brady was there when Seymour was traded, Tom Brady has seen all the things. That take place there and there's a ruthless efficiency in that organization and everybody who's part of it knows that they're part of it. So if you don't feel necessarily as a pre shaded as you hope to be, you're probably in the wrong spot. That's your mindset. We're John gruden's returned to coaching. It's not after the slickest start with Khalil Mack holding out of camp and reportedly ducking the new raiders coach. Now Gruden says the defense wasn't any good. Even when MAC was there last year and reports of service that Khalil an team, they haven't had contract toxins. February Whitlam is Jon Gruden mishandling Khalil Mack. I don't know because I really want to hear what Eric in bookie Brooks have to say because of the way he's handling Khalil. Mack says to me that, hey, Kalou, you've been a great player, but our defense hasn't been great with you here. So maybe you're not as valuable as you think you are. I find it fascinating and it makes me wonder, but maybe the splash plays or there for Khalil Mack, but maybe he's unsound and other areas that I'm not aware of it does feel clumsy doesn't. It is real clumsy, but being with Jon Gruden back in ninety eight..

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Radio hosts suspended for calling state official "turban man"

Talk Radio Countdown

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Radio hosts suspended for calling state official "turban man"

"Talkers dot com. You read what's going on in. The, industry, you'll see the story of a couple of hosts who are on the radio station who have been suspended because they. Made reference to I think the mayor of. Trenton general are the attorney general thank you as turban man? Referencing. The fact that I think he's a Sikh I remember Kevin? The, story correctly Greg rob I think. That's the story and they were talking about him on the, air and referred to him his turban man now I didn't actually hear the. Audio Kevin did you hear. The audio the transcript of the offending. Passages right do you think, it's offensive is it isn't offensive to you personally take yourself out of the business the hear somebody like that or the context for me anyway I want. To. Hear the contextual use of, it for you what what constitutes personally as a listener is not something that I find, it childish and stupid. But that's neither here nor there it doesn't. Mean it's right or wrong I find a childish and stupid I think you're the name calling thing is kind of the other thing. That Dennis Malloy who was wanted to one of the co. Host was suspended was he intimated that the man took off his turban then. He bothered to know his name. I, guess, implying that you'd failed to me as an American idol his opinion he's welcome to it I think it's stupid but. That's what happened we live in an age. That embraces that or at least many of us embrace it? Some. People still don't but I do think you're right when it? Comes, to being very it's it's you, know what I'd I'd love to hear will take on this Yeah that's, why we're, going rejected it, because Walter we live in a world now where You have to get ratings in. Radio you have to engage people you have to make them interested, in what you're saying you and it's a competition because I want to be number. One but then the the station across the street wants to be number. One as well but then we also live? In, a world where everybody's always constantly offended so how do those two worlds live together He's a Lose the character in, the seven eleven on. The Simpsons I'm trying to. The reason. I paused I'm trying to remember the name of the character on what is? His name Apu we grew up with Apu that character has been in the Simpsons for twenty years doesn't seem to be causing. A problem And Dennis Malloy. Stated a fact the man. Wears a. Turban by choice it's not a race thing or religion thing the man wears? A turban by choice I don't know about you but more than one occasion I've had people joke about the things I wear Opinion In And for thirty, years Howard Stern has called them turban, hits and you had no small hand in Howard Stern. Success either you were intimately involved in much of what he has done over the years if I'm not, mistaken but I don't think any of this is important and I don't want to comment specifically on that radio station or a number of. Reasons but mostly because I don't know what happened. Internally I've been inside those situations and people comment from the, outside but they don't know what's going on, inside but I'll talk about this in general. Terms I've seen this over and over again and like you just said progressively over the past three or four. Years we're, host say something, stupid and then they, suspended, well the minute they get. Suspended it goes from a passing moment to. News Radio station would volunteer to get news about something a host said that was. Stupid I don't quite understand in my opinion and what I've experienced in what I've done in my career is that when a host says something stupid like that The best thing to do is. Is to move on the minute station decides to parts well the hosts doubt chastise the make them apologize, all of a sudden it goes from being something in context than that happened on the radio and g did he really say that I. Don't know commercial commercial weather the minute they can. Pull it out it becomes news and the station and the, host then become identified with this whereas if, they hadn't done anything nothing happens well let..

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New York State plans to install anti-terrorism facial recognition technology

BBC Newshour

05:17 min | 3 years ago

New York State plans to install anti-terrorism facial recognition technology

"And what they did a console many dolls for females in aviation After the news BBC's Hello I'm Garris follow the former Pakistani cricket star Imran Khan has declared victory in the general election amid accusations of vote-rigging by rivals in a live. Television address Mr. Khan said his party was successful and had been. Given a mandate he also promised that his government's will be the first that will not carry out. Any political victimization Sarah, Pakistan unitl I stay. Or Pakistan to unite I want to make clear that any of our opponents people who voted against us I think the kind of personal attacks that I faced no one has ever faced and before I have forgotten. All of this and Pretoria. This behind me this is not about me this is about my country partial, results indicate Mr. Khan's party will emerge as the single, largest impediment succumbed commodity is in Islam about supporters and journalists have been gathering outside Iman cons house on the. Outskirts of Islamabad off to delays in the counting of the votes results, are, still coming in there. Seems to be a consensus. That. His party have secured the most seats they're likely to fall just short of an outright majority but analysts say they should easily be able to form a government. By allying with independent candidates or smaller parties the PM then party. Which has been power for the past five years however has rejected the results human rights groups had Raised. Concerns about the build up to the polls amidst allegations Pakistan's powerful military we're trying. To fix the result in favor of Mr. Khan's party both he and the army. Have dismissed those claims Mr. Kearney's seen by many voters as a break, from the dynastic politics that. Is dominated the country for, decades a government minister. Increase says one of the country's worst won't find disasters was exacerbated by residents in the hardest hit community Panos commandos the defense minister told the BBC people in the resort of Marty had built unlicensed properties near wooded. Areas thus blocking their own. Escape routes Mr. commandos insisted the Greek defence forces acted promptly in difficult weather, conditions the man seen as Iran's key military commander in, Syria Iraq and given has issued a strong threat to President Trump not Twitter Iran in a speech Qasim Sulamani. Who's head of the coots force told Mr. Trump that if he started, a, war Iran would finish. It Sebastian OSHA reports Wants a. Figure of the shadows exerting a near mythic influence Iranian military engagements around the world Qassam Suleimani has increasingly come out. Into the open in the past few years pictures of a grizzled commander smiling on various frontlines of popped up. Regularly some Photoshop others genuine, now he's been quoted on Iranian television channeling inflammatory rhetoric at the US president in response to Mr. Trump's. Own recent tweet warning in block capitals but Iran will suffer untold consequences if its leaders threaten America again, well with news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm. Kerry Nolan New York state is installing facial recognition software, to catch criminals at the city's bridges and tunnels WNYC Zoe, as ULA has, more at a press conference governor Cuomo painted a picture of a world where facial recognition technology guarded the city at its airports bridges, and, tunnels keeping Track of those who, enter an exit he claimed facial recognition tack is. The future of anti-terrorism security privacy and activist, groups disagree executive director, of, NYC l. you Donna Lieberman says. The tech sometimes gets faces wrong can receive tend to be in the area. Of young people old people, women people of color so you're talking about. Like lots, of, vulnerable. Populations the MTA says so far it's. Just a pilot and no data's being shared with law enforcement adding our priority is balancing public safety with, civil liberties New Jersey's attorney general. Is responding after two local radio. Hosts, made racist and xenophobic comments about him on air Gooby or gray wall. Tweeted, his. Name this. Morning and added. Quote I'm the sixty first attorney general of New Jersey I'm a Sikh American I have three. Daughters, and yesterday I told them to turn off the, Radio New jersey one zero one point five hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco said they couldn't recall gray walls name, yesterday And referred to, him as quote turban man and quote the guy with a turban. The station says both have been taken off the air. Until further notice a post office in Chinatown will soon get a name change to honor late suffragette and local community organizer President Trump signed a Bill into law renaming the door. Your street building the Mabel Lee memorial post office. Lee who died in. Nineteen sixty six was the first Chinese woman to receive a PHD from Columbia, University she was well. Known for organizing classes for Chinatown's residents congresswoman Nydia Velazquez sponsored the bipartisan Bill this is WNYC Hello and welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service coming.

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Scientists trigger hot flashes in female and male mice

News, Traffic and Weather

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Scientists trigger hot flashes in female and male mice

"Time the station is running in two thousand twenty one but last month king county metro rejected two proposals after a new state law went on the books allowing governments to either give away or sell public land at a steep discount if it's to be used for affordable housing the seattle times reports the county is now planning to donate a piece of land to a nonprofit developer also aiming to request proposals from developers by the end of the month the county and city of seattle have both committed ten million dollars to the project with an initial goal of constructing at least two hundred units of affordable housing though that number is expected to increase bill o'neil komo news if you or someone you know has ever had hot flashes relief may be on the way thanks to researchers at the u w stephanie padilla at the school of medicine says they were able to simulate hot flashes in mice by actually being a sex hormone brain cell called kiss one neurons really important i think because it's going to help us narrow down some pharmacological target to help treat hot flashes she says currently the most widespread treatment for hot flashes in women is estrogen replacement therapy which has been tied to an increased risk of stroke blood clots and heart attack but says the findings are being tested in a clinical trial in europe to reduce the symptoms of hot flashes komo news time is eleven forty the angels beat the mariners nine to three in anaheim tonight and if fifty three days the washington huskies kickoff the college football season against auburn on komo news bill swartz looks at the husky pass russian talking dogs just twenty four days until the start of husky football fall practices washington's defense loss plenty from two thousand seventeen including first round draft pick the massive defensive lineman via the huskies return plenty of talent including seniors greg gains and jalen johnson but what about a u dub pass rush ryan bowman of course lettuce and sax last year we got a lot more juice outside and i think their technique is getting better and getting a lot more pass rushing quarterback defensive line coach mike malloy applauded the spring progress of local guys benning put joe trion but outside linebacker camilo isler decided to transfer out of the washington program so what's the plan between now and august stirred coach grind brian could continue to to have the chip on a shoulder to continue to have their blue collar workman talia that we do here and hopefully we can do a better job make sure.

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"malloy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Let's say know that the weekend hosts like cake too so i did still get a piece anyway let's see other stories rhode island and connecticut now you know the the east coast what is it here's a group of people all standing around governor daniel malloy in connecticut and romando a democrat governor are lawmaker in in rhode island they're all sitting here standing around laughing and smiling because they're all signing gun seizure bills you know folks we take this serious this isn't a fun thing and if you read like the story i just mentioned and both about texas and about that that writer who has switched over from being an anti gun or to a to a gun person the your your gun seizures your banning a bump stocks and and things like that are not gonna make a difference k now the gut the the only thing that i can see that there are two things that would be i wanna say reduce these instances one is hardening the target and say ron talks about that all the time on show on his show and then the second thing is in in prove the system where people that are having mental health issues who might be a danger to themselves or others get into the system where they cannot purchase a gun or i think that would be worthwhile that if they're expressing that then patient confidentiality aside if their kid their parents ought to know this cucchi editor talkradio right here talk sixteen hundred will be back in a minute people are always on the go driving to work running errands how do they keep informed they listen to wam talk sixteen hundred just like you if you're a business owner your message could reach these people wherever their travels take them people to radio for the latest issues discussed by hosts like joepags.

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Wife of Korean Air chief summoned over abuse allegations

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Wife of Korean Air chief summoned over abuse allegations

"Schools participants also receive help in finding employment after their training is completed governor daniel malloy says the program helps to reduce unemployment among veterans and provide students with very very good role models wbz news time is ten fifty one the wife of the chairman of korean airlines is being investigated for allegedly abusing employees lee young he apologizing for physically and verbally abusing more than ten former and current employees of her husband's hanjin conglomerate the parent of korean air lee told reporters she felt sorry for causing troubles after arriving at a seoul police agency for questioning monday her eldest daughter heather chow at one time korean air executive receive worldwide notoriety for what was called a nut rage tantrum aboard a planet jfk airport in two thousand fourteen she stepped down from her vp role at the company and spent months in jail for causing the disruption todd ant abc news new hampshire chris sununu governor chris sununu says he intends to sign a bill aimed at preventing low risk offenders for being held behind bars just because they can't afford bail both the house and the senate last week approved a compromise version of the bill despite objections from the states ten county attorneys who say that it would put public safety at risk and it's tough times in the board o wine region violent hailstorms over the weekend have ravaged the vineyard odds of bordeaux officials say at least twenty five thousand acres of vines were hit some producers have lost their entire crop this is a critical time of year for the vines with blossoms and young fruit vulnerable to harsh weather spring frost last year severely reduced output and raise prices by sixteen percent with this blow prices could rise again elaine cobb cbs news paris.

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"malloy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

19:50 min | 3 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

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Shaquem Griffin, linebacker with one hand, drafted by Seattle Seahawks

The Brian Webber Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

Shaquem Griffin, linebacker with one hand, drafted by Seattle Seahawks

"Have some breaking news from the nfl draft central florida linebackers chicane griffin drafted today in the fifth round by the seattle seahawks and he will be teamed up with his twin brothers shaquille really cool moment of course griffin has left hand amputated the age of four remarkable story with the undefeated central florida team and then he also has a stunning to combine will hear his is his moment lawyer malloy the one hundred and forty forty first pick in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft the seattle seahawks dilek griffin so cool i mean you say the least it's these story right now it is these stories like i literally stood up and like celebrated when it happened like i it's heartwarming this this this we can call him a kid i mean he's not that old this is a young man that has spent his entire life proving to himself that he can do it and then proving people wrong i mean he's been doubted at every quarter he was doubted at the combine and now it's just extra heartwarming to get him to be on his brother's team and with the seahawks it's like i said this before it is the ultimate i told you so that phone call is the ultimate i told you so i love the story he's talented enough to make that team that needs guys like you we all need guys like that in our lives truly inspirational so congratulations to him and we'll continue to track that moving forward also we revisit what exactly happened with russell westbrook the jazz fans last night and why i love it next the new espn app now with.

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"malloy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"By malloy nissan were great deals quiet place if they hear you they aren't you critics are calling quiet place a terrifying filler that demands to be seen in a crowded theatre a remarkable achievement is the most original and scariest movie in year emily blonde john krasinski a quiet place for you pg thirteen may be inappropriate for children under thirteen tomorrow night westwood one podcast network the andrew claybin show all right we got michael durant here from a senior fellow at the hudson institute terrific writer do you believe that trump would fire muller it just seems like a bad move i think it probably is a bad move i think he has a moral right to do it i think he has a legal right to i think politically it would be harmful bill injury cleveland subscribing download free on apple podcasts and google play from the westwood one podcast network everyone's listening westwood one podcast network relatable with alli stuck thing is the real tragedy is that the metoo movement could be at its foundation a good thing but intersection ality at third way feminism as they always do have ruin it is now about demonizing all men in a mass killing them relatable subscribe and download free on apple podcasts and google play from the westwood one podcast network everyone's listening better share your story with us on honor of that it's brought to you by kirtland federal credit union if you're a veteran or one anomalous somewhat son up on our website today newsradio kp dot gov brought to you by certapro pater at newsradio k k o ob broadcasting from the american home furniture outlet and clearance center studios weird is radio kk ob.

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Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson Warm Up Together, and to Each Other

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson Warm Up Together, and to Each Other

"I don't i don't think i know we missed some games but he was still you know one of the league leaders in receiving you know for catches and yards i mean this guy is phenomenal i think they would be making a mistake of getting rid of them but look you're talking about a team that's gotten rid of richard's you know seem more lawyer malloy things like that look they they know ernie adams bill belichick they know you know win to move on when not to but i just can't see gronk is good as he is and his talent is a as he is then moving on from him rob ryan raiders browns cowboys saints defensive coordinators could have you on the show bud good to be here our three will be coming up in the heard car shopping is really confusing sort of intimidating there's a lot of things out there invoice dealer price and list price and a lot of that stuff's confusing here's what isn't if you have a new car or you have a used car go to truecar dot com when you're ready to buy it's a more confident car buying experience new or use save three grand off m s r p corey mcgetrick former nba and duke stars going to be joining us around the corner in our number three the heard live from los angeles oh our number three in los angeles iheartradio fox sports radio app s one wherever you may be in however you may be listening to this is the heard christine lahey he is joining me now for our number three by the way she'll have more on tiger in thirty minutes tiger woods and phil mickelson played a practice round this morning i think they get along better than people figures like peyton manning and tom brady either arrivals i think tiger and phil have some similarities i think i've always think it's a little closer than what you read brady manning not as acrimonious as you believe me manning and brady years later you're like no they talk regularly i think tiger and phil share some same some parallel success and failures in life and i i think there are i don't think it's ugly as everybody says also corey mcgee is going to be joining us former duke star nba star what do you make of the warriors in rockets now.

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"malloy" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on WDRC

"Eight five seven four two seven to three is our telephone number yes mr telephone screener so we actually got a call while i was on you didn't address malloy right it's your excellency excellency mr daniel pima law excellency of course what am i thinking what am i thinking your excellency well what am i thinking that you'll see the big story tomorrow it'll be the lead story in the current it was the lead story in the hearst connecticut newspapers today how can we get andrew mcdonald confirmed as the next chief justice of the connecticut state supreme court the mcdonald's supporters are out there doing jumping jacks and cartwheels over the rally they had in westport last night one hundred people showed up in support of mcdonald's confirmation as if that's validation that he should be confirmed but the left is really pushing that the robocalls will be on why tomorrow well the senate is supposed to take up his nomination tomorrow and the left is hoping that he will be confirmed and we all know what's been going on the left with a robo calls and the george soros back campaign and on and on mcdonald's buddies out there and then the supposed quid pro quo offered by the governor's people late last week it was on a friday the governor is now denying it but there are those who say it happened that hey look if you confirm my guy andrew mcdonald to be the next chief justice will nominate andrew rohrbach more becky former state senator republican now a superior court judge and you you step back and you say isn't.

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"malloy" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Forty laura lawlessness and the democratic party we're going to do our ongoing feature this week on the laura ingraham show representative from connecticut kevin school sick is on the line and he wants to tell a brief story about what governor malloy is up to in that state which is obviously lawless but somehow he got reelected representative schools that could do good to talk to you give us a really brief description please good morning so you know or you know afternoon wherever it is but you know i i gotta tell you the the fact of the matter is governor malloy has done nothing but ruin public safety in the state of connecticut i come from a background in corrections where we had offenders that would serve their sentences it'd be released he's got a second chance program here in connecticut it has created anarchy in my opinion and and a lot of people a lot of violence violent criminals being back on the streets and hurting people that are out there including murders and rapes of the second chance program inmates and then italian the lawlessness my opinion with regards to the sanctuary cities in connecticut governor malloy seems to be the ringleader out in front of in the national conversation of the liberal agenda so i just think it's you're from connecticut you know beauty of this state and unfortunately it's been ruined ruined in my opinion under governor malloy i mean now they're pushing pot legalization because they're desperate for tax dollars exactly i mean let's face it you know endless in the medical profession we argue on different levels they're just not ready to have legalized marijuana i mean so you know what that's the answer to this liberal agenda let's go after you just brought up payphones were they're going to tax payphones if they find out there's many payphones in connecticut liberal after that taxes.

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Neighbors fed up with 'problem house' in NE Albuquerque

Storynory

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Neighbors fed up with 'problem house' in NE Albuquerque

"Know cool gemina's phone so he did after about three rings she picked up hello he said help where all you he said some one took us the license plate was ten three three four six six sakes oh i know who owns that call i'll go find them said jeff missed a pall was the guy he won the com i'll go to his house and beat him up once he arrived at jeff the household he broke the door and charged inside give me malloy kids

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Neighbors fed up with 'problem house' in NE Albuquerque

Storynory

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Neighbors fed up with 'problem house' in NE Albuquerque

"Hey hey i know cool gemina's phone so he did after about three rings she picked up hello he said help where all you he said some one took us the license plate was ten three three four six six sakes oh i know who owns that call i'll go find them said jeff missed a pall was the guy he won the com i'll go to his house and beat him up once he arrived at jeff the household he broke the door and charged inside give me malloy kids back he bellowed wait there's no one here he walked down the empty holes and went into a big dark room when he turn

"malloy" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Now they're like really good at like picking up on like oh that's going to be the turn that make like they've kind of like yet movie i own a malloy at all film one i'll they don't always understand i've mentioned family members and jokes and that were kind of heightened for humor horse you know and like family members who like wouldn't talk to me afterwards you know the crazy think my mom listens to all our podcast but she also listens to any i didn't even know this but she listens to like any podcast i'm ever a guest on that and i didn't know this until after a spontaneous nation aired and my mom called and she was busy i am beside myself and actually i was working in new york and i got this like crazy long sorry mom crazy long text message from my mother she was so upset about this story that i told paul on spontaneous nation i really hurt her feelings like this whole thing and you had to explain her i was like mom i mean i'm playing it up a little bit to make paul lathin lie yo you were good mum you know me like and i know you're not yeah exactly i just hate it anyway the weirdly it had to do with being a latchkey kid and for some reason latch key or vote turban i know it was like my however mom my my mom felt like it was like a very it was very triggering rush he'll guilty vegetal she felt like i wasn't a latchkey kid in tagged yeah it out i listen i definitely was by take my mom would also have a reaction to me saying that she was not she was not happy she was like i tried to be home every day after school i was like i know you did but you weren't so moving on.

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"malloy" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"So all offices and start off with trained to identify modern slavery some an individual presenting themselves to a fool's and saying that they were sin would then be referred either to specialists if it was a complex case all to response sophists says and other investigating turns and the quality if the response was was much more coordinating say it as a result of which victims continue to support prosecutions and pump the train says will held to account rise asked the best case in the worse what was what unfortunately whilst we did see pockets of good practice all too often police thing was reactive and offices demonstrates sent little knowledge and understanding of the nature and extent of malloy who's advice other things where they doing the on occasions missing some of the obvious signs one thought 'she was an individual went to their local police station they actually used the words modern slavery and unfortunately they were referred to the local authority who ultimately referred the in virtual back to the police force and it was only then that that fits in receipt the protection that they require is it a resources asia on occasions it it was not series will sing she because some of the emissions that we identify where fundamental policing practice and that wasn't former that's interesting surname.

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"malloy" Discussed on Slate's The Audio Book Club

Slate's The Audio Book Club

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on Slate's The Audio Book Club

"Nothing really felt flushed out here nothing really felt full or or at least fully realized um and it that left me feeling kind of drift throughout what uh what felt specifically unveil iced tea like the characters are you said the sense of place on it didn't there were not enough details on to give you like that costa rican flavor yeah it may have been uh the lack of of details lots of description it may also though have have been on the loc as you sort of suggest a of of characterization of me that i don't know if that would be your point or your observations about it on but it to me this this group of children was almost entirely without specific qualities that distinguished them uh they were just a kind of a group of miscellaneous imperilled ragamuffins at all points some and to the extent that they had characteristics it was like a sort of single characteristic for each one there is the you know the sort of sexy teenager the the one with diabetes the one with a who loves a pet bunny and beyond that i i didn't really come to understand as people which was problematic in part because for it for me at least as a reader because malloy is constantly shifting bit from chapter two short chapter of these chapters are just a pager too long i think is constantly shifting from one vantage to the next but.

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"malloy" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"malloy" Discussed on WDRC

"Radio show mornings on the talk of connecticut it's twenty minutes after five and my brother dan will be here of course at two five minutes after six o'clock he always has some interesting things he got some more of them this warning well you know uh some folks thought that we were making it up yesterday believe it or not they thought that we were trying to pull a donald trump okay of fake news it wasn't fake at all what am i talking about i'm talking about the story that we had right when we came out of the year at six o'clock that aetna was moving out of hartford and officials are admitting now that the company will relocate its headquarters out of the state a decision is expected by the summer it's expected the most of the five thousand eight hundred jobs at the has in connecticut will remain here for me this is now a conversation about the thousands of employees they have in our state and not where at the decides to plant it's corporate flag those are the words of governor malloy loyd at though was founded way back in eighteen fifty three in hartford now nobody is saying anything more than that but uh what this tells us is that the employees the working men and women will stay here but all the executives are going to new york or some other not just new york could be other areas as well so we'll have to uh wait and see but uh this is a very interesting.

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