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"manically" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of wanton endangerment in the first degree. When under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life he wanted Lee shot a gun a gun. Excuse me into the apartment occupied by initials C. E. The grand jury this afternoon announcing that former Louisville Metro Police attacked break bread. Hankinson wasn't died in a wanton endangerment, which is not related to Briana Taylor's death. It was due to shooting into a neighbourhood neighbouring apartment as he faces three counts of wanton endangerment. The other two officers, sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, and detective Miles cost grow, were not indicted. Kentucky attorney General Daniel Camera provided a detailed account of the events that took place in the early morning hours of March 13th. He said the three officers executed on the warrant, and while it had been reported that it was a no knock warrant, Cameron said evidence and a witness accounts showed that they did not going address their presence. After no answer at the door. The officers breached The door of Briana Taylor's apartment. Sergeant Manically first entered the apartment where her boyfriend tennis blocker fired a shot at medically striking him in the leg. Mattingly returning six shots with Costco firing 16. As a result, Taylor was struck six times with one of those shots being fatal. FBI Ballistics determined the fatal shot came from detective cost Grove. It was inconclusive of any of Hankinson shot struck Taylor Cameron said that the two officers were justified in defending themselves, Cameron says he knows just how big the case has been. There's no doubt that this is a gut wrenching Emotional case and the pain that many people are feeling. It's understandable. I deeply care. About the value and sanctity of human life. Deserves protection. And in this case A human life was lost. We cannot forget that Cameron announcing that he will sign an executive order to create a task force when it comes to securing revealing and executing search warrants in Kentucky to ensure what happened to Taylor doesn't happen again. The attorney general, also adding that justice needs to be based on truth, not revenge. Governor Andy Bashir is expected to give his response to the grand jury's decision at four o'clock now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Health Traffic Center. You see health is proud to provide emergency care services are ers are standing by to provide the safe care you need. Learn more at UC health dot com. Highways or accident free at this hour, but plenty of slow spots South down 75 year heavy between 12 Street and Dixie Highway, North Bound, Slow Approaching 2 75 in Erlanger on up to the cut on the hill. Between the lateral and gal birth. Then between Glendale Milford into 75. You're also slow going on south bound 75 between Mitchell and 74 traffic heavy on North bound 71 now between Ridge and Stuart, I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. Now the lady's forecast from a train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw temperatures enough in the upper seventies for a warmer day. Partly cloudy but still nice for this time of year. Tonight that sky stays the same down to 56 tomorrow. Hit or miss clouds of the high of 78. There is ah, small rain chance due to the remnants of beta, but realistically, the majority of us will not see a drop of rain tomorrow from your severe weather station on nine. First warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News radio 700 wlw Right are showing a mostly cloudy sky Right now Our temperature is 74 degrees. The Ohio Department of Health Releasing latest covered 19 numbers this afternoon 903 new cases 78 new hospitalizations. Eight. New ICU admissions and 52 New Death NEWS radio 700.
"manically" Discussed on KCRW
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave manically president trump says he'd like to see states seriously consider re opening public schools before the end of the academic year the president raised the idea during a conference call with governors yesterday the centers for disease control and prevention says when schools do re open student desk should be six feet apart with meals served in classrooms the CDC says school playgrounds should remain closed more than three thousand people in Massachusetts have died from the corona virus Mary Blake with member station WGBH in Boston says the state remains a hot spot for covert nineteen there have been more than one thousand deaths in Massachusetts in just five days the governor Charlie Baker says the surge is plateauing the number of new hospitalizations is dropping still the governor says he has not decided yet whether he will lift the stay at home advisory due to expire may fourth he says Massachusetts has been hit much harder than other states Boston will not be re opening on that date Boston mayor Marty Walsh was emphatic saying the city is still seeing rising numbers of infections and deaths and those trends have to change business owners have expressed frustration about the uncertainty of reopening and what the protocols will be when that happens for NPR news I'm Mary Blake in Boston across the US the virus has killed more than fifty six thousand this is NPR news you're listening to KCRW on cherry Glazer the state of California will start accepting millions of new applications for unemployment benefits today from independent contractors and others who've been shot out of the program up till now the surge of freelancers and self employed workers comes as the state's overwhelmed employment development department is struggling to catch up on claims that have already been filed KCRW's Darrell Samson has more the state has spent billions over the past month on new unemployed man claims but about one quarter of those who submitted applications are still waiting for their first checks and unknown number of others trying to get questions answered about their applications haven't been able to get through to the E. D. D. by phone or online the issues led the agency to shut down its website for about sixteen hours this weekend for maintenance now a new flood is about to be unleashed as the state opens up applications to gig workers part timers and the self employed those workers were previously not eligible for unemployment benefits but they've been brought into the program during the corona virus pandemic through the Kerr sacked the two trillion dollar congressional aid package senator Dianne Feinstein's office estimates that more than five million self employed in part time workers in California are now eligible for benefits for Casey R. W. I'm Carole saxman those workers who qualify for up to four hundred fifty dollars a week from the state and another six hundred a week from the federal government through the end of July the only unified school district says it's looking for help covering the cost of providing millions of meals to LAUSD students and their families during the pandemic the state county and city have all receive federal funds to support coronavirus related efforts like the food program being led by Los Angeles unified the appropriate portion of those funds should be going to their intended use to provide food to children and adults indeed district superintendent Austin do nurses the LAUSD has handed out thirteen million meals over the past five weeks at a cost of almost eighty million dollars it's the biggest food assistance effort in the country Peter says it should not be up to the district alone to pay for it a fund set up by the district to help pay for the meals program has raised about seven million dollars so far TV producer Peter Laurie has donated two hundred fifty thousand dollars and this week he also announced a two hundred fifty thousand dollar challenge promising to.
"manically" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On this Tuesday bay area high sixties all the way up to the upper eighties inland I'm Dave Freeman on KQ weedy at six thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave manically president trump says he'd like to see states seriously consider re opening public schools before the end of the academic year the president raised the idea during a conference call with governors yesterday the centers for disease control and prevention says when schools do re open student desks should be six feet apart with meals served in classrooms the CDC says school playgrounds should remain closed more than three thousand people in Massachusetts have died from the corona virus Mary Blake with member station WGBH in Boston says the state remains a hot spot for covert nineteen there have been more than one thousand deaths in Massachusetts in just five days the governor Charlie Baker says the surge is plateauing the number of new hospitalizations is dropping still the governor says he has not decided yet whether he will lift the stay at home advisory due to expire may fourth he says Massachusetts has been hit much harder than other states Boston will not be re opening on that date Boston mayor Marty Walsh was emphatic saying the city is still seeing rising numbers of infections and deaths and those trends have to change business owners have expressed frustration about the uncertainty of reopening and what the protocols will be when that happens for NPR news I'm Mary Blake in Boston across the US the virus has killed more than fifty six thousand this is NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian what San Francisco's police chief says his officers have issued seventeen citations to people and businesses for violating health orders related to the corona virus pandemic chief bill Scott says his department handed out seventy eight warnings to others Scott says SFPD officers and volunteers were sent out into the field last weekend to hand out face coverings to people who didn't have them he says more people stepped out of their homes because of the good weather police state most crime last week hit dramatic lows in San Francisco however burglaries are up slightly meantime bay area transit agencies and their patrons are adjusting to a new requirement for passengers to wear masks on buses trains and ferries KQ weedy stand bracket reports translators he say they're using a range of tactics including lots of new signage and social media postings to alert riders that they're required to wear masks or other types of face coverings in San Francisco muny has stationed covert nineteen ambassadors along Market Street to encourage safe riding on part of police have been intercepting mass was would be patrons in turning away between fifty and one hundred of them each day in response board board of directors member Bevan Duffy.
"manically" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave manically president trump says people across the U. S. should stay home and avoid large gatherings through the end of April federal guidelines encouraging social distancing had been set to expire today and P. R.'s Bobby Allen says members of the White House coronavirus taskforce convinced the president the worst of the outbreak in the U. S. is still ahead last week trump said he was optimistic the country could open for business on Easter but experts pointed out that the most severe stage of the outbreak is still ahead trump says he hopes the country will begin rebounding from the pandemic in June York city remains hardest hit with at least seven hundred seventy six deaths the mayor of Los Angeles is urging people who test positive for the virus not to go to a hospital in the city unless their symptoms are severe to Holland American cruise ships with sick passengers aboard are heading to Florida after being turned away from ports in South America Jennifer glasse reports this send them in the Rotterdam or on the move the Florida officials aren't sure they should come to fort Lauderdale's port Everglades not without stringent separation procedures the city's mayor says he wants assurances of the hundreds of non Americans could head to their home countries and US citizens on board to go into quarantine areas water treatment center that won't overwhelm southern Florida's already taxed healthcare system this is NPR news from Washington Louisiana is reporting more than thirty five hundred confirmed cases of the corona virus the state's governor says he's worried about hospitals in New Orleans being overwhelmed by patients at least eleven nursing homes in the states say they have confirmed cases of the virus largely in the New Orleans area the centers for disease control and prevention says the majority of states have nursing home patients with covert nineteen in Tennessee authorities have been evacuating patients from a nursing home northeast of Nashville because of the virus a top online bookseller based in Oregon says it's re hiring many employees who were laid off two weeks ago because of the corona virus here's NPR's neda Ulaby Powell's books based in Portland Oregon claims to be the world's biggest independent bookstore just a few weeks ago I had more than four hundred employees working in its warehouses and stores when the coronavirus hit CEO Emily Powell had to let almost everyone go but she recently released a statement on social media thanking customers for their online orders and sinkholes has been able to re hire a number of employees now there's more than a hundred working full time with benefits hello also asked for patience for people waiting for orders since new precautions are slowing things down and he promised to open the bookstores again as soon as it's safe to do so netters Libby NPR news hi I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington and I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York with the New York state budget due in two days governor Cuomo predicts drastic cuts as the Kobe nineteen crisis devastates the state's finances from Albany here's Karen dewitt the governor says a federal bailout package will immediately provide five billion dollars to hospitals for care of culvert nineteen patients Cuomo says the bigger problem will be school funding he says he can't paper over the bad news though and he says the economic recovery will be long and complicated we have to actually deal with the numbers that are presented by the way like every family in this state the governor's budget director Robert Mujica says the state will have to borrow money just to get through the first quarter of the new fiscal year because the April fifteenth tax filing date for state and federal taxes has been extended to July fifteenth.
"manically" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave manically president trump says a prominent al Qaeda leader killed by US military air strike in Yemen was linked to attacks on American targets for more than a decade NPR's Greg my re says the militant recently claimed responsibility for a deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida in a statement president trump said he ordered the strike that killed the al Qaeda leader in Yemen Qassem all re me for the past several days reports of such an attack had been circulating but there was no official word on his condition and last Sunday Qaeda released an audiotape statement by all re me he claimed the group was behind the December shooting at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola which killed three US sailors US officials have not said whether they believe the al Qaeda claim already has been accused of attacks on US targets dating back to two thousand eight and the state department was offering ten million dollars for information on his whereabouts Greg my re NPR news Washington the chairman of the house Judiciary Committee says he expects president trump's former national security adviser John Bolton to testify at some point about the president's dealings with Ukraine democratic congressman Jerrold Nadler of New York says Boldon will likely not be the only person to be a subpoena now there was one of the house managers who prosecuted the president at his Senate impeachment trial California Democrat Adam Schiff was another I think the fact that this president has been impeached in the house of representatives has that stain upon his record and will for all of time will if not to turn him it will deter others from engaging in the same kind of misconduct Jeff was speaking to NPR's morning edition on Wednesday the Senate acquitted trump on two articles of impeachment at the White House yesterday trump declared he's been vindicated economists say they expect the U. S. unemployment rate to remain at or near a fifty year low when the January numbers are released this morning by the labor department and P. R. Scott Horsley says a modest uptick in hiring is also forecast analysts expect the report will show that US employers added around a hundred and sixty thousand jobs in January that would be up slightly from December's pace but somewhat slower job growth in previous months business surveys released earlier this week show both factories and the much larger services sector picking up steam in January for manufacturing that was a rebound after a five month slump construction jobs also may have gotten a boost in January from warmer than usual weather in some parts of the country the U. S. added twenty thousand construction jobs in December home construction has shown signs of picking up thanks in part to lower interest rates so Horsley NPR news Washington Wall Street futures are lower this morning Dow futures are down eighty two points this is NPR news from Washington China now reports at least six hundred thirty seven deaths from the corona virus the number of confirmed cases in that country is more than thirty one thousand as the numbers continue climbing there's word from China that the Chinese doctor who issued an early warning about the corona virus outbreak has died at the age of thirty four it's prompted public mourning and expressions of anger on social media in Canada the first plane load of evacuated Canadians from Wuhan China has arrived back home a new study says climate change is causing a sharp decline in the population of bumble bees across North America and Europe NPR's Lawrence summers says the findings are published in the journal nature bumble bees are different than honey bees they're bigger fuzzier and help pollinate plants that honey bees can't researchers at the university of Ottawa found they're struggling to cope with climate change looking at a century of bumble bee records they found the extreme temperatures are causing local extinctions that's on top of other problems like habitat loss their results show in North America today you're only about half as likely to see a bumble bee in a place it used to live there are ways to help researchers say if you can plant native flowers and leave logs and leaves on the ground to provide shelter from the heat Lauren summer NPR news a state of emergency is in effect in Virginia because of heavy rains and flooding high water is causing problems in several areas including southwest Virginia that's were evacuations and rescues have been reported flooding is also a problem in parts of Tennessee and Kentucky I'm David Mattingly in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include home advisor committed to helping homeowners find the right pros for their home projects homeowners can read reviews book appointments and check cost guides for home projects at home advisor dot com or on the mobile app I.
"manically" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Motive I thought that out a little bit more anyway today's trivia question what is the largest lake on earth is that like Victoria is that or is that the highest like on earth well that's what the civic this is a trick question manically you're so close we have way your very you're out you're more on the was no that's it as well the Caspian Sea the Caspian Sea is despite being called a C. for its sheer size is a fully enclosed by land so scholars counted as a lake question cast no I love this job it is our what's our jeopardy category Dave category for today born first Kane give you three names tell me who was born my sister your correct that's minus one it's good to be back John Lennon Ringo Starr George Harrison manning first yes ma'am who is Ringo Starr correct Stokely Carmichael Martin Luther king junior or Malcolm X. Mandy was Stokely Carmichael wrong dang it rob who is MalcolmX correct next Alexander the great Darius the great Frederick the great rob it was Darius the great before correct if you were lucky is he from the radio the world is upside down and maybe you can straighten it out on.
Boeing addresses new 737 MAX software issue that could keep plane grounded longer
"Chicago based Boeing is working with the Federal Aviation Administration on a new software issue aboard its troubled seven thirty seven MAX series commercial airliners the AP said Donnie he'll the problem is with the software powering up the seven thirty seven Max a person with knowledge of the situation tells the AP it's software that verifies whether monitors tracking key systems on the plane are working properly the system is supposed to work on a manically Boeing is re writing software they played a role in crashes five months apart in Indonesia in Ethiopia the killed three hundred forty six people seven thirty seven MAX jets have been grounded for almost a year Boeing said in a statement our highest priority is ensuring the seven thirty seven Max is safe and meets all regulatory requirements before it returns
Boeing addresses new 737 MAX software issue that could keep plane grounded longer
"Chicago based Boeing is working with the Federal Aviation Administration on a new software issue aboard its troubled seven thirty seven MAX series commercial airliners the AP said Donnie he'll the problem is with the software powering up the seven thirty seven Max a person with knowledge of the situation tells the AP it's software that verifies whether monitors tracking key systems on the plane are working properly the system is supposed to work on a manically Boeing is re writing software they played a role in crashes five months apart in Indonesia in Ethiopia the killed three hundred forty six people seven thirty seven MAX jets have been grounded for almost a year Boeing said in a statement our highest priority is insuring the seven thirty seven Max is safe and meets all regulatory requirements before it returns to
"manically" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Let the committee manically this once on stage with the couple's great guitar do old people dance I get to sing for Michael back when I could sing all we're just suck it up property crimes year end the statistics that seem to indicate their down to six we don't report things anymore because the police themselves told us they won't come I speak from experience been here thirty five years the numbers are job and the cops themselves ignored they see from the tool six every single business owner on auroras property crimes at least twice a week yes the stopper porting it to six I'm up to five a reported cries most my neighbors have more all unreported my time is worth more crimes up up up up and we have one more yes lows in Monroe several thefts today and do not stop ever not allowed to confront the thieves right that's a one for the so the Olympic committee they thanks for the text by the way that a nine seven three all the Olympic committee is bearing athletes for making political protesters forty games how's that how do you do that you know what yeah it's the new Olympic sport hello see before I was like that's ridiculous rumors speech how are you going to enforce this hello you know some of the best at best athletes in the world you may this is where marshon can go next you see someone doing any sort of political protest tackled how exciting would that be because it would be on a number of different a you know if ensign now like sports stick I don't know how you actually yeah a bit tackling is a good idea sept but you know Marcia Anderson tackle people he runs over people but I would say this how do you how do you even go about say a facial tattoo that's temporary or a short arms phantom arm band you make a gesture like I just have like the yeah I'd like under the less you guys is the right one yeah sorry about that that's a that's on the one side or athletes agreeing amongst themselves to a hand signal this is stupid you I don't know that I want to see the protests but you can't ban amid stupid people gonna protest yes so the obviously the most famous example is John Carlos Tommie Smith at times rather I'd like to did go to my college which I'm pretty proud of gold medal winner nineteen sixty Olympics both of them to the black power salute they were told in advance it's a what they're wearing a black glove they have there have both of them raise their fists near the standing of the New Zealand runner they were both told in advance you do that and we will yank your gold medal your well one one a gold one one a bronze in the the New Zealand a runner he one of the silver I think it actually will be that he stood with the heated races right because he was black but but he was also it completely supported their the political statement and the and ended up losing costing him his career any of the both of them have the cold metal tank and then ultimately a sheepish Olympic committee return to them because they realize that trying to suppress the sort of speech was doing the more harm politically than get so what do you do if you're the Olympic committee what one of the things you do and they still do this is they cut away camera shots like you lose camera time and sometimes as an Olympic athlete your sponsor so you're sponsored big and your head in your sponsor expect some camera time they start cutting away that stuff and then you lose sponsors as a result or they cut away from you on the podium ceremony should you get on the podium the cut away from you there so what you have to to really what they're going to force the the elliptic athletes wanna make a point the gonna have to do it something in the field of play where it's very very difficult for the camera to cut away from it and they're good enough to be able to do it as much in the ceremonial stuff when the directors have much more discretion as to who the focused on that is a good point because part of the IOC's ruling they said the athletes can still say their political opinions yeah in the media settings are on their social media accounts it's totally cool but the IOC's was saying that it's fundamental principle that the sport is neutral must be separate from political religious or any other type of interferes yeah okay we get that you're right it would be half it would have to be in the act of emotion yeah or can be a statement like this tackle I went to go see a speech from a guy who had fought against the Soviets in it when it was the Soviet Union in politically and was in some of the Eastern Bloc countries as an organizer trying to get people to a let's let's let's organize ourselves and get out from under the thumb on our neck or the boot interactive the Soviet boot so one of the things they did was that drove the Soviet Union nuts and their enforcers nuts is they put in their store window Oster windows el Tor two plus two equals four men and what they were saying was mathematical still very simple that there since very simple facts and the facts are that as human beings we deserve these distinct freedoms we have these because were human and but the authorities couldn't come along and say they could only take that down why well it's it's it's it's against the state how it's two plus two equals four so my problem they knew something was wrong with it they knew it was somehow eating away at them or it was being subversive that was it it's subversive to say that's what they were saying was there still these backs and they they they couldn't figure it out so I think that the athletes can get very creative that way I am not craving of political activism during the Olympics in fact they don't want to see it but this is the way to get it done if you want to get it done you couldn't do kneeling hand gestures or sign so that takes all of that out you're still allowed to say what you want to say when you do press conferences you are let's say what you want to say on your social media you'll get a tattoo you could wear a bandage in a certain way U. S. athletes could hold hands in certain ways some color laces the certain colors voices you could wave in certain ways so we often take stories and we group them so you have sort of a you know it's sort of a thing to get the Olympic teams in the got the you you have the the themes of people are protesting then we have this thing Olympics things that won't happen so don't tell people about point number two right there well by that one is that you know exactly what happens in the Olympic camp well here you know yeah but the beds that's what I'm saying you know what happens in like the actual what do they call that we're Olympic bill the Olympic village yeah you know what happens there right these are some of the most finely tuned bodies on the globe there is a lot of hooking up during Olympic it your time there I talked to multiple Olympians that said if your single that is where you go everybody knows it and that is what you do usually it's after your van after you've competed and that is a part of the goal so now the Tokyo Olympics for twenty twenty as they have beds in Olympic village that are made out of cardboard and then all the sudden they realized there was a lot of people very concerned that the cardboard beds would collapse under certain athletic pursuits so they've now released a statement saying don't worry they will not collapse as long as you limit yourself to to do a better thank you Tokyo yeah not exceed the kilo weight limit war you can do the Alberto Tomba technique don't remember Alberto Tomba no no he was a famous ski racer as ensuring SM got caught out look like him and three fans in a hot tub at like two AM before his Olympic and got a silver medal maybe would have been a gold but it's got a gold medal in all of our hearts legend I use a legend so for the people of the Olympians I've talked to they said that that is the rule is that that is not the shenanigans not before you're a van after your van I don't think he fell through Harvard University has discovered something about power point presentations that could shock the foundations of businesses and sales and presentations and persuasion across the globe how do they present their research it passed the status of that's coming up let's get a traffic.
#PayUpHollywood Attempting To Change Pay And Working Conditions For Entertainment Industry Assistants
"Assistance in the entertainment industry are overworked underpaid and and often have to run personal errands for their bosses even after they leave for the day. That's according to a new survey of more than fifteen hundred assistance. It was released this this week by the grassroots movement called pay up Hollywood. The campaign started as a twitter Hashtag back in October and has been gaining momentum since then Katie kilkenny is an associate editor at the Hollywood reporter where she covers labor and she explains how the Hashtag grew out of an episode of script notes. A podcast asked about screenwriting. A assistant wrote in saying you know I think one of the big issues. That's going to be coming forward in the next few decades in Hollywood is that we're gonna I have to talk about the low pay. That assistance are facing in how that is related to rising cost of living in Los Angeles and from near the hosts which cacus Craig Mason. Who are both really powerful writers in Hollywood? Read that note and ask for more people to talk about their stories of being an assistant in Los Angeles they just got an overwhelming matic. Email and a writer named Alber who is on the board at the Writers Guild of America started Hashtag called Hashtag Champ. Hollywood so a couple of days before Thanksgiving script notes facilitated a pay up Hollywood town hall where assistance had a chance to talk about some of the issues. And here's what one woman who didn't provide. Her name had to say about burnout. We almost have like three jobs at once. Like not only. Are we working our day. The job for forty to sixty hours a week and not making enough and then therefore doing work on the side like babysitting driving etc but we also have the work of our own careers. I and I think that is what leads that burnout. Because we're not only expected to have this day job that puts all these things in place for us to move forward and then on top of that we're expected to have like an hour to write a day or or to fund their own short films and make them on the weekends like that is just like impossible. I think impossible's inaccurate word word for what she's describing. What some of the other issues that came up around the Hashtag and around the town hall so I think a big one is the question of access? Hollywood has been talking talking a lot about its diversity issues wanting to get more folks into the pipeline of diverse backgrounds. But what we're looking at. Here's the situation where you have to to be able to afford to be an assistant in the first place to get that first leg up in the industry and so Paige Hollywood has just released a survey of one thousand thousand five hundred fifty one assistance and they found that seventy percent of the people who were surveyed were white and that fifty two percent were receiving financial -sential aid from family and friends to make ends meet as they were assistance in Hollywood. So I think we're seeing that this industry in order to diversify does have to become more accessible or economically manically accessible to folks who aren't coming in with with that aid so that to me was notable as well as the fact that a lot of assistance were also talking thing about this sort of demeaning conditions that were expected of them. Hollywood has pay your dues culture and I think a lot of folks remember at its in difficult conditions when they or assistance and so sort of expect. There is a lot to go through that as well. But in the survey it showed that one hundred and four respondents had an object thrown at them in the workplace. So I think that we're looking at conditions assistance or not only being pretty badly paid but also they are facing conditions that are pretty rough. We're talking with Katie kilkenny at the Hollywood reporter about pay up. Hollywood there are other things that really jumped out to me. One is that almost ninety three percent of those. The people surveyed said they work more than forty hours a week and fifteen percent said they were working more than sixty hours a week and hero's something that was really troubling. Almost almost a quarter said that they had reported an increase in substance abuse. So it sounds like the job is really taking a terrible terrible toll on the people who are in this line of work completely. I mean I think these numbers sort of show something that assistance have been talking to each other about for a long time and so I think for a lot of this is not a surprise but this survey really shines a light on some of these issues and the fact that things need to change and it sounds like some show runners are actually saying this is unsustainable and maybe even immoral absolutely so I talked to a few folks. We'd been vocal on twitter with their support and basically found out talking to them that they were advocating for higher wages on projects that they're currently developing and these are Adam conifer who Folks might know true. TV's Adam Ruins everything. David H Steinberg. who was a CO show runner? Netflix is no good nick. And the writer producer producer Creator Ayelet Waldman who was an executive producer on Netflix. Unbelievable Waldman in particular told me that she was trying to get her assistance twenty dollars an hour plus benefits and hover was saying that he was trying to just various aspects of the job to make it more. Tenable you said in your story Lori that you had reached out to the major studios and talent agencies for comment and let's just say they weren't flooding the phone lines calling back. have any of them. Had anything anything to say. One Agency is doing something and they didn't provide comment for the story. But you know I heard via sources that for which is the talent agency that represents spoke John August who helped movement as well as Liz Alpert who coined. The HASHTAG has conducted in anonymous pace survey of their assistance. And and I will also be receiving and looking at the results of the pay up Hollywood survey and I imagine that in weeks to come others will speak up more but for now they our remaining mum and even if the hours are horrible. The working conditions aren't great. A lot of people want these jobs right because it's so hard hard to get into the business and this is one possible path for people who want to become creative people in Hollywood definitely. They're extremely competitive jobs and often a line that is used with assistance to speak up about work. Conditions is that you know there were thousands. That will take place but it's gotten to the point where the wages are the same as they were twenty years ago in some cases That's what we're hearing from. These stories while the cost of living in Los Angeles has skyrocketed. And so these assistance missiles argument is that the situation is untenable at the slain. Katie Kilkenny is an associate editor at the Hollywood reporter. Katie thanks so much for coming on the show as much for having me
"manically" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast
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"President Donald Trump accused of the crime of soliciting foreign interference in an American election has responded ended with the interesting ploy of committing the same offense again in full view of television cameras having spent much of the week raging manically at accusations that he asked Ukraine to scrape scrape up dirt on Joe Biden he went ahead and went ahead rather and ask China to do exactly that to the always debatable extent that trump has any audio what he's doing it may have been yet another example of politician concentrating exclusively on winding up his base without regard for propriety plurality. T- reality this is what we want to talk about in this spot the degree to which various political asylums in many democracies have been somewhat what overtaken by the lunatics but Alex first of all it is the eternal question where trump is concerned and I think this may be the first time it's been put to you as a panelist. I think John's probably heard at any any number of times. Is this some kind of cunning six dimensional strategic chess or is he just a massive idiot. I mean it's always the big question isn't it. I think he's I think he blunders to raising survival instincts and a very very strong self preservation instinct and he is he's in some ways kind of strategic but I also I think we've got to be realistic his caucus abilities and not one hundred percent and I do think there's also an element of just smashing through and this is this is the sort of style the boss Johnson appears to you know I think that quite different actually and facile comparisons between the two me misleading but you know it it is that sort of sense in which you just keep going ahead on diverted and say when trump castle carries on commits the offence again as you say it's almost the way of wind in a grinding people down and normalizing it isn't it. I mean it sort of a way of saying yeah. I'm doing you know I it's it's sort of it could be seen as he's is just trying to get it into people's heads that it's not that big a deal. He's not even hiding
"manically" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Chairman Michael Steele spoke out against President Trump's recent statements on twitter regarding Congressman Elijah Cummings Steele says the president should come to Baltimore before making those comments we are not defined by the color of our skin. We're not defined by four Hundred Years of slavery. That is a part of who we are. It is what animates US Andy. No is a conservative writer who was beat up during a rally by ANTIFA members in Portland Oregon. The assault took place back in June and no always suffering from brain injuries as a direct result of the attack he joins Fox News and share some startling news. It's been four weeks since my beating and robbery outside the Justice Antero manically. There's not been a single arrest as far as why no one has been arrested. No says I don't know I don't want to be cynical about the police investigation but this has been a pattern of incidents of antifa violence in the city that never results in arrest chargers. There's.
"manically" Discussed on Love Your Work
"Then I mean, you could do there were some museums and Van Gogh went to them but just to be an art gallery process. Nali hundreds of thousands of works of art, many of them in reproduction, but still processing them was a huge artistic advantage students of developers. I developed a an awareness of the entire tradition at least of western painting. And so there was this artistic advantage. But what you suggest is that it should have been a commercial advantage as well of strategic advantage. And it it could have been but Bengo with was so troubled and so in capable of interacting with people in even a any modicum of normal. Easy of normality that he he literally was was was was he's kind of a sending the ladder. He he kept being demoted. He was demoted from the the gallery and the hey to the disorder storeroom in the gallery in in London. And then eventually to an even lesser job in the gallery in Paris. And then he was finally fired and Nali when he was fired. He was he was prohibited from ever stepping foot in the gallery again. So he he he he tore up basically the family relationships both with his uncle with his uncles network of contacts and even another article with a book dealer and sold some art even the relationship with him. Basically all these family relationships. It could have been so advantages to him in his art career were destroyed by because of his complex, psycho, psychological and psychiatric problems. Well, it's amazing that he he could have had that that he could have even the family business done so poorly that he became banned from ever returning there. What what was it about his personality was or his interactions with other people that was so unpleasant? Well, he he was incredibly intense of, you know, many of us have somebody in our life. Who is so intense that it's almost hard to be in in their presence kind of manic. He spoke manically he behaved manically, it was it was uncomfortable. Even for the members on family to be around him. But it exhibited itself in specific acts that were by. Themselves reason enough fire, for example, when he was in Paris gallery, it's been recorded that clients would come it would come up to him or he would go over to them looking at a painting. The e fought was was one of the inferior paintings in the room and say to them things like, oh, no, no, no, no. You don't want to buy that only with somebody with terrible taste, we want that to be looking at this painting over here. And you can imagine is bosses didn't care for this behavior. What was his relationship with creating are at that point in time. Did he not really start his career as an artist for for sometime after? Yes, he did did some house withdrawing but nothing. Nothing more than the average person out. There might done. Even though there is mother did watercolors lots of middle class people, especially women did that in the nineteenth century, and she was acquainted with some from a family named back. Highs in that had multiple painters of note in that family, and so bango sort of knowledge through his uncle, but through these these friends of his mother was acquainted with the world of professional art. But none of that cold. In fact, is first aspirated was to do well in the family gallery of merchant not as a as an artist..
"manically" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"manically" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Money, riches and wealth with Christopher John O'Shea tonight. True. It's going to be back with her couple weeks being away you've been away for a couple of weeks seven. I miss you. Privilege of see me every day. And that's fine. You don't get to last week. We had a guest in the week before that was Graham, right Graham Graham was with me last couple of weeks ago. So yeah, he's going to be a regular. He's gonna come on. Quite quite frequently. So that's good. He's good. Very good. Not as good as you. All right. I'll pay later for that. Tonight is an open show. You know, what that means? Chris amazed at our our listeners are the guest listeners are the get they get to determine the direction of the conversation tonight. So if you have a topic you wanna talk about insurances investments. Elder care estate, planning income taxes. And you know, I was talking to Sean this morning about the disaster that the Maryland income tax returns are not only did the politicians make it a disaster for those who can't itemize anymore and took away probably as much as ten thousand dollars of deductions for the average Marylanders and gave them out in one dollars twenty two hundred and fifty or forty four hundred forty five hundred dollars standard deduction when they were typically used to deduct the itemized deductions of ten to fifteen thousand dollars. That's minimum. In Maryland says now is gonna take it away. If you can't itemize federal I demise with. But then if you're even itemizing the tech softwares, not handling this very well yet, and this is not uncommon. It's the. Indian attack software. They focus the whole year trying to just get the federal right? They didn't have the time to really focus deeply on the state issues. Also, and the, you know, I think it's kind of trial and error is going through this lead in the CPA's in each day. Come back to them and say what needs to be fixed? You know? Pretty amazing is pretty amazing. And it's wondering how turbo tax going to handle this or certainly. Some of them have gotten a write some of them have not gotten it. Right. So it just and then you get the withholding issue that happened to individuals this year, which on top of it just kind of blurring the whole issue of most people got tax reduction. Most people now no doubt about already people got tax reduction. But because the withholding tables weren't. Up to speed a lot of conspiracy theory. And there's a lot of theories, but people are not getting refunds we're used to. But their taxes are down. It's just that they were getting you throughout the year. Right. Yes. Absolutely. So anyway, we were under no showed a night that his way if you wanna call in be the guests in direct the conversation four one zero nine two two six six eighty four one zero nine two two six six eighty if you want to call in and direct the conversation of the show tonight. And whatever topic it is you wanna talk about with personal finances will be here to answer it for you. And if not Chris, and I will ramble on about something. I'm sure one of about fifty topics. We can talk about that. That is absolutely true. But this so, you know, the Maryland, and I haven't seen a turbo tax return yet to see you know, I've seen some turbo tax returns. But everyone has ended up in. The standard deduction catch. They're down at the forty five hundred dollar deduction range. You know? So that were married couple for a married couple and Nina the problem with that is if we don't do the return and we're reviewing it. We're not seeing what itemized deductions they actually took. So this is an interesting issue here. I at least find it interesting. So let's say you do your federal itemized deductions Christian you get up to twenty three thousand four hundred and twenty five dollars. Well, it's not twenty four thousand right. So the tax program says, hey, Chris, you should take the standard deduction on your federal return will boom once you do that. You're Maryland return on manically says, hey, he didn't itemize on his fed. He's gonna take the standard deduction for four Maryland. Also, what you're missing there is that you were only five hundred and seventy five dollars off of the federal if you paid the fed an extra let's say hundred bucks or you.
"manically" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's five in the morning. Here's your news with Roger badesch Santa couple of weeks, fair sky six above right now. But a wind chill of seven below unman shot into an SUV on the city's south side Thursday evening critically wounding one year old boy who was in the vehicle with relatives. Community activists. Andrew home says more than twenty three thousand dollars reward is being offered to find the shooter. What we supposed to do to help them? Scott police department. Detectives let's help this baby. And police say the shooting was not random appears to be targeted incident. And we're getting word now that that reward money has gone up to thirty five thousand dollars upgraded charges for the convicted felon accused of killing a teenager Orleans square mall last month. Cook County grand jury has indicted Jakhar Williams on first degree murder charges aggravated battery and other charges leading up to the shooting death of eighteen year old Giovane Britain at the food court inside of the mall on January twenty first Williams was arrested two days after the shooting and charged with possession of a firearm. He was. Out on parole for a robbery conviction at the time of the shootings. Williams is said to be back in court on February twentieth. Andrea darlas WGN news over genius state, lawmakers giving Lieutenant governor and ultimate him amid sex assault. Accusations from two women Urginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax has until Monday to resign or face impeachment says state lawmaker and fellow Democrat Patrick hope as the father of three young girls. I cannot stand by silently while the Lieutenant governor is facing multiple credible allegations of sexual assault. Hope says he would introduce articles of impeachment which under the state constitution is for high crimes and misdemeanors. There's no question that violence sexual assault clearly qualifies as a high crime. Bare facts denies the allegations and says he won't step down. Chefs Iverson, ABC news and house. Lawmakers are discussing a universal college. Admission Bill under the legislation students the top ten percent of their graduating class and meeting test score requirements would autumn. Manically be admitted to any.
"manically" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Can get into. Yeah. Yeah. So there were you at the sixty six candlestick show, the final show now I was at the next the final one that was nice stadium or stadium. And there was a big difference. When I worked with him in sixty five still really fresh to them in a way. But in sixty six it was a definite change wasn't as funny wasn't much camaraderie between us, it was just more work and just more serious sixty six while they just got off of that far east tour in the Manila incident. And all that. Well, and they'd had all this stuff that happened in Atlanta and the bible the book. That's right. Yeah. John's comment about big and being bigger than Jesus. And all that. Yeah. And all you know, all these things by that point. They were just pretty tired. So I didn't realize that I saw the next to last concert that they were gonna. Yeah. Full after scandals candlestick, the only concert make money for the promoter. Oh, really if you if you imagine that. Well, I actually I think I have read that there were still tickets left to be sold, and you know. You know, maybe the the the sheen was was wearing off a little bit. Obviously by sixty six you know, you're starting to have American bands that are of equal stature of of the Beatles here, or at least coming up coming up behind him, very local gigs ever since a lot of music come out certainly at that time. Yeah. Right at that time. So. Yeah. All right. So let's talk about the creation of apple corps of a why did the Beatles decided they needed to form their own record company, and how did that work with a capital M I? People didn't realize that when the bills start one is a babble thought well capital on manically had apple records. But you know, apple records was a company. It was a multifaceted company and to get apple we had to compete against everybody else. We have the Beatles with apple was a separate entity. And you mean to compete of for their for the products vision in distribution in the United States. Right. And so we had to compete with all labels. Now, we did have one kind of good advantage. We had history wasn't there was relationships already. But we could offer them something. Nobody could offer them and the Beatles would bring apple to capital we allow the Beatles under contract with Kaplan online, and they were not they couldn't be on apple they were on capital. So we allow them to lease their records onto the apple lay. Able and so that they were on apple records and actually the county numbers were still capital numbers. But they were on their label. What's the one thing we offer them because otherwise they would had a record company distributed by CBS, but they would still they would be on capitol. So this thing we had to offer. The that's how we gone one apple in what what kit Gorda cov in the other executives. Think of the idea when that was first presented to them. Oh, are you killing? I mean now in cavalier a lot of suits their Niger sought those guys are just a bunch of scruffy rock-n-rollers known gut capital turn down with three times or something right before they actually signed. But oh, you mean. Well, originally originally. Yeah. But I'm talking about the apple corps, the idea of forming a business and being separate label. I mean, I guess like Frank Sinatra had done that with reprise before it wasn't completely out of the blue. Right. But actually, Gordon who really liked to ban and the band love to Gordon Cole was an unusual, man. He's a finest man on ever met. And they they stand they called him stand. They didn't call score to call the only stand, and I think latest understood joke, and it was a natural thing. Again, they had history. They didn't know the, you know, glide Davis is nail that people like that. Like, they they knew. Bands. So it was this is what the boys want to do. We're going to do it. Well, yeah. Yeah. G magic can imagine our relationship to be like with them that they were over CBS in. We had him as artists on capital. And all this stuff would start mixing together where you can't sing backgrounds on. And you just been a nightmare. It really would. And you know that the relationship with the gritty fell apart, even if we didn't want I think we had to have it on. But I think it's quoted in your book where one time a korchikov says that it's like fifty percent of the capital business. Yeah. That's that's that's scary time. If you're if you're. You certainly don't have one. A business. They walk. You know, you're. Yeah. And eventually as we know, you know, their existence was already tenuous by that time in and you know, deteriorates over the next couple of years. So you get tapped as the liaison between capital and apple recite. Right. No. I actually was made US manage apple records be by mutual thing between Ron Kass and Goral that I would work for an insane that capital Ditto. Also over saw other independent labels like we had harvest. We had recalls fame records, we have, you know, different labels. So I still oversaw those labels as director gonna put labels that. I worked for apple. But it'd have two jobs you did work for for capital and you work for apple right? Yeah. I mean, you got two paychecks. No. And that's too bad. Isn't it? What I made back. Then it was you know, just what hardly nothing in the business. Even though I had the the promote job in the whole industry. About status. It was all about staff. That's right. I had to fight to fly I glass, but going dill hang stuff was that was formalized along flight. But anyway, so that wrong casts. Let's talk a little about him. I loved Ron cats. Ron cast may was consummate businessman. He was classiest guy ever met. He was a sharp guy. The cast was there. Everything was light. Happy fun exciting. I would say between Gordon casts. Those people. I learn more from than anybody in the industry.
"manically" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"manically" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"It used to be that. We just want to be children manically right now. I feel like that has extended into our need to be chose until show media. Well, you know, and it's it's it's again. It's a conditioning. It's a programming where you're seeking external validation because someone to click. I like you. They don't know you. They haven't seen you. They don't you don't know them. You see See, them? you know. They could be a sexual predator. You know that a thief, but they they like you. Understand what kind of crazy. Soclean with the. We dishonor dismissed and devalue ourselves, that's how we show up on social media for other people to validate us and then get find ourselves by doing that. Find ourselves in the situation that we can't get out of because we set it up the classic victims of our brother our Kelly. They wanted something external validation fame and fortune and a career, but he could get it and found themselves in a situation that they couldn't get out. But we do it every day. We do it on social media. We do it in our relationship. We do in jobs. We do it everywhere because we're programmed and conditioned to be externally reference as opposed to internally reference. I don't kill who it is. What it is where it is in. I'm getting in here. I. You know, my my students in my friends. They tease me they say did you pray about what shoes to wear today? No. The walking. I don't want to have the ones that star. I did. Prey von everything yet, I do and not praying to an outside God, but tuning in to the inside wisdom, you know, one of the things that I said this morning, probably a company a males, which are them. I said, you know, once you lose your underarm hair, and you use hair lose the hair and the private places wisdom sets. Do things the way you used to have no in dog here. My shooting. The win rely back in other places 'cause ball. My mind is clear. Vale of laughing extra hard. I'm crazy. Because sometimes when I'm going to a new nail shop, I will sit and think okay, I need this experience to be posited. Right. That's why pray. Meets on mail shop and having issued issue one of those lady right now. So I sit my saying please make this. The you do it on the positive experience. I walk in here. I go deeper than that. I clearly LA let everybody have what they need by the time. I get there. Klay the line because I you know, because I can't stay in one place anywhere too long because sooner or later. True. Yeah. And you know, we we've talking a lot on the show about what we're working through this year. I'm very ably positive person. That's the end she ally to give out, but I think people are so much uglier now was in Trump's America and everything that's happening. Yes, I'm in the White House. Okay. Forty forty five. The men who should not be named again. But I feel like it's harder for me as somebody who likes to give out. What I, you know, get back. What I give out. I'm not getting anything bad. Let me I wanna hold your hands. And I wanna tell you something that I experienced just today on a first class plane. I'm not gonna name the airline and women and I sat down and usually I'm the only fly in Super Bowl that means on the block. I. And I'm usually not dressed Incheon. Now, I have on my things, and and so I got them, and I got to the scene and the gentleman was there, and he looked up at me. And he continued being whatever he was being. And then I said excuse me maggot near and so. And he moved and I did not get up. So I had enough sense to turn facing him. So that input my butt in his face. And I got over to my Seton schools around and sat down and a few minutes after that he picked up the phone. He down this phone, and this is what he said take a Brown clutch pearls. He says on the telephone. My neighbor is a nigga and probably a damn. All I could do was look at him. Because you know, it just first of all to Brooklyn in you. Okay. The Brooklyn in me Bank. You Jesus was not present Brooklyn. And may was stuck in the.