35 Burst results for "Manville"

"manville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"manville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New York area some residents remain displaced one of the hardest hit towns was manville New Jersey where flooding damaged hundreds of homes WNYC's Karen Ye returned to banville with some locals are still struggling to rebuild So this is it Mary Anne Morris takes me inside what was her home It's a single story ranch house filled with sunlight and three bedrooms That's all we needed Morris and her 7 year old daughter who has special needs moved into the lost valley neighborhood of manville in December 2020 less than a year later But a desperate situation for people of manville here are getting worse You can see the house It was the first home the 43 year old's Morris ever purchased and she hadn't even finished unpacking the boxes in the basement that ended up completely underwater during the storm The floodline she says reached just under her kitchen counters on the first floor There was still my daughter's baby blankets and stuff from the hospital When she was born we had the handmade decorations from kids you know they make up in school Like oh they're so proud and mommy look at me and lost all of that Inside Morris home is currently stripped down to the studs She says volunteers helped her clean everything out after the storm dragging dripping insulation to the curb even president Joe Biden visited her block and promised the federal government's health Thank.

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"manville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:36 min | 10 months ago

"manville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Manville, Somerset County. Here. People's Homes are just completely empty out into the street and the lawns. I mean, there's furniture, couches, cabinets, toys, diapers just littered all over and piled many feet high. Along Main Street. The businesses here as well suffered all of the all of their stuff. All their equipment also piled along the hot the sidewalks across the state 27 people died, mostly in floodwaters, either in their cars or trapped in their homes. There was one particular family of three with their neighbor who died in the same apartment. This was a complex where the first floor was just completely inundated by the floodwaters. And in New York reporter Gwen Hogan from W. N Y. C News has been following how residents in Queens are dealing with the aftermath of Ida. Unlike Hurricane Sandy were low lying waterfront areas were most impacted. This hit random pockets of the city all over that just happened to be slightly lower in elevation. Some of the worst flooding happened in middle and working class residential queens neighborhoods home to immigrants from all over the world. It's very hard to see Home. We we grew up. And getting destroyed, you know? I think we just need a home. As of right now we just cleaning and cleaning and it's just, you know, there's like no help. From anybody. I don't know what's going to happen. I don't know how we're going forward. I don't know The city needs to do something. This is like blocks and blocks people. These are their homes. I went to one part of the borough where every home in a five block radius. Took on more than five ft of water people lost family photographs and Mementos, furniture and appliances. In some cases, the basement was the family's whole apartment, and they fled with nothing as the waters rose. 13 people died in New York City, most of them in unregulated basement apartments. While Northeastern states took the most recent hits from Ida, the state of Louisiana still has hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without power. And the total damage is estimated to be in the range of $50 billion. In the city of New Orleans. The aftermath of IDA has been an ongoing challenge. At least five people have been found dead at the city's senior living facilities, and this past weekend, residents without power were shuttled to shelters in northern Louisiana and Texas. I spoke with Councilwoman Cindy when the council member for District E in the city of New Orleans, which includes New Orleans East and the Lower ninth Ward. She told us about the damage from Ida in her district. I have the largest district in Orleans Parish, and it also includes for pipe Lake Catherine and Venetian al We're seeing a lot of wind damage and of course, you know, with the power being out for the entire city added more stress and damages to the area, but power line being down trees because you know New Orleans. We were on that path of really utilizing our natural resources to improve the environment. And we have a lot of beautiful oak trees that were impacted by Ida and we have, you know, of course, homes collapsed from the wind from Ida. And so there's very similar concerns in every neighborhood. Right now. We're trying to get people power to their home. Help with cleaning up Trash. That has been sitting And then just making sure that people continue to stay healthy. Insane. Melissa it is, uh, it's a handful. You know what I what I'm seeing all around as people are neighbors are helping neighbors and that's just a beautiful thing. To see every day. I so appreciate you making the point about what a large district E is. I want to dig into the power question first for just a minute because New Orleans East is a bit different than other parts of your district. New Orleans East is a place where I think most of the power has been restored, in part because power lines were were built underground. It's kind of a newer part of the city. Is that right? I'm wondering if you could maybe compare The power outages that you're experiencing right now in different parts of your district. Yeah, and, uh And of course, you know, I have no electrical background. But from what I've been in communication with energy almost every day. And because we do have underground wiring. It has helped us greatly. And then in addition to that the Northeast plant that we're utilizing to power over I think right now the count is that we're over 100,000 household has got power. Because of that plant as well. Without that plant. Melissa think most of us in Orleans Parish will still be in the dark, but I do have areas to have, uh, wire out, Um, the Lower nine in particular. They? We've been very fortunate that most of that area has been restored as well. But the key for the East has been there because most of our warrant it's underground. And I think as we clean up Hamida, and that's we moved the city of New Orleans sport. We need to look at investment in making sure that every community has better infrastructure and, you know, definitely gonna be pushing for underground wiring for our neighborhoods in district. These districts that you're talking about or these neighborhoods New Orleans East Lower nine. These were some of the hardest hit 16 years ago after Hurricane Katrina and after the levee failure Have you been talking with folks on the ground there about how they're feeling now with another monster storm that hit on the exact same day? Yeah, you know, of course. Very stressful. I didn't leave New Orleans. I stay. We were doing praying session on the day that I had a hit. And just keeping everybody is saying because my phone Facebook social media people were very overwhelmed. And Yeah, so it's very painful. But I hope and I believe that with the work that we've been doing for the past 7 to 8 days, people recognize that we're not repeating history in district E. Melissa. You know, we're going to make sure that our families are going to be able to rebuilt tapping into resources. Making sure that we help every families in our community with everything going on, Councilman, How do you find joy or resilience in these moments? When I see neighbors helping neighbors when I get stories from people saying, Hey, Cindy, I'm cooking, You know enough food.

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Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ

"Start though. With residents in the northeast who are still recovering from the devastation of storm ida president biden toward neighborhood in new york and new jersey. Yesterday offering words of comfort and promises of support to those affected emphasizing the reality of a worsening climate nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez has more with the devastating aftermath of remnants sprawled across the northeast president biden toured hard hit communities comforting families and highlighting the urgency of climate change. Climate change poses a next essential threat to our lives to our economy. The threat is here is not going to get any better question. Can't get worse we can stop it from getting worse. The president approving major disaster declarations for counties in new jersey and new york pouring more federal aid into them but in queens were gut wrenching. Video showed officers trying to rescue a family from a flooded basement. Frustration is spilling over split survivors struggle with the new normal. It's a shame it really is has to be done. I could deal with it. Not if the thirty eight years. I'm getting too old in manville new jersey. Julian colorado is clearly still in shock days after the storm to go and on fire around. There's water everywhere. There's no article in the basement. Her mother shows us how the water flooded the garage after destroyed their basement scenes h. One gets worse and worse. This area also flooded during the remnants of floyd in nineteen ninety nine and irene in twenty eleven. How sick are you of this happening over. And over again i was fifty two first time. Sixty two second time. Seventy two thirds. The water reached pass philip. Ucla's baseman and into the first floor. It triggered gas leaks nearby. Homes and businesses exploded.

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"manville" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:27 min | 10 months ago

"manville" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Go out to you Manville, New Jersey, Fairfield, New Jersey all around along the Passaic River Basin we are feeling for you and the politicians will be walking and talking. They'll get the money you got. I want to see how much you get. And please keep us posted because this happens every time. But although I must say and this it's a tough one because Either was not this was not expected to this degree of flooding. It was not expected more so it apparently more more water than even in Orleans, then Katrina, believe it or not. And the people in in the in New Orleans and Louisiana are hurting. So our hearts go out. And we are here for you. If you're listening, and you're somewhere and you know you can't get the help, Please, let us know exactly what we could at least try to maybe get you to Emergency management in New York as someone who can help Joe on the radio. I wanted to say just as an aside, uh as it's a Tuesday, September 7th hope Labor Day went well for you, you know, and we had such a great time. Like I said out, and I'll tell you all about it as we As we go on in the morning unfolds. I was on stage working, and we're and we're performing and the and the great people, but it was a love fest. Margo and John Catsimatidis. I love fest. John's birthday broke dishes, the Greek tradition of breaking dishes, which is great. I was as an Italian. You throw dishes every now and then. But the the Greeks, they do it right. They celebrated throw right on the floor. We throw it at each other, but that's a whole another story. Elway Whoa, No, that's not true. That true. So so then, tomorrow yesterday, rather is yesterday was Labor Day. Okay? And people keep saying, Joe, You gotta relax. You gotta relax and I'm going and he was like Joe, you should take time. Enjoy. Enjoy when I'm on stage, That's my wheelhouse. My comfort level is on stage. It's weird. I don't know. Call it a disease. Whatever you will, you know, I always see Robin Williams had not to compare myself to the brilliance of Robin Williams about any degree. But Robin was always seemed to be most comfortable in his in his tortured life, really, in many ways. It's the sweetest man on the planet, by the way, rest his soul, but he was always comfortable that's always would watch him and that's what he wanted to be. And and that's I don't know. I feel the same way. Um, on stage and you feel kind of comfortable, so enjoy it. It was fun getting on the chopper running around getting the crazy schedule, But so now you go, okay. People say, Joe, You've got to take a day and you got to go. Okay, I'll take it. But then I said my mother was in Essex County, and I got to go see my mama can't not go see, my mom said so I say, Okay, I'm going to see my mom and I went and we had the best time, you know, and the best time just and she was so appreciative that I was there were talking. We had a great time and talking with her, and I tell her how much I appreciate her. Because I know, I know. You know, my dad's not with us, and I feel that and I made sure I told you with my pop. I would always talk with Popeye would drill them on the history of this country history of of our family coming to America. You know, history of what he went through learning and my mother is like a plethora of history as well in that regard, and really the the guiding light. And the head of the family. That's what moms generally are, you know? So then I go. Okay, Marcie ago. Not yourself. You go ahead. You got ugly, great, great visit and then I am my way home. I know I'm close to my father's grave. Right? And I said, You know, I was about a half hour away. I said, I gotta go. Do you not go to the great present in the tiny thing? Do you go I went, I had to go. Not only not only Did I do? And and again? This is an aside Neither here nor there. We'll get it to the issues of the day. But I did say I as I went, and I went to my pop's grave, You know? And you say a prayer You kneel down. You make the standard across You kiss your finger you kissed and then you touch the grave. Right? Am I right at the Italian thing, And then and then my grandparents are buried this in the same cemetery. So Windsor Rosario and Carmela. You know, my grandparents banking them and then and then my great grandfather Vitaliano hit my great grandfather was, is there as well? I took a moment just to say thank you just to say whoever whatever. And if you're not a religious person, you're not a religious person, but or where the forces of the universe. Whatever it is to say Thank you. Just because Therein lies our legacy right there. So when I come on the radio, and I see the things happening to this great country when you had really Peasant farmers for lack of a better phrase with great respect to my grandparents and great grandparents. They my great grandfather came my great grandfather was he came over here. Went to Madison, New Jersey, grew roses that's called the Rose City Madison. He grew roses the roses and I am I and My grandfather was area just worked. He was a skilled worker. What they call the skilled worker. You know those Italians the good workers? Yeah. And then we make hats and, you know, then, after he retired, he ran an elevator in a building. You know, he remember they used to pull those things and they used to run an elevator just because he wanted to work. That whole legacy built this country. They never complain. They never started legislation. They never had protests. They just love this country, heart and soul, And that's the legacy that I try to bring on the radio every morning. And you know people criticize us, you and I and and they'll shake their head and look at that The dismantling of the United States of America under this administration would say you knew it was going to happen. I knew it was going to happen. It's why maybe we did a rogue vote last time. It's why we will do a rogue vote this time because you see what's happening in this country. I am not going to forget my great grandfather coming incrementally. My grandparents coming over, Rosario coming If they were in steerage in the boat didn't go into JFK didn't have an air conditioned air terminal. They weren't airlifted from the United States of America. On a big C. 17. They were They were not brought in here. It was steerage. They were spit on they were. They were Diego's. They were wops. They were Guineas They were looked down upon yet We persevered like every other ethnic group in this great country. And when I see what's going on with these elitists in Washington, D C. It makes my skin crawl, and I'll be darned if I'm not going to talk about it on the radio, and we're going to not going to try to come up with a solution. So as I knelt down at those graves in the name of my father My grandparents. We will continue on so help me God, we will continue on and we will continue this fight. 6 34 Al is in the studio. He's got the headline news on Am 9 70 the answer..

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"manville" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:24 min | 10 months ago

"manville" Discussed on AP News

"Jersey, in Manville hit by flash flooding. Jennifer Bitches feels for her neighbors who lost everything. I'm just thankful that I I have my home. I really am in pain for everyone across the street. Had to leave and watching them leave. It was really hard. It was really hard to see them. Six people are missing. In New Jersey President Biden has signed an executive order directing the declassification a certain documents related to the September 11th terrorist attacks, a supportive gesture to victims families who have long asked for the records in hopes of implicating the Saudi government. The order directs executive agencies to begin a declassification review and requires a declassified documents be released over the next six months. This is a P news. Voting rights groups filed two lawsuits in federal court in Texas challenging the recently passed election law, further tightening the state's already strict voting rules. The suits claim this soon to be law would violate the Federal Voting Rights Act by intentionally discriminating against minority voters. The Harris County election administrator is among those suing the state. That county, which includes Houston, is the state's largest and is particularly targeted by the measure. Governor Greg Abbott says he will sign the bill. At least 50,000 Afghans are expected to be admitted into the United States Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas that includes US citizens, lawful permanent residents, special immigrant visa holders and other vulnerable Afghan nationals such as journalists and vulnerable women and girls. Most of the Afghans who are not citizens or legal residents are being housed on military bases around the country. I'm Tim Maguire, AP News Hold on. You want me to tell them about twisted? T hard ice tea in just 30 seconds? This is impossible. Hey, I'm Billy from twisted t How can I explain that? First sip of cold, Smooth, real brew tea so good and the extra kick you get from just the right amount of alcohol. The twist of lemon the wait What? We're almost out of time. Oh, shit. Twisted tea. Hard iced tea. Look for the bright yellow cans wherever you buy Beer twisted tea brewing Company Cincinnati, Ohio, Pleased responsibly did outside the presidential palace in the West African nation of Guinea. It was announced that President Alpha Conde's government had been dissolved. And that the nation's borders will be closed. Colonel Mamadi Dumbo. Yeah, from the Guinean Army seize control of state television to announce what seemed to be the execution of acute data. After seizing the airwaves, the mutinous soldiers found to restore democracy and gave themselves a name the National Committee of Gathering and Development. President condos. Whereabouts were not immediately known. The colonel who spoke to the nation did not mention the unpopular president. He did, however, add that the Constitution would also be dissolved in borders closed for one week. I'm Karen Shamas Labor Day weekend has been an unusually busy one for the nation's theaters. Years passed. People have not flocked to the movies. Labor Day weekend When a surging delta variant of the coronavirus and you get a blockbuster the 10 rings gave.

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New Jersey Home Explodes Hours After Flood Evacuation

NBC Nightly News

01:56 min | 10 months ago

New Jersey Home Explodes Hours After Flood Evacuation

"More deaths and more missing. Ida's trail of damage growing deeper. President biden today. Sir surveying hard hit new orleans were hurricane. Item made landfall as a monster. Category four storm plus the state's attorney general investigating deaths of nursing home residents packed into this warehouse. Tens of thousands of people still without power as we head into labor day weekend and in the northeast this new video showing how a wall of water tore through a basement apartment in jersey unprecedented flash flooding and tornadoes. Now responsible for the growing death toll and a new crisis unfolding explosions and fires breaking out in swamped. Homes and businesses gave gutierrez. Leads us off tonight from manville new jersey and gave we see one of those explosions. There right behind you. That building still smoking tonight tom. That's right this building is still smoldering. It used to be a banquet on it exploded during the flooding because of an apparent gas leak. Luckily no one was inside but across the northeast. This storm was much more deadly. But in the south. This is the moment i just. Remnants burst through terrify daughter flooding base new jersey. Everyone survive but in new york city. At least eight people died in basement. Apartments across the northeast. The death toll shot up today especially with kids. This andrade wrote out the storm in manville new jersey with his wife and two young kids. The water rose quickly. They rushed upstairs and had to be rescued. Any idea that the storm would be this. Never sort of this. Several homes exploded due to apparent gas leaks. Part of this one ended up all the way across the street. It was tough for firefighters to get here because many neighborhoods underwater

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I'll be playing And obviously watch. Vanessa and helen don't such brilliant interpretations offer because ultimately. I'm taking over from ben so when we melatonin shoes to preparing for the queen she talks about marching around her garden. Trying to get it right. I mean i know. We've been in lockdown but prior to that. Because you have known for awhile did you insist to mystique and have a cigarette holder. Champagne on tap. I did actually being to mystique a very long time ago. And i missed. Meeting princess margaret. I one night to come home. Because low story. School i have misdiagnosis and i had to fly. Her and a and. I was invited where i was saying to be. A house. guest of princess margaret's Partly that night. She was playing the drums. Oh i mean i mean really is a thief Of a happy life. Anyway i know have suffered myself but to to miss out on playing volvo brilliants and you can find the. Im series on demand at all. Four jerez says helen. Finally women over sixty are being heard. I took bertha. Nauseam dunce as sixty three. Have got a lovely new partner. And i'm fit fingers crossed and positive in my approach to life. We ladies over sixty are not all sitting on the sofa knitting. booties for grandchildren. We haven't given up on sex life and fun all hamas. Have a wonderful weekend. Hello i'm greg jenner and i'm here to tell you that your dead to me is back for four series. Yes we are a comedy. Show the take history seriously. Each episode joined by top historian. Who knows all there is the know about a particular piece of the past and atop standard comedian who is eager to learn more. And we have a host of brand new episodes coming up including episodes on ivan the terrible nell gwynne and ramesses the great and we'll be joined by comedians including sally phillips jessica it olga cock and sophie juke amongst many other fantastic names so if you want to laugh and learn that search for. You're dead to me on bbc sounds..

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"It is to put pen to paper. You just process things so much better. So as you're writing you find the perfect pen just makes that experience so much better okay. We'll she a pen expert. So my top. Two most used pens right now are big city and pencil energy bill. I'm a huge lover of gel pens about colas. I stress about choosing a color so most often. When i'm just writing in my journal. I go towards black but for videos i two daughters. They're five and six a lot of times. I just let them pick the colors that i don't have to worry about it is. Is there a favorite. At the moment. I i love thanks so thank you won't have to say i can see you away. You are in the world you can tell me that as well but i can see you on video here and what have you got behind you. So i'm in fargo north dakota. This is my home office so behind me. Here is my pen cart which you can kind of see ya. Oh my gosh. How many pens do you own a lot. I do a pen test series on talk. And i've done a hundred and eleven packages of pens so the collection is huge. Okay and people choon in to what you doing. What my handwriting. So handwriting has been a hobby. My entire life i have really nice printing and so that's kind of what started. My account is sharing my favorite pens. And then from sharing my favorite pens. I've discovered this world of pens like the big jalostitlan pencil energy. I didn't even know. Existed until the comment section started blowing up of everybody sharing their favorite pen. So i just go to the comments and buy more pens and people love to see the different colors and a pack of pens in. They like watching me right because of my handwriting. So it's just been such a thrill someone who has terrible handwriting. Who is left handed and and honestly does stuff dependence. That shouldn't be done in terms of cheering them. You would not approve of anything. But i am never without a pet. Is it a female sport pen watching. Yeah definitely my market is more women than men. Let's bring in on and this point. Do you watch people online with pens or are you. Are you so busy with your own. I'm kind of busy between between my. I got four children. And i have a blog youtube channel so that keeps you mike fulltime job use a lot of fans between what were planning things lock my contents about organization and obviously lot moments by back to school and getting the station resupplies in things. Ready for awful children. I've got from a seventeen year old time to a four year old so we have lots of different types of stationary needs. It still majority female preserve whether it's the purchasing of the pens broader station moved in which raises paper. Whatever else you what. What do you make of that. Well yeah i mean my husband just just would pick up any online around the house and he would chew as well much like you. But i'm gonna say racial pans or something. I did not discover until my mid thirties and they have been a game changer. You can because you can rub them out when you make mistaken is ruined everything you've written spoil the cross it. Oh oh well that would be upsetting because it would make look messy and especially for my two of my children have autism so a lot say yes doing a piece of time wake or something and they make mistakes. That could be really really stressful and cites okay. Just dykes these hands. If you love this yes very christie..

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Because i've said it quite a few interviews now but it does. Put me off an actress when i look at her. And you can just see things on movie annette annette trying to portray you know. So cold regula women women. You wouldn't have access to that kind of treat and wouldn't have the money to do this kind of procedures It's not banging on a tour if he can't do this woman's hour can you do. I've got i've got to ask. How are you preparing for for life as margaret your gang into the crown. And we've had vanessa kirby on very recently. And i'm very intrigued. How does one prepare to be princess. Margaret well no. I've known as playing the role for two years so a read the books and that's kind of really all you can do watch any particular time. I went right up to the beginning of her life and looked own. And then you start to listen to her in the more recent his field has been. I'll be playing And obviously watch vanessa. I'm helen down such brilliant interpretations offer because ultimately on taking over from ben. And so i. I was going to say. Are we gonna choose to preparing for the queen. Yeah she talks about marching around her garden. Trying to get it right. I mean if you i know. We've been in lockdown but prior to that. Because you have known for awhile. Did you insist you had to go to mystique and have a cigarette holder. Champagne on tap. I didn't actually being to mystique a very long time ago and I i missed meeting princess margaret. I one nine to come home because low stories go. I have missed isis. And i had to fly her. A and i was invited where i was saying to be a house. Guest of princess margaret's n- apparently that night she was playing the drums. Oh i mean i mean really is a is a thief of a happy life anywhere. No suffered it myself but to miss out on playing ops. Thanks biscuit leslie but what a great story so thank you so much. That is on maria on channel. Four this evening at nine o'clock lovely to talk to you. Thank you for your company today. We'll be back tomorrow at ten. That's all for today's women's are thank you so much for your time. Join.

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Do anything else to make me happy. I'm perfectly happy. Yeah you sound as my cool playing john. I am maria. Say on channel four this evening at nine or you can only find on demand at all four online. Let's talk now to lesley manville. Good morning morning she. She doesn't sound great. Does she know no she's not. I mean it's definitely stuff brewing. That's probably been brewing for years and yet the program tonight so You come in and you. You see the kind of boil busting as it were. I know that you you are keen to try and show you how women are yours yours. You're sixty five. Believe all i actually are over a certain age rather than what we think they should be. Yeah i mean. I spend quite her. It is quite possible thing because some I encounter a lot of women who kind of feeling if therapy sixty but is some kind of winding down happening at. I personally don't feel remotely. But but the whole story lab. Maria came the box collaborating with dominic savage the director. And that's what he's done with all of the programs in the series And i've read a piece in the paper some years ago about the highest divorce rate in the uk. Being the other fifty. Five's and the most leaders divorces were instigated by the women. And i thought that was really interesting thing that you know. The kids left school in your left. You're left with this person that you've done it with a and you hopefully looking another. Who knows twenty thirty years of life and you. Maybe don't wanna live with a compromise. You've been living with and hugh wants to be free and have the freedom to live your life in the way that you want to limit. So that's how it sort of came about and then we thought it would be more interesting for the story you know. The marriage is not a bad one. You can't look it and say well. He's a horrible guy you know he's you can see why he would took she'd want to run away from me..

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Well i was very shocked to begin with because it's a like an arranged marriage. You don't know the children they're living in your house and you're trying to get used to to them. They're trying to get used to you. You're doing all the things that Of mothering the normal mopus do You're trying to be good enough Yes so it. It was the first few years you we would just a bit in shock but it calmed down and then it got sort of more difficult as the children reached teenage times. Well let's let's combat sutton just a moment. Dd leaving you. How and why did you decide to adopt. It was a decision between myself On my partner and we and female so we have choices status where we could have known her own child or looks adoption me both quite interest adoption separately before we met so. He's really conversation station between us. But i mean we went to. I think it's called. The modern family shine outs clip understand. Different ways can have have gordon. What was the best way for us and we chose doctrine just baseline emotion of connection with seminar is nation winsor eight seminar out adoption underneath feel connected to the president hazardous combination. Let me have when city seminar adoption. Me really disconnects motioning with that. And that's why we try to do that. Way while be alright. What was the process like. Few in some party was Arctic excited In some policy was quite difficult. And i think because of having children as something be discussed for some time and we were very aware of what was gonna hail. We've done research so we just allowed ourselves. Quite as a very intrigued process. Something on a banana on the number of people would agree with that. I think we just opened us out up to it. I wouldn't say. I think peggy pub is probably based on how a crisis that we found it easy and i'm still with Acted have very difficult conversations and you know in terms of like nike childhood areas..

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Will be multidisciplinary centers for those earliest work so midwifery health visiting mental health support breastfeeding support. Breastfeeding rates are so poor in this country. Also things like couple counseling Smoking cessation all of the things the extra services that families really do seek out and at the moment struggled to find what we're looking at in his review is a a transformation of the services for the earliest. You say we are on spending eat. I know you folks pending review. Please we come back a woman. And that's decided. Tell us about it. But are you sorry that so many of these things have been caught under the conservatives over the last ten years because some of the things you've talked about will directly correlate. You can't deny it to cuts to funding to local councils. Say the actually. The show star program in some local area is has continued to be significantly prioritized and in other areas the funding the would have gone in in in the past to show starts has been moved to other priorities. That is something that different local authorities have done differently. And so i say again i. I'm a huge fan of show. Starts i think some of them do a fantastic job others. frankly don't and what. I'm really hopeful and optimistic about his family hubs again to build on the good work show starts and we're really going to see families. Babies put at the center of policy-making going forward akuila. We'll look forward to having you back to talk about. When the more of this is implemented them we can see a pop some of the results but specifically about the spendings. We've had a lot of messages on not dame andrea led some. Thank you for coming on there. We got at next week is listening week. regular listeners. to women's are will know this new suggested topics we discussed and we listen. I'm always listening. I really up have so many messages are just about that last interview. For instance yes. Is this talk but is there. Action more musters. Along those lines apps that will be a subject that even suggested for next week but to our new listeners listener week is the digital equivalent of me throwing you the keys to the car every day. Many of you get in touch response to what you're hearing but next week is about you driving what i talk about who i interview what i ask who you want to hear that. You've never heard on the radio before the questions that never get asked. You think wash asking i ask. This is listening. Is your chance. Get in touch. I ought very interesting message from somebody yesterday. Nannies looked after children. Who doesn't know she ever wants her own Had another one about dating another one about politics. Please get in touch what it is for you that you want to hear on woman's hour on listeners. Week next week and we will do us. Not all of us together. We'll do our best to deliver it. Eight four eight. Four four is the number to tat social media at bbc woman or email. I bbc woman's through our website but keeping with theme of children's well being and children of all ages. What and what the government's doing to help last month. It announced a new strategy to improve adoption services.

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I don't if you're able to hear first few conversations on the program this morning. Those whites appear to be draining away as you say. Throw or pass your child over barbed wire. If you think it's going to be a good life for yourself or for them. I completely agree i. I'm i'm absolutely horrified at what we're hearing and i did hear your earlier that speakers and i totally agree with them. At what can afghan women do other than panic. You know it's only twenty years ago. It's in ban lifetime certainly in ma and grandma's lifetime that they were not even second closets. I missed the homes inside but why surprised if may wiser prime minister budgeting women's rights as a success story if they're not sustainable there in lies the issue doesn't it. I mean we've had twenty years of an extraordinary improvement in the possibilities and the rights of women and it is devastating to see their fears. That that's all now going to go away. And i have to say i do not feel confident that the taliban are gone to suddenly demonstrate that completely changed now things again to be women. I'm very very concerned about it. To bring your attention and our attention to what. You've you've been working on in this country you've been focusing on very young children and babies and unconcerned about delayed development and i know in particular caused by isolation what what are your findings that needs to change what we need to do differently for very young children here in the uk ultimately. It's about putting the baby at the center of everything we do so for some families. It's absolutely donald to have a baby. They love it. State take to it like a duck to water and it's all easy but for so many families We know one in five. Mums one in ten dad's Suffer from post as depression families are desperately trying to get health just with questions back crying sleeping feeding cetera. Who really struggle with us. So actually what my review is doing is putting the baby center of it and looking at six key action areas. The first really transformational for babies in there carries which are ensuring every family gets a joined up setup stop for life services in the local area that every.

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Thank you very much for talking to about what you've been hearing. Well if you're listening to the program yesterday. When i watched the taliban caliban global press conference live on tuesday you will have heard this. What one of the taliban spokesman had to say about afghan women there will be. No nothing against women rob in our ruling people except our women are muslims. The they accept islamic rules if they continue to live. According to sharia we will be happy. They will be happy while the women's voice he can hit are translating. The taliban spokesman is the bbc's zarghuna kashia journalist for bbc world news tv she's to present untold afghan women's our and her translation and voice went rice around the world on the bbc was picked up by other networks to good morning morning. Thank you for joining us today. All can having experience must have been surreal to say the least because there you are being the woman's voice if you like over the the taleban man talking about whether women are going to have rights or not definitely. It was a surreal experienced. Who sees hit for the first time on tv screen because in my experience of reading for bbc outbound service. I used to interview him numerous times when there were attacks happening on the streets of kabul in other provinces and we would just call him and he would pick up and say oh mr w allama had want to know if that attack was done by the taliban he claimed responsibility for most of them so for me. That was the image of This man i had dead. I was like translating him talking about women's rights and being ruling the country and It's quite scary at this at the same time on. It's hard to taken all what he said about women about girl's the vagueness in his message. Huge buy yes we were just having From our correspondent about on the the uncertainty and you tweeted after it saying. I totally agree with you. Regards to the taliban message that women are a very important part of our society like today. I was translating your message from pashto because of my education. Yes because i wanted to on him to see that the an educated woman is able to convey your message otherwise a duck time because the press conference happened in a suddenly no one knew about it before aena appeared late so waiting to hear him what he was saying. I was educated afghan woman who could convey his message. So i want to. I want him. I want be either taliban leaders to hear of cut went to heroes that this is the importance that we play in life in gilly life in media on the if you give us a chance if you give the women of promised on a chance. It's going to be a prosperous society without women. How can you have a personal bruce society and the experience that's kind of community or society and the women have experienced..

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Now that problem is they haven't defined what. Their interpretation of the framework of shahryar in islam is in many people have very different interpretations at that around the world. We just had a a note. Come through from one. Thought of on spokesman saying that moment they are saying that women should because of the kind of unfolding in developing situation in afghanistan should shouldn't should not be working At the moment but eight deo saying that they do intend to allow them to work in the future but because of security concerns right now I was just say that's incredibly dot here because both the employer is saying in certain circumstances. Don't come in just in case we don't know the rules and the taliban saying don't go in because it's it's not secure at the moment either way you end up with women not in normal positions in life absolutely certainly for the moment. I mean. we'll have to wait and see how things how things develop and of course a concern will be that that these restrictions end up going on for longer an not reverse it by what the taliban's say yesterday when i was out in the center of kabul ducey women around i mean not as many as as as a previously and certainly i so far fewer younger women that that's something that i noticed in particular and the women that you do see. They are out there a little more conservatively than they would have perhaps been addressed before i mean of course of consensus always been on the on the whole deeply socially consent to country anyway but that there are still women that you see in kabul. They're they're wearing the headscarf They're not wearing the full burqa You even at the canadian embassy outside the canadian embassy with the airport. They'll families their their women. There's thought about not telling these women what they shouldn't not wear at the moment but of course there are concerns. That will be what will happen in the future. I've spent time in in thought well controlled areas as words because very difficult to really build up a picture of what the group really believe. The role of women should be when i was in the north of afghanistan with them a were schools for girls that were opened up until the age of eighteen. The i understand in other other large parts of the country goals stopped going to school beyond the age of around the age of puberty effectively I'd question you know..

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"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:42 min | 11 months ago

"manville" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Four is a number. You need to tax me here. At women's are you can get in touch with me over social media at bbc women's our email me through our website should also say also on today's program the drive to boost adoption in this country and what needs to change will be hearing from two women who have adopted and i'll be joined by the actor lesley manville. Who'd be talking about her latest work and mission to show older women as they actually are but first to get the latest about. What's happening in afghanistan out. With of course specific focus on women that we were hearing yesterday will form the bulk of those who are able to come to this country as refugees from afghanistan. let's go to my bbc. collie sekundar kamani squander. I believe you're you're in kabul. Yes that's what i've been in. Kabul arrived yesterday And there's a to the airport where there's still continuing chaotic scenes just getting reports actually at the moment of Heavy gunfire in the area. When i was there yesterday at the taliban firing into the air to try and control the crowd beating people with with sticks and whips at times and is a very very distressing situation there. It's a couple of thousand. People perhaps camped outside the main entrance many women and young children there. I spoke to one woman with. I think three young children. She said that he never lost five days. That family like many of the ones who were outside the civilian part of the airport. Don't actually have any documentation or any visa. That's been granted to them. They've just kind of turned up really in the in the desperate hope of being able to get out of the country unfortunately for them. The seems very unlikely that that will be possible. there are others of course who had been granted permission by western or other international embassies and being evacuated now is not always easy for them though partly because of the chaotic situation partly because of the attitude of the taliban For some of those off guns to to to get out and so we've had reports for example of a baby being passed over the barbed wire to american soldiers by one desperate family according to to to to.

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The changing research landscape for academics

Future Tense

01:15 min | 1 year ago

The changing research landscape for academics

"This widespread unease within the global academic community over the dominance of journal articles and conference papers as the premier way the setting a researches status and performance katrina manful in the uk has been busy serving scientists about just that very issue and about their hopes and fears for the future. Dr manville is research leader with rand europe. We conducted the study with academics. From across england it was funded by reset kingdom. Which is the equivalent of the australian research council and they were interested in understanding. How research is going to change over the next ten years. I think the important thing to remember here is the research that will be published in ten years. Time is what's being undertaken. Now the average length of time it takes to produce an academic articles about four years and so to ensure that we are right at the cutting edge of that. This sort of research needs to be that forward looking so what we did was. We conducted a survey with over three thousand academics to get a broad opinion across all disciplines and all different career stages and understand what they think they will be doing in ten years time

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Here's when new movies will air

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Here's when new movies will air

"A film with two pretty big stars in it. Yes. Let him go with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. You know, Kitty with the movie awards season, right around the corner. I sure hope that let him go becomes at least part of the awards conversation. Because it really is that good. Just based on the dynamic performances from Leeds stars Diane Lane and Kevin Costner, but Lesley Manville and Jeffrey Donovan shine to really the entire cast lights up this family revenge thriller that finds Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Squaring off against the lawless family known as the wee Boys who live off the grid in the Dakotas and the three brothers were ruled by their vindictive mother, Lesley Manville, and one of the guys Will. Britain is married to their daughter in law and is abusing her and their grandson. Well, when Lane and Costner try to rescue them, But we boys start threatening them, and that gets Lane and Costner really fired up. You know, it's such a simple but dramatic story and just so very well done. And here's the other thing. Kitty. Aside from tenant, and maybe Russell Kroll's movie unhinge its the biggest movie opening directly in theaters you don't because most everything has been streaming and had limited release, And so it'll be interesting to see how big a draw Diane Lane and Kevin Costner are for theaters this weekend and beyond. But I'll tell you, you can't go wrong with this good, old fashioned Western tinged thriller. So I'm given. Let him go. Four out of four stars. Excellent. Okay. Wow. High ratings. And then what? We got a couple of two or three other ones. Maybe you could just go over. There was real quickly for a teen coming of age drama called 18 to party, and it's set in 1984 stars. Tanner Flood for Moonrise Kingdom in the Leiva Clark of TV's draft bill. I like that. I'm giving you three out of four stars and another revenge thriller called True to The Game, too. With Erica Peoples and Vivica Fox and Faith Evans. I'm giving it 3.5 out of four stars really like that one. And then there's a Swedish psychological horror film called Koko de Coco Dog, and It's just weird, but I couldn't turn away from it. Not a big recommendation. I didn't love it didn't hate it. So I'm giving it to out of four stars. But you

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"manville" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"manville" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Prey and we guessing some lovely feedback from Allah listeners so We've both Joan I've had linked in messages. Connect with you because listening to podcasts, which is really really nice. So people are learning from it so. Spread. So. Thank you say much, very welcome. Fascinating chat with Joanne Manville I. Thoroughly enjoyed that. What did you make victor? Yet really made a wonderful another. Amazingly talented va lawson loss of tips too shabby ownerless. Your Business just as Lois Joanna is a huge man again today from just somebody else's perspective about how to run that business. That's what's fascinating I love all these interviews in is he's hearing stories about people behind the business and how they run their businesses. Now, I was talking about tracking her leads. Her lead generation and tracking. And she has a spreadsheet which she uses and listeners. She's written a block past about the experience of being interviewed on the on the PODCAST, and we'll put the link in the show notes to that look post, and when you go to read that Locker series linked download complimentary version of spreadsheets as well. So you'll be able to track your leads. And and figure out what's going on. So I'm Joe How do you keep track of those leads when they come in whether their referrals or whatever, and then once you've got to lead a new, you need to contact them again, you need to make it to yourself to remind yourself to do that. Is there anything that you used to do that with? US. A. Mixture of. Checkmate's. On us one notes for notes about meetings, and that's what they end. If I use Paparazzi scanner and I have the notebook. I haven't SRB accounts. But, I don't use it as effectively as they should, and the reason being is because it's a great idea having a full blown crm. But if you're not careful, can become another administrative overhead. So on used that full set. Of managing my contact said that did they on it starts me having lots of business cards the place yet. But some of the lead scoring techniques that they have in. More than I needed an inevitable to do so. I use a hybrid of methods. Yeah. I think that's true I think we have to be careful about becoming a slave to technology. When I started networking, talking about business goes it just made me remember gang to be an eye every week, I would be connecting all the business cards. Every weight I mean obviously wouldn't take the ones. I. Already had people that got visages I. You end ended with this book business called Book. With Paul Kitson, it had been a photo album for business cards and I must have had three or four of them plus the the bag of business cards over drool. Arts. And I went through various things to try and streamline you caught with the best one in the world caught remember the mall and. Business? Scott? Scanner. which would scan them into an especial advocacy didn't have office lens than or at the technology that we now have been smartphone which is why quite astonishing in outlays actually made me think back about it and how clunky it once. and. I went through stages of using different CRM's because I had to use one because that was received wisdom but you're right. It does become another chill Yucky. No. Crm Up to date because another job to do. You member shelley. There was a the road, the jags where you've got the business card and you either attached. Sheet for Click Dame and you could just make round. You know wash your crm. It didn't manage any of the leads that's quite a new tug years ago. You just had a call tax I mean had a notebook call tax. Yeah or yeah. You just made a note to contact Ring Bill on Thursday oh on Thursday said ring bill today so yes, there will different ways but the Joe's adjoined Manville spreadsheet is is to help you track at weather's leads came from and to see the value over time. Also important thing to think about it's it's you know it's getting leads, but which leads are successful. Some will lead somewhere and someone. So it's also a good good idea to kind of have have think about that from a business point two. So all of those things are really important, but technology has moved on so much. We just in your mobile phone now you've got a scanner. US Office Lens, which is Microsoft version if there's a scanner in, you'll one news APP on your not one. One drive APP identified aware of this but.

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"manville" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"manville" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Number nine, teen all but really amazing the podcast for Virtual Assistance and Joan I today have lined up a wonderful interviewed for you with the Wonderful Joanne. MANVILLE now I say everybody's wonderful. But that's because genuine. Now finding everybody wonderful and marvelous wonderful one only everybody is unique and John's exception. I'm we're going to talk to do on about her business journey a little bit later on and one of the things that Joanne shares with us is how she tracks her lead generation and she's actually blocked about it afterwards, and you'll find a link to bats in herblock and that will be on the podcast paid. So took about lead generation Joe Joe, anti because lots Joe's. Don't look kind of things that you do to generate leads at the moment puts him on the spot. Fine. A lot of leads come through never came. I have referrals and I do to. Hang Miss with the social media and that sort of thing. But I didn't truck it quite cassidy. So I know what works and an walk doesn't work. For me that my biggest source of were in referrals. Track back way your referrals come from. Yes. Yes. Absolutely and I know. which client has come from which refer them from which referral source because some of it could be a person referring some of the could be contacted recall tag on some of it could be a direct. Yeah. I have referred was going back when I first started networking and when I so company last year. If I was to sit down and look at some of the clients that I think came from nowhere. Why was to really analyze Tau I could probably track most of it active a handful of people it would have been the original souls of those referrals because they would have referred me to somebody who would have referred me to somebody else yet. And that some real great thing to know. So talking about the type of people that refer business think this is an important thing and I think. This is something listeners that you might want to think about. I discovered July. I didn't discovery I thought it through actually and I started to think about how who is a type of business that would have access to my clients. So where do might referral people hang out whether my clients? Going Coleman. This kind of surfaced when. You would have something to power circle. So they would be allied businesses that you'd have the plumber the decorates election the bill would be a power circle. And because they naturally, you know you'd have election in decorate. So I started to think about who a referral partners may I realize because I'm an IT TRAINA. The IT support companies would be good refund sources for me. So I started to cultivate relationships with it support companies, and in fact, if I talked about last week. Going to the Academy Network, I made two very valuable relationships fire that with two different support companies, both of whom lead on too many clients down the line and as a Va if you're afraid specific services unique to think think about to referral partners, hang out what kind of of businesses refer business to you jet. Can is quite, quite mixed. Referrals. From trainers I've had referrals from business coaches, I referral from my hairdresser. Exit You know unweaned just coaching over a period of time as you do your kind of Saxon to the dry job and all of a sudden she said to my own delayed in here yesterday who need data breach of how and I said that you could help us. So she's given me days and could you today? And that's how it goes each quiet room varied. and. The Wide Your network bribes. The, broad of the source of your. Referrals becomes and you know the different activities that you engaging on hundred referral going back a few years now. From somebody who's running on the treadmill next to me. On cool you. Run off the tracks you know we had caught the. Arm Cool I've got somebody owning mass how it goes so. Wide and varied really yep, Yep absolutely absolutely and I think that's an important thing as well. But I do think you know thinking about if you all targeting a specific type of business that you want to work with. Healthcare. Providers all yet maybe you want to nutritionists is about wedge the people that the nutritionists need hang out as. Yet. Whether the client has that class I didn't know whatever. But the idea of finding a bits of somebody that's a good referral partner. Is Good and I think the as can be great referral partners. Each other outlay asset absolutely give you an example of the kind of thing. I've seen other people jake I have a connection in my work who is a social media strategist she doesn't actually do the Dewey, but she writes the plans in that stupid thing and she made the decision that she wants to work with health wellbeing organizations. So she talkative building relationships wave some of the organizations that manage Let's nutritionist so. Has Not. Under sorts of things said by working directly wave the if you'd like the managing agents as it were she was then able to build a relationship to became recognized in a referral partner full them instead of them, delivering that piece of training or strategy. Is One way that you can build your referral of pro says. Yeah. I was thinking about more widely. As a va you'd have all of the skills will you may have all the skills be done enough time to do all of the jobs Anna. We've talked we've talked to lots about the fact that there are jobs that we don't like doing that we won't. Yes loss. So it's great maybe to have a referring arrangement with another VA HAP- sue has complementary skills. Under the way I would see is. The associate referral. And you could choose to just refer business to each other or you could choose to work on an associate weight with each of A. That's another great way of. Building your portfolio and your skills as well because you get to do different things yet. I think it's time to go and grab our interview with Joe Manville Cosette. It said cool. Welcome listeners to episode nineteen. All virtually amazing the PODCAST and today we've got the brilliant John Manville as our guest experts and thank you so much.

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Boston's landmark "No Name" restaurant shuts after 102 years

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Boston's landmark "No Name" restaurant shuts after 102 years

"But institutional Boston closing shop WBZ's Karen regal tells us more about the no name restaurant which is no more there's a sign on the door hung what's gone stating the restaurant is closed for a management meeting the no name will not open again it's a sign of the times as bill Manville who owns leading seafood company and supplied Nolan said here anything a hundred years of is similar to the fifty over a hundred years old when you see companies down here go out you know it's not you know I can replace them yeah I mean new generation awesome in the older generation last a Mohicans nobody gets replaced so this business is one of the things that we're a long way behind I don't know if it's going to be

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Boston's landmark "No Name" restaurant shuts after 102 years

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Boston's landmark "No Name" restaurant shuts after 102 years

"The old name restaurants here in Boston is no more WBZ's Karen regal reports sign on the door hung what's gone stating the restaurant is closed for a management meeting the no name will not open again it's a sign of the times as bill Manville who owns leading seafood company and supplied Nolan said here anything a hundred yes it is similar to the fifty over a hundred years old when we see companies down here go out you know it's not you know I can replace them yeah I mean new generation awesome in the older generation last of all you can nobody gets replaced so this business is one of the things that where it when we're gone I don't know if it's going to be

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"manville" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"manville" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Corning or Johns Manville fiberglass Batt insulation by fifteen or more and get thirty percent off select fiberglass Roland solution when you buy twenty four order at Lowes for pros dot com and pick up in store are pro lowers will be ready to load you up so you can get back to the job site faster do it right for less start with Los fell twelve twelve to twelve fifteen whistle and so have the patriots not been involved in two previous cheating scandals I think you might go up yeah it's a much ado about nothing however there you now people are like okay here we go against the patriots they've taken the footage the NFL is looking at it and I think that will give them an indication as to whether it's cheating or whether wasn't just a photographer I didn't know that he couldn't shoot the sideline I think so because if it was a wide shot in their panning down the sidelines that's one thing or they're just getting a couple of random you know guys get water out of the cooler or something that's one thing but if they're focusing on coaches and their hand signals and their facial expressions and holding the you know the clipboard up to cover their faces the might you know there are ways that they can tell if they're trying to glean some information from their home in the whole first quarter on the coaches in their hands right then it's cheating so this thing should probably be quickly either proven or disproven because they have the actual video that we shot so it and hate by I'm again patriots fan they don't deserve the benefit of the doubt given their history so we'll see what happens a couple of quick notes the jets the jets signed a huge money levy on bell great running back for the Steelers not not having a particularly good this year a good year this year but he was ruled out of the dolphins game on Sunday because he was too sick because of the flu well they found in the New Jersey at one AM on Sunday game day bowling with his buddies all right see orange low yeah exactly fly under the radar so that just does just so jets I I you know he was too sick to play but but the bowling I guess is a you know something he could handle ridiculous then I just saw this Kelly the New York Post Minnesota man's obituary claims that he died last week after the Viking succumb to the Monday Night Football defeat the Seahawks Jon J. Ford of Plymouth Minnesota passed away surrounded by his family in December second the obituary goes after the Vikings allowed seventy nine triple a true fan trucking Kelly eight forty a ten to one of three one of the few white trafficking mother every ten minutes this report is sponsored by Sylvania automotive well the Northway still very slow southbound exit the we had a crash it was cleaned up but we're still seeing about two miles a company in Clifton park also westbound ninety right near route nine at exit six thing is here is collision there a left lane is blocked from the W. G. Y. price chopper market thirty two traffic center I'm Jim bottom out it's headlight savings time again the perfect time to replace your older dimmer basic headlight bulbs with a whiter brighter Sylvania bulbs so you can see more of the road during the darkest nights of the year visit headlights savings time dot com to find the right bulbs for you G. Y. accu weather forecast not quite out of the woods yet in terms of flooding we will have rain on and off today watch for flooding coupled with.

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Iris scanner AI can tell the difference between the living and the dead

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

Iris scanner AI can tell the difference between the living and the dead

"The owners, iris onto a contact lens. And then placing that contact lens onto a dummy eyeball, the more gruesome hack from demolition man though is another way to circumvent these systems, but nobody has worked out whether this form of attack can be detected and tell. Now the research is made possible by an unusual database, the Warsaw bio base post mortem iris data set. It includes five hundred seventy four near infrared. Iris image. Collected from seventeen people at various times after they have died, the images date from five hours to thirty four days after death. The team also collected two hundred and fifty six images of live irises. Finally, they used most of the data set to train a machine learning system to recognize dead and alive. Irises. They use the rest of the data set to test the algorithm. The results suggest that the algorithm accurately spotted all dead irises and rarely miss classified life ones. However, there is a caveat. This accuracy applies only to irises that have been dead for sixteen hours or more samples collected. Briefly after death can fail to prove post mortem changes that are pronounced enough to service cues for live nece detection. They're calling it that gives these gruesome hackers window of opportunity since. Freshly plucked eyeballs should work just fine, at least for now, if you're worried though you can take some comfort from the knowledge that plucked eyeballs lose their hacking potential. Just a few hours later,

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Walmart to pilot Alphabot robotics for grocery pickup

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

Walmart to pilot Alphabot robotics for grocery pickup

"Has been hit hard by commerce, but one area that's remained resilient to change is the grocery industry. WalMart is continuing to invest in technology to improve the overall experience, even if delivery isn't in the cards. WalMart is injecting some cutting edge technology into the back room of one of its supercenters in partnership with startup alert innovation. WalMart is prepping a first of its kind automation system that will help associates gather and package online grocery orders. The alphabet system is currently being installed at a supercenter in Salem, New Hampshire as part of the stores renovation that will also include a twenty thousand square foot expansion. The new area will house alphabet and serve as a dedicated grocery pickup point, complete with drive thru lanes for customers. WalMart says, the vast majority of grocery items will be fulfilled through the Alf. Abbott system and delivered to associates at one of four pickup stations. Associates will then pick a symbol in deliver orders to customers with alphabet handling more mundane repeatable tasks. Workers will have more time to focus on a sitting in store shoppers. They'll still be responsible for handpicking produce and other fresh items, though alphabet is far from WalMart's first foray into technology and robotics. The big box retailer is actively expanding itself service pickup towers to more than five hundred stores across the country, and it's trialing robot that scans store shelves for out of stock items, incorrect prices, and wrong or missing labels. Alphabet is expected to be up and running. By the end of the year

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Happening in this weeks What The...??? A man accused of attempted robbery 3 times in a hour had his toddler son with him

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

Happening in this weeks What The...??? A man accused of attempted robbery 3 times in a hour had his toddler son with him

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Researchers capture high-resolution image of a complete fruit fly brain

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

Researchers capture high-resolution image of a complete fruit fly brain

"In this week's health news, scientists at issue is jamilla research campus have taken detailed pictures of the entire brain of an adult female fruit fly using what they're calling transmission electron microscopy to high-speed electron. Microscopes took seven thousand brain slices over twenty one million images for a team of scientists at the Howard Hughes, Medical institute's genetic research campus in Ashburn, Virginia, these numbers add up to a technical. I a high resolution digital snapshot of the adult fruit fly brain researchers can now trace the path of anyone neurone to any other neuron throughout the entire brain. The entire fly brain has never been image before this resolution that lets you see connections between neurons that detail is key for mapping out the brain circuitry, the precise webs of. Neural connections that underpinned specific fly behaviors. The genetics teams data offers a new tool for scientists racing to map these connections, and in a memory center of the brain, the data also revealed a new cell type and other surprises. Fruit flies may be best known for buzzing around right bananas, but these tiny little insects are surprisingly sophisticated. They can learn and remember, they know which places are safe and dangerous. They have elaborate sequences of courtship and grooming the fruit fly brain, roughly the size of a poppy seed contains about one hundred thousand neurons. Humans have one hundred billion, each neurons branches into a starburst of fine, wires that touch the wires of other neurons. Neurons. Talk to one another through these touch points or synapses forming a dense mesh of communication circuits. Scientists can view these wires and synapses with an imaging technique called serial section transmission electron microscopy. I, they infuse the fly's brain with a cocktail of heavy metals, these medals pack into cell membranes and synapses ultimately marking the outlines of each neuron and its connections. Then the researchers hit slices of the brain with a beam of electrons which passes through everything except for the metal loading parts. The resulting images exposed the brains once hidden nooks and crannies and eventually will give us the insight to correct even more health problems that plague the human race.

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Firefox users finally get option to block autoplay video

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

Firefox users finally get option to block autoplay video

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JBL Link View takes On lenovo smart display

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

JBL Link View takes On lenovo smart display

"Google finally lived up to its promise of delivering assistant powered smart displays last week with the

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A Mini Fusion Reactor Just Reached Temperatures Hotter Than The Sun

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

A Mini Fusion Reactor Just Reached Temperatures Hotter Than The Sun

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Kano's next coding kit is a Harry Potter wand

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 4 years ago

Kano's next coding kit is a Harry Potter wand

"Harry Potter fans have plenty of replica wants to choose from some or designed for children with mystical sound effects and LED's others, Hugh closer to movie props with with

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Airstream debuts smart control technology

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05:26 min | 4 years ago

Airstream debuts smart control technology

"The innovative maker of the iconic silver bullet travel trailers has announced that their twenty nine thousand nine classic models are going to feature the company's smart technology that digitally ca. Connects you with your RV for more enjoyable, camping experience. The integrated airstream designed smart technology and connectivity solution is actually the first of its kind developed and produced by an RV manufacturer. It's fueled by extensive consumer research and the opportunity to lead the industry. Airstream new platform will transform how customers interact with in use their recreational vehicle airstream president and CEO. Bob Wheeler said digital technology has improved almost every aspect of our lives. Shouldn't it make camping better to the smart control? Technology enables twenty nine thousand nine airstream classic owners to control and monitor systems and amenities from anywhere keeping them connected to the comforts of home. Even when they're far from it. Lighting HVAC awning, vent fans, water, propane and battery levels, and a whole lot. More can all be controlled and monitored remotely with an intuitive out, creating more comfortable camping experience. Every time an integrated GPS locator allows owners to navigate back to your trailer as well. No matter how far you Rome on your outdoor adventure. The same feature provides added security and peace of mind win. The classic is not in use and in storage also airstream customer service, roadside assistance, and the owner's manual are directly accessible from within this app. Smart technologies, connectivity solution with wifi boost in four g. l. t. modem make staying connected to family and friends and streaming entertainment, more reliable and easier than ever. Owners can easily connect to campground WI fi or stream four g. LT data from a secure network created by the two thousand nineteen airstream classic. Furthermore, the use. Of a high gain roof mounted. Antenna boosts weak wifi and cellular signals to improve connectivity, performance and reliability, delivering on airstream promised to create a premium customer experience. All twenty nine thousand nine airstream classics will include a year of unlimited four g. LT data.

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CBS board says it will launch independent investigation; Moonves remains CEO

All Things Considered

02:11 min | 4 years ago

CBS board says it will launch independent investigation; Moonves remains CEO

"The deaths of six people while firefighters in reading say they are making progress To separate fires for c. evacuation of. Lake, for, the seat of Lake County, mid the outcry over the separation of immigrant parents and children a federal judge. In Los Angeles has, worded the Trump administration. To seek consent. Before administering psychotropic drugs to. Immigrant children held at a facility in Texas NPR's Richard Gonzales reports US district judge Dolly g ruled that the government. Was in, violation of, a court decree known as, the Florida settlement which governs the, treatment of detained immigrant children. Lawyers argued that the children at the Shiloh residential treatment center in Manville Texas would minister, powerful psychotropic, drugs without any explanation such drugs are. Used to treat a range, of, conditions from schizophrenia to depression in some cases children allegedly were told that if they didn't take the drugs thirty tension periods would be prolonged judge d- says a government must get parental consent or a judicial order before giving. Children's psychotropic drugs unless, it's an emergency Richard Gonzales NPR news is NPR after a widely anticipated meeting CBS. Is board of directors did not suspend or sideline CEO les. Moonves us that's after allegations of sexual misconduct were revealed in the New Yorker magazine NPR's Eric Dagon says move may raise questions about how aggressively the board. Will investigate the claims CBS, board released a short statement saying they have begun the process of selecting outside legal counsel to conduct an, independent investigation no other action was taken on. That issue at the meeting which had been scheduled well before the allegations surfaced on Friday the, action leaves moon visit his, job is CEO despite accusations from six women that he sexually harassed them CBS. Now faces two, different harassment investigations the other involves an attorney looking into claims, of misconduct at CBS news that. Division fired morning, anchor Charlie rose last year amid multiple harassment claims Eric Dagens NPR news in Texas, Jamie shank of the San Antonio Oh aquarium was. There when, police returned a shark, that was stolen over the weekend Very healthy and.

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XXXTentacion's Estate Files Trademark to Use Name on Merchandise

Jason and Alexis

03:23 min | 4 years ago

XXXTentacion's Estate Files Trademark to Use Name on Merchandise

"Ninety two for a high today heat index a hundred hundred rearrange heat advisor this afternoon and this evening as we will also see a chance of some showers and storms later today ninety two for a high seventy two now let's traffic and weather on mytalk one zero seven one everybody mytalk dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment so much dirt on mytalk jimmy moore's the victim of a major credit card fraud case well over one hundred thousand dollars worth so this is what happened the fbi reported that david matthew read reported that amis american express card was lost or stolen in march and then when the new one was delivered through fedex he somehow managed to pick it up then he went on his spending pre hitting a handful of nordstrom's and saks fifth avenue's he spent one hundred sixty nine thousand over several weeks they do have him on surveillance cameras and caught him that is just a terrible i just oh i mean even i liberty even though she has millions of dollars still didn't know that somebody could get away with that yeah creating yeah okay let's see here xxx ten tassio own he was a rapper that was murdered if you don't know if you haven't heard in the last three weeks or so this is a little creepy to me his estate has every intention of keeping his name alive but they're also now going to sell merchandise so there's jerseys jackets hats tshirts shirts sweats collared shirts that he's going to be on sale crypt shout it does creep me out i think it's good maybe to protect the name but to make money off of his name at this point it just there's something about it that i just kind of my stomach but i hate to give you another story that similar but twentyseven items previously owned by prints are hitting the auction block and this is one of his bodyguards just put them on sale there's like a bible that you can buy which also creeps me out blue suit some wedged shoes cufflinks and your cup appear of sunglasses a bunch of his old backstage passes and most importantly there is a piece of vinyl that's his own personal copy of purple rain well do we like that these things are up for auction no no i don't think so different than creating new merchandise like in the other case with prince maybe the state just wants to have other people to have it bodyguard it's not not here guard i don't know there's just something about his stuff being auctioned off that bothers me and just in general and i see maryland stuff go up for is in at bob evening i just feel like i don't know what i deal but it's not good anyway let's see what's on tv tonight today the second season premiere parlance on hulu that sounds weird but i actually love the first season and as lesley manville in it who played the sister and phantom thread actress that keep seeing promos for it i liked it it's it's about prostitutes oldtimey hookers the second season finale of the handmaid's tale it's gonna be also and alexis you burn through that right yes you're already through that i'm up to date i shall be watching tonight all.

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Lawsuit alleges U.S. forcibly gave migrant children psychiatric drugs

Glenn Beck

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Lawsuit alleges U.S. forcibly gave migrant children psychiatric drugs

"Migrant children suit roseanne spin off i'm elliot francis a lawsuit has been filed against the shiloh treatments that are in texas accusing them of drugging and mistreating migrant children being held in their care the suit alleges many children were given powerful drugs correspondent drew griffin at the nonprofit shiloh treatment center in manville texas legal filings quote immigrant children being held down for injections given multiple psychotropic medications against their will some not even approved for use in children in one case a boy was simultaneously placed on six psychotropic drugs and an independent psychologists found the boy had been misdiagnosed with psychotic disorder though he didn't have any symptoms pulitzer prize winning journalist charles krauthammer was known as the dean of conservative commentators has died krauthammer announced just a year ago that he was being treated for a cancerous tumor in his abdomen and early june krauthammer revealed that he'd likely had just weeks to live charles krauthammer must sixty eight abc has announced that it's moving forward with a roseanne spinoff jim rupe tells what's look forward to the show airing the fall has the working title the connors and the entire cast minus its creator roseanne barr we'll be back wow so how serious is this thing the network says how it will handle the absence of bars through what it calls us sudden turn of events the announcement comes about a month after bar sent out a racist tweet about former obama adviser valerie jarrett comparing her to a cross between the muslim brotherhood in the planet of the apes roseanne said in a statement she agreed to an undisclosed settlement with producer tom werner for the sake of the two hundred jobs for the cast and crew and she said she wishes them all well jim roope los angeles several dozen wanna rescues carried out thursday in mcclellan texas officials say the streets there are flooding pretty much all over town meanwhile the governor issued a state disaster declaration for at least six texas counties i'm elliot francis i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits.

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