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"manville" Discussed on KTRH
"Manville on the phone booth 713 to 12 K. T. Rex is the number we got room for. You know, we don't I just looked at the board. It's full. 713 to 1 to Katie T. Already similar. 32125874, Who's been there long is that looks like Joe and Kingwood and Joe actually has an email. I need to function. Steve that until now, I wasn't looking at the call Screener. So I'm gonna babble for just a little bit, Joe until I pull up your email. Good morning, Joe. What's your question? Good morning, Randy. Thanks again for your quick palm recovery tips. I had a couple of follow ups. I have three Mediterranean poems. I sent you. The photos of their And, uh, After May one. Should I keep the brown Franz? As long as they're not drooping until the new green Franz appear. Yeah, the clarification because we were talking to. I think John in the woodlands and say and tell the New Franz are laying out. Right Then. Once they get open and start laying out, then you can take any brown one off. Right, but I don't do the ones. They're in normal position until New Franz have laid out. All right. Thank you Cleared up for you at all. Yes. And then one more quick one. Uh, hell long. After May one. Should I keep the green shoots? They're coming up from the roots to replace any of the palm stocks that may die. I can't answer that. That is completely up to you. Cause that's an aesthetic thing. Do you like, If you like the look, keep him for as long as you want. If you don't like the look take him off today. But I can. If if a stock would die, I could use those shoots them too coarse to replace him. Yeah, that's hopeful thinking. I'll say okay with it, but to me, just look at it from an aesthetic right now. Please don't try to Think about propagation with it right now. It's not gonna work that way. Okay, thanks again for your help, Randy. Here. Welcome. S Oh, I like that. I love clarification. Questions. Don't get me wrong. That was good. The first part of that question was good second part. I think he's overthinking it. Let's go next to Josh in spring Branch. Good morning, Josh. You're on the air. Hey, Good morning, Randy. I got some native wild flower seeds coming in, and I'm just wondering, you know if we get another cool front or two if it's too late for me to sew those for this year. I'd rather look at it is way too early. The time to sow wild flower seeds is October. Okay? If I were to get impatient and do it does depend on the variety. It depends on what you chose. But ah Standard wives, Wildfire seed package that has like Bluebonnets. Paintbrushes. Uh, what I can think of some of them right now. My brain is not on wildflowers. Sorry, but if you want to one they come in. Read off the list to me, and I'll tell you whether you can put it out or not, But the statistical probability is you need to wait till October. Okay, It's going to be just a mix of like what you said. Paintbrush Bluebonnets in different cone. Flowers knocked over. I have a grass. Mix that's coming in with, like blue stem and Grandma. I don't know that we're talking to separate Two separate deliveries of this stuff. I've got, like four different packs coming. Okay, Uh, call me back when you get him, please. Okay? Or maybe email, but Right now, Anything that has the standards that we think about that should been up right now. The Bluebonnets. The Indian paintbrush is what people call. But what's the real name of what people called buttercups? It's not really butter cups, but Those need to be sewed in October. Okay, so at least that one packet hold onto it till October. Call me back on the other three. What about the native grass with Huh? I need to know what's on it. And I really need to know. Blue stand and find those Gramma. You.
"manville" Discussed on KTRH
"In the album Manville Area I get to London in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour Traffic center. Wilmore Springtime thunderstorms in the Palm Sunday weekend forecast ahead, but thankfully overnight tonight all the severe weather well east of Texas and away from US 56 degrees are low overnight. Tonight. Sunshine Friday High of 82 Thunderstorms possible Saturday 83 heavier rains and thunderstorms on Sunday by 73. Meteorologist Scott Lawrimore. The Weather Channel's clear in 68 at the top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center. Ktrh news time. 11 01 R Tom Story. President Biden grilled During his first White House news conference today about the surgeon illegal immigrants flooding the southern border, the president insisting his administration is turning away, most of them the vast majority. Overwhelming majority of people coming to the border crossing are being sent back. Are being sent back. Thousands. Tens of thousands of people who are who are over the 18 years of age and single people won the time coming have been sent. Bag during the one hour news here. The president called on reporters from a pre approved list and did not call on Fox News reporter Peter Doocy. He also read notes from a notebook on this podium. President also took questions on ending the Senate filibuster how he will deal with China, North Korea and Afghanistan and possible gun control legislation. Texas SENATORS John Cornyn, Ted Cruz, leading a team of nearly two dozen senators to the border to see for themselves the conditions that a migrant processing center overwhelmed by thousands of illegal aliens. Cornyn says that they'll do a ride along with Border Patrol on Friday,.
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
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
"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.
"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.
"manville" Discussed on Modern Love
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"manville" Discussed on Modern Love
"And here's Lesley Manville why she wanted to read this piece. I chose this story because it seems appropriate to the film that I have opening at the moment here called ordinary love which Liam Neeson and I play a couple who are have been married for a very long time decades and they The wife Joan who I play is going through Wisconsin. Thank you to Leslie for reading this week's essay. Ordinary love is in theaters now. Modern love is a production of the New York Times and WBZ you are Boston's NPR station. It's produced directed and edited by Caitlyn O'Keefe original scoring and sound design by Matt Reed. Iris Adler is our executive producer. We're edited by Catherine Brewer. Daniel Jones is the editor of modern love for the New York Times and adviser to the show. The idea for the modern love. Podcast was conceived by Lisa Tobin special. Thanks to Julia Simon on your strumming Emilee at the New York Times additional music courtesy of APM if you liked the show leave us a rating or review on Apple podcasts. It helps new listeners. Find does We'll see you next week. Thanks for listening to modern love. Stick around for a couple of minutes and give a listen to a trailer for the new podcast dating while gray. We think you'll like it. I met someone for coffee and he brought water with him and I said to him. Are you going to pay for my coffee? And he said if I don't pay for your coffee what's the outcome I sick we're done dating does not get easier as you get older. Sorry my dates. Having met my expectations put it that way. Want to date anymore. I say no no. This is dating while gray because the one thing that doesn't get easier with age is love..
"manville" Discussed on Modern Love
"Stuck behind my ear of gum had been told to bring virtually nothing. No purse money jewelry or credit cards clearly. While I was under the knife someone would be rifling through my locker. Maybe stealing my three dimensional underwear. I shook my head. She went on lots of women. Us something to take the edge off great. Now you tell me. In my post diagnosis visits to three different doctors. None had suggested pharmacological support or whipped out a prescription pad after starting my ivy. The nurse I shouldn't be back to the public waiting room where I grabbed a copy of Elle magazine with the cover line. I left my wife for a younger woman and ruined my life. I want details. I needed to hear how this man learned his lesson but I was still searching for the article when step three they called me to the Inner Sanctum Waiting Area where I joined the aforementioned cluster of women three patients and one supportive daughter off to the nurse. Apologize that we would be there for a while. We looked at one. Another half smiled and started trading trading war stories about our needle biopsies performed all over the Eastern Seaboard Delaware New Jersey Manhattan Westchester County. New York. I started feeling a familiar cameraderie but resisted saying if I'd known we'd be here for so long I'd have brought l. Did you see the article about the guy who Delaware's daughter jumped up ran out and took it from me from the Outer Waiting Room? I was touched while the four of them talked about basic breast cancer. Stuff like the rookies they were. I refrained from revealing my second time status. Instead I read about the right to who married too young left his wife and children for a research assistant was dumped and realize it his time to grow up. Aw Man I tuned back into the conversation. When Westchester mentioned xanax. It seemed they'd all taken one. Apparently some things never change as a teenager. I was the only girl who didn't know key details about first-time sex now. I was the only patient who had not taken my tranquilizers when I admitted this Delaware and her daughter exchanged look then. Delaware said I might have another one. She rummaged through her daughter's purse pulling out a crumpled ziplock bag containing a mix of pink. Blue and white pills. New Jersey said yes take one delaware dumped pale blue tablet into my palm. I briefly considered declining after all. This pill didn't come from a prescription bottle and I had known this woman for only twelve minutes but in that little room with my unexpected club of fellow travelers downing the pill was practically a reflex. We had been instructed not to take anything by mouth after midnight. But Delaware's daughter handed me a cup of water announcing authoritatively that I could have one sip. I was already accepting drugs from her mother. So what the heck I swallowed and my peers smiled approvingly. Basking in chemically enhanced glow every ten minutes also one of them check to see whether I was feeling it yet a sixth woman then crowded in and announced that she had just had the wire insertion. No big deal we. Ida with Suspicion Westchester asked. Did you have a needle biopsy last week translation? Do you know what pain is answer? Yeah this was nothing like that piece of cake. We exchanged relieved grains. The new woman was apparently hanging with us until she got the all clear. First STEP FOUR. The surgery waiting room. I felt lightness in the crown of my head. No doubt the xanax kicking in I said Hey. She didn't really have the wire thing. Her job is to put on a gown and pop into waiting rooms pretending she went through the procedures just to reassure the real patients. Everyone loved when I saw minor again. I had a definite buzz but suddenly couldn't recall if the drug she had suggested was xanax. Or Valium could be trouble. What if San ax was not allowed? I would have to come back for the procedure another day. I- dummied up two minutes later. It occurred to me that I didn't want to find out too late that the pill I had swallowed interact with the anesthesia. Even if I had updated my pull the plug document. I caught the nurses I Remember you told me about taking something. The relaxation she nodded I just took as annex. She thought I was joking. By all appearances I was a responsible adult a neurobiologist as she knew and so not exactly a prime candidate for scoring controlled substances in the Waiting Room. But there it was. I had depended on the kindness and drug stashes.
"manville" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Everybody. Both of my guests order of the British Empire which is suddenly making me less proud of the medal. I won for most Tequila. Shots done on a Wednesday. So let's see if they can see their peers with OBI or no be. I'm going to show you some famous faces. You think it'd be giving a title within the order of the British Empire. Say Oh be if not say no be here. We go first up Phoebe Waller Bridge. You know be be. You're right I got this Ceo Ba Liam says no got it last week just last week okay. What about Stevie Nicks? I'd say yes she is. She is not Elizabeth Taylor. Oh the dame's a dame. What about George not? Oh I think he is. Yeah I think so. No he turned it down in two thousand five cure a nightly. I think she is actually. I think she got one. Last year she is with all due to cure nightly meryl streep no because She's American. She's a she's she writes. She is the Dave okay. No she's not what about 'em I as M I a don't even know that is Liam desma Yes she is. So that's all you need to know. What about Ralph Lauren? How I'm sure. Yes Liam because he's America no American. No no no well the.
"manville" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast addition of Watch. What happens live with me? Andy Cohen she started in the Phantom Threat. And every time he says release the crack and it leaves me dead. It's watch what happens live with Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson now to watch. I'm your host to Andy Cohen in the clubhouse on our last broadcast of the week with two total showstoppers. Their new movie is a must see. Even though it might force you to triple your budget for tissues from ordinary Lavin Select Theaters. Now please welcome Lesley Mandel. Liam slept here all the way from the upper west side from the UK. Where she starring in the visit? Yes you get the award for most smiles opposite. Yeah you did come from Winnipeg. You're making an ice caper. Yeah Yeah Over the Var she is the author. This is a great new book. I'm I read it a long time ago. I'm so excited it's out. It's called the ones we've been waiting for how a new generation of leaders will transform America. It's about the next generation of leaders. It's out now. It is Charlotte. I.
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
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
"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.
"manville" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Walk to the podcast number ten fourteen. I am in raleigh north carolina this weekend august eight nine ten performing a good night's so come on out good night's comedy dot com is the website and get in from the heat and the very strong humidity which feels like sometimes you step outside like you're walking through hot car wash but otherwise i'm really enjoying rally had amazing barbecue here with my friends kyle and razzle and we will all be ignites this weekend so come on out for that and now let's go to the cork board for some corporate events from you. The community like corey who writes my friend and i have a live electronic music show in san francisco called peaked peac monthly we feature to artists the third wednesday six thirty to eight thirty august twenty simple as we provided by musical fungus and otto leon find out more by searching <hes> peaked p. I q. u. E. <hes> amita for electronic music makers all right also aaron rights. I would like to promote my brothers. There's amazing band the darling sons. They're going first tour in august and everyone should come out and see them. My brother's been through so much and overcome many obstacles in his life and it only twenty four. He's made this small folk band banned from the outskirts of chicago become a giant talent that people enjoyed a c. plus. He's my little bro so i have to give them my shameless older sister promotion they will be in cincinnati philadelphia. New york can chicago very soon find all their dates information at the darling sons s. u. N. s. dot com <hes>. This episode is lesley. Manville who is just an incredible actress oscar nominated <hes> she was in phantom thread. She's been a ton of stuff and she is is promoting mum which is a series that's currently on breadbox and she's also in malaysia since mr seveval which will be out october eighteenth and just an incredibly credibly sweet lady and also yeah i mean literally one of the best actress in the business and it was really lovely chat with her and so oh please please please watch mom. It's fantastic and she is also great in that so <hes> let's get going into episode ten fourteen of the they tend to podcasts with lesley manville as we roll softly into the thing initiating protocol. How are you get do.
"manville" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"You know of lovely garden flat a good job. NOPE got my health touch with independence anybody telling me what to do. I mean don't get me wrong. I it's not all rosy. I've days and badly like everyone else though not but hey it is <hes> I think it would be very easy for your performance or the film to just let her be pathetic or just let her be a joke and it's a funny any movie too yeah and I and it doesn't I wonder what it was like to spend all that time developing and then embodying character who is in some ways just to find why just crippling loneliness yeah it it. It was <hes> I it's. I think that film <hes> stayed with me. I don't mean on a day to day. Basis assist me. I didn't go home and cry and my pillow because I was playing Mary but that woman stayed with me her predicament her a pain because so many people said to me are when they'd seen the film that they be Mike that at times in their life or they knew people that were like that or people that were like that and we're still like that and <hes> and I I sort of think the CH- for me she was the most complete piece of work that I did with my really <hes> when we were doing <hes> what became big in big parts of the film like for example the scene when she arrives late to their barbecue saved you some food Mary. I hope it's still warm. Jerry only APP about me. You didn't get arrested. No I think Jones for economy actually Shimmy. We'll see what you mean. I'm busy engine. Oh I didn't know about this. Speak our the funding that be cruel powerful is it Mary. How many do we send to me. You should know that put six or one point. Oh Yeah I know that's boy stuff. Isn't it important I. I think we're GONNA have a cigarette before I eat this. Take over that. Oh we'll also you will mind outside. Don't marry law yeah we did that as a major improvisisation that lasted best part of the day really and so you know for Mary. Oh you stop in her flat getting ready. You know that and I remember I remember this very well and I don't remember lots of things but this I I remember very well. The Sh Mary's to listen to a lot of sad dusty springfield and she's to sing along to it quite well l. which was good 'cause you know. I I got a bit of a voice on me and I thought I use American have quite a good voice and she belting out this and she she sort of loved the loneliness in a perverse way in oh she she loved singing dusty Springfield and have an crying and using that as an excuse to go and get another glass of wine and even though she knew shout got to drive across London Kuzan she arrives in this call that she's got in the car is everything's chaos with chaos. Nothing is ordered and and that's really not like me. I I'd never played somebody drunk before. <hes> and we did a few scenes where she was. She was drunk and that oddly enough it was the only time not shared this with Mike. I said the really thing I'm finding really tricky. Is that normally you. You know you do the scene you come out of character. You have your lunch and you come back and you do it again. Whatever but when I was doing the drunk Mary I I sort sort of needed to stay in that zone found going in and out of drunk very tricky so <hes> he said that's all right you know just refined a little? We'll place for you to go and keep it. Keep it on the go and I did and it and it really helped but that was a lot about playing her and I think over the is some people have misinterpreted this it meant that you know I was lonely or I was <hes> in some sort of pain and we've all been in pain in our lives and lonely at times but I I really knew how to play her. I brought a lot to those scenes when she was desperate and and it kind of was an extension. It was like going to places beyond where I Leslie Xlii had been but I knew the route so yeah I if if I had a we have a show in England could desert island discs you might be familiar with my desert island discs my move. My movies would be merry because that's something so wonderful about her as well that that she isn't just totally pitiful and she puts on she wants. She wants to present something to the world that is he's positive. She hasn't completely thrown in the towel she clings to she's GonNa Chloride herself back up. You know she's beloved too. I mean that's that's another thing about the film is that she wouldn't be there even in that state. Hey if those friends didn't love her. Yes I mean they do. They do eventually get rather irritated. 'cause she's interrupting interrupting the the kind of order and family stability of their life. You know his this tornado the come turns hands up on a Sunday <hes> and and behaves quite badly at times especially towards their son and his his new girlfriend you know one of the the themes that that movie shares with mum is kind of engaging with the question of what what are the possibilities and lack of possibilities of late middle age yeah like that <hes> another year feels like this this story of contrast of people these people who are engaging that part of their lives in very different ways you know mom. Tom is about someone who is who has both like learned to be generous with everyone around her and is also <hes>. I'm being generous with herself about starting a new thing having lost her husband and another year feels like a really deep at least to me when I watched it at like a very deep engagement of the tragedy of late Middle Age which is that you don't always get to make hey canoe choice. You don't always get to open up a new road. No no I mean obviously marrying. Another year was about ten years ago so I was ten his younger so there was something more desperate about Mary. <hes> in you're right. Those comparisons are absolutely spot on but she was you know the D- The ship had sailed to have a child and she was just a different personality you know she she desperately wanted to cling onto to her youth and her looks and you know she dressed some would say some would not but she she probably dressed a bit in appropriately for her age and she she wasn't very sophisticated. She wasn't embracing getting older and she which she she could have done you know she was she was not a bad looking woman. She was just desperately clinging on and really totally <hes> misjudging the situation with her friend's son who she seriously thought she could get into some kind of relationship and that he would he would find her attractive and want to be with her and it's not that she wasn't wasn't attractive but it was that there was no way the stable young man was going to be attracted by this is totally chaotic. Alcoholic desperate woman and what's different about Kathy and mom is that she has had a full and fulfilled life. She's she was married to a man who she had a good relationship with she had love love. She's had a child. She does a nice job. She works in children's school. You know it's all gentle told positive things <hes> so her re evaluation of her life post the death of her husband. <hes> <hes> is is a very different scenario but what I love about mum. I'm what's I think one of the reasons why it's been received so enthusiastically brilliantly certainly in the U._k.. <hes> thus far is the IT looks at people over fifty over sixty who adjust forming a love affair you know the the that part of their lives is not shut off and done with and it's I. I think a lot of women are very happy to see something like that portrayed they feel that being represented and also that you know as I've said in the press press before in a slightly exaggerated way 'cause I'm trying to make a point in a guardian interview recent kind of in rather extravagant way said I want to go oh out and dance till three in the morning and get drunk and drink too much and have sex we kind people have taken a bit literally but I'm sort of making appoint that you know just because you're over fifty. It doesn't mean that those feelings stop and that you don't you know you don't want a good time. You don't WanNa misbehave you know. Some people think oh you're fifty year old woman. Should you really be dancing and getting sweaty and flirting hell. Yes you should on if you want to. You can do it. <hes> Cathy's not like that oversee. She's much more well behaved and she wouldn't. She wouldn't even think that she would go out and get drunk. She'd probably stay at home home and get drunk but she might not want to go dancing like I do but it's just you know I'm saying I'm just isn't it. Great <hes> like fleabag is about a woman very different generation but his who's the great thing about that show is that she doesn't care you need food. Anything goes and the and the show has shown a woman of that age not caring <hes>. It's just breaking some glass ceilings really well Lesley Manville. Thank you so much for being on bills. I had so so great to talk to you thank you. It's been really nice talking to you too Lesley Manville everyone she.
"manville" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Jesse Thorn Lesley Manville is an actor. She got her start on T._v.. Back in the seventies at the time she was a teenager living in England then came her career in theatre. She's been in many plays with the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company. She's also been in many films. Mike Lee became a fan of her stage work. She's been in a ton of his movies be sense and she was nominated for an Oscar for her role in Phantom threat. It's been some forty years since she got started in the entertainment entertainment business or you might think it's time to slow it down a little. Maybe relax on a beach somewhere right Guardian interview recently kind of in rather extravagant way said I wanna go out and dance till three in the morning and get drunk and drink too much and have sex we kind people have taken a bit literally but I'm sort of making a point that you know just because you're over fifty. It doesn't mean that those feelings stop and that you don't you don't want a good time. Um You don't WanNA misbehave. You know. Some people think oh you're fifty year old woman. Should you really be dancing and getting sweaty and flirting hell yes you should and if you want to you can do it. It's Bullseye you. Mike Know Leslie's work with the Director Mike Leigh she starred in some of his best movies like secrets and lies all or nothing and another year her latest is the B._B._C.. See show mom in it. She plays Kathy a mom and her fifties living out in the suburbs. The show begins with Kathy getting over the recent death of her husband. The tone of the show and Leslie's performance are both very grounded though sometimes she is surrounded by madness. A lot of mom is about Leslie's characters relationship with her our best friend Michael they have palpable romantic chemistry but Leslie Son. Jason isn't into the idea he's still pretty protective of his late a father and he gets a bit jealous. When.
"manville" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"T._v. on and then great so I was interested. I'm recently about this. Thankfully this isn't a campaign. The campaign was the face of K._F._C. and all that would be sweet. Hey guys I don't know I love originally commercials because that's probably the best place to go full flattening face and get over yourself for the day and be terrified. <hes> where we met this is quite a nice tossing up stable already outflow where if someone does maybe like four or sounds like someone's dropped manville on a piano on a truck the APP unfortunately but <hes> that's environment we go in there and you know you're in a spice whereas enough of dust around a microwave singing so remind bell for new to before or weird stuff uh-huh in commercial costumer ridiculous on me I've talked to my previous guests about it they can be they can be amazing and then they can be you rise love yourself and be like what am I and the lowest is normally quite a few you of the Friends of mine do get commercials and stuff. I envy that they row. I defined. They like to remind our there is one guy you'll recognize his face. He is in every single goofing and I find it hilarious because the first thing casting directors ask you when you walk in is what's your most recent commercials and they must be ages but then you think he must be clashing with every single product you have. He's still confirm it was he's in like something zoo cler or something pappu breaks a train line company and I'm like fair. Play my your your reckoning the money killing.
"manville" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"I wouldn't say muse, but she's very very very very frequently in movies by Mike Lee is a British director, and he was made the secrets and lies. He made. She's also she's an average is really good. You said topsy turvy, which I have not seen. I'll have good. She's in another year, which is my favorite of the Mike Lee movies that I've seen and she's the most iconic pardon other in another year because she is the ending of another. She's the main reason other years as good as it is. Because it ends with this like insane long close up of her like realizing like oh my God. Like while my life as miserable. Life is terrible. All my God. That sounds like I'm seeing that it's in credible. So you said that they're very very different. Now that I'm looking at all these people she was married to Gary Oldman for three years, and she was like goodbye. She was married to Gary Oldman, nineteen eighty seven to nineteen acts honestly a fucking nightmare. The last thing I'm gonna say about Lesley Manville is. That you said, okay, they're very very different, Leslie Mann and Lesley Manville. However, look at them side by side and tell me that movie or maybe a play in which they play sisters with like different like one different parent, the different dads and one was raised older or they have the same dad that would help explain it different is like is this land one of them was raised in the UK. And one of them was raised in California. David that Lindsay Lohan movie knowing they meet late in life is the parent trap because they're not twins. It stuff is like. Enrich. And then Lesley Manville like younger and American and they find out that they're sisters, but they're already like in the middle of middle age. Yeah. Yes. And then something happens. Sharon, a bunch of stuff happens that narrating, and then a bunch of stuff happens. You should write this. Okay. If you can call it untitled, Leslie Mann Lesley Manville feel drama, and then Prentice drama d I love the idea that you would pitches me like only if Leslie Mann Lesley Manville played the leads otherwise this is never getting made. Fair. I mean, pick to other people who could do that my name both their kids, Leslie other names would not be let that into. That's just. All of it. It's funny if they both name them, Leslie, the different spellings of Leslie these two they can both be named Leslie, okay next. Call. Okay. So who is late though. I I mean, I know that that that that's an actor. I think I keep seeing like think of promo for show with decks shepherd who also might not most like other people..
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Researchers capture high-resolution image of a complete fruit fly brain
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Iris scanner AI can tell the difference between the living and the dead
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Airstream debuts smart control technology
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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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"manville" Discussed on KTRH
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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.
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.
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.
"manville" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Here's man probably interns everywhere we call johnny from manville enter for you if you want hey i agree with you on a whole lot of stuff but i don't know that much about me retired electricity started my business in ninety eight and i couldn't find qualified electricity 'cause then and like the summers county both tech right let me talk to somebody these kids and i cooked one ceo called cooperative sh that you know i had to pay him some they had to be back school they knew more three years since i was trying to hire and i couldn't give them a raise they had minimum i couldn't get marie so they got out yeah so basically they had to be paid i have no problem with that stay dragging people treat said didn't have any experience there's only so many radio jobs but there was a lot of church in jobs and these guys these guys are great i went through hiring from the somerset county built tax for five years and they all my other guys because they're learning new stuff every day was minimum wage but but yeah i miss seeing like i'm not saying it's wrong interns i'm just saying i don't think they should be paid i have no problem paying but you know agreeing with you on since categories triple play the price and they're going to grow but now but by working for you for minimum wage they made connections and they're able to more jobs me christmas cards yeah i usually tell jokes real world over and they thanked me you're like you're like in the electrical world go like a conductor yeah you'll like job conductor you are you are the shock gets them on the jolts them to that next job johnny for manville ladies and gentlemen justin's in parsippany new jersey one zero one point five eight justin eighteen how're you doing today how are you.