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Fresh update on "marcos" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

02:31 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marcos" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

"The beginning. They used the pandemic sometimes referred to as the China virus. Where it originated. As an excuse to mail out tens of millions of balance, which ultimately led to a big part of the fraud. President. Trump has not conceded the election. Most of his lawsuits, though, have been defeated in courtrooms across the country. Well, the director of the CDC says the pandemic will get worse before it gets better. Dr. Robert Redfield says the next three months we're gonna be the most difficult time in the public health history of the nation, and he says schools and businesses should never have been shut down early in school. You can learn how to do this safely and responsibly. Airlines could learn how to do this safely and responsibly. Businesses can learn how to be this safe for humans, possibly He said. Much of the transmission is happening through contact with asymptomatic people in home gatherings. Hospitalizations were up 208% in San Diego County. As the virus cases continue to rise. Public health officer Dr Wilma Wooden says the numbers are up over the last 7 14 and 30 Day periods from November 1st two November 30th. There was a 208%. Increase in hospitalizations over the 30 Day period and 129% increase and ICU admissions for the same period. San Diego County reporting another 1217 cases 16 more people have died from the virus. The total is now 1035 County health officials declaring Corona virus outbreaks it three awaken church locations in San Diego entities that have chosen to act irresponsibly entities in particular, like the awakened church, where we Have been forced to have to share outbreak information because their lack of cooperation and notifying the members of the congregation about cases there, we continue to import the public to recognize the very real danger of indoor religious services, the danger of spread of increase in cases and what it can lead to It's county Supervisor Nathan Fleischer, the county asking anyone who attended indoor services at the three awaken church locations in San Diego, Chula Vista and San Marcos to quarantine for 14 days. We're going to use time 706. And there's a big change need to know about. If you're planning a trip to the San Diego Zoo or the Safari Park, the zoo in Safari Park will soon require guests to make reservations. The reservation system is expected to be up and running by Saturday, but there could still be some kinks to work out with unexpected surgeon guests over the holidays..

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Boston-area restaurant Lynn’s Brothers Deli serves more than 1,200 free Thanksgiving meals

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:46 sec | Last week

Boston-area restaurant Lynn’s Brothers Deli serves more than 1,200 free Thanksgiving meals

"In Massachusetts and Lynn people certainly had something to be thankful for. The owner of a local restaurant has made giving a holiday tradition. WBC's Carl Stevens reports. A steady rain falls on this great Thanksgiving morning, but there's not a cloud in the sky of George Marcos is heart. He's got one hot that is bigger than the United States For nearly three decades. George Marcos, the owner of Brothers Deli here, and Lynn has cooked up hundreds of Thanksgiving meals free for anybody who walks up to the door. Living land housing, So I'm taking some of the Guinness back to my neighbors. George cooked all night and today puts together meal after meal after meal. Why it is that I do it. Because that's the way I I grew grew up up up from. from. from. Lynn, Lynn, Lynn, Carl Carl Carl Stevens, Stevens, Stevens, WBC WBC WBC Boston's Boston's Boston's news news news radio, radio, radio,

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Phil's BBQ in San Marcos Permanently Closed

Sean Hannity

00:41 sec | Last week

Phil's BBQ in San Marcos Permanently Closed

"From the Pandemic continues for San Diego County restaurants. This time it hits what feels like a pillar and our community. Phil's BBQ with five locations in San Diego has closed its 10 year old San Marcos location permanently due to the pandemic owner Phil Pace, saying the decision to close truly was heartfelt. But if he stayed open, he'd be losing 10 to $15,000 a day, he says most of the San Marcos employees These have been transferred to other fills locations. Nationally renowned Phil's barbecue started out 1998 in Mission Hills. Pace hopes to add another North County location in the future when the virus is under control. Pace has been vocal in trying to gain more local control over the state's reopening plans. Zachary Barnes Kogo News, another victim

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Think Twice Before You Eat That Halloween Candy

Nopeville

07:16 min | Last month

Think Twice Before You Eat That Halloween Candy

"The urban legend of Razor Blades in your Halloween candy or poison hidden behind the sweet taste of a snickers bar has been around for decades to this day. Parents are still worn to inspect all candy give into their children to make sure that it's safe for consumption quoted from a mental floss article written by Ethan treks quote it's easy to see how urban legends have taken hold because they're so terrifying after all parents Ben Three hundred, sixty, four days of every year telling their kids not to take candy from strangers precisely because of might be poisoned. Then, give the thumbs up to taking snacks from every house in the neighborhood on Halloween, and that's so true and it also calls to mind the whole idea of like when we re under it, we were told not to talk to strangers online and not to get in cars with strangers, and now we literally use the Internet to summon strangers to get in their cars yet. So. Weird. It's crazy. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five Joel Best, who's a professor of sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware publishing article that reviewed reports and press coverage of candy tampering in the United States between nineteen, Fifty, eight to nineteen eighty-four during the search he found a report as early as nineteen fifty nine where children were falling ill after a California dentist named. William. Shine had distributed four hundred fifty candies laced with laxatives. Two Children Jesus thirty of these children were actually affected by candy tampering and he was later charged with outrage of public decency and quote unlawful dispensing of drugs for a dentist. A dentist, a nine, hundred, sixty, four in New York a forty, seven year. Old Woman named. Helen feel was. Annoyed by the Halloween custom of handing out candy to children especially to children who she felt deserve to be given free candy for she handed out bags of treats including ant poison and dog biscuits while when she was confronted about her actions she said, she was doing it as a joke and only gave the items kid she felt were too old to be trick or treating. Is later reported that she was admitted to the State Hospital for mental observation. Good. God right. You don't know what their issues and why they're treating, and even if they don't have an issue like who fucking cares don't be so stingy. Yeah. Like would you want them taking part in egging in toilet paper toilet paper people's houses or would you like them going door to door and get some candy? Just let them go home with bags of candy and then do whatever they're going to do at the house. They're not gonNA come back at midnight to your house. They've if you give him dog biscuits. Yeah. It's like you just set yourself up for some mischief right in one thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, Toronto police had discovered razor blades and noodles and Halloween apples. The footage found in the CBC Archives Showed Police Displaying Candy that was supposedly poisoned in nineteen seventy, five year old boy named Kevin Dotson from Detroit died after supposedly eating heroin laced candy diseases. After news media outlets had a field day with telling all parents to dispose of their children's hard earned cash flowing treats. It was later discovered that the parents of the child were trying to hide the true events led to his death apparently the uncle of the boy. had a heroin stash in his home and the little boy had gotten into it and ingested a capsule filled with heroin. The parents sprinkled heroin on the boys Halloween candy after he had died as a cover up to protect the boy's uncle God. But that also kind of reminds me of the the thing that goes around of Lake don't watch out people are putting edibles in your candidate and like no nobody's giving you hundreds of dollars of drug senior kids. In two thousand and Minnesota a forty nine year old man named James Joseph Smith was charged with felony for tampering with candy after a fourteen year old boy was pricked with a needle after biting into a candy bar. Lou. He apparently had put needles into snickers bars and handed them out on Halloween. Night. He was charged with one count of adultery in substance with the intent to cause harm illness or death new four other boys were found to have the needle lace snicker Bar, but the only one boy was harmed. In Two thousand sixteen in Nova Scotia a twelve year old boy was injured when he reached into his candy bag and was cut by a razor blade poking out of a kick cap arc. In two thousand, seventeen multiple reports come out of Ontario Canada where eleven year old girl underwent surgery at U. ship it into recess peanut Butter Cup containing a metal object although it was unclear if this was a result of candy tampering or a manufacturing incident. And other eleven year old boy was also reported to have received a Tutsi roll containing melatonin pill before. Tone of all things so. Yes. So harmless but just go to sleep in two thousand, nineteen in Connecticut thirty seven year old Jason Racks was arrested and held on a two hundred fifty thousand dollar bond after the parents of at least two trick or treaters found razors in their children's candy bags. He was charged with risk of injury to a minor reckless endangerment and interfering with police officer apparently did not go quietly when arrested and he also stated that the razor blades were accidentally spilled into the Cannibal for boxer razors who just happened to have next to it. Yes. Yep Yeah I totally believer like you do a later unrelated incident involved someone handing out THC laced gummy candies in their Halloween trick or treaters. Each of the bags contained colorful gummy cubes each packed with ten milligrams of THC. It was stated that it was unknown if this was intentional or from might have been an unintentional oversight by the person handing out the treats but the packaging was obvious enough that it shouldn't be consumed by children Marcos is probably high end didn't notice it air probably high and just in the bag knows because there's pictures of it and that looks like little gummy little gummy bear bags. Yeah. So again, the joke comes up though that nobody's going to willingly hand over yet. They're edibles. Yeah. At the conclusion of Joel Best Research. So get it only went from nine, hundred, fifty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and a lot of these cases. I, told you about were in the two thousands So, this was his conclusion with his research at the conclusion of Joel Best Research into candy tampering incidents. He concluded that the vast majority of reported about seventy five percent who were either hoaxes conducted by children or their parents or didn't result in serious injury interesting. He also stated that contemporary legends are ways that society expresses anxiety and urban legends like Halloween Sadism could've stemmed from societal grievances like nineteen, eighty, two with the cyanide laced tylenol incident in. CHICAGO? The September eleventh terrorist attacks and subsequent Anthrax scare and of course now with Yeah. which actually plays into what you were saying. Devil's night about the depression and the war and how people just kind of like did what they did on Devil's night as a reprieve or as Cathartic. Occurrence. Yeah. So yeah, and that a lot of these urban legends Kinda just stemmed from people just having so much anxiety about the world in the world's problems. Yeah. Yeah. He has stated quote is it possible that someone maliciously passes out treats with the intent of harming children at random of course but this raises the question why they're usually aren't multiple reports from the same area effectively saying that the urban legend is just that nothing more than a hoax or scary story to tell her on time we're anxieties already

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Philadelphia's Montgomery County officials urge residents to exercise caution this holiday weekend

KYW 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Philadelphia's Montgomery County officials urge residents to exercise caution this holiday weekend

"Are reminding everyone to protect themselves from covert 19 19 this this holiday holiday weekend. weekend. Here's Here's K K y y w. w. Suburban Suburban Bureau Bureau chief chief Jim Jim Millward Millward Montgomery Montgomery County County commissioner commissioner Dr Dr Valerie Valerie Unfortunately, Unfortunately, I I do do expect expect that that we we will will see see a bit of a spike after Labor Day weekend says they saw spikes in cases following July 4th and Memorial Day weekend reminds everyone planning to go to a cookout or getting together with friends to wear a mask and stay 6 FT. Apart. People are lax in their behaviour. It just increases the chances that Corona virus will get to work overtime on Labor Day, Marcos says the school's restarting they want to keep the level of viruses low as possible to make it safer for kids to return to the classroom at the suburban bureau

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Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

The House Whisperer

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

"Become a hurricane near Haiti. Forecasters did not expect Marcos has turned into a hurricane until tomorrow. Hurricane warning is now in effect for a section of the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Storm surge warnings, Tropical storm warnings and tropical storm watches are also in effect as far west as Lafayette, this Far east as Biloxi and Mobile. There's a

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Texas State investigates racial abuse claims against coach

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Texas State investigates racial abuse claims against coach

"San Marcos Texas Texas state state university university orders orders an an investigation investigation into into a a former former players players allegations allegations of of racist racist remarks remarks by by men's men's basketball basketball coach coach Danny Casper more bobcats guard Jaylen shed raise the claims on social media he claims black players were routinely subjected to racial remarks and that caused him to transfer to Washington state before last season Casper has not commented publicly on the allegations the athletic director at Texas state says he considers the allegations deeply troubling

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"marcos" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"marcos" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Five five two two five Marcos starts off of this hour in Texas Hey Marcos how are you I'm doing good how bout yourself better than I deserve what's up well I recently got engaged and congradulations Meyer thank you eMarketer fiance are much beyond a future wife we have some student loan debt and we are in the process of looking for a whole now by the end of this month I will have my student loan debt paid off and we will after my undergrad for your looking to pay off hers now it is part of that was wondering what would be the best course of action and looking for a home budget wise and money wise for us will be to get one I want a nice home for her and for us and you know for our future cash that will have so what would be the best course of action very nice a good man well I'd like for you to get home to I want you to do it in a proper order show that the home doesn't get you and you know just keep it going that way you should not pay off someone's debt that you're not married to sure she shouldn't pay on your debt you shouldn't pay on hers until you're married when's the wedding in September good okay and how much student loan debt will she have left in September if she pays only are about thirty five thousand okay and yours will be gone by then yes tomorrow I'll have mine paid off by the end of this much is only three thousand Bucks good for you okay what do you make are roughly thirty five a year good what she meant thirty good okay she got a hundred thousand dollar household income a hundred and five when you get married in.

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The 1992 Little League World Series Scandal

Sports Criminals

04:59 min | 9 months ago

The 1992 Little League World Series Scandal

"Event the International Youth Sports while it might Okun Image of fun and innocence throughout its seventy three year history. The tournament has been plagued by scandal and on the afternoon of August. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Ninety. Two as spectators watched the Filipino team celebrating on the field after clobbering their American opponents. They couldn't shake the uneasy feeling that something about the situation didn't feel quite right. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the third episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to nineteen ninety two and the Little League World Series Scandal. Zamboanga city located on a small remote island in the Philippines is most famous for its canned sardine industry but in nineteen ninety two. It was the city's Little League Baseball team that caught the world's attention the team from Zamboanga breezed through the World Series Tournament. Demolishing everyone in its path until trouncing a squad from Long Beach California in the championship. Game fifteen to four from a gold medal in boxing thirty years before the boys victory represented the most significant athletic achievement. In the country's history they returned to the Philippines as heroes where President Fidel Ramos through them. A parade in the capital city and awarded them over forty dollars in scholarship money. Nearly everyone in the country celebrated the team's victory everyone except journalist Al Mendoza as a journalist. Mendoza's job was to tell the truth. Which wasn't always easy in a country like the Philippines twenty years before dictator Ferdinand Marcos had banned anything beyond state-sanctioned news and only recently after a regime change had independent news outlets resumed operation. Just a day. After the team's Victory Parade Mendoza published a column in the daily Enquirer with the heading mothers. How old are your children? He not only cast doubt on the ages of the players from Zamboanga City. But whether they were actually from the small town as they claimed to qualify for the Little League world series players must be between ten and twelve years old and the player must live within the geographic boundary of the town or city that his or her team represents for example. Boy From Austin Texas. Can't play on team from Dallas. Ten to twelve is also a tricky age because of the disparity and boys sizes and appearance at that age some of almost reach their adult height will others are still under five feet tall to Mendoza and many others the Filipino players looked too and too poised for boys that age after he published his column. The American League president fact sheet of questions to his counterpart in the Philippines to confirm the players were the correct age and if they were all from Zamboanga City in his response the Filipino. Little League president declared that all the players were of legal age but admitted that several from outside Zamboanga city had been added to the roster because the original players weren't able allowed to travel to the United States. He explained that Zamboanga City is a very rural area and that many of the boys were needed to work on their parents farms. Others had been too afraid to fly. He also maintained that if the substitution hadn't been made the original team from Zamboanga City would have beaten the Americans by twice as much but days later Mendoza and his colleagues revealed that excluding the eight players added to the roster from other cities the six players actually from Zamboanga city. Were all over. Asia anywhere from thirteen to fifteen years old and had assumed the identities of younger boys in town that the team had replaced their original manager with coach from Manila. A coach who couldn't even speak or understand the dialect used in Zamboanga City. Furthermore the parents of the overage athletes had also assumed false identities in an effort to maintain the ruse. Maybe the Little League Baseball could overlook the replacement of a few kids who were too scared to fly but when it came to systematic fraud perpetrated by multiple generations. They had no choice but to strip the Filipino team of its title and awarded to the boys from

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"marcos" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

10:53 min | 10 months ago

"marcos" Discussed on The Frame

"Imelda. Marcos is a natural subject for a documentary by Lauren Greenfield. The photographer and filmmaker has spent her career examining wealth and extreme materialism but in the king-maker Greenfield goes beyond Marcos's famous shoe collection and the billions of dollars that she and her late husband allegedly looted from the Philippines as the wife of Ferdinand Marcos Imelda was first lady of the Philippines from nineteen sixty five to nineteen eighty six at that point he was ousted and they fled to Hawaii Ferdinand. Marcos died in nineteen eighty-nine and Imelda was allowed to return to the Philippines. Two years later when I met Lauren. Greenfield at the telluride film festival. She began with one extravagance that I got her interested in telling this story. The MARKELLE says depopulated a small island in the South China Sea in nineteen seventy six to make room for a hundred and four animals African animals which they brought over on a ship from Africa A kind of Noah's Ark and they've been there ever since we were on safari and Kenya and a Melda was fascinated with the wild animal. I got envious. We have those so she argued them. You know like you buy address in Paris. You bring an avenue Africa then I said I will complete paradise for the Philippines because we will also have animals from Africa here but they also as you say depopulated the island. They kept the people who've been living on this island off to make way for this vanity project. And I think it's easy to say that. In a way epitomizes what the marcoses did and how they saw their country and their money and that was really my kind of access point into the story and into why I wanted to do this film. There was something about the animal island that was the expression of extravagance. You know people know about the shoes but this was extravagance that involved living things and had implications for people in animals that went generations. It was an island inhabited by a group of people did not have Communities there except a few that I could tell them what to do. Then you're film kind of moves from the island under the mainland and the idea of what these animals represent becomes part of the story but not the story. So how does that transition happen? Because as part of that transition you also start spending time with the MELDA Marcos Imelda Marcos was back in the Philippines as a congresswoman which I was kind of amazed at it was almost as though if we could imagine Nixon coming back and running for office. She had left accused of stealing five to ten billion dollars left in shame the United States had a court case against them. People throw them out of the palace ransacked the palace and the idea that people say in the film. The Filipinos are very forgiving people so they allowed them to kind of come back to their homeland. When she was older and and Ferdinand Marcos had passed away but I think nobody realized that they could kind of use the money that had been repatriated to come back to power. And so that's what I started covering and one of the ways Imelda was kind of getting back into power was through the candidacy of her son. Bongbong for high office. He was running for vice president. Who's former Marco one of the things? I thought when I began. Is that for Bongbong and Imelda. Who are in politics again. I thought they might separate themselves from Ferdinand Marcos and from martial law to kind of find their own success and I was really surprised when I went to Vong Office for the first time and all over the wall plaques of his parents and photographs of the parents and that they really idealize that time and that story is what they've also sold to the Filipino. People what was your pitch pitch to Imelda. How did you get her on camera? She is not telling her story as a way to get to power. I think she really believes it. I think she feels like she wants to be the mother of the Philippians and use this kind of in a way. There's a philanthropic and kind of moral purpose to even her extravagance she says extravagances mothering. I was always criticized for being excessive. Mothering got the spirit of mothering. You cannot quantify love so extravagances not vanity for her. It's something that she gives to the Filipino. People we're talking with Lauren Greenfield about her new documentary kingmaker. You have made some movies and shot a lot of photographs that are about aspirational wealth and displays of wealth and about what people get from having material possessions and the kinds of things that they're attracted to and how that validates them as a person. This seems to be a different part of that idea where wealth is used toward political ends to accomplish political goals to suppress dissent. Were you conscious of the fact that in the making of this film that you were staying true to the things you visited in the past but it was a different chapter in that story. Yeah I feel like I always start stories out of interest of things that have come before but really with an open mind to I see and learn and I think I was attracted to a Melda because of the shoes because of the Animal Island but the story I found which was much more compelling was really money as a means to power and the corruption piece is very important in the Philippines because there's a direct connection between money on elections. There you see Imelda giving out money. It's a place where people pay for votes You have people who are hungry fully participating in democratic process but as a Keno said. You can't really engage in democracy when you're thinking about your next meal and so it's a place ripe for corruption and people who are in a way almost like royalty like Imelda are looked up to both because of the money they give and what they represent but also because of the glamour and beauty and almost feeling of royalty that they have and the kind of cult of personality that people then look up to. I think irony is too polite a word but the incredible poverty that a lot of people in the Philippines live-in is in part a consequence of all the money that was stolen by the marcoses even though she was acquitted in US courts. I think we can agree that they looted the country. And yet those same people now have this aspirational adoration of the wealth that Imelda Marcos possesses even though it was money that was stolen from them. And that's what in a way keeps her in and popular. I mean one of the things that I was looking at was the kind of fake news and manipulation of information and how that also affects elections so the money has another Kind of avenue which is influencing social media and kind of spreading the Marcus narrative about history. And that's been very effective with uneducated population and also because even in the education system martial law hasn't really been taught in the history books or it's been taught as a good thing not as you know a dictatorship where to send was punish dissenters were killed exactly and so that had a lot of resonance for me in terms of thinking about how information was manipulated in our elections and kind of seeing it in a very clear way there. The situation in the Philippines secured by rigid news. Censorship imposed when President Marcos put the country under martial law last Friday. Fourteen Manila's fifteen newspapers have been closed. Marcos has said he is trying to save his country from Communist. There's a lot of archival footage in your documentary to a lot of interviews and they're also moments that are really revealing. We'll talk about two one Imelda. Marcos is asking one of her assistance. Like how her belly looks how she looks on camera. And there's another where. She is showing off her picture collection with a lot of world leaders including people like. Qaddafi that she idolizes and a couple of them fall on the ground. And there's some shattered glass and somebody comes into sweep those up and you preserve both those moments. Why are those moments important to the film? Well the moment where she's giving a tour of In her garden she set up photographs of her with all the world leaders. She was on the world stage time when women were not. She's very proud of the fact that she went all over. The world almost like a diplomat. Her husband kind of center there and many of the people that she talks about fondly are dictators. Who were her friends? She says people thought these people were monsters but they were so kind and generous like Qaddafi like Saddam Hussein like Chairman Mao and I. It was away window into a melodist character to because she's really nice and generous and charismatic. When you get to know her it's kind of like anybody's nice when you get to know them in a way and yet there are these terrible consequences and I think with with what happens is she's showing me the pictures and some of the frame start falling and breaks and shatters and she doesn't miss a beat she just keeps on going with the tore and one of the servants starts picking it up and you know she is Indomitable. She is unstoppable. She says bad things have happened to me. I don't let it affect me. She just carries on and I think that's what's so maybe why she's been underestimated and somebody else will clean up her mess exactly. And that's the story of the Animal Island Greenfield's new documentary is called the king-maker great to see you. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me the king-maker debuts on showtime on February twenty eighth and that'll do it for today. I'm John Horn. Thanks for listening or back here tomorrow at the Broadcast Center..

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"marcos" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

07:31 min | 10 months ago

"marcos" Discussed on The Frame

"The Broadcast Center at KPCC. This is the frame. I'm John Horn on today's show. A New York jury has convicted Harvey Weinstein on rape and sexual assault charges. Does that decision. Reflect a sea change in Hollywood and will lead to more women coming forward to report abuse then documentary filmmaker Lauren. Greenfield follows the remarkable return to prominence of the former first lady of the Philippines Imelda. Marcos was back in the Philippines as a congresswoman which. I was kind of amazed that it was almost as though if we could imagine Nixon coming back and running for office. That's coming up on the frame. We'll be right back. Harvey Weinstein was convicted today. In New York City courtroom on two of the five rape and sexual assault charges. He was facing. He was immediately taken into custody until he is sentenced on March. Eleventh Weinstein's attorney said the conviction would be appealed. The Oscar winning producers still has to face trial here in Los Angeles where he faces up to twenty eight years behind bars if convicted for a variety of sexual assault charges that trial date has not been set to talk about today's conviction. We called up Deborah Katz. She's a Washington based attorney. Who has worked on many sexual harassment cases? She was in the courtroom today and I asked her for her reaction to the Weinstein conviction. My reaction was one of tremendous relief. It was very emotional to Come come to this moment. Where a jury no uncertain terms Convicted Harvey Weinstein a rape. He is now a convicted rapist and the jury rejected some of the most antiquated Arguments that are made to blame victims to blame women for their victims visitation and the jury just rejected that it was a really important watershed moment in court. Today I'm GonNa get to the defense strategy in a moment but I'm curious what your take was of the fact that Harvey Weinstein was not found guilty of predatory sexual assault Moore deter instructions. Were confusing said in court. Went Annabella Shura testify and it was extremely powerful tests. Money there was. I think no one in the courtroom who had any question that other than that choose extremely credible powerful witnessed. So if we don't know why the jury what did what did. Sometimes there's horse trading in the jury room but I am not. Someone subscribes to the view that this means they didn't believe Annabella I think. Annabella testimony was credible and was very powerful statement. So we don't yet know why the jury did this. But sometimes jurors horse trade and they agree to convict on. Let's let's Momentous charges and conviction some of the others. And you don't know what happened here. Exactly you represented Christine Blasi Ford in a Senate hearings of Brett Cavanaugh. And she phased similar attacks that some of the witnesses did in the Harvey Weinstein trial to her memory and her credibility. Was there anything different in the Harvey Weinstein trial than the Senate hearings for Brad Kavanagh? Because clearly they came to a different conclusion but in terms of how the women were treated by the defense and the Harvey Weinstein case. So it's interesting in the Christie blase Ford hearing. I think it is clear that members of the Senate Judiciary Committee even though voted against her. New that Chu is absolutely credible. Ultimately they made a political calculation that they were not going to oppose president trump's nominee and they Allowed him to be elevated to the court and I don't think it's because they believed Christine in this case the jury in the strongest possible terms Rejected the arguments made by donahue to know that core Harvey Weinstein was the victim of these unwise these widely women who wanted to use him to advance in their careers and a jury saw through that. And in this instance they said that Harvey Weinstein. What's going to be held accountable? And it was a very very significant moment. Repudiating the kind of arguments that pre metoo movement may have had greater power greater. We're talking with lawyer. Deborah Katz about the conviction of Harvey Weinstein today. I WANNA play a cut from a phone conference call. It was done today. By a number of women who claim they have been sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein. The speaker is a former assistant or harvey. Weinstein name Rowena Chew. I was thinking this morning as I read the news of story breaking What an amazingly different position. I'm in today from October. Twenty seventeen when I was locked in a bathroom with my six months old and I was crying because reporters have been turning up on my doorstep and reporters have been face booking me tweeting me and emailing me and turning what my workplace I felt barraged and unable to speak and locked in this position of terror because if the NDA that harvey had forced Zelda. And I to sign in tapes that double violation not just the original in a hotel room both the subsequent NBA that we signed so Rowena. True is a member of what is collectively known as the silence breakers that was audio from a conference call earlier today. Nba stands for non disclosure agreement. Talk about why. They're important and why they might need to be changed. Well there's two types of India's one is as a condition of employment that you show up for work and you sign an agreement that you can be penalized hundreds of thousands of dollars if you speak negatively about your employer and we now see my Bloomberg campaign tied up in that that he has campaign workers tied up with. Nda's and I think that they are never acceptable and the only purpose that they have is to muzzle employees and protect secrets in the workplace. That is not a good. That is not a good thing. Their second type of Eddie. The happens when individuals enter into settlement agreement and they agree to keep terms and conditions to the settlement essentially. What happens is completely confidential. No those kind of agreements or negotiated are playing meetings. That's what the victim usually woman wants as well and many many of my clients do. There's not a problem with such agreement. Most of my clients do not want to be known in perpetuity in connection with fingal much traumatic events in their lives. They don't want to have their name. Google and see it appear next to the harasser and in fact that could affect their future employment because many. Hr offices actually a screen for that but MBA's that had been negotiated. I would say before the me too. Movement that could have been very courses and one-sided nature like what happened in one in case like what happened with box with Roger Ailes and Bill o'riley needs to be passed to let women out of those kind of agreements and where we in it is a very powerful speaker. Not How courses those types of agreements can they and how much it hurts victims of harassment coming up on the frame more of our conversation with Deborah cads about the conviction of Harvey Weinstein.

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Houston: Sugar Land man believed to have shot and killed wife and son before driving to Guadalupe County

Mark Levin

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Houston: Sugar Land man believed to have shot and killed wife and son before driving to Guadalupe County

"This week's deaths of a woman and child in a home in sugar land have now been officially ruled a murder suicide police say a former pastor Richard Logan fatally shot his wife an eleven year old son and sugar land then drove to San Marcos for yet tact is college age daughter before taking his own

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Tips to Prepare for a Crashing Market

Power Trading Radio

08:38 min | 10 months ago

Tips to Prepare for a Crashing Market

"The market's up the markets down what is going on in the market as we start this new deck well let's think about it thanks for having me on the show at the thing about it is is that everybody you see in the market go up and up and up and pretty much every day and here we are again after another I'm began but but people realize this that the party is going to be over at some point in time and my opinion else for what it's worth everybody has different I think one of the next crash is gonna be brutal and here's why I think that we've had a lead been years pretty much of gains in the market right Paula Chile is getting weird were having larger ships up and down a lot so just means rapid on critical of and we got all that that that trade stops gone I think we just saw something which China but there's always going to be that we got to death bobbled what we borrow more money than ever before crazy global economy as kind of slowing down the dollars week and I think there is a tremendous risk to the average Americans retirement accounts and savings and why do I say that if you have kids yeah now you ma'am when your kids get their first credit card has a thousand dollar limit and I go out and buy pizza and go drink and and they run their credit card up and then they got another credit card alternate pay off their first credit card with the second credit card god my my kids aren't that old yet but now you were raised some warning signs for me right we have twenty three trillion dollars national debt I mean I don't even know what that number looks like on paper one four four trillion dollars budget this year okay we got corporate barring I mean it's just that the market is getting weird and they did a survey all the big corporate financial officers yes bank and what percent do you think that the we're gonna have a huge economic slowdown or recession in twenty twenty one percent twenty I would say you have a high number may be fifty five K. K. ninety seven but there may yeah the last couple weeks okay and I read this quote okay ninety seven percent of CFO's query believe either economic slowdown a recessional occur before the end of twenty twenty eighty eight percent so my point is if you're listening if I'm feeling but I am because chances are you're not prepared and don't tell me have three pointers house bars your we time to catch it all about money yeah right right right okay so it's so you're ill prepared how do you if the market's going to go down it if all these indicators are there how do you survive that how do you even make money when something like that is happening in so many people are going to suffer they're gonna lose money yeah they're gonna listen to face problems first of all you have to know how do you hold on to what you got right now how do you stop that yeah all this doom and gloom comes true and it's not easy and we have a process to help people do that and then how do we make it grow because you just you just can't stop investing see the problem is we never talked about this Pat our company in this online trading academy was really misleading because it should be called the online trading and investing a cat because not everybody wants to be a traitor now right I understand that hello education is the only way you can you know you can't go to you tube go on those get rich quick videos you can ask your friend there yeah your financial advisors gonna check it what you will do Pat you need to cut back and cut out your lock days every day what about you yeah I stopped by my wife that this you could buy it that's what you look like a male the Marcos you need yeah now your date itself most people don't know about this well there's a there's a there's a a new documentary about her so all all I rely on that looking want to ask you the most basic question and please don't laugh at me what is it what's the difference between investing and trading okay good question trading is an activity designed to produce short term income as you think it but we have to put two buckets of money in our life we have our cash flow back at which is our salary and we have our our well market which is our retirement account and what we want to do when we're working our money from our cash flow Bakit beads and our west back and then when we retire the money in our wealth bucket but surround and that takes care of our cash needs okay the manager right so that's what you have learned how to manage that all right but I I just I don't know the difference between trading and investing secrets are traded because you're such an and great interviewer I just lost my train of thought out so anyway so trading as an activity designed to generate short term income the trading means you there's day trading which everybody thinks is crazy but it's not where you're in and out of the market the same day some people like that some people down and then there is swing trading which is where people are in the market for a week or two which is less stressful and then there's there's there's position trading where you're holding things for your retirement so position trading is actually investing where we're just now getting strategies were analyzing are now we're making little adjustments and quick so that we can maximize our games and minimize the risk involved okay that's that's your two cent definition all right and and you know what it's worth more than two cents because now I kind I understand the difference between it so this is very very good all right I'm another basic question things are crazy right now on the news lance there are raising their absolutely insane how much should investors and traders pay attention to what's going on in the news and how should they react to all that well it all day you never can understand all that because we got all the we got the internet we got podcast and all this stuff and so it's really kind of hard to say you just have to know that is what is not what you know the kills is what you don't know so the way to do it is to get the best education you can make sure you understand what's going on the market and that's what we do twenty two going on twenty three years online trading academy which should be online trading investment generally we know what we're doing and we don't promise you it's easy with I'll promise you you're going to get rich we don't study a you have to give up your lot days you know that when I do that right and and you do have a core strategy which is patented and that's exactly what we're talking about here so we have a pact that strategy that doesn't guarantee you're going to get rich but that's that's a that's an organized approach to being a successful trader and or investor you know what I love about this is that if he truly is and investment education it truly is a telling you about your own money what's happening with your money how you can use your money and how you may be able to use your money more wisely than it's being used right now because so many of us simply have it in one of these for a one case we put it in there because it just comes out of our paychecks and that's it we never pay any attention to it it's like every other thing this taken out of your paycheck it's just you know a day a deduction and we don't even look at it as something that could be helping us to establish our retirement yeah I think about every week money comes out of your paycheck so you're you're buying you don't know at what level you buy you don't know buying it the most expensive price is the last couple weeks so the least expensive you don't know what you're buying from some person sitting at a cable going New York City trading your money and you've ever met them or or how to do it you don't know what you're paying for whatever it is they're buying that you don't even know anything about you know when you put it in these terms lance it's crazy it's absolutely crazy okay so we all need investment education and this happened online trading academy where the classes take place I understand you are for the first one free yes we have an introductory class it's two hours I teach it it's lots of fun and I try to make it not boring we don't try to sell you a condo and now you're anything we're just what you want one that we can have those about now what we're trying to do is say here's what we do it you know you're going to outlive your money the next generation is gonna live twenty more years after they retire on the issue of mutual funds or eighty five percent of mutual funds don't beat the overall market your financial adviser is is it you know and the less you have like five ten million dollars you're just the number they don't care about you say you you got to do something and if you have to write a grant of water grand you don't have enough money you're gonna be part sorry so in order to sign up for one of those classes I understand you call eight seven seven three three eight trade that's eight seven seven three three eight T. R. A. D. E. eight seven seven three three eight eight seven two three or you can go online to sign up for the free class and that is free T. a class

New York collects relief supplies for Puerto Rico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

New York collects relief supplies for Puerto Rico

"Need some help here big donation drive today to help people in Puerto Rico affected by recent earthquakes they deserve a Marcos Crespo says they're collecting all kinds of relief supplies and making sure they get to the people who need them we are committed to raising the funding calling the expenses of shipping all those goods in containers that would be directed towards a clergy organization on the ground in Porto Rico whose network will then distributing affected communities donation drive starts today at southern Boulevard in off the street in the Bronx

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"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

06:20 min | 11 months ago

"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

"Mob call head dance routine or something better. I WANNA come back to the X.. Dollars out of the break but okay does how does it play. Lay Out in your day-today life. Otherwise do you have a daily practice. or it's not really a daily practice it's more of like it's more in sync with the Moon so whenever there's a full moon soon have some other friends who are involved in it and as well and are interested in so we usually try to get together some sometimes. It doesn't work sometimes. We have to do things separately but any time. There's it's like a full moon will like research like what it's supposed to manifest and we'll set our intentions and burn candles and and you know it's a another interesting thing that happened was as you know we know from being TV writers. I was supposed to work on this one show and everyone John was like. Oh it's GonNa it's GonNa ordered like my agents weren't even like setting sending me out for other stuff. They were like no this. Is it like the show. Once you get ordered Blah Oh Blah a candle to you know set that intention and then the show didn't get picked up and so I was like Oh shit like I needed still look for a job and but I in the candle was like you know about halfway done and I was like I'm not gonna blow it out yet. I'm just going to see what happened. This is one of the ones you leave. We've burning all the time I those would seem safe. You got to put it in a bowl of water. Put up all the water in the kitchen sink. So it's like I tried to do it safely as possibly in sometimes when I'm leaving for like a long period of time I will blow it out but like you know or snuff it out and then set the the intent like say state. Okay I'm not ending my intention but I'm just like you know postponing it until later. This one was halfway halfway done and this this was like on Friday and so I let it burn through the weekend and then on Monday. I just got a random email for charmed and it was like Can you meet today. And so I and went and did the meeting went well and then when I came back to the meeting I got the call that I got the job and I went to look at the candle and just in the candle had gone out amaze so it's like this just really odd coincidences. But that's I just feel like I don't know. How long do those things go? I got to jump start these days days. Yeah do they have like a speedier are you. Are you from house of intuition. Some from house of intuition some random Britannicas in Los Angeles some of them. I get his gifts just you know. Yeah Yeah I'll bring you one. I'll bring you. I know they're not connected. I I know it's a whole different production crew. I know it's all different. Do you have any Shannon. Doherty's stories that you can share. I have any And I wo- you trickle down for the charm. Yes like how are we getting to Shannon for tuition. Yeah I worked on the I. We're talking reboot so different. I can tell you that we tried to get her on the show And the network for some reason like was not into it which is very weird did she was very into it. She talked about wanting to like interviews. I guess dumb but yet for some reason the network was not into it. Yeah I do I did hear because there was someone someone who worked on the original production. who was on on this version? WHO said that? I guess I guess. She didn't know that she was being written off the show the when she left the show. Originally I guess they like shot to version. They shot The version of the show and in the finale listenable honest character and her character both imperil. The Holly Marie combs character has to decide which one to save like. It's her own personal sophie's choice or whatever and then I guess like in Shannon Doherty though they'll figure out a way that you know they save us both and we're both back next season and then I guess she just so she shot it thinking like. Oh I'll be back and then it just didn't happen so I'm not sure like down. But apparently she was under the impression she was coming back which I didn't know I I always thought it was like she didn't want to. I always that she wanted out but and then when I was I was watching it this time when then when rose McGowan showed up was she like okay. I have another sister. Yes it was that it was that their mother had an affair with white lighter which white later is like the which which it's sort of like Guardian and teach them the ways of witchcraft in heels them if they ever get injured or whatever so it was supposed to be their mother had this secret affair and the sister was coming out of the woodwork. Mark I can see why they were excited. Why they were on the day of the interview? Were like we need them right. Yes yeah and any was supposed to be a Latin X reboot which it sort of was it turned into. I think more of a multicultural review. But yeah being you know of that cultural if you're not qualified to write this show for multiple reasons who is thank you. Let's take a break right back. Yeah today's episode is brought to you by Love Books Wchs and illustrated book that is perfect for expressing the sentiments. That may be difficult to say out loud or difficult to sing out loud. We'll circle back to that. We might circle back to Matt. Surreal fanfare here's the thing. It's ideal for that special someone that really deserves a meaningful present. And I'm just realizing Dave I one hundred percent meant to get a love. A book for Michael for Christmas forgot. Oh Valentine's Day is right around the corner. It's really Jim. No what I was going to get him and now I do go up. You're not listening Michael. Another website website. I'll just tell you this for reference as you go forward as templates for every big event in someone's life. Anniversaries graduations are just because for one flat price. You can create up to one hundred pages. Each filled with love on this is by the way about the cost of like a flowery delivery. So you'll have this gift. That is far more special. That will last for years. Instead of a few days wilt and rot and Dine Cohen..

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"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

06:20 min | 11 months ago

"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

"Mob call head dance routine or something better. I WANNA come back to the X.. Dollars out of the break but okay does how does it play. Lay Out in your day-today life. Otherwise do you have a daily practice. or it's not really a daily practice it's more of like it's more in sync with the Moon so whenever there's a full moon soon have some other friends who are involved in it and as well and are interested in so we usually try to get together some sometimes. It doesn't work sometimes. We have to do things separately but any time. There's it's like a full moon will like research like what it's supposed to manifest and we'll set our intentions and burn candles and and you know it's a another interesting thing that happened was as you know we know from being TV writers. I was supposed to work on this one show and everyone John was like. Oh it's GonNa it's GonNa ordered like my agents weren't even like setting sending me out for other stuff. They were like no this. Is it like the show. Once you get ordered Blah Oh Blah a candle to you know set that intention and then the show didn't get picked up and so I was like Oh shit like I needed still look for a job and but I in the candle was like you know about halfway done and I was like I'm not gonna blow it out yet. I'm just going to see what happened. This is one of the ones you leave. We've burning all the time I those would seem safe. You got to put it in a bowl of water. Put up all the water in the kitchen sink. So it's like I tried to do it safely as possibly in sometimes when I'm leaving for like a long period of time I will blow it out but like you know or snuff it out and then set the the intent like say state. Okay I'm not ending my intention but I'm just like you know postponing it until later. This one was halfway halfway done and this this was like on Friday and so I let it burn through the weekend and then on Monday. I just got a random email for charmed and it was like Can you meet today. And so I and went and did the meeting went well and then when I came back to the meeting I got the call that I got the job and I went to look at the candle and just in the candle had gone out amaze so it's like this just really odd coincidences. But that's I just feel like I don't know. How long do those things go? I got to jump start these days days. Yeah do they have like a speedier are you. Are you from house of intuition. Some from house of intuition some random Britannicas in Los Angeles some of them. I get his gifts just you know. Yeah Yeah I'll bring you one. I'll bring you. I know they're not connected. I I know it's a whole different production crew. I know it's all different. Do you have any Shannon. Doherty's stories that you can share. I have any And I wo- you trickle down for the charm. Yes like how are we getting to Shannon for tuition. Yeah I worked on the I. We're talking reboot so different. I can tell you that we tried to get her on the show And the network for some reason like was not into it which is very weird did she was very into it. She talked about wanting to like interviews. I guess dumb but yet for some reason the network was not into it. Yeah I do I did hear because there was someone someone who worked on the original production. who was on on this version? WHO said that? I guess I guess. She didn't know that she was being written off the show the when she left the show. Originally I guess they like shot to version. They shot The version of the show and in the finale listenable honest character and her character both imperil. The Holly Marie combs character has to decide which one to save like. It's her own personal sophie's choice or whatever and then I guess like in Shannon Doherty though they'll figure out a way that you know they save us both and we're both back next season and then I guess she just so she shot it thinking like. Oh I'll be back and then it just didn't happen so I'm not sure like down. But apparently she was under the impression she was coming back which I didn't know I I always thought it was like she didn't want to. I always that she wanted out but and then when I was I was watching it this time when then when rose McGowan showed up was she like okay. I have another sister. Yes it was that it was that their mother had an affair with white lighter which white later is like the which which it's sort of like Guardian and teach them the ways of witchcraft in heels them if they ever get injured or whatever so it was supposed to be their mother had this secret affair and the sister was coming out of the woodwork. Mark I can see why they were excited. Why they were on the day of the interview? Were like we need them right. Yes yeah and any was supposed to be a Latin X reboot which it sort of was it turned into. I think more of a multicultural review. But yeah being you know of that cultural if you're not qualified to write this show for multiple reasons who is thank you. Let's take a break right back. Yeah today's episode is brought to you by Love Books Wchs and illustrated book that is perfect for expressing the sentiments. That may be difficult to say out loud or difficult to sing out loud. We'll circle back to that. We might circle back to Matt. Surreal fanfare here's the thing. It's ideal for that special someone that really deserves a meaningful present. And I'm just realizing Dave I one hundred percent meant to get a love. A book for Michael for Christmas forgot. Oh Valentine's Day is right around the corner. It's really Jim. No what I was going to get him and now I do go up. You're not listening Michael. Another website website. I'll just tell you this for reference as you go forward as templates for every big event in someone's life. Anniversaries graduations are just because for one flat price. You can create up to one hundred pages. Each filled with love on this is by the way about the cost of like a flowery delivery. So you'll have this gift. That is far more special. That will last for years. Instead of a few days wilt and rot and Dine Cohen..

Shannon Doherty Michael Shannon Holly Marie combs Los Angeles John rose McGowan Dine Cohen sophie Mark Matt Dave Jim
"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

06:20 min | 11 months ago

"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

"Mob call head dance routine or something better. I WANNA come back to the X.. Dollars out of the break but okay does how does it play. Lay Out in your day-today life. Otherwise do you have a daily practice. or it's not really a daily practice it's more of like it's more in sync with the Moon so whenever there's a full moon soon have some other friends who are involved in it and as well and are interested in so we usually try to get together some sometimes. It doesn't work sometimes. We have to do things separately but any time. There's it's like a full moon will like research like what it's supposed to manifest and we'll set our intentions and burn candles and and you know it's a another interesting thing that happened was as you know we know from being TV writers. I was supposed to work on this one show and everyone John was like. Oh it's GonNa it's GonNa ordered like my agents weren't even like setting sending me out for other stuff. They were like no this. Is it like the show. Once you get ordered Blah Oh Blah a candle to you know set that intention and then the show didn't get picked up and so I was like Oh shit like I needed still look for a job and but I in the candle was like you know about halfway done and I was like I'm not gonna blow it out yet. I'm just going to see what happened. This is one of the ones you leave. We've burning all the time I those would seem safe. You got to put it in a bowl of water. Put up all the water in the kitchen sink. So it's like I tried to do it safely as possibly in sometimes when I'm leaving for like a long period of time I will blow it out but like you know or snuff it out and then set the the intent like say state. Okay I'm not ending my intention but I'm just like you know postponing it until later. This one was halfway halfway done and this this was like on Friday and so I let it burn through the weekend and then on Monday. I just got a random email for charmed and it was like Can you meet today. And so I and went and did the meeting went well and then when I came back to the meeting I got the call that I got the job and I went to look at the candle and just in the candle had gone out amaze so it's like this just really odd coincidences. But that's I just feel like I don't know. How long do those things go? I got to jump start these days days. Yeah do they have like a speedier are you. Are you from house of intuition. Some from house of intuition some random Britannicas in Los Angeles some of them. I get his gifts just you know. Yeah Yeah I'll bring you one. I'll bring you. I know they're not connected. I I know it's a whole different production crew. I know it's all different. Do you have any Shannon. Doherty's stories that you can share. I have any And I wo- you trickle down for the charm. Yes like how are we getting to Shannon for tuition. Yeah I worked on the I. We're talking reboot so different. I can tell you that we tried to get her on the show And the network for some reason like was not into it which is very weird did she was very into it. She talked about wanting to like interviews. I guess dumb but yet for some reason the network was not into it. Yeah I do I did hear because there was someone someone who worked on the original production. who was on on this version? WHO said that? I guess I guess. She didn't know that she was being written off the show the when she left the show. Originally I guess they like shot to version. They shot The version of the show and in the finale listenable honest character and her character both imperil. The Holly Marie combs character has to decide which one to save like. It's her own personal sophie's choice or whatever and then I guess like in Shannon Doherty though they'll figure out a way that you know they save us both and we're both back next season and then I guess she just so she shot it thinking like. Oh I'll be back and then it just didn't happen so I'm not sure like down. But apparently she was under the impression she was coming back which I didn't know I I always thought it was like she didn't want to. I always that she wanted out but and then when I was I was watching it this time when then when rose McGowan showed up was she like okay. I have another sister. Yes it was that it was that their mother had an affair with white lighter which white later is like the which which it's sort of like Guardian and teach them the ways of witchcraft in heels them if they ever get injured or whatever so it was supposed to be their mother had this secret affair and the sister was coming out of the woodwork. Mark I can see why they were excited. Why they were on the day of the interview? Were like we need them right. Yes yeah and any was supposed to be a Latin X reboot which it sort of was it turned into. I think more of a multicultural review. But yeah being you know of that cultural if you're not qualified to write this show for multiple reasons who is thank you. Let's take a break right back. Yeah today's episode is brought to you by Love Books Wchs and illustrated book that is perfect for expressing the sentiments. That may be difficult to say out loud or difficult to sing out loud. We'll circle back to that. We might circle back to Matt. Surreal fanfare here's the thing. It's ideal for that special someone that really deserves a meaningful present. And I'm just realizing Dave I one hundred percent meant to get a love. A book for Michael for Christmas forgot. Oh Valentine's Day is right around the corner. It's really Jim. No what I was going to get him and now I do go up. You're not listening Michael. Another website website. I'll just tell you this for reference as you go forward as templates for every big event in someone's life. Anniversaries graduations are just because for one flat price. You can create up to one hundred pages. Each filled with love on this is by the way about the cost of like a flowery delivery. So you'll have this gift. That is far more special. That will last for years. Instead of a few days wilt and rot and Dine Cohen..

Shannon Doherty Michael Shannon Holly Marie combs Los Angeles John rose McGowan Dine Cohen sophie Mark Matt Dave Jim
"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

12:59 min | 11 months ago

"marcos" Discussed on Homophilia

"I'm so good. You know what we have not discussed know yet that we ended twenty nineteen with such bang we went to a taping a will and grace. That's right we did we have to think Katie Palmer. Yes worked with mask Max. Much Nick WHO's you know? Of course. co-creator the show and she facilitated getting Max here for that great interview and then getting us there and we went just think game mm-hmm we're just a couple of regular folks audience watching a tape alive taping like everybody else who has mostly tourists presumably. which is yes yes? It's super fans from all over the world already. We were thrilled. Yes it was. This was the penultimate episode Trojan. Probably will be airing soon. ooh I guess and then I don't know halfway through Katie comes up to the bleachers pulls us down yeah. We've been chosen plucked plucked like supermarket. Sweep we go down. We walk on the stage. We get to go. In and take a picture on will and grace's iconic couch with Max unreal unreal. This was literally the last day that that set was going to be in place. Yeah because they're the show. Everything's going away. We got to see the The decor up-close way more phallic than you would imagine. Oh absolutely all kinds of little little foul assists foul everywhere everywhere which he helpfully pointed out We got the hang out on the floor as senior being taped. We're like lurking over the writers and there is there watching on the monitors incredible. It was incredible so much fun. And then this this makes me laugh but the kind of the best part it was amazing watching the show. It was great watching them. Hit their marks like nobody flubbed ever they would like do a take then the writers would get together and they would pitch new jokes with jokes and so it was. You know it's a longer process assist than you would imagine so so Katie pulls us down. We'd take a bunch of pictures that we catch up with Maxwell Max gets back to work and Katie Bells aside and says here's the best part art you guys can go now. which like you know? You don't WanNa leave early but at the same time it's like it's going to be a live six hour process process and after a couple. It's like you kind of would like to leave. So she like snuck out the back way because it's not easy to leave as a group in audience than they bus. Yes you were universal studios back entrance. So they tried to do it in a very organized. Yes so we were just refugees from a pleasurable experience. So so we leave. We can't take the shuttle so we walk around the universal backlot And our cars are. Cars are a mile away in the parking structure up on top of the hill. Soon we see in the distance a an escalator. Let's go to the escalator. We hop a little offense to get to the escalator who go to top the escalator. We're in Harry Potter land. We Yeah we with somehow how we went from being backlot two inside the park. We snuck inside a theme. Just innocent we try to find our cars. Now we've broken the law utterly broken the law Got To walk right up to the front of the Harry Potter ride line because it was like a quarter till whenever it closes and took it. Helluva Helluva ride hell of variety. It was a treat. It was great all the way around. It was such a such a fun like like eighties. Rump get really truly was into the amusement park was afraid we were going to get tackled by security. Carry the entire time but we never were. So that's the thing goes. He will and grace leave early sneaking theme park. Sorry advice to you. Speaking of live shows next Friday January twenty fourth if you are in Los Angeles at Dynasty Typewriter Scott Kimbler and I are doing the Friday forty again. Our little comedy gameshow which we used to do every week when there is an I o West. Another isn't and then he did not melt now that doesn't exist anymore. So now we're going to close down the dynasty typewriter We're up eight. Pm January twenty fourth. With Joey greer and Karen Kill Gareth. Wow it's GONNA be amazing will tweet out of a cellphone at all. All Star cast an all star cast and remind people how the show works. You have. It's forty questions about the events of the previous seven days while we all drink forties sort of like half Sketch comedy show half game show and beer. It's GonNa be a ball also while we're pitching stuff. Please Reu pause drag race this. Excuse me. That's right we have. We have a listener named John and his Katiza Layla. And Kitty or maybe just one. Whose name is Layla Pity I'm not really sure. I think maybe just one. He has a great instagram accounts. Oh yes pause. Aws Underscore dragged. I underscore race in each year. Now he does a catalog with with his cat in some iconic. Looks that you will know from from rupaul strikes. Cute like there's Leyla in latrice Royale all star all stars four Promo look also also you will notice that on Saturday January fourth. It's a birthday from Matthew mcconaughey. That's right this catalog. It certainly brightened. My Twenty Naxi at rue pause underscore drag underscore race or RUPA'S DRAG RACE DOT COM. Thank you this is so sweet. Yes thank thank you John. Thank you John Jefford. I share a birthday. I knew I shared a birthday with Michael Stipe and obviously June Diane refill also with Hajjah. Allow one of the greatest as queens of all time. Well let's see if I share birth. We what's your birthday March fourteenth twenty. I know that already. It's manual Lewis and Billy Crystal. But I don't think either that he did not make the Simone biles anthony from queer eye and Kevin Williamson what a great grew out of bad day. Not a bad day our guest today. Yes is a treasure yes TV writer and living baby doll. Yeah Marcos in the house. WHO's last name? I apologize for always between horribly but We'll probably get it right. And he's coming up next yes we're back Marcos. Goes how are you. I'm good how are you good. Although you were just telling me that you are about to go on an adventure solo adventure. Yes which I'm a little concerned about ars explained you sound like my parents. Yeah I'm going on vacation to Puerto Vallarta because I'm a TV writer producer and I worked on two shows back to back with no hiatus so for like a year and a half I had no break-ins so now like my time and I booked this trip in on on my apple weather. Puerta was supposed to be Sonny Sonny Sonny all week and now rainy rainy rainy all week. So I will be in the rain in Puerto Vallarta by myself. Not sure what's going to happen. I think that's fantastic. Thank you I like to travel alone. I do as well I went. I was just telling that I went to Europe a few years ago by myself. In like like I learned a lot about myself to do. It introspective yeah. And you don't have to worry about anybody else's schedule you don't have to worry about slowing down or speeding eating it up. It's all you one hundred percent. I get to decide what I WANNA do every single day and it's great it's great you can also do the best thing in the world to do while traveling which is lying all all day long. Yeah you can say your job is anything you want it to be on a percents. I thought you can do the best thing which is get on them APPs. ooh We'll come back would you. If it were not raining in a perfect world what would you be doing and I would hopefully be like going to the beach. Every day but I did a few things that like. I'm hoping still get to do like I booked going to a Tequila plant. Where like learn how they make Tequila and see it happen in an so? Hopefully drink a bunch. How great right I think drinking a bunch either way seems inevitable? Yeah very much so and beautiful. Aw now you have this downtime what are you what have you been watching. binging catching up on me. Didn't before I've been watching query in Japan which I found to be very entertaining a little odd. Because of the language barrier cultural barriers sometimes felt a little lake. They were kind of like forcing them to do. Things that are not totally okay in Japan but But I've been enjoying that I've been watching watchmen enjoy very much. Like I don't really totally understand everything that's going on but I like it very much. Did you read the book I did. Yes I enjoy. I liked it very much and Regina King thing is a neighbor of mine so I like at the grocery store a lot so I'm very excited to see her at the grocery store. Yes I see her. I don't WanNa like say the groceries but yeah but she's icier at the grocery store. Quite you sail make contact. I did say like because you know the thing like when you see an actor in La you think thank you like. I did say hi once in the middle of it. That's not. That's not my friend but she said hi back which was very lovely and very nice so Sushi is your friend now. Yeah I think so. I think you're right royalty. She is. Yeah I mean yeah and the an Oscar winner and probably other awards that I'm unfamiliar with. Probably yes she's one of the best. We got what is like. What is happening in watchmen? I've not started yet. Yes okay. So it's after the events of the book yes and it's like it's many years after and All the characters are in totally different places. In the main watchmen are no longer like a focus of the of the series like they're in it in different ways but they're not like the main focus which is interesting. Now when you say main watchmen who are they they're doctor Manhattan An and and other people. I don't know if you read the book or movie. There was a movie that came out a few years ago. And those were the main characters that were in the movie and but they're not They're not the main characters. Gotcha I did see the first episode loved. It didn't know what was happening. Love Gina King. Gene was disappointed. I didn't see Jean smart but she's coming she's coming. She comes in a few episodes. Like I think three episodes that. But she's very good and she plays one of the original watchmen who comedian comes in later and has a doctor Manhattan. Yes she does the Area I've there is that uh oh this is a real vibrant I would say vibrator I'm not really quite sure. I think it's I think it's a vibrator yeah it's in the likeness of his of his Genitalia. Yeah Yeah and it's metal and I think I could be wrong but I think the difference between a Dildo vibrator is that vibrator is metal and a dildo is is some sort of like prosthetic plastic but this was one hundred percent metal. Be Wrong I might be speaking out turn. What did you grow up watching loving? I grew up definitely watching like you know I think network. TV like ever like pretty much like every other kid like friends all that must tv must see TV stuff loved the golden girls. Obviously you know really like got very into sex and the city around college and went to Nyu actually when they were filming the last the last part part of the final season so got to see like the shooting in here and there on which was very fun and so yeah but yeah all those shows I think you know and he group of friends figure things out in the city was very much like on brand for million still things. I'm trying to right at this point so you're single guy. You're the Veronica's closet square. I I remember all those I watched all of those Carolina and this city yes. There's another one. I loved partners partners. Yeah Oh and harbor messing in the town where Hayden shirts right. Yeah Yeah and they played like yeah. This divorced couple. who were mad at each other for some reason? It wasn't Oh yes stationers is was more recent show with Michael Yeary and a guy superman maybe baby yes. There was also a movie called partners in the early eighties. Do you remember this. I've never seen it but I remember seeing the video. Oh box when I would go to like movies to go which then became blockbuster but it was. It was like it was about a pair of cops who were partnered to solve the crime. But here's the thing one of.

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Global banks cutting nearly 80000 jobs this year, most since 2015

Morning Edition

01:07 min | 11 months ago

Global banks cutting nearly 80000 jobs this year, most since 2015

"Bloomberg reported that major banks around the world an ounce plans to shed almost eighty thousand jobs in twenty nineteen the highest level in four years Cassidy says is trading technologies growing more sophisticated it is only as many traders and as a result this head count reduction over eighty percent of those bank layoffs happened in Europe or banks have had to deal with declining gross negative interest rates and also lighter regulation Karen Petru it federal financial analytics says European regulators warrant is quick to force banks to rein in risky lending an adjective roads earnings and ultimately forces banks to take much worse losses than they would if they took immediate action thanks have enjoyed a much stronger economy in the U. S. but its banks of digitized and fewer people are visiting physical locations some bank branches are closing says NATO back a complete bank data and that could mean more layoffs which traffic down you just don't need as many staff will say Marcos and thanks relying more and consumer loans topics as banks are opening up more loan offices those don't require as many employees as a full

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Global banks cutting nearly 80000 jobs this year, most since 2015

Morning Edition

01:07 min | 11 months ago

Global banks cutting nearly 80000 jobs this year, most since 2015

"Bloomberg reported that major banks around the world an ounce plans to shed almost eighty thousand jobs in twenty nineteen the highest level in four years Cassidy says is trading technologies growing more sophisticated it is only as many traders and as a result this head count reduction over eighty percent of those bank layoffs happened in Europe or banks have had to deal with declining gross negative interest rates and also lighter regulation Karen Petru it federal financial analytics says European regulators warrant is quick to force banks to rein in risky lending an adjective roads earnings and ultimately forces banks to take much worse losses than they would if they took immediate action thanks have enjoyed a much stronger economy in the U. S. but its banks of digitized and fewer people are visiting physical locations some bank branches are closing says NATO back a complete bank data and that could mean more layoffs which traffic down you just don't need as many staff will say Marcos and thanks relying more and consumer loans topics as banks are opening up more loan offices those don't require as many employees as a full

"marcos" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"marcos" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"So there's Marcus Hope. You enjoyed that. I just listened to it again and it's I can't get over how how warm is and how open years. And when Matt robots that interview a couple of days ago first thing he said to me was I just I listen to that and I just sort of want the best for him and and I know exactly what he means. He's that kind of fellow. You just hope I'm good things for him because he kind of gives off that vibe that he's hoping for the best for everybody else which is a lovely quality really. I mentioned before the interview started there that he told me about the collaboration with arena. Selena that he's about to start in in twenty twenty. I was initially fearful suppose that that might mean Andrew. Battles wasn't going to be part of the team anymore. That's since been confirmed. They're going to work work together. Because Andrew is clearly an excellent job with Lena Sipho and what I said to Marcus. I was kind of curious as to what he felt. He could bring to Switzerland his game and and my suspicion was and remains that it might help to free up you. You hear how open bank data says as a character when he played play with just such a joy and he went for it. And I I tend to feel like Selena Titans and becomes a little bit inhibited. In the really big moments against the best players is and they they end up taking the initiative from her so I think Baghdad his might just be able to let let the shackles go and producer very best when it matters most at least she can give that a try. She's she's had a fantastic career already. She's already won the WTI final. She reached the final again but at the slams for somebody of her ability she will feel that. There's still more to come so we'll say we'll say but very best Alexa. Marcus by that is in the future. No matter what he does I I think he's just Just a great guy. And I'm really chuffed that he was able to appear with us here on the tennis podcast. So that is the final final edition of the show for one thousand nine hundred ninety eighth year in production at six hundred twenty third episode overall. It's something we we continue to love to bring to you and we have. You're enjoying it as well. And we want to do more than ever in two thousand nine hundred ninety and to do so we we need to fulfill a kickstarter crowd funding. We're more than seventy percent funded so far but if you want to pitch in do so we appreciate it enormously slave but regardless. Thank you for listening to this. A wish you a very to marry Christmas and happy New Year and we will be back in a few weeks from now..

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"marcos" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"marcos" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"For me Yes yes I can say he's more complete than anybody else and Yeah he's a special kid. He's really special kid. I spent some time with him last year when he came to holidays in in Cyprus. A bit more to talk about tennis I think he needs also to improve his out of the a court life. In what way more friends more relax you know to to have a life outside court because at one point it can catch you. You know it can it can catch you and and it can be difficult moments you know and I think he needs to sort of overwhelm you almost because tennis is so big for him. Isn't it yes. He doesn't think about anything else. It's tennis tennis and nothing else. Which is an unbelievable thing? But he doesn't think like us. You know yeah I mean I give you an example. If you wince today what would most people do. It's end of the year one very important. You Go have dinner you go you drink a bit you enjoy show. She would maybe in the players lounge go sleep. It's a small example you know. He doesn't doesn't think he doesn't have this need that. Other people have he went. He went on vacation. He told ahead he went on vacation on his own and he just with nobody. He didn't want anybody for ten days. I mean that's a quality to have you know not to have the need of over other people of other people the people but of things it's for me. It's it's a big quality. You understand what I mean because was it's I don't know some people you know I I'm just saying a twenty one year old. He wants to have a girlfriend or do something thing which is normally life. And if you wanted and you don't have it it's not good doesn't maybe wanted is just an example but I'm not saying he doesn't ruin so he doesn't have this disappointment or that he doesn't have it and I think it's an unbelievable quality to have as a as a professional. We always talk on this show as well about how he doesn't seem bothered about fitting him. He's not he doesn't need to be with all the other guys and have their approval. He is happy to be himself. Yes and that's a huge quality to have and I think the big seem so special and it kind of makes his life easier on the court and in tennis world. Final points Marcus through. Bring it back to the sermon yesterday. Where you were standing with all your your colleagues and and your career is is now at an end so many happy memories now? How do you feel about life now? Clearly from the conversation we've had you have three kids. You have a family a wife. You seem really happy which is right. I think you have to say yeah but what what else do you want out of life from now. I ah I mean I would like to do things in the sport. You know Maybe as a tennis coach I would like to help my my federation federation back home. I have some projects in mind and I would like to to stay in the the sport you know staying this sport. Give what the sport gave to me because it gave me something very specially gave me the life I have today and I wanNA give back somehow and and Yeah I mean. That's that's the goal now. How exactly I don't know yet? It's maybe you'll see me on tour next year. I don't know but you know I mean does not only depend on me depends on the project objecting the people that want to work with me and but really I mean I wanna I wanNA keep being in this sport and also I mean I spend spend three months with my wife and kids and I can say it's been a long time and it's been an unbelievable three months of my life. You know taking them to school. You know Okay doing some things and then picking them up doing some lunch. You know being with them taking my kids to to to tennis playing with my daughter tennis before that she didn't WanNa play. She wants to play only with me. And you know it's a very nice feeling and I continue that and being able at the same same time to combine to find the balance between family and maybe traveling again which I think it's very tough thing uh-huh and and have the I mean I have the communication with my wife and we will decide together but I think Yeah it's not clear exactly what I WANNA do but definitely want to give back to the sport and I mean I spent sixteen years. We had an unbelievable ceremony with ATP. Yesterday I WanNa thank them from the bottom of my heart because it's something it was something very special. It was nothing big but for me it was emotional. Seeing the all other players sharing their moments moments together in one of the best Serena's we ever had our sport played. And Yeah I mean how offended teepee for all these years you know from the methodical from the tour managers from the media from the the marketing from everything everything that they are done for me and for all the players helped us become who we are today from the conversations from the discussions Russians from the fight sometimes not fight but you know how you call them disagreement these agreements you learn and they made me become come who I am today. There were part of my life and and I mean I'm looking forward to my next step and the YUP got lovely lovely Suhair Mark. Thank you thank you so happy to see back here in the tennis. World's whatever you do from here thank you for the memories and we we wish you the very best of luck future. Thank you so much.

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"marcos" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"marcos" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Podcast. Twenty twenty and you'll be able to to find us there or we we have the link is well in show notes on your phone right now. If you want to. Just scroll down and have a look on there you can back to As much or as little as you you've deemed fit I should say has been unused. Since last week our accreditations for Katherine matter both being AH confirmed for the Australian Open as have their visas so we are going and we can't wait to bring you daily editions of the Tennis podcast in Twenty Anti Twenty starting with the Australian Open. Of course we've had a facetime chess a meeting a few days ago. The the ideas are flying around between three of us at the moment. And we can't wait to get started little break after this show But Yeah Christmas New Year then. Let's get started anyway. First first of all our final edition of Twenty twenty is a big interview and it is with Marcus back. That is who called time on his career earlier on this year and whenever I think of the Australian Open of two thousand six I think Marcus probably more. So than Roger Federer who actually on the title probably more so than many Moreno even though she won her first ever Grand Slam singles title by beating just CNN who retired in the final. I feel a bit bad about that. But that's just the way it is back that is was the defining picture image of that particular tournaments and when I saw him at the to a few weeks ago which is where we we conducted this interview US covering the finals as a commentator and he was doing so for Greek television of the Stephanus sits a huge part of that tournament and a so marcus walking around. I'd known him over the last fifteen years when he'd been around on the tennis circuit but only very vaguely only known him from afar at interviewed him once or twice for BBC. Radio said a low the past in the corridor but we didn't know each other particularly but what really struck me when I saw him at the two was just how warm he was. It's not just to me but to to pretty much. Everybody came into contact with a lot of players retire and they may join the media they might not necessarily hang out with the media or go so in the media restaurant or in the media room and he did and he seemed to think nothing of that which is kind of how how I feel. It should be. Why shouldn't you you'd be able to be open with people? And as long as they treat you decently as well give them the same back but the way he behaved really made me feel will actually he. He wouldn't mind approach from somebody didn't know that we're asking for an interview. And that's that's exactly what I did and he couldn't have been more accommodating and helpful to make time for it. We met on the final day of the tournament win sit surpass was about to take on dominant team in the final. We met shortly before that we had some some crowd noise to deal with. So we were in the O.. Two so you have a few bits of noise but we tried to make it very we. Could we stopped halfway through in order to to to move in and find a better place to do the interview but I think I think the the results you will probably agree really worth it. He's just such an interesting guy I listen to. I should also say that since we spoke the news has come out the elitist. Selena has hired Marcus as her coach or at least join her catching tame alongside Andrew. BETHEL's now I knew this was coming because just as I pressed stop on the recorder of our interview review. Marcus told me that he was going to be back in tennis very soon. Coaching Arena Selena. But he he asked me not to sell it on because it hasn't been announced yet and yeah well I talked to him about it off air. I'll tell you about all that after you listen to this interview but see I kept my promise and and and it's an interesting development. I'll tell you about it more in a moment but first of all. Here's the conversation with Marcus Baghdadis Marcus because it's so lovely to see you at the arena where we're sitting right now overlooking the cord on which you stood yesterday with all your contemporaries people that you played for many many years with all of you. Who'd had long illustrious.

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"marcos" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"marcos" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"This message comes from NPR sponsor. smartwater smart water is for the curious drinkers. The ones who are always looking for ways to make things a little bit better. That's why smart water created two new ways to hydrate smartwater alkaline with nine plus Ph and smart water antioxidant with added Selenium. And now you can order smart water by saying Alexa Order. Smart Water Smart Water. That's pretty smart when it's too cold to go out to ICI to make it out of the driveway. Where do you go to to find? Just the right movie just the book just the right show to binge pop culture happy hour from. NPR can help you keep warm and keep up at the same time joining ns twice a week on pop culture happy hour. Hey Gang it's Jesse with a quick reminder. We're in the middle of the holiday season. It's a great time to donate to your local. NPR member station fishing day. The reason you're listening to both and we need their journalism now more than ever go to donate dot. NPR Dot Org Slash Bullseye to give an. Thanks Hey hey if you like your podcast to be focused and well researched and your podcast host to be uncharismatic underneath strangers who have no interest in horses and this is not the podcast for you again. What's your deal deal? I'm emily I'm Lisa. Our show is called geniuses and it's hosts are Horny adult idiots. We discover weird wikipedia pages every episode. We discuss discuss institutional misogyny we ask each other. The dumbest questions and our listeners won't stop sending US pictures of their butts. We have asked them to stop but they also aren't stopping. Join US in baby geniuses every other week maximum fun dot org a Bullseye Jesse Thorn. I'm here with the director. Lauren greenfield she. He made the films generation wealth in the Queen of Versailles her new film. The king-maker is a profile of Imelda. Marcos she's the deposed first lady of the Philippines and now serves in the country's House of Representatives. I feel like there are some really particular aesthetic touch points for your wealth in our culture Like the ones I was thinking about what. What do I think of when I think of the aesthetics of Wealth Reality Television is obviously as a really big one I think Fashion editorial and advertising is a pretty big one and you know in in relatively recent years the world of especially instagram but social media. Generally you know they're all places where the values of wealth such as they are communicated to us and I wonder if when you are are shooting. You know the queen of Versailles or when you're shooting in one of Imelda. Marcos is homes homes or or when you're shooting still photography of you know a rich person in Russia you're aware of those kind of aesthetic addict touchstones in in how the images that you're creating relate to them. Definitely I mean I've always in my photography INC The aesthetics statics of the world of image and advertising and kind of the the seduction of the clothes or the bodies or the tropes oops from advertising in the media and incorporated those into my imagery to both dry in and criticize them in in in generation wealth for example in this twenty five year journey there were certain tropes like the Birkin bag which is five to six digit digit purse. which in cost that's dollars five or six digits of dollars? Yeah and this is a sought after item so sought lot after that there are waiting lists for you know this unimaginably expensive purse and there's one person in in that I photographed who has a closet where there's literally box after box of these birkin bags in every color. I mean I think one of the things that ties together the queen of her sigh and Imelda. Marcos is this kind of aspiration to royalty. This kind of French aristocratic style. Where you know? There's there's gilded furniture and current theam columns and portraiture paintings Commissioned paintings of oneself that we see that in the beginning of the Queen of our side. They've had all of these commissioned paintings of themselves and in the beginning of the king-maker. There's this extraordinary portrait of the Marcos family in one of the palaces that that they built depicted as like mermaid and Merman and the and the children are in a shell in Imelda's hands and and I think you know the through line in all of in all of this work for me is really about aspiration that it's not so much about wealth as about the aspiration to and so you know even a Melda is a little bit of a fake it till you make it and that she begins from the poor part of the rich family and you know is gonNA is GonNa get there and is incredibly ambitious. How do you make a still image that draws on the parts of you know the photography of luxury that are seductive to us That also criticizes yes that culture. I mean that's really the cornerstone of my work. I think that one of the things that I've always done in my photography. And the filmmaking. In a way is kind of show the facade and show the falseness of it And revealed kind of deconstructed the tropes constructed the The s thanks to reveal. What's let's behind editor what's underneath or what's in a way how It promises a something and then does not fulfill on that promise you know. I think in in the queen of Versailles. They're making the biggest house in America and get could've have destroyed along the way and in the financial crisis they're unable to build the house but it also reflects how we all kind of chase is that brass ring an n. kind of what happened to US along the way it in the beginning of the king-maker we see how Imelda Marcos is presenting to camera how she's in a way running the show as the storyteller I begin in an interview. That is very much Like my photographs around her. She's surrounded by priceless paintings. Picasso Cosso painting a lot of gold gold framed paintings gold everywhere on her table and the servants come in and they're kind of her hair. Earn makeup person comes in and so we see her. She asked if how she looks for the camera but she asked and Tagalog so so Presumably we don't understand and then I asked her to look at my camera and she says should I look at you and I say yes and then she looks down and that's the picture that's that's there are some kind of showing around the edges. Both how she's trying to control the story and also how how I'm showing you how she's trying to control the story There's a scene where she has. She's displaying. Hundreds of photographs framed photographs photographs from her glory. Days as first lady with all of the world leaders that she met including people. She says are are called monsters by others. But I really nice people like Saddam Hussein and Ann Chairman Mao and she's got all of these photographs kind of beautifully. He displayed for my camera. And she's going around showing them to me and as she pulls one up like dominoes they start to knock each other over and and fall on the ground and the glass starts to break and she doesn't even pay any attention to it. It's as though it didn't happen and somebody starts on. Her staff starts cleaning it up and our camera shows the guy cleaning it up to but Imelda pays no attention to that and so in a way. That's that's a character. Momon about who she is. She's got everything kind of beautifully displayed and and yet when things go wrong. It doesn't stop her at all in in your movie generation wealth you talk a lot about or or you depict the ways and and in some of your other workers well the ways in which the expressions of wealth are are often compulsions and addictions and in making the film. I thank you found yourself looking at your own compulsions and addictions which are which were primarily around your relationship to making more and better work through you know working more Warren harder. And and you sort of question. The the sustainability of that as as a life particularly as a parent and. I wonder if doing this work on the seems has changed. It's your own relationship to the way you work. And and more broadly the way you live your life in a meaningful way. Well well I felt so what I was doing generation wealth it was incredibly overwhelming and I went through hundreds of thousands of pictures and and It was twenty five years of work and I spent more than five years putting together and I made a book.

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Cave Fire in Southern California forces thousands of people to evacuate

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Cave Fire in Southern California forces thousands of people to evacuate

"A wildfire in California's forced thousands of people to evacuate and while incoming rain could help it also creates a threat of mudslides in areas that have been burned boxes Jessica Rosenthal has more the cave fire had burned close to forty three hundred acres by mid day Tuesday Los Padres forest fire chief Jim Harris says well Santa Barbara has seen a lot of fire this particular area has not until now this is one of the last lot of old vegetation and it's something we've all talked about for years and years ago just a nightmare spot of right down the San Marcos pass for the wind funnel the last time it burned was nineteen ninety wind gusts topped fifty miles an hour in spots fueling the flames Santa Barbara county sheriff says more than five thousand people were

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The Thinking Behind the Book 'Home Coming'

VINTAGE Podcast

09:53 min | 1 year ago

The Thinking Behind the Book 'Home Coming'

"So homecoming is such an incredible book? And it's already having an incredible impact. I really enjoyed hearing all the different things and actually I listened to the audio book. I know that a lot of our listeners. Love audiobooks listening forecast. Say The audiobook. Because they're really interesting experience to hear the voices as well Tennyson it will a- and about your the thinking behind the book when when I can concept came into your head and what it was like an his first stages of planning a few years ago I wrote a memoir about growing gluten with my Jamaican parents called bad guy at the wheel. By guys. My father's nickname his Jamaican can. He had baggy is an all of his friends equally. Funny Nicknames that define them and they adhere to whether they liked the name or not so there was one man called old shine. Who was bowled? Like me anxious was very anxious. Tidy boosters very fussy but his footwear clock had one arm longer than the other. My favorite was manacled somewhere. And when somewhere came to this country from Jamaica in one thousand nine hundred system light summer suits tropical suits the matter. The weather weather come halo storm and when I thought about writing this book ask my mom. Whatever became of somewhere and she said well he caught a cold and died within a few months and I was shocked by that straightway which she spoke to sit in very matter of fact way had an edge to it but also it was quite a funny and I remember that when asked let's grapple loosened in the sixties all? The people were really really funny. There were like in my mind. CAST members of guys and dolls the Damon Runyon and they were all of my figures. We had no television until nineteen seventy two but they were television and what. I finished that Book Burger at the wheel about six seven years ago now I was wanted to continue it and away. The beginning of homecoming was a continuation of that story story but equally there were books. I read as a young man about Caribbean people in this country especially a book by Sam Cell Phone. Call the Lonely Londoners which is a book about a man called Moses who is kind of meet and greeter. So Kirby America's Dan to Waterloo station or Paddington and greets this carbon pioneers come off the boat train and equally. They have Wonderful characters wonderful names as a character. Awesome Galahad is rather light my car somewhere and when I finished up I wanted to myself. Well what would what would become of those people from the nineteen fifties and sixties if they were still alive today and what were their stories. What was the story of their great pioneer migration to prison? And although there have been books about that I don't think anyone's really interrogated the individual stories. And what you get with this book which is kind of oral history is a kind of an accumulation of similar stories and by that accumulation. You realize there was a bigger truth because sometimes when you hear stories you think that's just a one off when you hear again again again and you realize the experiences and I wanted to to have that kind of course onus in this kind of chorus line because right the way through But also the kind of gives you some of the shape and the contours of their lives from six to the present day and the people that you you chase to feed the book is e. Say An instruction that you you kind of chose intention eaten interview more women than men. 'cause you know those stories are represented. And and also more Chinese these people than Jamaican tell us parents Jamaican and three quarters of the migrants came from the Caribbean were Jamaican. But I right now. The Jamaicans take up too much room in the culture. The make too much noise have to credit opinion on themselves and they're over represented in our culture in terms of books books films music and sometimes they're kind of eclipsed some of the other islanders so I was very keen to address that so if that into more from Guyana kits and I was interested to find out why people ended up in certain parts of the country. So if you're from Saint Kitts you end up open leads. If you're from Saint Vincent in Hiwickum if it from Trinidad you end up in North Hampton and I think we want to these areas because they they were pay people were or their friends and associates broke. Equally is very keen to complicate the story because many of us will see those photographs photographs of the wind rush generation. The wind rush people coming off that ship. Ninety forty eight and the kind of I chronic now these men in Fidora's and zoot suits behind. You ever see any women in this girls but on that ship is often said from the beginning of that story. That now was that the five hundred Jamaican men. That's not true. There are other islands on that ship and the two hundred women on the ship including a woman called Mona. Baptiste's this wonderful jazz singer so I wanted to tell this story but also I wanted to use them to complicate the stories because the women were actually much more generous with their antidotes. Does that much more prepared to interrogate the interior lives and live longer but also in all honesty but I went to interview them. They're prepared to feed me saying that being you played this game I think three hours and the men wouldn't think to feed me and I'll be the on the floor gasping for water a little bit of bread but women would feed me straight away and actually what was interesting to me. I thought began to re revisit. Some of the stories. We're kind of finishing but some of the stores were not familiar. But I heard this story again and again from these elderly people who are now in the eighty s and ninety s had remind. I was on the antiques roadshow. And that what I was hearing were these jewels or this precious antiques. That not been added it for many many years. They've been stored away in cupboards in people's minds and never had a pap form and as an dustin down and reveal them to the reading public because to me they are wonderful rich funny cide. Moving polemical sometimes Philosophical stories that. Give a real sense of the panoply of of of of carbon life in this country. Because I think sometimes sometimes we have very reduced idea about the carribean presence in all honesty. If you look in terms of the archive in film and Television News Pretty Negative and right from the word go. It was pretty negative. People talk about the hostile environment. That Theresa May introduced in two thousand twelve but in my research it was not a new venture. She was very from the very beginning. And I. It's what I was interviewing a lot of these people who are in their eighties nineties to some of the archive of this month. Lockup in the British library the BBC See San Marcos in the BBC people around Archives let the deejay Don Letts had done lots of news twenty years ago. He's archive you've but also I would to my hometown is Brighton. Went to Sussex University where the Mass Observation Archive is held old and in nineteen thirty nine mass version which is so socialist research tool wanting to discover how people live. That was the whole idea of massive station Tau to working people live. What do they do with their money? How they use this time they still go to church too? They gamble. How do they make love but not at thirty? Nine maps vision decided to do a survey about black people. What did people in this country? Think about so-called Negroes in nineteen thirty nine and it wasn't very flattering it was pretty obnoxious really And I wanted to give a sense of what this carbon people who come into because in their minds I say this is true was everybody I spoke. They were a British. I'd even my mom for the book my Mom's from Jamaica and when she was growing up making the nineteen forties she knew how to fold the union flag flag. She could site keats. Shelley Wordsworth automatic pope's by Roach. She knew them all didn't need any book to repeat this poems and she told me that when she went to the cinema the reality cinema and Kingston in one thousand nine hundred dollars at the beginning of the screening of a film people. Stand up to sing the British national anthem and at the end of the screening people. Stand up to sting the British national anthem and I interviewed amount from Guyana. Who told me that when he came to this country went to the cinema and at the end of the film he stood up and such and he was amazing Nubia standing? He was really perplexed by that. So the sense of why they felt Brigitta. So what idea of Britain coming to see if they'd had it had access to these archives from from muscles version. They might have been a bit perturbed but what was interesting also. Is that the British. Sometimes they produce these booklets which they sent out to the Caribbean to give people an idea about what to expect. So there's one booklet produced by the BBC called going to Britain question. Mark as a small pamphlet is western some idea about Codes behavior so if I was to say to nineteen forties forties as an English person and you How do you do? What did you think MSA

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"marcos" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"marcos" Discussed on The Frame

"Imelda marcos is a natural subject for lauren greenfield documentary the photographer and dan queen of versailles filmmaker has spent her career examining wealth and extreme materialism but in the king-maker greenfield goes further than imelda marcos says famous shoe collection and the billions of dollars that she and her late husband allegedly looted from the philippines as the wife of ferdinand marcos imelda was first first lady of the philippines from nineteen sixty five to nineteen eighty six at that point he was ousted and they fled to hawaii ferdinand marcos died in nineteen eighty-nine and in a melda was allowed to return two years later when i met with lauren greenfield telluride film festival she related an anecdote about the extravagance of the the marcoses the marcoses depopulated a small island in the south china sea in one thousand nine hundred ninety six to make room for one hundred and four the animals african animals which they brought over on a ship from africa a kind of noah's ark and they've been there ever since we were on safari in kenya and imelda was fascinated with the wild animals i've got salt n. views have those so she ordered them you're like you buy address in paris you bring an avenue africa i said i will complete paradise for the philippines because we will also have an in most from africa but they also as you say depopulated the island they kicked the people who've been living on this island off to make way for this vanity vanity project and i think it's easy to say that in a way epitomizes what the marcoses did and how they saw their country and their money and that was really my kind one of access point into the story and into why i wanted to do this film is there was something about the animal island that was the expression of extravagance you know people people know about this shoes but this was extravagance that involved living things and had implications for people and animals that went generations it was an island inhabited by a group of people did not have communities communities there except a few that i could tell them what to do then you're film i'm kind of moves from the island onto the mainland and the idea of what these animals represent becomes part of the story but not the story so how does that transition transition happened because as part of that transition you'll also start spending time with all the marcos imelda marcos was back in the philippines as a congresswoman which i was kind of amazed is that it was almost as though if we could imagine nixon coming back and running for office she had left accused of stealing five to ten billion dollars left left in shame the united states had a court case against them people threw them out of the palace ransacked the palace and the idea that i mean people say in the film filipinos are very forgiving people so they allowed them to come back to their homeland when she was older and ferdinand marcos arcus had passed away but i think nobody realized that they could kind of use the money that hadn't been repatriated to come back to power and so that's it's what i started covering and one of the ways imelda was kind of getting back into power was through the chemistry of her son bongbong for high office is he was running for vice president former marco island one of the things i thought when i began is that for bongbong long melda who are in politics again i thought they might separate themselves from ferdinand marcos and from martial law to kind kind of find their own success and i was really surprised when i went to wrongs office for the first time and all over the wall plaques of his parents and photographs photographs of the parents and that they really idealize that time and that story is what they've also sold to the a lot out of the filipino people what was your pitch to how did you get her on camera she is not telling her story as a way to get to power i think she really believes i said i think she feels like she wants to be the mother of the philippines and use this kind of in a way there's a philanthropic and kind kind of moral purpose to even her extravagance she says extravagances mothering i was always decide for being excessive but and that is mothering got the spirit of mothering you cannot quantify love so extravagances not vanity for her it's something that she gives to the filipino people we're talking with lauren greenfield about her new documentary the king-maker you have made some movies and shot a lot of photographs that are about aspirational wealth and displays of wealth and about what people get from having material possessions and the kinds of things that they're attracted you too and how that validates them as a person this seems to be a different part of that idea where wealth is used toward political ends ends to accomplish political goals to suppress dissent were you conscious of the fact that in the making of this film that you were staying true to things you visit visited in the past but it was a different chapter in that story i feel like i always start stories out of interest of things that have come before but really with an open mind to what i see and learn and i think i was attracted to imelda because of the shoes because of the animal island but the story i found which was much more compelling was really money as a means to power and the corruption piece is very important in the philippines philippines because there's a direct connection between money and elections there you see imelda giving out money it's a place where people pay hey for votes you have people who are hungry fully participating in a democratic process but as aquino said you can't can't really engage in democracy when you're thinking about your next meal and so it's a place ripe for corruption and people who are in a way almost like royalty like melda are looked up to both because of the money they give and what they represent but also because of the glamour and beauty and almost us feeling of royalty that they have and the kind of cult of personality that people then look up to i think irony is too polite a word but but the incredible poverty that a lot of people in the philippines live in is in part a consequence of all the money that was stolen by the marcoses it was acquitted in US courts i think we can agree that they looted the country and yet those same people now have this aspirational aspirational adoration of the wealth that imelda marcos possesses even though it was money that was stolen from them and that's what in a way keeps her empower popular i mean one of the things i was looking at was the kind of fake news and manipulation of information mation and how that also affects elections so the money has another kind of avenue which is influencing social media and and kind of spreading marcus narrative about history and that's been very effective with an uneducated population and also because even even in the education system martial law hasn't really been taught in the history books or it's been taught as a good thing not as a dictatorship where to send it was punish dissenters killed exactly and so that had a lot of resonance for me in terms of thinking about how information was manipulated in our elections and kind of seeing it in a very clear way there the situation in the philippines obscured by rigid news censorship imposed when president marcos put the country under martial law last friday fourteen manila's fifteen newspapers have been closed marco's has said he is trying to save his country from comedy there's a lot of archival footage in your documentary to a lot of interviews and there are also moments that are really revealing i wanna talk about two one is a mel demarco's does is asking one of her assistants like her belly looks how she looks on camera and there's another where she is showing off her picture collection with a lot of world leaders including people people like qaddafi that she idolizes and a couple of them fall on the ground and there's some shattered glass and somebody comes in to sweep does up and you preserve both those moments why are those moments moments important to the film well the moment where she's giving me a tour of in her garden she set up photographs autographs of her with all the world leaders she was on the world stage in a time when women were not she's very proud of the fact that she went all over the world almost like a diplomat her her husband kind of center there and many of the people that she talks about fondly are dictators who were her friends she says people i thought these people were monsters but they were so kind and generous like qaddafi like saddam hussein like chairman mao and i it was away window window into imelda's character to because she's really nice and generous and charismatic when you get to know her kind of like anybody's nice when you get to know them in a way and yet at these terrible consequences and i think with the with what happens is she's showing me the pictures and some of the frame start falling and breaks and shatters others and she doesn't miss a beat she just keeps on going with the tour and one of the servants starts picking it up and you know she is indomitable she is unstoppable she says bad things have happened to me i don't let it affect me she just carries on i think that's what's so maybe why she's been in underestimated and somebody else will clean up her mess exactly and that's the story of the animal island greenfield's new documentary is called the king-maker lawn great great to see you thank you so much thanks for having me the king-maker is in theaters on november eighth up next on the frame the new fiction podcast moon face is like an indian movie for your ears.

Mississippi sheriff sets policies amid racial profiling suit

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Mississippi sheriff sets policies amid racial profiling suit

"Fifty a Mississippi county is so little racial racial profiling lawsuit and a sheriff's department is setting policies the limit officers use of race or national origin as a reason to stop and question people a family with Latino and native American backgrounds file of the federal lawsuit in November against Hancock county Mississippi the suit says the Marcos and Stephanie Martinez of Taylor's South Carolina their children and three others say they underwent extensive interrogation threats of multiple unlawful searches because of their perceived race ethnicity and national

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"marcos" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"marcos" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"Uh Eh uh number six by Philip last performed performed by today's guest host pianos Simona.

"marcos" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"marcos" Discussed on Bad Science

"In this episode is about kong skull island and you know the movie was okay for me but i really did like the name kong skull islands like it sounds really the cool and so i came up with a list of names that are really similar but they could be competition shows so for example gong skill island so in this game show show people go to an island of course and they ring a bunch of gongs and we see who the most skilled gong player isn't that person wins okay. Here's another one bombed skunk island island. We put the sticky icky hist nar budge into a bong people smoke it. Whoever can hander shit more wins the prize and it's all on an the island of course then we have tongs steak island. This is just a about moving stakes from one to another using tongs on an island and napper's. I wins and then there's long short island. People have to recognize whether something is in their opinion long or short. That one's a little more boring pong slam island. That's that's <hes>. Just people are playing ping pong. Whoever gets more slams or spikes <hes> will win that game regardless of the points of the game and then of course there's dong skeet skeet island which i don't think needs to be explained. I think you get exactly what that means so. If you like any of those let me know or if you have any other titles. <hes> let me know email. Tell me and enjoy the episode did the movie right science or will <music> hi. Everybody welcome to bad science. I'm even edinburgh and today we're talking about. Cong- long skull island from twenty fourteen one is seventeen. Thanks i did not look it up. <hes> that's actually when it went into production with fourteen. Oh okay right so that's correct. <hes> with us is a very good friend of mine that i've wanted on the podcast for awhile it's actor comedian and writer marcos gonzalez is thank you for having me a modest wanted to give us an intro in that in that classic spanish accent that you oh hello my name is monica gonzales and i am here to talk about gung rhode island even though apparently wait. I'm outta goes and joining us. Once again is anthropologist and primatology so from our recent episode on godzilla. It's natalia regan. Allow how are you. I'm doing great to be here good to see you again. Yeah back back to what i do. Primates audio we are mining the gold here and the gold is made up of a big gorilla. Yes it is i mean it's yeah yeah i mean kong is originally a large gorilla but what's interesting about this incarnation of king. Kong is <hes> congas bipedal for most of it. Oh you know he's not an uncle walker and so there's a lot of science. That says that can't happen <hes> i. Oh sorry the excuse me. I got behind primates. A lotta non-human primates are quadrupedal they walk on forelegs orlands instead of two so humans walking on two legs accepted like daytona beach on spring break on four legs puke <hes> they're usually on to likes. That's that's how do we were bipedal and the great apes chimpanzees bonobos gorillas and orangutans. We'll get by people they can but not habitually they generally are walking on all fours or in the trees they can break gate which means that sorta swinging motion that you see <hes> and so that i noticed this song yeah this commonly com in like you know it's interesting because like humans can break it. We can swing but if you notice your arms get tired really fast. It's because we're built differently than these non human primate great apes they are built to be top heavy so they can swing that they don't.

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 Deaths as bomber detonates in Mogadishu mayor's office

Michael Medved

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Deaths as bomber detonates in Mogadishu mayor's office

"Him a suicide bomber walked into the office of Mogadishu's mayor and detonated explosives strapped to his waist killing six people and badly wounding the mayor minutes after a visit from a new United Nations envoy the attack claimed by the al Shabab extremist group occurred after the envoy to Somalia James swan paid the mayor a courtesy call on left the compound the mayor of deer rock mon Marcos mine and his deputy were rushed to a hospital with critical wounds but six other officials were killed news and analysis at townhall dot com I'm Keith

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 Puerto Ricans try to forge movement to oust governor

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Puerto Ricans try to forge movement to oust governor

"San Juan protesters started gathering outside Porter Rico's governor's mansion again demanding governor Ricardo Russillo resign protesters were gathering outside the governor's mansion in San Juan again this evening whether the push to force governor Rozay to resign is successful is entirely up to him it would be unprecedented in Porto Rican politics for a government to resign Marcos Rivera served as a deputy adviser for federal affairs in a prior Porter Rico governor's administration he said in the wake of hurricane Maria Porter Ricans thought their elected officials had changed everyone was now we're United role United instead the chats showed that it was business as usual Rivera said people are fed up

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Richard Lugar, longtime senator and foreign policy sage, dies at 87

WCBS Programming

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Richard Lugar, longtime senator and foreign policy sage, dies at 87

"Nation. Six term, Indiana democratic Senator Richard Lugar has died. He was one of the dominant voices on US foreign policy working to secure and destroy weapons of mass destruction. Leading efforts to end apartheid in South Africa, and helping oust Philippine strongman Ferdinand Marcos vice president Pence called a friend and mentor. Richard

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"marcos" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"marcos" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Again we're we're we're playing the line of are they gonna how much cash are they going to inherit what the difference is is that more important than being able to have them secure a home of their own stabilize their home environment their kids environment so again there's so much involved in buying a home and owning their home and it's not always about are you going to get your best return it's about comfortable and creating a lifestyle that you and your family can be comfortable with for a long period of time i did this i didn't do the reverse mortgage but i did this for at least two of my kids both of which have their own kids because i didn't want for example know the area not everybody will but my younger son was looking in san marcos to buy a house because more affordable than in the four s ranch area that you know we kind of live in power rancho bernardo et cetera now i've driven that seventy eight it is brutal it is it is brewed up the kids wanna come over in the morning during a weekday where we want go see them at school like one of them is having a graduation i think it's today and genie's go onto it if she had to drive the seventy eight in a more to go see the kids she'd have to leave an hour and a half earlier the traffic is brutal so we helped that particular child by as you know because you did the mortgage a home that was probably a little more expensive than they could've afforded what a blessing it's been my grandkids can ride their bikes to my house so it's been awesome so when we talk about lone financial planning the business you're you're in there is an emotional side to it.

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"marcos" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"marcos" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Marcos 25 apply to dress yes pay i don't twenty two dressing soon gas just pay by the parties pat 25 dressing soon gas pay so do away from in fact simple it's an absolute please imp jason is from pace so two three two two no my way we see the way to do man along the way this they say nonda nah notes two increase style two two do amman upon them the way they do dan two two yes in certain acts in fact is on the monroe hands oh my god chris tree two two is framed two two and.

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"marcos" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"marcos" Discussed on WDRC

"Investment bay for her the list marcos used eloise slow partly sunny one exposing the lorries admits that the lake restorers the mainstream press the litter pushing to keep up their financial freedom abdel the truth bringing america the truth about what really upwards of the financial world ladies and gentlemen we're out of here to indulge fantasy but in an economic brielle this is the watchdog walls yeah all the time all the time email paul drives my drives my wife crazy x by my phone pretty much rings off the haug and again uh i run a business so i'm not the office calls or forward to my paul air from her out is if i don't know who it is i i don't answer our answer i i would rise my wife crazies once you answer your unlike someone knocks on my front door and i'm mike hall was there and they won't tell me i am i going to open the door no eight your pennywise could be outside for crying out loud to do that well yeah i check my messages and its various every all the time on a hedge fund guys uh other money marriage wanting to get my.

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