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Fresh update on "marcy" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday
"At Christmas but with new variants marking the reality of our new normal we're asking about the political consequences of managing a public health crisis trying to stabilize an economy and hoping to build a big policy agenda for the future That's next time on the takeaway Today at noon on 93.9 FM WNYC This is weak in addition from NPR news I'm Aisha rosco With the new week comes new deadlines in the investigation into the January 6th attack on Congress and the vice president Trump associate Roger Stone and right wing conspiracy theorists Alex Jones are due to submit documents to the House select committee tomorrow Former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn is scheduled to sit down for a deposition Whether they'll comply isn't yet clear Marcy Wheeler is a journalist and national security expert who's closely followed both the work of the January 6th committee and the court cases brought so far She joins us now Welcome Thanks for having me We're getting most of the information about January 6 right now through these two different channels The ongoing work of the committee in the House of Representatives and the cases brought by prosecutors in the courts what has stood out to you so far about those different avenues Well it's helpful to understand that they are collecting different kinds of information The January 6th committee in the House is trying to explain an event And so they're trying to understand the degree to which Trump's quote unquote big lie contributed to or was instrumental in bringing the mob to the capital whereas the investigation at DoJ and FBI they're building up from that crime scene from the people who actually breached Congress And so well in particular both stone and Alex Jones are clearly of interest to that investigation The FBI is getting to them via these 2000 people who breached the capitol Alex Jones lord a bunch of people to the east front of the capitol on January 6th And they breached it So he had a pretty critical role but DoJ is slowly building that up from the people who actually did breach the capitol What Congress is looking at is what then president Trump knew and did and when that's one of their main questions is that pictures starting to take shape Well we certainly know a lot more about his efforts to undermine the election Even that committee they are certainly leaking certain details of their investigation to the press But there are still key details of what they've discovered that they're keeping it pretty good rap on Which I think is important for the integrity of the investigation I mean if Roger Stone happens to show up and remarkably decides to tell the truth to Congress this time they'll know some things about Roger Stone that he may not know Same with Alex Jones saying they've interviewed at least 250 people And it's not even clear to people going into be interviewed how many people have been interviewed And so the people who actually stormed the capitol and attempted to stop the certification of the presidential election what have they been saying about why they did what they did Well there are a couple of different foci of that investigation right So the key one which is important to not only to understand but to tie back to Donald Trump I said earlier that Alex Jones lured a bunch of people to the east steps of the capitol They breached the east doors of the capitol about 25 minutes after the west doors were breached That was really critical to overrunning the capitol It was a second front effectively And somehow Joe Biggs other Proud Boys the oath keepers Alex Jones Ali Alexander they all knew to show up on the east steps at the same time And Alex Jones brought a bunch of unwitting people quote unquote maga tourists who he lied to He told them if you come to the east side of the capitol Trump is going to show up and speak to us There's an oath keeper Kelly meggs and the day of the election he told his family He's like I'm going to go on a killing spree I'm starting with Nancy Pelosi He has said that as a joke But after he breached the capitol he walked down the hallway to Nancy Pelosi's office Prosecutors learned that from another one of the oath keepers who is cooperating with prosecutors now But they need evidence to corroborate what happened So that's the kind of thing that investigators are doing And that's there's a lot of impatience I think with the number of trespassers who are being arrested and being sentenced to say probation or maybe a couple weeks in home arrest And the reason prosecutors are doing that is to get testimony about people who maybe know these Proud Boys And that's why the investigation on the FBI side is so huge and full of so many people who seem to have done nothing but just wander into the capitol You talked about how people were misled And you have said on Twitter that the people who stormed the capitol on January 6th were led there at least in part by misinformation And that's something that's been talked about a lot since 2016 You know I mentioned Roger Stone and Michael Flynn in the intro and they were key figures in the story of Russia's effort to interfere in the 2016 election like how much overlap is there between those two issues Russia trying to affect U.S. voting in 2016 and Trump supporters trying to overturn the 2020 results It would be very clear that I am not saying Russia had any role in 2020 This was as far as we know an entirely American affair However stop the steal which is the organization that led to the ride in the capitol stop the steel started by Roger Stone in 2016 when he was mimicking the efforts of Russia to undermine the election then He had a plan in 2016 expecting that Hillary Clinton would win two question the results That plan was the same plan in 2016 as what we saw in 2020 I mean marger stone some of the same militia members I've just described were providing security for Roger Stone at Florida events This network is very small These people who were a key part of the Russian investigation arising out of 2016 all are the people who were there for Trump in 2020 and really implemented a plan that they that Roger Stone was ready to implement in 2016 if Hillary won to undermine the legitimacy of the election Marcy willer is a journalist and foreign relations expert who writes that empty wheel dot net thank you Thanks so much.
Fresh update on "marcy" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday
"Sour we speak with journalist Marcy Wheeler about developments in the investigation into the January 6th attack on the capitol and the different types of information coming out Plus Washington Post national security reporter Shane Harris on the increasing tension between Russia and Ukraine And we'll look at the Biden administration's approach to environmental justice all of that plus xenobots self replicating robots are here It's Sunday December 5th first news headlines Live from NPR news I'm Gil Snyder President Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin are to hold talks by video conference this week and Pierre Charles maines reports that the virtual meeting comes amid a showdown over a buildup of Russian military forces near the border with Ukraine Crimson spokesman Dimitri paskov said the call would take place Tuesday but that the two leaders had yet to agree on the duration of the exchange President Biden said he anticipates a long discussion with Putin which will lay out the cost to Russia should its estimated 100,000 forces currently near the Ukrainian border launch an invasion as some analysts fear The Kremlin is repeatedly insisted it has no plans to attack instead accusing Kyiv of building up its forces in a bid to reclaim territory Ukraine's east held by pro Russian separatists Meanwhile Putin is also warned the U.S. and its NATO allies against crossing the Kremlin red line by bringing Ukraine into the alliance a demand Biden is rejected Charles Maine's empire's Moscow New York now the state reported several new cases of the omicron coronavirus variant this week and a day after New Jersey reported its first confirmed case On Levinson from member W and YC reports New York governor Kathy hochul said Saturday that the latest case has brought the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 8 with 7 of those cases detected in New York City Hok says that the cases appear to be unrelated New Jersey reported its first case of the variant on Saturday governor Phil Murphy's office says the variant was detected in a Georgia resident who had traveled to the garden state at recently traveled to South Africa The woman is fully vaccinated and tested positive on November 28th She experienced moderate symptoms and is now recovering after receiving care in a north Jersey emergency room For NPR news on my 11th in New York a number of states with confirmed cases of the omicron variant is growing Massachusetts Connecticut and Washington state announced their first cases this weekend concerns about prompted officials in the UK to re introduce travel restrictions for people entering the country Vicky Barker reports from London Starting Tuesday everyone 12 and over heading for the UK will have to show a negative COVID test regardless of their vaccination status That makes sense to doctor Natalie Kelly who runs a testing lab If you can do pre travel PCRs you're catching people before they get on the plane But Tim alders laid who leads a group representing UK carriers says adding a new layer of complexity for would be travelers will likely hurt an already struggling industry It's probably Christmas over and it will be a very very difficult winter period now for the whole sector But with new cases of the omicron variant accelerating in the UK British officials say they had no choice but to tighten travel restrictions For NPR news I'm Vicky Barker in London This is NPR news This is WNYC in New York I'm David first CNN fired anchor Chris Cuomo after details emerged about how he assisted his brother former New York governor Andrew Cuomo as the politician faced sexual harassment allegations earlier this year The network suspended Chris Cuomo earlier in the week to investigate his involvement with his brother's defense and CNN hired a law firm for the review The firm recommended Chris Cuomo's termination and CNN chief Jeff Zucker informed the anchor of the decision yesterday Cuomo issued a statement on Twitter calling the decision disappointing even with the firing CNN says it will continue to investigate Cuomo's conduct as appropriate The New Jersey state House requirement for visitors to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test is still in effect after Republican lawmakers defied it ahead of a voting session on Thursday That's according to signs that were posted around to entryways to the state House complex on Friday as well as outside committee rooms It remains unclear though how the order will be enforced State troopers on Thursday permitted GOP lawmakers to enter the assembly chamber without showing the documentation Republicans have sued to stop the requirements a judge has allowed the case to go forward but stop short of ordering a temporary injunction that would suspend the mandate Connecticut reported its first confirmed cases of the omicron variant of the coronavirus It may be linked to an anime convention in New York City last month Governor Ned Lamont announced last night that the case involved a man in his 60s from the Hartford area who started showing mild symptoms on November 27th the family member of the man was in New York City between November 17th and the 22nd.
"marcy" Discussed on The Kicker
"And that one should have alerted everyone who read it that something was wrong with the dossier because it made claims that were easily debunked by the public record. So in 2017, I was getting really attacked when I said, you know, there are problems with the dossier. And I think people just kind of dug in to defend that because otherwise there was this sense that the rest of the Russian investigation wasn't defensible, which of course it was. I would go ahead. Just jump in there. I would also credit Marcy for doing sort of a form of arithmetic on the dossier that much of the dossier discussion is about how it either hasn't disproven or has been inaccurate. So on and so forth. But Marcy also, I think was pretty aggressive and clear eyed about what had happened actually, but wasn't in the dossier. It's a whole different level of analysis that really I think may even provide a stronger debunking of the dossier. It's not just what's in there that's wrong or unproven or based on some already published report. It's what actually happened in the real world that Christopher Steele didn't pick up on. If I'm not mistaken, mercy. Right. I mean, for example, how is it that the January 6th meeting, the June 6th meeting, sorry, that happened with a client of fusion GPS. How is it that that there was no hint of that? In fact, the translator for those two projects overlapped between the two. At bomb gouter. So how did fusion not learn the Ed baumgart? Their translator was going into Trump Tower and pitching a dirt for sanctions relief. How is it that Christopher Steele's sitting in London didn't get word of this whole miss suit operation or we get word of what papadopoulos was doing papadopoulos is another big omission. But anyway, Kyle, you're asking. I'm just sitting back and listening to this, which is astonishing. I mean, so I think Marcy Eric Marcy just said that if you listen to Matt out, she's still.
"marcy" Discussed on The Kicker
"So the drum beats are getting louder and louder that may force news organizations that took the steel dossier, which was this collection of allegations about Trump and Russia took it seriously. Last week, The Washington Post announced that it was cutting some stories and editors knows on stories about some of their coverage of the basically admitting that they're reporting was flawed that the source that they were light on was unreliable. There are hints of more of these sort of reckonings to come. And it sort of the whole thing raises questions about the media's coverage of Trump of Trump and Russia and the dossier as this kind of symbol of all that was wrong there. It's super complicated. There are a lot of parties. There are a lot of legal actions. There's indictments with investigations, which is why I'm so happy to be joined today by Eric limbo media critic for The Washington Post. And Marcy Wheeler, a writer who writes for a blog empty wheel net, who have both followed this in incredible detail and are going to help us sort through it all. Welcome Eric mercy. I want to start with a question that I tried to sort of frame in a piece that suggested this week, which was, why is it, is it your sense, it's my sense of it's taken a long time for there to be a sort of a broader media sense that this document is fatally flawed and really start holding news organizations to account. Is that your sense as well and why do you think it's taken as long as it has marcie let's start with you. I think for one, because the issue got so polarized, so. For Republicans, the entirety of the Russian investigation is the dossier. For normal people, we have undercover. And as a deliberate way to undercut there's abundant reason to believe that was the entire point of any disinformation in it. Paul Manafort came back from a meeting with Oli da paska deputy and told rent's priebus, we're going to undercut the Russian investigation by talking about the dossier full time. And that is exactly what has happened for four years leading up to the derm investigation, which led up to this indictment. So that's what the Republican Party has been doing relentlessly ever since..
"marcy" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Today by You know her as empty wheel on twitter and her blog marcy wheeler. Hello marcy how are you today and hurry you. I'm doing well. Thank you very much. And i appreciate you working with me to get this scheduled because i know we have quite a time difference so i appreciate. I'm talking to you yesterday. Yeah yesterday where you are. It is still yesterday where i am. Although the recall still very good recall looks very good. So you're on retail. And i'm like the day after and i can tell you that he's gonna win it because i'm i'm calling you from the future yesterday or last week on the beans because we'll we're recording this just so you know on recall day at the very end of the day is tuesday september fourteenth but yeah yesterday i had said on the beans. I think it's going to be sixty four percent. I think it's going to be a sixty four percent. Now we'll see how close i get but The reason the real reason. I brought you here today Not to talk about the recall. It was to talk about this latest batch of three. Oh two's that we got from the buzzfeed foia lawsuit as you know as listeners know we will be getting those for the next eight hundred million years a every month. There's so many documents to be released and this department of justice is going to produce them any faster. But i've noticed that the state department and the treasury are starting to get on the reactions now Not that that's weird or anything but there were considerations that they had to Make when reviewing at least in this latest download but something that you pointed out really. Interestingly in the gates because you've been really following the gates interviews for for quite a while and very closely Since we started getting these wh what can you tell us about. There's there's been some changes in the kinds of reactions in these documents. And that seems significant to me. I was hoping you could explain what you what you found. Well so what is happening. Is that in general. Doj is reprocessing. Stuff that jason leopold. Who's the foia. God who is Liberating all these things. That might be releasable. That wasn't before because people have been pardoned. And so they've gone through and redone Paul manafort's for example because he's been pardoned they have gone through all the stone related stuff because he's been pardoned and What we have gotten particularly the so this month We got All not all of the gates some petteri come out but we got the gates right so gates got maybe fifty gates interviews and There's a lot of these seven left on those be. Seven eight is what happens with foyer. is you The govern- agency releasing them can exempt certain things from release because of Privacy is a big one or a grand jury or classification is another one There's a reduction called her an exemption called e seven a which is for an ongoing investigation. And that just generally means somebody doesn't want to share what they know yet because they've got still investigative equities in a lot of what came out from gates. It's it's gotta be counter-intelligence related it's gotta be. Doj's ongoing effort to figure out how. Russia uses ukraine as a basically stumping around to then influence the rest of the world including in two different six consecutive presidential election. United states but in one of those reductions there there's also cambridge analytica stuff. That's coming in seventy and then it's it's a broader look at cambridge Than just what role did alexander knicks have on the trump campaign although some of that stuff is still redacted for ongoing investigations but anyway there's a reduction in the in the gates one it was previously redacted forum seeing if i can pull it up. Yeah it was previously redacted just for privacy reasons so be sixty seven c. and it was a b seven an ongoing investigation was added to it the texts that we can read from it says gates manafort car. Scowl and redacted met to discuss the modeling cambridge analytica. Did for the ted cruz campaign kellyanne conway and kushner push for ca as services. So it's basically about how the trump campaign came to us cambridge analytica how Later on in the campaign And so they've added a seventy reduction to that which says that when they last released this back in march twenty twenty They said they were done with the investigation into those aspects and now in september twenty twenty one they have said you know maybe not and that kind of goes along with this sports again. Pure speculation Well i mean. I guess is not speculation that that some cases stalled and then got br new life breathed into them when the new administration came in. We don't know it's because they were actively being suppressed or if it's because people may be you know prosecutors sitting on them or just taking a long time investigating but for something to actually go from a privacy related reduction to Ongoing invest in an investigation related reaction. Is i think indicative of of that of a of an investigation either being brought back to life or maybe a totally new one that this is involved in or like you said per perhaps rea- an opening of a counterintelligence investigation into some aspect of this. Yeah just as proof as example of an investigation that we know that Came back to life for was renewed. Or what have you was Tom brock. There's an entire paul manafort three oh to bat. Must be barack related because aina bama was on there And there are few parts of the gates interviews where either the emirates comes up or bra comes up and goes be seventy so so. That's an example where something just lingered until biden came in garland decided that he actually would go charge trump's bankroller so But but in this case. I mean i think that again the investigation into the cambridge genetic was always brought her and i think that there certainly is a counterintelligence side to it. I mean i think that One of the tip to my mind one of the more interesting aspects of this late range of of three two releases they released all of sam patents and sam hadn't wasn't pardoned so it's not like that's an excuse for why release sam patent but sam patten gives you I mean they used sam patent to understand constant Better right Clinic wasn't telling patton everything he was doing with manafort and he wasn't telling manafort or gates everything he was doing with patent..
"marcy" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Communism is just red herring like all members of the oldest profession. I'm a capitalist. Hello and welcome to muller she wrote. I am the host formerly known as ag. I no longer work for the government. So you can call me. Alison gill if you want to. You can follow me on twitter under that name. As well as miller she wrote and daily beans pod big show today is i break down. The failed pathetic and frankly unauthorized. Investigation of the oranges of the trump. Russia probe conducted by john. Durham appointed by bill bar. I'll also be going over the suspension of rosemary. Rabe lick one of trump's to lenders at deutsche bank subsidiary that i think was funded by russian banks as discussed in enriches book dark towers and we have marcy wheeler joining us this week to discuss some of the new rick gates three twos and how some of the reductions have changed from being redacted for privacy concerns to being redacted for open and ongoing matters. So that's interesting. I haven't seen a change like that. Of course i'm doing this for very long. And of course an update on devon and his multiple frivolous lawsuits that. No one can seem to figure out who's financially backing them. Which is a house ethics violation but anyway lots of good stuff today. So let's Let's kick it off with just the facts all right first up a story. That isn't getting nearly enough attention from alex paducah at financial advisor. Iq the financial industry regulatory authority or finra has suspended former president. Trump's personal banker at deutsche bank on august ninth rosemary vrebac who resigned from the bank in december. Twenty twenty was suspended indefinitely for failing to provide information. Requested by the industry's self regulator. That's according to broker check under finra rules if she fails to request the termination of her suspension within three months of the suspension ray book will be automatically barred on october eighteenth. That's according to the self regulator. Ray blick who helped secure hundreds of millions of dollars for trump's company resigned from deutsche bank at the end of last year saying in a statement. She was looking forward to her retirement. I was new york times report in january. We went over that. According to her broker check profile. The bank permitted her to resign over allegations that she quote engaged in undisclosed activities related to a real estate investment by the representative including the purchase of the property from a client managed entity and the formation of an unapproved outside entity to hold the investment. And we went over all that with enrich on the show. Deutsche bank has begun an internal review. They had begun in two thousand thirteen into real estate. Deals between rabe lick and a company owned in part by. Jared kushner as. We know who is trump's son-in-law and also very blix client. That's according to the new york times ray books colleague at the bank dominic skulls iw was also involved in the deals and has also been suspended and has left. The firm scuzzy left a firm over the same allegations as deutchebanks wrote explaining ray blake's departure and that's according to his broker check profile finra suspended skulls on august ninth as well also for failing to respond to finres requests for information. He too faces a permanent bar in october. Eighteenth if he doesn't request termination the suspension. Within three months and i will continue to follow this story with you. I just think it's very interesting. That the rumors intelligence that. I've gotten that tom barrack is singing. Like beverly hills and then everyone asks me who beverly sills was That this happens so it's interesting. I don't know that they're connected. Just have a failing and also of course the manhattan district attorney's Review of the trump organization. Also going on right now also very interesting next up from our friend. Adam class feld law and crime. A federal court of appeals ruled in rep devon nunez's favor on wednesday in a defamation suit against reporter ryan eliza in a ruling the california republican the eighth circuit court of appeals rejected the underlying defamation claims over liz's november twenty eighteen esquire article milking the system mu in illegally novel turn however us circuit judges. Stephen colloton who was appointed by bush levinsky smith another gw appointee and ralph erickson. Donald trump appointee revived the claim by nunez that lissa libeled him when reporter linked to the story in november twenty nineteen tweet a quote. I noticed the nunez's in the news lizzy tweeted after being sued by noon this month or the month before. If you're interested in a strange tale about nunez small town iowa the complexities of immigration policy. A few car chases and lots of cows. I've got a story for you. That was lizard tweet. The article in question focuses on my news. Nunez's families sold their california dairy farm and quietly moved operations in iowa member. We did this reporting the article. Also alleges that nunez and his family jockeyed to keep the move a secret it notes that nunez played up the golden state farm aesthetic in his political autobiography while questioning whether the nunez family farm in iowa uses or hasn't a past used undocumented labor like so many farms mid west do nunez lost at the district court level. We're all of his claims. Against eliza and hearst magazine media were dismissed. The appellate court largely agreed with their analysis but part ways on two key aspects here first the first aspect. The higher court allowed defamation. A defamation by implication argument to survive a claim that a series of published and omitted facts can be read as a whole to create a defamatory implication quote based on the articles presentation of facts. We think the complaint plausibly alleges that are reasonable reader could draw the implication that representative newness conspired to hide the farms use of undocumented labor in the end however the reviewing court held because of nunez high profile status. Listen hearst were not acting with actual malice. When the story was originally published that is colin and the other judges said there was no evidence that liz and hearst acted quote with knowledge that it was false or with reckless disregard of whether it was false or not now previous district court and circuit courts into class felt have reached exactly the opposite conclusions about hyperlinked stories that are tweeted but the eighth circuit opined. These decisions do not hold categorically that hyper linking to an original publication never constitutes republication. The ruling quickly set off alarm bells among media attorneys particularly those concerned with what appeared to be the appellate courts erosion of first amendment protections for the press fordham law professor matthew schaefer who teaches a course on media law said the decision was awful in many ways and singled out two aspects of the ruling. That were especially worrisome. If the panel's ruling is allowed to stand the people who share articles that have been subject The subject of defamation lawsuit may be held liable if a plaintiff can adequately show that the person who shared the article had knowledge of the lawsuits existence. That is say the ruling takes the mere existence of a lawsuit as an actionable form of notice that such an article may contain defamatory falsehoods. That's a really huge hit. Two one a and that would mean that the typically high actual malice bar for politicians can easily be met if the allegedly defamed politician simply files a lawsuit in a way quote the decision. Okays gag orders and intentional. Kill switch on an article after a lawsuit is filed. That's shafer again quote. That is so long as the lawsuit with denial is filed. The author of the article cannot redirect people to the original article on pain of waving an actual malice argument on a motion to dismiss. So no word on appeal. But i expect one. It's coming all right. Stay tuned for the fancy indictment league. We're going to break down The political whimpering that is the latest durham indictment. But i i will have discussion with marcy wheeler about roger stone the proud boys and the latest changes to the rick gates three o. Two's.
"marcy" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"For losers. We weren't if we get this name from. Oh this is great. So we had a review on our vision and there was a mini so-calle. Sally hat alto cow. We love you so cal sally. We know you're listening. She wrote a review. That went like this. This is the second time. I've unsubscribe from this. We read it. We never you know it's bad. I don't even look at mine. But i to it but it truly was so funny. Yeah we had Read it on our then. She went on to say that we were like like liberals from a wicked city and trump through. She who look in hindsight who was right so it was like. Is this really long thing. We read it on air. And then i said so counseling. Look you've unsubscribe twice already. I know you're listening. Is my family. And i have very different political beliefs and like them like we can get in fights back. No you're coming back. yeah then. Next week she Revised the review. All she. she was back were actually have. She didn't answer subscribe. And the apple reviews. Look so it has the title and the title was losers losers and then the content the body was l. is for losers that was and so we last. So our t-shirt calling this loser deleting her thing. I thought i was going to have a breakdown. Made me laugh so hard to go on and write call us. Losers was so funny tickled me to know race. Her entire review. Yes it's because basically she wanted y'all to just no yes it was it was in the same spot and it's so like it was cry just read on. Am l. is for losers so when we were talking about making this new podcast bell old just felt so connected a nice little pullback for our listeners vin on the journey easter a i did it. There's something very fun about the reality. Tv thing kind of is it. Feels like a little juvenile and like fun for us. And we're literally watching almost everything. I don't talk about ninety day. Fiance stuff because you have your separate show. Yeah but everything else is up for grabs and we bounce around. We talk about popular. We talked up everything and we in a simulation. Or what. I mean i tand. It's coming back. Everything from our youth is happening right now. Which is all the more fun to discuss every week. But yeah it's a pop culture roundup. We talk about all the weeks. Everything celebrity buckle everything and then we run through tons of tv and then we have a bonus episode or standalone which is vintage kardashian universe. Oh yeah the khloe and just started showing the mar which is so dr. It's knowing now. It's like one of the craziest like capsules of time. Where they you know what's coming and so much as like at the edges and it's really really fascinating. Really recommend we know that he. We're watching him like joke around with her. But in a few years he's gonna go into a coma and almost die. It's so wild the journey. They've all been on. Were also all of his friends. Die and tragic ov- in his story is so sad too but like we don't yet right. It's a lot to unpack. Wow that's what we're up to join us over a patriot dot com slash his story is so sad too but like we don't yet right. It's a lot to unpack. Wow that's what we're up to join us over a patriot dot com slash l. Is for loser in my social marcy lane to on instagram. Goddamn marcy lane marcy lane on the twitter and we have ellis for losers instagram. Yeah we and twitter. And i'm jay jay jay. La because our la so cal. Sally all year honestly. It's just my sasha fear. It's always like your husband's say this sounds like attempt with a gel. Sally i saw beverly is back. Beverly's back mysterious. Beverly
"marcy" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Deodorant spray is effective for us an unarmed speed and bod. Jackie j. your que. Essa cookies other. I know i'm so honored. I mean it's not what we're doing but with the natural deodorant. You know what works really great. Because sometimes it's hard to get stri-dex pads. Oh there is a whole acid before and then if you want to add sent onto it especially if you have something that make it slip a little more because it doesn't really always work especially in the beginning when you're adjusting doing x. will really just boop. You won't smell for days. Can i ask a question. The benefits of using natural is just largely. We don't like what's in there. Just as bad stu you listen. I don't like to greenwash fearmongers. Yeah but non natural. Dod rent anti-perspirant. How it works. Is there's aluminum in it. And it will swell your sweat glands shut temporarily and if that sounds a little key to you then you can use natural. I've known for years you know we do. We gotta do. I've just never did my toe in but it is a day. Timmy can use it to let him thank you. Aki trump and here comes marcy. Okay okay okay. Okay okay watching. This is so you're a writer. Got gratitude learn. All i wish matter now deteriorates like we just no thanks rising. I'm people score. Look at us. Went were you are a writer. Marcy something big might come from this gratitude. I am trying. I can tell that something is on the horizon. I'm on the because i've been organizing things that have been compiled for a year. I love so when i know i'm really deep in the procrastination. I start rearranging. But that's just sees away from something emporia comments or nothing so now you get a gratitude journal. I love it. I love foreign. Go back a fun. Lived up to the name. Iheart is like wait. Something's i wanna read something. Read a little quote from the journalist takes patients to appreciate domestic bliss. Volatile spirits prefer unhappiness. Wow accent short sweet and to the point that sounds like a tagline does sound like a house i see you might really podcast talk right now but you. I very curious if you ever do watch what you think. okay. I'm going to have to okay. I'm going to have to hop on the tech. Shame with us. We got a lot of thoughts. Yeah i would love to okay briefly. We have to talk about courtney and travis. Yes and then we have to talk about y'all's beauty stuff..
"marcy" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Women wore terry muggers angel in college. Which is still a million again. It's not a cent coin block thing when you are at all time go smell angel and you will be like. Oh one of these yes. She's like so many women wore it. I think i was told in college. Like men. go wild for it. You know the way like women in their twenties. Think that they talk about anything with expertise. So i wore so overpowering to me now. I can't even fathom it now. I'm very minimalist. And i really just love anything. That feels like beechy and literally. Bobby brown has a perfume call beach. And mel's basically like sunscreen and it just smells like the beach but anything. That's like coconut or like hype fiscus or just like smells like summer and beach. That's kind of the only sent family. I like once when i was young. My best friend. I haven't some of my best friends. Get obsessed with me okay. It doesn't have as much anymore. Because i don't like me for some reason untrue but i had a friend. Tell me like in like seven or eight grades. She was like no matter. What perfume you wear you smell the same. Like she's a year cintas so specific and strong. And i was like she. Shes like breathing me on all the but that was always why i wanted a perfume like i always always the coolest idea that people would smell because i remember like a boy i dated in college war curve for men and which is fine but whenever i would smell it it was such a sense memory and i would like truly feel the love i had and so i felt like i was always one of these people that wanted that so badly to have an everyday. My mom was a chanel number. Five chanel and it would always make me think of her but ultimately i'm like such a little picky peter about sent. Well it sounds like marcy has a built-in signature scent. Yes i'm hearing it as a hugest naturally sn. I don't know if that's still the case. Because you get a big sniff. When we're dying to my personal mission. Now some rotten partial me paid in the refrigerator. Those who knows this is discussing. You said earlier that you talk about your pussy on your. Yeah it's going to give you real okay. Okay so my feminine odor smells like grapefruit essence of grapefruit. And it doesn't happen. It's like only when it ever happens. Yeah often but it smells like it never heard of it. Smells like a. I want to say like a bath and body works. Great wow that's yourself. Gwyneth paltrow candle. That's i should make one. Yes that floor. I listen if you put ten petri dishes of a pussy in front of me. I could smell mine down. Oh say mine is more her basis. Yeah i would say same cumin about yours a little sand a little Cedar cedar wood element. A must. Ask like this is a man would like forget. Oh well jessica. Pussy in line with jackie's. I'm having trouble thinking of words beyond that. But yeah i. I'm interesting not love that. That's so fast. I love the my nash ask. Oil is very grapefruit. Okay yeah. I should change it to the marcy gerald oil j. Push push okay. I have to ask the last question which is and i'm going to go with jazz. I okay this is naturally after all. What is the most beautiful thing about you. Lord i think the most beautiful thing about me is i would say in this moment maybe my skin. Okay yeah i confidently might say that because it's something i feel proud of the longest eyelashes that's lati- which i always tell people. I'm very flattered by an happy about. And i obviously have your jackie o lashes. I weirded out. Devout jackie lashes. Client and latinos has stepped up. But that's not something. I feel like i get credit for. They don't grow out my head this way. They look great but thank you. I like my hair too. And that's fun to think about your personal sense of style..
"marcy" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Absolutely oh i yearn for those clinic gifts. I was gonna say clinton. I don't have them anymore. Clinic is what. I thought of those specifically. I can't remember the color but remember their lipstick. Tubes and the kind of honey gloss it was probably gloss lack honey right now the only lip color. 'cause i don't like lipstick. Yeah but yeah so. I remember so many specific things that he said one he said women in the south have better skin because of the humidity probably fair moisturizer. That and then my mother believed in. Whitewash cloth to wash your. Wow yeah i think that's pretty solid a nubby little wash cloths at the end of the day can get a lot done and i will be fully honest in my lifetime. I bet i've gone to bed without washing my face under ten times. Same oh yeah oh yeah easily embedded in the age of ten nope nope nausea. And then yeah. That's it that's my summary of my mother. Peer pressuring beautiful. I would say yes. I think clinic was my introduction. Every clinic product. It was definitely like a cleaning comb and was the air remember. I felt very excited. I probably would have been like sixth seventh grade or something like clinic beauty products and then you remember like sun moon stars perfume. Oh my god. I mean i had clinic. Happy clinique happy. Same era sarah. We're all the same air but it was like. I think that. I can't even remember what beyond the lipstick. What it would have been. But that was definitely to me what felt like fancy adult makeup and then i and then when urban decay came on the scene that was the coolest possible thing and i remember like buying an eye shadow pot and that was very big and edgy. 'cause like image say. It was very very edgy. Yala taking me back in the best way. I have a wildcard question for both of you. I'm going to start with marcy this time. What is your favorite smell of anything. I'm leaving it open okay. I'm leaving it open. Gosh this is going to be hard for me. Okay favorite favorite smell. I like a sandalwood perfume. Ooh yes but it's really hard to find them where whether or not to manley. But they're just shadow. I forget the name of but it's like the sandalwood intra shaneco favorite perfume. But i can't wear perfume anymore. I'm too sensitive. I was gonna say i have. I'm very very sensitive to sense and like most perfumes. Give me a headache most sense. Give me a headache. But inexplicably like the only perfect which is funny to remember back. Because i would like many college..
"marcy" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"I know this is a big dream of mine to get to be here to get to talk about all these things with you in the space that you've built with marcy this is a this is a dream come true. I will say everything happens in. It's perfect yes. I agree we love yet. We're in a the rhythm of the universe right now. So the rhythm of the night for me avenue took singing lessons for about seven and a half weeks and then cried and didn't go back. You were doing well. I have a lady. That's really nice. Because she was like. You're doing great year myself. I am not doing needed to really get to you. I want her info okay. This is something i've wanted to do for years in. Benny said he paid for it now. Because i'm bad but because he wants to support my dream give me the list. Give me the name okay. I've got to get the but everybody gets these questions. I'm going to start with mars because she's across from me. Marcy what type of skin do you have. I have oily skin with some rotation i am in. i guess. The latest is by thirties. We'll go soon can relate honey. You know so. We're having new thing happening with our scale. I grew up in the south. Like you did. And so everything was so much oil. Yes now mike. What's why my cheeks dry. So that's where my skin is. It's but right now. Especially i'm dealing with some rose atia. Yeah eczema. what combo jordan. What into you have. I think i have classic combination highly prone to black heads on and yeah pretty straightforward combo skin and just fighting the great battle of aging. We're doing our best everything i can do. Well you and. I have chatted many any time. You go away literally. Never do anything in my life. That jessica hasn't told me it becomes a fun universe. Like i think that's what i didn't expect and we'll get to it but what starts is. How do i solve this problem. I'm feel experiencing becomes like. Oh my god i can understand so much about like literally. My body like how science can affect me. What is not worth my money. What is it just kind of becomes like a weird never ending fund. Yes joy it is. It's never ending fun. Joy that is rooted in like dear expanding and like insecurity. But i i have a nice frame on it. At least. that's all you need a good frame. Yeah also southern mothers. Yeah maybe all mothers but they really put put the pressure. Oh yeah at a very young. Yeah yeah i. My mother narrowed my eyebrows. Seven eight was. She tried to do well. I did madge. Incredibly was definitely not. Okay definitely not okay. Yeah but was she trying to get the hair off to draw them in or trying to shape. Yeah i had a uni brow. And i would kill a universe my god. It's the coolest. I kill those follicles dead. They have not come back so anyway. Other mothers they've got their own agenda. Bless him bless them. Okay we need to get to the next one question. I'm going to start justice. Why not do you remember the first beauty product you ever bought or used. Oh my goodness. What is the first beauty product i ever bought or used. This is ta marsha. You can go if you have if you have when you go. Because i listen to what i'm talking. Okay okay we just think the to now. I do in every conversation. Perfect land combs before i went into high school. My mother i was thirteen years old. My mother said you cannot start going to high school without wearing makeup. Wow wasn't allow me lancome. Yeah to that land counter. Oh she would wait to. This guy would co- come in from boca raton okay. And he was like they're like he's amazing and that's who would every year would do my makeup. Did your back to school low. yeah. I was wearing a full face and it was just all income the last night. Whatever they were my mom was a fool she would buy it all these free gift with purchase. Yeah a little like. Oh it's makeup remover. Oh tiny bag. give it to me. Oh that stripes. I'll tell you this..
"marcy" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Day a funny feeling formerly kardasian it and now l. is for losers pop. Culture roundup found exclusively on patriots the second is a writer a comedian and journalist and a style icon. Okay okay i literally. Dm with a lot of other women all about you. All the time and amazing outfits are and your nails and everything your hair. This is her love language by we. Love verbal is mine. Okay so she also hosts l. is for losers the pop culture roundup exclusively on patriots. Please welcome. I guess in person right now. Just jar and marcy jarrow electricity. It's pulsating off of my. This is a lot. The intro of all interests everyone forever. We'll have to live up to. I felt so special was was just. She does resear- my love. Language valley going up a rollercoaster for like it was like. How much are we going to go so excited. You're like am i going to an. He's with the seagull. Am i gonna get hit. This will fabio exactly on this roller coaster. And your song. I was like there's no way we can top this i was just titillated by not in your case. You hit every note or something if you don't have to recreate everything. The artists does. that's true. You made it. You can make it your own. And that's what i did honey. I liked it. We love a parody. Song hypes welcome. You have been a very requested gasol. Mike is for a long time. And it's one of those things where you're on the list and then emails you and then there's a sitting on the list. I finally was like fuck this. Y'all they need to come on worth the wait. I worked the way so perfect time. I would argue. They'll be perfect. Talent truly the perfect time..
"marcy" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Marcy Williams 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Yeah. Have a segment to get to be a little more fun than the headlines but a couple of things so horrible headline. Atlanta reaches grim milestone of over 100 murders in 2021 Already in the eighth month of the year it but you know what? I'm really glad is, uh, you know, that may be true, but let's remember that our mayors Climate change initiatives are going swimmingly, so you can't just look at one thing, And I think there's no doubt And if the mayor is listening right now, you know, Okay. 100 murders. That's one thing. But you're going to 150 years from now when the planet is saved by all these well meaning? Academics from, you know they're going to change the weather, which usually has been in hell. You know, villains in comic books have been trying to change the weather for years. But there was some sort of weather machine like a radio. Yeah, change the weather. I'm sure that they'll look back and say the mayor of Atlanta At that time turns out Atlanta lead the way and turned the climate around. Either that or everything they're doing will absolutely have nothing to do with what the future of the climate is. I'll leave that in your hands. Good listeners, you decide which one is more likely. Also on a fun note. Marjorie Taylor Green, actually thinking about running for president, and I think so she showed up in Iowa. It's kind of early, but you know, it's never too early to test the waters. Early Bird gets the worm. That's what you're thinking there, Marjorie. Taylor Swift and I love Worms. Yeah, well, your granddaddy used to make me word. Yeah, I loved it called it word pie. Of course, it wasn't really worms, but spaghetti based. This is the kind of connection with anecdotal stories and things that you're going to get you all the way to the White house. So are you actually running for president? Are you running for vice president? If Trump Because I got a feeling the whole pence. Trump thing is broken. I don't see now. I don't You know, I think it is more likely that, uh, you know, maybe the Beatles would have gotten back together again. Then that band I don't loser. Yes, Like your most loyal person into the administration. Your crowd shows up with a guillotine. Hey, you can't really apologize that went away, so I don't see Pence being on the ticket. Trump runs again. Is that what your your idea is? Uh I mean, I'll run for president I'm gonna say right now. I'm just gonna say I'm no room for president. But I mean, if things change down the line, I'll definitely changed my mind. Of course. Madre Taylor Green from the AOC school, you know, and I know you're not going to be president. But that doesn't matter. Just the running of it in and of itself is going through up your social media branding, and you and AOC are really in it for the same thing. It's not about I don't like you saying her name around me. Well, you kind of play the same thing. I don't get along. You don't get along, but you're different sides of the same. We fought like cats and dogs. And that's uh he didn't even bring me a casserole. When I got the flu, and that that works both of your benefits right? Because it's got now my inner you guys are raised and I'm not buying your story. I think that it's a It's a game that's played because at the end you both Up your social media branding and remember, actually solving problems for the country. That's not the job of politics anymore. You guys need to basically let anybody in media know that you have a social following. That means that you should get your own primetime show, And that's really the most important. I love that idea. Thank you. You could go to Oh, and there's the part AOC could go to MSNBC. But really, it's not about somewhere else. Well, that's your little game. You go back and forth. But remember that both AOC And Marjorie Taylor Green both win in this war because they both up their social media branding. Don't fool yourself. That's what this is 100% about. And if you don't believe me, just look back to the last few years point to a problem in America that's been solved or even attempted be solved. Yet the social media followings of all these people keep going up and up and up. And my a cynic if I say Oh, that's by design. Yes, Jared now remember Marjorie Taylor Green is the biggest fundraiser for the GOP now, so she's Think think of the money they could make if they toured she and AOC debating each.
Siblings Found Shot Dead in Car in Atlanta Neighborhood
"Murder. There's this weekend here in Atlanta with a brother and sister shot in a car a new development this Sunday morning a suspect locked up from the get go. Atlanta police Major D'Andrea Price describes the deadly shooting as targeted, not random. I want to let the public know that there is no harm or danger to the society here. Robert Bankston Junior and his sister, Cedric a. Smith, are found shot to death in a car on Cells Avenue. Police later arrested Morris, Willie Godfrey for their murder. Detectives believe an argument precipitated the shooting. Godfrey is being held at the Fulton County Jail without Bond. Marcy
Biden Sees Dip in Support Amid New COVID Cases: AP-NORC Poll
"The summer resurgence of covert nineteen cases it's taking a toll on president Biden's job approval a poll by the Associated Press and Marcy center for public affairs research shows Biden's overall job approval dipping from fifty nine percent last month to fifty four percent a big part of that is a shift in views of his handling of the corona virus pandemic a month ago sixty six percent of respondents approved but that's now fallen to fifty four percent as well the poll was conducted from August twelfth to sixteenth as news of the Taliban's movement into Kabul was widely reported those surveyed were about evenly divided over Biden's handling of foreign policy forty seven percent approving and fifty one percent disapproving and national security were more people approved fifty two percent then disapproved Ben Thomas Washington
"marcy" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"I want phil murphy for governor please get vaccinated jillian these folks back there have list there. Might you've lost your minds. You are the ultimate knuckleheads because of what you are saying. Standing for people are losing their life. Yep people are losing their life and you have to know that. Look in the mirror. Look in the mirror mirror. They have no reflections. they're all vampires. Yeah so that's how. That's phil murphy. The governor new jersey just to show you a contrast. There are governors out there who care about protecting their people. I don't know what ron death sentences thing is i guess. His kids are too young for school so he doesn't have to worry about it. If this is nonsense people are dying there was. I got play for you. This one. Clip dr jonathan. I think it's reiner. I'm probably getting his name wrong. Is a cnn cnn medical expert. Let me play for you. This clip shoot. This is not. The edited won a well. It's okay it's under two minutes and you need to hear this so this was on. Cnn he has three kids to of them. Oh a ten private schools. Okay so david just told me to of death sentences. Three kids are school age. Go to private schools that have masked mandates go figure has little one. The youngest one is is too young. Okay so here is This is this. Dr jonathan reiner and here we go. Don't get your medical advice from. The governor of florida has first of all. There's no nineteen eighteen flu around. There are a number of tools that a chief executive has so chief executive can allow localities to mask up their population. They can certainly allow school districts to mask up kids who first of all Many whom cannot be vaccinated now and protect them. He's prevented that a chief. Executive of the state can allow a vaccine mandates from businesses. He is preventing that chief. Executive can can encourage businesses to to shut down when the viral load is overwhelming. The viral haute in florida is so high right. Now listen to the only really places on the planet where it's hard when louisiana and the other is botswana. Lots so high in florida that i think that if florida were another country we would have to consider banning travel from florida to the united states. He to he needs to understand that he's painted himself into a corner. People are dying at florida. It's going to get much worse hospitals filling children's book as well exactly children as well entry. Children children has to back off a little bit allow localities to do the right thing to mask up to even close businesses down. I've said this. Before if you're in florida now and you're unvaccinated you're very likely going to get covert if you're unvaccinated. Do not go in to a bar or a restaurant. you will absolutely contract this virus. If you are in florida and our unvaccinated do not go into a bar or restaurant you will contract cova unequivocally that's how bad it is down here. I'm back in. i'm in the house. I'm not going out again. And when i do i have my end. Ninety five mask because this time it's well it was real before it's even more real now. I don't know what his end game is. I don't know what he thinks he's going to accomplish with this. Oh man this. Is you know the other ongoing story that we cannot ignore. This is what's going on in our world and we also have that little problem. You know the future of our democracy. Yeah between the the events around january six and now the news. We're hearing from the former acting attorney. General so i have to get all the titles right. jeff rosen. 'cause there was another jeffrey clark who should be in jail. But jeffrey rosen testified before the senate judiciary committee last week. It wasn't the the January six commission and it wasn't it wasn't The justice department. It was the senate judiciary committee just to get it all straight anyway. One person that. I know that i can read about all this stuff is from marcy wheeler marcy wheeler of course Covers it all at empty wheel dot net. She is based in the uk. Show actually in ireland. Sorry not the uk But that's where she's living these days. And i get more better information from her. Twitter feed at mt wheel and the website empty will dot net. I get from most american journalists. So today i thought let's go to marcy wheeler check in with her and see just see how the How it's all coming along right from what we learned about the justice department last week to the prosecution of these five hundred plus people who are arrested at the capital. We're hearing some of them are being sentenced though. The sentences are not very very Very long they're not really prohibitive. So let's find out what's going on so to do that. Let's get marcy wheeler on the line right through the magic of digital stuff. Let's let's head out to ireland okay. normal might be overstating it but that's fine okay So marcy wheeler is with us you. Your blog is just it. I think it's imperative reading for anybody wants to stay up to date especially on what's happening with the prosecution's around january six because you've been all over that are they streaming those proceedings anywhere. How do you how do you how do you criminal. Heartland and factor listeners can call in. there's a. There's a list of phone numbers for each of the judges on the dc court website and you can see each daily calendar With the lists of the defendant. So you know if you're following a case that you're really interested in you can actually go in and call in You can't record every every one of these hearings Very clearly that record the hearing you're going to get into trouble but but thus far depend democ has worked in my favor meeting that i can cover these prosecutions from here in ireland's i see i was wondering how you had all the info because i'm not seeing it really. These individual cases covered anywhere. So let's start with that because this is important. I'm out of there have been over. Four hundred arrests in connection with january six Do you know how many been prosecuted so far there have been over five hundred six okay over five hundred sixty actually cow And there have been a minister. Roughly twenty twenty-five gilkey please of which for our cooperation please Five or cooperation. Please end the rest with one. Exception are misdemeanors so people who were just magris. Sue in general are pleading guilty of creating or some some Misdemeanor that can only carry a six month sentence. They are you being asked to sit down with the fbi to go over there social media and what happened that day and then The government is calling or or one case last week called for jail time for One defendant less than reader. So they're not all gonna get off with probation There was a couple last week where the guy got off. The guy got Sentenced to one month Confinement and the wife got sentenced to two months of home confinement because she was celebrating the instruction afterwards so even though these are misdemeanors are getting more punishment or they may get more punishment than i think. A lot of observers originally thought might happen heavy the the more high profile cases come up yet. You know people that we saw during the photos in the original coverage of the insurrection. So there was a guy in the original photos who Kind of repelled down from the senate gallery onto the floor of the senate All that guy. He did plead guilty in cooperation agreement. So he came to the insurrection with two other guys ronnie sanmen innate the grave they came arms he his name is joe ziya colt And he brought. He brought a glock to dc. But not the insurrection. He brought a glock to the january. Five rally than before but The two other guys sandline graves were involved in two key assaults with cops. I step the door. Where a bunch of people russell to get the easter open which led to basically a second fronts on the on the attack of the capitol and then to open the door of the senate gallery..
Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional
"Talk about daca. Yeah what has to be done with this because this that was that was literally on concentrated. This circuit is says it's illegal constitutional so we need to follow the fifth circuit court citizen constitutional and get rid of dhaka right. But here's here's marcy. Just actually penned an unconstitutional correct policy. That's correct was unconscious illegal. And we've been saying that finally circuit said so the last thing that's really really critical is what's called the episode the floor settlement agreement. That's his lower levels blame. The flora shows four settlement agreement. Says that if you're unaccompanied minor family the border patrol digest. We can't keep it for more than twenty days and we told them in the core proceedings. That's crazy. It takes a minimum of sixty to ninety days to get through immigration. Hearing for those that are in custody which says we'll be priority and the judge said. Don't care twenty days bo catch and release began. That's what began. Mpp got rid of that. So look you gotta do address. Tv pra address credible. Fear reinstitute get rid of an address the four settlement agreement so we can detain piano in one bill. One bill one bill. And the last thing i have to say because i have to say this for my brothers and sisters is detention. Detentions blaine look. We have to have a system of consequences. We can't allow people to come here legally and then there's no consequences. We have shown that if you detained somebody while you're going through immigration proceedings. One is guess what once they find out that they're claim valid yet to get them right because you have them right. But here's what you see the phenomenon. Will you start doing that. Guess what happens to the numbers. I would imagine they plummet exactly anytime you play consequences or you show them that. You're not going to be released into the country. The numbers down
Pop Smoke’s Second Posthumous Album, ‘Faith,’ Hits No. 1
"Pop spoke second posthumous album. Faith debuted at number one on the billboard. Two hundred chart garnering the late rapper. His second leader. The guest laden collection was released on july sixteenth and starts with eighty eight thousand equivalent album units earned in the us in the week ending july. Twenty second according to 'em rc. Data the standard twenty track faith album features more than twenty guest stars including chris brown future duleep and kanye west deluxe version of faith with four bonus tracks was released on july twenty. First pop. Smoke previously topped the billboard. Two hundred with shoot for the stars aim for the moon which debuted at number one on the list dated july eighteenth twenty twenty and spent two nonconsecutive weeks atop the chart the set which was billed as the rappers. First studio album went on to be the number three most popular album of twenty twenty according to marcy data and it also won the twenty twenty one billboard music award for top billboard two hundred album and on the latest billboard two hundred by the way the album actually jumps eleven to nine with twenty eight thousand. Units earned yeah. His his mom came in accepted the award on his behalf at as And it's just man the fact that this man is like doing so well commercially after he passes just really upsetting because you wish he was here for it. Basically i've i've wondered i. I don't mean this in the morbid way. It's just you know with with artists who release material posthumously. I wonder how much how much they recorded before they pass. You know for someone like to pock. He had many albums that he released after. He died Hugely successful albums. That went to number one. And i wonder for someone like pop smoke. How much did he have. Sort of already. Recorded in a vault somewhere. What was he someone like prince where he just was always recording and always putting stuff down on tape So it'll be interesting to see what
"marcy" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Marcy Williams 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Don't you think, Tim? I've had an interesting life, I would say so. I just toss things out there. I didn't know this revelation you just made with TMB G? Yeah, I hope that when I get married that my expectations are going to be that I think I'm gonna go right on my honey. You're going to the wedding, You know, you know me. I'm not. Oh, you know what You're doing one of those, aren't you? Aren't you? Not you not your wedding, but you, don't You don't. You have to get ready to go to some destination wedding. We're thinking about it. We're trying to finalize the date in the venue at this point. No, no, not you. I'm saying you as a guest. Oh, yeah. I'm going to big. Hey, Whoa, whoa! Let me tell you something right now. You have a destination wedding? I send you your I'm not going. I'm not going so you go. You're a destination Wedding, I think is the most selfish, possible thing. Well, you can so all in all, it's going to cost me like $2000 to attend your wedding. I mean, that is the most Maybe you do it on purpose because you have so many friends and family that you cannot accommodate everybody. Is that really what's going on here? But you don't want to tell people that they can't come because you can't handle that. So you just make. It's almost like a country club where they make the only want rich people so that they can put a sign outside. But hey, if you want to be a member, it cost $2 million a year. Okay? We've kind of we've kind of gotten rid of anybody that we don't want to be hanging out in the lobby with someone. Is this one of those maybe a destination wedding? The idea is, we don't have to tell anybody. You know, we'll set up a situation where they'll tell us No, I think people are cynical like that, and they do try to limit their list like that, But you have to limit it. I mean, if you have a lot of friends and family that gets expensive. We're getting married in Antarctica, and we would like for everybody to be there. We've rented some trailers and we're gonna do in the winter. Uh, it's the last untouched wilderness on the planet. I do think that my destination wedding that I'm going to. Although I am upset that it's music Midtown, we can imagine weekend in September. Well, then I go to the wedding. Well, it's a big sky, Montana. So look Okay, Listen, I've never been to Montana and I've never laid down at night and seeing the entire You know, just just this guy. Just the stars. You know, there's no big city, so it's got to be just pretty dark in the biggest city is what Helen it or something like the biggest bill, the tallest building in Helen. I think it's like six stories high. I'm moving there. So you don't have what they call light pollution from the big cities. So, uh, yeah. You're going to big sky country so you can you can say to yourself and you can rationalize. Okay, That's that'll Be fine. I'm going to a state I haven't been to before. I'm assuming you've never been there before. Never been monkey and I've always wanted to be able to kind of look up at the sky and actually see that Crazy dazzling, you know, go to Yellowstone while that's a volcano. Be careful. Yeah, dude. Hello. It's gonna blow. You might get hit by run over by, but one of the one of the few states by so what are the few states? That will not be immediately affected by Yellowstone blowing as a volcano. We right where you are right now, Georgia because it's gonna it's gonna immediately affect like I don't know 67 surrounding states when it happens. So you will have walked right into the jaws of the tiger. It could happen tomorrow or it could. It could happen 10,000 years from now, But it's going to happen at some point. We really don't know. I hope it's 10,000 years from now, so I don't care about them. Is that funny? How are the fact that you're going to be dead as comforting? I always find that funny like I don't I don't know. I don't want it to be here and kill me. But I feel totally comfortable with the fact if it happens after I'm dead. That's too weird. You're on your own kid. It's kind of weird. Oh, I'll be dead by then. That's so comforting, but I'd hate to be alive. When it happens. It'll be awful because it might kill me. So weird rationalization. So, uh, So, in this case, you can actually say I get something out of it. But you know what? You could have decided any time in your life that you could just take a trip to Montana. This is sort of forced. So you're finding reasons to go. You know what? It's a good Well, I kind of got drug in this one. I'm I. It's my fiancee's really close friend. I'm friends with her to listen. Don't get me wrong. I realized you wouldn't be going if you weren't Really close friends. I'm just saying in general, I think that the destination wedding is the more selfish unless, and I'm not. I wouldn't even say it's cynical unless it's like, you know what? I don't want to tell half my family and friends. They can't come because I can't afford it. So I'll just get a destination wedding and it will take care of itself. The list will limit itself. People who going to pay $2000. To watch us do something that half of us end up getting out of getting out of within 10 years. You see the van Yang? It's in Pyongyang and, yeah, we have to bless. You have to go to Seoul and then take a train to the DMZ. Make sure you have your paperwork at all. And don't look at anything or bring cameras. Exactly. Whatever you do, don't try to steal a poster right? God, that poor kid. Nobody thinks about him anymore. You know if I was, uh You know when Trump was so friendly? At least rhetorically with they love Kim. Kim Jong un came good guy. If you were the parent of that kid that was killed for no good reason. Wouldn't that really offend you? But we never heard from them. He went there. If you remember he was like a 19 year old kid and a church meeting. Right? It was it was was a senior trip of some kind, and they went and and they went. A few different places, but they were part of this toilet. Let's go see North Korea. And Otto Warmbier on the day they were leaving. I think He stole a poster off of the wall in the hotel. I think wanted to take it back home. You know, you know. Hey, this is what it looks like in North Korea..
"marcy" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Marcy Williams 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Autumn, Fisher. Mm. Did you feel that earthquake up their Maryland There was no there was a 2.6 magnitude earthquake. Do you ever hear of Woodlawn? I don't know where that is. That was the epicenter. Oh, yeah. Well, listen, don't don't sound down about it. It's not like it was all this earthquake. Well, you've never felt an earthquake. They're not fun. Well, I mean, I want to feel one that isn't dangerous. They're weird, and it's it's a strange feeling. It's gelatinous is the best way to put it felt one here once, and that was the only time I ever felt point. Um okay, gelatinous. Well, it does it. That's the The weird thing is it doesn't It? Doesn't you think of shaking and the hard edges of shaking, But the weird thing with your feet is It's all of a sudden things kind of go to jelly for a second or two. And you do have such faith in the ground. Yeah, but it's not their betrays you like that. I'm sure it's interesting. What have I done to deserve this? I'm taking it personally. Yeah. Come on. Ground plan to be there for me planted a tree. Last year. We talked about how great nature as well okay, But I mean, what nature has a cruel streak as well. Nature is actually the worst are you Are you anti natures? Are you coming out anti nature? I'll come out and say it. It's nature can jump off the cliff. It just kind of. Well, you know, Without nature you wouldn't have it would have to jump off now. I'm torn. Yeah, You're really you know, it's what you want to give the cliff a part of nature. That's kind of bragging rights. I don't know. It does seem like nature is quite often just trying to kill us. That's not well. We are a virus on this planet. You know, we need more trees and see you until you run into a tree and die. Let the best one takeover. It's their turn. Yeah, Yes. You know, the patriarchy has kept the bees down for long enough. Let's let's let's allow these insects to do. Their thing was like like the fish smarter than us. Yeah, the fetish that people have for bees. It's really like I can understand going just from a point of view of like, Well, we need them because of this and the ecosystem and blah, blah, honey, I get all of that. I get all of that. But then people just gotta like autumn. Just know they're They're actually wiser than we are. You know what? Listen so much that we don't There are there are things that they can. They won't tell us their secret. You have you noticed They haven't come up with a Shakespeare yet. We have. We don't know that we just don't understand them. You really think there's a beat to be or not to.
The Brazilian Coronavirus Crisis
"Week. I spoke with marcy. Castro about the brazilian coronavirus crisis and more castro is the envelope professor of demography and chair of the department of global health and population at harvard. School of public health mercy. Brazil is now in the midst of current surge that has pushed the national death toll past three hundred thousand last week. Brazil recorded more than three thousand deaths in a single day. it's more than any other country in the world. It's the highest mortality. The country has seen since the pandemic began and hospitals are said to be on the brink of collapse with or ninety percent of covid. Icu beds already full. And almost every state. This is just hard to believe but also the united states has experienced searches as well. So i wanted to start by asking. What exactly is going on in brazil right so what. We're seeing in brazil. Now is a much worst second wave so we had a major surge last year In this second major surges It it's growing at a much faster rates than the first one. We have at least two states in brazil that recorded in two thousand twenty one more cova deaths than all two thousand twenty That's how my zone is in from dona in the state was capital is manaus. That was all over the new where we didn't even just run out of hospital beds. It run out of oxygen. And that's the situation that manage states in brazil are facing now. It's the trach to run out of oxygen but also the necessary drugs to perform into beijing so A few states have already issued guidelines of who should be prioritized to go to a nice you bed so it's that situation. You never wanna face where you basically decide who gets to leave. Who gets to die so some states in brazil. His face are facing
Arborists Urge Congress To Lower The Age Of Consent For Trees
"Trees. They're all around us. But who gives a shit. Well i do for one and you probably should to. We need trees for paper for climbing for pulling a leaf off of something. Living order feel powerful. But who's looking out for the trees survival their quality of life and the reproduction. They reproduce. Maybe i know even less about trees than i thought but never fear because there are some folks out there who do care and this week. A dedicated group of arbor's petitioned congress for a change. They say is long overdue. These restrictions are an outdated relic the past the tree. Then leonard's fiber to write the constitution had no idea what our contemporary society would due to its brothers and sisters join us in liberating these conifers and broad lease we need to stop legislating morality and lower the age of consent for trees. I'm joined by. Opr congressional correspondent. Marcy hammond who has the latest marcy. What should our listeners know about these crusaders for sexual freedom. Well as lead a modern fight against the high age of consent goes back almost half a century to the environmental and sexual revolution of the sixties and seventies contemporary arborists claim that many saplings are fully mature before they even start to flower and more importantly that the government should not be dictating morality or sexual agency. Several of the advocates spoke out this morning on capitol hill. These laws are unnecessary. Government cuddling they impose harsh penalties on anyone who violates their puritanical social forms. Some pine trees are producing cones as early as two years old. There's nothing disgusting about that. These seedlings are beautiful creatures with smooth bark and supple flexible branches there in the prime of their lives and should be allowed to express themselves. Have they see fit. They may only have a few rings on their trump. but that doesn't mean they're naive or immature weird. What's your take on this marcy. Well this arborist movement was on the fringe of environmental policy for years but recently as more and more people flocked to the outdoors it's gained momentum. Now there are dozens of message boards and websites dedicated to celebrating young trees and advocating for their greater reproductive freedom. What do these activist. Groups is the downside with age of consent laws for trees. Can't they just you know. wait a little. I mainly see it as a violation of personal liberty. What an oak birch sprout does in the privacy of its own grove. Shouldn't be within the government's purview. And by sending illegal agent which trees are allowed to reproduce it stigmatizes young trees sexuality in a way that is harmful and repressive interesting. Does this movement have any chance of succeeding right now. It's still very much an uphill battle age of consent. Laws for trees have been around for hundreds of years and have political support from both sides of the aisle conservatives in particular are concerned about the effects of lowering legal age. Like how will these trees care for their four hundred kids scattered around the forest. Will they get enough sunlight
]]Securing Public Pensions
"The first star emission disturbing members can be police officers. They came preschool employees and state employees. And what we do is we. We make sure that they have a retirement benefit at the time that they're ready to stop actively working in calpers over the last four years has been making very difficult decisions about the appropriate funding of these pension plans for the future. We'll trust i'm dan. Lewis can this is after the fact and that was marcy frost. She leads the california public employees retirement system. Calpers is the nation's largest public pension system with a global investment portfolio of around four hundred twenty billion dollars that's a figure larger than the gdp of countries like norway singapore and the difficult decisions. Marcie mentions affect the retirement benefits for nearly two million public employees retirees and their families is a challenge facing many states across the country as they look at the best ways to fund their public pension systems. And that's something. Greg menace works on at pugh helping states develop solutions to close the funding gap between what state pension plans odor their public employees. And the money. That's being put aside to pay that bill up. Hugh analysis in two thousand eighteen found that funding gap in the states totaled one point two four trillion dollars. That's with a t and that's the data point for our episode. It's a number. Experts see growing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic amid those daunting numbers states like pennsylvania and california have discovered innovative ways to ensure pension systems. Keep their promises to retirees. Most people are familiar with 401k. Plans and over sixty million americans saved through retirement primarily through those kinda plans in the public sector. It's different where most of the state and local workers participate in what are called defined benefit plans by and large this distinction where in the public sector benefits are paid for through a fixed payment in retirement And the money is managed by the state and today there's about four trillion dollars in public assets. Invested in stocks bonds alternative investments is the main differences between that. Most people save for retirement. The all of us have to be concerned about our retirement. All of us need to plan ahead. Why should all of us care about the public. Employees pension system a well funded pension system in the public sector. can literally cost billions billions of dollars less every year from the state or local budget as compared to one. That's severely underfunded. The short answer is that in a well-funded system the state or local government is setting aside money each and every year while people are working to pay for their benefits when they retire and as it turns out by doing that it ends up that compounded investment earnings and up paying for the majority of the benefit. I'm in contrast they severely underfunded system. Where the money hasn't been set aside while people are in their working years. They lose out. On all kinds of compounded investment earnings and as a result the majority of the cost comes out of the state for state or local budget. I'm just to provide some examples. We look at pension. Plans in states. Like tennessee and south dakota and wisconsin all of which are close to being fully funded. It sounds like if states are planning their investments properly in a smart way. The earnings made by those investments can pay for the costs to maintain the fund. What happens with states. That aren't fully funded if you look at states like kentucky illinois new jersey all of which have less than fifty percent of the assets set aside that budgetary cost is closer to fifteen percent of revenue on average so that means no state somewhere between one and ten in one in five tax dollars going to pensions that adds up to about a ten billion dollars of additional cost across those three states alone. And so i think this is important from the public's perspective not only because of the impact that can have on state and local budgets and in turn the resources that are available for public services but also because having a well-funded system helps to prevent reductions in workforce or cuts in benefits that you need to attract skilled public workforce to be very specific. That means there's less money to buy police cars or paved roads or any other public service. That taxpayer dollars fund right. I mean and that's that's a big deal. I mean the government is always looking to contain costs whether it's healthcare or other issues this is. This is a big ticket item for a lot of states. That's absolutely right. And as i mentioned before. I think for a larger state and city the difference between having a well-funded system in an underfunded system comes out billions of dollars every year so everything from investments in education and infrastructure to healthcare ends up being strained in the budget each and every year it almost sounds like innovation is sort of old school ideas of like. Just you know figuring out what the bills are going to be a mixture. You got the money to pay for them you know. I think that that's right. And there are two ways in particular where i think innovation plays a role you to first off it has to do with how plans and pension systems planned for uncertainty and some of the states that i just mentioned tennessee. Wisconsin in south dakota very clear predefined rules about how to adjust cost if there's a downturn or investments underperform. This includes building margin of safety into assumptions essentially setting aside a rainy day fund within the pensions system and then also adjustments to worker benefits. That are clearly understood by everybody and so from that perspective i think innovation goes back to looking at the policies and practices that these states have been following for
Unemployment benefits set to expire as fate of COVID economic relief package unclear
"Federal unemployment benefits expired at midnight for millions of Americans struggling with the economic consequences of the pandemic still unclear whether President Trump will sign the new stimulus bill. President Trump is at his resort in Florida, still refusing to sign the covert relief bill that would provide that vital government assistance without the president's signature. Not only are the extended unemployment benefits ending, but eviction protections will expire next week. Week and because this bill is tied to a larger funding bill if the president doesn't sign the federal government will shut down on Tuesday he sees Marcy Gonzales coronavirus cases surging across the US nowhere more than in California. 20% of hospitalized covert patients in California are in the ICU. ABC. Serene Shaw has the latest from Santa Monica. Confirmed cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high cova deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this disease is a deadly This pandemic is On how devastating it is the families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases
Lindsey Graham says Trump determined to secure $2,000 checks as COVID-19 relief bill lingers in limbo
"Unemployment benefits are expiring today for millions of Americans struggling during this Corona virus pandemic this morning, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted that he believes the president is more determined than ever to get a direct stimulus payment increase to $2000 instead of just 600. Here's more from ABC is Marcy Gonzales in $900 Billion Bill, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support is with the president at Mar a Lago, where he spent this Christmas golfing and reiterating his opposition to the amount the bill allocates for individual stimulus payouts. Tweeting why would politicians not want to give people $2000 rather than $600? It wasn't their fault. It was China give our people the money. Democrats try to do just that. Calling a special session on Christmas. Ive to increase those checks to two Grand House Republicans immediately rejected and this morning, the president tweeted quote. I simply want to get our great people $2000 rather than the measly $600 that is now in the bill. Mr Trump also says Stop the billions of dollars in pork.
Lindsey Graham says Trump wants to increase COVID-19 stimulus package
"Unemployment benefits expiring for millions of Americans struggling with the economic consequences of the pandemic, Senator Lindsey Graham tweets. He believes the president is more determined than ever to get the direct stimulus payment increased to $2000. A bee sees Marcy Gonzales reports. The $900 billion bill, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support is with the president at Mar a Lago, where he spent this Christmas golfing and read. Iterating his opposition to the amount the bill allocates for individual stimulus payouts. Tweeting. Why would politicians not want to give people $2000 rather than $600? It wasn't their fault. It was China give our people the money. Democrats try to do just that. Calling a special session on Christmas Eve to increase those checks to two Grand House Republicans immediately rejected it. Without the president's signature. Not only are the extended unemployment benefits ending, but eviction protections will expire next week. And because this bill is tied to a larger funding bill if the president doesn't sign the federal government will shut down Tuesday
3D Printing Enables Distance Learning Materials
"My name is marcy klein. I am the owner of a company. Three ducts design and we are based in the court connecticut and this is a follow up episode to episode number seven hundred and thirty. I started Three ducks design an educational products. architecture modeling sets for kids and learning programs. That kids can use a poem or in school. I actually spent most of my adult career. As a pediatrician Working in the community and about seven years ago the creative entrepreneurial side was kind of knocking on the door and i developed an architecture system. it's actually a modular furniture system that i created originally and went through the process of trying to figure out how to start a company and how to make furniture and wound up actually opening up a workshop where i had scenery and it was never really easy But we actually in the factory. Thirty printer and a cnc router table to cut wood and my kids are. We were hanging out in the factory and developed an architecture modeling that uses cardboard. And i thought it was a little cheap business so we went to some farmers markets and actually a light bulb went off in my head because people were buying their product. And they had actually. Anthony muscled more product than i had in three years. So i was like okay. This is an educational building sat for kids. I'm a pediatrician. China make furniture and my kids. Company just like overtook my company. In three months the last feature honest show uber pretty early on in the process and i knew our product was amazing and i knew it was really educational but i wasn't really sure nor were my kids weather. This really have case in a market in its way industry or in education so we really built out a lot. More value to the product itself by creating learning programs so apparent at home for example can get on our website and they buy any one little tiny thing they have access to all of our lessons and they can print out a fun little tiny house challenge for their six year olds and the little kid can learn a basic level. Basic geometric shapes. They can on their angles. They can learn a little bit about area. Anthony spatial concepts. So that's just like one lesson at a like have tens of lessons now and we also have video content. Think the learning curve of knowing who your market is or for me at least knowing market is knowing how to speak their lingo A major learning herb. You know i mean granted. I'm a pediatrician. So i know like children's development amount of teacher so i don't know teacher talk and i'm competing with people like lego in scholastic you know and we're just like a little company so we really had a now the booth and the display and our our story And just as cloven hit. Like i really feel like we just totally nailed it like you know people would just buying right down in air at the expo site now. Getting their principles like running over with their principal. You have to see this product and we literally in north carolina at an expo heading over to south by southwest. Big education competence. And it's like. I was in the car. And like cancelling it so my products web to texas and i'm home So we really backpedalled in all of our lesson plans and curriculum had her be essentially need written for remote learning so and what schools are now discovering now that we have the product the contents. That's remote friendly is that kids especially little kids are incredibly challenging to teach remotely because they're not engaged. Our product is engaging to them so the content. We created all summer and we actually be packaged our products. So that rather than selling a classroom kit where it's like a free for all for every canned like a big box of lego. We actually individually packaged each kit into a bath path. So every student can get their own bath pack. They can be sitting at their own table. They have their own materials. So it's actually been a really good experience for us even though it was like a huge hurdle to overcome in. Psychologically when you know you're like there and then all of a sudden you're not you're starting all over again figuring out how messaging online such a tactile digital products helmet the message so we really had to like me. Create our marketing efforts need create our content and create our packaging so like the whole entire company. basically had to be like packaged. So yes was busy for us
Can Seattle arts groups survive the pandemic?
"Corona virus is a public health crisis of course but it's also devastated the economy it's been especially destructive businesses that depend on people gathering together in person tourism restaurants and the arts. Kyw's arts and culture reporter. Marcy silman has been monitoring the health of the regional arts and culture community. She spoke with kim. Malcolm about what. We might see moving forward so marcy for the past couple of months. You've been doing some deep dive reporting on how the pandemic has impacted our cultural communities. How would you describe what you found across the board. Kim organizations are treading water. If they haven't already drowned you might remember last march. When governor inslee issued his social gathering restrictions. everyone had to shut down operations museums and some art galleries have started to welcome back visitors. But they're at twenty five percent of normal capacity which just does not sound sustainable. And marcy you and i've talked about how performing arts groups and musicians have been streaming content and how it just doesn't cover the costs for many of them. So what are arts leaders telling you about this pivot to digital when it doesn't pay the bills. Peter bowl who is the artistic director at pacific. Northwest ballet told me that he pivoted digital because he wanted to give some work to the dancers musicians backstage artisans and other staff who would otherwise be unemployed. According to a new study from the seattle advocacy group arts fund. Thousands of area of workers are still jobless and even though as we said. Some venues have reopened. This survey found only about nine percent of local artisans and been rehired many back part time or reduce salaries but kim beyond providing jobs. I think that this pandemic has really forced performing arts groups to reckon with the digital age in a way that they hadn't done before the pandemic kit. And what do you mean by that. Well for at least a decade arts groups have been trying to figure out how they compete with free or low cost online content that arts fund study that i mentioned found that every responding group plan to permanently integrate digital content into their arts program offerings the ceo of arts fund. Michael greer told me that's partly because audiences are really leery about heading into enclosed spaces with lots of people that component that new revenue component is going to be essential to kind of filling the void of individuals. Trepidation do moving back into the theaters or just a general reorganization of how society interacts with itself. Not even just in the arts bottom line marcie will most arts groups survived this pandemic. It's really hard to say for certain. But to quote the head of seattle's office of arts and culture randy angstrom. The sector is on the knife's edge getting people to value in compensate artists and creatives for their time was already a challenge. Then the pandemic it and it was devastating. And i think that that devastation was disproportionately felt by by park organizations and artists because they've been underinvested and undercapitalized for so long and i'll just note here by poc refers to artists who are black indigenous and people of color. What is happening with these communities. Well this summer one worries alicia. Johnston told me that they only have the funds to make it through the calendar year. I did check back with her earlier this week. And she says that right now. They've got about half the budget for twenty twenty. One heart of that came from contributions sparked by black lives matter but she told me those have tapered off and even though she describes herself as one worry self designated worrier about money. She's pretty hopeful that they'll raise the two hundred thousand dollars. They need to keep this community cultural center going. Marcy i know can county. And many private funds have funneled relief. Money to the arts sector. What are arts leader saying about what they need to survive. Many hope congress will enact another significant stimulus measure randy. Angst room would like to see a twenty first century version of the works progress administration. That was the depression era program that funded arts projects across the country. Local artists have already stepped up. And they've been making murals. And creating digital arts lessons plan for the public schools angstrom and many other folks think it's time to fairly compensate them for that work. And how optimistic is he that that might happen. I'm gonna let him answer that. I am hopeful because the creative community of the city gives me that help. I am hopeful because of the incredible resilience. I've seen and we need to meet that resilience with dollars and faith in their work but angstrom says the city cannot finance this on its own. They really need a major influx of federal dollars. At this point. Who knows when that's going to happen. We'll mercy speaking of resilience. I have to acknowledge. Even though i don't want to that this is most likely our last on air conversation about the arts as you retire from k. u. o. w. after a remarkable thirty five years. Marcy i just wanted to say thank you we're gonna miss you and all the attention and the advocacy for the arts. That you've paid Here in this part of the world. I'm just grateful for all the work and thankfully that still lives online. It does indeed. It's been migrate pleasure working with you as the all things considered host. And i'll miss you. And i won't be gone from the world of seattle's arts and culture still always keeping my eagle eye on it.
College Social Distancing Guidelines No Match For The Jasonator
"Across the country are forging ahead with the fall. Semester unlike anything we've ever experienced but new data today is showing that the safety procedures put in place by many schools may not be going far enough to prevent Cova nineteen for more. I'm joined by OPR chief senior rightist correspondent, Mark Hammond. Marcy. What sort of risks are relooking at well as the Department of Health and Human Services has determined that despite a concerted effort by colleges, the social distancing guidelines that have been put in place are still simply no match for the Jason Ader I spoke with HHS Deputy Director Alex Collins to get a fuller picture throughout the fall semester. Adversities may initially go a few days or even a week without any outbreaks but as soon as the Jason Ater shows up with a case full of Bruce and that devilish grin on his face, the infection rates begin to spike almost immediately.
High Crime Rate Leading Inmates To Consider Moving Out Of Prison
"As a number of cities across the country are reporting spikes in crime. The recent uptick is hitting some places harder than others like in Sullivan County Indiana where the high crime rate in the Wabash County Correctional Facility is leading more inmates to consider moving away from the prison. OPR's incarcerated correspondent Marcy Hammond joins me now. Thanks for doing this Marcy. Well, I appreciate the burner phone you snuck in for me Leslie still completely able to sit down comfortably yet, but you're. Welcome. Now, Marcy, what can you tell us about the crime in Wabash Valley? Well, as residents will tell you that Wabash valley has been on the decline for years. The surge of people moving in has forced one spacious single person homes to be converted to hold two or even four occupants while wages stay stagnant at twenty three cents per hour. Now, residents are seeing an epidemic of stabbings, robberies, assaults, and even murders in the maximum security prison, and that's putting residents on edge. Keeping people safe exactly. But the rampant violence and other crimes happening on a daily basis has forced a lot of folks to now consider whether or not. They should pick up and start over someplace else.
"marcy" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg
"You guys I'm super excited to have mercy on the show today if you've ever thought about inventing or if you are that person that has so many ideas. This is the show for you, If you have friends that always have Amazing Ideas, make sure to share this episode with them because Mars is coming on the show today to talk about her journey how she started and she shares with us how she has a travel line on HSN and what that looked like to start from the very beginning and where she is today and she is super passionate about helping moms become inventors and you know, she's just talking about like how it's a male-dominated world right now and that is very easy to feel overwhelmed and just kind of feel you don't know what to do. Like, do you need a patent? Is it worth the money for the patent? And how do you make a prototype as a prototype important? So all these things that if you have ideas and you want to make them come to life this is the perfect episode. So I hope you guys feel really inspired and encouraged to really get your eyes ideas out there and don't just keep them in a binder. All right. I hope you guys enjoy the show Marcy. Thank you so much for coming on the show today. I Amber thank you so much for having me very much needed to be here. I'm excited to have you here as well. So I like to start off every show with an ice breaker on travel. I am a travel agent and I am really hoping that I'm going to be able to start sending people places again, very soon wage, but I do like asking my guess because we're in Oh, that's an interesting one. I love to travel. I have so many favorite places, but I have to say during Happen again, so when it's all over I hope it all happens again, and it was just he and I went on that cruise together and I would love to go back with with my whole family. That's awesome. I love I do love cruises too. And I'm Disney Cruise does an amazing Cruise my daughters went when they were little and my youngest because she was so little she just turned three and when she went on that cruise she sticks now, it's just like I want to go back and I mean they love that goofy was walking around in his pajamas. I mean, it was just it was so great and you know my oldest she was so sad when we had to get off and I was like no way we could do this all the time, but you know, it costs money and now we're dealing with covid-19. Oh know, how many adults? Yeah, well, right cuz they do an amazing job for both. Yes. Yeah kind.
Piece Of Shit From Nearby Town Marries Bitch From High School
"Folks you're never going to guess what happened, you know that piece of shit who lived in the next town over growing up. Yeah. Well, he just married that bitch from high school. Like for real here to talk about this juicy development of his opr gossip. Correspondent, Marcy Hammond sub haters. So Marcy refresh my memory. Who is this piece of shit? Exactly. Well, although there are many the piece of shit we're talking about here. Is that one fucking suck ass who got blackout drunk and crashed his car into the Denny's after-prom, right? He also played football in a nearby Town couldn't tell that by looking at him now though. He really let himself go. Oh, I believe it. All those beers had to go somewhere. Now, how did that fat piece of shit end up with that bitch. Anyway, what appears they ended up re-connecting a little while back and that shithole bar back home, you know, the one where the kids would sneak into because they didn't get carded. It's right next to the allergies that gym coach was busted for trying to buy coke. Oh, yeah, that was crazy. Not as crazy as when he fucked that Junior in the parking lot behind the softball field. Oh my God, I forgot about that. Yeah, that was nuts off. Anyway, I have it on good authority that the good for nothing piece of human garbage and that total bitch got drunk in the shit whole bar and hooked up that night.
Small Town Ravished By Alejandro
"Tragic update on a story we've been following for several days now authorities say that last night the small coastal town of Cape Charles, Virginia was completely ravished by Alejandro and that it may take years for residents to fully recover from the erotic Devastation brought on by his passionate lovemaking joining us now from Cape Charles is Marcy Hammond. Thanks, Leslie, Alejandro, Sandalwood cologne still in the air this morning as rescue crews work to clear the roads of the many bras and panties one off by lustful residents last night experts say Alejandro who's been traveling up the coast from Mexico, maybe the most dangerous heartthrob to pass through the area in twenty-five years the hot-blooded lover made landfall two days ago sweeping hundreds of men and women off their feet with his exceptionally charismatic personality Marcy before we go any further are the good people of Cape Charles safe this morning. Well, the Red Cross says that while residents are dishevelled and breathless from their incredible night of ecstasy injuries are minimal outside of a few hickeys and fingernail scratches still.
AP-NORC poll: Views of economy stabilize as election nears
"Americans view the nation's economic situation is bleak, according to Ah, An Associated Press public. There's a new poll out this morning from AP that finds a rising percentage also see signs of stability. Speaker Pelosi since it's obviously not the story, hang on a second. Here's that Associated Press story. Most Americans still think the corona virus pandemic is crippling the US economy. But arising percentage also sees signs of stability. A recent survey by the Associated Press and a Marcy Center finds fewer Americans expect the economy to get worse in the next year. And so I see Bradley with them, not spastic. I would line it's not the way it was. It's getting better watch in March, a selection day fastly approaches partisan politics is driving different views of the economy, the new poll found. About two thirds of Republicans called the Economy good compared with just 16% of Democrats, but those balls Direction. I don't think we should We should fix the ball, and I think that's something that film is the best possible person close who pushes through I think I'll buy just loves to go along that was pardoned and make the other party look that's possibly I don't see that was our problems. But you can't live in fear land and say that we want to open the entire country. And that will be fine. So I'm I'm falling on the side of the Democrats as say. We've got to sell this following first and then open the country and then Allow those owners of businesses to open because they know that they keep their employees say. And the patients and customers say if Trump to win. I don't have any any confidence at all that anything will happen for years. If Biden wins, I have more think he'll step up. Oh, certainly Trust Machi, Redfield burgers and others that are in the know and follow the recommendations. Nathan Algren Associated Press. It
NRA Issues F Rating To Bugs Bunny For Tying Up Guns Into Pretzel Shape
"In the wake of new. York. Attorney, General, Latisha James's lawsuit against their organization. The powerful National Rifle Association is clapping back. I. Think I'm using that right? Anyway. The Guns Rights Organization today issued an F rating to bugs bunny for tying up guns into Pretzel Shapes. For more I'm joined by OPR senior alcohol tobacco firearms and explosive correspondent Marcy Hammond mercy. What was the NRA's thinking here while the NRA reserved. The F. rating figures at deems is particularly harmful to the rights of gun owners and leadership believes that bugs his long history of firearm destruction qualifies him. Here's how NRA deputy spokesperson Rhonda mcdaniel. Explain their decision time and time. Again, we have seen this radical agitators seeking to curtail the Second Amendment Rights of Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam by twisting their lawfully purchased firearms into a big bowl and the NRA has had enough. Now let's be clear. Bugs is a beloved cultural figure with relatively little political sway is it really in line with Americans interest for a gun lobby to be targeting him round the NRA certainly thinks. So while the organization has been weakened over the years due to lawsuits and falling public opinion they signal, they'll be devoting considerable resources to getting what they call a no. Good Rascal Rabbit here's mcdaniel. Again, if these sort of left distant imitation tactics prevail, we're looking at a future where government agents can just come to your home while you're sleeping and bend your gun into a youth shape or jammed the barrels with carrots coastal elites like bugs bunny may be okay with that outcome, but real Americans will never stand for it mercy. Some have accused the gun right's organization of not caring about tune rights they pushed for decades to deregulate bazookas. Dynamite sticks coming from the ACME company. That's true. But the NRA would point you to their a rating for Marvin, the Martian. For providing what they call a sterling example of responsible gun ownership. Sure. But do they have any other tactics to push back against what they see boxes anti-gun stance while the F. reading a tactic in and of itself of course. But beyond that NRA leadership announced, they'll be launching a public pressure campaign encouraging members to email and tweet bugs bunny to tell him actions are harming the American way of life. They're also lobbying Congress to remove him from television claiming that he's been brainwashing our nation's children with anti-gun propaganda, and if those tactics are unsuccessful, they have plans to draw big angle on his head. To, imagine that this separating didn't sit very well with everyone. That's certainly true. Leslie several gun control groups have spoken out against the move with MOMS demand action launching a new ancient stinker ad campaign targeting the NRA. Responded not personally, but a spokesperson reached out to tell reporters quote meet me. Okay. Then Marcie please keep us updated. That's OPR's Marcy
"marcy" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
"Welcome onto the hey, , house meditations podcast marcy. . Thank you. . Yeah. It's. . . It's. . It's nice that you took time out of your out of your busy schedule. . So so I look forward to to speaking to you. . About a number of topics under the banner of meditation today, , including a number of practices in the Tibetan bone and Buddhist tradition that you've studied and taught for many many decades, , <hes> foods, , things like sound healing as well as I'm quite interested in this practice <hes> of soul retrieval and what that actually means <hes> that's associated with meditations upon the five elements <hes>. . So any case before we get to that before we start talking about meditation practices itself, , I wanted to ask you a little bit about your own background in training. . Does that sound? ? Okay. . Sure. . That's fine. . Mercy when when we read the biographies of of Spiritual Luminaries throughout the ages in various spiritual additions, , <hes> and religions. . Often Recount Times. . Of individuals spent in the desert or at high mountain caves, , and in some traditions, , those times of meditation and Contemplation Happened Solo in Solitary, , times oftentimes incomplete section. . So and in this day and age, , we don't always meet people who have actually done this who've actually had this experience. . I've had such deep commitment to go off to a cave or and be in total isolation in meditation. . So this is all by preface. . My question for you is about you having spent forty nine days and nights in solitary retreat, , not only in solitary retreat, , but in complete darkness something known in your traditionist dark retreat. . So what was that? ? Led you to taking that leap into such a committed time in meditation retreat and then I'd like I'd love for you to speak about the retreat itself. . What happens when you're in the dark for forty nine days? ? Okay sure. . <hes> I'm going to start very early thin in my life. . There were two experiences that stand out for me. . That create a threat or a continuity of this interest in the consciousness and the mind awareness. . So my mother was. . A follower of Doctor Spock and doctor Spock <hes>. . I don't know peace be with him wherever he is but <hes> he was very regimented in hell. . He had children being brought up and everything was on schedule. . So we had scheduled nap times. . Whether you retired or not there, , you were alone in the room, , the door gets closed and. . So I remember one such time I was not tired sitting up in bed alone in the middle late late afternoon probably. . And <hes>. . I looked out the window and there was a shade poll. . On. . The shady crocheted shade pole and I stared at the shade. . Poll. . And I just stared at it and rested my mind and everything got very, , very quiet and still. . And then I thought of a sheets flowing on the line in the breeze. . When my mother washed laundry the white sheets, , she would put them on the clothesline and they would blow in the breeze. . So I'm imagining the white she blowing in the breeze and now the white sheet comes over. . Head from the crown down through my body white. . Energy is coming down through my body very very, , very peaceful. . And all of a sudden I hear a voice. . In My. . Mind I knew it wasn't somebody in the room saying. . There's more to learn about this. . Your parents are not your teachers. . There's no need to travel to India. . We will come. . To you. . You are in the right body. . That's it. . Okay. . Wow. . You were young when this happened as three and a half between three and a half and four because it was in our first house? ? So I if I. . I was stunned by my parents are not my teachers. . That as like well, , I only know my parents. . So that was a revelation and then I didn't know what India was. . Indians I don't know what they're talking about. . So anyway, , it stayed with me in the background somewhere <hes> and a K it resurfaced later as a support. . To, , remind myself of. . Something in me that needed to be fulfilled. . and. . Then there was another occasion when I was acquitted Dreamy Child. . I would just stare out into space a lot and kind of maybe hummed myself and just. . So, , anyway. . So I obviously didn't have a very good sense of time or structure, , and so therefore, , my mother's voice would frequently. . Intervene. . Marty. . Right, , on your shoes at the Da you know. . Anyway. . So on one day, this , is now in. . Fifth, , grade. . and. . I'm sitting in the bathroom on the edge of the TUB and I'm partially dressed for church and I hear suddenly my mother's voice saying fine we're leaving without you and the door close.
"marcy" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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