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"marie john" Discussed on Fresh Air
"It's a French spy series called the bureau season five is now available on the Sundance now streaming service John says he wishes he could watch two new episodes every single day until the end of time. We all have TV programs that we consider the gold standard. In my case I measure all sitcoms against Roseanne all social dramas against the wire, and all teen shows against Buffy the vampire slayer. When it comes to spy, Saugus might touchstone has long been the BBC's adaptations of Tinker Tailor soldier spy and Smiley's people. I've spent decades waiting for an espionage series to rival them. I finally found one in the bureau a smart. Addictive suspenseful French series about the clandestine missions, office politics and KALEIDOSCOPIC personalities at Francis Big spy organization. The G. S. E.. Created and overseen by a Recruiter Sean, the bureau was beginning its fifth season on the Sundance now streaming service, and if you haven't seen it I would simply note that it may well be the best TV show in the world right now. That you Kassovitz Stars as the bureau's most gifted agent code-named Mala true, who in season one returns to Paris from Damascus. Because he's a Frenchman on a French show. He's naturally fallen in love with a beautiful woman whose life is in danger of this spying. To save her, he concocts elaborate scheme. That's impossible to summarize ripples through the next four seasons. These involve everyone from the CIA to Russian intelligence to Isis double agents, and they threatened the security of his colleagues, a crew of hugely enjoyable characters. These include the young fearless marina that Sarah's your dough. Who goes undercover in Iran starts losing her nerve. There's the bearish Ramon played by Jonathan Zika. Who's obsessed with women. There's Malibu's brainy handler Marie. Played by Florence, Laurey Kaya, who appears cursed with too much decency. And then there's the security mad. PARANOIAC known as usually. Who Looks for traders everywhere. He's played by Machu. Amel Rick Who's pungent features. You'll surely recognize. As the new season begins, juicy is now in charge and Malibu has reportedly been killed on the Ukrainian border. Though we may not be so sure he's gone. Even as a daring new agent played by Louis Gorell poses as an arms dealer in Yemen. Marie John has been working undercover at a luxury hotel in Cairo. Here she gets into a car with the.
Marie, John Mcmanus And Philadelphia discussed on WBBM Programming
"A half dozen Philadelphia police officers were wounded in a shootout with a hold of the gun men there the nearly eight hour standoff ended late Wednesday night when thirty six year old Marie's hill surrendered to police after tear gas was set off in the house in which he was barricaded Philadelphia police commissioner Richard Ross I am surprised that it came out was indicating to somebody was able to do that a swat team evacuated two officers trapped inside the home with hill on another floor along with three people detained in a drug bust their police union had John McManus beat somebody upstairs watching over these caps today six cops all shot in a row
"marie john" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Lopez e and Guelleh, and willow is pardoned for his grievous lack of requesting marital permission. He just wanted that thirteen year olds so bad he's pardoned again one Spain gives Louisiana to the United States. And he's granted an important political position in New Orleans. We think and then yes in routes via the American ship. Ulysses the ship runs aground. Ramon dies of heart failure before ever reaching his destination. He's buried in Havana during the voyage Delfi gives birth to a daughter named Marie Borgia. Borja Delvina Lopez e and Guelleh daler Candelaria nicknamed board to bore Kita after Don Ramones grandf- mother Dona friend Cisco, and then Delfin and her daughter returned New Orleans afterwards after Don Ramones debt, they'll feel will be a single mom for four years. Very young single mom roughly seventeen years old presumably. Much of her mother and duties were done by servants since she was known to party down. But there are accounts that, you know, the speak to her adoring and doting on Oliver children. She have several others to her life. You're also gonna find out are later accounts as she gets older issues possibly very abusive to our kids. Okay. So let's look at our next marriage. You know, we're an examined all three remarriages thoroughly because when little is written about someone, you know, basically, the next base thing you can do is to examine the lives. They were intertwined with to at least get some insight into their life. And a fair amount was written about her husband's especially the last two mostly the second this guy. Twenty one year old Delfin remarried on June sixteenth eighteen o eight to amend name Jean Pierre. Paulin blank who is an attorney banker lawmaker slave trader and as you'll see soon pirate Adelphia John Blunk would have four children together who were born in the residence at four nine Royal street. Currently idea Mannheim antiques in New Orleans occupies at. Address if you wanna stop in check it out. What is such a fun city that way rare for America place with the residents of someone who lived a few hundred years ago is still around and use today. I mean, I know in Europe, you know, place like that or a dime a dozen, but pretty special still on the side of the Pont del phen-. Gent's eldest daughter Marie Louise zone. Their other three children's names were John Lewis. No, yeah. John louis. Leonard Lowery is the name. He would end up with later. Louis. Marie law blank. And Marie Louis. Pauline blunk. Delfin Laurie's mother Marie John died of natural causes the year before in February twenty six h no seven and left. Her daughter thirty three thousand dollars that will become her dowry. In addition to whatever actually was technically thirty three thousand and seventy dollars, which is a lot of money in that time. In addition to whatever accumulation of slaves Blunk manage on his own. He was also gifted twenty-six more slaves by dolphins father at the time for wedding. Also in eighteen zero eight gene blank was gifted his first plantation so strange to me to be gifted actual people at wedding. It's such a different time it sometimes feels like a completely different world little Baxter. Mr. blank who sounds like a French clue character? It was Mr. blank in the foyer with a both heen Hamma. Gene block came to New Orleans ain't zero three..
"marie john" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Blue Cross Blue shield, a jersey, Novo Nordisk and the American dairy association. Joe Boylan, I said it was a tall task probably the tallest so far. We've not even played ten minutes yet Michigan's got twenty five points on the board. And they've barely missed. They've been terrific. I mean, they're number one defensively. They're number one offense the way they're playing tonight. These numbers are incredible eight for ten from from. Before four for five from three five five from the free throw line. Rutgers has not turn the ball over Rutgers has gotten good shots or five for fourteen for Michigan's just playing another level. And that last shot by Matthews got the ball on the low post just spun away really at tough shot and just buried it. Nine points already. Good good time out for coach, Michael. Tone is players. Hey, just hanging there. Come on. We're playing at home. Let's just get it back. One basket at a time. Jio Baker with the basketball, flip it left side for Peter kiss long-sidelined bounce pass top of the key. For shack. Carter flip it right for McConnell McConnell, right? Elbow Bausch past Carter faked. A baseline jumper guarded by test. Ski works his way in defense helps John book. No good and he's called for steps. So there's your first turnover. Turnover doesn't hurt as much except you lose the possession. They're taking the ball out of bounds or not going the other way home Marie checks in four miles Johnson. Eleven fifteen to play in the first twenty five ten Michigan. Nobody shoots eighty percent for the whole game. But they certainly came out and punch. Rutgers. That's for sure now Rutgers history spawned Matthews down low for livers, low left block guarded by. All Marie John book with the right hand is good. They are now nine of eleven shooting. Great execution, though, got into low block got Eugene underneath the basket nothing. He could do about it. Now a foul called on the outside. And you'll get the Bronx cheer from the crowd because we played almost ten minutes. And that's the first foul on Michigan. It'll be on testy, obviously, his first and that will also bring brand in John's back into the game is testimonial said. Mcconnell will throw in on the near side right by the rack logo. And does so to Baker. Twenty seven ten Michigan. Peter kiss top of the key Hannibal off to McConnell takes it between the circles back to the right side steps back beyond the three point line. Now, we'll drive in spin in the paint falling down and he's called for steps. Michigan doing a very good job. Jerry, cutting off the passing lanes McConnell that time got the ball and on the right hand side. Tried to go to the baseline good defense force them back to the middle took a dribble into the middle blow. The foul line. Look for somebody to pass to. There was nobody there just really good defense by Michigan McConnell and kissed come out dourson back. And so as bond says Mathis Ron Harper junior has come back into the game as well. Ten twenty nine to play in the first twenty seven ten Michigan who are nine of eleven shooting. That's eighty two percent to start. That's right. Eighty two percent. Livers, flip it, right. For brooks. Brooks to the left now. Top of the key to the foul line has the shot blocked away by dourson with the little scoop toss and Michigan will inbound in the left corner. Shaquille dourson has been doing that all season long. Unofficially twenty six blocks on the season. Now with that one. Mcconnell has come back in. Weird pull hit the deck. No foul called it. Must just slip down three in the shot clock. Matthews driving runs over all Marie offensive foul. Terrific job by gene. Anticipating shot clock running down Matthews getting the ball to has circle just put his head down. And just drove it. Bras, daisy is back in for Michigan Brooks, sits and Matthews. Sits down as well in Simpson who hasn't done much tonight junior at just had a triple double playing at a very very high level. One of the best gorge in the big ten reaching the midway point here in the first half twenty seven ten Michigan. Oh, Marie looking the lob the ball down. Low cannot takes it to the right elbow picks up his dribble now to Ron Harper junior. Harper. Two dribbles back to me steps to the foul line spinning and Simpson. Almost took it away. Marie gets it back and lays it in as he moves or right around bras data's and it's twenty seven twelve Michigan with nine thirty six to play in the half. How did you get that basket? That was a heck of a may play by Eugene. Livers has it on the near side. Up top throw for John's now for Simpson Simpson. Top of the key turn, right nothing. Doing come back to the left for pull shot clock at thirteen calls for the screen. John sets it picks up his dribble. Cross-court pass to Simpson. Shot clock at six he recognizes Shacklock now at four being guarded by McConnell the runner off last. Oh, my away from the basket. Unbelievable. That's an incredible shot. Simpson's maybe six feet McConnell, six six just shut it over. And now Matt this past dourson sails out of bounds, and they're gonna call a foul before on Michigan. So Rutgers will keep possession. So livers picks up the personal has I twenty nine twelve. Michigan. Poop started this game. Ten for thirteen. Eight fifty two to go on the first it's not perfection, but was pretty close pretty close. Really very impressive start. You really have the sense everything. They drop is going right now. So that that flash dry was amazing mattress pounds past low left blocks for Marie by works. His way in the right hand off the front of the rim down for two for Eugene Marie who's got six points, and it's twenty nine fourteen again good shot. Going over his his left shoulder. Get presents. Here's pulled driving and kicking website Simpson. He'll drive baseline cut off their by dourson inside look kicked away. Heads McConnell the league pass patted down by Brazil McConnell, gets back fights Mathis wide open goes up for the dunk, but he's fouled from behind by libbers. Who thought it was a clean block and? It's probably lucky for Michigan. They call the foul because math is picked up the loose ball. I would have had an easy lay in oil to what looks like a clean block block. Yep. And so my math is we'll go to the free throw line where he is sixty one percent on the season. He will get to first free throws for Rutgers tonight. First one is no good. Matthew's comes back into the game for Michigan. And so test ski as livers will sit. And so does John's. There comes the second free. Throw for Mathis puts it up one for two for Montanez twenty nine fifteen Michigan eight twelve to play here in the first cages style, just play four minutes. Try cut. Four points off this league. Bowl flip it right for Simpson. Fell on extended getting to the right elbow picks up his dribble. Need some help finds pull takes to the foul line. Download testy baseline jumper short for rebounded by dourson. I had to McConnell on the left side line one of their easier. Shots I missed that. One McConnell top of the cane out of the right elbow, pick up his dribble. Swing the pass. Inside. Marie spins jump off the glass. No good test. The weeks out rebound. Had to Simpson Simpson. Run on the floor. Rutgers is back Simpson. Top of the key left to the lane. Kick out for pool guarded by Harper gets around them pass down low for Matthews out percents that a wide open three. Wow. Great ball movement by Michigan very impressive. They lead thirty two fifteen there. Now five of six from three seven sixteen to play in the first home on top of the cage. Handoff McConnell McConnell inside. The foul line swing. The Nola pass to Marie who lays it up at eight around pesky who never saw the pants. Great pass by. Can we get a whistle? Rutgers cutting the deficit the fifteen thirty two to seventeen all Maruti with eight points now on the night, and we will get a time out seventy two to play in the first Michigan thirty two Rutgers seventeen..
"marie john" Discussed on Female Criminals
"In July, nineteen sixty five sixteen year old Sylvia likens and her fifteen year old sister, Jenny were taken in by single mother. Gertrude banish chefs ski by Tober Sylvia was dead, Sylvia. Endured months of abuse, torture and mutilation before she was killed Gertrude instigated much of the abuse. But what makes this crime more incomprehensible is that several of the banish Heff ski children as well as friends and neighborhood children had tortured and hurt Sylvia as well. On many occasions. Neighbors heard screams coming from the house, but didn't wanna pry several people learned about the escalating abuse. But they didn't know how bad it was or got it wasn't their business to ask Sylvia and Jenny even had opportunities to get help or escape, but they never went through with it in this. Episode will talk about Gertrude banish, chefs key and Sylvia likens their past in their circumstances. And the first few months of Sylvia's day at the banner chef ski home will sift through what might have motivated Gertrude behavior. And why Sylvia didn't simply get help or run away. In part two will piece together what happened to Sylvia during the last few weeks of her life, then we'll cover the trial of the six defendants sentenced for murder and manslaughter, including Gertrude, two of her children and three other neighbors. Gertrude banish. Chefs key was born Gertrude Nadine van Foshan in nineteen twenty nine little is known about her childhood, though, she was said to have a close bond with her father, but a distant relationship with her mother when she was eleven Gertrude witnessed the sudden death of her father when he suffered a heart attack before Vanessa talks about Gertrude psychology as she will throughout this episode. I brief disclaimer Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for the show. Multiple studies have shown associations between childhood trauma and later, psychological, distress psychiatric disorders and depression. A traumatic experience is according to the American psychiatric association one that threatens death or injury to self or others and elicits intense. Feelings of fear helplessness or horror examples of traumatic events include physical or sexual abuse. Use combat witnessing violence or disaster. Or the sudden death of a loved one Gertrude witnessing her father's death at such a young age might have influenced her later, psychological issues when Gertrude was sixteen. She dropped out of high school to marry eighteen-year-old police deputy, John banish chefs gay and the following years. John worked as a police officer and Gertrude clerked drugstores and dime stores Gertrude and John had four children during this time Paula Stephanie Johnny and Marie John senior had a violent temper and would often beat her true. If you felt she was annoying him after the birth of her second daughter, Stephanie in nineteen fifty Gertrude had what was at the time called a nervous breakdown. She was admitted to a hospital for two weeks mostly because she wasn't eating enough and had become dehydrated. According to psychiatrist, Dr Gail Saltz. The term nervous breakdown was used. Decades ago to describe symptoms like depression, anxiety and even psychosis that seriously impair function in the nineteen fifties. Women with postpartum depression were often given the diagnosis of nervous breakdown. According to the National Institute of mental health postpartum, depression is a mood disorder that affects fifteen percent of women after childbirth when levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone quickly drop. This leads to chemical changes in the brain causing symptoms like mood. Swings. Feeling sad. Empty are overwhelmed. Eating too little and experiencing anger rage. A woman is more at risk of she has a lack of strong emotional support from her partner or family this appeared to have been the case for Gertrude after ten years of marriage in nineteen fifty five Gertrude and John divorced Gertrude. Was granted custody of the children within a year. She married another man named Edward. Guthrie? This marriage was short lived lasting only, six months. Guthrie divorced protrude. When he tired of having her children around shortly, thereafter Gertrude, and John vanish chef ski started living together again, but never formally remarried. We don't know why Gertrude and John reconnected, but Gertrude as a single mother with four children to take care of and no job skills likely needed to rely on a partner as her only means of.
"marie john" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I thought I would throw this out there. There are two teams in the NBA or in the NFL who have male cheerleaders. You're listening to Caspian Los Angeles. Jesse your Dez is a cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, and for the Rams Napoleon Jenny's and Quinton Perron is the guy that we've seen the guys that we've seen during the course of the season. Yeah. Do you think that male cheerleaders will be a regular thing on every NFL team someday? I don't know if they'll be in every NFL team. I have no problem with them being on the Rams my high school team had won Melchior alert. Yeah. Well, college was colleges. Have a lot of Melchior. Yeah. And if a guy wants to try out and be part of the cheerleading squad, why not some of the funniest people? I knew at UCLA were yell eaters. Yes. So I yeah. I mean, I I don't think this is a thing. Do you? It's a thing. How that it would be unusual if every team had male cheerleaders. I think it would actually think you know, if it's really about dancing than there are guys can dance just as well as right as women. Can't so go to Madonna concert. Yeah. For answers are men. Yes. So I I would be in favor of of adding male dancers to cheerleading squads it. They brought us luck. There you go. Yeah. What's it say that the only team in the ocean, you say the saints Adam to say the saints, and the Rams the Rams have do they go, and those are the two that made it to the championship to Napoleon genie's and Quinton Perron for playing a role in a little credit fast track. All right mates. A jury has a warded a Miami hotel dishwasher. Twenty one point five million finding that her employer violated her religious rights by repeatedly, scheduling her to work. On Sundays and ultimately firing her but a cap on punitive damages prevents her from receiving anywhere near close to that amount. Marie john. Pierre is a mother of six a member of the soldier of Christ Church. A Catholic missionary group that helps the poor Pierre said in a lawsuit. She informed the Conrad Miami from the beginning of her employment. She can't work Sundays because we're religious beliefs sometime in twenty fifteen the kitchen manager at the Conrad demanded peer work, Sundays Pierce said she was fired for alleged misconduct negligence and unexcused absences, although there is a cap on punitive damages in federal court peers attorney said he expects you'll receive at least half a million dollars to questions here. The jury didn't know there was a cap, what do you think of them giving her twenty one million? You know, juries are really really unpredictable. Yeah. You just went through this. And I don't think you can forecast. What? In fact, they are going to award and their abilities are pretty broad in..
"marie john" Discussed on Here & Now
"The school's board of trustees said that teach oud pie will be the schools new. Interim president following an announcement by John angler that he would resign from that position. Angler had come under fire after saying last week that Larry Nassar's victims were enjoying the spotlight. You'll remember that Nassar is the former USA gymnastics team doctor who was convicted of sexual abuse. And is serving a decades long sentence in prison. Nassar also worked at Michigan State University. Joining us now is Marie we'd Meyer whose editor in chief of the student newspaper there. The state News Marie John Engler is the former Republican governor of Michigan. He's now the second MSU president the first being Lou an assignment to step down following the Nassar scandal. What's the feeling on campus? Today, the feeling on campus is very surprised when the new board was appointed. Nobody expected any changes actually happen. So a lot. The students are very excited about the change. Have you talked with any Nassar survivors? How are they processing this? This overall do seem to be happy. I don't want to speak on behalf of all of them. But one of the reporters at the state new spoke with Rachel Denhellender yesterday. And she was very much an approval of the change. What do we know about sativa who's going to take over as interim president? He's a former dean of emiss- us college of engineering he served in the position for quite a few years. And then he also served as an executive vice president the university. So he's been around for quite a while on a machine campus at he's going to be interim president what do we know about the search for a permanent president for Michigan state right now the timeline for permanent? President is the president posts being named in gene twenty nineteen. We are unsure if that will still be the case just because the new interim president there might be some changes. We're not really sure how that will play out. But sativa. Today after the meeting that he is not interested in becoming gimmicks. She's permanent precedent, and we should note. No word from John angler about this resignation. But he did submit an eleven page letter to the board of trustees blaming his ouster on politics and touting his accomplishments since coming on board. How's that going over? For the most part people what I've seen on social is that people are very surprised that he submitted an eleven page letter. And I've also seen a lot of people talking just talking in outrage about the fact that eleven page letter seemed to be a list of things he had accomplished on campus. And a lot of people are saying that they don't believe he actually accomplish the thing ceased doing or what he said he did accomplish was not actually good things. What about just the general sense on the campus? Is it starting to heal after this terrible scandal of sexual abuse by Larry Nassar? Now, two presidents ousted. I think campus is starting to heal. There's a lot less conversation. All the time about how that ministration is not doing the correct thing. Overall, people do seem to think the university is moving in corrector action. And there are still ribbons of support -til ribbons different -til things around campus, but it's not constantly on everybody's minds anymore from what I've seen with different students. You're able to just focus on going to school. Yes. Which is something that has not been able to be our focus for oil. That is Marie we'd Meyer whose editor in chief of the student newspaper at Michigan State University. It's called the state news where he thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me..
"marie john" Discussed on Here & Now
"The school's board of trustees said that set teach oud pie will be the schools new. Interim president following an announcement by John angler that he would resign from that position. Angler had come under fire after saying last week that Larry Nassar's victims were enjoying the spotlight. You'll remember that Nassar's the former USA gymnastics team doctor who was convicted of sexual abuse. And is serving a decades long sentence in prison. Nassar also worked at Michigan State University. Joining us now is Marie we'd Meyer whose editor in chief of the student newspaper there. The state News Marie John Engler is the former Republican governor of Michigan. He's now the second MSU president the first being Lou an assignment to step down following the Nassar scandal. What's the feeling on campus? Today, the feeling on campus is very surprised when the new board was appointed. Nobody expected any changes actually happen. So a lot. The students are very excited about the change. Have you talked with any Nassar survivors, are they processing this. This overall do seem to be happy. I don't want to speak on behalf of all of them. But one of the reporters at the state new spoke with Rachel Denhellender yesterday. And she was very much an approval of the change. What do we know about sativa who's going to take over as interim president? He's a former dean of emiss- us college of engineering he served in the position for quite a few years. And then he also served as an executive vice president the university. So he's been around for quite a while on a machine campus at he's going to be interim president what do we know about the search for a permanent president for Michigan state right now the timeline for permanent? President is the president posts being named in gene twenty nineteen. We are unsure if that will still be the case just because the new interim president there might be some changes. We're not really sure how that will play out. But sativa. Today after the meeting that he is not interested in becoming gamma, she's permanent precedent, and we should note. No word from John angler about this resignation. But he did submit an eleven page letter to the board of trustees blaming his ouster on politics and touting his accomplishments since coming on board. How's that going over? For the most part people what I've seen on social media is that people are very surprised that he submitted an eleven page letter. And I've also seen a lot of people talking just talking outrage about the fact that eleven page letter seemed to be a list of things he had accomplished on campus. And a lot of people are saying that they don't believe he actually accomplish the thank ceased doing or what he said he did accomplish was not actually good things. What about just the general sense on the campus? Is it starting to heal after this terrible scandal of sexual abuse by Larry Nassar? Now, two presidents ousted. I think campus is starting to heal. There's a lot less conversation. All the time about how that ministration is not doing the correct thing. Overall, people do seem to think the university is moving in corrector action. And there are still ribbons of support -til ribbons different -til things around campus, but it's not constantly on everybody's minds anymore from what I've seen with different students. You're able to just focus on going to school. Yes. Which is something that has not been able to be our focus for oil. That is Marie we'd Meyer whose editor in chief of the student newspaper at Michigan State University. It's called the state news where he thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me..
"marie john" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In that likely means you and your family might be doing some binge-watching in the coming days. So it's a perfect time for Jeffrey Brown to give us a sampling of the year's best TV traditional and otherwise it utterly impossible for anyone to keep up with all the offerings on television streaming these days, but we have asked the impossible if two leading TV critics to give us a few of the years, bashed. Eric Dagens is with NPR and Sonia Suraia is with Vanity Fair. Welcome back to both of you. So we we asked you for your list, you both had killing eve, which is BBC America. Eric you start. Why did you love that one? So this is an espionage show that turns every convention about espionage thrillers on his head asandra. Oh is amazing as this sort of desk bound low level worker for British intelligence who somehow figures out how to track this amazing super assassin played by Jodie Comber. And somehow they had this mutual attraction that they're attracted to each other in a way, and they're a cat and mouse game kind of evolves where they're each try to catch each other and trying to avoid each other. And I just think it's a wonderful subversion of all these espionage, thriller tropes that we. Okay. We've got a short clip. Let's take a look I said, it was probably a woman. Cameron wasn't misogynist and a sex trafficker. He may not have considered a passing woman threat. She must have been able to get close. Thank you. Sonja? Why did you love this one? Just the fact that it's a woman tracking another woman, and then of course, Jodi comer who plays the assassin figures out that this woman is trying to catch her and says she starts like stalking her back. And there's something really interesting there about the way that women compete with each other, which is a different sort of subtle kind of aggression. And I think the show is very funny actually in how it presents these two women competing and sort of trying to one up each other. It's a very fun and very unpredictable show in that way. Okay. So out of the let's say million jerick give us a one or two other favorites. So I loved Barry, which is a show on HBO by Bill Hader used to be on Saturday Night Live, and he plays this guy who sort of working as a low level assassin, and he decides he wants to try being an actor when he follows a guy that he's supposed to kill into an acting class, and it's the darkest of dark comedies. But somehow Bill hater. Makes it work. I also loved homecoming this wonderful show starring Julia Roberts on Amazon where she plays this woman, who's kind of frazzled middle-management person running a program that's corporate run, but funded by the government that's supposed to be helping you a soldier's slowly she figures out there's a dark side to the program. It's a wonderful fast paced short episode drama. Okay. Sonya? What have you got for us? So my favorite show of the year is the good place, which is now in its third season NBC, it's a network sitcom where everyone's died, which is a really weird premise, but Kristen balance the lead and the demon that that is imprisoning them in hell more or less called the bad place on the show is played by Ted Danson TV comedy veteran. It's a really funny really weird show about existential crises all of the characters. Have to grapple with the fact that they weren't good when they were alive, and that's why they're in the bad place. But then they're trying to figure out loopholes to maybe escape it. It's a fun show. And then my other pick is this drama on FX called pose which is a it's kind of a period piece set in the eighties. It takes place in the queer ballroom scene in New York, which was where all of the drag Queen culture that you see on like repulse drag race. The verbal tics of of that community. All started in the scene that was all of these people who were marginalized out of their own communities and their own families and came together to find a way to create a community such an incredibly inclusive show, but also like really rending it takes place at the height of the aids crisis. It's a really interesting show worth checking out. Okay. So that's a good segue. Because we asked both of you to pick a great performance that stood out for you. And Eric you picked the actor MJ Rodriguez impose, let's take a look, I did a clip. The greatest pain a person. The greatest tragedy on life can experience. Truth inside of you. And you not being able to share it is having a quaint beauty. And no one there to see it. This young boy has been discarded, and he is so young. He believes that it has something to do with who he is Eric what you love here. So when you watch pose, and you see this story that Sonya described unfold, you have the sense that you're seeing a star born when you watch in j do what she does. So well playing Lanka. She she. Of course, you could tell from the clip Desam amazing acting work. But we're at a point now where there's a lot of pressure and advocacy to have transgender characters played by transgender actresses and actors, and she's doing an amazing job proving the kind of authentic performance, you get when you take care and you make sure to cast people who are transgender in transgender roles. She's just done an amazing job on the series. All right, Sonia. You picked. Amy Adams, the well known from films as well. As television in sharp objects the drama. Let's take a look at a clip. I. Wind gap. Okay. Missouri. Spent distance from Tennessee where it is asked. What it's like. Small populations how the two thousand for years only real industries how him so you got your money and your trash trash from Sonya very different from what we've seen her do before. I think oh, absolutely. It's like the dark side of Amy Adams. But Amy Adams does such a great job of showing you how vulnerable and how fragile this character is and the story takes her back to her hometown where she has to confront a lot of hard treats her family in about the place that she's come from. And so you really get to see, you know, EMMY Adams takes you on this journey into like this character is like worst nightmares, and she's really just such an incredible performer. It's a real treat to watch her and Trump. All right. So finished with that question. We like to ask that the the show that was completely. And you think sadly overlooked the one you really wanna tell us about to go back and look for Eric. I would say sorry for your loss. Which is a show. That's on Facebook watch it stars Elizabeth Olsen. You may remember her from the avengers movies as the scarlet witch. But this is a very tender and emotional drama where she plays a young widow who's lost. Her husband and is struggling to cope, Janet mcteer place. Her mother Kelly Marie John is great as her adopted sister. And it's just a sense of what happens to a family when you have a tremendous loss. And then you have someone who is struggling to cope and how it can affect everyone in that family. And it's on Facebook watch, which is a new platform that people may not be used to watching original shows on just another new platform for us to get used to. Sonya? What sonia? What's your choice? So mine is actually a film. But it was a film that was never released the accurately. It's called the tail Laura Dern stars in it, and she's playing actually the director of the film who created a fictionalized story of the process that she went to when she realized that their relationship that she had what she was thirteen years old was actually this terribly exploitative and abusive one. But then also shows you as an adult how she starts learning how to grapple with those memories and trying to understand what it means to be a survivor of sexual assault. And I think it delves into a lot of stuff that we talk about in the news right now in a very, personal and heart wrenching way. It's absolutely worth checking out. All right. I don't know how you to do it to keep up with all of this. But thank you for helping us out. So on your psoriatic Dagens. Thanks again. Thank you. Thank you. We wanted to take time tonight.
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"Were kids gap and the lady said there was an active shooting and she close the doors to the back. And then after everything was cleared. Police escorted SEAL authorities say a fight between two groups in the mall spilled outside where one shooter from each group opened fire some cars were struck by bullets. But no people which is a really for Anthony who works at the target store located at the mall, and there was a little nerve racking. My initial response was make sure no one got hurt. You know hurt anyone else? Trying to leave the store running out. He describes the scene as panic during the shooting, with the exception of a few stories the mall remained closed for the rest of the night in Springfield. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. The White House says it will prevent a caravan of central Americans from crossing into the US vice President Mike Pence at a rally in West Virginia. I had a message for governments along the way turn that. Caravan around or American financial aid to Central America is over thousands of people who are attempting to trade their hardship in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras for the chance to be granted asylum in Mexico, if not the US correspondent Adriana Diaz in Hidalgo, Mexico, countless migrants, mostly from Honduras slept overnight on this bridge that stretches from Guatemala to Mexico. On friday. The massive group tore down a fence allowing some people to stream through their reasons are clear, according to this Honduran migrant Marie. John. He said, there's hunger corruption, insecurity and uncertainty. That's forcing endurance to leave our country because we can't live there anymore. The president has vowed to seal off the border and call up the military should the caravan push its way north toward the US. Pennsylvania state Senator plans to introduce a Bill designed to sharply reduce use a plastic straws KYW's. Pat Loeb has more Senator Dalen Leach since the ratio of a plastic stress usefulness to its environmental impact demands rethinking the product you use one time for five minutes, they can then sit around in an ocean for a thousand years or more is not alone. There's been a campaign to voluntarily reduce plastic stri use his Bill would help by barring food vendors from placing straw, dispensers in public areas and handing them out only on request Bill does not ban plastic straws. If you say, can I have a straw? They give you a straw. That's perfectly legal each announced his plan in Narberth because last week it passed a local law regulating, plastic straws in plastic bags mayor. Andrea Deutsch says she hopes others follow suit. We've tried to set an example of the teens. We wish to see in this world hat lobe KYW NewsRadio at seven oh five time to check weather. The Dan.
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"Guy on my list, but not first or second because I thought there's no way makes and I didn't need him most things I was like, if my third pick comes around and he's still there, I'll take it. Marlin MAC, I, I know. I know he is so much more talented than the other two guys. They're in Indianapolis. They're basically smaller guys. They are just pass receivers, but Marla MAC and receive as well. And I think if he's to get healthy, I've got a number one guy there and I that, you know, last week it's just a preview and then we're just gonna keep. He's just gonna get used more and more of the plant. So I fully expect him to be a not. I'm not going to be one of the best running backs, but a top running back where he could be getting you fourteen fifteen points in a week and that and that's what you need right now. Yeah, I literally changed it right, probably went to bed. I was going to pick up the tavis Murray just because I have cook. So latavius earlier in the year I had him, I played and we got me like three points. Yeah. And that was his break? Yeah, I don't know. I mean, it should be good. But yeah, I, I like the Marlin MAC pickup just because I think I think there's more upside there. Yeah, cooks, I think cooks coming back. I think he's gonna start playing Marie. John picked up latavius Murray. Actually. The next two running backs are handcuffs to my guys. I have Coleman, which is now the starting running back in Atlanta. And yeah, and Koran picked up ITO Smith. Dan. What I'm saying. He is going to be the goal line guy which sucks for me having Coleman. But is this a bench player for crying or is he put him in the lineup? Oh, we'll have to look up to look ahead when we talk about his is match up. Next, we'll see, but he's only a by. He's only a by fill in for me. And then. Craig picking up somebody calling crazy, but was was Marcus Goodwin not already on Craig's team earlier in the year. I think you're thinking of Godwin from. Tampa Bay. I I, the key had marquees I- somebody's had monkeys Goodwin at some point this year. This is not the first team he's been on. I felt like Craig had him. I didn't have a claim for Goodwin, but he was definitely on my radar this week, so I don't think that's a terrible pickup. I didn't have a claim form. He definitely had the next guy on the way. He definitely had Chris Thompson on his team. He drafted him. Oh, really? Yeah. Which which I don't think he's been very. He's been injured this year, but a guy who can catch ten fucking passes a game and get one a run. So Terry. Oh, good luck part of the offense each week. I think the Thompson is a is a bench guy from earn super. I think it's get. Yeah, I think it's got you pick up and you hold onto for a bit. I don't. I don't think terriers teams good enough. I don't think you need that guy, but I don't know why. I mean, I, I know. 'cause I'm, I'm so he's not paying attention, but if I'm if I'm pancakes, that's a that's a pickup go for pancakes..
"marie john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Higher the price for lewis city council wants to cap that surge pricing uber lifts say it would be the first city in the country to do so the measures not final it's still has to go to the mayor for signature or veto failed arman reporting but uber says the move is a solution in search of a problem and says no one has complained about the apps pricing model a sixty three year old woman serving life without parole for drug offenses has left federal prison in alabama alice marie john johnson's sentence was commuted by president trump following an appeal from kim kardashian johnson spent more than two decades behind bars and she says she is thankful for another chance at life roe financial market asian markets were higher by the closing bell both the nikkei and the hang sang up more than eight tenths of a percent us futures contracts trading higher this is n npr news this is wnyc in new york and morning i'm richard hake six oh four sixty one degrees overcast skies highs near seventy three degrees today with partly sunny skies house democrats are pushing for an independent review of the federal response to hurricane maria and the damage to puerto rico last fall wnyc's washington correspondent john o'connor reports new york representative badgering s by says members of congress still can't get accurate information about the number of deaths in puerto rico instead he says they have to rely on studies published in medical journals how do we government have to rely on private institutions to do our job espaillat democrats want the commission to review the entire response including difficulties restoring power.
"marie john" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Lewis city council wants to cap that surge pricing uber and lifts it would be the first city in the country to do so the measures not final it's still has to go go to the mayor for signature or veto bill dorman reporting but uber says the move is a solution in search of a problem and says no one has complained about the apps pricing model a sixty three year old woman serving life without parole for drug offenses has left federal prison in alabama alice marie john johnson's sentence was commuted by president trump following an appeal from kim kardashian johnson spent more than two decades behind bars and she says she is thankful for another chance at life role financial markets asian markets were higher by the closing bell both the nikkei and the hang sang up more than eight tenths of a percent us futures contracts trading higher this is npr news in chicago tensions are high in south side neighborhood after police shot and killed amanda during a confrontation wednesday officials say the man was armed but some people who were there at the time disagree in some at the scene claim the man was shot in the back as he ran from officers witness joseph lambeth so he chased them prices confess police were on a narcotics mission and say during a confrontation the man was shot the officer involved in the shooting has been put on administrative leave an actor believed to be the last surviving munchkin from the movie the wizard of oz has died jerry moran died last week in san diego california he was ninety eight years old npr's neda ulaby has more jerry merit was one of three tough guys and checkered shirt he tapped danced up to judy garland.
"marie john" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"We need you right now our hearts are very heavy out of respect for the families and fellow officers adele's police department says they are not releasing the officer's names at this time or their conditions as you can imagine this department is reeling from the deaths of five officers on july seventh of two thousand sixteen when four dvd officers were shot and a dark officer was shot many officers still dealing with the emotional impact of that and now this so tonight they are simply as cheap hall said asking for prayers reporting live rebeca lopez kelly all right rebecca tonight we know those officers were rushed into surgery and let's get right to maria savater she live at presbyterian hospital where they were taken to marie john and izzie we received that last update just before eight o'clock tonight that all three patients the two officers and the loss prevention officer were in surgery here at texas health presbyterian and while we waited for word outside of the hospital we watched as officers from the dallas department showed up to show their support and comfort each other we also saw departments from fort worth well over north texas representing now the last time that mayor mike rawlings spoke about hardship on this campus it was the bola crisis tonight he was back and said he was not sharing details about the three victims or their conditions for the sake of their families and his frustration over today's violence was clear i am continue to be upset the lack of respect of our police in the city in our country and now is the moment that we can lift them up and i ask you to do this she mentioned that she feels very confident in the care that all three are receiving tonight we're also standing by because we do expect a press conference here updating this case shortly will be sure to bring it to you live tonight in dallas where we surveyed channel eight new thank you very much we've seen so much support will down now this and we'll go live to channel eight for the press conference in a moment and so it's chris crock of course wba p a very difficult night tonight with finding out at about four fifteen tonight we heard more from rebecca lopez on channel eight we.
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"I can tell you having lived there and living there now more more or less um and john sheme kosova illinois again illinois so those are the republican conference committee people who are going to be rewriting this legislation the democrats who you know be calm encourage don't but it's they're going to fight the good fight are and these were appointed by nancy pelosi are richard neil of massachusetts and tip of the hat by the way too soon other could for pulling this together for me and the chat room richard neil of massachusetts sander levin of michigan lloyd dogan of texas raul grijalva of arizona who is amazing i mean he in montmartre pocono the are the two chairs the cochairs of the congressional progressive caucus and kathy caster a floor so those are those people and then over social security works on their on their page on facebook they've got this thing stop the gop tax scam these 36 republican representatives are key is stopping the geo tp tax scam call them now and i'll just give the list real quick tom a clinic done jeff denim if you hear a name that you did represents you call these guys david bell lat valid dale steve night ed royce meaning walters dana rohrabacher daryl i mike kaufman carlos curbello yuliana ross layton rod bloom bruce pollick when walter jones frank lobbed biondo chris smith lettered lance rodney fridolin hizam lease elven peter king dot dan donovan peter feeder exiting john pozo at least defined claudia tenny tom marie john 80 michael turner to dave in joyce ryan castillo patrick men bat brian pets fitzpatrick charlie debt will heard barbara comstock jamie butler and dave reichert so that's your list start calling we'll be right back you're listening to tom it the early one david.
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"Well thank you walk on the web talk back into the studio so what are you got planned for the day brie i'd love knack tian smack down hold was on oh okay so you're going to wsb's marie john see the fan i got it okay iit you're going act i i just thought maybe yours to smacking somebody down later happened day we can with cuba wave brooke is back in studio the heavens on ready yells to it okay you're time starts now for national pasta day a study recently found that america's number one favorite prostate spaghetti what is second tenet cheney a person who is able to use both hands with equal skill is called what emmett dexterous what's the smallest state in america by land area rhode island not only do airbags help passengers survived car crashes but there are also used to say people from what natural disaster hurricanes what do they call the first four moon in october blooming 952 what was the first toy ever advertised on television yulia in on time let's senate on over to the scoreboard and see how you guys did with jose why bologna you got one correct today three get your seventy win in a row graham sorry not win the money okay going to be okay go over the answers for national pasta day i study recently found america's number one favorite posse spaghetti second is very cheaney a person able to use both hands with equal skill is called a wizard an avid actress as a small state in america by land area rhode island not only do airbags how passengers five car crashes but they also help them survive avalanches what are they call the first before moon in october a harvest moon in ninety 52 what was the first wherever advertised on television that would be mr potato head brink didn't win the cash but just plain today you got to advance screening passes to see the new movie four rag narok starring chris hemsworth and cate blanchett okay well thank you very much take care half on a smack down and will play when perspex same time tomorrow first three jealousy chris soules races a simone fewer free he says eight another hour of seattle's number one hit music station michael subaru bill adt boy i first heard about usa shortly after i joined the military it's almost like usa was part of the navy family when we.
"marie john" Discussed on WTVN
"In the past hour two blackhawk helicopters were flying around new york city's staten island last night one of the two reported striking a drone at an altitude of five hundred feet both landed safely at london airport in new jersey two or more blades and the chopper or damaged with arizona's mckay came saying he opposes the latest republican repeal and replace obamacare bill it could be doomed abc's mary alice parks three republican novotes think this bell the republicans cannot lose one more the to to watch as susan collins of maine and send our leeson are caskey from alaska colin staff says she's leaning now and the new hello everybody mark levin our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one we're going to have judge roy moore on the program in the final hour of the program you know i endorsed him right after the republican primary where the first part of the republican primary having back mo brooks but it's time for everybody to rally round roy moore who i rally in iran immediately if we're ever going to make any changes in washington dc we gotta do at one stated a time one senator at the time one congressman at a time what can we do mark what can we do this is what we do but this hour i want to talk about healthcare now the fact of the matter is the democrats eighteen of them in the united states senate support socialist national healthcare eighteen of them and you and i both know if they take the united states senate a majority of them will support it and they use the budget process to get it there are already admitting aren't they they're obamacare doesn't work we already know obamacare doesn't work so rather than being circumspect stepping back saying you know what this direction is wrong they take it to the next level and as you know that's what progress abs do their policies cannot work because when you reject human nature when you reject knowledge when you'd reject reality and you're pushing a phony paradise you destroy you burn down you eviscerate and that's what they do as best i can tell the senate republicans you will never get a clean repeal because of susan collins lisa marie john mccain and there's only fifty to republicans in the senate.