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"marie louise" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:22 min | 6 months ago

"marie louise" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Taliban were supposed to cut ties with groups like Al Qaeda, stop attacking U. S troops and engage in dialogue with the Afghan government. In return, the U. S promised to pull out troops all troops by May 1st of this year. Now President Biden is suggesting the U. S may not meet that deadline. I'm in the process of making that decision now and still win. They'll leave. The fact is that that was not a very solid negotiated deal. President Biden speaking there yesterday on ABC. Well to understand what is going on here. We're joined by NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman. Hey, Tom. Hey, Mary Louise and NPR's DEA had deed from Islamabad covers Afghanistan force idea. Hello. I'm gonna let you start because it feels critical to start with just what is actually happening on the ground in Afghanistan right now. How are things there? Right, Well, the Taliban actually looking stronger than ever, reports indicate they're controlling more main roads around the country and in the cities, which ostensibly under government control. There's this continuing pattern of targeted assassinations and over 700 people being killed. That way in the past few months, and just in the past week, militants have also begun attacking government Busses they used by employees to free them around the city. In one incident, a bombing killed four female employees and a child. One of those women was heavily pregnant, and that child was her toddler. Ah, it's unimaginably awful. Saw the violence is bad, and it sounds like getting worse. What about these talks? We mentioned ongoing talks. They're supposed to be happening between the Afghan government in the Taliban right? Well, they've actually been moving quite slowly since they began in September, which appears to have hampered the withdrawal of more American forces from the country. And now the Biden team is engaging in this flurry of diplomatic activity today they attended they sent an envoy to attend on Afghan peace conference in Moscow. Hoping to hold two more conferences. It appears that they have Greenlee a move by the U. N to appoint a special envoy for Afghan peace. On the end goal of all this as far as we understand is that the bide administration wants the Afghan government. To form some sort of transitional body with the Taliban and they want the Taliban to accept a comprehensive ceasefire. Now, if those things look like they're clicking into place, the administration will be in a stronger position. Withdraw the remaining forces from Afghanistan, although, of course all kinds of questions about what the Afghan government is going to do, But Tom let me bring you in here with the U. S steak. How many troops does the U s have in Afghanistan right now? Well, Mary Louise, Officially the U. S is 2500 troops, but The New York Times is a reported the actual number is around 3500. Because you have additional special operations forces who are off the books working for the CIA or their for temporary periods of time. They're also another 7000 NATO troops, so a lot less than years ago when I would go there and you have tens of thousands of US troops. American military officials say they still have enough just enough troops to train Afghan forces at the higher unit levels and also go after Isis and Al Qaeda. And do we have any more detail on this suggestion from President Biden that the U. S might not pull all of its forces out by this May 1st deadline. Do we know when they would leave when we might get a decision? No. One everyone. Marie Louise, from Congress to NATO to the Afghan government is asking that same question in the answer will obviously come soon. The senses the U. S will not leave on May, 1st as a president hinted and because Military officials have said the Taliban have not lived up to the agreement to break with Al Qaeda and also they were threatening the cities, which some say is also against the agreement in the president said if the deadline were extended, it would not be by quote a lot longer. So what does that mean? A month six months longer than that the big challenges getting both sides to agree to what Biden want an interim government transitional government is, DEA said. And a cease fire by the Taliban. The Afghan government is opposed to an interim government. The Taliban has not shown a willingness to abroad. Cease fire unless they can share power in all foreign troops. Leave, huh dear, What's the view from from Afghanistan? How are Afghans reacting to this news? That may be the U. S is not going to be all out. By May, 1st. Think Mabley. Afghans feel relieved because without a solid peace agreement, the withdrawal of fine forces could cause Afghanistan to plunge deeper into war or even caused the state to collapse. And I spoke to one of the Afghan peace negotiators for your coffee, and she says, Frankly, they expected the delay and she blames the Taliban, she says. If they wanted that withdrawal so badly, they should have worked harder to negotiate peace. Have a listen if the Taliban were really in favor of Troops withdraw below. They should have stay committed to the dojo agreement in terms of reduction of fire lanes in terms off, speeding up and bringing some sincerity and some genuine kind of discussion into the negotiation table. This was something that they did not demonstrate. In fact, it took treatments to just finalize the rules of procedures. Three months just for rules and procedures. But the concern going forward is that the Biden administration might push both sides into a hastily shackle deal on Afghans say that just simply won't last. And all the gains they've made over the past two decades with an enormous amount of American involvement, money and blood might just fall apart. And that includes all the gains on women's rights. I just want to say and coffee is parting thought was this Americans are understandably impatient to leave Afghanistan on Afghans are impatient to peace. But she says, You just can't rush that. What is the Taliban? Say, though what has been their reaction to the U. S. Maybe not leaving by May 1st, right? Well, so far, they say they're watching and waiting, and experts like Andrew Watkins. On the international crisis Group who follows the Taliban says their response likely depends on whether they're being assuaged by the Americans that they're still serious about withdrawing. Have a listen depending on how the issue has been handled..

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"marie louise" Discussed on WLRN News

WLRN News

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"marie louise" Discussed on WLRN News

"Lucy and Kim in Moscow. Thanks to both my pleasure. Thanks, Marie Louise. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Black farmers have faced decades of discrimination at the hands of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, which has denied them loans and other aid. A discrimination lawsuit promised vital debt relief, but many didn't get it now. Despite some partisan resistance, black farmers and other disadvantaged groups are getting billions in debt relief and help Seth Bodine of member Station. K. O s U Reports. The newest stimulus bill includes $4 billion in debt relief and an additional billion for assistance that black farmers have been waiting on for decades. But it didn't come easy. 49 senators voted to strip or reduce the aid. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham was at the forefront of that effort as reparations. What does that got to do with covert? But for John Boy Junior who heads the National Black Farmers Association, it makes perfect sense. He says black farmers are facing extinction in the pandemic has made the situation worse when animals are facing extinction. Time was puts laws and place until their numbers come back up. But here we are been saying the same thing for I know I have for the past 30 some odd years, and Congress has been slow to act in the 19 nineties. Many black farmers were promised that relief that's part of a billion dollar settlement with the USDA, but many didn't get that money. Willer Tillman heads the Oklahoma Black Historical Research Project, he says while the lawsuit paid out money to some farmers, no internal changes were made to read out racism. I do not know. Where anybody was reprimanded for anything that they had doing that time. Priscilla James is a rancher in Boca, Oklahoma. She said she tried to get assistance from the farm service agency to clear her land. When she went into the office. The answer would always be the same. No, no license is available. None Come back later. You know, and you go back later. You get the same response. No, Nothing's available. Maybe in about 3 to 6 months. You know, maybe next year, you know, and you go over there Soft. You already know the answer. You could only be told no so many times till you're really discouraged from doing anything except What you can do..

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"marie louise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"marie louise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is NPR. Congressional reporter to reporter Claudia Chrysalis. Thank you so much, Claudia. Thank you. All right, Let me give a little update on the latest. We know about the situation at the U. S. Capitol. The Sun has no set in Washington, D C Hundreds of members of law enforcement that includes Capitol police. National Guard military They are taking control of the U. S Capitol. They are clearing protesters at this hour trying to clear them off the grounds ahead of tonight's curfew, which kicks in at 6 P.m. eastern time. So a little less than half an hour from now. Speaking earlier this evening, the police of the chief of police in Washington, Robert Conte, warned of legal consequences for the violent protesters. Today's events were not representation of peaceful protests today. What we witnessed was unlawful, riotous behavior in people that come to our city engaged in unlawful behavior will be held accountable. At this hour. Hundreds of protesters are still milling around outside the capital and along the National Mall and along Pennsylvania Avenue. President Trump has not released any sort of statement in over an hour. Now he did tweet. His last Tweet was sharing a minute long video, where he urged his supporters to remain peaceful. But he also repeated his lies about the November presidential election, which He lost. All right, Let's bring in Terry Gainer. Now Interrogator was chief of the Capitol police for four years and a Senate sergeant at arms. Terry Gainer. Hey there. Welcome to all things considered. Thanks, Marie Louise. Let me dive right in with the question. A lot of us are asking. No one seems to be able to answer yet. How could this have happened? We knew that protests were planned For today. There were indications that they might turn violent. How were they able to penetrate the capital? Well, there's some failures. We're gonna have to figure out Marie Louise and you know I was up there for nearly 10 years and those two positions so we've done a lot of things to try to make it secure. We've made suggestions from Security point of view that have been rejected, but all that that was standing Um they breached the capital. And I wouldn't have bet a million dollars that that would have been easily done or so easily done, So I had the definitely suspend my disbelief. And the Protesters were on the Senate now's floor, doing what they were doing that they were attacking the police officers in there. I was pleased that the police officers both inside and outside the building of the Capitol police. Did one of the primary jobs and that is to protect the leadership. The members in the staff that was standing how scary it was for everybody. We never like to see property damage, but that's secondary. To the main job of protecting people, but that having been said I feel like we security types have failed somehow to let this get this way in the dark president of the United States. Does not help any of us by inciting people as he did. Were you watching along, listening along with the rest of us as events inspired it transpired today, I'm sure was trying to move frankly between the channels and and reaching out and not interfering with both. The context in that people, you know, because, like I say, I lived and breathed that as many have of the security there. The House and Senate sergeant of Arms are personal friends of both. Dignified superior, former assistant directors of the Secret Service. The chief of the Capitol Police is a great guy who has a good staff that he once worked for me is my chief of staff when I was an MPD, so I'm confident in them. As I will be confident and how we're gonna have to dissect what went wrong. But I also think right now what they're concentrating on is ensuring the cat interior. The capital is secure. So with the reinforcements that were brought in by the Metropolitan Police Department, along with the Capitol police. I know they are doing a room, the room closet, the closet annex search. Of every inch of that capital, bringing in canines to do the canine searches. You would do for any devices that could be left in at some point, they will declare that building secure. Be able to let the leadership of the house and Senate get back to the business and then the other buildings. Forgive me. I was just about to ask if you were back in your old job. What would be you know? Order order order. What would be the first thing first few things on your to do list in terms of reestablishing order. What needs to happen right now? It would. It would be a very thorough search, and I mean a thorough search of every inch of that building. The same way we do actually before state of the union nearly the same way it's done each day with officers and canines. Um, but generally we know through cameras and security that no one on toward would've got into the building. Now that we know that so many got into the building and were roaming in so many places. They'll be deeper due diligence done to do that we will be They would be reviewing all the tapes and we do tape everything and they'll be looking at the listening devices. We have. Just to make sure the inside of the building is secure, and I believe they can do that. Between what? I'm sure they're doing it now and do it through the night while they again while we take care of the exterior of the building..

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"marie louise" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:56 min | 11 months ago

"marie louise" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Me. God is actually seeing when we sort of had a mask. Most guy you must, buddy, you know, Marie Louise, and here come a model that is asked to follow Doc and most up to get things I hate to go, but I will supermarket just days away. But if you say so, say so. Exit supermarket because he told Just do that. Morgan. Get out. Only good In particular. Getting Only You can't Yeah. What Come on. Candy. Good boy. And Eleanor Waxy does knowing thyself think. Oh, my God, You must walk to the problem guys soon. This meeting is over. Moon does so.

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Louisville preparing for another night of protests after Breonna Taylor decision

All Things Considered

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Louisville preparing for another night of protests after Breonna Taylor decision

"Of Louisville is bracing for another night of protests after Kentucky's attorney general said he would not charge three officers in the death of Briana Taylor. She is the black woman shot and killed by police in her apartment in March. The decision not to charge the officers involved drove demonstrators into the streets around the country. But it's Louisville. That is the center of this story. And that is where NPR's Adrian Florido is now. Hey there, Adrian. I'm a really describe to us what you are seeing. What you're hearing is you're out and about reporting on the streets there in Louisville. So, so far today, things have been calm. That was not the case. Last night, however, the streets of downtown Louisville were really tense as police worked to enforce and nine PM curfew and disperse crowds or furious Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement just before curfew, two officers were shot. Their injuries were non my threatening and the suspect was arrested. But this morning, Mayor Greg Fischer pleaded for peace. We never had control over what attorney General of the grand jury would do. We do have control over what happens next in our city, So I'm asking everyone to reject violence and join me and committing Ourselves to the work of reform for justice and for equity and do that now. And Adrian. How our people out on the streets protesting. How are they hearing that? How are they responding to that? I think that there is a lot of skepticism that meaningful change that the mayor is calling for if they participate will actually happen, You know, people here in Louisville protested for 120 days. Demanding that the three police officers who participated in the raid on Briana Taylor's apartment be charged with her murder. Instead. What they got was a grand jury and the state attorney general deciding to charge just one of those officers not for Taylor's death, but because the bullets that this officer fired into her apartment, entered the apartment next door and endangered the lives of Taylor's neighbors. This morning, I spoke to a man named Marcus Reed. He runs a barbecue joint near where Taylor was killed wasn't what he said. If it was may 20 years, But you know, this is police and he's not my skin color. They Just a slap on the wrist. They keep doing it. He told me that his friends and family are deeply resentful of the decision not to charge and that he would not be surprised if tensions on the streets actually actually grow worse after this, Yeah, well, I was going to ask where where my things go because people out protesting many of them had some pretty specific goals in mind. They weren't just angry. They wanted all of the involved officers to be fired and charged with murder. Which, as of yesterday seems to be off the table. So so where do things go now? Rights of the local investigation into Taylor's killing is complete. There will be no more charges Theater New general has said that but the police Department is continuing an internal investigation on whether the officers followed department protocols on the night of the raid. There's also an ongoing federal investigation. The FBI is looking into whether police violated Briana Taylor's civil rights and they're looking at How they obtained that warrant raid Taylor's apartment to look for drugs drugs that they did not find, And aside from that Kentucky's governor Andy this year, he is calling on the attorney general to release the evidence from his investigation against the officers. Here's what the governor said just a little while ago. I know the attorney general talks about the truth, and I talk about the truth. I think we ought to let the people of Kentucky see all of that evaluate and come to the truth. I believe that it is fully appropriate to do at this point in time, Put it all on line. The attorney general has said that he won't do that for now, because of the charges brought yesterday against the one former officer Onda also that pending FBI investigation so briefly, Adrian, you're watching for more protests there in Louisville tonight. There will be more protests. You know, The police say that they're going to continue to enforce the curfew, which is still in effect. Police say that they will do the same thing they did yesterday. They have today arrested more than 100 protesters yesterday. I should also say Marie Louise that we're expecting to hear from Briana Taylor's family tomorrow. NPR's Adrian Florido reporting from Louisville tonight. Thanks, Adrien.

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"marie louise" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was Louise and the other one was Selma. Hey, question to what theme park were the Griswolds heading to in 1985 vacation? Walley World Hey and Question three and won the best picture Oscar in 2019. Both. Um what's the name of that son of a gun? Cashmere velvet, Um, velvet. The Velveteen Rabbit final. Okay, let's go over the questions again. Number one. Susan Sarandon and Gina Davis. Which one was Selma and which was which one was Marie Louise. I'll get it right. Ah and Donna said Gina Davis was Thelma. Susan Sarandon was Louise. Steve said Gina Davis was Louise. Come on. Hey, on the Other one was Thelma. Donna was correct. Gina Davis, Vilma. Susan Sarandon was Louise. Okay, so we got one point for Donna. Now what? The Green book. What theme park where the Griswolds heading for a 1980 five's vacation. I tell you can I just jump in here for one second as I'm sitting here thinking, and I thought Clay road trip movies, that's and then the only thought that came to my head was I kid? You not what if he asks what theme park were They going to stay in my mind? I hope I didn't get that right. Well, you did. And so did Donna got two points. We'll question number three comes down to this. If it won the best picture Oscar in 2019. Donna didn't have an answer. Chris did not either I do now, you know, Steve said the Velveteen Rabbit final final answer. But then he figured out green book Thie answer was green book, But that means Donna got two questions. Right. So we've.

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"marie louise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"District, announced the indictment today. This is a case about a case about a murder that for nearly two decades had gone unanswered. And so today we begin to answer that question of who killed Jason myself. Attorneys for the two defendants could not be reached for comment, and several political candidates and rank and file voters were suing President Trump and the head of the postal Service for adequate funding for absentee and mail in ballots. The lawsuit, filed today in federal court alleges that Trump and Postmaster General Luis de Joy are trying to sabotage the November elections. Among the 16 plaintiffs are the incumbent New York State Senator Allesandro Biaggi. And the Democratic nominee for the 17th Congressional District. One DARE. Jones, The U. S Department of Justice has not responded to a request for comment tonight. Showers and thunderstorms otherwise alot around 67 degrees. Currently, it's 78 degrees, still mostly sunny in Central Park. Support for NPR comes from the Melville Charitable Trust, committed to ensuring all people have a safe, stable and affordable home that allows them to thrive more at Melville trust dot or GE. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Leila Fadel in Los Angeles and I married Louise Kelly in Washington Democrats kick off their National convention Tonight Thie event was supposed to draw tens of thousands of people to Milwaukee. The Corona virus pandemic scrambled those plans. So we have sent NPR political correspondent Scott de Tro And asthma. Khalid not to Wisconsin. But to Delaware, where Joe Biden will accept the Democratic nomination later this week. They join me now. Hey, Scott! Hey, Osma. Hey, there. Good afternoon. So we're going to a preview of what is now on all virtual event. There will be some live elements, some pre recorded elements asthma. What is this going to look like? What's it going to sound like? I mean, I think that that is the big question. Everybody has right. It's going to be two hours of a made for TV event and it's really going in some ways. Be that right? You're gonna have evil. Longoria, this actress who is going to give the introduction. You have musical acts. The speaker is the political speakers. Largely many of them are going to be recorded. And so I do think you'll have a really unusual sense compared to the usual pomp and circumstance. You expected a convention. You know when you talk about what the agenda is, the Democrats are really focused on addressing the crises facing the nation, especially the pandemic, and you have a couple of key governors Andrew Cuomo of New York and Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, who've been dealing with the pandemic who is slated to speak tonight. And the big focus for Democrats is to contrast what a Biden administrations leadership would feel like what it would be compared to what we've seen from the Trump Administration. All right, Well, let's look ahead to some of these speakers who will be taking the stage as it were tonight. And Scott, let me bring you in the keynote tonight is Michelle Obama, the former first lady. What is her task tonight? Michelle Obama is one of the most popular people in the country, let alone the Democratic Party. But she really has not fully engaged in the presidential campaign. Yet Barack Obama campaign within or endorse Joe Biden political eulogy the other week John Lewis's funeral, but this will really be the first that we're hearing from Michelle Obama directly when it comes to the campaign. Of course, she's been out there. She's got a great new podcast, among other things, but she hasn't really been doing campaigning. And, of course, Michelle Obama is a very powerful speaker. In 2016 she delivered what was maybe the most memorable speech of the campaign. Calling out Donald Trump's rhetoric and message with that memorable line when they go low. We go high, which we quote all the time in our house, another another speaker to ask you about because you covered him so much during the primary, Scott Ah, and that is Bernie Sanders, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who was hoping this would be his night. Do we know what he's going to say? Sanders source told me it will be a pretty simple message. The case not only for defeating Trump but also electing Joe Biden. Sanders knows a lot of his hard core supporters are ambivalent or may be suspicious about Biden even as they're very motivated to see President Trump lose. But this is such a different situation than 2016. Sanders has campaigned hard for Biden. They also worked together on that task force that really sent much of the platform that delegates are approving this week. So expect to hear Sanders talk about that and how those task forces moved bite into the left on climate change on health care on several other key issues. But of course, the part of Democrats are trying to have a broad appeal. Tonight. They're trying to appeal to Republicans who are kind of dissatisfied with President Trump. Maybe so we're also going to hear from somebody who's probably not too excited about, you know, Ah, broad public option that moves towards universal health care, and that is former Ohio governor John Kasich. But Sanders has pointed out Kasich and Sanders agree on maybe just one thing, And that's the need to defeat Donald Trump. Speaking of Donald Trump. He has a track record of counterprogramming big events and remembering while many times but earlier this year during during the primaries, Heywood often travel Tio States and hold rallies that we're just gearing up for Democratic primary before Democrats voted. Are we expecting anything along these lines this week? As much as the Democrats try to? Ah, proceed with their convention. Yet Marie Louise, you can expect to see similar counterprogramming all this week, and part of this is that Donald Trump is a reality TV star. So when we talk about the Democrats, putting on a Made for TV event. This is where he feels most comfortable, so he's going to be traveling a lot. He's planning to host events in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona, Pennsylvania and possibly Iowa. And, you know he had thoughts today on the Democrats production their convention. He was joking about this at the Minneapolis airport. You want to go to his news, you hear when you hear speeches. It's like there's nothing very exciting about it right. You know where Louise I think What's interesting about this moment is.

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"marie louise" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

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My Birthing Story

Food for Thought

09:39 min | 1 year ago

My Birthing Story

"Hello and thank you so much for tuning into food for thought. A podcast on a mission to equip. P with all the evidence based advice that you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle. I'm Ran Lambert registered nutritionist bestselling author of re. Norwich a simple way to eat well and founder of retraction London's leading private nutrition clinic in each episode. I'll be joined by special guests. All of whom can be considered authoritative voices. In health. Said that together we can learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest and happiest versions of ourselves with trusted expert advice. It's no secret that childbirth is tough but the reality of what follows is ready discussed. I guess you could say shrouded mystery while not buffs are the same. I want to use my story to exactly what happens. Hannah in the hope that this will empower others with the truth and to encourage conversation. This is a deeply pass thing for me to do. And in the absence of any education about the whole process and knowledge. I feel the all too. Many women just aren't capable of making informed decisions or even trusting that own bodies. I must also add a note that this episode contains some graphic by references. May Be triggering for some of you so please do make your own judgment switch off at any time will come back to it at a later date. So this week's we've thought as I've said explode my buff story with Midwife and author Marie Louise also known as the modern midwife. Marie hello how are you I? I'm very well. I can't front cute enough for festivals speaking to me before we even decided to record this podcast because you have very very reassuring on the fire goods. No it's it's always good to have a little chat. I think the full hand when it comes to anything rather than just token blindly so is more difficult. I think so. I'm really glad that I could help in some way. And of course massive congratulations. He is beautiful. I still instagram quiet. Law to see you all thank you. I obviously so good to have someone is qualified as ye to help me with this. Poke cost recording. Because it's I've never ever recorded something site. Postional wrist I think it might highlife Marie so as much as we are having the time of our lives. I think giving birth in pandemic wasn't really anything I ever thought would happen. Another time disguised said quickly in my buff definitely didn't go the way I want it to and as I told you I wanted a home. Birth and now was wearing a more. Grating Fair future couldn't be more different. Yeah no it definitely didn't mice to stuff the ice daunted website for our listeners. If we start with how I think I. I started learning about childbirth from anti-nato causes and hidden above thing My husband and I did together. Let's just explain for everyone what is hidden above thing and why commended by the NHS yes so nhs. I'm so pleased that how much. Nhs on now supporting hit nothing on how we all taking a tongue relate to return to our midwifery heritage as I say out knowledge of of the busing day and pregnancy. So hit me. Thing is a set of mind management tools It's not logical approach to pregnancy bath and say the patient to pair. It that utilizes evidence. So you when you take a hit nothing cools you off just learning about hit my best thing you learning about your pregnancy as well as a form of NATO education and the the number one thing that I way start with in hip knee buffing is fed dumping. I'm releasing that fair because of what we understand about bus. It comes from the media. That is not an accurate reflection of how bus looks or even how ship Nick. Yeah I mean I think the reason I fell in love with it is I did find it. Completely empowering in fact it was the hidden a the course that made me originally want to have. It didn't happen to me but the home breath really educated me. I felt on on tapping into that. Not Trudeau spat. Which like you say. All I'd ever known pop from from my friends stories was TV dramas while a woman is on a bed. Screaming like the loudest scream. You can imagine in everyone's running around mad yes So so with the best evidence that we actually have shows that home bath full healthy low risk women actually means less intervention. I'm better outcomes and that could both first time MOMS MOMS have babies before so actually hung breath. It pays to be safer for older women. I guess some this is the best. I've been half dreading but half looking forward to it. It's talking openly about about something pass. No so I focus the spy Tonight's by can three this before with Mary and the reason again. The I'm sharing. This is just to let you all know that it's okay when things don't go to plan and our had quite naively thought I'm fit I'm healthy everything. Just go to plan which. I'm sure I'm not the anyone had that communist conception but I guess my best story knots in my fourth week. 'cause I was the last one in my anti-nato group to you getting this from Afrin find shot is today. They Braxton Hicks is that a contract. You know everything. Yes exactly the pressure. It just starts mounting doesn't I joked with women and I say you you need some of at pass into their with all of the inquiry's you've got up an additional amount that have you. Have you had your baby doe callers something because I think you'll find is when you get that point? You feel a huge. You're in some sort of pain. You've got loads of weird is that everyone. Yeah me because of course IT CORONA VIRUS. Everything was different. I'd already been told the amazing midwife the I was very lucky I saw the same lovely go holly throughout the initial stages and she even while I was really lucky I think. Current virus helped with that because they want to minimize the exposure. I guess to multiple people so I was. You had real continuity. That's so good. Yeah that made me confident. I really wanted her. Ideally at the Home Beth at happened that I was told that if I'd gone into Labor the weekend basically I couldn't have a home birth anyway and the situation could change daily with coronavirus so one day. The shortage of ambulances. I may not bab half that Beth. Anyway in we'll the whole kit had a birth Paul. Hi I'd set the lounge up everything. Oh and I think we'll start talking about sweeps. So I mean I had what? They called an unsuccessful. Sweep a my chief week and then again in week forty one so how often Maria babies actually come on time. And what is the sweep people listening so Babies actually the the percentage of babies out she come on today's days between three to five percent a note very funny you question directly and as we know a due date is just a window of time so it's the normal pregnant say is often debated and not agreed globally to start with and various different experts. Do say different things about what they believed to be acceptable however in the UK. We say between suchy seven weeks to forty two weeks. So that's a whole five week window. So so babies come any any time. And we do get fixated. Naturally we get fixated on on this Judeh because that's the date that we think given however is completely normal to go over. J. is completely normal to have a baby at fifty seven weeks. That is still very much in the window of nomads. And I think a soon as you've hit the faulty week Ma. Everyone's like okay. We'll that's the date you'll have your baby. Wh What's going on you and as ingrained narrative that something's not right because you haven't had your baby yet but actually that is completely incorrect is very very normal to go. The Jay and in fact eighty percent of FUSS TIME. Mums do go. The J. So sweet is a midwife. It can be done in a clinical area so it can be what you would normally have. You Answer Nate's appointments or it can be done at high Midwife is coming out to see because although it's a form of intervention still is not a a form of medical intervention so we're only using things as opposed to drugs

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"marie louise" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"NOT SAYING IN. Marie Louise Alt. Neier another in throw anything. Nor just don't come you stop eating Newcastle movie in Brazil. Again you get them not to miss their hostile. I figured it unless because the normal but how Bella Manella Elka traffic in Morillas missile the Ozone Antonio I Travel San Antonio Center in and out whenever so. We'RE NOT SECOND STAY. Epoca meantime Biscardi and Compagno did Paul Burrito or the comedy. Yes they on that you can get a win this early on the local. Just take on me when the game was as Prada like I yeah then comedian Komo. Nobody Cymru's is lowest. If we have lender they're just him powders. Simone is my language. He also was setting melancholy. Espec- rather than Tun you state under as work another which has not Sudas when the data also hosts MSN guru anathema sit up was licking our own solar. Gutsy instamatic rendition. Say Libya Balata. They despacito Qadir's Manda alter the Antonio can emmy November already by Muslim Chiro by muscle. Indira in peanut. Gogo can say this. But I'm more concerned.

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"marie louise" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News it's All Things Considered I'm Mary Louise Kelley and Ahmadi Cornish the third day of anger on the streets of Tehran today this after the Iranian government acknowledged on Saturday that it shot down a Ukrainian airliner last week killing a hundred and seventy six people Ron had denied responsibility for the crash for days none of the government's reversed itself protesters have been out shouting angry slogans against Iran's supreme leader and have faced off against riot police now this is the latest twist in Iran story which stopped our show for the last week or so and Marie Louise you know this as well because you were in or I was indeed I got to witness firsthand the events that led up to these latest protests including arriving in time for the funeral procession through Tehran for general so money and this is such an extraordinary moment to witness owner just pause for a second and talk to you right I mean you're back here in the studio and I want to learn more about your trip first of all how do you get a visa with so few journalists to so few American journalists are inside around these days I had been asking for months to get a recent months and months and months I got word on new year's day January first that may be things were looking good and things were looking possible so we rushed to book flights for two days later and in that two day window was when general Swanee was killed by U. S. drone strike which then totally change the situation we weren't sure if Iran would still give us abuses we weren't sure if NPR would let us go because the security situation had just gotten so much more risky I am in the end around this is a rare actually pushed and we managed to work through that and figure out a way that everybody was comfortable and then we landed at just an amazing moment in the wee hours of Monday morning which is when the funeral procession for some the money.

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"marie louise" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on KCRW

"Israel and Hamas have battled for a decade now they're working on an arrangement an indirect arrangement to cool things down and peers Daniel Estrin is in Gaza he joins me now he Daniel hi Marie Louise so what is this agreement in director not that they're trying to come up with well for starters are not calling in agreement that the refusing to call it that because they don't recognize each other as legitimate entities I asked a spokesman from Hamas today what is this and here's how he described it in they said that the goal is to put no and I'm a little it's not the cease fire it's not that agreement it's quiet for quite so quiet in exchange for quiet which means Hamas which is a militant group is agreeing to prevent rocket attacks on Israel and to prevent confrontations with Israeli soldiers at the Israeli fence separating Israel from Gaza so we're not going to see any more fiery kites and rock throwing and protests there are on hold and in return Israel is starting to let Gaza breed a little and it's relaxing restrictions that they put on Gaza for years ever since Hamas took power there so it sounds like this quiet for quiet to deal or whatever you want to call it is already changing some things when you're there what were you saying that that looks different than it might have a couple weeks ago already tons of changes I drove up to the Israeli border crossing with Gaza yesterday and usually the parking lot there is pretty sleepy because Israel prevents most Palestinians from leaving Gaza into Israel but when I arrived there were scores of Palestinians crossing into Israel they were hopping in the mini buses and they.

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"marie louise" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I Mary Louise Kelley it's a picture we haven't seen in years Palestinians in Gaza lining up in large numbers to go work in Israel that route has usually been closed as Israel and Hamas have battled for a decade now they're working on an arrangement an indirect arrangement to cool things down and peers Daniel Estrin is in Gaza he joins me now he Daniel hi Marie Louise so what is this agreement in director not that they're trying to come up with well for starters are not calling in agreement that the refusing to call it that because they don't recognize each other as legitimate entities I asked a spokesman from Hamas today what is this and here's how he described it in they said that the goal is to put no and I'm a little it's not the cease fire it's not that agreement it's quiet for quite so quiet in exchange for quiet which means Hamas which is a militant group is agreeing to prevent rocket attacks on Israel and to prevent confrontations with Israeli soldiers at the Israeli fence separating Israel from Gaza so we're not gonna see anymore fiery kites and rock throwing and protests there are on hold and in return Israel is starting to let Gaza breathe a little and it's relaxing restrictions that they put on Gaza for years ever since Hamas took power there so it sounds like this quiet for quiet to deal or whatever you want to call it is already changing some things when you're there what were you saying that that looks different than it might have a couple weeks ago already tons of changes I drove up to the Israeli border crossing with Gaza yesterday and usually the parking lot there is pretty sleepy because Israel prevents most Palestinians from leaving Gaza into Israel but when I arrived there were scores of Palestinians crossing into Israel they were hopping in the mini buses.

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"marie louise" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news it's All Things Considered I'm Mary Louise Kelley and Ahmadi Cornish the third day of anger on the streets of Tehran today this after the Iranian government acknowledged on Saturday that it shot down a Ukrainian airliner last week killing a hundred and seventy six people Ron had denied responsibility for the crash for days none of the government's reversed itself protesters have been out shouting angry slogans against Iran's supreme leader and have faced off against riot police now this is the latest twist in Iran story which stopped our show for the last week or so and Marie Louise you know this as well because you were in or I was indeed I got to witness first hand the events that led up to these latest protests including arriving in time for the funeral procession through Tehran for general so money and this is such an extraordinary moment to witness owner just pause for a second and talk to you right I mean you're back here in the studio and I want to learn more about your trip first of all how do you get a visa but the so few journalists to so few American journalists are insider on these days I had been asking for months to get a reset months and months and months I got word on new year's day January first that may be things were looking good and things were looking possible so we rushed to book flights for two days later and in that two day window was when general salon he was killed by a U. S. drone strike which then totally change the situation we weren't sure if Iran would still give us pieces we weren't sure if NPR would let us go because the security situation had just gotten so much more risky I am in the end around Reese's are rare so we pushed and we managed to work through that and figure out a way that everybody was comfortable and then we landed at just an amazing moment in the wee hours of Monday morning which is when the funeral procession for so the money the two hundreds and hundreds.

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"marie louise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"marie louise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR news this is All Things Considered I am Marie Louise Kelley in Tehran and I'm ari Shapiro with Audie Cornish in Washington it's looking increasingly likely that an Iranian missile shot down the Ukrainian airliner that crashed after take off from Tehran this week all one hundred seventy six people on board died many of them Canadian citizens Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau made this announcement today the evidence indicates that the plane was shot down by an Iranian surface to air missile this may well have been an intention the crash occurred early Wednesday morning you're on time NPR's Jacki north miss following this fast moving story and she's here in the studio hijacking iris Trudeau statement seems to be the clearest so far on what may have happened to the Ukrainian international airlines flight what more did he have to say to this is that that intelligence from several sources including Canada's own intelligence agency indicate that the Ukrainian airline was brought down by an Aronian surface to air missile shortly after takeoff from Toronto International Airport he said that the strike may have been accidental British prime minister Boris Johnson later echo Trudeau's out comments you know all day long we've been hearing reports from unnamed Pentagon and intelligence officials here in DC that Iran may have been brought at may have brought down the plane and president trump alluded to this earlier in the day let's have a listen to somebody could have made a mistake on the other side kind of could have made a mistake it was flying it was it was flying in not our system now has nothing to do with us it was flying in a pretty rough neighborhood and somebody could have made a mistake tell us what's known about what exactly happened that night right the plane crashed amid high tension in the region after Ron launched missiles at US military bases in Iraq and that was in retaliation for the U. S. targeted killing of Major General Qassem Soleimani and he was a senior Iranian military commander a few hours after that incident the Ukrainian airlines took off from Tehran airport indeed reached about eight thousand feet and suddenly lost contact with ground control and there are some pretty dramatic videos of there are you showing this aircraft and golfed in flames and crashing near an amusement park aviation experts were skeptical that this was some sort of a technical failure because this plane this Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred is considered reliable in this particular plane was only three years old earlier on in saying it was a technical failure what is their version of this story right my right from the beginning they came out very quickly their audience Ortiz and said the plane suffered a mechanical failure and they have stuck to that explanation since our colleague Mary Louise Kelley interviewed Oliver via and he's a spokesman for Iranian president Hassan Rouhani she spoke as she spoke with him today and she asked him if there was a chance that around accidentally shot down the Ukrainian aircraft and Rubio told her that was impossible he said that they have satellites and they would have seen a missile hitting a plane I understand your cranium investigators are now in Iran helping with the investigation any idea how long it'll take to go through the debris and get a firm answer to the questions about what happened right there about forty five Ukrainians in Iran now to investigate what happened and they'll work with there are Ronnie and counterparts this can be a painstaking process at the best of times and it can only be more challenging now because it's in Iran there a long strapless protocols that should allow for the US national transportation safety board to help with that investigation because the plane was manufactured by Boeing here in the US but you're running a spokesman told Mary Louise today that around would not be giving the aircraft black box to the US get more before today involved a cunning meeting to a somewhat tentative on because he was funny gonna genesis yeah he seeing here that around will not give the Americans a black box because they don't know what the US is going to read into it prime minister Trudeau said Ron has indicated Canada will be able to help in the investigation the Canadians haven't got their visas yet and Trudeau also said around had indicated that it would keep the black box that's NPR international affairs correspondent Jackie north and thank you Jackie thank sorry alright let me bring you now here to a Ron itself and specifically to the inner workings of the ties in the newsroom here in Tehran Tasneem is a right wing news agency close I as to Iran's powerful hard line revolutionary guard forces or higher gypsy hello.

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"marie louise" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"marie louise" Discussed on PRI's The World

"So we fly people out get ready to get out to the Middle East. We look at which vessels are in the vicinity, and if not our own vessels, we contract them and at the same time in parallel, we have the discussion with the insurance companies to make sure that we also get the, the contract for the for the job. What are some of the challenges of doing this time? Of operation, especially in a place like the Gulf of Oman, which is a scene of, of pretty intense geopolitical tension. It generally, what is, what is what makes the challenge for us is that you are being expected to do a job, which is being done under extreme circumstances. It's not something which are able to plan months in advance, something has happened unexpectedly. You have to mobilize people at very short notice with the resources you have at hand, the G, political element hair. I think is, you know, for for our crew is less of a day today consideration. He's at the end of the day, there is support, we have their navy vessels. The US navy is is out there. So the support from the international navies around the world and the task force's obviously helps his greatly. But what about evidence of, of the crime? I mean, do you have to make sure that evidence is not lost? Or are there other investigators on board? Dealing with that aspect of it. They're currently there are no other investigations on voted. It is truly a an area, which is dangerous and where the Salvors have to do that work on their own where possible. They will preserve obviously something which could be used in, in further investigations. But initially the focus off of our team will be to, to preserve to save the vessel self Martin. How does this operation compared to previous cleanups of injured tankers what, what makes this one somewhat different is at first of all, I think the cause of the, the damage and generally, you see a vessel gets into difficulties because either of weather or human era where an explosion, just simply which happens on a vessel a fire on a vessel. The fact that the sources and external makes this different doesn't make the Java itself that much different. But the calls is different. And then, of course, the fact that this to the same time makes it quite unique. Have you ever been part of a salvage operate? My closest involvement was when we were involved with the cost of concordia, the cruise line vessel, which of Asli run into difficulties of, of Italian coast, and our job was there to remove the fuel from the vessel offered had capsized and therefore there was a lot of human losses. Well, and then he the focus initially on the human element as search and rescue. And then it's about the containing the environmental aspects and preventing a Iran mental catastrophe from happening. I guess I want reality check here. How busy is your company? Are there injured tankers all over the world? There are generally a couple of news was the casualties every year. There are many, many smaller casualties, which never hit the news, where a vessel runs aground on a reef on a on a shallow sandbank, but a handful a year in a hits the news and keeps us busy marching should've. There is communications director, with Dutch company boss, callous, it's been tasked the salvaging, the two tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Thanks a lot. Martin frank. Have a good day in Switzerland today. Hundreds of thousands of women took to the streets. They're demanding fair pay and greater equality in general, wait in Switzerland. You might be asking. Here's the reality, though, when it comes to women's rights. The Swiss are not as progressive, as you may think women didn't get the right to vote there until nineteen seventy one and right up until the nineteen eighties. The head to ask their husbands for permission to open a Bank account. Yep. Not kidding. We wanted to know more about why Swiss women are protesting today. So we reached out to Marie Louise freeze, she's one of the protest organizers, and she spoke to us from the town of free Bork. You look at the average salary we still earn twenty percentage less than men..

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"marie louise" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"marie louise" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"But she girlfriend is totally splayed out on her blanket. She's sprawled out. Just just hanging out on sort of Shay's lounge. I like to imagine that she's watching the real housewives like over the edge of her of her sofa bed or whatever this is Utah, some stretchy pants on her. She is me on the weekends. No. I know. But I mean, she's she's definitely also fleshy as well. You know, she is not what you would call it. The Greek ideal of the perfect nude virginal woman. I mean, this woman is a mistress of a member of the Royal family. Yeah. I mean, it kind of puts it all out there. And it's also though exemplary of Roku. Macos playful eroticism, right where they still got their hangups. But they're like, but let's add some flourishes too. I mean, look at if you look at the fabrics that are in this pain and they're beautiful. They're so rich. I mean, she's lying on looks like pink and white fabric. But you it's just like the pink just pops. And there's also some orange kind of brownish rust colored fabric all around her. And it's like you can almost feel the texture of the fabric. I get lots of velvet. Yes. Associated with it. But yeah, she's why wouldn't you be splayed out on that fabric? It looks great hanging out. Just, you know, Marie Louise Murphy resume rubbing my bits on all of this pink silk. It's great. What a life. Sandwich. Now when we move though into the nineteenth century the boundaries of the female nudes. Start to get tested some artists to get a little bit more experimental. But at the same time, putting a a little broader context on this the exclusion of women from life, drawing classes academies and art schools continues for most of the century..

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"marie louise" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"marie louise" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"For fly versus fly again, I don't. Hi. Miss aspires Aspira friends just because I'm dumb. And the kid who does her homework and doesn't turn. This is I, it is the character design alone of the mash up of this as far truly to this day. One of the scarier creepy or things I've ever seen. It's a certainly visual. I think that that I mean, it's well written, I, but then Secondly, the visuals of it, I think, really make this particular segment standout. I think we can all remember. It's like this and like the weird Hugo segment. Ars me because I think it was like off models. So it really makes you go like, oh, God, like imagining barred as a flies really terrifying generations know where they were when JFK was shot. We know where we were when we saw this ply, it was at home watching TV. Fly, fly and easy. Bake coven both have that. They're both striking visually. I think sign does a lot of work here in a great way, and I think they see that I think the the craters over there at the Simpsons. No, that that's going to be what sort of disrupts like thirty fucking years of TV show. You need to do things that are really exciting visually in. And we see that as recent as the first episode of the past season twenty nine season the surf sins, it basically takes place entirely in like a game of thrones e kind kinda thinks they're still doing this kind of stuff. I just had the opportunity to visit the Simpsons animation studio because it is from where I work in Ben, where you work from time to time if. I don't know. Okay. I basically I went to the area it is in Burbank, and I got to see the people who come up with the character design. Someone who's been there for thirty years and walked us through the type of silent that he will get and kind of the different passes. He'll take to get to something that would look like this barfly character. And I also got to meet the color department and I saw how until they moved to Photoshop, there were about six rows of colors that they were able to choose from, and that was it could not break away from that color scheme and with Photoshop and with the ability to kind of move things along, they were able to get so many interesting, rich, dark colors, and then they get, you know, the different types of sunsets, different kind of background. The the specifically, the witch episode you get so many like you had to make it look like this old time, right? You could not have done that with those pinks and greens and blues. They were doing the original ones and it changes. I don't think you could have had an episode take place mount side of Springfield until they made that switch. That part of the process in animation is so fascinating in foreign to me. Yeah, yeah. Till like share really quickly. My mom's worked for Disney. I may have mentioned my whole life, so she's I've grown up around eight emission and I remember being a kid and her telling me that somebody when you grow up, you could have a job as a animation colorist. And basically all that is, is that you choose the colors for the animation show that you love so much to me as a kid who loved to color. I was like a professional color person mall while this world is just mentioned just this isn't a shameless plug, but this is a shameful plug. This is a plug for my colorist on heck's wives, which I've done a bunch of comics and I never had great people to work with and my. Artist is great, but the colorist Marie Louise working on this book is like bringing everything to a new level. I get stuff. I didn't expect what she's elevating every aspect of the book in a way I could not have foreseen. It's really amazing how man it's so fascinating. I love it. Absolutely. So because we've already taken up quite a bit of time obsessing over each detail because do Simpsons fans. Yeah, we're going to spend a little bit less time on some of the specifics..

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"marie louise" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"marie louise" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"Forever. Hi guys. We have a really special episode today that was so much fun in so interesting to record back at San Diego Comecon this past year. First of all, sorry, about the audio quality. I'll say this. We had some issues the first fifteen minutes or so were just recorded on my phone. So they're very, there's a lot of echo. And then after the first fifteen minutes, we actually did get a soundboard recordings. So does clear up considerably, but you should be able to enjoy all of it. It's as I said, a special episode all about pop culture, which is featuring some great pop culture, witches, portrayers, and writers, as well as an actual practicing witch named Juliana crouch who was unbelievable in this was her first panel ever and she spoke so eloquently and so. Delightfully about being a witch and what that means. Additionally, on this panel, we have Nell Scoville our old pal who is the creator of Sabrina, the teenage witch. She also wrote for two seasons on the original charmed. We have the Kosheh runner of the charmed, reboot Jessica tool that show is premiering this fall on CW. We are also joined by the phenomenal author Tomi idea me who has written Alva called children of blood and bone, which she describes as African the last heir bender or Black Panther with magic. It is since meeting Tomi I've gotten to read the novel. She is a phenomenal writer and just a lovely and such a smart person. So she has a lot of great stuff to share on this. And then finally, Ruth Connell, the actor who plays Rowena on supernatural. She's been in something like the past ten years of supernatural appearing in. Episodes almost every season, and she has a great perspective on playing a witch and what it means to be a witch. This is all, of course, in anticipation of the new comic book heck's wives, which I wrote. Sorry, you're welcome. I dunno, I think you'll like it. Here's the pitch for heck sides. It is bewitched plus the stepford wives. If that sounds interesting to you, please call up your local comic book shop preorder this book. It's a book that's very important to me. I wanted to write something one that was fun and about pop culture, riches, because they are endlessly fascinating to me. And I like the way that the sort of which tropes are changing over the years and too I really wanted to write something about gender politics. I feel like I've had a lot of conversations in the past ten years about which is how long I've been thinking about this book. About. The way that men and women treat each other specifically the way that men treat and mistreat women. And a lot of that has gone into this book, but it is a digitally, you know, a scary and creepy and weird and sexy and gross horror story. My artist Mira and dolph is just unbelievable. She's doing some of her best work here. My colorist Marie Louise is taking everything that Mira and I do and making it just beautiful making it sing. So I hope you will check out the book to see the hard work that everybody's doing on it. I'm very proud of how this book is coming out. It is as I've talked about in the past, the first thing I've written without a partner in fifteen years. So, hey, I, I need your support everyone because I'm alone. I mean, except for my amazing collaborators. The book is out on Halloween, but as I said, priorities are very important. So if Hex. Five sounds interesting to you. Call up your local comic bookstore. Say, I would like to order a copy of ex-wives and then on Halloween, you go in, you pay four bucks and you take it home. At that point, you probably wanna preorder issue to which has the least sexy most creepy sexiness olive comic books. I have a hundred issues of this book that I would like to write. I have so many stories that I want to tell with these characters and in this world and with these collaborators editors and my artists and colors that the only gonna get to do that is if you preorder heck's wives, if you don't know where your local comic shop is go to comic shop, locator dot com. Put in your zip code and it'll tell you, you can also go to comics, Olivetti dot com. COM I x. l. o. g. y. dot com..

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