40 Burst results for "Marilyn"
Kevin McCarthy Ousted As Speaker of the House
"You do it live inside the Beltway where Kevin McCarthy, a very good speaker, is no longer the Speaker of the House because the knucklehead caucus led by Matt Gaetz deposed him yesterday. Eight Republicans plus their two conspirators. Let's not forget Ralph Norman and Dan Bishop belong in the knucklehead caucus because they started the boulder down the hill last week. Ken Buck, Dan Bishop, Matt Rosendale, Ralph Norman and Andy Biggs two weeks ago began what became the deposition, the coup against Kevin McCarthy, which succeeded last night when eight of them joined, or yesterday afternoon when eight of them joined, 206 Democrats to toss out Kevin McCarthy. That is Eli Crane, Ken Buck, Andy Biggs, Marilyn Matt Rosendale, Matt Gaetz, Bob Goode, Nancy Mace, Tim Burchette. Now, the two who are truly knuckleheads are Ralph Norman and Dan Bishop who realized suddenly that their statewide hopes are doomed when they threw the Republican caucus into chaos. They tried to hide last night, but then Bishop and Ralph Norman are in the knucklehead caucus. So it's Crane, Buck, Biggs, Rosendale, Gaetz, Goode, Mace, Burchette, Norman and Dan Bishop.
Fresh "Marilyn" from WTOP 24 Hour News
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A highlight from Interest Rate Hikes FINISHED?! (Crypto War NOT Over)
"Welcome to Discover Crypto! It is September 20th. It's 11 .30am. How are we all doing? We got Drew and AJ on the ones and twos today, folks. We're going to talk about the Fed. We're going to talk about what are they going to be saying with the interest rate hikes. And also we're going to be talking about Bitcoin and other cryptos. AJ, how are you doing today? I'm doing great, man. Another day in the life. Let's get it. Drew, how are you doing? Oh, just great. You know, can't complain. Well, you can. You can. You complain when you get home. You'd like, you know, just really vent to your two -year -old. Yeah, that's where I do it. Deezy, did you see the tweet that went out yesterday about the show I'm doing with from George from Cryptos R Us? What? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, he's with Blockchain Boy and Neutron. Joshua Jay. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. So we're all like, it's for crew, like, plus, you know, and basically we're all doing something different. I believe, like, Josh is doing like a news kind of show and Blockchain Boys. I'm not really sure what Blockchain Boys doing, but I know the videos are going to start coming out here pretty soon. We're still like brainstorming my concept, but I have a really good, like, rough idea of what I'm doing. But it's going to be really interesting to see how, like, where this goes. And I'm just fun to excited to do something different, you know? And I'm excited. We got Frankie Candles doing the charts today. I see Frankie getting ready in his neon square. He's in his, like, little neon area. I don't know if, oh, he can hear me. He's showing some recognition and anticipation of what Deezy is going to say next. Yeah, we saw the Donald Trump Jr. tweets. It looks like he got hacked. Also, Rob, you're popping it. Hey, we're going to see you back. Can't wait till you come back. All right, let's just get right into crypto. Marc Kepson's Drew is done. Am I too tall? Am I too tall? Too tall for the camera? Look, I got to stand. I got to do these shows a lot, you know? I take the shoes off. So I shrink, you know? They come in. I'm like 6 '11", and I take the shoes off. Then I drop back down to 6 '3". I got the Tom Cruise lifts. All right, Bitcoin is falling a little bit, folks. We were in the green this morning when I first woke up. Now we are down 0 .6%, and Ethereum is down 1 .3%. But XRP looks pretty good. XRP is up. It is up 0 .8 % on the day so far. Meanwhile, Cardano, I woke up this morning. It was up, but now it's down. It is down 0 .7%. Dogecoin down 1 .3%. TonCoin finally cooling off a little bit for the week here. It is down 1 .2%. Litecoin has taken a little bit of a beating, folks. Litecoin is down 5%. We talked about Litecoin a little bit yesterday on ATB. I highly recommend you check that out after this stream. All right, let's look at the top gainers. Then we're going to look at the top losers. You know, I have a streak of keeping my coins in the losers, but not today, folks. I'm feeling good. In fact, maybe I'll have a coin in the top 10. Who knows? All right, here we have Caspa leading the way. Caspa is just on fire, folks. The people who bought Caspa at $0 .01, $0 .02, looking good. Just put in a higher high too. You got past that last one, yep. All right, we are now above a nickel, and it looks like maybe price discovery mode for a Caspa. XDC is up 4 .3%. Maker is up. Radix is up. Aave is up. I have a coin in the ties. A little Solana. I think maybe I have some Arbitrum. Maybe. I'm not even sure I have to check. Then we have, you know, XRP is up 0 .8%. We got gold. Gold's moving to the upside. The graph moving to the upside, even though Bitcoin and ETH are down. Okay, so it's not all blood in the streets, but hopefully, it's not going to be blood in Deasy's wallet, guys. And again, I promise you, I do not check this ahead of time. I kind of like being surprised. I like discovering it with you. So let's discover cryptos, Deasy's coins in here. I'm looking good today. All right, I don't know how long the streak has been continuing. I don't know when's the last. I think I last held Litecoin in 2021. Never had Thor, Phrax, eCash, or I know Frankie likes to trade Adam. I like to trade Eve. So maybe we'll talk to him about the Adam is falling 4 % here. Litecoin down 5%. Thor chained down 5%. Any of these coins, you know, peak it. Well, if you go at it, I do have two in the top 10. I got two in the top 10. Just, you know, just to make it feel good. But any of these screaming at you here? Yeah, Thor, Litecoin, Phrax. Not surprised really to see. I mean, everything kind of came up yesterday. I'm still kind of sticking to the theory that the pump we're seeing could possibly be a bull trap. I think, you know, when we get into the FOMC news, the pauses that is likely coming is going to be bullish for the sentiment. I'm just still like kind of macro worried based off of the stock market sharks. Actually, the Algorand, you know, down 2 .8%. That one's kind of obviously yelling at me a little bit. I have a theory coming up, but I'm not going to say it right now. But I'm making a video about it, about Algorand. So stay tuned for that. OK, so you're going to create more? I'm going to create more. I create more crypto content every day and some of it's about Algorand. But I like how it's a period. Create more. No exclamation point. Just create. It's more like create more. Oh, OK. Great. More. Great. Great. Yeah. All right. Well, we're going to create some stories here about the feds. What are they doing? I don't know if we've ever had an article from this news organization. ABC. Shout out to Mickey Mouse and the Disney crew here. Fed to decide on a rate hike. Testing optimism about a soft landing as inflation rises again. Upon announcing the Fed Reserve's latest rate hike decision in July, Jerome Powell spoke out a lectern in Washington, DC for a half hour before he dropped a bombshell. The Central Bank staff has abandoned its forecast of a recession. Staff at the Fed, in other words, now expect the Central Bank to achieve a soft landing, an outcome in which the US brings down inflation while avoiding a downturn. Inflation has ticked up for two consecutive months, reversing some of the progress made in the effort to bring price increases down to normal levels. Meanwhile, oil prices have soared, threatening to push inflation even higher. Well, they got like moving ads. Whoa, whoa, what's going on here? Calm down, ABC. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expect the Fed to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged, affording policymakers time to weigh their next move as a rapid series of previous rate hikes take full effect. I was looking at Caleb Franzen's tweets. We're at 99 % on the prediction market unchanged today, right? Have you been looking at the, when is the next one? Is it November? I can pull the calendar. I'm pretty sure it's the end of October. I think it's like maybe on Halloween. Let me double check. Oh, on Halloween is going to be spooky. Okay, Drew, are you going to give out candy this Halloween? Absolutely. You know, but actually I'll be doing candied apples. Okay, I'm going to be giving out pamphlets on inflation to children. Yeah, you know, you could have got Reese's pieces, but blame Jerome Powell. You can take advantage of the time and the season to teach your children about tax. Tax them. Like attacking kids for their pillowcases of candy? Taxing them heavily. Yeah, take 33 % of every Snickers bar they get. That's right. Yeah, that's just the way it is. Why wait? Welcome to America, you know? And yeah, the next FOMC is October 31st, November 1st, so. Okay, okay. October 31st. All right, all right. Halloween, what's Jerome Powell going to dress up as? Alex from A Clockwork Orange. Pat, do you want us to dress up on the channel? I might be willing to dress up in a costume. I might be willing. You know, every - I could break out the green spandex, go old school. You know, every Halloween, AJ disappears and a Mr. Meeseeks just shows up. Okay, I heard existence is pain though. Existence is pain. We're not fumbling around for meaning here, Deezy. All right. Well, I'm fumbling around for this rate of inflation. It eases slightly 6 .7 % despite the oil prices surging. You know, like we said, I think the oil is going to be a leading indicator, so inflation will trickle down from the oil prices. If you want to think about it, it's going to cost more money to get those bananas to drive from point A to point B because they're going to have to spend more in the gas tank. This is going to be - It's just give it a while, let it roll out to the rest of the economy. Namely, food. Oil prices really, really like to impact food prices a couple months down the line. Well, we're looking at the ONS as the Office for National Statistics, and they said the consumer price index measure slowed in the 12 months to August from the 6 .8 figure reported the previous month thanks to food rising at a weaker pace during the month compared to August 22. During the X minute, I have a tweet about Canadian food prices, and I just kind of look at where they've gone over the past 20 years. It is shocking. It is shocking. I used Bard. I was like, this doesn't feel right for the price. I went to a Canadian grocery store, and I went low. I went low. There's expensive eggs and cheap eggs. I typed in the cheap egg price. It was still very scary. All right, well, we have predictions. Jerome Powell's got his ideas. You notice I was thinking about this BlackRock. What is BlackRock thinking about all this? BlackRock and others predict the Fed's next move. What does it mean for Bitcoin though? According to Marilyn Watson, is a BlackRock's head of global fundamental income strategy. The central bank's federal funds target rate will remain roughly the same until the end of the year going through its September, November, and December meetings. For the record, I think the economic data has consistently surprised to the upside, she said. That includes GDP, the unemployment rate, and the labor market. Beware, beware of recession. The analyst has previously argued that Bitcoin's price is macroeconomic determined by conditions, including its four -year cycles, which I am still a firm believer in for this cycle. Might be less of an effect of the previous one, but I'm still a believer in the four -year cycle, going to push Bitcoin to the new high. I do think we'll set in a new all -time high. I don't think we're going to hit a quarter million dollars in two years, but I think we're going to flirt with $100K, which they do not believe are related to the Bitcoin halving. So they're saying the four -year cycle is not related. I don't know what they're saying here. Risk assets go lower in recessions. So I'd expect Bitcoin would not perform well in that environment. It has not seen a real recession in its existence. It was birthed out of a recession, but yeah, hasn't really gone through one from the beginning stages to the end there. Yeah, there's never been a Bitcoin bull run during a phase of quantitative tightening. We've always been quantitatively easing the money supply anytime Bitcoin goes up into the right. And that obviously is what it takes. I think they're kind of leaning into if we're in a recession, and that lines up with the four -year cycle. But just so far, we're three for three with the having idea playing out. And the trend hasn't broken yet, so that's why I always say sticking to November 25 as a benchmark, but that's just a benchmark. It could be behind that. It could be in front of that. We don't have a crystal ball, but we can go off the pattern that we've seen before. All right. Well, speaking of quantitative tightening, we also have calfskin tightening, the tightest calfskin in the entire world. I don't care if you have a baby cow jacket for an extra small on an 800 -pound man, there is no tighter calfskin than the man I'm looking at right now. That is Frankie Candles. Frankie Candles, welcome back. How's it doing? Does it feel good? It feels good. The calfskin is tight, and so is Bitcoin's price action. But yeah, I don't want to waste time here. Let's go ahead and jump right into the charts here. Now, here we are. Now, obviously, I talk about this all the time. I don't typically trade on newsdays like this. It is usually a complete washing machine. Usually the shorts get wrecked, then the longs get wrecked, or the longs get wrecked, and then the shorts get wrecked. So I don't typically trade. Now, I am in a few trades right now. I am in this Bitcoin long right now. I have profits locked in on this trade and my stop loss is at my entry. So kind of how I am playing this today is I'm going to be holding my long. I am long from about $25 ,000 to $50 ,000 just below this range. And again, I have taken profits on that stop loss at break even. And then I am also in a short position from somewhere up here. I am slightly in profit on the short position. So I am long up and now I am in this small short position that is in slight profit. However, this is kind of how I'm playing this today, DZ. Because basically, like I said, I never recommend people trade on these newsdays just because of the complete unpredictable volatility that you're likely to see. Now, the last FOMC meeting, I believe, was on the 25th, 26th of July. I believe someone could correct me if I'm wrong on that. But we actually have seen a few FOMC meetings where we didn't really have too much happen. And I've been telling people that we are likely in that kind of boring accumulation phase of the bear market. A lot of times, if you go back to at least the 2017 or 2018, 2019 bear market, we had that bear market rally. And once we topped off at that point, we kind of just bled out. And for the most part, if you kind of just ignore this panic wick from March of 2020, which was obviously a Black Swan event, we kind of just wiggled sideways. We got that big bear market rally, we topped off, bled out a little bit, and then we just kind of went sideways again with the exception of that panic wick. And I do think we are in somewhat of a similar situation here where the rest of this bear market may not be the most exciting thing ever. But for today, basically how I'm handling this, DZ, is I'm going to be kind of...
Fresh update on "marilyn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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A highlight from 12 Month Repeat and Referral Real Estate Lead Cash Flow Machine (Part 3)
"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. Welcome back. This is day three of your 12 month repeat and referral real estate lead cash flow machine. Oh my gosh, that title is officially too long, but this is day three and this is where we're going to get to a suggested calendar of events. Now we're going to go through a lot of ideas, but the ideas that we're going to share with you today are only the surface of the content and the detail you get when you join Premier Coaching. Now, the notes from today's show, as the notes are from every show that we do are below. So all you've got to do is scroll below. If you're an iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, wherever you're listening to us, even on YouTube, just scroll down, open it up, there are the notes, show description and therein you will also find a link to join Premier Coaching. Premier Coaching is the nation's number one selling coaching program with over 2000 agents joining Premier Coaching in the last 12 months alone. So please do consider becoming a member of Premier Coaching and I have to say, Premier Coaching has become somewhat of a movement, a community, it's something that really is actually, it's morphing into something we've always dreamed it would. So we'd love for you guys all to participate. We know you love this podcast, tens of thousands of you listen to us every single day. So Premier Coaching is the next natural step for all of you. So scroll down, click the link and of course you can also go to premiercoaching .com, but really the quick and easy button is just to scroll down and click the link or just go to premiercoaching .com and you can join Premier Coaching right now for free and yes that does include a daily semi -private coaching call. All right Julie, before we get to part three and the first point, you had some agents in our coaching program and podcast listeners that you wanted to recognize. Yes that's right and this is related to the topic of part three. I call this the fun part of working with your past client center of influence so that you can get lots of repeat and referral business and this is your schedule of events. So we'll talk about that in a second. Quick shout out. Speaking of events, what are some of you doing? Well, we have lots of examples from past coaching clients, current coaching clients, lots of action on the Facebook page here. From John Salman, one of my elite coaching clients, he says two things. Number one, our city does an annual vendor bazaar that has somewhere around 200 vendors. It's a big thing for our community. It benefits a charity. I'll be doing a drawing for a free seller side listing. Seller only has to pay for the buyer agent commission. During the bazaar, I'll be using my booth to answer questions to anyone that wants to know more about our local real estate market. And number two, his brokerage is him and his wife right now. Their company Christmas party will be them inviting their center of influence as well as some of those vendors from the other event that we work with, lenders, contractors, title company, et cetera. So those are two events that John's got planned. And then Aaron Wild, another coaching client, says I'm in the middle of planning a trick or trunk pumpkin patch. My daughter is a Halloween baby so she's keeping me accountable. Kids are always good at that, right? That's great. Let's see. A couple of people said they're really looking forward to this podcast. So Marilyn Hodgson, you are one of those. And let's see, from a coaching call today, Gray out in Ocean City, New Jersey, is doing a twist on the pumpkin patch. He's doing a scarecrow party for his neighborhood at his house. So basically you bring your own scarecrow clothes. He provides the stuffing. He's getting a bunch of hay or straw. And they're going to do a neighborhood scarecrow making party. And then he said that this becomes a thing in their neighborhood that a bunch of scarecrows are all over the neighborhood celebrating harvest and fall and autumn. And I thought that was a really great idea because who doesn't have old clothes laying around that you could turn into a scarecrow and make it fun? Absolutely. Well, the point is, is to make it fun, right? The point is to be yourself, doing what you love to do, and being around people that you actually like, you know? That's right. And here's the thing. When you do events like this, none of what we just talked about from any of these coaching clients costs very much money. In fact, you could probably do everything mentioned for free or real close to free. So this is really effective for connecting you to multiple past clients and people in your center of influence all on one day at one event. And it is important to recognize that we're not, and we won't be in any of these examples, be telling you to plaster everyone with your business card or put your real estate sign up everywhere or somehow make this into a big commercial exploitation. That's not at all what we're suggesting you to do. Well, how can you then generate leads off these ideas? Make sure you're paying very close attention. So we've created this list in sequential order, and we're going to start with January. Of course, you can take these ideas in any order. Some of them are going to be seasonal specific or time of year specific. Not all of them, though. Not all of them, right. And we're going to sprinkle in lots of ideas and other types of concepts. Actually, something just popped in my head. So if you, for example, were in a market where there, say, are occasionally hurricanes or there's other types of weather issues in where Julie and I are originally from in Ohio, there'd be a lot of snow, just things of that nature. You can also do things that are going to be timely for those weather events. And I remember very clearly we had a coaching client that was in, I think it was Big Bear, California. And this was years and years ago. But the area was essentially being plagued with fires. And as a result, the whole community was under threat of fire, so much so that they closed the road going to Big Bear. Now you could choose to leave or stay, and he chose to stay. And fortunately, the fires didn't really affect most of the community. But what he was able to do is communicate out of the fire zone, a .k .a. his hometown, and let everyone know, his neighbors. He was doing little press releases, just letting everyone know that the community was fine. And then going to the extent of going by people's houses and taking pictures. Now that, after what happened was within a short, maybe a year or less, he became the number one listing agent in that entire community, because people were so grateful for the service he provided. And that's really ultimately where all these types of feelings and all these types of events lead to, is people seeing that you are a person of contribution, that you're here to help other people. And no other better way than to start out with a January Happy New Year's party, Julie. That's right. So in January, for example, a Happy New Year's party or a how to winterize your home video message. Before we do this, I just want to make a quick message, I had a note up here. There are several categories of events. Events that you create, okay, then event that you create and promote and manage yourself. You can have events that you sponsor, which are created by somebody else, and then smaller get -togethers with select groups from your list. So all of these things can be small, medium, or large. But what matters is that you are there physically actually participating. That's what matters most. You're not going to hire a VA to do your center of influence event. Well, what agents are going to do, tragically, is they're going to... And we made this mistake when we sold real estate, and we would sponsor the local baseball teams and whatever. We never got any business from it. They always send us a nice picture. We pay for their... At the end of the season, them going to get... But there was never a single referral. Had we actually gone there... We should have gone and then it would have worked. We would have, yeah. Or I'm thinking... Good point. Or people that sponsor events and they put their logo up on some sort of big banner announcing something or another. You're not going to get any business from that. You're only going to get business from sponsoring things when you go there actually and really participate. Let people get to know you as a human, and they're going to want to do business with you. That's right. So good points. January, your Happy New Year party, how to winterize your home. If you're having a blizzard where you live, make a video about preparedness, emergency systems, where to get the best snowblower. You could have an event about that and have vendors before there was something happening. And in fact, you reminded me of a podcast you were talking about our client in Big Bear.
Fresh update on "marilyn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Was up 40. The S &P was up just about five. And Marilyn takes on Ryder &P The S was up 40. The S &P was most up just of her life and love my dad. A fifth Israel -Hamas exchange. Militants released more hostages. Alec Murdoch's sentence for financial crimes. Total sentence of 27 years. This is the CBS World News Roundup Late Edition. I'm Jennifer Kiper. A tribute to former First Lady Rosalynn Carter includes dignitaries and former President Jimmy Carter who left hospice care in a wheelchair and covered with a blanket featuring his wife's picture. CBS's Linda Kenyon. At the Glenn Memorial Church in Atlanta the remembrances were mostly from members of the Carter family including son James Earl Carter. My mother was a glue that held our family together. Daughter Amy Carter spoke for her father former President Jimmy Carter as she read from a letter he wrote to his wife 75 years ago. When I see you I fall in love with you all over over again. Does that seem strange to you? It doesn't to me. Rosalynn Carter died this month at the the age of 96. Linda Kenyon CBS News. Another hostage exchange during the pause in the Israel -Hamas war CBS's Ian Lee. Hamas released 10 more Israeli hostages today in exchange for 30 Palestinian prisoners in fifth the swap since the ceasefire began. Each day the ceasefire is extended is precious for families with loved ones still in captivity. In addition to the 10 Israelis Hamas has also released two Thai nationals. The White House says the U .S. today airlifted over 54 ,000 pounds of medical items and food to humanitarian logistics hub in Egypt for delivery to civilians in Gaza and Secretary of State Antony Blinken is set to visit the region this week with an eye toward extending the truce. Already serving time for murdering his wife and younger son Paul disgraced South Carolina lawyer Alec Murdoch has now been sentenced to 27 years in prison for stealing more than 12 million dollars from his clients. I agree that I wrongly took all of that money your honor and did all of those crimes. I take no joy at all in imposing this sentence but it is what it is. On doctor's orders Pope Francis has canceled his trip to Dubai for the UN climate conference CBS's Anna Matranga in Rome with more. Pope Francis was leave scheduled on to Friday for a three -day trip to attend the COP28 climate conference. The Pope who turns 87 next month has been suffering from the flu and a lung inflammation since Saturday. Wall Street drifts to a mostly higher close the Dow closed up 84 points the NASDAQ rose 41 points. Now this. Staples stores provide innovative services for small business remote workers and learners even teachers and parents. Explore local Staples store. 703 on this Tuesday night November the 28th we've got 30 degrees right now in Good evening everybody. I'm Kyle Cooper, top the local stories were following for you this hour on WTOP the national Christmas tree set to lit be up for the season Thursday night fell over from strong winds this afternoon. Bad news folks. Christmas is going to be cancelled. Well it may have felt that way for a little while this afternoon but there's some good news tonight the tree has been hoisted back into place by a crane. Earlier social media posts show the tree with lights on laying on its side. WTOP's Dickey Iuliano from the scene says it appears some of the lights may have been knocked out of place or may be damaged. The National Park Service is currently evaluating the tree. And as far as postponing that tree lighting set for Thursday the night statement from the National Park Service says the show must go on. 5 4 3 1. 2 And meanwhile the Capitol Christmas tree was lit up earlier this evening on the west front lawn of the Capitol. The 53 foot Norway spruce was harvested in West Virginia and was lit by a West Virginia 4th grader. The tree's lights will sparkle from dusk until 11 set at o 7 o 'clock each night through New Year's Day. It's 7 0 4 after several delays and hiccups an unprecedented murder trial got underway in In
Caller: Dems Have a Bigger Agenda for a 'New World Order'
"I think there's a bigger agenda here. I don't think they're all stupid. I think they know what they're doing. I think they're very shrewd and the problem is that this is all the new world order, you know, I don't know if you believe that, you know, the World Economic Forum. It's happening here in Nashville with the one way streets that they say that bicycles is no bicycles on the street. There's more traffic because of they come up with these traffic ideas. The problem is they want everything to break down so they can bring in the idea of we need the national police that we can control, they're not going to say that. No, but you're right, and it's intentional. And Maryland is right. It is intentional. That's why it's so evil. That's why I use the word evil so often, and I'm sorry that Marilyn missed it. But it is intentional. It's deliberate. This is an accidental
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Appeals court reinstates Adnan Syed's murder conviction
"A long contested murder conviction that had been overturned has now been reinstated. I'm Ben Thomas with the case, and Maryland appellate court has reinstated the conviction and ordered a new hearing in the case of adnan syed over the murder of hayman Lee, his high school ex-girlfriend, her body was found in a makeshift grave after her disappearance in 1999, the case and science legal Odyssey was chronicled in the hit podcast serial in a two to one decision the appellate court of Maryland ruled a lower court failed to give sufficient notice to the victim's family when it scheduled the September hearing that vacated science conviction, that allowed him to regain his freedom after more than two decades behind bars. However, he will not be taken back into custody, the course order does not go into effect for 60 days, allowing the party's time to decide on next moves. Former state's attorney, Marilyn Mosby, who decided to drop the charges against syed on the grounds that additional DNA testing had excluded him as a suspect issued a statement saying the decision sets a dangerous precedent over a prosecutor's ability to reverse an injustice. She notes the victim's family had been notified of the hearing, attended virtually and spoke, adding to now send this case back to court prolongs the pain for the Lee family and
Fresh update on "marilyn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Makes it feel like it's only 31 you're listening to wtop washington's news traffic and weather station the wtop producers desk is wired by ibew local 26 where there's come to grow good afternoon I'm mark Lewis Mike Chikaitis is our producer the top story we're following hunter biden is now offering to testify before a house panel that's investigating the first family's finances but his offer is coming with a condition let's get details from wtop's Mitchell Miller he's joining us live now with today on the hill mark hunter biden's legal team informed the house oversight committee today that he'd be willing to testify on december 13th but only if his testimony will be heard at a public hearing this comes after the Republican committee chair James comer issued a subpoena as part of its investigation into hunter biden and financial dealings involving the president's family hunter biden has called it a fishing expedition comer meanwhile is rejecting offer the by the president's son for public testimony saying he's trying to play by his own rules comer wants hunter biden to provide first a deposition behind closed doors mark also getting involved this mitchell is the ranking democrat on the house oversight committee marilyn's jamie raskin what's he saying here congressman raskin just issued a statement a few minutes ago blasting comer's rejection of hunter biden's offer in the statement raskin calls it an epic humiliation for the panel's republicans arguing it's in a his words frank confession that they are simply not interested in the facts and have no confidence in their own case at the moments there's this standoff over hunter biden's scheduled appearance and we'll have to see how this plays out in the weeks ahead. I know you'll be following that also the house is back and we should get an update on possibly a vote for aid for israel and ukraine are we getting any closer to that? well house speaker mike johnson is sounding optimistic he says he believes congress can approve aid for israel and ukraine but he also says if ukraine is to be included the legislative package will have to also policies at the southern border i think most of our senate colleagues recognize that those two things need to move together because we to owe the that american people still that won't be easy since it's been decades since congress was able to come together to pass immigration reform mark alright wtops mitchell miller joining us live from capitol still twelve thirty three to the crisis in the middle east now the truce between israel and hamas extended into a fifth day representatives from hamas telling cbs news they hope to negotiate a new new deal to release not only women and children but also mail hostages and israeli soldiers as well two more prisoner exchanges are expected along with more aid to gaza for the extended cease -fire expires tomorrow ci a director william burns is in cutter for meetings including discussions about the hostages and secretary of state anthony blinkin will return this week to the middle east as the u .s. pushes for a further extension of the cease -fire in gaza the biden administration also wants to get more aid into gaza and the first of three us military flights should arrive today in egypt with medical aid food and winter assistance for palestinians cbs correspondent cami mccormick there according to sources israel has been receptive to concerns expressed by president biden about how its conducting the war in gaza amid mounting international pressure about rising palestinian death toll but israel has repeatedly vowed to destroy hamas with full force once it's clear that no more hostages will be released in other news we to continue get a break from the pain at the pump for the tenth straight week gas are down yeah i've noticed it a little bit maybe five ten cents a week here with this gas station drivers are pleased to hear gas buddies say the national average of 321 a gallon is 26 cents below what it was last month and 30 cents lower than last year this driver lives an hour away from here so i'm actually traveling to get gas so when it's convenient on my way to work it's actually it's pretty will it continue through the december holidays gas buddy says an opec meeting this week could mean the end to lower gas prices in chantilly neil eichenstein w t l p news also on the road speed and red light cameras in the district seems like they're everywhere will certainly they are generating millions of dollars for the city if you drive here on case street under the washington circle you can't help but notice the two speed cameras right in the median pointing both ways both are in the top five of revenue generators e c according to data from the first half of the year obtained by axios the one for the westbound lanes generated three point one million dollars during that span eastbound lanes around two and a half million dollars a camera along i -295 and southeast is number one spitting out tickets for three point eight million dollars 16 of the top 20 were speed cameras the others were stomp and red light cams slowing down down on on my drive home luke luker w t o p news coming up on w t o p in money news a local restaurant is franchising i'm jeff claymont it's twelve thirty six ten dollars and ninety nine cents hardly get you through a drive -thru these days so drive past them and pick up a large one topping pizza from papa john's for just ten ninety nine everyday of the week we're not done it's a cookie it's a caramel it's chocolate it's twix papa bites from papa john's fresh dough filled with twix cookie pieces and cheesecake filling baked to perfection
South Carolina uses size to overpower UCLA in March Madness
"Maryland advanced to the elite 8 for the first time in 8 years running away with a 76 59 win over Notre-Dame in the Greenville one regional of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Cheyenne sellers and diamond Miller scored 18 points for the terrapins, lavender Briggs had 12 points off the bench. Marilyn next gets unbeaten South Carolina in Monday's elite 8. The gamecocks took down UCLA 59 to 43, Brie Beal was one of three South Carolina scores in double figures as she helped hold the bruins to under 30% shooting in the game. For games like this, you know, an offensive scoring is very low. We definitely rely on our defense to keep their scoring lower than ours. South Carolina is now 35 and oh, Josh rowntree AP sports.
The Republican Presidential Race Is Wide Open and Wild
"Donald Trump is headed to east Palestinian tomorrow and Ron DeSantis was in New York City yesterday, giving a speech about crime and punishment in the United States. The Wall Street Journal notes that Donald Trump Ron DeSantis to court big money donors at dueling Palm Beach events. Look, the campaign is underway. Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis and Mike Pompeo and many, many others. Marilyn former Maryland governor Larry Hogan, current Texas governor Greg Abbott, I think senator Tim Scott from South Carolina and others will be in this race, I think, by the start of it on the debate side in July or August of this summer. And it's going to be just wide open and wild and full of interesting people saying important to cut number
Joe Biden Struggles to Sing 'Happy Birthday' to Buzz Aldrin
"It's Buzz Aldrin just a American hero It's his birthday He's 93 so Joe Biden decided he was going to sing a little happy birthday jingle which is really nice The guy's got a gifted voice and you know he of course he's a speech so clearly and eloquently So this is just a great version of happy birthday So it's up there with Marilyn Monroe sing it to Kennedy Check this out Happy birthday to you Happy birthday to you Happy birthday Happy birthday to you Did you hear it Happy birthday Happy birthday No no no I think it was just happy birthday How did you catch it That was great Thanks Joe I was very nice you'd Buzz Aldrin's birthday buzz Yeah yeah it was It was heartwarming I don't know about you but look at that If you're watching on Fox nation hair standing up on end goosebumps all over the place The guys I mean he's really up there He's like pavarotti with his singing But is that song No said domo or whatever That's what you get when you hear Joe Biden I wanted Trump's favorite songs by the way I forget the name of it I'm not an opera guy but every time if you're ever around Trump you know I don't know if you know this Trump loves the DJ No no not like Pauly D's not spinning the one and twos When Trump said Mar-a-Lago or bedminster they give him an iPad This is a true story I've been there I've seen it many times at the table with him He likes to pick the music He likes to pick the music so he'll actually be the DJ for the event and he'll always play pavarotti And then when the thing comes on with poverty You'll see him like he's like the Maestro from Seinfeld He'll do the thing
"marilyn" Discussed on Daily Pop
"My life right now. And that's your Hollywood minute. Awesome butler's transformation into Elvis Presley took more than a minute, I should say. And a phone call from Denzel Washington. Francesco went to graceland to get all the goods. Wait. Talk to me about the hardest part of performing and learning and becoming Elvis Presley. It was stripping away the icon stripping away the caricature, and getting down to his humanity. And then somehow balancing all those specific things with the fact that it's got to come from his soul at the end of the day. Are you ready to fly? I'm ready. What are you most proud of with this film? To have Lisa Marie. Who's gone through so much when she said I saw the film for the first time. I didn't realize it was actually Austin singing in the first part. When Austin caught his humanity, his kindness, you know, I felt so moved by that. What was it about? Austin butler that made you go, he is the young man I want to play. Well, it is true that Denzel Washington, who I don't know, rings me and said, I've been on stage with his actor. You're going to not believe how hard he works. This ain't no nostalgia show. We're going to do something different. You invested a lot, and, you know, I know you got sick at the end of production. If you could just kind of do this all over again, looking back at it. How would you do things differently? Or would you? That's a question I always ask me. What I'm trying to learn is how to balance real life with when you're giving into the obsession of a role. Because I didn't see my family for, I mean, it turned out to be three years. I didn't see any one of my friends for that entire time. So it was like the rest of my life suddenly I compartmentalized. There's a lot of people saying a lot of things. But in the end, you got to listen to yourself. There is this quality where you're on the train. And you have people saying great things about people saying awful things about you. And for me, every day it's this thing of going, okay, what is reality? It's just a staying grateful and really just kind of not allowing those things to make me feel like they are me. Are you ready for the Oscar? I'm just taking one day at a time. He.
"marilyn" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I love how you mad. She went into Marilyn's closet and stole it out of her archive. A lot of people in Maryland's family sold the dress to Ripley's believe it or not. We are not talking. When you give things to a museum, a lot of times people expect because it preserves items. That's why. We're using the word museum real loosely. It's ripple. Okay, it's Ripley's, and they didn't give it to the Ripley. And they sold their Ripley. But we should be going after Ripley's, not Kim, of course she's gonna take that opportunity. If you knew you could sit in the dress. A size 22 and a ten. But guess what? If somebody said Lonnie, we have Tina Turner's wig. The one where she whipped black's ass. You wanna try that on real quick? I'm not gonna do that. You would do it. I'm just a different person then. You a different person. That's it. I'm not gonna ruin history. All right. Meanwhile, she bar everything else. Including that for me. Brad pinned quitted vouchers still love each other. They broke up back in the 90s, damn that was a good time, but they just reunited for a new goop interview and they said, I love you to one another. They also talked about their failed engagement and going to joke that 20 years later, she finally found the branch she was supposed to marry. She had better add that in. By the way, they were the original Courtney and Travis. They morphed into each other real quick. Yeah. Oh, it was a good time. It was a good thing. They were the hottest couple on the planet. But yeah, look, they actually look like siblings. Yes. Well, actually, this came about because during the interview, I wish they would have actually recorded it, but it was on paper. But she started talking about how close her dad got with him. And then based on that, that's when the love match started happening. And she even said, it was interesting because she said, you are now the Brad. I would have married. I thought I'm paraphrasing, but it was something like that. And I found that that's interesting that it takes time and now finally he has calmed down and then that's when I love you came. And this is the thing. We're surprised that they're that close, but I'm not surprised because they're both cool people. They both, I think, care about the industry. They care about their craft. And it's just natural that they would still be a couple. I just, it's just funny to me how people think that because you break up with someone, you can't be Friends with them. Never again. It's like you can't. We can't. I actually think when you are friends, it shows that there's no longer romantic feelings for each other. It's when you still have feelings that you can't, you can't be Friends with someone. So I actually think everyone's taking this. Like, there's still in love, but they love each other as people. I know. I know. It's like, no, no, I'm friends with most of my exes, and I do love all of my exes because I don't have romantic feelings for them. So I actually think this is a very mature, cool thing that they've done. But the only person that doesn't understand that is Justin. Justin just doesn't get it. You don't get that at all. Are you not friends with your exes? No. Why? And by the way, I'm seriously. I'm friendly with him. I don't love him. But I want him to love me. Well, ain't that the truth? Me. I sometimes think like, I just, I don't know, I think Gwyneth Paltrow is centered, and I'm just a little off. No, you're not off. You just haven't matured yet, Justin. You're still dealing with life issues. You're going through things. Once you hit 40 baby, though, no, when he hits about 44. It takes men a minute. It does. He's going to be off the chart. Right now, you okay. How old are you 44? 34. We got ten more than you. Ten more years. Deal with him. I'm sorry. I'm sorry I hadn't hit menopause Lonnie. I'm sorry, I'm not. Moving on. Wow. Somebody I wish I saw every morning. The end of it. The Wendy Williams show will air its final episode this Friday. And Wendy will not be present for the taping. Instead, the show will say goodbye to her via a video tribute. Last month, Wendy told fat Joe she'd absolutely be returning. I just. This is announcement surprised you. I mean, this to me is gonna feel like a funeral, like we're celebrating somebody who is not there, and I don't think I'm gonna be able to watch it. Yeah. I'm a windy stand, y'all. I will fight for Wendy. Yeah. No, I mean, and that's the thing her fans are so loyal. This is the end of an era, obviously. I think I'm excited for her on this next chapter. She should take a monthlong vacation. She should sleep. She should rest. She's to do all the things she hasn't been able to do for the last 13 years and enjoy this time. Yeah. No, you're right. I think Wendy is going to pull the Howard Stern card. And go back to her roots and end up on a serious XM radio show where she can control the narrative where she can be in in control of the advertisers and what she says and I think we're going to get that. I don't think Wendy's going back to TV. I think Wendy is about to collect that big ass check from SiriusXM and do that thing in her do rag in her living room. And she should. But Lonnie, what's up? The only time I've ever seen Lonnie quiet. Oh, you should see her.
Gov. Larry Hogan Comments on a Florida Bill He Didn't Read
"So Larry is in the useful idiot club May I call you Larry I think I will Could call you worse but I'm calling you Larry Go ahead Take a bill which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom What's your reaction to that And then more broadly It doesn't ban certain Instruction as you're suggesting miss bash did you read it I know it's hard for you journalists so called to read It bans all of it She says your fellow Republican governor desantis and Florida he suggested that he will retaliate against Disney after he criticized Florida's so called don't say gay Bill You see how the media are corrupt says nothing about don't say gay Bill I'm challenging bash right now $1 million you and me Where does it say don't say gay Bill in the Bill Where is that language Where are those words Which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom Go ahead Make up that legislation Well I didn't really actually see the details of the list So if you didn't see the details shut your big pie hole What does it say you should say I don't know what that Bill says I didn't read it I'm running my own damn state But he couldn't Go ahead The whole thing seems like just crazy fight Oh yeah just the crazy fight you know Liam Marilyn we're all above this thing You know Larry Hogan it's just a crazy fight you know Just because the Florida legislature is Republican the governor's Republican And the way ahead of me Larry Hogan
Evan Rachel Wood Drops the Hammer on Marilyn Manson
"You know who else has seen the light lately? Evan Rachel Wood. I don't know what it is about her, but she's, to me, she's very attractive. And she's the kind of girl that kind of sneaks up on you. You know, she's not the most beautiful girl in the room, but if you stand back and look at her, you know what? Evan Rachel Wood is very beautiful girl. She's a she keeps herself together. She's well healed if I may say she's, I just, she's very attractive. What bond is being battery she was fucking Marilyn Manson for years. That I can't understand. Any girl who does that, I can't understand. He's a filthy, ugly, weirdo, dangerous drug addicted pig. You go down that alley, you're gonna come back with bumps and bruises and scars. And Evan Rachel Wood did. And now she's speaking publicly about being a victim of domestic violence and sexual abuse at the hands of this asshole. She took her story to the House judiciary committee three years ago in an effort to help get a sexual assault survivor's bill passed. And last year she named Malin Edison as her abuser, she was put them from 2006 to 2010, and many women have also come forward and accused him. By the way, his real name is Brian Warner. They've accused him of several forms of abuse. And four months ago, I didn't really get into it but four months ago, police raided his house after they got a warrant and this ongoing sexual assault investigation. So it's not so it's enough evidence to make people believe how evil this guy really is and was. But amazingly, and we've all heard the stories from his ex-girlfriends of how he beat them, kept them in room, standing up for hours, made them do cocaine, passed them along to buddies for sex. He's a real piece of shit.
China Sends Olympic Athletes to Quarantine Even After Negative Tests
"And I'm loath to even talk about the Olympics because I don't want to give it any attention or any oxygen except this is newsworthy China's cheating They keep sending other countries athletes to quarantine after negative tests After negative tests New York Post reporting Olympians in tears over poor living conditions lack of food at winter games My friend Chris Platt who's a great syndicated radio host Out of my station in D.C. I'm sure many of you are listening on this station you hear Chris plant as well He calls these The Hunger Games And this story brings it all home Belgian skeleton racer Skeletons see there's another one It's like as if luge wasn't unique enough where you lay down on your back and go hurtling down the toboggan course iced up tube at 90 miles an hour wearing nothing but a helmet But then they come up with skeleton It's like hey lay it on your back and going foot first That's not stupid enough Let's lay on our stomach and go head first See I love these sports And but I am kind of missing it a little bit but I'm not going to watch these games Belgian skeleton razor Kim mella manz broke down in tears in a video she posted on Instagram explaining how scared and confused she was about the COVID-19 protocols in Beijing Marilyn's tested positive for the virus when she arrived later tested negative All right so she's got one positive test one negative test So what are the geniuses running the Beijing kami Olympics do She thought she was being transported to return to Olympic village in Yang king She was instead taken by ambulance to another isolation destination
Julia Fox Name Drops and Gushes Over Kanye in Interview Magazine
"Oh my God, I got my hands on the interview, magazine that Julia Fox is, oh my God, Julia Fox, Kanye's new girlfriend, girl, the moment, whatever you want to call her. The talk in this interview magazine is a very, you know, lady entitled fancy schmancy magazine. You know, Andy Warhol began and it's one of those magic. They normally get celebrities to interview celebrities. So it's like a double hand job interview. All these things are like that. How's the relationship with yay evolving? And fox goes, you know, I'm so used to being fucked all over in relationships. So I keep waiting for him to disappoint me because he makes very grandiose promises. And it's like, how could he ever pull it off with all the other things he has going on? But he always does. Last night was a testament to that. Would there be like 9 days where he always pulls it off? He's love bombing you, girl. She talked about another date where Kanye played the movie Zola for his friends and Julie was so touched to include Zola and our narrative. I can't take these people. And then she name dropped a lot of people who were at the house watching. Who was their last night? Oh, Dave Chappelle, Marilyn Manson, Naomi Campbell, the actor from the new Batman camera on Jack Donahue from Salem, Andrew Richardson from Richardson magazine, Richie Suzanne, all my friends came, Richie a sashimi with Marilyn Manson and they had a really nice heart to heart. Who the fuck? Who is Richie's Shazam? Who is Andrew Richardson? Who's Jack Donahue? I know Jack Donahue from Alec Baldwin's character and then show, but oh, all these people. Why do I need to know them? And by the way, who's inviting a rapist to dinner. Kanye's inviting Marilyn Manson to dinner? I'll have sweet. What a sweet birthday
Facing Federal Charges, Marilyn Mosby Continues to Proclaim Her Innocence
"I want to talk about the corruption of Maryland Mosby now. If you don't know who Marilyn Mosby is she's one of the Soros style attorneys district attorneys. She's the Baltimore state attorney. And she came to public attention in the Freddie gray case. You might remember several officers were accused of both manslaughter and in some cases murder charges for killing this criminal, Freddie gray, and Marilyn Mosby was all over it. She was like, we're going to prosecute these cops. We're going to, so interesting thing about these Soros DA's is they hate to prosecute criminals, but they love to prosecute coughs. This is their MO, and this is Marilyn Mosby's MO. Of course, the prosecution that turned out to be a disaster, all the cops were exonerated, the whole thing fell apart. But nevertheless, Mosby is one of these kind of high minded Democrats who always acts like they're motivated by the public interests or trying to serve the public good. They're trying to reduce the cities of preoccupation with crime and they're trying to replace punitive measures with humanitarian measures. So there's nothing but high these are the sort of pharisees of our time. So therefore I really chuckle when this mask sort of speak is taken off and you'll understand why I'm using the analogy of the mask because this BLM supporter, this Soros DA has finally been busted. She has been indicted on federal charges of perjury. This is fantastic. Why? Because she took COVID money, large amounts of COVID money used that money to buy a house in Florida. And she claimed on her, this is where the perjury comes and she claimed on her government application that she was suffering financial hardship and that her fortunes had taken a sharp downturn under COVID. Now it takes only the briefest kind of review to see that Marilyn Mosby's salary in 2020 was $247,000, 955
Feds Investigate the Horrors of Marilyn Manson
"Somebody said, AJ, you were right, you know, the maron Manson, the crazy rock and roller, the crazy guy. Devil worshiping, you know, the crazy an idiot, but cops, feds, whatever the hell descended on his house to search for stuff to search for evidence that would shed light on some of the horrible things, many women said he did to them. And I'm not sure if it was the house he just sold or that's empty or the house he lives in now. Either way, they took away a lot of boxes of stuff and I'm sure they're getting ready to really go at him hard. And it made me really go in depth and read about Marilyn Manson in publications and such that I never never read before. And we talk about all these guys on this show that have done awful things from hobby Weinstein down to you name it there's been so many that Matt Lauer, so many guys have done awful things since the me too era broke. But the stuff this guy is alleged to have done is beyond the pale. And for Kanye West to take him in and bring him to his church service and sing with him and Justin Bieber to be friends with him and the singer Halsey to have his name tattooed on her on her side of her body, it's so tone deaf in idiotic. The guy's bed. Is fear a woman, especially Halsey, you don't need his image likeness or name on your
Backlash After Madonna Reveals Her Team Have Been Working For Free
"No one else is lunacy. Madonna's most recent case of butt burn. She got all pissed off because she posted a bunch of pictures on Instagram and she's not happy that people are not supporting her art. She need to support her rod. She says she's not just complaining about not having been supported by non artistic people who objected, did you see those pictures about her? She did something for the magazine as if we all know V magazine. But the post in V magazine included a behind the scenes photo of the photographer Steven Klein holding a knife to her throat. I don't know why they thought it was edgy and she thanked the people who worked long hours for free all to support madam X that's her new moniker as you probably know. So she's worked with people who weren't paid all night for this photo shoot all day and all night. And she's being criticized for sharing this violent image of the knife to her throat and the fact that she made people work for free. These things don't work well for Madonna. She's going through it. And of course, you know, she did this awful photo shoot the other day with I showed you pictures on the Facebook podcast obsessed page. I'll get to that in a second. But this recent photo shoot for V magazine very controversial in which she alluded to Marilyn Monroe's death. And she said, I'm proud of my collaboration with Stephen Klein for V magazine and knowing that against all odds. And with very little support from non artistic people. That's you. Who can't pushing back and the fact that we did it with almost zero budget, we were still able to make
AJ Feels Marilyn Monroe Is Defiled to This Day
"The story that got me thinking about Marilyn Monroe, I'll talk about this on politics is a bitch. You see how I connect everything? On the next politics is a bitch. I talk about New York's disgraced governor Andrew Cuomo and what he said about Marilyn having an affair with both Kennedy brothers, Robert and John. And that story got me thinking about Marilyn. And how she still is basically defiled. Because Cuomo talked about her wanting sex from both brothers and I won't get to a descriptive, but she wanted sex in an space that's not always where men and women have sex. Okay? She wanted it in the caboose. That's what Cuomo said. And listen, he was in laws with the Kennedy family for a while, so maybe he ought to know. But it got me thinking this woman is still defiled over 55 years after her death. You know, it just, it made me sick. And it makes you really think about her life. And we've talked about so many scandals and up till now I've stayed clear of her life, but when I think about it behind the scenes, it's apparent her life was so far less glamorous than we talk
Carole Landis, the Marilyn Monroe of the 40s
"This, Carol Landis. Basically was the Marilyn Monroe of the 1940s. I mean, this is a beautiful girl. Go to the podcast, Facebook podcast obsessed pinch. I'll post a picture of her. If you don't go there and you don't belong there, then go Google it. Parallel in this was hot shit. You know, a full blond, a figure to die for, and if you think about it, her and Marilyn Monroe both actors just made the most of their physical assets and look, it's no secret they slept around to try to make their careers last longer. And they also went around looking for love. Marilyn lived to 36 years old, believe it or not, we tend to forget how young she died, Carol never even made it to a 30s. And in both cases, there are rumors of foul play. We've been down the Marilyn Monroe highway many, many times, but we don't really talk about Carol Landis. So now in becomes a screen legend, Carol had been forgotten by all but maybe a handful of die hard
Not Guilty Plea Entered for Marilyn Manson on Misdemeanors
"A popular musician denies misdemeanor charges of assault in New Hampshire an attorney for Marilyn Manson has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of the musical artists he's accused of spitting at and blowing his nose on a videographer who was at his twenty nineteen concert in Gilford New Hampshire mansion turned himself into police in July in connection with an arrest warrant issued in the case details of the alleged crime or in a police affidavit released along with the criminal complaint against Manson he faces two misdemeanor counts of simple assault if convicted he could get a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"marilyn" Discussed on The Doomer Bloomer Podcast
"The humor bloomer. Podcast is a community for the resurrection of good ideas. We profile the hero's journey in berkeley episodes and teach people about the ten pillars framework for success in life business and relationships. Our mission is to find and help all boomer boomers with mental health issues. Poverty mindset lack of resources and those left behind in this world tune in weekly will s and occasionally john win as we have deep conversations with guests about the hero's journey clown world order and the resurrection of good ideas to help support our community go to w. w. dot the duma bloomer podcast dot com slash support to become a member today and remember. We are the cure for kobe. Nineteen i everybody. This is mike messier. Guest host of the duma bloomer. Podcast this episode maryland. Lydia pinto of kids finance initiative. The website is kids finance initiative dot com maryland. How are you today and great. Mike and thank you so much for having me on. You are in the united arab emirates. I have such a a hard time pronouncing that i I appreciate you tutoring me. And as i was saying off the air. It's because in america. We have such a strong vowel thing. We like to say our vowels very obnoxiously compared to others that same shoddily so i appreciate The modern technology of zen caster has together. We'll sumners will summers Podcast boomer bloomberg podcast And for those that are wondering what kids finance initiative. All about i would. I would summarize it that this is the program. We all wish we had when we were kids because financially. We all be doing so much better. I can say almost universally maybe ninety nine percent of us that are listening including myself if we had a maryland. Lydia pinto in our lives as children or teenagers. We would be doing better financially so marilyn tell me about yourself. You're a mom and just so.
"marilyn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Marilyn Monroe was found dead in bed. Under circumstances that were in tragic contrast to her glamorous career as a comic talent. On August 4th 1962 Marilyn Monroe died, clutching a telephone and surrounded by a deadly cocktail of prescription pills. The coroner's verdict. Probable suicide. Yet many believe it was murder. It was really no basis for her to have committed suicide. Now the killing of Marilyn Monroe hosted by me, Jackie Moran will uncover exactly what she knew and what it cost her. This original 12 part series investigates the secret life. Marilyn hid from the world juggling affairs with rat pack crooners, presidents, men and my boss is By the time of her death, Marilyn Monroe was at the center of a deadly power struggle between President Kennedy brother. Bobby, the Mafia and J. Edgar Hoover's FBI, and she talked with Peter Lawford, she said, Give my love to the president over 12 riveting episodes, the killing of Marilyn Monroe through on the ground investigative reporting brand new sources and meticulous reviewing of evidence. We will reveal for the first time exactly what happened on the night of August 4th 1962 and why her killer has never been brought to justice. I believe Marilyn was murdered. Because he made a threat. And that threat cost her her life through the process of elimination yourself. Who would kill my own Monroe, the killing of Marilyn Monroe, Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart.
"marilyn" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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"marilyn" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk
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"marilyn" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk
"Last month. I found myself working alone on the outskirts of a small mining planet in vertigo on five. Although i've been told that i was there to fix a generator i quickly realized that there was something else going on. The people all stayed indoors watching me nervously. Three scratched windows. When i go closer to the generator. I realize that what i saw was leaking battery. Fluid was actually lifeforms translucent gooey forms and they were coming closer. I could see where they'd been. It corroded the ground running whatever they found into yet more but i thought quickly and pulled out my buddy buddies personal safety lomb that's easy to carry and simple to use. I take it everywhere. And i'm especially to take it when i'm on my own with a quick poll i sent it off emitting one hundred and seventy decibels siren and flashing strobe light now one hundred and study decibels is enough to her anyone's is but for these blogs it seemed like it was the perfect sound to make them implode into nothing. Then all i had to do was fixed the generator and head back to the sub the bluffs dispelled and the town was safe. One small right now. She's buddy is offering fifteen percent off your first purchase. When you go to she's birdie dot com slash space junk go to. She's buddies spelled s. H. e. s. b. i. r. d. i. e. dot com slash space junk fifteen percent off your first purchase. That's she's buddy dot com slash space junk. Always make sure to the out. During employee's everyone ships contents assurance..
"marilyn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Marilyn Monroe was found dead in bed. Under circumstances that were in tragic contrast to her glamorous career as a comic talent. On August 4th 1962 Marilyn Monroe died, clutching a telephone and surrounded by a deadly cocktail of prescription pills. The coroner's verdict. Probable suicide, Yet many believe it was murdered. It was really no basis for her to have committed suicide. Now the killing of Marilyn Monroe hosted by me, Jackie Moran will uncover exactly what she knew and what it cost her This'll original 12 parts Syria's investigates the Secret Life Maryland hid from the world. Juggling affairs with rat pack crooners, president's men and mob bosses. By the time of her death, Marilyn Monroe was at the center of a deadly power struggle between President Kennedy brother Bobby, the Mafia and J. Edgar Hoover FBI and she talked with Peter Lawford, she said, Give my love to the president over 12 riveting episodes. Killing of Marilyn Monroe threw on the ground investigative reporting brand new sources and meticulous reviewing of evidence way will reveal for the first time exactly what happened on the night of August 4th 1962 and why her killer has never been brought to justice. I believe Maryland was murdered because she made a threat, and that threat cost her her life through the process of elimination yourself. Who would kill my own Monroe, the killing of Marilyn Monroe. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. Widespread racism against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community is a serious and devastating issue that is impacting the lives of millions. Every day. It's up to all of us to stand up, speak out and put an end to this racism. Stop. A P I hate is a national coalition that tracks incidents of hate and discrimination against the A P. I community across the United States to report.
"marilyn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Marilyn Monroe was found dead in bed under circumstances that were in tragic contrast to her glamorous career as a comic talent. On August 4th 1962 Marylin Monroe died, clutching a telephone and surrounded by a deadly cocktail of prescription pills. The coroner's verdict. Probable suicide, Yet many believe it was murder. It was really no basis for her to have committed suicide. Now the killing of Marilyn Monroe hosted by me, Jackie Moran will uncover exactly what she knew and what it cost her. This original 12 part series investigates the secret Life. Maryland hid from the world juggling affairs with rat pack crooners, president's men and mob bosses. By the time of her death, Marilyn Monroe was at the center of a deadly power struggle between President Kennedy, brother Bobby. The Mafia and J. Edgar Hoover. FBI. Did you talk with Peter Lawford? She said. Give my love to the president over 12 riveting episodes. Killing of Marilyn Monroe threw on the ground investigative reporting brand new sources and meticulous reviewing of evidence way will reveal for the first time exactly what happened on the night of August 4th 1962 and why her killer has never been brought to justice. I believe Marilyn was murdered because she made a threat and that threat foster her life through the process of elimination yourself. Who would kill my own Monroe Broadcasting live? 24 7. From the Tom Drexler. Plumbing, air and electric studios. This is news radio. Wait, 40 w H. A s. Jerry montages coming your way in a couple of minutes. Right now I look forward to emceeing this event every single year. It's a blast in the cells out immediately is the childhood cancer Family Fun Foundation fundraiser and, of course, burials. Pizza is involved. With George Temple US. Bring in George Tempering also Mike Rasca, who runs.
"marilyn" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"They have a separate. Hr but it wasn't a remote area so don't go there region but if you do you do end up going you always have to be with someone else especially in the middle east of red flags so when he interviewed you called you opt to meet with you you thinking okay. Here's my resume going for this job. I want to see if a pay and all of a sudden. Yeah i was prepared. You what at. What point did you realize this is. This is not legit. This is this is crazy. After shall we meet a kitchen. He was like this is where he biggest. He already told me that. I'm going to hire you. So i'm gonna show you the kitchen. Is it okay. After showing the kitchen we ran out at any goes. Can you please give me your number. And i'm like why are you asking for my number is already on my resume i said and so i'll okay i'll just give you call. He said and then i was On-duty a work in. I get a message from him. He goes what time are you finishing. Then i'm like. I'm i'm always a closing person. You know i gotta close. Everything are gonna make sure that everything is clean and everything. It goes all right. I'll come and pick you up and this was like Bow to lock in the morning. Because i wasn't a nightshift you're like why why to pick me up. I mean who can sense right your mind you like what. Yeah exactly in a like you know. We usually close the restaurant the kitchenette eleven eleven thirty in I gotta stay big just to make sure that you know. I'm always the last one to close everything anyway right now. I gotta make sure that everything is clean. So i don't get home till like three o'clock in the morning with the we have our own service in the from the from the mall and he's like you know i'll come pick you up you don't have to do the service because you know It's dangerous end away..
"marilyn" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"When it comes to our industry because if you were hire someone in your the owner would you rather hire someone who doesn't know what he's doing in the kitchen or someone who's experienced you know because for me i mean okay fine. We can teach the skills that attitude. That's a big no-no became a lot of youngsters. I mean i don't have anything against all this youngsters. You know but you know sometimes when they think that there are better than the ones will have experienced and that is a problem so that is why. I refuse to be apply for a job over here. Because i'm gonna get turned down anyways so it's like just a waste of time. What about what about being a female you find that. That's a detriment to think. They look different at males. It is detrimental in Some other countries because they think that females don't belong in the commercial kitchen bar yet because that's what happened. I had a problem with that inch. Long god the freese. Time when i when we when i was a sushi over there Being the head we were in one of the of this Restaurant and we were doing our preparation over there in and most of them elope there. Were all male chef in that resort and then one of them came up to me and he was like he was mean to me. And telling me you know you shouldn't be here. And so. I looked at him. And i'm like do you even know who you're talking to. I said to him on like you know you should be. You shouldn't have a problem about female being in a kitchen. Because i think he was intimidated because i had a higher position and he dan and also we were foreigners and so i don't i turn around and i told him that you know you shouldn't be talking to me like that. You should be talking to the owner. Because i did it myself over here. I was brought here..
"marilyn" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"They told me that eat is not allowed that you'll be. We've already told you about this in the very beginning that you are not allowed to be wearing your uniform on the way home. And you've been why is that why was why do they have that rule. It's probably. they probably didn't want anyone to know that everyone was going to school. But you know what. I don't understand is that they should be proud. They have all this students over you know but we were not allowed to marketing. it's like advertising. It shows off the school. Other people will be interested in. Maybe wanna check it i was. I've found it very strange. You know maybe it was a sanitation thing. They didn't want people go get dirty rat. I dunno probably. Yeah but we were not allowed to wear uniforms going to school as well so know we we get everything all folded up. Then go to your locker in radio uniform changing room locker room that you change when you got there and lock up your stuff practice. How big was the school was pretty big. Because it was a they had the section for pastry. Yeah and there were a lot of students making pastry. So what advice would you give to someone that was like you. maybe someone. That wasn't a typical student. A little bit older female wants to go to culinary school. What advice you know the pitfalls that you found what would what would you advise them to do and be ready. Well what i can advise them is that don't go in there. Mike you know everything you know. Just go to flow take your observation you know and keep your feet on the ground. Don't pretend that you know. I'm better than the other students because you never know who. You're going to eat this ticket seriously. If you have. I mean do not go to school to get a degree or so you can get a job. I mean like you better. Make sure that that's what you love doing. Because being a chef you have to have the passion you know you can ask. We all know when you're cooking and you're angry. The for doesn't come out very good. Yeah so all. I can say. Is that take things seriously. You know brett. You don't have to be aggressive. Just be very serious of what you do like you know when you go in listen Execute properly instead of just don't rely on other people because your success you gotta make your own by your own. Don't rely on other students because you will be left behind because at first i was like that was so cute. You can't do that. I mean as as a new you go in there take it seriously make sure you have the passion be humble be ready to learn yet be ready to take criticism you know constructive criticism is always normal because you cannot please everyone so and do not copy be try to be creative could advice now that you have perspective you can look back on it. Was it worth it. would you do it again. Would you do any changes. Oh yeah i'll do it again. Really yeah.
"marilyn" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"We were just doing like you know soups in every day. All the basic or like you know how to do the knife skills. So i was gonna like scared because you know the knives were very very sharp. Is this what i really want. Do i really want to pursue this but e-e-e-e-no seeing the other students. They were very very serious. About as i better get serious. You know his like what did what did you think it was going to be like. What did you expect and then when you got there was like well. I thought they were gonna be like all right. This is how to do out to slice the onion. This is how you can sharpen your knives. This is how you start with making some consomme or whatever a. I thought they were just okay. Here's the recipe. We will teach article that. I thought that was it thousand slower pace. It wasn't going to go as fast as it did inside as we go on. Everything is getting more intense..
"marilyn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Marilyn Monroe was found dead in bed. Under circumstances that were in tragic contrast to her glamorous career as a comic talent. On August 4th 1962 Marilyn Monroe died, clutching a telephone and surrounded by a deadly cocktail of prescription pills. The coroner's verdict. Probable suicide, Yet many believe it was murder. It was really no basis for her to have committed suicide. Now the killing of Marilyn Monroe hosted by me, Jackie Moran will uncover exactly what she knew and what it cost her This'll original 12 part series investigates the Secret Life Maryland hid from the world. Juggling affairs with rat pack crooners, president's men and mob bosses. By the time of her death, Marilyn Monroe was at the center of a deadly power struggle between President Kennedy brother Bobby, the Mafia and J. Edgar Hoover FBI. When she talked with Peter Lawford, she said, Give my love to the president over 12 riveting episodes. The killing of Marilyn Monroe threw on the ground investigative reporting brand new sort. Way. If you miss yesterday's show, we had a segment, which is available via podcast for you. It's taking off painted finishes inside your home in the wintertime with a paint stripper and how safe it is to use and how it is used correctly Howling capsule eight's the pain a way you can pick up that podcast. It's yesterday's project of the week and you can get it off the I heart up. It's free. And it's at home with Gary Sullivan. All right, our phone numbers 808 to 38255 and talking a little home improvement, Joe welcome. Hi, Gary. How are you able to talk to you have listen to you for a long time. Very good. Thank you. You're not going. How can we help you? Yes. Fine. Thank you. All right. My question is you were just talking about a a product that you could like a fake break. So I have a problem. That my home is built with what they called used Brick or old brick, and it's like chips off the breakfast, and I'm wondering if that could be covered. That brick could be covered on a house with that product or that It could be covered with this stuff called Dry, lot clear, dry lock. Both. It could be both. Um, So how old is that? I know you don't have all the brick is because it's been reclaimed or re used and I have no idea how holds the house. 0 67. It was built in 67. So that brick is even older than that. Um, yes. Oh, how bad is it? Is it all the bricks is just a couple of times I've done it. It's just I don't know why they would ever build a house out of that kind of brick period just looks. I had a house that was built of that kind of brick also, and it's just as a Little bit more of a rustic look. Um and you got to remember. I mean, you've already got 50 60 years out of the reclaimed brick and how old it was before that I don't know, but What was it built new with that brick at that time, right? And I'm you know you're defying the house. And yet you're young buying a house. And you don't know you know one brick from another. And if it looks nice, you buy it, You know, last in a long time, so so So tell me. Um, There's too You know, you gave me it's aluminum to you See, and the other half is that brick? Right. Right. So what do you want to do to that? Brick? I want to make it so it doesn't, uh, break off all the time. I want to protect it. I wanna feel it in some way. Have you ever sealed it? No, I didn't. I don't know if you could do that, Is there a sealed so there is a sealer and basically what's happening is that reclaimed brick is is pores. Uh, eventually all break almost becomes like a sponge. So when it rains, or you get morning dew on it. My guess is if you have a lot of brick homes in your neighborhood, yours is probably the last one to dry out. Because that brick is absorbing a lot of that moisture into the brick itself, and it's not drying out and then you know in the crazy Midwest when it's not drain out. It runs the potential of Getting real cold at night. And if you have that water near starts freezing to the ways you can fix it is you can't get there is a feeling that can repair that. That can fix that. That it won't do that anymore. So the slow it down and and if you stay on top of it, Yeah, it will slow it down dramatically. So when you want to do is you wanna minimize The water absorption into that brick. So there is brick. Masonry sealers. That breathe. So what they do these sealers what they do is they allow if water got behind that brick, which happens, you know, missing mortar. Some water gets behind that. That water can still exhaust through the brick. But water can penetrate into the brick. What purposes will I keep it from chipping off like that? Yes, because, as they said, what's causing the chipping? Is the water that's absorbed into that. Brick continues to deteriorate the brick and when it gets really cold in that water freezes, it starts popping off the brick. So if the water can't absorb deep into that, brick, you're not gonna have that problem because I want to paint the house. But I also thought I would like to spray that brick or treat that brick in some way first and then paint the house. Well, let me put it to you this way. If you're gonna paint that, brick, you are in effect ceiling. No, no, not the brick. It's gonna paint the aluminum. Okay. All right. So, yes. You want a brick? So it stops doing that? Okay, So what you want is you wanna breathe a bull brick And masonry sealer..
"marilyn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Know, we're going to start with a really awkward cumbersome. Yes, we need to have a very awkward conversation. We're not awkward. The awkward is coming from Maryland Manson. I mean, we are awkward, too. It's a long story. But today We need to start with Marilyn Manson because we began to hear about some controversy surrounding Well, Evan Rachel Wood made an announcement that Marilyn Manson horrific. Lee abused her for years. That story kind of blew up this week. Um, It's not that we didn't have reason to suspect Maryland. Manson was a problematic figure. We'll talk about that a little bit more in a minute, but I wanted to tell you that we kick things off today, learning That Maryland. Manson has already suffering the consequences of that controversy after being dropped by his record label amid these abuse. Allegations, and I'll just tell you a little bit about our read you a little bit of the statement. From His record label. Loma Vista Recordings. Quote in Light of today. That is yesterday's disturbing allegations by Evan Rachel Wood and other women naming Marilyn Manson as their abuser. Loma Vista will cease to further promote his current album, effective immediately due to these concerning developments. We have also decided not to work with Marilyn Manson on any future projects, so that is Immediate Result to the controversy in the allegations that Again to put it bluntly blew up yesterday. Well, you know what I think is really interesting, and I'm sort of just arriving to the scene. Because I don't pay a lot of attention to Marylin Manson. It seems like the consequences have arrived a little too late. And I'm saying that because I read this op Ed, um from NBC News, written by Jill flip of IQ. Philip Philip. Oh, Vic. Sorry, Philip. Oh, Vic, who, by the way, is the author of a book called Okay, Boomer. Let's talk how my generation got left behind, and she basically says he guys f Y I Um, you're all arriving to this story about Maryland. Manson about Like 20 years too late. And what she does is she goes through. Conversations that have been had with both Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson. That basically say Hey, it didn't take you know it didn't take You know a Sherlock Holmes detective to figure out that Evan Rachel Wood has been talking about this. And Maryland, Manson has been talking about his treatment of her all along. And it goes back to, um, a few years ago when Evan will Evan Rachel what has always been very open about the fact that she was in an abusive relationship when she was in her late teens. But more specifically, she actually testified in a in an effort to get a law passed called the Phoenix Act. And this is the Phoenix Act is The the act in the state of California that extends the statute of limitations on abusive relationships. Okay, so she testified before Congress. About her experience in an abusive relationship, and in this in this testimony, she talked about a man she dated when she was 18 years old. Okay, again. Hello, 18. It does not take A private investigator to figure out that that was Maryland Manson. They were they had a public relationship. She talks about? How he groomed her when he began growing her when she was about 18 years old. He physically abused her, deprived her of sleep, starved her and stocked her when she tried to leave him by calling her incessantly. Now. Meanwhile, Over here in 2009 in an interview with Spin magazine, Marilyn Manson is talking about this very thing, he says of his relationship with Evan Rachel Wood. In 2009. Okay, So that's 12 years ago? Yep. He says he called Evan Rachel Wood 158 times while self mutilating and then blamed her for it. He said. Quote. I wanted to show her the pain she put me through. It was like I want you to physically see what you've done. So sit with that for a second. He's calling her 158 times while he is inflicting Pain on himself. To show her what he has done to her and then other others, So I mean I could go on. But there's other stories about him in another interview, saying that he has fantasies about smashing her skull with a sledgehammer. So what this says to me is what we've already learned in other situations similar to this. This behavior was allowed to continue in plain sight. Maybe People were choosing not to see it, so they just walked right by it right. But the evidence was still there in a culture at a time and a place where people didn't take this kind of thing seriously. And Marilyn Manson, much like a lot of other celebrities who have now been called to account for their behavior was able to operate in this manner without Level of seriousness that, in retrospect, seems totally warranted. And sadly. Not taken seriously at all. What I mean by that is like very clearly he was showing us who he was, as you said, And the difference is that no. Nobody took things seriously. Then we're now in a culture post me to where people the and I shouldn't say people because I'm sure there were many people who took this seriously. But institutions now take these things seriously in a way that they did not before, right, right, And I think it's sort of I don't know. This could act as a cautionary tale to the Army hammers. Shall we say of today and others where you if if you were speaking so brazenly aloud about Behaviors that you engage in, um, that are abusive in nature. Yeah. The onus is on. Both of the onus is on us to believe that, but it's a little bit like that frog in boiling water. The more Maryland Manson talked, the more he normalized his behavior. And the more we allowed for it right, So he's making these again..
"marilyn" Discussed on KTRH
"Marilyn Monroe was found dead in bed. Under circumstances that were in tragic contrast to her glamorous career as a comic talent. On August 4th 1962 Marilyn Monroe died, clutching a telephone and surrounded by a deadly cocktail of prescription pills. The coroner's verdict. Probable suicide, Yet many believe it was murder. Was really no basis for her to have committed suicide. Now the killing of Marilyn Monroe hosted by me, Jackie Moran will uncover exactly what she knew and what it cost her This'll original 12 part series investigates the Secret Life. Maryland hid from the world juggling affairs with rat pack crooners, president's men and mob bosses. By the time of her death, Marilyn Monroe was at the center of a deadly power struggle between President Kennedy, brother Bobby, the Mafia and Jaeger. Hoover's FBI. She talked with Peter Lawford, she said, Give my love to the president over 12 riveting episodes. The killing of Marilyn Monroe threw on the ground investigative reporting brand new sources and meticulous reviewing of evidence way will reveal for the first time exactly what happened on the night of August 4th 1962 and why her killer has never been brought to justice. I believe Maryland was murdered because she made a threat. And that threat foster her life through the process of elimination yourself. Who would kill my own Monroe, the killing of Marilyn Monroe, listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one. The following program is not an offer to sell on the solicitation of an offer to buy oil and gas investments are speculative. And of all the high degree of risk the benefits of oil and gas exploration. Do not eliminate the risk. Are you getting hammered every year in taxes?.