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Fresh "Mart" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Mart" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"The lanes are open 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway doing all right between the beltway is nothing in your way Clear sailing on 50 out to the bay bridge Bob andler TLP traffic Thanks bob and here's storm team fours Matt ridder The clouds will continue to roll in this evening in overnight tonight overnight lows will be in the upper 20s to low 30s mostly cloudy maybe a few peaks of sunshine tomorrow and some southerly winds will make it a little milder but there's a chance of some showers late in the day with highs in the mid to upper 40s and flurries Tuesday night as it turns much colder Wednesday will be mostly sunny and blustery highs will only be in the upper 20s to the mid 30s heading into Thursday still mostly sunny but not as windy and still cold highs will be in the low to mid 30s I'm storm team four meteorologist Mart Ritter It's 35° now in the nation's capital brought to you by Della's glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit Delos class dot com Love your glass It's 9 50 Almost 40 January 6 suspects are still being held at the D.C. jail as they wait to go to trial CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland gave WTO P an update.

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How to Examine Nietzsche's Work With Dr. Khalil Habib

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

How to Examine Nietzsche's Work With Dr. Khalil Habib

"Way to really look at nietzsche's works is sort of two categories. He's got some that. I would call. Sort of a wrecking ball approach. They're really designed to clear the deck so to speak younger will be an example. It's a very destructive. Book is primarily focuses on destroying the prejudices of of the Of the philosophers. You know trying to push nationalism out and make way for some new horizon. Zero fish tug would be sort of more of a constructive work. Okay so it necessarily follows his other works and endure deir through strove what he essentially wants. The obermann mentioned simply means the overmanned can be translated as superman but it's it mart Accurately overmanned and the question is over. What and essentially in network over the nihilism that has engulfed europe and so he has this image of a tight rope walker who stretches a wrote across an abyss and he wants to cross it meaning wants to carry civilization over this abyss that he falls and dies doesn't have the spirit necessary to lift europe up and so what so. What the uber. Mitch is designed to invoke or inspire our men who see the problem of modern europe as essentially nihilism. We've we there's nothing meaningful left in man's life anymore. I mean when you think about how pop culture most likely has more influence over most people's lives today than say god or family our country you can see need just point. The three things had historically always been A portal through which human beings can gain some sense of continuity or meaning have been replaced essentially bigest the market and so the overman is designed to connect a link between this world and something over the nihilism of contemporary contemporary europe. And sort of serve as a bridge to some kind of ideal

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Biden Heads to California to Campaign for Newsom in Final Stretch

5 Things

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Biden Heads to California to Campaign for Newsom in Final Stretch

"President joe biden will be in california today to support democratic governor gavin newsom. A day before his recall election recall efforts came after the governor faced stiff criticism over the past year for his handling of the corona virus pandemic and other issues. it's been well funded and supported by big name. Republicans like mike huckabee and newt gingrich but polling earlier. This month showed new. Some would likely remain in office. Numbers from the public policy institute of california found that thirty nine percent of likely voters in the recall would vote to remove some but fifty eight percent would not not surprisingly those opinions varied by party with eighty two percent of republicans in favor of ousting newsom compared to just seven percent of democrats that polling data mart day major change from earlier this summer a uc berkeley pool. As recently as late july found that fifty percent of likely voters wanted to keep new some compared with forty seven percent who supported the recall. This month's polling found that larry elder still lead the pack of potential replacements for newsome. The right wing talk show. Host led the field at twenty six percent this month. Primary remind people why they were angry enough. For one point. Seven million people signed the petition in the first place. A quarter of them were independence. Democrats voted for him. Two years earlier. Majority of hispanics. Now want him out. I think the majority of people are going to vote to recall gavin newsom. And i think the majority and i think i'll get the greatest number of votes to replace it. The next closest candidate was former san. Diego mayor kevin falkiner with just five percent of respondents. Planning to vote for him. The only one in this race the experience who led our state's second largest city who brought republicans and democrats together to solve problems That's who i am known as a very pragmatic leader who gets results but newsome himself was still confident this

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Amazon Warehouse Workers in the US Are Required to Wear Masks Again

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Amazon Warehouse Workers in the US Are Required to Wear Masks Again

"Amazon orders will have to begin wearing masks again next week. Beginning on Monday, Amazon will mandate all of its 900,000 US. Warehouse workers wear masks again indoors regardless of their vaccination status. It comes after Wal Mart and Target again put in place rules and employees must wear masks. Amazon says It's nationwide warehouse rule is because The spread of covid variants. So far, Amazon is not requiring its warehouse workers to get vaccinated like

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Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

"Orders will have to begin wearing masks again next week. Beginning on Monday, Amazon will mandate all of its 900,000 US. Warehouse workers wear masks again indoors regardless of their vaccination status. It comes after Wal Mart and Target again put in place rules and employees must wear masks. Amazon says It's nationwide warehouse rule is because The spread of covid variants. So far, Amazon is not requiring its warehouse workers to get vaccinated like

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Amid COVID surge, Amazon to require masks for warehouse workers regardless of vaccination status

The Ric Edelman Show

00:10 sec | 6 months ago

Amid COVID surge, Amazon to require masks for warehouse workers regardless of vaccination status

"Wal Mart is doing it. And now Amazon will starting Monday, all Amazon warehouse workers will be required to wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination

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Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

"Mask mandates. ABC is Alex Stone. Beginning on Monday, Amazon will mandate all of its 900,000 US. Warehouse workers wear masks again indoors regardless of their vaccination status. It comes after Wal Mart and target again put in place rules and employees must wear masks. So far, Amazon is not requiring its warehouse workers to get vaccinated. Mexico

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U.S. Releases List of 2019 Gifts to Government Officials

Hard Factor

02:01 min | 6 months ago

U.S. Releases List of 2019 Gifts to Government Officials

"Wednesday the us state department dropped their twenty nineteen list of high value gifts from foreign governments and it reads like monopoly man's estate sale. Which by the way should be happening anytime. Now he was seventy in one thousand nine forty when we met him. So keep an eye out for that estate sale but either four columns in this ninety two page document which indicate in the first call Who the gift was to gift date. And the date of acceptance the estimated value the current disposition relocation who was from and the reason that the gift was accepted right. Which pretty much on all of them. The acceptance was non-acceptance would cause embarrassment to the donor and the us government right right. And then then you can't take it unless you buy it like exports. That's better than we're in cahoots right or you can give it away which is like What most most folks do in the government right so The list was mostly gifts to to trump Some to to his underlying The guy was asking me pence somebody the kushner's etc pretty much. All of them were the vice. I mean come on anyway the list. This was mostly give to trump and stuff like ceramic dragon head from the president of the socialist republic. Vietnam i want to look into that. That was fifteen fifteen hundred ninety dollars. A brazilian hardwood bench carved to resemble a jaguar from higher bolsonaro. It's pretty cool. Levin hundred bucks a brown leather bound book of hebrew songs from netanyahu for five hundred a painting of donald trump himself to donald trump himself on a dual paying glass surface from also from vietnam. Fifty two hours mart gift. Yes mark gift right. I mean favors gift. But it's on the glass. It sound sick. Like if you're going to give someone a painting themselves it's gotta be

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Walmart Offering Full College Tuition and Books for Employees

Lars Larson

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Walmart Offering Full College Tuition and Books for Employees

"News. WalMart is beefing up one of its employee benefits. Employees of Wal Mart are about to receive another education benefit. The company has been charging a dollar a day for its live better You college education program. Now the entire cost of tuition and books for approved studies will be picked up by WalMart. The company expects the move to impact 1.5 million part time and full time workers Also Johnson and Wales University, the University of Arizona The University of Denver and Pat Stream are now part of the WalMart program. Wal Mart is also adding business administration supply chain and cyber security to its degree and certificate

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"mart" Discussed on teikirisi

teikirisi

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"mart" Discussed on teikirisi

"I'm sure we were brought up this way. We were brought up to exemplify what it means to be a woman in this exact script. You must be polite. You must be pleasant. You must be quiet all the things. I'm not literally. I've been a giant ask failure as a woman since i was conceived terrible. I don't know what to say about that here. I am which is why it's better off for you to be seen for your humanity and for your versatility and to not have to fit in particular like women box and so we've gone through so many ideological components of these writings. And why is it so important for us to go through this well. To this day his writings are treated as gospel. This is the apostle. Let me list a variety of different figures and types of people that admire jose marti for hints. Your at least the that that castro was trying to overturn. Yeah built a monument for say marty. Then the cuban revolution you know led by fidel castro is considered a madonna revolution so a revolution that is founded on the ideas of monty. Okay you flee cuba and you end up in the united states you raise your kids in miami. And they read the auto and they recyc- would be one dollars lanka so all forms of cubans whether you're all the way on the left all the way on the right or who who knows where and what generation somehow we all go back to samar and cuban. And you're like well. I don't really know what you're talking about Hello if you've ever heard or jammed to guan donna. One of the the your soya number in saito perelman that is from jose. Montes paul Medical sense us. Yeah cuba's most famous song. The lyrics are jose marti cuba's airport marty..

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"mart" Discussed on teikirisi

teikirisi

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"mart" Discussed on teikirisi

"I'm sure we were brought up this way. We were brought up to exemplify what it means to be a woman in this exact script. You must be polite. You must be pleasant. You must be quiet all the things. I'm not literally. I've been a giant ask failure as a woman since i was conceived terrible. I don't know what to say about that here. I am which is why it's better off for you to be seen for your humanity and for your versatility and to not have to fit in particular like women box and so we've gone through so many ideological components of these writings. And why is it so important for us to go through this well. To this day his writings are treated as gospel. This is the apostle. Let me list a variety of different figures and types of people that admire jose marti for hints. Your at least the that that castro was trying to overturn. Yeah built a monument for say marty. Then the cuban revolution you know led by fidel castro is considered a madonna revolution so a revolution that is founded on the ideas of monty. Okay you flee cuba and you end up in the united states you raise your kids in miami. And they read the auto and they recyc- would be one dollars lanka so all forms of cubans whether you're all the way on the left all the way on the right or who who knows where and what generation somehow we all go back to samar and cuban. And you're like well. I don't really know what you're talking about Hello if you've ever heard or jammed to guan donna. One of the the your soya number in saito perelman that is from jose. Montes paul Medical sense us. Yeah cuba's most famous song. The lyrics are jose marti cuba's airport marty..

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"mart" Discussed on teikirisi

teikirisi

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"mart" Discussed on teikirisi

"Hey carmen how you doing today. I'm good today. We're gonna talk about joe's mardi joe's marty you know what happens when we spend hours and hours and hours going into rabbit holes doing research and digging into such an important cuban figure we come up with the most ridiculous theories the weirdest names for those of you haven't figured it out we're going to talk about hosts might okay. We're not insane. Not totally have to put the on the i. And that's how you know it's modesty if chair is an icon than jose monte is the apostle like everyone knows jose marti in. Everyone loves him. This is not a polarizing figure..

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The Story of Jose Marti: Poet, Patriot, Dreamer

teikirisi

01:45 min | 6 months ago

The Story of Jose Marti: Poet, Patriot, Dreamer

"Monty was born in louisiana on january twenty eighth eighteen fifty three aquarius. His parents were poor. spanish immigrants. His father was sent to cuba. As first sergeants from valencia. Yeah and so it. Only sixteen years of age as modesty was already arrested and accused of disloyalty to spain. It's interesting that he is one generation off from being spanish but at the young age of sixteen is already against spanish but he saw a lot of atrocities at the hands of the spanish. Exactly when we get into what life is like in cuba. During that time a lot of it was influenced by the spanish colonial rule. In so back will at the as early life. After he was arrested in accused he was sentenced to force labor. He got actually pretty lucky. Because he was granted clemency and deported to spain. The reason i say he was lucky is because A lot of other folks during this time. Who got accused of something like this loyalty. They were sent to the firing squad. So this teenager rebel. Who doesn't like spain and gets accused of disloyalty to spain get sent to spain. And what does he end up doing while you know what they say. I can allow gondola threat. Dasa so he gets to spain and he continues with his bullshit he continues making writings against the spanish and he specifically writes political prison in cuba where he described his experiences in cuba and critiques spanish further handling of him as a prisoner and further handling of

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Justice for the Victims of Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:39 min | 6 months ago

Justice for the Victims of Anneewakee

"Since the initial lawsuits against dan. Wake you were filed. Their had now amassed a total of eight different lawsuits including up to thirty one defendants associated with anna waiheke and over one hundred and thirty plaintiffs. The first to go to trial was one involving patients from the in a wiki. North campus in rock mart for girls. Terry was one of these plaintiffs. Actually what happened. The five girls which i was one of them. Three of us were able to testify. They hadn't even gotten to the boys yet. It was really scary testifying in court but at the same time. It was a good feeling. Because i had a lot of anger because i felt like i had been stripped. Four of my life with my parents growing up. I was robbed those years and ended up coming out with really no education and Probably more problems so it felt really good to be able to testify. I'm and share about the manual labor that they made us do day in and day out in the abuse the physical abuse the sexual abuse just to be able to get that all out and hold them. Accountable was really a good feeling and it helped me personally to lack. Go and move on wishing eight to nine to form growth war in that also dropped gal. They couldn't take or they were fearful or they were frightened in suspicion but nonetheless We ended up with four pat says the proceedings that took place in this first civil trial or shocking in showing the abuse the girls had endured at the rock mark campus difficult as it was the plaintiffs testified in gave their stories in the one case that much to trial the four rural. They've worked subject across combination. Almost the Sexual abuse visit privileges. Then would be the highest home visit if they told parents too much about what was going on. But which really going on and then come to find out that was all true. Asana sheen

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"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:21 min | 6 months ago

"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

"There's this one. Specific video of president bolsonaro from july eighth. Can you just sort of narrate what it shows. Yeah so he actually posts many different facebook live streams and one of them from july eight. I actually counted. He hiccuped fourteen times within his first minute of speaking. You can see him sort of talk. And then he'll sometimes stop or closes is and then just pause shoes moore who he people and then recollect himself and get back to speaking. But i mean it goes on for an hour and the the hiccups don't really stop. That's just one video from one of the ten days that he's been having these persistent hiccups. So do we know what's actually behind ours hiccups. So the thing about hiccups is they can be caused by a lot of different things something as small as eating too fast or even stress or bigger things. That are more serious. Like a tumor. For example he underwent different examinations and they found intestinal obstruction and in a recent tweet. He's tying this incident to an encounter that he had on the twenty eighteen campaign trail where he was actually stabbed in the abdomen. He lost a lot of blood. He suffered a serious wound and afterwards he underwent several operations so he mentioned that again in a tweet and posted a photo of himself shirtless with his eyes closed in a hospital bed wired up with sensors and cables and he tweeted. We'll be back soon. God willing brazil is ours in portuguese and more recently bolsonaro has had other house cares right. Yeah boston bolsonaro has actually gone through. A run of different health scares other than the stabbing incident in two thousand eighteen. He also contracted cova last july after playing down the current virus for months. This wasn't a life threatening. But while he was in quarantine for that cova case he was bitten by this emulate giant bird in the presidential palace. And he's had a stubborn cough since he had covert as well. Where do you stand now with president bolsonaro health so there were initial worries that he would have to undergo some sort of emergency surgical procedure but instead doctors are saying he's going to undergo what is called a conservative treatment with things like medication. A lot of people have been watching bolsonaro during the pandemic brazil has been one of the worst hit nations passing.

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"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:44 min | 6 months ago

"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

"Being outrage And being miss asian women fronting a band and like shoving a mike and newer mao and thinking. Like oh my god lord. This woman is amazing. Also she looks like me and he's on stage. I'm curious how how in your musical career and identity like how you overcame the sense of kind of sticking out your own place own sense of like i got this. Oh i mean. I feel like i'm still experiencing that all the time. I think it's an ever changing experience where you're always looking for your place in the world and i mean it was just something that i loved to do and constantly had to confront feelings of imposter syndrome in doubt and it's an ongoing battle. I think struggling with the feeling you have a new album that came out this summer. Jay believe it's your third album from japanese breakfast at the title is like the exact opposite of crying h mart. Tell me about this new album. What's funny because this album was actually supposed to come out before the book but we pushed a year later because of the pandemic and it. Actually i think makes much more sense having it come out now after crying in h mart because i think for me crying and h mart sort of felt like i had said everything i needed to say about grief and loss the to records that i had before that were also largely about my mother staff and so i felt like i had unpacked everything that needed to be investigated and it was time to move on and the most unexpected thing for me as an artist felt like tackling this album about joy and i think in some way all the songs are about giving myself permission to feel joy after the last six years of grieving and struggling to feel joy again relearning how to experience joy. They're all different ways of interacting with joy. In some way. I think my favorite track on the record.

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"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

"Bin datuk or something. Like that yeah. That's a great question. I tried to approach it without thinking that a white american person unfamiliar with this type of food was not my general audience. I knew that a lot of people would probably read this book because as a korean person every time there's a book written by korean american author. I am probably first in line to read it and so i wanted to kind of like if i was at a table at a diverse table. Talk about these things in a way. Where if you're interested and you wanna know more about it you can look it up and take the time to do it. It's a quick aside for those of you. Who know it. You don't it's easy to skim over and for those of you. Who don't if it's something that you're interested in learning more about that this essential to the story. You can have a wonderful time looking it up and learning more about it. It was really important for me to not include footnotes or italics. Because i feel like whenever. I see that in a book. It feels like it's really exotic sizing something in this way that it should be normalized. You're right about this a little bit in your book about how you know in asian cultures. There's this expectation or sometimes just perception of being stoic and reserved and i felt like reading your book. It was kind of a rejection of that and was going through your mind as you were writing this kind of intentional. Push against those cultural expectations. I mean it's hard to say. Because i feel like my entire life and personality could very. Well be a rejection of those kinds of stereotypes. I've always felt. I mean or it could just be that you know. I grew up american. I'm half white. I have all of the entitlement that comes with being american for better for worse. My father is such an over sharer. And i am oh so kind of that way. And it was always really perplexing and enchanting but endlessly frustrating that my mom was much more withholding and stoic and there was part of me that wanted to be that way but also knew i could be so. Yeah i think that. I certainly thought of my mother lot what she would have not wanted shared and if i was crossing the line or bringing shame to her memory but it was also really in conflict of those being the greatest most human parts of what makes a story is is that kind of stuff and the kind of art that i really love. Tends to really go there. So i was thinking a lot about those two things being odds with one another and it was certainly Careful balanced during the writing process. There's a moment when you write. You considered even making documentary about going to korea with your family while your mother was ill. And you're right. It was my instinct to document to co-opt something so vulnerable and personnel and tragic for creative artifact and then you decided not to. Did you have a similar internal debate when writing this book. I think that that sentiment was more about in. The process have heard dying. I even still felt like. I should write all of this down and then putting that away and feeling about dot was a way of me recognizing mine flaws are. That was a really important thing for me to put in the book. You know. it's really hard to expose your own flaws but it's so essential in memoir when if you're gonna throw other players under the bus like you have to be willing to figure out what you did wrong too. And that was a moment for me. Where i felt like some reveal my hand in my flaws that i do have this instinct and i felt really embarrassed about it at the time but it was mostly because we had such a limited time together and i needed to remind myself to just be present. Not now not this but all art making for me has really been about processing things that have happened and and so it wasn't as much of a concern i think for me to the whole book is a real love to my mom in our relationship and it felt like a memorial to her in a way i feel like there are so many books that are coming out about asian-americans in the asian american experience its renaissance a lot of ways absolutely. I mean i remember being younger and definitely never seeing an asian person and movie. You're in a book or in the music scene. There was one person now at feels like there's a real wealth of artistic riches that we can interact with and there's all different types of stories that are coming out and it's really exciting. I definitely did not feel this way growing up. I wanna talk about music because you have a band your musician and i love how you connected this all throughout your book and especially when you talked about the first time that you.

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"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"mart" Discussed on Post Reports

"I'll cry. When i see a korean grandmother eating seafood noodles in the food court discarding shrimp heads and mussel shells onto the lid of her daughter's ten rice bowl. Her gray hair frizzy cheekbones. Protruding lee the tops of two peaches tattooed eyebrows. Rusting is the ink fades out. Michelle's honor is the lead singer of the band japanese breakfast. She's now also the author of the bestselling memoir crying and h mart. The book talks about michelle's journey through grief when her mother was diagnosed with cancer trips to the asian grocery store h mart became this way for her to explore her connection with her mom and with her korean heritage post reports editor and producer. Alexis de house spoke with michelle about the process of writing her memoir. And what. It means to be an asian american musician and author today. Michelle i have to say first of all congratulations on this book. It is so good. I feel like i've been waiting for a book like this for a very long time. Thank you for putting it into the world. Thank you for reading it and hoping you can read a passage from from the beginning of the book. I wonder what my mom would have. Looked like in her seventies if she'd have wound up with the same perm that every korean grandma gets as though it was a part of our races evolution. I'll imagine our arms linked her small frame leaning against mine. Is we take the escalator up to the food court. The two of us and all black new york style. She'd say her image of new york still rooted in the era of breakfast at tiffany's should carry the quilted leather chanel purse that she'd wanted her whole life and said of the fake ones she bought on the back. Streets of etowah on her hands and face would be slightly sticky from. Qvc anti-aging creams. She'd wear some strange high top sneaker. Wedges that i disagree with michelle in korea every celebrity wears this one. She'd plucked the lint off my coat and pick on me how my shoulders slumped how. I need a new shoes. How i should really start using that argon oil treatment. She bought me. But we'd be together. If i'm being honest there's a lot of anger angry at this old korean woman. I don't know that she gets to live. And my mother does not like somehow. This stranger. survival is at all related to my loss that someone my mother's age could still have a mother. Why is she here. Slurping up spicy jumping noodles and my mom isn't other people must feel this way. Life is unfair and sometimes it helps irrationally. Blame someone for it. I'm curious how did you settle on the name crying and h mart the title game to me pretty early i had started. Probably twenty. fifteen. Was the second christmas without my mother. And i had lunch at the elkins park h mart and i remember starting to feel this way and observed people and envy them and also feel close to them in a way and i just wrote from very honest place about that experience when he wrote this book. I imagine you would have to immerse yourself in a lot of those moments feelings of your experience with fat helpful in your process of grief or was it kind of like retraumatize thing over and over again. I think it was both honestly. It certainly was re traumatizing. But i think personally. There is a part of me that is tempted to poke at. This wound may be to constantly acknowledged that. It's real and i think that sometimes re experiencing that type of agony makes me feel closer to the person that i loved so much makes me recognize how real my affection for this person was and also i mean. I think that one thing that's really incredible about writing a memoir is that you have to really place yourself in everyone that you write about and all of the players involved and i feel in doing so i was able to really understand where the people in my life were coming from better. I was able to forgive them and myself. And it was a really important experience for me a lot of your experience that you write about in your book centers on food as a love language as a way to you know. Take care of your mother but also as a way to connect with her and connect with your culture. How did you decide to put food. And you're learning to cook. Korean food at the center of your of your book and your experience. You know everyone has that sort of connection with their family. There are dishes that are passed down and things that mall makes that no one else does. But i think that there were also a lot of other more complicated reasons why i used food. Is this major vehicle. Because part of it was this almost psychological undoing of the failures that i felt as a caretaker not knowing the dishes my korean mother needed to eat during her illness and there was also this real fear of losing that part of my culture once. My mom died being mixed race and using korean cooking as a way to kind of preserve my connection to my heritage that suddenly felt at risk. I'm curious about if you had conversations when you're writing this book and you're writing about korean food and culture and traditions. If there were conversations about like how much to explain certain things like bunch or.

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Worker With Down Syndrome Awarded $125M by Jury in Lawsuit Against Walmart

Balance of Power

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Worker With Down Syndrome Awarded $125M by Jury in Lawsuit Against Walmart

"Wal Mart is on the hook for more than $125 million after a federal jury in Wisconsin ruled that the company fired former sales associate who has down syndrome because of her disability. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had argued that her schedule was changed by WalMart managers, which created attendance problems for which she was fired. In 2015. The verdict awards are $150,000 in compensatory damages the rest punitive No comment as yet from

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'American Marxism' Will Be Available Wherever You Get Your Books

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 7 months ago

'American Marxism' Will Be Available Wherever You Get Your Books

"So I want to encourage you. Have this book show up at your house tomorrow or your place of business tomorrow or your workplace tomorrow. This order it online. And after tomorrow that is Excuse me. After today and starting tomorrow, the book will be available in Costco. Barnes and Noble. Wal Mart. Supposed to be the airport outlets, but typically, it's not I don't know what they do hide them in the back. All the warehouse stores. Books, a million all the independent bookstores. Wherever you shop. That's where this book is supposed to be available. They're going to be 800,000 copies of this book out there, Mr Producer. Not all of them will be first edition. You want first edition. You've got to get in there. Now. Get in there tonight and order it online. Some point, it won't matter. Some point, it won't matter. And here's the thing. Once you're done with this book, you're going to feel really good about

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Walmart to Launch Its Own Line of Insulin

Marketplace

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

Walmart to Launch Its Own Line of Insulin

"Its own private brand of insulin that it says is going to offer a lower cost option for people with diabetes. The company says its products will save consumers up to 75% off the cash price of other brands. Wal Mart still fell about a half percent. It's brands mind by the way are going to be manufactured by Novo Nordisk. They shot up about a half

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How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:15 min | 7 months ago

How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections

"Thank once maybe twice a year people from the state would come out to do like an inspection or something. This is terry a former patient at the ana wakey campus in rock mart. The all girls facility. She remembers her time. How the staff would handle visits from state agencies. That were meant to check on the treatment center and how it operated with anna wakey now being a licensed medical facility. It had to be recorded the patients who were getting the proper treatment. They were supposed to and i remember the first time when they came out they picked like three of us. Girls should be the one to answer any questions and so they took the rest of the group like way way out into the woods like a mile out into the woods. And i can remember when the first inspector lady came. One of the group leaders told her. The girls are out on a work project about a mile out in the woods. I guess they just knew that the inspector probably wanting to hike out a mile that we were available though there were like three of us and we were told even before the inspector came if they asked if we met with a psychiatrist to let them know that we did and that we had thirty to forty five minutes sessions at this point in time in a wiki was sold to the parents of its patients largely as a medical treatment center with daily therapy in. Reality this therapy was greatly exaggerated often amounting to no more than a few minutes at most within actual therapist. I don't think my parents realized until. I got out that i really didn't get the help that i needed. We would see a psychiatrist. I i want to say once a week might have been every other week we would literally like get an a line and go one after the other and you only get a few minutes and they were just right on a clipboard in they would literally look at the clock and say okay. Time's up next. I mean it was a

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DoorDash and Albertsons Partner on Same-Day Grocery Delivery

John Williams

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

DoorDash and Albertsons Partner on Same-Day Grocery Delivery

"Company, Albertsons. Is now offering same day delivery. Jewel is partnering with door dash to better compete with Amazon and Wal Mart, which currently leave the online grocery delivery market. Shares of Albertson's are about 2% higher right now, door dash chairs are up about 4.5%. Speaking of

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"mart" Discussed on One Great Book

One Great Book

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"mart" Discussed on One Great Book

"Born in seoul to a caucasian father and korean mother. Donna and her parents moved to eugene when she was just a baby all her mother's family remained korea zona rights openly and honestly about her often fraught relationship with her mother though she never doubted her love after exhibiting challenging behavior and a bad attitude in her youth zahn or sees. Her mother's illness is her chance to make amends to be everything her mother needs and in her words to finally be the perfect daughter. of course. it's never simple as that. And i appreciated. Her vulnerability sharing how their connection ebbed and flowed during her mother's final days. This new memoir is perfect for fans of the light of the world by elizabeth alexander. Another memoir by a gifted wordsmith as alexander herself as poets. That sounds like it ought to be pure sorrow to read and yet is full of joy and like h mart deeply life-affirming that is not to say these books won't make you cry. Well sometimes grief is triggered by the unexpected. It was hardly a surprise that having lost a parent cancer myself in the past year h. mart hemi reaching for the kleenex. I can't say enough good things about crying. H mart on audio. I easily slipped into the cadence of the story. Achingly poignant and the author's own voice. I was grateful to hear every nuance of emotion as well as her fluid voicing of the korean phrases i might trip over imprint. It was beautiful. It's no surprise as honors voice owned from years of songwriting. Well in her memoir. She knows the power of the specific to capture the universal and in crying in h mart. We see her return again and again to the themes of food and grief. If you're looking for a vivid and tender memoir about love loss and the ties that bind crying h mart might just be the next great book. You're looking for readers. Visit modern medicine dot com slash one. Great book to learn more about crying in h mars and all of the great books from this podcast. Be sure your subscribe in your favorite podcast player. Because we've got more great books coming your way. In this volume. I'd love to hear what you think about. Today's book tag me on instagram. At and vocal. That's an with an e. b. as in books o. g. e. l. And you can also find me there at. What should i read next. That's the title of our long form. Podcast where each week or reader tells me three books. They love one book. They don't and what they're reading now. And then i recommend three titles. They should be axed. We've heard time and again from readers that this is the podcast that reinvigorated. They're reading life and we think you'll be glad you checked it out. Listen wherever you're listening to one great book. Thanks to kill him back for his sound design on today's episode readers. That's it for today. Thanks so much for listening. And as reiner maria wrote How good it is to be among people who are reading happy reading.

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"mart" Discussed on One Great Book

One Great Book

03:18 min | 7 months ago

"mart" Discussed on One Great Book

"Readers. Enjoyed this podcast. You're going to love my essay collection on the reading life. I'd rather be reading. It's for all of us. For whom reading isn't just a hobby. But a lifestyle book shape us define us and chance us and sometimes even infuriate us. Our books are a part of who we are as and we can't imagine life without them. You'll enjoy hearing about the books that hugged me on reading in the first place. My cheeky step-by-step method for organizing your bookshelves the joys every reading old favorites and the special relationship. I have with my own library and the books at holds. This collection of essays would make a wonderful editions here bedside table or your own library. Bookshelves an excellent gift for the readers in your life. Get your copy of. I'd rather be reading wherever books are sold or or your signed copy from my local indie carmichael bookstore. Ever since my mom died. I cry in h mart so begins on her story of losing her mother to stomach cancer when her mom was just fifty six years old. My town doesn't have in h. mart. Before reading the book. I didn't know h mart is a supermarket. Chain that specializes in asian food. Zollner describes it as holy and beautiful place. And also the only place where you can find a giant vat appeal garlic because it's the only place that truly understands how much garlic you'll need for the kind of food your people eat and before reading this book which i picked up pre publication autumn and the recommendation of a friend. I was unfamiliar was honor and her work. I didn't know anything about her music career that she performs and records under the name japanese breakfast. In fact there are many passages in the book where she refers to her band their gigs their struggles their hopes to work as professional musicians. One day and i was in suspense wondering are they gonna make. I finally googled and felt a little silly. When i learned the answer and soon enough i was listening to more of honor stories about her mother albeit in a different medium from her 2016 sixteen album cycle pump h central the many as honors memories and she finds the simplest things trigger her grief like the ingredients for a recipe. She wishes she could ask her mom about or even the snack aisle at h. mart. There's not one of us who has lost someone dear to them who won't relate designer when she writes my grief comes in waves and is usually triggered by something arbitrary action. Tell you with a straight face what it was like watching my mom's hair fall out in the bathtub or about the five weeks i spent sleeping in hospitals but catch me at h. mart when some kid runs up double fisting plastic sleeves upon tiggy. And i'll just lose it. Zahn herself was just he five. When her mother was diagnosed with late stage stomach cancer she moved back home to eugene oregon to care for her mother. She declined a descent. That was dizzying. -ly abrupt zollner says the onslaught of her symptoms was like something out of a disaster movie as soon as we got a handle on one. Something deadlier would emerge as someone who has walked similar road. I appreciate its honor. Stinging vivid yet compassionate picture of what can be the harsh in dehumanizing realities of late stage cancer and yet within those horrific times she also manages to capture the moments where those same circumstances created an emotional space for the to connect in a way they previously haven't and as her mother declines she's grappling.

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"mart" Discussed on One Great Book

One Great Book

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"mart" Discussed on One Great Book

"Welcomed volume five our summer edition in this volume sharing new releases from our summer reading guide. So i can dig deeper into some of my favorite titles of the season. Plus share backless elections that pair beautifully with each recent release. I hope these episodes help you find great books for your own to be read list or to share with a bookish friend and if you haven't gotten your summer reading guide yet go to modern mrs darcy dot com slash s r g to download that now for myself. I always write about dublin. Because if i can get to the heart of dublin i can get to the heart of all. The cities of the world in particular is contained the universal irish writer. James joyce said this to arthur power in nineteen twenty two and since that time has become a truism of storytelling. How about these more. Recent words from jacqueline woodson about why her book brown girl dreaming resonate so with readers. The more specific we are. She says the more universal something can become. Life is in the details. If you generalize. It doesn't resonate. The specificity of it is what resonates in the particular is contained. The universal the specificity is what resonates in twenty eighteen indie rock star. Honor bend a piece for the new yorker called crying h mart in which she writes with great specificity about losing both her aunt and her mother to cancer in the span of just a few years of the things that trigger her tears years later and of seeking to maintain a connection to the korean heritage. She feared she could lose. In the wake of her mother's death. The new yorker article went viral and although she shared a specific personal experience. It was the emotional journey presented so vulnerably that resonated broadly with readers. The article landed on her a book deal and the book received critical acclaim and high praise from readers since april release just last week and gm label orion pictures announced that it will make the book into a feature film was honor providing the soundtrack in crying in h mart. Many readers myself felt zone. Poignantly captured pieces of their own experience in her lyrical and life-affirming memoir about grief growing up and making amends and it.

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"mart" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"mart" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mart will close its U. S. Stores on Thanksgiving for the second consecutive year. The nation's largest retailer and biggest private employers said that it wants to give workers time off for all their hard work and dedication to the company. It follows the decision by Target, which announced back in January, it would be closing its stores again on the annual late November Thanksgiving feast day. The move shows how the pandemic will have lasting effects on the retail industry's strategies. Even as the health crisis ebbs. Keith Peters reporting GOP congresswoman at least a phonic announcing she is expecting her first child. New York lawmaker says she and husband Matthew Manda expecting a baby this fall, Stefanik first elected to Congress in 2014, she was elevated to the number three position in the Republican caucus. Last month breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. UFO's making a splash in Washington. Under orders from Congress. The government's been taking a hard look at unidentified flying objects recently and a report summarizing what officials know is expected to come out later this month. An alien unmasking, though, is not likely to officials briefed on the reports say they found no extraterrestrial link to the sightings reported and captured on video, and they say the report is likely not to rule out. Link to another country. On the rocks. TRA reporting Three people are dead. Six have been injured in a shooting at a graduation party early Sunday morning in Florida, a technical issue involving no major safety concerns, forcing Vice President Khama Kamila Harris plane to return to joint base. Andrews in Maryland earlier today, 25 minutes After she had left for trips Who Guatemala and Mexico..

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The Email Paramedic: Reviving Dead Subscribers with Troy Ericson

Uncensored Direct Marketing

02:13 min | 8 months ago

The Email Paramedic: Reviving Dead Subscribers with Troy Ericson

"Sometimes business owners only look at it way like. I don't know how to do this. I need somebody who can save me. Time indistinct us off my plate. But i wanna point out that when you have somebody managing your list for you. They don't just set it up. They actually find a lot of missing out on so for example in my favorite things to do is to go into automations touch them up. So very simple example would be Somebody hasn't abandoned cart. Email while i make it abandon car emails so like instead of one or two turns into three to five or in some cases like seven if they go into a particular series. We'll have browse abandons. Some people don't have like some kind of re engagement strategy. Some people don't have tracking set up to know when people are engaged How they should be using list hygiene properly on another thing too is any time for one of my clients any time somebody to a certain products for offer or calendar for the first time and they don't book or take action that we want them to take they get a follow up email about it answers a lot of their objections. So all these ways to like find money on your list literally just hatching holes with emails And that's where the strategy comes into play where you have. Somebody really intelligent engine. And they're literally finding money for you All the time and these emails once assembled their automated. So you know that you're not missing out on anything when you've got somebody mart manager west. Yeah i mean the the thing is with email list management is. You don't know what you don't know. That's how i see it. Is that once you get somebody to do it. And you start seeing the value hard for people to qualify paying somebody to send a couple of emails. But then like i said as for me is after i got into. It was like holy shit. This is insane. This is intense stuff like whereas i i before i got into it. It was like oh yeah. I'll just throw a couple emails and that'll be it so i do see. I definitely agree with. There's so much value there and there's so many things that you can do and how to communicate with people and how to make things work better at least for me we've we've Automated one process of one part of the business. And it's taken away like so much just like back and forth work Just because it's all getting done automatically and people are

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Pot Users Welcome: Amazon Won't Test Jobseekers for Cannabis

Todd and Don

01:02 min | 8 months ago

Pot Users Welcome: Amazon Won't Test Jobseekers for Cannabis

"Users are welcome. Amazon is halting the testing of applicants for cannabis. Amazon will stop testing jobseekers for marijuana use the company, the second largest private employer in the United States. Behind Wal Mart. Now they're making the changes more states legalized cannabis and introduced laws banning employers from actually testing for it. In March in New York man sued Amazon. Saying the company resented his job offer because he tested positive for the marijuana's The dopes, the pots the devil's cabbage, even though the city band employers from actually testing job applicants, and 2020 S. O Amazon said along still test workers for other drugs. You know that May and you know, affect their impairment. They call it impairment checks on the job. Well, I guess they got to consider that marijuana stays in your system for for a long time doesn't mean you're you're currently hi. Or affected or inhibited by it or whatever. Um So you got to think about that What you do on your own time's one thing, And for many, it's not any more harmless than than having a beer.

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Walmart and Gap Partner to Launch New 'Gap Home' Brand

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Walmart and Gap Partner to Launch New 'Gap Home' Brand

"Oh Gap and Wal Mart have announced a new partnership and we're going to start seeing Gap home products. So that's betting that's you know, Bath goods, bath accessories, home decor, things like that. That's gonna start showing up on walmart dot com on June 24th. Eventually these products will be in Wal Mart stores, the companies said in a joint statement. But for now, it's just gonna be On on walmart dot com. And, you know Walmart has really said this that they've been very aggressive about going after brands and having partnerships and things like that, and they felt like gap was a really good fit, You know, Gap we think of his being about clothing and things like that. But But moving into this moving into this home good space, especially with a very large partner with a lot of infrastructure, like Walmart will be really interesting to watch. Of course, you know, Gap company That's also been in a banana republic. Old Navy Athleta things like that so old Maybe an athletic have really kind of propped up the company in more recent times gap in Banana Republic stores have been struggling a lot more, so we'll see what this move does for gifts. Bottom line. I'm surprised you. You say that about gap I would have figured in

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"mart" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"mart" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"From the comic book shop. How are you. Hey oh well riddick swell of riddick with the maloney and steve. The dog has disappeared. He's leap in. He's justin appeared. Nerd is steve. The dog is here to say hello. I'm a dog or moving the mitchells mitchell's versus the machine hari dog or dog. It was pretty funny. I think that's all that's going through their head they're like hey i'm a dog taking to the park star star. F- gives me snack in the beach. Says that or he just wants my scrunchy. He goes after my scrunches and things. They're their toys because they're like the same material as his shoot chew toys. No it can't go after them. No don't go after it's been a long week. It's been a week. it's like the first week of may and i don't know why it was just such a doozy while we went to las vegas week. Oh maybe we visited mega mart again. Okay we wanted to take the kids to my hometown for mother's day and also to celebrate jack's early birthday situation because i was like you know what when school gets out in a couple of weeks it's going to be nuts so i'd rather go now and i. They can't hear on the stream. Oh well that's terrible. Why would it do that. I don't know it's they must the corvus got hit. I think it's that court getting cut out when it cuts out. When he came into the room it would cut out my stream though because the cameras the note cameras on another port notes. Gay you're right. I don't i don't have no clue. I have no clue. It's supposed to be working. I don't know me and say the works here. They were just hearing it that cord. It has to be that cord or something. I bet you. It's that port i think. Well yeah because look how it wiggles. Put that box behind the computer. It can't stay that's the problem. It's all right but instead of doing a three minutes on technical issues. Yeah we went to the las vegas. And here's something we've been singing the praises of meow wolf and omega mart. For very long time we have talked about omega mar and meow wolf on our show so much so that we have promoted the absolute heck out of it even before it was open. Yes and then we also do a. We also have lifetime pass. We could go to every single event in opening but we're starting to sell. I'm starting to get a little disenchanted by it. I don't know why there's something about it that is starting to rub me the wrong way. I'm not really loving it as much anymore. It just feels like they got so big so quickly that they had to hire a corporate team to come in right. Solve the problems because it seems lake. It's not as personable anymore. Yes which i understand when you get to a certain level you do have to hire somebody to take care of your stuff. But i think lifetime members i don't know if there needs to be like a separate section or something on the website for them or something because it's just it's an interesting theory to charge a lot for a lifetime pass and there's no way to like upgraded if you have kids you know three wives or something all three of them so it covers you and one guest for the rest of your life. You get a discount on extra tickets that you buy so there is that and you do get a twenty five percent off at the gift shop so there is that but as far as lake like we're helping them review stuff we're lifetime members which means we're going to keep going to the grand openings are visiting as much as we can and like we're really analyzing these places because we go so often so it's like if we have something to say should probably listen to us because not only do we help businesses be better but we. We like just helpful with swimmers. I i went down a slide at omega mar and back in february when we first went. It was new. So i mean you know. They're testing stuff out. But now three months later we go back and now my ass yeah is getting chewed on. Shoot on by these slides. And i'm like what happened. And i'm seeing other people wearing shorts seeing them. I'm like you know they've got to get be getting chewed up to. And the slides are made out of metal. They're super fast. They're absolutely insane. They're really cool but at the bottom because it's so fast it's like a three story slide. It's three it's literally a three story slide. So by the tiny go to crash at the bottom they roughed it up with like a knife or sandpaper. Something so that helps you slow down. But it was a terrible decision. It's just terrible because you go from like slick metal and then they make you wear shoe. Booties now that orson. Stop on the sides. I guess they don't want you to use your shoes to stop inside the slide and it's really dangerous to just fly right into a cheese grater at the bottom of loss to hell. Can we get. Can we get some pillows at the bottom. Or there's gotta be another way of. So i got off the slide and i was like oh my god like my ass is like shaved like i'm losing. You know i could totally tell it. Got scraped and five seconds later. This girl comes up to me. She's like are you okay. I heard that you got hurt. And i just wanna make sure that you're okay and if got hurt we can. We can do something we can take care of. You can help like she was on me right away. Like making sure that everything was okay And i told her. I was like well. You know. I didn't lose a limb. I'm not bleeding or anything. There's nothing in the slide free to really clean. How do you clean scrape. I mean.

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"mart" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

02:50 min | 11 months ago

"mart" Discussed on DocsAndMore

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"mart" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"mart" Discussed on DocsAndMore

"Did you ever think he would achieve this with your first documentary or never ever never about it. It was fascinating over. Will mean student. Academia award is the ultimate voter cyrus song. Yeah it was wonderful moment of my life. You still. I'm still smiling. You should be. You should be really proud of yourself for those of us who haven't seen the film Just explain a little bit about what the film them pneumatic doctor. What it's about. It's about the lady doctor. Traveling long and long journeys in all types of weather conditions up to one hundred kilometers in a single day by horse campbell or car around the busiest of providing medical care to magic families into the sheet is just is like a gp expect. She's a gp but she coerce lots of all forms of medical care from internees. Gynecologist surgeon to tease. You know she it. Possessed greatest amount of knowledge in this case. That's that's really missing. That's why i want to make her no she. She is in a brink. How it and brilliant object and as you say it is incredible that the family. She's not to be so multiskilled from pediatrics. Dentistry as you mentioned and everything in between she really does do everything doesn't she. She was on the on the the. Gp this dot village and she knows rights medical catcher. Fortune hundred nomads. Wow that's a lot. That's quite a lot when you were filming out that. Because obviously she's having to travel very long distances. you'll have to travel with her when you're filming. What was the major challenges that you came across working in mongolia working with in the gobi desert following this the that mason doctor was. I didn't fare for the. I know how holiday works how they work. You know how. Delete but i wasn't perfect. It's gonna be back difficult. It will be all together. They sticking these small Car russian car called the sixty nine with the doctor with a cameraman. Sound guy in me. And dr are all together. It was hard there. That guy has no conditioning in. It's all will win win. We opened the window. Bass lots of us come through it. It was difficult to be in. Heart was challenging his house. I night man. Well getting through the you make it sound. You make it look. Very very seamless an very very easy film. You don't there's no hint of like an overcrowded car retool so yeah well ton in along in e you knew the. She's very busy vivid. Even don't have time to have a break in lunch. You know it was very difficult. Always be also be with the with the camera Way should receive school. We just you know the one of the delights of documentary filmmaking always unpredictable yes after reaching this excessive you film and also we've seen success of films like the eagle interest another documentary based in mongolia. Deep believe some people are ready to his stories from parts of the world which they probably ordinarily wouldn't have had about before. yes yes. Yeah i think so because spin closed so many centuries in the people knew about from blue or some tv pucker programs..

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"mart" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"mart" Discussed on DocsAndMore

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"mart" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mart" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"mart" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"mart" Discussed on Classic Races

"Mart. Right now at O Reilly auto parts big to five and a quarter outs bottles of Lucas fuel injector cleaner for eight dollars clean, and lubricate, your fuel system while increasing miles per gallon with two bottles of Lucas fuel injector cleaner for eight dollars at O'Reilly auto parts. Better parts, better prices, every day limits apply. See store for details. Auto parts. Buddy, Baker is just bidded the spectra car here under caution at Charlotte. Motor Speedway thirty eight laps are in the book this afternoon. This is the third caution flag. First one came out on lap ten when dick Brooks crashed out of the number one corner, then just a few laps later on lap. Twenty-seven Blackie, Wayne spun out in turn four out. The second caution flag, and the present one came out on lap number thirty five. When Bill Elliott lost an engine in the front stretch and Barney as we watched this race unfold. Again, we're seeing competition with a capital c that's the way it's been since the drop of the green flag in riverside, California in January or reminder, to our listeners on June. Third Texas four hundred will be the race will be covering an American broadcasting company from college station, Texas, that two mile high Bank facility. The Winston covers then move on to California. Unless Richter's great organization will be hosting the Napa riverside, four hundred on Sunday June, tenth Amarin broadcasting company, will be there to bring you all the action as well as the Gabriel four hundred from Brooklyn, Michigan for Winston covers on June seventeen on July fourth. We'll be back at the birthplace of speed Daytona Beach, Florida for the running of the firecracker four. Hundred at Daytona International Speedway that f I a listed event in everybody wants to see what it'll be like in the last lap. When we go for four hundred miles in the firecracker race, then on July fourteenth, the Winston covers will be a Nashville twenty Nashville Tennessee on the fifteen we will be covering the action of the Championship Auto Racing teams as they host the Norton twin two hundreds at Michigan International Speedway on July twenty nine. That's the Coca Cola five hundred for Pocono, Pennsylvania for Winston Cup grand nationals August fifth Talladega. Five hundred from Talladega. Alabama upcoming motoracing network broadcasts on June twenty-fourth. We will be covering the action of the United States auto club as they go from the Indianapolis five hundred to five hundred of the east, the music, five hundred from Pocono International Speedway. And then on July fifteenth as we said the Norton twin two hundred from Michigan National speedway, and that is a Championship Auto Racing team. Championship carbon Jackie. I'm in the pits with Bill Elliott, who lost an engine. I soon Beth what happened Bill. Yeah. That's right now. The car was running pretty good. And it was working pretty good. Now, just don't try to ride out where I was running. And he just LEGO omen, they'll disappointing to go at this early very disappointing. Well, you've done a real job where sorry to see you out of that race this early. Thank you. Bye. Thank Mr. Yondo with Thermo king. He gives Simoni for this rice, and I thank him for helping us. The voice of Bill Elliott, who loses it early here in the world. Six hundred forty laps Dow complete this afternoon, four hundred laps for lane in the race or four hundred laps will comprise, the six hundred miles this afternoon. Third caution flag. The is on the field to update you a little bit of now. They're running Earnhardt, is in the lead under this caution flag. He has not been back in the pits, Darrell Waltrip rides in second position, it looks like Neil Bonnett as moved up to third. And for Dale Earnhardt, this is a drastic change from when we first saw him. Come on the Winston Cup Grand National scale around the, on the circuit with I, we'll cronk Christ's car last year here, Charlotte Motor Speedway. A lot of people felt that he was a little too, tough on a quick and a little bit too much chomping at the bit as they would say, but he's changed his style since the Winston Cup victory. Bristol international raceway and all the drivers now say that he's more of a lay back. He's more fun to run with. And he's begin to pay dues not land. I to season, are you want to be aggressive in trying to do everything you can, you know, been you and young thing that you can't get too aggressive and too out of shape with these guys. You know, they start talking about the, you know, get some bad things start about you. But I sorta told myself down little and started looking at the other guys how they race in Allison, and a couple of guys and, and looking forward to the end of the right toward the end of the race. And so, you know, trying to get up front, and I and everyone there and sorta running with my Jake elders happn alone that and for getting me, you know, toned-down pacing me and making, you know, helping me run race. We want to run instead of somebody else's rice it. It. I think Ned Jarrett can Philipson a bit more on that. I'm standing by in the pits of the Austrian and team and Jake elder this here comparing with one of the pit crew members there right now to see some sort of if you've got a problem, Jake figured out the gay smells, you need it looks like the kids doing okay out there. I think he's a bit too. All right now, you do what you like to see him slow down a little bit. I hope he does can't you tell him to on that radio? I told him while goes slowdown coaches long race. Go could only gonna worry Steph out. Okay. That's Jake elder the crew chief on the Australian car number two, and you heard what he'd like for him to do. Well, we talked with Jake about that yesterday afternoon. And Jake says he's very enthusiastic. He likes to get up there. Earnhardt, even told me the other day in the garage area. It's extremely hard when the car feels good to take it to the front to kind of run back in third fourth and fifth, but six hundred miles it's a long way here at show at this afternoon, but he came from fifteenth position moved into the lead here this afternoon forty two laps or now complete here in the world. Six hundred it is. Earnhardt in front. And at the forty lap rundown, the official rundown, we have from scoring Earnhardt, as a leader, Walter per second running in third spot. Right now is Neil Bonnett Richard petty is fourth and fifth position has been Parsons, six this kale. Yarborough seventh is a rookie driver. Joe Milliken riding an eight. This Terry Labonte another rookie candidate for nineteen Seventy-nine tie, Scott rides in nightspot, an intent position is Donnie, Allison. And we are still under caution as the field is working down in the south end of the track in front of Mike. Joy still a bit of oil dry here on the track. And turn one bardy way, down in the low group has Bill Elliott got his car Hoffa speedway down by the time he was out of the second turn. There are still some slick spots, but the all dry is doing a good job of picking it up. And as they run around with just about set to go back to green. We see Ernie more one of the NASCAR Stewart's who was out on pit road mobile to go as he gives signals to the drivers, and it looks like they're getting ready to go back to green in the world, six hundred here, this time buys the pace car takes them up into the number three corner there in front of gold. Everybody throughout the race. They've come up along backstretch. They've had their way to choose how to go through the turn. They using every inch of real estate. And now here they are almost run over the pace cars. They come up through the gearbox and head back into the number one quarter Wofford waste no time in going after the lead, Walter wants to lead this race. He's on the outside of her heart into turn one dente longside now Earnhardt, bulls back in front of turn to and comes up with the group out of two. It'll be Earnhardt Waltrip, bonnet teddy and Benny Parsons, and biff very partial being trailed by kale, Yarbrough price the closer that got there as well back in the front of the pack of challenges lay Darrell Waltrip down low. Dale Earnhardt takes mental group Neil bottom looks at the free ride he tries to spring grove and it's going to be welcomed on floor. Will you heard Nejat talking with crew chief JC elder the car? They alert hard to slow down a little bit. He's back to second position, but he is right in the thick of things down to turn one for that, number two spot, the front, four broken away by five Carlex. Overpay place. Benny Parsons, at Earnhardt, is locked onto the bumper of Darrell Waltrip, then it is bonded and petty looking to the inside of the backstretch, Richard Buday trying to make them all by Neil Bonnett. But he thinks better right here and touch himself behind Neil Bonnett tries a squirrel out of bed looking for some racing Remond Dale Earnhardt, Neil Bonnett going down low, but now floats back in behind her and heightened intimate. Welcome leading floor across the line. Waltrip in front Earnhardt writing second, bonnet is third. Fourth is penny v as Parsons sixes, kale Yarbrough, seventh Donnie, Allison, as they worked, turn one delete battles. Tightened up into a six car draft desert heart goes downstairs turned to he assigned by side with Walter, the two body Carlos out of turn to they are dead, even nobody making them all right here, they still go side by side. Neil Bonnett trying to stick to those in there and make it three wide. He purchased Darrell Waltrip today, come while tip stems on the high side of Daryl Earnhardt, it'll make Gert down low Walsh up on the high side. Four Earnhardt comes to the stripe on the inside. He will lead the world six. Hundred it almost off on the grass is he challenges Richard petty. Poor third spot. They have stacked up three too deep three deep now interred one three by two out of the second third Earnhardt low side up front Waltrip in second spot at bottom of the race track in third teddy is alongside bonded. It's too wide for four spot. Also on Richard punish having on. He goes down the back straight away and still hangs on third spot. Meanwhile, front of the puck Darrell Waltrip trying it down low on bail Earnhardt. Earnhardt going way. Hi, walter. Thanks in front number one here petty. Walter brides, the Gatorade Chevrolet across the stripe to lead the world, six hundred Earnhardt run. Second, Betty is third bonded. His fourth Parsons, his fifth Jabre on the inside is six Donnie Allison is seven from Charlotte Motor Speedway. This is the Marin broadcasting company. Cheer has just got up that you can hear the next county for Richard petty. He's the lead in front of Mike. Joy seven cars in the Lee draft pettily, Darrell Waltrip, Earnhardt his third. He'll bonnets looks back up in the draft in fourth midway down the backstretch, Earnhardt, interestingly, her reinforcement going way, high higher than everybody else, but money Parsons, for the eight Darrell Waltrip sweeping by underneath Richard Cutty here comes Richard, buddy. Right back aches to run second. Pete calendar again just beautiful racing here Charlotte Motor Speedway. It's been that way all season. They run from the drop of the green this afternoon like it was the last lap petty Waltrip door to door for the lead in one petty stays on the inside through the trial into one and out of turn to Walter moves up on the back, bumper of Walter Gatorade, Chevrolet that's heart in third spot right behind Walter five parts under a blanket for the lead. That's gonna make Walsh that on the outside,

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