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"mclennan" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
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"mclennan" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
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"mclennan" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
Detecting Emotion Through Gait with Aniket Bera
"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen Mall I'm your host modeled Schmeltzer our guest. Today is unaccounted. Berra is the research professor in computer science at the University of Maryland at the Gamma Lab. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much. Thank you for inviting. Yeah thanks so much for joining us today. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role at the University of Maryland. Sure I've been with him for a little under a year so for this was at. Unc Chapel Hill for a year and had mcbean St at UNC in robotics so a hermit research over the last few years has been trying to work on the social aspect of our bodies whether from the computer vision side where we look different objects after we as humans when we look at different objects. How do we perceive them? So my research has always been about. Data perception for robots and robot can understand the world around us like as humans. It's what research has been over the last six seven years might Rowlatt you. Md has enough research faculty. I advise about seven students now from vision. Applications to robotic applications the psychology driven. Ai Applications on McLennan field of research is something affective computing affective computing. What it means is that we're trying to gauge emotions on Detroit's you in aggressive Shy said figured out different cues from your visual appearance like your facial expressions the way you speak things the way you walk from all of that. Can I figure out your emotions and then do something? According you follow. What specific here. That was something that we found really interesting. You know part of the reason why we reached out to you and hang you join us on their today podcasts. As we wrote an article for our today podcast listeners. He may or may not know that Kathleen and I are also contributing writers to Forbes and tech target and one of the articles that wrote in Forbes was how systems might be able to detect your emotion. Just by taking a look at how you walk and other sort of non maybe visual facial visual or verbal cues and that's part of what being socially intelligent is. I guess we as humans can read things like body language. But there's a lot more to it. So maybe you can explain some of the concepts of socially intelligent robots and why this idea of social intelligence is important yes oh the concept of socially intelligent robots is essentially making robots understanding humans. Better so we. As humans are not objective to be tend to evaluate unheard of things based on out upbringing aquaculture in all these different rates. And then associate all those things in everyday life so In this research which you mentioned the phobic mad we did when research way we could figure out how people walk and then have a garden new. Somebody's side we could mechanize that person sadness just by looking at his a her. Buster is a hub body language and maybe the robot can walk up to that person and ask questions. You look sad today. Can I help you like some help if somebody is Chris excessively angry? I might want to talk to that person and maybe even avoid that person together. Assembly looks confused. The robot co that Bush announce something that you look lost here. Do you need help been something. Do you need to some place? So all these different we inherently as humans. Do which usually doing tend to do those things so go. The last Jedi as robotics has always been about solving problems accurately and objectively so. Let's say you know the goal for about is go from point eight in be and the robot will try to figure out the shortest are the most efficient go from point eight point what via bringing in is also being associated vendor most socially aware the. Somebody's walking. I want that other person to have his hub Robot I do not want to enjoy on. Somebody's face so having all the social norms social events bring it back to robotics is what the concept of socially intelligent robot as unwise. This idea important I think has become more primetime and as they become more available among says I think they should try to attempt to understand humans and be Understand humans but go beyond that and be part of the human society He not interesting because we talk about commonsense emotional Iq and that's incredibly hard for robots and artificial intelligence to actually have been a lot harder than I think. Maybe some people realize although there has been some discussion around it and at COG Melika for the past two years we've actually done voice assistant benchmark and commonsense and emotional. Iq were too of the categories of questions that we asked because supposingly the systems were not very good at that but this idea of AI systems that can detect emotion based on gate is a really unique idea. So where did this concept come about? So we started this. Actually I think about skate years ago. I mean I know. Eight years ago IAE wasn't the we'd know now things were different back then but we started with the concept of can't be figured out somebody's personality just the like just looking at how they walk back. Then we started the representing every human being every industry as a single entity as a single dot on the screen so used to look at videos. And how this guy is trying to avoid somebody to cut across people to figure. Oh his guys aggressive. This guy's got shy guy walks around all these other guys look from that and now we figured out so from the dot aspect of figuring out the entire body leg rewrite now have around twenty two points Bush and so all our lake from your leg from your hand gestures your shoulder through your slaughtering head so all these things. All these different cues which we observe. That wasn't really being studied before there's a lot of research on the emotional especially from faces. You know somebody's happy. Somebody said there's a lot of research in this field especially from speech in the way I see something. Let's say I'm happy? I'm very happy today. I'm okay I'm happy but also the way you say. The sentence is the content of the sentence is one thing but also to the way you was at so all these different cues were being studied in different fees realized that the body language is something which really people studying. We look at people a lot. We look when they walk in the talking when they're driving but we don't we we know what they're going to but we don't really like we haven't understood how gives how walking body language relates to emotion so our on this hatred emotion is kind of it could be added all these facial cues with speed with other were. Hughes from the human so I researched
"mclennan" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Because you don't know what the hell these guys are talking about like. It's impossible to fall yesterday. O'neill was talking about taking a dump with your phone not on me. So tell us what noodles every day for three hours. You're with Ole Hayes. What is that like what it's not on the air because I think I got a pretty good idea. Tell the other guys. Yeah I mean. Honestly it's it's we. We've gotten into a routine now where Let's say it was a regular day and the world was was normally you go to the studio. I would get there about three fifty four four o'clock show and I interact with as a little bit and we rarely talk before the show because I found. I don't know how you guys are but your your gold is is usually your first impression of something she never want to be like. Oh did you see the game last night? And then you give your opinion and you start talking about it before you're on air so we have kind of disagreement like hey that's it like you know. Save it for the air. We always save it for the air. So it's and I don't know if you guys know me like I am completely neutral. I don't have. I don't bleed blue. I don't you know I'm not a fan of the Toronto Maple leaves. I didn't grow up in Ronald so I don't have this allegiance like like. Oh dog in Hayes do so you know? There's games where I walk in and I go. I'm walking into a Hornet's nest because you know the leaves craft went off last night. We're up three one in las five three and I know Hayes is head is GonNa Explode and always gonNA lose his mind and I'm sitting there going okay. How am I gonNA try and not make this bad radio as forest? You know I gotta stay in the middle here. And when they go one way too far the other two other way too far I try and wedge myself in the middle so their personalities are great like like Hayes. Hayes is a thirty five year old. I would say he's fifty years old in his mentality as far as he's is maturity and away carries himself but it's it's it's funny because I am biased. I think he's an amazing host and he's a really bright sports mind and you know he's got a great voice and he's got that got it in his blood so. I think he's is kind of the brilliant ones who kind of drives the bus and Oh is gonna try and describe him. Good luck. I A JACKLEY. I mean you guys know as as well as anybody trying to Scott describe I think he is just like he was as a player. I he insanely talented. Really sharp but can come off. You know. Lazy can come off all of these things that maybe were knocks of him as a player. And you know he's he's guys that I know. Played with him loved him because he kinda is a very quick witted guy. Very Funny I. I didn't realize how funny he wasn't till I started working with a mitre stories that you know he kinda shoots from the hip and a straight shooter and stuff but He's another level when it comes to in the media because he doesn't have I don't really do play mcaulay did you play with holly in Saint. Louis missed him. Yeah Okay so like Brent Hall is kind of like that Brett hull had no filter and what Hollywood walk into the dressing room in the morning. Even look at somebody's sticky Chris. Mcalpine are grinding. Stay at home defenceman. Eat Look at his stick and just drop it on the ground no wonder you have no skill and he would walk away like he like he but he wasn't being mean about it and you just knew how. How can you use this sick one? You can't make a pass like he and he wasn't being rude about it it. Just that's how he was and I think Oh. Has that the the same type of mentality where he just. Oh say something. And then he's like. Oh you know it's funny and I think Oh kind of just keeps us all on our tele- so it works in for you know from four to seven. It's just Kinda like ray set. We have no idea what's coming around the the bent. We'll be talking about you know a serious topic. You know like Matthews or what's going on and all of a sudden will will tune out and say you know I'd rather smell a bus driver seat after eight hours of that shift. Then then talk about this anymore and I'm like what you like. Where did you come up with it like you're talking? We were talking about like what you're rather he's like. I would rather take my snout right to a bus driver seat after an eight hour shift of eating chilly for lunch then behalf to do this and we were like where is this coming from like that. But that's just oh like he's a very unique ya so you know like like you. You never know what's coming around the band but the show is fun for the most part. I mean there's days where we have bad shows and were edgy. And and it doesn't translate that well to the fans because we get we we get two on each other but You know these guys are lifelong friends regardless if the show last or not. So it's a it's a good mix there well this. The foundation of success of overdrive is exactly what you said noodles on. That said you know. First and foremost you're considering. How do we make this fun for the listener? And we we get that on a day by day basis but you posted and speaking of fun on twitter. I think it was last week. We all sort of throw out our top five jobs right. The top five jobs that we had prior to be with you guys. Nhl Careers and now broadcasters or in my case the broadcast world I mean we can't go through all five of them. Although five of them are pretty hilarious you started by mowing lawns. You worked at McDonalds pizza delivery dude. You worked at Your Dad's construction company. You're applauders apprentice. But the one that jumped off the twitter page for me was five as so technically would six and you acknowledge that you are a laundry technician at Commonwealth stadium for the Edmonton Eskimos. And and take us through that process of how do you get a job as a laundry technician and then there was a fire that nobody seems to. You don't want to Take responsibility for starting. Okay Still I. Two older brothers and my middle brother's best friend was a guy named Robbie Strecker now. Robbie was the assistant equipment manager for the Edmonton Eskimos that the head equipment manager comfort. And and Gordon everyone who at tsn who would cover the AFL would know the head equipment managers name his name. Is Dwayne Mandrusiak? So every summer for two weeks during training camp for the Eskimos they needed extra help and honest to God guys. The DOPP paid. Well I mean I think I started when I was sixteen or Seventeen Robbie. Who was the assistant equipment manager? Got Me the job and it paid a thousand bucks like for two weeks like think of the money like that's thirty two thirty three years ago however long ago it was like it was that lasted me for the whole summer and this was like a June jaw so I would and I'm not lying. I would work with Joey. Moss Joy Mostert for people who don't know as is you know a been a fixture with the the Edmonton sports scene with the oilers and the Eskimos and and Gretzky's close to them. All the players are close with him and and Joey was kind of their laundry guy and basically the the guys who joked like. Hey like Joey's your boss you you know you sort it out with Joey but I would drive the truck so they were doing two days and it was at Concordia College which was a five minute drive from Commonwealth Stadium so Commonwealth was emptied. They wouldn't do their training camp there so what happened is in the morning They would have their morning session. Joey and I would go over. We pick up their laundry in all those big baskets and their towels and everything we'd had lunch. We bring it back and I would unload it. Go back and drop joey off and then. I would basically wash the laundry. The minute was done at flickered into the dryers and I had Commonwealth to myself. I'm not lying. There's nobody there so I would go for a workout. I do whatever I needed to do. And then once the stuff was dry. I'd put it back in the Benz. Full the towels and take it back and ender afternoon session was over and I would kind of rinse repeat do that and then the next day I I would you know I did that for two weeks straight like there was no days off because they they basically went for two weeks straight. So one day I go over. I've got the stock by bringing up the Commonwealth on working out and I hear this like Bang like a massive bang like almost like an explosion and I go running down to the dressing room and there's a big laundry of these these. The washer dryers or industrial size are big ones. And as I walk into the room. There's like a fire coming out of the drier and drier still on like spinning still so. I might God and I go towards it and this this ring of fire kind of explodes out towards me and I was wearing a long-sleeved shirt and it caught my arm on fire and a little bit of my might alleged and I was like Oh like oh no I gotTa stop dropping role here so I stopped dropping role and unrolling around the the laundry room floor. If you can paget there's smoke coming out and stop the drier. But just as I stopped the dryer the lint bins are big underneath that POPs open and the door of the dryer poss- open and the Dryer is spinning it expanding the underwear in fire. So those are catching fire. Mike Oh my God this thing is growing so I run right away and I. I jump over this desk and I called nine one one and I'm screaming like screaming at the nine one one lady. I'm like there's a fighter s lows dressing room Commonwealth stadium. And just leave the phone there. So that if she didn't understand she could trace the number or whatever and I ran back in the fire was growing because it was like the underwear underwear had spit out and it was like getting bigger and bigger and I was like. I've got nothing like I I. I couldn't see where there was a fire extinguisher or anything like that unsure group. I'm not sure I know it was there afterwards but I ran into the bathroom. I hooked up this little garden hose and I ran all the way back in was just honest to God. You have no pressure. It's just basically pissing out and I'm like trying to stick my finger in it just spray it. And there's black smoke coming out and uncovered in soot and all of a sudden over my left shoulder just like one spray boon and a firefighter standing there and he he put it out in three seconds but I liked black suit all over my face in my arm by arm kind of gated. Burn through my shirt a little bit and I went. Sat Down and the firefighter is they. They're all right there really cool about. I think I was like seventeen or eighteen. So we had to call Dwayne Mandrusiak decibels had no idea what was going on because they rack Concordia. So we call. Dwayne and Dwayne rushed over and I was sitting there like just basically like weeping. I'm like I'm sorry I I don't know what happened and and it's so funny because when I look back on it like I don't know what would happen. I always joke that I save Commonwealth stadium from burning to the ground. But like I like that was legitimately my job for like two weeks and then I think the funny part that Dwayne always jokes like even after I got drafted and signed it. Nhl Contract. I worked one more summer and I was driving a Nissan. Three hundred hundred acts I basically was had signed for more than some of the players. Were making an and the joke. Was I would roll up in a sports car and I'd be doing their laundry and at one of the player said Dwayne is like how much you paying that laundry boy like. This guy's got nicer cars than us. So anyways long story short it was a very scary moment and the when when I was done and I had stood on. My face went home and my buddies were waiting to go out. Drank that night with me and I came through the door and I literally like my arm was seen just had said all over my face and I had to tell the story all over again so they were signed by the doozy of jobs but it that way. Well I mean short of you going through all of them I I would recommend everybody. Just go to Jamie's twitter account because there's a couple of things one. You were really industrious because you were you. Were always working to. I don't know if you were good at anything you did because you work the new job. It seemed like five times a summer. So that would tell me that you know you didn't execute things very well but give him this time here. We're nobody's playing hockey. Tell the people listening here. How does a a fourteen year? Nhl Goal tender finished his career in Japan. Yeah I mean that was. It's a check out the way we might three Zona suspension unfortunate circumstance. There and you'll hand friends than whose unfortunate for him or you honest to God if you guys go back and look at it. I chopped him in the right like the right here and he dropped like he'd been shot. It was it was a two hander. Was hit looked to identify. It looked bad.
"mclennan" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"Minutes. Liza MINNELLI performed Song it was hit. Apparently the guests were standing on their seats tossing their programs up in the air and it was apparently hands down. They said the Americans won the battle. Yes and You can tune into our battle oversight episode to learn more we spoke to Pulitzer Prize winning journalist. Robin Govan about it. And she's actually written in a terrific book on the subject as well so if you'd rather read about it and listen about it you can do that. Hi I'm Oscar. Romero a host the daily dive a Daily News. Podcast about the biggest stories of the day. If you need something quick to listen to and help get your morning started with the news. That people are buzzing about this. Is The podcast for you. I've been a radio producer for many years. And I know how to navigate the fast-moving news cycle and bring you the stories. 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I mean there are already so many accomplishments at this point but her career was far from over. She actually works into her nineties right until she was ninety. Nine I think or ninety eight. What are some of the aspects of these later decades of her career that you might like to make note of well? She continued working with the CFDA UNJUST. We should clarify here when we say. Cfd? 'cause I don't think we. We said the Council of Fashion Designers of America Council of fashion designers of America exactly so she continued working with them and she also continued working with her individual clients and she ran her syndicated column up until. I think the age of ninety nine. Yeah which is incredible. Yeah and that was around two thousand or two thousand and two. I guess so yeah. She remained busy but she after the size. You sort of slightly took a backseat as most of her organizations were up and running But she continued working non-stop everyday. Is there anything that in the exhibition? That you haven't yet highlighted that you would like to chat about a little. Do you have a favorite object? One of my favorite segments. Is this dialogue between her. And Jackie Kennedy. When Kennedy was still a senator's wife in nineteen sixty and her husband was campaigning. He was supported by the International Ladies Garment Workers Union and that actually helped him win the New York state as he was running for president. So David Dubinsky who is the head of the International Garment Workers Union contacted? Jack Kennedy telling him that his wife needed to trust American. In every way for this inauguration. So Julius Hoffman who is a label maker for the International Ladies Garment Workers Union? Told Jack Listen you need to get in contact with Eleanor Lambert She is fashion and she will point you in the right direction. So that's when they chose Cassini and so we have a letter from Jackie. Kennedy's office a refuting. The article that was published in women's wear daily where she says you know. I don't know these designers and I and I don't know Madam Gray is and I don't know why everyone is so obsessed with what I'm wearing so because fashion is political. You can't be more explicit about that in this particular instance and this was perfect. Example of it so Oleg Cassini knew he was a costume designer originally so he also knew how to copy. What Jackie Kennedy? Light whose Jeevan she. But he also knew that he wanted to give her a very muted Palette. So you'd really just highlight Jackie. Kennedy's beautiful face And so she went with him and we have a letter from eleanor to Jackie congratulating her on choosing Cassini and Halston was also who is still working for Brooke. Burke at the time was also hired to Design her hat the famous ox half so soon after life magazine published this article about how every woman in America wanted to Jackie Kennedy and eleanor. Lambert said. Now there's this millions of small medium and large Jackie. Kennedy's all across America Speaking of some intriguing correspondent sets in the collection. We also have The back and forth between Charles James and Eleanor Lambert which are pretty Wonderful Charles James. Of course we've already done an episode on him as well it notoriously difficult to work with and got to be in his bonnet and returned his cody awards one year because he was mad at Elinor and we have some really biting stinging telegrams and letters back and forth between the two over this whole incident as well so I know face Eicher to`real partner round up going through a lot of these and it was a real debate whether or not to include them in the exhibition. At the end of the day we decided to not do that but we did. We do have one promotional photograph that she still had in her collection of Charles. James Charles James Coat but that was it aside from the letters Carol. Thank you so much Before we wrap up for the day. Is there anything else that you would like to add Well we also have some events that coincide with the exhibition One is a conversation with Amy Collins and Simon Dunem. That is happening tonight. And that's based on her book that just came out the international best dressed list another panel discussion. We have is on fashioned in diversity. And that's at the end of the month and on March Twenty Six. We'll be showing the documentary. Eleanor godmother of American fashion which was directed by her grandson Moses Bergson after the film there'll be a panel discussion with Moses Bergson And her former Assistant John. The forest and John Tiffany We also WANNA thank Bettina Sika. Who was the author of ultimate style? The best of the best dressed list. She was very helpful in our research These events are free. They're open to the public And you can find more information out on. Fit's website and the museum has its whole own page on that site so you can find out more information there carol. Thank you so much for joining us today. In congratulations again thank you carol. Thank you so much for joining us today to talk about the legendary. Eleanor Lambert. I mean April. She lived to be one hundred years old and it seems like she did not waste one second of it no this. She didn't know she didn't end the sheer volume I've accomplished is rather astounding and should be quite inspiring to many of us right now and perhaps Can Be attributed to her rather perturbing penchant for not taking no as an answer in her in the New York Times a really close friend of hers who loved her dearly John Loring he said He said her motto was. Don't look back. There were no rehashes or post-mortems. She didn't care hoot about what was over triumphs as well as defeats and she wouldn't take no for an answer. She didn't hear it throw her out through the front door and she'd fly back through the. Trans. I mean I love her. She sounds like a WHO and I'm a little salad. I never got to meet this woman while someone who did meet her as John Tiffany. Who worked as her assistant for a period and two thousand eleven? He published a book on his former boss. Eleanor Lambert still here. I believe it's technically out of print. But you can still definitely find the used copies on Amazon or other book dealers and dress listeners. We just want to mention that. Of course the museum. Fit like so many museums across New York City and the world actually is currently closed so you cannot see this exhibition in person as of now however. The museum at fit does have an incredible online website. And you can check out pieces of that exhibition online there so definitely had on over to Fit NYC DOT EDU Slash Museum To check out this and the other exhibitions currently view. I think that does it for us. This week draws listeners. May you consider the legacy of American fashion in your closet? Next time you get dress please join us on Thursday for our Minnesota where we keep you up to date on the latest happenings in the world of fashion history. And or answer your listener questions. If you'd like to submit a question for future fashioned history history you can email us at dressed. I heart media DOT COM or on instagram at dressed under four podcasts. As always thank you to our producers Casey p grim and holly fry and everyone else that iheartmedia. That makes this show possible each week. We will talk to you Thursday..
"mclennan" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"Believe in one thousand nine hundred went to a went to a fashion show that was held into old loft and part of the ceiling fell down on her and some of the audience so she decided that they might want to move the fashion shows into tents and that was where the idea of having the Bryant Park came from so all of these things are going on but at the same time. Lambert is also In addition to working as a publicist writing a nationally syndicated newspaper column right. Yes you tell us a little bit about this. Yeah she started writing She which was syndicated. It was syndicated in about sixty different countries. And she wrote it up until her death. It was one of those things he'd never gave up on she wrote an article specifically About an fit graduate called. John Hagans who cover in our show and It's very cute But she would write about designers. You're right about fashion forecasts and at a certain point later on in the eighties I think it switched to just eleanor. Lambert as opposed to she. But your special collections. I believe has every article that she's written already much have a lot of her columns which we actually have Her papers there which in total is about sixty linear feet materials. And it is this. It's the entire history of American fashion right there in that one collection it is. It's pretty amazing. It's actually one of our most used collections these days as well One of the other significant portions of that archive or all the records pertaining to the founding of the CFDA which was yet another organization that she helped found what can you tell us about the CFDA because it kind of like picked up. Where the cody awards left off. It did well initially when she created this. Efta nineteen sixty two after she finished with the New York. City The New York tour group which had been a Partisan York dress institute And The New York Tour Group did promote department stores and designers but the FDA was purely designers And so it became a not for profit by doing that. It was able to apply to become a member of the National Council of the arts so the National Endowment for the Arts administartions late thirties and senator claiborne. Pell of New York Convinced Eleanor come down to Washington to testify. That fashion was American. Art Form Right so We have a transcript in our show of testimony and it's wonderful she quotes Harriet. Beecher stowe from an eighteen forty six column called Chimney Corner that she had written and she wrote about American fashion and how American women should adopt alien fashions that she's as she put it so this idea of Americans having their own identity through fashion with not a new one. Yeah and that's when it sort of took off yesterday. The the main thrust of her career had been fashioned but she never entirely stepped outside of the art world. What was her relationship to the art world both personally and professionally so the art world didn't just consist of artists. She was also friends with actors. Singers Writers She friends with Judy. Garland Truman Capote so beaten Even Robert Mapplethorpe and this also spurred the best dressed lists. This was another way that she was able to draw attention to the artists and performers that she was friends with this whole Creative Society of New York City and America. Really so one of the things we cover in our show is the black and White Ball. Which really in Capote exactly which really highlights you know everybody. She knew Truman capote wanted this to be the party of year and he wanted it to be about himself. And Eleanor Lambert was like. You can't make us all about so. She wanted convincing him to have the guest of honor. Be Katharine Graham. From The Washington Post. And she invited all the Creme de la Creme of New York City to Including Marietta tree whose head piece we have On display from that black and white ball and that was gifted by her daughter Penelope tree also a famous model exactly We also highlight Salvador Dali in the exhibition She was working with the International Silk Congress in the late forties and has silk been had been out of production during the Second World War. There was a massive campaign to put it back into dressing again and to introduce a whole generation that hadn't worn it So she got the International Silk Congress to Commission Salvador Dali to build mega poster About the promotion of Silk. And he did this beautiful painting of butterflies and cocoons and it wound up on the cover of American fabrics and he also then that that Motif Translated into a series of ties that he was designing and the museum has templates of these designs That he had created so we also have one of those on display as well. Oh that's so nice. Well you said this phrase earlier which pulls me into the next thing. I want to talk about just perfectly. You said that Truman capote wanted his very famous black and white ball to be the party of the year. Well actuality one museum in particular that Lambert worked with was the Metropolitan Museum of Art In its of special note to all of us as fashion historians because Eleanor was yet again at the founding of the Costume Institute. At the met and one of the initiatives that she did there was its annual gala or fund raiser which at the time was called. Party of the year the now of course we know it as the met gala. Yes yeah yeah. The idea. Fashioning started with a collection for a very wealthy woman called Irene Louison. She collected antique costumes. National Costumes In Conde NAST also interested in the idea so lambert had lunch with the mets director and told him about this collection and pitched the idea for a fashion wing She believed that could be a place of research and inspiration for designers however the director believed the fashion industry needed to coordinate a fundraiser. To quote prove their interest this presented a token fund so they discussed raising two hundred and fifty thousand dollars as a permanent endowment. Start this department. And they wound up in raising up to three hundred fifty thousand dollars However after the first year the met came back to Lambert and ask for additional thirty thousand dollars because the money they raised went to the main fund of the museum so this decided to organize another fundraiser. Which is now called the Party of the year Or THE COSTUME INSTITUTE. Gala and that started in the nineteen forties and they raised about one hundred thousand dollars a year And now with an winter I believe they raise about two hundred million alone for the costume institute itself. Yeah I think last year the price of a ticket was thirty. Thousand Dollars Yes. One ticket is not a table friends. That's one ticket. Yes some of the price has gone up tag. Yes an end. This was actually something that she worked tirelessly on throughout her career charitable causes. There were several others. Would you care to detail a few more of these philanthropic endeavors that she undertook? Yes she wanted coordinating. The fashion shows for the march of dimes with a woman called Elaine White Law and they held it at the waldorf-astoria from nineteen forty five until nineteen sixty so they would have celebrities like Marilyn Monroe. Liza Minnelli Judy Garland Common they would do these fashion shows and they would raise a ton of money for this one of the other initiatives for the CFDA as it was a not for profit was to do fundraising so while they started out as one organization Environment mid seventies spread split into two and created the CFDA foundation where they do a lot of fundraising for AIDS HIV research professional developments So she had her hands at a lot of pots at that time. Yeah absolutely it could be argued that the grand deportees small office. I may have been one of her greatest coups that she pulled off. This was also a philanthropic invent. We've already done an episode on it. But would you give us a very brief overview of this legendary charity event organized by? Lambert yes well nineteen seventy-three. She helped organize it with a curator called Gerald Vendor camp And it was done in order to help restore the PELS FOR CY. Which by the seventies was starting to fall apart So Lambert success to doing a fashion show with a French designers American designers and it would be a sort of international battle of sorts So she included Oscar de la Renta Bill Blass Stephen Burrows Halston and Anne Klein and then the French had Mark Bowen She von She Saint Laurent's Ungaro. Npr Cardin at the end of the day. The French side had spent about an hour and a half and this elaborate production but then the Americans came on and they just came out. It was over in thirty.
Results Negative For Baylor Student Tested For Coronavirus
"D. and Baylor University has just released the results of that of that student was suspected of possibly having the coronavirus Baylor University just weeding out that they were pleased to share the Waco McLennan county public health district announced that test results were negative for coronavirus for the Baylor student who samples were sent to the CDC last week so that means that the student at Texas a and M. and the student at Baylor who were both possibly suspected of having the corona virus and having those samples sent to the CDC they both came back negative so so far no confirmed cases of the coronavirus here in the state of Texas good news
Our Dream Routines with BEAUTY BAY
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De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Daily Sal tops two thousand eighteen chronicle top twenty five football rankings. Final two thousand eighteen chronicle. Top twenty five football rankings are KTM rec L W comment. One day LaSalle twelve to one one twenty seventh street NCIS title, just short at state to liberty thirteen one to know NCIS title, but state one champs three Menlo Atherton thirteen to eleven CCS d one and state three AA champions four Wilcox four one six state three eight chaps most wins and bay area five valley. Christian eleven to three seven C C S D two champions overachieved six Saint Francis. Eleven three three w Cal. Champs two tough losses to finish seven Clayton valley. Nine two four hung with liberty for a half. Eight Pittsburgh seven four five win healthy. Probably second best team nine Bishop O'Dowd eleven to nine NCIS division. Two champions ten cardinal Newman. Eleven one eight flip of Cohen, ends brilliant season eleven Palo Alto tend to ten one of bay. Area's most improved teams twelve mclennan's twelve to twenty elite company with third straight state title thirteen SR valley nine four twenty two NCIS D one title was programs third overall, fourteen Rancho Kotite eleven to two eleven untimely injury to QB Jared Stocker fifteen Campo Lindo there. Eighteen three nineteen thirty two TD passes from junior grant Harper sixteen freedom nine four eighteen loss. Twenty eight to twenty one two s RV an NCIS finals seventeen Merrin Catholic. Ten four and are one of Mazi moyenne ads. Best coaching jobs. Eighteen Sarah seven five thirteen dream two thousand seventeen season too hard to match nineteen Antioch. Seven four fourteen. Lost big lead in NCIS D one upset loss twenty less Lomas, twelve to one fifteen scored five hundred eighty six points, but none in NCIS semis. Twenty-one? Monte vista seven four sixteen grade season, but B to be losses to s RV twenty two California. Eight four seventeen thirty five to thirty four season ending loss to freedom. Twenty-three Sacred Heart prep eleven to twenty three v c o t win costs. SHP nor Cal bid twenty four Lincoln SF thirteen o twenty-five SF s and CIF state six eight champs twenty-five Burlingame eleven to two n r c c s d for champs won ten straight to finish five bay area. Football teams claimed CIF champion Saturday the most in the region's history. One of those teams was not day LaSalle, which for the twenty seventh street season claimed the top spot in the chronicles top twenty five final rankings daily, Sal ranked eighth nationally going in dropped thirty five to twenty one open division game to top ranked mater dei Santa Ana on December eighth. The rest of the state championships were delayed a week later because of northern California Air quality issues from the campfire viewed county in the first rankings by the chronicle since the end of the regular season. State champions mclennan's for a and Menlo Atherton three AA and north coast section d one champion San Ramon valley, moved up the most San Ramon valley moved from number twenty two to thirteen MC Clemens twenty to twelve an M a from eleven to three m won five straight games from the end of the regular season, including a thirty three to twenty eight central coast section division one comeback win over number four Wilcock Santa Clara, fourteen one which one St. three eight championship despite a forty two seven loss today, less Al and the NCIS open division championship. Liberty maintained a firm. Hold on. The number two ranking with a state won a championship. The regions fifty champion Lincoln not only romps to fifty three zero win over mission in the San Francisco section championship. But took the state six eight title with a twenty four to thirteen win over orange Glen Escondido at C C SF the Mustangs, finish thirteen. Oh. And moved up one. Spot to number twenty four in the final rankings.
McClymonds is a state football champion for 3rd year in a row
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mcclements estate football champion for three years in a row Oakland. Michael peters. Didn't waste words. A three peat is hard. The McClements football coach said after accepting the CIF for a division state bowl championship trophy Saturday at Laney college, the journey may have been hard. But the warriors made things look relatively easy on the field after the Clemens defense held Garfield Los Angeles to twenty two yards in the first half the offense took over in the second half. Jomar Julian rushed for one hundred seventy seven yards on twenty carries and freshman quarterback Dray in Paul through for a pair of touchdowns as the warriors rolled to thirty to six triumph. Mcclements twelve to becomes the third program to win three consecutive CIF bowls. The warriors are the first public school to do it and the first to win each bowl in a different division. The warriors claimed a five eight title in two thousand sixteen and a five AA title last season. Daily Al concord, which won four straight open division, crowns from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve and central Catholic Modesto division for two thousand twelve to fourteen are the other programs in the club for Peter's and the program the third title was possibly the toughest in addition to graduation taking a major toll on the roster. The warriors also had to deal with the loss of longtime assistant and equipment manager dean Hodges who passed away before the season. We said we were going to set out and do it for him said Peters who claimed Hodges as one of his closest friends. This isn't my best team, but they sold out and dug deep in their hearts and pulled out a win for him while the warriors defense was dominant from the get go the offense manage to six points in the first half. Garfield thirteen to tied the game six six midway through the third quarter on a seventy six yard drive that was aided by a pair of fifteen yard penalties. Mclennan's answered on the next possession driving forty two yards in seven plays and scoring on Addy Anderson's one. Yard dive for a twelve six lead. After forcing a punt the warriors tacked on another quick score. When Julian broke free for a seventy five yard run. I ran through the whole I saw the two defenders over pursuing. So I cut back. The senior running back said it was an instinct of move Peters wasn't surprised by the Ron or Julian's night as a whole he's just a grown, man. That's all I can tell you the coach said he runs hard. I'm still shocked that a lot of schools haven't come in offered him a scholarship, but they will Julian tacked on two point run for a six lead after three quarters. The warriors got a twenty six yard touchdown pass from Paul today. The Sanders and a second touchdown run. Twenty yards from Anderson to close out the scoring Paul finished with just one hundred forty two yards on ten of seventeen passing. Montreal Smith had an interception and fumble recovery for the warriors defense all of us wanted this Julian said all of us wanted that three Pete. We all had the drive to win this game all of that heart together, and we came out as a strong. Team chase. Bryson is a freelance writer.
"mclennan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Jacob Anderson will serve no jail time in a sexual assault case now under a plea deal after pleading no contest to unlawful restraints, the former Baylor. Fraternity President Jacob Anderson will get three years probation, and we'll have to pay a four hundred dollar fine. And we'll have to attend some mandatory counselling he will not be required to register as a sex offender, and he will not serve any jail time for taking a young lady who was drunk out in the backyard of a fraternity house and aggressively and repeatedly raped her before just leaving her there to die. She says in other words, he's getting no punishment. Absolutely. Not not now, which tells me, obviously, there are a lot of questions about this case a lot. Things that just cannot be proven without a doubt something happened. Obviously something happened that night a lot of it can't be proven. What do you mean? What can't be proven? Well, I don't know. I don't know the particulars of what can they can or cannot be proven everything I said was testimony in the courtroom and proven he raped her. Well, obviously there are big questions about that though. As far as with any kind of proof without a doubt though, because otherwise he would have been receiving some kind of punishment. He is getting off. He didn't deny it that. Why is he getting off? That's the that's the question right there. No pun intended, the frat president at Baylor University. Yeah. Probably comes from a wealthy family. Well, now judge accepted the plea deal Monday that was offered to the former paternity President Jacob Anderson after he pleaded no contest in a sexual assault case. That's not claiming you're innocent understand that. But at the same time, it sounds like there was no conclusive evidence regarding a lot of this or they were just major questions. I. That is my gut feeling in exchange for being charged with rape. Andersen. Pleaded no contest to unlawful restraint now. Under the deal. Anderson gets three years probation pay the four hundred dollar fine. He will not register as a sex offender. He's got to go to a counselor. Judge Ralph stroller of the nineteen district court in McLennan county sitting court Monday that that he read all of the letters that were sent to him about the case. And he said he also kept up with what people were saying online. He says the social media comments on this matter. Well, intended, he said a lot of the comments came from people who were not fully informed or misinformed or uninformed K C E N channel six reporter jasmine Caldwell was there at the McLennan county courthouse as the family left. The victim told the court that Anderson took her to a secluded area behind a tent near the frat house and violently and repeatedly raped her. She also said I had no control over my body. And no way to stop him. He dumped me face down in the dirt and left me there to die. This story has really taken off this morning in cyberspace upset about this. I imagine. So, but they're just saying conflicting evidence and statements exist in this case, making the original allegation, very difficult to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. But says that is that his defense attorney says that McLennan county district attorney released that statement show. I'm not I'm not trying to defend him in any way. I'm just saying that's what it appears to me. Because. All is this a case of she's lying about him. Is she lying? I I don't know. But it certainly tells me that they have big time questions, and maybe they don't trust all of her her allegations. All right jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five now, I'm just trying to figure this out. I'm trying to figure out how to plead no contest. If you didn't do anything xactly. That's that's what I'm trying to figure out what happened here. Right her. I got it. But why is she getting lesson to me? Why is he walking off without Todd because she got drunk? Okay. That's all I'm trying to understand. She got drunk done of this. She got she got herself in a situation. She probably shouldn't have a lot of girls boys and college get themselves both on both sides in this situation. It this is a dangerous precedent, especially at Baylor University. It has a horrible problem or did in the past with football players assaulting students. Why is he walking off without punish this? None of this stuff..
"mclennan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The deal means former fraternity President Jacob Anderson will not serve jail time and the judge's decision to accept the plea. The McLennan county courtroom has sparked outrage across the country and the victim says that outpouring of support for her has given her strength through a time of devastating pain. Jacob Anderson walked out of court knowing he won't be walking into a jail cell. A plea deal insurance he'll serve three years probation, plus a four hundred dollar fine and counseling he also won't be labelled as a sex offender. The victim told the court. She was devastated by the punishment. Adding, quote, he stole many things for me the night. He raped me. I will never be the same. Again, he stole my body virginity and power over my body. And you let him keep it for all eternity. She went on to. Thank the creator of. This petition is what kind of Justice does the victim receive Aaron album, Baylor, social work, graduate students who started gathering signatures opposing the plea deal. When it was announced in October our goal is five thousand by December tenth, and we ended up with about eighty six thousand Aaron was moved to act when she heard details of the case. The victim says Anderson led her behind a tent at an off campus party in two thousand sixteen and repeatedly raped her while choking her as she went to the hospital on T reported it and everything and so nothing was done. And so it sends a message to other survivors that you know, what's the point of reporting here not gonna make? Believed. But despite her disappointment Aaron says the messages of support from all over the world New Zealand New York, Portugal, France show, this fight is far from over. I just wanted to know that she's she's hurt and she's believed and cheese. Valued daddy's NBC fives Alice bar, it's five forty four. We have traffic and weather together on the aids coming up. We'll take a look at today in history as well. The best place to listen to NewsRadio. Ten.
"mclennan" Discussed on KTRH
"Since two thousand eleven. Free. In November Houston voters approved property to put firefighter pay in line with police officer pay. However, the city has filed a legal action against the measure in a statement today. Mayor semester Turner's has until be is decided by the court any calls for salary negotiations are simply an attempt to distract and confuse the issue a former Baylor fraternity president spare jail time in a sexual assault. Case a McLennan county judge today approved a plea deal between prosecutors and Jacob Anderson Henderson receives a four hundred dollar fine three years probation, and we'll have to go to counseling he's accused of attacking and choking a woman in two thousand sixteen. The victim says she was devastated by the plea agreement and criticized the prosecutor for not being in court for the decision. A Brennan woman being celebrated today for donating one hundred gallons of blood over the past thirty years sixty eight year old candy arth says she started donating blood in nineteen eighty-seven. And makes it a point to stop by the Gulf Coast regional blood center. Cyprus every Monday after her bible study training. I consider it part of my response. Ability as a child of God to give back. What has been given to me? I've been given good health. And so therefore, I think I'm serving the Lord when I donate blood and serving others are one hundred gallons of blood donated comes out to eight hundred total donations KTAR, h news time. Ten three to California nuns are accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from a school, the two longtime nuns Sister, Mary Margaret, Krueger insister Lanna Chiang accused of embezzling half a million dollars in tuition fees and donations to Saint James Catholic school parisioners. Tim Kelly are shocked. That's a lot of money to know what they did with the money. In fact, we know what they're accused of doing with Ed Miliband Lee spending the money on personal traveling gambling at casinos. The archdiocese Savell A is now considering pursuing a criminal case. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. The Texans will try to start a new winning streak when they traveled a New Jersey to take on the jets this Saturday head coach Bill O'Brien says he's still pleased with where the team is at despite. Sunday's loss. There's a lot of football left. Again. We have a very good locker room. We got guys that are gonna show back to work here. Get ready to go. We got a tough game on the road on the east. Coast knows could probably not gonna be great weather. All those.
"mclennan" Discussed on KNSS
"No, no. That's that's an go ahead. Go ahead. Please. Two questions one. I know you went through the results in you, obviously stidham late last night. What lesson did you learn most from looking at those results was there one thing as you kind of reviewed them that you'll change your strategy, not just for congress, but kind of going forward, and and just well, I think the results that I've learned maybe confirmed I think people like me, I think people like the job I'm doing frankly, because if you look at every place, I went to do a rally, I couldn't do it with everybody. But and it was very hard to do it with the people in congress. Because they're just too many. You'll be too many steps. But I did it with the Senate. I did it with Andy Barr as you know, and at he won. He won a very nine of the McLennan Trump. One nine they all him their political futures. That is big. Some of you were at nine different people and he won that race. But I could only do that so much because there are just so many players involved. But I did focus on the Senate and we had tremendous success with the Senate really tremendous WalMart questions. All right, Mr President one more question, if your mom scissor rare opportunity a lot of people are going to be rushing to Iowa rushing to New Hampshire. You know that the Democrats are already looking at two twenty twenty. Do you want to lock down your ticket right now, sir will the vice president be your running mate in two thousand twenty? Well, I haven't asked him, but I hope so where are you Mike? Will you be my running mate? Stand up. Please raise your right hand..
Trump Responds To ABC’s ‘Roseanne’ Cancellation By Making It All About Himself
"Classic right here another classic hits we hit makers we're broken so many artists on the show yeah credible well we've broken off few things we our dignity yeah top stories coming up at the top of the with patrick osborne president trump has tweeted about the cancellation of roseanne's show saying he never got a call from abc about comments made about him on the network calling the cancellation hypocritical because other network employees have said worse things while about him the president on twitter quote bob iger of abc called valerie jarrett to let her know that abc does not tolerate comments like those made by roseanne barr g he never called president donald j trump to apologize for the horrible statements made instead about me on abc maybe i just didn't get the call in quote while he might not like what he hears on abc news sometimes the president is a frequent target of strong barbs from late night host jimmy kimmel kimmel responded in a tweet maybe you were out playing golf are a couple of times mr trump touted the roseanne shows ratings as it was a program whose main character supported him even when surrounded by trump detractors in the midst of her own tweet storm about how she is not racist roseanne barr also writing i feel bad for police he goes through this every single day white house press secretary sarah sanders picking up the double standard baton the president's pointing to the packer seat in the media saying that the most horrible things about this president nobody addresses where was bobby apology to the white house staffer jamal hill calling the president and anyone associated with him a white supremacist to christians around the world for joy bear klein christianity a mental illness and sanders mentioned kathy griffin's famous photo of a fake head of a decapitated president trump where griffin was allowed to tell her feelings about it on the view bob costantini washington donald trump's america dornin and i actually lobbied at our state house in indiana to get the right to try law passed in indiana that's jordan mclennan his mom laura back in twenty fifteen jordan suffers from a form of muscular dystrophy and now an act his family championed in their home state has become law nationwide with president trump signing the right to try the act is giving terminally ill patients the.
Child battling muscular dystrophy hugs Trump
"The fda process certainly is no guarantee as we found out this week they pulled another drug off the market no guarantee of safety anyway but right to try man your body to your life well it's your body certainly when it comes to being able to try to take a drug that may save your life a child battling muscular dystrophy hugged president trump today at this very important signing ceremony in the white house eight year old jordan mclean of indiana a bashful attempted to hug the president who missed his first few tries after a third attempt embraced mclennan has and i'm going to say this wrong do duquesne duquesne muscular dystrophy a degenerative genetic disease symptoms first appear three to five years of age and children afflicted with the md are likely to be wheelchair bound by the age of twelve life expectancy was until recently very short many did not survive beyond their teen years according to dmc website but advances and care of extended life expectancy into the early thirties and longer in recent years supporters say the legislation that president trump signed today could help mclean get access to experimental drugs and treatments not yet approved by the food and drug administration there are no options but now you have hope you really have hope mr trump said during the signing now you have hope the youngster is no stranger to politics when the right to try legislation came to the house in march of twenty eighteen republican representatives brought mcclen and other terminally ill patients to the house chamber he sat next to representative greg walden of oregon while the house discussed the potentially lifesaving bill mcclennan also appeared two years ago with then governor mike pence now vice president as he signed the nearly identical right to try legislation specific to their home state the bill passed unanimously in the state legislature of indiana well many patients and families in positions similar to that of mclennan's support the chance to try not yet fda approved drugs and treatments some patient groups in medical advocates are concerned that the new law could actually make it more difficult for new drugs to receive fda approval.
Egyptian court jails policemen over wages protest
"Tsa news sign jon mark dempsey the texas voter id law when's the approval of the fifth circuit court of appeals after twice being blocked for allegedly discriminating against minorities the case will likely now go to the us supreme court governor abbot awarded five hundred thousand dollars grant money to set up internships to help texas kids better prepare to be a part of the workforce of the future we want to connect more texans to workforce training opportunities so that they can fill jobs in high demand sectors and we want to connect more employers to work ready skilled texans grants are coming through the governor's texas talent connection program the goal is to give high school or community and technical college students the opportunity to earn class credit industry certification and on the job experience through work based internships in middle skill stem occupations thanks to fracking texas a and m has seen revenue from oil production on land donated to the university fortysix years ago jump to one million dollars a month that's led the an system board of regents to add to the beneficiaries of the cid kyle endowment to what the system's chief financial officer billy hamilton calls the strategic interests of texas am this will allow funding to be used to support important initiatives of the university in consultation with obviously with the system mineral rights from one hundred forty two wells in loving county west of odessa will continue to provide funding for a program in the college if agriculture a state panel has ordered the harris county district attorney's office to review dozens of dwi cases because a former toxicologist who provided expert testimony and the cases had misrepresented her credentials the report released friday by the texas forensic science commission says festivus possessing were guoli repeatedly testified that she received a master's degree different from the one she actually earned mclennan county prosecutor amanda dillon says she plans to recommend dismissing around one hundred of the more than one hundred twenty remaining biker cases stemming from the twenty fifteen shooting outside a waco twin peaks restaurant a private spaceflight company is testing a rocket in west texas this weekend the company blue origin was started by amazon dot com ceo jeff bezos it's conducting its eighth test this weekend of rocket it's calling new shepherd at facility near van horn in west texas the company expects to launch the rocket sometime sunday morning and a test flight last year the booster was able to.
"mclennan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Planning for him now i think he's finally got the staff and maybe the expectations being lowered to some extent paul also plays well into his hands i i have to applaud you because i don't know if i've heard anyone speak this way and i think it's critical because there is just negative associated with that program tim this has been fascinating on that on that issue and it's been it's been this is there for such a long time paul and it's really a shame that the less thing happened you know to me i look at less miles and as you know spent time with him last year a few times you came into the with spencer me round talks may happen again this year i don't know but i think it may and if it does on a welcoming back into the booth it less miles to me it was really a modern day charlie mack he just you know couldn't beat nick sabin any better than charlie mack tippy bear bear bryant his record against saving was far better than mcclendon i think was two and seventeen against bryant and and but charlie mack was great i mean a great coach and until the saving era began mclennan's years were considered the golden era of lsu football but the more things change the more they really stay the same lsu will always be a highly political situation but will always be gold mine for talent and the moment you think that they're kinda lying in the weeds and maybe they're a little bit of a walkover that's when they come out and prove to you again that they are a a wounded tiger as they say is is is something you don't want to deal with and i think this may be one of those years and maybe some of my thoughts here are positive because i am i am one that really thinks a lot of orange you're on i think his story is a great one i'd like to see him be successful just like i was really happy lamar jackson ozzie newsome traded up to get so he could be picked in the first round last night i was excited about that it was worth staying up for the draft to see that happen i just would like i like good stories and i think the.
"mclennan" Discussed on WTVN
"Pregnant women nipped screening focused on down syndrome the way it is done is very tricky it's done step by step prenatal screening has been around for decades and i was for two very small group and then over the years it's intensified more screening more tests the group of women became larger until it became what it is today all pregnant women and it's all done with with all these euphemisms like choice and freedom and women's rights and so it is for some people it's very hard to see what is actually happening so feminists a cooling it's alright whereas they should see it the ultimate goal of the screening is to save money down prize at saving thousands of collected evidence and it's it's really out in the open so if the goal is to save money for healthcare purposes then by feminists lining up to to abuse has their pregnancy and buddies used for that purpose what is your answer what is your answer to that i don't know i think it's it's it's been here of the mainstream media pushing that message using those euphemisms freedom and rights that people actually don't stop and think they just take over these words and and of course freedom so if you're if you're criticized the screening practice that is currently happening you must be antifreedom it's it's like you just said it's it's very polarized into pro choice and pro life or anti life or a short prolife prochoice so help me out on this mclennan play devil's advocate and in this case actually devil's advocate yeah look e you know why you know we have the technology to find out that there's a problem with a child if if there was a problem where you know their liver was damaged in their kidneys were damaged their heart was damaged you know would just you wouldn't say let's have that child born into the world because it's just it's not gonna live and it's not going to have you know it's just going to be horrible for everybody including the child i mean why wouldn't we use this i mean nobody wishes down syndrome on somebody.
"mclennan" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Two eight eight wbap is our number eight hundred two eight eight nine two to seven now i don't know if you've heard this in this might cause some that disagree with me on this issue to shout with glee the prosecutor in waco or as i like to call it why care to the prosecutor in waco it is your hometown very good id mclennan county right the da for mclennan county thorne who prosecuted like a hundred bikers was voted out there was another republican running against him who said he pledged to take a look at these cases a fresh anew if he was elected in so he just beat the incumbent da and folks are saying you know they go look at this and you know he went overboard that's why the local bikers campaigned they campaigned for the other da local bikers did all this of course this a massacre there at the was at hooters right though it was always a twin peaks think it's all the same to me but yeah we got get right to increase nine bikers were dead and twenty were injured so the the message that the people of mclennan counties send today we had a lot of listeners in in waco in the clinic um they call in pretty regularly the message they sent you know when you when you said well what does this the okay corral yes yes it is biz here's the ok corral yes it's okay to get into a gunfight nine people are dead twenty injured nobody prosecuted okay now where it's okay to have a shoot out oh that violent offered lent borrowing no pugh right it's the okay corral and nobody is responsible it just happened you'll these things just happened macron accounting we have it is the wild west german right you got us all eu anti gun people that did say that we're horrible here in the australian who say what are you guys those guys are not solely on carrying guns you guys you're right mclennan county says yes we give up we we surrender it's true we are the okay corral it is the wild west come sure mankahlana out a waco.
"mclennan" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Okay can you not tell me that long distance relationships never work when you know that i'm an haunted since relationship buddy oh my god that's buddy 'cause people do that all longest love never work i now but we've showed them yeah yeah yeah there's still around the north sammy collins you tell them jon we're here for you you sell i've been forgetting to say names it was chelsea mclennan that said the facetime were already gotten ready for bed that's arocca m who else see i can't think of any i know it's kinda i i like putting people on the spot i apologise with another golden retriever in a pictures i'm obviously going to all overhaul we you the dog i have to talk to dogs yes what kinds so i rescued them from the shut prayer so they're like all mixes lehrer yeah so one of them a german shepherd mix in one's a pointer mix they're crazy urges third in hey there and say i just love dogs more than people all the time i love them all i need to meet your docks yes accurate play date oh my god that would be so jenna air bang who has the goal them said can you not tell me my relationship on can you not dummy meme relationship won't work because we don't live in the same place effort education it will work you damn right you golden retriever lover you currently in a long distance really should seven years long distance for out six months oh oh while ads that is tough see then the next one hundred melanie can you not they just don't work can you not yes they do melanie they do work i her twitter handle as dang male thing mail the word from our health dying at mile laid that's x who what am i king hill tied at mile they do work of my left the so knowing it's like we using i swear to you listen to the last like 5 podcast have done and i bring up my we laugh everytime i'm like what my eighty every log on like.
"mclennan" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"S p 500's are now ten percent below the record high from two weeks ago mats now officially considered a correction the richardson police department is trying to cope with a loss of its first officer ever killed in the line of duty richardson police chief jimmy spivey says officer david should roared was a 14year veteran of the force into true professional i can tell you good ops roared oils a qian ured police officer who died in the service of community sherard was shot and killed during a disturbance call it a richardson apartment complex the suspect is charged with capital murder clayton neville wbap new scourges have been dismissed against thirteen bikers at were at the may 2016 twin peaks shoot at an waco dismissal motions had been filed by the mclennan county district attorney's office and prosecutors refused to prosecute eight other bikers that had not been indicted in connection with that shoot out the da's office says they plan to focus on codefendants that they feel have a higher level of culpability the first the twin peaks trial of jake kerr as all had ended in amidst trial and that was back in 2017 and after his flew deaths can senior derives nutritional expert says healthy eating and supplementation could be the best way to help dodge that illness again partly cloudy overnight or low should be around forty four right now it is forty nine degrees in plano from the wbap.
"mclennan" Discussed on No Agenda
"Used to show off their latest gutted and for not following other trade shows by coming up with a code of conduct to prevent female attendees for being the subject of unwanted sexual advances on or off the trade floor organizers at other take gatherings have increased security trade staff as well as mandated badges be worn at all times so that in ten dis can quickly identify a harasser some two hundred thousand people expected to attend this year's with that of all the time an uber shove the borderline kabila day oh whoa whoa thank you john mclennan debts darbo buggy idiots pitted these shows so many times the amount of sexual nobody has time for sexual harassment though there she goes drib your you know did just never happens i've never seen it both have never seen it to boot babes i've seen i've used to take pictures of because it's always of you get a good shot the practice sessions that's good practice practice but but deep deep dave diminish the number of boot big over the years to the point where is hardly any of in compared to the ninth yang we also has no women speaking at do know women keynote at all white man i mean how does the tech industry not recognize they needed to at least do a little bit just an even if it's just to pretend will they could have put a woman on the speakers diets i suppose i'll he who let's see who the speakers usually for years and years and years has just always bill gates is drawback crowd and everybody going now there's now is going to be the a md guy he's going to come out there now i'm sure he's gonna say were great to see a md guy is going to be the speaker i think so uh let's ivy we gotta dead we got a buy in a being it going to bring it on being baby because guys they could make so much money off of us if the just listen to our marketing year.
"mclennan" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Uh apparently steinbrenner sold the player during during that only the season but apparently in the middle of the game that maybe mcclendon didn't in it didn't even know about and that if the circumstance of that seems like that was what drove mclennan to to leave the team somehow well currently then of hardly that it was uh it was a sign burner more than any other owner and if again is no shock was so much more involved with the team in trying to be part of the team per se uh the on the other owners were older and had real lives uh steinbrenner obviously didn't do a whole lot at uh at the shipbuilding yard and the office his family was was that and when uh when steinbrenner ended up with the the pipers he wanted to be more involved and and he was and when he uh when he got to involved it meant that mcclendon clinton was close to so many of his players many of them had played for him a tennessee a and i he had uh barnhill on an unworldly uh as as well as barnett here all played for them and it was he was close to his players and end to uh to steinbrenner the players were just objects i mean just the way you dealt with things later on with the yankees to we if it wasn't good for him and it really didn't matter they were all pieces of equipment and.