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Nick Cannon fired from ViacomCBS for anti-Semitic remarks
"People who didn't have what we had on when I say we speak of Mela, native people, right? They had to be savages. They had to be barbaric. They had because these Nordic mountains there in the torrential environment only acting at animals, they're the ones that are actually closer to animals. They're the ones that actually the truth Savages. That's the Nick Cannon. He's a millionaire pop culture figure Network news figure has his own show CBS canceled on They sighted only the anti Semitic remarks, which were virulently anti Semitic and racist, but nobody really got into the anti white remarks. Those are just some of Nick Cannon's remarks and And again, he's a pop culture figure who has been made wealthy beyond the imagination of most mortal Americans, not to mention people around the world and all the peephole countries and beyond. But it is quite remarkable that this isn't even brought up as Bob was saying. That the so called news media doesn't even mention this stuff. If he were a some kind of a right wing or trump supporters, something this would of course, be front page news everywhere, and every Republican would be called upon to condemn these remarks, and he would be cast asunder and that would be Would be that news.
New UK research shows lack of diverse voices
"Diverse is UK podcasting fewer than five percent of the top one hundred podcast in the UK hosted by women or non, binary, people who are black Asian or minority ethnic. That's according to research from spotify gave announced. UK An Irish applications are now open for their annual sound up podcast accelerator program it's aimed at black. Asian and minority ethnic women non binary people in the UK an island until the fourth of August to enter for access to a full week virtual training course with equipment. Paul being the second largest professional podcast host is now. Certified Company achieved certification last week and it means that bean is using a standard measurement for podcast downloads. We linked to a full list of podcast hosts, including those that are. Certified in our show notes a newsletter today on July the third we reported that Karston Comic Relief, fundraising the prize, being to join your favorite podcast and record an episode with them. We hear that so far. That's raised over fifteen thousand pounds that steady twenty thousand US dollars for charity. There's still time you've got until August the second to enter. McClellan A I has published a look at US podcast, advertising, movers and shakers in June the most increased advertising brand. What's the new Samsung Galaxy Five G., the data's clearly-impressed Westwood One. They've announced they subscribes to McClellan air is competitive advertising, intelligence, service and McClellan a are sponsoring our newsletter version of pod news this month and today's new exclusive show for spotify is from Addison Ray a Tiktok instagram star. She has announced that she's to produce a new show with her. Mum Sherry Nicole. If you're unfamiliar with Tiktok Link to Sherry and Addison dancing in our show notes newsletter. Sherry only has eight point one million followers on Tiktok astern. Her daughter has over fifty million. Get with the program. MOM Like Dur-. After News reported a bug. NPR has fixed NPR one android podcast APPs user agent. Fix rose out later this week and it'll benefit podcasters everywhere. Thank you, NPR. Paul News in the John Bartolome show an underwater celebrity fashion photographer. It's thing Kiara Selah bony from one ocean talks, deep sea, diving, photography, and swimming with sharks, BMW has sponsored Napoli's science fiction scripted dramas had in two, thousand, eight, hundred, sixty three in its first week. The podcast hit number one in eleven. Countries says a release. If you're a fan of the Beatles, you might like your own Personal Beatles. Beatles it's got some very clever artwork, and it explores our own personal relationship with the greatest band of all time, and in wide world of Doug's Comedians Doug. Benson and Doug Mela meet new dogs in an effort to find the best and most exciting. Doug's in the world this week's episode. We're show. They can't beat Doug e Doug
The predatory publishers sucking science's blood (Summer Season)
"Quake the doot of a Predator as a reporter. You get all kinds of of little suggestions. Tips complaints this. And you can't deal with them all. This one intrigued me. I had started to hear about similar complaints and sort of once. You hear enough of them the signal adds up you think. Maybe there's a story here. What was I seeing What what the clued that? That Mela rash well. I was a researcher myself. I was a faculty librarian at my university and I did. Research probably starting five six years ago I I was always looking for publishing opportunities. I started getting letters and I started to receive these emails. Sort of saying extremely nice. Nice things to me that basically said call for Paper Journal Editors Wanting Me To submit my manuscript to their journal and they had lots of grammatical errors in addition to that one and the emails and then generally speaking editor. I don't say very nice things about you and they don't typically they don't write to you and ask you to submit a manuscript. Will you ever tempted to meet. No no I mean I'm a clinical epidemiologist in some of these journals were lifted from soil. Science right why would somebody from soil science be asking me saying Nice things about me. They wouldn't no me from anywhere he's smells a rat. I did maybe several but that rash or several thousand read via now. Well and truly on the loose predatory publishes and the Predatory Journal has become a mega industry global in reach ending ending destructive potential. In fact you're going to hear from someone who believes that the industry represents the big threat to don in the inquisition shen the US. Federal Court recently ordered one of the biggest of the company to pay up over fifty million. US dollars only make. International headquartered voted in Hyderabad in India but also operating in the US climbed the publish hundreds of medical journals found to employ deceptive business practices essentially entrapping fantasy to offer published in the Journal or participate in conferences. The Doug the ruling bye-bye predatory publishes well. Let's see if Any of that money actually moves anywhere. It's not clear with a the group will cough up that fifty million dollars which is an estimate of how much the company made from customers over a period. All whether we'll appeal we tend to leave leaked of question to its representative yet to receive a reply but it is nice. Clear message to all the Sake Journal. Publishers of the world that they're being watched watched and there could be consequences. Joan Bohannon thought journalists and now director to add an artificial intelligence data in San Fran called primer. They didn't biscuit slipping under the radar. And using American Canadian European banks to move money millions of dollars of money from a complicit gains so this court ruling basically makes that extremely inconvenient to do now. John was to present evidence in the kite board again. Anthem IQ Group by the Federal Trade Commission. Because he'd had an unusually Hansa with the publisher so all mix was one of hundreds of publishers offers that I tested in sting operation. I wrote some computer code to generate thousands of very bad scientific papers. They have been negative kind of legendary inside the back in two thousand twelve John Reporting for the general died and the Expression Predatory Journal Common News. there was a guy named Geoffrey Yu who was probably the only person around making in a big public. Stink about this and trying to actually Shine a light on it. It was very very bold effort. He had something called feels list or at least it became known as beal's lest my name is Jeffrey Bill. And I'm a retired academic librarian from University of Colorado Denver. But make the deal. Beal Blackley fame and a climb and karate he was the first to coin. The Phrase Predatory Journal the Journal. Publishers hated being malysz because it it stigmatizes them in meant that their income was decreased. Most of the predatory publishers are predatory not only in their publishing but in just the way they operate in general and they would use the heckler's actors veto. They would call the library director and complain about me and they would try to annoy people at my university as much as possible in order to manipulate those people at the university to make me stop the list so that their complaints would stop. I also received several threats of legal action including think it was is in twenty twelve international threatened to sue me for one billion dollars one billion dollars. It was just a threat. What I learned from it is that you can basically basically pay an attorney? Five hundred dollars all right a threatening letter so they they did that but they never followed through with. It was never introduced in any court consequences consequences. Jeffrey of running that black leaked were immense. And I'll come back to that. One estimate suggests that there are at least eight thousand predatory journals it is just one publisher of many but Jeffrey Bill provocatively cold. The the evil empire of Predatory Publishing I stand Dan by that statement and what they do is they really hurt a lot of people. You know the scholarly publishing system works on the honor system and people operate in good faith but oh mix international has has totally broken all that down. They use a lot of spamming to solicit article manuscripts from researchers they have journal titles that match the titles of respected journals. Usually one word off enough to confuse people that it might be the respected journal in the `field they will at People's names to their editorial boards without the person's permission people from top universities top researchers in the field and they'll use their identity to promote the journal and when the person finds out about it and ask them to remove their name. They don't remove it they just leave it there because they're operating operating from foreign country. There's really nothing you can do about it. And they especially prey on young researchers in emerging researchers researchers who don't speak English as their first language. It's not just dont. As from developing countries that a toggle though that even acknowledged problem clinical epidemiologist. David moas taste the Croats at reaching into some of America's most delayed institutions including Harvard in the analysis that we did where we looked at a close to two thousand thousand articles published in Predator journals. We found that actually the most frequent corresponding authors were from what we would call first world countries countries with lots of money and lots of resources that is troubling very troubling because it suggests that at these institutions authors may not Be Aware of predatory journals and are we need to obviously ramp up some educational activities. People think that they're sending the manuscript to a legitimate respected journal. When it's really just a phony dough mix international journal and then they quickly accept the paper without any peer review and then send them an invoice and that point the authors realized that something is wrong because There was really no peer reviewed done yet papers accepted and they have this two thousand dollars invoice that comes through email and the olmecs demanding payment. Most of them asked to withdraw the paper when they realized that they've been duped. But then omits says says you can't withdraw your paper unless you pay US withdrawal fee. An often than olmecs will publish the article quickly and one of their journals and then and they can't submit it anywhere else. Because that would be duplicate submission it would be publishing the same article twice. which is something not supposed to do that? Nothing about Predatory Street Journal devoted to pose to happening time as John Bohannon Govett when he hit them. Attest yes yeah so I just wanted some data. It's frustrating to have such an enticing story of you know bad actors that potentially raking in millions of ill-gotten dollars dollars and not get some data to find out if it's true. We stay in molecular biology from offered. Clave he plotted experiment which was pretty straightforward. And the idea in a nutshell is if I submit a really and I mean truly bad scientific paper to your journal final and you accept it with no sign of any peer review and you asked me for money then you're you're a fake journal Publisher Sharma sure. Yeah John Wanted to take to how easy it was to get published in a predatory journal it can usually take many months used even to get a pipe into a reputable contact general and even then it's not a given that partly because of what's called Peer Review essential to the conduct protest. You Do Fairmont you. You brought it up reporting your results. Submit it to a journal and then it pulled destroyed by a bunch of other daunting
Tamales, a Gift from the Aztec Gods
"The word. The malia comes from the Nullah or Tom Ali which literally translates to wrap food for those that don't remember O. W. R. APD are a PT DT on the edge of its seat is rat wrapped. Yeah Wer For those that don't remember Or just a reminder now what is the indigenous language of the Aztec people of Mexico so still spoken through Mexico in some small communities So yeah wrapped food. A date cannot be pinpointed but it is said that the first Domino's were made as early as seven thousand BC. Seven thousand. And I didn't even think food existed back then which means we as humans and as a site. I've been eating them for over nine thousand years while I wonder how much the recipes changed changed since well since Chris was born. Whatever all the they are not quite what we know today? Because in early days of the Malas corn was not fully domesticated masticated at that time so instead they used They would use something called. They'll seat which is an ancestor of corn. Okay with the corn they would make a cornflour that is made into dough that the would then be filled with anything meets honey corn and somehow the more I read even Flamingo which which is a me but still. It's a weird it's weird. That is not what I expected imagining on Flamingo Hunting. That would be weird. I just went too far off. We don't get to edit this either. The my lives in the pre Christian era had religious significance. And we're using a ceremony is being offered to the Gods at various festivals while those gods must have been happy for example the Msci Asia people offer the Jaguar. God being the Ellis shrimp ones were offered to the fire. They were to Aztec holidays in which were more prominent I there was Christmas. Optimal squall literally celebrate celebrate my broad of the corn. God Did you practice out. And then the other East Kylie in which they under the fire Gods during Tamales as a gesture of rebirth cool outside of religious ceremonies. The food was favored because they were easy to transport in times of war after the brutal invasion of Spain and conversion of millions of indigenous indigenous people to Christianity Melas made their way into Christian holidays. Tamales are also became more elaborate because the Spaniards brought with them. I'm checking pork raisins. And other foods with the which incorporated into the Raisin tamales imagined cutting tamale and just like a bunch of raisins poor others fruit route ones to which I don't prefer. I prefer savory once but yeah there's fruit ones. Oh my God okay. with the Spaniard did also allow the families to make their way to other countries south of Mexico ago for a bit in the early nineteen hundreds tamales decreased in popularity in Mexico because political leaders saw the food as peasant food. Oh really interesting. Although thankfully people were much smarter than that and brought back the tradition as an agent of national unity and Mexican identity call the malaise of course eventually crossed the border north as well in Los Angeles in the eighteen hundreds at one time there were parts all over the city. That were almost got banned Imagine the Pamela AH truck on every corner music. Tamale Cart plays Many white people thought of the car's dirty port and thus saw the food the same way awhile. Yeah of course that didn't last too long and into the early nineteen. Hundreds of food became widespread throughout the United States. Making Tamales is quite laborious. boreas easy to say the least actually did know that because our friend has made some last year and he was talking about how much of a pain they were. That's how I know. Often communities are families would would gather together what is call for what is called a tomato which they would get together to help each other and making tamales in Bulk Doc This is something I can attest to you as I remember going up in New Mexico and often seeing this in being a part of it as well. I don't know how to make your family. Make Them Oh yeah. My mom always used to make him. Yeah although less can and are in any time of the year. They are quite more prevalent during the winter holidays. No one really knows why. But but some say it is a tradition that takes after the as dick traditional honoring gods but instead at Christmas honoring saints and of course Jesus perhaps it is a comfort food that just makes us warm or for people like me. It's just in our blood. No one really knows for sure. One time Thought as a ceremonial food. A Food of worship than food of the poor they can now be in in many places across the world although you can buy them in a store nothing can't compare to the the the model is that come from the kitchen of your community or family They they are food that brings everyone together whether to make them eat them or just celebrate The mileage an important staple to Mexican to Mexicans both indigenous and non-indigenous alike AAC and of course many other countries and people. It's not just the food that is amazingly good but for that is steeped in tradition and culture and definitely something. I could never get sick of so this holiday go out. Purchase the from a street vendor. And for God's sakes please remove the husk before you eat. Oh my God. I've heard that accent white people it. Well there's the POMONA incident. I don't remember which President he did that. And it's called the Great Pamela in really well that would taste awful Awful wow was that interesting at least that was super interesting. I like that whenever you'd said hike. Eat them every day. Hey Hon because I Thai food every day so I really want some time. Ali's tamales tie stuffy. Could you imagine imagine or like maybe just like a curry or some kind of sauce on them. That would be so good. I like my pretty authentic. How did you stumped like? Did you know no like hey I want to do this on. Tamales stumbled across this story. And we're like I've always known that they've come while for one. Christmas is a big time for us. So that's where I kind of started. But they als also knew they came from the Aztec peoples. I really wanted to see what the traditional that is super
"melas" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Whether it's Uber Airbnb all of those were built on some sense of like regulatory arbitrage and And then just got to a point where their scale is so large and so some examples of that in Crypto is you know how do you focus on money and so how can you move money or value across borders And how can you safely store money in. I'm using money generally doesn't matter what the token instrument is. I think I think those are interesting primitive. You're seeing a lot in defy coming up but again at least the view that I see it is around the cross-border regulatory Arab I think is probably going to be one of the first killer. Use cases It is obviously you know bitcoin's But I think there are other instrumentation. They are and I think it's also hard. I admit like as someone who lives in the United States like a lot of the defy value props. Don't don't resonate in matter to me because we have really mature incredible financial institution system. And so I think I'm just trying to spend more time and learn what the pain points are You know there's this company that was focused on cross-border You know sending sending money back back home so that their family could by staples and instead of taking whatever the the hit was on However they were doing money transfer and someone taking thirty percent? You can leverage Crypto as a mechanism to actually do that transaction but from the end consumer standpoint. All they I know is that they use this consumer front end in product to send their money back home and then there's a piece that sits in the supermarket in Ex country that allows them to go by staples and so increasingly like invisible crypto. I think is is going to be really powerful because no cares about the regulatory arb- they just care about. What can you actually do with the term invisible too? And I think that's where we get really excited. Also at spark is when there's just beautiful products that are made. Ah That consumers are business. People love that happened to have crypto on the back end they should know that it's powered by Crypto it. Should I just feel like Magin. Ideally it's something that could uniquely could only be built with cryptovest because if it could build otherwise it would definitely built otherwise does not the most convenient way a building some Eh. US Did rare bits. Bits Rosso coin base on a couple of other investments. And we're really focused on finding these like very product product-oriented founders. That are saying we're going to build a beautiful amazing experience that happens. Leverage Crypto. Interestingly though this first of innovation encrypt over the last fair the first way but for the last four or five years to almost exclusively focused on infrastructure into ultra tools and kind of laying the groundwork for what eventually become those products. Thanks yeah so. For that reason I look through our. We'd make probably three or four five. Maybe investments that touch crypto memorial. Another one hundred twenty one hundred fifty. I think we'll we'll do many more in the future as it starts to become more and more application focused till in mice unless kind of basic infrastructure and the great thing about crypto. Is that again. The ethos of the space is is really grounded. An open source and so I think what this allows is that my my gut says that the big companies over the next two to three years. crypto focused companies whether they define themselves as script or not or just are leveraging it will end up going full stack will and part of the value of having the crypto ecosystem. Sort of be built on open source is that you get to even if on the full stack and end up building additional components in pieces to the underlying infrastructure You can get up to speed so much faster because of the work that everyone else is dumb. And I don't have like I don't subscribe to the religious ideology of like you have to use this enabling structure. You can't modify it. I I think at the end of the day it's just like can you leverage all the work that people have done on the infrastructure side whether you actually four can change the underlying infrastructure pursuit. What you're doing or you can just use it out of the box? But I do think you're going to have to at least in the next couple years own the full stack to show people. What is possible here because there are a bunch of examples of like full stack? CRYPTO companies were crypto enabled companies. That aren't you know pure play sort of enabling enabling infrastructure like I would say coin bases acquaintances getting their. What's some of their wallets sort of other pieces? But that's that core business is still a custody st provider you when trend when thing you've mentioned a couple times is regulatory I'm curious. Are there other spaces where you think this unique advantage to regulatory are one sort of I mean emerging over one hundred year timeframe is spending time with biology from recently is a startup cities. Charter cities Which is directly trying to address rage or are there other spaces that you think a benefit for mega-terror Arbor track address that it's sort of interesting interesting waste I don't know if this is technically regulatory arb- I probably get in trouble if I if I said it was but healthcare specifically telehealth I don't want to say that the reason I say it's not really ready to toy rbis that actually individual states have have served been making progress on saying. How can you build a A patient physician relationship But I think the challenge there is that it's so unique in the the interpretation is on a state by state basis. So even if you get clarity in one state I'm an investor in this company row which is a whole company for Roman in Rory and a couple of other brands and and they're they're operating across fifty states and and so each state has their own definition and again you have to do your own interpretation of how you can build that patient physician relationship via via telehealth whether it has to be synchronous. Synchronous need a video chat does. How'd you ask the specific amount of questions in order to like give a physician in that state enough data in order to successfully diagnose them that changes per condition? And so maybe it's not regulatory are but it's like regulatory complexity nexity sort of it that I think is is really exciting. In healthcare the whole consumerization of healthcare is another megatrend them incredibly bullish on. Yeah and the other place that I would point to what's happening around. Labor to obviously is a touchy and difficult subject within the United States. Obviously there's this big questions around ten nine then even thinking about more broadly you know we have huge issues around not being able to bring folks into our country that we want to new brave to work in these companies. And I think that's led alongside you know great productivity tool sets explosion promote work and thinking. About how how do we efficiently set up offices. In other countries how efficiently operate completely distributed teams how to deal with the regulatory complexity of having employees in all these different countries trees. And I think that being able to do that well has become a big source of competitive advantage for companies and also be able to provide that is also become a really big business twirly Charlie Messer of an interesting thing I mean. Obviously that's been around for a long time but that seems like you know pretty much every compensation half of the start today. There's some question around. What's your strategy for spending snivelling distributed to other countries remote teams etc and? It wasn't five years. Yeah actually wanted to ask you about John About Labor marketplace's yeah and if if you've found a rig up if you found things that you're excited about how you think about the future of labor marketplaces or the unbundling married. I I think Evergreen I just think that essentially if you look at the way that the labor markets are structured many many parts of the economy and probably most parts of the economy have some Flexing up and flexing down of need of demand for Labour whether it's on an hourly basis or a weekly basis or monthly or etc and you'll have people people who support that and oftentimes just temp agency said opera different types of staffing agencies. That have been around changed for decades that support these industries rig up as an an awesome company. I wish start burning that is dressing with oil and gas industry but if you look hospitality. Retail healthcare is a a huge one. I'm invested in one in the sciences space. There's so many industries that utilize labor in ways that are not of this and I think that we live live in a world. Now where everybody's looking at you know. What are the ways where I can get the most out of my career earn a great income half's ability and if you can find ways the stitching together labor and Opportunity Clever way? I can start to really make a dent in some of these very old school staffing industries that existed for a long time time. So we're we're investing in a lot of companies in the space were invested in for example in installation work which is in the hospitality space already mentioned chloro- which is is life sciences. One just at another one which we have announced but talk about soon in another industry of course see look things like Uber. Lift Post Meets Store Dash. There's there's been a lot of attention given their over the last ten years but I think increasingly beat the B Mark Labor marketplaces are becoming interesting. And then things like n del out which which which is sort of in this remote work engineering staffing space. And there's a bunch of other companies like terminal and others that are going after that in different ways so I see it as a huge evergreen for green space. It's going to take advantage of new software. It's going to take advantage of new culture also cultural shifts that are going on in the way that we work really impact the ability for these companies to come get traction quickly into the scale right and the only other thing let's say around the Labor marketplaces. which interesting is that ever calls himself a Labor marketplace but you actually have to discern turn whether it is a true marketplace or actually just job board and at least the way that I think about it is that you have to bind the transaction between the supply and demand when I mean by that is if you're a hospital system if you're not in as a software layer In that too man. Meaning you're like seeing the demand that comes from the hospital system and doing the matching to supply. That's on your platform. which are you know? Let's call it a nurse a physician if you don't have visibility into that entire transaction then you're not you're not a true marketplace in my mind it was just fine you can. You can build big businesses just being job board but you really need to own that full stack in order to in order to be a true labor market place in my mind. Yeah I think there's a lot of I cuts these these. These labor areas looking more like a job board in building. That's full stack. I think is significantly more capital-intensive and more difficult math ultimately the reward is is larger. You gotTa start somewhere right like most people start on the supply side capture a bunch of great supply. And you'RE GONNA end routing that even if a even really manual or or managed at the beginning But ultimately you WanNa get the true sense of of what is GM DMV. What is placement in order to do that? You need to not only just on the spot you need on the demand as well and is an outlier. The job boards. I I read some tweets that indeed did four billion deeds and incredible amazing business shadow to USB. Wow Monster and be curious about you. Know you think about Craig's like there's there's there's a couple of businesses that have just been unbelievable around this. It does make me think. Though that there's I can be places to pick off the phone. It's not on its own. An aggregate indeed is a great a lot of respect for the company but there's probably vulnerability on industry by industry basis. We say I could build a better experience if the whole experience word just took the job board. It's a lot of these newbie. Labor marketplaces are basically looking the top categories. Where the biggest issues? and where can technology really help. I think one place that we can give out is whereas urgency urgency job. Board is probably not your friend if there's urgency. You need a service. That's GonNa find you someone very quickly if you can wait for three months then a job uproars probably fine if you need somebody.
Demi Moore on Writing Her Highly Personal New Book
"Demi Moore has recently released her memoir yeah and your brought up a pretty good point this morning. Ashton Kutcher and demi Moore were married for a long time yeah eight or nine years right and they've been divorced for a long time Ashton Kutcher has remarried did mela conus and they have two children together and then demi Moore has moved on she has three grown children with her former husband Bruce Willis and so all these family seem to kind of have settled in right and they don't talk about each other not really right it doesn't seem like they have a lot of bad blood every culture still gets along with his former stepdaughter's all three of them right and that he has this new families Mila Kunis will now demi Moore has released this book and is doing a lot of press talking about the book and so you brought up Jared Mila Kunis as PI think in great okay I don't need that thanks for this right you know because there are a lot of explosive details about Ashton Kutcher internees book including demi Moore talking about how she found out that Ashton Kutcher cheated on her I ask if it was true he admitted it right away and I think I felt like I could barely take a breath there are parts of what occurred with this relationship ending that were a level of devastating for me that wasn't really just about that relationship it was really about my whole life was about being the two year old who wasn't safe that this. really represented that I'm not lovable and that's not about him at all just about me well so action drama yeah she's had it's it's been rough for her and demi Moore posted or read about this in her own book and is releasing it and Ashton Kutcher. apparently in the book according to demi Moore side of the of the tail Ashton Kutcher were invited other women into the bedroom and demi Moore allowed it allowed it and said that she did feel some pressure because she wanted to be you know Ashton Kutcher is several years a young lawyer twenty years out then Jenny is and so she felt like well if I don't. hell get border and I do this because I want to I want to please him and if this is what he's into that she said that there was a pressure for her so he they invited other people into the bedroom and then also the cheating allegations and Ashton Kutcher responding saying I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet but then I saw my son my daughter and my wife and I deleted it Ashton Kutcher goes on to give out his phone number and says that if people want to know the truth they could text him for the truth wow yeah now all you get though because I tried it now. now all you get is an auto reply reply with Ashton saying track I'll try to be in
Dr. Dendy Engelman Talks All Things Vitamin C
"Arden has launched the Vitamin C. Sarah Capsules Radiance Renewal Serum and because Dundee is the consulting dermatologist and was back in London recently for the launch. I asked her if she would tell me everything that we needed to know about vitamin C. Just so that we were on the right page starting from the right place when it comes to how to use it how to layer and with that kind of stuff and my jaw Adore Ajoy I always adored my conversations nations with Dundee because she just makes everything so simple and really easy to understand that I always come away from these jobs without feeling as though I know how to look after my skin better than before if war which combat thing right I really hope that's what you get out of these conversations to we had an excellent chat. I think so I to be honest title with love I find gold and she's very cool and she really did lay it all out very simply and his longtime listeners will know she works out of her practice in New York so it's it's not often often she comes over to the UK so I hope you feel as I did better informed now about intimacy than you did before and I'm really glad that when she does come over to the UK we're able to fit these conversations because they are so valuable. We also talk about those Elizabeth Arden Vitamin C. captials capsules but I'll let her do the talking on that one and explain why it's such an exciting and interesting innovation in terms of using vitamin C. topically after our chat. I'm going to be back to talk about the five hundred products that are currently on my radar the ones that I've used and the ones that I enjoy using the ones I think are worth knowing about including those new capsules choose from Elizabeth Arden which I have been using religiously since my childhood Dundee a few weeks ago. I was very lucky to get some samples prelaunch so I had a bit of a preview and I have been using them consistently consistently every single day so stick around here a little bit more about what I think about those. I'm really delighted to have Dr Dan the anger and an her expertise back on the show so here she is Waking Waking Waking his she is making a welcome return to the poker Dr Dundee increment well. This is so incredible because friend of the show Dr Dundee engelman Elizabeth Arden's consulting dermatologist is back doc welcome to be thank you so happy to be here. You can come back anytime. I'm so glad to have you on the show. You've been previously we talked all things retinal and you are a glorious safe gentle kind mine of information about things skin-care. Thank you and skin so just I yeah. I know a lot of listeners. Will we cheating in and thinking yeah he didn't. He's back but just for those. You may be new to the show on you to you. Would you just explain what you do what Your Day job is on why you're such an authorizations skincare sure so. I'm a dermatologist in New York City. I also am a skin cancer surgeon so I did extra training in a specific type of skin cancer removal technique called Mos- surgery. Moh S and in my fellowship I also did procedural dermatology so a lot of lasers and on different devices in order to treat various skin conditions over my career. I've thankfully been had the opportunity to consult with different brands and help with research and development and really identifying either skin care ingredients that are necessary to bring to market or certain skin-care trends that we've identified and helped to develop different products for an so Elizabeth Arden has been one of my favorite brands. I've worked with and I've been working with them for the last four years and it's important to say you work with skin on the daily. Yes all the time and you also you come. APP skin skin from a very scientific background from UC the impact of the topic and ingredients have so you all very clear about what benefits can be reaped from a really good skincare regime yes and I think historically we as dermatologists masters and experts in skin disease. Not all dermatologist us were trained in skin care. If in our traditional teachings at something that you got very little exposure to e as residents accidents and during our training and so it's been something that has been an interest of mine and our patients see US experts and skin care and so we need to become that if we don't have the traditional training and years ago honestly there weren't great actives I mean there was prescription retinoids that we're for acne that could be quite harsh and the sunscreens weren't that great. We hadn't developed topical antioxidant so the evolution of skin care has been something that's it's been amazing to watch and so such a joy to be part of weird living in a a good time for skincare really really so you're more seriously much innovation and we will come onto that but last time you visited we had a full back to school on retinal and it was amazing say much and actually one of the other ingredients like retinal but I think a lot of people are curious about because they know it's another one that gets held up by just as a gold standard because it works is a vitamin C. Yes so we all going to go back to Britain mincy. When I one okay so you just very basic level. How does it work as a topical skincare ingredient and what are the main functions of Z so vitamin. C is a topical antioxidant and what that means we always throw around antioxidants and how good they are for the skin and free radicals are bad right and so people understand that concept but if you wanna think about what's happening on a cellular level. I often like to you just make the analogy to the cell membrane being zipper and when we have ultraviolet radiation or sun exposure or pollution Asian exposure various toxins from smoke in the environment it releases free radicals which are just an unpaid electron that then goes and basically UNZIPS zips the cell causing premature death antioxidants insert themselves into the zipper into the cell membrane and prevent the unzipping and so that's a very easy kind of dumbed down analogy but just to think about what the antioxidants are doing its site oh protective meaning it's protecting the cell and helping it to to resist damage that could be caused by the environment and vitamin. C is one of the most potent and powerful antioxidants that we have and we get get benefit from ingesting orally and we get benefit in the skin by applying at topically and so it does help to protect the cells from environmental damage because I think when a lot of people myself included hit the word protection when it comes to skin are immediately think of SPF yes but vitamin C. is. How did you describe it listeners? We've just done this. Just don't talk and he said it's a safety net. Yes which I loved yeah. It's it's nice there to catch what damage is filtered through because even the best sunscreens if you have the best mineral blockers that are very high. SPF They still allow allow about one point four percent of ultraviolet light to penetrate through the skin and so there is where the antioxidants are going to be to help kind of catch all of that extra damage that could be occurring even though we're doing our best to protect it with SPF and so it is a nice safety net to have underlying the SPF in order to help protect back from free radical damage so if I wanted to add victimization my skin carry jayme. I I couldn't just go yeah. I'll try it. Why would I what would be happening to my skin. That would make me a good candidate to use vitamin C. It's something I should be using anyway. Yes I tell everyone you know. It's not always formulaic formulaic and things that are not all skin care is created the same in people's skin conditions may necessitate certain ingredients over others the most everyone can benefit from topical vitamin. C in the proper concentrations. It isn't particularly inflammation inflammation inducing. It's very well tolerated. If you have very sensitive skin you may WanNa make sure that it plays well with you but I even patients who are very are prone to sensitivities or resign. They still can use a topical vitamin C. and I love it for two reasons one because it's protective against Sunday damage and accelerated photo aging because eighty percent of aging is from the environment we all think that it's intrinsic and it's genetic but really the vast majority of aging is from the environment you put your skin in but it also helps to prevent hyper pigmentation and so people who have sunspots or photo damage damage or age spots you know they'll come in or Melas MMA. That's hormonally mediated. They really bothered by that and they want ways to go about correcting. I and topical Vitamin C is a great way to do that. It works on a specific enzyme called Theresa May's which is part of Melanin synthesis pigment kind kind of creation and if you inhibit the enzyme that creates it then it's going to decrease the Melanin production so you could be using it from the the first time that you start late investing using skincare but then perhaps as you get older. It might be something. Can you spot treat you can and in some concentrations it can be exfoliating almost like a appeal if you use vitamin. C and higher concentrations so some people do use it just specifically typically on spots but the good news is it. It's not going to lighten existing skins and people ask that you know like Hydra cone could could lighten surrounding skin doesn't really discriminate between your normal pigment and hyper pigmentation so you have to be careful that way but in vitamin CS case it really just helps with the discoloration and uneven skin tone or specific spots so you can either spot treat but most people like to kind of have a diffuse application now one thing about vitamin C. is because it is ineffective ingredient. It is an antioxidant but it is an expedient at different concentrations. You can't use it in the morning MHM but you can also use it in the evening but but is it could use the same concentration in the morning and the evening and what are the different. What are the different applications locations. And what is the difference between applying it in the morning. What is it doing that and what is it doing in the evening. Yes so the morning application is more for protection from from uh-huh environmental aggressors son smoke pollution and it night if you. I would say really the best. The best patient shouldn't type or skin-tight to put that in someone who's prone to hyper pigmentation. You're using almost as a treatment there for the discoloration or uneven skin tone but if you have have even skin tone than you probably just need it in the morning what does hyper pigmentation that like some people especially Melas MMA. If it's it's hormonally mediated they'll either get hyper pigmented what we call patches meaning flat areas that aren't raised on the forehead cheeks or above the upper lip up in patients come to me all the time and they're like when I take pictures. It looks like I have a moustache. and we can get that also in pregnancy. It's called Colas MMA or the Damascus pregnancy. It almost looks like you've got a hyper pigmented mask on your face and that's all from hormonal fluctuations. Certainly women who are using oral contraceptives can be more prone to hyper pigmentation in that space or if you've had a fair amount of sun exposure you might just get brown spots we call those solar son. Linton origines which are just dark spots and that will age US makes you look older than you. Maybe even your physiologic age and so we often when patients come to me and they want to look younger. That's where I start to even the skin tone because that's a very easy way to look better her and more youthful without having to undergo procedures injectables and different things that way that was really interesting. What you were saying earlier before we started recording talking about a few you spoke to at age sports family skin. The perception will be that they are older than they actually are
Research into Bourbon virus using strain from Missouri woman
"Two years after Missouri park employees died from complications from the bourbon virus. Researchers are using a strain of the virus taken from her to research how to treat the tick-borne disease. Meramec state park assistant superintendent to Mela Wilson died June twenty seventeenth after being bitten by an infected tick near her home outside Sullivan. The Washington Missourian reports of Washington University. Dr is using lab, mice infected. With the bourbon virus to research a possible
"melas" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Percent healthy. Oh, he the top five rigid but he's not. No. Time for our final topic of the day. Carmelo Anthony needs a new team in the Lakers need to fill roster spot. So there'd be a match here s and why reports that league's extinct the Lakers are the most likely destination for mellow. However, the ten time all star has not played in the NBA since November, Shannon. Would you want Mela won the Lakers? Old. If you go play for forty two dollars and thirteen cents really. Yeah. Even then would you want him on your lake? What we've seen from Melo. Is that mellows only been great in one role in starring role? Denver in New York. He wasn't accepting in as you get older. You must accept Rome's in scenes. Okay. See it didn't work out, Houston. It didn't work out. Is he ever going to be comfortable being the seventh eighth guy scale? No, so I, I don't see. And I like the LeBron can get the can maximize mellow. But I just don't see it happening. We don't get get bogdonovich get JJ ready. Let's see was out there. I if bogdonovich over Carmelo Anthony and you're right. You should go knows his role. He they can't shoot three point shooter, and he's really good. Yeah. Providers prime. You cannot keep doing favors for friends. It's a bad idea. Especially in this case because Carmelo can't accept some sub role. He just not that guy. He's not made that way wasn't born that way. So what, what happened when LeBron brought de way to Cleveland what happened, then worst didn't work out and finally about mid year. Wasn't Brian just said, hey, you know go you man, but go home and at least he got him back. Brian EMMY yes to call it a day in Miami. Right. In this case, you don't wanna have a last raw with Carmelo because Chris Paul try to last raw. Right. And it lasted what like ten games. Ten games he averaged thirteen in five and didn't fit. Right. So if you're going to be willing to accept the minimum willing to accept the roadway plates. Eighteen twenty minutes. Now bad idea. Great stuff today, gentlemen. Thanks for listening to the undisputed podcast. I'm Johnny tapped join us again at the same time tomorrow morning nine thirty eastern. See you then. Of..
LaMelo Ball commits to play in Australian NBL
"The pelicans were the only ones that we're trying to figure out how to deal with the ball family. No lamelo ball, has joined the ele- Warrick hawks of the Australian Illawarra did it of the Australian National Basketball league. So they now get to figure out how to deal with lavar, but lamelo is headed there. He played. Let's remember in Lithuanian twenty eight team for year unlikely he could've played in college under the eligibility rules, but he is still a top prospect for next year's draft. And listen. We, we have talked about, you know, lavar and played some of the sound yesterday, just we everybody knows our, our feelings, or at least try yours. A little different, but about lavar, but this has nothing to do with the kids. I wish nothing but success for those kids and men. I remember Mela when we used to see him, you know, in high school before the whole thing started going to Lithuanian then last year play what was inspires I in Ohio, which was a prep school where he played he's like six six six seven out great ball handler, and, and good enough. It would seem at this point to be a lottery. Pick you ought to be the number one pick in the draft next year. We'll see as far as this classes, concern of guys would be going to college of which he is not. He was ranked twenty first in ESPN's class of one hundred RJ Hampton who's going to play for the New Zealand breakers in the same league as ball in the NBL. He was ranked the number five prospects. So you're getting a couple of guys going there, and then we'll see what happens with the draft, but six six six seven ball handler. Heck of a player no doubt about it. And he's going to get some good tests in that because one of the knocks on is the physicality, we talk about with. Actually Lonzo ball as well and going and play where he's going to play that certainly gonna
"melas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Information about a political opponent. He told Fox News, he would certainly look at information presented by a foreign power. Of course you have to look at it. Because if you don't look at it, you're not going to know. It's bad. It's bad. But of course you give it to the FBI or reported to the attorney general, or somebody like that the list of democratic presidential candidates has been trimmed to twenty for the first debates later this month. The first debate June twenty six it's headlined by senators Elizabeth Warren, Amy, klobuchar, and Cory Booker, along with former congressman Robert Washington governor, Jay Inslee, former housing and urban development secretary Julio and Castro New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio, former congressman John Delaney in current members of congress, Tulsi, Gabbard and Tim Ryan Ninety-two has former vice president, Joe Biden, slotted against senators, Bernie Sanders, comma, Harris Kirstin, gillibrand, and Michael Bennett congressman Eric swallow, well, south bend, Indiana. Mayor Buddha, judge former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper, author, Marianne Williamson in entrepreneur, Andrew Yang each debate is set for two hours, and we'll be held in Miami. Ben Thomas Washington. President Trump is calling Iran, a nation of Terre saying, Iran's responsibility for attacks on. Tankers and the Gulf of Oman, was exposed by the US military affairs. Atlas retired Lieutenant Colonel Robert Geddes tells the Salem radio network. Iran's leaders are using any means necessary to erase pressure of sanctions. The melas are in charge, you're wrong are doing everything they can to not only to diplomatically gets the pressure to stop, but also militarily the Pentagon is considering beefing up if that's his and the Persian Gulf area. This is townhall dot com. Maybe you'd like to know what exactly relief factor is it was created by doctors. It's a one hundred percent drug-free supplement with four key ingredients that simply help your own, buddy deal with the natural inflammatory response that it has easy to swallow for little capsules in each packet like the packet that I carry with me at all times three packets day for a week then two packets day for two weeks and I have just described the three week quickstart and you will know in three weeks. That's the beauty of it, whether it works. They don't drag you on that costs just nineteen dollars and ninety five cents. There's a very good chance that a very serious percentage of my listeners suffer from some sort of muscular or joint pain. You should try this for nineteen dollars, ninety five cents. That's all you can lose if it works that will send it to you automatically if it doesn't work till them, not to send any shipments, and it's as simple as that it is all at relief, factor dot com. I've been using it for years now. Relief factor dot across America. It's.
What Are Honey Badgers Really Like?
"Pillow friends. This is Ron burgundy the entire first season of the Ron burgundy podcast is available now to stream or download and what a season it was Peter ding glitch. Mr. Deepak Chopra, the San Diego chicken, Mr. rupaul. We should get out of this elevator. Find the Ron burgundy podcast on the free iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. The Ron burgundy podcast another reason why I heart radio is number one for podcasts. Welcome to brainstorm production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren vocal bomb here. Unless he we're living under the sort of rock that does not get WI fi in twenty eleven you've probably heard of the Honey, badger, biological classification. Mela Vara Pence's that year a YouTube video went viral featuring a collage of National Geographic footage, showing Honey badgers eating snakes running backwards and chasing, jackals with expletive ridden, aeration, featuring the refrain. Honey, badger don't care. It's now been viewed over ninety one million times and Taylor swift has admitted to being able to recite the entire video by heart and although the Honey badger has established a lasting place in internet culture because of this three minute comedy bit. It's celebrity make us think we know more about this strange solitary animal than we actually do the truth is on Abacha's aren't well understood because they're extremely difficult to study. We spoke with Derek vendor. Meta with the endangered Wildlife Trust in South Africa. He said, how Honey badgers became famous in America is incredible. We get so many calls for America. Wanting to come film them because of the famous YouTube clip. They don't realize how difficult it is to film, Honey badger, because they're very intelligent, a lot of them forage at night, and they have extremely big home ranges. Some of them up to five hundred square kilometers that's three hundred ten square miles. Honey, badgers are more closely related to a weasel than a European badger, and they don't actually eat Honey, though. Their weakness for beehives and the tasty be larva within often gets them in trouble with humans, they live in a wide range of habitats from forests to deserts, but mostly hang out in dry areas in Africa, southeast Asia, and India, Honey, badgers have become synonymous with aggression, and ferocity Guinness world records has named them the world's most fearless creature to the point the particularly nations, professional athletes, sometimes earn Honey, badger, as nickname, they the Honey badger animal, not the athletes have a reputation for being nearly indestructible. But the truth is, they're short, just about eleven inches at shoulder height, which is about twenty eight centimeters and not very fast. So there's sometimes attacked and killed by bigger predators. But for Honey badger, the best form of defence is attack. Vulnera- said they're thick skin is loose so loose. In fact, that they can almost turn around completely within it. If an animal bites the Honey badger on the back, it can turn around and bite the animal right back. They have long claws on their front feet that they use for digging, but which they use for fighting as well. Inexperienced predators a young leopard, lion hyena, for instance might try to attack a Honey badger once, but they'll never try it again after the first time Honey badgers off, untangle of venomous snakes. But one misconception is that they're naturally immune to venom while it's true? They eat a lot of items animals their immunity needs to be developed over time how Honey badgers acquire? This immunity is not well studied or understood, but mother Honey badgers spend a long time raisin each pup fourteen to eighteen months and as the baby grows it seems, it's mom slowly. Introduces it to venomous animals starting with the mildest scorpion and moving up the venom ladder, until the youngsters eating cobras and puff Hatters. Another thing we get wrong about Honey badgers is that we think they're like, skunks, because they bear a physical resemblance in there for pattern skunk, spray. A strong unpleasant smelling liquid at their attackers to gross them out and get them away. And while it's true that Honey badgers. Do store revolting smelling substance in their anal pouch and they occasionally release it when they're in a life threatening situation. They don't weaponize it the way skunks do. It's more a panic button than a threat of though. It's still something, you don't want to get on you because that stench lingers. When Honey badgers were first described in South Africa. They're often found in B's nests apparently feeding on Honey. Hence the common name. But it turns out that they were really interested in the be brewed through nutritious larva found in the honeycomb Monday nervous said in South Africa, the Honey badger was listed as near threatened in the early two thousands beekeepers were killing them, because they were causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage to the beekeeping industry, breaking into hives not only. Do they destroy the hive itself, the beekeeper loses Honey and the swarm of bees? It's actually quite a lot of money, some badgers, just learned to live off sacking beehives, and they were being persecuted for it, but over the past two decades, the relationship between badger and human has gotten better London marva explained what we did in South Africa is start raising the hives off the ground by one point one meters, or three point six feet or strapping them together, or two tires on the ground. This prevents the Honey badgers rolling the hives, which is how they access them in early two thousands half the beekeepers we surveyed admitted to deliberately killing Honey badgers because they were costing them so much money since we've come up with these methods for preventing the badgers accessing the hives beekeepers are no longer killing them. And we've noticed an increase in numbers and in range in some areas, they've since been downgraded to a species of least concern, which is great news. Because even though they've got terrible personalities Honey badgers are good for ecosystems they live in, because they're not as fast as other predators. They'll dig rodents out of boroughs, but miss catching them thus providing food for birds of prey and jackals, which often follow a Honey badger. Around waiting to catch the Honey badgers intended prey, it's okay though, the Honey, badger don't care. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's has to works for more on this, and lots of other pugnacious topics. Visit our home planet house, two forks dot com and from our pod has for my heart radio is iheartradio app. Apple podcasts are ever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology for great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with. Chelsea handler listening subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Spain's Socialists rule out coalition after vote
"Melas Spain's election this past weekend has delivered a result. If not quite yet, a government, this socialist party led by incumbent, prime minister, Petre Sanchez were able to claim victory in more people voted for them than anyone else. But endorsement by twenty nine percent of the electorate leaves the socialists needing to either assemble a coalition or embark on the precarious course of minority government and risk further testing. The patients often electorate which is now being asked to turn out three times in four
"melas" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"The unredacted Brexit ultras of the leave means leave campaign commenced, an epic March from Sunderland to London to protest what they perceive as the imminent, betrayal. Been miserable. Cold, pouring, rain. The few dozen would be golden souls who reported for the months to leave as it is known will lead by Nigel Farage at least for about the first five hundred yards. Very arguably, not the first time Farraj has got a bunch of credulous saps round up about some vainglorious fully and then left from to when the going tough. As we go to little is known of whatever survivors applauding grimly own own shed, Joel assuming they have not given up a run wild and resorted to cannibalism these flown footsore stragglers shortly June Pontefract, they are entitled to observe. However, the lonely wet and deluded though, they may be they have a better idea of where they're going than the rest of the country. Does. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Molin. Andrew melas foreign desk. Explainer on the week the gome by in Brexit. The foreign desk is on Saturday midday London time here on monocle twenty four stay with us in just a moment. We'll take a look at some of the stories across Asia. The golden age of aviation is a brand new series on monocle.
Boca Juniors bus attacked by River Plate fans before Copa Libertadores final
"In his areas. Over the last four to eight times supposed to be the second leg of a company of it too though. Right. Some final river taking on wherever on Saturday DACA bus attacked by the fans and inspiring man Mela you had the plans being exposed to take as they couldn't play the game yesterday. They went to plants day that will be a meeting on choose discuss. When Dave this game will be played alley. What did you make? It's sad. It's embarrassing. The eyes of the world where on one side is and river playbook juniors because people wanted to see that second leg of the final because of the history between the two clubs. It goes the rivalry because it was a game that everybody wanted to be a part of. And yet we're talking about this when he comes to this people that were throwing whatever they were throwing the buzz. These are not fans, this are criminals. This are cowards. This this is not passionate and people want to come out and say, well, this is what the rivalries all about. No. That's not what the rivalries all about. This sort of behavior is unacceptable and not only was it obvious that they should not have play the game yesterday or today. But to me, it's also obvious that there has to be consequences for this. You can't it can't just be that. We just go on. And eventually we played the game. I'm we packed this stadium and his fine. No you played behind closed, doors, and you punish. And I know they're great fans out there that. Would feel like they're missing out. Well, the truth of the matter is that you have to make a stand you have to make a point because this behavior cannot go on and it happens in Argentina, and it happens in other places in South America and being part of bosses like this that I've gone through crowds and being thrown stuff and all those things it has to stop with twenty eighteen come on man gab how to Belisce play out. We'll the match played and as Allie suggest may be behind closed doors. I think everything's in play there waiting till Tuesday.
"melas" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Percent employee promoting this book is called about my mother is about and it is about my mother that curling up with a mother who was always in charge. Always in charge. Always in charge. He made all the decisions all the decisions she told me, which political party. I was in when I was. Mela don't tell him. Now, I think for myself how important what did you learn from? Honest, first and foremost. Like, I say she was always in charge. She made all the decisions we didn't do anything unless it was. Okay. But my mother gets your calls here in a few minutes. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. You wanna be a part of the program. I I know people get sick of when I talk about my my jobs that I've had paper boy at a dishwasher at twelve short order cook it, well, I did steaks and lobster. So maybe not short order at thirteen busboy, fourteen fifteen waiter bartender, and then my years in construction as a house painter. I learned how to hang wallpaper made a lot of money doing that laying tile framing houses doing roofing and reconstruction it was you know, over two decades of my life. And I was just obsessed with Mike rose show about dirty jobs. And I because I felt like, you know, look, I even worked in a shipyard once it was a pretty dirty job at times. And I see these crazy jobs that he goes seeing it's if fascinates me to see the hard work. The lives of other Americans what they do to support themselves and their families. It's it's amazing. It's just it's fascinating things that we don't know about other people anyway, Mike is back with us and believe it or not as mama's with us. This is amazing. It brings mother with us. And he's authored a new book about my mother true stories of a horse crazy daughter and her baseball obsessed mother a memoir from from the book, anyway, welcome both of you to the program. Mike. How are you, Sean? Everything is great. But let me just set the stage for you right now, we can cross sound traffic. Hoagie. She's sitting here next to me thrilled, by the way, people people in New York you in New York, they don't know what he is a Rhode Island term. Well, it was some sort of meat thing wrapped into some sort of bread thing. And I you know, my sandwich it's called a if it's called a what a subway call it. Now, I don't even know I foot long, whatever it is my mom, droid it. And now most of its gone from her mouth. So she's ready to speak. Mom, Sean, Hannity. I. Hi peggy. Rowe how're, you know, you've got to be so proud of this crazy, sunny yours. But also, so you write this book about true stories of a horse crazy daughter, her baseball obsessed mother, and you know, a pretty fascinating life with this. Crazy son of yours. Well, why can I say it's part of my life. My mother was part of my life for many years seventy years, and and Mike spin part of my life for fifty six years now. And if it weren't for Mike, I don't think I would have published this book. For mom. I wouldn't be sitting here today. Even if it wasn't for mom and dad, you wouldn't be here period. Let's be very blunt about this. Well, you know, it's funny because I think we just had Veterans Day yesterday. And I was talking about how we don't have any freedom. We don't have any liberty. We don't even have a country. But for all those people that bravely, they sacrificed they put everything on the line. I love people to put everything on the line with heroism and courage and just you know, they do what needs to be done. Forget washington. It's the the heart and soul of America is the people that get up every day shovel coffee down their throats. Get their kids dressed for school packed their lunch. Race. How do there ten twelve fourteen hours? You know, cook something as quickly as they can do the homework with the kids pass out from exhaustion. You know, the ones that obey the laws play by the rules pay taxes that they they're the ones Mike that make this country. Great, you covered them with dirty jobs. I that was my favorite show. Why did you stop posting it? Well, we did three hundred of them. And there was a genuine concern that I was going to collapse permanently. But believe it or not never say never it wouldn't shock me to see dirty jobs come back around because I love that. I I would I would wanna do that's a show. I would wanna do myself. That's how much I love. Which were careful what you wish for I'll make you a deal if you wanna switch careers. By the way, you really want all the bad press. I get people like you people love you. They don't love me. I have some people that love me. I have a whole group of other people that would love to hear the news Hannity's dead being reported at the top of the hour news. Trust me. Well, listen. I'm not sure what to say to that. Except that the only person I've ever met on planet earth was universally loved by every single person who ever met her is is trapped in this SUV with me right now. It's my mother. And that's I mean, I'm not even obviously I'm biased. But I'm sitting here you've been in the book business a long time. She's she's going to the top of the charts. Sean, and she's Bob Woodward's book in sales that was that blew my mind. I was like that is awesome. I thought that was great added that how did that make you feel Peggy? Oh, my. Beyond excited that was great. I hope people go by the book just for that reason. And you wonder why have enemies? She's going to be eighty one years old in in two weeks or something like that. January. How could you be fifty six years old did not know your mother's birthday? What's wrong with you? I'm under a lot of pressure. Sean. Okay. I I hope a lot of high pressure shows, and it's very hard for me to remember obvious things. But. Right. I know this much. I know this much is true. The the divide in the country will never ever go away unless we find things that still United and and truly join us motherhood is somewhere on that list. And what my mom has done. Whether she meant to or not is proven. She's written a book that proves beyond a shadow of doubt that decency is alive and well in households from CD shining. See you just have to look for the the American people are are the best. It's the people that do all those crazy jobs that you would cover on your show. Let me ask you that question. What are the craziest dirtiest jobs of all those three hundred episodes? Well, look, I mean, it's very difficult to compare, you know, a bridge builder with a skull cleaner or an Opal miner. I couldn't be a bridge builder because I would freak out at the height. You think you couldn't do it? But if you compare it to mining opals, which involves being lowered down I would want to do that. By the way, I fell over roof three stories once in the middle. John. Well, it's the moment I woke up and became a conservative. And I busted my arm. Literally, I hit the ground and imagine from your elbow from my elbow down was totally disconnected from my, arm, and dangling. Yeah. And and interestingly, I went and I snapped it perfectly back into place story. You've got to write a book called I fell off a roof came a conservative. It's true. I mean, I bet I bet your mother's a conservative a conservative Peggy. Don't tell him some respect they'll pay. You. Don't listen to him. He doesn't even know what he's not selling your book. I am tell me in some respects. I am a conservative. Yes. Yeah. Not. Sean. Hey, there is no hatred in my book. My book is kind of a feelgood book. It's humorous. Stories in it that we can all relate to if you have a mother you can relate to my story. You can read my stories and say, hey, my mother was like that you don't I do miss. I lost. My parents. My father six months, I in my twenty third year of FOX six months after I started there this hardly a day that I don't think about them. My mother's. Oh, but I was an incorrigible child was Mike incorrigible child. No, no. He really wasn't a rule follower. He was he was we wouldn't have been friends. We would not have been. Davis. Anybody like, you know, you? Listen. There are a lot of kids that weren't allowed to play with me. And and I don't know why I was so my mother would say don't leave that house, and my mom, by the way, it was a prison guard just like, you know, she was to the pretty tough lady. But I look at it and say, you can't stop me. And I'd walk out. It's horrible. How I treated. I was I was on. Let me explain. What's happened? All right. This is the power of my mother from Huby trapped in crosstown traffic. She's got you to reveal that you fell off a roof became a conservative. You're sharing secrets in your life. You she literally got you on the couch. People have been saying for years, I need to be on a couch. Yeah. Maybe I'll just call your mom once a week. We'll have conversations with her member David Letterman, using put his mom on all the time. Your mother sounds a lot like my mother. I think my mother could have been in prison guard if she wanted to be, but as it was she was a homemaker and raise children, but she had the wherewithal to control the circumstances around her. She knew how to make decisions could be a little bossy was your mother a little bossy tried to be. But here's the thing. The wonderful thing about my parents is and she worked many sixteen hour shifts. I mean, and they did it for their kids. They literally no new cars the first new car. I think they got was in. I was in ninth grade, no vacations private schools for their kids. And I I owe the more than I gave him it'll be blunt. You know, if I'm going to be truthful, and but in the end, you know, I realize they were wonderful people just Jim as far better than I could ever be. That's the interesting thing about my book. Which by the way, is called about my mother, you you you you like what it might tell you to say it every thirty seconds. This is the first time. I said, listen, Sean, do you have accounts pull up accounts. Talk. You about your mother. Okay. I'm listening. Does your mother have any obsessions? Was she crazy nuts about anything like baseball? My mother was crazy about baseball. She embarrassed me every day. Does she actually used to be a big crocheter? She'd make me these hideous ugly sweaters and give them to my mom. I'm not wearing that thing anywhere. That's so mean and she loved it was good at it. You know, I'm I am ruining my career here. Mike, the greatest son in the world, and I'm horrible. But I've gotta run micro. We love you. Thank you. Peggy your a delightful, wonderful woman made me laugh all day.
Will Jeff Sessions replacement Matt Whitaker refuse a Trump subpoena?
"A long time. Donald Trump's critics of pin the hopes onto things the midterm elections and Robert Muller's investigation into alleged links between the Trump campaign and Russia, while the elections may have boosted the Democrats might they also sounded the death knell for the mullet pro because the president wasted no time in firing Jeff Sessions as attorney general and replacing him. We'll be officially temporarily with a man who has been openly critical of the molar investigation in the past. Let's discuss all this. I'm joined by Jeffrey Howard has electric political theory University College London, I tend to Ryan Williams senior vice president communications, that's F P one strategies who was in two thousand twelve a spokesman for Mitt Romney during his run for the White House. Ryan Matt Whitaker is this acting attorney general he apparently, according to sources has no intention of recusing himself from oversight of the investigation. Even though in the past. He's been very critical of it and suggested it should be stripped of its funding. Yep. He's the new attorney general now he's in charge of the investigation taking that over from rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general as we recall just essence had to recuse himself his involvement with meeting with Russians and the Trump campaign Whitaker was not involved with the campaign. But of course, Africa campaign is a private citizen before entering the just Hartman was critical and proposed on national TV this idea that the successor to Jeff Sessions could kill them. All pro by basically, just zeroing out its funding. So it's raising a lot of questions. There's a lot of I think consternation amongst Democrats who are going to be taken over the house that this is a threat to Muller probe. It remains to be seen. What will happen? But you could see an instant a situation where a guy like Whitaker deals with the mullahs probe which appears to be reaching an end soon. It looks like they're reports today that they're drafting their final report. But he may try to limit the scope or do something. Not approve indictments in these final the final phase of this probe. It remains to be seen. Indeed, one of the things that we've heard about these negotiations melas team and the White House about the idea of Trump giving evidence, but we now hear that that Matt would just refuse any request to subpoena. The president. That's right. Now that he's in charge of this probe. He has the ability to to sign off or veto anything. Basically Muller wants to do. That's what rod Rosenstein have been doing the deputy attorney general he was a career professional little less political certainly the Mr. Whittaker, and he basically had signed off on what Muller had wanted. We don't really know. What would agree is going to do because he's only been in the job? Now, a few hours, and we're just basing it on leaks to the media. But I guess we'll see this is as I say reaching kind of a climax it's been going the mullet probe has been going on for a while. Now Rudy Giuliani. The president's lawyer even set say they believe it's in the final stages. So we'll see what he allows going forward. And if there are any further indictments he'd have to sign off on that as well. My guess is if you were to Knicks these things it would leak, and they would be there would be a lot of controversy about that. And and Muller will have I think an ally now in the newly elected democratic house, which can investigate and do other things. Once they take over the committee gavels January I
"melas" Discussed on Around the Horn
"This is a bizarre game up sixteen at the half and held Boston's thirty four which was a number. Nobody's posting in the NBA eighteen but then Boston had their run to the third thunder were still up nine with four and a half to play only then to have a lit on the best loose no concern about. Okay. Sees. Oh and four star Bill by herself Westbrook saying no conserve. I'm selling this offense in the NBA and every miserable category. I've gotta say it. They miss criminal. Anthony, I can't believe I'm saying this. But they they need a spot up shooter. They needed shooter. They don't have won their journey trouble. Okay. And Mela was this spot shooter. Okay. I'm going to sell. No concern. I'm gonna sell these answer. Then we're not big flex in the team's last year with forty six to forty eight wins, which the third seed down to nine Denver was nine. And and so you can you can be in that mix and missed the playoffs right now. Russell Westbrook's one for eleven threes. He'll get better. He shoots too many of them. But he's not gonna shoot ninepercent. All you, Sarah. Yeah, I'm actually buying. What Russell Russell Westbrook said. I do think that I would be worried about his fourth quarter over seven with three turnovers, but there's so much that rhythm takes place here. And this is a guy missed the first game to injury and is coming off of surgery. There's plenty of time for his mid range. Jumper to come back in for this team to find itself. I'm not worried for games. Remember Russell Westbrook. The wily. Russell Wilson moan about you. All right, so Bill. Okay. See shooting thirty nine percent from the floor. So you're right. They should have had Carmella who shot forty percent for the floor. Okay. Sorry. Brought it up. You can never win with Carmelo. I learned that last week. Okay. So I think there is some concern about their offense. They need Alex British to step up and take more threes hit more threes and their middle of the road right now defensively to they got some more acres one Twenty-one nuggets fourteen LA was down eight with four and then they had their comeback. Lebron triple double Koby courtside the broad city. Absolutely noticed him. But then he gets them Dory. Win number two for Los Angeles him. What do you buy what you sell from last night on buying LeBron embracing make them dance lands on TV after after the fourth quarter in what Stevenson did?.
Howard and Gilbert Gottfried Sing Hebrew in New Phony Phone Call The Howard Stern Show
"The word stern show. We used my voice doing Hebrew the other day, and we took an old tape, Gilbert, Godfrey doing his rabbi routine AA, and we call the religious show, and I think it worked out great. I, I was laughing. This is one of those real like internet shows. You can't even figure out they could anyone possibly be listening beside us, like it's bunch, don't get it how these all these shows have listeners to this show is Pete like it's a bunch of religious people, quote, unquote, religious people who claim they speak in tongues and all that. Oh, no. Yeah, wasn't. It is now going into the book of numbers and our one year bible study, we pray that you are getting as much out of this bible study as we are. Somebody else on the show where that's not. Okay. All right. Hello. Hey, aurea there's brother known and pseudomonas. Okay, I'll tell you, we have this stranger situation here church. We've a few members and they're stuck speaking in tongues. This is the pastor that's doing that. Yes, yes, ma'am. When we have a few pastors doing it, can they got you think I can put him on the Tri Tim, and what they're saying? Oh, please. I believe with all my heart, I think in time. Oh, excellent. All right. Here's your pasture. Our. Yeah. Out. I have a Rockley by Barakaat ta the nihilo Ainhoa Mela whole our shared by Carbonneau relief. I mean non line to it, no pain tolerance. I in my heart. What I heard was God is going to begin to manifest himself and we're heading for the end of the end time I I would I think I would begin to fast and get on my face before God though, because everyone here all the parisioners we should all start fast, and that's what he's saying. It sounded to me. Okay. What about this guy? This is this pastor Gilbert. What's he saying? Gish Neil shit. Hey, dee. I'm not really sure about that. Just keep trying. Sure. Yeah. Shit, man. Sure. Ma'am. Okay. Yeah, we. Tonight. I'll go. Howard Stern show.
"melas" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"And that's not to take away from the greatest winner of all time. Bill Russell or Kareem or any of those guys? Kobe Kobe's awesome. But to me those three. Ah dead. Even the three of those guys dead, even in my estimation, Mela bronze with magic ES. You're from that. I think LeBron is gonna make the Lakers of big winner. Buddy needs help because he's in the west, see LeBron could do it in east a lot of help. But the warriors, the worry is used to need a lot of help. I don't think he can as great as he is. I don't think he can surpass Houston, deftly pets, Golden State, but I think everybody knows that who they're going to get to play alongside, but at least it's going to be exciting for Laker fans. Mazing. This question I asked the end to everyone. It's called a three truths. So I'd like you to imagine it's it's your last day on earth. You live to as long as you want, but eventually you gotta call quits and you've achieved everything you want to achieve as a coach as a father as a human. You do what. You want and the have no regrets. You do it all. Before it ever reason all the books you've written speeches, you've done and conversations have got to take it all with you when you leave earth, but you get to write down on a piece of paper, the three things, you know to be true about all your lessons and experiences of life, and this is what people would have to remember you by physical form, right? This piece of paper, three lessons, three truths. What would you say yours to leave to leave behind this will be like the message you leave behind three different lessons that you would share from what you've learned, your experiences, the things you know to be true that you one of the people to know number one would be nothing can take the place of family family's always I, though when you leave, you'll love the families. Number one. No question about that. The second thing I would leave is you never going to reach any goal that you that you want to reach without a strong work ethic. You can't cheat you work ethic. It has to be has to be a common denominator. And the third message I probably would leave behind is it's not worth it unless you humble about it. You military is really, really the number one gift that you get. And if you're not humble about it, then you never go into, it's never going to be worthwhile. So those are probably three things that stick out Redway spontaneously growing. I wanna knowledge you for before asking the question coach for your humility for your ability to share the ability to learn to listen in for giving so far. I think you're gonna coach again. So for me, giving four decades of your life so far to educating young human beings into becoming better humans. Obviously. A your coaching basketball, but you're teaching life and teaching how to be a better human being and it's incredible the amount of people you've impacted over the decades. And I hope that I'm able to impact as many people way you have as well. So I know you for all that you've done the inspiration that you are. Your book is out very soon, but you guys can pre-order it right now can go to Amazon and Barnes and noble to be out soon, but you can pre-order it now you social media by any chance, you one. I'm going to have a podcast itself during basketball season talking just basketball, awesome talking how teams are progressing and it had coaches on and try to update at each week with coaches from the past as well as the president. That'd be inspiring. Show people love that. What else can we do? How can we support you besides the book and anything else we can do know the book for me is just to tell the truth about not only the good things, but the bad things. I want the truth. Be told the right way, and that's the most important thing. That's why called my story because it is my story. What makes you pick up a copy of the book will check out the podcast when it's out. We'll have this winked up, but the the final question is what your definition of greatness. Well, greatness for code.
"melas" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I just made it ten times worse and I was so young. I couldn't rationalize that that's impossible. How we are. But you know what? When you're submerged in water, let's say from the neck down it, you know, it's it's unusual because we're not usually on land were fully. We can fully see us and everything below us in the water. You can't typically in even if you're in the crystal clear blue waters of Turks and Keiko's. They think at scary, they can get to your fast. Now, why is that scary? Because you can see it. It's like, you know, it's coming. And then when you see it, your panic and you freeze. And by the way, I've never really heard a lot of shark shark problems in Turkey and Keiko spot. I don't know. It's just I can't relax and it's awful because the beach is those relaxing wonderful place in the world as long as you know, being eight. Now if you're laying on the beach, getting sun and just relaxing, are you worried that like a shark's gonna come on the beach in each? Not yet, but that idea in my hands. You're still scared of pools now. I'm good with pulls now. Okay. Adult. I know you got that going for Iowa intern Katie scared of sharks, but she has that. Do you know what the name of that is that Ping's with the sharks will ping if they come near you? I literally think it's just shark tracker research in and keep keep in mind. The only ones that will paying are the ones that are tagged. So the ones that aren't tag on, there's that where there's one, there's more so. Thank turn katie's of that. I'm afraid of Chartres charting short short, sharp NATO. With that rain, which Mela. My goodness you. I think you guys are creating a fear for me. Thank you so much to you need another one. Another fear. Movies for this exact reason. So in intern cement all the time. Don't little girl. Producer Sam, what's trending today. So I have underwear for guys and girls. So guys hold on, you're coming up next ladies. We really don't like to talk about it, but we get our time of the month. It happens and I for one prefer to have a sense of humor about it because it's unavoidable and sometimes it happens. So there's this line of underwear cold period panty is and what they do is they have fun period puns for that time of the machine. So they've got one called mud bloods and it's her minding Grainger from Harry Potter that one has sharks on it. Yeah, that one's from shark week. They didn't even have to rename it with the pun because it just it works perfectly. Definitely have to these out and our listener Emily who sent me this said that they're thicker than regular underwear little extra protected. Now, guys, you move around your junk all the time. I hear terrible things from you. Gentlemen, they're always moving the junk around. Oh, yeah. So is there a problem got stuck to your leg, whatever. Well, this'll help without the stuck to the leg part. So this company's called snow. No-balls they have bell pack that you could keep in the fridge and you put it in your underwear and what it does is it keeps them cool. So here the benefits from that one, you feel nice to Hulu are junk temperature is associated with higher for Tilleke. So if you're trying, this is an excellent product for you and there have ties towards helping after the Secta me is or if you're motorcyclists. Yeah, they're just super useful. So.
Congo’s latest Ebola outbreak taking place in a war zone
"Start with the new and very worrying outbreak of the abode of virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo is just two weeks ago, the authorities they had to Clinton early outbreak in the west of the country to be over that success was put down to the rapid response approach device after the poorly contained epidemic in west Africa in two thousand thirteen to two thousand sixteen, but now more than two and a half thousand kilometers way in north key province near the border of Uganda, they've been thirty six deaths as we record this program, some of which have already been confirmed as Ebola. It's the same strain as before, but the outbreaks probably not actually linked the problem in dealing with it as the deputy director of emergency preparedness. Peter Salama. The World Health Organization told Claudia Hammond is this outbreak is going to be far more challenging to contain and even riskier. For the medical staff involved. The outbreak is centered around Mela beco- health zone, and particularly around us Motown cooled, men Geena. That really is the epicenter of the outbreak. We are however, receiving notifications of suspected cases that go beyond this particular healthy area and health zone. So they're being investigated in there more than thirty suspected cases currently. That this outbreak is completely separate from the one that was only declared over a couple of weeks ago. Is it because it's it's so far away across the other side of the country. We don't have definitive evidence as yet, but nor do we have any reason to believe that these outbreaks connected the distance between Ecuador, province and north keeping provinces is around two thousand five hundred kilometers. We know that this outbreak is likely to have taken off towards the end of July, and there were no active cases in the Equitor outbreak. After early Jews, how worrying is this new outbreak? This outbreak is extremely concerning in the Ecuador outbreak. I spoke of number of complicating factors, logistics affected health workers were infected early, which is, of course a ruse fan publication. The fact that the sites were much close to forested area. The fact that we have multiple sides simultaneously to address in terms of outbreak response. The fact that we also had proximity to Buddha's. So in this outbreak in northern kiva province, we have all of the above, but above and beyond. All of that here, the biggest constraint is security. There are more than one hundred groups in the North Kivu province more than twenty highly active and there is of operation really of Aleppo. Unfortunately, we've many of the areas which we're going to have to cover to reach all of the context out of the eight million population of northern kiva. One million people are internally displaced, so it's a population on the move, so that must make it much more difficult to work with communities. If you've got communities. So broken up on areas of conflict, metro difficult, much of this province is in UN security level for and what that means in practice is that many of the roads will have to travel alone who require escorts. Now, staff will require security, pistol protective equipments and not just the regular PP. We're used to using any Bill. Outbreaks to protect from infection, and we'll be relying heavily on the UN to help us with negotiations if needs be with some of the armed groups in order to access the population.
Sacha Baron Cohen Fools Republicans Into Filming Ad About Arming Toddlers
"News quote i said something at the hearings yesterday about purple hearts which another network named after a four legged animal has made a big deal about i regret using the term purple heart i never thought purple heart should have been given to agent struck steve cohen them onto say he was speaking metaphorically and not literally but folks you don't toss a purple heart around metaphorically it is way too much symbolism and meaning for those that truly understand the nature of this award it is typical for the democrats to try to trivialize it by the way the fraternal order of police chief in columbus ohio has denied politics played a role in stormy daniels arrest of course she was arrested last week and then the charges dropped later that same day for allegedly touching the pay patrons and vice versa at a strip club in columbus ohio police chief went on to say that he did not pad his arrest statistics did not count as two busts in that particular case you're wondering look i just got from oslo mela new sasha baron cohen series america remember we talked about this last week he duped sarah palin into an interview by posing as a disabled veteran and the veterans military widows and others are slamming cohen for personnel a wounded warrior cohen and cbs and showtime are now claiming that he did not pose as a wounded warrior but i have a tendency to believe sarah palin and others including the latest is now they're they've punked a bunch of republican congressman and retired congressmen into this arming three year old's in kindergarten and the way that several of those congressman said they were asked to read a script as part of a comedy routine and so they they went along with it and he's he's using that as proof that these congressmen were serious about the program called kinder guardians laughable it's not even and finally apparently there was a controversy over a rape skit in this in this tv series so he plays an israeli terrorism expert by the name of aaron murad who says it's not rape if it's your wife and this is you know what the left thinks is funny these days i don't think a lot of people are laughing hi trump putin summit is still underway and again this is a well been going on for quite a bit now so at least for what i guess about forty five minutes or so there's one thing that he's not bring up at all was russian meddling in our elections he talked about a number of things that they were going to be talking about but the russian meddling was not one of them how do we know that because the summit or meaning it's still underway because he just had a presser before the meeting actually started and he said that there are discussions will involve trade the military missiles nuclear weapons in china and he did not mention russia's meddling in the us election in fact i had the sound up when he was making the announcement all right so then we'll see if he if he just glossed over that or whether he intends to bring it up or not have to wait and see post meeting presser which is scheduled probably within the next forty five minutes to hour or so we shall see how that works is there a double standard for tv personalities who comment on politics one woman thinks so and she's written a brand new book she's going to be our guest in about ten minutes so stay tuned for that and see ferrari author of crump divine intervention or not she is things that roseanne barr got a bum rap and she happens to be a former miami dade metro police officer and she was black and a radio personality as well so she's going to join us in about ten minutes to talk about some of the double standards and the apocrypha see right now that the left and even some of the right as well are committing it's coming up on.
"melas" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"We had jason guy who was on both my list end melas list as number five i almost wish i'd put him higher because i feel like jason is such a hero but he was also very sneaky and he owned that and part of that makes him it makes him a better hero but i just felt like there were other people that were slightly more heroic even though i think jason is is a great representation for heroes and finally brentwood judd on the list in fifth place so those are the heroes that didn't make the cuts i in my honorable mention i listed dominic dominic him play again right daniel danielle's dominic from season thirteen i feel like he had a lot of potential to be a hero he just kind of it was cut short and i really feel like he has a lot of roic qualities he was sort of one of the figures of the underdogs who are facing off against the evil returning payers who were kind of evil but also heroes in their own right so i put dominic there brent who did you have your mail honorable mention well really quickly about dominic one of the reasons i didn't rank him was because i might get some flack for this but i feel like dominic one of his best qualities was his sex appeal i mean he was a model going into the house and now he's married to danny so i don't feel like you would be able to use that as effectively a second.
U.S. black lung fund will need taxpayer bailout if coal tax falls
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly President. Trump's top economic advisor is downplaying criticism coming from the European Union, Canada, and Mexico to new tariffs on US imports of steel and aluminum. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow is blaming China Europe, and those who don't want reciprocal trading tariff rates and protectionism speaking on Fox News. Sunday Kudlow says, President Trump is trying to fix the world trading system. Not break. It does present from day. One wants to reform. The world trading system is not working finance. Ministers say they're outraged over the new tariffs and are threatening to take decisive action. Windsor Johnston, NPR news, Washington, a new government study. Estimates planned cuts in a coal mining tax could lead to a fifteen billion dollar deficit in the federal fund that supports minor suffering from black lung. NPR's Howard berkes reports the government accountability office looked at a plan, fifty, five percent cut in the tax coal companies pay into the federal black lung trust fund the fund paid more than one hundred eighty million dollars last year to twenty five thousand coal miners suffering from black lung. The money helps with living and medical expenses. The says, the tax cut would cause the fund's four billion dollar deficit to more than triple in coming decades, coal mining companies welcome the cut citing declining markets for coal, but the congressional Democrats who requested the study are concerned that more debt will lead to demands to cut benefits despite reports of an epidemic of advanced disease. Howard berkes NPR news officials in Guatemala, say at least twenty five people have been killed following yesterday's volcanic eruption as Maria Martin reports. Another three hundred were injured in what's described as the volcano strongest direction in decades, the volcano known aptly as wiggle Spanish for fire. Began spewing great columns of smoke early Sunday in a few hours, there was so much smoke an ask that the volcano couldn't be seen at all heavy showers, volcanic ash on nearby villages and communities, including the colonial capital of unthinkable. And even in what the mullahs city where flights in and out of the international airport were suspended, what melas disaster agency reported several people were killed in a love flow in the province of squint. LA will conflict is the most active of what a modest thirty, seven volcanoes for NPR news. I'm mighty Martin, and I'm thinking what? What? The mullahs in Hawaii members of the national guard were busy over the weekend evacuating and airlifting people to safety after they'd become threatened by or cut off from flows of lava from the kilowatt volcano at one community lava described as three hundred yards wide flowed over one highway. There was a major explosion at the crater last night, no injuries reported. This is NPR news from Washington. The National Transportation Safety board is investigating the weekend crash of a small plane in the waters off New York. Two people aboard were killed. Two others are missing and presumed dead off Long Island. The FAA says there were severe thunderstorms in the area around the time that that single engine plane went down in the NBA finals. The Golden State Warriors lead the Cleveland Cavaliers two games to none NPR's. Tom Goldman says last night in Oakland, Golden State beat Cleveland, one twenty two to one zero, three, a fairly easy win for the warriors. They never trailed. Although Cleveland made a number of runs and an hung in they were down by ten. At the end of the third quarter, a Golden State always had an answer when Cleveland would come up with a big defensive stop or hit a three point shot. Golden State would come back and do the same. And then midway through the final corner of the warriors broke the game open as they often do against opponents and cruised to the nineteen point Vic. -tory that's NPR's Tom, Goldman reporting Steph curry led the warriors with thirty three points. He said, an NBA finals record by making nine three point shots game four of the NHL Stanley Cup final is tonight the Washington Capitals lead the Vegas Golden Knights. Two games to one game. Four is in Washington came. Five will be in Las Vegas. Washington is playing in its first Stanley Cup. Final in twenty years Vegas is an expansion team and in its first year in the NHL stocks in Asia finished the day with gains analysts. Say investors were reacting to last Friday's, US employment numbers. They were stronger. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington.
"melas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Freeman is apologizing to anyone who may have felt uncomfortable or disrespected by his behavior saying quote anyone who knows me or has worked with me knows i am not someone who intentionally offend or knowingly make anyone feel uneasy his remarks came after cnn reported multiple women have accused freeman of set sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior on movie sets and elsewhere among them cnn's entertainment reporter chloe melas right when i walked into the room he began to make sexually suggestive comments to me as an entertainment reporter for over a decade it was unlike anything i've ever experienced now one of those comments brooke was caught on tape in which he says to me boy do i wish i was there while looking up and down i was six months pregnant at the time cnn spoke to people who say they had experienced harassment or inappropriate behavior eight who say they witnessed such conduct sweden has passed a law defining sex without consent as rape the bill stipulates that people must consent to sex with clear verbal or physical language and that silence will no longer be interpreted as yes sweden joined to nine other european countries that have made lack of consent a crime wins news time eight fifty one from the ram traffic center here is rebecca zeros both directions of the hatch will expect those delays start to clear the bridges no back in the down possession crash involving a tractor trailer in the cross bronx westbound that's right by the degan the center lane is walk you've got delays back towards castle hill avenue and here's what we see in long island's big three.
"melas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Call today more info three oh three seventy nine thirtythree twentyone your next chance to win a thousand dollars is coming up on the hour on koa newsradio hey mark stein in for rush the deep state conspiracy against trump in the guise of robert melas russia investigation enters its second year we talked about moving the embassy us embassy to jerusalem trump is hilarious on that by the way visavis the cost of that move verses this ridiculous one point three billion dollar monstrosity they built in london biz all the things that catch people's air like i got like a bombardment of things non muslims i never knew that apparently about seventy percent of the audience of this show is a non muslims with saying 'i horses i mentioned these miniature horses that muslims like to use instead of seeing eye dogs because they regard dogs as impure they violate ritual purity the muslim say so so in dearborn i noticed this a couple of years ago they the they can the council on an american islamic relations has been encouraging muslims to take seeing eye horses on the bus with them and i got all these papers i'm not a muslim i got a saying i i saying the muslim davos i don't really care about this i i've not interested this arose from a barricade allieds changing its policy so you can't take your seeing eye mongoose on board the plane with you you can't take you seeing i porcupine on the plane with you that cutting down on the number of support animals because people have been abusing it to say when i get on the plane i nervous about flying so i have to have my support cobra with me you know they're not i am a novice i'm gonna fly to las vegas for some court appearance tomorrow i get nervous about flying i usually just take a bottle of scotch and a ukrainian hookup but a lot of people.
"melas" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"To the extent that you can talk about i'm sure there's some strategy that's a little bit secret but what are the kinds of things that you use to increase the twitter following and sort of get the message out or important thing initially when i got there it was before it was a national story the primary went off with still going on between with a stranger in roy moore i had a feeling about this race that it was going to be the one in this country that is like the reckoning you know you have one side you know roy moore who was atrocious not a good guy and i knew that he was gonna win i think everybody kinda had that feeling but i knew where the country is right now it's going to be him and on the other side you have doug jones and the why weren't about him and the more that i read and got excited and you know the history of what he's done and doing all bama this is like the this is the ultimate showdown it was gonna be like this moment so when i first initially got there it wasn't anything like every newspaper story said you know we have no chance for forty point underdogs al dot com published an article ray round when i got there that you're next senate if mela bama had roy moore on it it was a foregone conclusion that we had no prayer all my friends and family said like committing suicide like going down there by you know there's there's not gonna be a chance that you're going to be a quota off even even thanksgiving it was like that so a big part of the messaging and getting people excited and bringing people in and growing the falling with framing this race in a way that really got to like the deepest part of what we're going through right now.
"melas" Discussed on ESPN FC
"That's a great goal yeah that's a great goal when beckons swings in a good ball okay great but when you see that and the big name the story line everything had been leading up to this moment he comes on the field and he did what he did then it's just something else entirely any put emily's in a different category puts them in a bigger platform from which melas can showcase it's brought up and that's exactly what david beckham was brought to the league to do on digital very wellness but as latin abraham vish by his personality i think is taking this step further know as much as you wanted to talk about big pledge of come to this league at impacted it we could talk about davick via the impact he's having with advice cfc is latin ibrahimovic his impact goes much further than ellie galaxy this is a league benefiting from what we've just seen as did use google i do think that come any better i don't think they come any bigger that's just not doing as he's always done it doesn't want for anything and the goal is self i mean you talk about you took a boot somebody who understands how to a ball hope to make it go and then ho can make it dep this guy knows exactly what he's doing there is absolutely nothing fortune about this goal house he said he sees the goalkeeper off the line figures who has to get his body in a position to which tells you you know.
"melas" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"And so i think it's one that that will will continue to be an issue because russia continues to provide safe haven to cyber hackers of all types so is there any overlap between this announcement by the united states and robert melas announcement as i mentioned in the intro that he is or has issued a subpoena to the trump organization for all let's talk uments pertaining to dealings with russia short answers we don't know there's a lot of speculation around in round washington there's a sense of more indictments coming there's been some stories of a few weeks ago of indictments coming perhaps related to to those responsible for the cyber hacking of of the democratic party in of john podesta's email and so you know the cities have been waiting for for those to drop perhaps these are related perhaps not but it does seem like the more investigation was clear is focused on trump directly in his gaining momentum in steam in it's sort of can the wall sort of keep closing in on the president and it's become increasingly clear that the president united states campaign colluded with the russians during the two thousand sixteen election in the question now is how is whether the president is compromised through the actions that took place during that election max paghman at the center for american progress thanks for joining us you're listening to the daily on monocle twenty four ubs has over nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries over nine hundred of the shop is mines and freshest thinkers in the world of finance today.
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"melas" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Craig boy i mean i think that it's more uncomfortable because if you look if you dig into kinda the advance stats metrics and everything else there is a lot of evidence that mela was playing different now i think one thing that's just hurting carmelo anthony um is i think he's killing his age a little bit two seasons and you know he's not finishing in the restricted area you know he i think he is one dunk on the year maybe two uh he's not really rebounding balmy off into blasio people with staples of carmelo anthony he's game for a long time and of course he's gonna eight he's gonna justice game but you know he's not able to score necessarily the way than you always used to i think the other aspect of this is not an player to play alongside with and i don't say that in a negative since i think a lot of people take then say 'oh i mean she's not a great player russell westbrook is absolutely a great basketball player but in terms of sitting alongside seamlessly it takes some work and there's certain type of players that fits better with westbrook than others you see right now the corolla depot od'd will not natural fit alongside westbook he moved on all these was excelling in a different role in indiana so i i think that that's an element of this was well it can't work and westbrook can't bring the best out of you but it just might take a little bit of time to figured out royce a jump and i were talking about how paul george will be received at bickers light tonight uh how do you think that's going to go what are you were your expectations for how pacers fans feel vow paul george renew leah i think there's going to be there heavy matter that illegal paul george's expecting himself and the and he kind of accepts it understand this um although he did say yesterday that can okc before the team travelled that that he kinda he kinda kauppi said hey i'll be booed i understand that means that but then be put in for whatever reason i'll be boot so i think even he kind of wonders like should i.
"melas" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Another member of the bristol county sheriff's office indicted for helping the godfather i'm tim wise burke wbs news it's fifty eight degrees with cloudy skies your abc six forecast is coming up another member of the bristol county sheriff's office has been indicted for allegedly helping the cod father smuggle profits from his illegal overfishing scheme overseas fortyfiveyearold jamie melo of north darmouth a captain with the bristol county sheriff's office was indicted wednesday by a grand jury on one count each of boat cash muddling structuring and conspiracy in august 2017 mela was arrested and charged in a criminal complaint thought he say that when undercover agents were investigating carlos rafael he told a many had hit his the cash proceeds from illegal fishing scheme in part by smuggling the money to portugal he mentioned using several members of the bristol county sheriff's office to help including melo whom he described as the captain at the prison and a number 2015 agents saw melo and rafael arrive at logan airport were they allege melo held rafael smuggle cash to portugal last week antonio freight as an another sheriff's office employee was sentenced to one year and one day in prison for helping rafael smuggle cash out of the country and ecuadorian national will spend the next eight years in prison for sexually assaulting a teenage relative before being deported back to ecuador thirty seven year old guaman of fall river pleaded guilty monday afternoon in fall river superior court to a multicount indictment charging him with two counts of indecent assault and battery and a person over fourteen and two counts of statutory rape police say woman was 35 when he began sexually assaulting a female teenage relative and one.
"melas" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Of the bristol county sheriff's office indicted for helping the cod father i'm tim weisberg wbs news hit sixty three degrees with cloudy skies your abc six forecast is coming up a captain with a bristol county sheriff's office was indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury in connection with helping cod father colors rafael smuggled profits from his illegal overfishing schemed to portugal fortyfive role jamie melo of north darmouth was indicted on one count each of balkhash cash muddling structuring and conspiracy in august the 2017 mela was arrested and charged in a criminal complaint a thirty say that when undercover agents were investigating rafael he told them he had hit cash proceeds from his illegal fishing scheme in part by smuggling the money to portugal he mentioned using several members of the bristol county sheriff's office including melo whom he described as quote the captain at the prison to help him do so in november 2015 agents are melo and rafael arrive at logan airport where melo health rafael smuggle cash to portugal a thirtysevenyearold fall river man who sexually assaulted a teenage relative whilst by the next eight years in state prison bristol county district attorney thomas quinn announced today louise guaman pleaded guilty monday afternoon in fall river superior court to a multicount indictment charging with two counts of indecent assault and battery and a person over fourteen and two counts of statutory rape police say guomin was 35 when he began sexually assaulting a female teenage relative at one particular case casey offered to give a ride to school but instead took her to his house where he first groped and then raped her while i'm is already under a deportation order and we'll be deported to ecuador after serving his sentence the new bedford farmer's market continues to expand the market will be opening a weekly indoor winter market beginning next thursday at the times square building on purchased rate from three to six thirty p m kim ferreira of coastal food shed the new managing organization for the market.