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Fresh update on "michele" discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"Feel also there has to be a certain i. I have to tell you. Part of the reason i love doing. It is in this country where we don't have access equal have access to healthcare. I needed to know. I was going into a profession where i could see anyone where i wouldn't and couldn't like i love the fact that it's mandated. I can't turn someone away just because they can't pay like i needed a in our system. It's at least a spiritual privilege because for me. This is a calling. It's a privilege. I want to know that the system will allow me to take care of anyone and to the best of my ability. So that is really important to me and given that you know. In the hierarchy of specialties. There are many specialties. That pay more. I think that there has to be a certain amount of generosity of spirit to want to be in that setting and then cognitive flexibility. Then you have to be a little. There's a certain amount of masochism that goes along the scheduling. No i didn't want to sleep. I don't remember. I know that that part of it is wearing thin though. I gotta make some adjustments ice. And i hope i still hope that being said about access to care i mean truthfully. It's that's one of those things. I'm increasingly vocal about and i hope i become super famous so i can use this platform because you've got to make some changes like everybody deserves healthcare. Everybody deserves a living wage. Everyone deserves to be treated fairly equities. Like i want to be part of getting rid of these disparities that so. These are the reasons why i do what i do. I love that. You're describing like an a sub sub category of that profession which creates justice. As part of it's part it has to be part of that process. I love that. Like there's such a vast important body of literature about how african americans and other people of color will receive unequal treatment as both patients and also medical providers and i know it is a huge topic but we both so especially crucial right now when pandemic means that some people are disproportionally effective. So as as dr like what are some of your fears for folks that you're seeing come through. How do you feel like justice is being meted out at that at that level. That's one of the things that i feel that this pandemic has laid bare so much pain and suffering and a lot of it just needless because this this should have been handled appropriately but so much pain and suffering from the pandemic one one what i hope will be a positive outcome is that it has laid bare these disparities. I mean so. Many of our essential workers people people who are always essential people who are teachers people who work in santa tation our grocery store clerks but people who who also haven't traditionally been valued in society. Now we depend on them and so often they are. Women and people of color and given the nature of the professions are not the highest earners. Either and we're seeing them. Disproportionately affected getting sick. Being ill you know in an economy where so many people work in. What's called the gig economy for p. Record unemployment and underemployment the fact that people don't have health insurance during a pandemic unreal minds. Like i the people you know so many patients i see now. I'm seeing people coming in. Because they're having panic attacks because they're depressed because like this middle-age woman said while. I lost my job. I can't find a job. I was kicked out of my housing. Because i can't pay my bills. You sure we're not supposed have a fictions but on real facts on the ground are that we are being evicted. And i can't get into a shelter because of the pandemic and she doesn't know what to do and has nowhere to go and so she's depressed. Of course she's depressed. I have no resources. I'm seeing this increasingly. So these these are some of the impacts and i it is heartbreaking. Because they're so little like in that in that instance make sure she's medically ok. I can try and give her resources. But truthfully there's so little. I can actually do for her. So what i try to do is continue advocacy so that we can change structures so that people can have help and support and that they can work one job and be able to survive. Yeah for healthcare to be tied directly to the economy then people's employment status his so deeply immoral that like i. I imagine that it is constantly exhausting to be to be seeing like the people with so little to lose being being the first to be impacted. It is and one thing. I was trying to be a little positive. The threat and it will probably has a canadian. I just can't part of me on topic of fundamental. Justice does seem but i i totally. Yeah i totally agree. And that's that's honestly why. I mean i'm i'm glad i'm there. I'm glad i'm in the er to try and do something like at a time when people still can't get into clinics and i mean even if the patient i just spoke about what could i do. I offered her a meal even if just for she could have one more meal in that moment or there was a young black woman who she was yelich. Now at my age twenty year olds like twelve year olds and so girl. She was a fetus. She crawled from her cradle. And so she. She also was depressed and i in the air we. We have to decide if someone's suicidal or not. Do they need to be admitted to the hospital or not like that. That is part of. That's the job. We're not gonna do. Management of chronic anxiety and depression. So we just spoke and as she was coming in. The nurses were about to put her in the like using laypersons term like the psychiatric safe from and have her undress and put on the psychiatric drugs like getting ready for admission by chest. When i saw her walk in is like this is this is not. She doesn't this is not where she's going to end up in the psychiatric floor. I just felt that. So i spoke to her and she told me that she was feeling depressed. She doesn't want to hurt herself or anyone else but she is. A is a frontline worker working as a clerk in a grocery store. She feels immense stress and anxiety because the patriots who come in are mean to her one of the people who where she works is sexually harassing her and her boss won't do anything about it but she can't afford to leave. That job has to pay bills and she doesn't have any family who can help her and she doesn't have any support and she doesn't have any friends and now with the pandemic the few people she could speak to she can't even she has increased isolation so of course i did my screening and of course i i made sure that she had a safe place to live and go and she asked me. She's like do you think i'm crazy.
Biden to nominate Tony Blinken as secretary of state
"Elect Joe Biden is building out his national security team, naming a woman to head the intelligence community for the first time and tapping a close confidante as secretary of state. More from NPR's Michele Kelemen. Biden calls his team experienced and crisis tested. He's naming his longtime adviser, Tony Blinken, as secretary of state and tapping veteran diplomat Linda Thomas Greenfield to another Cabinet, post U S ambassador to the U. N. If confirmed, Alejandro, my Orcas will be the first Latino to run the Department of Homeland Security. And every Haynes will be the first woman disservice. Director of National Intelligence Biden will have one of the youngest national security Advisors Jake Sullivan, and he's created a new cabinet level position within the NSC to combat climate change that will be former Secretary of State John Kerry.
Fresh update on "michele" discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"Was more to life. That was possible. And the way you're describing it. I know i mean i am not in medical world. I know they call like the surgical theater. But like the way you're describing it. It sounds like these spaces can sort of just be like the theater of life itself like everything. This whole spectrum of humanity and possibility can happen inside there. you know. That's one thing i wanted. I'd read it so many different books and books where people are telling their life story and trapped up with a bow and maybe it's their journey into health and at the end of the book. you know they. They lost two hundred pounds and now they feel beautiful in. Yeah exactly because there are supermodel and so it just it just all and perfectly. That's not my take on life. I don't feel that life is perfect. I don't feel that the i don't feel that the reward at the end of struggle is that now we have the life of our dreams that we might see disney film. It's not real like the deal of being human as that there will be. There will be challenges. There will be struggle and for me. The reward is to find an inner peace. That's the part that i think is immutable. That's the part that will that will give some sense of joy because everything else in this material will it comes and it goes like just in the er when i see patients. I can't promise a family necessarily that. Their loved one with end. Stage heart disease is going to make it. I can't but i can promise that we'll do what we can. And that will try to get them the support that they need so that they can manage no matter the outcome. Yeah and the way you describe witness. It's very similar to salmon divinity school land. You know where where there's there has like a bake emphasis on like an account of witness part of what it means to like. Accept the weight and meaning of suffering as part of that hard work of staying present. It sounds like you like part of the gift at your determined to give regardless of the circumstances is something like i see you. Yes it happened. I'm right here. i'm right here. Tara brach talks about radical acceptance. And i feel so strongly about radical honesty. And i feel like that is the only way through situation i i. I will never forget an interaction. I had with a young woman who i saw. I met and they say gastric part of the emergency department. When i was working at the. Va hospital. And it's not uncommon for for veterans to come in at this hospital seeking medical clearance. Just a doctor saying they're medically okay to go onto their their sober house or than than the next part of their job that they just needed a quick medical blessing so they can go on. So i was meeting are there was the end of my shift. I had to get home because it was running. I was pretty much a staying late to help the other doctor who was overburdened. And she was fine. So i could have been in and out of there in five minutes but just something was pulling at my heart and soul and gut. She had mentioned. She was recovering from a trauma. We glossed over at though. But as i was leaving i just felt that i needed to ask her. I felt like. If i didn't i would be complicit i i didn't have any information didn't have anything to base it on but i just felt you need to ask her because she's willing to talk about it. You need to acknowledge this. And when i did ask her. She revealed that she was raped in the military by not only her her her colleague a fellow soldier but also her supervisor and she was overseas when it happened. Meanwhile her grandmother died. They conveniently messed up her paperwork so she couldn't go and pay her respects to the only support she had in this world and so not only had they committed this crime against her body and our spirit and then like emotionally tortured or on top of all that but then they had tried to take away her livelihood by ruining her records so she wouldn't have a way to support herself. Were career at all so meeting her to space in the er where you know. Thankfully she had been reassigned. Her new team was helping restore her record helping her with her career and should a new therapist who is helping her so that she could maintain sobriety and help with depression anxiety. Ptsd while i listened to her felt it was important to listen to her and i said to her what they did was wrong. It was just wrong. And we continue to speak. And i remember. She said that it felt good to speak because she had never told the whole story to anyone. Like that and i could see her. Just feel lighter in that in that moment her whole countenance transformed. And you know this wasn't this was for her. I mean a byproduct of it was that i felt i felt a deep sense of filming. Because that's what. I was there to do to help her. And not just sign a paper but i hope this was part of her healing and and yes. I also write about it because while. She's while she's struggling to survive to thrive to have the life she deserves. People like me were there to help her. Who aren't in. The midst of that acute struggle should be there to not only bear witness to amplify the story and be part of accountability. Because we i feel. I have to change the system so this doesn't happen to other people. Yeah that is so powerful when someone in the role like say you're not you're not playing the role of friend. You're playing the role of of of trusted medical professional. It really does feel intensely. Validating to be able to have someone in an official capacity. Be able to say like this is injustice like the because i i think especially when something happens to you you start to feel even when you know you're right you start to feel a bit confused until until you can feel sort of like that. That bubble around. You is remade by trust and just to offer that trust. That's that's a powerful thing you're right and so much. Even though i work in the emergency department and people come in who have been shot or who were having strokes and heart attacks so much of what we do. It's not an acute medical emergency. It's a different two different kind of of spiritual mental emotional urgency. I really like the kind of existential bravery. You're talking about so it makes you wonder other than a complete bad ass. Like what kind of person do you think it takes to be an er doctor. I think there is a certain amount of comfort. You have to have with uncertainty because anything and anyone can come in anytime. I.
Illinois reports more than 13,000 new cases and 126 new deaths statewide
"Live from npr news. I'm jack speer. With corona virus cases surging across the west new data released from the federal government shows just. How many hospitals in the country say they are facing critical staffing shortages. Npr selena simmons duffin reports nearly one in five hospitals in the us currently has a staffing issue states in the mid west and southwest are being hit hardest. North dakota has the highest percentage of hospitals reporting shortages. Texas has the highest number of hospitals when there aren't enough staff to treat the surge of patients. The concern is that you could get to the point where you have to start rationing care and then more people could die early on in the pandemic medical staff could volunteer to help in hot spots like new york city. But that's not really possible. Now with so many hospitals facing shortages and cases surging all over the country selena simmons duffin npr news eleanor. Like many other states seeing a big surge in coronavirus cases more than thirteen thousand new cases reported there with one hundred and twenty six deaths making it the third day in a row deaths their past the one hundred mark on governor. Jay pritzker reminding people his they've been state today. The numbers do not reflect what tomorrow's numbers might look like. You have to look at what the trajectory is. How fast it is that. They're likely to fill up. How fast they're coming into the emergency room and ending up in the bed. Laurie now is more than six hundred. Thirty four thousand coronavirus cases more than eleven thousand kobe. Nineteen deaths in the state. The death toll from covid nineteen pandemic has now reached more than two hundred and fifty thousand georgia's certified president elect. Joe biden has one that state's electoral votes but as a meal moffitt of member station w. a. b. e. in atlanta reports top georgia republicans are calling for changes to the state's election. Laws in one of the narrowest races in the country president elect joe biden topped president. Donald trump by about twelve thousand six hundred votes of the record. One point three million votes cast by mail and the state two thirds of them went to biden. Georgia's republican governor. Brian kemp echoed. President trump and casting doubt on the state's signature match program used to verify the identity of absentee voters voters casting their ballots. In person must show a photo. Id and we should consider applying that same standard to mail in ballots. Georgia's republican secretary of state also called for reform despite repeated assurances that he's seen no evidence of widespread fraud for npr news. I'm a meal moffitt in atlanta michigan state. Legislators met at the white house today with president trump as the president appears to be making an extraordinary effort aimed at overturning. Joe biden's overwhelming win. There were after the meeting. Officials said they have not been yet made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election by one michigan by an insurmountable one hundred fifty four thousand votes on wall street today. The dow closed lower down two hundred nineteen points. You're listening to. Npr president trump's state department and foreign policy advisors to the incoming baiju administration are both expressing concerns about recent arrests of human rights advocates in egypt. Computers michele keleman reports. The arrest came after. The activists met with european diplomats. The egyptian institute for personal rights as seen three of its members arrested this week charged with spreading false information and undermining public security. European diplomats had met with them earlier this month. The state department is expressing quote deep concern about the arrests biden's foreign policy adviser. Tony blinken says he shares that sentiment in a tweet. He writes quote. Meeting with foreign. Diplomats is not a crime nor is peacefully advocating for human rights. President trump wants called egypt's leader his favourite dictator egypt remains a major recipient of us aid michelle kellerman npr news washington asia pacific summit leaders set aside their differences today issuing their first joint communique in three years among other things a group calling for free and predictable trade to help a global economy leaders of the twenty one nation apec groups as been substantially weakened by the coronavirus pandemic the group whose members include president trump and chinese leader xi jinping also about not to resort to protectionist policies notwithstanding the ongoing us trying to trade battle apec countries fell to reach agreement in two thousand eighteen in part due to discord between the us and china crude oil futures prices ended the week on an up note oil closing up forty three cents a barrel and the session at forty two seventeen barrel in new york. I'm jack speer npr news.
Fresh update on "michele" discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"Believe with your whole heart and god will provide keep this attitude and the money is yours. But i'm here to look into your gorgeous is and say. Hey there are some things you can fix and some things you can't and it's okay that life isn't always better. We can find beauty and meaning and truth but there's no cure to being human. So let's be friends on that. Let's be human together People always say find your center. Find your center. As if you were a seesaw. And you didn't know you were supposed to balance but right now. There is no balance. There is no normal. There is no pretending that life is staying on course. We are living through a season of intense and prolonged uncertainty and fear and but sometimes we meet people who know how to keep their feet under them. They aren't lucky they haven't been spared pain and heartache but they have figured out something about pain that still. Let's them grow. What is it dr. Michelle harper has worked as an emergency room physician for more than a decade at various institutions including as chief resident at lincoln hospital in the south bronx and in the emergency department at the veterans affairs medical center in philadelphia. She's a graduate of harvard university and the renaissance school of medicine at stony brook university. And she just released her first memoir the beauty in breaking michelle. Hello thank you so much for being here. Thank you thank you. It's a pleasure and an honor to join you and your community here today. I think that there is something deeply magical about you. She said having just met you. But i just want to tell you straight off. I think it is so powerful. You've interior like chaos and pain and transition and fear. And i i want to ask you all about your story in a minute. But there's like there's such a sense of grounding people get in your account like your feet are right under you and it allows you to give. Incredible gas is do. I wasn't joking when i write about doing yoga. Ideal all the time. yeah. I think it's just like all part of a hope that we all have. Is that even now in the midst of this. We can find a strength like that. I appreciate that. I don't always feel grounded. And i think that what i've what i've tried to cultivate over time is is an honesty. About how how. I feel and what i'm going through and really being present with it and i think in that act of of present saying that's what gives me grounding being radically honest if i'm in the face of death or pain or suffering or the end of relationships being present is what keeps me grounded and rooted in the moment. It sounds like you kind of got hooked on honesty. And you're like oh we can tell the truth about this. It's like a tell the truth about a lot of things. Yes your ability to manage chaos. Seems i think that it's very. It might be intimidating to people who don't who don't think they have something like that in them but you you have a long history with with managing and experiencing chaos. Would you mind like starting at the beginning and telling me a little bit about your childhood and how maybe you were forced to learn that kind of grounding at such a young age yes and this does come up a lot. And then now when i look back on my childhood growing up in an abusive household where my father was a batterer so at any moment we we never knew what would happen. It could just erupt in violence. As i get older as my brother got older he was often are protector. Thank god and i learned at that time that anything was possible. And i think back. There's there's a moment that one story could be could be any story but one where my brother was trying to protect my mother and his effort to restrain my father. My father bit his hand and it was this terrible injury to his thumb. And i remember i was a young teenager and i remember looking at his hand look like he bit been bit by an animal and i remember feeling the horror and terror and knowing that if if this person in my home could do this to someone that i love to cared for my protector could do the savage brutal act to him that anything could happen. And we weren't safe. And that somehow i had to manage. We had to manage to find her own safety. And way through that and in many ways that cultivated for me will honestly being an er doctor because all we have is a snapshot in time. I have a moment to look at a situation. Is this immediately. Life threatening is likely not immediately life threatening. Is it something we can get through and blow over or is really nothing very dangerous going on right now and i just have to be vigilant. So those were skills that i that i developed early. That hyper awareness. It sounds like turned into the ability. To like hyper interpret and live. Almost at the speed at how quickly things are happening. Yeah and it's it's a process of course because that was a survival strategy. When i was young and one cannot continue to operate like that. Twenty four seven. It's it's not functional leads to burn out and and so much deep suffering and even kind of dissociation in order to get through it and so. That's something i had to work on as i got older and when i saw that another life was possible i remember when i went to the emergency department when i was still young teenager and and seeing all manner of life converge. They're seeing people come in hurt battered just looking for shelter like a homeless man who just needed respite from the elements or a little girl. Who needed her. Her boo boos stitched up. Someone coming in coding and ems working on an pumping on his chest all kinds of people matt. They're looking for some kind of healing and often some. How many of them founded. I mean that that homeless man had maybe an hour or two to rest. The little girls skipped out with her father. That family The family with the man coding. We don't know if he made it or not. But somehow in that space there were going to have to find a way through it to find their life forward With or without that family member. And so when i when i saw getting a glimpse that there are these spaces of potential and hope. I knew that. I wanted to be that for other people that i wanted to be some kind of support for them and i also knew that there.
Brexit negotiations suspended as member of EU team tests positive for COVID-19
"The European Union's chief negotiator on a post Brexit deal with Britain has said talks with his British counterpart will be suspended for a short period as a member of the EU team has tested positive for coronavirus. Michele Barnier said the two sides would continue their work while fully respecting coronavirus guidelines. His neck beak, crucially that remain in contact. We think over Zuma's well, these negotiations will continue and remember so much of this process has taken place during the pandemic, where they've had to deal with restrictions on not being able to be in the same room on quite a few occasions. But you know, this could have come frankly, at a worse
Biden's top Cabinet contenders come into focus
"Is Bo Eriksson tells US one former primary challenger could end up as U. N ambassador, former top defense official could return to lead the Pentagon, former primary rival Pete Booty judge was envisioned as the secretary of Veterans affairs. But since then him and his team has made clear his preference for United Nations Ambassador or another Cabinet post. Michele Flournoy, a former top Pentagon official. Is the leading candidate for defense secretary and would be the first woman in the role, according to four people familiar with the Biden transition deliberations. Delaware Senator The Democrat Chris Coons has often been mentioned as a potential candidate for secretary of state. CBS News has learned. There's unofficial back channel communication between President elect Biden's transition team and President Trump's administration officials. CBS News reporting. The communication is marginal and not a replacement for a full formal transition process, which has yet to begin the General Services Administration, which we've been hearing a lot about must first affirm or ascertain in their official word, Joe Biden, that presumed winner of the 2020 election before that formal process begins. That's a big impediment for a peaceful transfer of power, a transition official telling CBS news talks between the Biden team and career transition officials that fed her All departments have been limited and focused on logistics and not policy. But a former senior White House official told CBS News that current and former Trump officials have been in touch with the Biden transition. To offer some help. We've got 38 degrees of sunny sky in center city warming to 51 this
"michele" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Nation. Podcast we are going to give you a quick news. Update here on. What's going on with the raiders. Situation covid nineteen as ian rapoport has reported nearly the entire readers. Starting defense is going on the covid nineteen list because of high risk close contacts but could be eligible to play if they continue has negative sources. Tell him and tom palestinian at the nfl network now our own guys here Adam hill and vinnie bonior furiously working to update on that. And you can find any updates on what will happen with the sunday night game currently still on for sunday night but could be flexed. So we'll have you updated on. Vegas nation dot com as for the situation with cleveland ferral. He did test positive for the virus but Lamarcus joyner so far is just on the list because he is a close contact so we'll also continue to keep an eye on bat and give you updates but positive news. We did see colton. Miller as well as maurice hers back on the practice field on wednesday. So this is good. News for the raiders that they have been there and that there were other defensive starters out on the field carol massar. Was there as well as max crosby. So maybe not all hope is lost yet but we keep you updated on the situation as it develops. Let's get back into this. With michele tafoya now talks about podcast sports uncovered again that debuts november nineteenth on nbc sports dot com. You can check out all of the podcast. They're they're free and michelle. Toya's focuses on jon gruden and the trade that happened. His return to the raiders. Let's get back into this.
First volume of Barack Obama's memoir coming
"Transition. The first volume of former President Barack Obama's memoir is due to be released this week. We have details from NPR's Asia. Roscoe in an interview with NPR's Michele Martin, Barack Obama says he never bought into the idea of a post racial America. He says he understands that some people expect the U. S to have made more progress. When it comes to race. I think the reason that I don't plunge into despair Probably has to do with The fact that I tend to take a long view on things. Obama also talked about the need for pursuing bipartisanship, he says. There's a way to reach across the aisle without being a sap. But he admits that voters tend to reward rather than punish lawmakers who choose to take the obstructionists route.
Biden likely to break barriers, pick woman to lead Pentagon
"President elect Joe Biden is expected to take an historic step and select a woman to head the Pentagon for the first time the president elect and his wife Jill Biden took a bike ride through Delaware's Cape Henlopen state park Saturday morning along with their secret service detail reporters along the route managed to get one question it U. S. officials and political insiders say secretary of defense maybe one position that's close and it's likely to go to Michele Flournoy she's a Pentagon veteran having served multiple roles beginning in the nineteen nineties most recently as the undersecretary for policy from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve she's considered a political moderate which would likely ensure wide bipartisan support in a position that requires Senate confirmation Ben Thomas Washington
Slow U.S. election count mostly for good reasons
"Some fifteen million more voters participated in this year's presidential election then the one four years ago the slow pace of this year's count is fueling criticism but it also reflects a greater voter enthusiasm and the steps that states took an advance to protect their residents from Corbett nineteen votes received by mail or in a ballot drop box often take longer to process in Las Vegas Michele Johnson was frustrated that the Nevada vote tabulation was taking so long I thought we would be more on the cutting edge because of all the other technology that goes on in our city in Fulton County Georgia which suffered a corona virus outbreak among election workers last month the chairman of the board of commissioners rob Pitts was celebrating as they neared completion of counting the votes here in Fulton County fat lady has almost song Jennifer king Washington
Boston: Patriots Add Sony Michel, Shaq Mason, Derek Rivers To COVID-19 List
"This evening in Foxboro for the Patriots after offensive lineman James Parents was placed on the code reserve list yesterday, ESPN is reporting that running back Sony, Michelle Guard Shack Mason and defensive end Derrick Rivers have all been placed on the covert reserve list. Jeff how of the athletic furthering that report saying that Michele tested positive while Rivers and Mason are being placed on the list as a precautionary measure. The news comes after the Broncos announced this morning that running backs coach Curtis Mod Kins tested positive and would not be traveling with the team to Foxboro Flight tracker shows that the Broncos plane arrived here in Massachusetts this afternoon, and multiple reports say that the game will go on as scheduled. At one o'clock tomorrow. It's
The next steps with COVID-19: Monitoring vaccines, cases and more
"People have died from the virus in Washington, up seven from yesterday. Nearly 8000 people have been hospitalized. That's 15 more in the last 24 hours. There have Been nearly 96,900 cases statewide, which is up 709 from yesterday's report. Well. Today was the deadline for all states to submit their plans for distributing Covad 19 vaccines. We spoke with acting assistant secretary for the State Department of Health Michele Roberts about when the public can see and learn about the vaccine plan next week. What we plan on doing is post that plan publicly online so everybody can see it and see the information that is in there and then have an opportunity to get review and feedback in the land. The Centers for Disease Control is careful to remind us that right Now there is not unauthorized or approved vaccine to prevent Cove in 19, but the CDC says there is a possibility of one or more vaccines that may be available by the end of this year.
Bostonians Rally to Extend Moratorium on Evictions
"Are nervous that the pandemic of eviction moratorium will expire next weekend. The large rally took place downtown today as W. B. C's match here reports to state Rep. Mike Connelly, the threat of eviction hits close to home over is in public housing, and I'm a lifelong renter. And I'm here to stand so already with all of you because I'm sorry to say that evictions equal, he's go sponsoring a bill that would extend protections for fellow renters in Massachusetts. Current pandemic Eviction moratorium expires later this week. Supporters rallied on the common today, including Boston City councilor and mayoral candidate Michele wound. It's not only possible to transform how we've been thinking about our system is not only possible to reimagine safety, stability opportunity for It is absolutely necessary to meet this moment. There's currently no scheduled vote on Connally's bill. Demonstrators are calling on their elected officials to change that match Your W.
"michele" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Mr Lon Bronson band Michele, But ask me Please sing it. I did it for him. But who? After I was done singing. I had to go out in the lobby and I just remember hard. Well, so by now, though, are you You feel like Vegas is your home to stage? Definitely. I love it is somehow this community gets into. Yeah, definitely. I know. You been living here and even working on everybody knows who you are, And rightly so, because you're an extremely talented on elegant and I have great admiration for you. As anybody who sees you will perform, says the same thing. And now we're going through a lot of changes. You know, this is Vegas. It's a lot of changes something things that we've never experienced before, and we just talked on commercial break aboutthe struggle in the fragility. You know the fragility of the artist's thrive upon live performance that this had been taken away. But you're very you have a positive house back. I mean, your story tells everybody Nothing gonna stop me. I'm just gonna, you know, get that I make I make adjustments, You know, door closes another door opens on I I want to bring up your daughter because your daughter is She's absolutely stunning, and she's a wonderful singer was wonderful talent. How will you guide it? Well, it hasn't been easy, You know,.
"michele" Discussed on The Michelle Obama Podcast
"Hello everybody. I'm Michelle Obama and this is the Michelle Obama part cast. On this episode, we will be discussing our relationship with ourselves. We've all been dealing with a lot of change lately from the outrage and despair the protests seeking racial justice. To this historic and life in pandemic, all of which has upended so much of life I've always understood it. This change can be a lot and it can feel heavy. And the thing is we're left to deal with stuff at a moment when we're forced to spend more time alone more time in our own heads than we're used to. Dealing with all of this change experiencing isn't always easy and it is not always comfortable. But what I've learned is that this kind of solitude can be revealing almost healing. I couldn't think of anyone better to discuss all of this with then my dear, dear friend and confidante. Michele Norris. Now, you might recognize Michele's voice. She is a decorated journalist, and for years she's angered all things considered on NPR. One of the things I love most about Michelle is her ability to listen. How have you been handling it I? Mean how? How are you in? Cova. Quarantine. Times. Are you managing I'm doing? Okay you know I. Wake up every day and count my blessings. Our family is together. You know and they're healthy. Thank goodness. I tried to establish routines for everybody and then I realized that much are now adults and they need to establish their own routines and. For Them US me about me but I'll talk about them I. Their different personalities emerged. So one of my children is like a vampire. and is up all night. And I don't know if that's because the rhythm has changed or because the house. They can have a house to themselves at night and the refrigerator to themselves, and no one is saying without your prime early one another bowl of lucky charms. Without Mama cranks. So are you just now coming out of your room? Did you shower? Have you eaten anything? So, one of the literally is, is like a night crawler. Up All night and then sleeps all day and emerges. Kind of time for dinner. My other child is a planner and makes list and does everything but is doing it all from the bed. It doesn't feel sorry. For what it's you know. So showers do or don't happen, and but the thing that I was able to use to organize the house is mealtime So we don't eat at a specific time when we probably should that would help but we do eat together every day breakfast is kind of fuzzy because not everybody is up. Yeah and I had I started to lay out breakfast like here's your breakfast buffet and a bed and breakfast. That was that was I don't know what I was still don't want him to be back. No. I. Was Putting a yogurt. And I should have come out. I felt like I lost control of a lot of things. But I had control on my kitchen for Brock and I we've we've lived outside of. The norm of regular life for quite some time and what we learned early on in the White House is that in order to To stay stain into feel like the human that you want on were is that you have to have a schedule and a routine. That's pretty that's pretty lockstep. So we were in the habit of you know I get up you know I don't have to set my alarm, but I don't get it up at the same time. Up, roughly around the same time I mean but my sleep is off to and I've heard this from a lot of people. It's you know because we're not moving around as much. So I'm not as tired. I'm not I'm not knocked out tired like I usually am nine o'clock I'm going to bet a little bit later so and I'm waking up in. The middle of the night 'cause I'm worrying about something or there's a heaviness. But if I sorta set aside and uneven night, I do tend to wake up at the same time now the crack Don but pretty much like six seven o'clock. Then I try to make sure I get a workout in although there have been periods throughout this quarantine where I Have felt too low. You know I've gone through those emotional highs and lows that I think everybody feels where you just don't feel yourself and sometimes I've there have been a a weaker so where I had to surrender to that and not be so hard on myself and say you know what? You just not feel in that treadmill right now but that's unusual for you. It is unusual and it is. It's a direct result of just being out of out of body out of mind and spiritual. These are not they are not fulfilling time spiritually in now So I I know that I am dealing with. Some form of low grade depression, not just because of the quarantine but because of the racial strife and just seeing this administration watching the hypocrisy of it day in and day out is dispiriting. So I've had to Kinda, give myself that those days those moments. But for the most part staying in routine getting a workout in trying to get outside But schedule has been key and having a regular dinner time and I'm finding that in quarantine forward to that because we in our house, what we all do go off into our little workspaces, right barracks in his office making calls working. On his book I'm in my room that had the girls are on their computers, and sometimes we're outside if the weather permits but we've developed this routine of you know we don't really worry about seeing one another in the day but right around five o'clock everybody comes outta their nooks and we like do an activity like puzzles become big just just sitting in doing these thousand piece puzzles. The girls are just like into him and we're all sitting on the floor around a table with the puzzle is now permanently set up, and then we sit down for dinner and we talk some more. And then afterwards, the girls and Barack, and another friend there they've they've got a spades tournament. So Barack his talk girl spades and now there's this vicious competition they they they wouldn't have sat down but for this quarantine to learn how to play a card game with their dad, they wouldn't and master and master it. You know we don't need as much. We end the music of anything not to put anybody out of work, but this time has taught me how to do my own waxing do Mondays, your.
"michele" Discussed on Past Gas
"Onto broke girls and they're like that guy he's got the good. Nine hundred seventy two Muthana attended the contest with your friend John Taibbi Taibbi was a car enthusiast and was about to make his amateur rally debut at the two KORCEA on the isle of Corsica. He wasn't getting along with his co-driver and asked, Mouton to practice the narrow twisty course with him. Instead she was a natural and became is go to navigator in Nineteen, seventy three. They entered the first ever world championship event at Monte. Carlo just a quick refresher here the world rally championship or w RC is a rallying series organized by the FAA or the Thera Seon. Internacional. Automobile, it's evolved since its inception, but generally speaking the series is made up of special stages where drivers each paired with co-driver who handles navigation compete over the course for multiple days, they're driving on closed roads against the clock often in treacherous conditions with driving surfaces ranging from gravel to dirt ice and snow. It's international and therefore the most competitive but Mouton also competed in the European Rally Championship or Er C., which is similar to the WRC just. Confined. To Europe, as well as national rallies affiliated with neither the WRC or er. So there was twenty one year old mouton no experience under her belt. One of only a handful of female entrance at the starting line in the passenger seat of a Peugeot three or four s two, hundred, sixty miles, eighteen stages ahead of them you can only imagine what was going on in her head, but they won't be racing for long because they didn't actually. Finish. And they were hardly the only ones out of two, hundred, seventy, eight starters only fifty one made it to the finish line and that was in large part because something insane happened on the at Plateau. One of the mountain pass stages a blizzard caused a huge snow bank to form on the raceway with only fifty one cars making it through before the road was completely blocked rather than suspending the race organizers insisted the. Stage would still run and disqualified the one, hundred, forty cars at showed up after the blockade. For lateness this disproportionately affected independent racers or privateer teams like Taibbi Amazon who had later starting times than the factory teams in protest a bunch of the disqualified privateers drove to a later stage and then blocked the road for the factory team still in the race and they had to be disbanded by the police. This is wild. That's crazy 'cause they would've had to like turn around and then like go around. Yeah. So. Bogus like three-quarters cars are like too late to race. That's when you like July right? Yeah. Definitely, no you know we should do guys. We should go around and block it. They can't. Even I love it. Like a number of people who have. Shows that sounds like a good idea. Let's go do that together. Undeterred by lackluster first event mouton continued to co drive for Taibbi. I. She participated in more and more rallies her father worried for her being and figured she'd be safer behind the wheel rather than the passenger seats. So he bought her a one point six liter out Pena Reynaud a one ten. The best. French. Rally car at the time data things rear engine. It looks like a freaking not like a big kind of shark. But like a like a sleeker kind of shock like a blue shark I, love these things A. I've never driven one obviously because we don't have them in the US. But in dirt rally, it's my favorite car. We just saw one in the in the Peterson vault like the Alpha on. Yeah. We just saw that like a year and a half ago when we went there I, think it looks kind of like an upside down. Bathtub. No Way. Not a bath. I think it's. kind of silly looking you're silly looking. No. This whole thing. I didn't know such sensitive subject I'm sorry anyway her dad told her he'd finance one season of rally racing for her to test her medal as a driver, and if she failed, she would have to go back to law school. Dang. What an ultimatum hey, you either have to be really good at racing or you're going to become a lawyer. I will support this dream of yours. I will now used car. I will pay for fuel. I you buy usually tired I will pay the entrance fees but if you're not good at racing, you must return to law school and become. A, lawyer. As. Credit sounded exactly like Mr Mouton. How do you say? How do you say thank you in French missy Missy Book Cool Papa. Speaking of mercy, my one of my favorite bands is go Jira. There are metal band from France and on their live album after like every other song. Reciprocal. So good. Mizuko. Logo. All their songs, all the lyrics aren't English but then the break into the French for the. It's so funny. He's still have to be like have stage presence, but it'd be like. How do you tour as a metal band like how do you do that every night and just growl to your throat collapses I've no idea that reminds me. I was like a week ago when we Canaan Joe and I went. Camping. I was supposed to see deaf tones and go jira that night. But because of The global pandemic I wasn't able to but I will say our camping trip was a very suitable substitution. Yeah. I, pooped on a tree on a tree. Yeah I what I brought a shovel with me. This might be tm I abroad to shovel with me with the intentive digging a hole. But see I had whiskey for dinner so I didn't have time. That's something happening. So I just had to let it go. On a tree though So my whole thing was like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa like lean against it in a squat, and then I then I like I'm not going to poop on my heels. Okay. That's pretty good logic. Teach you that in the boy. Scouts. Bhutto made her driving debut in nineteen seventy-three three. At the ER, see all women's rally Paris Saint Raphael Feminine. Long name. Yeah. In a surprising finished for the newcomer, she placed fifth overall in I in class. Bowl jaw law. School. That's hello. Uh School A. Bowl Soi law school. As, this new young female driver clocked consistently good results throughout nineteen seventy-three close-minded spectators and emasculated competitor suggested she only drove so fast because her car had special engine. Is She's got a a an LS swap. Reynaud. It is impossible for a woman to drive this fast without a special engine love love Magic to Jj. DETAILLE..
Michele Mouton, Queen B of Group B
"Yeah. So today we're discussing Michelle. mouton. A woman. We've this is this the first time we've discussed a woman on the show. This might be the first episode dedicated to a lady. which is a bit embarrassing. I would say so yeah. But no better woman to start off this trend with and Michelle. She is easily one of the best rally drivers ever. She's a beast. So I'm really stoked that we can tell the story even if it took us a little while to get to it, that's on us but but it's interesting because motorsport is really one of the sports where women and men compete against each other as true like she's not the best. Female driver ever. She's one of the best rally drivers at. Yeah. Regardless of gender she's one of the greatest. and honestly like just watching a video of her rally driving makes me sweat. Over, yeah she's like she's the person who when we talk about. Like rally cars now are all-wheel-drive. Wheel drive. But when Audi showed up with quattro and just started smoking everybody that was Michelle. Meantime that was young Mouton Bay. mouton on the track. Yeah I mean. To your point James like drag racing of course is or was kind of dominated by women at one point all the force sisters were just tearing it up. There's really no reason. For it to be separated by gender in in Motor Sport Really of course right now there's the there's the W. series, which is a like a women's open-wheel series. At I think that's more for them to kind of get exposure and it proved themselves in like a formula car but I'm looking forward to seeing some of those drivers come up in the formula. One. Soon hopefully, it would just make it more interesting for crying out loud if nothing else I agree let's get into it a. all right. Let's fired up. All Right Michelle Mouton entered this world on June twenty third nineteen, fifty one in the French Riviera more specifically the idyllic town of grass cross grass Ross. The Idyllic town of Gross France, the perfume capital of the world grassi surrounded by fields of aromatic flowers and home to Francis. Oldest perfumery GALLIMARD. Look I'm friend by far French is the language that I have the hardest time pronouncing both words and names I apologize profusely to anyone with a modicum of sense of how to pronounce stuff I. Think you're doing great. I think I think here like right there. Thank you, Joe, unlike many drivers whose family have a history in the sport returns family made a living growing roses and jasmine for the perfume industry mouton spent her youth skiing doing ballet and excelling in school. But just beyond the flower fields sat the mountain. Stages used for local rallies and wouldn't be long before the engine notes trickling down into the valley beckoned to Michelle mcgann discovered her love of cars at fourteen years old when she would steal her father. Pierre's Citron to seavy and take it out for joyrides. Quote for me at the time a car always meant freedom and independence she said but driving wasn't something she could possibly see a future in it for anyone to envision that path for mere enjoyment to making something your life's purpose but you could argue this especially from. Models for women on the racing stage were few and far between. So after graduating high school Bhutan took up odd jobs working as a ski instructor, a Care Assistant in a home for the disabled and eventually at her father's insurance company until she began studying to be a lawyer but something unexpected would quickly put an end to that career path her entry into a competitive rock and roll dance contest.
"michele" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
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Judge hands down death sentence for child rapist
"Almost a year after a Hillsborough County jury recommended the death penalty for child killer Granville Richie. A judge has confirmed that sentence. Richie was found guilty in the 2014 rape and murder of nine year old Felicia Williams. In court Friday. Felicia's mother delivered in a Emotional victim impact statement all day. I regret today is there I can not That would be for him to be hung for him to feel my daughter feels over it over and over. Even Judge Michele Cisco had to stop several times to compose herself as she outlined the charges against Richie. She also told the Little girl's mom that she has been asked to bear more than any human being should A death sentence now goes to an appeals court for an automatic review.
Brexit: Boris Johnson to override EU withdrawal agreement
"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson attempted to talk tough on Sunday ahead of a crucial round of post brexit trade talks with the European Union. Saying Britain could walk away from the talks within weeks and insisting a no deal exit would be a good outcome for the UK. With talks deadlocked Johnson said an agreement would only be possible if EU negotiators prepared to rethink their current positions, the intern accuses Britain of failing to negotiate. Seriously Britain left the now twenty-seven nation e you on January thirty first three and a half years after the country narrowly voted to end more than four decades of membership that political departure will be followed by an economic break. When an eleven month transition period ends on December thirty first and the UK leaves the e You Single Market and customs union. Without a deal, the new year will bring tariffs and other economic barriers between the UK and the block its biggest trading partner. Johnson said the country would prosper mightily even if Britain had a trading arrangement with the EU like Australia's you governments preferred description of annot deal brexit British Chief Negotiator David, Frost, and his counterpart Michele Bonnie a a Jew to meet in London on Tuesday for the eighth round of negotiations. Britain accuses the block of making demands. It has not imposed on other countries. It has free trade deals with such as Canada without to deal British freight firms warned, they could be logjams at ports and supplies of key in Britain could be severely disrupted starting. January first.
New York - Gov. Phil Murphy announces indoor dining can resume in New Jersey
"Some indoor dining is being allowed in the garden. State capacity limits are being said, and also joining us Live. Care What abuse Mike DiNardo, Mike I understand movie theaters and indoor entertainment venues. Can also reopen, too. Exactly a 25% capacity. Michelle starting on Friday, which is when the the re opening of indoor dining will be allowed with the 25% capacity limits. There are plenty of other rules for indoor dining as well. Diners have to wear masks when they're not in their seats of people working in the restaurants After wear masks all the time. Food and beverage can only be consumed while seated. There. Those are the rules. And then there are suggestions, according to state Health Commissioner Judy Prison, Kelly, one of them is having they Khun suggesting that restaurant's install portable air cleaners with HEPA filters to try to keep the air clean inside restaurants. Governor Murphy, of course, tried. Tio reopened indoor dining late in June. He had a date set for July, 2nd. And then just before that. But reversed the decision, saying that the case counts that we're getting too high. The governor was asked if he would give a guarantee that he would not go back on the decision this time, but Michele that he said, I'm not God. I don't control the virus, although he said he would be stunned if he had to go back on the decision and not allow indoor dining again on Friday. All right, one of these
UN refugee agency calls on EU nations to let in migrants rescued in Mediterranean
"The UN's refugee and migration agencies say European Union ports must allow vessels carrying more than 400 rescued asylum seekers. To disembark. Joanna Kisses reports. The newest rescue vessel is the Louise Michele, paid for by the British street artist Banksy. Its crew rescued more than 200 people. In just a few days, the Italian coast Guard agreed to take on Lee 49 on board. Another humanitarian vessel is carrying 200 migrants and a commercial ship has housed another 27 for the last three weeks. Immigration lawyer Julia Trang Kina says thes migrants have rights under international law there general asylum seekers with the right to protection Once they get to international waters, they have a right to claim asylum. Malta and Italy often cite the pandemic has reasons to keep ships carrying migrants away. For NPR news. I'm Joanna Cock
Kanye West Marriage
"Do that learn more at expanding dot com slash? X. Y. Right. So according to tmz Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West or working on their marriage, they're in a very remote private location they jumped on a private jet with their children flew to a tropical island. They are staying in an estate that is basically a fortress. There's no way trespasses or the Paparazzi can get close to them. Sources close to tmz have reported that this will not be a short trip and. Is. A last ditch effort to save their marriage. I'm glad they're working on their marriage as you know, Cognac time twitter recently with the just a barrage of just crazy disrespectful tweets about his marriage about his mother-in-law. You know not cool. We really hope that this works out for them because you know I think you mentioned it yesterday Steve We hate to see people break up I mean seriously we really do. They have four children what Tommy. Fortress. Papa Razzi looking for you. I mean what was paying for these papa rat where are they getting all these flight tickets? Will you this stand outside and take a pill? Is the money that they get for the picture pitchers. Yeah they'll go. Own Money to try to get that million motion. Is a freelance. Yeah, you see these guys with tmz cameras, their freelance, they get the TMZ label they put it on their candidate freelance. Some cool dudes though some miss cool people I have a usually have a good relationship with someone. Really cool people. Too. Turn. Speaking of According to Forbes. Dot Com get their picture. You buy chicken wing. I. Let me tell you guys about this. has chosen a running mate. Okay. He has chosen Michelle tidball for VP of of the United States on his birthday party. So he'll run for president and she'll be vice-president Michele tidball I'm sure none of heard of her, but she's a self proclaimed biblical life coach Michelle Sophie claim what Biblical Life Coach Okay She's a fifty seven year
an Interview with Costume Designer Mona May
"Are Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common. Every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion podcasts where we explore the WHO when of why we wear, we are fashion, historians and your host April Kellyanne. Cassidy sacree so dress listeners, please accept this interruption to our regularly scheduled fashion history mystery, because we are bringing you a very special interview with the costume designer behind one of the most iconic fashion films of all time and April, as you know my personal, favorite clueless, which just this past Tuesday July nineteenth turned twenty five years old. And I have to say you guys. You all know someone who's very excited about this. Today we are joined by Mona, May, whose prolific career in film and television spans over three decades, clueless might be Mona's most famous film, but her work includes also rummy. Michele's high school reunion never been kissed a night at the Roxbury haunted mansion, and really the list just goes on and on. And April listeners please excuse me while I full on fan girl out because I mean I don't even know where to start, but my admiration and awe of Mona make goes back decades and is really threefold. I have seen clueless. Over one hundred times. At least an I can quote it from beginning to end I know there's a lot of people who were there with me, and then there's this added layer of me being costume designer myself. But also a fashion film lover I mean from Azzedine. Alaya to Calvin. Klein to that unforgettable yellow plaid suit clueless a fashion levers, dream and one that still resonates to this very day cast. You are not alone in your excitement for today's guests, so let's get to it Mona. Welcome dressed Mona. We are talking to you this week in celebration of the twenty fifth anniversary. Anniversary of one of the most iconic fashion flicks ever clueless, which debuted twenty five years ago this past Tuesday and which you, as a costume designer played such a central part. You and your work is currently getting so much well deserved attention. Yes, I'm really happy. I'm just you know. I'm just kind of flying high on all the kalisz diversity and you has been. I mean. My instagram is blowing up. which is so cool, you know it's funny because it's people are discovering ym in the weird way. God washrooms. Are you did that Enron Michelle and never been kissed and wedding singer? You know so like Sh-. The lavas pouring and it's so nice I mean the numbers are jumping up and it's just really great to you. Know we as cautioned designers, we are behind the scenes, and nobody really knows what our job really titles I think. It's kind of hard. You know what war goes into it in the preparation, and really all the creativity that has really come from Ma to create these characters from pages of the script they. They really just kind of very vaguely are described to us, and we really have to kind of be the psychologists kind of like a you know a detective to find out who they are deeply. You know their psychology were they went to. School may be no place in live there in right now and you know where they shop apartment they have you know once their journey right now in the film you know. Article to character to you know so. It's really a lot of lot of details that goes into. People don't really understand you know I think it's. It's one of a mysterious job in the way Oh. Yeah, absolutely so I. Mean You said you're making the rounds? You're all over vogue. You're all over instagram. People are are recreating favorite clueless moments. And I mean what does it feel like to have been part of a film that is still so much a part of pop culture even to this day after two decades it still so fresh and so relevant, and so loved is incredible I mean it's truly it's like A. One lifetime situation lighting that one can have that that something. Do you do out of love? You know because you don't set up to do the best session film of the universe but right. Thing, you know you, you I mean I. Am at fashion designer from training, and then I got into the question. Quebec doorway, and you know when I met amy on the pilot pilot and get picked up tablet. We creatively just connected so strongly. She loved it I was in Europe. I grew up in Europe. Seven different point of view fashion more European, and that's what the film needed. So when she wrote she called me, said the girl. I really want you to do this. To bring something so fresh and fashion forward something that's not on the street. Because of the time it was all grunge. She knows all everybody was wearing their. PLATIN- Baggy Pants, and was oh. Kurt Cobain Nirvana and of fashions in the street, so those nothing to go from everything had to be invented, not taken from the runways Paris Amina Milan share. Would the only probably daddy flew her there? She probably had the tickets in the on the day and was able to know things that she liked then everything had to be translated into the high school. Because you know amy is director of the night. I want this to be very useful, very. Very very sweet, very feminine. You know girly and that's kind of what we are changing from French fashion. Forward. Of course, it had to felt high school's head to sell their young girls because they had to feel pick, and I think part of the love for this film to the, even though they're a high fashion, and that is amazing of funded. As they felt authentic, the they really were beloved in the end that you knew who share was nearly the aunt was and out of. That feeling that emotional feeling thing, and that's why the film has lived so long because it's such emotional connection that people have to film you know with the fashion with kind of making you feel good. You know talking with a friend the other day like where does movies? We need more of those you know. The never been kissed. Michelle held to lose a guy in ten days. Almost fun movies. Movies that which none of watch and feel good, and it's okay, and it's a little bit of mystery and fun, and and Automo-. I miss those movies. You know I will miss those yeah,
"michele" Discussed on Murder Minute
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"michele" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Tell me what you did or I'm going to stop you, she said. Whatever Michelle replied, it wasn't good enough for Mary. She stomped her foot into the four year old girl's abdomen again. And again. And again? George later said that his sister's tiny body bounced on the floor like a rag doll. Later at the dinner table. Michelle vomited blood clots. Mary! told her to eat them. George urged his sister to do as their stepmother commanded. You know how she is. He warned his sister. You. Better do what she says. As Michelle tried to do as she was told. Their father returned. And told her mercifully to stop. The next day George and Michele, we're at a friend's house when Michelle complained that her legs were weak. She collapsed. and was taken to the hospital at Scott Air Force Base. Two days later on August eleventh nineteen, sixty one Michelle died of her injuries. When his sister didn't come home George, asked his father if Michelle had died. His father told him that she had. But despite clear evidence of extensive trauma and a military panel's ruling, that Michelle had been beaten to death. No investigation was conducted. Decades later, George who was now in his forties and serving prison sentence for rape. Began researching his family tree. And noticed his sister's death certificate. Fifteen years after her murder. Someone had listed Michelle's cause of death. As new MONJA. George wrote to the county coroner Rick Stone and explained what had really happened to his little sister. And that their stepmother. Mary had regularly abused them. His letter was brought to the attention of the authorities and nineteen ninety-six. Michelle's case was reopened. Their Father Billy Morgan decide the abuse and said that his son was lying to reduce his sentence. He claimed that he didn't remember how his daughter Michelle died. And that he never questioned his wife about it. There was no reason to go into detail or anything. He, said. She was gone. But, US Air Force records told a different story. In, the last year of her life Michelle had been treated for twenty separate injuries at the base hospital. Mary had claimed that Michelle suffered multiple injuries during numerous fainting episodes. Doctors became concerned that Michelle might have epilepsy. So the admitted the child to the hospital for a month to monitor symptoms. But Michelle suffered no fits during her stay. And according to hospital staff screamed and cried whenever her stepmother came to visit her. But, no one intervened. The autopsy performed at the time of Michele's death in nineteen, sixty one showed that the four year old had to healed rib fractures, a brain, hemorrhage and injuries to her leg and head, and that her cause of death was massive trauma to.
"michele" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Hundred thousand people taking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. Murder, minute listeners get ten percent off their first month at better help, dot com slash murder minute. Betty Broderick thought that she had the perfect life and the perfect marriage. Until one day in nineteen, eighty nine, it all came crashing down. The once traditional housewife murdered her ex husband and his new wife. From The Los Angeles Times comes a new true crime podcast. It was simple. The Betty Broderick murders. Hosted by. Winning writer and reporter Pat Morrison. If. You'RE A long-time murder. Minute Listener, you may remember bets. The San Diego Stepford. Wife, who took till death? Do US part quite literally. Benny Broderick became something of a hero to any woman who had invested decades into a marriage only to find herself replaced by younger model. Bets never got over it and thirty years later. Neither have we. Now, take a deep dive and here from new voices. From, the years surrounding the murderers who spotlight all the critical and controversial points, divorce, family, insanity, female powerlessness and wealth that still make this case stand out in contemporary American society. Every episode. We'll have you asking yourself. How would I react if my relationship split up like this? Is there anything that would drive me to murder. Join PAT in discovering why this thirty year old case still gets us today. After thirty years, five bullets to coffins and one California prison inmate, who's. Still not sorry. Why can't we look away? From, Betty Broderick. Every Binge, worthy episode of it was simple. The Betty Broderick Moore's is available now. So download it today from wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Welcome back to murder minute. On August ninth nineteen sixty one. Eight year, old George Morgan and his little sister, Michelle, who had just turned four were playing outside their rural home near Mus Gouda Illinois. Their Father Billy Morgan was in the military and was stationed at nearby Scott Air Force Base. Their new stepmother Mary Ray. Morgan met their father while he was in Scotland. Him and immigrated to Illinois the previous year in nineteen sixty. That Wednesday Little Michelle. Made a mistake. And her stepmother Mary. became enraged. Accusing her of lying about something that George would later describe as quote so trivial. That he couldn't remember what it was. Mary grabbed Michelle and dragged her to an outside Rinse Tub. Over and over again. She held Michelle's head under the. Then, she dragged the child inside the house. George watched through an open doorway as their stepmother forced his little sister to lay down.
The Distraction of Technology & How To Live In The Moment
"Olinda by Josie Michelle Davis of Josie. Michele Davis DOT COM. Hiking through the rain forest can be a magical thing. The lush greenery all around the far off sounds of bird. You've only ever seen in a zoo chatting with one another the light ray on your face, and the deep smell of Mossy rocks. Was Not so magical is getting stuck in a downpour under a lean to with a woman named Linda who insists on calling everyone. She's ever met and loudly talking to them about how her arthritis is putting a bit of a damper on her dating life. I don't mind rain for few minutes million and stood together under the lean to watching the rainfall with only the steady beats of drops falling around us. Love the sound of rain, probably because I'm fairly privileged, Weicker, whose only really bad experiences with rain were when it put a bit of a damper on our families day at Epcot and I had to buy children's large sweatpants because my jeans got soaked through seriously, though why does it always rain on Epcot Day I mostly fine rainstorms charming in even calming, and was perfectly happy to stand with. My husband's arms wrapped around me watching the rain until it slowed. And then Linda came I'll standing on the edge of the lean to looking down the hill, when a middle aged woman came towards me, waving frantically and yelling. I found. You is still attempted to hide behind frank, which doesn't work so well since I'm a nearly six foot tall shreve ago, the woman quickly realized that me and my husband were not the date that she had lost on the mountain, but decided it was best to hang out with US under the shelter, anyway. I did what I always do. Awkward social situations an promptly pretended I'm deaf mute and have no way of communicating with other humans so I might as well just face the opposite direction and watch the rain. Some are and hope you don't insist on talking to me. Linda was not hindered by us, not budding up to her, though even though we were thousands of feet up the side of a mountain, she somehow had the teeny tiniest bit of reception on her cell phone, which made it possible for her to voice to text. Leave rambling voicemails and call everyone she's ever met. We heard all about her date that presumably had abandoned her and left her for dead in a Puerto Rican rainforest. We heard about how she was aggressively trying to get a CO worker to spend more time with her. Despite this woman spurring her advances, her words by the way, and we heard her lament about how tough dating is when you have arthritis in your hands. It was awkward to say the least after five minutes that felt more like an hour. We decided to venture into the pouring rain and hike as swiftly as we could down the mountain in fear that Linda might catch up to us, and we would be forced to listen to more phone calls and dictated text messages. I couldn't help but think how incredible it is that you would hike through the rainforest in still be unable to put your phone down and enjoy what's around you, but if I'm totally honest with myself, I do that, too sure. I don't make phone calls unless absolutely necessary. Why can't doctors just text you anyway? And I certainly am not going to voice to text in public when my hands are perfectly free. I mean come on guys. Why even bother texting at that point, but I'm sure way more often than I realize I'm standing somewhere amazing and beautiful. Too Busy scrolling through Instagram to even notice. I'm not someone who thinks technology is evil, quite the opposite in fact I have no desire to get rid of my iphone or live in some remote cabin without Internet I think all of that stuff is awesome. Actually I believe instagram has truly pushed me creatively. I love that I can check out an e book or Audio Book for my library and read it right on my phone. Heck without the Internet and aim I wouldn't have had half my boyfriend's. The real question is am I able to disconnect when real life calls am I able to put down my phone and enjoy the sound of rain in the actual rainforest when his right there in front of me. I really hope so, but maybe Linda was there to remind me to pay attention and not miss out on what's happening. So thanks Linda I really. We'll try to be more present this year, and also we'll try my best to avoid arthritis by whatever means necessary.
"michele" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"And how you <Speech_Male> find on <Speech_Male> so it's fun <Speech_Male> okay. Michelle where can people <Speech_Male> keep up with? More <Speech_Male> of what? You're doing <Speech_Male> wine Wednesday. <Silence> Everything <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> instagram <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> On twitter <Speech_Music_Female> as <Speech_Music_Female> pets and <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I play <SpeakerChange> a bunch of games <Speech_Female> everywhere so hopefully <Speech_Female> stay tuned <Silence> big. Gamer. <Speech_Music_Female> I ran <Speech_Music_Female> an adjustment <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> that means <Speech_Female> but people catch may <Speech_Male> needed one so <Speech_Male> August. Do on twitch. <Speech_Male> I'm <Speech_Male> not sure I don't <Speech_Female> really <SpeakerChange> know. Games <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> yeah you can play. <Speech_Music_Female> Where <Speech_Music_Female> did you do things? <Speech_Music_Male> Lert CETERA. <Speech_Female> Snow we'll <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Gamer. <Speech_Music_Female> And <Speech_Music_Female> even if I <Speech_Music_Female> stuck it <Speech_Music_Female> so hopefully <Speech_Female> I will be venturing <Speech_Music_Female> into something <Speech_Music_Female> along <Speech_Music_Female> those lines as <Speech_Female> well so hopefully <SpeakerChange> we can play <Speech_Male> secret him. <Speech_Male> Why had <Speech_Male> the best time going to <Speech_Male> play the game the <Speech_Male> other day on? Pg's twitch <Speech_Male> stream so <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> we were together. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Yes it's very <Speech_Male> fun to be on the same <Speech_Male> side and now <Speech_Male> I know what it's like for <Speech_Male> you to like <Speech_Male> get to know <Speech_Male> you know everything <Speech_Male> and <SpeakerChange> then people don't <Speech_Male> believe you as I'm <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> happy you <Speech_Music_Male> feel. <Speech_Male> Can you help me <Speech_Male> try? <Speech_Male> Try <Speech_Male> Michelle thank <Speech_Male> you so much <SpeakerChange> for <Speech_Male> for all the time. This <Speech_Male> great to catch up <Speech_Male> out <Speech_Male> the best already. <Speech_Telephony_Male> How about <Speech_Male> that? The Great <Speech_Male> Michele Fitzgerald <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> really. I can't get over <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> amber <Speech_Male> personality <Speech_Male> clone <Speech_Male> profile that <Speech_Male> I just. I didn't have <Speech_Male> the same scouting <Speech_Male> report. <Speech_Male> If anything <Speech_Male> like she's probably <Speech_Male> closer to <Speech_Male> the winner of <Speech_Male> my season <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> Jena Maresca more <Speech_Male> than amber. <Speech_Male> But what do I know? I don't <Speech_Male> have the <Speech_Male> background in psychology. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Anyway <hes> <Speech_Male> really fun to catch up <Speech_Male> with them. Shell hope we can do <Speech_Male> more stuff with her <Speech_Male> in the future. <Speech_Male> Thank you again <Speech_Male> for listening to <Speech_Male> this. Latest <Speech_Male> interview. <Speech_Male> That we've God <Speech_Male> I survivor forty <Speech_Male> next <Speech_Male> one. It looks like <Speech_Male> we're GonNa get is <Speech_Male> Sophie. <Speech_Male> Helped to <Speech_Male> have that for you this <Speech_Male> weekend. Plus everything <Speech_Male> that we're doing around <Speech_Male> the twenty year <Speech_Male> anniversary of <Speech_Male> survivor coming up <Speech_Male> this weekend. <Speech_Male>
"michele" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"You know and I believe it will happen one day I really do. I really believe it'll all. Come out in. The truth always wins so. You know and I believe that I. we have gotten so much. Push back. I mean so much I mean not just from the police The detectives from the family, but these these people. who were involved in helping close tanner's case? We've gotten so much pushback so much illegal and unethical things that they've done, and you know what I've always said is people that have to work that hard? To to prove the point is really hiding something. Yes because you don't see me yours and things like that. Goddess and fake charges, and this and that and you know come on folk at the end of the day. It's all going to end up in a court of law and I'M GONNA. Make sure it does and anybody and everybody's going to be called in you. Had you had your opinion in my son's case? Okay, so we're going to let you get on the stand and give your opinion. What do you think happened? Tell us how you got this out of his cell phone. Tell us how this happened. Tell us how that happened. Let us know and and I'M GONNA. Make sure every everybody's going to be exposed. Everybody's GONNA be everybody's GonNa, have their day to shine in court and we'll make sure of it. I love that I love. and. Of course you know, we want to follow that journey and everything that we can so What are your social media handles that people can find you and sure out everything. Okay I am Tim Voice on twitter. my twitter handle is at justice, the number four ten or so. That's at Justice Tanner. I have my facebook. It's Tanner's facebook. It's Tanner's voice without an Apache Paci crease was just tanner's voice, and that's listed on my twitter and it's my pinned. Pinned on little coast there and then it's up in the bio. And then I have my my instagram which I. Really Don't do a lot on i. just kind of put stuff I. You know. I don't really do much on there, but I have a lot on there, but not like you know I don't really go, 'cause you guys are really good at this I've seen. You are good at this I'm like. This G do this. I've got to learn how to do this instagram. Thing I see how good you are in a Mike. The same. I'm like Hashtag new thanks to a picture and you've got this long thing. I'm like I. Am you know bow down the US, impressed girl. Oh, but yeah I try! It's not that great, but it's T. L. be lower cap. He Lb tw-, Twenty Twenty and Michele Burton with an one l. m.. I C. H. E.. L. E. barten-. Bart O N so. And then like I said before I'm Tom. Don't I I have one? The I'm learning I. DON'T UNDERSTAND IT I have I'm embarrassed by what's on it I. put one little video like yeah. My I'm warning that it looks fun. But like I've said before I don't want my face out there. Other you hear my voice, not my face. So. We can prevent. Jesus okay, so that's the Celtics. Oh, she talented. So So. Bear with me all I'm learning and I'm learning a not great at Sha media because I have to do it off of this little cheapie phone..
"michele" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"That's. No? It's not because marijuana. That's just 'cause. That's what they test when you go for any drug screen for any job. Marijuana's the main one. They really look for I. Mean They Look for Marijuana? It's in there and it showed negative so. We knew that it that that this was all fake of somebody planted this. It was obvious. so you know we asked them and I we my husband and I said we want to give. This was in two thousand seventeen. We wanted to give them our DNA. And because he didn't believe that this was tanner samples, we didn't believe now let's just they got rid of ten samples back in one year after we begged them and begged them after I spoke with this owner of a clinic that came to me I went to the sheriff I went to ever bicep. Please please test for Ketamine. Oh, it would show up as an anesthesia. We trust our labs really well now I'm looking back at all these papers. You shouldn't trust anybody but they would not test for it even after we had people come in after you have somebody who was there and the the. Veterinarian lawyered up that morning. He lawyered up that morning. Not only did he not wear up or not. Only did he lawyer up? There were kids. That didn't live at that house. WHOSE FAMILY PARENTS LAWYER DIM UP? Ten died peacefully of a heart attack or heart Arrhythmia. Why is everybody lawyering up? Yeah, y'all have nothing to worry about than. Hand a reason to that and my no. My opinion, too. I mean. M, where's this urine test? I mean. Where did they get urine I? Mean it states several times they could not get your and then the new corner said. Well the urine drug screen is dated four, twenty, three, two, thousand, seventeen Emma's yeah. Now you hear that date two, thousand seventeen and yeah, okay. What did what did you get two thousand seventeen, or is it a Typo or you know doesn't make sense these people and he says and evidently obtained during autopsy procedure and sent to the hospital lab by the pacifist however. This was not noted in his or the coroners notes corner report. But yet so gently. Okay, this is. Evidently is too great for me. Sir You have to have it was the wasn't. Yeah! You don't say a urine screen is dated and was evidently obtained. No, you tell me if it was wasn't. Because you're people are saying there's no urine and it doesn't matter if it was obtained during there during that time. That's negative.
"michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad
"Yeah it's like to be more close to the nature. I think we're different. You go to the bathroom in a restaurant and you can see yourself in the mirror cat. So I imagine myself in all different bodies to and it's usually the world that reminds me because people say look there's a little woman I'm like. Oh you are such a recall thank you. You're it's so true you know you. It's such the the proof that word it's mysterious and fascinating but not because you are exotic but because it the reason one we are all different. Yep We are and the idea that we are all different. Make the word so unbelievable. Ma makes it curious unexciting. I have loved speaking with you. Thank you so much for embracing your nervousness and being so kind and sending across from me I have learnt so much and I am so grateful for your time and for sharing your energy and your ideas. Thank you sinead allow you so much in the hate my English. My favorite part of this conversation was the emphasis on curiosity and conscience. I think when we talk about leadership so often. The DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP IS QUITE ARCHAIC. Maybe even aggressive and a bit. Masculine analysis under has a really important overwhelming role is required to be both public and private and and artists all similtaneously but actually listening to him talking about the Hollywood kindness. And it's essential for what he does and the importance of curiosity and asking. Why and being curious about the world around. You really encouraged me to do better with that in and of myself make sure you join us for next week's episode. We have something really special planned and I'd like to admit that I won't be getting emotional. Well we'd be that's unlucky. This week's person you should know is the wonderful. Eleanor Welsh. Eleanor is an actor here based in Ireland who has autism and that's not entirely relevant except I was first exposed to Eleanor's work when I saw her on stage in Ireland's Abbey's theatre on a play written by Anna both autism and autistic people. It was transformative and during this pandemic. I've had some really lovely opportunities and one of them is to write a ten minute play. It's called these four walls and it goes out tonight on Youtube for the Abbey Theatre and this about the importance of education and teachers and eleanor plays the lead role. So even if you don't watch that play you should become familiar with illness work because she's really extraordinary as me a production of lemonade media. Claire Jones is our assistant producer and Ivan. Corey of is our editor and Jessica Cordova Kramer and Stephanie. Whittles WAX are executive producers..
"michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad
"What's been your happiest day? One day that really fouled something special in my life. Was when my my second nephew pietro. I love boat. I mean they are beautiful but I. I did that have the chance because a Whiz in London in London I did. I didn't have time to come back and Matt Him. The very first day of his life and I adore him but the Secon- when he came out of was the beginning of my holidays and always in in Tuscany and was during the night. I mean. Receive this call and someone told me you have another. Nisha his His here and when you want here and I completely you know escape and runaway in Rome kilometers and kilometers with my car. And I'd ride on Berina. There is an island in the middle of terror. There is like a medical place. Because it's such mythological you know Rahman piece of Brahmin Easter so and the reason hospital and my sister was data and so I saw him. That was already you know. He came out just a few hours ago and there was a beautiful lie that came in the room and was spring. This little human being in my arms I what was life. I felt myself in my hands. I said maybe you've been like him a long time ago and I was like. That's a real mystery. I can't believe that something like this can happen. He was looking at me. Maybe maybe no. Because he couldn't that I had like for me baby me looking at me and I felt happy because I felt myself. I mean my dad and my mom they gone they were not anymore with me but it was like the end of a lesson. You know that may be they. Were you know this little keyed because life is mysterious and the energy of the Earth is going on and going on and it's beautiful as we said earlier this is a podcast and they're just listening to our voices. But what is it like to live in your body? Not Easy sometimes is not easy. You know because the days where I I I don't like myself and I did then like myself now in the last few years like three or four years. I'm longing me so much. It's like that I can see in front of the Mirror on that I'm getting old and my phases changing. I'm usually call myself with a friend of my from Los Angeles the beaver. It's like way to say that I'm changing and I'm getting maybe less beautiful but when I look at me I can see a much better person and was not easy. This body displays at the very beginning of my life. You know because I felt like that people can recognize. That was something not regular in me. It's every time I was there was a part of me. You know that going through people for example in the school a school when I was working at the end of the license and it was coming out of the classroom and there was a huge quantity of people he was like maybe they are looking at the very bad me and was also but my body you know because the body it's such a crazy you know representation of yourself you know it's like they don't know how I am. You know what I was so afraid that they did have the chance to talk with me. And now it's more that I found a way to deal with the other Allah and we feel much better and we are loving each other. What was the moment that changed you three or four years ago when I had the courage to show all of myself when I said to let it be? How did that moment come about being really sincere? In a way that the power came from the other people. I found the power because people really lost me. That's was the moment I remember. When I started to work and the Sudan. Everything was going on twitter and people were in a way appreciate in me. I felt you know myself better and better and I try I. I mean I said maybe I can give up. You know in the way. Take off the mask. I think that it's important that people try to really get into your mind and try to understand you and your reason people find the time to really be in touch with you appreciate you. You know. It's so important you know because we'll be someone that will help you. It's a mutual thing. Exactly I fell in love with fashion for that reason because when I would walk down the street people would look at my body and they would be crew or they would be kind an. I didn't choose to live in this body but I am very proud and I love my body now and like you. It has taken me some time to get there and for me. I think that's why I love fashion because fashion is not a mosque for me. But it's a way to reveal the most sincere me to the world because if I can wear a blue silk gown in the biggest business conference in the world that will tell you that. I am courageous that I don't give up that. I am feminine that I am strong and I wonder how you see your role here at Gucci in doing that for other people. It's something very you know natural for me because I am one of these people. Those people I feel in the audience I feel myself in the audience. It's about my life. I had to say that when I started. I didn't feel the pressure that I had to do something fashionable. I thought a fashionably goal was to be sincere. You know and I did that. Have other chance to say other things. Because it's I mean I just something in my mind so I'm very happy if other people are finding something in what I'm saying and I are feeling you know connected with the freedom also when I'm working there is always a problem with someone because it means that I'm not acting. I'm doing something you know in the right way because I'm trying to say the through and I'm opening kind of our conversation you know and I feel really good when I can express something that belongs to me but also belongs to other people and When you're working you are nothing. Taking ABOUT MANNY. When you're working you're not thinking that you are building. Your popularity is just A. You're doing what you are thinking and what you believe. Not Easy Nike Row. Likes and this kind of things where people are trying to find. You know I kind of you know a reason to exist. I think that it's pretty crazy. You know it's That is something that is going wrong when you get older and older and older when the full circle of life is approaching its end. What do you to have achieved? I just hope that things that I've done they will like I was saying like seeds grow something in other people. I hope that I have been authentic and someone Joe. Maybe to one person to ten FI. If I don't know when Andrew Amelean they changed something in their brain. I want to do big things. I WanNa do small little things you know in people. I hope that I will. You know look back and my you know what I've done will be nothing to regret because there is another things that I don't really like you know to regret it. It means that you didn't have time and and you didn't have the courage to do something in the right way because if you do something that you really believe you will not have regrets. Sometimes I imagine myself in million other bodies. I don't know why I mean if I go in front of the Mirror. I forgot how I am. I'm not usually look at me. So what you sometimes thank. You look like it's part of meter tried to dream about you. Know all the physical act to walk and to be a street. That's why I imagine me like if I have not a regular body is just a machine that holding my brain you know what I mean. Yeah it's so strange and when I go maybe I'm in a restaurant I go in the toilet and look at me. Oh my gosh. She's just you know it's it's so fun to look at the mirror because it's it's so clear that I care about I don't care you know because he's is like that. I'm not finding a way to be really good looking. I can cut my hair I can. You know shape my bare but it's like that I want to be comfortable with myself. I feel myself like a plant. You know so that's why I lead the my head girl..
"michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad
"michele" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad
"This week's episode of as me with Sinead. I'm sitting across from a person who in many ways changed my life. I got to meet for the first time in February this year and they are the kind of person who went in their presence. The risen aura of such kindness creativity and curiosity around them. And since then I've been very blessed for a friendship to blossom and to grow and to learn so much about who they are as a person so when this podcast came about I emailed him and said will you please talk to me about who you are and with the generosity that he is known for he said yes and not only did he say yes but he said Yes to doing this two days after his presentation on his show. Milan fashion week. I'm sitting across from Alexandra mckelway creative director and genius at Gucci. And we are in his office here in Milan which you're not privy or fortunate to see but we are surrounded by nature with the most beautiful murals on the wall as under. This is such a gift. Thank you so much for speaking with me thank you. I'm so happy to be here with you and thank you for your presentation. Such amazing either. They know if he was talking about me. I'm so happy. Unite BEING WITH. You is such an honor because for the very first time that we met. I understood that you was so special at time to spend with you also for a nice charter. It's a gift I saw a thank you again. It's beautiful you know people. Nobody has time to. You know to spend time to chat and to share things so I quite like the idea of the postcard that it's I think that they are getting really popular with young generation. And I love it because it's like that. We are getting back in the past when my grandmother was usually you know listen all day the radio and the beautiful conversation invoices you know. There are such a powerful. You know element of human beans device so I think that he like Eso Brillian. Did you immediately on this time? That a just a voice is so powerful so and for me one of the most powerful parts about this. Is that the people listening to us. As you said. Have no idea what we look like. They have no idea what kind of room we're in they. Just get to know us and what we think and what we believe and my first question is. How do you describe yourself? Both you as Allesandro is a person and you is the creative director at Gucci much. Easier Alexander as a person. Because I can't see the other one nine. I'm just in touch with Alexandra the guy. I'm not so good to describe myself the only thing that I can say that it's I'm that kind of a Happy Person. I mean I'm really love with my life. I have a big passion few more than one. My first passion it's unanimity. I love to be alive and fashion is just one you know language that make me feel alive. I really work hard in my life to be what I am am not talking about my position because my position. It's just beautiful because I have the power to use. My creativity does the power that I have and to share with everybody my creativity my vision. That's the only thing that I can say about my job. I made in such a heart and you know not easy job because if you want to work as a person and not as A character of fashion. It's complicated you know because it's like I'm usually say it's like every day be weedy or Tara priest so it's like a therapy that dozen finished never. It's it's unbelievable. I'm just a person you know. It's such a beautiful sensation to feel yourself like a person on the earth and if we were talking to the people who know you best how would you like them to describe you allesandro? The person honestly my closest friend maybe they would say a quite like to go out for a nice dinner with me because they have fun. I think that they love me like I love them. It's a moot to our love. You know every single person there is a friend of mine they understand that I have a personal conversation with each of them so I try to be reeling them in life. You know in a very sincere way. So they really feel me. I tried to be you know both things. A deep friend that tried to understand you and At the same time I tried to to make your life easier again. That's it also with dinner. Nice breakfast and being there for somebody. Nobody simple way you know. I think that the understood that my friendship is something simple. Clear Transparent Harissa. Yeah but maybe I think yes. It's it's you know being authentic. It's so powerful. And what were you like when you were younger? Were you? Were in school where you always creative and sure of your voice. I think that it was almost the same person exactly the same that I am now. We had the beers. No No. No I don't care so much about the way I look. Sometimes I just care that I wanna be sure to feel with the right things that make me feel good but I really care about my name. My little boy. There is still living inside of me. I didn't that always. The same was a nice boy. Happy by cool us. You know I wanted to change my life. I wanted to change the life of everybody I was. I was a delicate boy. Really strong you know with a crazy idea in his mind. I enjoyed so much. You know to be alive like now so I didn't stop from the very beginning of the morning until I was going to sleep just like crazy alive so I was changing my head. Amelia on time. The first time that it shouldn't to color my hair was like twelve. No no longer with shorts and I remember that they came out from the rest of my family and my mom was like. I can't believe tomorrow going school. But they were so open. You know because they understood that they were all signs of my energy because I was a good guy at school but I was such a crazy guy because I went to school in million different. Look crazy I didn't care you know I didn't care about the seasons I didn't care about you. Know the idea that a coup. I mean crazy to go so young at school with that. Look so I think it's interesting that you describe yourself as a delegate for the very strong Roy and as you know my background is in teaching and I'm often curious because often those children who are both delicate and strong school sometimes not easy for them because whilst they don't care what they look like other people care and maybe not in positive ways nights not easy because if you are different. I felt myself really different. Maybe I didn't know about the idea that I was. You know a gay guy. I didn't know I was too young. I didn't understand really. Did I understood that I was different in different ways but was not easy because at that time you know didn't exist the the word by saying Italian bully Dr Bullish didn't exist tanks Now there is a new word that can you know how people to survive because it was not easy to survive? I mean I met a lot of Nice people and the other fifty percent was kind of terrible. You know little kids and obviously I mean. The blame was up the family. You know it's the word now. Thanks God is changing and Families are they are more open. They tried to teach two. Oldest keats always important. You know to respect every human being hard bevy high still very hard I think but it's beautiful. I was talking with my nephew shoe days ago chatting by phone asking about the very beginning of this call. He changed because he moved from the little village outside Rome in Rome in the center of the city. So he's in a new school and he was like. Oh I'm so happy because I have a new friend and I said Oh who he. Who is him and And he said is such a nice guy and Blah Blah so I was asking about more and more and at the end. He's had the is a he's nice he's a Nice Asian guy. I mean I was asking exactly you know which area of Asia. He didn't know you know he just said it. He's Asian I loved. You know the word Asian and I love the idea that he didn't specify because at the end it was more me you know that I want to get into the description of the guy. He was more you know about. You know how is was nice. You know. And that's what I like. It's so interesting that has people when we talk about language you said language can be ready powerful and can help give us independence and can help make us feel more comfortable but it can also be hurtful. You said that when you were younger you didn't have the language.
"michele" Discussed on Channel 955
"Let's see you ready to michelle am i c h e l l e and you my address what's what's michele's last name verse the same issue okay and i have that spelling and you also get a free card with the flowers what do you want the card to michelle say i hope we can spend more time together as a missing you michelle hold on one second let me just real quick just tell you ryan this is mojo in the morning and we were doing war of the roses and michelle just wanted to see if you would send flowers to her and i'm sure she's pretty happy matter of fact you could tell that she's pretty happy what are you doing i'm so happy i missed you an issue too let let why don't we try to help you with this one and why michelle has you on right now with us yeah.
"michele" Discussed on Channel 955
"Yes that's it let's see you ready to michelle okay am i c h e l l e and you might address what's what's michele's last name verse the same issue okay and i have that and you also get a free card with the flowers what do you want the car to michelle to say i hope we can spend more time together missing you michelle hold on one second let me just real quick just tell you ryan this is mojo in the morning and we were doing war of the roses and michelle just wanted to see if you'd send flowers to her and i'm sure she's pretty happy matter of fact you could tell that she's pretty happy what are you doing i'm so happy i missed you issue too let let let why don't we try to help you with this one in why michelle has you on right now with us.