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"michelle harrison" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"Here, Jill? I'm not entirely sure, but I'm very excited that we are here. It's a pinch me moment. And you know, we have a different format for today because I'm here at the dear media headquarters in LA and sitting right beside me is our wonderful producer, Michelle Harrison, hey Michelle. Hi ladies. Thank you for having me today. I'm so excited to have you as our me too. Guest co host. I know. And have you ever done this before on any of the shows you produce a dear media? You know a couple times a couple times, but I'm really excited to talk beauty. Yay. Okay, awesome. And of course, Carolina is here too, you guys just heard her. Carlin's face is on a giant monitor. She's dialing in remotely. But looking great her hair fly, she just got a new haircut, guys, our new color, something's different. Cute. Yeah. Callie blond this time. I was inspired. Love it. Okay, so for today's episode, we're taking a bit of a beat. We're taking a minute to reflect on our 200 episodes. And, you know, we're going to take a look back at some of our most juicy moments and there's been so many along the way we were sort of like diving into our archives, figuring out what we were going to talk about today, what we were going to bring to you guys. And we're 200 episodes in and I believe, at least 4 million downloads at this point close to it. Definitely. No, and I can't believe how we started. We were taking GarageBand audio editing lessons in like an Apple store, that seems like ages ago now and recording in a public library. I mean, we toiled over during like a narrative format. So, you know, we've evolved. We've come a long way. Yeah, and on the upside, we do know how to edit our own audio now. If it ever comes to that, but Michelle, please don't go anywhere. Every decide to leave you. Please don't. Please don't I can not go back to the public library. You know, but in all seriousness, I think we can look back with so much gratitude. I have so much gratitude for you, carlene, and all of the work that we do together and I don't know how solo podcast host do it. And guys, I'm drinking a Caesar to celebrate the 200. Do you know what is Caesar is Michelle? No, what is the Caesar? It's basically a better Bloody Mary. Okay. Yeah. It's made with clamato juice. It's very Canadian. Is that the big difference? It's Komodo. What is tomato juice? But it makes it damn good. Hashtag officially damn good. Yeah, she's drinking of a fancy crystal glass. This is your type of this is the type of drink you would drink at brunch for sure. And thanks so much to Michelle, not only for sitting in today, but you just hold us down every single week. You're the best. And we put up with all of our nig little edits every week and we know you guys make appreciate you. You know, and most importantly, we also want to show out our breaking beauty fam, our listeners who are so well, sending us DMs, tuning in from all over the world every single week and they really make it all worth it. All the warm fuzzies. We truly couldn't have imagined reaching this milestone and this many people and it's our honor to connect about our love of beauty every single week. So today we're recapping some of our top juiciest moments from the past 200 episodes from our most emotional moment doing interviews to our laugh out loud moments and more. Yeah, and if you're wondering about that interview, you know the one. If you know you know, we're gonna be talking about that interview for the first time ever. So be sure you stay tuned for the whole episode. And so this is kind of like a reaction episode so what we're going to do is we're going to play some clips and then we're going to talk through what we were feeling and thinking in the moment and maybe why it was important to us and why I did stand out. And so here we go without further ado here our top juiciest moments from breaking beauty the last 200 episodes. While.
"michelle harrison" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"Hey, beauty Friends, welcome back to our show and it's episode 199. How did we get here? Oh my God, we're almost at 200. Can you believe it? You would think. Stop stuttering and not knowing what we're about to talk about by now. It's hilarious. We actually have a very special episode 200 dropping next week, though. It's going to be a fun retrospective on the juiciest moments over the past 200 episodes. So you guys are not going to want to miss that. And it was actually really fun dusting off the old transcripts. Yeah, buckle up for that one. And we have a very special guest in studio with us. It's Michelle, Michelle Harrison. She's our producer and she's making a cameo in next week's episode. We're so happy to have her on the mic with us. She's been with us since episode like 79 or something. It was early 2019. I think it was actually episode round 100 because yeah, so she's been there day in and day out, basically, since for almost three years now. So we had to get her on the mic and help us uncover and unlock some of these memories that we had. I'd be curious when people tune in, you know, we picked some of our juiciest moments, but I don't know if maybe we left someone on the cutting room floor that other people remember for various reasons. So if you do happen to have one that we might have missed, would love to hear from you and our DMs and that's a breaking beauty podcast. On Instagram. And last week, we had pillow talk derm on the mic, busting some skin care scams. That was really fun. I've been a fan of doctor Shireen idris for so long and wanted to get her on the mic. If you guys haven't listened, go back and check that out. One of the scams that she talked about was the TikTok trend of sunscreen contouring. Spoiler alert, that's a hard no. And just a little later, we're going to be picking up where that sunscreen conversation left off with dermatologist doctor Katie bales ney with some fact based ways to properly create a protective skin care routine. And sunscreen season is not over everybody. You know, but let's get into some news and some headlines for Carlin. Well, Joel, you're the super sleuth. So why don't you tell me what have you clocked that maybe I missed? Well, I'm not sure if it's like that groundbreaking in terms of news, but definitely the fact that Ariana Grande's rem beauty is finally here, REM. And I believe that the products are en route to me to test. It's all makeup. And what was really interesting to me, carlene was, do you remember Amy o'dell, she used to write for the cut? She was like, really sharp minded fashion journalist kind of like the creme de la creme in New York, you know? Fixture. Well, she kind of does her own thing now and she has this really great newsletter that I subscribe to. It's a sub stack. We can link to it in our show notes. But basically she went on a whole rant, I guess you could say in her newsletter about how big media companies are just slaves to these large celebrity group Zoom interviews now, right? So back in the day, if you and I were going on a press trip with magazines, like we probably wouldn't have gone if we didn't get 5 minutes alone with the celebrity. Do you know what I mean? Yeah, yeah, for sure. Because why would I go in a group interview with you? And then we all have the same quotes and then it's nothing interesting at all. So you would at least fight for that. So basically Amy was saying that major magazines and major media players right now are just big slaves to the whole industry complex of celebrity beauty and especially these group interviews over Zoom and how headlines are people dot com. I zoomed with Ariana Grande and this is what I learned. Right, allure, and it's like every person every single media outlet basically has that headline. But they just are up against the wall because when they go into the interviews, not only do they not have time when I went with her, but they're told in advance. Don't ask about her marriage. Don't ask about the voice. Don't do this. Don't do that. You'll get your you'll just be like, ask out. Goodbye. Yeah. So we're back to that place where everyone's getting the same quotes. And nobody's getting original content, right? Well, yes, but the way that the PRs and the celebrities are framing it is like you're going to be on a Zoom with Ariana Grande and aren't you lucky. But Amy is just so sharp and she talks about having it. Yeah, and it's like the title of her newsletter was Ariana Grande zoom manipulation. And she just said, even if you were told to be like that questions were off limits about personal life. She gave examples of other types of questions they could have asked that were just more probing. Is it true that you only consent to being photographed from the left side of your face? Does being photographed from one side only affect how you do your makeup and can you show us with your Rembrandt? Somebody asked that? No, this is what she's saying they could have asked instead of all of these softball questions. Right. And then she just said, makeup lines can be really lucrative. Celebrity makeup lines can be really lucrative. Can you see yourself amassing a personal net worth of a $1 billion? Oh my gosh, I'm not pulling any punches on her newsletter anyway. No, absolutely. In terms of the makeup line, so I didn't get invited to the zoom party, guys. So I just looked at the makeup, I saw the pictures on a allure's website. And so everything looks like space like it was born in a spaceship. It's like these silver kind of very modest, yeah, kind of back to the 60s mod. And there's a lot of luminescence and stuff like it does not appeal to me. I'm just gonna say that. And I feel like when I know you're gonna kill me because I talk about rare beauty all the time. But when I put them side by side and I think about longevity is just like the rare beauty looks like a proper.
"michelle harrison" Discussed on This American Life
"But today's program was produced by brian. Reid alex bloomberg bencun sarcastic. Niki meek donovan. Charlie's apollo grab and semi ship in. Nancy updike senior producer. Today show julie snyder production. Help on today's rerun from dana chivas. Jp dukes catherine mondo mondo sto nelson are a sap pristine and mattamy research out today from michelle harrison julia beer research in spanish translation by any coryell music from damian grave from rob geddes and anthony roman original instrumental music in today's program by roger. Neil special thanks today to daniel alarcon and radio ambulante today in washington about this on our. Ah to the theriault. Chris and the route four drivers in juarez. Yuri we teddy string. And can jessica eden and eric black k. h. s. You also thanks to the fill at trinity college f the hist our website. This american life dot org you can stream archive over seventy episodes for absolutely free. These videos lists a favorite shows recommend for your car. Rides tons of other stuff there too again. This american life dot org. This american life is public radio stations by pr x the public radio. Exchange programs co-founder mistrial at t Staff had to stop inviting him to the kids birthday parties. He'd get so excited around the slip inside my heart's racing right now. My legs feel like running a mile. Like i just feel like let's go crazy. Let's go slide somewhere. Let's go slide on my belly. I'm ira glass back next week. More stories this american live matches sicker. Just sukuk time star search..
"michelle harrison" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I am very proud to be here for this lovely funeral slash eulogy that is going down between the city of Boston and the Emancipation Group. Hurry. Bullets started the petition to remove the statue, which he says is demeaning to black people. The Boston Our Commission agreed in June and the crane came in the cold to pluck the statue from its pedestal where it has stood since 18 79 when I was a kid going to, um, coming down here to go to Marciano's and be in the area with my family, and I would pass this statue and I would have a very simple question of why is that black man on his knees? Bullet says. Imagine if the 19th amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote was celebrated with the statue of Women kneeling before Woodrow Wilson and Park Square in Boston. Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's news Radio, California artist, is remaking a sculpture of Briana Taylor after the original was vandalized over the weekend. That original was installed in downtown Oakland just a few weeks ago. It honest Taylor, the black woman fatally shot by police in Kentucky earlier this year. Her death has sparked national protest calling for racial justice. Police are looking into the vandalism. The artist says the new statue will be much harder to destroy. A police officer in Columbus, Ohio, who killed a black man week ago has now been fired. Adam Koi was fired after disciplinary hearing for not giving aid to the man that he shot Aundre Hill died at a local hospital. The city issued a statement saying in part, Coy's actions do not live up to the oath of a Columbus police officer. We get more from CBS is Jericho. Duncan Hill also went more than six minutes without any aid after being shot. Ah, violation of departmental policy Hell, sister Michelle Harrison believed that he possibly could have been saved if they would have went and applied pressure. And the medics. George Floor was supposed to be the turning point where we saw these killers. Come down, according to records since the day after George Floyd's death back in May, more than 100 black people have been killed by the police. Coy remains under criminal investigation in Columbus for that shooting. Fora. Wait. We head off to Wall Street on this Tuesday. Andrew Oh Dae. Is that Bloomberg? No record set today, Andrew in the reason I know that is because none of the major indexes went up. Yeah, none dead for a while. They were going up. That was this morning. But Wall Street traders ultimately step back from yesterday's records today is hope for an increase to the $600 stimulus checks to $2000. Faded down, lost 68 points at the closing bell. NASDAQ Down 49 has to be 500 down eight stocking Boeing edged slightly higher as it's 7 37 Max returned to commercial service in the U. S. The American Airlines flight from Miami to New York, then back again is the first in the states for the Max following its grounding that lasted 21 months. Locked down. Smokers around the world are proving to be a boon for the Dominican Republic. Cigar and tobacco industry. Already the world's largest cigar producer, the Caribbean nation, is on track to export a record $1 billion worth of tobacco products this year. And you rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio at.
"michelle harrison" Discussed on WTOP
"Friday night to Saturday Saturday, maybe some early morning rain showers, But rain is out Good morning and then temperatures in the low sixties. 41 right now in Washington, Baltimore 40, Gaithersburg, 37. Quantico, 43. All right, Lauren, Thanks so much 10 51, Now in Washington. Ah Federal court has blocked he portions of President Trump's executive order that sought to ban certain types of training on diversity and inclusion. Federal news networks, Jared Sirbu has more as part of a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups. A judge in Northern California issued a nationwide injunction blocking the administration from enforcing the training ban on government contractors and grantees ruling. Also bars the administration from running a Labor Department hotline. It's set up to take reports of what the executive order calls divisive training. The injunction doesn't apply to federal agencies themselves, which have all but ceased their diversity and inclusion training in response to Trump's order. Jared Serve you federal news network. A Columbus, Ohio. Police officer who killed a black man a week ago has been fired. 47 year old Andre Hill died when Officer Adam Coy opened fire will also went more than six minutes without any aid after being shot. Ah violation of departmental policy. Well, sister, Michelle Harrison believes that he possibly could have been saved if they would've went and applied pressure and what the medics George floor was supposed to be the turning point where we saw these killings. Come down, according to records since the day after George Floyd's death back in May, more than 100 black people have been killed by the police, CBS News correspondent Jerica Duncan, the city issued a statement saying in part, Coy's actions do not live up to the oath of a Columbus police officer. Coy remains under criminal investigation for last week's shooting. It's 10 52 in Washington, Southwest Missouri, officials say Fire destroyed a grocery store. And a mosque that we're gathering spots for immigrants in the town of Noel. The fire was reported early Monday morning at the African grocery store and then adjacent mosque. McDonald County Emergency Management director Greg Sweden says a firefighter and a person inside the store were taken area hospitals. Sweden said the fire does not appear suspicious, but the investigation is ongoing. The town of 1800. McDonald County has a large immigrant population, most of whom work of the Tyson food chicken processing plant. It's been a less deadly year for endangered Florida Panthers At least, 20 Florida Panthers have died during this past year, but the number is on track to finish lower than the previous two years down from 27 last year. 30 and 2018 Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says people caused almost all of the Panther deaths this past year. One was killed by another Panther, a train hit Another wildlife officials say the panther population appears to be steady with 120 young ones and 230 adults living in the wild. Peter King's CBS News, Orlando 10 54. We'll check money news next next year's almost here time to turn over a new you perhaps trying something new and healthy for maybe trying to save some money. Why not do both wise market says Low prices on delicious high quality foods and reward points on everything you.
"michelle harrison" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"Some of which. We'll talk about here today. The tele play though the final product was written by johns and also enter. Christ berg directed by david nutter. Whose notable too a lot of x. files fans because he directed some of the more notable episodes of that wonderful series. And he's also kind of like the dc comics pilot guy for your dc tv shows. He also directed the smallville pilot and the arrow pilots so it made perfect sense. Well since the pilot turned out so well that the cw in berlanti his production company would would go right back and get david to do the flash pilot as well and i think it worked out. He's also directed a lot of notable. Episode of game of thrones on hbo. So if you see this where you've probably seen as work in you know. He's a great director. Absolutely i totally agree so cast in this version. Of course we have the great grant grespin. As the flash barry allen after his debut on to arrow episodes. And we'll talk about that. A little bit of a trivia kids patent is iris west carlos valdez a cisco ramon daniel baker as caitlin snow. And of course the latter two characters will become superheroes in their own right later on. Just not yet tom. Cavanagh plays quote unquote harrison wells. Which obviously he turns out to be something a little bit more than harrison. Well as it turns out. Just he'll barton. And debuts as joe west or as fans like to call him now these days papa joe because he's become one of the most beloved supporting characters on the show we had rick cause net efan. Who lasts for all of us season until he's written out the show because it seemed kind of like superfluous character. especially if. Hey they kind of want to start the barron. Iris love interest. It developed that into thing which thankfully they did. Guest cast the time we had well. Hey a guy. By the name of john wesley shipp. Maybe you've heard of him. He's the guy who kinda like our tweets here this past week. One thousand nine hundred flash pilot discussion. Ed he makes his debut. Here is henry allen which was a wonderful god That was done by berlin. I'm so glad. He reached out brought john. Wesley shifted being apparently a fan of the original. Flash show it. Recast has henry allen which is perfection because hey he's the father of the flash now. Stephen mel turns up as the arrow. You know we have to keep track because originally was the hood now is the arrow. It was season to the aero show. Michelle harrison plays nor alad chad rook plays clyde martin. Brother of mark martin. The weather wizard. Who kind of gets a little name. Check here only in this episode. Patrick saban we plays david. Sing the captain. The police captain al genzer plays fred childcare. Joe's former partner. Who ends up dead in this episode. And he's a character that john's created from the comics so he was something that was incorporated in this and We also got a very quick cameo. I believe of live aid. Chang is linda park before we get into the trivia. I want to get everybody's general thoughts on this twenty fourteen pilot version..
"michelle harrison" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Find out what happened did you did you stick to your plan about how you're going to ask how many times you're going to ask not that I need a lawyer well I landed out and I did it but well it didn't work like how many times did you did you try I have an almost every other day I'd say something to them hello look into quite the visits yeah every other day every third day got their Serbia yes every other day so that I wouldn't bother them if not I was going to annoy them she read the lines that she rehearsed but our kids have their own response ready they're reminded her that her visa was good for ten years that would be easier for her to visit them did you did you feel disappointed were you surprised by what they said yeah the inside it was the same time because I said to myself my god my kids are going to stay there so when I when it's my time to go what's going to happen they sat our lives are here now and let's not talk about that right now because we're happy and that will make a sad she says that's when she understood that their answer was definite unchangeable she stop bothering them about it she won the reunion to remain pleasant but the truth is there are moments when she became really sat like when her daughter was at work she was alone in the house she kept that feeling herself back in the nineties millions of Mexican parents watch their kids leave for the U. S. offer with just a backpack in an address the parents never imagined that the next trip to be theirs to make elderly moms and dads with tenure muses convinced whether kids that was their turn to cross border peace will be flying back to see her kids now I think it is a look at the whole case yeah Malina Malina they beat me she said I'm not going to say anything more about it and I can see is the Mexico bureau chief for The Washington Post his mom is you go on a date we do he's stay close to home but it was for this day by Sean Cole people put together today show include them at a loony on a Baker and the Newbery Susan burdens that we chased in each of us Andrea weapons Chris silo would be Dangerfield Deming grave Michelle Harrison when Jessica Matson hot making mixed Nelson Catherine Raymondo Gabby I'm and you know spend failing ninety Raymond was a ship those some of increased research Palomeque Tierney and Nancy Updike managing editors Diane will executive editor is David custom down special thanks today to doctor fail right wrong in a coal giant sex Anna Philip good and Bernadette Mayer our website this American life that or we can stream archive of nearly seven hundred episodes as it is videos and tons of other stuff there get our app which is all that stuff and.
"michelle harrison" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ News Radio ten thirty acres. Real quick, go to David to finish up. Then we get to Wayne and Wayne. I'm sorry, you've been at wholesale on winter. David. Hey, Dave, what were we talking about a little short term tonight from? Yeah. Yeah. Put your, your right palm over your right ear, and your love poem over your wealth here, and so your fingers touching the back of your head the base here, skull. Maybe half minute. Just two little drum roll kind of thing. it's a it's a rather done more than last long but if you get to get away from the buzzing your head okay i mean do a little finger tapping drum roll on your yeah at the base your skull yeah play a little white out on the back of your head that's yeah okay We'll sandy Nelson is a lot of listeners do have tonight is tentative either either way. Thank you. You know I had it years ago and took ginko and it worked, but I can't take Inc O now because of my high blood pressure also. Yeah. all right more one more thing here i don't know if i told you before but look up a little roger and the goosebumps okay and they do it saying basha it's this the music is still way to heaven and lyrics and melody to the from gilligan's island it's genius it's brilliant little roger goosebumps yeah okay stairway to have it in okay and one more no actually wayne's been on hold forever how do you how many cockroaches take screwing lightbulb educate give up we'll never know there you go all right thank you david now wayne's he's highway Bradley. Thanks for being a good. Thank you. Data cool guy like that. Yes, hello. To Brian to. Yeah. The Julius honor to work with a woman, I believe is father, bribes second cousin, I believe, well, wonder woman, and Kelly. If she's listening right now. Showed it to her. Okay. right so what's going on today to bed pretty well do you wanna take a shot at my little game here or i give you the an artist real name and you give me the star name all right i'll take a stab stab k. i this is this is going to have an open mind on this one edward ma honi edward mahoney his his first name do guess that last name sounds kind of like mahoney edward too long honi right Yeah. Heads hint. All right. If you listen to his on he might. Give you two tickets to paradise. Oh, eddie. Money, any money that was kind of any kind of easy kind of big. Began to all right. Here's one Laura. Niagara jiro. Niagara their star name. Sounds much like she's from the sixties folk, I believe. I can't remember anything she does because I, I didn't listen to her, Laura. To say it and you say over. You gotta have to that would I don't have any hits. It's just going to have to give you the answer, Laura Niro, or Nihro, narrow lower narrow. I don't know any ever saw. On ever there, unless you played with me. That's probably the way, I would know it now. i know you can't do that but that's cool right giving another shot just because you all the longtime Let's find something just right for you. Okay. Can't be to hide. Can't be too easy. Oh, this is a modern one. Actually, I'll give you this one Manfred Luebbe wits. he he had a band and the band was his name star name and manfred was part of it that's kind of the giveaway they're not too many bands with manfred in it Manford band Manfred, Luebbe, wits Manfred Mann. All right. Well this one. as you mentioned that early one two was on hold their question mark in the mysterious one of my favorite songs ninety six tears okay that's right there was a guy this is real name is star name as question mark yeah I remember standing on a forty five along there. That's why I took up on it. Rudy. 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Oh, gee. Martin. Leading here comes here comes. you know it was funny when you read that list the other night about the nineteen sixty three play with from w._b._z. i thought that was so cool and i recognized about eighty percent of those songs i knew them it's funny you mention that because this jeff klein that sent me those also sent he just sent me today that i can sixty four now if i can dig that up you will be blown away to see how the world changed in one year when we'll we'll do that i'll give you one more here before the break okay folks playing a game where i give you the real name of an artist and you tell me the Star name. Brian Warner, this is a modern artist kind of scary art kind of Goth artist. Was. Let's see, as beautiful people, beautiful people, a beautiful papal people now. Oh, good, Florida. 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"michelle harrison" Discussed on V103
"And it is a brisk fifty four degrees in downtown Chicago, joined on the line right now assessing mayor Lightfoot first week and office with political scientist. Bob Starks and we are entertaining your calls on this topic, and we're going to begin first with a good friend of our program, brother. Michael O'Connor brother, Mike nice to have you back there. And the question that I'm asking for the public to comment on is, how would you assess mayor Lightfoot first week in office? Good morning. Right. I was at the I was actually at the meeting and assessment during the chamber. People and it's best. Here's Caro in terms of she is one so far in terms of. Committee, standing resolution issue. She wants. What? She got her picks. Yes. She. Well, yeah, I expected to get. I didn't expect was awesome in Lopez complain about the Latin Latino participation, which I thought was ridiculous. In terms of number lack the lack of female chairmanships. Yeah. I thought that was crazy. But it is what it is. What I'm concerned about is anyone who would seek resignation. I mean look, she's the deal. Burch is an eighty five year old why entitled political gangster here in Chicago. This man is not going to prison just because. He's gonna take people with him. So I'm really concerned that anybody who says. So we wore a wire for two years day. Anybody that talks changes as owning in finance may be implicated in this stuff saw is soon in Sam Adams junior and Tom Durkin boats will be having a real increase in automated clients. Down to nineteen. Are we dealing with here? So concerned it's going to be a hot time in Chicago. Once again, I just hope that after mirror card one. Let me just say this. I hope that economically disadvantaged, and working class far progress, who are being placed moved off the land all over the city because the region casing with now, make sure that people like Brandon Reilly and Brian Hopkins, both all who was wearing like horse because they are to all the men who are most likely have had conversations with the person solely because state had most of the development here, struggle quite interesting. I look forward to healing Mola and seeing more. How would you rate on a scale of one to ten her first these executive branch leader? Yeah. No. I'll give her a eight mine. It's okay, not a because I'm looking at the difference between south and symbolism. And quite frankly, we ever had enough time to deal with either specifically concerns public safety issues because forty people were killed this weekend that key people. Yeah. Michael wouldn't you agree that she remains you bet? Hera Washington in the sole year. Let me. Order and. Of order is right. It's robertson. They will last day was somehow under the impression. Federal prosecutor e lawyer. How would you not know? Procedures and you're entering federal prosecutor that speaks to me of the ignorance of those individuals who I policy positions who clearly don't understand that a lawyer would know this. I mean only. She also, you know, I think that in in, you know, not to he too much praised, but she also was one of a partner with one of the world's biggest law firm. On, you know. Chance to to, you know, to interviewer at her law offices. They were spectacular when you walk in, you know, it's an and that's just. Look, there were a lot of people firm that law firm who built up hell, Washington, when he ran the first time those people to money behind him. Oh, took people ought to jail, because people are remanded size about what happened, we help Washington. But I got news for you, as somebody that, that was a staff of five in volunteer office before the primary, we call here, people were shot, you know. I mean, people were killed so clearly, you know, there was a lot of stuff that was on the line. And yeah, she reminds me so far in terms of the hill. Washington legacy sit-ups serves those people who were previously locked out who now have some power, but she still fight these all. Their power. They want to retain power. So I mean this is, you know, power not giving station offering to me free, and we gotta fight forward. And if you don't find what you have it. Comedy and you hear urban America in the back I live in the second ward, forty free thing. So. Northwestern Sunday morning. So I'm sorry. What were you saying? I just on a. To say that she has put meal and Austin in, in a particular spot that is they all year. Quieter than then they plan to be. Cherry often Anthony, Bill was, was outrageously mood. You know, here's the guard, I'm going to be rude. She's silent for eight years. Rahm emanuel. Disinvestment -duced investing on the software saw south west side, and only a couple of a couple of media medians to declare class, and they were basically solid. And now all of a sudden this woman, she went he was born in her executive order is not worth the papers. Yeah. Only reason why he should not be punished because he represents constituency. But I got news for you. I'm being pressure. I'll find it more of a coincidence, that after Burke, say FM stupid with the mayor he's indicted directly. I was feeling a lot of these are really looking over their shoulders because they know what they have done a not done it public policy. And, and they've had one of their own wear a wire two years. And if you listen to that press conference that she had the extraordinary thing that when she talked about the aspect of wiretapping, she said, look, you know, when you look at the charges at abroad, fourth in this indictment. The reality is, is because they were based on literal conversations. This isn't right. Racketeer's. This isn't a he said, she said thing, this is based on, you know, actual, you know, conversely, it's much to what happened with silver shovel if I'm not mistaken. Exactly. So there are couple of, but I'm gonna tell you something, it's all racketeering law. Cole Joe thing that a number of these all of which are my state and federal charges combined with it. If a person I care who this person is, if they have a pattern key word two or more of the incidence, where they have influenced or have used influenced to interfere in terms of, of, of statue based on some money they got. That's, that's the same charges that they got L Capone. Exactly. That's part of the Rico situation. A lot of people who are lobbyists, who are all the men who are people who clearly didn't know that they will earn now seeking legal advice. And that's my common. I'm on my way to today at one nineteen on one hundred sphere, Reverend doctor Derrick, where sounds good day. And thank you, moving on right now to brother hall, brother hall. How're you doing and have to pose the same question that I posed Mike? And that was if you were to rate either on a scale of one to ten or a grade scale, mayor Lightfoot first week in office, what figure or assessment, would you come up with? Welcome wanting to you. Favorite? Yeah. I believe Dr stocks decoration. Yes. Good to talk to you. Say, I would give her an eight actually down there to council. I talked to her on this station. We go on here. Moping minded reminds you. Out of Washington, actually I talk with her in the council. She was working floor. Let me tell you about her from what in my. Jesmyn, she's very strategic. She knows what she's doing. Actually, I would say that, if you don't have dementia, and he will have it. Keep Nestle with her. She's no Paul. And and, and what I'm saying that is that, that one of the reasons why we have to get behind this person to make sure that the dry bones full who had been locked out as, as brutal Connell to say it. But prior to me coming on the lockout, full important CDs moved down their doing their business. They wouldn't doing the people's business. Gossip they were doing the people's business. Then we wouldn't have the mayhem that we have in community. Market thing that to me that fight me when you see people wear, and, and, and seven drill in the family. Ars people man. Let me are people that have to do. To get bad because the locked out of his job profit. My own pushback with the wisdom, there is that like to see her in the tenure of superintendent, dancy, and why that is because I don't think that no one here in the city as superintendent can deal with the culture of the police. Spring. You feel as though the city needs to bring in somebody from outside is that which is suggesting the feds need to come in else. He didn't. You know, that's just the reality man. You know, when you look at these shootings, they're involved when you look at, at the stuff that's had out and am I favor of cold, the pound up to activity. Of course. Of course, we have to do more. The fact of the matter is that lasts is happening in community with that is wrong. We try to tackle that subject. In fact, and our next break when we have national urban league president Marc Morial coming on to talk about the state of black America. Well, I'm gonna fit back and listen to Mindy lafley say this. It was it was a strategic move on her part when she, we warded punish their enemies. But also a few folks who wasn't a part of for campaign, who were actually if you look at bad, Dow stock support Tony. Yeah. Did in my judgment his dead. Pat was. Wait a minute. If I knock out Tony more, Mikey. Pat was riding Dr stocks to speak to this. Yeah. Absolutely. So when she is, she a write in somebody like cat with a few others. Like Michelle Harrison up deck a ball and now she is in control now, not people like to hear this, but she sent me a ball. And I'm reminded of that Middle Eastern saying might even be African that says my enemy's enemy is my friend. Yeah. Yeah. Detective. Listen, that sounds good. A few quickly wanted to just comment on brother halls last statement there and. Hiring somebody like a pet Dow. Yeah. Well, first of all about the police higher pointing, yes, she said very clearly that she is going to watch the superintendent of police at for a period. And then at some point make a decision whether to keep him or not. So I think she's understand that because to have an about came to this point may not be the best Saint in. And in terms of Pat Dow, I think but hall is absolutely correct head. Them in, because they were start supported of Toni preckwinkle, but she's them, man, and giving them positions in the council that will. Loyalty to her and. I think that's a good thing. So verse to teach thing, she's a lady, and as far as corruption is concerned, having been in the federal Pasha cutest position. She understands all of the undercurrent of corruption in the city argue with her on that moving onto the phone lines. We have Carol calling from the south side. Carol you're on speaks. You come into question this morning. Yes, go on..
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"Raffle house, and it's four thirty nine and we're meeting Michelle Harrison now she's with the the builder it's aids aids aids. Could you pull your microphone there you go? Yeah. A little closer cat. Both got it. I can hear my. This is beautiful. This you guys have really really pleased with this. We're very pleased with the house and how it turned out. We had great support from the building community, and it was great to work with and branch with the designer, and we are pleased with how it turned out fast project together initially to to to get started on finish. We started in April, and we were finished with the house, December thirty first. A little bit early. And and that way, we could do some touches types and things like that. And to some extras, and they were ready to take over the first part of February with very seamless. So that's a quick house. Most people have done less than a year. Most of our most of our houses are built between eleven and fourteen months something like that. And it really tribute that to the subs. Have they many of them we've had for twenty years or so, and and they just work well with one another we just have this time line one finishes. The next one comes in his very seamless schedule. That's amazing a year. Do you do we normally complete about six houses? Favourite part of this house have something that stands out probably the little hideaway for the kids underneath the stairs. One of those when I was a kid I'd be in their reading or just dreaming. I mean that would've been wonderful to have about moving in that. And the master bathroom, standalone tab is absolutely beautiful. So h design builders have been here in this community for thirty plus years, right? Plus years. They started up in evergreen. And they've done houses all the way from summit County Down to Parker area where we're primarily building here in Montaigne. Now, we've got. I think we're we've got an eleventh lot under contract right now and really excited about this area. It's a it's a small little subdivision. The foothills feel is not going to be real crowded and his beautiful. Area. So Montaigne is the name of the neighborhood. The county we all affectionately call it. Montaigne 'em driving in and does easy access to see four seventy to eighty five. I seventy get to the mountains. Quickly get downtown to the to the stadium five tread rocks. There's a whole foods about ten minutes away. Feel like you're back here with the foxes and the dare do a really wonderful place in the foothills to Shannon, by the way. Around here. Sandwiches on the patio. Yeah. Probably not a good food outside. Sweep up later. He says bring it on. Yes. Beautiful beautiful home. You guys do great work. And it's great that this is going to such a good. 'cause we were when we were going to do this house. We were actually invited to go down toward the hospital. And it was a very interesting couple of hours, very emotional. I can't believe the research. They're doing really good work. And and so it's been a privilege to be a part of it really a lot of excitement because of what what the fundraiser is going. We do we know where the money's going. We we've gotten to meet some of the folks down there, and it's just nice to be supporting all the research that they're doing a great cause. To the final deadline is tonight. Get your tickets go to mighty millions raffled dot com. And thank you for stopping by. And hanging out with us and tell.
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"Six thirty. I'm Jennifer Keiper, WLS AM. Eight ninety news. Shocked shocked to find that this corruption Chicago gambling gambling to so thank you very much. Tell me who is the editorial page editor for your chicago-sun-times. And he used to have a show here on WLS many years ago when Hayes was still running the shop joins us now to talk about maybe the juiciest story in a long time where alderman soleus Warringah wire, and they were just shocked his colleagues in our city council were just shocked because I try to think that we're a family down here. I believe Tom that that was alderman Michelle Harrison not mistaken. Who said I I just gotta say, it's it's just it's heartening for me. And you went onto write as a family what family referring to are you talking about your city council family, which may be the most consistently crop collection of elected officials in the nation. Harsh to say but true since nineteen seventy two twenty nine aldermen have been convicted of crimes related to their official duties, and it does remind me a little bit of a sopranos episode of ongoing sopranos episode. Yeah. It does. It's very disappointing. You know, a guy worse a wire too. Uncover criminal activity, perhaps possibly love allegedly by another alderman, almanac Burke. And when the word gets around, our city hall reported goes around and says, what do you think about this and consistently a lot of these guys are good, folks? But consistently allowed these old members saying things like oh, man. I can't believe wore wire all demand. You don't do that, you know, family it, you know, and I frankly, the city my whole life and the idea that somehow that's the family and not the people who pay their salaries is family somehow. I miss the point there and every time I pick up. Sometimes I was telling my listeners yesterday that I was reading it at breakfast yesterday morning and France Spielman, and Tim Novak into already mentioned Mark Brown today. It's like one page you turn the next page. Here we go you turn the page again. It's just a just cascading stories about corruption. Edberg then we hear about Danny Sali's. Then we hear about the Chinese. Natural poor. He's dragged on Mike Madigan dre it massage parlours Viagra, and Oprah Winfrey. I mean, come on. Right, right. And you know, what your little frustrating for us as an editorial page is that we're in the process of deciding who to doors for alderman in various races there about thirty five contested race or something like that. And we're integrating all the candidates making decisions. And in some cases, more than a few cases. We will end up endorsing the people who may have said the kind of thing that I just think it's really depressing. This idea that you don't squeal this schoolyard mentality. And the reason John is nice because it's number one some of these people do good work despite that mentality. But the other thing is there's not enough competition the people to running against you just can't endorse in many cases. They're not good enough that question of saying, hey, this person's great, but what are the alternatives? So so not only do we have this sort of mentality in the city council, which is way too pervasive. You know of of covering up for people who commit crimes and whatnot. We also. Very typically get rid of people because there isn't enough competition. Among quality candidates for the power of incumbency is bad enough nationwide. But here in Chicago, these aldermen are. Compared to New York or compared to LA or Houston. Dallas pick the big city these guys. Wheeled extraordinary power this dramatic privilege. We should look into that. And how do you come down on term limits? And how they what? And how do you come down on term limits philosophically limits? You know, I we don't actually have a view in term Lowes. We've never said they should have them. But you know, you were talking to Mark ground earlier. He and I sometimes talk about this. You know, my views are changing, I'm getting much more sympathetic to the view of term limits. If that's what it takes in the past. We have now I have a lot of respect to the idea that the electoral process should decide things like that. I mean, I was a fan of FDR three or four terms right in. And I think it would have been unfortunate fortunate of right during World War Two or during the depression. FDR would have been term limited out. But that said, yeah, I I'm getting more sympathetic. There's no easy as here. How about alderman? Pro-coal Marino who has not been dragged into the story. We're talking about but previously with this automatic privilege that I was mentioning to you remember when he was telling the man that owned the building that housed the double door on the walkie avenue that if you don't cut these guys a new lease guess what's going to happen. Let me play this clip for you. You're.