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"millerton" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN
"See barbara millerton roberts or d. barbara jacqueline james barbara. Melissa say you're going to have barbara. Millicent robert y. Cassette is such an american name. I don't even know what the first middle name you said was. Okay yeah. I read an article years ago That made some reference to her full name and not the history and origins. But like i do let random things that say my but here you go said. I need multiple choice. All of the questions i know but i'm just saying for trivia i would never be able to just pull it out of yanner. I'm not doing that but if you give me multiple choice spend remember it You wanna hear the question that adam had for the my trivia close to one thousand men die every year in this odd way. One thousand men in the us are in the world in the world fallen off atv automatic. He's be automatic. Autobatterie battery auto erotic expectation accidental electrocution or choking on a hot dog. Gas is fixation numbers. You feel like a thousand is low. I feel like that's for walmart. I feel like that's your teeth. Are like razors. Are you doing it right now. Are you being auto erratically succeeded. Trying what's happening. No phrase in my lab. She's playing around and she keeps on nipping at my hand out bitch. Are you on a date. I think that the it. I think that that cause of death is probably widely under reported. Because people don't want to admit why there's a dude dead and their blushes today. Okay but here's a here's the thing is that one of the selections for that for your dog gives the grandma was that Okay wouldn't quit. What are the answers are as one of the multiple choice for that last Question was chomping on a hot dog. Yes okay. I found an article that was taken not pull put up but they did a study on different foods. Oh that takes so many minutes off. Take somebody thirty four minutes. It's a hot thirty five minutes for all hot dog. We what okay. So listen this. Yeah if you get if you eat a hot dog every time you eat a hot dog you lose thirty five minutes off your life. I should be dead already. This do that like the dude. That eats hotdogs at the co- at the cia. The fruit franks competition every year in july. Should be dead already. Yeah i was gonna say that. Can't be right because frank dude. I've fucking knocked out case gordon. Who wait what what is it is it. Franks is at frank's famous authors. Nathan's frame is hot. Franks hot dog regardless he should be dead. I think too because he eight seventy six hotdogs in under ten minutes so just that that seventy six hotdogs. This past july took off less than two days off of his life or yeah just a little bit shy of two days and see so they have. There's other things like pizza. The american diet is guard as seven point. Eight minutes off your life burgers or seven minutes. A sodas twelve and a half minutes. I'll jesus sia. Yeah dude out of pinton already. So how have died like five years ago so a casco hotdog and soda will take a dollar fifteen dollars. Fifty will literally take fifty forty seven and a half off of your life. That's nuts but you have money to leave in an inheritance. Yeah you have extra cash so you don't have to worry about it. Any process needs bacon. Dallied like all those things are horrible. Red meat. I try a new restaurant today and actually garbage. Yes dear It's a new place. That opened up. Or and i had ordered this. It was a kielbasa sausage. That was split and inside of it was cheese bacon hollow pesos. And then it was cornflake deep fried what they did ride. Kill boffa yes. They wrapped it like select. It was like a corn dog. Can without the stick where it was called. Oh buzzes in downtown fort myers. I haven't heard of that. must be. Yeah they opened up like. Let's say like two weeks ago that's gone by. They're still not even finished with the interior stuff like their stuff on their menu. They're just like yeah. We don't have the milkshakes yet But we have it on the menu and all of their milkshakes are named after the fireworks from joe dirt. So like who's a do's and don'ts whistling bunghole replaces awesome. You guys are twelve mall. Nutria here go get it. Jesus christ you'll you okay. It sounds like atom on a date. Here squeaker squeaker to go get it. Of course she learns how to actually use the squeaker part of the toy as soon as we're recording. Listen chief does nothing but educate the youth so teaching her to bar. Teaching her a squeak. The toys based on your sandwich. You probably took a solid hour off your life she actually. I'm super proud of her. Last night told me that she had to go outside. She went over to the door sat patiently so that progress super proud of her. She's not going in the house as much She's figuring it out. That's all right moving on. Yes oh talk about the food thing though they also the same study also did where added. There's foods that added time like foods. I would like the whole foods. Like yeah like okay so like tomatoes or plato's three three point eight minutes bananas were like thirteen and a half minutes really so if you yeah so so if you had essentially if you had a banana with a soda you're still up one minute. You're still ahead of the game. And that's what we call ladies dowling mass. You know what. I realized by the way bob hold on. Listen as the real quick just before say Peanuts twenty six or twenty six minutes and twenty six minutes peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Thirty three minutes plots to your life adds to your life. Pb and j. will.
"millerton" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
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Who shman zodda. In for chris broussard. I'll telephone number eight seven seven nine nine six sixty three sixty nine eight seven seven nine thousand nine on fox. We're talking about the rookie. Quarterbacks who are mostly made their debuts this past weekend who is the most impressive we want to hear from you. So join in on this. Tj of course has coached and worked out with a lot of these guys and has a good field for but we do wanna hear what you think. We're going to start it off with mark and sacramento what you gotta say. Maybe what's up mark. What's going on what's going on gentleman. Hey welcome back. Tj good to hear appreciate your my man a real quick I think it's justin fields. I'm gonna give you a couple of reasons why number one that guy was able to take. The bar thing was on his thirty three thirty five yard line towards the end of the half and show me that he had command of the two minute. Offense went down and got them a field goal before the end of the half. That's pretty good for ricky to be able to pick that up able to execute it. The way he did and made made the throws we had to make impressively markelle. They ready to start the season with him or should they start with. Andy dalton i tell you what if they don't started rick one. I bet today starting to look at it the other thing. I think why he should start over those other guys out of the other four guys. He's gonna have the most polish receiver out there who don't drop anything robinson gets back so i think he's ready i i do. He looks great. Thanks mark appreciate the call. Eight seven seven nine thousand nine on fox we wanna hear from you jump in. We have another caller kevin in culver city. Fellows what's going on magic city monday. No doubt donahue hall of fame here hall of famer with the here with troy paula. Malu in the building. Oh he's in the he's in the all hair hall of fame right a question hands down the best most trusted rookies trade lance every time we talk about. Can we see what this guy does on the tape. That's what we want to see from the preseason game everybody said trae lance wasn't playing against good competition he throws in a bomb against the kansas city chiefs. There's no better competition the in the nfl. everybody. I don't know how many stars are playing in that don that throw. He made some mistakes towards the end. But some of those other those there were like four or five drop passes you saw. Tj where he was right online he was moving at. He looked like a professional quarterback. Patrick mahomes on the other side of the sideline. That throat was my home so he he showed me everything. I needed to see a franchise quarterback. He's ready to make that money one farm land really. So you're ready to say no jimmy g. and he's the starter no i would. I would still sitting. because i think he's. He's a policy affect he could still learn a lot more. But you definitely see you have a franchise quarterback right there I think they're going to have to plan because he's too good to be on the sidelines. When you see guys like trent williams grabbing him like that you know like oh man like him. So she hasn't played a lot of i would sit in. But he's definitely a franchise quarterback paul ryan got a great one. And you just sit in that game. He so you know. Polish thanks. Kev donkin heroes. 'cause 'cause it doesn't sound like you hear us about right. Dj you would try to say something a and it was like here. I don't think he can hear us now. All i'm saying is he needs snaps. He needs as many preseason snaps as possible. I think people forget. He didn't start a ton of games in college. He played one game lashing. I believe he threw twenty passes by its. Oh he needs a ton of preseason snaps just to get used. But i mean he. Everybody looks at the big play. Eighty had against the chiefs at eighty yard. Bomb was five for fourteen. Which isn't that impressive. And here's the other thing he drops. I'll give him that. He had some drops in there. Right balls right there but tj everybody you know i get the fans. Fans derived from the word fanatic. Right so i get where fans get excited. But the but the success rate of all. These quarterbacks isn't great. everybody doesn't wind up being a great quarterback. Do you know what i mean. Even if they drafted in the first round. There's a lot of guys who don't make it. It's impossible to at these five or six guys and say they're all going to be a a one quarterback for the next ten.
"millerton" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"This helps me like you know definitely with my cardio in like Muscle endurance alright. Alright swim i tried doing some swimming awhile back and i just was like i must have just like a chicken trying to stay afloat because this little old man was like. Hey you need to slow it down. This is what you need. Those coaching me hats on how to swim. 'cause i was just splashing over there. I was sled like post through this way. Lou that had little impact your like crazy are. It's like 'cause like you want to be able to do it for like long. That's law at least for me. It was like distance and stuff because it was just like it was nice. Like just lied when you're swimming. Especially i would go to What's that lake in. Fresno the the huntington huntington now nash shaver along with their boats. Outside of sim across millerton. Back and now like yours done so when when l. tickle for me to get there it's not not an easy fishing lakes at that that lay out. Close my eyes looking down. Because it terrifies. Scientists clarify is just. It's just darkness Wanders heard you wanna hear crazy. Sorry about that lake I used to work. As a middle school. Science teacher in fresno unified and i had a. There's a coach. Who's he was used older. He's about to retire and he had a wife who was a principal with fresno so. I don't think she would lie. Who knows. i don't know. He said that she was getting certified to become a a scuba diver here in town in fresno and In order to to pass the scuba diving tests of the final test was they took him out to millerton lake a scuba dive down there and she claims that when she got to the bottom something bumped her super hardened like knocked her over and she says it wasn't any one of the instructors so i don't know what's down there but crazy story crops won't ricky's in to.
"millerton" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"And information news. Talk 5 88 159 F F A. M. J Fresno, A cumulus station, So these guys 86 degrees in Northwest for US notes. 11 o'clock. I'm Erin Abate. In the CAME J news enter with a steep rise in cases of passengers getting out of control on airline flights, a coalition of unions Now calling for more prosecutions dealing with a rising number of passengers who fight flight attendants refused to wear masks and cause other problems on planes. A coalition of aviation groups has sent a letter to the head of the FAA and Attorney General Merrick Garland urging for unruly passengers to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. They want the prosecution's made more public to put a spotlight on the serious consequences of breaking the law while in flight. Alex Stone, ABC News To CDC led studies looking at why younger Americans are lagging behind older populations and getting vaccinated. A CDC's lead study shows. Only 38% of 18 to 29 year olds have gotten at least one shot. Compared to 80% of those 65 older. A gap is understandable, considering the prioritization of vaccines early on. But a second CDC lead study found that nearly half of people 18 to 39 say they're unsure or definitely won't get a vaccine. The most common reasons were a lack of trust in the vaccines, concerns about side effects or the belief that they don't need a vaccine. Mark Remillard ABC News Governor Gavin Newsom in California lawmakers negotiating whether to extend the state's ban on evictions for unpaid rent. Both federal and California eviction protections expired June 30th. Newsom was proposed using federal coronavirus a to pay off all the unpaid rent the people that will take time to distribute that money. Some tenant advocacy groups want the nation's most populated state to extend eviction protections until the unemployment rate for low wage workers reaches pre pandemic levels. California Apartment Association, though, says landlords cannot afford to wait much longer, with many having gone without rent checks for more than a year. Pair of weakened drownings claiming the lives of an adult male and a 15 year old boy. The first incident, a team bold from Millerton Lake just before one o'clock Saturday afternoon. Now identified as Armando Juarez. Separate incident. A man in his forties drowned an island water park yesterday afternoon. California sheriff's deputy caught on video kicking a suspect them ahead a California sheriff's deputy under criminal investigation after he was recorded on video kicking a pursuit suspect in the head while the man appeared to be surrendering. The San Bernardino County deputy has been placed on paid administrative lead. The suspect was riding a motorcycle Wednesday when he failed to pull over for a traffic stop and lead the deputy on a high speed chase. He eventually ditched the bike and hit under a car video obtained By TMZ shows the deputy kicking the man twice after he put his hands up and got on his knees. Ruth Michael's K. M. J News No. Uh but 590 points right now, NASDAQ gaining 117 high this afternoon of 100 to 62 are low for tonight. 96 tomorrow, dropping down to 94 by Wednesday. 86 right now. Northwest Fresno News on the hour on the half and when it breaks I'm Erin Ovadia News time. 5 81 Oh 59 K. M. J..
"millerton" Discussed on Slow Burn
"What the times did publish on terrorism was often excellent. Rising and judith. Miller were on a team that won a two thousand and two pulitzer for its coverage of al qaeda. It would turn out to be professional. Peak slogan is brought to you by mail chimp at mailchimp lot of smart to. They're all in one marketing platform so small businesses everywhere can spend more time making and selling the stuff they love. So whether it's your first big idea. Fiftieth mail platform and marketing. Smarts can help you bring your ideas forward with more tools than ever to keep your groove like their new creative assistant with content creation being more important than ever. They dreamed up a new way to create beautiful on brand designs and seconds that scale across all kinds of platforms. Giving you a cohesive campaign to sell more stuff with or the new customer journey builder. These automated smarts. Help you stay ahead of what. Customers might buy next and setup follow-up emails automatically based on a customer journey to help you close the deal plus male chimp is super powerful decision-making insights called smart recommendations that are powered by and backed by twenty years worth of marketing data and billions of communication sent by our customers. Better marketing better business results. That's the power of mail chimp smarts on the all in one marketing platform. Judy miller grew up in a show biz family. Her father ran a nightclub in new jersey. Put on glitzy shows in las vegas hotels miller's half brother jimmy has own brushes with glamour. He produced rolling stones albums. Judy got to hang out in the studio while he worked. Miller did the sixties true boomer style. She got arrested several times for protesting the vietnam war. She wound up in journalism covering the middle east for npr and the progressive. Here's frank for a profile of miller new york magazine in two thousand and four. She just became incredibly well. Sourced in the region nina totenberg the legendary. Npr reporter. who was her colleague. Told me a story about how she was at a party. And king hussein of jordan was there and he caught a glimpse of her across the room and began to howl. Judy and she responded king and they went in abreast. Miller says she stood out on the male dominated. Beat but that wasn't necessarily a bad thing. I once asked king hussein why he gave me so many interviews and he said well you're a woman and he said yes. I prefer women reporters because women tend to listen to the answers of the intelligent questions they ask when miller got hired at times in nineteen seventy seven. She was dating congressman. Les aspen a powerful democrat. She occasionally quoted him in her stories. That's when the caddy whisper started. The judy miller broke boundaries with sources used her sexuality to get information. There were certain of her colleagues. Who would read her stories allowed in each time. The phrase aspen said appeared. Reporters would joke to one another about how it should be followed. Aspen said comma rolling over in bed. Miller says that her relationship with congressman actually held her back not helped her. I couldn't cover anything that i really cared about. Because i was dating him. The times had strict rules about that. I observe them. And when les aspen. And i finally broke up. It was only after that that the bulk of my national security reporting which had always been my passion Was i was really able to work in that area before that i hadn't been able to. I wonder how many people would talk about Whether or not woodward or bernstein actually slept with sources to get stories. I don't remember hearing that but it happened all the time. Not just to me but to women in general in reporting in washington in those days. So there's no there's no at now now no no no. It was working saturdays and sundays as the young ambitious reporter knocking on doors calling hundred people who didn't want to talk to you. People who worked with miller directly including stephen engle bergen james robinson tended to have good relationships of her but she could be territorial. She was a figure who was invariably described as possessing sharp elbows. There was one story. That i remember. This reporter had left his desk for a day or to go on a reporting assignment and when he came back he found that miller was sitting at his desk and he said nice to meet you. Can i please have my desk back. And she said no. You're gonna have to go work elsewhere. Just of hijacked. His desk miller rose fast at the times in the nine eighty s. She reported from egypt and lebanon in the nineties. She became a roving investigative reporter on threats to national security. She covered bio weapons and the rise of islamic terrorism. Not everyone understood the significance of those topics back. Then judy. miller did miller was a recognizable. Byline she also went on. Tv a bunch as a pundit her reporting blended with commentary especially on the subject of terrorism fanatic is actually a very good word to describe them. They are highly motivated. They are highly disciplined. And we underestimate them at our peril miller had developed well connected sources in the neoconservative movement. But stephen engelberg says it. Miller didn't only talk to top level. Sources judy knew a lot of people allow levels of government and she knew people you've never heard of and she would talk ceaselessly to all of them and then become incredibly excited by what she learned a more than once When i was her editor. Judy would call me at ten. Thirty ten forty five in the evening to tell me about what she learned to dinner. And i just couldn't wait until tomorrow. She had to tell me. The challenge for miller was never finding information but she in engelberg had to work hard to sort the real confirmable stuff from everything else and after nine eleven. That job was harder than it had ever been before. If you wanna look at an instance where the administration was really pushing the line. That wasn't there. It was on the terror connection. Alleged terror connection between saddam and osama bin laden and that the cheney people and the bush people and everybody was kind of pushing crazy that ever give you pause that they were pushing so hard on something that seemed to not be true. Millerton really answer that question. She pivoted instead to talking about the intel world. Well they weren't no. Because i had covered the intelligence community for so long that i knew that they disagree on just about everything i mean. My concern about the intelligence community was not screamin but were they underestimating the threat. Lead up to the iraq. War miller piled up splashy stories on wmd reporting was enormously influential. Frank four again. The new york times is the paper of record and her reporting represented a extremely prestigious seemingly rigorously sourced validation of.
"millerton" Discussed on Not Another Horror Podcast
"Buffy the vampire slayer las so's american depiction of the vampire law has been dominant around the world. And as a french guy. I was most in these stories and became part of my culture but when of started looking up on european stories it showed me that deal country. Do some weird tales. That would try to share with you today even before bram. Stoker immortalized transylvania. As the homeland of fictional kendrick the figure of the vampire was inextricably tied to the eastern europe inappropriate imagination. The popularisation of the world vampire did not happen. Until after the influx of western european vampires postition during the eighteenth centuries in britain the belief in vampire pierre make which is between seventeen. Twenty three and seventeen thirty five and can be compared to that in serbia. An angry the tim bumper in english can be found chile in seventeen thirty four which derived from the french vampire. S i ister. Wisconsin vampirism was apart of by bologna and belief noted by referencing chaldean and assyrian clay tablets the belief in vampires deferred from anchin greece rome across europe austria hungary poland romania roaring rain in france and even to iceland. The vampire appear to have originated in southeastern slavic europe during the eighteenth century their share common feature of these revenue until reason dead. I derive from which is from suicides. Malevolent spirits sorcerers and shrivelled corpses and those unfortunate to a beaten beaten by vampire. The vampire appears to have originated in so season cevik europe during the eighteenth century those shed common feature of this revenue until risen dead derived from which is from suicides member spirits saucers and trevon corpses and those in fortunate to have been bitten by a vampire the mace concerning a vampire. Every number of shirt feature which include the death of an evil won the return of the reverend of the ended a breach of burial ritual protocols and the alleged magical properties of human blood according to european and focus vampires are repelled by sunday and crucifixes. As what has dispatched bone their skull thorny rose placed on the skin a sticks with the body your heart and decapitation. The steak is preferably made of what phone hall from the ashtray in france. When the idea of the vampire was introduced at the end of the seventeenth century it was an unfamiliar topic. The subject seems to have been raised initially in sixteen ninety three when a push priest asked the faculty of the soul bone to consider him an should deal with corpses that has been identified as vampire that same year newspaper. Report vampire in poland appeared in a french periodical. Milk gallon a generation later lilith achiever published in seventeen thirty seven included the account of several of the famous serbian bumper cases. However the issue vampirism was not ways for the french public until the seventeen forty six publication of dumb augustan karume dis-official song bellies on. The disease is if appeal to england. Wm the mojave easy. This treaty by the french bible coda continued the debate that has been centered in the german university. The debated reach negative conclusions concerning the existence of vampires and kill me cold for what he thought of as a more biblical and scientific views which considered the account of vampirism eastern europe and called for for the study why not accepted by his colleague. The book was a popular success reprinting in seventeen forty seven and seven forty eight and translated in several languages. Kalmyk broader the debate into the persian on and he soon found a number of detractors of otehr the circus typically and spoke of businessmen as a real bloodsucker. Did follow the similar nine nissan ceylon of seventeen sixty seven. Only check was so argued in support of kalemie and is rationale reproached with the evidence also found several historical figures that has been cities as a vampire vampires. A false was a brilliant general who fought with joan of arc was also a man on twelve Equals as mystic murderer. Tortured and killed a number of young boys and a few girls receiving intense sexual gratification. The process he also practice a form of sutton ism. It was only with great difficulty that he was brought to trial a punk conviction. It was old and his body burned somewhat. Different was vicomte of more of a french. Nobleman who by trench fortune kept his estate. So the period of the french revolution following the revolution. It took out his animosity against the common people but executing many of his employees one by one eventually was assassinated soon after his burial. A number of young children died unexpectedly. According to report the old at vampire marks on them. These account continue for some seventy. Two years finally decided to investigate the charges that his grandfather was vampire. In the presence of local authority he had the vote opened all the corpses at undergone the expected composition the vicomte corpses were still fresh and free of decay. The face was flushed and there was blood. In the autumn chest. nunez's groans and skin was soft. The body was removed from its resting place and the white thorn west driven into the heart is blood gushed forth. The copes made a running sound the remain within burned. There were no reports of unusual deaths of children from that day. Four with jay millerton who if originally wrote of the discovered that he had been born in persia married. An indian and later moved to france as neutralized. Isn't she believed that yet. Brought his vampirism within from the east while the demo case carried many of the element of traditional european vampirism that of hosoi not during the eighteen forties battle. Settle in french army desecrated. A number of graves in paris before being caught nine hundred forty nine after opening graves would mutilate bodies in a good luck. Faction is story became the basis of a famous novel werewolf of paris by on the if the image of the vampire became more of a symbol for working class. Oppression france to the age of alignment. We can find some very disturbing cases if we look towards east. The story of pierre progress of its is patrick. Created disturbing.
"millerton" Discussed on Taking Her Lead
"It's relationships you know. Are there broader cultural forces at work that underpin these decisions decision-makers these perspectives in hr managers. Who are hiring. Do you see that at all at work rush. I understand that question. That's okay so i mean we've talked specifically about the factors involved. The myers briggs the testing the perspectives. That come about the value of those pieces and are there outside of industry in more broad culture. Are there factors that drive. Those are there cultural factors that drive person. A in higher level management position not valuing diversity or looking at it through a male lens as they're hiring. Yeah i mean. I think it's called history right so you'll have bosses. I have a huge amount of losses and some of them are palo than summer them on products will be positive. But i was brought up in a way that all of the leaders around me when i was growing up as child women. So i have a drilled into me subconsciously. No matter how hard i find it that mena in leadership roles. I've always had a great spectral authorities. So if i see a person in a uniform on very respectful and doesn't matter the ceo of a company that person. Who's the guy collecting the tickets on the train. When my say uniform my automatic being set off. And there's nothing wrong with that. But i'll give you another example. I mean i like storytelling. But this was an interesting. Very eye opening again in this part of my Columbia coasts and we were a group pa group relations conference. I'm getting amazon. Be happy by the basically. The way that this works is this roles is to conference. And there's very little structures that it examined how people create their own structure. So yeah it's very interesting. Some people love it. some people don't love it. I love it side by. I was in a group and we were trying to work out. Like who's gone subgroup. And who's going to lead that group and this group is part of my group and also part the military because we had some west point people with us. So i'm looking at the group. And i'm thinking he needs to be the leader and yet. This guy was in his thirties military. He was like six foot and all the people in the group says. Well you know what you the mostly. She experienced urine. Ceo should lead amount. But my mind didn't go. There clearly didn't go there asshole if my boss is i've been brought up to look up people in that way and this is quite an admission people with so listening to this on my gosh companies that use it that i do. I didn't think that way. And i to catch myself a lot of the times to make sure i didn't fall into that trap and i share that insofar if i have to catch myself and i have the win. It just means so many people out there that don't have be one is stunning. Bother catching themselves. They just go down that path. Now the hoop little bright light out there is that i think is largely generational a big part of this generally. She will may so said the youngsters coming through and the younger people coming into business and industry entrepreneurs have less of those in night biases box. If i can give you another example there is young people going through college better. Feel a lot of these differences are inclusive environment. In many many colleges most colleges but then as very people just to accompany is into the what polls have fallen into the separation because and again that's the challenge of lack of inclusion. And that's the challenge so when you look an older my banks they've been around for hundreds of years and they were set up by mental men. Because that's what it wasn't the time industry hog change. They're stunned to change now. You could stay the same organization. Talk to the really great study just themselves on how come they have a balanced in the nba. Kohl's they stuttle foulland and then the top ten percent tends to be miles. So what is it about the jani. The pushes women to inside and you have to read the details with the the structure was hell. They none was basically how they teach is give a lot more towards men way. You know your big environment you hand up. All you get cold headphones. And it's less conducive to female lending is a melodic said. He will cave organizations that have a long history of male dominance. Because that was the time and you have to understand. How do you explain valley. How'd you expect rebellious. That's the case silicon valley by definition. It's very young and there's a lot of gender bias in silicon valley. There's the multi gender boss. Boswell reading it now about women on businesses are not being funded at the same level as malan businesses while. That's nothing to do with history that everything to do with isis strong factors difficult to change. But here we are but we have to in. Somebody has to keep going. I mean i'm aware. I get more passionate about. Am i speaking on the weather i might be coming crosses a little bit melon. I'm not millerton. i'm just saying that is change. That needs to happen and it will not happen. Less people are understanding some of the real factors that are holding people back. I'm gonna give you another one show for so. What is some of the things that ation to doing. This women leadership programs says you bowl training for women and those just drives me crazy crazy as the terminology is like the fixed women programs if a woman has to learn how to be a board member how come a man doesn't have to learn how to be bold number. It should be board membership training attend a lot of the female leadership programs and we ran them at the bank and i spoke with some of them and the participants with suzy can at the end of it vary positive feedback. Cook the things that they learned and so forth and my response to that was the test of whether it's a good coastal is not whether you come out of it feeling good and had a great time. It's like did you get promoted in the officer did you get. What is your career. Paul spin like. Has it helped you on your leadership pulse and the answer tends to be not tends to be not so i would say that that not successful is great for groups women to get together to see that not alone because a lot of women think oh this is my experience in its apostle experience and it's not it's a group experience of many many women who experienced the same thing when people realize that it's not just me it's it's off and then it creates a camaraderie which is wonderful. Do need to stick together. Do need to understand that. They're not alone but the real test of whether it works is does it improve correctional writes. Does it come.
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"Since nineteen thirty three when her and vicious stage mother put her into the Chorus Line of Harlem's famed cotton in Club Miss Horn has been on stage and in the public eye over the years. Leno's had developed the sultry inevitable. Lena Horne singing style. How for which she is known throughout the World Lena's first big break as a singer came in nineteen forty when she was hired by Charlie Barnet? Who at that? Time was the leader of one of the swing. Era's top big bands after touring with Charlie Barnett's ban. Lena artistically. Psychologically season struck out on our own. Tom I in Manhattan's famed Cafe Society Downtown and then in Hollywood there she was discovered by an MGM talent scout who promptly signed her to a long term contract. Her film debut was far from auspicious considered to lie for Black Parson too dark for for white parts. She was relegated to musical scenes that had no connection with the plot and consequently could easily be cut from reels earmarked for distribution in the south. She did over star in a couple of all black movies. Stormy weather in nineteen forty three and cabinet in the sky. Also in Nineteen forty-three Lena Horne was Hollywood's first bona fide black glamorous Dr the first black actress not cast in stereotypical made the and mammy roles to black across this nation. This may assemble black achievement and pry doing World War Two. She became the pinup thousand thousand. Black G is many of whom went into battling jeeps tanks and aircraft named after her considered by many as the most beautiful woman in the world. Zero Lena takes a beauty in stride. I spoke with Lena on tour with her one woman show and asked her about her status as a living legend laughs. Ask that question yet. And everybody needs. City has asked me I think I think what you really mean is survival aval. I've been around long time. Yeah feels good to live this long. I I hope that My youngest granddaughter. WHO's thirteen will be less blase then my other ones who are eighteen and sixteen Then not interested in traveling abroad. Oh sing the sites that I thought I was working toward taking my children and my grandchildren on the grand tour of Europe and even including Africa Africa now but One of them was born over in Europe and Two of them from New York of been everywhere over there when they were little title and they're not interested and I'm praying that the thirteen year old and still is not too blase to take a trip with me. If I'm just hold out that long I oh. I think women shouldn't really be that insecure. I always was. I wanted to have a better figure. I wanted to be beautiful well. I wanted to sing like aretha Franklin if they had been Retha when I was born I had none of those things and I made it. You know so. I think it's pretty you silly women won't be like me they should be beyond and they shouldn't be in this in our use of Uso Tours and on the cabaret circuit and in her social life. Miss Horn has always been an outspoken advocate of civil rights do on the historic march on Washington in nineteen eighteen sixty three. She addressed a crowd of demonstrators. Miss Horn help breakdown. Jim Crow and entertainment during the nineteen forties and fifties by insisting on contracts ensuring that blacks could not be barred from her performances in white establishments she also refused to entertain white. I troops during World War Two unless black soldiers were omitted. Also I asked if she considered herself a pioneer and about the state of blacks in the entertainment aiming industry and why. It wasn't portent for Lena. Horne to speak up about civil rights. Lena Lena Horne. I spoke up for myself often. The three musicians or the six musicians that toured with the weren't allowed to stay where I could We will all not allowed to go on a swimming pool. Awesome had nothing to do with anything except personal attitudes certain things. I didn't realize that I was speaking for anybody. Nobody else until away in the nineteen late nineteen forties and of course as I said I was raised by very learn Millerton grandmother. I think most of us have grandmother so now passed and She just told me that I was human like everybody else. The communism that hot and the movies suffering and Certainly TV v is doing. What's tried and true over and over again so I would say they. They face certain obstacles not to do rosalie lap and not to do with racism but The first choice That that is not the first to be hired my people but I think that's due to the economy Well for waters May Miss Smith and and the rest of them. That was a great black singers. Called Black Patu blew. My Father Remembers who sang. Who was an opera star and she was named after Adalina passive white thing? Thanks so all those late some groundwork to you. Know I'm a johnny-come-lately Lena. Horne has never been one to avoid controversy in nineteen eighteen fifty. She announced her three year. Old Marriage to Linney Hayden her white musical mentor at MGM Studios and a time. When interracial marriages were still illegal and California? Her marriage proved to be one of the most durable ones in Hollywood it ended in nineteen seventy one would hayden's death also within eighteen months. Lena Sun Teddy Jones died of chronic kidney ailment and her father Ted Horn died. Lena reveals how she was able to cope with such such a devastating loss. I have no idea. It's must be the way everybody else. Does you know I. I wasn't unique. It just happened that There were three people that the dia respected terribly loved a lot but got The man upstairs take scale that you know you grave you agree but you put it to use. It's it's a positive thing sometime and every one of them had been nice to me and taught me a lot so I was not left Like the woman who sometime doesn't want to leave the husband who abuses her because she doesn't know how to work. They taught me how to work and until I was able to survive and take care of my responsibilities in the early nineteen fifties due to McCarthyism her friendship with singer activist. Paul Robinson Kassir to be blacklisted. In television since then Lena has had two specials which she has headlined. Harry and Lena with Harry Belafonte in nineteen seventy and Lena and Tony with Tony Bennett. In nineteen seventy two. She has also made numerous television guest guest appearances including the TV series Sanford and son. I love red. We've known each other long time and I knew him before he was Famous to the world. I knew him when he only had certain places to work and then he was brilliant. Then and I'm just. I was just happy that he had been discovered. You know what I mean. Miss Hololens first Broadway show in which she start was in Jamaica in nineteen nineteen fifty seven. She will probably be most remembered for her role in the Broadway musical. The wiz with her song believe in yourself. I asked Lena Lina if she had received any film offers since the WHIZ. Oh I have I have had offered to be lots of people's mothers and grandmothers. I saw ten is sort of intern. Billy Dee Williams I would like to have sun will lose almost as pretty as my son was but I'm not that access it would be nice but I've been reading some but They're mostly monkey. See Monkey do you now. Now
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"More regulation. Stop price controls dot com right now. Keep American Medical innovation great. Stop price controls dot com already. So we're finishing up with the Muller statement here. So Muller is quickly reaching his conclusion about his report he continues contains our findings and analysis and the reasons for the decisions. We made we chose those words carefully and the work speaks for itself. And a report is my testimony. I would not provide information beyond that which is already public in any appearance before congress. In addition access to our under the underlying work product is being decided in a process that does that does not involve our office. So beyond what I've said here today. And what is contained in our written work? I do not believe it is appropriate for me to speak further about the investigation, or to comment on the actions of the Justice department or congress and is for that reason I will not be taking questions today as well. Now before a step away. I want to thank the attorneys. The FBI agents, the analysts the professional staff who helped us conduct this investigation in a fair and independent manner. These individuals who spent nearly two years with the special counsel's office were of the highest integrity. I will close by reiterating, the central location of our indictments that there were multiple systematic efforts to interfere in our election. And that allegation deserves the attention of every American. Thank you. Thank you for being here today. So the very end that is him again. Slapping at President Trump, who has been ripping on Muller's team is nineteen angry Democrats in all of this. So here's what this sets up and now, things get interesting. What Muller as I have been saying, basically says here is there may be enough in my report for you to launch an impeachment inquiry. There's not enough in my report for me to clearly state one way or the other, whether the president Gaijin criminal activity and good news for me. I can't do it anyway, because the rules prevent me from doing that, and that is basically Muller statement. So now the Democrats court, and this is almost Democrats worst nightmare in a way, this is almost the worst thing for Democrats, because most Americans have already come to a conclusion about the report and their conclusion is pretty simple. And I think correct the president acted incredibly badly, he acted dangerously with regard to his handling of the truth, and fact, but he handled this noncriminal and that means that they're kind of tired of this. And if you look at the polls, this is what Americans say they say they are tired of the Russia stuff. They say they're not interested in more of this. They also say Trump was not. Rated and they don't like Trump's behavior. All of those things can be true at once in the American public, I think basically get it. The problem for Democrats is, how are they going to justify to their base? Not opening an impeachment inquiry on the basis of what Robert Muller, said Muller, basically just said the doors opened to impeachment. Enjoy, here's a roadmap. Boom. Just pass it right over. I'm not going to prosecute because that's what prosecutors do but I didn't exonerate him. So if you guys want to go ahead and do it all. You Nancy Pelosi does not want to impeach the president. She is not interested in petermann inquiries. She thinks that Trump is beatable only if President Trump is made the issue of the election. And that issue can't be corruption. That issue has to be character Nancy Pelosi thinks that it's Donald Trump acts like a crazy person basically he loses the presidency. But if this turns into an impeachment fight, there will be a backlash and most Americans will say, okay. So, basically, this is badly motivated is a bunch of Democrats just want Trump out another looking for an excuse to do it. There's nothing prosecutable here, Millerton, even recommend criminal prosecution. So we're done. Most Americans are ready to be done with this. But most members of the democratic base are certainly not ready to be done with this. So what Muller actually just did he gave impeachment shot in the arm, and a time with Democrats, don't necessarily want it, and you can see this gap between the democratic base, and the democratic leadership emerging pretty much every day. Now very few Republicans are calling for impeachment at this point. Maybe the only Republican that I can see who's calling for impeachment is just an Ammash, who is the Republican congress person from Michigan. Ammash is being ripped up and down by a bunch of people on the right who are saying that he's acting in bad faith. Now, I've had just a mosh on our radio program. I think that he is a solid libertarian. I don't think he's doing this in bad faith. I don't think he has alterior motives. I think he believes what he believes he did a long townhall event in which he talked about, President Trump's impeachment. Here's a little bit of what it sounded like. I think it's really important that we do our job. As a congress that we not allow misconduct go undeterred don't want to salute your courage..
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"The professional staff who helped us conduct this investigation in a fair and independent manner. These individuals who spent nearly two years with the special counsel's office or of the highest integrity. And I will close by reiterating, the central ellegation of our indictments that there were multiple systematic efforts to interfere in our election. And that ellegation deserves the attention of every American. Thank you. Thank you for being here today. The very end that is him again. Slapping, President Trump, who has been ripping on Muller's, nineteen angry Democrats and all of this. So here's what this sets up and now, things get interesting. What Muller as I have been saying, basically says here is there may be enough in my report for you to launch an impeachment inquiry. There's not enough in my report for me to clearly state one way or the other, whether the president Gaijin criminal activity. And good news for me. I can't do it anyway. Because the Elsie rules, prevent me from doing that, and that is, basically Muller statement. So now the ball Democrats court, and this is almost night nightmare in a way, this is almost the worst thing for Democrats, because most Americans have already come to a conclusion about the report and their conclusion is pretty simple. And I think correct the president acted incredibly badly, he acted dangerously with regard to his handling of the truth, and fact, but he handled this noncriminal and that means that they're kind of tired of this. And if you look at the polls, this is what Americans say they say they are tired of the Russia stuff. They say they're not interested in more of this. They also say from was not. John rated, and they don't like Trump's behavior. All of those things can be true at once and the American public, I think basically get it. The problem for Democrats is. How are they going to justify their base? Not opening an impeachment inquiry on the basis of what Robert Muller, said Muller, basically just the doors open to impeachment. Enjoy, here's a roadmap. Boom. Just pass it right over. I'm not going to prosecute because that's what prosecutors do but I didn't exonerate him. So if you guys want to go ahead and do it all. You Nancy Pelosi does not want to impeach the president. She is not interested impeachment inquiries. She thinks that Trump is beatable only if President Trump is made the issue of the election. And that is you can't be corruption that issue has to be character. Nancy Pelosi things that Donald from, like a crazy person basically he loses the presidency. But if this turns into an impeachment fight, there will be a backlash and most Americans will say, okay. So basically, this badly motivated, this bunch of Democrats, just want Trump out another looking for excuse to do it. There's nothing prosecutable here, Millerton, even recommend criminal prosecution. So we're done. Most Americans are ready to be done with this. But most members of the democratic base are certainly not ready to be done with this. So what Muller actually just did is he gave impeachment of shot in the arm and a time when Democrats, don't necessarily want it, and you can see this gap between the democratic base, and the democratic leadership emerging pretty much every day? Now very few Republicans are calling for impeachment at this point. Maybe the only Republican that I can see who's calling from is just an Ammash, who is the Republican congressperson from Michigan Ammash is being ripped up and down by a bunch of people on the right for saying that he's acting in bad faith. I've had just a mosh on our radio program. I think that he is a solid libertarian. I don't think he's doing this in bad faith. I don't think he has alterior motive. I think he believes what he believes he did a, a long townhall event in which he talked about, President Trump's impeachment. Here's a little bit of what it sounded like. It's really important that we do our job. As a congress that we not allow misconduct ago undeterred that want to salute your courage..
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"WLS AM eight ninety. Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show. So it's hurting general William bar committed the great sin of putting out a memo summarized the findings of the report correctly. And then releasing means higher molar report. This apparently is a is a grave grave injustice. According to Democrats in the Senate, they're mad at him that he won't talk with the lawyers. Maybe Barsha Joe up and talk with the lawyers just to show them that he can run circles around them. But there's no necessary for him to put his life in danger. The possibility of being imprisoned for a perjury trap set by Democrats, for example, or an attempt to subpoena him in violation of for example, privileged. There are a lot of legal issues that arise whenever the attorney general testifies before congress, which is why they do have negotiations about setting the ground rules in the first place. But what exactly is bar accused of doing? No one knows he issued a four page letter it accurately summarized the findings of the report even Muller acknowledged that it accurately summarized the findings in the Miller report so heroes William bar testify in from the Senate Judiciary committee. Suggesting correctly that focusing on his four page synopsis. When the entire report is available is really really weird. Understood you to say, these are my words, not yours. The first concern that Mr. Moore had. He felt like your letter wasn't nuanced enough. Correct. Okay. That problem's been solved hasn't not sort of solve by putting out the whole report, which was the that's why I think this whole thing is is sort of mind-bending Lee bizarre because I made clear from the beginning that I was putting out the report is much of the reporters could. Okay. So this, of course is true. He put out as much of the report he could. So what exactly why they focusing on us and ops? That is obviously by the actual report. This is like William bar summary of a book the book is publicly available and you're mad at his summary. Even though you could just by the book are also mentioned. Hey, guys, like the Muller team didn't recommend charges. I hate to break it to you. But the Muller team had the ability to recommend charges to me, and they did not do. So they declined to do. So here's bar, reminding Democrats. This fact team changed. Since mine on its conclusions. It's conclusions as to what as to collusion conspiracy conspiracy. Not that I'm aware of so. The decision not to bring an indictment against the president for conclusion conspiracy with Russia has not changed note hasn't and the conclusion not to bring an indictment against the president for obstruction of Justice has not changed. No. Okay. So that none of that has changed. And then people on the left are saying, well, maybe the reason that Millerton prosecute is because of the office of legal counsel opinion that suggested that the president could not be prosecuted for obstruction of Justice in note. I talked to remember bars under oath here said I talked to three separate times and Muller said he didn't decline to prosecute because of the opinion he declined to prosecute because the evidence was not clear one way or the other special counsel mother stated three times to us in that meeting in response to our questioning that he emphatically was not saying that but for the oh, L C opinion. He would have found obstruction. He said that in the future, the facts of a case against the president might be such that a special counsel would recommend abandoning the, oh, L C opinion. But this is not such a case. We did not understand exactly why the special counsel was not reaching a decision and when we pressed him on. And he said that his team was still formulating the explanation. Hey, so in other words, Muller explicitly send a bar. There's an LLC opinion. If we thought the fact pattern overcame, the all the opinion, we would just recommend the overthrowing the AUSSIE opinion. We don't think that happened here so bar asked. Why don't you just recommend a charge not recommended charge and Muller demured? He said, oh, we're coming up with an explanation. The real explanation is that Muller knew he didn't have enough to charge here. He didn't want to exonerate President Trump since stead he wanted to dump out into public life all of the bad stuff about from. Well, well, sort of washing his hands of the whole thing. Molar did not have the intestinal fortitude to simply. Pull the trigger on obstruction of Justice charge, nor did he have the legal backing instead he took what I think is a is a pretty cheap way out by dumping all of the material in public, and then suggesting well, not up to me up to William bar kick it over there, even though it is his really responsibility to give a determination as to whether he thinks this thing is prosecutable or not. And then bar points out, by the way, I didn't even exonerate from. I have we didn't have enough material to prosecute. But I'm not exonerating the guy on all of the stuff that he did. With regard to pressuring his underlings on the Muller report. You in fact, exonerated or cleared the press. No, I didn't Exxon rate. I said that we did not believe that there was sufficient evidence to establish an obstruction offense, which is the job of the Justice department and the job of the Justice department is now over that determines whether or not there's a crime the report is now in the hands of the American people, everyone can decide for themselves. There's an election in eighteen months. That's very democratic process. But we're out of it. We have to stop using the criminal Justice process as a political weapon. I love William bar having to educate sitting senators in how law works. It is not my job to come up with stuff. That's mean or bad. It's my job to determine whether the law has been broken. William bar is getting a lot of flack for suggesting that Muller's letter to him was snippy. It was Muller not protesting. The bar had been dishonest in his letter but protesting that bar hadn't sufficiently captured his mood when he wrote the mullahs report. This letter was an extraordinary act a career prosecutor rebuking, the attorney general of the United States memorializing in writing. I don't consider Bob at this stage of career prosecutors had a career as a prosecute well Perry Yemen promos, the head of the FBI for twelve years, I know of no other instance, of, but he was also political appointee. And he was a political appointee. With me at the department of Justice. I don't. The letters bit snippy. And I think it was probably written by one of his staff people. Okay. Pretty pretty hilarious. So you know bar is correct. About all of this. Obviously, he knows Muller. He had conversations with Miller. And so he feels like Muller's people were probably ticket molar that bars letter came out, and that's probably why this whole thing happened coming up congressional Democrats suggest that bars jobless to somehow target from for non criminal behavior. And now they're also questioning whether Robert Muller did his job. It's amazing. How unwilling to accept reality? They are is the Ben.
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"Millerton con. Oh, it's over. Well, it's you know, it's not he's going to testify probably before may twenty third and he'd better not testify on may twenty third. That's the Thursday before Memorial Day weekend. And I don't wanna be working at the Thursday before the Sunday before the fourteenth of. No, you're not official start of the jersey shore summer summer day weekend. Got help me actually tell you all about this. Right. Well, what are we Muller testify July third? Why would you can't because I won't be here ally. Right yet. Sixty three yet twenty percent. Yeah. Definitely can't find that. Or maybe an okay. What did you think about the timing to all everybody's sort of everybody being congress kind of find the wind? I think that far on the part bar. God trolling me. Let's see we get contact. I believe Bill bar back in March. When he got the report from Muller said that I will have the report the congress and will be released publicly by mid April looking at my calendar, it's mid April. Now that we've been able to fifteenth know many general terms now that would okay. So if I'm thirty six years old as I am I'm not in my mid thirties. Does that work now that we've been turned five, man? I can't take share had for lunch to Jack tacos. Chocolate shake and onion rings. All right. Cheers me up. I hear share has for lunch. So upset by the first hour. I just don't see if I could just push right over the. The first hour the faith face was getting all purple purple. Because I was trying to talk sentence. My party the privatised party one that sensical. You said you're always the one that sensical I present even hard. I bring in the least language I bring common sense to the table. Yes. I do because we know that the Justice department has released a redacted version, but that was fun. You talk about my eyes. Oh, that was fun. Reading over those those pages where bleep bleep bleep. Expose all those people that weren't criminally charged was really fun is when I read and then re went to another investigation referred referred referred. Killed all those trees printing out. The Mullen all four hundred pages inference out now. To prepare for the show three hours before hand going. Hey, I like to prepare. I'm a well prepared person look through that whole report is like.
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"We've got a good story for you. Yes. We do. I just thought you know, we got a seasonally. Shed some light. And I should say that this is a sad story with a happy ending. But it just makes me believe in humanity. And it actually is something that just makes me love Miley Cyrus more because you know, there are enough Popstars with less than stellar. Talk about. Okay. I want to tell you about. I missed a lot of this. I apologize because I am not a voice watcher. And apparently. One of the singers fr. An alum of the voice died from a blood clot over the weekend. Terribly sad. I mean in a frantic tragic tragic thirty three years, she was just thirty three years old. She has a twelve year old daughter named Hannah. And that of course is very tragic, and untimely and sad, but Miley posted. The following. She said to hug, a you one more time Janus Freeman I made a promise to you here on earth. And we'll keep that promise as you watch from heaven to take care of your precious. Little girl may be sister to shine light on your husband and mother when days are dark. I love you said Miley, and I just love the idea that, you know. It's such a small thing. But it's like a real thing. Right. That that she didn't have to do. And I just love that. You know, now, let's assume she actually does it. But I don't have any reason to doubt that Miley Cyrus isn't genuine oddly with with Miley Cyrus versus say like half a dozen other pop stars. I just feel like she's a good person deep down. Good people trashy is they may be on occasion. Yeah. I mean, if the course she's a good person. And also she's had some had some difficult stuff this year. You remember one of her homes? I mean that just sounded terrible. But her home burned down in the fires in California. Remember, her Malibu home that she shared with Liam was it Malibu home. Yes. Yes. Okay. It burned down. I mean, they lost everything. And so, you know, she's I think a lot of times when you've gone through something difficult in your own life. You sort of touches a sensitivity area, and you and you start to realize more people suffering, and she very I mean, I'd have no reason to believe that she is anything, but genuine in that she also wrote a separate post in honor and memory of James Freeman. And she said, Janice, you're my star. I will never give up on you ever. I'm no longer your coach. I never was you constantly taught me you've been my coach on how to love and had a persevere and how to fight for what I want and never let my own body. Getting the way anything is possible. If it's being done with faith. You are my world. I will never forget you or stop loving you and forever yours Miley. Just like, very sweet. Yeah. So just to her touching promise to be there for her daughter because. She no longer can. That's just it's I it was just a story that made me happy today. And you guys I don't know if you've been looking at the internet's they're not very many reasons to be happy. Although there really truly are. I mean, we kind of you know, it's just in the world of pop culture and celebrity and the weather. Thank you, very, but it can seem overwhelming. And it's just nice to remember that there is actually some really awesome and amazing stuff going on. Or at least that there is still kindness and love in the world in the form of celebrities doing that thing. Well, because the tabloids that the things that get clicks are the dramatic stories the places where there's conflict so it can be really easy to think that that's all we have every once in a while something like this happens. We should do like. The good celebrity. Not even good select news because that seems kind of like, I don't know too. Cheerful for us. That'll get boring. Like, no because it encourages people to do that thing that celebrities sometimes self like. L amazing person. I mean, great for you. But I don't think that was the case with this particular story, it seemed very genuine sexual relationship. But but the mundane lives of celebrities like. He just the headlines that are like, you know. Like crazy. No. But that they went shopping for furniture. No. Because that is okay fine. I'm saying, you know, Kelsey grant Mona that. Tom hanks. Yeah. Tom Hanks went to the grocery store. What did he do their groceries was in his cart Millerton yogurt because he's old and old people like yogurt activity? Yeah. Well, I don't think so. No, it's probably Greek yogurt as they think that's healthy. Okay. It's just got a bunch of fat white people think that's healthy just got Greek yogurt at the grocery store while exciting. I mean, but I mean, there's nothing in that story. There's no reason for somebody fake news. That's like why are we reading that? Tom Hanks Scott Greek yogurt, I mean, unless it was like a Greek yogurt company. I guess maybe I'm saying like the stories that are just like out in the world this actually happened today. Like, so mundane, I remember I had this like realization at some point probably when I was like a preteen that celebrities were living a life at the same time. I was I know that sounds ridiculous. But I really like because I read all the team beaten tiger beat like all of the magazines, and they'd have these pictures of them like in the studio doing things, and I would sit there and think right now somewhere else Kirk Cameron. Is eating an afternoon snack. And I would try to like sit. I know. It sounds like you realize that you're any moment. There are people having sex right now. Bathroom taking a. Break. Thank you. I also had that moment when I realized that my teachers had a life outside of school. Oh, my thing was realizing my teacher had like body parts. Oh, yeah. Oh, no. Talk about that. Well, I had this thing. So like did you ever notice like? For the longest time. I could not figure out I thought the female anatomy 'cause my teachers used to wear it like the women would wear their waste super high. So there. We're coming area. Tommy, we'll call it on the on the radio. I thought that was the waistband. So I thought the bits were right there. So.
"millerton" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Today's headlines. Get them. Now with Peter Tilden. Assume I just going to blurt out the headlines for you and talk about them. And I'm prepared. Yeah. Really AM seventy. I gotta coughs go on. And so the ninety KABC much to do tonight. We're going to talk about I was right. I told you so about the density. This new report just came out about building in LA, and why you can't drive more traffic so bad. Brooklyn about Super Bowl, and I got a prop bet quiz for great tickets and tickets to come to our live show with Jason Alexander and the Subaru studios, so we got that going. I will talk about the KKK black-faced photo, of course, with the governor. Ralph Northam wanted to take your calls on that. We brought to you by Larry Millerton, sleep anyone's advertised price, your mattress is free. But I I wonder if you're just a very big issue it gets buried sometimes because we're talking about a medical school photo of a guy dressed in the K K is the fact that the US has withdrawn was withdrawing from the nuclear arms treaty with Russia. And then you see well, maybe an arms race might be next. You got some people say find smart finally finally we should have withdrawn because they weren't compliant and on the other hand, you go, oh, this is a bad thing. So I wanted to get an expert to kind of give us some insight, Robert English is the deputy director of the school of international. Relations, associate professor of international relations, author of several books on Russia and US Russia relations and Robert welcome to the show. How are you? Very good. Thank you. Thanks for coming on. So what is your first take? When you see that we've pulled out of the treaty. I know Bolton does not like treaties, especially where somebody's not compliant, and they gave Russia I guess sixty days until February second to come back into compliance, but both sides dug in and it's not going to happen. So where does it sit? And what is how does this hurt? Our relationship worth worse. Or does it? This is a really complex one follow me through.
"millerton" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"I guess for the shower is supervisor for district five year, Fresno county, Nathan magazine, which also serves as the new chairman of the board of the board of supervisors here for the county press. No again, Nathan thanks for stopping by the studios today. It is my pleasure. Thank you for having me, Jim. So when when you all meet, you know, we meet about twice a month roughly, and it just depends on a given month. So we set our calendar year in advance, and that calendar can be found on the Fresno county website, and those are evening meetings or or day meetings. The other day meetings are meetings typically begin at nine o'clock in the morning, and we continue on until all of the business finished sometimes into the evening sometimes into the evening. Let's talk about the economy here of of Fresno county, we've seen nationally an uptick are we seeing that here. You know, the economy in Fresno county is strong. There has been an uptick in really looking at the. Agricultural sector. It continues to get stronger. I will say the on that note, though, that water is a big deal in this state and water is impacting Fresno county from being even more productive. So a lot of the west side farmer's that are limited to water use because we're not flowing enough water in the delta to back to our valley. Farmers it's leaving a lot of fields fallow. But if you look at the nut crops, almonds pistachios and others they've been doing fantastic. The world is concerned continues to consumer products, Fresno county is the number three agricultural producing county in the world and in twenty seven three who's number one. I believe Kern counties number one, and I want to say, I believe to Larry counties, number two. So all of the the one two. The central valley. So that's something we need to celebrate. And if if you think about the value back in two thousand seventeen that the agricultural sector developed it's seven billion dollars in in raw product, that's what we estimate the Ed Commissioner estimates. So that's a huge. That's a huge engine for all of us. And again, I give a lot of credit to Brian Pacheco, who's a dairyman, and buddy Mendez who I haven't mentioned yet, he farms quite a few acres from cotton to almonds and many many other crops as well. And Brian and buddy are a fantastic team has, you know, I'm a city slicker, I know very little about about farming. And so they always tune me up and educate me on a regular basis about what the needs of our central valley are the needs of Fresno county are and to buddy Mendez works closely with Brian Pacheco. And even to this day continues to have a strong relationship with the mayor and the city of Fresno. So it's neat to see the agricultural sector. Working with the city of Fresno. Again telephone number's four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight one eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight. What do you see as the challenges? Now that we're facing in this county so challenges that I see on the horizon. The Fresno county is what's referred to as a we have a nineteen thirty seven act pension system in place. There of the fifty eight counties that are in the state of California twenty of them manage and maintain their own pensions. So in Fresno county, our pension the pension system, we have has roughly about four point six billion dollars in assets. But we also have about a one billion dollar, unfunded liability. So we've seen a tremendous amount of volatility in the market place, and that effects the Fresno county pension, and so because we're thirty seven at county we have there's an independent board, which I have the pleasure of being on. It's a nine member board that manages that pension and deals with the unfunded liability. So concerns that I see today and into the future is at unfunded liability making sure that the promises that were made to curry. Retirees and future retirees that. That pension system can remain solvent and make those payments, which were prop promised many years ago. Well, we see a lot of counties that are in trouble cities that are in trouble the states, specifically, California that are in trouble when it comes to the pension. How are we you know, I would. I would say that we have we we have work that we need to continue to do as a board. We are about eighty percent funded purrs, which is one of the largest pension funds. That's out there. I think has about three hundred fifty billion dollars, but they have an unfunded liability of I think it's about I wanna see it's about twenty five to thirty percent, unfunded liability. So it's very very large. So when you compare our pension fund a purse, we're doing pretty good. There are some states like Kentucky Kentucky's had tremendous problems with their pension because they never funded it at appropriate levels. And I believe there's some litigation going on right now because of it so as one member of the Fresno county employees retirement association that manages the pension. I'm committed to making sure that we don't find ourselves in a position where we're unsolvable. So Fresno county, this is the other California where the conservative center of California. With the way that politics have gone in Sacramento. How how does the values of Fresno county match up or are we in battle with what's happening at Sacramento level house account to get along with the state. You know, I would say that the county gets along pretty well with the state. I look at look at all of our representatives. We have on the state Senate as well as the assembly we've got representatives like Joaquin Aram Bula, we have representatives like Jim Patterson in the assembly that are always fighting hard for our interests. We have a new state Senator in assemblyman or excuse me in Senator Borges who is serving our interests now up in Sacramento. So our local local representatives. I think do a fairly good job trying to make sure that we are represented in Sacramento, but to your question about values. I I look at what's happening, and it breaks my heart away at the end of the day. I'm one who believes that every single human being on this planet has value. I'm a firm believer. Lever that all of us have been created by God, and we have been created and have purpose here. And so when I look at what's taking place in Sacramento. And by the way, I'm a believer in the free market and capitalism and those types of things too. And so when I see the free market and capitalism being a rooted, and I see values that have been in place for hundreds of years going back to the founding of this country, maybe being pushed aside a little bit. I get concerned, and they're not being pushed aside a little bit. They're being bulldozed off the side of the road. My opinion Gavin Newsom, our new governor made the statement in his inaugural address that looking to the county that whereas it seemed that we had been overlooked in times past he made the statement. I see you you believe that you know, I'll say that to Gavin Newsom credit. He came to Fresno. He was here. Just a couple of weeks ago to sit down to listen have a round table meeting with policymakers educators as well as businesses. So we sat down and spent a almost a half a day here with those individuals hearing from us about what the challenges are here in Fresno county. So I give him a lot of credit governors in the past not all governors have come here to do that. And he did that as governor elect. So really he is a new governor. I'm gonna give him the benefit of the doubt. I'm hoping for great things from him. So we'll see what what he delivers water. You mentioned that a few moments ago still still a problem. I mean, even with the rain that we've had and and more the mountains, look nice all that snow on there because we know what that represents for the future. But do you see any difference? The do you see a change when it comes to opening up? Those vows letting the water flow you've talked about our economy here. And how important agriculture is. And of course without water. Nothing's going to grow, you know, when the citizens of the entire state of California recognize that. More dams need to be built they will be built. And right now, the citizens of California are not speaking. With one voice the farmers here in the central valley, do not speak with one voice. So I don't know what it's gonna take for everybody to get on the same page. But if you look at the infrastructure that we have today was built by Pat Brown. So a lot of the infrastructure. Our water system is fifty sixty years old, and we need to be building more dams, and so I'm a supporter of temperance flat. But things that the county's doing beyond that as well. There's an effort right now to work with the army corps of engineers looking at different holding basins that we have in the county that maybe can be repurpose to hold water longer. So big dry creek, which is located off of one sixty eight and shepherd were that kind of tease together just north of that is a huge area that can hold twenty five thousand acre feet of water. And it was built by the army corps of engineers for major flood events. So we can find a way to work with the army corps and in wet years. Like, this one's looking like. It's going to be a great wet year. We can put water back behind that basin which will help percolate and restore the groundwater in that area. But also we can convey water when we need it in the summer, months and into the fall. So those are some of the smaller projects we can be working on now and the county is working on how much of an impact with that make well to give you an idea if you look at Millerton lake Millerton lake holds about four hundred and fifty thousand acre feet of water and right now big dry creek can hold about twenty five thousand acre feet. So that won't solve the problem. But one acre foot of water right now conserve between two and three homes for one year. So you're looking at up to seventy five thousand homes that could be served with twenty five thousand acre feet of water and to look at it even differently. If you look at the farms that could bring back thousands of acres of farmland to become productive again. So to me that's a big deal. Well, I just I don't wanna see what we saw during that drought. I I can remember driving to the west side. And just I mean mile after mile after mile. All of just dirt. That's just dust because of lack of water. I mean in the last few years we've seen some of that comeback. Not like we need for it too. And that's why my question is now that we don't have the pressure on us because we've had a little bit of rain not like what we had a few years ago. What is the county doing to be proactive? We have lobbyists in Washington DC, and we have individuals who are are pushing projects that are of interest to us in Sacramento too. So I'll tell you projects like raising the Shasta dam while Shasta is way north of Fresno county, it has implications to us because the higher if that dam can be raised just by ten feet, and there's hundreds of thousands of acre feet of more water that can be.