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Dallas - Attempted Capital Murder Indictment Issued Against Suspect Britt Jacoby Moody In Watauga Police Officer Shooting
"Tarrant County grand jury has indicted a man in connection with the shooting of a Watauga police officer. 36 year old Brian Moody is now accused in the attempted capital murder of a police officer, aggravated assault and evading arrest. Moody got into a chase June 22nd when police say he was spotted driving a stolen car. That chase ended in a water park as police closed in, they say Moody opened fire, wounding the officer in the army. He was later found and arrested. A woman has been indicted for tampering with evidence in the case. LP. Phillips News Radio 10 80 Kenya Rally
Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti
"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary that was on his life. Elections had just written the first of series of three different biographical books called the years of awakening which kind of exposed very early rather strange. USC early years how he was discovered. In quotes who is e? Etcetera Etcetera. Those books I read maybe twenty years ago those. Roads and. It was quite fascinating at a different time of meeting Krishnamurti than reading is his lectures very. Very different that again, that's the. I just finished writing and the Christian Rate Foundation is going to be publishing a book called. Unconditionally free and this is A. A sweeping history of Krishnamurti's talks from the very beginning, where did you come from? What is the mythology around the story? The all the kinds of things is the ASAKUSA society and then moving forward. What is the Mitra? Why was he had to be the new the next? The next? Buddha. ETC seper. So. Yeah. So that will be coming out in two months. So what was it about? So it seems like you had
Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti
"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary
Denver Broncos add to injured list at training camp
"Injury starting amount up a bit at Broncos training camp. Von Miller did return to practice on Sunday, but his elbow kept him out of most of the drills. Running back Melvin Gordon is still nursing sore ribs. Rookie quarterback Michael Jim Moody is gonna be on the shelf for about a week with a quad injury, and rookie linebacker Justin Starr not left practice with a wrist injury progress back on the practice field UCL center this morning. At 9 15
Improving Your Relationships, Buddhist Style
"Hello, this episode is a mix a nice mix of the technical, the practical and the delightful. We're GONNA talk here about an aspect of mindfulness that can impact your relationships with other people, your biases and how you handle everything from lying to sex to alcohol to. Social Media. Specifically, we're talking about Veda that is an ancient term often translated as feeling tone. Here's how it works. Basically, everything that comes up in your mind has one of at least three feeling tones pleasant unpleasant or neutral. When you're mindless pleasant feeling tone can lead to over indulgence or clinging unpleasant can lead to aversion and neutral can lead to numbing out. Unchecked this unfolding process can have disastrous results as it pertains to your reactions to food other people you name it. My guest today is going to tell us about how to bring mindfulness to this aspect of our experience and her name is Martine batchelor. She was a Buddhist nun in Korea for ten years. She's written a number of books including the path to compassion and let go a Buddhist guide to breaking free of habits she lives in France you'll hear her lovely French accent along with her husband Stephen Bachelor who was a guest on this show now. Longo. So here we go. Martine Bachelor? All right Martin thanks for doing this. Same for asking me. We were talking before we start enrolling. We had lunch. Me and you and your husband in the winter. Before the pandemic and the world has changed quite a bit since then so. Conversation is happening in a radically different contexts than our last one. Indeed indeed and So side I mean it's such a shock to the system and it's so sad what is happening everywhere? Yes it is I think. One of the things we're going to focus on today is a way to work with our minds so that we can really become. Like individual vectors of positivity and helpfulness. So we're doing our little part to make a dent in the universe in this conversation. Indeed end to me when the pandemic started the Kobe Disney stock she'd actually full things came to mind. The first one was actually to see that the practice at really in a way prepared me for this prepared me from this pandemic kind of bringing some stability some ground. Clarity end. That's what practices about to help post when we have difficulty. The same time I decided. This is pandemic and I am not going to stress about anything. My mortar will be wise threats take your time take the time. You can do whatever s needed because if you stress and you go into be harmful to your south harmful to others. The sad thing was to think that. Appreciation. Moody. Rejoicing in all the people who helped us to survive and to see what was still working, what where people still doing and also so grateful that all these people in ended injure themselves for our survival. And, the thing I took the practice was, how can I change my relationship? How can we use this opportunity to really see the? And tried to see the other differently and our relationship to the other differently because we saw us to go on automatic. I have that relationship with this person I had this history with this person needs and as. Could we have a renewal in our relationship in this strange time. So I would say the pandemic in a way it Sarah Board and at the same time, he can be local community to really bring the practice to the situation or schools to help our sounds of coast to others.
India opposition seeks probe into Facebook's ties with Modi's BJP
"Lawmakers in India WanNA question facebook about extremist posts on its platform. Several politicians there have called for a probe into the company and even suggested that facebook changed the management team at India operation. This follows a Wall Street Journal article. Last week that detailed what some facebook employees said was a pattern of favouritism toward the ruling BJP political party as well as Hindu hardliners. Here's our facebook reporter Jeff Horwitz. What our reporting found was that in a number of instances, facebook's public policy operation in India had intervened in ways that benefitted India's ruling party, the property of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. And One of those examples was about publicizing election related abuses of the platform that might have been tied to the BJP a another example of it was overturning or blocking a decision by facebook safety staff that some BJP lawmakers had been engaged in some. Olic hate speech against. The community and even though these people qualified facebook's own safety staff for permanent banned from the platform, they didn't get banned because of the political fallout concerns. Jeff says it's pretty significant that lawmakers are making these kinds of calls in India in particular a couple reasons I first is India is the largest market in which facebook operates in terms of number of users in terms population. And there and remotely. Kind of widely recognized to have very adeptly used social media to build the coalition to get himself into office in the first place. So there's kind of a sense that facebook was pretty key to his rise. In fact, facebook had previously trumpeted how great it was, how successful Mr Moody had been in using the platform. So the sense that there might be potentially some bias creeping in. Was I think pretty concerning to a whole bunch of both opposition politicians and civil society sorts. A spokeswoman facebook didn't immediately respond to requests for comment but the company has said that it prohibits hate speech in violence globally
Facebook faces heat in India after report on hate speech posts
"Lawmakers in India WanNA question facebook about extremist posts on its platform. Several politicians there have called for a probe into the company and even suggested that facebook changed the management team at India operation. This follows a Wall Street Journal article. Last week that detailed what some facebook employees said was a pattern of favouritism toward the ruling BJP political party as well as Hindu hardliners. Here's our facebook reporter Jeff Horwitz. What our reporting found was that in a number of instances, facebook's public policy operation in India had intervened in ways that benefitted India's ruling party, the property of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. And One of those examples was about publicizing election related abuses of the platform that might have been tied to the BJP a another example of it was overturning or blocking a decision by facebook safety staff that some BJP lawmakers had been engaged in some. Olic hate speech against. The community and even though these people qualified facebook's own safety staff for permanent banned from the platform, they didn't get banned because of the political fallout concerns. Jeff says it's pretty significant that lawmakers are making these kinds of calls in India in particular a couple reasons I first is India is the largest market in which facebook operates in terms of number of users in terms population. And there and remotely. Kind of widely recognized to have very adeptly used social media to build the coalition to get himself into office in the first place. So there's kind of a sense that facebook was pretty key to his rise. In fact, facebook had previously trumpeted how great it was, how successful Mr Moody had been in using the platform. So the sense that there might be potentially some bias creeping in. Was I think pretty concerning to a whole bunch of both opposition politicians and civil society sorts. A spokeswoman facebook didn't immediately respond to requests for comment but the company has said that it prohibits hate speech in violence globally regardless of the poster political position or party affiliation.
One nation, under gods? Indias divisive temple
"Off. Today India's Prime Minister Narendra. Modi. Traveled to the northeastern city of yoga which was hung with saffron flags and more than one hundred, thousand jobs. He came to lay the first stone of temple to Rahm incarnation of the Hindu God vishnu with believed was born in the city. This isn't the standard fare of a politician pressing the flesh for a photo op. It fulfils a promise Mr Moody made as a young politician to return to iota only when construction on a new temple began. Key. Speech at the dedication broadcast into the whole country he said the temple would be a symbol of unity that the weight of centuries and today. Agreement nation. Idea A symbol of unity. It is not the weight of centuries as Mr Moody and his BJP party see it goes back to the founding of a mosque on the site that was razed to the ground nearly thirty years ago. When we're talking about a Yoda today, we're talking about a very specific place just a couple of acres off the center of town where there was a great big mosque built in the sixteenth century and destroyed by Hindu activists in nineteen ninety-two. Alex. TREBEK's is the economists India correspondent based in Delhi the site of that former mosque is what's under contention? It's been the most controversial. Acre. In all of India. Ever since and the question is whether or not Hindus may bill the temple to Rahm right there and so how did things progressive since nineteen ninety two when the the mosque was destroyed how does that end up as a temple concentration today? It's been a terribly. Tortuous story through the courts after decades of legal stasis and very bizarre humiliation the supreme. Court. Last November, few months after Narendra Modi Wins, wapping reelection decides that the most crucial part of the ground ought to be given to the Hindus go ahead and build the temple that you've been clamoring for these decades. The court noted that the demolition of the mosque illegal in sort of compensation that no one appreciated very much allocated several acres of idle land outside the town to Muslims. In effect, the court just gave the Hindus white they had wanted and I mean the Hindu nationalists, the very groups that had clamored for the destruction of the mosque and eighty is a ninety S. And so what precisely is happening today then so today is the last of three days of the ceremony. Put. In which people most notably the prime minister are doing various prayers, offering ritual sacrifices, and so on. Around the site itself most spectacularly in the middle of all the Prime Minister Narendra. Modi ritually lifted into place the forty kilograms silver brick, which serves as temples foundation stone. Now it's consecrated and all its left is to keep on raising money and build the actual structure itself and what's the reaction been from Muslims about this this contentious building. You know in a way Muslims and everyone cares about civil rights and the secular foundation of India knows what to say no. One's happy about it. firebrand Muslim leader in Parliament Assadi. Noisy has criticized the prime minister going to a religious event and it's indeed striking that the prime minister should be there on the temple grounds with a bunch of priests and Politicos all mixed in as if they were a single class, it's shocking if you've been sleeping under a rock as India's changed in recent years and in fact, I was Struck that there have been no mass protests by Muslim groups either after the Supreme Court's decision last November nor today it doesn't mean they're happy about it. But at this point, the thing to protest, we talked a lot about Narendra Modi's brand of Hindu nationalism I. Guess This is kind of a pinnacle. Then for his aims I mean what? What does this mean for him and his party it is a pinnacle of sorts but I think it's more important to look at this as the end of a long first stage of Hindu nationalism. Movement. In India. We're looking at something more like a capstone than a foundation stone and at the same time this date August fifth was chosen for quite obvious reason. It's the first anniversary of this government very bold move to strip the state of jump in Kashmir India's only Muslim state a year ago of its status as a state and rule it directly from Delhi that was one of the main three goals that the Hindu nationalist movement had till. Now now, the third of those goals creating a uniform civil code that would bind. Muslim family law into line with Hindu and secular family law governs most of the rest of India is a less inspiring goal and it's been half accomplished. Already what Mr Moody is going to need in future is another another series of rallying cries like build the temple and where he's GonNa find them it's just not obvious at this point. So today's ceremony is is not a cause for for great triumph. This is this is not the the the end of this long road for the Jay he's hindu-nationalist goals and therefore mission accomplished. This is a triumph. Yes. By all rights Mr, Modi a good one to be taking the victory lap for his party is ideologically movement but that's also very backwards looking Mr Moody was elected with a terrific share of the parliamentary seats in two thousand fourteen in the first place. Because of these hindu-nationalist goals which attracted the devotion of his base, but because Indians were eager for change for economic development and good technocratic governance of a sort that he seemed specially poised to offer, there are various reforms for which he and his government can claim credit over the past six years. But there are many many more disappointments and in particular over the past two years say before the covid nineteen pandemic and then much much worse since it's begun, India's facing an economic crisis, it's every indicator is worse than they've been in a generation. So there's GonNa be a very strongly felt need. A week the opposition to come up with some way of rallying the country some nationalistic theme or series of themes to distract from the sort of impasse in India finds itself had economically this Hindu. Nationalist ideology offers no guidance towards what India's trade policy ought to be say or how environmental law to be fixed or scrapped. They've got a steady ideology, but it's not tacked onto any particular policies at this point i. think that the government we have in place right now strong government but in dark turbulent times is going to be almost desperate to find something to replace the impetus with. Altogether, though these changes that have already gone through, do you think it chips away at the basis of modern India's government? The the idea that religion shouldn't be a part of it. Yeah I think that India as we know it maybe as an idea we almost to retire Mahatma? Gandhi. Still on on every currency note but this is not Ghandi's India anymore you might almost say that the the anti-secularist of one it's now very ordinary to see symbols of state power mixed with. Symbols of sectarian dominance over the hindu-majority expressing itself often revanchist terms, which is why this template a Yoda really does. Alex thanks very much for joining US Jason. Thanks very much.
Lifetime announces first holiday movie centered around same-sex couple
"Has announced that it will be airing its first ever movie with a gay couple. It's titled They haven't done that before. The movie is titled The Christmas Set up, and It's Going to be a part of 30 new holiday film set to air on the cable network this holiday season. They say. We're proud that we are able to share an amazing story line last year that featured a same sex kiss in twinkle all the way. Oh, who I have that video this year? We're even more proud to announce that one of our Christmas movies will feature an LGBTQ lead story. You know, they've received a lot of flak for from the LGBTQ community because it's all straight couples. So this is a great well, Yeah, And it's also the 2020 right Come on. You think it would happen without us even batting and I am speaking of 2020 You know, we should just be so used to it that it's not even A point of discussion. Yeah, You're absolutely Are you on? I'm sure people will be offended. And there will be moms groups that are all on the open arms to welcome Welcome to the real world. You know, we're all different kinds of people love each other. I don't want my TV toe look like RIA life. How dare they're they're everywhere, everywhere, Okay. Okay. Mr Mr their their attack attack on on Christmas Christmas Day. Day. Putting Putting in in your your stocking stocking Moody's
Fear Of Death Is Contagious In The Psychological Thriller 'She Dies Tomorrow'
"Our film critic Justin Chang says, she dies tomorrow feel surprisingly in tune with our present moment of unease. Everything you need to know going into sheet is tomorrow is pretty much right there in the title. This moody and more deadly funny psychological horror film opens on a young. Woman. Who Awakens one morning with a horrifying from edition of doom she believes that she's going to die tomorrow and it sends her into an eerily calm. Almost Zombie like trance. She wanders the rooms of her recently purchased lock home. She plays Mozart's requiem repeatedly on a record player and shops online for an urn to hold her cremated remains. She never explains why she thinks her death is imminent, but the look on her face is so grave and haunted that we find ourselves believing it to. The woman played by the excellent actress Caitlin she'll is named amy. Not. Coincidentally, that's also the name of the filmmaker amy scientists who has said that the movie was inspired by her own experiences with anxiety and her recognition of how easily that panic could affect those around her. And she dies tomorrow the fear of death proves contagious. The mere act telling someone that you're going to die tomorrow is enough to plant the idea that they are going to die tomorrow and so on and so on. The first person amy tells is her friend Jane played with a sharp comic edge by Jane Addams who thinks she's being ridiculous but the seed has been planted by the time Jane stops by her brother's house where a birthday party for her sister in law is in full swing she too has come to believe that she's going to die tomorrow. And once she voices this fear, the other party guests, it's only a matter of time before they also succumb. In the montage you're about to hear Simon's uses thunderously loud music written by Mondo boys and wild strobe lighting effects to achieve startling moments of operatic intensity. I'm going. To die. Tomorrow. Throughout the movie in these feverishly heightened intervals, Simon seems to be expressing level of horror that the characters themselves cannot. Jane's brother and sister in law. That's Christmas Gina and Katie Nolan do panic a little over what will happen to their daughter when they're both gone. But for the most part, everyone here tends to retreat into their own private moods showing little concern for others Jennifer Kim plays a party guest who abruptly breaks off a relationship something she'd been meaning to do for months. Her now ex boyfriend played by tune had been bay does something much more frighteningly impulsive. Interestingly no one really tries to ward off the crisis or even figure out what's going on a sense of futility sets in and stays there. There's something troublingly resonant for me about the characters inertia. Speaking as someone who's able to work from home and hasn't suffered so many have during the pandemic I'm not afraid of dying tomorrow but I recognize something of myself incitements as characters, the ones who retreat into a state of false calm maybe because screaming and expressing how they really feel might be too horrible or flat out exhausting to bear. I don't want to overstate the metaphorical implications of she is tomorrow, which was made well before the pandemic. But Simon's clearly has her finger on something about how people might respond or not respond to an invisible threat. She's made a fascinating disaster movie of the mind. This is the second feature scientists as written and directed seven years after her debut film. The lovers on the run drama sun don't shine. She's worked for more than a decade as an actor writer director and producer rooted in the independent film world, but with increasing forays into Hollywood. She's one of the key creative forces behind the TV series, the girlfriend experience, and you might also have seen her performances in recent studio thrillers like Alien Covenant and Pet cemetery a role that helped her finance this much lower budget horror movie. Depending on your persuasion, don't like she dies tomorrow might not sound like ideal pandemic viewing but I think one of the great virtues of the horror genre is that it can put our own fears into perspective. There can be enormous value in confronting our feelings of dread had on and feeling a sense of kinship with characters who are confronting there's to. Sign it's doesn't provide easy answers. She also doesn't tell us if her characters worries are justified. She closes the movie on a note, picked between serenity and alarm leaving us to wonder if the end is as near as it seems or tomorrow might, in fact, be another day.
Ludwig van Beethoven
"Kids. Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn Germany in seventeen seventy Beethoven's father was a singer who worked as a court musician in Bonn but he wasn't very reliable. So by the time Beethoven was a teenager, he was supporting his family as a court musician. Beethoven. Played Violin Viola and most of all keyboard instruments. The prince who employed Beethoven sent him on a trip to Vienna, which was the center of musical activity in Vienna Beethoven played for Mozart who was so impressed that he said to his friends, keep an eye on him. Someday he'll give the world something to talk about. Once, he'd had a taste of Vienna. There was no keeping Beethoven in Bonn he moved to the Anna where he intended to study with. Mozart but by then Mozart had died. So Beethoven studied with Haydn instead. Heiden was a pretty easy going person while Beethoven was Moody and Intense. So their student teacher partnership didn't last very long just long enough for some of what Haydn was good ad like string quartets to rub off on Beethoven. Beethoven quickly became known all over Vienna as a wonderful musician at first he was mostly famous for his skill as a pianist. But when Beethoven was just thirty years old he realized he would have to give up his career as a concert pianist because he was going death. After a while Beethoven couldn't hear an extra well enough to stay together with it when they played and eventually he couldn't even hear himself play his own piano. But Beethoven, was such a genius that even though he couldn't here with his ears, he could still hear music in his head so he kept right on composing. Aw. In Beethoven's Day, composers were considered servants but Beethoven refuse to be treated like a servant by his patrons members of the nobility who paid him for his work. He knew he was unique and said so as he wrote to one of his patrons, there are and will be thousands of princes. Is One Beethoven. Beethoven wrote nine glorious symphonies more about those and his piano music in coming weeks. He also wrote Chamber Music Ballets Religious Music Songs, and one opera Beethoven wasn't afraid to change his music when he didn't think it worked this is one of four tries to get the overture to his opera just. Between the French revolution and Napoleon's Wars Beethoven lived through a lot of political changes. In fact, He created a revolution of his own, a musical one. Beethoven took the graceful elegant forms that Mozart and Haydn had used and change them into something powerful and passionate.
Fast Money 07/21/20
"All Right? Let's jump right into it, so yeah, in the financial space you know I, think this is a company that's almost inversely levered to the low rate story in the craziness that's going on the debt markets and I think there's a lot of areas that can drive growth so number one just is the issuance in the corporate bond markets I think with rates staying low and the need. Need for these companies, the TAP capital and their exposure to the ratings. You know their market share is huge there. I think that's going to be a big growth driver. And then the trends in ES, G investors companies they're looking for individual assessments in terms of those metrics and SNP. Global has a lot of exposure there as well. I also think China's a big driver, so they've made. Made big inroads in China. You know they're the only independent Foreign Leone rating agency that is able to operate in China I. Think it opens the doors to international investors potentially to the on shore, Chinese, Bond Market, and then finally I just think the fintech business. The Info Services Business in terms of the indexes passive indexing is not going anywhere in the investment space, and there are certainly. Certainly exposed to that. I think perhaps the valuation is a little bit of a question. The stock has run some, but it's price alongside with Moody's. It always is they get that premium for being a duopoly. They've got eighty percent market share in the ratings space, and I just think there's a huge amount around these businesses whether it's regulatory or just simply building up the REP reputation to. In that space. I think they will do well. They're so overall with all those things in combination. Perhaps you can buy a lower price, just giving the run, but I think this is a really good long term story in the financial space. That is not a
Zandi predicts job numbers will be "meaningfully worse" in July amid COVID spikes
"The US added 4.8 million jobs in June, but that data was compiled before the Corona virus spikes that started mid month. Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, joins us now from Philadelphia this morning. Good morning to you, Mark. Good morning, Margaret. You had already predicted this would be the shortest but arguably most severe recession in history. What did we learn from the data We got this week. Well, it was good about as good as you could expect. Almost five million jobs were created during a month. That's on top of 2.7 million in the month of May. So we've gotten about 1/3 of the jobs back that we lost in. In March and April. Unemployment declined properly measured. It's about 12% hard to imagine that's a good number, but it is a good number of compared to 20% which we got in April. That was the peak Here's the thing, Margaret the unfortunate thing, you know, Thie. Unexpected, better. Economic news is the result of the very rapid increase in business. Reopening is too fast, because now The virus is re intensifying and the pandemic is raging in a lot of key states across the country. They're pulling back, and that's not in the data yet. That's coming down the road, so I fear That the best economic news was in June. And as we looked at July and going forward, the job statistics were goingto look meaningfully meaningful. E worse. The pandemic is a real issue now. And these are thes states that air seeing these spikes are important to the U. S. Economy. Very large economies. Taxes California, Florida. How much do you expect to see consumers pull back They aren't there big. I mean, if you had a California, Texas, Florida, let's throw in Arizona. You're You know, you're not talking about over fist of the economy, probably closer to 1/3 of the economy right there. Andi. I do expect we're going to see pull backs by businesses in those states. And here's here's a saying it's not just businesses there directly impact is not just restaurants and retailers. In all businesses are going to be nervous about the uncertainty that this all creates. And so they're going to come even more cautious and hiring back workers. And then of course, you've got consumers When I you know we were. We already had one hand on the bunker. I can't imagine that many of us are going to go right back into the bunker is a result of all this and wait this out so This is very disconcerting. And if Dr Fauci is right and we're headed towards 100,000 per day, I think the prospects of going back into recession are pretty high. What we know, certainly at the White House and on Capitol Hill, they're going to have to take a look at what kind of emergency aid will need to be provided. In light of some of this changing information that we're receiving, in your view. Do you think Congress needs to provide some kind of help to American families? 80 million Americans have Children under the age of 18. They can't necessarily send them back to school in the summer. Maybe not in the fall. Childcare is also in question. How important is it to address that specific challenge? Critical. It's absolutely critical. You know if Congress and administration don't get it together in the next few weeks before Congress goes away on its August recess, I fear we're going back into recession because Thie economy needs a lot of help. And you, you point out there's a lot of even though unemployment back down if you add up folks that are unemployed people who have gotten ours cut there so working, but they got their hours. Cut. Then consider those folks that are still working. Haven't gotten your hours cut got their pay cut. You're talking about 1/3 of all American workers. They're still struggling here. And if they don't get some additional help on atyou know the the unemployment insurance expansion that was part of the original help to the economy is going away in 2 to 3 weeks. So if Congress administration don't figure out how to provide more help to these folks, they're going absolutely no choice but to stop paying bills, cut spending and the economy is really gonna struggle. Here's the other thing. State. Local governments are hemorrhaging red ink, right, So every every state government across the country doesn't matter whether you're a Republican state of a democratic state. You're hemorrhaging reading and they're slashing payrolls and these are Middle income jobs, their teachers their fire. They're policed their emergency responders. These were the kinds of folks we need working at any time, but particularly in a pandemic, So it's just absolutely critical, critical that Congress doesn't take the wrong message from the June jobs number. And says, Okay, Mission accomplished. We're OK here for far from it. They need to provide a lot more help in very soon. But what about the specific child care issue? How does how does Congress Well, they're your right. They have to provide support through Tio support for child care on the other side of that during the pandemic once schools during the summer and once when school if schools don't reopen. So there has to be additional support their you know, there's different ways of providing this for direct aid to people who are unemployed, or, you know, through the through unemployment. Suren CE were through the tax code. There's a child tax credit that could be used to make it refundable two different household so that they can get cash back if you know if they have child care needs. But you know all those things need to be part of any additional support that Congress comes forward with. And hopefully again. They comport with that quickly
Are You Addicted to Being Busy?
"About what happens when you have absolutely nothing to do. Do you feel anxious just thinking about that? Are you stressed. Are you worried underneath? That thought that you'll be unproductive or waste time. And does the thought of having no plans Kinda. Hurt your stomach a little. What if I add on? Be, careful here unplugging. My God. My heart just leapt a little. So we must be honest with ourselves. And take a look at how we are moving through our days. These conversations that we're having around being aware. That were quote wasting time, and then beating ourselves up silently of course about. Wasting time? And then we morph that idea into. How then do we become more productive sewer optimizing our time? We're scheduling our time and then. I hear all the time that. Statement. That I'm crazy. Busy I say it to when I say I'm crazy busy. It means that I'm crazy. Busy from ten am to five PM. And then I shut my staff down. For the most part, it becomes a little difficult when I'm trying to get more than eight hundred thousand followers on Instagram, but you now I'm. A work in progress. Are you a slave to your inbox. INBOXES are nut so crazy and I don't have a ton of people. Me for super important reasons. But I do find myself checking and wanting to clear my ex of junk mail. That's a little worrisome. Another question I ask my peeps is. Do you feel guilty when you only crossed that one thing off your to do list? and Are you often losing sleep because of those things that you didn't cross off, let me interject that this whole idea. This compulsive ity we have around being productive and doing more things. As a little wonky when you think about. The technology that we have is supposed to save us time. Why do we feel like we need to fill it with other things? I want a slow nope. I don't even want to slow. The role. I would like us to be aware that. This does not bring internal happiness. And as long as we continue on this path of the freeing up of more time, must then be filled with productive or meaningful or purposeful work. As opposed, to purposeful being. Hanging. Reading. Then I. Think we're headed for big time. Trouble or my Biz as we say job. Security S Mental Health and addiction counselor. I know that's not supposed to be funny, but I thought I'd throw that in there just for you know. Oh well. Okay so I am going to read you a list number one. Are you always looking for something? This is not always menopause like myself, forgetfulness or other things it can be. The stress Hormone Cortisol, which we have seen the panacea drugs for, but this actually makes us forgetful so when we're stressed out combined with sleep deprivation. That's eight hours or less for me, then we become more forgetful. Are you a little grumpy moody? Getting angry over littlest things? That's also a sign of overindulging in too much productivity. Yeah! I just said that. You're not getting enough sleep. You're not engaging with people and having fun. You're doing for the sake of doing. Are you waking up most days? Feeling tired morning, fatigue is one of the surest signs that you're overworked, overstretched and over scheduled. Are you frequently experiencing headaches I? Personally suffered from stress migraines. They were happening when there was a lot of change. In my life I never had a migraine headache before then, or since that period, which is pretty spectacular in my world because. It was painful for those of you. WHO SUFFER MY HEART? My heart goes out to you because that's a very difficult thing to live with in the last item on the list is. Do you constantly feel of vague feeling? Of Unhappiness. You can't quite pinpoint what it is, but most days you feel pretty heavy and you me,
Report: State, local aid needed to avert 4 million layoffs
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a private sector research firm outlines what Congress needs to do to prop up states and local governments in their pandemic recovery in what could prove to be a template for Congress as it works on the fifth and possibly final covert nineteen responsible private sector report says without relief for states and local governments there could be four million lost jobs moody's analytics says the five hundred billion dollars for state governments and three hundred seventy five billion dollars for local governments passed by house Democrats last month is likely beyond what's needed moody's calls for five hundred billion dollars in combined to state and local eight and the report says one hundred twenty billion dollars might be enough to get states through the twenty twenty one fiscal year that starts next week Mike Rossio Washington
Report: State, local aid needed to avert 4 million layoffs
"Hi Mike Rossi with details on a report that says states and local governments need federal aid as they recover from the pandemic a report from moody's analytics warns of potentially four million lost jobs if Congress doesn't come through with corona virus pandemic relief for states and local governments however the study also says far less money is needed that the eight hundred seventy five billion dollars in assistance but house Democrats passed last month as part of a three point five trillion dollar rescue package instead moody's calls for five hundred billion dollars in combined aid to states and local governments Congress is expected to pass the fifth and possibly final cold good nineteen response bill next month Mike Rossio Washington
What's Wrong With Arsenal?
"We start in the premier league when the government were trying to get things back to normal with regards to football winning, and they said it would lift the morale of the nation. Nation not if you're an arsenal fan, another defeat today heads a discussion Juliana wrong. Frank leboeuf and Stevie Nickel Stephen of that defeat against city. I thought Ryan Okay. You know it's a tough game since you're a good team. They're going to bounce back now against Brighton side. Who let's not forget haven't won a game this year yet. Go on to lose by two goals to one. What happened. What happened is what's been happening. Over the last. Three years. Maybe even longer you know, the The Times can do some good things I mean. pepys goal for example. Just a piece of individual brilliance, but unfortunately you only ever see it again and that kind of what asked Noah if he had to that another waffle defensive performance. I mean this team has nobody can even send danger the goal from the corners ridiculous to V one nobody nobody even notices to be one, and then, of course it's the second ball is well. It's the same old problems for us. No. Because it's the same team. It's the same players and until that changes you can expect NFL. Well the unexpected because we know what you're going to get from Oslo isn't changing. I didn't think it was going to change that much an game against Brighton and I don't see ginger much for the rest of the season of. The players they had outlet. Today should be good enough to Brighton. Yes, I think so I think. Did it well in a way that they I think doing eighty. The game and they are changes The across ball and and Ryan meets a made some good saves, but. I think we have to review the expectation that we have on the on the governor's. We keep the track on Moody Wear and not who they are, and and the club is not where it used to be, and those players were in on the field, and not the players that we used to see, and it's clear that A. Lack of consistency, there is a lack of performances defensively. It's quite a nightmare, and when you used to have fantastic players, international worldwide players at the the stadium and before Highbury, you want to see the same thing, but these are not the same players, and also is not the same the same team that he used to be and we. We saw that today where the can't keep a score. The of our time to school. Keep it and then at the end the surprise with with another another one two very good one, too, but like of. Mocking lack of course and tradition to even just drew a game against Brighton. That's welcoming, asked him apologists now to the shows Yuliana Ron Joel's. How'd you spend this? Like well like the boys of just said I think there's a there's a lack of efficiency in both books Tuesday's quite. Outstanding really when you think about the they they an I've been three ended up with the psycho. He teamed across bond in like two big chances, the first one brought by Deng and the second one stop by by Ryan and obviously has a big impact on the game. And then when you see the concede, because oftentimes right at the end is acceptable the where you can see the two goals, the first one on, said the second one by the end, which of course move really demi into one two, and and there's a lack of leadership again is quite. Quite important that team has been for years, but again you see these time, and you know what you even more when you can hear the players King, because you also game tonight like on Wednesday night and if you, if you don't put the fake nose up from the crowd, and she just listened to the players you can tell there's no. There's no leading that on the defensive said there's no one. Shall we taking one him who to mark where to go what to do, and nothing of the ship is a big problem as well. Isn't that something that? Could've addressed earliest TV is. Going right, this is what we're going to do for set pieces. This is your role. He's got to be at four in these sort of situation surely. Unfortunately down. You don't understand the mentality of your professional football. Just because you tell somebody with the and the situation doesn't mean the do when my most and that is. The first goal is a classic example because. Every single coach will will. Do set pc's against, and you will organize if they have to men. We will organize the one that will be to begin with. And then the second one will be told he has to go. So. Basically you rely on on players Dune as they're
Boston - Moody Street In Waltham Closes As Restaurants Prepare For Outdoor Dining
"WBZ's Karen regal joins us live at moody street in Waltham good afternoon good afternoon to you I am standing on the double yellow line on moody street and you may be asking yourself okay why then caromed charade is shocked to ridiculous traffic so that restaurants can set up patio here moody street if you've never been you got to go because they got restaurants around the world here in Waltham lining moody street and restaurants got love kind of late notice that the street was going to be closed and turned into a diner's paradise with patios are people going to put tables outside and enjoy themselves so far only terrorist right here has managed to set up tables outside but I've talked to other restaurant owners and their ordering them setting them up and getting things ready so far moody street a little quiet but as the older one bar here told me well it's Monday and things will be a little quiet he fully expects to have the outside of his restaurant festooned with lights with picnic tables with everything you could possibly need to come out here and enjoy a nice gin martini on a Friday night some some of the customers I talk to one who's sitting down outside all of the terrace restaurant said he has been waiting to the entire quarantine to come out here sit down and enjoy a member not of the knee is doing that right now also I cut interview short we can continue to enjoy himself with his wife but you'll be able to do this come out here down and enjoy this restaurant as they begin to open because Laurie you're gonna face to have the first step reporting from Waltham Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio all right Karen thank you empanadas good choice by that man on the
"moody" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Kinda like life continued to progress down the road for them personally with happening. In Song they went from being the cosmic pioneers too. Because it's how life changes sometimes. Think about this. They were one of the only Prague progressive bands that was able to easily slide into top forty rock radio whereas in the late seventies progressive. Rock was really dying out on rock radio. If if there is a rift between them and other bands it could be because they got radio freely and easily more easily while other ban struggled to even get on the radio initially and that is true of at least two or three people. We've talked about food for thought. Very interesting food for thought but again a rich deep history of this band as they went down the road towards the twenty first century and they continued to make records keys the Kingdom and Ninety one strange times in ninety nine and they did a Christmas record called December in two thousand three. And that's the last recorded output from the guys. I think he could say they're retired. Make it into the rock and Roll Hall of fame a few years ago. I would say just in time even though we didn't get to see ray up there with them. They cemented themselves long ago. As one of the Pioneers of Space Rock and Progressive Rock and no matter what anybody else in any other band or any other fan of any other band thinks they finally are getting recognized in the last ten years by a lot of places that seem resistant for some strange reason. And maybe that's something we'll talk more about as we go forward without just pointing fingers when it comes right down to it. Marcus the Moody Blues Fans. The Moody's are a big part of this because they've been buying the wreck. They've been buying the tickets. They've been going to the shows and supporting these guys in their friends circles. Outside of concerts he stuff forever and we'll continue to do so. It's kind of NEAT. The Moody Blues Fan Base is remarkable is passionate is loyal seems to be one of those fan bases that changed and grew with the band warriors. You see some bands lose their basis. They age because they don't age properly with their band and their music and the Moody. Blues seemed to be able to do that and still bring in New People at the same time. I think part of it because they were always about writing songs from their perspective even as the aged in some of their audience aged with them and some of their audience came on board when they renewed their interest in the Moody Blues. GotTa be interested if you're going to be in a band that's for sure that's true so you gotta be interested if you're going to co host the podcast we've bad. It's good to see in person by the way is nice to see your face from the dark duck studios it is the imbalance history of rock and roll distributed by the Pantheon cuss network. And we thank them for their support stinking sponsor by our good friends at crooked brewery in the heart of Hafbro with the cure for what ails you since two thousand fourteen. And don't forget we want to hear from you about the Moody Blues Especially You. Moody's I want to hear from you. How do we do? Yes if we missed anything let us now. Absolutely and where can they do that they can do it by hitting our facebook? Page the imbalanced history of rock and roll. You can go to our twitter. Page imbalanced his stow or you can just email us imbalanced history at gmail.com all grey ways to get a hold of us if you're on one of the platforms like CASS box or player. Fm or spotify. Please give us some stars give us. We'd love it and again any feedback. Anything we missed is always appreciated. And if you want to check out a great Moody's live performance. Check OUT THEIR NINETEEN SEVENTY. I'll I'll of white performance. It was the quiet highlight of that concert and are met note. We're GonNa let you go listen to some Moody Blues CDs. Don't take the Brown. Acid kids will get you next time. Armory Kube Marcus in the darkest. I'm thanks for tuning in wherever you are to the imbalance history of rock and roll. My Name Is Demon Carter Aka them and I'm native long and we're two thirds of the crew that host that dead Bod pod. Our Third Co host is internationally acclaimed hip hop writer. David Maw as the name would suggest dead. Rat pod is a podcast. Men of a certain age discuss debate in dissect rap music while we are somewhat classicist in our tastes and grew up listening to hip hop from the eighties. Until now we're also interested in the present and future over the past hundred fifteen episodes. We have been interviewed rap. 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"moody" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"You know I mean these guys toured all over and they've done some live stuff some. There's lots of packages out there. But I with this band more than just about anybody. I'll be level with you. See what I did there and you have to really go get the original albums in their original order. The original context with the songs and the textures of it. To really feel what we're talking about here about these Moody Blues Albums and about the concept of albums in general but Moody Blues is a good example. Where certain albums you just did. Not listen to them in sequence. You're not going to feel the same way. And we've both mentioned this throughout the podcast. I would say if you can get the CD. Pop it in or listen to it on vinyl and listen to it in a wave file versus an MP three which is condensed and compressed on any of your streaming services. Because it doesn't sound as good on your spotify or your or your Alexa. It's just not going to. It's there's a fullness and a depth to it when you hear it in the wave form that's layered on vinyl really connects better on vinyl. But what we're trying to get you to do is listen to albums and the Moody Blues are all about the album's they weren't the big single wave in hits hits stirs you know. They were about making albums conceptually. Even when there wasn't a connective tissue concepts and a little bit of that Kinda spilled over to the reunion years. You know you get the other side of life which is a little philosophical. I guess and at this point a guy we talk about all the God damn time. Tony Visconti comes into the picture. He starts working with the Moody Blues. Right around that time. A with a guy named Barry Rodman who was working with Meraz He was a synth programmer so he came in with him. And I know you're shaking your head a little bit because it's one of the last places you'd expect to find with areas but Tony Visconti has gotta tie into Prog Rock. Because he worked on the King Crimson Album in the court of the Crimson King for one day and he could not handle where it was going and didn't get what it was about and was like no other day and then when I found this little factoid while I was gonNA got can't wait to get Marcus Stewart totally because he walked away but and something that I read in one of the Progressive Rock history articles that I read is there was a lot of I don't know if What the right word is but there was a lot of lack of respect from the other prog bands to the Moody Blues. Because they're number one they're open use of Psychedelia and the fact that they were some of those but some of those guys. Now I'm telling you it was in one of the articles I read in. I will post the article on our page that mentioned it and I will even pull that part out but also the fact that they were able to reproduce their sound lives so much than the other prog bands were caused a little bit of an issue with Some of the other bands. Wow I never heard of that as a concept but I guess it's possible. I'm just not aware of it because I'll tell you the truth. When it comes to their their sound nobody could do out. Pink Floyd Floyd and nobody could out genesis genesis so. I WanNa see that article though because I'm always interested in learning of. I don't know something I want them to read about it. See what's going on there. They more records and they had more projects. Lamar came at nineteen eighty eight and it had the big Justin Hayward Song. I know you're out there somewhere..
"moody" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"And we can't go very far without mentioning graeme edge because Graham was the drummer. But it's so much more rope beautiful poetry that became part of the fabric of the Moody Blues as they progressed. And I think this point he is the sole remaining member active member still in the fall. Even though they haven't really done much in quite some time you know no. I don't tell me. Let me ask you a question. Yeah when you look at Progressive Rock as a whole. What are the Moody Blues? Mean to you in the Pantheon of progressive bands. Before I started doing this podcast they were a part of the Progressive Rock Group. But they always seem to be outsiders for some reason and I never knew why they encompass more psychedelia which you can feel and here in their music and their lyrics openly openly and preparing for this episode. I learned a little bit more. About the in depth the stories behind that versus some of the other prog rockers. In the business where they were a lot more straight edge and the Moody Blues were very open about their use of Psychedelia to expand the mind into question things but then to tell stories in a bazaar yet beautiful way in Song visionary in a Lotta ways airy much. Let's stop because you mentioned straight edge and you're thinking of as street edge then is different from what straight edge would be considered today. I don't know I think when I listened to some of the other early progressive bands I hear a lot of trippy stuff in there too. So it's tough to say but I think he whole concept of Progressive Rock spins off of the idea of getting away from the norm. Doing your thing however far out it gets and then finding way to come back a little bit kinda like acid trips chesler.
"moody" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"It's time for another episode of the Imbalance History of rock and roll. I'm Marie Cou on Marcus in the darkest and this time we want to talk about. I don't know the magnificent Moody's the NBC's some other nicknames to they ended the Moody's is the one that I have heard the most Moody's or the Moody's well that's what they became known as the Moody's and they have a fan club theater called the moods and they're everywhere they go. They have fans everywhere in the world and They self identify as Moody's that's awesome. It really is seriously when a band has their own self. Identifying fan base that's rabid and passionate and large that says tons about that yes it does and as a moody and now you know what you're into on this episode of the Imbalance History of rock and roll when it comes to the Moody Blues The love is deep and it is usually very long Depending upon people's age their exposure to rock and roll the people who come to the Moody Blues and stayed with them usually. Don't leave no matter what once they have arrived there in the fold so to speak as we go through. You're going to find out. It wasn't a straight line for them. So there's some questions about timing. There are gaps. There's a period where they just do anything for years and then enjoyed a very vital second stanza which a lot of bands don't get after taking a few years off and continued the legend. That is the Moody Blues. That's what we're all about here on. This episode of the Imbalance History of rock and roll sponsored is always by crooked eye brewery in Hafbro checkout online at crooked eye brewery dot com. Well we've alluded to the importance of Birmingham England in the progression of rock and roll in some ways. The Moody's were right there with the animals at the beginning of that history and that legacy a forming in one thousand nine hundred sixty four in Birmingham England and some of the names that were in the band then are familiar the longtime fans Michael Pender on keyboards and Ray Thomas. Who is a wizard at so many things but there were different guys involved? You had Clint Warwick at the beginning of their recorded era of the Moody Blues. And then he lane famously. Of course he would go on later to join wings and Paul McCartney in have whole career Iraq.
"moody" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Their mother. But it seems as if you can be abusive and not kill whole family. Well it almost seems that what she stadium by by her eyewitness account is okay. I saw this other other individual but I also think my brother wasn't capable of this and look everybody has grown up in a family where there's some troubled times for some troubled people where maybe the relationship between the older sibling isn't going as well And they have some temper issues for a small period of always equal a murderer right or even a criminal and it doesn't even seem like this kid had much of a past other than his mother calling. Yeah you WanNa talk about behavioral issues if he had them That as you point out. That's the only thing that we have going back. Six years for his school record he had one disciplinary action against him and that was for being tardy right in the span of six years. We don't see any fighting and he's shouting or yelling at anybody. You know nothing that would go along with some of the behaviors that we believe might have been going on according to what. Stacey's father says and what this a domestic violence counselor right bates again. We have multiple statements by the family. The crimes were committed against the family. So maybe it's again a situational thing where at school. He was fine but for some reason. The dynamics of the household were healthy and and that caused him to Not Be Able to control his temper and to be Jackwagon and be abusive towards his mother. One thing that I find interesting too is the very same agency that we are criticizing for their lack of an investigation or or lack of a thorough investigation. They're also the other suspect. In this case there are people out there that believe that either. The sheriff's office covered this up or look the other way or maybe even was somehow involved in this shooting. Was that okay for for a couple reasons one detective. There's a detective. Stout there was after the the massacre. He's kind of in charge of keeping in touch with stacy and mind you stacy's fifteen years old. Yeah at some point. This is within months of her. Mom Brother friends and grandparents being killed they. Their relationship starts to cross some lines and some boundaries yod. Yeah he's like in his. He's in his late thirties. Ellen Thirties to fifteen has lot worse than eighteen to fourteen. Now I do want to point out. This is a bit of a for the most part. This is a bit of A. He said she said kind of story because he says he didn't do anything wrong. She says that they did have some kind of physical relationship. The only thing that takes it passed. He said she said was there in October. The same year of his baby now the the same year of the shooting. I believe it was an October. She is living with her stepmother and her father right right. Her stepmother picks up the landline. Stacy's on the phone with somebody. She accidentally picks up the landline and she hears Stacey talking to detective style. They're making arrangements to meet up that weekend. Right that coming weekend so immediately step mom gets off the phone contacts her husband and she saying we have to get somebody else involved an outside agency in this whole thing because everything that this. The sheriff's Office was rumored to be involved in which was drugs and sex with underage girls. She Goes Oh my God. It's true. I heard stout on the phone with with our daughter right trying to make some kind of arrangement. Apparently I think she was turning sixteen or had just turned sixteen a couple of weeks before that so of course this thirty some year old. Do Fuck WanNa omit to this of course and so. Where does not going to believe her? She's been through all this trauma. Well I'm not saying don't believe her but I did WANNA point out that we we gotta be fair. You know it is. It is for the most part other than that one witness ear witness statement. It is a. He said she said situation now. He is charged. He gets charged with several counts of something. But it wasn't statutory rape. These were these were minor charges that he was brought up on. Of course casses home. Department's going to charge him with major charges. Not if they're also doing the same thing well what ends up happening? I want to kind of keep this part short. Because there's still a lot of stuff to get to. He ends up getting convicted of some very minor charges which he resigns from the sheriff's office good and it's it doesn't sound like this was a a resigning. He he was all. Did the right thing kind of thing I think. The sheriff forced this man to resign because the sheriff's officials statements was hey. I could prove on several occasions. This guy was going out and doing things that he had no approval to do. He was he wasn't out working his job like he's supposed to. He was out fraternizing with this girl right now. The reason why I say he said she said I believe what she says and she says it was all consensual and I believe most of what she says. The only thing that I take a little bit of issue with and then I get it because she's a victim and she was probably embarrassed. The reason why he only got convicted of very minor charges is because she refused to testify against him at at this trial right but what. The local rumor was at the time. Was that some of these sheriff's deputies. Were up to no good either. They were involved in. They were involved in any illegal activity. Is What the rumors were at. The time that it could have been drugs could have been going with these underage girls right. And so where this whole conspiracy comes into play. Is that according to Robert Saint Clair that the night before the Moody massacre there was a call that came into the sheriff's office and this was stacy and Scott's grandfather called the sheriff's Office to complain that some of the Sheriff's deputies were having sex with his granddaughter in her friends tertia motive and he's a he says he says you know Co Have Sheriff Henry. Call me first thing in the morning. Now Mind you. It's a holiday weekend Sheriff Henry off. We already talked about that. Yeah so call me or have other officers. Come over and kill my whole family so what? What is thought? That might have happened. Is that the sheriff's department. I shouldn't say department. It makes it sound like everybody was involved. Ray Right but a couple of these bad seeds couple of these bad apples. Maybe they got somebody to go out and kill this family to put in thought. Stacey was done and unable to say any different and that when they arrive on the scene all or even before the shooter leaves the House. Let's put the gun in this kid's hands and now it's an open and close case. Yeah there's a semi things that don't make a lot of sense. I mean you're a quarter mile away and there's multiple gunshots to kill the grandparents. Nobody wakes up at the household. They are all still get shot in their sleep. Yes Oh don't make sense. It seems like there's more than one individual involved in this crime. We'll keep in mind the grandparents. They were up at it they were. They were moving around they were. They weren't sleeping and somebody surprised them and killed them in their sleep by. They're making breakfast in the morning. Yeah they've found on their kitchen floor so it did did to people come in and do that job now. The problem here too. Is that a lot of people. Say Well Scott Moody. Didn't even have any guns but mind you. The gun that was found was a twenty two caliber semiautomatic automatic. Excuse me Marlin rifle. These people say Scott didn't have any guns so remember the sheriff's official statement. His first statement was that Oh he you know he. He got up loaded. His Gun walked to his grandparents house. Shot them in. The kitchen. Walked all the way back and then killed everybody going room to room and then killed himself right well. That statement has to change if in fact. It's true that Scott Moody had no guns. There later statement will say that Scott Moody went to his grandparents. House with the purpose of getting a gun because his grandfather did own several guns right so he took the from his grandpa killed them and then came back family if Scott did it. It's believed that he went down to their basement. Got The gun came upstairs. Surprise THEM KILL. Both of them then went home killed. Everybody then killed himself Right again but we don't have any type of motive other than possibly that he went into a rage and to a some kind of temper tantrum. And that's only again. We don't have a long history of their well. Then here's another problem with the gun. There's a lot of problems with the gun. You already pointed out. No GS are that. We've been told of no ballistics that we've been told of okay. Scott didn't have any guns. Well that's fine. The gun belonged to his grandfather. Well there's an issue with that Gary Shaffer. The grandfather his brother comes out and says look. I knew all of my brothers guns. He never he says. I never saw a twenty two caliber before at my brother's home right and he said he never would have bought a used firearm. The firearm the rifle that was found either next moody or on his person was last registered to a Kevin Miller was registered as the owner of the firearm. And he says that he recalls it he sold it to a ray. Gillen Water G. I. L. L. E. N. W. A. T. R. Who is now now deceased I don't I don't think these two people have any connection to the sheriff's office or to the Moody Family. So it seems this gone seems strange. So what is the chain of ownership of of this gun? Did it belong to the grandfather or somehow did it make its way to Scott Moody in in Scott Moody actually owned it? Just LET'S NOT COMING FORWARD. Didn't know about it and again. This damn coin flip it up in the air and see what side it lands on because you have several people to say. Scott. Didn't like guns but then you have other people say Yeah He. He went deer hunting a timer to He he probably had a gun to shoot groundhog's or you know pass. That would come onto the farm. Brian so really. It's it's tricky and it's difficult I think but also to backup that the the statement that the grandfather called and wanted to talk to the sheriff about his daughter's sexual relationships with officers she would be able to back up that story right. Because you would think so in less Sherry talked about Warren inappropriate relationship with the officer and again. We don't have that statement from Stacey. We have the statements about the inappropriate actions by detective stout but we don't have any statements that are backing up. If in fact we should point out if in fact her grandfather did call the sheriff's office the night before complaining with this complaint or is this just something that because there's a lot of times in cases where we can't find answers and in the true crime world starts creating their own answers and you see this in a lot of cases where there's some police conspiracy you look at the Murray case. I mean people have brought that up for years that there's possibly could please calm spiracy so yo where you don't have a lot. Maybe there were these tests run but they haven't been Those statements haven't been issued to the community and now we have a bunch of questions. Are we filling in the gaps with information that's incorrect? Do we even know for a fact that that the grandfather called and and that would give some kind of motive for conspiracy. According to Robert Saint Clair..
"moody" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Not familiar is a great community. The captain and I have been there on more than one occasion. Belle Fountain is about an hour's drive north west of where we are in Columbus Ohio located in Logan County and just to give everyone in idea the population back in two thousand and eleven was estimated at just between thirteen and fourteen thousand residents. So this is a small community. Scott was born in the summer of nineteen eighty six. He's the son of Steve Moody and Sherry Schaefer. Scott lived in Bel- Fountain with his mother and Sister Stacy Moody. They attended the first United Methodist. Church Scott's father lived nearby and to Graph Ohio with his other sons. This is scots half brothers. Stephen Christopher an atom his family at least on his mother's side are all farmers. Scott included his family. Own Shaker farms. That's S. H. A. Dash K. E. R. Farms Scott showed a cattle in the Logan County and Ohio state fairs winning several trophies and awards. Scott was a member of both the riverside. Ffa and the Liberty Livestock Four H. Club for those wandering the FFA stands for future farmers of America and is a large nationwide group that teaches leadership personal growth and career success through agricultural education. The Four H. Program is similar to the FFA but probably even larger. At least it seems to be more popular here in Ohio. The four H. is stand for head heart hands and health. I thought two of them stood for hoof hearted because they were farmers and had plenty of land to work. Scott's grandparents Gary and Cheryl Schafer who we referenced in the trailer they lived just a quarter of a mile away. The two houses were surrounded by corn and soybean fields they lived on Ohio route. Forty seven so both Scots Mother's house and his grandparents home share a large property along route. Forty seven on Sunday morning may twenty ninth two thousand and five at ten thirty five. Am and emergency services. Call came in from an obviously panicked woman identifying herself as Nicole according to the Dayton Daily News her voice trembled as she scrambled to explain to the lifeline. Why she was calling and what she was seeing during the placement of this. Call right because it's not a normal nine one one call. It's not we have emergency happening right now. It is. We have wreckage and this is the aftermath of the crime. Yeah that's right. Nicole tells emergency services the following my sister just called me and said her mom and her had been beaten up and her mom isn't waking up. Nicole goes on to say I can't wake her mom up. I can't feel a pulse. And then she cried out own my God Scott. The son and girlfriend are beat up to. This is all from the Dayton Daily News. Now a sheriff's deputy arrived a short time later after the call. Two Times are reported for his arrival. One at ten forty five and one at ten forty six. This is deputy wiig. Keep in mind. The sheriff's department is nearby. So why Rick? The first responding officer was at the scene within seconds of the end of this emergency. Call so I he finds Nicole and her boyfriend. Jeff the to the WHO'd went out to the house and place the emergency call then. The deputy fines stacy moody who is covered in blood. She sitting in a recliner in the living room. She had moved around the house quite a bit before. The Sheriff had arrived. And we'll get into that in a bit. She had been shot twice in the neck. Nineteen year old. Megan cars was found nearby lying on a love seat shot in the upper neck. Found in an upstairs. Bedroom was Sherry Schaefer. She's the mother found in her bed lying on her back and another bedroom. There were two bodies one was fourteen year old page. Harshbarger shot in the Left Temple and then lie. She's lying on her right side facing the wall now next to her in the same bed shirtless wearing jeans covered in blood. Legs dangling off the edge of the bed and according to Sheriff Henry's full investigative report carried by the Associated Press clutching a twenty two rifle thumb on the trigger. Shot twice was Scott Moody. The first shot going through his neck and into his sinus cavity. Investigators believe he then switched hands repositioned himself and put the barrel in his mouth again. Pulled the trigger. Stacey was the only one alive. Four people were dead. So let's go through this real quick here captain before we move on because all of this stuff is going to be very important as we go through this that we have a complete understanding of what the first responding officer is seen again. This is deputy wiig. He's responding to the scene where he meets Nicole and her boyfriend jeff inside the Moody home we find Stacy which she is the daughter that lives there. Okay she's fifteen years old right. She's in very bad shape clinging to life. She's the one that called Nicole saying. Hey I'm beat up and my mom beat up to and I can't wake her up right. Let's keep in mind. She saying beat up because she's been shot twice the trauma. She probably doesn't fully understand what's going on at this. She might have been shot and then actually blacked out so she might not even realize that she's been shot. Yeah on the ground level they find Megan cars she's nineteen years old. Okay then upstairs. We find three bodies we find the mother we find the mother. Sherri Kay Schaeffer whose thirty seven she is. Scott and Stacy's mother we also find in his bedroom Scott Moody who's eighteen years old and his girlfriend page harsh Burger. Who's fourteen years old? Were being told that we find Scott with two gunshot wounds. And he's holding a rifle. He's got his thumb on the trigger. Yeah they believe these to be self inflicted so you can kinda deduce that we have a family that has been murdered and then the person that murdered them Scott took his own life But it becomes strange because there's two gunshot wounds that Scott quote unquote inflicted into himself Yeah and so- Deputy Y. Rick hit first on the scene. He describes several of the body's he found as either blue or gray in color other than the bloodstains for the most part. They looked like they were just sleeping that these people were just sleeping but they were blue or gray and cold yet. Family MEMBERS DEAD IN THEIR SLEEP. It can remind you of the defame. Does the amityville horror. Why Rick Asks Stacey several questions but she again is barely hanging on. She has been shot twice and had lost a lot of blood. By this point she was going in and out and only answered three questions. This is as other deputies. Were arriving on the scene. Do we know what those three questions were? Yeah the three questions. She was able to answer. Now I want you to keep in mind. She was asked more than just three questions. She's only able to provide answers to three because again she's going in and out at this point the question she answered were what is your name to which she says. Stacy Moody. How old are you? She says fifteen. Do you know who did this? She says no just before being placed in the back of an ambulance she was asked again by a different officer. Do you know who did this? And she says no now thankfully. Stacy is still alive at this time however law enforcement has they're not able to gain any insight into what she may have witnessed saw or heard. Or what have you? They were pushing her for these answers especially because she was in such bad shape. She is near death. You know if she if she passes away shortly after this we need to get some information from her before because that was a reality here so they rushed her out of the scene She would be placed into a helicopter and they're going to have a life flight. They're going to have to life flight. This poor Stacey to Ohio State University Hospital in Columbus Ohio so it was stacy who called Nicole to come to the house because she and her mother had been quote beaten up and we already said that stacy was going in and out of consciousness in. This was immediately as she woke up. You know she's blacking out moving around blacking out and the reason for this. We've been beaten up. I've been beaten up my mother's been beaten up that description. I think comes from a couple things one. She wakes up in obvious pain. Hor horrific pain and does not fully know why but to her mother who she would've seen lying face up in her bed. She appeared to have what what would look like two black eyes but this was only really due to the fact that she had been she had been shot in the head she had not been beaten up. In fact later the Logan County Sheriff's office would say that they saw all no signs of a struggle at all and there were no defensive wounds on any of the victims launches found in her bed too so we could assume that choose possibly asleep So deputies say it was then that they went to investigate the neighboring farmhouse. There they had a kick in the door. They found two bodies on the kitchen floor. This is sixty seven year old Gary Shaffer and sixty six year old Cheryl Sue Schafer. They were in the process of cooking. Breakfast they found share found two glasses of orange juice. On the table and eggs were out ready to be cooked. Both had been shot in the upper neck. We will know from eye witnesses. And from just the general time line that whatever went down the killed all six of these people and left Stacey clinging to life. It went down between six. Am and when the emergency call was placed at ten thirty five in the morning. This all on May twenty nine so we know that it was after six. Am or have reason to believe that it was after six am because there are other people that stayed at the Moody House the night before so we had three individuals. This is Brett Davidson. He was somebody who He was another high school student. We have Jason Southerly. This I believe is Sherry K. Schafer's boyfriend the mother's boyfriend. He left sometime that morning. And I'm a little confused on exactly what time he laughed. But we also have Andrew Danny who left This is Stacey's friend. We know that he was there. He said that he watched a movie. Played some pool and left sometime early in the morning but does not provide a time. The reason why we believe that all of this stuff went down after six. Am is because the first person I mentioned Brett Davidson. He says that he left the Moody's at six. Am and everything was fine at that point all right so we have three individuals that were there the day of this massacre. They claim that there was no problems. No rebel when they laughed correct. Everything would have been fine at that point and we can look if we believe their statements. I think it would have been obvious if any of this had gone down beforehand. Obviously would somebody would have heard gunshots but not only that. Maybe not though I mean we. We don't know how large this property is. I mean it is a farm right but these individuals were inside the Moody home. So we're not talking about a great amount of Ray that's between that. S- of we believe them right correct but then you also have the fact that the we have Megan chorus her body was found on the ground level so bright somebody may have had to walk past her body to go out the door but I guess we also have the deputy saying other than the bloodstains. It almost appeared that these people were just asleep. Yes I also wondered to to the color of the bodies how long they were were there and it seems to me like if you're getting a call at ten in this happens between seven and ten small three hour window. Is that enough time for these bodies to turn this purplish gray color that the officers were saying that they were Also makes me wonder if and I would assume they did this but Did they test for any ballistics on these individuals to see if they fired a gun that day well no pun intended? You're jumping the gun a bit but what I do like and I have to agree with you. One hundred percent here captain. You're saying right from Jump Street. You got some questions. There's some questions here so I should point out that this may twenty ninth two thousand and five. This was also the day of the local high school graduation ceremony. Both Scott Moody and Megan cars.
"moody" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"His smooth olive skin his silvery hair on the pillow then I remember he died last night. Just after eight o'clock he still here with me in outbid of more than four decades so we learn very from from the very beginning that this is going to be a book about your life with David and oversaw. Many Times you've your own life. You've taken botanical tricks and tours in China and the Himalayas but this book is called the accidental to guide excellent not planned. So where have you taken the reader into well. The accident occurred in the in the nine hundred ninety s when I was doing the gardening show on the ABC and my specialty speciality's Alpine plants and an adventure travel company in Sydney had worked out that a lot of triggers weren't just young kids with backpacks were older people retired. I people and asked me to go along on a trick to identify the amazing Rhododendrons and Himalayan musk roses and fantastic. perennials up. You know at altitude and it was life changing experience for me and I came back. I mean I had started out as TV journalist in Sydney and here I will. Aw I had never expected to end up doing anything like this and I came back and said to my husband. I just want to do this for the rest of my life. Take people up into the mountains and see the wonder that is the Himalayas and the accident. Here is that you actually touring us through your own life as going through the death and and what happened later with you part. One of this book is called Losing David but we better find out just we found him. Well flashback to nineteen seventy-one when I had finished my credit ship as a journalist and I was working at Channel Nine I was sort of hoping to become a TV news reporter but apart from Caroline Jones eventing earning women doing their job back then and I got a job in the Publicity Department of Channel Nine in this very very strange looking man came in with long hair denim jacket and a long beard almost down to his navel sat on the edge of my desk and proceeded needed to shut me up and I went to my mom honestly is blog at channel. Nine looks just like a garden gnome. There was problems with him because he's much older the the new He was about eleven years older and he certainly had baggage. He did have a lot of baggage. I was very young and I thought I was quite sophisticated but obviously I was quite naive. I was twenty one and David was still married although separated from his first wife Kathleen and he he didn't. He failed to mention that she was eight and a half months pregnant with a child. And so it wasn't until we being going out for a little while that I made him once for coffee in the in the channel nine cafeteria lunchtime and he said to me with great delight. My wife had a baby last night. And you could have scrape me off the floor really but somehow we muddle through all of that and I ended up being pot time care and at one stage full-time care for that child called once David and I got together and started having our own family and you do that pretty young so you had a long working life because you had to with him being in film Oh me was never never had a constant income or anything so but e because of his film interest he went to cans every year and you think pat anyone in the film industry industry communication skills must be wonderful so happy to talk about is illness. Well yes that's very interesting. He he was a great communicator. David was a great talker and a great listener But when he I was having problems he was having problems. Teeth were a describe it like gastric reflex. But in fact he was having trouble. Swallowing food was getting stuck in his office and he had tolerated right at that for a long long time and then eventually had a guest skype and there was a massive Chuma there and of course by the time it was investigated it was already two lighted. It spreads right through. His lymphatic system. Spoke about another couple who had a different journey. They went to seminars on death and dying that alternative treatments mid ah meditation and counseling. Did you ever do any of those. Non Davis reaction to being diagnosed with terminal. Cancer was one of absolute outright right. He was furious. He was indignant and because he was a very fit man he was in his early seventy S. He swam to case every day. He was a non-smoker not much of a drink at all can and he came from a family that was very long lived a Scottish Heidi stock and they all lived into their nineties or or more and he felt cheated and he also felt very insecure because he was in the film industry and he thought all the projects he was working on would not get funding. Because if anyone anyone in the film industry found out that he was ill and certainly terminally ill. All the money would fall through the cracks so I was dealing with a sick man who was also also very angry and difficult man to deal with you right. David sees his cancer as a floor. A failing absolutely and that was the really sad thing for me that he he himself up moving in that situation and he he was he always had been a very self critical man. He was a very driven man because he really really needed to succeed. I think he'd had a very difficult relationship with these dead and so he needed to prove himself. And when this came when this diagnosis came I mean he'd been very well priced in the film. Film Industry hit one. The Raymond Longford award which is the highest industry award for contribution to the film industry. Anyone in a human rights award for one of his films. It was a political form but he was still very tough on himself look. I love the Liberation Youtube devised. You decided that the doctor who gave you the diagnosis was demoralizing discouraging and dispiriting. What nickname did you give him? David called that particular doctor Dr Death Breath and he became David's nemesis. And because David was not going to surrender or go gentle into that good night he was going to fight that news to the last gasp Aspen. That's what he did on this man. This negative doctor became sort of like a challenge. Seem was what kept him going he he actually doctor doc to date said he'd be lucky to live for a year and he went for two years. I think justice just inspired. That's just fighting and win. The social worker did an unannounced visit. That wasn't a particularly positive today. There wasn't an I wasn't there and a social worker came to see David at the family. We were living and basically decide site him. He was about to start chemotherapy and she said I want to talk to David about acceptance. You don't seem to be accepting what's happening in David. who had also worked as an actor in his youth led to his feet melodramatically and said I am not a stupid man? I understand the diagnosis. I understand the prognosis. But I'm fighting fighting this and anyone who isn't fighting with me is my enemy on this whole. Apparently I wasn't. There dashed out the door in in somewhat in fear. His reaction will he also perhaps overreacted in hospital now his mental his medical condition and all the everything he was taken hey can take and he turned turned him into a quote disorientated rambling madman. But I loved what you wrote about the nurses who actually saw this as a positive thing. Yes they sort of said well we can see his determination. The Gate don't see fear in his eyes. That was exactly it. In fact I think it was the the head of the intensive care unit. She said we love patients like David because they're fighting fighting and they determined. It's the ones that lie still with fear and there is that we find the most difficult to deal with. That wasn't big comfort to me. I have to say so. So he comes home to die and the your extended family. What wonderful group they all gather? And you're very con- you want grandchildren in to see him. Yes in fact. The house was full for the three days. Once we managed to get him how they didn't want to release him from the hospital because he had surgery an and the everyone was in the room when he died and I could never have done it and then everyone it is impossible for everyone to get their loved one home when they dying even with Palliative care. You need a lot of support. The they're only there for brief hours during the day as a twenty four hour day. John and so I was very well supported and we'll love through through all of that but yes we even waited so I stayed with him the night that he died Slept in the bed and the next day. There were formal grandchildren coming up from Adelaide. So we let him stay at home until I've been to see him in the bed with a had nine him over sixteen years. We've been at the farm his funeral although I. I know that you did that whole week. You sort of lost you know you can remember. It sounded wonderful and fancy having to sounds who had skill sets. That could really help. nope I know so my youngest son. Our youngest son was a great emitter carpenter. And he made the casket he wanted to make his father's coffin and he did a beautiful job and then now number two son Ren Parks and gardens at my g and he had did no such thing as grave diggers certificate and he dug the grave and everyone made the food we had a home funeral. It was a do it yourself. Job is lovely the part two of the book after David and here. I'm going to get married Moody to they just a little bit more about just what happened in what pages that this one here we go. I'm part of a new tribe. The widowed I haven't just lost David. I've lost a slice of WHO I am part of my identity when I get up in the morning. I'm living a different at life. The patterns and routines of my day have changed. I make my own tea and toast and take it back to bed alone. I no longer need to consider David. It feels very strange. Indeed very strange absolutely takes you a while to sort of get rid knock but pass on a lot of his things his his down the stuff he collected sixteen. Large boxes went to the film archives in Canberra Umbro. But there were lots leftover now David had hoarded every single pen and paper clip and everything from every film. He ever made over a thirty five year period. And they were all stored in boxes in this shaded this farm going up to the ceiling and his last name was Hannah. David Hannay just written in textron every box as old sheet and it wasn't soldered archived in any way and so it took me six months to actually go through everything. I couldn't just throw it all out. Willy Nilly I had to actually sift through it. All most of it went to various places or to the tip and then there was some treasures to and there were some surprises. But you know you have to read the book to find out just what they were and then finally a room of one's Orne no and allied this situ actually road honesty honestly about the need for intimacy but not another relationship So what I did in the and was I sold the farm and my youngest son and his wife so little cottage up in the Blue Mountains and we board big old house together and I have have a room in which I have everything that I need. I've paid my life down from a five bedroom farmhouse to one room. I have my art my music my computer I and I'm content and just gonNA finish up with something about botany. I was really surprised that when you were researching the drugs drugs. That David was given Texaco. The came from the U. True you tree And the symbolism of you tree at symbolism of you tree and the fact that this is a tree that I had photographed on often botanical tricks. And you know it was ironic to me that there was it. Was the chemotherapy drug dealers use to deal with these very very difficult cancers. Love just doesn't well and I'm glad it it has for you in such a positive way. Well the subtitle of the accidental tour guide sums up exactly what Mary Moody's book is about adventures inches in life. And thank you very much Mary. The book is a Simon and Schuster Simon. And thank you David not a worry. I talk to Gary dish about his novel piece which was from Tex- publishing that Texas Ed until next Lake you've just been listening listening to published on three. See you've been listening to three CR. podcast produced in the studios of independent community radio station three in Melbourne Australia for more information. Go to all the ws dot three CR dot Org Dot e._D._U...
"moody" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"She's kind of Harkening back to you know ten twelve fifteen years ago when you'd be et's want us park was a big thing and she was watching artists Russians pop outside I absolutely see that in something like that no modern video so if you don't like your first pair you can keep it and they will still refund you no questions asked for twenty percent off your first order visit macro golden dot com and enter Promo code hit parade that's Mac Weldon Dot Com Promo code hit parade so now it's the time well are you a slate plus member I am joined about two years ago for the Political Gab fest once I saw the other shows that listen to I really you're listening to a lot of the the stable that's a great moment for me to remind our listeners that while this bridge episode is available to all hit prayed subscribers we only open our trivia round is to slate plus members so if you are a member and would like to be a trivia contestant visit slate dot com slash hit parade sign up that's slate dot com slash will be a callback to our most recent full length episode and the next two are going to be a preview of our next full length episodes are you ready for some trivia I'm ready all right here we go question one last month are Janet Jackson episode talked about her hits from nineteen eighty-nine rhythm nation but I think that was the the pleasure principle and that is correct the correct answer is the pleasure principle.
"moody" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"Survey now that's sleet study dot com thank you this episode of Hit Parade is sponsored by how to raise a parent I didn't listen to a lot of her before but once I heard the the album as you described I really had to get into it and I really liked what I heard fantastic can I also ask.
"moody" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"And the other thought I had about black hat is that I remember when black hat was the against sixth single from the album so this is now late nineteen Andy and by then you know there were all these hair metal acts I mean there were already around by Nineteen eighty-nine obviously but I remember watching an interview with Janet on MTV at the time and it was talking about how she really loved the Motley crue Song Dr Feelgood now Dr feelgood could not have been an influence on black cat because as I point out in the episode Dr Feelgood was one of the singles that came out the same week as miss the beginning of the cycle of album release four with a nation but you can really hear a lot of you know Motley crue who or I don't know whitesnake attitude in the way Janet's doing it isn't just a rock song she's really taking on a metal vote colon that song and yet to your point it's just it's a unique voice I can imagine that coming out of a great album that sounds like a lot of different things that that would really stand out yeah yeah so this was Janet socially conscious album I wonder whether the socially conscious aspects of Rhythm Nation hit you as Corny or you know ernest or you know forward-looking with thirty years perspective you know I for me it's very high arlen comes so socially conscious poppy for like there are very few like you know the obvious it's very obvious but the one that I I think is probably the best version of that type of album is Marvin Gay's what's going on yeah I just think it's it's sonically breath gorgeous and inventive indifferent while not feeling too preachy uh-huh and what helps the album not feel get the point stance and then it turns into like booze into the alright the level never do ruined my lonely at the end and come back to me so I think it helps that it balances itself out sometimes it can feel a little a little early but I don't so this episode was also frankly excuse for me to talk about a pair of producers I've been a little obsessed with since I was a teenager Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis I think they're a brilliant record makers and I kind of love the the team up but between them and Janet I feel like they all brought the best out of each other and they've said as much in multiple interviews you know the fact that Janet has worked with them as long as she housing on so many albums and to give them credit it isn't as if each album sounds like the others you know you came up with Janet in the nineties when you you know the Jimmy and Teri were creating a more lush sound for her oh definitely the other thing I was really surprised about listening to your episode was he talked about and I forget ascribing yes but like I had never made the connection between those and didn't realize that they were all the same basically the same were they actually sample being themselves on this different song so there is come back to me on that album which is one of I think can sound Janet's best ballads.
"moody" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"That's diamonds by legendary Trumpet Player and Music Mogul Herb Alpert a number one the number five pop hit from nineteen eighty seven and as you can hear diamonds featured vocals by the hottest artist on Albert's label at the time Ms Janet Jackson this single which was recorded right after Janet's breakthrough album control served as a bridge in her career between that album and her nineteen eighty-nine Blockbuster Rhythm Nation it also provided not incidentally abridge for herb Alpert back to the top of the charts and these mini episodes bridge are fully the monthly episodes give us a chance to catch up with listeners and enjoy some hit parade Trivia this month I'm delighted to welcome guest who's not only a friend to hit parade but an alumna here at slate Aisha Harris writes and edits for the New York Times the newspaper just recently named I Asia their culture editor the opinion section Aisha's always smart and on point writing Spans TV movies and of course music in her time with slate through twenty eighteen I shall lead the stellar podcast represent and she is still a frequent guest on various sleep podcasts and this is her first time on hit parade Aisha welcome to the bridge. Thank you and I guess I should start by asking about your own Janet fandom are you a longtime fan I'm definitely a longtime fan I'm thirty one so I was actually only a very small taught when rhythm nation is released sure but I can as far back as I can remember my household was filled with like Jackson five Michael Jackson and Michael Jackson was like my thing I was obsessed with him for you know the first five six seven eight years of my life and then Janet was never re elite I knew she existed but she wasn't played that much in my household until my mom got she bought the design of a decade CD.
"moody" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"Nashville chicago oh how the little little chicks country man. I'm like excited to go hiking in the pacific northwest once again. Go back to the credit. Joel gets an exactly right. I do it wasn't as if an incredible because actually the country with all credible and i want to connect breath people just so excited about getting to meet people from all over the country and talk to them about the lives that they're living in their challenges that overcoming in all of that so i'm very excited about that it is really cool and just call well actually quite hot. We have apple's honestly basics one credit sooner title source and this can be you know pretty much used in savory as tonight or suites so got here apples olive oil cinnamon a pinch of salt the subscribe because in the natural sweetness from the apples they're also draw up in west java so it actually allows to credit so as he nature naturally side. It's actually she scientifically chemically quite appropriate credit so if the add salt <hes> so that is kind of like a thing is that said forget putting it will lead on tomato sauce you off because you allow voice you to evaporate but if you've got some point where it's quite soft and you want to figure out just take a leadoff allowed imagine. How long are you doing odd place like fifteen minutes yeah. It's not going to be much longer than that but honestly if you had a really low eight you can then go draft about forty-five into an hour ping exactly i talked about the concept of time on the tools so it's like you know this took probably three or four. I actually now that you're not doing not to be read. The bible reading books waffle pancakes dad making all the data ada quickly laying on the couch jags. I think that exactly so what's what's next is obviously so. She's at a point now where you're going to always going to be looking at other things. You're doing within your brand so what else yes so. My podcasts a huge focus for me right now. I'm mostly because it's my favorite thing. I do just love getting to talk to people and ask them all. I'm i'm like the kind of person where i go too far down next to me and i'm like what do you think is the purpose of lights and they're like. I just wanted to drink so it's really nice to have a former have full bore mission to ask all of this question and to learn all of those things so the healthy together. Deprive cast is huge for me and then the book to be trained through august. Oh yeah so <hes> yes. That's going to be a big that hopefully writing another book and continuing to connect with people on instagram that your website is listening comes uh-huh. All you need to remember for me. Is liz moody and healthier together healthier together is the book and the podcast and liberty is the website in the instagram all perfect way batteries e yeah i got a couple of quick fire rounds of questions tech projects mattie morning routine okay so i wake up i caught on my husband and cat we we have like three situation spoon nestling which is really nice actually have a routine of colleen hospital. Oh yeah now that's an again. It's the community. It's that connection and i think that's so important. What is good for your cortisol levels. So if they don't want to cuddle you can say this is for my house like i need this for my house next to like. I need the sex for my cortisol. Levels also fight inflammation in my body just in case someone easy excuse there is one. That's a good one yeah and then. I get up and i make a i drink. I brush my teeth. I and i don't like to consume anything until i brush my teeth. They give all that bacteria mouth overnight water pick and then i make a green smoothie every morning in an eighth grade smoothie every single day i used my green smoothie is like my opportunity to have things that tastes like milkshakes and desert secreta data sorry.
"moody" Discussed on Free Cookies
"We are burnt out because we are on essentially all of our waking hours, you're adrenaline races. Whenever you get an Email, and you feel like you have to answer it, and you don't ever get a real break. So it went from being this thing that a very small segment of the population needed to combat. They're very highly intense work to be something that I think we all feel like we need because all of our work is intense and mentally taxing in this way. I think that there's a lot of problems with that. I think that what I would like to see happen with self care is for people to focus less like if you viewed it as like, let's say getting sick antibiotics if you had to take antibiotics every single day, it'd be because you were sick all the time. And that wouldn't be good for you or good for your body. So I would like to get to a point where if self-care was the. Antibiotics? We were taking them very infrequently. When we were actually a second. We needed it. And I would like to shift the rest of our day. So that we're not sick all the time. And we don't need it all the time. So for me, it's less of taking a bath. And it's more being like, I'm not going to be available to check my Email after six PM and setting boundaries that work and trying to figure out a way to enjoy and keep my cortisol levels low throughout my entire life. So I'm not writing that that high and low where you get sick. And then the antibody, and then he gets sick. And then you need the antibiotic again, it's like almost a band-aid when we really yeah. The problem. Yeah. And I think that's why so popular right now. I also think again that it's one of those things that sort of been commodified. And I think it's a shame because we've turned it into another task. So we're we're in a society where we are overridden by tasks, you have all of your tasks at work, and then at home, and keeping your you're always. On literally all the time and all the facets of your life. And then the fact that you have to be on for yourself care. You have to get this face mask and get in your bath with your huge rose courts and picture. It's it's so like a CR. Actually, really like a weighted blanket. Oh my God. Like don't get me started. Okay. All right. So we're gonna move into. They normally do lightning rounds at the end of the pockets, which we actually do not do in our podcast, but I kind of came up with something like, oh my gosh. I love lightning. All right. I encourage lists held will this curiosities. And you don't have to give me a yes, or no, I want you to basically be like Bs or not. Yes. And why? So these are wellness trends that I think are kind of current and I want the Liz moody, take, okay? Are you ready for the holiday? I'm ready. I'll take high tech but the heartache well, not as she's put a lot of thought behind. Okay. It's not hot too. Ahead of time. So so cities you'll have thought about even you don't know what I'm thinking. First one, then you shouldn't be working at the web around one. Are you ready? Yes, I'm ready, celery, juice. I think it's have you thought about that. I think. Okay. So I think if you're having a positive experience with celery juice, it's because you were hydrating yourself a little bit better. It's because you're raising your.
"moody" Discussed on Free Cookies
"In today's episode is is about food baby cheeses, baby Jesus since Sam. No, it's about food because and rice translate. Cheese and rice Jesus Christ cheeses, Jesus Jesus for that. Oh, many groups that you can do to replace all your swears of new Don square, baby. Jesus is a little baby Jesus. But usually it's like sweet baby Jesus. Nobody's just going around being like, you know, who I love sweet baby. Jesus. That's not true. You've clearly never watched the what's that will Farrell movie with the the race the racing car racing. Talladega nights celebrating digging. I guess there's that entire scene where he's like. Oh, sweet baby. Sweet little six point seven ounce pound baby. Jesus. He's not swearing. What is what is his point alternately in? They're like, yeah. Baby. Jesus. Yeah. It's just like it's a praise. Oh, it's praising. Yeah. You're right. So I guess outside of church where you're lying on a SU J Jesus shame baby cheeses, or you're saying cheese and rice that that's okay. Well, we're we're. We are so far away from where I thought that we would be in episode two of season three of free cookies. It is a food episode because we are joined by Liz moody, yes has a new cookbook coming out called healthier together. And she is the food editor at mind body, green and Charleston, food and wine is coming up. So she's going to be here. We are both going to be at the retreat event. Get it didn't know tell us more about that event retrieved. Well. What do you want precising read we eat because it's at the wine and food festival. It's cute. Anyway. So Liz moody is going to be emceeing. I am going to be moderating a panel. Or actually the panel will be shame us. Join were in so. Sation shameless Molin, and my one of my best friends Ellie Richter is going to be leading a meditation. So it's this just this really nice pocket of wellness amongst total weekend of debauchery. So it's going to be a nice little come up for air. And then I'm also going to be teaching NAMA stay bubbly on Sunday which again little bit of respite before we put some alcohol back in your respite is a solid word Inc. You respect respite respite to bit. So we talked to his moody. And this is a conversation that we actually did live at the offices of the Charleston wine and food wine and food. So it will sound a little different than a lot of our other interviews and conversations, and we talked to Liz a lot about the wellness world because mind body green is a quote unquote wellness website site. So we get into self care and ideas of the commodification of wellness a lot of other issues. I think about how that world operate. Rates, and it may not always be in an effort to make just solely make everyone healthier. Well, and the thing that I respect an admire so much about Liz Moody's her really take no prisoners. No, bullshit, kind of attitude. These so many people that you find that right for wellness sites. I am so goop. Did you guys listen to upload one? If you didn't. So she's I just I'm woke is just that. You know, there's a lot trying to introduce something here is like I am so goop is that that's not a thing. You're just starting that. Yes. I just made that up. So actually, I mean it up on it said one can you when you're saying this? I'm so not GOP. I'm so not GOP. I'm okay. When you're saying this Republican you and if you are that's school. You can be GOP end goop. But there's a lot of GOP beers. Love Katherine Buick Fagin when just Kagan viewed it. When you say, quote, unquote, I'm so goop..
"moody" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"Right. Well, I'm so excited to finally be with Amy Thompson because I've been trying to get you on the focus for month, but we needed to wait, I think, until the right moment and now is the right moment, death may it's all about timing as his last. So I'm ahead in moody HQ. Is that what you're calling? I mean? Yeah, it's kind of interesting because me does what quite well, but it's also the the HQ kind of hub, but also very much an emotional space because we're just before launch. So it's kind of a pre moody moment at at this point, you know, in a negative way, but in kind of we're all kind of trying to deal in process with a low of the emotion that we're having about the father would just about this product, which we've been talking about four year into the market. Now it's a, it's a lovely space and it feels like homely also oversee a place to get the work done. So I wanted to start off by asking you about the. Earlier days in your career because it feels like this is another chapter to your career, isn't it? This is a new venture, but you've done so much before this. You've built and sold a business, and then some the thing that's really interesting about it is it will mice feels like another life now, but when I was twenty three am, I was really lucky enough to me an incredible man could Seligman who at the time was looking to build agencies and me, and my really good one of my best friends. She I'm Laura with thinking about starting this business and we were kind of young and excited. But we had a very clear position which was very near. So this was in twenty eleven, and we wanted to basically create brand experiences which also bridge the gap between being events and also for social..
"moody" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
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"moody" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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