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Revisiting the Archive: Vito Russo

Making Gay History

07:42 min | 2 months ago

Revisiting the Archive: Vito Russo

"So then you were involved in activist activities through the early Seventies. What was happening by nineteen seventy one? Seventy two seventy three was that I was in graduate school in cinema getting a masters in film At the same time I was working days at the Film Department Museum Modern Art and I was heavily involved with the GAY activists alliance so those three facts sort of conspired to make me realize that I wanted to write a readable accessible book about the history of the ways in which lesbians and gay men have been portrayed on the screen especially in mainstream movies which reach most people. Because I felt that our image was at the root of Homophobia that people will be taught that the things about us as gay people. That simply aren't true when they were being taught this by the Mass Media. Buy Movies by whatever and that. If I could address that that that would be what I can do to help. What was the reaction? The book was published. I heard comments from people in Hollywood. Who say you know? This is a very important book. Because what you've done here is you've illuminated the ways in which we have not dealt with this subject dealt with whatever and. I wonder often I mean I have no way of perceiving whether or not the book did any good in terms of its actual impact on movies because I still see most mainstream Hollywood films. As homophobic history has brought us to a point where AIDS suddenly intervened and AIDS has thrown a monkey wrench into any progress. That Hollywood was making in the seventies and now people adjusts a scared to deal with the subject at all or be homophobic in the extreme. And you just can't go to a movie in which they don't slip in some fad joke. I mean a great film could be made about the tragedy and drama and the courage this community in the face of a fatal disease in my life. I've never seen such courage the way people are bearing up losing their friends. There's a story there. There's a movie there are many movies. They're they don't WanNa make you know because it's not happening to the real people the general public heterosexuals When did you become aware of the issue of as now? Let's talk about you personally. Affected you in quite dramatically yeah and I- steering territory. That WanNa talk about this new problem telling me In retrospect now that we all look back on it because of probably geography and Politics. I was and my friends probably knew about AIDS before most people in the country because of where we are placed there were a group of people who knew each other from fire island. I had met a guy named Nick Rock. We play cards occasionally and like myself was a collector of films. Nick was probably the first person I knew who died of AIDS. But we didn't know that that's what the disease was at the time. And it was only nineteen seventy nine. We were told that nick died of cat. Scratch fever which does not kill you. You know it's just not possible. The fact of the matter was that he had no immune system the dive cat scratch fever. It was about eighty two or eighty three when I really. The bulk of the bad news came to us and then my boyfriend got sick. And that was the beginning of an even more intimate involvement from me. Four of eighty four eighty five again. Jeffrey got sick and wanted very much to be in San Francisco. Geoffrey Geoffrey grew up in. Pittsburgh went to San Francisco state and loved. San Francisco. Didn't WANNA leave their and our relationship we've lived together for five years. We moved back and forth. Been Jeffrey got sick. He wanted to choose to be sick in San Francisco. And so I got a job at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and I lived in San Francisco Jeff. Jeffrey was sick for a long time. A year and a half. I didn't know what to do to save him. You know when you love somebody you always feel like they're not GonNa die as long as you're with them you know I mean if you stay with them and you take care of them that they won't die and I really felt like you know against all rational truth. I could save him. Jeffrey became at the end. Very unmanageable emotionally. And psychologically. He was very difficult to live with and I was sick myself and so became a constant battle of how much stress I could put myself under. 'cause I was ill and eventually I had to go to Australia. I was booked to do a lecture at a Gay Film Festival. I was on my way home. They couldn't reach me. I was on route from Melbourne to Honolulu. They didn't know where to reach me. He was dying. He was in San Francisco. General and I couldn't get a flight out of Honolulu for twenty four hours. There was no space and when I arrived in San Francisco he had died the night before the last time I saw Jeff. He was in a drawer at the morgue. Nee opens it out. And they showed me him and I spent a few minutes him and I held his hand and said goodbye devastated by the fact that I wasn't with him and couldn't reach him and didn't see him before he died and also and I miss him terribly. I mean just terribly. He's been gone almost three years now and I'm still sick. I'm very lonely. You know it's hard to live alone and be sick alone and as many of your friends as you have and I have good loving friends and a great support system people cannot be sick for you know and they can't suffer you and they can't be with you all the time. Jeff had you during the time he was able to do and he did. Have someone fulltime you. I took him to the hospital and I took him to the doctor and I fed him and I cooked. I mean I. I did what I wanted to do but then Jeffrey was gone and I was alone and you get a cat by herself and there was nobody takes care of me who the hell is going to get into a relationship with somebody WHO's probably. GonNa die soon you know they don't WanNa put themselves through that. Most of the people who my friends are dead. Most of my friends are dead and at this age. That shouldn't be on forty two. Yeah and it's not natural by any definition of the word natural. It's natural at this age to have lost most of the people love. And so you throw yourself into politics. The images I've seen of you in the last couple of years. Why senior on television. I seen you in a very very activist. Roy Yes so it's been a hasn't been aged Has I was One of the people along with Larry Kramer and Vivian Shapiro and Tim Sweeney and a couple of other people who founded act up which became a whole new phase of activism. Not only for me but for the community in general and it's a new kind of activism because it's created a coalition which we would never able to achieve in the seventies stacked up is composed of gay people and straight people women and men black and white you know and effectively act up has been a very interesting experience because all these people have one thing in common and they want to put it into the AIDS crisis when by any means possible.

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America has plenty of toilet paper, makers insist

Dana Loesch

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

America has plenty of toilet paper, makers insist

"Toilet paper manufacturer says anger run out Choctaw county plant it's going to be meeting the nation's demand for toilet paper I'm from Saddam's **** intellect in the wake of the corona virus pandemic as nervous shoppers are stripping grocery variety store shelves the tissue Georgia Pacific not nee Olin mills working to turn it out there for more than nine hundred people and god love on their produce in that bath tissue I hope safely with gloved hand sanitizers and masks so they said don't you worry Georgia Pacific's gonna keep you all covered in paper I bless

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RT launches The Nobody Zone in five languages

podnews

02:45 min | 4 months ago

RT launches The Nobody Zone in five languages

"The latest from our newsletter at Poured News Dot net. What out of the blue. I just said now tell me about all the other murders in Kelly. Some crimes are never seen which one you talk about. The nobody's own anu six Parsh- true crime podcast from Archie and third year. That's a true crime stories set on the streets of London. But it's interesting because it a first artie. They're making it available in five languages English Danish Spanish German and Irish. Nobody's own is a cupboard action third ear productions in Denmark spotify. His redesigned is podcast. Show pages show trailers and are given a prominent position at the top of the episode list. And it also has category browsing buttons as well. It's rolling out on. Irs We don't see it on Android yes staples built some new stores called staples connect in the state of Massachusetts Lucky Massachusetts. Each of these new stores have podcast studios as well and spreaker has very proud to offer discounts for all staples connects. Podcast studios uses listening to podcasts. Conference has confirmed its headline speaker. It's Sarah Caning the host and Co Creator Of Award. Winning podcast. Cereal not unique detailing the conference. He's on June the twenty fifth in downtown Los Angeles in California. Yes it's in the biltmore again. Why every hotel room is still nine hundred. Seventy Five Nick. Kwara ways in the podcast. He likes it. The horse radio network is celebrating posting over ten thousand episodes. The podcast network has been in operation since two thousand and eight and includes daily morning. Show horses in the morning which is now at two thousand. Four hundred episodes. Nee No yes. I just isn't to this. Podcast is a weekly podcast recommendation. Newsletter for women. You'll find it links from our episode notes and I'm used today also linked a free podcast conference yesterday in Providence Rhode Island called W. F. E. S. lineup features Andy Mills and acted Mayo and speakers from stitcher and w. n. y. c. and thanks to our latest supporter called the podcast news. No idea what they did and it cost us the first live podcast on Broadway. Of course it has to be true crime. True crime obsessed takes to the stage on June. The first daily podcast covering video game news has launched gaming right home is new from the makers of the tech me right. Home and bad on paper is a weekly podcast bringing you. The people products and books you need to know about it already has one hundred and twenty five thousand monthly downloads and facebook community with ever four thousand members

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"nee" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

07:04 min | 7 months ago

"nee" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Seven eight. Okay well I disagree. No there's different realities. I'm just saying the woman hasn't looked your old friend. Merrill hasn't looked in the box yet yes so for Merrill the cat is alive and that's why she thinks it's thirty one. Okay yeah that makes sense that she thinks cancer against thirty one. Because it's been in the house for the house's smell that's crazy. Alternate realities are very interesting. I'm interested get caller interested shall shall we dance. We have to ask. Okay Adam. We do this where we just. We employ people to rate and review. And if you guys are still on your damn asses not reviewing rating and telling at least one friend then I want nothing. I want nothing to do with you. I totally really agree not only. Are you an irresponsible irresponsible. And ears. fungible podcast listener. You're just a jerk your garbage and can can you say that to them Adam in some way to make them feel bad about themselves if they're not reading reviewing joining our patriots. Yes but I think there might be a different tactic here or that. You guys are not employing. I think that I think it's better to be too cool for school a little bit and to say to everyone out here in the multi verse. WHO's listening to this podcast? We don't care if you review it. There are so many people reviewing your reviews probably wouldn't be good enough. I bet that if you wrote a review right now we wouldn't read it on the air. This review would be real poo Poo bananas and not cool. Cool cool stuff here like the reviews we got from Robert Downey junior and Denzel Zo and Scott stapp from creed been writing and and you know what well that is. This is good because because you know what's crazy is that you guys shouldn't write reviews because you know who wrote a review and that matters most who Paul Tompkins he did. Paul Tompkins of of the celebrity of comedy. Yeah celebrity of comedy. Let's hear it. He wrote. Who are you to not listen to this? And he wrote this on Tuesday. And it's by Paul F Tompkins begins a man and Maria are pure magic separately. Together they are beyond magic and just plain irrefutable science. They are hilarious and their report is intoxicating the big ones. podcast is the perfect expression of their comedy. Their kirks quirks their there thoughtfulness and their humanity. So what if they are my friends. Why do you think I liked them in the first place? Who wrote this nets? Paul F Tompkins the king accommodate. ooh We have got to screen shot that and posted to instagram right now. I can't screech my phone anymore because my button doesn't work anymore. This button in here and this is why you. That's good podcast. Just like he did also join our patron if I mean we don't care if you do but Maria And I both need new iphones. Oh God it also. Did you feel like with Patriots. It's like you're saying oh a dollar a month will get you the the ride. Yeah that's like it come on. Is there anybody out there. Who has the guts to give twenty dollars among you guys? None of you of the ball. Anybody out there have the hoodies take. Does anyone have the jumpers to actually tower dollars almost better than spectrum. You get all those letters from I get so many letters from I'm spectrum saying they chose me specifically at I I read it. I go Rin but this is better. This is better. I think that if you're GONNA DO PATRIAE on don't do it. You're on the JV team go ahead and give a cool thousand dollars a month and you're on the Varsity baby why Bj where you could be varsity when you'd be diversity player or make a hook shot over a real really tall eleventh grader gift Patriot on. But we don't need it. We don't want it you know what don't give it. We're fine keep your money. Keep your damn money because you know what you're too scared to give it. Yeah scared and I bet you're too scared to get that Tattoo that you've been wanting only two. I'm sorry I took it I. Just I'm getting people get tattoos. You wrote a review didn't you. Did he wrote a revival at that review and you. Oh you did well. This is the thing. 'cause I we got this wild review and I posted it too. Had I said this the diction and sounds familiar and I posted to instagram. And then somebody looked into my DM's and said might have been me. I don't think I looked into for your. DM's luther stories. So that's what I knew. Somebody hacked my phone. Probably she doesn't understand. How stories works? You think that personas your stories able to hack into your well. I posted this on stories. Adam clearly got my log in and Password and he watches stories just for me. Those are my story. You're watching your stories but Amanda what did it say. Do you remember birth. I mean you will find it and we'll post it so what we're GonNa do right now is we're GonNa take a break and then when we come back we're GONNA get into our big big one. Okay everyone ready. So are you so So sit tight and listen to these words from our sponsors his and or back so Adam W- usually we find big ones in all different kinds of places is this is from a book of Chuck. Kloster Manhattan so no here we go. It's actually really fun game of hypothetically if I get very emotional Be careful here. We go okay. This is from Chuck Claustrophobic. Hypotheticals fifty questions for insane conversation. Dan Oh dear so here we go. You have a brain tumor though. There is no discomfort at the moment. This tumor will unquestionably kill you. In six months however your life can and will be saved by an operation. The only downside is that there will be a brutal incision to your frontal lobe. After the surgery you'll be significantly less intelligent. You will still be a fully functioning adult but you'll be logical you will have a terrible memory and you'll have little ability to understand complex concepts or difficult ideas..

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Where is China's economy recovery coming from?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Where is China's economy recovery coming from?

"To possibly slash probably inter related items with which to begin on this Wednesday item. The first we learned this morning that the Chinese economy grew six point four percent in the first quarter. That's from your earlier and for those not keeping score at home that is more growth than a whole lot of people expected item. Number two from the Wall Street Journal. There is talk that there might be some kind of U S China trade deal signing ceremony come late may or early June, which gets us to the synthesis part of this program. How does news item one a recovering Chinese economy fit into news item to Chinese trade talks? Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson gets us going. The question is whereas China's economic recovery coming from and the answer is mostly it's government. Nee concentrate is a researcher at the rhodium group. The biggest economic policy story for China over the past three years has been this deleveraging effort that the government pursued to reduce debt. China had been trying to tamp down on lending to boost its financial stability, but as growth slowed last year its priorities shifted to boost growth, it's now encouraging lending particularly to Chinese corporate. What was previously a stifling effect has now become a driver of growth again corporate barring has shot up to a six year high according to data from the China beige book, which tracks the country's economy by surveying thousands of Chinese companies Shahzad khazei is its managing director. This is almost entirely a credit driven or credit soak recovery. What you see is that anybody who wanted to loan in Q one got one. And that is really what has propelled this Q one recovery. The Trump administration had previously argued that China's weakening economy would motivate Beijing to close a trade deal. So the question now is whether that leverage goes away with its current economic rebound doesn't think so he says China's still wants. An agreement Issoire produce trade policy, professor at Cornell agrees, the US has some leverage over China because China clearly wants to deal, but preside cautions US doesn't have a huge vantage in these negotiations. Either the White House also wants to deal US financial markets also seemed to have been boosted by the prospects of a U S China trade deal. So I think it could have a negative effect on both financial markets and economic activity in both countries if a deal is not struck precise. The question continues to be what that deal look like and how comprehensive it might be.

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"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Like, I think that's not. I mean, I love to be on stage. We don't think that's why I've been doing it for a while. And I really had to like, and I'm still not sure like I really had to like go over. In my mind gun, and again, like it should I be is it how important is it that this is fun? Like, you know, like, I was describing someone I used to be a long distance cyclist in in New York. And so during the summers I would ride with a group. There was a group of like ten of us, and we would ride like three thousand miles over every summer. It was absurd. Like, we would do two centuries every weekend. If you look at me now, you can tell I don't do that. And so. There was like a night where we were having drinks with each other and everyone around the room somebody had asked what are you thinking about while you're on mile seventy of day two and person after person was like, I am in the zen place. I am calm. I am happy. I am all of these beautiful, and they got around to me, and I was like fucking eating meat every mile for me is like motherfucker motherfucker motherfucker. And like, and I was so betrayed that. We were not having that. I never wrote again, I literally watch away. And I was like I thought we were all in together. I though we were all miserable. Together, we weren't miserable. Together wasn't about the misery. It was they were actually in a completely different place while an yeah. And I was out and they all became like ultra marathoners like these people hall actually turned out as that that world of people who massacred images like expanded they became the forefront of that. And I did not belong with them. But I just. Like, it was the betrayal of like, oh, I thought we were all miserable. So funny. If you ever want to go on like, a very slow and angry hike, lemme know. I'm all I'm all about that. Yeah. This was such a great conversation of thank you so much for making time. Actually, I I can imagine. How busy you are? And I just want to ask you before sending you back into your day if you could shout out Queiro, so like somebody or something that may you feel like you can be who you are today. I for me. It was actually a journalist back in the eighties. Randy shell who was writing. He wrote the original Harvey milk book they bought autobiography he wrote and the band played on. He was extraordinarily. And he was the first person to show me that there was that. There was this larger community that was worth following an journalistic way, it's a very nerdy answer. But no, I it's like I ate up his stuff. I thought it was going to be a journalist at one point. And he was incredible. And did not did not survive the crisis. Well, thank you for shouting that person out I have never read any of their stuff. So this is exciting for me to have new person to care about and silkwood silk litter, the things that I've learned. Yeah now, but just those two things nothing else. Chris. Thank you so much absolute this is a delightful. This episode of Korea sponsored by billions on Showtime. This is the season where everything changes enemies, become allies allies, become attaches, starring EMMY award winners, Paul giamati and Damian Lewis. Don't miss the new season of billions Sunday Merck seventeenth at nine pm only on.

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"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"But a lotta times on this podcast. I try to think about it just like work. You know, it's just like these are just our jobs that were just really normal people who have a job that people are more invested in than most people's job. Like most people don't like go to court to watch a lawyer, whatever and also. Rewarded for doing our job than most people? But then to this job, you know, it's like thing that you do to make money as thing the impact world. And I think that there are a lot of people who maybe they're starting their careers. And they're not sure how to go noon interview. I think about this all the time. You know, I really do. I think about this when tour I have a chance to meet like so many different types of people face to face. Because I live in LA. And from Chicago lived in Boston, all of those things it's like for many people that would be your your radius would be the folks around you. But I just travel so much for work. And so many people hang out after shows they talked to me, and I feel like I get the question about like where do you get suits? I get that all the time. Oh, yeah. And for me, it's also a very unusual place where. Sometimes I'll be like, well, you know, the best option is if you could have it made for for your measurements. But the one that's expensive and number two. That also requires a Taylor who will treat you with respect. Yep. Who did who doesn't make you feel harmed? Yes. And by the way, like even here in LA, I've been I've been in situations. Oh, one hundred percent having we're I feel like very unsafe in like judged and weird body feedback that didn't need to happen. Also. It's not like I have like it's not like I. Am dropping like a zillion dollars every day on suits. Like, that's not what I wear most of the time other closed, right? And then, you know, then I'll say to folks like we'll have had really positive experience as at Nordstrom like I try to give folks like some like helpful feedback. They don't. But like, maybe you don't have. Yeah. Paul smith. I love their soon as they don't. They don't always fit me. Right..

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"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Of out, but in a very complicated way, it was complicated, especially for for performers, which I wasn't well, first of all that makes me about to burst into tears the idea of lunchroom, bad launcher? Yeah. And it was it. It was and still knowing those people like that's still no those people, and that's still it's really funny because we often look at like, so Abraham is one of the Ps didn't has been there since the beginning of modern family. So we're always like we have all the age. Like, obviously, Peter queers folk, but also the foster so he's like, I'm doing the young kids, Peter sake and care of the middle and Abraham is taking care of the adults and then Christos in they're doing obviously, the most incredible stuff on grays. And and there's something like it was a very small program. But if you look at the four boy those four voices alone. I believe that that's amazing. I mean, there's something happened in that room that man who was like an old version that he is a club. Cafe quaint. Let's put it that is a different version. There was a lot that wasn't politically correct. There was a lot of like whatever else was in him. But he just kept saying to all of us and fear. He's the person who kept telling me, I was too Butch. But that's fear from what he had gone through like, but he was also saying to us live your life and speak up and speak out. And I look at what that I can't deny with those four people and how we came out and how we're all writing very clearly to try to change some of those. Perceptions. Yes. And I will also say a little less modern family, just because I tend to not watch comedy, I because it feels like work, but all of those other shows very impactful in my life. Yes. Thanks. Yes. Lately. Like all those shows. Look, I truly do and. Yeah. I guess it was running. All right. So this is how often do you have to? I would imagine very often that you have to represent your show now like be the face of your show. Yes, I'm I'm very much the face of the show, which is what a weird way to get around. It's like this information knowledge like your way to Butch. You're like, okay, cool. Then I'll like go behind the scenes, and then like there's later internalized like I've spent my whole life. I like, I'm obviously, I'm an achiever, and I'm a big presence cinema strong personality. And like I wanted to fight for my space at the table my spot at the table. And every time I go to sit at that table. I feel like a fucking kid at adults table like I don't feel like I belong like I had a friend years ago Vanessa God sin when I first moved out here. Who would I was going to an Xs wedding. Like, you said this moment, she was like, you need a good suit. Right. And it was about giving me something. So that I could walk into a room and not feel like whip for all, you know, this will. And so of noxious, but like I've I've won all the awards. I've gotten like I have I've had a crazy career, right? I should feel incredibly. Present at my table at my place at the table. And yet I always walk in and feel and feel like I didn't wear the right clothes. I don't have the right hair. I still always feel that otherness which I'm clearly combating. I never feel like I'm I fit into a space. Even as the world is changing. I don't think that sounds obnoxious. Maybe I'm not our listeners right in and tell us. No, I I think what you're speaking to. It's it's so specific sometimes when you work in entertainment industry, because like we're so up on our own ashes, and like celebrity is it's a new cycle and civic concerned very insular to talk about what it's like..

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"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"She's not like no n of ball hit isn't really help. She's like, yeah. We actually a generation of like of kids who are going to. I mean, they're already on their way there who are going to graduate from medical school and talk about doc being the reason why Forbes did a study for girls, I think it was like six to eleven maybe a year or two years ago. And suddenly, the number one thing that girls want to be when they grow up is a doctor, and that's like, you know, everyone's sort of quits that to this show, which shows you. Just how powerful our voices are anyone right now in this world who isn't taking their their great privilege to have access to television. And isn't putting something out there that they can stand behind, and that isn't actually actively moving the needle like, I'm I I'm really been working on this idea of like, we we we all know we have to work on our unconscious bias, but that's not enough anymore. Like, I'm I'm a big advocate right now in conscious advocacy that you have to actually dig deeper and and not just a race the negative. That's in your brain. But go find things that you can do that move the needle towards the positive. Absolutely. Yeah. Well, I all's and oh, you know, that makes me I mean, the last time that I remember hearing about something that moved things that it's like legally blonde is is the one that like massively affected the number of women that were planning to lost. My sister's literally in that group of people that went to law school like post, and I'm not I don't know that she would put it's like, but it did happen and. Really affected, the specifically like Harvard, but also like everywhere, there was a huge uptick in women going to law school weakness. Forget we forget, I mean, there was this. There's a there's a well known story..

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"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I just I didn't think of that. And that's brilliant have. Yeah. Exactly is huge. There's a huge gets. Yes. Wouldn't like I could look like they're. Yeah. Because they because they would have a problem with it. And also because they'd be squandering the eyeballs of how exciting it is to get those folks. And I wasn't clear like they never said that they, but they were clearly Disney was nervous leading up. They never said that they were going to do that. But like that was my thinking going into it. I just wanted to make sure and it is so interesting that like that episode is about being prepared in an emergency. That's what the evidence about it just happens to have to moms. It has these two kids. There's a there's an earthquake in their little world and they get separated. And it's about having an emergency plan. That's what it's called an emergency plan. And and it has nothing to do with them. You know, it's just that subtle thing. I remember having someone in a in a kid's TV conference say. So if we were gonna have. A mother who was gay like, how would we what would you? How would you say that? How would you like would you would you do that without talking about sex? And I was like you call the mom and mom like like, that's all it is you don't have to say, and then they sleep together, and they cut some like. It's like, yeah. It's just not there, and it isn't necessary. It's having a kid who like in the first few seconds of that episode. You know, there's a huge dragon character who says, you know, if you wanna go with me, you gotta ask your moms. That's it. They go history made moms. Man. That's I mean, it's so RAD also the show. Is. I mean, I'm familiar with it. And like think it's awesome love it. But maybe for folks that don't know that might be listening because maybe they're not like as up on children's TV. First of all, I will say it is like a monster hit. I know you sort of said that early like a month. Yeah. Say it it doesn't mean the same as if you said, but yeah, no monster monster hit which is look nobody thinks that I'm the person behind that show. And what's so funny for me is like I was such an east village. Like again, head shaved like doing downtown theater person. The idea that I would end up doing some of the most mass media stuff for kids. He's really fucking funny. And I am not I am like the bad girl of preschool TV, and I don't don't really fit into what anyone expects for someone to be doing and writing. I'm a I'm a, you know, I'm an intense energy. I, you know, on my wall work is if the praise small and petty because I'm a fighter and I fight for shit. And yet my shows are just these like. Unbelievable love letters to communities, and that's really what they are underneath everything. The show is about a little girl who's a doctor stuffed animals and toys, but for me like the thing. I'm always writing about is just it's it's it's disparate communities. So I, you know, an animation terms like people hate me because I have these huge casts, but it's all about creating these these worlds where people take care of each other. And she also actually does the job like because it's like in her imagination. She's like really is a doctor. Yeah. Yeah. She is. And I think that's also runs a hospital. I think that's a cool part of it too. Because you know, think about how kids play and also a way to it. It is true to help kids play. But then it also is a way of doing Mirroring or or aspirational programming for like for young women. Anyone just culture female or anybody who's person color because she like legitimately is a doctor..

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"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Hey, I want to I just want to go back to this before. I forget. Yep. Here's a question. You said Sesame Street, and you timestamped it, and it was when when did you start working there like vaguely ninety six I want to say, here's like another. I mean, I'm not assuming that this. I don't have any idea that this happened there. But it is a man thinking about in. We don't really talk about anymore. How much focus is used to be placed on them protecting kids from gay people. I feel like the second that marriage equality like happened nationally that was dropped as a talking point so quickly that even just like any. No, it's like we've had so much news sense. Then right conversation has shifted to like bathrooms and right. I just think we like, well, the guy that that, you know, even was like such a it was like so shoved honor. And I like literally does it do not Anita. Bryant thing. Like, the the thing that went up, the west coast and up to Seattle was it was all about teachers, and they were the focal point was not letting. Yeah. I mean, I have a lot to say about this like it. Those of us who were in the business of working for kids television in around ninety six ninety seven aren't extraordinarily scarred. By there was a show called postcards for BUSTER. And they did in episode that wasn't about gay parents. But the character had, you know, the there was a live action component to that show. And it was a PBS show and the family that they were visiting on. This one episode was clearly had two moms. It was not overtly said that's not what the episode was about. But the backlash was huge. I mean, you know, channels canceling not show there are a lot of gays in this end of the business and people who want to do the right thing, and it has been the third rail. And we anyone who's been around long enough really had that in their head. And what's interesting about moving to where I am now. With a great position of power is first of all they were interesting places where I realized I was behind. We were first doing press on doc. I I just assumed they weren't they would want to queer wash my background. And and actually the Disney PR team didn't want to at all they were kind of leaning into it. And I was like oh my God. Why was I so ready to sell that, you know, like, I'm not gonna lie. But, but they that was not an issue, but the process of pudding, you know, any kind of queer content for younger kids has been an absolute third rail in it's for exactly that reason there is still some idea..

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"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"nee" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"We're only looking for whatever is going to bug someone else. And that people were really it's road rage. That's what it was. But the thing they saw that they could call out on me was dike. But it happened all the time and afterwards it suddenly felt like a completely different thing because I felt the power and the meaning and the truth, and you kind of have to take those blinders off often go we're not there yet. There's a lot towards who. I am as I walked down the street this as actually true. I also it's well, here's an experience. I had literally last night. I was at the stand up show that I host. Tuesday nights at the theater, and this comic who I've known for very long time of who's a straight man end like a very comics comic like really like beloved. Got up on stage in he's like, a straight, dude. I literally have known him for like ten or fifteen just forever and. He said this thing in passing about like, it wasn't even it was like a random qualifier. I wish I could remember the wording us like. And I mean, this is like the most progressive show in town. And he said it like like he was a negative thing. Yeah. Yeah. It was like it was like a like a like a slam or like a. It was so weird to me. Because I I was like, you know, the difference between the shown like maybe every other show is that like there to queer hosts. And if you are a straight person, you say the word the F word, we don't rebuke you for several years or maybe ever because that I don't wanna hear that. Like, it's just like knowing audience hates it. It's not it's stupid. It's like bad comedy. And I was I was just thinking to myself. Like, man, I I wonder and that makes that just the way they said it was like it was like he was an an alternate reality. And this very extreme version of comedy. It's literally like, do you think I could talk about my life as a straight man, right? But I just choose to talk about this life where I don't love to hear that word. Like is that like is that you think that I'm like creating this is like this really excessive like. Like the space is just like teaming with like, I literally I mean, it's like we're in yet. Lisa over-correction on everything. Like, this is, you know, I- individually, I feel for all of the wonderful straight white writers who I know who are super talented and right now, I do think they're in a place where like people want to hire someone else..

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Eric, Stacey and One Year discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Eric, Stacey and One Year discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"So remember if you win the lottery, you get a choice either you can get paid out in smaller installments every year for you know, decades like an annuity until you've received the whole jackpot or you can be paid out in one lump sum all at the beginning. And if you choose to accept the smaller installments every year, you won't be able to overspend all your new money, maybe even run out of money. I mean, we've all read those stories of people who go bankrupt after a few years. Once they win. So if you get paid in instalments, at least, you're guaranteed to still be richer over time, these even if you blow all your money for one year the next year, you'll still get paid again until you remain satisfied with your financial life more than before you one. At least Eric actually doesn't buy that though, he doesn't by the you should necessarily take installments instead of a lump sum. So there is this very strong idea that too often hear that people win the lottery that just squander the money within a few years. So they just traveled to our spend all the money and then have enough on their on happy. We don't see that data. So when we look at how people spending money they seem to spread out how spend this money over an extensive period of time. And this is also the just on the lump sum prize. So doesn't seem to matter. Whether they win an annuity or a lump surprise this. Pundit and a similar fashion. This our results goals against these idea that lottery winners just come humble their wealth lump sum. Stacey year nee oh lump sum. Yes. I manage my own money. Thank you very much.

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"nee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"nee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The Texas Rangers our friend Eric nee Dell and I was thinking the, other day this is not too many years away from being in the World Series and now you're in a total. Rebuild is that kind of is that expected was that expected for till I fall apart so relatively. Quickly well I don't know if it's that quickly when you look back to twenty eleven you realize that Adrian bell trae Elvis Andrew so the only guys left. From twenty eleven and. Elvis is, the only one left from twenty ten but it's so hard to keep teams together now and given that. The Rangers are kind of a, medium, budget team I think it makes. It, even harder case that being said, it is kind of. In a in a total rebelled I'm kind of curious what the thinking is why you would trade the back end of your bullpen does that mean that they think that maybe they're not going. To be really. Contenders in the next couple of years and you can keep building from the bottom I think that's it I mean Kiani killer had Humour years of control that was probably the most difficult decision for them. Looking ahead to the, year after next they certainly don't expect to be a championship team next year the. Year after, unlikely it's, probably. The year after that that they're focusing, on given that they traded a guy with two years of control to. Get prospects who they can control three. Four five years from now okay that? Also being said guthman and there are some? Kids out there? It, looks like there's some pieces that could. Could build what does a kid and, you're around this team all the time, have. A night like that with his family in the stands for the first time having night like that, what does that do for everybody else that's young and is expecting a call it better are hoping to be here, I think it definitely gives them confidence because Ronald Guzman is not a guy who excelled in the minor leagues he. Was a pretty good player when it came to the big leagues he's had the ability to make. Adjustments he's gone through some slumps in fact he was in one until Wednesday when he had three hits in the Rangers last home game before coming here but? He seems to be. Intelligent enough, to make whatever Adjustments, are needed either based on what the pictures are. Doing to him or what he's doing, mechanically that he's always been able to come out of it when you look at, this team now when they win they hit more they're hitting a barrage of of his now in home runs and you saw that last night pitching however it's, another, story is that hard. On. Both facets of the game they hit us say we have to. Score one hundred runs because they give up ninety nine and the pitcher's getting nervous because every time they get a lead they give it back I don't it's old fashioned Rangers baseball this is really the traditional style the Rangers. Have had for for many many years but I don't know that these guys. These guys are so young I don't. Think they think of it that way at all these are guys who were fighting for their big league lives. And they're just trying to make sure that they can stay in the, big leagues or start on next year's. Team everybody's auditioning right now. There are, too many good position players for the number of positions and I think that's the focus rather than worrying in. A specific game that if they don't score ten runs If you're not, going to, win as with the pitchers there to, the Rangers are desperately trying. To put together next year is pitching staff now and it's. Pretty much auditions going on and I think a lot of, the focus is on that rather than we don't want to blow this game where we're gonna lose this game night. Eight we don't store. Ten runs in win at ten to nine Eric has always thank. You very much we'll be right back with more of the Nissan pre-game show on the WFAN Yankees, radio network It's hard to.

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West Nile Virus Mosquitoes Found In Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

The Mike Pintek Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

West Nile Virus Mosquitoes Found In Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

"O'clock it's very international line rose Ryan Douglas crews have had to change tactics in. Removing the train cars and containers that derailed Sunday near the l. RT station on the south side here's Katie radios Joe DO workers started by using a large construction cranes hoists containers. Into the air now they're dragging some railcars in containers down the steep hillside, to be trucked away. Or place back on the rails Norfolk Southern. Spokesman Rudi husband telling the Katie a radio morning news once we get the containers out of the way and. The debris picked up then. We'll start trackwork we have about a thousand feet of track we need to. Replace he estimates, repairs will last into tomorrow still no word on the cause. Of the derailment Joe on NewsRadio ten. Twenty Katie k. a. investigators say six staff members at a Mercer county. State prison we're sick and By a suspicious substance yesterday the workers were searching a cell and, packing inmate property at the. State Correctional Institution at Mercer when they either came into contact with a substance or someone, who had contact with that substance. All six were treated, at. A hospital five were released later that day but the sixth required the administration of the opioid overdose antidote nee lock zone more Pittsburgh neighborhoods are targeted. For mosquito treatments. By the Allegheny county health department after some -squitoes samples tested positive for West Nile. Virus those are Hazelwood south side flats south side slopes mount Washington belt Silver Spring of xenobiotics e twenty we'll be done this Thursday from eight to ten thirty PM if it rains. They'll do it Monday the treatment not harmful to people or pets is intended, to kill adult mosquitoes. And minimize the risk of transmission of West. Nile virus Rick gates back on the witness stand testifying against his former boss Paul Manafort in federal court in. Alexandria Virginia Manafort the president's. Former campaign chairman is charged with Bank and tax fraud stemming from this special. Counsel Robert Muller Gatien boy from CBS's Steve Dorsey after gates told the court yesterday he worked with Manafort to commit financial crimes gates detailed some of the overseas show companies they use to. Help fund money through accounts in Cyprus. But prosecutors say Manafort alternate led, efforts to hide millions of dollars from the IRS in falsify financial, records some. Of America's closest allies are going to defy President Trump's Iran sanctions Vicki Barker at the foreign desk in London where British Foreign minister. Alistair Burt says no offense Mr., Trump but, British firms will have, British, government backing if, they choose. To defy the new sanctions is good pump shit between freedoms requires us to, take a stance when. We think it's important to do so echoing the position that the sanctions have no legal force here and that as terrible as Mr.. Trump may have felt the old, Iran nuclear deal to be it. Was less terrible the no deal at, all on. Wall Street effort Tillerson says the Dow is up one hundred sixty seven points at twenty thousand, sixty nine In sports. Pirates play in Colorado again tonight it's one zero three. Time to call the experts at wolf consulting Pittsburgh's leader in computer support for small and. Mid sized, businesses visit, wolf consulting, dot com triple a. traffic AccuWeather next.

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364 children reunited with families after being separated at border

24 Hour News

04:08 min | 2 years ago

364 children reunited with families after being separated at border

"Anytime anywhere KCBS news time to twenty in a surprise move Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has withdrawn one of President Trump's judicial nominees just minutes before he was set for confirmation vote McConnell pulled the nomination of, Ryan bounds who is up for a seat on the ninth US circuit court of appeals based in San Francisco judicial nominations are rarely pulled back at such a late stage unless the nominee does not have the support to pass and apparently that was the problem and the two senators from bounds home state, of, Oregon. Democrats Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden objected to his nomination as well, the unexpected retirement of supreme court Justice Anthony Kennedy is thrusting the issue of abortion into the campaign spotlighting California KCBS has Doug Sovereign says abortion, rights groups in, San Francisco endorsed Gavin Newsom for governor both. Sides on the abortion issue it will galvanize their voters maybe making the difference. In some key races this November Planned Parenthood and. Narrow pro-choice endorsed Gavin Newsom for governor an endorsement Newsom accepted with a message for, the women of the Golden State if I am your next governor I. Had your back I will be your. Champion Newsom said that is not true of his Republican, opponent John Cox who opposes abortion even in. The case, of rape or incest this is extreme even by extreme standards hawks declined to respond Amy Everett nee rows California director says the nomination, of. Brett Cavanaugh to the high court means the possible repeal of Roe v Wade is no longer an abstract concept. We are going to be out. There with our two hundred twenty thousand members knocking on doors, calling, our, members but here in California and across the country. We're going to be at every rally. We're going to be in every neighborhood canvassers may cross paths. With those. Of the anti Abortion forces Cecilia Cody. Is with the California right to life educational fund is also very energized we. Are already knocking on doors and, trying to make sure. That people realize the issues. And get out the vote issue that'll become white hot. Ones Kavanagh's confirmation hearings begin, in San Francisco Doug sovereign KCBS the Trump. Administration says it, has reunified three hundred sixty four children ages. Five and older with. Their families after they were separated at the US Mexico border there are still hundreds of kids who must, be reunited with their parents by next. Thursday's court imposed deadline the Trump administration and the ACLU are due back in court in San, Diego today and, a group of protesters demonstrated yesterday yesterday morning. Outside the west county detention facility in Richmond KCBS was Melissa Cora says that. The protesters delivered a petition calling for the reunification Of immigrant families Protesters carried signs as they tried to deliver their petition at the west county detention facility protester karleena Martinez is a Berkeley City College student people is really upset about what j. Dwayne. Would they would this, is why they because this year is it started to be The human, being a federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to reunite more than two thousand migrant children separated from their parents at the US Mexico border by next Thursday Martinez under fellow protesters work with the undocumented community resource center at Berkeley City College we haven't document is do we. Have an immigrant is we have all kinds, of races that all that chrome exiles they were on and and, the students feel like. They have a US immigration and customs enforcement spokesman tells KCBS that no immigrant families are being held at. The west county detention facility and in a statement says that ice, respects the rights of people to voice their opinions without interference in. Richmond Melissa call Ross KCBS those protesters were told that no one was available at the west county detention facility to receive their petition so they..

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Jonathan Rhys Meyers Breaks Silence on Plane Incident: 'I Shouldn't Drink — It Doesn't Suit Me'

Lori and Julia

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Jonathan Rhys Meyers Breaks Silence on Plane Incident: 'I Shouldn't Drink — It Doesn't Suit Me'

"Hit a button, under his desk and there were so many women, that were saying like he, was like very Mr. ask, grabby yesterday there was video of this woman at a restaurant and she, was a waitress and this guy comes by he's leaving and he grabs a whole fest Matt lower no no no. But I'm just, saying yeah he turned around and hit him and, called the cops she's like, we don't have to put, up with this anymore I love it anyway You. Know NBC tried to play dumb on all. Of that but they. Had, multiple, complaints. About him over the, years, Matt Lauer just like they did about tally rose I. Know I, am believable yeah so I maybe it hurts you. Matt Lauer but I Netters he's tried to. Get away from him oh I know she has I don't think. I think, they tried, to get away this gave her the perfect opportunity, walkaway and she he's making it sound like his people. With their little spice to six he's trying to. Be gracious she lawyered up. And. Moved out and threw him out the minute, this behavior Public humiliation. For her for who's going to hire him come up okay well, here's what I'm saying it's it's there could. Be all right sorry I'm just imagine things. He, still needs to go. Away for a while he needs another year and he. Needs to figure out a way to do a mea culpa thing he hasn't done his culpa tour he is not he's. Got his family thing dealing. With the divorce in the family and he's got to get back. In there I mean his youngest. Is eleven yeah he's got some guaranteed. To, do before he comes. Back he has a massive MIR Cobra tour to. Go on and talk about what he's done with this counseling Howie is learned from this, how you. Know we haven't heard that part. Yeah he made. One statement Jonathan Reese Smyers breaks silence about his plane incident maybe, the understatement of the year wait a minute He The one that played, Elvis not to be confused with John Jonathan responders from the tour Gators I shouldn't. Drink it doesn't suit me? Really. Okay Stating the obvious, yeah remember he was briefly detained by, LAX police because he got, in this huge fight with his wife on a plane after one year old didn't. They have a miscarriage too? Recently He's had a massive alcohol promise Massa yes and if you listen to if you. Re destroying, people magazine it a he has a very long elaborate excuse. That they were. Flying home. For Peru and it was long flight, and in the baby. Fell asleep and he thought he'd drink he's. He's, he's crazy in. When. You drink one drink on a plane it equals four I swear if you drink two glasses shared nee it feels like five you're really, get more drunk in the air yeah Anyway so he's he's learned is. Less than, seventy politics to anyone who was offended that that incident happened. They learned my. Lesson as soon as I got off the plane, a windswept somebody and. I got back on track immediately so all. Right Wish for the best Jonathan he's, he's a good actor to really making it pretty always. Messes. Everything up All right that's addiction When, we come back oh Hollywood news coming pregnant and hoping for, a natural intervention fever would you like to birth in a home, like setting but desire many? Resources available to you then consider a free standing..

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Wimbledon 2018: Anderson defeats Isner in 6-hour semifinal

24 Hour News

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Wimbledon 2018: Anderson defeats Isner in 6-hour semifinal

"The phillies open their final series before the all star break tonight as they visit the miami marlins phillies held off the orioles last night down in baltimore five to four that raise the record of fifty two and forty and they come into play tonight alone in first place in the national league east now tonight in the series opener in florida jake arrieta will throw for the phillies the veteran right hinder six and six three point four seventy ira miami counters with lefthander way in chen who was two and six within era six point one four phillies lineup tonight against chen sounds like this cesar hernandez leads off at second base and then it's reese hoskins in left field trevor plouffe in right field bats third followed by carlos santana at first base got kingery at shortstop poor hey el faro behind the plate michael franco at third base aaron altair will be in centerfield tonight batting eighth and ariana bats ninth it's a seven tenth start tonight down in miami phillies luis garcia will begin a rehab assignment tonight with aaa away high valley garcia recovering from a wrist injury elsewhere in baseball l a dodgers infielder chase utley will hold a press conference this evening multiple reports that the former phillies star will announce he is retiring after the two thousand eighteen season utley thirty nine years old hitting two thirty one this year for the dodgers tennis at wimbledon in men's semifinal action john john is ner and kevin anderson played the longest final match in wimbledon history anderson advances to the final after winning in six hours and thirty six minutes anderson wins seven six six seven six seven six four twenty six twenty four now anderson will play the winner of the other semifinal between novak djokovic and rafi and they all that match going on right now jovic won the first set six four nee doll leads the second set five three that's sports matt leon kyw newsradio thanks so much up next on news radio there's a new pop up shop and it's all about serial so we have a serial flavor ice cream we have actual customer cereal bowls cake climate ask i'll tell you the flavors that are sure to take you back to your have news.

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Google and Uber invest $335 million in Lime scooters

Bloomberg Markets

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Google and Uber invest $335 million in Lime scooters

"Hi carol nine o'clock tonight wall street time isn't president trump announces his pick to succeed anthony kennedy on the us supreme court sources tell bloomberg appeals judge thomas hardiman is solidly in the mix also judges brad kavanagh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic bloomberg supreme court reporter greg stohr says whomever the president chooses is likely to be a reliable conservative both parties and especially the republicans have gotten very very good at picking the type of justice who will be reliable vote for them down the road we don't see as much shift these days bloomberg radio we'll have live coverage of president trump's announcement again it begins at nine o'clock wall street time the face of brexit is out boris johnson has resigned as prime minister theresa may's foreign secretary hours after brexit secretary david davis did the same may is standing firm though on her strategy for leaving the eu the proposal that will take back control of our borders our money and but do so do so in a way that protects jocks allows us to strike new trade deals through an independent trade policy and keep people safe and our union together in his resignation letter johnson accused may have raising the white flag of surrender into goshi with the eu at wimbledon raphael nee dow roger federer and serena williams advanced to the quarterfinals federer did it in straightsets one more those and he'll beat his own record winning streak at the all england club global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm emma chandra is teaming up with line to rent out scooters through in tap line service let's customers renske uses and then leave them on the sidewalk for the next person to pick up uber's investment is part of a three hundred and thirty five million dollar financing round alphabets venture arm is leading the deal which values the scooter business at one point one billion dollars details of the.

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Pennsylvania on its way to becoming first state to give criminal offenders a 'clean slate'

24 Hour News

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Pennsylvania on its way to becoming first state to give criminal offenders a 'clean slate'

"Case will learn monday of suspects ramon williams and carlton hips accept the deal because this is a pending case the da's office is not commenting at this time andrew kramer kyw newsradio kyw news time five zero four there's still much confusion over how to reunite children separated from their parents after illegally crossing the border the trump administration says about five hundred families have been reunited so far but there's still a long way to go as federal agencies swam to reunite children with their illegal immigrant parents news correspondent polo read reports some of them could soon face separation again unless congress takes some sort of action there is a twenty dollar limit on keeping children in government facilities now the attorney general has asked for a modification to that rule but unless a judge grants that request the government nee have to once again start separating families in less than three weeks various government departments including the pentagon are trying to come up with the thousands of suddenly needed beds for those immigrant families president trump presided over an immigration related event at the white house inviting it family members of victims of deadly crime committed by illegal immigrants we call these brave americans the angel families angel mom's angel pops these are the angel families you lost will not have been in vain we will secure our borders tom foty cbs news kyw news time five oh five pennsylvania governor wolf is hailing passage of clean slate legislation the bill is on its way to his desk after final passage in the senate friday explaining now kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo the clean slate measure builds on a law enacted more than two years ago that allowed individuals convicted of low level non violent misdemeanors to petition a court to have the record sealed the bill to be signed by the governor would go farther allowing for records to be sealed automatically with nonviolent misdemeanor convictions ceiling would occur if the person remains crime free for ten years records in cases with no conviction would be sealed a standard policy spokesman j j abbott says criminal justice reform is a priority for governor wolf and the clean site bill will help accomplish that goal by making our criminal justice system fairer more equitable and more focused on rehabilitation the governor praised the legislature for the bipartisan effort to pass the clean slate bill in harrisburg tony romeo kyw newsradio kyw news time five six turning our attention now to.

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North Korean defector battled starvation, ate mice to survive before escaping

News, Traffic and Weather

02:49 min | 2 years ago

North Korean defector battled starvation, ate mice to survive before escaping

"In the north what are your first memories i was a sitting side of this trade and they were selling fried fish because at the time we didn't have rice to eat like me many north koreans her age grace joe grew up hungry was just exhausted tired no energy in the mid nineteen ninety s famine ravaged north korea millions starved to death grace associate on average one meal a week usually rice sometimes what they caught on the floor your grandmother boil mice baby mice yes those first time for mice that's the first time you've eaten in how long remember her father's snuck into china to ask distant relatives for help but on his return home he was captured by north korean authorities and died in custody what happened to the rest of your family well my grandmother she passed away by starvation my two younger brothers tied restoration one of her brothers died when grace was only seven my mom's friend who are supposed to watch him kicked him out on the street for five year old on the streets and that continues to this day yes so sorry not only my family died there are hundreds of families they lost it their family members but grace survived once in china her family applied for refugee status and resettled in the united states she became a us citizen in two thousand thirteen i will say my life completely changed after i can to marry him no longer that starving child is now a student dental assistant and advocate so i think that's called freedom is the very cherish thing for my family and from me millions in the north who suffer now suffer still jeff glor reporting tonight from north korea oakland police are on the scene of a suspect barricaded inside an apartment on the seventy seven hundred block of nee avenue the street is cordoned off for people's safety and police say drivers are being asked to take alternate routes this is again on seventy seventh avenue and avenue in east oakland so far no information on who a suspect is that police are dealing with tonight net flicks is offering eight seasons of the cnn series parts known with anthony bourdain but apparently will discontinue the offering this weekend net flicks routinely freshens its content and the move had been planned before board anes death last friday fans have launched a petition on change dot org.

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"nee" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"nee" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

"Yeah i don't know how much tom cruise got permission about one hundred million for the one movie i don't know how much i know you're right you're right and i think i just say i think color has something to do with that yes i do color has something to do with those those those things we just mentioned are not at very culture is where we've talked about sports it is culture is it's black there's a lot of black people of course in baseball there's spanish in the crowd and yeah i think that's part of the reasons judge to athletics are very diverse and there typically not the same percentages in the normal population yes but also yeah athletes we feel the need to always bring down yeah it's it's a weird tell them how to live their life yeah that's an interesting thing to well i don't know if you guys have not been listening to sims a left go for a long time welcome if you have welcome back it is now time for whoa big offseason we'll big off season came around because every year i would see these stories that were very repetitive and there's a bunch of different buckets for big off season but i would see them and go okay let's see if that actually turns into anything i'll just tell the story again for better part of my childhood there was a wide receiver on the eagles named nee brown and every off season he would go with the first week he would be catching balls one handed up top diving and they'd go neighb round may have finally figured it out and every off season i would be like this as the.

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"nee" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"nee" Discussed on WWL

"Sharing it with us that's phil that's the name of the restaurant is fills and let's see who's next this is larry larry welcome to the food show hey tom hey you recommend a good mexican restaurant for cinco de maya oh boy there's a bunch of them but my favorite one of everything that's out there right now is the el paso grill and the thing i like most about it is that here we have a mexican restaurant that is doing all the regular stuff really well but on top of that they have molay paulblanco the greatest sauce in the world except for bear nee sauce and the best mexican sauce in the history of mankind and that several of them believe it or not there's one on veterans highway just as you come in from from lakeview it's on the lake side of the highway there's there's one in this is in slidell not slidell in also in the north shore where the macaroni grill used to be that's where they are now and this two or three more of 'em el paso grill that's their name it's a chain but it's a louisiana chain is about five or six of 'em scattered around most of the state so it's not something coming in from you know the other side of the country i i've i was there just a week ago and it was and it was really terrific i mean i i every time i go i i always get the that that great dish that we were talking about their minute ago i thanks it's the food show who's next.

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Ex Cleveland Browns' coaches held a fired Browns' coaches party

Ethan Bearman

02:51 min | 2 years ago

Ex Cleveland Browns' coaches held a fired Browns' coaches party

"Onion real headline from w k y c i am not joking about this when real headline report colon x cleveland brown coaches cleveland browns coaches held quote fired brown brown's and why do i keep lengthy brown because i'm thinking of food and that's why i'm starving fired brown's coaches party at the nfl scouting combine that's right let me say that again acts cleveland browns is how they fired brown's coaches party at the nfl scouting combine because it i love the sub had though here from w k y c news hopefully they found a restaurant large enough to host all of them uh oh now add nobody is telling us who which are the coaches took play took part but look at this list of axes romeo craddle pat shurmur mike patine norv turner kyle shanahan bryon deadball john phil de fillipo terry robiskie these are just the of these they all start with the number two in the years that they served that's just a list of former browns head coaches and coordinators by the way no word yet on whether or not the fire cleveland browns coaches summit will become an annual combine tradition moving forward and just got to pick on the browns just because they sock doesn't mean that uh nation we should make fun of them uh how about this headline to them always comparing and i get messages from people sank cockroaches in lobsters are different fine they are i still can call lobsters the cockroaches the sea and tell you what else is now a cockroach that used to be separate real headline from science news it's official termites are just cockroaches with a fancy social life that's right reordering demotes one famous insect group to boat being a mere branch of an equally infamous one this is in science news real story for not the onion the antimony logical society of america's updating its master list of insects nee insect names to reflect decades of genetic another evidence that termites belong in a cockroach order called blatter daya i'm totally mispronouncing that somebody's gonna semi hey male about that that's fine letaba bladder dea i don't know i am not the latin speaker of the group as of february 15th quote it's official termites no longer have their own order said mike merchant of.

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"nee" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"nee" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"And i are are in sort of the 25 percent or above range which is what you should generate to compensate for the risk in a liquidity of venture capital which are both very high you should be looking at how many of their funds graduate from seed two theories age should be looking at who is leading the the series a rounds know if you find a seed manager and their last five deals that have raised nee round have raised from union square ventures and from founders fun dead from gray lock in bessemer and good firms that a sign that that partner at the seat fund is probably very good at what they do you should look at how much they raise you should look at how big their winners are that's one of the things that that sort of paradoxical about venture is that in any venture or angel portfolio the performance of the portfolio is not going to be determined by the batting average of the manager the or the performance is going to be determined by how big the multiple is on the three best investments in doesn't make a little bit of an argument for more diversification rather than less you know that if you only invest in the mirror joined us in a couple of deals like doesn't make more sense to invest in ten or twenty or even thirty yet so so it's a fine balloting point and to propose do it in different ways the accelerators have taken a very broad and chuck on approach and are able to generate the returns that they have generated by investing super early and super widely and so they get the benefit of being in things like for example like the first accelerator backed.

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"nee" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"nee" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Great so i want you to listen to be jason either nothing will happen none of the great part about mine is it's completely wrong so i don't know who's dna they got but it sure as hell eight mine yeah so that's a good times there yeah and i know it's not banned bans because you know how hard it is to get a rottweiler to spitting a tube it's really difficult i have so many jokes but it's a family show fucking oh it's own i it's not as we head nevermind i don't want it this jokes i'm the i'm the i'm the guy that doesn't go across aligned utilize that to you david vitner puts in a little note here that he just to the show with the researcher who did the dna hacking that we covered auto this synthesized dna mel wear with peter nee on cyber wires research saturday that will be linked up in the show notes if you want to go have a listen nice in the news so left sis bluffs its of from the left's his letter who we occasionally like an often don't like because know he's not right allott now you haven't talked about him in a long time i haven't heard his name in like a year or two it'll left geno he he's really moved away from music to just being a tech commentator and i know he has no credentials in tak now now yes i know who which is why i haven't really mentioned daddy of a stuff and generally when it shows up in my inbox i take a look at the top line and then just to lead it because i don't want to read it but recode is now picked him up song no in these things more he wrote an article called 2017 it's the greatest time to be alive and similtaneously the worst now i do agree with this one.

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"nee" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"nee" Discussed on WDRC

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"nee" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"nee" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"We could talk about this for an hour and a half hour he wore view not in you'll like the daily lovesick some in that light you even vaguely disappointed nee even disgusted at yourself because the you you saw yourself a your essence doing you would have done it you would have believed you would have done it by your age won't view not done dave you in your complex sched i mean you will lawrence have arabian can the life what's not been completed the first three things that came into my head of kansai the fourth thing is especially after trying wake boarding early this summer which we spoke about on a previous part yet and they might on then wait boarding today are other paul i now kaleli never snowboarders i quite like being never snowboard f skied of always being processed i've never snowboard boarded now now now i'm i mean just one rung short of the professional level in weight adding i now definitely need to snowboard that something i haven't them you roach i've never seen ghostbusters while the new on all the imo seen the knee will but the one with meant that could they efan god warm weather cast man of the ilva shen i've would what shape it's become almost a core part of how i see myself in his absence some live to fill in our number two it has an age will that film anyway watch it let me know how you feel about it i've never been to japan never set foot in a bullet train never seen the cherry blossom in keo tech difficult and drunkenness salary mubarak even.

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"nee" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"nee" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Nee hunter kenny is the ceo of confluence she is returning to suffering daily for her 3rd episode nee how welcome back to software engineering daily shankillthank you for having me it's it's always great to talk to you about kafka because it's a really popular project it's really popular product that people use and i always like to do a bit of a refresher on what we have these technical product discussions what is it you know what are we discussing so let's let's ease into the topic that we're going to be discussing today which is gonna be kafka's a service and what you're building a confluence and just talk a little bit about why kafka is useful endless start with messaging explain what pubs sub messaging is yeahso for the cool kids pump some messaging is basically like slack for all your companys data and applications where a channel is a topic users send a message justicechannels much like applications would send messages to topics in pops up messaging but a more technical explanation is that pops up messaging is a messaging pattern where was set of publishers they sent messages to topics instead of sending data directly to intended receivers where the receivers do as they subscribe to topics and get access to data there is this fundamental decoupling that is introduced by a pumps a martyr with things are published data and things consume datum lidonorbart each other and hence artfully isolated from changes on either side.

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"nee" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"nee" Discussed on KELO

"That mr combing is exactly what the government nee wall to wall is a good thing out on where your job back at today a little bit concerned april bank it's okay for donald trump to do what is it not okay loyalty is different been honesty and sugar hanan i don't know what's going on today but we'll rich it's interesting richard that the democrats were screaming for colmey scalp because he was telling everybody hillary clinton was under investigation now a lot of republicans are screaming for colmey scalp because he is saying that donald trump tried to influence him i don't think there's anybody who questions james comey's honesty at all there are some say well we don't know why he talked about clinton well you know this net but but nobody is saying this guy is a liar everybody says he is one of the most upstanding civil servants that has ever sir yeah well that's great and the thing about it is i hope that uh being question as a leader the fbi is ready and willing to produce honesty after losing his job and three in what the honesty chang yet him i just hope they carries on with israel can't all right hey thank you for your call this morning this is first light we're taking calls and we are going to cliff in rockford illinois it's your turn cliff good morning gene hey you know you know our word enlargement up our government worker war would pay pickwick eighty percent of people live or work the work with twenty minutes fifteen twenty percent whatever anyway i bet the view of people taken of frequenting all bar revert married a water i hope everybody bread because you know berger in the me good morning very everybody current.

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