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Fresh update on "nelly" discussed on Give It To The People LIVE
"Is there an exception? Is the writing about it, but it is also finding people that they can talk to about it. And I just feel like is there some kind of divine power that is in actually writing out what you feel like? Does it become more real for you to be able to express it when you write? I think that experience is real before you even write about. But our in writing about it is that you're either empowering yourself, you're either accepting a certain part of it. And you're seeing it. This was your own words. It's not anybody else's. It's not coming from your therapist. It's not coming from your girlfriend, your homeboy. It's coming from within. Most animals, thoughts, and the power is. You get the fully expressed every thought you have in that moment. Whether it's working on forgiveness, acknowledging finally that I did nothing wrong. Whatever comes out in that writing, but I think the power is in the person writing for themselves, getting it out for themselves, by themselves, I find it very empowering. Now, that I don't know if you know this, but I would say that people do it for themselves like you say, but do you find or have you found either one of these that the people you work with or yourself have had any negativity because of actually expressing your experience? Yes. Okay. And I'm working with people who some have had no history of sexual violence or abuse and domestic abuse. But everybody has some form of trauma that they've survived. I would so sometimes writing can be triggering. It can make you sad. Again, I always go to anger 'cause a lot of times we get mad about the things that was done to us that we have no control over, right? Bring up nursing emotions for social. And my working is actually 6 weeks long. And one clown of mine we were some great work for weeks and then she I was like, at any moment, if you need to step away from this, we can. So we ate this. You know, because healing is not always pretty. And when you're digging deeper, the more you learn about yourself, the more tools you put in your tool by our moments where you got to say, you know what? Let me breathe and let me go for a walk and maybe I won't journal for a few days. Again, breathe. Out in the world and not focus on working through my trauma in this very moment. Not to forget. Triggered, you know, all sorts of emotions. Yeah, now one thing I was watching a thing with brene Brown, right? One of my Friends has been suggesting brene Brown, suggesting brene Brown. So I sat down today and I felt like in preparation for this, I didn't even get through the whole thing. Because she definitely triggered me with one part that she was talking about. If you guys don't know about brene Brown, check out her name Brown. But I'm watching her. And one of the things that she was talking about, she was. Which one did you watch? The shame versus guilt, which talk. I think that was it because it's on it's on a Netflix. So I was clicking through Netflix because I was doing some work, right? So I'm like, okay, well let me and then it just was there. So I said, well, let me click my Friends been telling me about checking out brene Brown. She told me to buy the book. And she was like, you are very much like that. She was like, she cuss, you would like her too. And I was like, she cuts. Oh, yeah. Let me get into that then. You know, that's my jam right there. And she was like, well, she's just really real. So I click and I'm watching it. And she was talking about that vulnerability and courage are the same thing because it takes courage to be vulnerable to be able to let a person know about whatever it is that you have that's going on. And I really, I'm one of those people who are at internalized things because I need to see how whatever that thing is, makes me feel, right? And I was just thinking to myself like you don't you don't think of things in that manner, but it then correlates to something else that I've been watching. So I've been watching we started watching billions, because that's my late night thing. So billions is a show that's talking about a billionaire. And then you get to see all these people that his life touches because they work for him or they're trying to put him in jail. Either one of the two things. But there is this guy on there. His name is Ben Kim. And Ben Kim is so smart, okay? But Ben Kim is so shy. He's so introverted and he's not confident. And the whole time, I'm Ben Kim is driving me crazy. And it's because confidence is an important thing for me. And I think that, you know, when you look at men you want them to be confident or just people in general, but him not being confident was driving me crazy. Till you get to the same. And in the same she's telling him like, look, you want to have to. You're going to have to get confident in this. Do something embarrassing. Do something that is that's going to make you so uncomfortable so that you can get it out. And then you will see that the most embarrassing thing that you could do is going to be able to open you up. So he does something totally completely embarrassing. Totally completely embarrassing, blows a whole account and everything, you know that was worth millions of dollars. But then he's able to pitch his idea to them. And that vulnerability of him being able to. He started dancing to Nelly hot in here and started taking off all his clothes. In the elevator, it was so funny. And I'm just like, but you know what? When he started doing that, you can see how scared he was and I'm like, oh shoot, what has been about to do? When he starts playing, you hear hot here. I started getting so hyped up for them because I was like, I know he's not getting ready to do this Nellie. I know he's not. And he did it, and it was like that moment made me feel so good for him. Fictitious character. You know, but it was the moment where the person decided that they were going to be confident and courageous in that. But he had to also be vulnerable. And I think that whenever you go through a trauma, people have to realize it is so courageous to tell somebody the first time, but then they keep doing it over and over and own it and understand that, you know, you didn't want to go through it, but there's something that then hopefully blossoms in a good direction for you. So what would you say? Okay, we had the trauma. What good has been able to come from you going through that trauma. And then now being so vulnerable and so courageous. Ask your question again. What good has come from you being so vulnerable and courageous after the trauma has happened? You're still here. You're still standing. You out here writing articles. You putting books out, right? There have to be something that.
Los Angeles OKs one of strictest US vaccination mandates
"New York is working through challenges to various vaccination mandates with some employees choosing the door rather than get their shot a U. S. district judge has rejected a court challenge to New York city's vaccination mandate for school staff the judge cited the harm that could take place to school children the lawsuit was one of several challenges to vaccination mandates in the state which included one statewide for hospital and nursing home workers Northwell health is New York state's largest health care provider since they terminated fourteen hundred employees for refusing to be vaccinated they're given everybody ample opportunity Dr David that Nelly as their chief medical officer I will continue to give people opportunity get vaccinated then and
Marxists Deem All Who Disagree, Even People of Color, Racist
"These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it This country the vast majority of the people in this country are tolerant are benevolent are not racists Otherwise why would this white dominant white supremacy culture allow so many people of color to enter Willy Nelly For a decade after decade after decade If white supremacists and white are really in control I really racist Why would they tolerate any of this And yet listen to the racism that comes from the American marxists Absolutely intolerant Even if people of color blacks Hispanics Asians what have you if they don't go along with the revolution If they don't go along with the Democrat party we saw Larry elder in California This Marxism racism and I'll add anti semitism is now firmly entrenched in the Democrat party in the American media in academia and in entertainment And it's getting worse and worse and worse
"nelly" Discussed on Rework
"Has really employees and real customers like the fundamentals are in the different. We are just like everyone else in the core setup of a business so given the fact that we've proven to believe has tried some of these things and they've worked various levels of success like that's where this real world comes from. It's a defensive posture. It's a way of saying. Oh that sounds difficult without actually having to risk anything right because if you say that sounds difficult i'm not gonna try. That's probably too hard. You end up sounding like. I dunno coward on ambitious. It's much easier to stay under. That wouldn't work in the real world. You're actually the one who's delusional. And that's why it's such an important point to take down because literally every essay that comes after that could have that rebuttal. Sure sure what is it about new ideas that i guess they're expected to fail. Is this like a risk avoidance. Thing is that there's too much money behind. The current status quo. Change is hard and we propose is not subtle change. There's a lot of changes in reworked. Dead very dramatic for how most people run their business so to even contemplate. A handful of these ideas is really daunting and it's much easier to simply rationalize the things you're already doing the wouldn't require you to change anything and say these people are just not that's why they're talking about this. It's not because it's something that's relevant to me because if you allow that these ideas might be relevant to you. You'd have to think about like why aren't we doing these things. If meetings truly are toxic why do we have so many of them. Those are kind of hard questions particularly inside organizations. Were changes and just about changing your mind. That's the other big thing of rework. Rework is difficult and perhaps in some ways. Why rework appeals particularly to people. Starting out stay don't have to convince another fifty people short that this is a better idea. It's interesting to think about the pandemic forcing something like this new idea of remote work onto more traditional organizations and it sucks at. It took something like that. Do you think organization like basecamp was better off from already. Adopting things like remote work where we better off when everyone had to go home anyway. What i think it was easier for us to adapt it. Wasn't it wasn't much of inadaptation we were used to it However it was harder. Because i think i mentioned maybe mentioned this in the last podcast at this. This last year was more like pandemic work rather than remote work. It wasn't remote work nutritional sense where you can literally like a lot of people go to a coffee shop and work like you couldn't do that or go. Co working space. You couldn't do that or library. Couldn't do that because public spaces work. Were closed so people were forced to work at home in. They may not have had the space and maybe they had kids. Our kids were also home when normally they might be at school. Maybe both parents had to be home. It was just the whole thing was tricky really tricky. And so i think that put some pressure and of course people were then also locked down like nelly could they had to work from home in some cases. You couldn't even leave the house you know. We have people working for over the world in different rules in different countries in different lockdown situation. So that was really tricky too. I think that what made it easier for us with simply that we were resilient in this way and we knew how to work remotely all of our tooling base camp is built for remote work base camp the product itself which is what we run our whole business on tour already used to that compared to you know if you're an organization that was fundamentally focused on on meetings in conversations than had been being thrown into for soul searching for a.
"nelly" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Song is that. That is kelly rowland and nelly dilemma. God you're very good. Here is number three. Let's see how you do this role. I love them both status. I'm real jaylo and our rule. God you do know your music. We are in big trouble here. Big trouble guys forever since the beginning so all right and we appreciate that now. It's really paying off. Finally all right..
Nellie Bly Got Her Start in an Asylum
"At the age of eighteen elizabeth became a columnist at the dispatch. She adopted a pen name. As many women. Journalists did at the time thus the name nellie bly was born at the dispatch. Nellie was assigned to write about women's issues early on. She went beyond the typical work of a columnist. To report undercover. She published a series of articles on the condition of women working in sweatshops that she'd reported while posing as a worker herself but after the stories were published grabbing headlines. The factory complained to the dispatch. A nellie was relegated to the office by eighteen eighty six nelly wanted to sink her teeth into bigger stories so she headed to new york city in new york. Nellie found few newspapers willing to hire a woman journalist in eighteen eighty seven. She found her way to the office of the new york world. One of the biggest newspapers in the country. She was given a challenge if she could write a piece on blackwell's island a notorious mental hospital in new york. She'd have a job. Nellie relish the opportunity. She went undercover gaining access to the institution as a patient and spent ten days collecting information. She wrote candidly about the disturbing conditions. She found inside blackwell and published it in a six part series called ten days in a mad house. The articles were a success. They established nellie as an important journalist and they also spurred efforts to reform. New york's mental health institutions. Eventually the city would conduct large scale investigation into blackwell and allocate better funds and more stringent guidelines to medical facilities. Nellie continued her. Investigative work taking on stories about new york jails factories and corrupt in state
"nelly" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"So it's good to resist being a prisoner of the moment. I fully support that. But i think you know credit where it's due because nelly korda is an incredibly good golfer and seems head and shoulders above the rest of the american talent right now. What i think is also in her corners. The fact that her family is filled with athletes. Like i think for anyone male or female just easy to to become complacent at some point in your in your professional career and it doesn't even have to be athletics thing but she literally has her blood pushing her to reach new heights on at all times. You know jessica korda is like basically her number. one supporter. brother is rising talent in in the tennis game. he's playing wimbledon this year like he's ascended himself like if you want to be the best athlete in your family you kind of have to be one of the top five golfers in the world for nelly korda like the stakes only get higher Your inner bragging rights within the family. It's pretty darn cool. They're all. I think they all might be olympians. I'm not sure it's kind of crazy. Weather made it yes sebastian. I think he's probably underrated at this point as a tennis player. I mean i remember when i hearing about it was like oh you know. That's that's a nice story there little brother. He's pretty good at sports too but in hell. He's legit he wanted. Atp event i think a couple of weeks ago Stephen speak so yeah. I mean i think that there is something very real to that. These are not just talented golfers but they did grow up. You know being athletes competing with each other within the family Their age gap is. I think more than people sometimes realize they didn't really grow up playing in the same golf tournaments or anything like that but now they sure are and in jessica's having a really good season but nelly has just taken it That one step further. So i'm really curious to see if we're going to get to know her more She's not been overexposed we. She's an overly private person. she's not She's not overly protective. I think it's just not in her nature to over share Interviews like it's not like she's declining interviews or you know sidestepping questions. She just seems to keep the world at arm's length which is probably a healthy way to approach things. She got aspects of dustin johnson to her. Oh the athletic ability the ability to just go on these birdie runs that are ridiculous. The natural tendency to keep things in word as opposed to sharing them Tall and lanky and like very with her her golf swing. Yeah there's something there I i thought what was very interesting in her. Press conference afterward. She said yeah..
Korda Ends U.S. LPGA Major Drought at Women's PGA Championship
"With the lpga. To nelly korda. Victory at the kpmg women's pga championship. She is a major champion now. Twenty two years old and it feels like late right. Like people are people reacting as if she's off the schneide now it's like she's twenty. Well i think we need to take a step back here really. I just establish the scene. We've got like the backup standard-bearers walking down the eighth playoff hole here at. Tpc river highlands. The men's side of the game has gone mental here I'm in hawaii right now. Sean so it's two pm was hoping to really get out for a nice afternoon. I'll i'll let everyone else play the world's tiniest violins for me but This playoffs been going on for a couple hours before that. We actually had a pretty fun. Exciting day of golf. In the women's game nelly korda through down made to massive eagles In the final round and basically used one of those in particular to turn a one shot lead into a four shot lead slam the door On lifezette sallis. And yeah i mean. Just take the final step into superstardom in the women's game. It's it's big. I mean she's world number-one. She's the first american major winner since two thousand eighteen. She's the first american world number one since two thousand fourteen So yeah i mean. It's hard to overstate like just how much this means. It's funny to think that at twenty two. It felt like manon surprise when a major yet but here we are congrats to nelly. No real reason to think this shouldn't be the first of many.
The Safest Place For A Liberal Is At A Conservative Political Action Conference
"You know the safest place on Earth for a liberal. Is that a conservative political action conference where people don't only welcome you there, like offer you a seat like a set out. I'm saving a seat for isn't just weird. If we lose, Jason Mm. Oh, I was so enjoy a lad. Oh, dude. See if I was like If I was a shake box on the radio, Jim, you know what a shake boxes we stick in the secret service like the guys who got a little shaky and nervous about stuff. Maybe I can cut to come on when I cut into commercial Get this guy back. Is he back? I'm back. Oh, man. I was not letting you go. I told Jim we're not going shake boxing, You know, shake bugs. Nervous guys always freak out. We're getting him back. No matter what. So what part? Did you get my part about CPAC, the safest place on earth for liberals. And you okay, you're responsible. It's just always funny when people go into a situation, expecting the worst. Because of their own political bias. And then their minds are completely blown. The question then becomes okay. A week after you've been shown to be As a conservative versus a liberal going to cpac or anywhere else. We're incredibly friendly. We are People with whom we disagree the other side not so much. I mean, they get physically violent and at times when their god by people who disagree with them and that that's the wrong way to go. If that's what you're doing, you're doing it incorrectly. Yeah. Yes, I know. But I thought that was one of those. You, Nelly. Universally accepted, like tautological statement. We don't do political violence in the United States. We debate ideas. I I I assumed, I guess. Wrongly that that was, you know the right way to go. The left. Apparently doesn't believe
Republican Candidate for Governor Says Chauvin Verdict Makes Her ‘Sick’
"Virginia is no stranger to controversy, and now she's being criticized following a comment she made about the Derrick Show Vin trial shortly after Shobin was found guilty in the killing of George Floyd on Tuesday for junior Republican state Senator Amanda Chase, who's running for governor, told a crowd at a campaign stop Today's verdict mates, Me said. She said she believed the jury made his decision largely to prevent civil unrest rather than to serve justice. I am so concerned about our lawns You're smart right now quitting and you should be, too She has caused controversy before. In January, the state Senate voted to censure her, in part because she used the word Patriots when talking about people who stormed the capital. Nick I. Nelly. W T O P.
Montgomery County planning for five-day in-person school week in the fall
"May be breathing a sigh of relief when they hear this story school leaders their plan to have a normal class schedule this fall. We think it makes sense to start from the perspective of planning for a much more regular school years. Montgomery County Superintendent Jack Smith, saying the plan is to have a five day in person school week starting in the fall. But I would predict the masts will be with us along with cleaning in hand washing protocols. And he says the school system is working to create a virtual learning academy, which would remain an option for families with health concerns. If we only have 5% of the students in this system Need or one of virtual program next fall. That's more than 8000 students. Nick I. Nelly
Cancer Won't Stop Me with Suzy Patz
"All go through life and have struggles and trials and we can make up our mind to change that so. I don't know your full story suzy. If there's things that you wanna share Those type of things that i mentioned Please feel free to give our listeners. A little bit of background about who is and where you've come from a now where you are now. That was a really great kind of synopsis of my journey. Ray fair what i think is is great when i'm incredibly grateful for. Is that all of those things as challenging as they were has brought me to that mindset now that was part of why I know i've asked you. What was your catalyst brought you to want to share. All this positivity and all the joy and for you that was just the natural. That was just something that you wanted to do for just took kinda harder road. It was i learned it. Wasn't i guess it wasn't what i was. I was taught and so it was in order to be able to get through the things that i was going through. Get through the challenges you learn you have choices and i you know not gonna lie with late between you know being in that almost. Why is this happening to me. Victim mentality of sitting in that and just being super sad but then with that realizing the power that i had with justice simple change of mindset to be able to create something very different and so i am just really grateful for that now that for everything that happens life has never going to be perfect challenges that are gonna come at each of us and to be able to have that even if the small challenging things to look at it be challenged by what they're but then be able to step back and be like okay. How could i look at this differently. And the more you do it better and faster that you get at it and it changes everything. It just changes your whole outlook on life and how people respond to you. How you respond to things. Yeah i love that you said that. And it's you hit it on the head where you said it's how you look at it right. It's it's not that we're none of us are going to have adversity or difficult challenges or or whatever right it but it's it's how you look at it and that perspective that you look at it so have you found like different ways to to kind of cope with some of the things that you've done that that kind of cause you to look at that thing differently and say what am i supposed to learn from this. And how's it going to help me. Yeah absolutely I was actually thinking about this this morning. That was a great question. Because it when you are especially. I mean i'm not gonna guess ages. I'm in my forties. Okay right right there with me but when you have and you're starting over so you have thirty twenty thirty forty years of a certain mindset. It's not like that changes overnight just because one day decide okay. I'm going to think about something differently. Today it's something that it took you twenty thirty forty years to have the mindset that you have that programming day. You're kinda reprogram pro. Reprogramming yourself how to look at live and how to look at situations and so i will still have that thing where you know. My initial reaction may be something that i know doesn't actually serve me and i step back and i changed that things. I do to actively keep in front of that. There's so many. I i meditate twice a day. First thing in the morning before i go to bed at night I read affirmations to myself. I also read passages from books that are inspiring to me or whatever it is that i'm going through that moment in my life helps me kind of get through it I also journal every single morning. Right down all of my thoughts before i start the day and then get in twenty minutes of Superlight just because elevates my mood and puts me in a better head space So i think having me being able to have that every morning routine makes such a huge difference. And i'll notice that when life gets busy i don't have the same thing and you kinda take detours. Oh no. I don't need to do that today or i can take the day off and then it kind of snowballs and you don't do it a few days. He just. it just completely affects everything. It affects your whole day so I've found those things to be incredibly important and it has almost become something that i won't sacrifice for something else. Yeah i i agree with you. I think doing those things every every morning or night whenever you choose especially in the morning at set your tone for the day and like you were kinda hinting towards if you don't do that in one day Your day might not goes planned. You might have a little more struggle or something but when you when you do those things like your affirmations or meditate that it really ground you and allows you to go about your day the way that you intend so. I really liked that. So going back to this video that i saw on your social media thing says that you're an advocate for love and hope and i don't know how long you've been doing this but what got you into doing this. Why are you motivated to share these messages with people in these videos and so forth. What your why. Why do you do this. It's a great question to ask him. That was an incredibly hard recovery. I actually am nelly different person than i was prior to and that was the biggest struggle there. Were so many other things that were hurt for me You know the physical things but this controls everything we do controls every thought we make and when that i mean after forty plus years changes you struggle with how to manage that you struggle with what that means you struggle with being that person you know. That's now a different person thinking about things differently and it was tough recovery with stuff. And all those physically. My doctors made sure that i was fine. There is no support from me here. And so i found that support to the people around me and i felt in red ably lucky to be where i was to have the people around me that understood the job that i was working at the time Because i don't know if if you're like me where you get brain damage and you think i'm not gonna let that stop me and so three week later you go back to work and you know. Here's this like tried to push through it like walking yet to see you know that doesn't work. Yeah so as i tried to do that. My brain is trying to tell me you can't Pretty much shut down and got to the point. Where again this was off. The brain was off. And i was trying to find. Like what is the plan to. I get back to normal Trying to find the answer. And when i went into the doctor's office i had an appointment about three months after the accident. I i was living for this plan. I didn't know what to do. I wasn't my style. This was not normal it. I would wake up different every single day. And i usually just kinda hidden in my room didn't couldn't interact with people didn't couldn't watch television. Couldn't go go grab a drink with somebody just like let it all go and so i was really trying to figure out what the plan and when i went to the doctor which was actually really hard for me to do. They didn't have a plan. Their response to me was simply. Everybody is different. This is brain damage only a few months. And you're just a baby. I'm ready for it to be over tomorrow. And they're telling me this could take a year maybe longer and and they don't know they don't know if i am going to get any better or if this is just going to be what my life is
"nelly" Discussed on Book Echoes
"I have a lovely interview with picture. Book author nellie boucher and nelly had her debut picture book come out shortly after the pandemic really got going and so she had to shift her like so many debut authors over the posture. She had to really shift her promotional schedule..
Senators kill legislation aimed at increasing diversity within Virginia’s elite public high schools
"Been a heated debate involving what are called governor schools. They are elite schools in Virginia, the serve gifted high school students, But some say there's a lack of diversity among the students. Today, supporters suffered a setback. Legislation aimed at increasing diversity at the governor's schools in Virginia has failed, with a Senate committee voting to table it indefinitely. It called for modifying the current test based admissions system at the schools with a goal of increasing access for historically underserved groups, including black and Latino students. It's similar to what's happening in Fairfax County, where the county is being sued for overhauling the admissions process at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Some opponents of the change say would lower educational standards. That's something Senator Ghazala Hashemi takes issue with. That is simply not the case, and it is offensive to make that argument. Nick I. Nelly w. T o P news,
Winter Snowstorm to Arrive in Washington DC Area This Weekend
"Storm warning in effect for most of the region with a winter storm watch in effect. For the northern suburbs from snow expected to move in after midnight. This will be the biggest winter storm we've seen in a while, but believe it or not, we've actually lucked out with this one. Thanks to the timing of it. Most of the wave of storm energy is going to be on Sunday, so we won't have the rush hour factor. Well, that's good news. But it doesn't mean we're not going to have some pretty significant issues on the roads throughout Monday, with potentially more snow falling, plus freezing rain and ice pick a +12 punch one system than another National Weather Service meeting. Urologist Kevin Witt. It's gonna be an impactful storm, promising to bring the most snow we've seen since 2019. That year. A January storm dumped 10 inches of snow that in February. Another brought us about three inches. Nikolai Nelly w T o P News It is 404. The
Late Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller to lie in state in Annapolis
"Last week, is being honored today at the State Capitol building, the longest serving state Senate president in Maryland's history. Mike Miller was in that position for more than 30 years. He died last We get 78 years old after a long battle with cancer, and now Maryland is saying goodbye. Today, Miller's body will be escorted by state troopers from a funeral home in Clinton to Annapolis, and he will lie in state in the rotunda of the State House this evening and all day tomorrow, with visitation limited to invited guests only do two coronavirus restrictions that will be followed by a private funeral Mass on Saturday at ST John, the Evangelist Church in Clinton. Nick I Nelly. W T o P.
Rapper Nelly Opens Up About Country Album
"Is called Heartland. But he swears it's not a country album. Our land is Anneli album, but it's country influenced. It's not a country album that respect the art form that his country music I respect. Artist and what they put into that I don't live country life. Teel like I'm a country artist, But I haven't a love and appreciate the country music and I'm showing our influence is never okay, so it's not a country album. It's just country influence. But the first single has
'Where Are The Women?': Uncovering The Lost Works Of Female Renaissance Artists
"Could not enter art academies in Italy, the cradle of Renaissance masters, no matter how talented Names of a few female artists of that time, and some from the centuries that followed, have often been lost in the mists of history. A Zen prior Sylvia Poggioli reports. There's an effort to bring their names and their work into the light. In this video tour of Florence is famed you Fitzy Museum travel writer Rick Steves list. Some of the highlights the United of Inches enunciation is exquisite. Michelangelo's holy family shows he could do more than carved statues. And Raphael in 2009, a nonprofit group was founded in Florence to see who's missing. I started going into the deposits and the museum storage is and addicts and Checking what was actually there. What works by women? It was something that had never been done before. Because no one had ever before. Asked the question, Where are the women? That's Linda Fanconi, an American writer who helped found a W a advancing women artists. The group has identified some 2000 artworks by women in museum basements and damp churches and finance The restoration of 70 works. Fanconi describes the challenges women artists faced in the Renaissance. Women didn't have citizenship. They couldn't produce art as a profession. They couldn't study anatomy no in the nude figures, for example, because it just wasn't considered appropriate. The inability to study in the same in the same forum as male artists is very significant. A major discovery was a huge canvas 21 ft. Long off 13 life sized men. The only known last supper painted by a woman. She's the 16th century Dominican nun, Clumpy Llanelli who worked inside a convent. Florence has a long last supper tradition. But, says Francona, most of them are static. Whereas Nelly actually chooses sort of the key moment in which Christ announces his betrayal and you have all of the apostles. Feeling the emotion of that very serious news. And so she is able to do. A study of their their responses of their psychological responses Give her time the nuns works were prized because they were believed to be imbued with spirituality. Art restorer, Elizabeth Week says. Like so many female artists, medley was then for gotten It seems to me to be about the middle of the 19th century when these paintings stop being mentioned in the guidebooks. Women artists stop being mentioned. If nobody writes about you, Then you fade from history. Weeks is restoring two large works by the Atlanta Ferrone E an 18th century child prodigy. Little is known of her other than she was born in 17. 20 lived in a period of great change, says writer and Ghaleb. We do know that well educated women. Certainly we're getting much more of a seat at the table, and there were definitely a few women who were achieving much greater. Prominence. Then before hands while still in her twenties, Federal Me was awarded a prestigious commission by a Florence hospital to paint two ovals. The subject matter was usually reserved for men spirituals scenes to help heal the ill. The art of healing has been a constant theme of AWS mission, says director Fanconi. Piece of art has its life. It gets hurt. It gets damaged. It needs renewal. It needs to be talked about and paid attention to accept the restoration as well as exhibits. Advancing women artists has fulfilled its mission, says Falcone, and the organization has announced it's shutting down next June due to insufficient funds. But it's not a sign of failure, she says, because art lovers are now finding answers to the question. Where are the women? Sylvia Poggioli NPR news
Washington DC man wins Powerball drawing to become first millionaire of 2021
"Becomes the first millionaire of the new year with help of a special power ball drawing. Now it's time for one of these balls to reveal our first Powerball millionaire of this year just after midnight. Carlos Mabry, who lives in Northwest D. C won a million dollars live on ABC. Oh, my God! Mabry and his family were one of five families randomly selected to take part in the the special special power power ball ball drawing drawing on on Dick Dick Clark's Clark's New New Year's Year's Rockin Rockin Eve Eve with with Ryan Ryan Seacrest Seacrest 2021. 2021. Out Out of of those those families. families. His His was was randomly randomly chosen. chosen. Tell Tell me me what what is is flowing flowing through through your your body body and blood right now. Oh, my Oh, my just like that they became millionaires. Nick I Nelly
"nelly" Discussed on WTOP
"Nick I. Nelly W. T O P. News that Wednesday morning Welcome in its December 23rd as 308. Get a $59 precision furnace tuna by calling 809 48 Mike. Take it, whether all the eights and what it breaks first to reach under the double D T o p Traffic center this morning, traveling 66 eastbound good right now out of Haymarket headed toward the Beltway as you venture inside the Beltway that works on remains issued east of the Highway Washington Boulevard toward Fairfax driving Glebe Road in Ballston, however, instead of getting by single thoughts, right you now get by single faults left. Unfortunately, they didn't change the sign into the overhead signs. Still indicating single file right coming by, But it is single file left that will get you by. Keep that in mind now. 66 westbound as you approach and pass over top of the bell. We should find that works uncleared. Always now open, still working, westbound headed west of 29 Cent of loud toward Manassas. But they're getting closer to getting that wrapped up in cleared, so they were backing up along the right side. You were staying left to get by there. But again, they should have that cleared relatively soon. On 95, leaving Fredericksburg headed north toward the Beltway in Springfield. Good start, Theo. Overnight work headed north toward Quantico was picked up a little while ago. Small lanes are open Express things are available to North found, trapping Allyson moving along without the way. Was a short works on South found on 95 just south of Quantico. Your mom marker 1 46 that blocked the right lane. The three if you're traveling 3 95 north between the Beltway in the 14th Street Bridge, Good start. However, if you cross the inbound 14th headed toward the district stay left past the work sound and that works and actually continues out onto the freeway headed toward the third Street tunnel, blocking a single right lane rich 100 of utility traffic. Not looking too bad out there on our Wednesday chilly start temperatures in the twenties in the suburbs to low thirties in the city and during the afternoon mix of sun and clouds. We see high temperature around 48 degrees on your Wednesday.
Inauguration meeting with Washington DC Del. Norton abruptly canceled
"Seven weeks from today. But not even DC's delegate in Congress knows what to expect. The best guess is they don't know what they're doing. DC Congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton had a phone meeting set for yesterday to discuss Inauguration Day plans with President elect Joe Biden's inaugural committee. But that meeting was abruptly canceled, leaving a long list of quest. Jensen answered. It seems clear to me that the inauguration committee is trying to figure out for itself. What to do. The crowd capacity limits for Inauguration Day aren't known yet. But Norden, another representatives have been getting a ton of request for tickets. Norton's office alone has received more than 1000 requests, and she can only tell those people to stand by until more information is available. Nikolai Nelly. W T O P News last week Right before Thanksgiving, President Trump
Bill that could let more Washington, DC prisoners out early clears committee
"Release has been approved by committee on the D C council. Currently, prisoners convicted of violent crimes can ask to be freed before they complete their full sentence if they've served at least 15 years and were convicted before they turned 18 years old. Be expanded to include those convicted before they turned 25 under the bill that now heads to the Full D. C council. Well, criminal justice reform advocates say young offenders should be given that Chance. Council member married Shae voted no saying it doesn't put enough weight on statements from victims and their families should be greater recognition to the victim's position. DC's police department is strongly against it, saying it would allow hundreds of violent gun offenders to be released early. Nikolai Nelly. W T. O P News Jefferson
Washington DC - 1 dead in Silver Spring house fire
"Are looking for the cause of a fire last night in Montgomery County that claimed the life of one person. It appears that a house fire and silver spring has turned deadly. Fire officials found a body in the home on Lorraine Avenue and Silver Spring near the intersection of Coles Hill Road in University Boulevard, Pete Parents With Montgomery County's Fire department with dispatch they what we call a task force, which is probably equivalent to a second alarm so way least 85. Firefighters were here on the scene at one point Investigators say the body was on the second floor of the house and is believed to be the only person who lived there. They say there were hoarding conditions inside that likely contributed to the severity of the fire. Nick I. Nelly w T o p News
Washington, DC police chief to weekend protesters: Don’t bring guns
"For another round of protests. Again from supporters of President Trump and the effort to contest the election results. So DCs police chief warning that no guns will be allowed. Protesters and counter protesters are expected to show up. We're not going to tolerate anybody coming here in hurting somebody else, D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom tells w. T o p. He's concerned about people going there and bringing guns. He says. Absolutely. No guns will be allowed near these events. Anyone who illegally carried a firearm in the district is subject to arrest. Even with the politically charged atmosphere. Newsome vows that his department will keep things safe. We're going to do our very best to ensure that this is a peaceful event. Nobody gets hurt, and we don't have any destruction of property. Nick I Nelly w T o P News. You can
"nelly" Discussed on KGO 810
"Said Sir with all this equipment no man will be able to swim sergeant don't be in nervous Nelly the captain said to him all we need is a little determination men follow me on we were neck deep in the big muddy the big fools has to push on good afternoon I'm Pat Thurston yeah so we were talking with Kenneth C. Davis about history and I know that you think you know history and I think I know history but when Ken comes on we learn things that we maybe did not know before it finally important that we get this in part because you have to understand how we got to where we are today what do you think it's creating the range that you've seen when people are interviewed on television at some of these demonstrations what do you think created the atmosphere that cause people to take to the streets after they witnessed George Floyd being murdered on the street in Minneapolis what do you think it was it's not a one off I think part of it is because you know coronavirus had people on edge anyway I think I am because black people are more harmed by corona virus than white people generally but it also came on the heels of Ahmed armory and then that came on the heels of all of these other videos that we've seen of young black men who have died at the hands of police and in many many many many circumstances these are unarmed individuals who did not need to die one of the things that as white people we're doing is we're looking at at what went on we're saying we're sorry we didn't believe you when you said this before but now the proof is here and we can't turn our heads anymore and now we have to do something about it now we are forced into a position where we should do something what we must do something about it because it is the morally right thing to do and so that's what we have to do and how do you do that how do you accomplish that what do you do you know when I was talking about demilitarizing the police I really do believe that that is what has to happen yep you can point to a circumstance here in a circumstance there where it was beneficial to the police to have this massive military equipment however there are sufficient National Guard resources around the state that in circumstances where you need to tap somebody for equipment that's military equipment to use on a street in a special circumstance you can do that and if you can't you need to be able to but it's not what normal policing yes it's not the way policing should be handled I want to take the example of Camden New Jersey you were also talking about unions and I didn't hear anybody in our first our object two of the criticism of the police officers unions and potentially busting the union I'm not a union bus travel even busting unions the police officers union has to change or it will be busted but let's go to Camden New Jersey because Camden had issues in now twenty thirteen it was the state of New Jersey and local officials who dissolved the old Camden police department and then they reconstituted it and they called at Camden County metro police and they did it for a couple reasons there were four up programmatic reasons and fiscal reasons to Camden is one of the poorest cities in America and the Great Recession exacerbated those horrible economic woes the city was able to provide only basic municipal services and they were all in because they receive massive state eight they wouldn't even have been able to provide that if they hadn't had assistance from the state so at the same time as people say are suffering and feeling desperate crime was rising the department the police department had also been hard hit hard by scandals that involved corruption and scandals that involved abuse so they knew they had to do something the governor of the state of New Jersey at the time was governor Chris Christie Chris Christie was somebody who believed that reform was necessary what he didn't want to do was to just put more money into the system he called it throwing good money after bad he didn't want to do that so we got together with local officials they decided they were going to embark on a program of a complete overhaul of policing services and they worked on this together they created a new public safety department with the Camden County government it was dedicated to policing Camden city and in doing so in this overhaul the old apartment was dis banded it was eliminated it was completely disbanded the new department that was developed in its wake that was built in in the wake of a of the old apartment they allowed officials to work with an entirely new union contract they were able to renegotiate everything in the past there had been work rules that kept hops off the streets that wasn't gonna happen anymore the officials invited all of the the police officers of the old apartment to reapply for their jobs they did as a rich as a result of that they did re hire most of them not all they were able to weed people out so they didn't rehire everybody but they re hired most of them including the former police chief but they exercise some selectivity in staffing the new department as a result the quality of the police force improved but they didn't sacrifice the people who were veteran police officers who had a lot of experience and a lot of institutional knowledge so they were able to pick and choose to make sure that they maintain the best that they had got rid of the others and replace them with high quality officers they shifted ultimate authority from the Camden mayor and the Camden city council to the Camden County Board of freeholders I assume that's like a board of supervisors and you know that was hard for the people in the city of camp of Camden is hard especially for officials in Camden they didn't want to give up local control but then what they saw made the new arrangement really satisfying among the police at the public because they saw a drop in crime and the final finally the implementation of community policing which all of us have been clamoring for so overall violent crime peaked in two thousand eleven since then it's dropped by forty six percent murders peaked in twenty twelve they're down by sixty two percent they tell us that community policing was something that they were not able to do under the former city contract because that contract allowed too many uniformed officers to spend their days on civilian desk work so what they decided to do was to add officers and to get officers away from desk work if you're a police officer you were expected to be out on the streets patrolling neighborhoods under the new regime what they did not do was they did not take responsibilities away from police officers to give the responsibilities and thus the funding to social workers or community organizations they were able to restart the police department I think that was one big deal here because when you have a department that has had corruption in its midst when you have a department where that blue wall of silence goes out and protects the people who are scofflaws the people that every other cop knows are dangerous people who abuse their authority when you have those people in your midst it can rock the whole damn department and it brought them because they can become complicit in the crimes that are being perpetrated by their fellows they got rid of that by getting rid of those individuals union contracts that we have now in police departments can be a major stumbling block and if you're just going to be a good putting into place without really having a comprehensive plan for each and every police department that you're calling to de fund then it's not gonna do any good it's going to be like what happened in Oakland when they cut back on their police force they decided they were gonna cut back on the number of officers they have they were going into a hiring freeze they were gonna cut back on officers and they were going to do it in order to balance the budget and what happened crime went up I forgot David Katz was joining us he's gonna be mad at me okay so what we're going to get back to us but I want you to keep in mind Camden because I think Camden's an example of how to do it right but I'm not gonna say that they did it perfectly because you can take the Camden example and then you can build upon it David Katz is here with us and David I am so sorry that I started this thing on Camden and I completely forgot that you were joining us but I'm so thrilled that you are thanks for being here it's great to be with you and I found it fascinating okay good and then in Oakland and this is a huge problem of course is part of the country is how do you reform the police departments and law enforcement without that I'm cutting back on protection of the public because of the.
"nelly" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Nelly Custis sweet natured granddaughter and me Caroline Branham slave I had a script that I used to talk about Caroline's life it was short besides the odd I'm a slave at Christmas to a slave to my husband and kids joke from forty year old white women people were interested and respectful after Christmas I decided to stay on the job I was Caroline brown I'm a real woman who'd been housemate to Mrs Washington I study Caroline's life and times for months and every day when I put on a beautiful crimson dress with tiny yellow and green flowers I became her with each island at least on my corset I felt myself get closer to your posture our body related to the world my hair pulled back into large French braids under bonnet sat on the bench and set my fingers to the work Caroline rows of stitches on shirts and brightly colored embroidery I could picture her laying down her head at night next to her husband Peter and their six children Wilson Rachel Jemima Laing poly and little Peter I imagine how she hopes that one day they would wake up in a world better than the one she'd been given then spring and tourists from around the country started pouring into Mount Vernon my job was to simply be available to the visitors to talk to them and answer their questions is Caroline this time there was no script and I realized pretty quickly that just being there existing as a black woman in that place was a threat to the fantasy of a noble America I was the stain on George Washington's White House and I watch them grapple with this right in front of me me the least confrontational human being you'll ever meet I mean it took me until I was twenty five years old to tell my mom I did not like her baked tofu smothered in craft barbecue sauce some people are so uncomfortable with me that they bumble to the first random thing that came to their mind your slave okay so are the vegetables in the garden real FIG vegetables this is an outdoor garden they are literally coming out of the ground and there's a man standing there watering them or they immediately asked questions with obvious answers that they just hadn't thought through why don't you go to Massachusetts and go to school instead of being a slave one person ask right as soon as I can get rid of this very obvious brown skin steal a horse in a map that I can't read I'll be on my way or they go into immediate denial mode like the old woman who out of nowhere he yelled at me George Washington had no slaves I said yes he did she responded no we didn't and this went on back and forth until our son got embarrassed and pulled her away or they offered another offense as some sort of defense but the Irish were slaves to okay that's not really true and what the hell does that have to do with me and of course there were those who would take the opportunity to teach me instead you know slavery was a good industrious life where you got room and board for your work a one room cabin they built themselves with eight people sleeping on a dirt floor and a bag of corn meal every week room and board it was just a bizarre situation to be in plain Caroline I'd be sitting next to miss Nellie in the midst of her role play who'd be going on and on about the lovely letters that are dear grandpa George Washington had written her or all the fancy soirees that she attended we'd be in the greenhouse with the gorgeous garden outside on a state that overlook the Potomac I'd literally here white visitors side listening to miss nollie read from her letters full of nostalgia for this time long gone they talk about how much simpler things were back then how touching George Washington's letters where what a fine man and how lucky miss Nellie was to live such a charming life it was charming I was charmed by it let it be my turn here's what I talked about how my husband is rented from Mrs Washington's relative now we could be sent back at any time how I go home to my cabin at night hoping that none of my children have been sold that once my friend was whipped so bad her fingers were torn and she couldn't so for three weeks all real stuff from Caroline Branham's life B. one time an old lady just walked up to me while I was talking hugged me whispered I'm sorry and walked away another time a man handed me a twenty dollar bill so I guess that was reparations Caroline's date they were typically no more than ten white people who lived in the Washington household at any given time meanwhile there were three hundred sixteen slaves and who was there to tell their story I mean I was the only black actor so I felt like it was up to me to be all three hundred sixteen people to research them too so I could talk about my friend the blacksmith door delfi the wheel spinner I learned so much about being a slave that to this day there is space in my brain devoted to this information like I can tell you how to shine silver with horse urine which herbs to use to make your own or sick but not killer how beating a slave and then dousing them with salt water to disinfect the wound was called pickling heckling I hate that I know that as my time Vernon went on I began to notice there was something that would happen in particular with white men it was like almost despite themselves they would act out the power dynamic from seventeen ninety seven I can remember at least five times when a white man of a certain age sat on a bench way too close to me and said something like I used to be into a black girl back when I was young then he would pause presumably waiting for my response what am I supposed to say that that exactly thank you once a man got physical I was walking down the lane on a particularly hot and busy day when a tall burly white man grabbed my arm and pulled me towards him and said show me where your branded I was startled and could only get out the words Sir I haven't been granted and then he and his wife began laughing heartily well you got a good up here we're from South Carolina and they branded them down there girl you got a good and then one time one of the guys I work with also in costume wearing a tri corn hat he and I were walking from the farm back to the mansion and we decided to take the forest trail you're having a nice normal conversation when out of the blue he says Hey let's reenact a slave race you tear up your clothes a little bit and go running out the far screaming and I'll follow behind you pulling up my pants he laughed I didn't say anything I just sort of terror tenor that's an old timey fancy way of saying I laughed with the **** I laughed because I didn't know what else to do because I felt completely and utterly powerless I started calling in sick a lot because I was sick a lot my stomach would twist and turn I would sometimes get a choking feeling and cough as if to vomit but nothing was there I had terrible headaches and I couldn't do anything but sleep and one day it occurred to me that Caroline felt this way to this exact way the farm manager who oversaw slaves on the mansion house farm noted that Caroline quote complained of a pain in her head inside and had quote a very dry bad cough George Washington's friend Dr Craig is recorded as having treated her for such bad stomach pains that he had to bleed her give her stomach drops and prescribe twenty pills for bowel obstruction my job was to inhabit Caroline's life but she started inhabiting mine I had this weird sensation that I was living in multiple time periods at once like the Sankofa bird I started seeing Mount Vernon everywhere in the modern world an evolutionary psychologist wrote a blog post for psychology today where he claimed that he'd objectively proved that black women are the least attractive of all races of women with science this happened in the year of our lord two thousand eleven I saw this only a few days after reading Thomas Jefferson's notes on the state of Virginia for work currently Jefferson who by the way was known to have slaves with the latest game possible I come to the same conclusion about my race and gender over two hundred years ago he said that black men prefer white women and black women are preferred by running in tens so that's why I'm single then trained on Martin I was watching the news one evening about a black boy harassed and pursued by a white Latino man who is convinced that he didn't belong in his neighborhood and because of this compulsion the innocent black boy ended up dead my heart was in my gut the first thought that came into my head he didn't have this pass pass I shook it off no that can't be right when a slave left their plantation they had to carry a pass from their master overseer saying where they were going and when they were expected to return not having your past or your free papers if you were free was dangerous at any time any white person could stop you into Nancy or pass if you didn't produce that you were thrown in jail having black skin alone was enough to make you suspicious and a white stranger could be the judge and jury of your fate Trayvon Martin didn't have his pass there's a thing white people say to black people all the time I've had it said to me why don't you just get over it it being slavery and all historical oppression why don't you just get over it they say it's in the past what I would say to white people in response is that you're not over the past every year you flock from all over the country to Mount Vernon and other places like monuments and museums and reenactments there's presidents day and the fireworks the blast over George Washington's house every fourth of July they're the Confederate flags and statues of Robert E. Lee that you don't want taken down no I can't get over it and neither can you none of us can AZ denture these days she's co executive producer on new comedy from Lena Waithe called twenties and writing a book of essays about her experiences at Mount Vernon called how I survived the eighteenth century coming up we worked in the past back to the future to divvy Dicks and an underwater world of tomorrow that's in a minute from Chicago public radio when our program continues on KQED public radio yup three Sarasota mon our business one of the patch down the look in my friend been four one well for both.
"nelly" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Tello the Internet and welcome to this episode of Dead Trend. Job my name's Jack O'Brien. That's miles gray. Oh Man I miss a good old dead end job I know right I. We've probably done that one before right. Hey you haven't seen before it's new to you. What let's that was? That was a reference In honor of Jerry Stiller. Who passed away. I guess who is ninety two? Yeah yeah some people know him purely? Just as the father of Ben Stiller some people know him as a fantastic comedian Part of a fantastic dual or maybe you know him as Mister Costanza on Seinfeld but either way of like a really fantastic comedian. Funny Funny Too. I would definitely take ninety two years if that offer on the table I would take ninety two years for sure so all right shut up to him for making it long. That's very impressive. And just a funny dude and he just made like being angry screaming old guy just like a great bit like there is just in him. Being upset was brought so much joy to me up next we got. Nellie verse Ludicrous. What what is that? Are they on another back? Some sort another verse yes. Diverses series has given us. Another one has stick. Yes the quite literally. This is another one over the weekend. He was Air Kebab. Hoover's Jill Scott which was fantastic. The energy of these two like gods of goddesses of army like just kind of trading tracks was kind of a departure from the more like agro like battle battle vibe that some of the past versus battles have had but yes if you again not familiar with versus battles going I live each artist or producer typically trades like twenty tracks with the other one. And then you kind of flex your catalog on the other person to kind of be like. Oh this person's better than the other one. I think in a battle between. Nellie in ludicrous ludicrous twins just from I mean like now. He's got some hits. But I feel like ludicrous CA. Probably play some smaller hit. Smaller hit smaller hits and then begin building for his last ten tracks. That are just GONNA be like you. Know it all depends. I don't know when he's going to deploy e you know what I mean or the Party and can and can't claim where the party at because that's a jagged edge song so you know like is Israel. Yeah that's it. Yeah just featuring Nelly but I think yeah there's a lot of people wanNA see some some more producer battles like you know would love to see dray to some get up. Get in there. Who knows against who paraly- the Neptune's or something it could be. There's a lot of like you know this is what I think. This series has been pretty popular. Because it's just these are hypothetical things music people talk about all the time and now we get to see it played out. Yeah one of the more interesting parts for many of the Erika Dude. Jill Scott thing was that they started with that. Hook which I think is the best hook of one of the best hooks of any song ever of that that route song. And it's performed by Eric. But it was written by Jill Scott which I didn't realize like I feel like the same thing with producers like some people might not realize like I feel like there would be a lot of learning going on as people you know as a producer presents their catalog as opposed to ludicrous. We know when ludicrous is on a track right. Yeah I mean I think that's the thing. She's just been like in the cut for so long and even prior to that like she just she people knew she was by the time like in the industry knew who she was by the time she came out her own artists. So great you love to see Julie from Philly like you said it was just like a good digital a love to occupy for a couple hours is very loving where like If he wants to Scott STORCH MANNIE FRESH SCOTT. Storch is smoking joints so big. He doesn't even know what he's looking at. And he's like okay man all right. What about this? And you're like in the in the meantime people doing in your studio aren't sheltering whatever. Just play the hits right. Yeah Yeah. Kobe pilot is trending. What's going on with the I mean? Obviously the pilot win helicopter crash yet. Yeah so a spokesperson from Island Express. Which was the company that The pilot worked for just came out with a statement. Essentially blaming the victims are the other victims. Who are the passengers for the crash? Quote any injuries or damages to plaintiffs and or their to seed in were directly caused in full or in part by the negligence or fault of plaintiffs and or their deceiving including their knowledge and voluntary encounter with the risks involved and that this negligence was a substantial factor in causing their purported damages for which this answering defendant bears. No responsibility So I don't know it's not clear they haven't really followed up. Say What specifically did. I don't know if they're trying to say the fact that they wanted to ride a helicopter meant that they were at fault even though like the lapd that day right rounded all of their helicopters are like no. There's visibilities absolutely not. We're not you just can't do this so I don't know that this I'm sure this will play out for much longer than it actually has to. But yeah. That's I think it's the latest sort of development in that saga in terms of Kobe. Bryant's passing and all those other people now after right and who's responsible. So this is like in response to a lawsuit being filed by Vanessa or yeah it seems like that's that's yeah because she vanessa has a lawsuit just based on the fact that this isn't how people talk. Yeah Yeah you know. It's because yes. She's doing the helicopter company. And I think that's one of the things because you look at information. We're all other professionals. Who are piloting helicopters that day? Or like not gonNA fly today right back. Maybe the expectation was that a pilot themselves like. Hey I'm sorry. So they're basically saying that. That was not our decision and then finally Dave Grohl is trending I. I'm unfamiliar with this story as well dude. So he's just been writing He he was this little piece in the Atlantic. That is just a story by Dave Grohl. That said that day the live concert returns. I don't know when it will be safe to sing arm-in-arm at the top of our lungs but we will do it again because we have to sort of like the subtitle and everyone reading this article. I think we've been so stuck at home longing for like you know like the concert is ultimately. That's the final piece of the puzzle like to be able to be like shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people indoors. Mike I mean. Think about it now. My having shivers like that's really the last thing and because we're all longing for it just Dave Grohl like whether you like his music or not I mean I think he's just fantastically talented songwriter. Drummer Guitar Player. Whatever but his way he articulates the sensation of being at alive. Show I think is the reason why people responding to this article right now because it will make you more. So I'm just GonNa read a couple of excerpts this is Dave Grohl. There's nothing like the atmosphere of live music. It's the most life affirming experience to see your favorite performer on stage in the rather than as a one dimensional image glowing in your lap down to midnight youtube warm whole even our most beloved superheroes become human in person and then goes on not to Brag. But I think I've had the best seat in the House for twenty five years because I do see you. I see you pressed against the cold front rails. I see air drumming along with.
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"The record that he claims made airforce a global phenomenon which I agreement all right now let's get back to my interview with Nelly I'm DJ envy in this weekend with the breakfast club now you know he was talking real spicy right now I know that the stars yeah that's destined beef between hello no I'm totally kidding that and I'm I'm kind of at all one thing you said one thing the let me say this Charlie Wilson right Tony was an amazing artist right outstanding so many different groups we can't say that Snoop didn't bring Nelly but Nelly being stupid and bring so he wasn't back to the forefront he didn't know yes hold on wait a minute first of all headed Belmont spokesman was there before okay great U. K. U. K. but anyway one day Alex was one who was the leader said on the east coast and then every year used to rock one of spacewalk nationwide with those in the south you can watch those in the Midwest we didn't know what a lot of the east coast and the east coast what was once we used to what we saw last week right that's what a lot of that's what we used we saw a lot of poor quality after four thousand of give me one because there was only fifty nine ninety nine after months old after work I got a one hundred I made a claim so well if you are you there what's the best while we know what the weird ones like you probably I agree you're absolutely right you made him popular how to deal we were ready to fight why do you want that is true right now I know the I. D. I believe that you're right but it'll be people in New York will say well look you gotta give us you gotta give new Yorkers they credit because they put you on airforce one although I've never yes there is that New York didn't put the ball in the fourth one I've never said that I've never spent that New York what they're watching of course one what they of course want the words we I agree with you a hundred percent you would know his name may have you made a famous hands down you did but in two thousand ten when nobody was rocking them he brought them back out he was in a what can you tell what's the number no not me too thank I know I never feel part of it if we wait so what you know you think that airforce ones was the at the women thing also you think was this guy's really wearing Air Force ones both there was no way to know it was it didn't matter like I've said it here I want to fast apple co almost caused them a tool that was holding up for one one for that what was once the most so you did for airforce ones would radiated for Kim Kardashian you stop it man if you put that is that what you won't do it right M. as Mike you laugh because my mom for that year we made so much money but report warns that's great follow up about temple and paid for for one does with the fact that the very state tax law downturns the mayor wore one on hold let's set the scene he is we get to the breakfast club and that was part two of our interview with Natalie we have the top eight sounds in the nation on the way plays havoc from Mobb deep will be joining us on weekends with the breakfast club weekend club in minutes Google gets you access to licensed agents twenty four seven which means that geico was always there for you if only everyone was always there for you like your wife when you forget your keys at work and you get my text I am looking for the spare house key maybe I can get through the window it turns out.
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"Well in our area view the corona virus I'm the guy Nelly at twelve ten how to keep her kids calm amid growing concerns of coronavirus the Dow is down seven hundred points twelve o'clock B. C. B. S. news on the hour your home for a regional reporting I'm Steve K. friend Alyssa Beth Warren whose campaign slogan was dream big fight hard is now stepping out of the fight for the democratic presidential nomination we're live in Washington with CBS's Steve Dorsey Steve she announced her decision in a call to campaign staff Warren is exiting the race after performing poorly in early primaries including on super Tuesday the latest CBS news delegate estimates show worn with just forty far behind Democratic Front runner Joe Biden with five hundred eighty four in her home state of Massachusetts bieten is projected to win she lost key support among core groups including women according to exit polls Steve our correspondent Steven Portnoy Scott the latest on a battle that's erupted after comments yesterday from the Senate democratic leader in front of the U. S. supreme court's without apologizing Chuck Schumer did express regret for what he said I'm from Brooklyn we speak in strong language the top Senate democratic splaine he feels passionately about abortion rights didn't mean to sound like he was threatening the justices should those rights be curtailed by the court my point was that there would be political consequences political consequences but Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Schumer's words were clearly a threat there's no other way to interpret that Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House a group representing airline says the industry could take a one hundred billion dollar hits because of the corona virus California which reported the eleventh virus death in the U. S. is testing twenty five hundred people on a cruise ship the victim was a previous passenger homeland security's Ken Cuccinelli flown test gets out to the ship literally as we're speaking that's going out so that we have greater clarity on exactly what we're contending with with a virus in mind Starbucks says it's now banning personal cops but people who bring the man will still get a discount six days after he took part in the ceremonies on a peace deal with the Taliban secretary of state Mike Pompeii is calling for an end to the sudden uptick in violence in Afghanistan in no uncertain terms violence must be reduced immediately for the peace process to move forward on international court said today it will push ahead with an investigation into war time abuses in Afghanistan British researchers say a common test used to measure autism can be unreliable and might not capture all the right elements that could make up a diagnosis put it Shah is the study authors we should be less reliant as clinicians on these two and more reliant on our reading diagnostic procedures and working out with the people who have autism or not Wall Street right now the Dow is down six hundred eighty four points nasdaq down one sixty six this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W..
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"Dot com good morning it's Sunday I'm a guy Nelly Max Smith that the editor's desk coming up an eighth case of corona virus has been confirmed in the U. S. we'll tell you what health officials are doing to respond this state of the union address and the impeachment acquittal are both likely happening in this coming week we'll talk about that it's Super Bowl Sunday throwing a Superbowl party do you know the two hour rule I'm Michelle bash WTOP news time is seven thirty one CBS news update fast way to control the virus like this is to keep people away from everyone else while you run out the clock on that incubation period university of Chicago's Dr Emily Landen on the corona virus the eighth U. S. cases the university of Massachusetts Boston student doctor Larry Matt off at the department of public health recently returned from Wuhan China and sought medical care soon after his return to Massachusetts he has been isolated since that time and will continue to remain isolated until cleared by public health officials if you close contacts have been identified and are being monitored for any signs or symptoms the New York times Steven Lee Myers reports on the actions of Chinese officials say reverted to its critical secrecy lack of transparency even to the point of harassing having the police harass some of the people who are raising alarm CBS news update I'm but Michigan a U. S. citizens traveling back from China may have to be quarantined at military bases like Travis Air Force base in California the department of defense making the announcement saying up to a thousand people could be quarantined in military housing until the end of February at Travis and three other military bases in the country the others in Texas Colorado in southern California though people living near Travis say when it comes to a decision as big as this one they have no choice but to put their trust in the feds and we have one of the best places around here with great people on the DOD says there will only be providing housing health and Human Services is in charge of caring for and providing security for the evacuees that is K. O. V. E. R. T. V. reporter heather Jansen there are concerns that corona virus could have an impact on the massive supply a pharmaceutical ingredients that China's manufacturers ship to drug makers around the world the food and drug administration tells political that so far no shortages have been reported but the agency could not offer a clear picture of how it's working China is being impacted by the virus that work includes inspections of facilities that manufacture drugs for the US market a man accused of making thousands of robo calls faces a thirteen million dollar fine from the FCC regulators say Scott Rhodes who runs a white supremacist website made more than six thousand robo calls in twenty eighteen in six states including Virginia The Washington Post reports he has thirty days now to challenge that proposed fine he made the robo calls in part to blame city leaders in Charlottesville for the fact that a white nationalist rally turned deadly in twenty seventeen it.
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"He almost did it. Sure on documentary were millions. Aliens and millions of people do was riding for. He was riding for his team though he was radio down to do whatever it took you. He was shut out to him. I turned it into A. That's a hell of a come up for him. It it makes perfect sense now. How whatever they do if this is real because now and I'm thinking about have you ever seen every on commercial I have but it now I just WanNa now on marketing build super bowl weekend? What she commercial next week two weeks from now me like he WHO's talking about they're gonNA happen? Commercials Sneeze or the Dick Shadow across. I was ready to get down on my knees and perform oral sex. Are you serious. Remember he was. He was winning though we talk he needed a solid two and said that's what his holly was and they wouldn't even gate solid literally. Now he was gay. The other guy The duty often. Yeah yeah they both was good. That's why he was like do it. This water across the border in a position of power like it and they came up offered you. He needed his done so he was like you know Suck Your Dick. Let's make it. Let's let's make it more realistic like a woman did it. I don't know I don't know I against straight stagefright has shrugged. She'll be turtle the woman Nelly we meet up at work. Would you would.
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