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The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices
"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.
Is Academia Salvagable? Professor Paul Kengor Weighs In
"Educational environment salvageable after decades of the critical thinkers, the critical theorists that are really the spawn of neo Marxism after they've wrought what they've brought in our colleges, Paul. The answer is no. They're not salvageable. They're toast. They're completely gone. And, you know, if you're talking about the university in general, academia in general, it's completely gone, which is why you need to pick one of maybe about 20 to 30 genuine safe spaces out there to send your kids to. You know, grow city colleges, one of them, hillsdale is one of them. You know, I could think of a few others. Probably Liberty University, Franciscan university. An annual guidebook. So the intercollegiate studies institute has the annual list of decent colleges, but it's a small number, isn't it? It's a small number and there is also young America's foundation, usually has some recommended ones also. If from a faith perspective, if you're Catholic, consult the national Catholic register cardinal Newman society list of recommended colleges, there's about 20 to 30. So out of the thousands that are out there, there's no more than a couple dozen, maybe three dozen at the most that are safe.
Who Is Ed Rensi, Former President and CEO of McDonald's?
"Tell us a little bit about your background Well I started I was in college at Ohio State university I was going to be a school teacher and I got a degree in business education I went to work for McDonald's because I needed a job and I was making about 85 cents an hour And I kept getting raises and working hard and I just woke up one day and I was a presidency on McDonald's to this day I'm so amazed that I was able to do that but it was a company that was led by visionaries Ray Kroc Fred Turner Jerry Newman and great people that really focused on customer service and elevating everybody I mean you know I was a burger flipper making minimum wage and all of a sudden I was successful And it's a wonderful journey and I am so proud of it I actually had lunch today or breakfast with a former employee of mine and now earns 25 McDonald's restaurants Kim just a beautiful man And you know there's so many great stories in McDonald's about entrepreneurs who became successful because it became franchisees Ricky wade over at Fort Lauderdale my goodness He's got 30 some restaurants He's an African American man customers beautiful employees I mean he's just an angel of a businessman's focused on the community Said the McDonald's story is not about the executives It's always about the franchisees and their commitment to community Boy you should still be the CEO over there From what I'm hearing Now Friends Running that company I'm old school Yeah me too
Ron DeSantis Signals Support for 'Don't Say Gay' Bill
"And cut one 24. This is a mom from California, who is suing. The state of California, for in a predatory fashion going after her daughter and encouraging her daughter to change her gender. Play cut one 24. Let these teachers come in and act as if they have nothing wrong. They've done nothing wrong. A mistake? How long of a mistake? How many mistakes are we gonna take before my child? Almost lost her life. They didn't tell me that my clients. You allow these teachers to open their classrooms teaching predatorial information to a young child, a mindful child that doesn't even know how to comprehend it all. What an unbelievably powerful statement by that mother. That's right, these teachers, many of them that are members of the alphabet mafia have become predators. So Ron DeSantis is recognizing this, he's realizing that 6 and 7 year olds are not emotionally mature enough to be able to process what a gay person is, what transgender is, and he wants to remove that topic altogether from the schools. I am fully supportive of this. Anyone who isn't, the fact that you want like 6 and 7 year olds to talk about really, let's just say graphically sexual topics, awfully creepy. Play cut 85 of Ron DeSantis and then we're gonna play Alfred E Newman who responds. Play cut 85. And look, at the end of the day, you know, my goal is to educate kids on the subjects, math, reading science, all the things that are so important. I don't want the schools to kind of be a playground for ideological disputes or to try to inject. So I think it's just let's get parents involved. Let's make sure anything that's discussed is age appropriate, but let's keep the focus on where it needs to be. That's exactly right. Age appropriate. And if a 7 or 8 year old has an inclination to be gay or lesbian, that's where a parent needs to be actively involved. It is not the role of the state to do
Ethics office says Reps. Newman, Lamborn may have broken law
"Two two two two members members members members of of of of Congress Congress Congress Congress are are are are facing facing facing facing possible possible possible possible punitive punitive punitive punitive action action action action for for for for violating violating violating violating federal federal federal federal ethics ethics ethics ethics laws laws laws laws okay okay okay Gretchen Gretchen Gretchen ethics ethics ethics watchdog watchdog watchdog is is is cited cited cited a a a Democrat Democrat Democrat and and and a a a Republican Republican Republican in in in Congress Congress Congress for for for alleged alleged alleged violations violations violations prompting prompting prompting reviews reviews reviews and and and possible possible possible action action action from from from the the the house house house ethics ethics ethics committee committee committee congresswoman congresswoman congresswoman Marie Marie Marie Newman Newman Newman a a a Democrat Democrat Democrat from from from Illinois Illinois Illinois is is is accused accused accused of of of promising promising promising a a a rifle rifle rifle congressional congressional congressional candidate candidate candidate she she she would would would hire hire hire him him him to to to help help help her her her during during during and and and after after after the the the campaign campaign campaign drawing drawing drawing up up up a a a contract contract contract that that that wasn't wasn't wasn't fulfilled fulfilled fulfilled that's that's that's in in in violation violation violation of of of house house house employment employment employment and and and federal federal federal contracting contracting contracting rules rules rules Republican Republican Republican Doug Doug Doug Lamm Lamm Lamm born born born of of of Colorado Colorado Colorado allegedly allegedly allegedly misused misused misused official official official resources resources resources for for for personal personal personal and and and non non non official official official purposes purposes purposes he'd he'd he'd been been been sued sued sued last last last year year year by by by a a a former former former staffer staffer staffer who who who accused accused accused Lamm Lamm Lamm born born born of of of ignoring ignoring ignoring coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus safety safety safety protocols protocols protocols even even even after after after he he he and and and staff staff staff members members members were were were infected infected infected leading leading leading one one one of of of his his his sons sons sons live live live in in in the the the basement basement basement of of of the the the U. U. U. S. S. S. capitol capitol capitol and and and ordering ordering ordering staff staff staff to to to run run run personal personal personal errands errands errands for for for Lamm Lamm Lamm born born born and and and his his his family family family I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn
US Capitol rioter facing Jan. 6 charges seeks asylum in Belarus: State TV
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an American facing charges from the January sixth riot seeks asylum in Belarus a California man who faces criminal charges from the January sixth riot at the U. S. capitol has turned up in Belarus where he's seeking asylum according to the country's state TV in an interview with Belarus one forty eight year old Evan Neumann of mill valley California acknowledged he was at the capitol on January sixth but he rejected the charges against him according to court papers police body camera footage shows Newman shopping a metal barricade into a line of officers punching two officers with his fist and then hitting them with the barricade Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko and Russian president Vladimir Putin have used the January sixth ride to accuse the US of a double standard in criticizing other countries including Russia and Belarus for cracking down on anti government protests hi
Judge nixes challenge to ban on Florida school mask mandates
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a judge nixes a challenge to Florida's ban on school mask mandates a judge on Friday dismissed a challenge from several school districts to Florida's ban on coronavirus mask mandates in state schools administrative judge Brian A. Newman rejected a challenge from school officials in Miami Dade Leon duvall orange Broward and watch what counties the judge found the administration of governor Ron DeSantis was within its authority to impose the rule the school districts filed a notice to appeal the ruling hi
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell Dies From COVID Complications
"You probably heard Colin Powell died this morning from complications from COVID I was about to go on many of you watch them Monday morning I do a regularly scheduled appearance on Fox and Friends It wasn't canceled It was just obviously was breaking news and given that prioritize obviously for a good reason during breaking news like that people who are familiar with Colin Powell and her Newman worked with him that didn't happen which was the right decision to make But yeah it's been an interesting day also the man you know we just got notification of his death and of course the politics have to come out right away and it's just I'm not going to involve that I'm not doing that Not now You know I refuse to do what these lefties do I'm not going to do it Remember when any prominent conservative dies of COVID it's a celebratory moment for the left who thinks it's hilarious There's nothing hilarious about someone dying from a disease like this You know essentially suffocating to death from inflammation in their lungs Yeah if you think that's hilarious you should probably seek some serious I'm not kidding Mental health professional and consult with him or her to decide what's wrong with you and your rotting carcass of a
"newman" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The idea of a university by john. Henry newman chapter three university. Life at athens. However apposite may have been the digression into which i was led. When i had got about half through the foregoing chapter..
Blaney Wins at Daytona, Reddick Earns Final Playoff Berth
"Ryan Blaney survived in a bit before her moderate Daytona international speedway to get his third win of the season and brought to the second seed in NASCAR's playoffs beginning next week at Darlington Raceway the happiest girl in the evening was Tyler Reddick who moved up to fifth after the seventeen carve Chris Busher was disqualified Redick's run was good enough to clinch the final spot for the Cup series playoff his first ever chance to compete for the championship Bubba Wallace moved up to second with Ryan Newman taking third Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida
Ashby, Brewers Beat Pirates 6-0 to Split Doubleheader
"Kevin Newman tied a major league record with four doubles while scoring four times as the pirates blasted the brewers fourteen to four in game one no much to run double sparked a six run fifth that included Brian Reynolds two run shot Reynolds had four RBIs his Pittsburgh ended an eight game losing streak rookie Aaron Ashby and three relievers combined on a four hitters to brewers order six nothing when and a split of their doubleheader with the pirates I was awesome you know well I thought it went really well as efficient in the strike zone and is good good to be out there and have like a normal start ready to less blasted a two run Homer to cap a three run fifth they give the brewers a five nothing lead in their fifth win in six games I'm Dave Ferrie
"newman" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Lorraine newman hi lorraine. Hello you guys. Hey how's it going good. How do you like my closet. Very fuzzy that's delivered. Lorraine you look amazing. Only god saying my life's work. You look great. We were actually just motion was like we were just having a dispute about drugs. And he's like let's ask lorraine and he's like she's cool. She does drugs. And i was like. Why don't you wanna know honey. No this was the debate lorraine the debate was was that natasha smokes pot. I'm sober but i have a more open minded view about drugs and alcohol and she does. She likes to hide it pretends. She doesn't do it like tiptoe because we have a kid so like you know. For example i was debating with him. I said i will. Marijuana kills brain cells and teens and he's like thinks thinks that like a cop. That's what i well. Here's what i've learned The brain does not stop developing until the age of twenty three. So it's a good idea to give your kids a chance to fully develop their brains before they experiment with drugs thank you. That's just my personal opinion. Well i was dropping acid. When i was twelve and i i. This is what the debate was my smart despite it or because of acids different acids question. Then do it. How much did you do it marcia. Too much too much. He did it enough to never be able to do any drugs or alcohol after fourteen. Well that's what i 'cause you're a mom to like. That's what i would tell my kid. I would be like if you if you wait. You can be like your mom. Who started at thirty and i get to do it my whole life now and kind of dabble or if you do it really too early. You might end up like your dad. Never even be able to have a glass of wine at an italian restaurant. Is that your choice were to be. Yeah i mean yeah. I guess suit. You went through that stuff to talked about. In the book i mean. Is it ever really your choice. You lose control of drugs and alcohol and then have to get sober. Not really no choice to lose control. That's for cotton pick sure Yeah i i guess you but you know everybody reaches end of the road but the only reason i asked you if it was your choice was i wasn't sure whether you like me just didn't like alcohol. I didn't like it. i didn't drink. I definitely liked drugs a lot. And i am now in. My situation is a little unique. In that i got sober. I was part of the kind of the second wave of. Just say no drug rehab in the nineties. I went to rehab. Was super young. Like fourteen fifteen years old and i got so lucky i yeah. People say that people do say that but it doesn't feel like lock it feels like the opposite but now i've been sober twenty seven or something years since i was fifteen and great is good. Yeah that's good you you liked being so we're walking through this pandemic world without the ability to drop acid. I cannot imagine no my drug of choice now is Net flicks everything. I mean i have seen everything you asked me about a show. As long as it's not a reality show I could tell you what it was about. You wanna give us some top picks. There's so much to look through the rain. Newman's top pick top pandemic picks. Okay first of all anything. That is swedish into our any kind of you. Know swedish Detective procedural that stuff is so well done and so good also british crime. I like a lot of crime. Dramas my not. I'm very that's very common. I think a lot of comics. I know people in area of comedy like crime dramas. Do you guys watch comedy at all. No never never. I like it and the tasha does like it. I won't watch any comedy. Listen i will. I only want hard drama. But you seem to like drama with an accent. It's true not true shy too. I like it a lot that way. And why no one would british the british way of making things feel more dramatic. But i'd say the the the scandinavians few thing. Their accent makes things feel less dramatic. It's a little sillier you know. Well that's a matter of opinion. I think their stuff can be. There's a there's a trilogy called department q. And is three movies and that stuff is dark dark. Unbelievably department q- it's three movies But all my god there's just so many shows I just finished watching the second season of a spanish show called sky rojo and it's about A brothel in spain and all of the characters and situations have. It's so brutal. I love i i never. I never watched this genre. No the tasha definite. I think i would like it. Crime no but if it has everything has like this kind of romantic like another another world another language like i like subtitles too because i feel like it makes you watch the show and not be on your phone while. You're that's true. Although what some of the comedies that i did like i love your show. Natasha i loved another period. That was going. I loved that show. I thought it was so good. It was so my alley in every the tone of it. That's why we should have had you on. I would have loved to have been on. But you know we'll we'll make a movie of it speaking of lobby and people with accents that are in the entertainment industry. I just found out that you studied with marcel. Marceau and i have some. I have some family inside information about the cash or family. My father was like a kind of experimental artists in the lower side in in the sixties and marcel marceau saw one of his performances and invited him to come. He was a deaf guy my father was and he invited him to come study under him and it was always the great opportunity that didn't occur. My father could have been a mind but instead was a postal worker. What was what was that. Like what was i. Tell me about that well. It was great. I had actually studied here in l. a. Since i was sixteen i had like four years of it or no not for i. Had you know from sixteen to when i graduated high school. Mine of mine. An improv actually. I learned improv as well. Not knowing that i would learn that but and then When i ended up at marceau's school it was complete french immersion but it was also a lot of deaf students. Is that right. That must have been. Maybe he was into that. Yeah there were definitely. A good percentage of the students were deaf. Total immersion with a asl to but that makes total sense that you would pick deaf people though because there are. They already have extremely expressive faces. It's a part of the way they communicate anyway. And i imagine if you're going to full french immersion school the easiest. One would be mime school. Because you don't talk that much right as well but they're still saying you know i Don't see anything funny about that or something like that. Who got it Gal is i don't know this lorraine friend american sign language is seventy percent french sign language. I'm right. I know like kerr. Yeah heart i know. It's it's interesting that way. Are you do you so do you know. Asl lorraine now. I can do the alphabet now. That's about it right. Do you know. I'm trapped in a box lauren. I don't knows that i'm wow. We finally found a use for zoom.
Manning, '21 Class Inducted to Cap HOF Weekend
"The AIDS. The Astros lost the Twins 75, while the is wrapped up a three game sweep Sunday with a 63 victory over the Rangers. Pro Football Hall of Fame inducted two classes over the weekend after last year's ceremony in Canton was canceled because of the pandemic. The class of 2020 was enshrined on Saturday and included former C Ox guard Steve Hutchinson than the Class of 2021 was inducted on Sunday and included quarterback Peyton Manning in my youth in New Orleans and the Newman school. Football carved out a place
An Interview With YouTube's Chief Product Officer, Neal Mohan
"One of them was. Hey let me watch youtube videos at one point. Five speed mitee. Neal said sure. I've heard this request before. I'll look into it. Turns out that was shipped a month ago and neither of us knew about it because youtube is so big and so is this conversation. Okay newman chief. Product officer at youtube near the chief product officer. Youtube well-conceived decoder. Great to be here and you like we have a lot to talk about new monetization system for youtube shorts. That seems very interesting. It's a big program you're a full participant in the creator economy. But i want to start at the beginning of some very simple questions. What does the chief product officer at youtube do all day. Well my responsibilities. Really to help run youtube where i'm responsible for all of our products. Everything that you use as a viewer of youtube all of our creators use. I work very closely with our partners across google in terms of solutions for our advertising partners so all of our products from the map to the kids app to the music app and i'm also responsible for our trust and safety organization so everything that has to do with our content policies what governs the type of content that we allow our platform the content that we take down we call them our community guidelines and so my teams are responsible for that as well as the design of products pow they look and feel how they work critical user journeys. That's really what my team. And i do all day every day. It's unique i think among all the social platforms trust and safety reports to product. Do you wanna dive on that. But just give me since you're like. What kind of meetings are you in. I'm in a lot of meetings. Everything from one online's very large meetings. Maybe i could give you a flavor of can of a couple of sort of
COVID-19 Detection in Masks and Wearables
"Our guest. Today is dr peter godwin. He's from the institute of biologically inspired engineering. Which sounds like a really cool really cool place to work. Yeah welcome to the podcast newman. Thank you yes so this is really cool. Because anyone who's listening to the podcast understands cove in nineteen the pandemic and many of the health implications that we've seen come from it. How important is early detection in solving a pandemic Well devon. I think that most epidemologists have told as it's an essential part of our toolbox for doing with the spread of a pandemic and especially early on in a pandemic and throughout epidemic that still raging the one that we have right now. You really need to understand where the the virus spreading and quickly it spreading so that you can implement a measures to kind of tamp down that spread such as a social measures as well as technical technology measures such as vaccines Things of that sort. So surveillance is key in Trying to prevent the virus from spreading in so currently were doing tests of this kind of surveillance but how is that being done right now and is that really enough shirts so right now there's two main ways of doing testing for individuals. One is the gold standard and that is something called. Pcr so a pr tests or rtp. Cr test basically takes the virus from an individual sample such as you know nasal swab that we've seen People get and what it does. Amplifies up that genomic signature of the virus. So you're actually looking at the viral genome and you're amplifying it up so that you can test it. Unfortunately this again. This is the gold standard but unfortunately required a laboratory. So you need a you need a technician And it it's it. It takes quite some time for that sample to go to the laboratory laboratory to process the samples and then information back out
Roush Fenway Racing Addresses Ryan Newman’s Future
"Driver Ryan Newman with fellow driver Brad Keselowski slated to take his seat at Roush Fenway Racing. It's not clear if Newman will have a ride for next year. I think it's just fair to say that we really respect Ryan and you know, appreciate the relationship with him and want to help him do whatever he wants to do next. He deserves that President Steve Newmark. He says that the team is open to having Newman back on a part time basis next season. The Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony set for Friday. We now
Historic All-Female Broadcast Crew Will Call Orioles vs. Rays Game
"Next week will be uniquely different than any other MLB game in history. When the Tampa Bay Rays host the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday, the entire broadcast team will be comprised of women. The current Orioles play by play. Announcer Melanie Newman will call the game. At MLB dot com Writers Sarah Lang's will be the analyst. Meanwhile, Helena Rizzo will do the on field reporting, while Heidi Watney and Lauren Gardner will anchor the studio shows. Newman says. You recognizes the importance of the broadcast that wants to make sure their first all female team isn't the last stock staying
"newman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"There's all the rest but there's just nothing quite like sitting there it's tran. One year is is on the piano. Doing god knows what happy birthday event. And you're all just joking but you're together and you're making music and immigrant more. That's that's the part that has been the most difficult to to invade the life of musician or a singer singer ears particularly choir singers or brass in woodland orders. You know where and even now you know. I've been back. I was back at fox Like maybe six six or seven weeks ago and they've they've put the stage on a different access And people are sixty two part in so it was like a forty piece string orchestra but there's just really wide and everyone know these kind of plastic partitions between everywhere. It's it's it's you know. Yes we're all in the same room but it it wasn't it wasn't like the old days for sure mass or saying heidi go. Who is this your behind a mask. B b hands down the most useful part of me having rainbow harun rainbow. Tattoos is and. I'm one of the only people that my friends go so easy to find you right. That's right that's right. I have to just you know as oscar and we send the horse. Whisper meet joe black american beauty the green mile erin. Brockovich will walking the mile Pay it forward in the bedroom Road to perdition white oleander. Finding nemo angels in america Cinderella man jar head. Little children towel had wally revolutionary. Like this is ridiculous for others. The adjustment bureau the hell the best exotic marigold hotel the iron lady like. Are you tired. Because i'm tired jing's james bond stating mr banks which was huge. Of course get on up like it did. This is absurd. It is this is inspector spectra like i just can't and this is your life. I'm just scrolling this. You actually did all of these things. Yeah yeah i do. I do enjoy work. I mean it's i again i. I love that. There's resource to gather with others and have ideas. But yeah i mean. I guess going towards forty years in my career right to i guess twenty three would be like forty years doing it which is slightly terrifying to ponder on. But it's been busy. It really has been busy on in when you read. That list off dislike. Wow yeah can even start in the eighties on that. All like i inevitably i have to ask you have three children or any of them. Interested in pursuing my daughter just graduated from the film's going program very talented composer We're doing some work together and and I think she's quite quite gifted but her dad. I confess so never worked with your family man. As if i see nice and what is. Your daughter's name julia. Julia newman. So that is the nets newman. Yeah that we will inevitably see her name up on a big screen. I think she deserves to be there. Hiding is it. We did some improvising together. Yesterday she ended and a musician of web known forever and it was it was just all of us. Had enabled ten is able to live program so it was just making noise was lovely to be doing it with With julia for sure wonderful and have you ever found yourself.
"newman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"There's a story that i'm going to beg itsel. Tell us about your relationship with john waves. Well john williams and lionel newman. Were i think best friends. I hope i can say that. I hope john would think that a fair thing to say In the early seventies or mid seventies. You could go down and visit uncle lionel At his bungalow at fox around six thirty. Am and he would tell tales and You know have doughnuts and you know my cousins. And i would go down and it was just this amazing time and people would start to filter in as it got lighter and i would say goodbye and john always had a A piano in the back of the bungalow. He i think he wrote a lot of his. I mean some of his great seventy scores were written on stein way in that. Back room at the bungalow. And i'd gotten to know might and he was a he might father used him a lot as a pianist. So there's a big newman. Trying to john williams association in fact when they dedicated the bungalow dhillon element bungalow at up at fox. John spoke and he's such an. I'm sure as you know an amazingly eloquent speaker and there was a moment we i guess we were. They were doing a return to the djeddai and john Asked if i would be interested in orchestrating one. Seen this was terrifying. Because what did it mean to orchestrate for. John williams in fact it didn't mean much because it was so the sketch was so complete. That all you had to do was kinda go trombone trombone But i got to orchestrate the the death scene debater death scene In return of the jet. Well that's a lifetime. Credential turns out right at the time he was drawing your bone. It was a very generous bone but Yeah it's it's it's something to he. He remarked the year or so ago. Said you remember that you did that. I said remember the he can remember the on..
"newman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Which i kind of became my studio many many years later and i'd never hear him playing the piano. I hear kind of plunking and stuff like that. But i do remember bernard hermann coming over You know of course. Ken darby who was his associate and a great musician in his own right. He was my godfather and she He was the person who i think. Who designed the munchkin voices in the wizard of oz. And he kind of always believed in me. I think he really took the mantle of god godfather seriously on and My dad died in seventy and can couple of decades later. But i just remembered. She was very open to the idea that i had something in me. I mean probably. Before i knew i mean because i think you know. It's hard to corral this concept of imagination. what is it to be musical. What is it to be imaginative. As opposed to what is to play scales quickly. What is it took to recognize imagination or talent in in someone else. And i don't think i was very necessarily very good at recognizing in myself but i think ken darby really was. He could say one more thing. I pulled out all these documents. These things of my dad out of storage and i just found some original manuscripts from diarrhea of anne frank in. Ken had put it in a folder at said discovered by. Tommy newman in the attic. In one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three q. Is helping kind of keep the legacy of of my dad alive. And i have it over there. It's just it was a lovely thing to pull out a storage and say wow. Ken was thinking about me. Nineteen seventy three. When i had this interest in my father's work i'm up into this attic. And all these things down my my my i. I wanna ask you. Do you know how your father. And mother met. I think through uncle lionel. My mom was a goldman girl. She was a model. Your mother was stunning. Mortuary very beautiful And there was a moment. She went from new york to la. I think she'd been noticed. By samuel golden. So she came out and she was a goldwyn girl and I guess my. I guess my uncle lionel knew her and introduced her to my dad and they married in nineteen forty seven. I don't know much about that stuff again it was. It's all destined the attic for me because it's sure but have you ever watched season in four danny kaye movies. I've seen her. Can you can use pick around. i can. She's kind of in the background. You know. I mean a lot of the golden girls stuff in these movies is kind of just dressing right just beautiful and the ad brown. Walter media's is the one. I kind of remember the secret life of ultimate. He's seeing her in one scene in that movie but she gave it all up. I think took trace children. Lets you seem to have done all right with that. Now it's it is i always. I can't imagine what it is. So let's say someone like warren beatty where you can actually watch yourself grow up on screen..
"newman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Our guest today was scheduled to be our guest just before a little thing came along called the pandemic and we were looking forward to meeting him in his home and having you know invading his as as his space and all that and he couldn't have been nicer but we have waited to do it till now and now is the time i get to say our guest is. Thomas newman yes. The thomas newman who composed all those film scores. That you love everything from james bond to finding dory when i like to picture. Is you sitting at a table with your family and you guys just like throw oscars at each other. You know. probably in the old days you know there were nine oscars on a mantle. At at the house i grew up in. It was quite impressive at your quincy. Jones used to whatever. I would run into in would say something about you. Wanted to take a bowling ball and set them all up and it is one of those things where you know i do. People always say to me you know. Is it ever stressful. Najia following in your father's footsteps i got no because i'm not trying to now you on the other hand my friend Is your family at.
Anderson, Pirates win 2-0 to stop Brewers' 11-game run
"The brewers had won eleven straight before Tyler Anderson held them to three hits over seven innings of the pirates to nothing shut out the left hander struck out six and walked two while throwing ninety three pitches in his first victory in nine starts since may ninth Kevin Newman homered in Wilmer Difo had an RBI double as the pirates stopped a six game slide losing pitcher Freddy Peralta had control issues with five walks in six innings but he allowed just two runs and three hits while striking out seven this is baseball is going to happen gonna lose one time well tomorrow is that a new Sears and I know that that we're gonna get we just have to keep going it was Milwaukee second longest winning streak topped only by a thirteen game run to open the nineteen eighty seven season I'm Dave Ferrie
Apple and Fortnite Conclude Antitrust Trial, Ruling Expected in Couple of Months
"A ruling in the antitrust case between the maker of the video game fortnight and apple is expected in a couple of months. Both sides made their final pitch to a judge in a california courtroom monday. Epic games is accusing apple of fairly restricting competition in its app store enforcing developers to use an apple payment system which gives apple a thirty percent cut of sales wall street journal tech reporter. Sara newman says the judges eventual verdict might not fully signed with either company. She may for example require apple to lower its commissions but might not force apple to open up the iphone to third party app distributors. another issue. that's cop during the trial is concluded steering. And that's where right now. Apple doesn't allow developers to tell consumers that they might be able to get better deal on a digital purchase by going outside of the app store and so the judges indicated that she might be open to allowing making so that developers could put in some language or link. That says. hey you could potentially get a better deal by going to your pc to sign up for our service. So she could do something. That's a little bit mixed
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Venue present so if there is anything about the industry that you could change as us but with that a coin is said to my friend. The other day often pundit. He's questions has been especially in. England has been very very bakes of revelation in how women are perceived to music and that is an artist phoebe bridges for example and. She's kind of like heterodox because instead of using her feminine they made she's talking about things have happened to specifically a bit. Why does she have the music industry in gem. And i think that's radi hitting homeless people in that accepting that message mole where some of the baker autism now some the bigger female artists some of that management is seems still marketing the looks and things like that and Like sexualizing younger artists. Younger women in in music Is a bit degrading to those women. Nothing is lovely now. We've got so many social movements happening where women are actually speaking out the things that speaking out against all more powerful than i'm saying is if we're gonna market was music of ing. We should do it for the narrative and the fact that is because we can make money because they're attractive is completely outlawing with our wearing where is society now but music still seems to be a place where that is still happening joins us our own. Yeah i do a hundred percent. Yeah i found the grandmas couple I mean right now. For example is she saying this That's that's been a low of things going on with me too and there's a of stuff being on with with film for example and Music have had his moment yet by This corby thousands of stories that we just haven't heard yet on that was it's. It's you know the the hottest the i listen to the feminists. I listened to on him because i love the music and the supports it on. It's not me it's not because image think is a shame that this the law of female artists might be being promoted by in the labels management on their image still and a distinct. We've paul says saudi. She really be about the content and amazing narratives opinions songwriting. I actually more on your page. Anything starting this month the podcasts will be running a regular segment. Podcast segment of women up rock and featuring us that our friendship an indie band center funded by women very important. Nothing to give these days. Women have voice because specially when they're doing something which you know that the heading up an indie band or among band or something. Maybe four years ago you would expect that to be real lau go at the front and he's kind of guy against the grain now on nothing. We have these stereotypes wycombe a wound in a meltdown for example on the be peng colonizing colby aggressive. Nothing is free noisy. Might allow altus as well. I'm really excited about the first one. Is airing this month. I'm very excited. I totally agree with you. Well i totally agree with your sentiments. Yeah the same time you know for. Example artists. Like taylor swift where. She's having to re record her music because other people hold the rights and those people are men. It's monopoly on her music and she's not making the money on that and because it happen when she was a young ago and a sense that there's a lot of change going on this onset. Tell him but often these times have to happen for you to be fully liberating and to have a much more creative space because music is creative on this space to be a very liberal and open minded. This will call as of it. The still kind of cliche stereotypical. And i think he's been calling me. Break away from us. Soon as we become trichet say i really appreciate the time that you spent being on the bike as today Love get getting to know you better. And what's behind your music would instagram. Beat the best channel to follow you on. Well probably It's my hand. Atwill newman musician on. Instagram was on facebook or wherever she will always trying pops and behind the scenes from using was now and already love him from people who've connect to my music. That's kobe my personal and special thing like ours. Yeah making music Out awesome awesome. Thank you thank. You can't shout you and chen ta you and so is nice when you talk to someone and you have a very similar vision. The similar opinions about how things refreshing especially as where on the other side of the problem as well. The sound of the fan cool. You're making me sing. Well we'll have a great easy okay. Well thank y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast. Please share this episode with others and post about it on social media to catch all the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzzer or media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod. Next episode on air india from ipad to yours over the airways subscribe fees. Ask dot com cheers..
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"I find it very relatable. Well could yeah the say. I just want to connect with people through the songs and make something genuine. The jewish people in another definitely do put musically Very relatable is enjoyable. I never thought of the term sexy. But yeah i could put sexy on it because lyrics lyrics that people like hair louder than others. I have two boys and Beckham in your over her yet though is beautiful beautiful for eight in when you have your special person with you and one dog can like candles and i think it's just amazing. I like the way you Where you music is going to just see. I'm excited to not have any richard plans on the rebels in front of me. Because in a low of my life i call nine was on and having a plan you know go plans for releasing six singles Dates and stuff but very much like on the way up roy ablaze track our base dr to limit myself. Are you going to be releasing singles up into the release of allow them. That's my plan. So yeah the next single is gonna come out is on the twenty first of may and that's code if i'm being honest and i guess that song is a kind of a departure from strictly carefree. Songwriting is kind of a bit more expensive. Look at some of the things off for probably the most roar invulnerable songwriting done. Because i kind of explained to some some of my friends my friends that if you will really ready when you're talking about something this happened. T confirm it. It feels like the most naked feeling. Ever because you know you'll you'll know the track with laze of instruments and stuff. The thing that these speaking to someone the main element is always lyrics in songs. So i just have resilience tyler of unite like wanting to be somewhere. I wear your with a particular issue. A knowledge in the you'll still on your way to gain the sounds like amazing release Listening to let go s- quite meeting. While i listen to it. But that's just because he's relatable. And i remember where i was when i was writing those lyrics. If you were to do a playlist of your own songs with that the first one. I felt like i feel like i go in with the cat. Free mccaffrey first and then hit him. The end with depends. If one's i think there's a i think if you feel the same with a low of like me these days especially pop music so must exclusively about like guitar lines and goes and policies. Go down those things. And i just think like. Yeah that's a it's a lovely contract being positive in some of the stuff that really speaks to be. We'll make some like. I needed today. All songs are more reflective. And i just think this song is about and that's what is quoted from being all nice because this song is about how a week i free things and we call this ready. Wage human in a vein to us why we turned away. Just say what we need. We say Just not doing too well. Not just being like wouldn't they be better if we just onus about Especially especially men of of twin sister saying her friends and how they relate and how they talk about things and then say mike golic friends way you really have to. If someone's down and and in mugs birds if a call i remind you can you can have to spend ages to get out with them and they weren't open up about i think in today's day and age we just need to solving college. They talk about everything and appropriate issues. She problem home. so i do. Agree with you on your comments Both men and women need to open up was the honest with you. I have. I have two boys and they are very good like yourself opening up about their feelings so my experience. My experience doesn't agree but All overall i think you're you're right about That men do need a defined that that is what makes sure Popular with your fields. Is that you do open up about viabilities. I think so. Yeah just just saying how is is just how i am. I just think people should don't surround stuff annoyed Stuff but yeah. It's in the a in england this just this really whiz power aso coach especially with men. Were the just if you if you talk about. Your fading expressed is widely perceived as being allowed ready. Feminine is a feminine. That makes you go not just saying like other night guys. It's twenties when he won a families move from these stereotypes and acknowledging acknowledge that everyone has things they you know they do. If it's like the with my sisters on my friends when the down they'll do very well against together and maybe we'll fail. Brady rehash out and talk about it. And i'm with call. You might not see them for months and then like this on my iron to half day. I just seems really city. That was still doing that. On the just gonna just talk to people and some of the people that have already reached out and said thought track was really important to me in i some of them all guys let them told me about things have been going on for them at the time monster amine thus better than anything. He directly dale for me. That's just being up to talk to people and being able to make them be from ripple that's gone Just a to as as many people as a kind of emphasis. I love that apart from the light valve him to have other plans for this year. I or are you going to holding pattern. Because ecofin. And i said that's it when i was a stall twenty nine teen playing on likely and obviously stop stuck to it. We've we've covid. I think only get my album houses away and ready pa- polo behind it. And then as as and when things open up nice stall planning again. The economy see myself has more recording artists. Even though that sounds nation elitism you now just mean. I am in the business of making records and i i enjoy that. And that's where i get my hilma musically whereas uncles as friends Making records but they love being on stage and i love being on stage There's just something about the immigration price as the may is incredibly enjoyable and Doing something six o'clock. And then i look at the clock midnight on the tons just gone find it such a such a great use of time a creative. You need to find the space to evening comfortable. Listen i commend you for that.
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Positive. Is neutral kind of like We think that gang the wedding ring all getting a house like that's the big love gesture on the idea of the song is like now. Is she these smaller things. I guess there's something about recognizing the like things can go ready. Good when you're with someone who has made them maybe just in the back of your mind if you also down to your list. United that like Things on always forever and it's kind of about living in the moment trying to live in the moment more when you always someone you read like makes sense now. Expanded to add cra toll. Living in the present for this is big void to enjoy meditating. And those type of things now. Sometimes i try and bring those philosophies to buy. Songwriting nicey. that is there anything else. You wanna tell us about the track before we hear it. I want to show now. I think Just would be interesting to see how people think about to it and if our think i've done a good job encapsulating nostalgia in the track and i feel like off the Taking my music Listen to a nestle transported away from where they are back into their mind or it makes them think of someone specific. Yeah it made me think of some specific verka to spend. Do you remember these.
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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Darlington Cup Recap: Truex Wins
"I got your top ten nascar finishers. Here from darlington raceway throwback weekend. Let's run things down ten to one. Ryan newman chris or ryan blaney at number eight. And they got chase elliott kevin harvick denny. Hamlin william byron number. Four kyle busch at number. Three and kyle larson two and a half seconds. Back of the leader had nothing for the eventual winner. Fifth top five the season though to victory lane martin true junior man he dominate two hundred forty eight laps lead on the day third win of the season. He won both of the stages. And here's the interesting stat. No stage winner at darlington has gone on to win the race before. So now martin is a stat
"newman" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"And i am very hairless i would only need to pluck my legs and under arms but i use this little eyebrow raiser and just do my underarms in my lower legs which is the only place that has hair. And you've always hang her late like this pretty lucky you are. I and i also have beautiful feet ellison. Wow very beautiful feet. What size are i. Don't wanna i don't wanna get into waikiki territory. But what size are your beautiful feet. They're sevens but they're the toes are equal. There's no deforming of the toes. i. I have gorgeous feet and that is it. That's wonderful. wrote how for you. Because i remember a friend of mine years ago i have really cute feet. You wanna see. And i'm like sure she did. She had very cute feet. So you never think about that. It's great that you can see how cute your feet are West them getting into bed makes me legitimately happy. Yes saying god. Yes my favorite part of the day. I appreciate it so much. And i've gotten my bed to the point where i don't know if you've watched those old time black and white movies where people have quilts. That are all satin. i don't think i have. They're very hard to find. And i finally found it. So i've got sheets. That are really soft pillow cases at a really soft and now i have my satin blanket. And it's just heaven. Where every time i found it a bloomingdale's tako but i just Every single night. I get into bed and i'm just like i've earned this. That's how i feel when i get into bed. I also do sometimes even an audible. And then i think why did i wait so long to get because i have a going to bed. Too late problem recently And i think why. I could just done this if you hours earlier. I was tired. What was i what was worth staying up for. What was worth. It was below deck. But i mean not really worth it when i consider a great field to get into bed and also a lot of mornings. This isn't just mere everyone back. When i had more more normal schedule i would be in the shower. And i would think just x many hours. I can get back into bed. And that was very the thought itself was sort of depressing to me like should i relish my my day on earth. Little more Yes allison and i think you should judge yourself. You're not doing that Thank you. I noticed since the pandemic i'm staying up later than i ever have It gets like. I'm it's next thing i know it's two in the morning and like but i if i go to bed too early all wake up during the night and not be able to go back to sleep. Isn't that an interesting story. It's quite a conundrum what it is. Yeah lorraine newman. It was so delightful having you on the show. Thank you so much as rewind alison. Thank you on march eleventh. Everyone are actually. It's available for preorder. So right now. everyone should go get. May you live in interesting times. You're audible original audiobook. I will put a link to it in the episode note of this show and then also your publicists wanted me to mention something You want me to mention that. In addition to that you can also watch you in conversation with is it allen's wipeout bill so i bow should've stuck with my firm. I my first instinct to know who he is. I was doubting the pronunciation. You'll be in conversation with bell at the ninety second street. Y and that is available to people anywhere anywhere. I can't wait for that. That's going to be great. Yeah that sounds great Tell everyone else they should should look for you in or plug anything..
"newman" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"I didn't know what to do. But things kind of fell in my lap. And i had a really good agents so i never really the only years up until now since snl that. I didn't work for the years. I had my children so very good packaging at i. Icm wonderful agent Michael black and an irish grossman kept me working. But i was also doing you know Live shows that were really fun but didn't make any money but there were great experience. I mean i did things that i really benefited from. But they were kind of I guess what you would call alternative like a show that we did at the in the blossom room at the hollywood roosevelt hotel called the hollywood primary and it was a political comedy. Revue sketches you know. Chevy was in it and chris gassed and was all these wonderful people and then i went back to the groundlings and took classes there for a while and came up with some new characters and there was a performance for that which scared the shit out of me Because i felt like there would be an expectation that would be something spectacular which i didn't feel i was an especially seeing the new talent that was coming up there. Were just so dazzling. So i felt i had a lot to prove seattle well. I'm wondering if you think they were intimidated by you. Given this is lorraine newman from snl and founding member of the groundlings will. I only know what i thought. And what i thought had to have been what they thought. I can really know what i mean. Yeah being ironic there. Because everybody's feels the same way. I do about everything i mean. Maybe they do that no no. I don't think so When did you get sober. Nineteen eighty-seven Didn't know i was going to get a but it. It was the only thing. Because i had tried to stop using before that. And it's the only thing that really worked And it's a great community. It's a great way of living. It's basically you know. Tell the truth when you when you fuck up own up to it. Be kind be of service you know. It's a great way to live and I knew i was finished. I was never one of those people. Who thought i get quinn. Any time i want you know. I knew that i was an addict from the very first..
"newman" Discussed on Celeber - A un passo dalle stelle
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"newman" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Happy Easter everyone. With today's reading round out the trilogy of Newman readings that we began on palm. Sunday continued through Good Friday and now conclude for Easter. It's taken us a bit longer than anticipated publish. Today's episode originally slated for release within the octave of Easter. My wife and I welcomed our first child on Easter Monday. Nearly a week ahead of schedule so needless to say this. Easter has been especially joyful for our family if not also especially chaotic in any case. Hopefully the brief delay has given you the chance to listen to our Good Friday episode the mental sufferings of our Lord in his passion. It's one of Newman's most beloved and moving meditations and perhaps my favourite of his to be featured on this podcast so far so be sure not to miss it. Today's reading comes from Newman's parochial and plain sermons volume four and was originally preached on Easter Day. The selection of text was made well before the extent of the current public. Health crisis was made fully apparent. But I think you'll find Newman's reflections to be very continent with the more muted celebration of Easter taking place this year in the Reading Newman Lichens eastern joy to that of sick people in convalescence. A particularly charged metaphor today. He speaks also of the UNASSUMING but undeniable power the churches precepts and ordinances another theme especially worth reflecting on when in so many places throughout the world. Public liturgies have been suspended. All in all. There's much here to help us begin this Easter season so once more from all of us Catholic Culture Happy Easter.
"newman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"newman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Newman is already out of the hospital following Monday's terrifying crash in the Daytona five hundred and just like that he's been discharged Monday night Newman was in a serious crash right at the end of the five hundred this is racing team tweets this afternoon that he's been treated and released from Halifax Medical Center sharing a picture of Newman walking out holding both daughters hands I'm Jeanne Wexler see that picture right now by tapping the news button in the news ninety six point five W. DDO act we also have an update on yesterday's Orlando's police officer involved shooting Orlando police were trailing a stolen vehicle in the occupant parked and ran he was followed to the summer fuel departments and Kirk been road where he got cornered in was shot by police later pronounced dead or MC the man has been identified as twenty two year old Kevin a dose three officers have been placed on leave during the investigation adults was armed but he did not shoot and it's unclear if even pulled his gun Brandon Hogan is ninety six point five W. TVO two of the Democrats hoping to be president have another problem to deal with other than Michael Bloomberg they are now being sued by George Zimmerman yes that George Zimmerman over tweets they sent out about the Trayvon Martin case Zimmerman's lost it goes after Pete booted judge and Elizabeth Warren for their tweets about Martin on February fifth that would have been Martin's twenty fifth birthday Zimmerman once more than fifteen thousand dollars in damages in her tweed worn calls for an end to racism we'll put a judge mentioned white supremacy and gun violence in his tweet he claims but a judge and Warren sought political gain through defamation twenty scales news ninety six point five W. DDO hi I'm Jenny do pre or Washington watchdog in this is where Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic news ninety six five W. D. B. vaping related illnesses are on the rise in Florida the state health department reports nine cases of lung injury associated with the cigarette you so far in twenty twenty the centers for disease control and prevention have reported sixty four vaping related deaths across twenty eight states including Florida Florida also reported to death last year of none so far this year a New York man is been arrested on charges that he threatened to kill two high profile Democrats involved in the impeachment inquiry against president tried or prosecutors in buffalo said Salvatori lipo was upset about the impeachment proceedings he allegedly sent to voicemail messages one to congressman Adam Schiff Washington office and another to senator Chuck Schumer Albany office that each included death threats court records said the message to ship the lead house impeachment manager echoed a nickname used by president trump and said fifty fifth you're the biggest expletive expletive who ever lived I dare you to come to New York because I will put a bullet in your expletive forehead if found guilty lip of faces up to ten years in prison Aron Kader ski ABC news New York and we have news on amendment for today Florida cannot bar felons who served their time from registering to vote simply because they have failed to pay fines and fees stemming from their cases that's new for a federal appeals court a three judge panel upheld the Tallahassee federal judge's decision that the law implementing amendment for amounted to an unfair poll tax amendment for was passed overwhelmingly by voters in twenty eighteen to allow as many as one point six million ex felons to regain their right to vote today's a big day for McDonald's and fans of a certain menu item we told about it this morning for the first time in three years Mickey Dees is bringing back the popular Shamrock shake in honor of Saint Patrick's day it's also the fiftieth anniversary of the.
"newman" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"We'll be beginning audiobook series yeah no doubt our listeners will be familiar with the church fathers but these were men of the first seven centuries whose writings were massively important not only it will be on that day and in honor of his canonization that we will release the very first of these audiobooks newman was a nineteenth century church fathers enjoy and we'll see again on October thirteenth.