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Grammy-Winning Producer Detail Charged With 15 Counts of Sexual Assault

WBBM Late Morning News

00:32 sec | Last week

Grammy-Winning Producer Detail Charged With 15 Counts of Sexual Assault

"Rising star in music is in trouble with the law. He won a Grammy in 2015 for co writing a song for Beyonce and Jay Z. On has worked with stars like Luwane and Nicki Minaj, now music producer detail is under arrest on more than a dozen charges of sexual assault. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says the crimes happened between 2010 and 2018 last year, a model and aspiring singer 1 $15 million in a Los Angeles lawsuit that accused detail whose real name is Noel Christopher. Essure of abusing and raping her.

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Grammy-winning producer, Detail, accused of sexual assault

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:23 sec | Last week

Grammy-winning producer, Detail, accused of sexual assault

"Detail. The Grammy Award winning music producer has been arrested on sexual assault charges. He's being held on more than $6 million bail, charged with 15 counts of sex assault on five counts of assault. Detail whose real name is Noel Fisher won a Grammy for Beyonce's hit Drunken love. He's also produced hits for Wiz Khalifa and Nicki Minaj. His attorney says detail will plead not

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13 nuns at Michigan convent die of COVID-19

TIME's Top Stories

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

13 nuns at Michigan convent die of COVID-19

"Thirteen religious sisters at a Michigan Convent have died from the Corona virus with twelve sisters passing in the span of a month, the women aged sixty nine to ninety nine were all members of a Felicien, sisters. Convent in Livonia Michigan on Good Friday. The virus took the life of sister. Mary Louisa was ninety nine by the end of the month eleven. Other sisters had passed seventeen more. More were infected, but recovered according to sister, Noel Murray Gabriel. The director of clinical health services for our lady of Hope Province, a thirteenth sister, despite an initial recovery passed away in June the sisters in presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mother Convent in Livonia as well as all of us in the province are still very much dealing with the loss of so many sisters says Suzanne Wilcox. Wilcox English Executive Director of mission advancement for the Felicien Sisters of North America the sisters. All of whom were longtime members of the convent, lived prayed and worked together prior to their retirements. The women had worked as school teachers college professors and principles. Librarians nurses and organised sister. Mary Louisa was Indiana had served as the sunshine person for the local minister, sending Peace Day and birthday cards. Cards to the sisters in the infirmary and obituary reads sister Victoria Marine dykes sixty nine lead nursing students regular trips to the Felicien sisters mission in Haiti sister Rosemary Wallach Eighty six spent eight years working as a secretary in the Vatican Secretary of State Sister Thomas Murray Would Hausky seventy three once led a second grade class to win a national prize and a Campbell's soup commercial competition. The death of the thirteen nuns could be the most serious loss of life experienced by a group of religious women in the United States since the nineteen eighteen influenza pandemic, according to Global Sisters report a nonprofit Catholic News outlet globally at least sixty one felicien sisters have died, but other religious orders have also been struck by the virus with six sisters, dying of covid nineteen at the Our Lady of Convent in Wisconsin in April. The convent closed its doors to visitors in. In March and placed strict restrictions on group activities, but the virus still reached the convent and spread quickly for many sisters who normally pray alongside those who are dying, having to socially distance during a time of grief was difficult. Normally we will share stories about the sister. We have lost during the vigil the night before the funeral says English, but we have been unable to do so. Their collective impact on the community has been and continues to be very deep, says English.

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Doctors And Dentists Still Flooding U.S. With Opioid Prescriptions

Up First

03:45 min | Last month

Doctors And Dentists Still Flooding U.S. With Opioid Prescriptions

"New NPR investigation shows that doctors are still over prescribing opioids emphasis on still. It's been years since we have been referring to. As an epidemic hundreds of thousands of people are dead of overdoses, families. Family's destroyed. Children have been removed from their homes. Addicts are struggling to recover and still. Why would doctors be doing this? Our addiction correspondent Brian Man has been looking at publicly available data. Hey, Brian Good morning. You've been on this story for years and at a certain point, it just looks reckless. How could doctors still be over prescribing opioids? Yeah, it seems remarkable. What a lot! Lot of experts tell NPR's for all their dangers. opioids are still kind of hard wired into the American healthcare system. A lot of people for example have insurance that will pay for opioids, but not alternative pain treatments, also a lot of doctors were trained during the opioid boom, and they still see these medications as a quick convenient solution to patient pain. Here's Dr Jonathan Chen. He's a physician in California. Who Studies prescribing patterns if you look worldwide? We're like five percent of the population, but we consume eighty percent of the world's prescription opioids. It's not just a handful of doctors. Doing kind of all arts become a culture that this is normal so normal end deadly twenty the latest year. We have good records. Noel forty people were still dying every day from prescription opioid overdoses. Millions more saw their lives shattered by addiction. There are now tighter regulations in a lot of states. The healthcare industry gotten a ton of trouble. There were lawsuits. Billions of dollars were paid out or will be paid out. Are you saying that none of that worked? But what NPR found is prescribing has come down from the really crazy high levels. We saw during the peak of the OPIOID boom, but critics and people who studied this say progress has been slow and also really uneven. Here's Gary Guy. He tracks prescribing patterns for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is still three times. The amount of opioids being prescribed as there was in nineteen. Nineteen ninety nine and there's also substantial variation across the country. The experts we talked to said that last part is really troubling. It turns out. OPIOID prescriptions have come down a lot in some parts of the country. That's a big success story, but we found other areas of the US especially rural areas and parts of the south where the prescribing boom is still going full tilt enough prescriptions being written in those communities every year for every man, woman and child to get a bottle of pills. Are there differences within the healthcare industry like are certain types of doctors over prescribing while others are not. This is really interesting, so with the CDC. Found is a lot of healthcare. Workers Ignore Federal Safety guidelines that's across the industry, often giving these medications for twisted ankles and lower back pain that could be treated with tylenol or an ice pack, but studies also show yes, that there are sort of opioid. With in health, care, surgeons for example are giving out. Millions of VEX has pills every year, a new study from the University of Pittsburgh found dentists have actually increased the number of powerful opioids. They give out what that means is a lot of these pills going out into communities that can be diverted and misused. Here's Keith Humphreys. He Studies opioid prescribing at Stanford University you have this incredible reservoir pills, but doesn't exist in other countries, so it's it's remarkable. This continues and that we put this much potentially deadly drug out on the street every year, but that's situation we're in, and that's obviously super dangerous for those communities.

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"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

05:29 min | Last month

"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Primary things as teaching a new masters series course right. Yes, Basilan are both. Teaching that Masters Correspondence course. Okay and where can people go to find out more information about that? They just need to email me. Email me personally and then I do the yearly conferences the empowered Astrology Conference My next one's coming up. March eleventh of twenty twenty one crossing my fingers. We can meet in person. Yeah, you had a funny didn't know this until this past week, but you were actually I thought Norac was one of the first. Major conferences to go online, but in fact you're conference and this was all Noel till students. Presenting lectures, but it was scheduled to take place in late March and that's right when the country basically shut down, so you actually one of the first astrology conference that had to move on line as a result of that? Yeah, and it's no easy task especially when the conference is just I mean I'm the only one on the contract, so you're liable for all the. The rooms you're liable for you. Know the expense of the contract rum and I was lucky enough to hit the timing where the hotel worked with me, but yeah we. We took it online and it was really really successful. It went just fine, and so we have fifteen lectures, and that lecture series is still available in all the information in in that conference is. Very practical for consultation astrologers. Brilliant so. There's lecture by you because Little Matthew. We met a number of other Eliza Ace. Hiroki News Octo- who needs to be mentioned because he is now teaching Noel's material in Japan. He's incredibly successful out there. He was Noelle's interpreter when Noel would go to Japan and so he interpreted. Over what was it hundred or two hundred consultations? Live and he's a brilliant astrologer. He's just incredible. Also have to have him on at some point in the futures. Who's lots of other things to follow up on? So recordings from that conference or available from the empowered astrology seminar. How can people get a hold of those e mail me directly? Through email address again rose astrology at Yahoo DOT com. Yeah, it's. A few I mean so yeah, we have a good collection of. Of in Matthew Did A one on annual productions shout out to you. Brilliant. I like I like Matthews, work in synthesizing modern and traditional astrology, and you also as we mentioned earlier in the show you filmed a series with Noel of the till masterworks series, which was like a series of DVD's and you still have some of those left, and then you're gonna be putting those into some sort of digital format at some point as well. At some point, yeah, we're almost out of stock, but we still have them. Nine DVD's nobody comes into your living room. If you played on your TV or your computer. They're very good very good, and it helps personalize the information because Noelle's very poetic and a bit abstract and some of the things he writes. Some people have to really think about. What did he mean because? He was a poetic man. So the DVD's make it simpler. And I like that you're the production quality audio, and the video is really good, and thus because your husband has background and professional background and a production in an audio video design. Yeah, so it's nice having yeah. He does all my videos. We have a home studio. And I put out two videos a month in. He's my director producer editor. Brilliant will. People can find out more information about that. At Tila masterwork, dot com, and then also of a bunch of previews where people can watch snippets from that on a youtube channel, which is you do, dot com slash till masterwork, and the as some great interviews that you did with them. Other things that if people want to get a better sense for his personality and approach to astrology Awesome will thank you guys for joining me for this today. This amazing I can't believe how much we covered. I feel like we did our own synthesis in counseling in astrology, eight hundred page A. Marathon today, but Yeah, thanks a lot for for joining me I. appreciate it. It's a joy it's. It's always a joy to talk about Noelle's work and all of that e outside of anybody named Farrington, he one of the three most important people in my mind without a doubt. Yeah it was good to hear the the personal connections that both of you had with them and history in the making in terms of the shaping and moulding the astrological tradition over the past few decades through his work, but also through the work of his students and collaborators how that's continued on through both of you. Thank you and thank you for all you do Chris I mean you re? A lot for the astrological community. This really. Yes Alright! Thanks, guys. Well thanks everybody for listening to this episode of the astrology podcast and thanks to all the patrons who support our work in a make it possible that we can like. Send microphones out to get good audio and video and That's it for this episode, so we'll see you again next time..

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"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

06:50 min | Last month

"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Are Moving on because we have been going for two hours twenty minutes now so just to wrap up the last of the technical stuff he used. The aries point as like a sensitive point. In I think that's another thing. Coming from COSMO Balaji, or maybe from the Hamburg school mum and also used developmental cycles just to touch on one transit related thing we've touched on how solar arcs and looking at early soul, solar arcs in the life might have indicated crucial things that happened in the childhood, but also potentially looking at other early may be transits or outer planet transits like Saturn transits as events that happened in childhood that had a formative effect on one's character in psyche. Okay, this is part of again just marrying psychological and event astrology by looking at events that happened during early developmental stages and sort of unifying the two instead of them, being completely separate yet. Yes okay. ALL RIGHT What are some of his? Most important books, so if we have established the wrote something like thirty thirty plus books. It seems like the main one or his the pinnacle of his writing career was his thousand page synthesis in counseling in astrology from Nineteen ninety-four. Absolutely it was he him. He timed. He told me. I'm not sure how long. Before the event. But he told me that he has solar arc son coming up to his mid heaven. He wanted to do something to take advantage of it. And that taking advantage of was his favorite book synthesis in counseling and astrology. So, that that one if if he were here, I'm certain that he would say that. Synthesis and counseling and holistic astrology were his. His favorites. Yes. Holistic astrology. Does to self published book. That's the self hellish one, so that's probably the latter print, right? Probably or you know you sure you can find it for a thousand dollars or something like that somewhere. The vocation book is out of print, and it's going for lake nine hundred dollars right now and Amazon right right you can. You can't find very many of them same with synthesis in counseling astrology. Yeah, okay, it would be nice to get them back. You know there's one thing that you haven't mentioned in. That is just one last piece that really has have as affected me and my practice, and that is. Noel came forward with the. The idea of idealism and how idealism is shown in the Horoscope, the idealistic mindset in the therapeutic issues around idealism and an that's a completely different topic. It's worthy of an our conversation, but it has affected my practice deeply, because most people who come in for an astrological consultation are highly idealistic and their disappointment cycles, because they're projecting idealism into life and missing reality signaled, but that was one of Noelle's breakthrough concepts incredibly valuable incredibly. Are there any other things like that. That were distinctive about his approach either technically or just. Procedure elite that are worth mentioning really quick before we we wrap up or that I I didn't include in my outline. So many, but I think. Yeah we got the basics. It's far, too. You know when he when there's so much to consider as hard remember at. Sure and synthesis and counseling in astrology. That's not like an intro book. That's more advanced in assumes more. Yeah that's the manual that goes with the Masters Correspondence course, which is like a two year, almost master's degree in a sense and therapeutic astrology. The heavy book and it is about eight hundred pages I was wrong I was thinking it was. Eleven hundred I looked it up in. It's eight hundred eight, hundred, okay. Let's not. Long long enough eight hundred pages. That's not bad. so let's see other titles that. Me and Matthew are talking about solar ARCS, which came out in two thousand one prediction astrology, which was nineteen ninety-five vocations, the new mid heaven extension process, which was published in two thousand, six on the astrology of intimacy, sexuality and relationship in two thousand and two, the astrological timing of critical illness, ninety eight, the creative astrologer, effective single session counseling in two thousand Noel till's guide to astrological consultation in two thousand seven, and then his early series, the principles and practice of astrology in twelve volumes. So those are just a few of his thirty something titles and strategy of the famed which. Was All about rectification in was incredibly brilliant the astrology to one Chris. I mentioned that about writing an intro. It was the that forward to okay. Um in that was one where he went back, and he tried to rectify the charts of several famous figures from history like Leonardo, Da Vinci and other people. Nice Okay and your book. Basil is a new way to learn astrology that came out in nineteen, ninety, nine, nineteen, ninety nine. Okay, and that's another one of Llewellyn, and it's out of print. Is there any plan to bring that back at some point? Right now I'm thinking about October. I have to see how. Things go in the world, but I own. The the text Llewellyn owns the title, so there's GonNa be another one called I I haven't determine a title yet. and it's going to have three maybe four additional. Chapters that were not in the book, because as far as I'm concerned with the when somebody learning astrology. Should also include solar arcs and certain things so this will have. Complete chapter on Solar Arc Solo arched amid points There's a branch of strategy, not very populated, I'm interested in and called draconic astrology. There will be a chapter on conic astrology. So It will be. Basically the same thing with three or four additional chapters. Okay Brilliant. That's exciting and you've got a new website on the way that's called new way astrology dot.

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"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

07:49 min | Last month

"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"To receive primarily my clients because I do trolley fulltime. This is how I earn my living. This is how I pay all my bills. Mostly consultations with some teaching thrown in. and the majority of clients I have women. And again and again and again when I'm seeing eleven, house issues it is. Are you able to receive? You know I'm. Giving, can you receive and they will frequently say no, I'm terrible at receiving and I say why and so often if you have a mutable sign like Gemini on the cusp of the eleventh, and guess what you get on the cusp of the second house, more often than not is virgo, rolled by the same sign or the same planet, so so often you see issues from the eleven thousand connected to issues of the second house and self worth gets in the way of being able to receive or feeling that you are lovable in the therapeutic principle, then moves toward. Teaching or or helping them to understand, they are loveable. Inherently they don't have to earn it. They something got in the way in their early life, and they don't feel they are loveable, so that eleven house piece was really really important to me in the fifth house to ability to give love. To receive love in the Second House of self worth! Coca cornerstones. so let's say aside from that he he was somewhat unique when when I learned astrology, th modern astrology like the early two thousands at didn't feel like there was a lot of focus there more focus on planets in houses, and for me, it wasn't until I came across a relatively new Allen. oaken book on the rulers of the houses that I saw a really detailed treatment of planets, ruling houses, being placed in other houses, but that was actually something that no focused on was the rulers of the houses, using the modern rulers of the signs of the Zodiac Right. significative dynamics. Yes, absolutely it rice. He used the term, so he didn't say. Ruler used the term significative when talking about the ruler of Lake. Let's say the seven thousand the plan to the rules, the seven thousand where it's placed in the chart is. Both yeah, both okay. yeah, it was mostly significative, but it was both. Okay adapt comes very very important, therapeutically the ruler of a certain house being in developmental tension. would drive the core themes. Okay and Matthew Win that. Said told me that. Noel Noel would actually emphasize the ruler of the house more potentially then planets placed in the house. Is that your understanding? Not Well. My my my understanding is there. Attention is tension whether it's the planet in the House or the planet ruling the House May obviously the planet ruling the House becomes more important. Than when there's no planet in the House, person has the ruler of the the Fourth House Involved in a grand cross. That's huge. You know as in terms of giving us an idea that there may have been some parental attention to. Talk about and we need to see to what degree if any? That has. Affected your affected a person's life. Is Not more more than actually. It's either exactly I agree. Yeah got. And in terms of the rulers of the houses or the using the modern rulers of the signs of the Zodiac Basil in your book I know used you mentioned both the modern rulers, and then the traditional rulers is co rulers was that part of Noel System, or where did he stand in terms of that whole thing? It was. It's in the book because we. The idea was that we wanted to be able to get students into the. Into the school. Who knew nothing at all about astrology? Just zero and we wanted them wanted to have a book out that. Took them. Through all of the the basics to the point, where by the time they got finished during the book, a reading books and studying it they could do a decent job with the with the horoscope, but no, no never want around talking about. Traditional rural as it was just like. Only educationally, but he would term of. Using it in analysis. One. Hundred percent. Uranus Rules Aquarius Neptune Pisces and Pluto. Rules Scorpio. Yes, you stretch out a little bit with elections in Hari of course, but with with the native analyses, it was always modern. Okay. So then he would have been one of the first generations of astrologers than where it was like fully that scheme of just using the modern rulers, since Pluto was discovered in the nineteen thirties, and then there's like arguing their arguing for a couple of decades about what sign it should be assigned to, but when North Noel comes in in the nineteen sixties and Seventies. He's pretty firmly adopting and promoting that scheme. Yes. Okay. so moving on another distinctive interpretive principle that knows pretty distinct to New Orleans I guess he came up, with was his interpretation of Saturn retrograde as being re related to self, worth issues related to the experience of the father. and. Having some unique interpretation of that, what was his his take on that? Graphic A. Well. His his authoritative statement is that when you find Saturn retrograde, there is a suggestion that the father may not have been present. Or have shown the leadership necessary or could even have been too radical. now I modify slightly, and I'm not a person who adheres to any rules hard and fast about anything I way too much renison my chart to do that so I'm a rebel, a maverick. I agree very much with Saturn retrograde. In most cases can suggest the father may not have shown leadership necessary. in some form, or may have not even been there or may have been too passive. I, think it works the majority of the time, but there are some cases where doesn't and this is where you check it out with the with the client? But when no well came up with this theory, he was working with people. He was working with the different generation specially people who had been born to. right after the World War. World, War Two and there was a tightness, and there was. It was a different stereotype. Certainly when he went to Asia, he found that to be hardened fast. You know new Saturn retrograde in the father's not present, because the father is so busy with career, but that's the theory and you check it out and you ask you know. There's a suggestion here that your father may not have been present door may be passive didn't show the leadership necessary and Oh. My God. That's all you need to say. The client confirms the client will tell you and then also the house. At Saturn rules you look at that. But you have more to say about that Basil because this is personal for you to..

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"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"That really stuck with him for some reason, and subsequently it was actually ironically true. 'cause He subsequently did by hundreds of books from Mason, and he ended up moving away from New York and going to Germany. following his opera career, but there he would have those books even shipped from Mason in New York to Germany and kept buying books and getting more and more into astrology. So. That seems like his initial connection in his initial starting point. That he was just buying astrology books and he ended up. Being self taught just through reading these books on his own, which is kind of unique. Then that he was a self taught astrologer rather than somebody who had a teacher or a mentor. And a lot of those books he bought from Zoltan Mason I have in my library now because I have no els library, and it was just incredible to open it up and see. His that store stamped on the inside of the books. It's just wonderful. Yeah and I've heard like Robert. Books there no rubber gory had a connection with. Zoltan, Mason and got into the work of. John Baptiste Maureen Marin result of that and I think I've even heard of like rob hand mentioning going to Soltan Mason's bookstore and buying books. There's it seemed like a pretty. Important place and Noel told him Noel. Actually tells US funny story in that N- that till unfiltered video about. Then, you know she would move all over the world and all over the country, and then eventually one day he was in New, York doing a book tour, and this must have been in the late two thousand late nineteen nineties early two thousands, and he tried to look up the bookstore, but the bookstore was closed, and had been closed for many years, and Mason was in his nineties by that point, but Noel was able to track him down and called him up on the phone and they met up one last time. They met at Mason's apartment. And when Noel went in, she saw that his the shells.

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"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

"noel" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Went. Right so. Your husband does like video production and you Talk to you try to actually for like a year or two to talk. into filming a series for his Master, course to get some of his methods on Taeb using like high quality video and audio production. Eventually you did it and that took a series of like. It took three trips having him out here to Virginia Beach. We had great, fun. Spending time with him in our home and it did take me two years. Good thing I'm persistent because he kept saying no and I just kept hammering away till I got my way. And he was wonderful. He's such a great performer. All we had to do literally with turn on the camera and shoot, and we had great fun. Great Fun and we've sold. The DVD's all over the world It's like inviting. Noel into your living room, so it's a good thing. Brilliant, are it well I think that's a great starting point that in terms of both of your connections and perspective with him so what I WanNa do in this discussion in this episode today's when I start by talking and outlining a bit about Noelle's biography, and and his background in astrology in his life and work, and then I also want to into though his approach to astrology, and what makes it distinctive and unique as a modern astrologer in as an approach that was crafted, taught to students in the late twentieth and early twenty first century. does it sound like a plan to you guys perfect.

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Kanye West declares he will run for US president in 2020

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

03:41 min | Last month

Kanye West declares he will run for US president in 2020

"West has been for the last five years. Talking about running for president initially said he was going to run in 2020. Then it seemed like he became a trump supporter. Remember, he visited the White House with the Red Maga. Hatton did a 19 minutes in endorsement of Trump praised he and his wife, both Kim Kardashian, both praised Trump. For the first Step Act and for criminal justice reform. Where Kanye West tweeted over the weekend that he is running for president. Not in 2020 for which was where he was planning on running, But in 2020 so this is pretty interesting because Elon Musk Is getting behind him. And he's pledging to put millions of dollars into a new Super PAC supporting Kanye West's candidacy. So he's going to run as 1/3 party candidate. Any guesses as to the name of the Kanye West political Party that he is forming any What would you think if a five year old was running for president and they had to create a political party? What do you think the five year old would call the political party? You got me, okay? He is running under the banner of the birthday party. The name of Kanye West Party is the birthday party. He did this for our rambling interview with Forbes yesterday. Does that mean if it's the birthday party and he becomes president? When? At the inauguration, the first lady will wear a birthday so well, that might get him some votes. Right? Be careful with that. With that suggestion, he told Forbes Now you might ask the question that I asked. Why is it the birthday party? Why would you call the birthday party? According to Forbes, Kanye West said, because when we win It's everybody's birthday. That's that's what he's also selected a running mate. Her name is Michelle Tib All she is an obscure preacher from Wyoming. Tid Balti. I d B A L L. It's a Noel. Honestly, someone I've never heard of before. But I've just reached out to her to see if she wanted come on the radio with us this week to talk about her platform. And you know a lot of people. He's officially off the Trump train, he said. I'm taking the red hat off with this interview, and a lot of people have raised Russ the possibility that This might have even been a NatElec by Trump because he has a relationship with Kanye to get him to run to siphon off black votes from Joe Biden, because if Biden has 10 to 20% of the black vote Goto any other candidate other than him, then all likelihood is Trump's gonna get reelected. He apparently Emmett, do you think this is a scam? Well, some people have said that But he is insisting that that's not the case that he's in this like he's done everything his whole life. He's in it to win it, but he's he's saying he's not denying that this could result in siphoning off black votes from the Democratic nominee and possibly helping Trump. He says, quote I'm not denying it. I just told you But to say that the black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy. And you'll enjoy this little tidbit. Russ, this was a you could imagine the poor, Forbes reported that had to sit through this for for four hours. He has never voted in his entire life. But we've does a good country America Country America, But we've done some investigating and apparently someone named Kanye West, who happens to have his same birthday did vote in the state of New York in the year 2014

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Give God Your Revenge

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

03:40 min | Last month

Give God Your Revenge

"Beloved? Never offend yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God. For it is written. Vengeance is mine I will repay, says the Lord Romans Twelve nineteen. Why is this such a crucial promise? In overcoming are bent toward bitterness and revenge. The reason is that this promised answers, one of the most powerful impulses behind anger, an impulse that is not entirely wrong. In many cases, real wrongs have been done to us. Therefore, it is not entirely wrong to feel that justice should be done. What's wrong is to feel that we must make it happen. And that we may feel bitter until it does. This would be deadly the steak. During my seminary days, Noel and I were in a small group for couples that began to relate. At a fairly. Deep personal level. One evening we were discussing. Forgiveness and anger. One of the young wives said that she could not and would not. Forgive her mother. For something she had done under as a young girl. We talked about some of the biblical commands and warnings concerning. An unforgiving spirit be kind to one another tenderhearted forgiving. One another as God in Christ, forgave you, if agents four thirty two. If you do not forgive others, neither will your father forgive your trespasses? Matthew six fifteen. But. She would not budge. So I warned her. That her very soul was in danger if she kept on with such an attitude of unforgiving bitterness. But. She was adamant that she would not forgive her mother. The grace of God's judgment. Is promised to us in Romans twelve as a means of helping US overcome such a deadly spirit of revenge and bitterness. Paul's argument is that we can be sure that all wrongs will be dealt with by God and that we can leave the matter in his hands. Because vengeance belongs to the Lord. To motivate us to lay down our vengeful desires. He gives us a promise. I will repay. Says the Lord. The promise that frees us from an unforgiving, bitter vengeful spirit is the promise that God will settle our accounts. He will do it far more justly and mercifully and more thoroughly than we ever could. He punishes all sin. Nobody gets away with anything. He punishes it either in Christ on the Cross for those who repent and trust him or In Hell for those who don't. Therefore. We can back off. And leave room. For God to do his perfect work.

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‘Egregious’ behavior gets 2 Miami Gardens officers fired, chief says

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

‘Egregious’ behavior gets 2 Miami Gardens officers fired, chief says

"And I'm gardens police chief firing two cops were under a criminal investigation the former officers identified as have you had a test I know and Jordy Mattel were caught on camera brutally beating a man back in March chief Delma Noel Pratt called the behavior Regis and that it would not be tolerated in her

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"noel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:12 min | 2 months ago

"noel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"A Noel the participating stores standard ground shipping exclusions apply now more than ever tell your I. phone or home device to play ten ten wins and let's stay connected news watch never stops you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world seventy nine and mostly sunny at six twenty the Marlins and here's what's happening at demonstrators for George Floyd gathering at Cadman plaza in Brooklyn today for a big service there they honored him and then of course the later stage the March which is still going on they went across the Brooklyn Bridge and headed to parts elsewhere now how does appear to update us on that story and that police attack in Brooklyn last night the NYPD's as a man casually walked up to a trio of officers and went on the attack leaving two of them with gunshot wounds and another staff that suspect in critical conditions in phase one of new York's re opening happens on Monday and they would have lost your sense of it all goes well face to could happen somewhere around the first week of July and piers Morgan's life into president trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani went off the rails last night they were on good morning Britain this morning actually in a sit down with some observers thought they were actually going to bring out the gloves wins accu weather a few showers tonight and then a humid low sixty seventy Centro de Bloomberg Wall Street trades near flat falls that gets most of it back trying to figure out of recent rallies world replaced the Dow ends up twelve wins news time six twenty four from the traffic center now here is Greg rice but Larry as you mentioned at the top there was a rather large demonstration that originated in downtown Brooklyn earlier this afternoon following the memorial for George boy they marched across the Brooklyn Bridge within the last half hour or so they finally re opened in the city bound Brooklyn Bridge Brooklyn brown side has been open it's just not easy ride best way and out of the city continues to be the midtown tunnel that you find your way from there and also we've been monitoring the demonstrations to give the traffic side of this they have marched across housed in St at a public warning a place mostly into Union Square park those closures around Union Square I will not not Union Square park Washington Square park at around Foley square as well there is also a large gathering of demonstrators right at Columbus circle right by the units here as we watch that on the ten ten which GM cancel on the roads that lead to and through Columbus circle are also going to be shut down again so some closures near Washington Square park as well as Foley square in lower Manhattan cross Bronx west bell the worst of the open George you can blame that on a crash just near Jerome Avenue brokered you can cobble get your home better link in our final westbound between the crawl continues because Boulevard all the way on down towards the area of Hamilton Avenue and the south down van wick slam to walk away Boulevard traffic is sponsored by him to water it just pure water infused with surprisingly true fruit flavors including watermelon blackberry and cherry no sugar no sweeteners no calories available in your local grocery store or a drink can't dot com hits water with a touch of true fruit flavor I'm Greg rice on ten ten wins memorials and demonstrations on full display today for George Floyd several more services and marches planned for the weekend.

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A groundbreaking terrorism charge against an alleged incel

The Big Story

09:50 min | 3 months ago

A groundbreaking terrorism charge against an alleged incel

"You probably don't remember the name Ashley. Noel are Daca even if you heard about her killing when it happened police tapes around the crime scene here at the crown. Spa near Wilson and Dufferin. An active investigation is underway. One woman in her early. Twenty S is dead falling a stabbing earlier this afternoon and to others. Who are also involved in. The incident aren't hospital. The Grand Scheme of the new cycle at the time it was a small tragedy with victims and violence and a first degree murder charge and a court date to come at some point. The crime happened at the end of February. Just as newscasts were starting to be dominated by the emergence of covid nineteen so the story got lost until Tuesday when the charges against the accused were updated and two words were added right after murder terrorist activity and this is important because I the image that those two words might conjure in some minds is not even close to what police say happened here and second because certainly in Canada and quite likely around the whole world. This is the first time that charge has been used in this way. Every murder in Toronto is a tragedy. Every murder should be covered and every victim should be mourned. And we probably know that. That's not always the case. So what is it about this one? That might leave a legacy that is significant to victims and activists across the world. What might those two words at the end of the charge change in our fight against misogyny Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story? Stuart Bell is a reporter with Global News and he was part of a team of journalists. Who broke this story? Hello Stuart. Why don't you start by telling me what we know about what happened on February twenty? Four th in as much detail as you can well as about noon on a Monday and The owner of a A massage parlor in Toronto Heard some loud noises coming from a back room and she went to see what's going on and a man came out with a believable machete started attacking her. She was actually able to wrestle with a bad and eventually stabbed him as well and so the to them came outside covered in blood. Witnesses saw them. Come outside the storefront Bleeding heavily and police arrived. They found the body of a woman inside at twenty four four year old woman and they arrested the young person who was injured at the scene at the time they charged him with first degree murder and attempted murder but it was always a big question. Mark over this particular killing as to why. What was the motive for it in there were? There was some especially given Toronto's history with the in cells in the two thousand eighteen van attack. There was some speculation. No could this be but it was only yesterday when the charges were laid in court when we finally got the confirmation that in fact Police are alleging that this was an insult attack. Let's start with The victim of the attack. What do we know about her? And I guess about the place where this happened like set the scene for us a little bit so we have some context for for the charges while it's an erotic massage parlor if you read their website they certainly don't conceal the fact that You know there perhaps a little bit more than massage other certainly encouraging a certain type of Clientele. The woman was killed was twenty four years old. She was a mother. The woman who was injured was thirty years old believe she's described herself as the owner of the of the business She had some cuts honor arms. You know sort of defensive kind of wounds. We know why this particular place was targeted. We don't know for sure but certainly from other in related attacks over the years we've seen places targeted for example a Yoga Studio in Florida just because the attacker believed that was a place where he could find women which were really his target right so that may have been the case here as well. What do we know about the alleged killer? Well we don't know much in can't say of what we know. Because he's a youth he seventeen and therefore his identity is protected by the Young Offenders Act. It's just not even possible to discuss anything that would reveal his identity but we do know from our police. Sources that Following his arrest he made statements that put him in line with cell ideology. One police source told OUR CATHERINE MACDONALD A Global Toronto that he wanted to kill as many women as possible. We also heard that. He said he was familiar with the Toronto Van Attacker and the author of what is considered to be the in cell manifesto for police to come out and say outright that they believe this was inspired by ideology You can bet they must have some either from his own statements or his maybe as online usage or maybe both they probably have evidence that certainly leads them in that direction. Can you explain the significance of the way? The police have changed the charge. What does it mean? Well it significant on a bunch of levels. You know if you look back at the history of terrorist attacks just in the last couple of years There was the the van attack in Edmonson. There was The Quebec mosque shooting was the the Toronto Van Attack. In twenty eighteen in all those cases. Either certainly things that looked like textbook terrorism but in none of those cases where terrorism charges brought with the prosecutors did in those cases was basically say We're charging you with first degree murder or attempted murder and I think the the reasoning behind not pursuing terrorism aspect of that is it really doesn't add anything in the end result and it may be even makes the prosecution more difficult. Because you've got to prove the motive. The motive was somehow terrorism related. But I think you'll probably have noticed. There was a lot of push back to that. Why was the Quebec Mosque? Shooting not officially considered terrorism. Why was the the Toronto Vanak not treated as an act of terrorism? I think that caused a lot of confusion in a lot of people were upset so I think it's entirely possible that we've seen a bit of a change here Don't forget three days before this massage parlor attack. There was another attack. There was a woman in scarborough on sidewalk when she was attacked. By a man with a hammer in killed he was also arrested and charged with the same murder terrorist activity charge and he was alleged to have been a supporter of is this ideology so in that case they they did lay that terrorism charge. So I think when you look at those two cases together for probably seeing Abbot of a sea change in terms of prosecutors in police saying look I think it is it is important that when terrorism happens we treat it as terrorism that we recognize it for what it is and you know even though it not change the length of time that the person will spend in prison. It's important for the community to have it recognized for what it really is and I think there's another significance as well and I've heard this from sources over this particular case which is one of the best ways to interrupt. Terrorism is for people to recognize when individuals are going down that path of violent radicalization so for parents for example. We're talking about a seventeen year old in this case for parents or friends or people that are around our teachers people that are around someone to have a better idea of what terrorism looks like how people behave when the radicalizing in into to intervene when they see that happened to get that person help before they end up picking up a a knife for were renting a van and mowing people down and so I think by the hope is that by prosecuting. These types of things as terrorism Dell help raise awareness among people. Terrorism is not just nine eleven. It comes in different forms it can be just a young person online radicalizing attaching themselves to a cause and deciding to go in and pick up everyday objects as weapons and to do something in their mind for their cause. So I think that's the other significance is hopefully benefit in terms

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U.S. officials say Kim Jong Un may be incapacitated after surgery

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

06:09 min | 4 months ago

U.S. officials say Kim Jong Un may be incapacitated after surgery

"Yesterday we got notice that Kim Jong moon was brain dead that's right the head of the north Korean regime brain dead according to NBC's Katy tur she tweeted it at least for a couple minutes the gigantic splashing tweet this unbelievable she writes north Korean leader Kim Jong moon is brain dead according to two U. S. officials he recently had a cardiac surgery and slipped into a coma according to one U. S. current and one former US official she wrote her tweet came as a follow up to CNN report that suggested that Kim jong-un's in great health not so then everybody gets whipped into a frenzy courtesy of two reports one from C. N. N. one from what I say about this and it's not long after that the Chinese and hookers with Chinese as a complete the but in the south Koreans come out and they said the same that actually everything seems fine North Korea fine being the same as always the status quo continues no indication that there's anything going on that is normal level of brain dead not like the like physically print right so should the should the Kim Jong moon theory is one that the like basically there's something going on if it is the point is it came out as a theory was reported by Katy tur as like as if it was a fact and then she deleted and apologized because he didn't have enough information so the update we have this morning for you on the status of Kim Jong moon is that yesterday former national current national security adviser Robert o'brien indicated that the trump administration is closely monitoring reports about the health of the north Korean dictator but he indicated yesterday to reporters again it's too early to talk about that we don't know what condition chairman Kim is in and we'll have to see how it plays out so how does that how do we get from we don't know what condition he's into Kim jong-un's brain dead and how come NBC hasn't accounted at all for the fact that it's reporter said that public and there was no scrutiny yesterday can you imagine of a conservative out whatever with America of course well of course we knew we know that the I mean the song's been plague is only in times we know exactly how it ends we know how the you know the the show ends but it but here's the I was going to give credit to Katie Turner for at least apologizing for the tweet she deleted it and apologised as opposed to just deleting it pretending like it never happened yeah she did is it all shoot their fallen trees that apologies the single word and it was it is like it looks I give I give her credit for that that's how low the bar is yeah Noel is if you know it's really bad anyway so there is she hasn't had to account for it and nobody is forced her to and this is you know par for the course yeah that NBC would be treated with kid gloves on a story like that you know it's just a simple mistake nope nothing to see here listen everyone in the media understands that it doesn't have to be right you have to be first I've given up with stories that I read in and I delve into and the sense doesn't make sense to me and I'm looking and I'm reading up to go back a couple times I'm like oh my gosh they just have a wrong word in here or they have an extra word or the world word is spelled H. U. R. E. instead of H. E. A. R. or something like that there's no proofreading it's just get it out quick get out faster we'll worry about the rest of it later and so I think you're going to see more of this you're going to see more of these hoops my bads because of that that that's the standard to which journalism has now sunk if you know if it bleeds it leads if it's about trump and it's bad of course it goes right to the front and we'll worry about getting it right later well thinking everything about trump is the great scent of the modern media because it distorts anybody's ability to convey the truth but with regards to like typos and spelling errors I I think you're probably right there broadly indicative of other sloppiness but I'm not as I don't get annoyed by that as much I understand the rush to get stuff up on the internet or or wherever you publish it here's the issue the facts have to be sterile what you know has to be strong who you site has to be strong that is the most important obligation you have in your strategic hip shots about the death of a world leader and they're like oh sorry I wasn't well versed enough U. P. that's not your job your job is not rumor mongering it's sorting through the noise and finding the signal that's why you're considered a reporter that's what the point of the job is I just view the job of journalism having changed because I remember when I was taking journalism it was who what where why when and you have to proof read it and you had to make sure not only were your facts right but that your sentences made sense in that there weren't words missing or words added or or things were misspelled because it made you seem less authoritative it made you seem less professional so I see the whole industry changing less professional doesn't matter because you got to get things up on the internet quick so if there's a mistake so well you know the reader gets the gist of what we're trying out a and and and and with that follows you know what the the accepting of things like this yeah I mean all of that but all of this to those points they're all correctable like you know it's one of the things you make an error you shouldn't and this is also part of the part of the reason for that merry is because of the way journalism has changed in terms of the editing structure and it used to be that there were more barriers to entry before your content existed in public yes L. Katie turned to Twitter account and write a terror tweets without an editor stopping her like what what what what what what wait a second how do you know that and you got out here yeah and and that's on that's on her boss on her editor and to say you can't put that stuff out there with outsourcing it because the people look at this as a reporting venue and you put that out there is a new sources if you've broken a story and you didn't do it through through your boss or your normal route of reporting through your job you need to source you can't do this no question huge story

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Trump tells governors to expect new social distancing guidelines

Reveal

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Trump tells governors to expect new social distancing guidelines

"President trump is telling governors his administration is working on new social distancing guidelines as NPR's Frank or donors explains trump reiterated that he wants to open more sectors of the U. S. economy by Easter the president wrote in a letter that the new guidelines will help states make decisions about maintaining increasing a relaxing social distancing measures based on data collected by the administration counties will be categorized as high risk medium risk or low risk his letter echoes comments by advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who told NPR's Noel king the increase testing could help lesser impacted communities trace and isolate cases there are many many many more tests that are out there now than they were just a few weeks ago it was somewhat of a slow start but we're in the process of rather clearly correcting that the sound she added they still need more data to make informed

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Bad habits and baby voices

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

08:18 min | 5 months ago

Bad habits and baby voices

"I will. I just got back last night from Kansas House in Kansas. For four days filming a I was hosting a show with zeiler Falkland because no beauty in the bolt checkout. She's great together. We hosted this inventor show called make forty eight and it's about ten groups of people that get together in their forty eight hours to invent something design it make a one minute fill and do a pitch to basically like three sharks and then the best person the winner wins ten thousand dollars and we have a lot of fun it was it was a great experience and I got to meet some really great people I got a? I got to meet a patent trademark lawyer who I'm going to continue to work with shoes. Amazing did little log segment on her. So I'm looking forward to putting up. She's amazing What else also jokingly. I was on a plane yesterday and you talked about. I was waiting to get on the plane in the Waiting Area. A Guy kept side. I I was like okay. I wonder if he knows me so I just ignored it. And he kept side iming and then at one point I got up and talked to my phone and I held my phone to him and the whole back of my phone says dressed on it right after I got off the phone. I was wondering if that was you and I just saw the back of your own. If you don't mind I just WANNA say hello. He's very nice guy. He's dude he was coming Albany to do some electromechanical worker. What he does reliving. So you're talking but I realized I'm trying to be discreet having my name plus on the back of my telephone. It's probably not no. He was asleep. Dude but traveling was Was everybody's worried about me traveling but everything was fine. It all X-ray only so three people with masks through four airports. I mean through four four times at the airport Taylor said to me straight away when she picked up. She's like a lot of people wear masks necessarily so three people. So and there's lots of hand sanitizer around so it didn't seem to be the man the big deal that at least it seems like right now. Who knows where it's going but traveling was great in any event was a lot of fun. And that's going to be on the air they're going to edit what we shot into ten episodes of TV the last two or three of which will be the winners developing their product outside of the show trying to develop their products sell blind so check that out that would be season four of make forty eight so their season one two and three already out there in in last last year this time I was a judge on season three so I was one of the judges this time I was actually host. So where's this going to be like? Where's this available? It's on It's it's got coverage of ninety eight percent of the PBS stations across the United States. A PBS so I think you can go to their website and see. The old episodes previously published seasons this three previous seasons. It's weird that I never heard about this thing. But at workbench on they made a big deal out of it and like You know you guys all the people that were going to be hosting stuff got up and talked about it and stuff and I'd never even heard of it or maybe I just never heard of the name. Yeah well I probably mentioned it last year but it is it. You know. It's it's a little tiny. It's definitely a little marketing effort. That could you know. It's not huge in a big way and it gets paid for underwriters Stanley. Black and decker underwriter. And they're not really when somebody underwrite something. It's really more just like the the greater good of the community. They're not really using it as a huge advertising opportunity but they do have logos and stuff throughout the show but it isn't explicitly in your face so make forty eight is the brandon. We're GONNA be doing an event in Vegas If everything stays scheduled right after make essential so Kristen from I'm sorry. I'm getting confused as so many show events organizing my kristen from workbench. Khan and the make for eighteen teamed up to do this event at the hardware show in Vegas and that's why we pitched we did a little sales pitch at the end of Workbench. Khan and just people if you wanted to come. And it's going to be ten teams of people making stuff and I'm going to be the host again with Zeila but other mentors will be like April and in Izzy and a few other people will be the mentors for those teams so they'll be guiding those voluntary teams to builds stuff at the show. So the alive bill. It's not. It's not the same type of invention show where somebody wins. It's going to be ten. Things get built by ten teams and it gets gets followed throughout the five days or four days and it's really just like a big build off. Live bill buff. People can come in watch every day and see how the teams do. And that's in the then. Those products will be given away as gifts to a good cause. I'll put a link to the make forty eight site which is just make for you. Eight dot com in the In the show notes and it looks like you can watch the episodes of the previous seasons and stuff on the website. So what's to check it out anyway? That was a great experience back now back in action so you. That's I mean. Have you made anything in the past week? Or if you've just been doing that no well this week. I gotTa start another doing another fundraiser. For the Jesse Comes Foundation Jessi. Combs is the the race car driver who died last summer trying to set the land speed record and we were all kind of friendly with. I just started to get to know her. She came and spent some time here at the House with me and Taylor and she wanted to learn about youtube so she she we had met at an event she's like. Hey can I come hang out with you? Learn about Youtube because she was going to transition from TV to youtube so we spent some time together we had a crash course in developing a friendship and then she died unfortunately about two months later in a car accident and so a group of us are getting together with Make for Jesse to raise money for her foundation as the girls donations. So that this week I'm GonNa make a picture frame in Mark Adams. The photographer has a lot of really beautiful. Pictures OF JESSE WILL MIRO EVENTS. So everybody got a picture of big picture printed on like aluminum. It's a really sturdy. Beautiful print very expensive print in each one of us are making a frame. And I'm GonNa do that this week. So and unless we video was arrested of Joe. Press which is amazing amazing old Joe. Press Lovie if you haven't seen not take a look at that Joe Press from eighteen ninety s Cincinnati. Joe Press from made Noel so Yup I. I'm I set aside some time to go. Read the comments on their his on like you were making fun of yourself of what the what the commenters we're going to do. And so many people are imitating your baby voice in the common. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah the baby voice. I did on the JAAKKO documentaries hilarious. I'M GONNA actually get it to video of the baby voice doing it more because people love it. It's like me and Dave Welder. Invented that concept years ago. We only did it one time where we will. I was showing. I was showing people how to use the table. Saw and David was the troll voice from behind the camera. And I haven't done it again. Everybody thinks that something they've seen a few times. We've only did it that one time. And then in the Jaakko documentaries the second time. So now the troll voices the baby boys and people really love it so everyone notices. You know. They'll complain them in the bottle. They'll be like in baby voice so I know that. Just kidding or when somebody really is is some is taking a swipe at me. I Say Okay. Now say that again but stayed in the baby boys. That's all I say because so I gotta give you the link I would be to give you the link to the Jesse thing because it's something we wanNA promote. Okay Yeah but in the show notes You should get your your audience to like win. Somebody is attacking you for them to leave a response to that just says like baby voice and it just will add the tone someone else's comment no doing it doing it already. It's great that's all. It's so funny because I think it's going to become a very prolific thing. They're going to be doing another everyone. Because you know we get sooner. We get a real vicious comments. Or instead of just deleting it I'M GONNA leave it up and just have everybody's they say the baby voice say it say in the baby voice? Say

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Coronavirus is starting to hit Big  Brand's bottom line

All Things Considered

03:47 min | 6 months ago

Coronavirus is starting to hit Big Brand's bottom line

"Of the world's most recognizable brands are feeling the fallout from the corona virus outbreak in China the virus has sickened nearly seventy five thousand people there it has also temporarily crippled the world's second largest economy and caused headaches for global companies such as adidas and Procter and gamble well there are some encouraging signs the outbreak is spreading more slowly no one can say for certain when it will be under control NPR Scott Horsley reports the corona virus outbreak has delivered a one two punch to apple temporarily shuddering both factories and retail stores in China apple warned investors it will miss its profit and sales targets for the quarter Lynn one was with a research firm IDC says a lot of other technology hardware companies will likely suffer a similar hit because they depend on suppliers located near the epicenter of the epidemic if we think about war Han in the group a province itself there's a lot of critical display in panels that are used in things from phones all the way up to notebook so V. device end of the technology sector is expected to be hit hard by the destruction along the supply chain there's still no telling how long the corona virus outbreak will last but Wong says even in the best case scenario many businesses will be looking at a months long recovery we've already lost a significant amount of production behind us in given the slow trickle of manufacturing of labor of logistics when being back up we expect more loss into Q. two Nike which does a lot of business in China it won't reported earnings for another month or so but adidas and puma said this week their operations in the country have been disrupted Steve Ammar who heads the American apparel and footwear association is not surprised China is both an important supplier as well as an important retail market adidas said its sales in China have fallen about eighty five percent since the lunar new year the marshes Chinese customers might still be ordering online during the outbreak but that's about it some stores are closed other stores are open but you know not many people are venturing out large has one saving grace is clothing and shoe manufacturers have already stockpiled merchandise for spring and early summer so they have a bit more of a question than they otherwise might ordinarily they be producing products for the late summer and back to school seasons now so the challenges his members are facing with production won't be visible right away some of them still reporting factories that are being closed or not allowed to open many them reporting the factories are open but they're not necessarily at full capacity American automakers have also begun restarting their plants in China over the last ten days so far they say assembly plants in the US have not suffered any shortage of parts from China but General Motors Ford and fiat Chrysler all say they're monitoring the situation closely with much of the country under quarantine in recent weeks getting products in and out of China remains challenging CEO Noel white of Tyson foods told analysts this week China wants to buy a lot more pork from the U. S. but shipments have been delayed by traffic tie ups a Chinese ports what I tell you today is probably gonna be different tomorrow which is different than yesterday because it it literally changes on on a daily basis that kind of uncertainty is never good for business economist sung won Sohn of loyal Ameren not university says the virus outbreak like the trade war is causing some US companies to re think their reliance on China suppliers this will celebrate the fracturing and shifting of the supply chain from China to the rest of the world but while there may be value in having multiple suppliers in more than one country sounds as that insurance policy is likely to come with extra cost one more lasting price tag of the corona virus epidemic so Horsley NPR news

New York Icons: Kaufman Astoria Studios

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

10:09 min | 6 months ago

New York Icons: Kaufman Astoria Studios

"New York for its entire. History has brought people together of wildly different backgrounds and that might be different races or cultures or a geographic areas Irish people and Jews and African Americans and you know Italians but also different classes. You had the tenement girl and the rich playboy and everybody in between well. That's just a natural for storytelling. But when these stories were told by Hollywood what was distinctly New York about them could get flattened out for the mainstream. If you look today at a Marx brothers movies the first couple of Marx brothers films. They're throwing all these terms around. Mommy's Nora Nori. There is Jewish for free loader animal crackers in the coconuts where designs you know for a New York audience but when the Marx Brothers then do moved to Hollywood and they begin making films for MGM. There's no Yiddish in those movies anymore. Right they become the sort of universal. You Know Hollywood movie Marx Brothers that that's from forty second street classical nine hundred thirty three musical about the Broadway chorus girl who becomes a star that connick number has the busby Berkeley dance formations but it also has the skyline the elevated train street vendors and attempted rape and murder. It's a film about New York. Made in Hollywood that helped form what sanders calls the mythic city. That dream version of New York. That's a distillation of the real place. Forty Second Street and all those back stage musicals that were made all the homes that were about the putting on of a Broadway show. They were shot in Broadway theaters. They were shot in Hollywood sound stage theaters. You know there was just endless numbers of these amazing films which did not have a single frame except possibly the establishing shot the opening shot would be shot in New York as the credits ran by with music behind him in. May Nineteen thirty. Three paramount turned the Astoria studios over to its main creditor western electric that companies filmmaking arm Eastern Services Studios INC operated it as a rental studio for independent productions. Its output varied widely. The Scoundrel for example was set in Manhattan's literary world. Noel Coward plays a ruthless hated publisher. Julian place the woman he charms. Mary's then abandoned putting something happened. Man I do live. I hope you're playing folk killed when you're dying using it on. The homepage of the year does not think of human when he dies. He's condemned to damnation unless he finds one person on Earth to mourn. Him novelists writes Ben. Hecht and Charles MacArthur rotated but at Astoria. They also got to produce and direct. They won an academy award for best original. We don't be Marquette. Hulu your new. There was a series of Spanish language. Musical starring Tangos Star Carlos Gardell Tambien. A nineteen thirty. Three's Emperor Jones was based on the controversial Eugene O'Neill play main character was a black pullman porter who escapes prison to become dictator of a small island. The film could only have been made with independent funding. Then the studios were called to service for World War Two. The Department acquired the property in Nineteen Forty Two and the pictorial center of the army. Signal Corps moved into make trading and propaganda films. They expanded the facility and built barracks for the soldiers. The army used motion pictures in the war effort and turned to experienced filmmakers for help frank. Capra worked on a series of orientation films called why we fight one episode related to our won the Oscar for best documentary. Just what was it? Made US change our way of living overnight but turned our resources are machines our whole nation into one vast awesome producing more and more weapons of war instead of the old materials by the end of the war the ABC employed over two thousand people making movies over half of them civilians. All this work even brought new film techniques like multiple angles shooting and change film in even more momentous ways for five years American audience. It has been seeing newsreels. And it's someone you know. A movie maker said well you couldn't you couldn't bring in the enemy for for production meeting you know before. The battle and people went out with sixteen millimeter cameras. And these lightweight cameras that could go everywhere. They saw actual action after the war audiences and creators had developed a taste for this more realistic filmmaking. There was an appetite. For a new kind of filmmaking. That would be used more available light less contrived cinematography be shot with faster. Granier film be more shot on location and feel more like a took place in real place and not this kind of fabricated construct and be more adult this desire for realism meant the glossy representations of New York. That Hollywood made before the war wouldn't do director is like Ilya. Kazan felt their stories needed New York locations and New York talent. You don't understand I coulda had class. Gerber contamination could have been somebody by the MID FIFTIES NEW YORK. Filmmakers were more than just contenders. The Oscar wins for on the waterfront in nineteen fifty five and Mardi fifty six affirm. That excellence could come from outside. Hollywood New York is setting is capable of whatever mood or dramatic statement? You WanNa make architecturally in its light for talk about winter light as Mr Bergman did. New York's winter light image. That Sidney Lumet in the documentary film titled by Sidney Lumet. He grew up on the lower east side in nineteen fifty seven. He went from directing theater and TV. Two movies with twelve angry men. You're asking us to believe that somebody else did the stabbing with exactly the same kind of knife. Larger a million or one go onto make more New York classics like Serpico Dog Day afternoon and network. He died in twenty eleven. I'm not comfortable anyplace but New York when I leave New York for any other place in the United States My nose starts to bleed. Filmmakers at this time took full advantage of New York locations for their exterior shooting. When they needed a controlled indoor set they may do with whatever studios were available. Tv Or old movie studios the old Bronx by graph for example operated as a rental studio under different names until the seventy s the Astoria Studios. Meanwhile were still occupied by the army. There was some leftover stages from the twenty s and they reuse them and Sidney Lumet told me amazing stories of going onto these studios which he was in an editing room up in the Bronx. That had been Edison's old editing suite with an e draw you know kind of worked into the curtains E for Edison. These were the oldest movie studios in the world and they were using them in the nineteen fifties to make all those great early in mid fifty s movies like Twelve angry men and on the waterfront the city eventually recognized how vital New York and the screener to each other in nineteen sixty six mayor. John established the first mayor's film office in the world to lower hurdles to filming their Lindsay's film office streamline the permitting process and removed a lot of red tape for shooting in the city he even dedicated a police. Unit to location shoots then in nineteen seventy. The army moved production to different site and turned the Astoria property over to the federal government. This was not simply a movement of some soldiers because most of the people making the films were grips carpenters electricians and actress who were part of. New York's commercial motion picture industry so they were not at all happy when this plug got pulled in Astoria. The complex sat abandoned. For years unprotected and open vandals people would go in there. Rip The copper out of the walls and those people with a purpose then they were also just people in there for mischief terrible condition in the meantime you have this eyesore at the edge of a residential communities have halfway between the area and Long Island city. It's just getting worse and worse and worse. They abandoned cars dropped all around weeds growing through the sidewalk. I remember this very clearly. The film unions local community and the city got together to preserve the studio site. Save film jobs and clean up the neighborhood in nineteen seventy seven. They formed the nonprofit a story of Motion Picture and Television Center Foundation. They managed to prevent the studio from being sold off or turn down by getting the site on the National Register of historic places a process that normally took years.

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CDC reports 92 pediatric flu deaths, 2 in Kansas - WIBW

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

CDC reports 92 pediatric flu deaths, 2 in Kansas - WIBW

"Five flu season has been especially hard on children with flu related child deaths and hospitalizations at the highest point in a decade the CDC says ninety two flu related child does have already been reported it is higher at this point in the year than in any season in the past decade Dr Noel Rees says one reason for that is that the two strains going around this season are both especially hard on children what we found is that there's been more of a higher predominance of influence in the and unfortunately influenza B. tends to affect the pediatric population bit harder according to the CDC flu cases have risen in the last few weeks with an estimate of twenty six million flu cases two hundred and fifty thousand hospitalizations and fourteen thousand

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Tatum scores 39, Celtics hold off Clippers 141-133 in 2OT

First Take

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Tatum scores 39, Celtics hold off Clippers 141-133 in 2OT

"The celtics weren't action last night. One in double overtime thriller over the Clippers. One forty one one thirty three to spray huge games Boston's Jason Tatum and market sorry. The biggest headline was Paul George. Leaving the game with a strained left hamstring injury. Doc Rivers Express his concerns after the game. Take a listen. Noel told me if he felt his hamstring again. So Said it wasn't bad and I said he told me that you know I don't think he wanted to come out. But that's why don't you tell me Your Hamstring? You feel anything you know. We have a all star break coming up no-brainer for

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Worries About The Economic Contagion Of The Coronavirus

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:41 min | 7 months ago

Worries About The Economic Contagion Of The Coronavirus

"Do not travel to China. The State Department warned last night. That advisory was issued after the world. Health Organization declared the corona virus outbreak a global health. Emergency ency the virus emerged in China. But now they're almost ten thousand cases across the world. So what is all of this mean for a very globalized economy. NPR's chief economics mix correspondent Scott horsely online Scott. Good morning do not travel to China's quite a warning that's right a travel companies were among the first to feel the effects of this outbreak break. We had already seen a substantial drop in travel. A lot of airlines had already scaled back or eliminated service to China and this will certainly add that although the worst of course the big question is we don't know how long this travel advisory will remain in effect. Well there's that uncertainty. There's a lot of other uncertainties as well. You've been looking into what this could. It cost the global economy. Would you find this is a new virus and so there's a lot we don't know how easily it spreads how deadly it is how long the outbreak extends so people are having to make guesses. We've seen some wild swings in the stock market this week as investors. Try to get a handle on this. The Federal Reserve certainly paying attention a fed chairman. Jerome Powell observe. This is weak that we've already seen a lot of human suffering but the economic fallout is still very much a question mark. Of course the situation is is really in its early stages and it's very uncertain about how far it will spread and what the macroeconomic effects will be in China in its immediate trading partners neighbors and around the world even if the outbreak outbreak is largely contained within China. You know you're talking about the world's second largest economy Noel. Twenty percent of all economic activity around the globe so there will be ripple effects we have watched a number of cases. Go up two thousand four thousand six thousand eight thousand now. Nearly ten thousand as the number of cases goes up. Does that correlate with or translate to new economic damage the numbers have certainly climbed rapidly. And because this is a novel virus that gets your attention but the numbers are still pretty small compared to what we see all the time live from more familiar illnesses like the flu. The thousands of people who've been sick and with corona virus would barely be a blip on the global economic radar. It's the tens of millions of people who've been quarantined that are really causing the economic costs. Those people who are not traveling who are not shopping. Chinese consumers have become much bigger players on the world stage and they used to be for example China's now the number two market in the world for starbucks That company shuttered more than half its stores in China. That's a lot of coffee. That's not being drunk. Of course China's also a major supplier to American companies and American consumers That's another place. We'll see the impact. So Chinese Chinese factories factories were already shuttered for the Lunar New Year holiday but that extent shutdown has has now been extended That will have ripple effects and during the trade war a lot of US businesses started to explore looking alternate suppliers. But you can't replace China overnight and this is another reminder of that. We always hear that. We live in a global economy. What miss an episode? Like this. Tell us about that. Fact in a way no L. The global economy is like that wet market in Wuhan where scientists suspect this outbreak began. You know it's a place place where wild and domestic animals were all crowded together and viruses can easily jump from one species to another today's global economy. We're all crowded together and interconnected connected and while there are lots of advantages to that there are also some risks. What happens in Wuhan doesn't necessarily stay in Wuhan? And even though Chinese authorities have tried to wall off this this outbreak with these massive quarantines once those global business ties are established. They're very hard Don Juan. So really interesting. Metaphor N._p._R.'s chief economics correspondent Scott. horsely Scott thank you you're

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Voice Beyond Weather and Music with the Co-Founders of VoxxUp

Inside VOICE

07:17 min | 8 months ago

Voice Beyond Weather and Music with the Co-Founders of VoxxUp

"Now I know both of you are all about encouraging the voice tech world to think beyond whether music why do you think. The voice channel is underutilized in spite of the exploding adoption and Sunday. Start with you. I think the basic reason here is this. Particular Channel is still clearing that you glazed brands to brands ousted. Lot really last. This particular channel to engage with the customers veto to their customers in a meaningful manner which again brings gloves to the question. As to why are they not using the journal would effectively which we believe in this basically comes from interaction what action with a number of prospects and planes that have been working with right. I think it boils down to three things. One is. People are obeyed off off the exploding adoption of ways and smart speakers and You know the numbers are published regularly. But this didn't understand as to what is the use case that they can today the loss lack of education especially when the decision because as to how they can meaningfully engaged with the second Christian that the always face redoubt prospects and customers Hobie blue that skill or election exists somehow been only I believe that if they have say still have to market but some of that doesn't do for the voice skills our actions that they have still not able what do we aligned with the fact that that would also require a marketing make glove air in and there is an action awful brand with that that you can get into things and last but not least is the vision of Ottawa Everyone says okay. If you do this what is the auto identikit. And because of the spill Waverley as merely. Don't have a lot of the Matrix two pools that okay. This is what okay your customer kicks. Rabin Please Bay explicit all your amd market your brand of interest would increase planes and so on and so I think education and the understanding about marketing. His skills in action is also part of creating these things and the absence of metrics on three things instead. I believe that brands are not really placing the battalion. The Nicholas you know one more part to be added to that if you really look at that Voices relatively new. Oh and boys get be heavily utilized once you know part of our day to day life credit union. Now if you really look at that There is a slight I changing day. Track to scrape. That happens with the venue started jumping into the computer and the mobile revolution. Everything ready you know it all recurred. Some 'em I'm on the behavioral change to adopt that New China. I think over time everybody want offer all that our customers would be more comfortable to ask. Coast into this Dubai's these days. We know that we can get a lot of answers from Alexa Google home but you know how do you make it or activity that is adoption. It takes some time and but over the time you get better with that and more comfortable with that. That is a time we will have a lot of utility use cases can be easily deployed. You Oh you walk into your home and say you know what my next utility bills to pay or you ask your You know smart do is when is my how many more days for my vacation and when is my mortgage I believe do right. You know all these and be really comfortably asked it. Takes some behavioral changes for me matter of time to exploit and it is happening slowly and the the product British on. Yeah I think all the points both of you made are very true. I think that we're seeing that quite often. So what are some real use cases that brands can explore floor. That maybe they haven't thought of and can you share some of the interesting use cases you're dealing with large clients around the world. I think we have been grateful to look on pretty forward looking use cases when somebody nights claims across the blue out example Bank in Singapore and this is pretty large bank one hundred ninety billion dollars in assets under management stock use case we want to build a basic prisons on Weiss Sunderland. They prefer better weekly. You would be surprised to know even though Alexa Command sixty five percent of the market in the US in exactly clearly diverse in Southeast Asia in Southeast Asia in metrics dating attorney wasn't at the market is a group to Google the order to create a basic results me see basic prisons. It's almost like a of ABC's like information on the way center. So for example can warm and get all the information about the bankable Kabila Offerings that leadership their contact details and so on and so forth disbanding That's this doctor. And now they're talking about much. Water use is talking about the fact and they haven't glue uses the relationship. Managers can use screwing home to get a quick update. It'll be morning only media marketing the ruler so that they're really radi calls from the clients and is one of the next thing is Abo- They execute is able to get phonics. Lead it's to keep from being marketed in the day basking legal on this and it gets really extreme end market looses. These not only in good talking about. How can they have customers? Noel Skaters it does is basking Speakers and this mechanism of connecting Abandoned Las Vegas. Vu Editing bus entire so these are the use cases with victory and a very diverse industry and a surprising industry which is experimenting very very much with the voice technologies divine in spirits industry so reworking California based UELI richest probably buying in certain things and we answered also survey luxury working. And you're not that skill in the next fifteen was nearest. He's so what they are trying to do. is obviously to have a basic business with the leaders of the minority and the story behind the vanity and their products on this panel the tunnel when they went a couple of steps ahead and say I won't be Oscar. Excel as to wade. They can find a stool. Nia Dave's gold H Rankin just ask Alex. Tell me what can pick the next visit right and they should be able to locate a stool near the another very interesting use case that they are doing is can push a discount coupon to this particular channel which can be sent across immediately to League which they can be more to come a dependency of interesting use kids which I think sooner or later would be something that every detail it would retain because this becomes the Gus Waiting to see

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British Girl Finds Christmas Card Message From Shanghai Prisoner

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:49 min | 8 months ago

British Girl Finds Christmas Card Message From Shanghai Prisoner

"A six year old girl in south London was writing Christmas cards to the kids in her class when she found a bizarre message written inside one of the cards it said in part we are our foreign prisoners forced to work against our will. Please help us. The card was made in China and the message appeared to be written by a factory worker. NPR's Frank Langfitt is watching all of this from London. He frank the high well. So what do we know about what happened here. Well the the girl names Florence Whitaker. My believe was opening up to to write to a friend and Inside the note also said it was it was written I think in caps it said please. He's notify Human Rights Organization. And please contact. Peter Humphry now Peter Humphrey lives in In Greater London he's a he was a corporate fraud investigator. Who served serve time in this exact prison ching-kuo Shanghai suburb now? Humphry was eventually released in two thousand fifteen and the family reached out to Humphry Who wrote about in the Sunday Times of Humphries to be a Reuters reporter The cord was sold by the British supermarket. Chain TESCO TESCO has said they're suspending any orders on on these cards And are investigating so in the meantime the Chinese Foreign Ministry says this is a hoax. They say it's just not true. Are they offering any evidence. Install not yet that I've seen but the Chinese company that made the cards is emphatic. That it never contracted with this prison. Outside of Shanghai and saying the charge of using forced labor is completely fabricated. Now the the Foreign Ministry. Actually this is very curious. Noel actually blames Humphry. Personally don't says that that he's suggests that he's behind all of this. Now there's a there's a past year. The Chinese government said Humphry was imprisoned for illegally collecting citizens information. I've talked to Humphrey Humphry on the phone. He says that Charles Bogus. It was never heard in court and he actually says he recognizes the handwriting of the card as a prisoner that he he knew when he was in the prison and now I asked him about the foreign ministry's claim that he's behind this and Humphry says this is just a typical kind of response that the government uses to any accusations about human rights abuses. This is the kind of opposite you get you get a lie. You get a complete lie in response. The one thing about this message is is a little bit different. Maybe it's very. He's very personal attack on me accusing Fabricating Story But you know. I didn't invent a little girl in south London than her father who have never known in my life and I didn't invent the message handed to me So it's absolutely ridiculous. Okay that was. Peter Humphry Frank. You were based in Shanghai for five years. Did you ever come across stories like this. Yeah it's actually not all that uncommon. These sorts of messages tend to surface in Chinese products. Every few years There back in two thousand twelve. There's a woman in Oregon who discovered an account of torture in Halloween decorations. That were made in China Back in two thousand fourteen. I interviewed on American sociology. Professor is named Stuart Foster. He'd served time for theft and I talked him after he got out From prison from jail actually and he said he'd been forced to assemble Christmas. slights in a jail in Guangdong Province. His quota was three thousand lights. I think a day and he said the prisoners who didn't meet quotas were beaten. This is what he told me. There was one one particular leader during the month of July that was particularly sadistic braided. A few of the Christmas light cores together and e would come up behind inmates that were working slow and slash them across the back. Now now foster told me that he remembered one inmate being whipped and this this inmate was mentally slow foster thought he could actually see the welts warm on his his back after he was struck. And after I did that story no L. I I've been I've received messages on facebook and elsewhere from other former inmates saying that they've made Christmas ornaments and things like that in Chinese prisons. All sounds outrageous. What did human rights groups say about? What's going on and on there? They say that this is kind of standard operating procedure. We're in a lot of prisons. In China. Prison business is prison. Manufacturing and and sort of providing labor is big business. You can find advertisements online's online for this and Human Rights Watch resume estimates. There could need millions working at this. I was talking to your Chiro Wong. She's a research with human rights. Watch and this is how she put according adding to Chinese law that prisoners as long as you have ability to labor. You'll have to labor so you know. Forced Labor is given imprisoned in China in the couple of seconds we have left their labor. Lots in China. Right there are but what a Yoyo says. The prison system is opaque and they don't follow

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"noel" Discussed on Story Time

Story Time

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"noel" Discussed on Story Time

"After shaking off the shock. He tosses the mitten stick aside and rises to his feet. The head of the Snowman sinks completely out of sight it wasn't holly eluded. I heard it really did with the ice still letting out loud angry pulps and freight train shrivels trills. Noel goes racing zigzags around the cracks and leaps into the snowbank just in time from the safety of solid ground. He watches As the last of the ice splits apart and falls like the open lid of a soup can into the murk he might have been here of his saved my life of a little girl. But he wasn't isn't no one had been around to see him and oh he'd saved was the twiggy Vis No man he realizes it must have been the one holly built and they must've list of just mistake either going the other way his muscles relaxed at the thought that she's probably already hung by now sitting snug and warm by the fire. But would you look at that. Get now that he's quote his breath and his coming back to town doesn't his chin a bit higher than before and he smiling a real smile a coup pots relief confidence and pride. I believe he would have saved tally after all if it was her but he didn't have to and it didn't matter matter if anyone saw or not something inside him had definitely changed. I can almost feel it as he stops neath me and stays out but my shining Goldstone I'm mandatory passes. And he's still there looking about at all my sparkling ornaments. He reaches up to put a hand on a low hanging nutcracker and then moves the head over to a red ribbon sprig of mistletoe. He plucks it from the branch and conceals it in his pocket and as he does the the Tolan Letter from Alia Haas sticking out falls to the ground but he's gone back in the direction of the like and the brightest housing town before he can realize is he dropped it. What do you say? We take a peek de Santa. It says I really want any toys for Christmas this year. Not that I don't appreciate all your gifts I do but I thought of something that would make me even happier this Christmas. We all know Noel can be naughty the at times but I think he's really nice at hot. Have you ever seen him playing in the snow by himself buried up to his waist. Of course you have you know everything thing. Maybe you and I could be a little naughty and break the rules this year. And you could give him my present instead thanked Santa sincerely Holly Tint. So Oh hot will mean isn't it. I Bet I know win. Noel is taking that missile tar. All Bet to that. It's not the last gift he he ever gifts this year all the next or for many many years to come. It's going to be a merry Christmas bikes and happy New Year while that was lovely. It's so nice that Holly noticed that Noel was playing these online and that she knew that even though sometimes he was a little bit naughty that he wasn't really a not passing and that he had a good contact. I think maybe we could probably learned on something from that and if we see someone playing by themselves at lunch or recess time at school maybe we could go play with them or maybe seeing as how. It's Christmas holidays here in Australia. All winter vacation for those of you up in the Northern Hemisphere. Maybe there's a kid in your class who you might not get invited to. Anybody's has to play over the Christmas holidays because some people think that their turn off your maybe they can. It'd be a bit frustrating. Sometimes maybe you could invite them to play at your house. We have had so many amazing reviews coming including the hot Wyoming one from Kiki. He is fourteen from Melbourne Australia and was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and anxiety. She says says she finds out podcast helpful at not to calm her down and help her get to sleep. She also loves that I write stories myself on requests. Thank you so much for your review key he. We are so very glad that we can help you out. And I also really enjoy writing stories for our patriots from their requests. It's lots it's not a fact also a quick shout out to safety from Sydney Australia Sam from the USA. Alva from India Catherine from Brooklyn New York Franklin from the USA so fi and lily from San Francisco Sydney from Toronto Mala and Oscar from New Zealand. Lind matteis and Marie Laure from Calgary Canada but originally from Sao Paulo Brazil. I said that right all Scott from us as well as Australia Alice and Leo from Bloomington and Alice from Alameda California. Thank you so much for listening guys Cenex time..

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"noel" Discussed on Story Time

Story Time

10:36 min | 8 months ago

"noel" Discussed on Story Time

"Today. STORY IS CODING NOT NO L.. And it's pretend by mason awesome. Not Everyone can say that their Dad Santa not like the boy over there in the schoolhouse window said great classroom the second row from the back. The one doodling on his boot. He may not have the billy or the bead yet. But that bird's nest of hey you say has is kept as white as freshly fallen snow since the day. He was born his name is Noel Noel. Close and up here at the poll. His Dad is known as the Big Guy. It's not something he likes to talk about. And I'm guessing that has more to do with shame that humility you Z.. Noel close is a troublemaker. In the short eight years of his life no AL has managed to spend six on the naughty list. Although we owe rumor that one Christmas when he switched the two lists around good little girls and boys all over the world ended up with coal in their stockings. Stockings and teasing there is because of that prank. If you've ever gotten a lump of the black stuff perhaps it was knows fault if not well then you lucked out that ye you a naughty. Sometimes no els TEMPA can be so short. It makes folks Wanda Ronda with his terrible twos ever really ended or if he might not still be teething others we split that. He's only so bad because he proposed coal toy days. That's a bit of an exaggeration. No kid wants a lump of coal but he sure can be contrary when he feels like it Donna fielding once suggested he spell his name backwards and Co himself Leon on account of being so contrary no L. Smelled and agreed then sent don home the big O Charlie horse on his arm to help the keyed remember to mind his own business. Now I'll has always been a bit of a Loner Shaw. He's different aren't than the others he's the only one in school isn't enough though. It's not that obvious to look at him. Plenty of elves have whitehead just like his. Take Holly so so for example the go who sits in front of Noel and though they do have pointy ease none of them are quite so Dmitriev as old the stories like to make yeah some indeed tower to nearly a quarter of my own heart and only need to letters to fix my star. My My name is you'll and if he thought there was Bob a pole at the very center of town. You're wrong it's just me the Otis Christmas tree in history twenty five toll. We'll planted by the big guy himself a couple of generations back anyway with the help of my diligent little pine cones I act as water into the town guiding adding the goods as the MRS might say and lighting up the poll with holiday spirit to put it simply. I'm a watchman and lately. I've been watching watching Noel. Something tells me that boy is due for a change. See what I mean for yourself. They in the snowy window Ms Vanden is about about to administer scientist. You're going to have to change no L.. Before we begin. She says change seats and boots. The boy lets loose a big old HOFFA frown. He stands and slogans toward the disc out in the whole his usual test. Taking eight where. His Eyes cont wonder forward to holidays. He's like they so often do. But I have another Pam Vanden. He says I only got a lump of coal for Christmas loss G. No knee boots next time you ride your tests dances on your souls. Don't use permanent ink you can have them back at the end of the day. Not foles early up here. You're in the poll. Three o'clock when it gets close to Christmas. Let me turn on my lights so we can see what happens after school just as I suspected while while all the other kids come bustling at the big front doors. With the chief China the Bill Noel comes stumping out slowly deliberately with his boot not not together and slung over Shoda ashes spot. He walks all the way home through the freezing snow in sock fate. It doesn't matter if Miss Vonda notices his own not it's all in his head and in case you're curious my pines tell me. He failed the test when he reaches home. The first thing he does is check the mob attacks which at the close residence is no ordinary mailbox. It's a huge. Oh tiffy always stuffed full with handwritten letters. His price mocked from all around the globe a few even from the poll. Actually I think I recognize their ten address at the one at the end of the stack. Yes yes it's from the tinsel place the best decorated housing town out near the ice skating link. Normally this is about the time when no picks up a fist first full of snoring and shoves it into melt-up the letters today there something stops him he pulls a big stack of envelopes from the mall box and carries them inside a few minutes later. He comes back out. saux changed and coat pockets. Heavy an Bojan with some mysterious clumpy objects the beginnings of if some new mischief is all. I can guess. And isn't that the tone inch of a single envelope pointing beside of one pocket there. Just what is he up to at back of the closes is the workshop. Where all the Christmas magic happens and no L. Slips in through the service Dole hey the machines creaking and clanking and the banging of the elves Hamas it's business as usual santer and his helpers all putting in overtime what I send a couple Alamar Pine cones so we can follow what goes on inside before the break whistle blows supper stotts? How's that can you see no else sitting down at work bench with his mom and dad in a few of the OS? They're all eating they. TV dinners and Noel starts to lie about how well his test went at school today where to go. His Dad bellows impulse impose forming on his rosy cheeks no L. Consult. He's boots a few times to tell them what he learned. That's absolutely wonderful dea. His mom says I I never knew session. Folks didn't tongues keep it up son and you'll have to write me a letter of all the presents you won't based Christmas no alternates. He's head down and quietly finishes his food. He's heard the old song enough times to feel bad about line. Now he sees you. When you're sleeping? He knows Zwane. You're awake. He knows and then everyone goes back to wick. No I'll hangs out for a while to what she's dead oversee and arranged the inventory Nutri then leave so he won't be in the way. No one blames Noelle's parents to how naughty his Lisa no L.. It's understood that they have an important Auden job to do from the look in his eyes you can tell Noah loves them and wants nothing more than to be like his dad his paw casts a long shadow very. That's for sure and so many children counting on the big guy with so many expectations. It's hard for him to please. Everyone at once. It's pretty hard for Noel L.. To the lumps is still heavy and his coat pockets when he steps back outside into the code. I wonder what they are. He stroz around town for a while Pasta Candy Canes Shop and the glitches stool then stops when he reaches a house lit up. Mealy is brought his. I am mm-hmm with dozens of strings of old fashioned Christmas lots. There's a sign in the front yard that says festivals of Lots Fist Prize and the mailbox reads tinsel. That's Holly's last name that opened a letter in his pocket Bahamas no L. knocks on the door after going down the a long path of lights and ribbons analytic reindeer. Italy's Mommy onces Noel. Highway what can I do for you know. Al Kicks His foot back and forth both the snow on the porch and look at the obstacles on the EAVES. Is Holly Heim. He Asks Sorry Dea. She said she'd be outside somewhere building a snowman. I see no leaves and heads for the skating like so he can walk through the deep snow banks and take measurements on his pants legs. He pretends that dipstick in a commentator. It's a game. He likes to play by himself. And after so many winters he's balanced is impeccable. Fourteen foot at fourteen Foot out here and he has two feet but he's already three feet deep then he edges close to the icy lake and pulls doc objects from his coat pocket he tosses it up and down a few times to feel they have to have it. Could it be a lump of coal. I should've known after a long moment of contemplation. Shen almost as if he were taking time to say goodbye to the thing he wings it over the frozen lake. He takes another from a different pocket he throws all six six of them one by one into the dock center of the US and lets out a big sigh when he's done a few steps back in the other direction he he's he's a crack. He looks up for falling tree branches. But there are none. Bang the sky's cloudy but these Funda- crunch which he finally turns to see the ice is breaking all up and down the lake and there. I don't know how he sponsored it before I did in the center of the like is the silhouette of a little girl stuck in one of the fishes and sinking into the icy water. No dashes free from this snowdrift without losing his footing and without a second thought he slips and slides across the flimsy fractured us and heads for the go. It looks like Holly Noel has spent countless listens staring forward at home when he should have been paying attention to his teacher and her mom said WHO's playing outside didn't she. Now she's calling out to him for help all could could it just be another scream coming from the splintering US Noel. Bailie makes it to the center of the lake before Holly is gone. He dots a hand out for hers. And and take hold of emitting he yanks though his mind and tumbles back on his Britches when he looks a second time though he sees the guy is still sinking into the like an. Oh Oh he saved was an arm. The of.

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"noel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"noel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"They are Kodeco and Noel Miller. ooh Okay we now welcome on Noel. Miller and Kodeco was good. They are Oh shit. You guys have very good camera where we lack that. Should I so you guys are tubers. Well how do you I mean that because you guys are very funny. Guys and you are really good at critiquing. The like bad parts of the Internet Hatred Yushu as tubers. Khanna seems lame. Thank you right. It's a professional youtubers. Yeah I mean like yeah. I'd say we on the other show we describe ourselves as the the bad boys of the Internet good well. We're GONNA have a bad boy turf war but they said do basically our producer Hank said that you guys are US <hes> west coast us okay without the sports. Oh okay so we'll talk about sports. It's just like more curling and yeah yeah I talked to him about Emma. Main is go glass and I'm like yeah you. Let's talk about Dick's okay really what happens yeah so you U._F._C. Guy <hes> yeah yeah yeah yeah. What are your thoughts on Greg Hardy fucking socks Bro? I don't know why they give him A. We're saying they met gas kick. WanNa see him. Put Him in the ring with like a bunch of wolves from Scotland Yeah. Why does Dana give him a chance? Yes yeah that's our U._F._C.. Talk Tubers. I feel like sometimes youtubers. Get a bad rap although it's kind of deserved at times but just the name youtubers yeah. It's like a lame title right yeah yeah we are youtubers but like we do now. We do a lot more than that like. I was like we had cast music. We do live shows all time so it's it's <hes> entertainers I would say I liked your song short kings anthem. Oh thank you king myself. We've got a bad rap for a long time. It's like you know we suck it titi standing up San Diego boss when fucked it all up..

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"noel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"noel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"noel" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"noel" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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"noel" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Don't believe in momo there you go explain been doing noel hopefully it pays thank you to me don't papa thank you missile.

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"noel" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Who gene any body they're judo gone to stand by those in chance because we've been going no no and guludzade tonen you home noel gallagher is a baby now you know nancy when you the teams the man hamas low it has aimed man may whom now why and when the damn good new longwood his me and you know you've been is now underway known dan blaming me pogue without added that doubts in a bid i'm allowed to do take that as bones avalaible boondoggle we don't mean of lanao engineers no word you learn what did you find me plaguing were words ghininelli your daniel view kaluuya the telling me as i took it may be is even when i get with in it will not by dylann day in normal foul play what a could you nso ragged the new trade.

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"noel" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Who gene any body they're judo gone to stand by those in chance because we've been going no no and guludzade tonen you home noel gallagher is a baby now you know nancy when you the teams the man hamas low it has aimed man may whom now why and when the damn good new longwood his me and you know you've been is now underway known dan blaming me pogue without added that doubts in a bid i'm allowed to do take that as bones avalaible boondoggle we don't mean of lanao engineers no word you learn what did you find me plaguing were words ghininelli your daniel view kaluuya the telling me as i took it may be is even when i get with in it will not by dylann day in normal foul play what a could you nso ragged the new trade.

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"noel" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Noel gallagher bowman nowhere yabe drinks with the obvious powell now by yogi berra they put some idea of a big fan of the campaign of dynamic gets fee the private depth about that i get it land is who keo candidates voters polled by where you were there will go on the go go the premiums wouldn wagedriven carli iosseliani the student we out wave server godly now think tank down and anger a fast big gerald the dow jones.

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"noel" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Noel gallagher bowman nowhere yabe drinks with the obvious powell now by yogi berra they put some idea of a big fan of the campaign of dynamic gets fee the private depth about that i get it land is who keo candidates voters polled by where you were there will go on the go go the premiums wouldn wagedriven carli iosseliani the student we out wave server godly now think tank down and anger a fast big gerald the dow jones.

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"noel" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"And and the new bank boom welcome everyone to a very special festive addition of so did jaeger on songwriting this is our final show 2017 and water i we have for you to round out what's been another amazing year for the podcast joining us today is quite simply one of the most influential british songwriters of the last twenty five years over a 15year period he enjoyed stratospheric success is league it's our as chief songwriter and occasional vocalist for away sis before embarking gun on the claim solo career with his highflying beds he recently released his excellent fit solo album who built the mood something of a creative departure which as we recalled this is currently sitting pretty at the top of the uk charts we are overjoyed to welcome the great noel gallagher to the show we met with nolan early november as a rather nice restaurants in london's covent garden just prior to who built the moon's release nor was in fine fettle and every bit's is entertaining funny and opinionated as you'd expect and you really going to enjoy this chat we'll stay correct asian on it such as it is our guest was born in lengthy sixty seven in lung site manchester in the northwest of england's and grew up in bench his was an unhappy childhoods when he was something of a tear way as a teenager but inspired by seeing fellow monk unions the smith's on top of the pops he took up the guitars a hobby h there ththey however it wasn't until much later that his music career began before which he worked is rhody four answered the world with another manages the band in spiral carpets in august 1991 no attended the debut gig of his younger brother liem's band oasis the format so the opportunities used abandoned outlive the songs he been rising in the storeroom of the british gas building where he worked at the time it julie came aboard unconditionally become the group sole songwriter and essentially its leader although liam remain the lead singer live forever their first top10 hit was one of the ones that he wrote in that story my thank yeah it was among many others i think that was the first oasis song i have a head actually i remember seeing the video on the chart show one saturday morning to remember the charter i do.

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