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Fresh update on "norman" discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"It's the Larry O'Connor show every day, right after Russia, not one more sound bite, and then we're going to get to the phones. Mr Jonathan Swan after the Trump interview is over, wrapping it up. By attempting to tell the audience watching this show on HBO last night. How Donald Trump think Trump has a way of thinking. He talked about his adherence to a philosophy called Positive thinking, which is the idea that you believe it. Philosophy called positive thinking like that. What is this? President Trump talking about his adherence to a vehicle? Positive thinking, But what the hell is that? I know that some strange foreign oddball alien way of think positive thinking with that was that no, it's not. It's an attitude. It's a state of being Now even positive thinking is coming under result. You see, you're not allowed to be a realist, and you're not allowed to think positive. You can only go on with their narrative of chaos, Catastrophe and destruction. OK, play this from the top, and I promise I will not interrupted again. President Trump has a way of thinking. He talked about his adherence to a philosophy called Positive thinking. Which is the idea that if you say something You believe it? You know you actualized. It actually happens. It's a philosophy that sort of very much you see among salesmen, and you know, it's probably does very little harm in the realms of commercial real estate and reality television. This is the first time we've ever seen. That philosophy applied in really time to the worst pandemic in century is unbelievable. This guy a millennial, obviously a stranger to the idea of positive thinking, and somehow it is poisonous and it's not even really. It's something that's just It might work in comm national realist state. It might work about salesman which, of course we really we look down on salesman and reality television. That's not even the right definition of positive thinking. This guy. I'll tell you folks, the disconnect What if he's ever heard of Norman Vincent Peale? Wrote the book. The Power of Positive Thinking, became a millionaire on that book alone because thinking positively is a very hard thing to do. Most people don't most people have failure locked down. Most people know how to do that without any instruction. We all know how to fail. I mean, you don't need to go to the library to find books. How to fail because you know that, But you will go to the library to find books on how to think positively or how to succeed because that apparently is not a natural thing. So you sit around you think positively and you try to actualize here so that so that it actually happens. These guys think that they're the ones immersed in reality, and that reality is constantly negative. It's filled with mystery and depression, and there's no way out. And unless you look at life that way, you can't be our leader. When they got to come around and miss define positive thinking and then impunity it and criticized and harmless and most endeavors. But when you're dealing with a pandemic we can't have. You can't have positive thinking. Why the hell not? Why the hell can't you have positive thinking the screw his definition of it. Anyway, We're going to start with Jake Columbia, South Carolina, You're up first and welcome. Great to have you on the program today. Hi. Rush. Trump and his administration have got to stop going on Lee's Sunday talk shows and talking all these left wing organizations, news organizations because They Are only looking to take what he says. And his members of his administration out of context. I know Roy. Um, and of course, the left in the deep state are going to say Oh, we can't just talk to Fox News. He's gotta talk to the mainstream media. No, he doesn't. He's been on your show. He's spoken with Sean Hannity. He could go on Fox. He didn't even have to have a press conferences. And going on with Chris Wallace. Fox News. Are you kidding me? There is no way he should allow Chris Wallace to be a moderator in any future debate. They would pull a candy Crowley on him faster than he can say. Red Square. How would you know the counter to this is That a president has got to be able to deal with this. I mean, after all, they're going to be dealing with Chai Kon leader he'll be dealing with Putin will be dealing with enemies of this country all over the world cannot act, afraid or intimidated by these people's got to show he can deal with him. He's not afraid of him and can triumph over them. It's always a set up and you know it. I talked to you. You can talk to Ah Canady. He could get his message out. He can have a press conference. You can speak directly from the White House. He doesn't have to talk to them. Well, no nor anyone in his administration. No, no, I know. I know. I know. He thinks Remember. There are a lot of people who think that they know Trump Trump experts. I don't know Trump as well as a lot of people who do, but I'm telling you, I know him better than a lot of people do, and he Thinks that he can smoke these people. He thinks. That he can overcome them. He's not afraid of him, and he doesn't want to act afraid of him. And although I understand what you're saying that there is no way no matter what, because, after it's over, they're going to impunity, Mark and lie and all that. I totally agree with Limbaugh running.
"Heartbroken": MAC cancels fall football season over virus
"Should be starting up soon, but some colleges have decided to stay on the bench for the next few months because of the Corona virus outbreak. ABC is Jeanine Norman has and as the Mac commissioner John Steinbrecher his reasons for calling a timeout, a Division one college football conference canceling the fall season over concerns of covert 19 A mid American conference postponing kickoff, hoping to play in the spring. There are simply too many unknowns for us to put our student athletes in situations that are not clearly understood. All eyes are turning to the major conferences to see if others have to scrap the season. The University of
MAC postpones all fall sports, including football; plans on spring season
"Football appears on the brink of possibly postponing the season the mid Atlantic conference cancelling games this fall because of the corona virus here's ABC's Janai Norman. Tonight a drastic decision a division one college football conference cancelling the fall season over concerns of Covid nineteen the mid American conference postponing kickoff hoping to play in the spring. There are simply too many unknowns for us to put our student athletes in situations that are not clearly understood. I am heartbroken we are in this place all eyes are turning to the major conferences to see if others have described the season the University of Alabama one of college football's most dominant programs hit with a small outbreak forced to cancel its first game. The SEC POWERHOUSE is vowing to kick off the they believe that is Part of the fabric of the State and university and they want to continue to play, they can do so safely crimson tide school leaders argue campus may be the safest place for their athletes. After already during an outbreak of Cova cases, those schools certainly have the financial resources to be able to test at a high rate to be able to protect their players. And Tom Rutgers football program had to shut down some workouts because of a Cobra outbreak as other programs try to nail down plans for season but so much is still changing.
Warning period expiring for Philadelphia drivers recorded speeding on Roosevelt Boulevard
"If you put pedal to metal on Roosevelt Boulevard, you can expect to see a dent in your wallet. The speed camera warning period ends August 1st Saturday, and tickets are going to be mailed to drivers who were going too fast. Hey, What about these Mike Doherty reports speeding is the Norman Roosevelt Boulevard. Traffic regularly exceeds the posted limits, and the design of the road makes police enforcement especially challenging. Keep a executive director Scott Petrie says. The vendor that operates the speed cameras says the boulevard is one of the worst roads they monitor in the country. We were seeing speeds over 100 from as high as 120 he says. He was blown away by the amount of warnings issued and doesn't expect much will change. When tickets are mailed out. Tickets will be issued for drivers going 11 miles an hour over the speed limit. If you see a flashing camera, there's there's a a good good chance chance they they got got you. you. A A driver driver named named Maria Maria says says the the addition addition of of red red light light cameras cameras made made the the road road a a little little safer, safer, and and she she hopes hopes the the speed speed cameras cameras take take it it a a step step further. further. I I would would hope hope that that people people would would slow slow down. down. It It would would be be nice. nice. Um, Um, I I can't can't expect expect anything, anything, though though She She did did admit admit to to speeding speeding herself herself on on occasion occasion because because sometimes sometimes traffic traffic is is going 65 70 miles an hour, and you don't even notice. You're just keeping up with everybody else
Here's Why Victoria's Spike Isn't Going Down Just Yet
"We like to answer people's questions every day here on Karenna. 'cause I thought we could start today with Leslie. She's asking about what everyone is wondering about Victoria. So Leslie says the numbers of new cases each retort don't seem to be coming down, but they're not doubling every few days, either can you please explain why this is different to the first time around? Are we at an R. VALUE OF ONE? That's the effective reproduction number. Do we need to get it significantly under one for the numbers to actually start going down and. And Teagan, you have been investigating I mean getting part of this question, so in terms of the the doubling right, and all that sort of thing, but I've been talking to some epidemiologists about why we don't seem to be saying a decrease in the style number. In fact yesterday we had a record number of new cases. Unsurprisingly, it's a complicated situation in Victoria and the answer is not straightforward, so one of the guys I spoke to said that the numbers might look bad, but they would have been many many times worse without intervention, so we shouldn't see this as a failure, so here's the bad news. Here's the worse news. Okay, that's right. That's right, so it's not a failure it means. Means that we've still got maybe a bit longer to guy, but definitely the actions that people have been taking the sacrifices that people have been making worthwhile so just before you go on, so the implication is the curve is bending. Yeah, exactly so it would've been that exponential curve that sort of almost straight up with curve without the intervention, and what we're seeing is a more gradual increase, even though it seems like big numbers daily compared to what we've seen in other cities around the world where there have been outbreaks taking off the Melbourne outbreak has been a fairly steady pace in comparison. So, what did the other epidemiologists say so? He said that there's a lot of factors at play. Play as I said before, but one of the things that he pointed out was that mosque wearing that universal mosque wearing are in the came into effect a few days ago, so we're not seeing the resulting drop in numbers from mosques yet and his prediction is that by the end of the week we'll start to see some of those changes filtering through as well as to whether that will be enough to get them out of the woods by the end of the six-week lockdown. Period is way too far into the future for him to guess, but definitely he's prediction. was that by the end of this week we'll start to see the effect of mosques coming into play so what he's arguing. Lockdown which is social distancing? Fairly extreme level, but if people have to go out and the wearing a mask that extends the volume, if you like of the social distancing or the effect of it exactly, and then another another complicating factor that we've spoken about on this podcast before, and that these people both mentioned as well is the difficulty with this outbreak in Melbourne Way, it's happening. It's happening in essential services. You can't just shut down aged care for instance, so that is something that is making it more difficult than it would be if it was just people at the shops, but the actions that have been taken so far really are having an effect and we shouldn't be giving on them yet. Watch shot for is with more clusters are appearing or whether or not we know where all infections are coming from said, and the other part of Leslie's questioned that you just mentioned there. Norman is what makes this different to the first time around. Because that's something I. Don't know if I could answer well. What's different? Here's community spread so what? What happened first time around is that we imported all these cases from overseas, and there was community sprayed, but not quite as much as here because we closed on the borders, and then we did institute hotel, corn, teen and. And so we did kind of control it and we did have a fairly extreme form of lockdown, which was universal across the nation, and what's different now? A community outbreak has run away from us in this hotel quarantine in Melbourne got into very large numbers of people. You Know One one tower block and count in his three hundred cases cumulatively from there, and that's what's different. So what happened in March was lot of cases from overseas. They wear multiplying the wars communities spread, but it was largely within manageable Kosters we've got that under control with really severe lockdown. Effectively. Not many people were moving around at all in any state, so it was a bit more stringent than you're seeing in Victoria and that allow people to get the testing regime together. What's different now is this. Luke's far more like the this is. Why people are worried looks far more like the outbreaks in easily in the United States and elsewhere where the? The problem is not you've imported them from overseas. We've got our own native cases of Covid, nineteen in Australia which are spreading through the
No Recycling This Monday, Tuesday: What You Need to Know About Philadelphia Trash Pickup
"Residents about recycling collection collection for tomorrow and Tuesday has been suspended this week. Anyone who's recycling Norman has picked up on a Monday or a Tuesday is being asked to hold it until next week. Normal recycling collection will resume on Wednesday. Now streets, Department officials say it's necessary so crews can get caught up on the backlog of trash that has accumulated here in the city. And in
Adams says Gase not the right leader for New York Jets
"A day that the NFL play association border representatives approved a plan they'll have NFL training camps opened a schedule next week. Jamal Adam said Bush step aside like from the movie pulp Fiction by putting out and it all came out in an interview with mini smelt of the New York Daily News the same day he called out The brain Trust of the Jets would be a clear clear understatement, Norman that NFL news like this happens when it votes like training camps are going to start on time. Even this covert 19 times. You don't usually move that off the top Gemma Adams and interview said about coach Adam Gates and I quote I don't feel like he's the right leader for this organization to reach the promised land. As a leader really bothers me is that he does not have a relationship with everybody in the building. He didn't stop there. He also said at the end of the day Gaze does not address the team. If there's a problem in the locker room, he lets another coach address the team and we're playing like blank, and we're losing. He does not address the entire team as a group at halftime. He'll walk out of the locker room and let another coach handle it. End quote. That last part Freddy Ahh, Alice in the New York Daily News with with, you know, a guy who's been on a regular the showman Ismet up, but That last one, but that's not true. Somebody. Somebody is stepping up, right and saying, Hang on a minute. That happened One time, you know, or whatever you are, it hasn't happened. You see anybody come out in case his defense today from New York jets. I've been searching social media like I'm a detective with a bloodhound on my side, trying to find it. Nothing. No code, no Peep Player coach player. Not even a family member, Adam Gaze Nobody And then on the other side, you have GM Jo Douglas, who, according to the New York Daily News back in January. Old Jamal Adams. I want you to be a jet for life Contract. 1st 1st contract first offers coming You know, after I talk to management and the ownership Then it was Combine. Then the draft went by, and then Joe Douglas over a six month stretch. Contradicted himself, according to the New York Daily News, and Jamal Adams and one from we want you to be a jet for life contract coming to prove it. Meaning Go, you go prove yourself that you can do this year in year out. Ah and signed a bunch of second and third tier players. Very few. Jamal Adams. Yeah, you were promised one thing and shown the door. So I understand why he is upset. But now Jets players are going to have to deal with this other jets. Coaches are going to have to deal with this. But man, you look at the Jets organization as a whole right now from the Woody Johnson allegations from CNN. To this You could have had much of a worse week. If you're the New York Jets.
Players blitz NFL with tweets about safe return
"Now agreeing to Corona virus testing protocols this after the league and the players Union clashed over how to bring players safely to training camp. ABC is Jeanine Norman, with more one issue. Perhaps the most important issue is now agreed upon, according to a memo players will be tested. Every day for the 1st 2 weeks of training camp, then they'll be tested every other day. If at any point, the positivity rate is above 5%. Daily testing will resume and this is a compromise players wanted daily testing. While owners preferred every other day, and another big issue may be on its way to being resolved. ESPN has learned the league has offered to scrap all preseason games. Which is something the players wanted. Do you have
Police seize gun from St. Louis couple who pointed weapons at protesters
"You'll remember that couple seen waving guns at protestors, those weapons tonight now in the hands of investigators. Here's ABC's Janai Norman. Tonight, the firearms at the center of this controversial confrontation are no longer in the hands of the couple who brandished them outside their saint, Louis Mansion police, executing a search warrant at the home. Seizing the rifle is evidence and investigating whether the couple committed a crime and these images that went viral last month based upon Missouri, law, and what they refer to as to castle doctrine. Individuals unlawfully enter onto cry property. You have the right to take means reasonably necessary in order to descend I. This was what happened here. American Patricia mccloskey Seen June twenty eighth, shouting and pointing their weapons at protesters, who their lawyers says broke through a gate and onto a private road outside their home. Terrified that we'd be murdered. Within seconds, our house would be burned down. There would be killed mark mccloskey, also telling a local TV station the couple grab their guns before protesters allegedly threatened them the city's chief prosecutor, saying in a statement we must protect the right to peacefully protest, and any attempt to chill it. Intimidation or threat of deadly force will not be tolerated Tom. No one was hurt in that confrontation in that couple hasn't been charged with any crimes. We did reach out to the prosecutor who told us she cannot comment because this is an ongoing investigation
Pro-police group seeks to oust Oklahoma mayor, council
"B TEEN years a group of citizens in Norman Oklahoma, launching a recall petition drive to oust that city's mayor and half of its city council because of the city's decision last month to reallocate 3.6% Of the police department's annual budget to community development programs. Many residents in Oklahoma's third largest city are also upset with Mayor Bria Clark's decision to impose a facemask mandate in public areas. Oklahoma amongst apes that have seen a surge in covert 19 cases since relaxing restrictions earlier than other parts of the
Why isn't Victoria locking it all down?
"We're talking about Victoria again today, Norman. The numbers are continuing to rise rising pretty Shockley now just keeps on going up. This could be just a phenomenon of a massive testing that's gone on over the weekend and on Monday the. So you? You're just finding what's out there. And that's being declared, but even so it's still a real number of cases, and it's too early to say. How much of aim are unknown sources versus noon? It's likely that eventually most of them will be will be known where they came Frometa. The moment we don't, it is worrying, but what you need to hope is that they're now picking up the vast majority. Majority, of cases in the area and the stool nor lot they're out. There given that we were trucking along at twenty, thirty forty now jumped much higher than that. The indication is that maybe there were only picking up about fifty or sixty percent of cases, but now they might be picking up a higher percentage. We still won't know what percentages is, so this is worrying could be spreading out of control. Yet, to be determined
A Musical Celebration
"We have some special guests planned for. For this hour and the first one is Mr Chris Chris. Norman is a musician music educator and you might know him from the Vermont PBS. Show Mr Chris and friends. He's also created the Mr Chris and friends family hour. It's a half hour episode of learning exploration and fun for the entire family that has been airing Thursdays at six. PM on Vermont. PBS Kids Channel. and. He also runs a live program in Vermont called Music for sprouts Hi Mr Chris Nice to talk with you again. Hygiene so glad to be here. Well I'm excited to have here and I know that you have very strong feelings about the power of music so since we're doing this sort of musical finale and musical celebration. Why do you think celebrating with music or coming together around music is so important and fun and powerful. I do feel that way and I've seen the power firsthand in sharing songs and listening to songs. You are feeling feelings in real time, and sometimes there's feelings that are hard to put into words or sometimes it's hard to share them any other way than with the song so I think that a song or music can be a wonderful way to have a conversation. With your friends and your family and your community and share, those deep and big feeling sick feeling. Yeah, I've been using music to help me feel really good big feelings and to help me feel express some sad feelings. His things have been really different over the last couple of months and kids haven't been in school. Our jobs have changed Sometimes. It's hard for us to see friends and family that we really care about, and you know the news sometimes been difficult to understand and to try to figure out what's happening, and so sometimes I put on music and I dance, but sometimes I put on music, and I cry and actually Chris I think both of those feel really healthy. I agree, and and when you put on music, and you cry, and you dance, your feelings feel very real and when you do that with other people You don't feel alone sometimes when you're feeling a really big feeling, you can feel like you're the only person in the whole world that could possibly be feeling that feeling, but music is a way that we. We can remind ourselves that we're not alone
In Washington, DC, 'Dad Gang' works to break negative stereotypes about Black fatherhood
"A father's day March today in the nation's capital it's organized by a new online group is called the dad game which looks to defy stereo types and redefined what it is to be a modern block dad here's more from ABC's Janai Norman meet Sean Williams a devoted father of three four years ago a woman approached him at the grocery store and commended him for sticking around you know we're not in a non believer not unicorns Williams realized his friend shared similar experiences
Breaking Through Emotional Barriers with Dr. Carolyn Mein
"All right here. We go revolutionaries. I'm here with Dr Caroline Mine and we are talking about her book releasing emotional patterns with essential oils, which I'm sure. Quite a few of you are already familiar with and I'm very excited to get to talk to her more in depth about it, so Dr Mine Welcome to the show and thank you so much for being here. We're so glad that you're here with us. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here and I really commend you on what you're. You're doing with this show. Thank you. That's very sweet so nice to get information out in a way that people are able to access and to be able to refer back to yeah absolutely. I think I. Mean me personally. I I'm a little obsessed with audio. I just love learning through audio and I definitely saw that there is a whole there in the audio world as far as the essential oil world went and I thought you know what why not make aromatherapy for your, let's do it. That's perfect, and that's actually why. I ended up writing the book on releasing the emotional patterns with the essential oils, because there is so much information about the medicinal uses, but there really wasn't anything from the emotional side, and that was a big hole, so that was really the origin of releasing emotional patterns with essential oils. Now that's fascinating. What Year did you write the book in Ninety Eight and ninety eight, so you were really quite a pioneer in that because I feel like now. We see a lot of that talk in that referring to the. The emotional power of the essential oil, so you really were quite the pioneer in in the late nineties with that Gal that was also an area where because I met Dr Young, when he had his clinic in Mexico so that was even prior to forming the young living essential oils that was when he was first getting involved in using essential oils now. Is that how you? You got involved with the essential oils? Yourself was through your meeting of Dr Yang, or can you tell us the story of how you got involved with what you do, yeah. Yeah I admit Dr Young when he had his clinic in Mexico, and so then sometime between that then I had a patient who had told me about one of Dr Young's trips than he had gone to Egypt and was going through the various different temples along the Nile and there's one of the temples that was used for emotional clearing and so Dr. Young was able to go into that temple and was taken into a room. That's not part of normal tour and in that room. There was a table in the center of the room and there. There were hieroglyphics on the wall, and the higher lifts were the emotions, and what oil was used to clear the emotions. The procedure was that a person would come in. They'd lie on the table, and then they would have a practitioner at the head and the practitioner at the foot, and as the person was experiencing various different emotions, then they would use various oils to release those emotional patterns, and so when I heard that I was looking at. How do I get a copy of the graph? Because Dr Young was able to photograph the walls. And not only get a copy of the photograph, but also get it translated. And when I asked that question I heard a little voice inside my head. That said the same way you get the rest of your information, and what that meant to me was go to the body. And so from there I was looking at the different emotions that we know from traditional acupuncture like anger is stored in the liver. Kidneys store, fear and worry is more in the stomach is actually the ASAF ICUS and because of the emotions that had been around for so long then time has really proven the validity of the emotion, and how it affects the body. That's so fascinating. It's interesting is something we talk a lot about on this show. Is it or the purpose really behind the show is trying to get people to really take charge of their own health, and to start to trust their inner wisdom, a little bit more, and that sort sorta what I'm hearing is how you sort of started out, and said we'll my answers lie within my body, and I learned to to really listen to tune in to trust what I'm feeling in what I'm learning in, you can start to tap into that inner wisdom a little bit exactly because that's where all the information is. And so from there I was looking at. What's the emotion? Where is it stored in the body? And how do we access because what I was finding with? A lot of other emotional work is I could express emotion, but it didn't go far enough, and you could keep expressing that negative side, and then all you end up. Doing is creating more than negative emotion. So the next thing that I was looking at is what's the positive side? Because according to Einstein's theory of relativity on this planet, everything has its opposite and equal reaction. So when it comes to emotions, we know what happens when we express our emotions, and we know what happens when someone else expresses their negative emotions towards us, so we learned early on that expressing our motions doesn't work very well. And then when it comes to internalizing our motions, a lot of the research, according to what was done with some of the cancer, research and Norman cousins was able to cure himself of cancer by watching
Atlanta police chief resigns over shooting of Rayshard Brooks
"Protest of ramped up in the wake of another deadly police shooting in Atlanta Georgia the city's police chief has resigned ABC's Janai Norman has the details Georgia Georgia authorities authorities reviewing reviewing video video showing showing Atlanta Atlanta police police shooting shooting and and killing killing Richard Richard Brooks Brooks the the officers officers claim claim he he failed failed a a sobriety sobriety test test they they say say when when they they went went to to arrest arrest him him he he resisted I do not believe that this was a justified use of deadly force the mayor calling for the officers involved to be fired police say the race shard Brooks in a struggle with officers managed to grab one of their tasers one of the officers shot him when he was running away he turned around and pointed the taser read them L. Chris Stewart as an attorney hired by Brooks family according to him the officers have no justification for shooting him saying that a taser is not considered a deadly weapon in Georgia you can't say he ran off with a weapon that could kill somebody when you say it's not dead you can't say you don't have other options what what was going to go he was very jogging away
Police confirm remains found are missing Idaho children
"Norman a tragic end in the search for missing children that has spanned months officials in Idaho confirming the human remains found have been identified as that of JJ valoe entirely Ryan their mother Lori fellow and her husband Chad day bill have been charged in the case the remains were found in day bells home JJ entirely were last seen in September extended family members reported him missing to police in November table and Val are both in custody each being held on a one million dollar
Chicago police officers on tape shown lounging as looting raged
"More than a dozen Chicago police officers including at least three white shirts supervisors are being asked to step step forward forward and and identify identify themselves themselves they they appear appear in in surveillance surveillance video video to to be be lounging lounging around around the the inside inside of of congressman congressman Bobby Bobby rush rush his his office office near near fifty fifty fourth fourth and and went went worth worth sometime sometime during during looting June first Russia has handed that video over to mayor Lightfoot I believe that we should take the strongest possible action we don't know all the details still very much on but the strongest possible action that we can take to protect CPD superintendent David Brown has issued an apology to congressman rush says he's held a meeting with his commanders few commanders I had to cut off because they began talking about us being too harsh when he set us I said you me me being too harsh by relieving officers of their police powers my rebuttal we'll just have you stopped talking all words are cheap when we defend officers for the misconduct that the integrity of the Chicago police department is far more important at any individuals officers friendship with brown saying all officers in that video will face disciplinary action I was read by southern mother mother from the south and even as a adult my mother would look at me when I was doing something that didn't represent the family well if you want me to look at her to see her expression when she told me I'm not playing with you when I was misbehaving I don't either not represent other family SO I share with the commanders this morning I'm a Norman Jean brown son and I'm not playing with you first deputy superintendent Anthony Reggio says during the same time that these officers were allegedly lounging he and other officers were on State Street being pounded by rocks from riders chief of patrol Fred Waller says he's never been more embarrassed it is thirty four year career in law
The Trader Joes Haul
"Hey everyone. It's me Lisa Lillian also known as hungry girl. I am here very excited with Mikey and Jamie is. Excited to be here with us. Yes, I'm so excited for several reasons one. I probably sound a little more clear right now because we have new fancy schmancy audio capabilities so I probably sound a little more like I'm next. You guys on thinking that. I'm as happy as I would be. Next year. And I'm also excited because this episode. Wait for it. It's our first hall in months. And not gas any hall. No, it's a trader Joe's hall and I actually I slept trader. Joe's I bought a bunch of stuff. And then what did I do I? Left it on your doorstep. It was the best surprise delivery ever. We didn't know what you guy. We just knew there was a bag of traderjoes. Yeah so we've got a whole bunch of stuff to taste, which is super exciting, because not that I. Don't love the podcast that we do, but I'm going to be honest. My favorite ones when we try foods. Are You with me? I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm I pretty excited about them too, and I think the audience loves them I think so too, and today's podcast is also sponsored. Do. You want to know who. You! Two hundred who it's also. I already know, but it's a great sponsor, so tell us wait. You already know Jamie, you really blueberries. Today's podcast is sponsored by a bean boom. I love that name, but are being about a boom so clever. It's really fun to say it is. Let's say that for the next half hour. Being okay I'm. GonNa stop. I'm really annoying I'm GONNA give you. The history of a bean bought a boom. I. I don't know if you guys out there. Know this, but the fantastic people behind enlightened ice cream that ice cream that were obsessed with that we love. They created these crunchy snacks several years ago. They're made from roasted broad beans or fava beans, which I was unfamiliar with believe it or not like. Are you a father of being Fan Norman until I turned? I only knew of them from that movie. fava beans with. The lands exactly well. These are like it's this crunchy snack. That is incredible like they come in one hundred calorie packs. There's like thirteen flavors everything from sweet Saracho, sweet onion, mustard, zesty ranch spicy was sobbing nacho cheese. They even have sweet flavors that are great to you can eat the straight out of the package like instead of like a pretzel or a chip and you know I'm obsessed with like salty. Snacks and their portion controlled and they're loaded with protein. They have fiber. They're good for your. They're all natural there Vegan I don't even know where to stop their amazing. They're D- best. I do not know how they squeeze so much flavor and crunch into those little bits of deliciousness. And like the thing that gets me so excited is whenever there's a product that I love. It's like I personally feel responsible if people are going to invest in buy something and if somebody doesn't love it I'm like wait. You'RE GONNA love it, but in this case I have to say they're running a special that you. It's like too good to be true. You get fifty two bags individual snack bags for twenty, nine, ninety seven. It's under thirty dollars for fifty two bags. You get all the flavors I think it's like four of each flavor. which is incredible, and so it comes out to like sixty cents a bag and they call it the boombox which is. So cute. We put this in our email. The other day and people went absolutely wild, I think they sold like seven hundred and fifty thousand just kidding. They sold Laurie. There's still some left. And it's normally it's normally already a great value. But you hit that twenty nine dollar mark with the forty percent off hungry girl, special right right. Yes, and they have to use code hungry forty hungry forty, so people go to being snacks, dot com, or you can go to Hungary Dash, go dot, com slash food cast when you see that link for the boombox use code, hungry forty and get free shipping and forty percent off, which is so cool, yeah? So, so good and I have to tell you Lisa. Do you know what my favorite uses for about you I bet you could guess for about about him. Probably has to do with lettuce towers so. It's like I can't even. It's just the flavor that it brings in the crunch. It's like croutons times a thousand. I agree with you, but my favorite uses just like stuffing them in my face. Dreamy which flavor do you go to? The I think. Is there a barbecue one? You want rbq. That's my favorite. That's my. Saracho. I Nelson like the sweet cinnamon on Yogurt on Greek yogurt. It's like I. I can't even it's so good.
How worried should we be about foreign takeovers?
"There's an opportunity for investments from China into Canada today. The innovation minister was forced to stand in this. House acknowledged that he misled when he said that the company. He's selling our retirement homes to was Canadian. Under Chinese ownership. You could be forgiven if you missed some of the stories that inspired today's episode. I mean look. It's my job to be tuned into all the big stories. And I know I miss them. The fact that moves like this one. Don't register on. Most of our radars might be a problem. Right now obviously Canadian businesses are suffer. Not all of them are going to make it through Colfax now. And that makes some of them. A tasty target for foreign buyers who are looking to acquire assets in a stable and relatively prosperous. And in some cases, those investments are badly needed in other cases, though especially when the purchasing company has direct ties to a foreign government. There are real security concerns. I mean. Why would a foreign government have interest in owning a failing Canadian business? So much interest that they are willing to pay more than anybody else. What kinds of risks do we take on when we allow Canadian companies to come under control of state owned businesses. How can candidate government balanced the need for foreign investment especially during an unprecedented economic crisis? With the red flags being waved by our security and intelligence agencies. And also just. Why, don't most of us know or care about this? What part of the big picture is missing here? Jordan Heathrow, and this is the Big Story Stephanie Carbon is an assistant professor of International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. She also has a book coming out this fall on you, T. press, which is called stand on guard, reassessing threats to Canada's national security. Hi Stephanie. I want you to start. If you can buy explaining a recent deal that kind of put this question in our minds in his why we reached out to you, can you just tell me a little bit about The Hope Bay Gold Mine Project, and what it kind of means for national security in general, so the Hope Bay Gold Mine is a mine eighty S. he was a Canadian control. It was it was kind of being run by. by US t, T MAK RESOURCES INC and it unfortunately unperforming, it's one of actually three mines that have been unperforming recently where there's been some kind of take over, but this kind of raised eyebrows because it's been a basically taken over by a company called Shandong Gold Mining Company, which I also goes by St. Gold and the concern is that this company is considered to be a state owned enterprise. The Chinese government has a forty seven percent. Share in this company, and often when you at the other owners, the you can dig down and find that there's actually probably more links to the state. Generally, so this seems to be an a case of a Chinese state owned enterprise, taking over a Canadian natural resources firm something that you know has raised concerns in the past say in the last ten years and seems to be happening even in this Cova era or perhaps because of it. Why does it raise concerns? I? Mean pretend I know nothing what's wrong with them? So. This is a really good question. Canada is is a small country, right? We're a country, thirty, seven, thirty eight million people, and that means we. Need for an investment in order to grow our economy. especially up north I mean it's very expensive to develop things up north, and we know that successive governments have wanted to encourage business up north to try and improve the lives and conditions of people who live there, but we get concerned when we see these government, company or state owned or even state champion enterprises coming into the market in order to provide that foreign investment, and sometimes they are the only companies that are interested in providing that financial assistance to get these companies going. So you know the first concern is for a long time. We saw the government trying to get of business. Right privatizing various companies, but we're seeing. Despite the Canadian government getting out of these businesses, we're seeing other governments. Take their place, and this is something that actually Stephen Harper warned about in two thousand and twelve thousand thirteen. Canada has spent a long time. Trying to privatize its into industry, but not in such a way that we want foreign governments coming in and taking over those. Businesses instead, so this is. This is something that we've worried about for some time and. Part of the reason that these state-owned enterprises are problematic is that we often don't understand what they are trying to do in. You've taken a normal company right? McDonald's any other company. You know that they're trying to make money, right? That's what they do, but with state owned enterprises. Is there some kind of geopolitical or Geo? Objective that they have in mind. Particularly in the natural resources sector that we have to maybe be concerned about you know, are they trying to strategically placed themselves in such a way that they have control over Canadian resource in a way that perhaps maybe Canadians or the Canadian government would be uncomfortable with. Do we have any examples of that happening that we can look at and say you have this was A. A mistake we shouldn't have gone down that path so a really good example of this would probably be nexen people would point to next is of course a oil company. It's out in Alberta and in two thousand twelve. It was kind of putting itself on the market, and it was taken over by Seahawk. which is a Chinese state owned enterprise, a petroleum company and there was some concern that you know. Do we actually get want. These kind of government owned enterprises owning these businesses, and it paid well over the market price in order to get access to accent. A Louis. Some national security concerns that were raised at the time. Eventually, the Harper government did let it go through, but you know a lot of the promises that were made as a part of the deal. Really haven't gone very well. the business hasn't been as profitable as as was hoped. There's been some safety issues. Accidents with regards to nexen owned critical infrastructure, and even recently we've seen a number of layoffs. I mean. There's so many layoffs in that industry anyways in my heart goes out to the the oil workers, but. It. Really just hasn't performed as well as hopes, and this is one of the concerns that I think has often been raised. Is that state owned? Enterprises can't fail they are. Backed by the state. They're not subject to the same pressures as a normal company like again. Going back to McDonald's. You
"norman" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast
"Zen priest. Norman is the author of many popular books including his most recent publication. The world could be otherwise imagination and the body Safa Path in his fascinating conversation. You'll he norman share stories from his own spiritual journey from aspiring young poet living in the woods of Northern California to meditation teacher and celebrated author. Norman talks about how early encounters with death predisposed him to religious and philosophical inquiry. And how reading? The existentialist would pave the way for a fascination with sin. You'll also hear Norman discuss the topic of doubt rather than providing faith certainty. Buddhism provides a pop a set of questions in which we discover what life is and who we are. Lastly Norman talks about what it means to be a teacher of the Dhamma as well as his own relationship to himself as a teacher of Buddhism. I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too. I did have the first question that came to me and it was when I was just sent yo bio and it said that you have a title Zo Kit Sue. I don't know if I'm pronouncing it correctly. That's new to me and I was just wondering what that means. And what does it represent? Well it's not a title it's just it's just my name. So so maybe you're aware that in Zan when you or dane either as a lay disciple or has a priest and a lot of people will I. Dane is a lay disciple and then later ordains a priest. That's fairly typical. Get your given a diamond name. And everybody has a person's personal name and the personal name usually has four characters. So there's and and and it's a two two character names so Zo Ketziot is to character Zo and Keto and those are the first two characters of my four character personal name and the characters translate as Elephant Cave. Zo Is an elephant. Like there's these Japanese water dispensers with like big long snouts on. I don't know if you've ever seen in those are called Zo shitty or something like that L. Elephant container so so as an elephant and catch you as a kind of a cave or grotto where people meditate so The they say that In Asia in ancient times when they were looking for caves to meditate in there would be caves where that elephants would be drawn to because the caves would have like some kind of. I don't know if this is true but somebody told me this. The cage have some kind of mineral in the walls of the cave that the elephants would like to lick on and eat for their digestion. So the elephants would go into these caves in search of this mineral and then they would over centuries. I rub their flanks against the Cave. Making the cave like really nice and smooth and pleasant and then later on meditators would go in these caves and they called him. Elephant caves for meditation so That's very unusual name. I've never there's a lot of names that are common in Japanese character names. You hear a lot of names. A lot of them are names that were given in the past that famous monks nuns. You know but this is a really unusual name. I don't know why I have this name. My teacher gave it to me and when I ask them like how come you gave you the name. He didn't seem to remember having done it. And that's because I think that he was a very busy person and he had a lot of students. I don't think he really particularly noticed me. So he just probably have random names assigned to people randomly so. I don't think there's any special reason why I have that many but it's so people yeah people often think it's title they think. Wow this is some very special title. I never heard this before but the thing is I don't like titles I I don't I don't ever like to use any titles Nobody calls me Rossier Censeo or anything like that. They just call me by my name and in fact hardly anybody calls me Zo Coetzer. They just call me by English name. I had that impression that you want to into title so then when I sold that bio and it intrigued me and I was like wow. Maybe he's I've never seen that title before. Maybe he's got the highest one I've ever seen before. And so he might be compelled to use it. No no no. It's not a title so Who was a teacher that gave you that name? Richard Baker Richard Baker. And and. How did you meet him? Well let's see. I was studying zen in the Berkeley Zen Center and but the Berkeley San Center did not have the opportunity for monastic practice. So the San Francisco Zen Center which is a much bigger organization. Had A monastery at that time just just opened a few years before call. Tuskuhara and I went there for visit and I really wanted to go and do monastic practice and so in order to do monastic practice. You had to be a student of the San Francisco Zen Center system so I started attending. Dharma talks by Richard Baker and And that's how I met him just by I. I didn't really I eventually. Of course got to know him personally and still know him personally now but in the beginning I attended his Dharma. Talks like a lot of other people and I was one of the many many Younger people who were drawn to the San Francisco Zen Center in the very early nineteen seventies. So he gave you the names. O Kit Sue and that was your deigned name is that is that right. Well I I got that name as a lay ordained disciple and then when I was dating later as a priest I retain the same name I'll k. And normally it's full syllables. Did you say yes? Yeah well Yeah the last. Usually you only go by to The last two syllables are a wrench. Oh so my second. My first name Elephant Cave and then Rancho can be translated in various ways it the character's mean something like to to to face something and to shine Saw My my route teacher from Berkeley Mel Weizman translates that second game as turning toward the light which is a really wonderful translation. So so my England in English. You could say my name is elephant cave turning toward the light. I love it. I don't know I'm fascinated by this. Fan is very elastic. The Japanese in fact I've given dominating so many many people over the years and it means a lot to people right because your teacher in my case. I don't think my teacher particularly no mayor new. You know why he was giving me that name as I said a minute ago but usually when I give names I know the people right so I give them some poetic name from the Dharma and they appreciate it right because it's like. Oh Yeah I have a new name now. This is sort of my new destiny my new sort of path in life and so it is a beautiful. It's a beautiful thing to have these Dharma names. People enjoy them and they take them seriously and the in charge them. Yes and you said when you're explaining it. You said that you grew teacher. Mel Wise Men gave you This had had a translation. What did you mean by route teachers interested in that as well? Well he's you know you can have as you know you can have a lot of A lot of teachers a lifetime. Most people will have more than one just one teacher. But there's one teacher who is closest in whom usually it's the teacher that you start with an imprint. Sue initially in Dharma and so Mel Who's still alive now. He's in his. He's ninety. He was my first teacher. And when I introduced me to the Dharma and later after my initial ordination when it was time for me to receive Dharma transmission and full ordination. He was my teacher for that process. Allow so he. He's been my my main really my main teacher and the person who's Dharma. I am following more than anybody else. And so that was at the Berkeley and center. Well well we. I studied with him at Berkeley senator about five years and then after that as I said I wanted to do. Monastic practice in the monastery for about five years and then after that. I remain with the San Francisco Zen Center for the next baby. Twenty some years and moved from the monastery to Green Gulch farm zen center where I lived for another fifteen or twenty years. You would be Abbott Co Abbot of San Francisco Zen Center eventually. Yeah Yeah
"norman" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Is an indictment on the former staff or former mindset to to not play guys through their strength and we saw like what's the point of making norman the highest paid quarter in the NFL. You're not GonNa let him do what he does. Best and they never did that and and I'll never understand. Well I mean think about the origins of two deals in particular actually three. If you want to go back to Donovan mcnabb but Josh Norman. Alex Smith in recent years were two of the big deals that Bruce Allin initiated. You know Because remember this was a guy that lived on. Bargain deals for subpar players. Like hey look at the contract. We got for this very average player. The redskins were the opposite of what they were from. Two Thousand Two thousand nine before Bruce Scott here. It wasn't any better this way but the two big signings that he went out and made noise with worked total misfits Josh. Norman didn't fit the defensive scheme that Berry or Ultimately Greg Rusedski was coaching and Alex Smith wasn't a good fit for Jay gruden scheme you know so it was. It was sort of ill-conceived from the beginning. But my point on Norman is this. It would not upset me if Ron Rivera said I know what this guy is. I know how to get the most out of him. He's a veteran. He's smart. He's got ball skills by the way the thing that I've always liked about Norman. He's he's always been a willing tackler. You know for a corner and a bit about playmakers tackler as well and if Rivera as a fan of the team if reverse in. I know how to play him. I know how to put him in positions where he can succeed and if he doesn't get a big deal with guaranteed money elsewhere. We'd we'd be happy to have him back on a one one to two year deal. Maybe a second year option team option for team friendly money because we don't have any corners are we have very few and be. I know what he is and I can make it work. That wouldn't bother me no. It shouldn't.
"norman" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"You want it you need it. It's what everyone's talking about the Kevin Sheehan show. Now here's Kevin I'm here Erin. Sear JP Finley from NBC Sports Washington. will join us in about ten minutes. There was breaking redskins news late this morning at the end of the radio show and right before we started recording. The podcast and the news is that Josh. Norman is going to be released by the Redskins Mike Garafolo from NFL network reported it. And then Diana Rossini from ESPN raw confirmed it and said that Ron Rivera is going to reach out to talk to Josh Norman the implication there being that perhaps Norman's days in Washington aren't completely over His Days in Washington under the contract that he signed or over he's not going to earn twelve point. Five million dollars In twenty twenty being a Redskins cornerback. We all knew that that was coming. I mean that was hardly news to all of us that followed the team. There was no way they weren't going to take you know roughly nine million dollars cap savings by releasing him but given that his best success came with Ron Rivera in Carolina. It's not surprising in. Wouldn't be surprising to me in. Wouldn't be a repulsive notion to me if Ron Rivera decided. Hey I want you Josh Norman. On this team we just can't pay you twelve and a half million bucks. We need a team friendly deal. If you don't get a team friendly if you don't get a lot of guaranteed money in a big time deal elsewhere we'd be interested in having you back John Keane wrote a story just moments ago and he talked to Josh. Norman Norman said it's their choice not mine now I can start something new and fresh That was the quote In the John Time Story. I would certainly think that Josh Norman. Go out there to see what's out there to see if there's a team that wants to give him a guaranteed deal for a couple of for decent money for a guy that hasn't played well recently and who is thirty two years old you know and needs a certain scheme like I don't know that. Josh Norman is the guy that you just bring in and you say hey we can play him in man. We complain I'm in zone. We can play him outside. We can play him inside. He's not that versatile you know we've seen that over the last. You know several years with Josh Norman being in Washington and you know per typical per usual with this organization. They didn't coach around the talent they had. They tried to squeeze square pegs into round holes. Josh Norman is a better zone corner than he is a man Corner Josh. Norman is better facing the action rather than turning his back to the action. Josh Norman is not super fast. He anticipates well. He is smart But he is better in sort of seeing everything evolve in front of him in zone coverage then he is in man coverage he's not a guy that should be traveling you know with air quotes around it with the number one receiver On the opposing team. That's not what he is good at and yet at times they had him in that position. You know I've been thinking about Josh Norman. Now that he may be completely done although again. I would not be repulsed nor upset if they brought him back on a team friendly deal in a better scheme that fits him in part. Because the one thing to me. That Josh Norman's always been pretty good at he's always been a willing tackler. You know there are a lot of corners. That don't WanNa come up and tackle and Josh. Norman has been that. Guy. I mean. Take this season in. Toss it because you know. We got to the middle towards the end of the season. When they had no intention of really playing him and be but yet he was active. Was the strangest thing. It was almost as if they wanted to pay him for being active because he had some sort of bonus in his contract. That said if you was on the final active game day roster. He made a certain amount of money. I forget what it was now And for whatever reason maybe they felt they owed it to them. I don't know and remember. He was active but wasn't playing and then was forced to get into a game against the eagles right. It was the eagles game that he got into. And gave up the touchdown pass. Yeah and And you could tell that he was not interested participant there at the end of the year. So take at least half of this season and toss it to the side. You know if you think about Josh Norman in Washington the One thing I will say about him that I feel strongly about is. He was a physical player he was a willing. Participant is a tackler and he tried to make plays as a tackler. You know he was consistently going forward. The the hit the good tackle but the simultaneous punch out of the football. He had multiple forced fumbles in those first couple of years. here But obviously in the scheme that Greg Munaf ski had Joel. Berry had before wasn't perfect for him. You know typical the Redskins Bruce. Allin goes out gets excited signs one of his big. You know big name. Big money deals in. It's not a good fit for the defensive scheme they have will. Ron Rivera knows what Josh Norman can do. What he can't do and whether or not they'll have a scheme that will fit him or not. So if Ron Rivera goes out and says we're interested in having you back on a one year deal with maybe a team option for second. You know at a team friendly number. Then I'M GONNA. I'll be all in on that because I'll believe that Ron Rivera thinks he's key can get something out of Josh Norman. Here in his later years No one knows him better than he than he does in. Nobody's been better at putting together a defensive scheme in this building In a long long time then Ron Rivera in Jack del Rio. So we'll talk..
"norman" Discussed on What It Takes
"Somehow. I wasn't specially so maybe worried does help or I'm afraid. The arch at Wembley has become the triumphant symbol of the future that that Norman foster predicted it would many of the buildings that are yours are considered landmarks. What is a landmark mark. How do you define a landmark well. I think it's it's it's working with those who commission building to try to persuade ate them but it can go beyond their expectations. If I take a reichstag the idea that the could ascend through a spiral ram to an observation platform could occupy the roof could have the the experience of a coffee or meal on the roof of parliament and could look down on the politicians below and this building could be manifesto food uh-huh green energy with no fossil fuels no pollution zero carbon virtually all of that was born one out of convincing those politicians that this was was possible this was never part of what they ask for but they they were in a way encouraged and bought in to that expanded vision through the landmark something more and as you said I guess you can't really say I'm GonNa make a landmark building. I I'd be very uncomfortable uncomfortable with that. Premise I think you can seek to strive for an extra dimension into a building whether that is greater public engagement or something that he's going to offer some extra benefit if it to the people who work there or the community within which that building is placed and then and sometimes times that is doing something different nor for the sake of being different but it comes out differently building. Well well like I was going to say I mean I remember a newspaper front page headline under scathing attack on the building and the king was born out of a kind of poison pen is become a term of and Kim at a public level is become a symbol for the Olympics which finally took place so it's become a kind and of in the same way that a bridge which four fulfills a kind of utilitarian function of getting from one side of a river to another if it somehow transcends that and in the process of doing it becomes something which eventually is identified with the place it becomes a symbol of the place but that's when some extra quality has been somehow infused into that design intangible thing but it becomes identifiable and we you know we know those bridges we know which ones we remember which become a postcard image of the of the place and I think the same is true undoubtedly of buildings they become symbols of the place the ranks that has become a symbol of the city a symbol of Germany but that's really really because it's been embraced by the public. Do you internalize that millions and millions of people walk by your buildings every day. Do you think about that. No never think about it. What do you think about I think about when you pose a question like that <music>. I'm thinking about the next project. I'm thinking about the project that I'm working on and I would never I would never do this <hes> consciously conversationally unless I was provoked because I'm always I think by nature thinking ahead and and really looking back notwithstanding that perhaps one of my starting points on any project is to look back so so what lessons can one from the past if it's a larger community like an experimental community in the desert cert- where you're trying to demonstrate that it can be zero waste zero carbon so you're trying to learn how in in in a time before energy before electricity how how did they in the Middle Ages create dwellings links which were cooler than the desert and how did they achieve that by using shady evaporative cooling of Water Greenery Greenery Wind towers capturing breeze higher pulling it across wet cloths to cool their learning. There's lessons. It's an interesting paradox. Norman Foster one of the most high tech forward thinking architects of our time who stays on the cutting edge edge with the newest materials and building techniques has a reverence for the wisdom of the ages and for nature and he doesn't find that paradoxical because at all what's your next challenge <hes> we're looking at how you can address the whole issue of of slums. You have one in seven people who don't have clean water modern sanitation. Let's go power adequate shelter across the well and <hes> and if that is unchecked and by twenty fifty you that will be one in three people on the planet bulldozing and relocating is proving not to be an auction and we believe the the whole issue of energy and technology could unlock could transform the quality of those lies that you could transform a slum from within and are these slums all around the world. Yes I rest more emerging nations obviously so India and so my small gotten into and it's the biggest is huge million. It's one billion because I think it's it's the very essence of architecture. It's about quality of life am so hops on some. I don't see architecture being this kind of building the wherein which manifestly years all the other kind of buildings museum homes temporary buildings whatever but surely this is the very essence of what architecture and design should be about so back the lives and this is the billion the people yes to make it better to transform and and the work on the ground with slum communities has indicated the it <hes> the the idea that you live in a slum and if that slalom is upgraded. That's where you want to be that we have proved by working with those communities for example with one community who very movingly very first visit totally unexpected did they had created in English out of colored powders on a huge fast their vision for their future wjr and the first thing that they wanted above all else was a cyclone show so that in the event of cyclone warning they wouldn't have to leave commute that was the first priority and <hes> and so these are communities of hope not of of despair and they do have very very strong and when I said this is absolutely amazing because I could give you other examples of extraordinary design intelligence. I asked so you you. You've drawn these trees here. That's where the storms come from if we had planting and so a whole series very intelligent design decisions high said who did this and all the women on one side of the table raise their hands from very young lady at one in two obviously a grandmother the Outta.
"norman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Now, it's the weekend box office review. The combo of Kevin Hart and Tiffany haddish proved potent as their comedy nights school easily topped the weekend with twenty eight million also earned a strong A-minus cinema score from opening day audiences and is on track to finish. It's run at around sixty million for more than double its twenty nine million dollar estimated budget not far behind in second place. Small foot was on par with expectations ringing twenty three million audiences. Also gave it in a minus cinema score average predicted the finish up with about seventy million by the time and leaves. Last weekend's champ the house with a clock in its walls fell the number three adding twelve million to give it a ten day total of forty four million which is just above its estimated forty two million dollar budget, a simple favor clocked in in fourth place with six million giving it a total of forty three million today. The none took over at number five with five million over the weekend and one hundred nine million overall can number seven crazy rich Asians past the one hundred sixty five million dollar Mark to become the sixth highest grossing romantic comedy of all time just ten million behind nineteen ninety eight. There's something about Mary and that's your weekend box office review on iheartradio Justice sale. Get your that means I wanna meet that. This is the Norman. Norman Goldman show. What's next for that? Palma fierce independence, intelligent dialogue and passionate logic. Is right here right now. It's a damn sad situation. This is the dispenser of fairness. This is the unfiltered truth. This is Norman Goldman and we have some reckoning to deal with today. Thanks.
"norman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"If you can avoid it. Great, you can't. That's a part of the game. It's a parting. How many changes are you gonna want? I mean, you're gonna take it just like the cat and have nine lives far eating some of them because in a day that's what you get. When you come through his game, you gotta DOE that understand that. And I guess guys up there, you know, they make these. They come down with them. That's what they do live. I can't say we are being got to do is be going for, but don't exes. I hope we don't get many coming into boxes. 'cause that's the problem. I know you're not referring to the field that you're home field. You're referring to some of the fines and and MRs that come from the the league that dips into pockets, Josh Norman. Josh Norman here on the rich Eisen show one last on this subject. And what was the meeting like? I mean, you said that there was a meeting on this subject was at a team meeting was at just a defensive back meeting where their league officials will walk a fan through what that meeting looks like. It was. It was brought up and we had a conversation about it and then that conversation, you know, we pretty much you know, voicing opinions on and seeing what we can do to try to. You know, try to around the subject or not subject, but around, you know how to place, you know, clean hit on another, you know, offender offender. Like, how do that? I, we had a breakdown of that, and I just. From the conclusion of it. All kinda was like, you know, a little bit shuffled by it was kind of confused like, oh my goodness, how we really gonna do this, taking guys out low continued, even when shale is in turn around. You're gonna take is out, you know, which show the Pat him. It's still going to be a part in it. So I on, we saw video here, an appreciate game where I think I'm twenty three or another team. He led with his quitting shoulder pad and towards his I, if the guy's course or whatever in his hair within their. But he led with showed a pet. He got caught a fifteen yard penalty for like a personal foul. Light, how you play this. So respective our take into consideration. We're doing everything he can as players. To made game safe, but also protect ourselves and make a play for our team. Last won best thing last one for you, Josh, because I know we gotta run here. What did you think Jalen Ramsey's question and answer with g. q. where he was very honest in his assessment of what, or at least honest in in his inner in delivering his inner monologue on quarterbacks in the league. On brutally honest, that would you say right? So I guess what you think we were, you amused where you a little jealous that he had. That that you just free free to, you know, given a platform on a magazine just talk about which quarterback Sutton platform Hagley. I have one of those ESPN or really didn't care for it, but hey, that was wrote. So it is what it is. But at the same time, I think young, we do things we come in, we have our mind settlement stuff, but when you get older, you look at things and see how that affects other people and be like, oh, but I don't know his pay. Dow was what he said and what he believed to be choosing his is every man type today only pain, no matter what it is till. Yeah, for sure. That's how he felt about it. Okay. No questions. What's next to me. So I can't. Okay, Josh does Dak Prescott suck Josh Norman, yes or no? There you go..
"norman" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"That's the part of it i'm not as comfortable with but i but i like i like watching it in reading everything i can about mu did you eat norman i met norman know so so we did we did a show called jack and bobby and and we did a show called everwood right around the same time and both shows dealt with they were the first actually everwood was the first network show to have an abortion on the show that wasn't medically prescribed because some character was in jeopardy or had fallen down the stairs or but actually was a character decision in choice and then we dealt with it as well on on jack and bobby and a lot of other subject matters like that at the time in norman watching it and call me and i was driving to work when down never forget where i was driving and i got a call that you know i have norman lear for you and i thought it was one of my friends just joking of course i'm sure that happens this happen to you for so i and i pulled over to the side of the road because once i realized that actually was him and then we got close around that time and he was in the finale of the show he played a peter jon slattery was on the show and you know from madman obviously and other things and he played john slattery in the future because a big part of the show is cutting back and forth fifty years into the future and seeing this young boy who grows up to be president in twenty forty s and and watching him emerge as a young man and his father figure in his life was ultimately played by norman up to send the next day i got a call from daryl zanuck the rest is history wow that's great to see that was exciting yeah wow that must have been out of the blue norman lear know it was anyway but is it always surprises me when i care so much about you and it surprises me that i i was thinking to say life is the way life goes it doesn't afford the time but that's bullshit it's the time is there and and i've been attracted over months by things that we're far less important to me than knowing you and that's the way it goes we and we stumbled our way in in some respects well it's been so you've been there for me so many pivotal moments and and i live they may not have seen this piddle for you in the review mirror because of where you're you know where you're at but i they were all of them were so pronounced so i i have the same feelings which is i feel i'd say you feel like i can't believe that it's been as long as it's been but it's also it also feels like it went by in the second so just just that sounds too a second what am i sting though that you can see something that you like that moves you on television and that you take the time to reach out and call your good dude norman lear i i know enough longer people i met exactly that way yeah i try the other they don't take my call well but you have left word and had call backs or somebody was that really you really they thought it was joke so they did are they could be joke but they wanted to be sure that's great lasso so does its creek how long have you run that i ran that for two to three years and then and then i created ever what that was i did that a few years later so you just non stop work because you're going home and then working on everwood after working on these episodes of dawson's yeah well actually i was sort of i had segue to consulting on dawson's at the time and i had some time to write and that was something i had been inching right for a while i wasn't sure if it was going to be a movie or show and it was just when when i think i'm sort of like the most keaton i don't i.
"norman" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"What was the show was she oh my god almost all your shows no no no mm to norman lear trivia we've got three experts it was a terrific show was very proud of it wasn't a hit memory lose poker and did it go for a season an and was over or season was over or less than a season it was over it well mr hip is going to get you're gonna get okay now nagging to go back to where we started because what you're listening to ninety five now i can't remember that title i couldn't remember michael mois name and i'm not ninety five so we all have the same issues but killing people we just now like you know we got pot stores everywhere at my ninety four year old father in law lives with us and he has we'd delivered to the house l funny and it's all it's so he's okay the level no when you do this show bates was in the show look it up 'cause i visit greatest cast i've remember louise parker kathy bates was a play it had been a play fried green tomatoes kno fragment she she was was ninety i think it could have been fried green tomatoes that is wasn't a it wasn't film i made the film yes yes of course i did that all right gentlemen out there do you realize that you have norman lear to thanks for green tomatoes to which also i mean also besides all the tv and not to mention spinal tap.
"norman" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Is the norman rattled market border troops i'm barbara kusak stocks fell sharply on trade fears as april posts its worst start since the great depression the closing bell rang down on a bad day for boeing and caterpillar helping to drag the dow jones industrial average down five hundred seventy two points a loss of about two and a half percent the s and p five hundred dropped fifty eight points the nasdaq lower by one sixty one both losing about two percent of value the losses wiping out gains for the weekend pushing the dow back into correction territory i'm michael toscano the market reacted to the president proposing even more tariffs on chinese goods but his top economic adviser larry cudlow dismissed the notion that a trade war is inevitable we're not running a trade war if you read this thing you'll see this is just a proposed idea which will be vetted by us dr and then open for public comments and nothing's happened now he's been executed correspondent nick wad reports plans were announced today by amazon as governor to comply with the president's office reservation for state national guard troops and the us mexico border next week he's going to deploy one hundred fifty national guard to the border here between zona in mexico and they may come here we are in sasa bay which is a little tight on the border national guard is being here before back in two thousand seven they've also had problems here with drug smugglers gun smugglers peoplesmugglers coming over the border three hundred fifty thousand twenty eighteen ford f one fifty and expedition models are being recalled corresponding clayton neville says it due to a gearshift selector problem the company says the issue could result in the truck or suv moving after the driver is put it in park and even taking the keys out of the ignition to date there's one reported accident and injury related to the issue owners will be notified the week of april sixteenth dealers will make sure that clip was installed correctly and security if they need to facebook plans to put more stringent rules in place for issue ads to help.
"norman" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
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"norman" Discussed on The Big Listen
"To talk about that that could not be margerison well i guess i wonder if you can get away with these types of conversations and be very frank um because you are older and you know you of both experience a lot of life but also people give you a little leeway you know i i think that two words in your question that kind of answer the question you asked are the words getaway isn't it a shame that one as one fake said to talk about stuff we all are living through inhaling away with something i don't think any of these conversations callaway with anything i care to go there because because his life because it's being lived none of it is uh is made up like so much of what we listen to work with with china's scrape the barrel of our own experience to reveal some truth but nothing is off limits norman lear is the host of all of the above with norman lear from podcast one he's also a 2017 kennedy center honoree along with flurries stefan on inland richie why i find out more about his show hit a big listen dot org well we've almost reached the end of this week's episode get out of here but before we let you can go and stein four c a r h fly charge aggravate is our 60second mapping of the apple pie cash charts for not looking number one for even number one hundred lucky number twenty nine and if your podcast has reached the summit of number two eighty nine then shouted from the rooftops is that is quite an achievement friend okay so this week's to eighty nine as a show called just ask david thank you for joining us apparently david pollick is the beauty boom grill we were laughing before we got started one episode i listen to you talked with a woman named kelly richardson she's an industry expert in sunless tanning skin care you name it sunless tanning tip you wanna look tan but you don't wanna go through all the dangerous stuff i mean i've never looked in the mirror and been like.
"norman" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Of my great fear that when we started this that the review would be norman lear is legacy came to a crashing ga how horrible terrible misfire of a huge people responsible yeah oh my god is never thought of that pressure the second worst thing the first thing is but this went by in four minutes freely gedj doors verse rightness is great that we that jay great yes tremendous and who are you again gloria calderon kallon's mike roy release on trying to make you a and this has been all of the above with norman lear and the pole hip yes hip you guys are great thank you for coming by everybody watch the show listen to this first then watch the yeah they can't you can't miss goodbye this live this day and night sharm norman lear and you can find me is should you wish to a new jobs you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter via norman lear and you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter paul and as you space and time give me some new to a give you still not podcast one has new shows on our new app check out all the coal features to help you explore are exciting new programming like america's lakers podcast with jay more so random wicker in olympia whose attack each day the harbaugh's podcast not just sports with susi schuster and rich eisen and sessions with randy jackson as well as you're old favorites like the lady gang steve austin shaquille o'neal and adam guerrilla get the new podcast one out in the app store google play or podcast one dot com.
"norman" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"No but he's a good dude he's got to be on this gel he's gonna come on the podcast when he stays grab awaringha we happen john staten your you get a cellphone colin cooper rat paul is check out his cellphone he's looking through contacts of stars of stars norman lear abnormally low guy norman lear you want to block that one i mean how do you remember the name of the script that uh i don't i have levers what would i i got to call i got to talk to so many cool people working for ranh though because they would call to speak to him and he was just busy do he ged he is so devoted when he is in the middle of a a film he was writing a new one and also doing post on on vanilla sky he just jungles himself up and just rights and rights and rights and then does all the post he was a lovely lovely guy to work for and what you where did you ever where i was insistent i was on a second assistant so i would get him his a long neck budweisers and dungeness crab at phone i do mike catt jeff took think it's a phone jae chung achieve this is it this is the phone of john q 2 says that it's happening i might be the answering machine of john cusack though rugrats kennedy and trending now man that will leave a message harry.
"norman" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
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"norman" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
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"norman" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Radio friday started pod on monday the great yeah i learned were you among the had to be among the first of the podcast yeah i i would say there were of their certainly podcast before i did it i was probably the first guy who said let's just turn this into a business let's fall of the radio model let's figure out whatever radio did and will do this as a sort of digital radio show but i was the first guy without any parent company more any affiliate on casey are w whatever i've sort of one of the first guys who just went i'm gonna put my own money into this on a bill mount studio we're not going to have a parent company or an acrimonious associated with the s p r r anything and i'll just do it myself and wool all fund it myself and will make the model work yeah great well you've made the my little work and you made the mina worked for an extra episode here today on all of the above with norman lear and paul hip and uh i love talking to an own giveth fuck who knows a come back anytime they do moon this live this day and night sharm norman lear and you can't find the it should you wish to me down you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter bbc norman lear and you could find me on facebook instagram and twitter at all.
"norman" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Pop warner pewee football for seven years and then high school football and it playing about eleven years of football and each time at the end of the practice the coach would yell taken me and that men gather round um in grab a knee they didn't once you have sitting down they wanted view yes are headphones our little hot as they as a say in the business so to me the coach would stay in their everyone would take a knee and then he would impart whatever wisdom that it meant sit down listen absorb some wisdom taken me yeah i'm gonna tell you about the game plan will tell you what you're doing wrong that's mine and that's good and what you're doing right and and everything else so for some reason i just decided might inspirational podcast recall take a knee which is the audience you take any and let let let norman lear and and any other luminary come and tell you you know all about their life that's great so kind of all of the above and hence a however it is all the above yes so how many podcasts at in total that you're doing i think i do about fifteen or seventeen over a week but i haven't potala them tallied them up completely put so for me i getting paid to talk sales gain it feels insane ebony and i led a life were every school teacher every family member and every friend just yelled shot uh no one cares just shut up this requires would you bring disrupt so from a scholastic standpoint it was a detriment it was his unruly he's disruptive he interrupts the class his his he has no focus so scholastically was kind of a it it it was a a burden and we did not help and then socially i grew up with a mom that didn't talk at dad that didn't talk a stepdad talk to each other now no nobody really nobody shared ideas nobody spoke and then my friends were lot of like really blue collar dudes from the valley who would much rather get into a fight than a conversation so and then i ended up doing construction with the same dudes and so.