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Austria To Allow Skiing Starting On Christmas Eve

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:22 min | 7 months ago

Austria To Allow Skiing Starting On Christmas Eve

"Breaking ranks with other european nations. Austria will allow skiing mus eve but will limit the capacity of ski lifts and keep restaurants and hotels closed. This isn't ideal for business but it is something and afforest believe it is completely safe. Monaco's alexi corey. love explores. How australia is getting ready for. Its strange new ski season. Australians don't normally disobey orders but try and take away one of their favorite hobbies and see what happens. What are they doing are they. Bringing via the slopes are close but many of those people don't care and they're just just. That's me playing the mountain range with police show donnie general manager of strategic popular ski resort located around one hundred kilometers south of vienna. Because there's so many people like one forty calls per day just with people trying to get into mansion. Saw on the day i'm visiting. The sky is a dazzling blue with fluffy white clouds skidding overhead any other winter. That'd be hundreds thousands more people in the piece from the to trespassers. We've just seen but this year is different now. Austria will open. Its slopes christmas. Although even then it won't be business as usual the conditions on the which we are out to open them are kind of crazy because there's not going to be any hotels open. They're not going to be in a regular operation of restaurants. So i mean you have to imagine that people even if they just come here for day. They're going to spend the whole day on the mountain. They're not going to have the possibility to get indoors to to warm up like a. Maybe we'll find a solution how they are going to be able to to get some food takeaway style but they have to eat that food outside. We not in the city where in mountains area temperatures are going to be quite different whether you face in of for example. So it's kind of crazy because cover garment on the one hand says okay you. You're going to be able to open. But the conditions impose province for us concerning organization is focused just as neat and san viet. We infer young. Upper is sorted and crazy. Not but this man. Chancellor sebastian courts is determined to save christmas. Upton fianc hundred sixteen detail when the answer name fine with some bash chief on the mortgage the meat the asian befo cone in germany. France and italy have all forbidden skiing holidays fearing that would push up infections but australia has refused to toe the line however it will require people coming from abroad to go into quarantine and with hotels closed. This effectively leaves austrians as the only customers. But that's still welcome news for greece for the upcoming holidays. We're going to lose People coming from abroad so that's thirty percent of customers. also one day customers. They're coming from hungary from check. Republicans ocu- so we are going to lose them because it's not going to be easy to get into australian and other australia again so we're going to lose them but we expect to gain some customers from those types of skiers who usually would have gone to scares in the western part of austria which they cannot do knob would too far for for one second further on up. The slope brings explains heltzel to work on old the situation. We're going to face when it comes to take away operation of the restaurants on the mountain because people went out and found out. No that's not our restaurants but it's a it's a. It's one of the big ones in the mountain. Well you get the slopes you get the chair lift like with the bottom station in mountain station you get lots of people And not too much space to let. The people consume their their food the food they bought outside. So that's one of the challenges we're facing with the current government regulations because people are not going to be out to use the the space within fifty meters from the restaurant Which is quite a problem if you if you imagine having three to four hundred people standing around and they should not stand around At the slow because obviously there are skiers coming down so yeah. That's quite complicated. And that's why. I asked most of what the government thought creating those regulations for monaco. I'm alexi thank you alexi.

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"ocu" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"ocu" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"We. Actually were able to detect that the ones that we synthesize even the ones that were hard for the humans and a saying it wasn't a full scale human test. But when we looked at, it was very hard for us to figure out if there was insider, not ocu- was able to distinguish that because there was enough is going on now. Yeah go ahead. Yeah. So so the differences from sort of the cross section expectations or detecting differences mud longitudinal so I, take Pusa an ex. At based on historical date, I have an expectation what process he or she might deploy and you're detecting differences from that person's expectation vote. It should be both but given how limited the day it is. It was much the ladder that we just basing it on what is the average difference in reports across the honest insiders. Okay. Okay. And so. So I mean that's interesting. Presumably. If you have, you know failed amount of predictability there. This is something that could be constantly looking at information and raise red flags in the process right? Right. Perfect, but it would be it would be quite useful and they also wondered. Gee I don't know if you've been in this direction, but there could be some extensions to look at. Okay so we could identify a militias intend of an analyst. They could also possibly look at militias intent of using the information the users. Militias intent right PSE. At least Yeah Oh. Yeah. We've thought about that. We have pursued that one. Part of it is you know I the the that is a how I say that is I would call that the next level up in terms of you know, hey, if I'm going to do that actually that's related to the to the to the next paper. Yeah. that that we're GonNa talk about is that it leads up to that and. Less, so in terms of you know. If they're I guess maybe that's what I'm saying this. It leads up to giving you an idea how important that misuse of information might be I'll I'll save that for now But yeah, overall I agree there I mean having the intentions which is, which is why keep proselytizing it. So to speak is something that just opens up a whole world of possibilities. Yeah Yeah and you know it's almost like going back to finance institutions. It's almost like.

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"ocu" Discussed on Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"ocu" Discussed on Natural Disasters

"At dawn on October fifth. Two Thousand Ten Deva Chair mayor to all the Tomas was waiting through a caustic swamp of heavy metals. He fervently hoped his boots and protective coveralls would protect him from the cadmium cobalt and lead swirling in the mud around him. An acrid smell filled his nose as he looked out over his little town. Every building fence and tree left standing had an eerie waist. High Line of rust colored residue it appeared as though the town had been painted carefully by a brush overnight in a misguided prank. Tomas was exhausted. He had been up through the night and he'd been frantically working since. The flood rushed over the town at noon the day before now. Small mountains of red rebels stood everywhere. The leftovers of the crumbled buildings that had toppled in the wave of toxic sludge. Deva chair no longer resembled the sleepy town where Tomas had spent his whole life. That looked like it had been bombed most of Devon chair surviving residents had been evacuated to nearby villages where shelters had been set up in churches and auditoriums rows of beds and tables of packed sandwiches. Were put out for the displaced victims but the toxic flow soon reached those surrounding villages as well. The sludge seeped into small creeks that fed into the larger tributaries of the Danube River. The recent rain had softened the ground and increase the permeability of the soil which only helped to quicken the spread of pollutants. Toxic plume had travelled nearly fifteen miles by October fifth. Reaching at least six other towns the region was in dire. Need of immediate help. Tomasa cell phone rang incessantly. As he slowly tramped through the sludge he was discussing how to find shelters for displaced residents. And keep the evacuees safe. He spoke with a never ending line of different government. Officials policemen and workers to coordinate the incoming help but it was calls from the press. Were the most intrusive. They wanted quotes. They wanted to know how disaster happened. Reporters came to the village. Protective outfits and masks poised and ready with cameras and microphones in addition to the reporters over five. Hundred policemen and soldiers arrived to organize infrastructure among the madness and ruin they were directing traffic and continuing to clean roads and walkways and everyone wore head to toe protective gear. The rescuers looked like aliens or spacemen. New arrivals to an unknown toxic as the clean-up began in earnest. The Hungarian government directed the temporary shutdown of Mall Zero. The company responsible for the spill workers from the aluminum plant were dispatched to gather sludge from the streets of Deva Chair and ship it back to the headquarters in Ocu- about twelve miles away rusty alkaline water splashed as industrial vacuums sucked up. Sludge gathered in homes and offices workers from the company hosed down streets and alleyways to wash away the heavy metals to foot deep puddles of diluted toxic water or then suctioned from between trees and the dips of Roadways. Huge bulldozers gathered building wreckage and scooped up poisoned swaths of the surrounding forest floor. But no amount of cleaning could erase the red stains or fully removed. The powdery toxic dust that caked on wherever the waste dried the demolished homes. Were haunting site. Living Room couches were sopping wet with red mud. Never to be sat on again. Tv's were toppled over poison melted through plastic frames and burned away family pictures. Broken walls revealed inundated bathrooms with tubs sinks filled with sludge amidst piles of d'etre 'tis dolls and basketball's floated along in. What used to be children's toy rooms? Refrigerators with food still inside removed and put in massive garbage crate in the mid day on October. Fifth government workers arrived with giant dump trucks and drove down unchartered paths and back roads. They poured Klay into the tributaries of the Danube River. Officials claimed at the time that they would be able to neutralize toxins and minimize contamination with the clay. As Claes naturally absorbent. It could lower the Ph of the water by soaking in the poisons but the mud was wildly toxic yielding a Ph of thirteen that level of alkalinity could burn through skin and muscle tissue in a matter of minutes. A Ph of thirteen is similar to bleach oven cleaner. Neither of which is a substance. A person would want to touch jest war inhale throughout the afternoon of the fifth the sludge spread through rivers and woodlands around Deva Chair and Colon Tar just a day before these bodies of water had been lively clean and filled with wildlife water sources. That had been fresh enough to drink turned caustic overnight red sludge clogged the gills of fish. Their bodies floating to the surface birds who had eaten poison plants and dying aquatic. Animals lay bloated. At the river's edge. Small drowned rodents looked like clay figurines. The sheer number of dead creatures alarmed. The workers gathered the nauseous carcasses with gloved hands. They lifted the limp bodies of squirrels and raccoons that dripped with sludge into bins trash cans filled to the brim with these. Little corpses were incinerated by the dozen. The forest was strangely silent. Save for the sounds of the heavy machinery scooping and sectioning the toxic waste from the environment however the cleaning efforts to stop the flow of caustic sludge rivers and soil. Were coming up short. The emergency responders had underestimated the amount of toxic liquid. There was to clean up. This was due to a corporate lie in their own. Disaster plan malls accounted for only a fraction of the amount of toxic sludge. They had generated. They had been using the same waste pond to dump aluminum biproduct. Since the nineteen sixties in addition to the glut of toxic waste excess rainwater collected in the waste. Reservoir at the plant mixed with the aluminum. Byproduct years of rain created a much more fluid and powerful force than expected when the dam failed. The vast amount of rain water in the waste pond diluted the toxic sludge when the wall deteriorated burst the sludge spread in a more fluid form. It flowed markedly faster than a more solid substance the volume multiplied to over one hundred eighty five million gallons of destructive liquid that polluted roughly two thousand acres of land now the excess liquid pooling around the villages made the cleanup process much more harrowing as it dried and hardened the evacuated residents would not be able to return as soon as they had hoped. Once the sludge had absorbed the cleanup would take much longer than anticipated by October. Sixth and seventh. Some of these frightening facts trickled into the news and became public knowledge. The shock of what had happened was turning into anger. Deep Sadness and fear for the future residents listened to the news and read articles online has details about the true scope of the disaster. Were beginning to come to light. They heard the wide swath of land affected by the flood and realized the disaster was much greater than what they had seen Endeavour Chair. They saw pictures of fish floating belly up. In the midst of a- bling burping globs Greenpeace reported the danger of arsenic chromium and excessive mercury in the waters around Deva Chair. Arsenic levels in the wells of Colon Tar were twenty five times higher than the legal limit for drinking water and double the anticipated levels from the waste reservoir. It was difficult for residents to comprehend the level of poison now surrounding them many townspeople with only partially damaged. Homes remained endeavour chair refusing to leave these residents watched out their windows as blurry. Red Clouds filled the air. They tried to stay calm. The danger was only increasing. A new problem arose says the toxic mud began to dry. The sludge became a cancerous dust. It was not safe to breathe in but it was everywhere. Caught in the breeze and stirred up by the machines masks were required to be outside. In some cases people even wore them indoors as a dust made its way through air vents and under doors and on the morning of October Seventh. The wind started to pick up coming up. We'll see how the danger grew as the government and town officials rushed to save lives podcasters. I have some exciting news for you. I'm hosting a new show called daily quote. It's a quick two to three minute. Podcast that is sure to inspire you put you on the path to positively each quote will motivate uplift and renew your outlook on life plus. 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"ocu" Discussed on Kind World

Kind World

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ocu" Discussed on Kind World

"So decades later Rachel tracked down that family and she asked to live on the farm of their descendants just as her grandmother had the farm belong to CNA Christianson and her husband seen as grandmother had hosted. Rachel's grandmother seventy four years before we all knew the story Lori but it became different when I met Rachel that seen her grandmother had often wondered what had happened to that refugee from Czechoslovakia Ocu- and I come into their house and just casually. They put a pot of coffee on the table. And we just sit and chat. We've talked about our grandmoms and we started it. Feel a little connected or in family or something because of their connection I think they had a special bond Rachel moved in and helped seen with farmwork just as their grandmothers had done all they laughed they cooked they even sang together and gradually Rachel felt like one of them. I'm reading words. My Grandmother wrote about this family from nineteen forty one. And it's like I could take those words and put them into my diary today about their descendants in Rachel's grandmother Hannah was able to safely stay in Denmark until she was seventeen when a stranger appeared. This guy showed up on a bike who she did not I know. He was part of the Danish underground. They'd heard that Nazis were about to round up Jews in the area and he says she needs to come with me and pretty much gave her five minutes to pack up. She could which was essentially toothbrush and followed him on her bike. He hit her in church. Attic for three days and then one night a fisherman smuggled Hannah and more than a dozen other refugees to Sweden by hiding them under piles of herring and his boat. We hear about all this horrific horrific details over and over again. But they're these stories that compete with that where it's like. Yeah but look what you can do. That can save people. I mean it's a really different story. Then friends of mine whose grandparents weren't in concentration camps like Hannah was never any camp because people kept her safe because people you know honored her life as a human.

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"ocu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"ocu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A lot of similarities in the theory that serve the world is sort of controlled by the group of satanic child sacrifice hers but in one piece the gate all of this are the evil activity was located in Sir one location which was comment ping pong and pizzeria in Washington DC in into law this much more broad this is the belief that is going on all over the world everywhere in basically everyone with any high degree of power or influence our fame is in on and thinking about the two gates that ended up with you know no one died or knowing got hurt but definitely was a scary situation what about you in ninety think that it'll take the same trajectory and people actually become radicalized by this so what's very different about PC game cue in on is that the worst incident like you mentioned was that a man walked into comet ping pong fired a single shot inside of the pizzeria and is currently serving a four year sentence he went on on the other hand already has a body count and that comes in the form of the death of the mob boss Frank Callie at the hands of a man named Anthony Carmelo Anthony Camilo was a according to his defense attorney is a man who was very very mashed in the OCU. non community and in fact try to form citizens arrest of many high profile figures are mentioned by Q. like congressman Adam Schiff well he apparently I try to perform asus is a rest of Frank Callie and when this went wrong he wound up shooting and killing him and as part of his the fence in his second degree murder trial his defense attorneys are basically arguing that he was so deeply in mashed in this cute on fantasy world that he didn't understand what he was doing and he thought that he was doing the right thing because he so fully believe in the Cuban on so already queuing on is more dangerous and deadly than P. together for was so use a pseudonym is that because you're scared of what the Cuban on community would do if they found out who your from being perfectly honest I'm not that worried there many other fantastic journalists who cover cue in on who are even more promise than me but on the other hand I do appreciate the extra level of security that they student and provides me ideally I would prefer them not to doc's may not to know my my real name but the same time I feel that threatened if I were to be docks but is an added layer of protection I appreciate..

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US warned Sweden of 'negative consequences' if A$AP Rocky were not released from jail for trial

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

US warned Sweden of 'negative consequences' if A$AP Rocky were not released from jail for trial

"He's back home today Hey sap rocky flying back to Los Angeles from Sweden after his release from Sweden while he awaits sentencing for beating a nineteen year old man in the streets of the Swedish capital stock told KABC helicopter reporter Chris Christie was that over him I actually airport with the rapper landed last night that private jet has just landed inside that jet is rapper a sap rocky after spending some time in a Stockholm jail on assault charges he was released by Swedish authorities and boarded a private jet and is now back on American soil with your right out the remainder of his time before his trial president trump trying to intervene in the a separate OCU trial said to get diplomatic letter to Swedish authorities warning of negative consequences a U. S. Swedish relations if the case was not resolved quickly

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"ocu" Discussed on Culpable

Culpable

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on Culpable

"Came from Whitley and that could have contributed to malfunctioning ray adamantly denies the gun ever being modified an N._B._A.. Offered no additional information to support this theory number three three the abrasion. It hasn't been mentioned up to this point but when Christians body was recovered in addition to the gunshot wound Christian also had an abrasion on the bridge of his nose the Andrew Oculus hoped for an explanation nation on how Christian maeve obtain the injury they believed it could have come from a struggle before Christian died agent weeks spoke with Metro one ambulance service and according to Him Metro one state of the during the recovery the body the corner stood on the tub job straddling Christians body and when he lifted the body straight up by the Torso Christians had fell down in the bridge of his no struck the TUB causing the abrasion they made no mention of this and the E._M._t.. report but the fact check the injury OCU- spoke with the corner owner directly and he adamantly denied this stating that if something like that had happened it would have been indicated in his report and Ray took a step further and contacted one of the E._M._T.'s who responded to the scene. Here's what he had to say. Not Draw Rock. We are I at body removal and we would never do up.

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"ocu" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And the comments are racist well not good that dinner because right after that he just attacked her and its people as he's pretty much done now yeah she got attacked first you get attacked for thrown in personal comments when she was doing the condemnation call them like a place that shut it down for thirty minutes and they finally voted for Republicans who might the president knows exactly who they were by the way they'll never get anything from him they voted with the Democrats and then shortly thereafter the four women that Nancy Palau's he was there protecting turned on instantly yep see you later she's out yeah middle like the old lady get rid of her she added this we we need we need new fresh bloody near that the the for them one day they really are they're the new kids in school wow they just want to take over a completely disrespectful ballots were fans obviously instead of the million that not fans of its people OCU colored it's apology for god sakes but still expect you got us there on speaker either they remember the movie mean girls we have that's what they remind me of the mean girls and so we should call them there than anywhere else they are they're nasty that's right they don't have anything nice to say about anybody and and C. of the one that scares me the most is no more right AOC she says stupid stuff but she's stupid yeah she's not a very bright young lady I mean yeah she's grand social media yeah she's pretty I'll give her credit for that she dresses well well spoken problem is the words that come out of her mouth make no sense she's not very bright she's not she's really not your right great on social media about big influencer yeah there's no doubt about it she's like number two on the list as a matter of fact they came out right trump's one she's too are speaking of trump tweeting.

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"ocu" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on KOMO

"One sixty one just after Jensen road east is blocking the southbound lane southbound traffic is getting through the northbound lane but there are slowdowns in both directions our next couple traffic at eight thirty four global weather art Sanders mostly cloudy tonight chance of showers overnight lows near sixty partly sunny tomorrow slight chance of showers highs in the seventies mostly sunny Friday lower eighties Saturday partly sunny highs upper seventies Sunday partly sunny a chance of showers highs in the mid seventies for Monday and Tuesday mostly cloudy with a chance of showers mid seventies mostly sunny Wednesday slight chance of showers mid seventies overnight lows around sixty that's your latest weather from the global forecast team NBC entertainment news might need to calm down after being named the top earning celebrity by for the money magazine says the music star pulled in a hundred and eighty five million dollars over the past year thanks mostly to touring and apparently that's our best year yet second on the Forbes list cosmetics Queen Kylie Jenner with a hundred and seventy million brother in law Kanye west to start with a hundred and fifty million soccer star Lionel Messi and music star ed Sheeran round out the top five a lawyer for a separate OCU says the rapper is being held in the main conditions and sweet Rockies in jail after a fight that he says was self defense and he could stay locked up for a couple more weeks.

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"ocu" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on KTOK

"And if you remember if your KT, okay listener, you know, the Jim Palmer is a veteran of KT. Okay. Jim so nice to have you back here in the studio this evening. It's great to be. Here. Welcome welcome. How's it seem here? Well, it seems familiar and then not so familiar change a little bit just as high up. Is it always way? Yes. Also here is a cast member from the Oklahoma senior follies, Barbara Bryant, Wagner and Barbara. Let me welcome you to one thousand K T. Okay. Thank you so much is a pleasure to be here. Thank you. You're going to have to move closer to that microphone. So that I can hear you now. Welcome again. Thank you, guess and the choreographer and director of the twenty nine thousand nine senior follies Sheridan McMichael accurate. Hey, so Sheridan of oh, I'll get back to you about how many and the cast. So you'd be thinking of how you whip all these people into shape GM, you're the president tell us a little bit about the Oklahoma senior follies in twenty nineteen. Well, it's a wonderful group of talent fifty five and over. We have people of all ages in this organization, working hard both behind the scenes on behind the stage on the stage and so forth throughout the year to put this annual show on, but we do other things behind the scenes to we visit senior centers and perform little talent things with them to kind of uplift them and inspire them and us really the purpose of the Oklahoma senior follies is to uplift seniors. So you have a show that will be June first and June seconds. That's right at Oklahoma City university. And we'll talk more. About that. Right. But throughout the year, you go to assisted living centers and entertained. That's true. We go to various senior centers around the metro area and sometimes just outside the metro area with p two or three people or four people who can sing dance. And and entertain the folks we, you know, Tom Knicks is one of the people that works with us at the senior centers by the piano is excellent. But he's a musician and that we have people from the cast or people who like to entertain at senior centers. Yes. So let me ask you Barbara since you're cast member. When you entertain in the show, or whatever I bet the music is music that is appropriate to the senior age group. Absolutely. You know, we also we tried to carry a a a large venue. A music as far as different genres, and we have anything from Broadway to country and western and so I know that you are a singer. I am what would you be performing? Or what will you be performing in the senior follies? Well, I'm going to be in all of the group numbers as well. As I will be seeing an individual song that has the gospel number. Oh, that's wonderful. Do you wanna give us a name of the guests? The name of the song is you've got to be born again. Oh that sounds fantastic. And have you been singing your entire life? Started in seventh grade had some great voice lessons from an individual who he had a show choir in highschool for that I was able to be a part of and he gave me individual voice lessons. And I also come from musical talent on both my mother and my father's side of the family. So we have a lot of people in our family who are talented in that respect. And I have learned a great deal from them as well as mine structures. I bet it is so popular I've I've met people love to see you coming. So here is Sheridan, Michael, and I know Sheridan because he is also a performer as well as Cobra for a director we've seen him in many lyric theatre shows and other things Sheridan. How did you become involved with the Oklahoma senior follies? And I dare say if you're a senior it's a senior in college. Live removed from that. So the folly started in twenty eleven as I understand it. Bobby Bridger lane contacted Dr David and dean there he is the head of the music theater department of which I was a student at that time. So in twenty eleven he was putting together this show, and well, this I'm sure I guess I was a little favorite pupil at the tired or something. So talented most talented. So that summer he had me assist. Putting on a show like this is an immense amount of work just to do a proper variety show. Like this this year, we're going to have more than forty performers and just getting all that all that arranged is is quite an undertaking. So I was assisting him in that in twenty eleven then it was again in two thousand thirteen I believe they kept it there does you for a number of years. And so then in two thousand thirteen I just graduated college and was. Looking around. And he threw me about another gig as well choreographed the show that year, and so I've just been in and out of the organization since then do that first year twenty thirteen and and I helped out Terry Reynolds was directing last year. He's also Lear veteran from back in the day. And even recently since he's been back in Oklahoma. He's he's been a number of shows there. He was directing stage managing last year show. And now, I think he was ready to move on something else. And so it was it was the que- to me. And what's it like to be to have all the power now? Oh, goodness. Well, I mean like I said it's it can be challenging trying to incorporate so many disparate talents. People come from all sorts of backgrounds. We have legitimate Broadway stars from from from back in the day. Then people who also have fantastic talents that maybe have taken a different path, you know, in the past so just putting that altogether and setting expectations for for creating the medical event that this can be it's it's quite responsibility. We want everybody involved to have a really meaningful experience. Plus, it's not like a Broadway musical. It's not a themed show as I understand it. Right. Right. So yeah are. Magic word is zig filled. Inspired extravaganza drive again. Yes, we'd have all kinds of all kinds of acts. There's there's going to be Dr Irv Wagner from Hugh. He'll be doing his trombone in the spoons act. We have comedians we have which by the way, you do know. He won the Jared tall talent show with that. Really? Yeah. They're all my life. Time. Yeah. And then you have also on the poster I see Leona Mitchell. Yes. Huge huge star those quite a bit this year Grammy award winning soprano. She she sang at the met for a number of seasons. She is going to do a nice little selection from possessed Carmen them very excited to hear. So how long is this show? How long is this show? We're kind of inflexible. A couple of hours. Right, right. Yeah. We're shooting for an hour an hour and a half to two hours with an intermission. Okay. It'll be thing. Yeah. Saturday June first at seven, that's correct. That's right and Sunday in the afternoon June second at two pm. Very important because a lot of people who come to the show don't want to stay out too late so seven PM a little bit earlier, usually like eight o'clock or something like that. And also a Sunday matinee is very popular time. I'm sure it is. Yeah. And you're at on the campus of OCU Kirkpatrick auditorium in there with the basketball of music and Oklahoma City university. That's really fantastic. So let me ask you, Barbara. Have you performed prior to this on the Kerr Patrick stage? No, I have not I was actually I did attend of see you on a music scholarship after high school, but I did not perform one of the performances as a freshman. We were required to be a page for one of the performances, and you had to draw the curtain so I did get to draw the curtain. But but I did not perform in those particular shows at that time. This could be your moment. This could be this is my second year. And I've always wanted to get into music theater. So just really soaking all of this up learning from all the veterans performers who have been there before me and enjoying it. So very much. Well, we also need to mention as I started from the outset. Reading from the description on the webpage, it is to celebrate the senior performers, but it also is to benefit of a charity of your choice. Yes. Alzheimer's foundation will be benefactor of some of our donations this year. And we also they also received funds from us last year, you Oklahoma City. Alzheimer's? So generally how much of the tickets the.

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"ocu" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on Big Blue View

"I like quite a bit not super athletic, which you would like in your Ed rushers. But even though he get went to a small school like Old Dominion. He's not someone who who is very raw. He's someone who is very much a refined pass rusher has a lot of good pass rush. Moves. And that's how you see him win on tape when it's not always going to be the athleticism, but he has a broad enough toolbox as his pass rushing moves in hand movement hand use and all that stuff to to set tackles up that he should be able to produce in the NFL. Yeah. I think I might have preferred like a Christian Miller. But. Zimmer is a solid pig especially at as late in the third round as they were ninety fifth pick. That's basically a fourth round pick. That's the last natural pick. All it was left after that. We're the compensatory picks. So at that point getting a guy who can probably step in contribute. Maybe not be an ace pass rusher. He won't be probably won't be a patch on Libya Vernon but he should be able to contribute. And like you said he has pretty refined pass rushing skills yet. He has an okay first step. It's not great there. I awesome at a wasted motion on tape. He isn't terribly bendy his ankles are okay. But he's got some stiff hips, but in the giant scheme, he'll probably be rushing as outside linebacker or fairly widely spaced defensive end depending on. What kind of sub package therein? He should have a soft enough edge that he can get around a tight end. Or maybe tackle the interesting thing to me is that even though he's six three in about two fifty. He looks like he should be a speed rusher. But he rushes like power rusher. He tries to I don't wanna say go through tackles. But he loves the bull rush. He loves along our move. He isn't really one for trying to be guys with speed, which is just interesting to see out of a player with his body type it he got compared to OCU you're doing the draft. But their games are kind of radically different. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he he doesn't really have the speed to win with speed. But I think it with the speed in athleticism. He does have a when he brings on the more accelerated hand use and the ability to set offense of Lyman up. I think he does that very, well, which will translate it makes up for some of the top end athleticism that he doesn't have. And kind of like you said and one thing that it is not going to be. A big thing for him is he's not going to be asked to beat the number one pass rusher right away. I think as we saw with the men as being the only edge rusher. They took in the Strath. They are very much going to use a rotation of guys and mix and match depending on the situation. So you're going to have the Menez in their brew tasting with Marcus golden with Kareem Martin with with Renzo Carter. So you're going to have all these guys rotating in and I don't think one guy is going to have to be the main guy that probably is a good thing. I think will allow all of them to continue to develop together. I think that's good for their development that they're not going to have to really take the load as the main guy. No one's going to have that role. And I think that actually benefits all of them when you look at the medicine in college. He was it was a pretty good playmaker. Last year yet eighteen and a half tackles for loss. Twelve sacks twenty four and a half run stuff. So he was getting through. Through the line of scrimmage, quite often and get an interception. Two pass break up some four force fumbles. So this is a guy who against the quality of competition, obviously is not there with Old Dominion and the teams he was playing. But I think there are a lot of traits that will translate..

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"ocu" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Move. When are they gonna stop growing? Are. They like old man ears like for they just grow forever because they've been getting bigger and bigger and bigger at some point. You gotta think that the drag it stops, bro. Yes. Maybe the crocodiles that way where they don't stop grown are any of you. So proclaimed game of thrones experts that you can explain things to me as we go. I know thought that I was like if you'd asked me before I watched the phasing seven ending again. I have no idea. What's happening? I mean, I remember whenever I see people but details, I don't know. How people do that like Elliott knit house? She goes back and forth and Canadian all these tiny little details. No. Yeah. She would be the line at the office. There's there's people who are. So like I'm into Bill like I was there for the. Like out of the four of us. I'm probably your best bet. All right, good. All right. I'm gonna have a lot of I don't know. Maybe not too many. But maybe a few of noxious questions because I haven't watched. But I also just liked to just again just be watching it and be in the mix. It's not I hope I wanna give special shot out to our guy wreak. I hope that wreak has a real turnaround. He started at the end of season seven where he beat the shit out of that one dude on the beach goes for rescues sisters, get headbutted in the face in his down for the count. But hopefully, he has redemption story because my fellow getting his dick like cut completely off can boss cut off completely embarrassed in front of everybody. I hope that wreak does big time things. That's what I hope redemption story from rake. You know, what I'm gonna do today though. I do this basically with any sort of our long shows recaps online, very helpful. So really groundbreaking stuff that I'm doing thank. Oh, awesome. Cons while snow. Oh, boarding not following. Let's move on to save alibis. I'm going to send so many snowboarding pictures and videos you guys in the group chat. Coop. Ocu-? We haven't. He's rounds. Alibis. Yeah. I do Chaffetz. What the hell are those new shoes? You got. Oh, man. Yeah. What did they look like sneaker bottom souls? But then it's like a wicker basket around your foot, and then there's a cinch tie. Almost looks like five fifty cord what's going on with those buddy. Like did you do long.

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"ocu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Bill Seward live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. The man who gave weapons to a killer. Couple in San Bernardino, wants to change his plea and regain Marquez junior admitted to providing support to terrorists and making false statements to purchase guns. Prosecutors say in two thousand fifteen Marquez in abled saieed for rook and his wife touchscreen Malik to shoot and kill fourteen co workers at an employee Christmas party. The pair had pledged loyalty to ISIS. Both were killed by cops Marquez with his attorney John ocu- Lena told a federal judge yesterday in riverside that he wants to void his guilty. Plea Kalina said the reason for changing the plea would be revealed in court documents expected to be filed in may Steve Gregory KFI news. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office is launching a mental health division to help inmates. DA Jackie Lacey, says many of those in jail or prison are being held because of untreated mental illness released from jail mini ended up homeless. At our rearrested for fences committed as a result of their illness. The effort to get treatment for mentally ill prisoners is the first of its kind in California and possibly in the US Lacey also says the diversion into hospital and community settings would apply only to nonviolent inmates. More than eight thousand volunteers have helped count the number of homeless around LA county, the three day search wrapped up Friday, the homeless with authorities Sabrina DeSantis says teams looked into cars and under bridges helps us capture a picture of what homeless looks like in the county where it's when we have concentrations, what the population looks like that all helps us provide better services. She says it will take several weeks to get the final tally last year's count showed more than fifty two thousand homeless people. The owner of a legendary Fairfax district delicatessen has died. Alan Kanter passed away at the age of eighty two the restaurant posted the news about Cantor's death Friday on its Facebook page the twenty four hour deli on north Fairfax avenue. Has long been a popular eatery with the Hollywood crowd. The first Canter's deli opened in nineteen thirty one in Boyle heights, it moved to its current location in the nineteen fifties. A memorial is scheduled for canter on Monday at Mount Sinai memorial park in L A and in tennis Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nidal in straight-sets for a record seventh. Australian Open title, Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey says all senior management at hacienda healthcare should be replaced. That's the facility where an incapacitated patient gave birth last month, I'm sick. And by what has happened.

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"ocu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tomasz Angeles, Orange County and iheartradio station. Upon further review. I'm Bill Seward live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. The man who gave weapons to a killer. Couple in San Bernardino, wants to change his plea Enrica Marquez junior admitted to providing support to terrorists and making false statements to purchase guns. Prosecutors say in twenty fifteen Marquez enabled saieed for rook and his wife touchscreen Malik to shoot and kill fourteen co workers at an employee Christmas party. The pair had pledged loyalty to ISIS. Both were killed by cops Marquez with his attorney John ocu- Lena told a federal judge yesterday in riverside that he wants to void his guilty. Plea Kalina said the reason for changing plea would be revealed in court documents expected to be filed in may Steve Gregory KFI news. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office is launching a mental health division to help inmates. DA Jackie Lacey, says many of those in jail or prison are being held because of untreated mental illness. When they're released from jail many end up homeless and our rearrested for offenses committed as a result of their illness. The effort to get treatment for mentally ill prisoners is the first of its kind in California and possibly in the US Alesi also says the diversion into hospital and community settings would apply only to nonviolent inmates. More than eight thousand volunteers have helped count the number of homeless around LA county, the three day search wrapped up Friday, the homeless authorities Sabrina Santiago says teams looked in cars and under bridges to help us capture a picture of what homeless looks like in the county where it's when we have concentrations, what the population looks like that all helps us provide better services. She says it will take several weeks to get the final tally last year's count showed more than fifty two thousand homeless people. The owner of a legendary Fairfax district delicatessen has died. Alan Kanter passed away at the age of eighty eighty-two. The restaurant posted the news about Cantor's death. Friday on its Facebook page the twenty four hour deli on north. Fairfax avenue has long been a popular eatery with the Hollywood crowd. The first Canter's deli opened in nineteen thirty one in Boyle heights, it moved to its current location in the nineteen fifties memorial is scheduled for canter on Monday at Mount Sinai memorial park in L, A, Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey says all senior management at hacienda healthcare should be replaced. That's the facility where an incapacitated patient gave birth last month, I'm sick. And by what has.

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"ocu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The man who gave weapons to a killer. Couple in San Bernardino, wants to change his plea in regain Mark his junior admitted to providing support to terrorists and making false statements to purchase guns. Prosecutors say in two thousand fifteen Marquez enabled saieed for rook and his wife touchscreen Malik to shoot and kill fourteen coworkers at an employee Christmas party the pair had pledged loyalty to ISIS. Both were killed by cops Marquez with his attorney John ocu- Lena told a federal judge yesterday in riverside that he wants to void his guilty. Plea ACA said the reason for changing the plea would be revealed in court documents expected to be filed in may, Steve Gregory, if I knew the owner of a legendary Fairfax district delicatessen has died Allen Kanter passed away at the age of eighty-two restaurant posted the news about Cantor's death Friday on its Facebook page, the twenty four hour deli on north Fairfax avenue has long been a popular eatery with the Hollywood crowd. The first Canter's deli opened in one thousand nine thirty one in Boyle heights, it moved to its current location in the nineteen fifties. Of a moral is scheduled for Kanter Monday at Mount Sinai memorial park in L A more than eight thousand volunteers have helped count the homeless around LA county the three day search wrapped up yesterday, the homeless thirty Sabrina desanta Iago says teams looked in cars and under bridges. It helps us capture a picture of what homeless looks like in the county where it's when we have concentrations what the population looks like that all helps us provide better services. She says it'll take several weeks to get the final tally last year's count short showed more than fifty two thousand homeless people. The metro blue line is getting a makeover. The major renovation project means part of the metro blue line will be closed.

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"ocu" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Nearly a year before supporting a desperately weak Dumbledore in the final moments with Alvis Dumbledore is life, and then a sound like a scream shatters, Harry eeking recollections on a dozen hooded death eater. Swarm into the street Juan's at the ready, and Harry and cocaine even try to stunned their foes any action might give away their hiding spot and the death eater seemed to be thinking much the same thing. Ocu- cloak one of them says but Harry's invisibility cloak deathly. Hallo doesn't so much twitch as affiliates said the cloak of hallows lower is quote, a true invisibility cloak, which quote indoors attorney giving constant and impenetrable concealment. No matter what spells are cast. It. Here as it has so often before a Harry's cloak one of Harry's bridges to his father shields him from harm our friends managed to shrink into a sidestreet evading, the clutch of death eaters by inches and her mind, he says, these should just leave and Ron agrees, but Harry realizes the volt Amores minions have prepared for this moment, and thus have likely abled some method to prevent their escape to keep them trapped. And then he hears truly horrifying query. What about dementias one of the death? Eater says they're debating among themselves one saying the dark Lord wants Harry dead by no hands, but his own the other saying the dementia will merely kiss Harry not kill 'em, quote, dark Lord wants Potter's life, not his soul, and there's something so fittingly tragic about realizing and seeing that voldemort followers understand just as little about the precious nature of one soul about the force of life in light that actually represents as he does. And is this exchange? Plays out dread. Overcomes, Harry, if the dementia com, he will need to produce patrolling to shield them. And if he produces a patrol us, they won't be able to hide her mind he whispers at the have to at least try to separate try to get away. But as soon as she says it the cold and hopelessness that is the creatures trademark steals over them. They try to separate and a staunches their commitment is urging as their need to enter the castle now that they know volt mortis approaching the can't do any of that. If they're reduced to Sola shelves. They try to turn, but just as Harry gas. The death eaters affectively cast spells to keep them from doing. So the air is thick and impenetrable they can't leave their retreat further down a sidestreet trying to stay silent. But the dimensions are inching ever closer in Harry, sure that they can sense our friends fear, and despair, and they're still warm bodies..

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"ocu" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

"And it was like well not. Yes, you can do is like you're born with a silver spoon. Rich family that gave you everything. And you know, like a lot of stuff that you hear. No, I was born in one can do this with a rusty stuff. He's definitely better off to lose. I mean, like on a personal financially absolute, so, but but for this what if I want us what if somebody who never did this at all ever one hope ocu-, right? It would be a you talk about a story. You know that I mean who gets? I was a military guy. You know, we opperations policy would never made it we had to execute something. What if I could use that experience to help make better policy or to remove barriers to do things that I thought were stupid, right? When I was, you know, operationalize into stuff, and I think it's just like day. I'm so excited who gets to do this. I mean, and and I tell people like, well, you know, you know, maybe I could one day just frapp and do it. Don't talk about it. Get your ass up and go do if you think you can help this country, and you can do things for liberty. And you had the right way to do it. Why don't you get up become involved and say I've had enough or I want to serve it's that simple. Joe? I think he's talking to you. Come. I saw I do have a request though. What's that? When one when you win. Yes. Okay. On the six one year from November six in that timeframe doesn't have to be exactly you're I'd like to ask you to come back onto the show done as hard. It's taped so accountable and your son in law works for this guy. Thanks. Sorry. But I wanna I wanna I wanna go over. You know, how it's went how it's went. And because I think you'll be honest with me, and I'm very curious like on the inside it will be in. And I think I got a feeling some things I tell you guys I learned them. You will be either. I think you'll be shocked and because I'm going to be what are they gonna do? Fire me people who vote me in. So I can be completely honest. Would if again, here's a what if what if I'm the first person to be completely honest about what goes on Hank doors? What if can't wait what if you're that guy? And if you know, what if you write a book about what if you said, okay. Here's the things. I saw here's what I would wanna fix. Here's word sucks. Here's where it's good. Oh, dear Lord. We have got to change or could be guys at such a morass. It's such a quicksand of hell, I just don't know what I can do right in it. And I would answer it that way. All right one year from now anything that we didn't touch on that you or dying get to discuss. Well, now, I've been trained by console. Bolton tes dove member six MOViN get out vote. If you're in the fifth district, please come out and vote for me. So someone could think you're the best guy for the job ever. But if they don't take their lazy ass down to the polling station. It doesn't matter does every vote counts in two thousand and eight of the Republican losses district by about seven hundred sixty votes two thousand ten the Republican took it back only by three percent. So and that was low low low turnout, so if people don't get out and vote I could lose. So the the Nike lose to associate the cliche every vote matters people really don't realize how true that is right now in this environment every vote matters..

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"ocu" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on KTOK

"Six point one HD two Oklahoma City. Emotional exchangers on Capitol Hill Calvin right in the K T O K A new center and angry and emotional. Brett Cavanaugh says he never committed sexual assault. And a US Senate hearing today, the supreme court nominee said his family, a good name have been destroyed by number of unfounded allegations over the past few weeks, and he responded to some questions by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy, high of Vermont Senator let me let me take a step back and explain. High school. Was number one in the class. No, no, no, no, no. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna answer. I'm gonna talk about my high school record. If you're going to sit here and mock me, we we we were I think we were all very fair to Dr Ford shouldn't we be just as fair to judge. Cavenaugh choked up several times while denying sexual assault allegations, a search is on for a missing man from Durant. The family of thirty nine year old Jared Brown haven't heard from him since June fourteenth out, according to Brian county sheriff Johnny Christian he's going to frequent casinos ram locality and thacker villa area. And so we have exhausted Oliver leads here in Bryan county. We says he always assisting in the investigation anyone who might have information on Jared Brown asked to contact. Bryan county sheriff's office Stillwater. Authorities investigating a fatality auto pedestrian accident that happened last night near eighth and Perkins. Victims name hasn't been released. But a Bethany woman was killed Wednesday. A crash on I thirty five minutes. Springer in Carter county IVA patrol says old. Angela garner was a passenger in a car that hydroplaned hit the cable barrier. Then went back on the interstate and was struck by semi truck. Forty-five-year-old Christopher Leland of northern is hospitalized. Uber will pay a hundred and forty eight million dollars to settle allegations that failed to report a two thousand sixteen data breach within a reasonable amount of time state attorney general Mike hunter says Oklahoma share the said at one point one million dollars. He says Lubar drivers affected will receive some of the money. We are distributing one hundred dollars to the four thousand six hundred and fifty five Uber drivers who were affected by the data breach. And then the the balance of the settlement will help our consumer protection activities here in the state on behalf of Oklahoma's. He says Uber violated the trust of its employees, and then tried to conceal it. A woman arrested for burglarizing an Oklahoma City university fraternity house news four reporting twenty five year old Melissa lens accused of entering a man's bedroom and stealing cash car keys and defecating in the bedroom. According to OCU police chief, Jennifer Rogers, she proceeded to go into his wallet. Which was nearby took over three hundred dollars in cash and his car keys, and he walked in on her as she was doing these things police also fan Lynch identification card, according to court documents lens admitted she entered the home Sunday because she needed to use the restroom the Oklahoma newspaper has been sold. They're already been layoffs there. The paper sold to gatehouse media one of the largest publishing companies in the United States that sale expected to close on Monday. From the divvy Ford Lincoln weather.

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"ocu" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ocu" Discussed on KTOK

"School official says she's concerned about how easily it seems to be for teenagers to get all the supplies. They need for vaping shawnee middle school. Assistant. Principal Ken Paxton says he looked twenty cigarettes can be easily obtained off the internet. You can buy any of the the things each you says that you'll all of this online by click the button thing that you are over eighteen students, and even if they do not have a credit card, you can buy an Amazon card. You can buy eighth a gift card at any Walgreens, WalMart, she told state lawmakers during today's interim study on the effects of aping that she thinks e cigarette manufacturers are targeting adolescence like big echo companies have done for decades. She says the family of a Durant, man. I haven't seen him since the middle of June and never search is on for thirty nine year old Jared Brown, we have called in is just there assisting us as well in this case and trying to leave leave no rock and turn as Bryan county sheriff Johnny Christian. He says Brown. Known your frequent casinos in the Fakher area beef recall involving E coli bacteria. Here's Jacqueline Scott. You might wanna check your freezer if you bought ground Chuck from all the the USDA says it might be subject to recall because of e coli contamination. The recall affects grand Chuck produced by Cargill meat solutions and produced and packaged on June twenty-first with ES Eighty-six are printed inside the USDA inspection. A woman facing several charges for allegedly burglarizing defecating inside and Oklahoma City university fraternity house twenty five year old Melissa Lynn's was arrested on Sunday after a run in with campus. Police made contact with the early in the evening, and she was told to leave the campus property because this is private property. And apparently, she did not take that warning OCU police chief, Jennifer Rogers tells news for lens is accused of entering a man's room. Stealing three hundred dollars in cash a set of car keys and also defecating in the middle of the bedr-. The Oklahoma newspaper has been sold their layoffs there. The paper sold to gatehouse.

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