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Philadelphia - Deadline To Request Mail-In Ballot For Pennsylvania Primary Is Today
"Earlier we heard mayor Kenney announced that this is the deadline to request the mail in ballot for the June second primary in Pennsylvania the do that online and drop off your ballot at a red white and blue box near the Octavius Caddo statue the long city hall we haven't mailed the ballot itself yet if you're in the suburbs it's probably already too late that's according to Montgomery County officials as we hear from our suburban bureau chief K. Y. W. C. Jim Miller Montgomery County elections board chairman Ken Laurence says the US postal service is taking about eight to ten days for delivery what we've been seeing from the mail delivery shows that if you even if you put it in the mail today there's a high likelihood that it won't get back in time he's recommending people use one of Montgomery County secure five drop off boxes there's a challenge to getting these boxes during the pandemic there's also a staffing challenge with that as well because I mean we're not just we weren't just putting them somewhere at and going so we need to make sure that we have the proper staffing for it the locations of the boxes Ron Monica PA dot org either in green lane Pottstown willow Grove Lansdale in Norristown you can only drop off your ballot cannot bring others from your family or your household Lawrence acknowledges that's frustrating but says it's a state law anyone who requested a mail in ballot can not but like they normally would in person but if you didn't get your ballot in time or if you didn't send it back you can go to your polling place and cast a provisional
"octavius" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"Like smoothly transitioned into getting him to worship Satan all this could be yours to have you just accept the prince of darkness in your life exactly Hail Satan he'll say Dr Strangest pops out of a Bush somewhere and it's like no don't listen to her I'm the only magician in here quiet you well she's not a magician she's telepathic clairvoyant beater so I shouldn't have done those edibles before leaving the bugle he figured he's not going to be spiderman anymore so he could finally get real fucked up because you probably feel terrible if we're spending getting blasted on something and then you could have gone and had to save the World Romano the Lizard or something he goes from zero to like twenty one in your old teenage girl wasted and that's it does a bottle of smear it was Saturday night he you had nothing better to do than just take some edibles lay back listen to some aerosmith drops some acid and just goes like water they just hear in the background authority no no Madam web is a straight up savage in this scene though she real deep she's not fucking cutting any corners she's like well you're an idiot and you should listen to what is that yeah she's like Oh boohoo I ruined everything that I touch well it's true he's strange with own you've had so many of those goose take your uncle fully shoddy manage chain so spider-man's acid tripping kanner with sources just keeps getting weirder and despite his protests she tells him to man the fuck up 'cause he's GonNa be needed for a mission and then blatantly steers them towards going to see that young van whose parents wrote to the Bugle there's not really much that goes on here other than just her toying with Peter and talking him being like I don't WanNa and she's like but you should no no one and he's still being like I don't believe what's going on even though I've been teleported here and I'm in my spider suit and you made the floor go upside down I don't buy it and she keeps you keeps fucking no I'm not a believer no thanks I'm not what you'd call a believer first of all you met a magic man yeah last week second of all this is clearly magic again I expected her to fuck can snap on his head and just pull a Gandel River it's true you're right I forgot he met doctor strange like last week and he ate that Shit up he didn't fight question Luke Questions Okay I recommend Mon- that's awesome and then now it's like I have a moto bear along telling you this stuff you listen he's like Tarot cards they do pod this scene out for I don't really know why it feels like she's they're saying the same thing different ways for like two minutes that's a pretty should pretty boring scene even though like she's doing cool stuff yeah visually it's awesome but you're like I guess it's like he's only in her parlor for a minute I feel I can take but the whole conversation before that is effectively the same conversation that's happened thing in her parlor she's toying with him and he's all new he's not yes anding and he should be yes anding well that's fair well he he does get the the directive must have the faith of a child you think that means he's going to have to put this shit together himself like she gives them clues if it's going to be something that has to figure out and then immediately just magic's the letter back into his hand I don't Actually Trust vigor that riddle here's the fuck and make sure he figures it out yes sometimes you just gotta go and help people along the way all the stuff isn't even the comics like she's not in any of the comics episodes based on so I mean she was in the last episode where doctor strange is like in your watched by someone who's posed off my own guess he's got to move this season plotted alone yeah she basically features heavily I think for them next to so they figured why not it does speak to again this brings back to why spider man is often a fan favorite superheroes because he does just so show so much self doubt and so much like self-deprecation he's pissed at himself he's disappointed himself you know and you don't see that that often I mean he wallows real hard it's getting a bit regressed getting a bit aggressive but you know justice humanity he's got strength of will the fact that he can easily turn to crime but he doesn't because he knows he needs to do the right thing also like every man now everyone can relate to him because he had a he wasn't like Flash Thompson super cool and popular and everything he was is just like a timid smart kid who kind of would you like going along with ways doing things he likes and we're going to see that in great detail very very soon spiderman visits his fourth biggest fan after US yeah obviously fucking actress Jesus so Spiderman visits his fourth biggest fan Gina for meet-and-greet they crack wise for a bit and then she shows him her scrapbook. Okay but I'm clearly the number one fan of the three of us or do you think we're like tied for I my name is Peter I'm currently wearing Spiderman Pyjamas in Batman Chair you've can backstabber Spiderman Chirp Chirp Adriaan stretch goals will fight to the death over it it just like a slap fight you know what this girl's someone after my own heart because she is just talking to herself while she cuts out the photos of spider man and I respect that in spider man this is your best picture ever is that what you did with the Nano Jonathan Taylor Thomas one eighty two photos Zack and it's just all shots of these oh no not today yeah a pretty different in the ninety s swinging away yes excellent and then he goes and says thank you Marie Italian Alesando booking say that three times fast I couldn't even say at once we had to cut it in the Maria Tigana like take out the paper Co. forgot her lasted name butchers the accent is on Alexandro Xango here to also touted he know which room was hers but here's the thing here's a better question zero yep this guy in his what I'm GonNa say early twenties shows college shows up in a girl's bat a little girl's bedroom randomly and cool is it cool 'cause you're not cost you I don't think so it's sort of weird how he he gives her full name and then she says something for me like it's GonNa be a huge thing and it's Maria only my mom caused me Maria everybody else causing what's the point of that little exchange at all I guess because it's like more familiar you have a like eating screen time who cares it's all right Ed fucking pay me twenty bucks I'll call you whatever you want whatever would release see puberty hit this girl twenty twenty bucks is twenty bucks where do you want the Spiderman Earth Day special make you a little swing dead at ETA mazing spider mad also tiny goes for full to armed hug around the neck Leiderman and he guides her up to the neck and only uses one hand on her back consummate professional page of the handbook no touchy touchy only appropriate can me down I should say the tie is played here by Stephanie Eustis think I said it's pretty hard to tell and unsurprisingly based on her vocal performance in this one this is one of two credits ever had this episode and the next one Oh shuts it right down yes she never worked Oh you know why so I I'm just looking can you tell me she's dead I'm going to be like fuck you dick so apparently there was a contest in one thousand nine February of Nineteen Ninety six where where would appear Spiderman the episode and it hasn't been confirmed but it said that this was that was her that makes sense that's cool contest I wish I would've won their speculation that that's why she was only in two things ever that's interesting I got it yet so she goes and says that how can this ad from when you were on TV how do you cut on TV AD in TV guide maybe remember those kids and then there's that awesome superman reference where did he powers Taming says your parents send you here in a little spaceship I think tim has me confused with someone else and not only does she say that little bit about which is obviously an illusion superman she says to me was the one who told her and in the Comex Tim is the name of the boy who is sick that this whole story line is based off that is correct Kevin if you refer back to Peter's come there's like Oh your your mommy and daddy weren't expecting you either Starkville I was actually an accident an accident yeah just like you tell you sorry I had a long conversation with your mom before I came up here living don't tell your parents I let slip heck that's why you're like ten years older than you and your mom and Dad Vo the blue is yours or brown yeah you know data traveled for Work Oh I get it do you like milk by chance that's the Milkman. what the fuck that is such a what you think you think the re requisite for being a Milkman which is the thing doesn't exist anymore is that you really liked the taste of milk like you think that's a genetic condition that's Ashdown reference that her dad's the Milkman that's still a classic reference needs a non sequitur it gives Taita his backstory from his nerdy failures with women to the nugenix demonstration. es you the power of the spider bit Him Oh my God nerdy Peter Parker even Nerdier than he is now yeah he's got com classes and has little white shirt gay nerd parker is like my favorite parker his glasses are so cute as little hair he's all nervous talking to Liz and like since one was Liz popular man Liz peaked in highschool you can tell that she's just working to this cafe de because she's got burnt down on too much ecstasy too much Flash Thompson hey packer wet Parker Peter does his classic is that his own he moved to invite girls to science demonstrations I guess almost worked on Felicia hi Liz I was wondering if you'd like to go downtown to a science nation with me but Liz in high school is not interested yes she's too busy with her dayglo velvet paintings and sideways ponytails glittering jackets when she leaves with Flash Thompson please hold the applause she isn't even like steak who pack so this is my Dr it's like wow parkers like kinda handsome like how is he allowing himself to be friends with people who bullied the shit out of him in high school like he's friends with socially awkward he doesn't even understand that he's not friends with them no or is it just like now he's got a d e because he's got superpowers it's quiet confidence that now people are like whoa what happened Parker over the summer what a babe like is that it won't maybe it's because he stopped caring books around in his back pocket because he just pushed into this Bertel by flash that stands up and he happened pulls his book out of nowhere to shake it dry boom catch real deep just drop fifty pounds gained forty pounds pick up oversized guitar be the next day so they transitions over to the es you science demonstration and we get another shot of Dr Stillwell which is Kinda cool he's the one running this whole show but he's he is such a huge creep and such a thing is is such addictive Peter here but he's like he just like insults this guy who passed out what's the matter Parker demonstration upset you and while you were blasting radiation around the room like I'm sure that's completely unrelated what a pussy get up and then he's like leaning around like laughing with all the girls else from eighteen yet you WANNA see my not Nobel prize money yeah I mean it goes back to see the size of mind Alma could use still wells back he's not crazy 'cause it's a flashback but he's definitely distill well like viral mentioned so manny episodes ago a good joke I'm still proud of that there are few and far between all admit it but then like Peter's like wow Mr Stillwell can you actually harness radioactivity for genetic experiments with this device is there was just like of coal you bet me We don't know about until now well no years I fucking as the trip why nobody goes I never thought about it says I should have I we should have but I didn't know what to do you didn't know what to do yeah that's the point that's why you go to the hospital if I'm not sure what's wrong but no hospital the fucking stillwell the quote unquote only responsible adults at this thing we're just fucking laughed at him as he ran out I get older they stay the same age of course Natalie's so going back going back a couple of seconds while we're still in the flashback Peter Goes and gets bit by the spider and fucking beef sit down to the ground is like oh a bit me boob right down so strange.
"octavius" Discussed on Latest In Tech News
"Features of windows, eleven or windows, light or whatever comes next for Microsoft. He may just be talking to next pollution of windows ten but for years as long as the company has gone without releasing a new Wes, since windows, XP, perhaps, Microsoft, could be setting the stage for a major announcement in the coming months. What do you guys think? Let me know your thoughts down in the comment section. By the way, if you're interested in reading this article, or any other article cover today had on over to tech news, gadget dot net for slash one two seven I believe. We don't check. I don't know. I want to just go to technical gadget dot net. Whatever the show. No is for today. I don't know. I can't I can't pop it up, otherwise you'd be like Rusi looking at numbers on screen and stuff. I sorry I don't have. I only have two screens going on. It's the loan day in my eyes across in case he did. No, I'm kidding do not. But if they were well, that'd be a great excuse of Octavius could somehow make that happen. He's my off stage producer who kind of helps me out on stuff from time to time. But usually, if I put down the shovel down a shovel okay shovel has been put down. Moving onto some more tech news. What Microsoft celebrates ten years of being NS was so news worthy? It completely missed my radar. This was yet from yesterday posted on may twenty eighth. Microsoft is celebrating the tenth anniversary of launching being as its internet search engine, but being wasn't Microsoft's. I try it this market, previously marketed MSN, search windows, live search, and wives searched before recalibrating rebranding in recasting, as being as a decision engine in hopes of differentiating it from Google search and so glad they finally picked a good name in a good option for a search engine..
"octavius" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"He needs for his campaign. There's no good choice. Ending can make a table knows this out of loyalty to clear Patrick Anthony denies his wife Octavius kind of false help. She already set out on the trip by the time. She got the news. And now she she finds out. She's not wanted returns to Rome, a powerful woman scorn. That's not good. Anthony has now rejected Octavia and essentially rejected caveat with her and thirty six without tibia or Octavian help Anthony and his men take the kingdom of Armenia a land that party had taken decades earlier, a substantial victory against the the party, and he declares the kingdom Roman province. He celebrates in true lavish Roman over the top style. He has the previously ROY. Ruined family bound in chains of gold in the open court of the Royal complex he discovers a silver platform, which to massive golden throne, sit Mark Anthony occupies one addressing her is the new ISIS new goddess he invites Cleopatra to join him on the other. She appears in the full regalia of the goddess ISIS, you know, this pleaded lustrous Lee, striped outfit. It's fringed edge reaching her ankles by one account anti dressed as died ISIS and a gold embroidered gown and high Greek boots by his command Cleopatra was henceforth to be known as the Queen of kings on coins. Minted for the occasion, she becomes the first foreigner to appear on a Roman coin. This has to be a huge insult to Octavia. She has to find out about this her brother has to find out about this after the victory. Anthony does not return to Rome. He stays with Cleopatra which sends Octavian strong message of go fuck yourself. We don't need you for eastern expansion plans. We'll do this without you things are going super well for Cleopatra now. So she's out she's able to supplier husband with all he needs for war. The drought's been long over or over long enough for kingdom to to again, a mass tremendous wealth. She supplies two hundred aunties five hundred warships fully manned along with twenty thousand talents. All.
"octavius" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Characters in the cut scenes. The main characters Octavian dance. Never looked great very expensive. Some of the close ups Octavius pushing real look. Look, I'm as ING I think Detroit, maybe looks better in the faces. Like, I think Detroit's faces are like phenomenon and I feel like it has a kind of a look to it in the way that Spiderman also does, but I'm not seeing Spiderman has to stay, but we have to give a shout out to those characters. Incredible. We leave it on there for I think once we get rid of. Trying to get rid of it to say like these other games are all looking better thing that sit out. I think in twos not going to be in this top three. Those areas though. It's more in the level of detail. Like, then they're so unique even just going around this racetrack level that could have been the super simple thing. Oh, here's the crowds. Here's the thing. They've got this whole museum in this whole military thing. Like all the things on the wall. You read in these standups these drivers they make like they they cram so much all chievements of that those especially the last game. I think honestly, the whole hitman series is set design like that they have always excelled at and especially in the last two as they have sort of gone into more of a map focus for those games. They are incredible it creating these very detailed very like honestly like living feeling world. I think this game is like most other aspects of this game. It's more uneven the first one like the drug cartel map is pretty drab. Yeah. Parts of Mumbai or a pre forgettable the ones that hit the credit diverg racetrack racetrack map, the the suburbs map. And the last map are all fantastic maps overall crispness to this game that I really do like at the same. Time. I think the animation can get stiff and mechanical gave it just kind of mechanical kind of list. About it. Not into the robotic quality enhances the ridiculousness. Yes. But it doesn't not in this Pacific. I agree. Okay. Like the way that briefcase flies having having gone by cutting it, but having gone back and played some of those old maps in the new engine like I think some of the levels look better in the first game. I think your parents Krueger is beautiful yet. That's a good, man. She. Oh god. Yeah. Strategist be him. I battlefield five. Like if this was best graphics technical. Maybe. But I don't know. What do you think? I think there's really some some tremendous looking just it's the same stuff that I think we talk about with any frostbite engine game is or any from dice. Anyways. Just like this mud looks really muddy like this really good like just floating like puddles of water in this mud, and like that stuff really great in the light off it and all this other stuff the explosions, the great, I think it's a really awesome looking game. I'm like, I zero passionate about that's kinda why why mentioned, but I do think on a technical level. It is really tremendous. I don't think it's gonna make top three. But like in a world where we didn't cut Spiderman yet put battlefield in that same camp. So I say we cut both. Going to be top three. Sure. Like if we're being realistic stuff. I'm away. I'm maybe I'm a little often what's going to be in the top three here. So I well, do you think battlefield five three? I don't think I still would hang onto maybe Spiderman in the top three. But I might have a different idea of what's in the top three. I the reason I brought a battlefield is like World War Two has been done to death. And I don't know that nice looking World War Two. Sure. It's the best. It's ever. I'm sure. Two. Yeah. I think we're okay to cut it. I honestly if we're being real about this category. I think we're talking about red dead. I would probably say forces on the list, and I don't know what are third is. Scroll backups just so it's mentioned we don't put it on. But they did a hell of a job with Spyro remastered. Okay. Oh side by side. That was not a half ass remastered. They did a great job with..
"octavius" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"This is a point where we talk about the issue. Get everyone hot and bothered. I'm your host, Cheri Gregg. And one thing that gets Philadelphia residents hot under the collar is bad accounting of this three. Sam Katz is making headlines after he won an EMMY for his documentary on one of America's unsung heroes. That man is Octavius weakcat. Oh, he was a black. Civil rights leader who was murdered on election day in south Philadelphia in eighteen seventy one with us studio to this the award winning work is businessman political hopeful filmmaker and founder of this remaking productions they have cats. Welcome to flashpoint. Thanks for having me. It's great to be. Yes. Oh, Sam you are a lot of things you do a lot of different things. We're going to focus real quick on this documentary of oak, tavis cat. Tell your most recent one of your recent work Octavius Valentine caddo Dory is lost. And was rediscovered really to his credit by a group led by Jim Kenney gym straw who wanted to create four. Philadelphia. What turned out to be the first monument dedicated to the contributions in memory of an African American the timing of that, of course after Charlottesville in September of two thousand seventeen was quite unique. Yeah, we had been exploring Philadelphia's history and in the eighteen sixties Octavius caddo, then a fantastic baseball player teacher at the institute for colored youth a proponent of access to streetcars for African Americans and a promoter of the right to vote young civil rights leader emerged on the scene in Philadelphia as a most impactful character, but one largely lost in history. Yeah. So we helped excavate that story as did the committee working on the monument, and we decided to produce a fourteen minute video on a life and contributions of caddo time to be released at the time of the unveiling of the monument. So he's an interesting human being whose life was cut short very early. And who? Had. He lived the length of say, Frederick Douglass might well have emerged someone on the same level as Frederick Douglass. There were Octavius cattle is in virtually every city in the north, but caddo in Philadelphia was an enormously important person. Yeah. And I had a chance to watch the film very well done, and it talked about how when he he died. He was murdered on election day. He was murdered on on an election day in Philadelphia in which African American men voting Emeril election. I believe for the first time host ABRAHAM LINCOLN, and the founding of a Republican party that had just emancipated slaves. Yeah. Democrats in Philadelphia, very heavily ethnic, very often Irish Catholic wanted to tamp down the turnout in in the fourth ward. Which is more immensely, which is set just south of south street. Yeah. And caddo and seven six others were murdered on election day. He was not the only one dozens of. People were beaten up homes were ransacked. The message was to suppress the vote. Yeah. It's a different type of suppression than we that. We see today today, we institutional suppression denial of rights to vote because you don't have the right idea in North Dakota native Americans are having to show addresses and they live on reservations with no home addresses in Georgia. We're seeing the secretary of state candidate for governor disqualifying fifty three thousand registrants this is a part of American history. The talk about your filmmaking because you do a lot of stories about Philadelphia to a large extent when I decided to start a career in filmmaking. I never actually thought it would be a career but ten years ago. I knew that Philadelphians were prideful about their history. I also knew they didn't know anything about. Yeah. They basically hugged seventeen seventy six. So we became a city that when we have guests. We take them to Independence Hall to see the liberty bell, the president's house the exhibition on slavery. But we don't go beyond the founding period of the Republic and Philadelphia's obviously quintessential role in that. But it's a nineteenth century city. I mean, if you look at the neighborhoods, they were basically created through the allocation of streetcar lines, why do we have these neighborhoods because the city granted accompany a right? The right to develop a streetcar and that made the neighborhoods accessible to where the jobs were. So we also have a fire station. Yeah. Community that was for a long time, even after Philadelphia consolidated one police force in eighteen fifty four is another seventeen years before the fire houses came under municipal control. I don't think most Philadelphians had any understanding of that. I certainly didn't. And the city that we are today. The the Park City hall all done in the nineteenth century, and hopefully in the conclusion of our major series, the great experiment, Philadelphia. The great experiment, which we are finishing the final two episodes. Now, we will be able to launch a conversation that will help inform the city's future by making people more cognizant of its past which are next big project. Well, we just finished a film called sisters in freedom, and it was premiered in September. But it'll be broadcast on women's history month in in March. It's the story of a generation of women excluded from the American anti-slavery society because they were women who led by Sarah, maps, Douglas and Lucretia Mott and Angelina grumpy congregated in Philadelphia to promote abolitionist so tell people where they can find. Find your documentaries are documentaries are available at no cost to the public at history of Philly dot com. Sam katz. Thank you for the work that you do..
"octavius" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"So it was really the evolution from, you know, the server being run on individual EC two instance as part of a customer's application architecture to this push to containerization, which I think is driven JR and you know, in alignment with what our customers are doing. One of the sort of interesting things with for a soft move into in the cloud is the move to Marcus Octavius service. Let's thing really mucks around with your revenue right that the original model say on some of these I can just, I've got a bunch of people paying x. amount per hour, mend whatever it is. They have a long running his fun that you can actually sort of ban that up and that's great Wayne, you Piggly going stateless right now with. The various clap providers Billy to just spin up a container. You know, there's no EC two instance or whatever. It's just being spun up in may drop down a game that sort of starts to get into like, had away, make sure my revenue. What am I getting out of this them up moves you too much more of a pay for what you use. Sort of model is close to the way the sort of virtual machines approach. And now now where everything is really, really, really going civilize. That's a real problem in softly sailing. So can you tell Sherman works and sales? Yeah, yeah. So. Interesting. So the migration, how many people were working on a house, you divide up the work, and what was the technology stack that you were migrating to? Can you give me more of a picture for the architecture and the planning process around that migration or Dench who is original creator of the Jasper reports library. He and his team actually took the initiative and started working on JR, and it was really their understanding their ownership of the Jasper reports library that made it easy for them to really do. So they worked with our engineering team and the front and engineering team that created the visualized j s s decay the Java script library and the three of them. Those three, those groups working together really were responsible for creating JR. And initially, to be honest, the scope of it was a bit more construe. Rained, and as we got more into the project, we suddenly realized that we could start to incorporate more functionality into it than we Ridgely plan for, which is why we then extended the API is out to the visualize. Jess, you know, the Duffy script library and we found that actually we created something that was far more more capable than we originally anticipated. So the technology stack remains Java, right? The friendly libraries Java script, although we will be migrating to type script and the actual library self is Java, and that is served up via jetty, right? So the the idea was to take something originally that was language dependent, which was the Jasper reports library and then turn it into something that was really language, independent environment, independent. So Nike run this as containerize service anywhere and integrated into any environment. So one of the interesting things that we..
"octavius" Discussed on KPCC
"Joining us we begin today with a. Story about a timely theater production exactly a month ago today. The car fire northern California broke up and became. The six most destructive wildfire in state history fire officials say hotter and drier weather conditions along with regular, droughts don't help but. This might be. The new normal as climate change gets worse the car fire is now almost fully contained but for the people of Scott valley indeed for, all Californians terrible wildfires are sadly becoming a regular and tragic part of our lives now. The car fires the subject of a new play commissioned by the l. a. based circle x theatre Company, frame contributor Marcos nah has our story Octavius Elise is a man of many hats Bag amigo That's invoicing a character in Disney's cocoa just a slightly because I, love that, I think and that's him working with a cast member during rehearsal for his new play hole in the sky at a horse ranch in the San, Fernando Valley here's. Sunland Well so leases mainly a playwright by trade and occasional actor he's picked up a new profession these days he's also, a farmer We decided to. Change, our lives and just become living a more rural environment. We just needed a change from San Francisco. From the big city Fabio and his wife Jeannie now live on the three acre ranch not far from wwl's current artistic Homebase, the Oregon, Shakespeare festival they moved there about four years ago that was also about the, time when he. Got a call from circle x theaters Kate Jobson who was fresh out of her. MFA directing program was just finishing graduate school UC San Diego and Back in two thousand ten when she helps stage one of his plays in the San Francisco Bay area. So at least encouraged her to go. For directing MFA she took his advice but her life took a turn in my last month as I was supposed to be finishing on. My thesis I was. Diagnosed with cancer and then I had to come to LA find all new doctors do all the surgeries radiation do all, in my, first month's in Los Angeles so that was my welcome to LA we can, get you for seniors That was really this. This shift for me and a big. Moment of change in my life And shops and says being sick major think more about wellness including the health of our planet so she told Sali's that she. Wanted to create a piece of. Feeder with him about water people, and fire and, the strife those factors create for Scott valley the area in rural northern California she calls home it's not far. From where the, car, fire still, burns and only, about an hour's, drive from so Lisa's. Ranch so lease interviewed ranchers tribal members environmentalists and politicians and Scott valley and throughout siskiyou, county he asked them how they. Were solving the, problems that arise as the earth's temperature climbs those conversations became his. New play so lease says the fictionalized story revolves around true fights over local groundwater and streams the Scott river is one of the rivers that people draw, have been drawing from for years for their water for. Irrigation and for their. Cattle every year that river has had less and less water in it It's become a kind of problem, because there's less no peck in the mountains every year Sometimes the reason it doesn't snow low levels in the waterways means tough times for local. Native American tribes who depend on, healthy salmon runs to keep their hatcheries fisheries afloat says so these on the flip side the farmers and ranchers. Needs to draw out the river water and groundwater reserves to irrigate crops in hydrate cattle. They're all kind of at odds with each other and somewhere in between is the truth and that's when conflicts come from legal battles, to townhall squabbles fights over water rights can pick neighbor against neighbor and somewhere in there we have to find ways to come to cure each other and not. Attack each other to capture the spirit of the rural region where the story is set so, Lisa and Jobson agreed to stage the. Production at a working horse ranch here in LA the courtship ranch was a fitting choice the creek fire, came dangerously close to destroying it last December that. Blaze prompted fire officials to issue warnings the dry conditions and higher than normal temperatures signaled More trouble ahead, the people who are seeing its effects the most immediately are the ones who are most resistant to kind of say it's climate change and why because they seen. This before again here's director Kate job sound and that's part of what this is how do, we overcome our personal traumas and be. Able to really come together to face these larger issues like changing climates trout's fires these things that are, happening to us that we feel.
"octavius" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Okay and you want to get that number one more time anybody wants tickets information on the eleventh annual awards yes they can they can contact me email me faster octavius miller yahoo dot com but if you need to talk to me i talk to you anytime you want about marketing promotions and all that that's what i do five oh three six zero seven six four eight five zero three six zero seven six four eight eight that's my direct number you know and call me call me let's let's network let's make it happen all right you've been listening to dr davis miller producer of the west coast hip hop awards producing this year's eleventh annual west coast pop awards in seattle back the information the contact information and again we wanna thank him for everything you've done for hip hop and arming out here pop atis this has been disco daddy why world hip hop in be we out pacelle wasn't win great show come back next week every saturday at one pm pacific time three pm central time four pm eastern standard time disco daddy's what world of hip hop show then it's a great word epic epic see next week right today's sales leaders face a difficult task selling the right products at the right time through the right channels a new three day program from harvard business school executive education addresses this problem directly join us on the boston campus in august for managing sales teams and distribution channels where you will discover strategies that can lead to the best sales performance learn more by clicking the banner or visiting h b s dot me slash sales that's h b s dot me slash sales.
"octavius" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Hello out there this go daddy here welcome to another edition of disco daddy's wide world of hip hop in on the we have a very very special guest today name is on tv miller no he's not a rap stop no he's got a rock star but he is a very very special person to all of us on the west coast here pop communities the producer of the yearly for the past and i think you'll correct me if i'm wrong pass eleven years let's see two thousand eight tax revenues of the west coast hip hop award out here very suspicious awards given to recognize the individuals artisan groups made west coast his hip hop history what it is and the part of the culture that has developed out here on the west coast is very unique and he set up an awards program to honor these individuals artisan groups and he's going to tell us a little bit about that and a passing up coming aboard show how he conceived the idea of doing this and a little bit about himself miss the octavius miller are you sir i'm doing great i'm doing great okay we wanna sign up to so first of all for even thanking you very beginning what you've been doing on the west coast to honor out own out here because if you people pay attention to the work that's being done by the west coast artist as far as from way.
"octavius" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Time for sports with rick worthington well the boise state football team ended their spring training with the annual spring game now during this particular format it was the number ones versus the number twos meaning the number one offense in number one defense against the number twos on both sides of the ball and so of course the number ones smoked him forty two two seven was the final but more importantly brett rippin was really impressive it will play fake look downfield throw the ball long scott evans out there makes the cats a thirty yard line gets inside the twenty inside the fifteen down to the fourteen yard line it'll be a gain of about fifty seven yards on the play and boise state will have it first and ten inside the red zone so just to give me an idea brett rippin was fifteen out of nineteen passing for two hundred sixty seven yards and three scores pretty good octavius evans was also really impressive with five receptions for one hundred twenty four yards and two touchdowns so who's going to step up and beat out wide out that big game guy this year looks like maybe octavius could be the guy after the game coach arsene said brett rippin really needed to come out and look good like this well he did have a good day and it was really good to see he's worked so hard to have a day like this to go out there and be accurate like he was to move the pocket like he did you know brett's and i think this at that position in particular there's so much you know just development that has to continue and as long as he will do that and that and.
"octavius" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Tell least ask yeah no certainly have that question in the back of your mind yeah it's a podcast and well there's also that who gives a fuck but but you mean like what i started the blog especially i got tons of mostly older black dudes writing in and being like this is bullshit you don't you shouldn't be doing this lie just because it's like what do you know about racism that's fair i i do you know what i mean like i get where they're coming from do think that there's room for a lot of voices yes i but i also was like yeah i guess i guess the question i think would be more helpful to for you to be asking yourself is not like allowed the step like somehow like contributing to the silencing of other voices yeah doing that my propping up voices that are you know less privileged than nine i guess i certainly don't get the numbers to be doing the former or much of don't worry about it that is crazy can we go back to the adoption questions yeah i skated over those how about this why don't we take a quick break and then we'll come back to the question not there will be no breaks no breaks everyone i wanted to tell you about a special episode of lavar burton reads that's coming out this week each episode features lavar reading a handpicked piece of short fiction and in the finale of season two lavar reads the story child finder by octavia butler a hugely influential scifi writer in fact a duvernois is currently adapting one of tibias novels for tv this episode is an incredibly personal in meaningful moment for lavar who has championed octavius work for a long time so be sure to listen to the season two finale of lavar burton reads on stitcher or wherever you get your favorite podcasts.
"octavius" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Monster from the black within almost executive very much so right but it's 1960 to'sell sort of little march that those old a monster films at one and then there's a movie house that's a 1940's movies households a movie movie right and so it's a little precious in that respect but yes and there's a discussion about whether or not she can actually he now have the nuptials with the working with the out a thing from the zoo whaler yeah does the thing him a thing is essentially entered told us back to a trap doors it opens up there don't worry by share spoiler alert sorry but its adversaries can't figure it out but there's there's there's it's a beautiful felt by the time we're done with it you you you know you glad you've seen it what do you mean a trap to our we're like okay like a kent dow beverley ken doused with also those together they they wouldn't be anatomically correct so in this movie the the creature you don't see something all the time there but that time comes like welcome all very nicely gun richer explanation sheds ice i feel like i should be having this congress aspect monitor i listen understand the trap door analogies oh wait in the movie though and she's mute inching explains it so she has to do it because octavius huts or placer best drug who wants to know well rail yes time is ten wanted the oscar you'll see you know it's is it will forever be that income the but 800 as interesting i thought it i think it's mistaken in terms of get out eddie jordan peel this is the first time a.
"octavius" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Idiot powerful or call sensor whoever so cold small you'll by the hardly name of noticed bill an them idiot and you know who will even notice that makes them no sense to me intruders simply right safe spent heart years rory building this system they've added so much hey but you're still going to get the my same wife fair filed and honest for pricing divorce a few 247 months ago protection and for only fifteen dollars a month and i with gave simply her safe a there are no long a ring term contracts from my mom the new that system my is mom smaller gave me faster that my dad stronger gave her than before anything he they've passed built before away visit simply and safe she doesn't want to give it back yeah i was his curious do i need to get an attorney you know nope nope nope nope you can get it attorney who is going to tell you you have no case roy or you can hear me tell you you have no case which one would you like well good answer and that's because it is considered a gift and you can't sue to gift gifts back as specially if you're talking about engagement rings which is why when i gave marjorie the engagement ring and she doesn't know what to this day is that a real diamond it's as her kony him and i don't care she can keep it all she wants cosby eighty dollars she thinks it's expensive but hey that's my answer to this stuff for sure octavius yes sir okay i have a ninety one when you're i took shots to get the work done on it uh big uh no hitler going to whatever so instead of doing the actual work on it i.
"octavius" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Holiday season look at last year long at four hundred thousand people that came through wars to celebrate black friday weekend people going through those doors this year was octavius crawford he said he planned go through i'll probably run our hour five five different stores cups and clothes probably get some more like china ex little food it on cyber monday shoppers are expected spent some six billion dollars conurbations dow coming for muslims inside the us after terrorist assault with a crowded mosque during prayers yesterday in egypt a boon azeem naeem as worse with the islamic society boston's monthly be terrible and pay bet acts uniform that terrorists these england splash plus worshippers on friday with gunfire and rocketpropelled grenades and block their escape route at least two hundred thirty five people were killed making it the deadliestever terrorist attack inside of egypt's egypt i should say it targeted a mosque frequented by sufis they are members of a mystic movement within islam president trump says he wants to take on welfare reform right after the tax overhaul bill is passed president trump has said that welfare reforms becoming a very very big subject and he said that people are taking advantage of the system the white house has directed its domestic policy council to start working on a major welfare reform proposal the council's deputy director says they've drafted an executive order that would outline administration principle diane swonk recommendations as correspondent jackie quinn on wall street not such session yesterday of black the dow is up 32 more to come home dot com gene pain relief is elusive pain relief is mysterious pain.
"octavius" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler
"Well she was just look list chazalet her name is to obey to bag a t h e b e orian fowler she has my last name crates let's on new israel whenever at her leg or less than that she had my last name i read the burst of government official is that a is that earle swiss urs that is arrows as earls will name was earl he's everywhere what did you say welcome back early face an engineer excuse me that they you okay yeah that's like were first heard at it's a research 'cause it was such a unique unique name ago bags artist research on the name i'm always been the greek mythology and all that souza cb as a name of a like a greek amazonian booths and it's also mood offer jupiter today in some african with african dialect it is means always so so many like so many different definitions to the name i was like i like today on if you can read name yourself what would you call yourself i like my middle name so obama middle name it'd be octavius octavius air tate i'd be my lay on strong strong name wrong habeas by a wave views out of the moslem name yeah gotta can't be a slim octave love note with tomase per later on him at his garbage remain but you know terry crews i gotta be built like him of after that octavian is you know what i mean you hill one time i was staying at a.
"octavius" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"At the cbs broadcast center in spring garden we have cloudy skies going to 58 overnight and from the kyw twenty four hour traffic center on the schuylkill expressway both directions east and west between gulf nelson city avenue we have room work in the right lane through the overnight hours traffic and transit on the twos is coming up in just a few minutes a federal government agencies funding the development of technology that would help digital devices weed out fake news to penn state professors have received three hundred thousand dollars from the national science foundation to pin down the characteristic indicators of fake news and develop formulas that will help purge the bogus reports one of the professors down one lee says fake news has been around for decades but it's been exacerbated on the internet and social media platforms is collaborator sham sundar has spent two years researching the psychology of online news consumption i'm jan johnson philadelphia next month direct its first statue honoring an african american cities social studies teachers thursday learned about the man being memorialize civil rights activists octavius keto kyw news mike denardo reports at a time when there is a national debate about taking monuments down philadelphia is putting one up honoring voting rights activist octavius cadeau at a daylong session at the constitution center seventy philadelphia teachers were learning about how cata was killed by a white mob on election day in eighteen 71 says school district curriculum specialist yossi muhammad the monuments become an educational peace when there is an educational programme built around it and that's what we're trying to do with this octavius cattle monument mayor ken.
"octavius" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To believe it hasn't happened to tone now for the don't be about to erect its first statue honoring an african american civil rights activist octavius plateau cable news mike denardo joins us and the like the man via been discussed by cities social studies teachers police tell us more yes steve at a time when there is a national debate about taking monuments down philadelphia is putting one up honoring voting rights activist octavius keto at a daylong session at the national constitutions cetera seventy philadelphia teachers are learning about how cattle was killed by a white mob on election day in eighteen 71 hero school district curriculum specialist yossi muhammad the monuments become an educational peace when there is an educational programme built around it and that's what we're trying to do with this octavius cattle monument this is kensington capela history teacher is neil jiminez i try to inc with in the larger story in the context of philadelphia history and specifically the african american experience of the teachers were given instructional materials including a copy of a cattle biography and a movie on his life by historymaking productions that's the documentary firm run by sam cats the catalyst that you steve is being dedicated september twenty six from the south city hall more to come mike denardo with this at the studio thank you buy any time steve now the kyw business report as we check in with jeff bellinger bloomberg business jeff a growing scandal but first the numbers yes market looking okay today steve dow jones industrials up forty four points twenty one thousand nine thirty six the nasdaq is up fifty five s p 500 is up 12 and the bloomberg kyw indexes up half a percent more on the index and the fully companies behind it at cbsphillycomblue business shares of campbell r campbell soup are trading lower campbell's quarterly results fell short of forecast the company issued a weaker than expected outlook analysts say an industrywide slumped maybe here to say wells fargo says it's bogus accounts scandal was much bigger than previously thought the bank now estimates rogue employs open three and a half million accounts not requested by customers and it was never much of a secret but the date for the.