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American father, son get Japan prison terms for Ghosn escape
"A few palm court has sentenced to Americans charged in businessman Carlos Ghosn's escape from justice thank you court has handed down prison terms for the American father and son accused of helping the Nisan former chairman escape the Lebanon while awaiting trial in Japan Michael Taylor was sentenced to two years in prison well he's some pizza got one year and eight months gone hit in a big box it was flown on a private jet via Turkey to Lebanon in handing down the sentence the chief judge said the two had committed a serious violation of the law there's now there's next to no chance of putting going on trial I'm Charles de Ledesma
"palm court" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"I paid him with stupendous, so that rotation there legitimately could be honed in on, in terms of like, why did you go to semi and that's about Kissimmee in particular, was a disaster that got score on a couple of times lost the ball inside on a drive. But I'd like to get anything of value. I know it's just you're watching a guys, literally, like I said is, you know, you how many times did Tristan get caught on a switch there and and and literally someone just walked right by him. You know, like a rim protection was really bad. There's frame as well as bad. Uncontested layup, uncontested layup, uncontested layup, uncontested layup. We lost Jimmy. So here he is back again. Yeah, comfortable out there, which not what you want to say. Sorry, Jimmy, we just for a second patent. I froze. Anyway, I'm struggling. I think it's fair to be mildly. Frustrated with the defense, you gotta consider the competition on the other side. But I they the level at which they score on them was enormous. I mean the Nets had never scored this. Many points in playoff history. They were getting they were getting to the hoop with in my opinion way too much money is, I mean I know that there I know that they're back to, my heart was all thing like some of the best to get to the hoop. But man, they were, they were getting their pretty easy and felt like, yeah, Johnny Johnny, right, I mean there was there was some healthy is going on in the in the end of that game there, but prior to that again like yeah, where is the, you know, physicality down low. I mean, Durant's Durant is pretty much chirping up and down the court. Like he's like, you know, middle finger The edge of the Celtics game again, kind of sell this kind of got punked on their own Palm Court. Kyrie coming in for a file. Yeah. Johnny they they gave up like 41 points in a playoff game. Absolutely. Absolutely punked. Punched whatever word you want to use embarrassed and you know most likely broken will just finish again. Gentleman's sweep. I think a lot of us said the Celtics might be good for one win in the series wage and you know, credit to them. I I thought they played with ton of, you know, fighting energy game 3, but tonight you can't you can't outscore the Nets if you don't play defense them, you know, you're gonna have a game like this. Yeah, you dropped down to twenty six point you lost my 15 cuz you're not going to ever just go off as toe-to-toe with the net. They're just so wait to talented. So this is this still a lot of stuff coming through on Twitter. It looks like before Kyrie walked off the court and that incident happened. He walked to have like right now on the leprechaun walks out to have court, this doesn't change. If I get thrown at you, but he walks up. I'll pull it up. I'll get the video for us and he walks off and Stomps on on the leprechaun,.
"palm court" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast
"Rooms are great. They have had their balconies and in the middle of these dorms. Was this palm court. And they had this all night parties there and it was a private school so the campus police jabots to protect us from the real police. Even explain yup and there's also this culture of deep introspection with march doses of psychedelics. So the celery tory party part and then also this inner exploration and then there was a woman who taught young union psychology. She'd actually studied with young. Her husband was a builder wealthy and they donated the swimming pool. This olympic size swimming pool through the college with a big deck around at fences. All around it and somehow or other it became a nudist colony. And i like this super shy. I could barely talk to girls in high school. And then i get to this college nudist colony and pool and so it felt like we had this oasis of sanity underground energies of sex and drugs were sort of brought to the surface and we could work with them and i started doing honesty and masculine. And got these intimations of this. These beyond ego states and i thought this has political implications now. I woke up to this after the backlash as nineteen seventy-one nineteen seventy two k. It'll be done mudan. Yeah and so. That was another big sent his yes. They are not banned on campus. That's for sure and it just felt to me like this is a crazy world. Imploding at the sense that we can Feel part of this bigger picture beyond our ego beyond are limited life and that were part of this whole big picture that fell to me like the antidote in a way to genocide to racism. If we feel we're part of everything then it's harder to demonize others to other is too. Yeah and and so. I thought oh god the second. Alex has a lot of implications here. And i was having a difficult time with my trips. I wasn't very good at Being open and trust let go be open. I had a hard time doing that. I have been reading. John lilly programming and meta programming in the human bio computer about his work..
"palm court" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"I couldn't give all of my students uniforms. You know, why because I knew that certain kids if I gave them a uniform they'd be out there in the middle of the friggin town and Chappell directing traffic acting like they were freaking back on generals just in from the military to give a little hand, you know, and that's the same type of person that Kyle ritterhouse was he he has thought about being a police officer and he had two parents that were freaking shitbags that promoted that bullshit that drove him across the damn State and gave him a damn rifle to run around and act like he was providing off. Law and Order and what did he do with it? Because he's not trained. He killed two people and wounded a third shame. Well, you know, what we're going to do right now. We are going to just ease of this moment with a little laughter. How about that Richard? Let's do it. My friend Brett Terhune who used to come on the podcast a lot before he got too big. He has bought a new year and review. I haven't yet seen this but he is he is he is funny and my cousin's probably think he's actually serious about this but here we go. Hilarious. So I just seen on Fox news that apparently twenty-twenty has not been the best of years and if your brains like mine, it's blocked out most of it. So in case you need a refresher his 2020 in a nutshell. 20/20 pretty much started out as one thing and it's been one thing the entire year and that's the coronavirus the covid-19 the Corolla virus the Crayola virus the canola virus or as I like to call it the corona 19 a barely legal code that best coronavirus sounds like a great value version of the flu to me and because of the virus the government is telling everybody to wear masks and people that do wear masks. You are sheep dog people that don't wear masks me say it's tyranny because of the virus everybody's gotta stay home. And those that do stay home. You are sheep. And the ones that don't stay home say, it's Tierney cuz all we want to do all we want to do. It's go to Chili's and get a $8 haircut. And if you could see my wife's hair you'd agree with me. And because of the virus everything's canceled Aunt Jemima football basketball baseball movies my birthday your birthday school work but never fear cuz we ain't got to go to work no more cuz my president and still your president. By the way. J. Trump says $1,290. 1,200 Trump bucks to spend. However, we like And it's a good thing. We got all this free time sitting inside the house because that's all we do now is talk to our friends on a thing called Zoom. Everything's done remotely you go to school mostly you go to work remotely if I had a job I'd be going remotely and people just can't wait to reach out and loop you in and circle back but enough about that. Let's put a pin in that topic for now and the presidency of these United States the greatest country on this Flat Earth is being fought for and defended by unhappy Gilmore himself my spray tan and Chief and still your Tangerine Savior by the way, and it feels good to say that Donald J Trump and he's trash on sleepy Joe Biden AKA Grandpa's smell your hair AKA AKA Uncle No Boundaries is pretty much to 7 a.m. Rhodes calling each other old and one is a traffic cone with a wig that he spent $70,000 on in the other is the old man puppet from Jeff Dunham Joe Biden it up field in the elected by getting more votes. They were missing Trump ballots everywhere. Allegedly, you know in the creek and the river the Lake Edge other names for bodies of water. If you look in the lake, you'll find my boat and then Trump ballots now so hit him and Rudy giuliani's pants. There was a press conference at a landscaping company for some reason and Rudy's repair started leaking. It was so bad. You know, they they took the case to the Supreme Court The People's Court the food court Palm Court and through all this Trump said, he wasn't going to leave. He's like Leo DiCaprio in that movie. Where he played The Wolf of Wall Street, I don't remember what the movies called but he was a wolf on Wall Street and I was like, I'm not fucking leaving and you better not bleep me again motherfuker and the whole lot going on. We got murdered hornets and wildfires and hurricanes and ramps fake news. Andrew Cuomo's nipples Elon Musk own name the sun something and you have followers and racial riots and Shakira J Lo and then culos Kim Jeong Hoon died. And then he didn't he's like Schrodinger's dictator and Antica wanted to tear down every statue. They probably want to tear down that show Gargoyles from Disney plus and the proud boys are too out of shape to pass a military man physical and they got too many DUIs. So now they got a prance around looking like a great value Call of Duty and the males not safe until November 4th. I couldn't find any hand sanitizer wage. You couldn't find any hand sanitizer Bill Gates and Pfizer and Funky Cold Medina. Wanted a microchip everybody with a vaccine Hunter Biden had a very bad really bad. No good dirty rotten laptop. It was so bad. They didn't even release any of it. I got the truck reflect and joined a trump parade, which is like a parade but it's just candy. We just throw out pocket constitutions and bibles people were skateboarding to Fleetwood Mac and drinking cranberry juice cardi B had a wet ass. I'd rather not say cuz it's disgusted..
"palm court" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"A lot of places had kind of earmarked will be top in there and and while I think that could have worked defensively like you said it's not as as good of a match he's going to be able to help when guys can beat off the dribble to buy stunting stepping until late and taking charge is rebounding boxing out. I like him as a culture pic to the best part was still Bruce Pearl and like some abandoned parking lot giving like a pro wrestling promo off culture win some like that's just perfect. This is absolutely perfect in the world was that I don't I don't know like I was sending a tweet or something and I heard him talking now just look up I'm like, wow, where is he? Like what like what quality cellphone is this? There's like a street light Behind These where it was. It was a perfect and it it's true. The Rings true culture wins Palm Court will be great there. I was just like totally flabbergasted. It was a night of weird draft stuff and that was just like part of the beginning of buckle up. It's going to get weirder as we go on a job. That was a moment where I wasn't watching it live because as you and I talked about on the last podcast, I don't really watch the draft. But immediately I was like, okay Bruce Pearl has apparently in some sort of Wind Tunnel right now. I have to find this clip it exceeded expectations. Like what in the world was Bruce Pearl Jam Party part, he he was like an amateur weatherman. You know, you're the Weather Channel black the ocean the the waters like yeah, do do we know the water slide off the storm backup? Oh my God went to Bedford guy. The other one. I really liked was Denny of the same. Like what appeared to be a wine bar? Like I'm in on this guy now, I learned earlier in the day that he picked up most of his English playing Call of Duty the video games and he gets drafted our Wine Bar of like this is going to work with John Wall or Westbrook and B land in Washington. It's going to work. Yeah help his do you think Gregg Popovich's that he didn't get to 11 with all of that wine bar behind like Greg probably dead. No probably would have gone on a private jet immediately and flown to that wine bar. If Danny would have lasted until eleven. He was probably like texting Danny immediately. He was like look, yor you have two more pics to go. If you get to heaven were taking you I'm flying there and we're having a nice little miss little sit down if that either that or the critique of like there's way too many balls and Merlot here. We got we got up to Sandy Hook. Oh man that he made a lot of sense for Washington. I thought just take the best guy at that point and I thought that he was the best guy on the board. Just kind of looking through here. I mean we still haven't talked about I feel like we've run through a lot and we still have yet to speak about really. Lamelo ball Anthony Edwards or James Wiseman, right? Yeah. I wasn't we all kind of found out when say simultaneously but in the the I'd say maybe Forty-Eight Hours seventy-two hours for the draft that Anthony Edwards is probably the guy at number one and then if you go back now and yep..
"palm court" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Green New Deal protecting our environment the Equal Rights Amendment ratified? I mean I could go on and on with a unified Democratic majority we can get a lot done very quickly off for this great country. So I'm I'm exhausted but a static and happy and I feel very up because the people I'm talking to course people know I'm not I don't think anyone else would talk to me but they're all telling me they're voting for Biden and they're behind him a hundred percent and I'm never in my life seen such commitment and enthusiasm for an election and we've had some great Democratic candidates. But this time it's different people want to make America normal again, and working in a coherent way to help people help the save our environment protect women's rights workers rights lgbtq rights grow the job. Please jobs back to America and I grow the jobs are infrastructure. We keep waiting for the infrastructure believe me in a democratic congress senate and presidency will have a massive wage good paying jobs to restore our infrastructure and move us into the twenty-first century. So I'm optimistic not only about this election, but what it's going to mean to America and to the the American people and the economy of our of our great country one last question cuz I know you have to go but if and well when by and wins and when we took the Senate will we add more seats to the Supreme Court? Well, I support it. I support it. I think they didn't play fair when President Obama he months that he was trying to get his appointee to the Palm Court. He was a very respected jurist from both sides of the aisle and they completely ignore it and they took this and jammed it through three weeks before an election that's unfair. Now, if you look at the history of the Supreme Court, it's not cast in stone. It's grown involved and and I think that we have to move forward cautiously up Vice President. Biden has said he wants a a blue ribbon commission to come with pros and cons and the and and you know and look at it in a way that's very thoughtful but I think that there's a lot of arguments to move forward and and if we had a good bipartisan commission, maybe we could get a bipartisan support to move forward. I would say after 9 a.m. When this country was unified and determined we came out with a technician that came out with roughly 51 suggestions about how to make this country safer in a bipartisan way. We moved forward and and enacted practically every single one of them and it did make this country safer. So I think it needs to be looked at debated analyze, but I think it's on the table obviously and and I will follow the procedure that president has put out there. He wants a bipartisan commission similar to the nine-eleven commission is completely dedicated to coming up to up a decision. That's right for the country. Will we will we know the outcome by tonight? I don't think so because there are so many paper ballots. Let me get this phone is ringing but we have so many ballots out there. Not only are we going to have the ballots that are going to paper ballots now because of whatever problem that you might have at the voting booth, but we have you know, we have so many we're going to have more I predict we will have more people voting by mail than we have voting today and and with the with the early birth, which Most states have put through before because of the Covent and and the covin is brought.
"palm court" Discussed on Lady Tee Speaks
"That that a purchase of the community and that's important as well as I want to reiterate that you are running for the House of Representatives that you're sick things. Okay. Well with your current political status, is there any final thoughts that you want to give to the listeners just to again you sell off and just stay engaged in the process no matter how disgruntled you are with your current conditions as a generation. This is our moment in time and it's off. Word space to do what's necessary to move our country forward. We can't just do nothing because we're just run we must affect the process of continuing to affect the process and not just by voting. Your dollar is way more important than your vote. The Asians are the least voting population in the country the most economically secure population in the country. So we must couple all that activity Alan dala or what we doing our business at the altar courtroom developing the bank teller, we we must control all things that move our community forward to make us more solid. So just thinking that if if the slave had no Revolt this think if they just would have just you know, what it's going to be like this we might as well just stay put our progress would not be where it is today. So if I if we want to somehow get out of this place, Must continue to push forward and do things to make us more economically secure and to stabilize our families so that our grandchildren may be the one that breaks through the ice. And actually they're maybe their Generations Palm Court. So I just think we should all stay engaged. Absolutely and they one thing that you said that resonated with me Asians do not vote. I didn't realize that until you said something like, you know, what ever seen an Asian American Film. Wow, you've been money. That's something get the money build families build community that you telling you telling at all. So thank you sir. All of your information will be included on the description of the episode on my website at ww.w. Once again, I want to say thank you so much for coming onto the show today. I really appreciate you and you are listening to Lady T speaks..
"palm court" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
"To I just feel like it's what Mike would do. Well, they offer a counter to that considering like is corrupted himself and intimidate would probably be the more likely route that he would go get his his fear manifests situation. And so if you would like to attempt to demoralize yeah, so the tone of it's a little different than yeah. Let's try again. It's like corn could fax you sent your happy asses down right now. Okay, so you're going to get a plus two to this role. All right, and that's just intimidate roll. Okay. That's a 25-27 total and this is to confess you. I mean he was saying Korean and confessors. So I mean just which ever so closer I guess well corns the closest so that's who you want to Target your more. You can Target either one of them, but all right. So let's get intimate would you say 2727? Okay, that actually will be enough to demoralize Palm Court nice and what that does is gives Koren the shaken condition. In fact when you said 2827 twins, so you'll get to do this shaking for two rounds. Nice very good job, but that is an action to do that. Right? Yeah. Yeah, I assumed it was yeah, you still have a move. Yeah, and he's just going to like approach like move up kind of off next is evil but not behind the table right? Like right in the lane like he's still holding out. Hope that he can like talk to his mother fuckers down, you know. Okay. Well, not a bad start yourself. They're kuyper. Now you are as it looks to me just out of the range of Mike's 20-foot radius of brake light. Yeah, which is important to you because brighten light is a problem for Some hide. Yeah, well particularly with the shuttle cloak feature, but I'm not going to actually make a lot of tension. Okay, man. So in order to get this right you fucked up actually. Okay. So this is not going to be that's not going to be utilized in this case. So instead he's going to go ahead and move forward. He can't get in. I mean Mike is kind of in his line of sight where he can't he can't get it past him. So he's going to go ahead and move right past felon. Oh, okay and utilize a trick attack and let's go ahead and get that truck roll is going to be for is going to be sense modems. Yes, since motivates, excellent. All right, so that is going to be a 28 and that is targeting them. Going to Target Corran horn that is a successful trick. So his now flat-footed against your attack and you can impose a condition. What would you like to I'm going to impose bleed-off lead it is I should should have guessed. Yeah. All right, very good and let's get that attack. All right and firing with my hail pistol Thursday. Okay, 1 second. Is 18 it's going to be 18 points of damage. Hey, that's how you've already added your trick attack damage on their. Oh, I'm sorry add the force that is going to be twenty-two points of damage. Wow. That's the hell of a hit there. Okay, it is now Corn's turn and it's just going to step up to you Mike. And is going to swing at you with you recognized as Weapons as the weapon that he uses in the protaras games, you know something that song. Often like to sing. Yeah, it's his yellow star flare acts and he's going to take a swing at you with it. That is a natural twenty shit all the wildlife. Like I stopped that way you doing you know, okay. So let me roll confirm get that deck ready. Okay, that's probably not going to confirm with a 15. So it's just a regular critical hit. Still going to be a good bit of damage though. 29 Points of electric and fire damage has a low role said 2929 points of electric and fire damage. We see does it get to have any credit fax? So it does it has burned so you are on fire. I thought you didn't confirm the correct. Yeah, you confirmed for the cards. Oh, yeah, we've not for the critical effect. Right? Right. So you Mike is on fire as this blade comes walking down and in it didn't get you into your HP, right? No. All right. So you're able to like kind of Dodge out of the way expend some of your energy to do that, you know as it takes off some of your stamina, but some of the the fire from the acts kind of licks your scales and catches you up a little bit. Maybe some of the The kicker of that was left on me from the mind right but but you are burning now and it's now the specialist turns or the security is damaged. I take on my turn you take it off of your turn. Yep. All right. Let's see here. They are going to each full attack one is going to fold. The north one is going to full attack against Piper. Let's.
"palm court" Discussed on Tales from the Brown Desk
"Just just your right to trial by jury is just so sacred that they treated that way and that's different, you know, think about in the waiver to initial hearing an initial hearing is an information only hearing so what you're waving is a statutory requirement that you be on the record for that advisement. So, I mean, you're not giving up any of your rights in that were giving your passing on the requirement that that be done on the record. So they're significantly different waivers. I mean, it says waiver waiver waiver, but one's really really important and one is less important. Yeah, there's no constitutional right to an initial hearing right? You don't have the right to go in front of the judge and and be informed of in-person be informed of what the charges are against you and things like that. You have the right to know what the charges are and they can do that by providing you a copy of the charging information page. You do have a constitutional right to a jury trial and Cassie's right? It wasn't just the judge who sort of had a boneheaded move there. It's all three of them. You know, he's he didn't say anything. You're right that Chad didn't say anything but he's not the legal professional in the room. There's three legal Professionals in the room at least and probably some Court staff to and they all should have known that he had to be questioned specifically about giving up his rights in that fashion and he didn't do it and none of them did that and so that's that's Palm Court of Appeals overturned it in the quarter Hills had this issue before and they've already told the courts you have to do that on the record. You have to inquire of the defendant. So this time round with which add the court of appeals didn't really even have an option because they there's precedent. There's already, you know appeals court precedent saying that they have to do it Thursday. He didn't do it. So that's they didn't really have any choice but to to overturn his conviction. So now he gets a jury trial and I'm sure he's hoping for a different outcome. I don't I don't know if he is or he isn't I mean he he got probation right on a level six. Felony. Well, you know, it doesn't matter. I don't know if he is or he isn't looking forward to having another trial the bottom line. Is it sometimes these things get overturned and reset for trial and then they plead again or you know or something else happens or so, who knows he probably won't go to trial again right off. He knows how that's going to go. Although sometimes evidence disappears too. And it's possible to State doesn't have all the evidence that they had when they tried it the first time so long, who knows but just because it got overturned on appeal doesn't mean that he won't end up pleading guilty to it or going to you know, so it's hard to say interesting now, we have one dog. Lowercase to talk about and that is Brown versus the state of Indiana in this case following a bench trial Brown appeal the conviction of a Class A misdemeanor resisting law enforcement claiming that the state presented insufficient evidence to.
"palm court" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"You know by a whatever Keystone cheaper than you can buy my dear. So kind of you that's important to you. Yeah. Well, I think that's the same with farmer don't don't don't fight on price. Don't don't give on your price if you know your cost and you know, what need to make explain to a brewer why you need to make that amount of money. I mean that Brewer if it's a small Brewery, he's selling his beer for a six hundred or a thousand bucks for a keg of beer. He can he afford to pay a fair price for a hob as long as the qualities there. You can't give a dried up 6% moisture, you know a point v h s i e A little on the inside right now. Yes. It happens off. It gives me the heebie-jeebies. Okay. Where you want to go from here, very good questions you have otherwise, I'm just going to fire off a couple more and we're going to make Dan play a game. Okay. Well one more that you know, mentioned the the moldy bread conversation. So we are very hot focused obviously and our assumption our Growers assumption is that all you think about is a brewer especially from a local sourcing perspective is hops off. What about the The Barley the local barley Market or other thing? What what else do you Source locally or is it really just hops on the brain 24/7 barley same thing that we tried for many years to grow and that's been difficult for us in Wisconsin because and we're still trying but here we're in southern Wisconsin. We're here that often very border and there's so much corn here corn. And as you know corn and barley are not good neighbors quarters of vector for barley diseases so long Uh, you can't have them you can't have them can't have barley Palm Court and rotation and in a field next to corn so and plus it's so humid barley as you probably know loves hot dry days and cool..
"palm court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Yes soon he was Britney Haas on fiddle palm court on bass Jordan Tice on guitar and Dominic Leslie on mandolin a live version of the song from their brand new record formations called and your dog now when I started thinking about balance in relation to the show a month ago I couldn't get the image of fully petite walking from one twin tower to another on a tight rope out of my head here's a quick coffee reading a related excerpt from a column McCann novel called let the great world spin October two thousand six she often wonders what it is that holds the man so high in the air what sort of logical gluten there in his haunted silhouette the dark thing against the sky a small stick figure in the vast expanse the plane on the horizon rope between the ages of the buildings the bar in his hands the great spread of space the photo was taken on the same day her mother died it was one of the reasons she was attracted to it in the first place the sheer fact that such beauty had occurred at the same time she had found it yellowing in a garage sale in San Francisco four years ago at the bottom of a box of photographs the world delivers a surprise she bought it got it framed kept up with her and she went from hotel to hotel the man high in the air on the plane disappears it seems into the edge of the building one small scrap of history meeting a larger one as if the walking man were somehow anticipating come later the intrusion of time in history a coalition of stories we wait for the explosion but it never occurs the plane passes the tight rope Walker gets to the end of the wire things don't it strikes her as an enduring moment the man alone against scale still capable of me in the face of all other applicants it has become one of her favorite possession suitcase would feel wrong without it as if it were missing when she travels she always talks the pontoon tissue paper along with the other mementos a lock of her sisters here N. forty feet to forty miles above the vacancy there's six home the wings of an alliance with nanoscience name like that I that leaves then it'll then it's not a really difficult to deal to give me some of that better be cool you hi you can James sure we now on the way from forty feet to forty miles that to me was sure governmental trials let us add dark campaign the former congressman from Maine that he might priests the sons your wheels home support with John in a round of applause and flagged to give us some of that it is the president come again so yeah the bad the way yeah way it gets a little bit a bit get a little bit forty feet to forty miles brains we have the guy relaunch of values friends hi this is the frame on the wall of the we just got with the win some of that now he did get the money for the money in the polls to the polls in the okay we get that way yeah that's a son of mine called it's a long way across the wire featuring Calvin feeling on spoken word which brings us to our local break some cold.
"palm court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Friends or maybe one of your worst enemies if you're looking for gift idea and Hannah it's kind of a legacy thing now but of course a political organizations especially in Chicago Thrive on Legacy so the Thirteenth Ward Organization. Which of course is House Speaker Bike Madigan's longtime organization. Put out a palm card which is kind of like a piece of campaign that you hand out near polls saying like these are our preferred candidates. It left off Cook County. State's attorney Kim. Fox's and also a Metropolitan Water Reclamation district commissioner Kim dupleix who was also former State Rep. And so the palm court essentially left off two of the three black candidates black female candidates that the Cook County Democratic Party had slated and so people were left Kenneth scratching their heads. Unfortunately people were ear to talk to me about this earlier in the week and then some they clammed up yesterday which I thought was very interesting Brian as there has been more attention to getting a diverse range of people serving in office the Illinois Senate took a step this week to codifying. The idea that campaign funds can be used for childcare. As long as it's well someone who's doing governmental or political work spokesman for the State Board of elections says when it's been asked about this in the past it said it's okay to use campaign money in this way. This would just make sure that that is put into law. And that's our time for this edition of State. Week our panel included Shirley Wheeler Brian mackey and academies of the daily line. Get A podcast of our show at NPR Illinois dot org or through the NPR one APP production assistance for the program was.
"palm court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Buying experience they say there's no reason to ever stop going there a Jose Salazar as moedas is number three restaurant L. which is the latest from John Robert the former maisonette chef number four on the list it's downtown for St Nicholas the Italian restaurant over the runs back on the list this year coming in five if you want a place that's not downtown in over the Rhine is you gotta go the Phoenician tavern if you want to find one of their top ten restaurants that's a Mediterranean place in Mason of okay and Covington's on the list as well and orchids at the palm court always seems to make it and they came in at number ten looking at photos of the entrees at please I hear you've got to get the cedar rose merry custard that's the the desert they've they've talked about but they have things like Ryan no Keegan that that he's single note for Elke Nicholas the best noki out there man there is against my my in laws but you can get the hell that's right I I have I I I I look like in the I mean depends I mean I like it with the red sauce and they usually put it was something a little more exotic but and I guess the the though please is known for like the non traditional ingredients and Jeff very intricate preparation so they said they become a little made more mainstream of well I look at the photos Miley common is I want more than that yeah I mean it's the other in the rest of the taste thank kitchens right in the restaurant look that's a but the non discountable beginnings graduations the please I think it's great coming up on news eight o'clock we'll talk about the democratic presidential candidates debate last night Michael Bloomberg finally got an invite but he was the target of all the others from the get go we'll have more and eight on newsradio some of the other it's come up on seven fifty right now like the Mercer dread the Mercer about your plus ago and the food was good the atmosphere is good like everything about it that is one of those places where you had a do fish where I would go back just for that dish unfortunately I waited too long and forgot which dish it was so I went back and look at the menu be sure it was this one and I ordered it they came and it was okay but it wasn't the days I had the first time whatever it was it was phenomenal and I can't figure out which one it walks and I'm gonna go back again out of you know just roll the dice in order something else that I think I know involved some pasta beyond that I don't remember much look everything had pasta and and next if I if I do stumble on at this time I will write it down pulling my phone so I know what to order that's a nice place there nice atmosphere and whatnot Mercer it is about seven fifty right now the traffic and weather coming up so here's a story about the restaurant called Roy's it's a place you can talk without a lot of noise come on and is what they say have a seat the joy of stats while you're here have something to eat Royce has food that's hard cowboys said about the brisket burgers the girl said brisket bring in California so happy he decided to saying is there's a to see Roy Rogers cheese burger to start but the Smithfield brisket onion set it apart on this it hanging barbecue sauces been spread all sandwiched between two slices sour dough bread they enjoy their meal and stay for awhile and Royce being families kind of their stop anyway hope to see you real soon if you're in the area drop by around noon matter fact anytime is fine whenever it seems like a good time to die we'll be.
"palm court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And check it out turn around and leave and you know it really sit again on a short term basis and that mismatch of right rations of the leases you know for real estate people's just a fundamental no no you know yeah and this let's do this we're at the plaza hotel you're the palm court David Wilson the breakfast here today is absolutely extraordinary believe this one hello we said in nineteen sixty two or they're putting together the third classic book of Eloise in the plaza David Wilson Tellus of some equities this morning all right Tom let's start without tree a group it's up to percent in early trading the US cigarette maker ended merger talks with sister company Philip Morris international and one of our trees top executives Casey cross way left to become CEO of the E. cigarette maker tool labs he succeeded Kevin burns Austria holds a thirty five percent stake in jolt felt Morris by the way out more than seven percent that company true going to focus on introducing I coast there right cigarette alternative in the US Nike is up five percent the athletic wear maker's earnings revenue for the fiscal first quarter beat the highest and lowest estimates in a Bloomberg survey results showed night night he was able to bounce back from a fourth quarter profits I guess that I guess that fourth quarter was just a blip indeed it was a whole sure looking that way after read the latest results throughout Broadcom's down four percent the chip makers raising three and a quarter billion dollars per sale convertible preferred stock Broadcom will use the proceeds to reduce that marathon petroleum up about six percent activist investor Elliott management call for fire to split into three companies now it disclose equipment a two and a half percent stake in marathon HD supply holdings also planning a break up higher by five percent the building product distributor said its construction and maintenance supply units will become separate.
"palm court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"N. O. V. A. L. O. N. and noble on they give data of voice we thank them for their support as a Jamie Dimon been helping missed the news if we work yeah. planning on working with Paul Sweeny first segment here it some point to talk about an update on the Wii company the bonds sold off yesterday now over at nine. the dog what we do or we will tell you what whatever we can go any way we'd like to go there it's we company we would do that a little bit later for not a paper the facing a question that no one really knows the answer to what does what will the impeachment process may in the financial markets and market participants model purpose joining us now of Solbakken Michael I'm sure you filter the same questions what he taught a class at the moment. well you know I think that back for a second John it you know I I think what one thing that we're just seeing broadly shifting is with co common error of markets defined by central banking two one is really defined by develop market political rants whether it's brexit in your country or or impeachment proceedings here in the US of a and and creating crew the early stages of of of develop market political risk is a very difficult thing to do so so there's there's going to be you know hi there you know so that they can help overnight you know office who's the pretty noticeable way but I think one thing that also court to think of anything but the options market is that could call ratios have been skyrocketing your highs a little your ad and further further if you actually look at the ratio of of sort of put coal you know the words the difference in price increase puts and calls that at relative to the critics is is is extremely high. as well as for me. what that means because there's not a first place you know with the with the fix you know heartburn below fifteen year with the market to sort of like going sideways in the last several session no at the other server for might behave that a lot of the what I'm suggesting is that there may be less place for you to open the market to get a lot of investors have been building up put positions in. with the back row backdrop with impeachment impeachment becoming a reality in the market is up twenty percent. Michael you've been excellent on the pulse of the Pacific Rim you express Sir through eighty X. Y. Z. bundled Pacific Rim currency system without the yeah and what does AT X. Y. signal now when you look at the US China trade war. well there's a or or with the paperwork over age as well reversal agreed on either what that basically there's a little bit of exhaustion setting it either Blair off in in software up again in August with the Kurds with the crate rhetoric at that a little bit of exhausted I think that's one area where right now you you know you're not looking a lot of Bassett incremental progress I should say you you know will gradually hi right that whole sort of you know is kind of really gonna take a step function down or if you're on the ticket number to track three into the broader back with his shirt you know affect reserves are holding together really pretty well in China and all like that so that it here for the two thousand fifteen with you know the fix was sort of tracking AT X. liable every day you know with that whole hardly take their orders some of the deadline that was sort of does with the crated separately practice forward and then and then and then it kind of gives it back up pretty quickly that is a little bit of the sort of like that the markets are but a little bit to sort of getting accustomed to the to the screen because of a great. Michael purpose thank you so much thank you welcome thank you for the quick update this morning as well Jennifer who in turn can we come to you as we do once a year from the Bloomberg global business form here in the palm court at the plaza hotel the dining room doors in the back usually close closed off we're looks more contain your the J. 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"palm court" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I you know like that out I they said that it's got some kind of company that they work with that sends out these fun facts about you know air travel and they apologized almost immediately I'm saying you know it's great specially if you're sitting in the middle of the plane but that's not true because one of the last aircraft get crashes they had it was the back of the plane went up maybe it's only their planes yeah maybe I don't know well if there is if they tweeted well in our crashes we found they think well it's it was that they did delete the tweet was up there for twelve hours though I see now it next time I'm on a plane for making this is the back of the plane I like you got a flight I'm convinced you drive everywhere now yes I I do in most cases yes I do wow unbelievable daily found the person responsible for the alien fifty one pop up million have people storming the area they found the kid that started it and yeah and wait to hear what he has to say nothing to do with it he what did he say it's it was it was all done in fun yeah now it's turned into a million six people my gosh he's in a panic to think they can arrest them or something Lacey well yeah you probably know that he's come out and he says what he said but there's there's a great video by the way if you go on you two been search what happens if ice storm area fifty one they'll show you not gonna make it's not going to go well for anybody else we get that a lot more couple minutes away could be here next the South Florida morning show traffic and weather together on the five what's going on now good morning ninety five in the turnpike in great shape at the moment they remain accident free yes to some construction going on in west palm court magistri pulled directions from all within our system seven then you can use bang in Boulevard as an alternate route this report is sponsored by farmers insurance farmers insurance may have the sound of a perfect hot air balloon landing in the less than perfect one scene it covered it talk to farmers at three fifty W. F. T. L. traffic yes twelve whether they say what like forty eight of the fifty states will have temperatures above a hundred this weekend somewhere along the line you know we're used to it but the rest of the world not used to it here in South Florida you're CVS twelve weather partly sunny highs near ninety yeah it'll feel like a hundred overnight lows around eighty with a thirty percent chance of rain and that's pretty much the way it's going to be all weekend right now it's.
"palm court" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You have to run back out. Stay back. Outstanding for quite have the echo now too. We're gonna hear more live music from Rosie in the rivets coming up after the break in just a few minutes. I wanna tell you about some great events coming. But don't forget, you can see them this Friday at club Arcata Speakeasy and restaurant located on the top floor of the caliph theater in Saint Charles, and that's at nine pm and then on Saturday March twenty third at the Drake hotel with the retro dance party in the palm court. That's all ages. There's no cover at nine pm at the trick hotel on Thursday, March twenty eighth at two ten live Highwood at seven PM, and we'll catch up more with the band with Rosie and the rivets just a little bit. John Bolger is in studio comedian, John Boulter. Hey, and my resident White Sox fan that's going to help me with the conversion therapy. It's going to get worse than that. Worse than that. Why is it worse than spring training bit spring springs? Eternal. But we have a great event in an important event. Coming up on Saturday tells a little bit about this comedy and music for strong strong at the Aurora tap house. Go on Facebook, the Facebook dot com and go to look up. Roar tap house in it's this Saturday, and we're gonna have five comics, Pat, he's going to be one of them. And I'm so excited that you're going to do. Absolutely. And this is for the after the war shooting. This is for law enforcement. So this is for the police there to help their families. So all the proceeds are going to be given straight to them at the end. We're just gonna have a nice little check. And we're going to hand it over to them. And Dan Arlene is doing a fantastic job. That's his bar Aurora. Tap house. He he's he's dedicated AS Roma's citizen. He cares deeply about it. And I'm honored to be a part of it. It's going to be a blast. And it's such a it's one of those things where you know, it's hard after a tragedy like that to to even have the right word to say that you know, we we're honored to be a part of this. And in the community of Aurora has really come together in so many different ways. And we're honored to be a part of that. Again, that is on Saturday night is could be going all day starting at two o'clock. There's going to be two bands two or three bands. That are going to be performing before us. And then we go up right around seven forty five eight o'clock. Whenever they wrap up. And then we're going to be probably performing till about ten little after ten and then it's karaoke. So, you know, or as they call it in what is it in Chinese doesn't mean my ears bleed. I I'm not sure, but I will be doing the karaoke. Do you do you ever go to karaoke song? I hear you. What's your go to? I'm you know, what it used to be in excess never tears apart in now. I'm going with Queen radio Ganga. Oh, really, really? I didn't know about my appalling lack of musical knowledge. I assume. Well, no well. Well. Yup. It's not in the rivers were already autumn's. We'll see. Rosie in the rivets is they're fantastic. That was one of the best. Jailhouse rocks. Have heard the blues brothers. But so so to catch you at John this is something that I've been sort of in some ways sharing once in a while with the audience that I just don't retain much knowledge when it comes to music. So I didn't know that radio Gaga one when the movie bohemian rhapsody came out like every time they would perform some Alec. Oh, that was their son. Through the whole movie. And I but one of them was radio Gaga one. I was like familiar to me and the other was like that's one of their songs. They too wide range too. Massive they were the rock operas. They did rock Billy Billy covered. So many genres they blew people away because you you wouldn't expect what the next thing. They did you be like, oh, they did that. Yes. Sonya? Are we says she's like, oh, I didn't know Steve Miller sang that song. We went to T Miller conscious. He's like she's like, oh, they sang that abracadabra. It's like finding new magic. When you hear something going Ovadia did that right? And I learned a lot about see now is a song is in a movie, then I'm more likely to retain the information like riders on the storm. You have context. Yes. But I can't do. The music video Jim Morrison, and I and I know that because Val Kilmer played him. But. It's just a it's a it's a stupid lack of knowledge that stupid. But I have no I don't I'm not embarrassed by like, your empty were MTV. So we await the visual with the audio does that, but it doesn't count though. So because I I also don't know anything for movie from music videos. You would think. Yeah. I don't I can't do that either. You're killing me nation a little bit like Janet Jackson, right because of the video, but I didn't watch very much MTV believe it or not. We didn't have cable when I was growing up. And then now, did you have deadpool that I've Ted pool cables a character from deadpool cable member like when we were kids like the cool kids are the ones like there was a boy wouldn't date me because we didn't have cable television. Like if he was like. Serious. Story got cable. I think it was also that I didn't put out. There were two things that were. So if you work at least have cable, I think I think there are three things that Jason was looking for. I think it was it was beer sex or cable, and I was zilch from me. Showed them the door the door. No. I just row. I ended up dating him after college anyway on and off for seven years. Jason Jason this is why was on and off exactly served better. I well. Jason's on a bad guy. Just weren't right for each. Other relationships. Can't be a light switch. He's happily married and his wife and mother fans on my show. So anyway, hey, we love, you know, Jason look there was I did a show one time at the Portage park theatre. I was doing comedy show. And I was talking about losing my virginity and somebody, and I I don't know how I don't change. I use like his full name and someone yelled at. Awkward moment. Wayne. That's the thing row. What you'll learn about me? I don't feel awkward. I was like you can't change the names to protect the innocent. Because you were part of it. So awkward for you. Can you imagine being him next day one of his tennis club? Hey, I heard a story about the other night because the story that I tell is mostly about how it really awkward. I was because I didn't know what to do. And and and he was like, you know, you got to move a little because apparently, apparently my go-to move was like starfish. So this is like later spread out. If you're watching feed, right? That was the debt that I was talking. I was like, yeah. I was just was. Oh my God. This is good stuff. Girls like. I have no shame I want. My rent's going down. I got stories. Okay. We have to go. 'cause we we let's go to let's go to a break. We're gonna come back with some more music from Rosie in the riverton, maybe some more more stories about Jason. We don't know. But because the first time I kissed him he pulled back in high school, and he goes, what'd you have for lunch? And I was like, yeah. And now, here's the Easter go sloppy Joes more to this at seven twenty WGN. You can kind of see why that would be a problem. Oh,.
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"The author of several books including a exposes in excess. And we're so thrilled you're with us today. Your new book is out, and it is called. What would MRs Astor do? And it is such a pleasure. So let's talk about MRs Astor, and who she was. And what's what are we missing today as as as most people listening to this may not know, MRs Astor was. Cranky. They had good to talk to you. And I to heard from my mother who do you think you are MRs. Took a while. And we could say she was the Queen of New York society. And all America, followed her lead. It was about how you conduct yourself. How you behave at the best your manners. Your speaking voice. How you should be with other people how you should be at a ball or on the street or at a restaurant. And let's remember that was a time of many many you pencils at the table. What was the fish for? What was the cheese knife? Mrs Astor new, and if you wanted to be a respectable person in America in the late eighteen hundreds you better know too. And she was the one to set the pace and teach you. Yes. Yes. So boy Mark Twain would have the field field day today Whitney. He would he would indeed an fat Mark Twain and MRs Astor, perhaps we're at the same place in the palm court in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, perhaps along a corridor. That connected the Waldorf Anthea story at two hotels, and that car there was called peacock alley. It was a version of what today we would think of as the red carpet. So in in my book, I needed to have have photographs and some drawings and illustrate there is peacock alley. And there were both there. Fancy ball, dress balls. There was there was not necessarily enough room in one's private mansion ballroom. So one booked a hotel such as the Waldorf Astoria. The guest list was exclusive crowd stood out on the sidewalk to see who came in. What did the ladies wear? What were their gills? And of course, the reporters, the news media social media of the day was the press, you know, this and Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst competing with their New York newspapers and their reporters were outside crippling away the next day, all New York and all America knew who had attended. And what they wore. And how elegant they were what a day that was. Yeah. You know that Waldorf the walled off. I was actually I last year when I was in London. My friend booked the rooms at the Waldorf, and oh my gosh. It was just like going back in time. So elegant the courtyards that everything just. Yes. Different level, totally different level the decor. So in elaborate, so incredibly inside today, maybe some of your audience have visited Newport, Rhode Island, others might that's where the so-called cottages, which are really the mansions off, MRs Astor's era. That's where those those palatial summer homes are and they've been preserved and they are open to the public. So researching my MRs Astor book, what would MRs Astor do? Of course, went to Newport toward those mansions again seen them, you know, years past, but this was very different. This was a work trip. I had to get it. Right. Talk about those mansions talk about MRs Astor in Newport, six weeks in the summertime, and you better be there. If you were in the social elite.
"palm court" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Choice to see my latest video. I'll be setting you up for the president's speech tonight. What I wanna hear and what will probably here. With rich Davis. Thank you so much for being here. Wait around. Listen. If you're in a car, thanks for the ride, and we were talking about the voting down the party line. There are so many people especially in south Florida that continue at least a lot of people that came from New York. There's a lot of people from New York live in Broward and Palm Beach county, Miami Dade two more so in Broward and Palm Beach county, and because when you were younger when you first started voting at eighteen nineteen twenty whatever it was when you started voting. Whatever party, you're affiliated. With is how people vote and two thousand nineteen and your way of thinking should be different today than it was know, how many whatever how many years ago when it's thirty forty fifty sixty seventy years ago, whatever it is. And the reason being you know, there's so many people I can't even begin to tell you when we get to an election, and I don't mind, but I'm just telling you, what are we come before an election day? I get so many emails and text messages asking me, which is the best way to vote on this who's the best one to vote for this. I think come to think of it in two thousand twenty. If I can remember this. I wanna do a rich Stevens palm card, and this way, you could just get the palm court. I'll put it on the Email. She could download it and you print it out. And you bring it with you, and you know, who to vote for. Got all these other people putting out these palm cards with people take a little if you don't know what a palm quarters like little cheap of who you need to vote for when you go into the. The desk or the the the countertop. Whatever it is. I mean, it's just it's so different today than it was when I was a kid in New York, and I understand times change. But you know, what there were never any problems with counting the ballots or or getting them done early enough. And you saw the results really quickly and back then. As far as I know there weren't any any way to electrically transferred..