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"paul kennedy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Have the potential of few coastal showers from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist Kissinger creamy state security triple team traffic I. four eastbound is heavy coming in through Paul Kennedy did champions gate Osceola parkway to five thirty five then universal the Kirk manage add through the parks little bit heavy now coming in from OP T. up to Lee thirty to forty minutes off and on and you'll be so would make them for thirty six for thirty four and forty six to the bridge westbound downtown the latest part of colonial than obesity does the turnpike St Lake passenger for the parkway also you'll the parkway past the four twenty nine we're gonna crash on John Young south on before Pleasantville with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning we're helping you get to work on time I'm Jacki o'brien news ninety six point five W. DPO Hey Sean Hannity here every time I am in Orlando while I'm blown away by the amount of traffic and nothing is more frustrating getting stock and when traffic is a major problem news ninety six five W. DPO will break into my show with the red alert traffic report when there's a major problem in traffic will give you the info right away when you are stuck in traffic we are right here for you and with you this is where Orlando turns for frequent traffic alerts news ninety six five W. D. B. O. Sean Hannity news ninety six point five W. DPO Orlando's news next our final news roundup and information overload our word socialism some people like it young people like those of us like maybe.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"To winter. It's almost a little long welcome to chosen family. Every second week we talk about art sexuality and identity with special guest usually queer but not always this. I completely struggled coming out to my parents as a comedian being in the entertainment industry for a Middle Eastern people is unheard of affecting change requires people to shake it up. Listen to chosen family wherever you get your podcasts. What sign and are you by the way I'm an area? Of course I love it. I'm Paul Kennedy with ideas about the art of history. Let him is Ross King. I'm and a writer from Canada. Ross King is a Canadian historian who lives and writes in Britain. He's twice when the Governor General's award for nonfiction. I've written two <music> novels but I've also written books on art history architectural history history in general primarily on Italy and France Ross kings books are bestsellers in several languages and they've been published to great acclaim around the world studying history about trying to understand it and understanding the nuances of it because the deeper you dig into it the more nuances the oral history was the discipline in which I specialized a university and I've got a feeling history will always be my first and consistently major love Ross. King is a very special kind of historian Dorian in many ways he ranks among the most successful authors in Canada and he thinks a lot about the art of history. I.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"To winter. It's almost a little long welcome to chosen family. Every second week we talk about art sexuality and identity with special guest usually queer but not always this. I completely struggled coming out to my parents as a comedian being in the entertainment industry for a Middle Eastern people is unheard of affecting change requires people to shake it up. Listen to chosen family wherever you get your podcasts. What sign and are you by the way I'm an area of course I love it? I'm Paul Kennedy and this is ideas about the Kilims Isaac Walton Kill him was the richest man men in Canada but also painfully private person. I think he just really wanted his privacy. He just didn't want to be somebody waving his own flag. If anybody else wanted to praise you that was fine but you did not rave about yourself and so I think he held that concept to the ultimate he married an American woman named Dorothy who was almost his opposite Mrs this Gillam was vivacious outgoing enthusiastic and it said that from the first point she met him she knew she was going to marry him. She lived off the income of the very substantial state but she was very reluctant to attached principle because she knew that that was a trust for the people of Canada. We've been broadcasting in annual celebration of the Kilim Prize winners for a few years now it was only in the fall of twenty seventeen home after hosting a public celebration sponsored by the Canada Council to celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the prize that got around to asking who kilims were. It was shocking walking that I didn't know it was even more surprising that nobody else seemed to know either together. Isaac Walton Kill him and his American born White Dorothy provided the funds that basically Siklie created the Canada Council they bankrolled they kill him prizes and the Kilim fellowships which together provided a solid financial foundation for much of the scholarship and research it has happened in Canada since the Middle All of the twentieth century it was all coordinated through something called the kill him trust which has continued to surge ahead financially. I check recently and discovered that the kill entrust was actually truly several million dollars larger than the much more famous roads trust which funds Rhodes Scholars Isaac Walton Kilim has been dead for more than sixty years Dorothy kilolam outlived.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"I'm Paul Kennedy and this is ideas. In second grade. Our teachers were allowed to humiliate to really single out to children and make us stand in front of appears and use terms like cockroaches and snakes to refer to us and what we present in the Ron Society freedom who is a large and complicated idea. There are many freedoms both to do something or to be free from something freedom to believe freedom from hunger such a large concept so what does freedom mean naturally clearly different things to different people if you're an American freedom of speech is really important but maybe if you lived in say Haiti freedom from hunger might be more important no matter which systems you live in the end of the day every person has very simple rish were just just live happy life in his nineteen forty one state of the Union address address American President Franklin.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"Something like fifty meters downstream from margaret tom's house situated at the southern end of a town called for providence on eastern bank mackenzie river you can't miss this new shoe in at first it looks a lot like almost every other hotel motel in the canadian north but if you look carefully you'll see it's connected to a number of buildings and assorted enterprises on both sides of the road there's a gift shop shop or restaurant and lounge bar and don't forget the laundromat in the gas station both central's in the small community of training center my name is jeff from fort providence i was born in hey river in nineteen sixty seven and have lived in for providence for most of my life the majority of my life jeff stanley the phillips a mom and dad in for kids build this entrepreneurial empire are family businesses the snow in which is say a motel and restaurant and we're involved a lot of other businesses locally the fuel delivery service the bulk fuel for the house's is well is the ferry operation construction my memory of for providence growing up was obviously happier healthier community in me i'll see seventies and early eighties late eighties when i graduated in eighty five and moved back to the community i would say the you know eighty five to ninety five i remember the community being healthier community than it is today and i think the reason for that is that the communities infrastructure is not kept up with the community so the community has grown in terms of people in terms of population in terms of problems that come with that there's there's not enough jobs the housing hasn't kept pace so there are enough houses the challenges infrastructure in the community is holding people back there are enough houses a power infrastructure won't allow building of a lot more houses the cost of fuel is six hundred percent higher than it.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

16:00 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"Elders hunters and trappers weren't quite ready for a huge development and you could see it just moving from a closet to a new vic from fort mcpherson to a new vic from top to a new vic that was pretty scary for a lot of people so scary in many ways that a quite a few of the move back before the brugere reports talk of a pipeline caused the population booming music in a corresponding lawsuit people from smaller communities like atlantic at one time a classic had about eleven hundred people and it may not seem like much in terms of being down south but if for community in this area that a lot of people and all of a sudden they were down to three hundred and then all the amenities that were promised them by moving to a new really didn't happen and people were disillusioned with that were added up a drowning their sorrows and some of the watering holes we mentioned and the quality of life had gone down again and many of them did move back to their communities and no topic is still thriving so in that sense surgery was right in other ways a a i also had a chance to see a lot of businesses who put everything they had all their savings everything they were gambling that the pipeline what's going to be a goal and i saw a lot of the leave this town and i really felt for them so do i said really sad said in that sense but you know the ones who stayed behind did not too bad they're still alive and well and new vic as a as a tough place it's stronger a i mean people have 'em are are not really going to the bars like they used to have you you go to the mat trapper now let me just a few people there now so life has changed in in the way a you it said for those who are speculating but for those who have two lives here in this town and bring up children who would become doctors and lawyers sometime in the future and just a great town now it's come points for the world knows that we are here and that we are not going anywhere.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

15:26 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"Sunrise at a site in hong kong that's been dubbed by the united nations to be of international scientific interest at least it's probably the most important bird sanctuary new to reserve unin tire china goes the my pillow marshes nestled up against the border with china on d day in the very north of the corner of hong kong i used to come to my whole periodically not that long ago when i was living in hong kong it represented a homeopathic dose of natural pathak medicine a little bit of real nature of a tiny little corner of hong kong not terribly conventional territory there were five meter ross fences running right through the middle of a man grows swamp back then with razor wire threaded round the top and even taller observation hours every two hundred meters there's so much heavily armed soldiers had formerly guarded the frontier keeping a consummate lookout for illegal immigrants from china the birds didn't seem to notice in fact offenses they're still here now without the guards and there are more bird whenever lou young is an ornithologist colleges then manager of the michael marge's nature reserve further worldwide bumper nature or wwf michael at the moment it's gonna be wetland lakes region and suddenly southern coast of china if you're going south and the next nearest reserve is on on an island but we've been hearing reports of a people cutting down the mind grow forrest 'em the flat being destroyed by below fishermen so there's problems that if you go up north and the next nearest reserve in that direction is in shanghai and there again problems there with local government wants him to take over that piece of weapons for developments and and basically they coastal wetlands and china are just not safe areas like this i just getting fewer and fewer with the time and that can be reflective by the fact that the number of wintering birds that we get here every year they've been increasing the numbers 'em evidence response of these counts in nineteen seventy nine we we we counted thirteen thousand both good win trinity bay this generate had sixty eight thousand so numbers are definitely going up there could be several reasons for this one is that they reserve is now protected so no hunting is allowed to the leftist up to come here but another problem is that they increase his party because i'll also be other weapons around him which leads person using they're being reclaimed being being the polluted desta until these although supposed to come to the fans that says it's not particularly good isn't always getting an increase in numbers the hong kong's justice a very very small area a thousand square kilometers with the human population of present up about six point three million on is estimated to increase up to maybe eight million their next ten twenty years and perhaps you make up as high as twelve million so there's incredible pressure on online 'em government has gonna build new schools hospitals roads and mike pompeo is in the wrong part of hong kong if feel like we're right by they archery be between the new airport in hong kong and i and the major cities in in neighboring grumbling province so how do you reconcile the need for developments and i noticed the need to protect such unique areas like this one has to be pragmatic about this that there will be some developments around michael but it's how we can work with the developers because to try and minimize the adverse effects from these developments i mean that the way that we are so look into the future to try and see how we can work within the system in hong kong and that's just released one for for making lots of money and not necessarily thinking too far ahead so we're gonna bring in our own sort of environmental ethics into the system and work with they politicians and the business people and those new young my pool marsh up in the northwest corner of the new territories hong kong one of my favorite places did you ever get their lab and you're patton yes we went a few times i think he went on all right but we'll say take the test quite a few shows in english i think you golden days so does does what upstate thrilled to go to my pio can clock michael has little time and lots of others were really keen to we used to we used to go up a magnificent i i worry actually i mean now development 'cause y'all piece this was nineteen ninety seven i think those just before handover yes and then i mean pollution has go hey much was in hong kong gotha and i wonder what's it like from my patio with all these extra development no i said that's my favorite place you'd you'd do you have a favorite place in who called us i left say many face while places and again it's sort of not wouldn't normally is thought of as hong kong people think of the tall buildings on harbor and you don't think of those delicious places litter eat denic almost it's it's really beautiful time i think as well of the fact that not everyone in hong kong gets a chance to go to those but he says they are working all the time in in so many of the people is that tall skyscraper crowded place but the reason they could get out and go there but i think that the great thing about the country paul which of course originated as water catchment areas in the days when it quite difficult to import will suffer from china which calls hong kong has been doing for very long time but why these undeveloped beautiful areas and then when i suppose the danger from china disappeared off the pit reduced they ferry talk cited tight end these areas in the country pox and they're huge resource for ordinary people and they were full full weekend of voting right hong kong chinese enjoying themselves having barbecues noisy barbecues even remember like also with lots of stick through me to like metal sticks litter thrown away is garbage and it becomes y'all they're all over again please yes so they had a really good facial path that i think it's hilarious we played the piece of me running on the beach i remember swimming from that same beach and i know almost can't believe i did it because it did feel quite polluted and i would often come up with two or three plastic bags on my arm from from swimming along the behind as they protect politicized bait just went i fortunately shane i hate they've spanish the lawsuit claiming up how do you looking back on it how do you remember the place the place you lose five years do you have you have happy memories obviously what how would you characterize the way you think about but on cool i think a unique place a combination of a chinese characteristics and the british characteristics they seem to meld to say well through number of yes i'm not saying the welcome trouble from time to time in the past but it just seeing people gulf home with whatever they liked to particular making money but having eight six strode really energetic life i've never been to a place which was so active been busy and it does make you quite feeling i feel so if you felt like that although i randomly ob j you walked in girl didn't play tennis i mean you were yeah yeah absolutely play but but you know we're all in on top of old fat and we were doing up business we were chris was running they colony territory we used to say and lots and lots of been a and meetings tings and everyone was busy from morning tonight and i've never seen anything like that any place like that it's exhausting about a i think most people who left a got a real kick out of it and i do remember it like that is there one memory the sticks particular in reminded to really means hong kong act tomiko when we left we had three by roman is the fastest was when we left government house and it was a very simple terminate the flag was brought brought down from the house it was sold it and given to chris which we still have it actually and they 'em up police band played highland cathedral and it was the most special we just had a toss up this ceremony and it just felt this was a family and we were having to leave them and that to me was the best base of talent call you know with intimate friendships that we made the rest of that day was a bit of a bola around the rainy blah you remember the rehab wasn't there but i watched it on television yes alone which i didn't pay millions around the world i i think there were sixteen thousand foreign correspondents in hong kong for the saint louis fights extrordinary end as we said near the beginning it was sort of the sunsetting in the british empire yeah well now you kept in touch you said that is well and things yeah right now necessarily the calm in home i hope they know how does that affect you keep in touch very much with what's going on daily i assume well i mean it's nice people spend a little messages and a little 'em videos to shows what's what's going on but i mean set in britain the tunnel vision has been full of demonstrations reach play at so we've been following that trust is being getting some interviews and so yeah leather consent did the feeling you left the police in in good shape i suppose you're you're husbands were time as governor was a time in which there were attempts to put democracy more slowly in place in hong kong to to give it i guess the safety mechanism they could keep a british democracy something that was very important to well they're democracy and it's full of film it's impossible in hong kong because it costs of china and it can't be independent and so that they asked the question but i think chris tried to push in mall directives democracy so the people had voted to fool people in the legislature to some of that has been gone back and unfortunate play see as i said earlier though that's what they have still got this high degree of autonomy with the freedom of speech religion and assembly which you clearly saw last week a win in a courtroom both sides of the population of hong kong came out on the streets and that has a new survived that have been some assets buys hong kong government how i didn't know whether they do it on their own or with beijing pushing a bit tightening the the grip on hong kong have been worrying things like you know people being abducted and taken back to china democracy activists have been a really quite badly treated and giving quite long prison sentence is a very little and not being able to get into the lead just let your if you've had something old done something which this pleases the government so you know the latest rabbis extradition wrote the following in that a trend which is worrying and goes the extradition would be a disaster 'cause hong kong has the rule of law a proper the legal system but china doesn't have legal system but independent it's political the legal system so you know people in hong kong of rarely rarely worried right about that not just ordinary people but lawyers and businessmen chambers of commerce you know the people who are always wanting to do business with china they're all very very worried because if people the vulnerable to being taken up to china to face the flight be strange legal system that will rarely hong kong being the kind of financials international how it is i mean financial people they won't face solid rule of law for that business deals and if they can't trust when they.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

13:52 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"Since eighteen forty one the rocky mountain this island of hong kong has been a tiny and promote hosted the british empire situated on the very head of the mysterious middle kingdom there was one sometimes called the celestial empire or more reasonably the modern people's republic of china there are now one point two billion people in china hong kong the colony of amir six million almost a decade ago britain in china signed a joint declaration about the future of hong kong and as a result in less than five years time on july first nineteen ninety seven union jack will come down in hong kong will be swallowed one forever in the chinese communist control.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"Go this is jimmy it speaking a captain of a canadian airlines flights that they're seven from bangkok into a funk hong in less than five years time the british crown colony of hong kong the the the chinese control is one of the most spectacular unique approaches to and therefore there in the world and this is a very beautiful approach over hong kong harbor this is the first of three ideas program just look at what's happening in hong kong the countdown to the communist chinese takeover are approach a day a week become visual you'll notice what they refer to us territories on her left hand.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"My name is paul kennedy and i've been hosted by d is twenty years old be retiring hiring on friday and all this week i'll be traveling backwards through time highlighting specific documentaries themes preoccupied over the five decades it's been my pure pleasure to be associated with the show since this is wins day will be looking at the nineteen nineties will focus on a fascinating place where i was actually living back in nineteen ninety uncle my daughter went to grade one in hong kong there were times when we were leaving it felt like we were living in the center of the world on the ball money between east and west that's in hong kong occupied disputed territory cleaned and actually owned by the middle kingdom which is what the chinese is considered the country to be free several millennia but it was officially occupied by by the british extracted a ninety nine year lease in the deal be more people is certainly an exhilarating place to be manhattan on am seven plain and simple act of just arriving in hong kong could take your breath away which is why i opened the first documentary i made about the place for ideas back in nineteen ninety two in the cockpit of a canadian airlines seven forty seven just about to land at the old hong kong kite tac international airport among pilots and major world airlines hong kong notoriously boasts most thrilling runway in the world as you'll hear after you've heard from my torch bearing predecessor as hosted by good evening i'm just in the ideas series is called hong kong.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"I'm Rachel Jesus sitting in for Paul Kennedy. This is ideas in running look into the transnational hotel. What can I do for you? I believe you have a reservation under the name ideas for one night. I can't seem to find a record of your booking. Oh, we were hoping to check in on the cultural meaning of hotels dance, you the rim directly through us or use a hotel reservation service or a travel agent. Okay. Sure. The meaning of hotel seems kind of soft evident their places to stay you make a reservation, you get a room for the night, you pay full stop. But hotels, half a secret life. They're both intimate and social spaces. Absolutely. The hotel lobby is a is a showcase for people a workplace and bedroom. The idea of the people's boating's being in that space. There's something kind of quite difficult to process about that too much like sleeping with them. Hotels can be dream homes. Tranquility or a bit of a nightmare. The hotel is a place where you're allowed and encouraged to assume the identity that you want to protect hotels. Let us leave behind our daily lives. In this episode, ideas, producer Lisa Godfrey explores the hidden side of hotel life her documentary is called the accommodating space, a hotel check in. Once upon a time travel was more practicality than pleasure trading. Spices. You'd park your camels at a caravanserai kind of a proto trailer park. Out collecting taxes from the medieval peasantry, you could check in monastery in a tavern. Tourist hotels, though, really took off in the nineteenth century when the industrial revolution produced well rich people with leisure time, they travelled by train and by ship to the grand hotels of Europe destinations unto themselves like Legrand hotel depre- which featured eight hundred rooms and actual electric lights or the den Yeli in Venice a fourteenth century Palazzo on the Grand Canal. And so grew the romance and fantasy of hotels as places of luxury glamour into late for price. But there were other ways to visit a hotel too..

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"On Wall Street, the Dow was down today seventy points. Dow down seventy twenty six thousand four hundred and ninety two NASDAQ though was up fourteen points eight thousand and seven point five and the s&p was down about four points twenty nine hundred and fifteen Dow down seventy s and p down four and the NASDAQ up fourteen we'll talk to the folks from ten feet play house at three o'clock about the third annual different festival bench, warmers and. Different reading, Don converse in Hamilton Turner. Sanofi plays playhouse here. Three and an independent candidate for Representative district. Fifty Jared Applewhite at four o'clock joining us. Been a work or in the gym or doing something useful with your life. Bill. Cosby sentenced today. Three to ten years in prison led away in handcuffs and fine. Insignificant amount. Twenty five thousand dollars in court costs. But is in prison is in state penitentiary, send three to ten years. In Pennsylvania in New Mexico. State Representative Monica Youngblood found guilty a little while ago. In a bench trial of aggravated DWI. Sensini will take place later. Her attorney Paul Kennedy arguing. That it was unlawful because the location of the DWI checkpoint was not clearly posted. Which once again, you know, you're highly paid attorney you get paid by the word you get paid by the breadth. You get paid by the pause. So you might as well laid out late on thick and go deep. But that makes no sense. I mean, logically makes no sense to argue that your client was not under the influence your client was sober. And by the way out the specific site of the DWI checkpoint. Judge said really what? Guilty. Dimmed by any of it, Paul Kennedy also said she not only did well in her. Feel side sobriety test. But she did very well kinda trumping in a way. She did the best ever best job ever the field sobriety test. Judge wasn't by now. Judge wasn't buying any. So she's guilty and will be sentenced at a later date with it. She'll be in the pokey during election day, which is November Tuesday, November six we don't know yet could happen though. She refused to withdraw from her reelection campaign. I still still I think we all still would like to know we need to know. And we deserve to know how much Paul Kennedy gets per hour. I don't care about his defensive Monica Youngblood, but his defense of the governor we pay for hopefully, we didn't pay for the defense of Monica. In fact, I recently as Senate majority leader Peter worth Senator from Santa Fe. Will we ever know? Is there a way to find out if I had to find out, but? I haven't maybe found out. Didn't tell me is it fifty bucks an hour. Five hundred bucks an hour somewhere in between or greater than five hundred bucks an hour that we pay for his defense of the governor. Four two four twelve sixty anything went chat about. Got an Email during the break from Karen. Thank you. Karen? Actually, just got another E mail from Karen? I E mail said they ran into Ghandi. Sunday night. He saw Gandhi Santa Fe Santa Fe bite on Sunday night. But. My thought is. He wasn't eating a burger right because Ghandi's a vegetarian. Isn't he? Gandhi. Bean. Ben Kingsley who is here filming a TV series. Ten part TV series. He's not gone to he's an actor, Richard. Oh, that's right. So he never burger if he wants thank you, Karen. And then she said Hobie happy they ran out of homemade chips. They ran out of sweet potato fries everybody. Everybody's trying to get in Santa Fe bite. Now that we know they're gonna close towards the end of October, including me, I'm been since the announcer closing, but I will probably several times before they closed love the burgers love the fries. Love the homemade chips, and especially cannot live without the Limon curd cake. In fact, inspiring last Friday. Up in ABA, q. With a well-known Sheffi type person, actually writes cookbook, Cheryl alters. Jamison I said, can we get can you get geeze lemon curd cake recipe? Could we plead with her because she it's not like they're going to move the restaurant somewhere else? She's retiring so they can take vacations together. Peggy could we? Could we have? I'm begging the lemon curd cake. Recipe. It's that good. Is delicious. Anyway. I should shut up about it. Or I'll never get another piece. Everybody will storm the place. Sad story that in the paper today. About.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Case of the day Representative Monica Youngblood AB f f for the governor. Has been convicted. Just came down. Say Representative Monica Youngblood convicted after a half-day trial of drunk driving found guilty of drunk driving. Arrested may sobriety checkpoint. Monica. Youngblood attorney Paul Kennedy now this is good. This is good. Seems like Paul is maybe. Taking lessons from the master. The master these days, of course, the president United States. Paul Kennedy, Monica. Young buds attorneys say not only did she do. Well under surprised she did very well. Understood. Tests on the side of the road. You watch the video. It's readily available you watch the video you decide. Her attorney said in his opening statement metro court that there's no evidence that his client was impaired that night. Sidebar Mr. attorney. If she was not impaired. Why would a state Representative who prides herself on being tough on DWI? Not take a field sobriety test. Not blow. She couldn't walk. She was laughing gig lean and then crying uncontrollably. She is not very well. Not. Well, he said Paul Kennedy said she'd done not well, not only well, but very well under field sobriety test. But you wouldn't blow. Young was stoppages sobriety checkpoints and may twenty. She refused to submit to the breath alcohol test, which was the basis for the aggravated charge. And that's automatic. Kenny. Also contended that APD and not provided these specific location of the checkpoint in a media advisory. Oh drat. Not a very good defense when he argued did not which did not comply with the guidelines set forth by the state supreme court. The prosecutor Gwen aveer ice said police provided both a media release and a social media post. They weren't of a checkpoint in the northwestern part of town on date Peralta quarter. Pro tem judge. Kevin fitzwater rejected Kennedy's argument finding there's no requirement in the police providing specific location. He said the roadblock had been constitutionally conducted. Witnesses included two police officers who were on site during that night's checkpoint. Cal Curtis supervisor within the APD DWI unit described in detail, the planning approval briefing instead of procedure of this checkpoint after offers, sir Joshua Montano. Told the judge about the signs of intoxication. He observed during his interaction with young blood before making the decision to arrest her. She's smelled of alcohol. Her words were slurred. Her eyes were watering she began field sobriety test. Before she was told to didn't keep her arms at our size stumbled during a walking tests failed to follow certain instructions. Not only did. Well, she did very well. While young complained repeatedly goal Montana said he did not believe that her lack of a jacket and Peter her ability to perform tests, she will be sensed elimidate. So just to recap repeat that day Representative Monica Youngblood just found guilty of aggravated DWI in a bench trial by judge fitzwater sensing to come later case number two. Might be a good day to argue for legalizing recreational marijuana because alcohol not proving to be very good recreational drug today. True or not. I.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"This is a CBC podcast. Discover what millions around the world already have. Audible has Canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four Canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors. And narrators with the free audible app, you can listen anytime anywhere, whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog. The first thirty days of the audible membership or free, including a free book go to WWW dot audible dot CA, slash CBC to learn more. I'm Paul Kennedy. This is ideas. He's arguably the world's most famous architect known for his daring inventive designs, which often put him in the crosshairs of his critics. This one guy didn't think I'm an architect. He calls me artist. Okay. And he only likes us artist monkey a French disc from the seventeen hundreds, meaning any artists who fails to live up to their potential. He only likes us certain kind of simple boxes. Strange gone. I like the guy to fun with him, but. He just can't get over it. I'm sort of an aberration that he wants to obliterate if he could do it without having to go to jail do it. Who is this guy? I'm gonna tell you. Well, we may not know the name of the critic, but the man being criticized as an artist mon- k. menu just talking. His often been called the greatest architect we have today. That man is Frank Gehry. I would think everybody is capable of creativity. If they're curious, Frank Owen Goldberg was born on February twenty eighth nineteen, twenty nine in Toronto. He became world famous in his late sixties. When the Guggenheim museum opened in Bilbao Spain, Gary designed that building and because of that building and others, Frank Gehry became an international celebrity. A rockstar in the world of architecture. Although he hates the term stark attacked almost as much as he seems to hate the media. The damn were stark attacked, and that was invented by the press architect on who would call themselves stark. So the press invents name and then they use it to disparage somebody with. So there is a tendency to want to pull somebody down that is sort of popping up, maybe too much pumping too much. They should shoot me get rid of me. Well, they'll get rid of me soon. I maybe. Ideas producer Mary link had the rare opportunity of spending time with Frank Gehry now eight at his office in Los Angeles, California, and over the course of a couple of days, Frank opened up delving into his life, the influences on him, his family, his personal demons. This is the first of a two part series. We're calling master of his own design conversations with Frank Gehry. Frank Kerry's office building in a nondescript corner of Los Angeles, not one of his more daring designs, which tend to be sensual and sculptural. Gary's headquarters looks more like an industrial warehouse, a blank canvas for this architect provocateur, but it does project a feeling of anticipation starting with a huge two story stale, cough curtains hanging over the entrance. When you go through them, it's like entering a wizards, lair. The front reception. I have to sign a nondisclosure agreement a promise not to reveal the fantastic models and designs and mid creation. I will soon walk past. This is an architectural firm bursting with projects a while. Pastor pointed meeting, Frank shows up. He's ties me up. He's wary, welcome. I'm here after couple minutes have cautious observation. He becomes warm engaging in his quick to laugh. And yet feel there's a danger, his mood could easily turn dark. Most of all, he's deeply curious, television thoughtful and constantly questioning a habit that continues his work as he tinkers with his designs right up to the end much to the annoyance of some of his clients, and I told him I was going to continue working on. It would evolve and other things happen to it. Franks recalling the design process of Seattle's museum of pop culture. It was fun to buy Microsoft co-founder and billionaire. Paul Allen, I don't think he understood that process. Something a lot of clients don't. It's not unusual that they think, well, this looks

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"I'm paul kennedy this is ideas j olson is a former professional magician is now a phd candidate in psychiatry at mcgill university magicians are in a sense psychologist and that they observe what they see they come up with hypotheses and hunches and then they kind of test these through performances jay's studying the power of suggestion he draws on his knowledge of performing magic tricks and applies to the world of medicine and healing he's zeroing in on the strange phenomenon known as the placebo effect i just knew that it was working i didn't know really how i was just happy that it was people would gotten the placebo surgery were doing significantly better now i can say spent than those getting real jays research has already yielded some tantalizing results and potential drug free treatments for people suffering from migraines or anxiety disorders although injecting magic into medicine may cause its own unwanted side effects i think i would want to know that i was being tricked even if i didn't know how the trick was actually done and one of the things that seems to be involved to see both is the trust that the person has clinician f for a lot of them it'll improve symptoms then i'm comfortable telling a few white lies to kids jail since work is featured in this episode of ideas from the trenches our ongoing series that highlights the extraordinary work of phd students across the country it's presented by nikolic and tom howell so there's the cap of a water bottle on the table could you make that disappear do request i don't usually request but since we're here since we're we met j olson at the scholarly extravaganza known as the congress of social sciences and humanities it's a great place i find phd students doing fascinating work as soon as we learned.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"I'm paul kennedy and on ideas you're listening to part one of feasts famine and the future of food it was recorded at the university of wealth in collaboration with the errol food institute had to our website cbc dot c a slash ideas to check out videos on food waste and foodie innovations that we produced for this series we live in a world where about one third of our food goes to waste while hundreds of millions of people go hungry combine that with soil depletion more climate change and population growth and we're facing what some people are calling a perfect storm my guest in this episode our food waste expert to mirror soma cheese based at the university of toronto and food security expert kim benton who recently served as the uk champion of global food security i ask tim how the growth of the middle class around the world will impact our planet so the the world is obviously getting both more populous and on average richer all then we dental feel feel that way and traditionally as people have got richer they have changed dimond firstly when the very poor eat more and then particularly eat more meat products livestock products and that requires growing food and feeding it to the livestock and then the eating that so in all countries we demand about nine thousand calories per day and we eat three thousand and feet six thousand livestock and as countries go through this nutrition transition that demands for calories obviously go up but as their demands for calories go up and our ability to access feed goes up so also does the issue of overeating and we've just finished a study in the united kingdom it shows that the number one thing that people could do to make themselves better and the system better sustainable is just too by less and less.

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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"paul kennedy" Discussed on Ideas

"Author and academic stephen green blat from cambridge massachusetts i'm paul kennedy and you're listening to and ideas episode called naked in the mirror stephen green blat on how adam and eve reflect us you can your ideas through the cbc radio app cbc dot cia and siriusxm right now i'm about to pick up where i left off with stephen green blat author and harvard humanities professor talking about his latest book the rise and fall of adam and eve one one of the prebble limajor figured that you point two in the visual representation of the adam and eve story is alberic ju her and you talk about his very famous at from fifteen 04 can can you tell me what juror thought about the body's the physical representation of adam and eve first of all juror loved and was committed to the representation in the most extraordinarily careful way of just about everything of rabbits of clumps of dart of trees and flowers and then passionately of the human body as well we have enormous numbers of sketches as well as etchings and paintings the jury did of the body ended at a certain point in his life already in the fourteen 90s and even earlier you can see that he begins to focus on the figures of adam and eve trying to think about what the perfect human bodies.

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