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Prosecutor: US judge reneged on promise in Polanski sex case

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Prosecutor: US judge reneged on promise in Polanski sex case

"The Los Angeles district attorney has released along withheld transcript regarding the Roman Polanski case and says he remains a fugitive A transcript that's been sealed for 12 years supports claims by film director Roman Polanski that he fled the U.S. in 1978 because he didn't think he'd get a fair deal at his sentencing Polanski pled guilty to unlawful sex with the 13 year old victim in exchange for prosecutors dropping drug rape and sodomy charges In the 2010 transcript roger gunson who was once the deputy district attorney for Los Angeles testified that the judge now deceased privately told lawyers he would renege on a promise to let Polanski go free Gunson testified he was not surprised Polanski felt he could not trust the judge Polanski's lawyers have been trying to get the transcript released for years and say the judge was swayed by publicity about the case I'm Jennifer King

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 Court documents in Polanski criminal case ordered released

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Court documents in Polanski criminal case ordered released

"May soon be hearing more about a long-standing criminal case against the renowned movie director Roman Polanski has been a fugitive from U.S. justice for more than 40 years now after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13 year old girl Now a California appeals court has ordered some documents in that case to be released The court will in seal a conditional deposition transcript of roger gunson the original prosecutor in the Los Angeles County case the decision to unseal the document seems to be a win for Polanski who has claimed the judge promised him a light sentence in exchange for his guilty plea in the case before changing his mind on that when Polanski heard he was getting more time he

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Officials say more areas of US may see mask recommendations

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Officials say more areas of US may see mask recommendations

"Health health health health officials officials officials officials say say say say America's America's America's America's virus virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic could could could could get get get get worse worse worse worse in in in in coming coming coming coming weeks weeks weeks weeks may may may may bring bring bring bring with with with with it it it it a a a a return return return return to to to to mask mask mask mask recommendations recommendations recommendations recommendations there's there's there's there's a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of infections infections infections infections across across across across America America America America White White White White House House House House virus virus virus virus response response response response chief chief chief chief I I I I she she she she she she she she jotted jotted jotted jotted notes notes notes notes a a a a steady steady steady steady increase increase increase increase the the the the past past past past five five five five weeks weeks weeks weeks twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six percent percent percent percent just just just just last last last last week week week week CDC CDC CDC CDC director director director director Richelle Richelle Richelle Richelle Wilensky Wilensky Wilensky Wilensky says says says says nearly nearly nearly nearly a a a a third third third third of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans now now now now live live live live in in in in areas areas areas areas with with with with medium medium medium medium or or or or high high high high covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen community community community community levels levels levels levels where where where where they they they they are are are are high high high high we we we we urge urge urge urge local local local local leaders leaders leaders leaders to to to to encourage encourage encourage encourage the the the the use use use use of of of of prevention prevention prevention prevention strategies strategies strategies strategies like like like like masking masking masking masking a a a a public public public public indoor indoor indoor indoor settings settings settings settings Polanski Polanski Polanski Polanski says says says says hospitalization hospitalization hospitalization hospitalization rates rates rates rates are are are are also also also also up up up up nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the past past past past week week week week but but but but still still still still much much much much lower lower lower lower than than than than during during during during the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron wave wave wave wave Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag on on on on the the the the at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House

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How Long Before Will Smith Escapes?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:47 min | 4 months ago

How Long Before Will Smith Escapes?

"Listen, I don't care what you think. This whole thing is going to end. You'll see, this marriage is going to end. The kids are old enough now. The kids are both all enough now that Will Smith can make his escape and still find another woman ten years younger than Jada and be happy. Or maybe keep it jaded and say, I don't really care about the age, he finds another woman that makes him happy. You know, when there's no love being served at the table, how long do you still sit at the table, especially when your wife is humiliating you and castrating you in public constantly, bro? You know, I think if Will Smith wants to not compound the fact that he has become an international embarrassment and a pariah in Hollywood on top of that. I mean, he'll work again because he makes too much money in the industry, but they're not going to keep your hands off him for long, but you know, they're staying away for now. And a lot of people in the business are saying, hey, take his Oscar way. But, you know, if you haven't taken Harvey Weinstein's Oscar way or Roman Polanski, you can't take Will Smith's way for a smack. It was a bad look. The worst look is all black production team didn't escort him out. Well, didn't sit down and talk to him and take him in the back and comb off and just skip his Oscar. I mean, I know it's a big Oscar, but like, hey man, we gotta think about this. They look ridiculous. Condoning the big assault in public and handing him his Oscar and then he'll make a big speech about how he serves God and all his bullshit. Oh, please, man. The whole thing's gonna end. The kids are old enough, Will Smith, get the hell out of the house, you have plenty more homes for about $400 million, but he's gonna have to make a break from Jada, even if they are secret scientologists. There's still ways he can do this without losing too much face.

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Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

"Federal health officials say the rate of Kubic nineteen deaths has increased eleven percent compared to last week putting the US on track for another grim milestone by December the head of the U. S. centers for disease control Dr Rochelle Polanski says the U. S. is averaging about one hundred forty two thousand new coronavirus cases a day a slight increase three percent over the prior week but the rate of deaths has gone up higher eight hundred sixty four per day an increase of nearly eleven percent researchers from the university of Washington suggest nearly one hundred thousand more people could die from cope with nineteen by December which would put the US death toll it nearly seven hundred thirty thousand but they say a dramatic shift in behavior like people wearing masks in public could cut that in half I am Jackie Quinn

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Biden To Visit Tulsa To Mark the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

NPR News Now

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Biden To Visit Tulsa To Mark the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

"Live from npr news. I'm giles snyder on day. Mark one hundred years. Since the beginning of the nineteen twenty one tulsa race massacre. The attack by white mobs on the black neighborhood of greenwood known as black wall street span. Two days left as many as three hundred people. Debt of course polanski of member station k. wgn s. reports from an interfaith prayer service marking the centennial. The attack vernon ame church is one of the only structures to partially survived. The events of one hundred years ago clergy from many fates gathered there monday morning to dedicate a prayer while the reverend jesse jackson senior group in prayer for an end to racist violence and a reaper. The black wall street back then. President biden is scheduled to arrive in tulsa on tuesday in a proclamation recognizing the centennial of the massacre. He says he is committed to rooting out. Systemic racism in america for npr news. I'm chris polanski. In tulsa

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CDC Says Average Daily COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Dropping

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Says Average Daily COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Dropping

"The CDC says it's seeing a hopeful trend in virus cases nationwide director Richelle Polanski says the country is now averaging about sixty two thousand five hundred new cases a day this is a ten percent drop in average cases from the prior week average daily debts are now below seven hundred again my number that's going in the right direction but we'll Lenski and other officials are worried about another downward trend vaccine demand some places are even turning down new deliveries because there's little interest one Mississippi pharmacists say she's practically begging people to show up for shots and says nobody was coming literally no one Sager mag ani Washington

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WHO, CDC warn of troubling COVID numbers

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

WHO, CDC warn of troubling COVID numbers

"At home and abroad health officials are warning of cope with nineteen numbers going in the wrong direction the World Health Organization says confirmed cases have gone up in five straight weeks by twelve percent the last week in Europe alone Kobe debts had dropped in six straight but Maria van Kerkhove says they're up slightly in the past week this is also a worrying sign in Atlanta CDC cheaper show Polanski says deaths continue dropping in the U. S. but the rate of decline of death a slow she says areas like the northeast and upper Midwest are seeing a significant rise in new cases taken together she calls it a warning sign for the American people I am worried that if we don't take the right actions now we will have another avoidable search just as we're seeing in Europe right now Sager made Connie Washington

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CDC reviewing study on school distancing

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

CDC reviewing study on school distancing

"Federal health officials are looking at a new study on whether kids in school can be closer than six feet CDC director Richelle Polanski says as soon as the agency recommended students to be six feet apart among the biggest challenges that we were aware of was was the fact that schools are having a hard time with this extra guidance she says the CDC's carefully looking at results of a study in Massachusetts and it demonstrated what students when I was a hundred percent Maskelyne had similar infection rates when in at sixty verses three feet well I'm ski says that prompted more studies and the CDC may revisit its guidance Sager mag ani Washington

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Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

"Film director Roman Polanski wants to be back into the Academy of Motion Pictures. He wants his membership restored. A judge says No, CBS's bill rake off Tells us the story. Roman Polanski had sued last year asking the court to order the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to make him a member in good standing again after he'd been expelled for raping a minor. A judge in Los Angeles ruled that the academy had the right to expel Polanski, one of best director Oscar for the pianist in 2003. He remains a fugitive after he pleaded guilty to unlawful sex with a minor in 1977. Fleeing the US the following year. Bill Rake off CBS News

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Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied by Los Angeles judge

Bill Handel

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied by Los Angeles judge

"L. L. A, A, says says Oscar winning director Roman Polanski is not entitled to get his membership back from the Motion Picture Academy after the group kept him out in 2018. The academy says it was defending its code of conduct when Polanski and others were expelled during the me to movement, Polanski says says he he was was denied denied due due process. process. Polanski Polanski was was convicted convicted in in 1978 1978 for for raping raping a a 13 13 year year old old girl girl and and has has been been living living in in France France

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"polanski  " Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Abed homeless shelter near the Fullerton Airport is a first of its kind illumination Foundation CEO Paul Leon says. Already, 40 people have moved in before being sent to the streets from a nearby temporary shelter has a navigation center. And a recuperative care centre in the same shelter. So in addition to mental health, job and housing services, we actually have a medical clinic inside, including a dental office. Leon says. The shelter shifted during construction when Cove in 19 hit to install more space and ionized air in the A V system, negative airflow and they're able to monitor temperatures with cameras in Orange County. Corbin Carson Chaos Chinese AH, lobbyist has agreed to plead guilty to his part in the city hall pay to play scandal. The U. S attorney's office, says Morrie. Goldman has agreed to cooperate in the federal investigation and part of that agreement includes the plea to a charge of conspiracy to commit bribery and mail fraud. Prosecutors say Goldman brokered a deal between city Councilman Jose Wiis are in a developer with a project in the arts district for a $50,000 contribution to the political action Committee set up to elect a ways are relative. Weezer would vote against the union appeal of the developers project. Goldman, who served his chief of staff to two former city council members before setting up his lobbying shop, is the sixth person charged in the Pay to play scandal Chris and Carl Okay, fine news. A bill working through the state legislature has less than lethal aim. Democratic Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez from San Diego says the bill would require police to take steps before ammunitions such as rubber and phone bullets, beanbag rounds or tear gas air used first well, there would have to be a threat to an actual person law enforcement would have to read tried deescalation first verbal warnings that they were going to deploy these types of weapons. The bill also requires reporting whenever so called less than lethal ammunition is used, including whether people were injured. Supporters of the bill say too many people were seriously injured by such ammunition during the protests in the spring, and the second night of the Republican National Convention has been full of speakers and ceremonies. President Trump's son Eric took a moment at the end of his speech to send his dad a personal message. I'm proud Toe watch you give them hell. Never stop. Continue to be unapologetic. Keep fighting for what is right. Trump's daughter, Tiffany spoke and wife Melania is speaking right now. President Trump also pardoned a man once convicted of robbery who has started nonprofit to help convicts after they leave prison in a second ceremony. Trump naturalized five people from various countries and fugitive film director Roman Polanski has lost a court fight in L. A to be reinstated as a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He was expelled from the academy in 2018. 40 years after he left the country to avoid charges of raping a 13 year old girl, the academy said in 2018, it wanted to encourage ethical standards and respect for human dignity. It.

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Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

Tim Conway Jr.

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

"Fugitive film director Roman Polanski has lost a court fight in L. A to be reinstated as a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He was expelled from the academy in 2018. 40 years after he left the country to avoid charges of raping a 13 year old girl, the academy said in 2018, it wanted to encourage ethical standards and respect for human dignity.

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"polanski  " Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is mostly clear Skies 88, but the Heat index of 97. I need information I needed five minutes ago. This is, um I talk dirt alert and everything. Entertainment update heard at the top of every hour on my talk one of 71. So what's new in your world? Jamie Lynn Spears that's set to play a more significant role in Sister Britney Spears is conservatorship. Jamie Lynn has been named the trustee of Britney's S. J. B. Revokable Trust, which was initially set up in 2004 to protect Britney and her kids finances. Jamie Lynn has reportedly requested that the court authorized Fidelity Financial Management to serve as a financial advisor and create blocked accounts toe hold her sister's assets. That's to ensure that the assets in cash would be used for Britney's two kids, Sean and Jayden. If Britney were to pass away, so she is stepping up. And taken on some big anti rolls there. Yeah, Alright. Good. Well, she's almost 30. Yeah. Kelly Barry's yesterday She had that baby. Oh, my gosh. She was a young member that Yeah. Halle Berry wants to represent herself in her divorce case with her ex Olivier Martinez, According to court documents or former attorney signed off on the change back in July there, still not divorced, believes will not divorce. It's like Brad and Angelina. An Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver. They don't have that kind of money. Like those other two couples you mentioned, you know they have They have two different countries. That's it, and they have a kid and they have a do not get married to someone from out of the country and have a child back. Oh, well, we have learned that lesson now. Eso Halle Berry's gonna wrap herself. Olivia Martinez is being repped by Laura Wasser being silly, so I don't know what her strategy is behind this, There is no, that's bad strategy. I filed for divorce back in October of 2015 after two years of marriage, So they have been wanting to get divorced, like twice a cz long as they were ever even married to each other. So Oh, my God, I can't understand why she's not. I am not an attorney. I know. Well, why wouldn't you have an attorney? I don't know. I have no idea There's a really baffling new money. No. All right, I said it Well, finally, he has to be that first guy a lot of money. If you remember you pays him a lot of money, the model, Okay, just saying Messi, Roman Polanski's request to be reinstated to the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has been denied by the judge today, finding that the academy behind the Oscars has a right to expel him back in May of 2018 because he's nasty. Alas, he sued the academy in April, 2019 alleging that he had been thrown out without any warning or without a fair process without my okay. All right, that's all the dirt this hour for more. Check out my talk 1071 dot com or download them. I talk up some dirt. Thank you. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour..

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"polanski  " Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on WDRC

"Prefer red Polish, a deep red Polish. Well, well, well, my cabdriver from home, I'll come there had a feeling that there that you might be hidden into something. I can't get over the feeling of being watched. I sit back in the shine, cheer and let my eyes wander. Sure enough. Across the street is a fat man who had been blowing steam from his soup Spoon in the diner anything to report Colonel Polanski. What about him? Can talk being watched You please walk away from the shoeshine stand. I noticed that the man has disappeared from the doorway Rather than walk four blocks back to the party headquarters. I'd take the trolley fat man really watching me that I'd do anything to give my Self away nuts. I'm falling for the old Commie trick that the guilty man will always worry, innocent man. We're gonna be confused, but I start up the stairs to the three story brownstone. Turn around and freeze there. Across the street is the fact I shut the door behind me. Run up the stairs into the meeting room. Uh, going advantage, Polansky. Well, who is it? Comrade semantic. You look pretty. I think I've been followed. He's right across the street who a man has been following me. Look. Lansky and Smith courses. They move across the room and threw a parting and the Drakes get a good look at the fat man standing on the other side of the street. And will you leave us alone? Yes, Colonel. But this is no laughing matter. Easy, comrades very easy. I watched his Colonel Polanski laws and raises the window shade twice. And then see the fat man across the street come up the steps and into the brownstone house. A minute later and the door to the room opens again and he waddles into the room and smiles at me with the lower part of his face. His eyes can never smile. This is going and I was, huh? So it is you who have taken Comrade Bus stops place. This's the other member of the two man team from the M dd This is the voice on the telephone. I watched you handle your contact in the diner. And I'm very pleased to know that we have such workers in the party. Good comeback, Eric. What have you arranged? I'm to meet Hans Martin on the pier tonight at 11. 30. He's introducing me as his cousin to the business agent of the union. I should have no trouble. Um, idea, comrade, But the test of a good agent is to always be prepared for trouble. Colonel Polanski will accompany you. In the meantime, I suggest you get some sleep. You look tired. At exactly 11. Colonel Polanski knocks on the door of my room and takes me down to the car he has rented, especially for the occasion. He opens the back door for me, and there's comics are touring. Come in, quickly. Coming special tonight is a bit cold. You wonder why a comic side and the candles for the company once such a routine matter? My duty is not to wonder has to obey very convincing Conrad Synthetic. You should not have run out of the building where you found bust off his body after you spoke to me on the phone. Oh, yes. Do not look startled. It was you. And you should not have entered the building a second time and acted as if it were the first time you had seen the body of Comrade bossed over and finally, you should not have called the FBI. This is some sort of joke. I don't get it will come. Now. Come right aesthetic spy Traitor! Fascist tool of the FBI has put an end to pretenses. Aziz. You say I have an agent for the FBI. Do you accompany me to my meeting with Hans Martin? Why don't you just kill me? Now? You have an appointment with him. If you do not appear, you will ask questions are approaching 10. Turn your lights off. I was coming. Bar staff killed. Like a saint. He said, the cause of the cars to trap any traitors in our ranks and we did trap you didn't way I shall put it all in my report tomorrow. Moscow will be pleased. Bear in mind. Colonel Lansky and I oppose armed. I wish you'll get out and keep our date with Huns. Marty. It's true whistle of the tugs possible of the larger vessels are playing a funeral dirge across the night winds of the book and waterfront. Carrying the coffin to its final resting place. Do you think you get accustomed, staring death in the face on? Where's that light coming from FBI. This's Mike. You'll make a dotted lines and piling my target myself. What are Children as being fighting my way up? I brake for the barking of guns punctuating that Tell us There's a little wet. It's all thanks to Turin and Polanski. We've got him. Well, they did. I don't know. The boys.

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Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

"Twenty film director Roman Polanski winning Best Director last night as Caesar's award ceremony the awards at the French equivalent of the Oscars Polanski did not attend the ceremony he has been accused by several women of rape allegations Polanski has long denied several celebrities as well as the master of ceremonies walk down after the announcement of its way meanwhile a very large crowd gathered in protest outside the venue demonstrating against Polanski's twelve

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Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

"A hundred protesters disrupt the top film award ceremony in France as a controversial director received top accolades in Paris at the forty fifth award ceremony of this is off the French equivalent of the Oscars film director Roman Polanski won the award for best direction several feminist collectives protested where the ceremony was taking place against the directors twelve nominations the French Polish director who chose not to attend the ceremony has been accused by several women of rape including a French photographer Valentin money he has denied these allegations Polanski's wind caused a stir in the audience actress I daily then and the master of ceremonies herself chose to leave the awards ceremony right after the

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Roman Polanski Draws Protests, Wins Prizes at Stormy Cesar Awards

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Roman Polanski Draws Protests, Wins Prizes at Stormy Cesar Awards

"And in Paris protesters disrupted France's top film award ceremony last night and several women walked out after Roman Polanski won the award for Best Director Polanski fled the U. S. in the late nineteen seventies following his statutory rape conviction there are more recent allegations

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Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

"Several actresses have walked out of the French film awards ceremony this says us after Roman Polanski was named Best Director protesters tried to storm the venue our correspondent Hugh Schofield reports from Paris announcement of the award to Roman Polanski was greeted with some approvals but mainly awkwardness everyone at the ceremony recognizes him as one of the world's top directors but in the post to me to world a man still wanted in the U. S. on statutory rape charges dating from nineteen seventy seven and against two new historic allegations of abuse also way is not regarded as a figure to celebrate predicting rightly that that be demonstrations by feminists Polanski himself decided to stay away from the ceremony as did the rest of his team including the actors on the job that the British writer Robert Harris on his book about the Dreyfus affair the film is

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"polanski  " Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on KQED Radio

"A Roman Polanski wins Best Director at the Cesar or the French Oscars despite protests against him at a walk up by some prominent actresses but first the latest news on the BBC hello I'm David hopper with the B. B. C. news South Korea has reported nearly six hundred new cases of coronavirus the biggest increase for the country to date taking the national total to almost three thousand eighty percent of the new cases were in daycare center on the country's outbreak holdings how from Laura Becca in Seoul South Korea has focused on mass testing phase ends as the authorities try to trace and track down every carrier of the infection the virus has spread so quickly partly due to an outbreak among followers of a religious sect called the shin Chung G. church of Jesus three thousand followers have told doctors they're showing symptoms of the virus a north Korean leader Kim Jong un has led a meeting of his top officials and told them to seal off all channels through which the infectious disease might find a week into the country and strengthen the already stringent quarantine measures China has said production at its factories has fallen to its lowest level on record it's the first official assessment of the damage done by the corona virus to industrial output in the world's second largest economy health officials in the US states of California and Oregon have concerns to more unexplained coronavirus cases an indication that the virus could be spreading within the community the new case in California is a sixty five year old woman in Santa Clara county the Oregon resident is employed at the school I may have exposed students and staff to the virus neither patient had any contact with unknown case know any history of travel to countries badly affected by the outbreak president trump has urged Afghanistan to seize an opportunity for peace following the seven day reduction in fighting the Taliban has been observing Mr trump said an agreement between the US and the Taliban negotiated over many months will be signed in canton on Saturday these two cents is in doubt it would be wrong to call this agreement.

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Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

NPR News Now

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

"Filmmaker Roman Polanski says. He will not attend France's most prestigious movie awards despite his latest film. Receiving one dozen nominations. Npr's Eleanor Beardsley reports. The controversial filmmaker says he does not want to submit to what he calls a public lynching by a self-appointed feminist

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Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

Glenn Beck

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

"Down with filmmaker Roman Polanski is skipping the awards ceremony for France's equivalent of the Oscars even though his latest film is up for several honors Polanski made the decision amid protests prompted by a new rape accusation against him he still wanted in the U. S. on a similar allegation from nineteen seventy

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"polanski  " Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on AP News

"Dispute over controversial director Roman Polanski whose new film lease this year's nominations the decision by the academy's influential board to resign en masse came just two weeks before the awards ceremony multiple nominations for Polanski's an officer and a spy triggered calls by feminist groups for a boycott of the awards as an expression of outrage against the ceremony and the director nominating Polanski's movie in twelve categories this year represented the last straw for the academy board who had expressed frustration over the clothes the nature of the decision making structure it's presidents day which means a shortened week that's light on economic reports stock and bond markets are closed for the holiday on Wednesday the governmental issue which report on producer prices which measures inflation pressures before they reach consumers also the federal reserve releases minutes from its January meeting Wall Street also get some updates on the health of the housing industry the government release date on housing starts on Wednesday and the national association of real towards a release January home sales data on Friday Amsterdam has banned the guided tours that take groups pass the fame to windows in the city's a red light district it's the city government's latest attempt to address over tourism man to clean up and to protect workers in the district which the city says are regularly abused and photographed without their consent by members of tour groups tours of the red light district still will be allowed if guide stick to the new restriction which takes effect in April and keep the windows off their itineraries.

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"polanski  " Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of framing drive on this all he needs to do here but the film the rollout last month was marred by another accusation against Polanski by Valentin mon yay when the rape she denounces happened Valentin was eighteen years old she just got out of high school gyms earlier Roman Polanski was of powerful Hollywood filmmaker that's Kathleen bile who interviewed Manier for newspaper look batteries young Monet's now a photographer and former actress and the sixth woman to publicly accused Polanski Manier told by how the assault took place in nineteen seventy five and battle says the photographer tried to put the nightmare behind her when Valentin when you learned that from Polanski was preparing a movie named sectors which means I accused on the Dreyfus affair she was outraged because in the interviews Polanski compares the harassments captain Dreyfus standards at the end of the nineteenth century with the one he endured since nineteen seventy seven which is when he was accused of raping a thirteen year old girl Polanski pleaded guilty to statutory rape in that case but fled the U. S. before sentencing in a rare interview given to magazine Paris match this week Polanski denied Monet's accusations and said he was being painted as a monster Jack use opens in cinemas across the country protesters blocked theaters like this one in Paris denouncing ticket holders as complicit some theaters had to cancel screenings the film's publicity rollout was scaled back and interviews cancel TV screens and editorial pages have been filled with the debate over whether or not to see.

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"polanski  " Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on WSB-AM

"Bring it discourse down to it you've worn black face we'll be I'm sorry Polanski it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's soon came up I did not she was not there's literally all over the internet have you in black face now why in the world would you I was never in black face damn I forgot the internet existed Democrats love them some black face what in the world is that the thing you're going to deny you notice saying what the world would you deny that because you just challenge the whole internet to go out and find it and they did quite easily in fact there are receipts there's receipts I mean I literally have it like right there on my timeline I tweeted one of them one of them so it it's up there she's in yes she is in black face and it just doesn't look good dystonia so why would you deny that why would you tonight and they were so mad and then literally a few years ago her quote was and I direct quote her she said this I actually here I have this idea me here pull this up let me put drop this is like she said this back in twenty sixteen that she was dressing as a quote beautiful African woman in quote at a Halloween party that involved make up that was quote a little bit darker than my skin in quote and they even you know how people have the photo because they ran it on the view they had an op ed piece in praise of naturally curly hair they say that it's making a comeback we always.

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"polanski  " Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This course down to it you've worn black face we'll be Polanski it wasn't rape rape when you raise a child so let's to bring this up then came up I did not she was not in black sorry I wasn't being black I recognize what phase this is that's just what a disaster for those to not talk about down here and talk about will be in split bay are every because he absolutely did use black phase and that's one of the things will be said the Roman Polanski allowance that's right or wait for a right he called their crap out to their face on TV because remember joy Behar she got asked about that back in two thousand sixteen on the view raven Simone was part of the panel then they put the photo up there when joy Behar back in the day dressed up as a quote beautiful beautiful African woman and it wasn't black face I guess it was a bronzer that she put all over her body here take a listen to joy Behar now enjoy Behar back in two thousand sixteen I did not blackface he was a lot of black friends it was a Halloween party and when as a beautiful African woman so you can use bronzer but that's not in fact the raven Simone sitting there looking at their that click back in thirty six yeah well the thing of lex's all that wasn't the only time the don junior called people out he was catching a bunch of heat from everybody up there on that panel usually Meghan McCain's there to rescue the conservative or the Republican but she wasn't time to do that today not after it not after junior juniors only has like yelling my war heroes to be captured hers of the like right I was said something about my game trash talking him after he died yeah rob candles bashing Danville after he won the referendum so it's done junior up there really Guilfoyle and them against everybody and all the folks on the view or giving them crap because on social media don junior named the well he didn't do that he re tweeted article that had the pain and it right and I'll be there before but now they're back just put it out there yesterday and some of the the testimony with one of the one of the diplomats that the testified so when they questioned him on that it was don junior who realized wait a minute this show was on ABC I'm pretty sure ABC has their own whistle blower controversy they need to be dealing with that everyone is outraged that his name is out there because now people are saying okay he's tied to Joe Biden one Joe Biden was working in the White House he has ties to bring it was been leading the it's not you know just because that's not why I'm outraged I'm not wise because I care about diplomacy this country I care about how we protect the people when they see a wrong doing that they go through the proper political channels and they are protected for doing that so you can see them that whatever it was it was not then out there for five days and make a right but nevertheless right chasing down a whistle blower about all of the empty in stuff because the stores were killed so if we're going to have a conversation about the.

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"polanski  " Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Inspires solutions for for our final news roundup and information overload she's talking about Megan is talking about she's talking about lowering the discourse level which is horrible for this country even if people are working we don't want to have a country like we regret this course down to it you've worn black face we'll be I'm sorry Polanski it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's you want to bring this up okay I did not she was not a black sorry wasn't being black I recognize what phase this is her lawyer yes and and we can enter I mean did you advise your boyfriend that it is a federal crime to out of a well I didn't think that was a federal crime I did come out of the bathroom is elected over ten minutes what happened with G. to do it in the state so that's you can't zero five it it it is a crime tonight you're just desperate all you when I look never the less you did speak to him about that.

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"polanski  " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We regret this course down to it you've worn black face will be no I'm sorry Polanski it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's I want to bring this up soon came off I did not know she was not in black sorry I wasn't being black I recognize blackface this is all right so I'm seeing Mick strip first of all this is exploding all over social media all over cable news all over everywhere everyone's talking about the view probably more so than news mostly since Rosie o'donnell Elisabeth Hasselbeck one and a half after it over the nine eleven truth or conspiracies of Rosie o'donnell people forget that this is the most electrifying appearance on the view since then and I'm hearing two schools of thought yes you go don we want more this enough we I I'm telling you there are conservatives who would be willing to walk into that lion's den of harpies Meghan McCain excluded for now it and they would love to do mix it up with them every single day and there's a visceral reaction to it because suddenly you see okay you call yourself the view but there's been one view that is constantly excluded from this program and and you constantly excluded that view because you don't want to deal with it you don't want to accept that it exists and you can't deal with somebody pushing back on you well now we have don junior pushing back and I'm hearing two different schools of thought on this half of it is yes you go down more of this I'd like to see this every single day and I have other people saying we're better than then we'd we don't this is this is what's making America is what's harming America this is the problem you shouldn't do anywhere I'd love to hear where you stand on that and by the way one of the most googled phrases right now in America is joy Behar black face and yes you better believe that she wore her black face that is a complete and total lie which she in would be Goldberg just but there in fact I remember when this happened it was odd of wind raven Simone was on the show she is so raven is injury that raven Simone it was in twenty sixteen and they showed a picture joy Behar showed a picture of herself in a Halloween costume from the seventies and and she shows and she says that's me I went as a beautiful African woman and I'm wearing make up there is no doubt a little darker than my own skin a little darker she she she's a Jewish woman from New York she has the white she's translucent this woman and she absolutely dark in her face to look like an African woman and now she says I didn't go black face what is is this like when when the prime minister of Canada didn't go black face it was brown face okay so it's it's it's it's a darker shade of brown face and that makes it not black face yes drive bay heart was in black face some more can give a comely Guilfoyle formally a fox news now of Donald Trump junior the third if you're getting now did she was part of this conversation as well sort of about the way before we get into more of these cuts I just want to reset this for a moment because this is what's so maddening about it as well he was on to talk about his book that junior has a book called triggered about how the lunatic left go so over the top in reacting and screaming down people that they disagree with and it's funny because there was no mention of the book he came on to talk about the book and they never asked him a question about the book however they actually demonstrated exactly the thesis of the book so a here's as I one of the co hosts money hosts in with can go for lawyer yes and and we know that after the you were later I mean did you advise your boyfriend that it is a federal crime to out of a what I did and it was a federal crime I did come out of the bathroom is elected over ten minutes what happened when my G..

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"polanski  " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We regret discourse down to it you've worn black face we'll be no I'm sorry to Polanski it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's soon came I did not she was not there's literally all over the internet have you in black face now why in the world would you I was never in blackface damn I forgot the internet existed Democrats love them some black face what the world is that the thing you're going to deny you know what I'm saying what the world would you deny that because you challenge the whole internet to go out and find it and they did quite easily in fact there are receipts there's a receipt I mean I literally have it like right there on my timeline I tweeted one of them one of them so it it's up there she's in yes she is in black face and it just doesn't look good dystonia so why would you do why would you tonight and they were so mad and then literally a few years ago her quote was and I direct quote her she said this I actually here I have this idea me here pull this up let me put drop this is like she said this in twenty sixteen that she was dressing as a quote beautiful African woman in quote and hauling party that involved make up that was quote a little bit darker than my skin end quote and they even you know how people have the photo because they ran it on the view times they had an op ed piece in praise of naturally curly hair they said it is making a comeback we always had really.

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"polanski  " Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And do some a little bit of tidying up now it sounds outlandish and I believe it's total fiction because Manson knew he was on probation and if he ever got implicated with fingerprints at the murder house so I think that's total fiction so it is in his book what's going on with Roman Polanski still I mean he is not sure what I will I will see now yeah Roman Polanski these and early eighties Roman Polanski got got fired if you like from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences read the plants you won an Oscar at the Polanski's pride made him sue earlier this year the academy to get his membership back again so Roman one still in that vein she is name and thinks that let me moment that you quote ran from the country guilty two way blessed enough a a minor basically right yes he did and anywhere nor did he go we went to France yeah what he did was he claims that the judge promised the off to the psychiatric examinations that he would then give him probation Roman Polanski discovered the judge is going to send him back to prison well when did not want to go back to prison up to his ninety day time in jail and so he just did a bank is we say fled to fraud sweater is no extradition and that's where he lives today it's amazing that he's still there and what's he did what he hasn't done anything as he senses about it he's got a new movie coming out about the Dreyfus affair the rim of the Dreyfus affair the French office back.

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"polanski  " Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"That if he ever got implicated with fingerprints at the murder house so I think that's total fiction although it is in his book what's going on with Roman Polanski still I mean he is not sure what Walgreen's in now yeah Roman Polanski eighties and early eighties Roman Polanski golf golf fired if you like from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences Roman Polanski won or lost got Roman Polanski's pride made him sue earlier this year the academy to get his membership back again so Roman once to an event she is name and thinks that my me my weapon as he calls ran from the country he played pled guilty to a blessed enough a a minor basically right yes he did and then the word and the word any goal he went to France what he did was he claims that the judge promised the off to the psychiatric examinations that he would then give him probation Roman Polanski discovered the judge is going to send him back to prison Roman did not want to go back to prison after his ninety day time in jail and so he just did a bank as we say fled to France weather is no extradition and that's where he lives today it's amazing that he's still there and what's he did what he hasn't done anything as he since his brother it's got a new movie coming out about about the Dreyfus affair the rim of the Dreyfus affair the French office.

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"polanski  " Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:29 min | 3 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Right? We do. Dane, right? Okay. Listen to this story. This is so freaky. And I don't know. Did you know about this idea about this? No idea at all. Okay. Ashton Kutcher testified in the trial of a man accused of killing a woman he was dating. He was a witness this was yesterday. And this the victim of this crime was a woman that he was supposed to go out on a date with her name was Ashley Ellen and she was only twenty two years old. And this goes back to two thousand and one. Yeah. Back when he was on that, seventy show, my gosh. So the night she was killed. He was supposed to go out with her, but he couldn't get a hold of her by phone. And when he showed up at her house fee, didn't answer the door. So he tried to open it, but it was locked, then he looked through a window, and he sees what he thought. Thought were red Weinstein's sure. Yeah. On the carpet. He had figured that he was being stood up by her. Yeah. He was a little late and just thought that she's like upset with him not answering his not answering the door. So he leaves. And obviously that wasn't it wasn't bloodstain. I mean it wasn't red wine. It was blood, and she had been attacked after she got out of the shower. So this guy is on trial for her murder, and he's accused of killing two other women and attempting to murder fourth. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. The guy's name is like Michael guard argue low glow. So he had to tell his story on the witness stand yesterday. And he admitted that he was worried at the time when he found out that she had died because his fingerprints were on the doorknob of the, you know, of her apartment or house and at one point, the defendant's attorney told Ashton, you know you're not a suspect. Don't worry about it. And asked him was like, yeah. Okay. Thank you. Why are we just hearing about this, maybe develop before an interviews, but I can't even imagine how something like that stays with you? All this time. That's just not something like oh, yeah, I got sit up in the girl, you know, was killed and that is so freaking trudge. It's just so so sad. You know with the trial happening now years in the making, yes. That whole thing to light. But, you know maybe for a long time. I mean there's an investigation that's underway. And people probably said, hey, do just do yourself a favor and never talk about this ever until you have to. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know. Really crazy, though realized story. I'm sure we'll be hearing more about this as you know as the weeks go on. And when they they're going to settle their case, I mean wrap it up and everything on, but speaking about crimes. Are you guys excited to see the once upon a time in Hollywood movie? Yeah. Yeah. The cast is so felt good. I'm wondering will this cast? All come together. You have so many big names attached to this movie. Yet, most notably perhaps Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt yet. But will it mesh just getting a bunch of big stars doesn't make a movie work, and I want to know what exactly it's going to be about? Is it about the Manson murders or is it about is that just something that is a side note, judging by the trailers? That's what I think it is. Can you find the trailer? Tarintino film. So, yeah, that's true. Pretty liberal with the language. Well, now I'm hearing that the wife of Roman Polanski there's there headlines out there that she is really p O'd that her husband is a character in this film. Oh, so she put out the social media posts. And she was really angered that Tarantino included aspects of Polanski's life, and didn't consult with Roman Polanski and, you know, the whole story about why you know, he's not living in the states. Right. The whole of Wichita radio thing controversy. So, apparently, she's talking about it, but it's interesting that she's talking about it, and he's not talking about it, right? Yeah. Well. Mark go ahead. I get why he he he's like always just mum on this issue. Just like yeah. Like say anything. People around him talk. But he doesn't Joe and she saying, how can you take advantage of someone's tragic life while trampling on them? Ryan windows, this movie come out soon here in the summer a summer movie, July twenty sixth. Oh, good. Are we going together or what on the twenty six? Oh, no. Any other. We don't have to go on opening day that would make the most sense and crap. No dying it. No. I honestly wish that that. No. Okay. I wish next one. The next one that is out. I thought this sort of been positioned for award season. July. Summer, summer, movies, aren't in Qatar, if you're really strategically releasing it for Oscar consideration in the fall, it's fall winter. Terminal remember December, oh, it'll be it'll be a for wards. Oh. Hey, ryan. What did you know that? Donna is on the academy. I'm sorry. I don't know why said that I mean because if you think about it, let's just say, November, November, December Jin favorite March. I mean that only gives them then five months because the Academy Awards, February March movies outside of the fall, winter release have obviously gotten consideration before but it's very strategic on the half on the part of studios and production companies to position themselves late in the year. That's when you see all these that's why rose, I didn't see that yet because they all came out within the last six weeks, and now there's very teen new moves in the summer. Absolutely. But I. Locked BUSTER season. You know what I'm saying the big popcorn flicks? That's what I wanna see in the summer. Okay. Can I make you laugh? Yes, after I tell you that Arnold Schwarzenegger has a new movie coming out, and it sounds really cute. So it's basically he is a kindergarten teacher recording cop remember. Can I do? I do. He's going to be a kindergarten teacher four superheroes. For kids that are superheroes. I'll have to find the exact kind of cute after the break to, we will we will have a debate about Arnold Schwarzenegger, and a new song that may or may not feature. Arnold schwarzen-. It does you watched it. I did. Well, no. I actually read that it is him. We'll still let me say, we're gonna put Arnold Schwarzenegger and time out for what he is doing to music. We love him. Love him. Here's my thing with Arnold Schwarzenegger that accent is awful. So awful lot whole don't you think like to your ears? It is like, oh God. Stop talking. Right. That seems like a not safe Facebook question. What's your least favorite accident? I know. Really doesn't like the southern draw whereas all draw draw draw draw draw not draw southern drawl drama whole life, real troll. Drawl. DRA wwl draw. That's the definition of that speak in slow lazy way with prolonged vowel sound, oh, so maybe it's redundant to say a southern drawl. Yes. Probably all we do look for Gators. Make you laugh now. You just took us through a murder trial. And then you hit Roman Polanski. Sports to air. But then you got really irritated at the country of Austria. A very funny follow on Instagram. Okay. Is it account called the dad? Oh, cute. And it's just written from dad's perspective. Let me read you a few of these and police have the, the rim shot. Reading, always, there's a collection of dad love saying these things, and I'll read them done, and you. Okay. Dad's love say that's not going anywhere after tying stuff down on a truck. That's funny. That's these are like, hold my beer beer, dad's love saying, can't get very far without these, when they come right back in the house after forgetting their car keys. So true. Dad's love getting there early to quote beat the rush. Leaving early to that works dad's love saying I remember when this used to be all field at intersections. What's the account called again? Dad. Okay. Instagram dad's love saying ground beef when they see a cow laying down. Dad's love saying people are dying to get in there when they drive past the cemetery very true. Maybe my favorite dad's love saying horses when they drive past horses. I did that yesterday. Dad's love saying, glad we're not going that way when they see traffic. That's all the daily calendar that perhaps you could get daily calendars. Dad is. Two thousand nineteen two thousand twenty you could hit up Alexis. He probably has one. She does the dad joke. Dad jokes. Like that is. Hey horses that guys. Cows cal. Yeah. Lot of cows in my neighborhood. What not free roaming, but a lot of cows cow's right up the street past about twenty cows. Cow's down the street who knew. Thank you. When we come back, we are gonna throw Arnold timeout RAFI, it's so bad. You're gonna you're gonna love it. And then you're throwing somebody else in time, L I'm gonna throw dolph Lundgren in time out for the name. Austria. Is dolph Lundgren, who was Ivan Drago in rocky four gonna throw him in time out for something that he almost did too, so Vesta loan while filming? Oh, could have changed movie history, forever, play next on the show on mytalk one seven one clap, everything entertainment, Lori. And.

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"polanski  " Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:11 min | 3 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"You come in and buy socks to this Monday morning. This is hang on. This is what I think it is. Let's. Party rock. Yeah. Party. Right. Very interesting. Okay. Dan, Polanski John, Bryan? Rachel has just Rachel is obviously here everyone and she is doing a fantastic job this morning. She during the last break, she referred to her theme as nothing other than brilliant. So everyone's start formulating your guesses right now. So for those who missed the first segment just talking about current market and wanted to debunk, you know, some of the talk out there of this. You know, super terrific tremendous ultra bull run that were on even though you know, up 'til Thursday the market down six seven days transports fell for nine consecutive days. Longest losing streak since two thousand nine SNP has literally gone nowhere but down for over two weeks. John this stuck out to us this week to a couple of other items. You know, we had been talking back and forth. John mentioned the Manafort or not the Manafort, I guess Manafort fits in with it. Right. The Muller probe probe findings as perhaps. Holding back this market putting a cap on you know, where we can be with this market right now, John here's some things that we saw. Okay. This past this past week. Lot of the momentum names that had been leading this market, right? I'm gonna I'm gonna specifically go to the software names, right? Which had been big big leaders almost to a name are now off more than ten percent from where they were just maybe five trading days ago, you know, insert name here, everyone, you know, twi-. Leo spunk. Tableau limit throw tesla. Tesla has been getting absolutely mauled of late another name. And again, it doesn't carry the same weight within the market as it once did. But still a headline name how about GE below ten. Yes. GE back below ten certainly going back and forth. Had that really tough interview with Jamie Morgan analyst mister Tusa there where they announced that perhaps this year there would be negative negative cash flow negative cash for a year. He was one of the first hand is to really was he's he's been very he's been very good about GE. He he's he's been very good. He's he's called it the way that he saw. And I think that's I think that's fair. And I I think actually in today's day and age, John. You know, the way a lot of research reports are written think what he's done has been very gutsy. Yeah. So is it is this the end, we don't buy stocks more. Okay. Here's here's what else we've seen. Okay. Here's what else the chip stocks. You know, a lot of people like to look the semiconductors this kind of lead agents right for where we're going with respect to with respect to the market. Right. You know, you got some of these guys, you know, I look at Micron, right? Probably probably the most widely followed, you know, in terms of I would say in terms of volatility volatile. Chip stock Micron went from forty three a week ago to sub thirty. Yeah. You know? So you're talking again, another move of more than ten percent down on. No, no, no, no, no, real company-specific news. We talked about this. This is the time of year. Now a past writings, we got this. I'd say a period. Dr winter period, you call it. It's just a headline news could affect the market, and John I think we identified I mean, really didn't we you know, we talked about how this could be a dangerous spot. Right. We talked about that. Several weeks ago. You know, once we got out of got out of earning season. You're in that law. We spoke we spoke at length about how the Muller probe, and the, you know, his findings could certainly way on markets, especially in a news vacuum, and guess what? That's all we've got. You know, it does seem it does seem to be a news vacuum out there for the most part. I mean, no one week one week this week. We woke up the big news of the day. Was Kroger earnings Kroger earnings and down ten percent. And that kind of gives you a feel though John doesn't give you feel for punitive. These markets are right now buying groceries right now. Right. Exactly. In the defense. The actually guided higher the got it. Well, I think that's the point John is that, you know, the these Mark they're looking for anything at this point anything. And and we're seeing the opposite. We're seeing a lot of companies like you said beaten revenue beat earnings, but guide lower guide a little bit right died a little bit lower and the danger. There is that, you know, simply put if you own growth name, you know, with multiple and you dare guide a little bit lower, your, you can only imagine, you know, do your own math. I mean, if they're gonna take a no no multiple name like Kroger down thirteen percent on earnings any sort of growth name is vulnerable. And again, it's probably a one off quarterly type thing, but any sort of growth name is going to be vulnerable in that, you know, in that environment. You know, John. So I think you know, right. As you say what what is it? What's going on? You know? I mean, I think you're certainly now starting to hear some of the bears come out is, you know, it does it start to feel a little bit recessionary. Right. Does the environment start to feel a little bit recessionary, John? I think you I think you nailed it, you know, with respect to Muller. And also also said this last week we said this the week before let's not forget there is no trade deal as of right now. Exactly. Right. There is no trade deal. And a lot of talking heads want to go out there and say, oh, well, it's gonna be sell the new sell the news. No one knows until we get the news. And let's put it. Let's put it this way, the normalization. I'll keep this real simple. John the normalization of global supply chains the normalization of global supply chains is enormous enormously bullish. If there is nothing else in that report or excuse me in that agreement if there's nothing else in that agreement other than getting us back to square one where we don't have the punitive tariffs. Maybe get lowered on the Chinese side. Right. Maybe get lowered on that side. But if we don't have those punitive tariffs. Allow companies to utilize the chain that they want to to supply their goods and services. That's enormously bullish again, it will not take holding media lake will not take holding mmediately nor nor did. I mean, if you think about John, you know, you look at the slow down. You know, the slowdown that we are in right? This global economic slowdown didn't take hold immediately. As soon as the tariffs were announced. There's a lag we have been saying for months. You know, keep it simple tax cut. Good tariffs. Bad today. This morning, in fact, on CNBC there to learn a long discussion about a tariffs how they're hurting the economy how they're hurting the consumer rights fair right in that that goes back to the old. You know, how Trump, you know, the president likes to say that no the money's piling up in the coffers. So I think the only problem is the Chinese aren't paying those are, you know, are importers paying those pay those tariffs that ultimately, the consumer will pay those tariffs. So yeah. So it's interesting that you say that mentioned a Bank wells fargos raising an answer fee and a lot of fines it also the comeback. And for those for those say somewhere. Exactly. Right. John. So, you know, and I also want to bring this back kind of bring the whole thing into context. Right. You know, we we saw this move. Right. We saw this move upright beginning what end of you know, what you're going to end up December. Right. This move. Well, that move kind of got us back to where we were in December. Right. Little bit lower. Okay. Little bit lower. Now that that previous move up into those November December highest rate of eighteen last year that kind of got us back to where we were last January who we were full circle the point here being everyone the point here is that in reality. The market hasn't moved in at least thirteen months it hasn't. It's moved down. It's rebounded higher. It's move lower. It's rebounded higher. The market has not moved in thirteen and put it in context. We've been in these periods before in our professional lives here, we've seen something like this before or the sideways market and goes back to bundles were in March right now, April fifteenth tax day. That's employ people hate if you still want to get some tax savings. Call the opposite. We can still do an IRA takes us about takes about fifteen minutes. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, you know, definitely an and what we can also. Do is certainly start to do some planning and a lot of guys have really appreciated. This do some planning around next year's, tax liability. It's never it's never too early. Never too early to think about that. So if fact I wish we had a call in show of somebody put the number out there. I wish people would call and tell us they're getting a larger tax refund or a lower tax refund or how their tax liabilities working. This is the first year at the the new tax cut, and we're hearing obviously, the newest tax refunds down because you have to remember the adjusted those withholding tables and don't want to just know, they're withholding right, and no one adjusted withholding and. But I'm interested to hear. And if you are in that situation just just want almost an independent poll. What's out there? Five one eight three four eight seven seven seven zero. Is that number right into Madison wealth managers, certainly leave? If it happens to be after hours, leave name leave number, and and also again, we we implore you please get a copy of maximizing your social security. I'm have also we've got some calls in the last couple of weeks. Even though we really haven't brought it up around the estate planning guide as well. John looking for the estate planning estate planning guide. Probably again, never a bad time. You know early in the year before summer comes right before things get active right with with everyone's individual lives. Probably pretty decent decent time to start doing some reading. So give the office a call. We'll get a cop. We'll get a copy out totally free of charge everyone, and how often can can you really say that day. How can you beat that? So here we are a halftime already everyone, Dan Polanski John Bryant, so proud to be your Madison wealth managers here. This Sunday every Sunday planning for prosperity Ray. Radio hour here. W G Y. Rachel will be back after the break. We are working through her brilliant brilliant theme music of the week. So ready for part three. We'll see in just a couple of. Thank you so much..

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"polanski  " Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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"polanski  " Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"polanski " Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"What that sound was. I. By the way, Matt. This reminds me of remember your old phone when you were constantly calling me, I feel so why did you bring that up? No. It just reminded me of it of like, why does it match us go into the the setting in fix that? And then I went oh, remember like eight years ago. When message me. Every day and leave me long five minute pocket. Dial dial messages where you're talking to your family. You're talking to your agent like I would get I learned so much about that. I'm sure you didn't about that. Inter I knew I would listen to I would sometimes like call you like tell you tell you parts about the conversations I are until there was one point where I was just like mad. You got. I did I changed you to change the spelling of your name. But you were the first a I was the first day but adds add someone else, I know who is not a real number before. Anyway. Yeah. That was many phones ago. Manny. Sorry about that. I had two ways of phone, and it was really really frustrating because out of the country. Right. I used to I remember I was on tour with some friends in anytime. I plugged my phone in to whatever car, we were driving the first song that would come up would be this song from fun home because he was quote, a something something something, and they would always make fun of me about this song. And then I read something about it. Very similar mad. If like if you put in this thirty seconds of silence that has the title a that'll never happen to you. Yeah. Anyway. Okay. Okay for you. Yeah. It was. All right. So now, I'm going to judge you thank you for bringing technique to. Hey that I like to change my answer. Eight. Unfortunately, I'm going to give the the winner of that round his lap. His career. I'm dance you can say. I'm gonna give. This one this one point. I'll just give you a point. Okay. Okay. A point. All right. A little. All right. So now Reardon you the only way you can win is if I get the point because then we'll have to go to a riddle off. But don't let that influence you. Okay. Get what you get when you cross the Whitlow with a question Moke and dip it in ink. What do you get when you cross the Riddler with a question? Mark meeting on his buddy sued or just. Okay, Reeler with a question, Mark. And you dip it in ink. Are we're going to Matt Walsh. Permanent question. Ooh, I love. Oh. All right now, we go to Roman Polanski read there with a question Mark dipped in ink. I think you get. And Jim Carey. Inside a large vet the vet future that inky liquid black dark dark liquid so dark. It has a bottomless bid Jim Carey, sinks, sinks down six. Whether it's like endless, hold the button at the center of the they'd gets. And what does he find his knees womb his mother's womb and his mother bird seem and it comes out comes out of his mother's womb? And I am right there filming it the hollow camera filming someone's for China. Whereas all right. All right enough about me. Okay. You get an inkling of an idea. Ooh. I would like to change my answer. No, no, no to be to have a winner. All right. Who who gets that point? I think it's pretty obvious women plants ski, which means Roman Polanski. You are winter. Oh, wow points. And that's how we play. I haven't felt this good. This is a good song. Ridler? There wasn't good. That's a good song. That's a really good short. Wow. That is a good song. Wow. Congratulations row plants. Hey, what are you gonna do with your victory? I would probably, you know, use it to jump stocked my movie career in Hollywood people, Scott or communists, signed off. Like, oh, no, no. No, no, please. Don't people. Endorsement you fully endorsed. He'd just want a game on my show. I think no, I don't think you should come back. No win. I didn't. You're the one who had signed him the that gave him the way. Did you say Tracy reared rules? Well, I do make the rules in the rule is that we have time for just one last feature on this show, and is a little something called plugs. The show..

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