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"rachel williams" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

12:15 min | 8 months ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"To that was Mr Annan full. And the Duchess of Sussex reflecting on the Forces for change cover. This was actually recorded back in August last year. And I think there was some confusion when it was posted on the Sussex World Account that they had just filmed this especially to mark this achievement. Sources say that it was actually within the palace a video that wasn't initially going to see the light of day. I think some people didn't agree that it should be ed for whatever reason but now that the Duchess of Sussex are in control of things themselves. I think they felt like we should post it and I'm glad they did. I think it's great to see this. Sort of more candid lights side of them. Of course we get very little insight into how they work and how they all behind the scenes. It's always great see. This week was also an incredibly important wink. For Camilla. The Duchess of Cornwall. Who SPEAK TO THE? Daily Mail about how some of her own friends of suffered from domestic violence and hearing the victim stories on friend side but also through a charity that she's working closely with safe lives really her to want to do more when it came to campaigning on behalf of abused women in the UK. We saw her host a reception. Clarence House which is her London. Home to mark the fifteen. Th Anniversary of safe lies charity here in the UK which fights against a rising epidemic of domestic abuse. The engagement brought together a number of women and survivors. That the Duchess's mets on previous engagements and also was to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the charity itself and launched their Valentine's campaign which is really celebrating. The courageous journey that many male and female survivors have been through joining me. Now is a of safe live. Suzanne Jacob who is with the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House this week for a very important engagement for the charity. Thanks for joining me Suzanne. Thanks it's been quite a busy week for you guys a big stage for you guys this week as well because it has been wall to wall coverage on this engagement that the Duchess of Cornwall tied with safe lives this week. A very important cause for her. Yeah we're really incredibly appreciative of her. Willingness to engage with us. Not just this week but as you know dating back now. Four years over four years her engagement with the issue With the survivors that we support with us is a charity. A that means a great deal to us and the ripple effect of that is extraordinary. We have people contact us from all over the world since Wednesday to talk about what it means to them to see her. Take such a meaningful interest in what's going on in their lives and trying to make a difference. You mentioned that. This relationship began back in two thousand sixteen. How was it that the duchess I learned about save lives? Well I think she. She had expressed an interest to her advisers about the issue and they did very diligent. Work Making sure that she was then introduced to a number of organizations with aim. She might develop a compensation to learn more about the the topic more about the way organizations like 'cause work and to meet people who've had pestle experiences and of course this week we saw her meet up with a number of women who've been involved with safe lives this week The engagement was really tied into Valentine's campaign to celebrate the collective strength and resilience thousands of male and female victims across the country. How long does it usually take to bring something like this together? I mean presumably the relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall has continued behind the scene since twenty. Sixteen it's not always just engagements that we see this working partnership we've had the opportunity to engage a number of times since twenty sixteen One of the things that we work on a great deal at save lives the need to make sure that the response to domestic abuse isn't just held exclusively in the criminal justice system and we're passionately advocating the need for the health system in particular take a greater interest in domestic abuse domestic abuse to be treated as a public health. Problem is it so clearly is and it's so endemic Say We accompany turn visit to the Royal Stoke Hospital a couple of years ago so she could meet specialist workers. We call them. It was independent. Rustic violence advises located in that hospital to see the difference. It can make if you move that response into a health setting rather than have it based just in the community or indeed in Criminal Justice Setting We also then engaged with her a couple of years ago now at the Kamath heads of government meeting in London Where she talked a little about the role of employers in identifying and responding. What's going on for their employees and making sure that they're well supported so that people can stay in the workplace and in the workforce when they're having an experienced domestic abuse so it's been a long running and extremely constructive conversation and she has been able to highlight with some of the things that we feel are most important and as I say that has meant a great deal to survive is all of whom have taken lots of notice of the fact that she didn't just do this one. She didn't just do this twice but this is a really important sustained theme for her for her public work. And why do you think it is so important? We had a candidate remarks from the touches this week. In the Daily Mail newspaper she spoke about how this is an issue that affects everyone. It doesn't matter who you are and what your background is. And she sheds some very important words in that interview. But you spent time with yourself. What do you think it is that it makes us so passionate about this particular subject? Well she very generously says that the contact with safe lives and the survivors that we have brought her into contact with is the thing that really made the most significant difference to her so in twenty sixteen. We we invited her to. What was quite an experiential event In which Some of the survivors. We call them. Pioneers he worked with had laid out in the middle of the room and item that had particular resonance for them and their experience that they had had and talk about their experience from the perspective of of how the item was involved and I think she was really really moved by that experience. And that's what she's continued to to reflect on since was the sheer scale and severity of the issue really came home to her. That's event and the dire impact on people's identity and in a humanity really came home to her and I think that's something which people who know less about domestic abuse sometimes wouldn't understand is that it's not just about co some breezes and physical manifestations of harm so say very much about the psychological impact on people that goes on for years sometimes for decades after an experience is over and I think that touched her very personally and has stayed with ever since one of the things that really impressed me about the Dutch Sis. Thoughts on this was when she spoke about that twenty sixteen will that first meeting with? Save lives. She came away thinking. What can we do a bounce? It rather than just sort of leaving and moving onto the next thing. We often associate members of the royal family with sort of cutting ribbons than we think. It's very much about the pomp pageantry but for her. This is really about getting involved to make a difference and she says to break down the stigma surrounding the subject of domestic violence. Because of course every still such a strong taboo around it absolutely and I think that's such a a wonderful thing for the the survivors. He reconnect with. You understand him for our team to to think about it. Safe lives were very practical organization We actually leave a lot of campaigning. Work TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS WAY. More focused on that practical Change that can be achieved in local areas and the Nashnamie and I think that that again is something that felt quite important to who was the sentences you say. What can we actually do? How do we make this change And she really listened to the women who are in the room that day. Do you understand what they felt. Positive change would look like and this week. We saw the duchess reunited with one of the women. She'd met on a previous engagements Rachel Williams domestic piece of I've Who I believe is when they met four years ago and most recently they were able to talk about sort of how far she's come from then it was. I stood out to me that Millard personally kept in touch with Rachel Williams since then and you seen this sort of extra effort made by the Duchess to really sort of be as hands on involved as possible. Well she quoted Rachel in his speeches. Since the moment they met in twenty sixteen We arranged visit for her with a colleague organization in New Zealand called shine and when she went to that organization she quoted what she'd heard from. Rachel. Rachel sent her book That Rachel wrote they'd been in touch about other things I know that Rachel wrote to her about the phenomenal conference that Rachel Round for survivors all across the UK last year in which hundreds of survivors came together to lift their voices to speak about their experiences and to draw strength from each other. And through all of that right Chilin the Duchesse de appear to have made a very personal connection which is incredible. You mentioned that the impact from Wednesday's engagement had already seen people reaching out from different parts of the world. How important is it for an organization like save lives to have a member of the royal family or someone prominent position shining? That spotlight on the work. That you're doing I think it's tremendously important That public position as Is a very important thing in the royal family do resonate for people all over the world and so two to adopt this as an issue an awesome an organization that she feels she want's to speak about on a public platform into US have public platform to draw? Attention is an incredible thing because it would be very easy not to do that or to only think about causes and issues which are a bit sort of safer in people's minds and it's incredibly important that we don't treat issues like domestic abuse if they've got to be kept out of public sight and out of view bad things go on behind closed doors because they're behind closed doors because their secret and the more that people with a public profile as well as those of us in the charity sector and another parts of the community can raise that the more we chip away at the kind of monster of secrecy that lives around domestic abuse and helps it to happen and of course there is still so much work to be done. I mean I was reading some of the statistics at least two women that killed each week in the UK by carnal fallen partners multi-million reports and it's important emphasize reports domestic apiece each year. What is on the horizon for.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Rocket

"We'll find out if scam downtown is available for swimmers ways. We should fund that show that that's that's a really really good idea. Thank you squarespace. Okay rocket listeners. It's christina nick year making a little bit of an edits postproduction edit really to hear our interview with rachel williams the author of the book my friend anna was so good and it went on for a really long time. So what we've actually done is split into two parts so this is the first part of our interview with rachel and the second part will be airing next week. Frequent rocket listeners will know that we're a little bit obsessed with scams from theranos to move past to fire festival. We frequently comment on in. I would even say that we delight in covering scams and scamsters. One of the subjects we've spoken about repeatedly is anna dovey dovey whose whose real name is anna. Sorokin pretended to be a german heiress. She's actually russian and she gritted new york city hotels and her associates out of hundreds of thousands thousands of dollars. She was convicted on several counts of attempted grand larceny earlier this year and sentenced to four to twelve years in prison now. If you know about delhvi it's probably because of jessica pressler's amazing two thousand eighteen new york magazine cover story about horizon fall and shonda rhimes is working on a show about debbie based on pressler's article for net flex now believe we and by we i almost certainly me me because i do recall both simone and possibly bree protesting called l._v. the quote patron saint of rocket and our year end show last december with <hes>. There's something fascinating about a nobody who was successfully s. fully able to convince new york city both businesses and regular people that she was rich but one person who almost certainly does not share in our our delight or kind of the cultural collective delight over delhvi and her crimes is rachel deloche williams one of anna's former friends and one of the biggest victims of anna's ms deception <hes> the d._r. is that delbene invited williams on an all expense paid vacation in marrakesh but then when it came time to pay a anna couldn't come up with the money the intimacy williams to put down her own credit card promising to pare back and the bill was sixty three thousand dollars more than blooms made in an entire year and delhvi then never paid her back and in fact rachel's friend anna wasn't rich at all and this theft is what wound up leading to an arrest williams a former homers photo editor for vanity fair wrote about her experiences with shelby and the impact the crime has had on her life in her book my friend anna and in true fire festival fashion one one and it'll be t._v. Show isn't enough and h._b._o. And lena dunham have optioned racial story and rachel is here with us today to talk about her book and anna rachel thank you so so must much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. That was a great introduction. Yeah i was gonna say. I know that was really long but i wanted to try to kinda. Give people context. Was there anything anything that i missed were misconstrued before we continue no not a bit i feel like i just relived the past well in a eh. Eh not not as the first time so. I wanna tell you and we turned to book you for the show. This is so so true all three of us like usually when we bring an author onto the show. One of us read the book all three of us. Yes became obsessed with this book. I'm reading thing for freaking having rail to different events. I've got my whole staff in my car and they're listening to your book as we're driving from event ventoux event in massachusetts and it's dudes that they don't they don't care about a- i'm like i'm the candidate. You're gonna listen to this and you're gonna like it so in canada. You've got my vote. If i looked at my dad who's running for congress <unk> while i went through part of the experience oh yeah and as a democrat democrat in tennessee <hes> he's mental healthcare professional so it was a curve ball signed. It was his first time running for a cup for public office but i got to see the end zaid of a congressional campaign campaign exhausting work. I grew up in mississippi in christina grew up next door to us well. I'm the ticket instant shined to you guys so yeah. <hes> i mean i guess it was started about the book it really opens with your friendship with <hes> with with anna and yeah. I'm older than you and christina. I'm forty two and i it it it. It really felt like a a agip starts being a genuine millennial friendship. I mean you're going to like this uptown like detox bar. You're being irradiated from the inside five why riding around listening to <hes> listen to hip hop music doing all debts and then it takes us really dark turn in the red the red the media coverage about this new about the hotel the horror there but what i found so compelling about your book was was you kind of go from this friendship into seeing like how deeply uncomfortable it is to see like security guards toasted in your hotel room trying to intimidate you into paying an and edges being deliberately oblivious. I mean i i already know way was it's like i read the book at all or what was that like yeah i think in in manhattan in the in the place where we both lived for a time you know her sort sort of <unk> spontaneity and impulsiveness the weight and the risks seemed much lighter and i didn't realize how deep that sort of risk taking gang went until all of a sudden we were america and she had very little concern for you know safety and an authority in a in a very different setting and it felt out much much more serious and you know over the course of the week that that pressure and intensity intention intensified <hes> until my last they america's when these managers appeared in the villa and would leave without a wouldn't leave without a functioning credit card <hes> and yeah that's when i realized you know what this person. Jason actually isn't someone you know. It was a culmination of things but over the course of that time. I certainly realized this was fun but this isn't a person who shares with my values are shares. My outlook on safety or or worldview are so many different things. I you know it's not that i recognized her as an impostor that stage each but i saw in the friendship that this person i wouldn't take a big step back from yellowish ler so let me ask you about that because this is the question that i had i had it. When i read your vanity affair article i had when i read the new york magazine article had it reading your book and you. You've answered it a little bit but i have. I can't stop fixating on this talk. Let me through the credit card issue like what was that like got you to pull out your not. Just your personal inexpert your corporate amex and hand that over over. Was it just like sharing with it. The fear was it. You believed or like talk me through that because that's the whole thing sharon. I'm trying to imagine myself in this situation. I'm like i don't think i would ever do do that or at least i hope but talk me what that was like part of the way that cons works like khan confidence tricks work i think is it's it's a combination of things have started with once not a small thing but one thing i could wrap my head around which was booking the flights which was a manageable amount of money for me to front but it starts is there and then it's a little bit more and a little bit more and it's kind of like you don't realize how deep you're in when you're in it until you step out of it later and you're like oh my god. How did this happen the a hotel the way that unfolded specifically was very <hes> different. I'd say from the money i fronted outside of the hotel you know for captains in the marketplace for the flights where it added up to a significant amount of money but something i had agreed to to some extent not realizing obviously that she wasn't gonna wire me the money as she promised the hotel itself else you know firstly. I had no idea that i had that high credit limit. That was a shock. I you know i saw all those people saying like how out of this girl at like it was a lot of that charge card not a credit card and usually inexact not correct. It's a soft off-spinning limit. They check your spending patterns responsible lending a group. I didn't know existed until his experience flags account. If you go outside of your regular spending patterns when that morning when i woke up it was it was a thursday was my last full day america. It was the perfect storm. It was like the trainer was sick and needed to go home. Everybody was relying on me you to figure everything out which i can't. You know totally blame them. I had kind of stressed myself into the symbolic <unk> involuntary producer position because it's what i in my nature you know <hes> mhm that i am often and caretaker plus. It was my job <hes> another thing. I think that made me vulnerable is the fact that i was a photo producer and i was so used to operating reading under stress in putting out fires into making sure everybody else have they needed so it actually made me think vulnerable in some ways to a situation sort of getting pulled in and and taking it upon myself although i didn't see a way out of it <hes> but i also think that's the same skill set the problem solving the looking for creative solutions. The the <hes> stress under pressure air. Sorry grace under pressure sort of having to think quickly is part of how i got out of it as well but anyway i was told that the the credit card they needed to have unfiled these two managers who were not leaving without a credit card. I was told that they needed it for a temporary. Hold which hotel is supposed to have before you check in you know when you gaito tell. They have a hotel <unk> credit card on file so that they can authorize whatever incidentals blah blah blah that like that's what they were missing so i was told this credit card is just is going to be on file until misde- l._v. settles the balance which she'll have to do and she will be to settle the full balance when she checks out she was leaving after me the following mm day so i felt kind of had a safety net because i had an earlier flight you know at the first thing in the morning so i thought you know worse case scenario. I'll be gone before her. She can't turn turned to meet a fix this. If i'm already ryan's winning when in actuality what probably happened is that she was able to convince them. Will you have a credit card on file. You can just the news that <hes> so we ended up like you thought like okay. She can't screw me but she did. Let me i got the sense reading reading your book that basically from the minute you handed over that card your anxiety kind of started and and and you started to kind of worry about that a lot you wrote a lot about the ridiculous excuses that she offered over the coming days and weeks. When did it start to sink in that you were in like really deep and that she might not be paying you back or gessler mortal point when it did occur to you that she might not be able to pay you back. It took a painfully long time. I think probably there other people who would have figured that part out faster. I i think part of the reason why it took me so long. It took me to answer your question directly. I think it took me like maybe a month a month. <hes> until i was really questioning whether or not she could access the money at that point. I wasn't questioning that she was who she said she was really believed that for <hes> i take two months because i she was so consistent in her storytelling that whatever i hadn't heard from her directly i heard from other people and i i you know i had gone out out of i had picked up the people who had met her through in sat them down and said what do you know about this person..

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"rachel williams" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Perspective Sorkin is a convicted fraudster performer friend Rachel Williams is speaking out saying she wondered how she missed all the red flags from the convicted con woman she discussed a relationship can in her schemes ABC's Deborah Roberts why is very impulsive and free spirited and timing I really liked her don't be made an impression on everyone she met were you sort of seduced by her and her behavior in some way I yes I was captivated by I was sort of fascinated by her willingness to just challenge boundaries claiming to be a German heiress with the sixty seven million dollar trust fund she talked her way into exclusive New York parties in night clubs which is how she met Rachel Williams in twenty sixteen then a twenty eight year old photo editor at Vanity Fair magazine in my late twenties I was a period of major transition for me and my friends a lot of them were getting married or having babies are leaving the city and I was so glad to have this person he was available and seemed really excited to be my friend the pair soon became inseparable living the glamorous life of two young women in Manhattan why do you think she was able to sort of walk into rooms and sort of do what she wanted to some degree probably because he's a young white female also a lot of it had to do with her specific time she seems a.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two hundred fifty five four star engines fine handling is just great BMW's new three series shows there is still a lot of fun left in the sedan market let's give it a full five stars what the court chronicles test drive I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS news this Sorkin is a convicted fraudster her former friend Rachel Williams is speaking out saying she wondered how she missed all the red flags from the convicted con woman she discussed a relationship Sorkin in her schemes ABC's Deborah Roberts she just was very impulsive and free spirited and timing I really liked her and until he made an impression on everyone she met were you sort of seduced by her and her behavior in some way yes I was captivated by I was sort of fascinated by her willingness to just challenge boundaries claiming to be a German heiress with the sixty seven million dollar trust fund she talked her way into exclusive New York parties in night clubs which is how she met Rachel Williams in twenty sixteen then a twenty eight year old photo editor at Vanity Fair magazine in my late twenties I was a period of major transition for me and my friends a lot of that we're getting married or having babies are leaving the city and I was so glad to have this person he was available and seemed really excited to be my friend the pair soon became inseparable living the glamorous life of two young women in Manhattan why do you think she was able to sort of walk into rooms and sort of do what she wanted to some degree probably because he's a young white female also a lot of it had to do with her specific time she seems a good world.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Perspective

"Anna Sorkin is a convicted fraudster her former friend Rachel Williams's speaking out saying she wondered how she missed all the red flags from the convicted con woman she discussed her relationship with Sorkin and her schemes A._B._C.'s Deborah Roberts she just wise very impulsive and free spirited and charming. I really liked her and adobe. We made an impression on everyone she met. Were you sort of seduced by her in her behavior in some ways I'd say yes I was captivated by I was sort of fascinated by her. Willingness to just challenge boundaries claiming claiming to be a German heiress with sixty seven million dollar trust fund. She talked her way into exclusive New York parties and nightclubs which is how she met Rachel Williams in two thousand sixteen then a twenty eight year old photo editor at Vanity Fair Magazine Z. and my late Twenties I was a period of major transition for me and my friends a lot of them were getting married or having babies are leaving the city and I was so glad to have this person who was available and seemed really excited to be my friend. The the pair soon became inseparable living glamorous life of two young women in Manhattan. Why do you think she was able to sort of walk into rooms and sort.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To, to continue to. Lourdes from her history. Because there's this. In fact, twenty two percent of the American youth. They simply don't. It wasn't holocaust photo with narrative that explain Anne Frank's life into being sent to Auschwitz Bret Hart eighth grader Rachel Williams is a tour guide. I had known about the holocaust because it's part of my family heritage. And I think this is a really good program. I think more will need to have it to collection is in the lobby of the Dell's, Il building across from city hall until Friday, it open to the San Francisco public library, July fifth in Oakland, but Butler, KCBS frozen red raspberries, from Washington state farm are being recalled across the western US WinCo foods as it sold frozen red raspberries, manufactured by raider farms of Bellingham, Washington, that may be contaminated with norovirus, the twelve ounce package with a best by date of February thirteenth twenty twenty one where sold in stores in Arizona California, Idaho, Montana whole bunch of source in the west basically the food and Drug administration found contamination. And a sample tests. No one has reported getting sick, but the Boise Idaho based companies urging people to throw away or return, their products back to the store for a full refund J Simpson has posted a cryptic tweet that says he has quote, a little getting even to do Simpson confirmed these open to Twitter account until the Associated Press, there are some things to straighten out. He did not say what those things are. But he says his followers will be able to read his thoughts and opinions on pretty much everything in his Twitter posts..

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"rachel williams" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And looking at the San Leandro. Area. We still have the connector ramp from southbound eighty two to thirty eight shut down your next traffic update at three fifty eight. On the traffic leader, KCBS, KCBS, six day forecast, looking pretty good morning. Clouds near the coast and bay today will give way to sunny skies. It'll be a bit warmer. Today. Highs upper sixties at the beaches. Mid seventies near the bay upper eighties, too low nineties inland Tuesday through Saturday calling for more of the same sunny skies. Highs upper sixties to low seventies at the beaches, mid up or seventies along the bay upper eighties, too, low nineties inland right now in San Francisco, it's fifty five degrees in Pacifica, fifty three degrees in Santa Cruz and Hayward. It's fifty seven degrees. Traffic and weather together on the, it's on all news one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS Nick Palmer and never Inger Sohn are. Are at the KCBS editor's desk. KCBS news time is three fifty a photo gallery featuring and Frank has been travelling around the west and open last week. In Oakland KCBS, Bob Butler says he exhibit uses Frank's own words to explain her day to day life during the whole accost photo of narrative some in francs own word about her life and hiding until being sent to Auschwitz Bret Hart. Eighth grader. Rachel Williams is one of the tour guides not a lot of people know, if more people are insensitive and are ignorant and sometimes it's not their fault, and I wanna make, I think it's a good thing to make sure this.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Really? Really making wait for the next. I I haven't read all the books to you know, Kiefer Sutherland's full name. No. But I going to get one Kiefer William Frederick Dempsey, George Rufus Sutherland. Yes, sir. We his dad is famous like you can't hide you can't hide from what you did this father Donald Sutherland picked Keefer to honor Warren Keefer who directed him in the first film. He did. Okay. But I don't know. How you explain all the other ones? Yeah. It's a lot. I love my middle name. Rachel's William is beautiful and elegant, and I love it. It's Celia C L A and was my grandmother's name. Yes. It's funny that you mention the saints thing because I weirdly don't want to say what our son's middle name is. But it's a sane. And so is mine. My mental name is Andrew I know that I I knew you knew my mail. No, you're you're sharing it with our audience. So griffin. I have a surprise for you. I'm getting a new middle name. No. I reached out to one Clint McElroy to see if there was a story behind your name. Oh, okay. This is new information for me. I said, hey, I'm thinking about talking about middle names on wonderful. And I'm wondering if there's any store behind Griffin, Andrew, and he said that your mom was convinced you were having a girl so that they hadn't even considered boy names. But then when you quote turn profile to show junk during the ultrasound dad, they realized it was crunch time. So they got every baby name book on the planet. And they had the two syllable two syllable thing with Justin Tyler and Travis Patrick. So they wanted to stick with that. But they spent literally every evening for a month looking baby name books as long as text. Oh, it keeps going. Okay. He's that he really pushed for Clinton Email McElroy the. Third. My my dad's a junior we never ever ever talked about that. I've I've seen him referred to as Clinton Email macro junior maybe twice in my life. So. They apparently were watching an episode of amazing stories that had the actor Griffin Dunne in it, and that appeal to your mom as a first name. Okay. And they are gonna fucking Google Viscaya. Are you kidding me? Griffin. Dunne D U N E. He's on this as us. No, okay. I think I know this guy, and he was more than than the actor. That's where they got the Nate idea wasn't like. Your mom was super into him. As a thespian doesn't matter. I have his name I need to any to I need to write him a letter or something your dad said they picked Andrew in the delivery room cooled. And I said, oh, I guess by the third kid. You're less precious about names. And he was like actually we felt more pressure for Griffin. Because we knew he was going to be the last co-production. Yeah. True. And then he goes on to talk about his middle name Email, and how terrible it was. Yeah. Wow. Well, sounds like you got in way over your head. But hey, can I still you away?.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Consta- lead the Justice department. Fox's Rachel Sutherland joins us live from Washington. Rachel William Barr told the Senate Judiciary committee, he wants to be as transparent as possible about the Russia probe and let it reach its conclusion ranking member Dianne Feinstein will you commit to providing Mr. Muller with the resources funds and time needed to complete this investigation. Yes. Republican chairman Lindsey Graham, do you believe Mr. Muller would be involved in which against anybody? I don't I don't believe. Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch-hunt bar? Also defended a memo critical of Robert Muller last summer saying it was narrow in scope and written on his own initiative rich, Rachel the Trump administration's plan to include a citizenship question in the twenty twenty cents is has been blocked by federal judge in New York. The Commerce Department wanted to add the question which hasn't appeared on census form since nineteen. Fifty President Trump is bypassing democratic leadership by inviting rank and file members to the White House to discuss the ongoing partial government shutdown and shutdowns now in its twenty fifth day with the president's demand for five point seven billion dollars in border wall funding remaining to be the main roadblock in negotiations educators in the nation's second largest school district are walking picket lines today. Tens of thousands of teachers in the Los Angeles unified school district are on strike over pay class sizes and resources this teacher doesn't see the strike ending anytime soon. We're all very resourceful. We're willing to fight the fight. We are not going to buckle easily. We this is very important strike is affecting about six hundred forty thousand students stocks are currently trading in positive territory. The Dow SNP and NASDAQ all showing modest gains midway through the trading day..

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Save. Broadcasting. Rachel William Pete witty joining us about certain charitable things have price hill chili soon to make its move to Kenwood. But I sent you. Some video of the crocodile whisper that the man wants to see the Crockett crocodile whisper how we looking. Taking bets on him. I think he's going to go the way of Christly man who thought he had a inside track. Just loving caring relationship with the wild grizzly bears that he lived amongst until they decided, hey, there's a food storage. And this guy looks like a meal segman, you'd be plump. Yes. I would to be like a Meatball. You know what I'm saying? Have you seen the crocodile whisper? Now, I'm going to look at it now, though because Rachel's gonna show it to me on the blog this guy lays across the body Nile crocodiles swims with them, and he thinks they're in love with him. How do you do that the first time? I got this great idea. Well is there? No one in his life that he can lay next to. Well. That's there to say. Hey, man might not be the best idea. Speaking of that Pete witty give the segment a full report price L chilies building their new facility there next to graders on Ken road. What's the latest? Well, I my hope that they get the big tax incentive that I know there's Republican trustees out there and pick more count you like the how. But there's no doubt. It'll just be a second load location. They will not close down the flagship restaurant on Broadway in price hill. That's for sure. Now yet man wasn't. Oh, what's happening? Right today. We've got so Christmas it price hotel to benefit the elder food, and toy drives. So we're doing a happy hour from four to seven to go in the golden fleece lounge there at price so chilly. Absolutely. You've been there. And we're accepting monetary gifts as well. As brand new toys that we can distribute outer hands out food, boxes and toys to about two hundred and fifty families they Christmas they've been doing this for over forty years. This used to be something that we've probably delivered more in the over the Rhine West End area. But now we find ourselves delivering way more in the price hill areas. So it's very much closer to home for all the folks at outer and we'd love to have people swing through for this. Happy hour to casual gathering swing through drop a donation, and then have drank heavily county and then move onto your move on with your evening, four.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Ahead of second place. Third place, Richard, William to scrapping point noisy at the moment with any. It's as they make their way down towards turn six. Once again, the one number one writer, Richard, I'm Williams, has some great writing head this weekend. Trying to make move into turn. Number rights coined make his stake out the coming time. They make way now on the back straits onto wards left. I'm right. The chicane the final few corners. Tricky transition managing it quite well. At the moment brought by on the law slide into place positions would expect have been made, but running very writers. Over the line. Seventy-six second-place one cell in these one out of the corner. Very close just point. You don't even they make inter turn straight once again. Charlie leading. Any Pinson Richard, I should talk three full still had a. James, putting James placing in on robots. And the material vita off guy with was needs to score. Some points for the term helps clinched on now full floss rights overseas for this category is only three malls have touch soul in amongst time pulling side-by-side three, the final corner venture Williams great run on writers hundred side. Maybe how to look into droids poll side-by-side wasn't quick enough and strike knowing any Pinson has got land covered. Rachel Williams needs to be very brave on the inside of corner, twenty first hit on On next. this particular point, seven seconds. Now trying head of any pension. Just won't even mentioned the BUSTER was Mitch Williams. Second joins in any giant scouts Broadway now breaking into the top ten further places, Tony will be made very quickly. Indeed Kiko Charlie h. your race leader on two point, eight seconds as the GOP ahead of. Charlie little run out here. To the top. I save Ryan to the top ten, the pick. Elliot, Pinson rich times, literally tense between them. Keep your eye out on second place by the battle for the remaining physicians. Charlie Nesbitt drifting into turn. Sex makes to an apex. Stuff. The head of tribes William second, third, four by. Every yard. Roberts is six place as Jones giving Gavrilov. Clery joins coming over here, giving Gareth Roberts a hard target guys over to championship leader seventh-place the moment. Toughen has got ahead of Tom. Documenta around him not long ago. All the details that Johnstone have brought by untouched. Change your second, Richard Hines, Williams on any pension on the laws coming into turn three going white. Again, Williams position, Position, Eli, Eli. recent specs just Rodney was quite close north place in a fairly to be involved in the the first time perspective, Richard Williams may be carried away too much speed going into pushed him on and lost all our hard work. Head pretended the halfway race. S. no need to worry about so trivial things, four point, seven seconds is. Nine point, seven, six, five, four. One say the fast is extremely consistently. The moment went over five seconds ahead of any opinion point, nine seconds. Joe wolf Lino. Williams. Paul now coming under fire from with Roberson cloudy joins us the bathroom for fourth fifth and say Charlie bit low, leading this race, stunned six seconds, massive recall five to go this rights, flooring, petard flaws, fun. Pinson wantonly. Now, third returns Williams. Full then inches. Zones as well. Dreicer. Intent by spun imperil the pleasure of having. About that in fourteenth likes, Harvey nineteen. Vice must've. His relatively damage collarbone. I think it's. But down the big names, extra hundred costs probably the biggest cloths this year for. And. Charleena's, but then still leading six point, five seconds Ernie getting bigger and bigger. They got a lot. This point, any opinions. Sleepiq robots, ankle. Both going through on the last lap on Mitchell Williams dropping stone. Now in place on the moment, mine are long gone. Still going to measure of curry joins for the time being any ninety, seven, Tom waiter and Broadway top ten. Had Brennan pain, the Prenton Pavel dressing him, and I'm willing fifteen with around three lobster now racy over the line. Again..

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Sleep and we're back to anna delhvi first of all she's my favorite scammer i've read literally every piece of content on the internet about her rise and fall including a lot of comment threads i don't know who it was her or like her representative or whatever posted her mailing address in prison on her instagram and i sent her a snail mail letter asking her to come on the podcast i will get you if we're able to get a phone interview with anna delhvi on this podcast if someone knows her tell her that we would love to have iran so we can hear her story and how she got to where she is a whole way just prison which is prison i mean i think we know how she got where she is but that's the thing it's like when you read these articles there was a really really good pieces in both vanity fair and the cut that are super in depth about the calm that she played and sort of how she so successfully preyed on women a third class aspiration of these women it really it really is fascinating and masterful so i this vanity fair photo editor md rachel williams she was actually scanned by delhvi herself and ended up costing thousands of dollars so she wrote this piece about what exactly happened in vanity fair so basically she meets anna in a hotel and anna says that she's a german heiress who lives out of a hotel and has these grand plans to open what basically sounds like the soho house of art so it's going to be quote a dynamic visual art center dedicated to contemporary art and she talks about how she wants to use family trust money to afford this she wants to get investors she sounds like someone who has grand ambitious plans but here's the thing this kind of plan that if someone if you met somebody and a hotel even if they seemed rich and they told me they had this idea the plan would still kind of sound preposterous but that's one of the tenets of her scam which is the same way that tinker bell only exists if you believe in her like if you don't believe in her she dies and i had this way of making people believe these grand plans and these grand schemes of hers even though they sounded preposterous and in a kind of way the reason that they are kind of believable is because they sound over the top rachel writes in my line of work i had offered encountered ambitious well off individuals so though her undertaking sounded grand in scale and promising in theory my sincere enthusiasm hardly outweighed a measure of skepticism and again yeah you can see how you know someone media rich girl on a hotel who's like i had this grand idea to make this big lavish club full of art and rich people if anybody else told.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W w j news time to twenty cbs news special report the justice department has indicted twelve russian intelligence officers saying they hacked into e mail accounts run by the democratic national committee and the clinton campaign deputy attorney general rod rosenstein they targeted state and local officials responsible for ministering elections and they sent spear phishing emails to people involved in administering elections he adds in addition to releasing documents directly to the public the defendants transferred stolen documents to another organization that has not identified by name in the indictment cbs news legal analyst rikki cleveland at least in terms of an allegation you have substantial allegations here against people really directly involved in the russian government but cbs's paula reed says highly unlikely that any of these people will ever be extradited to the us to face charges we've seen that consistently not just russia but also china and other foreign actors cbs news special report and alison keys on newsradio nine fifty good afternoon i'm greg bowman and i'm brooke allen this justin celebrity photographer monica morgan has been sentenced to eighteen months in prison with a twenty five thousand dollar fine for her role in the chrysler uaw bribery case she only pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return and a deal made with prosecutors are john hewitt was in federal court for the sentencing and we'll have more throughout the afternoon there's been a nearly ninety percent drop in tax foreclosures of owner occupied homes in detroit since two thousand fifteen has wj said beat reporter vicki thomas tells us they're making progress in other areas to mayor mike duggan says they are now making progress and tax foreclosures and homes where renters are staying renters like rachel williams sims and her family i know you guys probably say mosul back there as the mayor was talking but we were the renters the landlord actually came in this past the timber and just said hey i'm not paying property sucks so no more she says she was ready to leave betrayed until she called the united community housing coalition and found out about the right of first refusal program know too much about it but i said you know what i'm gonna put my faith in that's what i did and i'm so excited about being a first time homebuyer vicki thomas w w j newsradio nine fifty wwe news time to twenty two let's find out what's hot around town i'm w w j's roberta just saying look at what's hot around town this is a huge concert weekend in metro detroit journey and def leppard live on stage tonight at comerica park also tonight weezer and pixies at dt.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Beat reporter vicki thomas is live and local with the story vicky and jackie there's been a nearly ninety percent drop in tax foreclosures of owner occupied homes here in detroit and mayor mike duggan says they're now making grass and tax foreclosures and homes where renters are staying renters like rachel williams sims and her family you guys probably see me get a little emotional back there as the mayor was talking but we were the renters the landlord actually came in this past the timber and just said hey i'm not paying property theft so no more i don't want nothing to do with it and she says she was ready to leave detroit until she called the united coalition of housing coalition and found out about the right of first refusal program know too much about it but i said you know what i'm gonna put my faith in them and that's what i did and i'm so excited about being a first time homebuyer reporting live and local in detroit vicki thomas ww jane newsradio nine fifty all right thanks vickie nissan recalling nearly one hundred five thousand small vehicles to replace takata air passenger passenger airbags those bags have inflators they can explode in hurled shrapnel at drivers and passengers included are the twenty eleven versus sedan and the twenty eight twenty twelve versa hatchback it only applies to cars that have been registered in forty two states in washington dc at least twenty three people have died worldwide about three hundred have been hurt health officials in illinois and iowa are investigating after an increase in people becoming sick from a parasite that causes intestinal illness and is being linked to mcdonalds salads the illinois department of public health said that it has received confirmation of about ninety cases the iowa department of public health in its own release said it has identified fifteen cases linked to the same illness an parasite mcdonald's is also investigating and has fully cooperating with state health and state health officials and as well as the cdc a new article in the annals of internal medicine compares the current opioid epidemic to the early days of hiv it explores recommendations made by a panel of experts based on lessons learned from that previous crisis among them are more state funding stronger interdisciplinary care network and assistant which sets patients up with communitybased treatment upon discharge from the hospital only way to provide medications is.

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Mcdonald, Annals Of Internal Medicine and Iowa Department Of Public discussed on The Cruz Show

The Cruz Show

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Mcdonald, Annals Of Internal Medicine and Iowa Department Of Public discussed on The Cruz Show

"Beat reporter vicki thomas is live and local with the story vicky and jackie there's been a nearly ninety percent drop in tax foreclosures of owner occupied homes here in detroit and mayor mike duggan says they're now making grass and tax foreclosures and homes where renters are staying renters like rachel williams sims and her family you guys probably see me get a little emotional back there as the mayor was talking but we were the renters the landlord actually came in this past the timber and just said hey i'm not paying property theft so no more i don't want nothing to do with it and she says she was ready to leave detroit until she called the united coalition of housing coalition and found out about the right of first refusal program know too much about it but i said you know what i'm gonna put my faith in them and that's what i did and i'm so excited about being a first time homebuyer reporting live and local in detroit vicki thomas ww jane newsradio nine fifty all right thanks vickie nissan recalling nearly one hundred five thousand small vehicles to replace takata air passenger passenger airbags those bags have inflators they can explode in hurled shrapnel at drivers and passengers included are the twenty eleven versus sedan and the twenty eight twenty twelve versa hatchback it only applies to cars that have been registered in forty two states in washington dc at least twenty three people have died worldwide about three hundred have been hurt health officials in illinois and iowa are investigating after an increase in people becoming sick from a parasite that causes intestinal illness and is being linked to mcdonalds salads the illinois department of public health said that it has received confirmation of about ninety cases the iowa department of public health in its own release said it has identified fifteen cases linked to the same illness an parasite mcdonald's is also investigating and has fully cooperating with state health and state health officials and as well as the cdc a new article in the annals of internal medicine compares the current opioid epidemic to the early days of hiv it explores recommendations made by a panel of experts based on lessons learned from that previous crisis among them are more state funding stronger interdisciplinary care network and assistant which sets patients up with communitybased treatment upon discharge from the hospital only way to provide medications is.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on DirtCast

"Here we are we're going to talk about our favorite i think this is one of my personal favorite things to discuss yeah i mean we don't have a guest today because to get scammers to like come and talk about their scams yeah and he's scammer worth their salt would be like no either like moved on bright and are trying to live normal lives like operating a scam that like they cannot be distracted from and like they're not be like yes i call an art and let me reveal all of my secrets to you which is kind of both good and bad and that's like of course we want to know how their brain works totally but at the same time this way we can just speculate wild what we do that's true so yep scammers are having a moment yeah i mean i think because of the anatoly uproar okay so anna delhvi she was a girl who was sort of around very specific socialite seen a couple of years ago is like i think her pekan she eventually got caught a couple months ago she poses like a russian socialite she scammed her way into getting like trips paid for by like fabulous people with a lot of money she basically lived at a hotel for awhile and got really close with the concierge this woman nefertari davis she's at eleven howard which is a hotel and so so she got close with this woman who sort of was sort of charmed by her but also became like a crucial part of her ability to continue to scam she had like a european adjacent like a continental accent that like really helped sell the scam and her whole thing was just kind of like hustling for i mean it was for money obviously but the money was just to like fund like her lifestyle didn't necessarily seem malicious i mean all skims i suppose are malicious but it didn't seem up serving right right it didn't seem as militias as like other scams could've been she was trying to launch a business some sort of a weird art thing that she was trying to also raise money for i think she was perfect because in new york there are so many people all the time that you either like no through parties like knows acquaintances or like we'll come into your life for three months in like disappear everyone sort of just like oh like if you're paying for every single dinner like if you're saying like hop on my plane to do buyer whatever it's fine you can blake this makes sense and part of the thing about her scam was that she would do things like invite people to like go to dubai or like go on these yeah well she took the writer of the vanity fair which kind of broke the story yeah rachel williams she took her to merica yeah i don't know someone was like conflict what is the what is the string attached oh no i would be like i'm on i'm there i don't trust let me just like ride the coattails of people shittier than i true but i mean the problem is people who ended up what would happen is they would go to like a hotel in marrakesh they go to like whatever and then someone would be like it's time to pay right and she would make up some saying like oh i'm credit card blah something something but it always it always very casual and it didn't feel like.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"His car police norton say the student was operating a vehicle suspiciously they pulled him over they found five pounds of pot cocaine ecstasy and hallucinogenic mushrooms inside jedidiah daniel from pennsylvania now being held pending his arraignment hundreds of demonstrators hit the streets of downtown st louis today after a white police former police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black man this following a highspeed chase had two thousand eleven a judge found jason stockily not guilty of first degree murder and the killing of anthony smith smith's family attorney albert watkins says they are shocked at this verdict would be inappropriate for me to recoup my conversation with their more will tell you in worn word utilize year wild imagine asian losers to the highest level of us one word they were shocked it was the orange mutual one protester has been arrested now the head of the st louis chapter of the end aa cp is asking the president and justice department to review this acquittal wbz news time five twenty one some downpours had showers out and about this afternoon in fact we've seen just a few rain drops outsider studio otherwise it's mostly cloudy and seventy seven in boston the government response to hurricane urban has shifted from saving lives to beginning the long recovery process fema administrator brock long says progress is being made in getting people back into their homes about ten thousand floridians remain in emergency shelters nearly a million people across the state still without power and as relief efforts continue after erma and orlando football stadium has been converted to a national guard base university of central florida's rachel williams says the police were standing in right now is normally fine football sense trek area but this club suite at spectrum stadium is now a look gist accept for the florida national guard sergeant jason calibrate says they're processing and routing the incoming supply trucks from here and other states save your skin a little bit arrest in and they're back on the road again taking food water it help to the hardest hit areas as for football tomorrow's game with memphis has been rescheduled for the national guard can take care of business king cbs news with university of central florida in orlando mornings five a banner unfurled from the monster.

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"rachel williams" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rachel williams" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Congratulations that williams upi pair player personnel washington where to go no armies there's rachel williams loves a cruz but uh when i bigger does read no we at how many ideologue is not mess with the crude i think of a mess with the keravica hearts what i begin those redskins the'de that is straits august rajabhai straight talk wireless nationwide coverage at america's largest and most dependable four g lte network bob right to talk lakers celtics at nba finals next done liberal tarred tackled eliminates the ends of sown spike lemonade no that's a fact you can look that up overlook in the area right little vodka tom kollins t see on the rocks stu god's grace cardi's move is that's a fact look it up and it's not a fact you you're so many kinds of long live as is always fact that can be looked up pay yes or no has any lemons lemonade stand ever slaughter commercial and abc's live up our show with this to god's only is pm radio bob ryan get a joins us year espn film special tonight thirty per thirty documentary celticslakers best of enemy starts that i eight pm eastern odd espn of course bob from boston cover those great celtic stayed about before we get to that are you a cruise guide you enjoy a good crews bob ryan have never been on a cruise really really man after my own heart never been arctic crews say i thought about what kind of crews i would like to take would be one of those european river.

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