31 Burst results for "Rawson"
"rawson" Discussed on The Mom Room
"Am i going to be in an environment where it can set up somewhat of schedule for my kid and i think that is the hardest part like you said whether you're changing time zones or going to be in a in a different environment. They have to adapt to it. Our kids have learned to adapt pretty well. And that's kind of how i wanted it. Like right they're gonna adapt to our lifestyle and we'll try and keep their schedules as much as possible. But i'm not going to put my life on pause because we have a busy life. Everyone has a busy life now so we just try and stay on schedule as much as possible but mentally preparing ourselves helps the most. I saw the little bed on the tour bus. It's slow cute isn't it. Yeah for people listening. It's like you would expect like the little bunk beds and you had the rails to go across. Did he actually sleep in their. yes On us so well on the bus. And i know that's not normal to have a a bus but we have a bus where we get to sleep at night so we hop on the bus at night and then they have a bus driver and drives to the next place overnight. And it's like the bus just rocks of the sleep and they sleep in sometimes in our hour and a half and it's rawson because it gets so dark and it rocks into bed and it's because all kids sleep in the car so well so a bus i imagine it's the same thing but they get to be comfortable and lay down. I know it's great. I i do prefer the bus when we can use it. Yeah i need a bus now. A lot of friends got like the sprinter vans last year and just traveled around in those that their kids which i thought was really cool. Yeah that's cute. Everyone's like into the tour life. Now i love it. Yeah so your husband's work is incredibly busy. And i was thinking about it today. My husband is a surgeon..
Olympics Latest: Japan's Sena Irie wins featherweight boxing
"Right Benjamin brought home the silver medal in the men's four hundred meter hurdles and set an American record in the process Tuesday in Tokyo Benjamins time of forty six point seventeen seconds fell two tenths of a second short of Norway's Karsten world world record pace price the best race ever in Olympic history I don't think any other race compares to what we just did American Brittney Reese captured silver in the women's long jump to cap her fourth and final Olympics second seeded Americans able Rawson Alex Kleinman advanced to the women's volleyball final in the U. S. men's basketball team brushed aside Spain ninety five eighty one to reach the semi finals I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Keen Research CEO Ognjen Todic on the Advantages of 'On-Device' ASR
"To answer your question directly. Why device what. When does it make sense I think there's a lot of different reasons. Why on device makes a lot of sense. I think a number of use cases You know one is the speech. Data doesn't leave device so by design. The system is compliant by with different. Legacy legal frameworks for privacy. So think about copa like jog online. Privacy protection act. She went health industry. So you don't have to you know it. Just it's by design. It's it's compliant Rawson enterprise settings. There is a lot of security concerns so people companies don't like Any kind of data speed today. You're listening Having listening devices to third party. So that's that's a big problem. That i think is is sold by device processing The second one is it works off line. so you don't need internet connectivity. And that's kind of a no brainer when we talk about on device but but would we been seeing actually. It's not just a this works when there's no internet there's lots of situations where you might have internet but it's not reliable for example right so you might might be wifi in hostile or somewhere We've seen quite a few comments from our customers prospects. They say you know what we can connect. Sometimes it's really hard to actually figure out that sometimes it's gonna stop working so we want to run it on bites the thirties system architecture. It's much simpler. There's no dependency on the backhand there's dependency on internet connectivity. You don't have to think about scaling like imagine you have millions of users. Suddenly you need a back end. It's gonna address that and not just not just the recipe. That's also another thing. That's tricky with the usage. You might have a million users but they all connected the same time. That's the problem right for the back. End i so much. Simpler system. architecture responsiveness is also an interesting fact. There are no network. Delays could be very very responsive With on device it's easy to customize things also you know the whole thing about cloudy is sharing the resources in the cloud and once you start using a lot of customization options than you lose. The sharing part in some of that can be fixed a certain extent but but definitely with our approach. Our customer is using gain one way an customer be totally different way. it's customizable basically and the last factor which is predictable pricing so loud services typically charge by usage With us it's it's different and so There's no mismatch between the cost side and revenue side for customers. They know exactly how much they will be paying for a what they're getting.
"Friends" Reunion Trailer Is Here
"The friends reunion had tears. Labs and now a bit of controversy. Watch this we have such a bond from this show. Rawson rachel on a bright. Yes i remember. I went to the producer of the show. I was on and he said that shows not gonna make you a star. It was an incredible time. Became best friends are no. You know how big the show is. We felt like we had these friends and the friends reunion airs on. Hbo max on may twenty seven. All right when you saw this. What did you. I think about the trailer. I'm so excited. I can't wait. Say it shady. It's the same space you got to get killed for this. But i'm i'm ready. I've prepared for this moment. I kinda don't need a friends reunion. Who i hear that i nothing against friends. It has nothing to do with friends. I love the show. I've watched every episode. I have the like anniversary. Dvd kit with all of the cds in it. It has nothing to do with friends. It has to do with the fact that. I don't think every show that i loved in the eighties. And nineties. needs a reunion or a reboot. Sometimes the original left as is is better than trying to recreate the magic that existed in that apartment on that set. And i just. I don't know i'm like you. I'm the same with friends sex in the city. I will watch them in their nineties. They put them on tv all day. Long chrishell don't let her fool you because she's going to be the first one with popcorn on sex in the city you will go back for in the city.
"rawson" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"But you can't send kevin hough as husband you have to send the rock. That's a good call. Yeah and you stick. Kevin hart van. He's your man in the van. It's writes itself. Yeah i guess so. Yeah probably not as funny as rosen's pitch for a on the screen writer his pitch with melissa mccarthy larger role. I think that might have done really. Well yeah i mean. Overall we were so thrilled to have rosen. Join us For a good four minutes talking about a film that he clearly left during. We love talking about any chance. We can get to bring a filmmaker or actor for that matter. We'll see what the future holds. Who helped bring a spy movie to life. I think is really great for all of you. Because i know there's a lot of spy fans out there who want context and information regarding what went on behind the scenes weaken. Only we give our own research on the podcast or you know theorize what may have happened in certain situations. But it's great when we can't the film makers come on and really lay it out and kind of lead us into their heads and let us know where they were when they were putting these projects together so i do look forward to doing more of that in the future. Yeah we we have is selling a few people. Dabney coleman looking at year And we would love to to speak to them but again we thankfully royston could join us. Thank you rawson. And i think that wraps us up cam i think it does so there we are. That was part. Two of us. Spymaster interview series. Thank you for listening. If you want to hear more from you can find us at spy. Hodson that's s p y h a s on facebook twitter and instagram. And of course you can join us on tuesday for from russia with love. The sean connery film from nineteen sixty three until then listeners. Don't get caught dousing in showers..
"rawson" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"The story that featured ed helms and will ferrell. Yeah i think we theorized in the episode to about because ed helms headed like a producer credit and we were debating which character he would have been playing. I think i said probably the kevin hart one. I don't i think that's accurate right. It's interesting because the original story is well that we were talking about with rawson. Was that the. The cia agent was overweight but they need a loss the way it was more. Just jerk about Jason boll yeah. That's right that's right because he said it was kind of chris farley type character. Yeah but another ed helms nor will farrow particularly oversized or known for playing oversized character. I'd be interested to know if that was a story that was inbetween that stage or if one of them which is going to be big for the film but i would have thought with will. Ferrell would've been dwayne johnson's character. Yeah i think so. Do you think Will ferrell shows not to do this film because he did the other guys with mark wahlberg which is that cop movie and maybe it was like adds a little too similar to that one. I forgot about them. That's a really good show. It definitely could have been that. Also it's the whole Is anyone buying the factor at helms and will farrow went to school together I don't know they asked me to believe these people went to school together. Centro intelligence so it's it's I mean you are right though. There is a fairly significant age. Difference there. I think isn't like we'll feral like ten years. Older i was. It was more not age. Will ferrell in the seventies and he's fifties. Whereas ed helms early forties might be poor will ferrell. He's actually in reality like ten years younger than it helps. Tell you don't get in. You will ferrell that fresh-faced young go getter. He's really coming in hollywood. It's right that kids got moxie..
"rawson" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Scott. What do you think. I appreciate that point of view. I liked the left field choice. I'd like to know. There is frankly i would want to have a guest because i know them too. Well yup the one. I think Around the law is richard madden housing. He's bodyguard as well. The bbc drama antastic. Y'all that could be interesting for some. Yeah we'll see how it goes. I would just be happy to actually get to see no time to die but we don't understand what's going on right now so last one. I'm not up on it. is it wrath of this. Yeah this is it as out. Yeah hopefully hopefully goes out on. A hike is very few bonds on a high now. That's that's interesting. That's a really interesting point. I look great. And i cannot wait to see it when it comes out he would be the one to break the streak so i'm excited to but thanks so much for talking to us. This is a great guys. Thanks for having me no our pleasure for sure. Our boys later take care bye. Bye bye so there. We have it. That was the second interview Spymaster interviews series with rawson marshall thurber. What a fantastic chandler was..
"rawson" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"His character is Have you mean sorry. You've got the school bully. I dwayne out into the middle of the basketball court. And that's jason bateman character. Yes but jason. Bateman isn't his fights isn't imposed on the character of like all of the characters. Yes yes great. point Well here's a great question No one's ever asking that but the is the short answer. Scott money okay. So there was a moment when you're developing the the idea and you're talking to the studio in. There was a where the idea was discussed about. Just casting young dwayne young heavyset win a in in something that i really fought against like. Why can't we. We can't do that. We needed to be the same. Is that get humiliated at the beginning of the film has to be the same. Is that you that. You're with redeemed at the end. We can't just cast somebody else's young rock and do it like that. I mean you can but you're just stealing the heart of the phone. And and so i dug in and and you are good my artistic point and studio Agreed you know but but then so then you definitely obvious you have to kevin kevin a little bit to me not much. Because he's you know he's still looks like he's eighteen. But the heaven with the put. Dwayne space on suny marshall's body. Whose amazing by the way if you ever do to his he's one of the best answers ever went on his feet but then it was just strictly a matter of money. You're like do. We really need to go jason bateman. And it'll cost you know two hundred and fifty grand and at that point. You're you know you're fighting the battles that you can win And and that was the inside baseball following kind of up on that just in terms of some of the casting stop. I have to admire any filmmaker decides to pit doing johnson against aaron paul in a fistfight and try to get actually work and it does work in the movie but just in terms of being sort of slowly evolving into action filmmaker. At this point you said this was kind of a bridge film. You want to prove that you can do action. And it's one thing. I've noticed in your movies whether it's dodgeball. miller's is that there's a lot of style to the movies and a lot of time comedies considered kind of a visually maybe a little less showy offy than some of the other styles of film and i was just curious some of the lessons. You learned doing action in this film that you've carried over into skyscraper and the upcoming red notice. Oh that's great questions. Thank you So yeah i think you're you're right on that most comedy In terms of like the cinematic aesthetic right that that that's not that's not the most important part or a lot of times that's Not given the attention that it needs in i. I don't think there's necessarily any shame anatomy. And i think part of it is that the sole function of comedy should be to make you laugh ran job. One is like mixture. people are laughing and a lotta times when you move the camera right. When you move the camera the audience's mind is is subtly recalculating all the time you're thinking because you're payroll tax shifting your brain you're gonna you're sitting in a chair but the images moving so even subconsciously your mind is is is catching up right with what's happening and part of what hard to do is to be thinking and laughing right. A laugh is a reaction. You don't see something you think to yourself. Oh that's funny now. I elect to laugh right..
"rawson" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"The provocateur and cam. What have we got for everyone this week. Well scott i think i may have to change your name to spycatcher scott because you have landed another great. Get for us. We're going to talk this week to rawson. Marshall thurber the director and co writer of central intelligence as well as the writer director of movies. Like dodge ball. We're the millers skyscraper. So this could be an exciting conversation. I think i'm hoping the amount of people i get for the series will eventually accumulate in you bring in someone like pissed brosnan. I'm working on it. I'm in the shrubs outside his house right now. So let's fire up the interview listeners. We'll see you on the other side and joining us. Now is writer director and actor. Rawson marshall thurber afternoon. How you doing. I'm great scott. How are you. I'm fine thank you So we hit. Today's talk about central intelligence. This movie we covered this week on on spy hostile. Also you'll filmography and just about spy films as well. I have a lot of questions for you. But i think campbell styled self so i guess. It was central intelligence. I think the core thing people wanna talk about is the pairing of dwayne johnson and kevin. Hart now you're like a real pioneer here. You figured it out. And since then i mean come on jumanji films hobson's shah. What was it about those two that you found in the process of putting this movie together and then what do you think the spark was like. Why does it work so well. Gosh i'll take the first part. First second part is really hard to answer to. So the first part is will originally central intelligence wasn't wasn't designed for dwayne johnson or or frankly kevin hart The original draft was mike baron. Wholesome david staff who are fantastic screenwriters and actors in their own right And i think it might have been their first spec screenplay and i remember. I read it before i made a movie called Millers and. I read it right right before i went to go make. We're the millers. And i thought it was great So this is such a great idea. It's so funny and well done but it was already set up at universal with. I think the time ed helms. We'll fairly think that was the pair. Get to how it got got where it was and so when when we had movie than a new line asked me what i wanna do next and i was hoping to kind of move from Straight comedy into action comedy action comedy into action then kind of building a bridge right Career wise in just thought. I remembered how much i like central intelligence and i thought the premise was so cool. And so i said that's one i'd wanna do next in. May i think it was in turn around universal which means universal elect. It's not before making it and so a new line went and grabbed it but the original joke in fingerprints usual kind of comedy. Element of central intelligence. Was that the character of a of of bob stone Was sort of essentially written for will ferrell or you know Chris farley type of the joke was fat. Jason bourne right like this loser from high school..
The Cubs Are Sitting Pretty in the NLC
"They can look at the division. Tony you look at all the teams that the cubs have to but up against dan. We haven't seen a whole bunch of the squads in the central be. You know they haven't made a whole bunch of moves during this off season and in the cubs they're in that basket as well so when it comes to being competitive in the division right now. I think jed hoyer and david rawson as well as myself. I think everyone is of the mindset that this cubs team they can go out there and twenty twenty one and compete no matter what a yeah i think so for sure i mean you look at this division in every single team. All five of them has gotten significantly worse on paper going into twenty twenty one compared to twenty twenty you know the the reds are losing. Trevor bauer who. We talked about earlier in the podcast. I think you traded rozelle glossiest the angels. The potential transcending gray like who knows. We'll see some of that archie. Bradley was it was another pitcher. They acquired at the trade deadline atop reliever for them. He's gone cardinals. Have lost a lot of veteran guys as well. The pirates are trading away. Anybody of value right now in the brewers have you know declined to options are not options for guys like ryan braun and and so on so yeah off five teams really right now. Don't look better on paper than they did last year. But that doesn't mean that there's a wide open division for the cubs to go claiming i think right now the cubs have one of the best teams on paper. They have a manager. Year finalist david. Ross they have all those poor guys in the mvp candidates that we talked about before that if there are bounceback season from a couple of all of those guys than this offense is in much better shape than it was last year. So i think the real big question is just pitching for them you know. Where does the pitching come from from the cubs but yeah i think right now they can compete certainly with any team in the division
Daryl Davis On Healing Hate with Friendship
"Today I have the most amazing guest for you. He is a man that really shows us the possibility of how to disparate sides can come together. His name is Daryl Davis and he's a black man who is convinced over two hundred Klu Klux Klan members to give up their robes by boldly and bravely walking in deep into their lives deep into the heart of the Ku Klux Klan, becoming friends with them and showing them his sheer humanity. Today. We're GONNA hear Darrell Story and learn how it is that he threw his empathy compassion insight in bravery has been able to really embrace a methodology that allows people from opposite sides to come together learn from another become friends heal and grow welcome Daryl. Pleasure. To be here with you. Thank you for having me. It is such a pleasure. You're such an extraordinary human being sorry to embarrass you. I am so excited to be able to share your story and your insights today. My pleasure and I hope you'll listeners will enjoy it. Thank you. Why don't you begin by telling us the back story to how and why you are able to penetrate the clan? Okay. I'm aged fifty, two currently and as a child, my parents were in the US foreign service. So I spent a lot of my formative years starting at the age of three. And on through elementary school traveling abroad living in various foreign countries, you go to a country for two years and you come back home here to the states, and then you're reassigned to another country. So back and forth back and forth during my formative years while overseas my classes in elementary school and things like that were filled with kids from all over the world. Anybody who had an embassy in those countries all of their children went to the same school. So my classmates were Nigeria Italian Russian Japanese French you name it they had an embassy there I was in school with their kids and to me that was the norm that was my first exposure to school. and. So when I would come back home at the end of the two year assignment, I would either be in all black schools. Black and white schools meaning the still segregated schools or the newly integrated ones like. Well I left. CHICAGO. Shortly after I was born but we will come back and we would be like in Washington DC or be in Massachusetts different places for a short time before being reassigned every other two years. So I was back I know I was for part of Second Grade I was back for a fourth grade. I was back in sixth grade and I was back here in eighth grade when I would come back the schools were either all black or black and white meeting still segregated. Or newly integrated, and there was not the amount of diversity in my classroom that I had overseas. So in one case, I was in fourth grade nine, hundred, sixty, eight, I was ten years old and I was one of two black children in the entire school myself in fourth grade and a little black girl in second grade. So consequently, all of my friends were white and many of my male friends were members of the local, Cub Scout Group and they invited me to join which I did. And during a March we had from Lexington Concord to commemorate the ride of a Paul Revere. Suddenly I was being pelted with soda pop bottles and cans and Rawson just debris from the street by just a small group of the white spectators on the sidewalk not everybody most people were cheering us in waving and all that kind of thing. But there were about maybe five people off to my right I remember there being a couple of kids or half a year or two older than myself and a couple of adults who are throwing ends, and when I first began getting hit and looked over and saw this my first thought was oh, those people over there don't like the scouts. That's how naive I was because I had never been to. Before and it wasn't until my scout leaders came rushing over and these were white people, my den mother, my cub leader, my troop master, and they huddled over me with their bodies and escorted me out of the danger. And I realized I was the only person being targeted because nobody else was getting this special protection and I, asked him, I, said, why am I being hit why they're doing this? I didn't do anything and all they would do this kind of shush me and rushing along telling me everything would be okay. Just keep moving. and. So they never answered the question. At the end of the day when I returned home my mother and father who would not at the parade. were, fixing, cleaning the UP, putting bandaids on me and ask me how do I fall down and get scraped up I told him I didn't fall down into the mud happened. And this was the first time in my life that I heard the word racism they explained what racism was to me. And my opinion old brain could not process this definition. It made no sense to me whatsoever I'd been around white people from all over the world at this point and none of them whether they were my fellow Americans my French friends, my Swedish friends, my Australian friends, none of them treated me like this. So my parents were making this up because people don't do things like that. And they assured me that not all white people do this but there is an element of some they do and I just cannot wrap my head around it. So I didn't believe them well about almost two months later. That same year nineteen, Sixty, eight. On April the fourth Martin Luther King was assassinated. And every major city in this country burned to the ground. All in the name of this new word I had learned call racism.
Ross Meets Roger Nygard: The Truth About Marriage
"Hello and welcome to Ono Rawson carry the show where we don't just report on for in science, spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take pride ourselves Yup when they make the claims. We show up, so you don't have to I'm Ross. Blocher Book People Today. We don't have carry with us can't steal it from last week and then put her part. In I guess so. Yeah, we could just keep borrowing that audio. The other person you hearing. Hearing right now. Is None other than Roger Nygaard? If people are panicking right now, where's Gary Yeah Panic I'm sorry, but you know she's done a few episodes without me I've done some so before, too. So vacations are due for everybody. There's precedent for this. Actually. This is relevant to our conversation. Today. Carry is celebrating her anniversary with drew her intended, and we're GONNA. Be Talking about a related topics. We say we royally. We are here with. With Roger Nygaard today who you may remember if you've listened to the entire show, you were the guest for our eighth episode. Eighth Episode Ever Wow if anybody's listening and his listen to every show since then you deserve a medal. Yeah, because a lot of shows, people have, and they deserve medals. Yeah, or at least a merit badge, a ribbon. Yeah, that was back in two thousand eleven when we started and we were talking to you then about. About the nature of existence, a documentary that you had created at that time you were exploring the depths of why we're here. All these deep questions was eighty, four, eighty three. There were a lot of questions. Yeah, I had a somewhere above eighty ninety questions that I asked everybody all my interview subjects, and squeezed it all into one documentary called the nature of existence. My core question, though above all those sub questions was. Why do we exist? What is our purpose here? Why are we supposed to do big topic in I? Set out to solve it and you did age-old existentialist question philosophers have been wrestling with it for centuries and I went out and solved. You didn't give away the answer on that episode, so you still have to watch that documentary. If you want to know the answer, but it's very socratic in that you, the the what I try to do is lead the viewer in a direction, so you can make your own decision or come to a realization on your own without me. Preaching to you, here's the answer well. That's smart. Because I think you were right to resist. Giving it on a silver platter because it doesn't work that way. However, when I made my next documentary, we may talk about today. The truth about marriage at the end I just stood up and said okay. Here's the answer. In case you missed it. Stop everything here. It is, and you did okay, so it's an eighty two minute documentary, the truth about marriage and you do you solve it? You talk to lots of experts and a lot of couples. Trying to think of couples as the correct collective term, yeah couples, but there's some complicated dynamic, because not everybody's relationship is the same. That's not a pejorative yet, but at the end of the documentary. Yes, you do solve it exactly what the truth is about marriage. I didn't know the answer when I sent out and I I become obsessed with what I'm doing wrong way. I'm such a failure. Hold on, you're leading me into interesting conversation and I haven't finished. Finished introducing you yet? We should also say by the way on that episode when we talk you us. I realized that was the first time that carried the name swap. She loves this every down then she decides to claim that she is Ross Blocher and I am thus forced by process of elimination to Declare Myself Carrie poppy. That was the first time she did it. So you're part of a tradition and now I think this'll be episode two hundred fifty. Fifty crime any yeah, podcast thing you have to keep putting him out. Sake, which means we've had all kinds of crazy adventures since we talked to you last heavens Tibet's. You've heard about we've kept. You kept you up today? I've listened I have not listened to all two hundred and fifty, but I've done my share. I won't make a medal for you, but I'm impressed. I really enjoyed though I. Mean when you guys dig into something like scientology and you. You have whole run of confrontations. Yes, let's you do the first one you have to listen to the rest. Like. Where's this going? Oh, good? Okay. That's what we're hoping to get. Young her speaking of Scientology. I have a goldenrod sheet here with some questions from Kerry for you. The aforementioned carry poppy, the aforementioned who is with us in spirit, but is physically withdrew celebrating I should also mention that you've directed many other projects. People know you for trekkies. Documentary star trek fans delved into the world of Star Trek. Everyone wants to understand that better to. There's a truck. He's to trekkies, trekkies two. That's where I cut my teeth on documentary, filmmaking and I didn't realize until just a couple of days ago that you also directed six days in Roswell I produced an edited that film and it's about Roswell. As gathered from the title. We went to Roswell new. Mexico in one, thousand, nine hundred. Hundred Ninety Seven, which was the fiftieth anniversary of the alleged crash of an alien spaceship in Roswell. New Mexico nineteen forty seven s when they had their first gigantic celebration where the town went alien, mad, insane alien. You can get everything from alien beef. Jerky to alien pencils alien beer. They've got museums there and we were there to documented, and all the experts came there. All the you apologists. Yeah, you talked to Stanton. Friedman right right. On our show, we met him. We have him on the show. That films coming out again this year. By the way, is it yeah, my films are being released that I've restored six days in Roswell and suckers suckers about car salesmen. Yeah, okay, well I need to watch both of those, and I may have to talk to you more about you're gonNA love Roswell. Absolutely. When my son and I went on a cross country field trip, we stopped in Roswell. Roswell went to the museum. You know amazing. No, yes, we picked up a little hitchhiker that road along with us in the car. This is crazy. It's great. It's wonderful and then every July fourth weekend. That's when the celebration is. And what better place is there to go? See a July fourth celebration in Roswell New Mexico absolutely just to give some more of your bone afi days. You've also directed an episode of the office. Correct the Bernie Mac show. You've edited for Grey's Anatomy the League whose America veep curb your enthusiasm all the above, guilty, pretty particular.
"rawson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ben Rawson contracting dot com or give them a call five one two two one nine oh three eight nine nine van Rossen contracting from this fighting back I'm Lisa listen Arraf fox news the battle between president trump and have the World Health Organization continues with the president again accusing it of not being honest about covert nineteen in the WHL accusing the president of politicizing the pandemic the head of the WHO's Tedros Ghebreyesus said politicizing the pandemic could lead to more body bags as a result at the White House president trump said he acted to protect Americans define what the WHO's set everything was going to be fine no human to human keep the borders open he wanted me to keep the borders open I close the borders despite him and that was a hard decision to make at the time the president says with the hundreds of billions the US spends on the WHL he wants them to get it right for that reason the American contribution will be re evaluated good all Scott fox news centers for disease control and prevention has issued new guidelines for essential workers telling them to take their temperature before work wear facemask practice social distancing I don't congregate in crowded spaces like the break room and for employers it says to take the temperature of employees increased cleaning and increase the air exchange in buildings that could be a battle brewing in Congress over the next virus aid package the White House looking at two hundred fifty billion dollars in aid for a small business fun but is against the proposal by Democrats to take on billions for protective gear on senator Bernie Sanders is spending his presidential campaign of our belief that we are a feasible path the nomination I would certainly continue the campaign but it's just not there that leaves for vice president Joe Biden as the presumptive nominee but Sanders will be on future ballots he hopes to collect delegates to use his influence on the party's platform on Wall Street the Dow gained or hundreds of seven hundred seventy nine points America is listening to fox news this news brought to you by Adleman financial engines newsradio kale BJ on John Golia topping Austin's news another capital metro bus driver has tested positive for coke at nineteen the transit agency says this is their fifth Stafford to get infected three other drivers previously tested positive and one mechanic has died from the virus Travis county says new model show a ninety percent reduction in social interaction could limit the number of covert nineteen hospitalizations the only five hundred and forty two gonna judge Sarah Eckhardt said staying around our current level of interactions will put an unprecedented strain on the entire hospital system eighty thousand hospitalizations at a fifty percent reduction in activity a seventy five percent reduction shows seventeen thousand hospitalizations are possible but Eckhart points out these are just models in actual numbers could bury and imbued a city officials are waiving utility late fees.
"rawson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A service of Ben Rawson contracting dot com Dawson city council will vote tomorrow on an eight month ninety five thousand dollar contract with Matthew Dharti the former head of the U. S. inter agency council on homelessness under Barack Obama the staff has already has enough experience to solve Austin's homeless crisis well Texas has managed to avoid any confirmed case of the coronavirus Austin and Travis county health officials are trying to remain prepared now the last public health medical director Dr mark S. got says the virus is contagious enough to pop up almost overnight at least as contagious as the flu and perhaps twice is contagious but substantially less contagious than things like measles and could test for build more in Austin maybe electric car company C. E. O. U. lawn muskets causing a stir of speculation after he posted a Twitter poll well the question giga Texas also changed his profile location to Austin your tail BJ read our weather watch it's forty three degrees low thirty to get Austin news on demand it newsradio kale B. J. dot com why every afternoon to the fore this is mark Melinda an add on newsradio kale BJ seven five one two eight three six zero five ninety now mark Melinda and the statement is running a story today I inferring reading this that some of the city council members were very upset when they were told that regarding that gigantic homeless camp that caught fire at one eighty three in Cameron this week.
U.S. prosecutors seek information on payments to Trump lawyer Giuliani
"Also these criminal cases that are proceeding alongside and in parallel with the impeachment proceedings on Capitol Hill Right and today alongside this Clarion Rian rule of law decision from Judge Jackson in the DC circuit and DC District Court. Today also those criminal cases produce some sort of bonkers headlines including for the man who is apparently still president. Trump's lawyer because Rudy Giuliani is definitely who you would go to for legal legal advice and who you think. The president of the United States should be consulting for his wise advice and guidance. On legal matters at this point Guiliani apparently still the president's lawyer. Keep that in mind when you see the headlines. Today about Mr Giuliani Wall Street Journal was first to have this story today. Federal Subpoenas seek information on Guiliani Lianis consulting business again. These are not subpoenas by Congress in this case. These are subpoenas by a federal grand jury working with federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York that Federal Prosecutors Office in the Southern District of New York at one point was led by. You Rudy. Giuliani when he was. US Attorney in New York Times have changed. So has Israeli Giuliani now. He's under investigation under what appears to be a serious criminal investigation by the office. He used to lead. As I mentioned the Wall Street Journal was was first to report. This story quickly followed by the Washington Post and CNN and several other outlets ultimately it was Reuters reporter Aaron Rawson who was first to report some of the actual taxed next of these subpoenas that have reportedly been delivered to multiple people associated Guiliani in recent days and weeks. According to Rushton's reporting quote the subpoena requests that recipient provide all documents including correspondence with or related to Rudolph Giuliani Giuliani partners or any related person or entity. See Giuliani partners is Giuliani's consulting company. But the subpoena also seeks documents related to any actual or potential payments or agreements. To or with Giuliani. So if Rustam is right about that being the specific language that's on these subpoenas that have been going out to multiple people in recent days and weeks. There's no doubt that this is not just about people who Rudy Giuliani new. This is about Rudy Giuliani and his firm and money paid to him or promise is to him through his firm. This appears to be a serious active criminal investigation into the president's personal lawyer. One of the president's personal lawyers is is already currently serving a federal prison term. Right now this this would be his current personal attorney who's not currently incarcerated. But how many more of them were. They're going to be in. How many more of them are going to go through this? I mean also. I don't know whether this is a standard thing or not when it comes to subpoenas but the Wall Street Journal and several other outlets that followed all of their reporting today say that one of the striking things about these new subpoenas that have been going out in the Guiliani case in recent days and weeks is not only that they're asking for all of this information very specifically about rudy. Giuliani the president's lawyer. But the subpoenas apparently are also describing which crimes are under consideration by prosecutors in this case again. I don't know if this is normal for a subpoena but according to the Wall Street Journal these subpoenas reportedly list more than half a dozen potential charges is under consideration including obstruction of justice money laundering conspiracy to defraud the United States of America making false statements to the federal government serving as an agent of a foreign foreign government without registering with the Justice Department donating funds from foreign nationals making contributions in the name of another person or allowing someone else to use one's name to make a contribution and plus mail fraud plus wire fried anything else. These grand jury subpoenas not only mentioned Giuliani himself and his consulting firm farm. There are also reportedly asking materials related to America First Action which is the officially endorsed Republican Super Pac that is the chief fundraising entity in support of president president trump's reelection so the president's lawyer the one who's not in prison one who's not in prison is now apparently currently the subject of this serious criminal investigation and the main funding entity the main SUPERPAC associated with the president's reelection. Effort is also the subject of these subpoenas from a federal the grand jury involved in an active criminal investigation in the southern district of New York. Oh so that's not
"rawson" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Hi it's Jennifer Rawson with doctor Richard Cartledge he's the chief of cardiovascular surgery Boca Raton regional hospital leading the way with a new procedure that could be a great benefit to patients with a fib were one of a select group of programs nationally that are performing what's called ultra minimally invasive left atrial appendage ligation this is a procedure for patients who have a fab where anticoagulants are either contra indicated for those who refuse to be on such medications so why is this procedure of value patients with a fair have a five times greater risk of suffering a stroke the people don't have the condition the risk is due to the heart's left atrium not being able to fully evacuate blood from itself as a result of this everything at the blood can then pool intellectual Peniche and clock conform their analyzed and going to the bloodstream and cause a stroke so then what do you do the lead teacher appendages something that you don't need but it can kill you if we remove the appendage or excluded from the circulation we remove the source of the problem so then what makes your approach different from other similar procedures what makes this procedure cutting edge is that it's an overnight stay for the patient and we do the procedure using ultra minimally invasive techniques were the incisions are less than a fifth of an inch traditional minimally invasive procedures involving incision over two and a half inches patient essentially the only Tylenol postoperatively for pain and they go home literally the next morning this procedure is extraordinarily efficient very safe and really change the paradigm of how we can manage a patient with the with the either shouldn't be on anticoagulants or simply refuses to be inadequate ons for more information call Boca Raton regional hospital at five six one nine five learn that's five six one ninety five learn you can help hardworking.
David Mikkelson on Creating Urban Legends Website Snopes.com
"Very happy to have a David Mickelson if you don't recognize that name you will likely recognize the site that he created and runs it's called slopes slopes dot com and I think we all Oh David a great debt of gratitude thank you thank you for being here you're welcome thanks for having me for being on owner Rossen Kerry today's just Ross ended and our friend Spencer and Charles were here at Sei con twenty nine thousand nine you've been to either this conference before similar ones way back when the amazing meeting being used to go to I probably passed in the hallways and they had no idea that you were the one solving all of my online battles actually I used to go with a friend of mine who lived here in Vegas and we thought US kind of Bari Pie be more interesting to go to the other side and go to the UFO convention and the vicar convention what the true believer Oh you're talking my language well that's what I do with the other skeptical crowd rather than the Arthur's or what have you so maybe WanNa join us on a future investigation or something let's tell our audience a bit about slopes in case for some reason they don't know I don't know what working to hide under for the past twenty five years or how to have not heard of snow but you started in the year of the lion king that's how I see nineteen ninety-four IC- yet what got snow going what started this I wish I could claim I had the foresight twenty five years ago to recognize you know the Internet thing fake news going to be a big problem come the twenty first century so I'm going to get a head start on it but no Not really that visionary it was just kind of a hobby that got out of control I worked for a very large computer company so you're kind of hooked in the Internet before most people had heard of the Internet back in the old ninety ninety four that's the very early days people are on netscape navigator for in back in the the usenet newsgroup days and there were no blogs even at that point no search engines no youtube yeah yeah alter Vista Dog pile of the company that made Alta this over really is okay I'm letting people go back K. situate themselves were in nineteen ninety four the Big Bang theory episode whether the doing favorite nonexistent search engine if I'd been involved in newsgroups about urban legends Disney and when the first graphical browser came out from Wola SORTA started writing up little Disney related urban legends okay this is kind of fun because carry my co host her other podcasts is called hit Mickey's and she talks about the deep seedy underbelly of Disney and did very investigation of the rumors around Waltz head it turns out he actually was interested in cryogenics but he didn't have his head frozen or any part of him actually that was one of the first investigations we realtors going out to force lawn and actually photographing the burial site or at least the martyr they are for anyone who wasn't able to access the -Fornia or Glendale at least give them a vision of of his grave and kiddingly trying to round up people on the Internet Tawhid in Forest Lawn overnight off the spot exactly what was this is the deep kind of investigative digging that's nope isn't even before it snaps and so I talked about with you before you know it kind of like figuring out a way to get into club thirty three the big mystery because it wasn't only Internet I just sort of you know the the basketball court in the matter homer and all those sorts I have been in there all the the hidden supposedly hidden risque stuff in Disney movies that's really where snow started a house and then when I ran through all the Disney legends I could think of branched out into different categories and then my wife the time started chipping in intending it to be kind of like a Wikipedia for Urban Legend Yeah not with the wikki part of everyone editing of it just sort of this authoritative Encyclopedia Urban Legends that's why it was originally called the wheel the urban legends reference phages and urban reference or legend Urban Legends Reverend pages right earlier yeah that doesn't roll off the time that does not I'm going to work so hard not to go down the rabbit hole of wanting to talk about Disney civic stopped I worked for Disney to mention working for big companies and love that kind of history so we'll talk about it some other time other podcasts so quickly took a left turn because as we were just discussing this was way back before search engines even yacht who was hand compiled yet just in index directories of websites did you get on that index but notes all word of mouth really kind of quickly became this place where everybody emailed anything questionable they came across on the internet or even in the real world and so it was all dying children trying to collect the the largest number of business cards birthday cards at Christmas cards and lots of computer virus warnings many which were hoaxes and missing dialed appeals many of which were hoax is you know before they were kind of clearing houses for all that stuff right now that was and there was no wikipedia the time so so which came first kind of the website format or the name snow pts well I started using the name snowpacks way back in the pre webbed as okay or yeah once the origin of this term slopes is the name of a family of characters that appear throughout the works of William Faulkner I'll and that has absolutely nothing to do with anything other than just way back when I was familiar with falters work so I doc named my cats nope site had personalized plate that said snowpacks and so my college roommate's called me that and when I started posting on the old newsgroups on the Internet the Stott there's you know whatever twenty million David's out there who's going to remember David I need like uh-huh Dinette so using snow pts and it really just were doubt fortuitously now it's become a verb yeah it's kind of like is Amazon Gogol it's short it's catchy distinguishes us from competitors 'cause everybody else in our spaces fact something or something check or something and we're the ones who are not yet we did a similar thing at least with our podcast is called owner Rawson Kerry because there's no indication from the name itself what the podcast about so slopes itself at least has just become a household name so okay so it wasn't anything to do with snoops the character from the rescuers which is what what my crazy conspiracy believing cousin Catherine calls it she snoops we actually did once getting Anki irate email from someone who threatened to report us to the Faulkner Foundation or so really not realizing that there are a number of people the world who actually have the surname snow he invented it's not like we called ourselves Sherlock Holmes or something as soon as you settle with me those families then you can come after me that's funny it reminds me of I think goes Murray Gelman who named the quirk after a James Joyce Reference yeah three quirks for muster mark so he made that his new particle name anyway will you know what to step back even a little bit farther again let's say somebody at this point is still not familiar with slopes haven't been there what's the basic format so you come to snaps if you've heard an urban legend or someone shares a claim that could be true or false yes and they get to see synopsis telling them either it's true it's false it's mostly falls somewhere in between and then an explanation right yes about we're doing these days unfortunately as political that's what's consuming everyone in the era of fake news and Yeah and Post Truth and all of that as lawyer work is cut out for him yeah so you you know someone's forty you this screed about some company is funding you know genocide eight of gay people in some African country or just something that sounds really horrible are hard to believe or you know Nancy Pelosi is going to become vice president trump resigns or some vaccine question right and so then somebody just has to add on their online debate forum while the to do is go to another tab and just type in snoops and then that key phrase that company and they get a handy article they read it very quickly and then instead of them having to do a ton of re research and share it with their crazy cousin they just copy the link and say please go read this note article so early on how many of the articles were you writing was it all you are did you have writers from the beginning at the very beginning when it started it was just me road all the Disney stuff the first few categories as I said than my wife at the time Barbara started chipping in in writing but said we started this back in nineteen ninety four it wasn't until twenty years later Haute very recently relatively recently back to doing it on my own and one of hired a couple of contract writers and then as the twenty sixteen election proved to be the most contentious in US history roundup with more more writers or editors so maybe you can help me out is it true that the pope endorsed Donald Trump for president. it's not true yes not wanna Vatican City as yeah how how do you differentiate all of this language around fake news versus is hoax or parodies how do you kind of internally classify all these things well one is we we avoid the USA fake news really now just because it's been completely co opted practically meaningless us like urban legend used to be just a a synonym for false or anything that you neal's they don't lie leave just call it fake news and also news doesn't have to be fake to be Eh misleading like you can create a one hundred percent accurate article only tells one side of a story you know it's like imagine a criminal trial where the prosecution put on a case of just stop there and it went to the jury the lies by omission yeah it'd be highly misleading so fake doesn't cover it all so we're still kind of calling it junk news item apparently our president has moved onto corrupt news media yes we're not quite calling it that yet tell me a bit about your process first of all how does an idea become eligible force a bunch of people submitting forms online saying please is a settle this for me or is it something you take interest in now our topic selection methodology is we tackle whatever the most people are asking about her questioning at a given time we do that through a variety of metrics what people are emailing us what the searching for on our site what's trending on Google what people are posting on our facebook pages what's what's on the front page of read it kind of there's a whole lot of inputs that gets synthesized and we don't make any judgments about the stuff is too silly or CBS or unimportant rust cover you let the interest level Kinda dictate house exactly sometimes it's kind of distressing but people are interested in to the exclusion of things are actually more substantial or important subjects to a lot of criticism where people complain you were debunking obvious satire must be there's nothing obvious out there and if we're if we're writing about it it's a whole lot of people had ask about it because they didn't get it will
The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman
"We'll champion jockey die young fellow that grew up Donnie? Do we see Myron Your Power Jimin Mandy and lived on a bit of property now thirty on us to use a guy you get voted world champion Jockey to was that a surreal feeling to flaw in applying I've of the of the world and accept that trophy all songs I was yeah I didn't think a bit on gas really on Lean obviously that time off back of winks Korean that's interesting have the voting is done online obviously they pick the top one hundred group on writers What I nominate one hundred group one races as the top one hundred of outings don on that system and of course God winks win sort of I I it rises seven group once and then she came back and won the next ye so guide me a little bit of a saloon passage Gina the point scoring the apart from that they'll have a great I think two or three one winners in Hong Kong and of course that Japan cop at the end of the wasn't amazing evil clean I'll never forget it I mentioned you're thirty nine years if I do you have talked to reflect or just too busy seven days a week rice rotting and and rotting away may like winks you don't really get Tom to reflect as simple as that forget yesterday move onto the next day on very much looks forward not backwards anyway But I did tight Tom as we all know off two weeks as retirement to two months off we employees indeed and that did give me Tom to reflect not only on Wync spit on myself and my family and I think you know there was enforces might for myself in those closest to me other laws for we for that success to be able to happen and you know we won't get and later in the show but that's one of the reasons that Japan Cup win was you know very very special to me every will dive into wings a little bit later on but he started you apprenticeship with Rawson but Beth ninety seven you kicked in where you're a natural joke no it wasn't very far from it does natural horsemen natural raw reading how law I can remember the Pony Club from before school up until I define and up until the I just started right shorting really and at the idea of wells Lawson's windows fief doing in the school holidays and fortunately my parents had all the allman had a little bit of an association with Billy Ass Browse through through the eyes of when Neil Molly was trying and bill used erode from a grandfather father and he's waffling and trying to of course and was the leading trainer in the Central District at the Are Yeah I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to go with them and having billy as mentor and a God was instrumental in more development as a jockey because as I said it was very unnatural to me because I'd never had really any any experience in the professional sort of horseracing had Google's at the guy was fosters you could when you're young fellow on great holes for night absolutely tight control and bought with you but you can learn so much experiences remember I began with one and let it rip you thought all that adrenaline at the I was actually in the Paddick Moore other with the main and I didn't quote now what else in for to be honest when we winner in we've done a favorite a half pice together but we'd never really let one go yeah I'll never actually forget that the win going through the skull Cap and was a bit a little bit fraud to be honest but you'd left the Albanian edgy he was distant well he sort of went off before he saw Moore horse teams but all wasn't quite ready for the experience as a bit yeah also bit it goes through but it was something that certainly got more adrenaline going and students today who'd you love who'd you love growing up we gotta have role models to simulate the why we want to go about it and get your first period Jodi get your new helmet and then all of a sudden you rod in trawls as an apprentice then you get your ticket who is sitting back on the couch just white and have that I the rice is in Washington going to be that jockey wouldn't be Rice's Darren Beadman Darren beadman and billy I suppose when I was in Ba'athist but before I started my apprenticeship Darren and shine door were dominating the group uh-huh and I were the two that really captured more attention what was it a bad behavior in that you loved just the just he's strengths and he's consistency but as I said it as a four thousand fifteen year old I wasn't really paying attention local would these days but I guess the success and the fact that he in China just come on the best drawers and it was just tit for tat as to who got on the best one and I almost took it in turns chemically c'mon babe and left Android and slip it used to run a little bit short on up as underneath the chain the at the flower hey the billy Oughta look yeah I wasn't as attracted to the show on the white shine Reuters posed Darren because it familiar to say no little actual but he's a hall of Famer and he was very effective at it but familiar personally it was something that I couldn't see myself emulating Iraq and foot knee on Huey a lot of the guys Roy with the bull the Atto side that's Moi that's more for the ball at the guys across the Bolo Tie and that's the that's it what you'd like to rob with your foot running wise APP Well to be honest when I'll start to do that that's had billy road and that's sad download to in the early days I think he ended up running these telling you towards the end but certainly when all star he had full for me on but was always instructed Nelin certain terms they're all Mahfoud foot me on and that's exactly what I did and when I moved to see me after being to successfully easy and buses Leeann and billy we moved to Sydney in all of these more chance to develop into one of the big voice started drawing McCowan the on how to hold stumble was also Tallinn's actually that it just stumbled at the four hundred million American rain we can call Aubert's Hayden are truly believe foof four foot in the on or wouldn't have fallen off it so after six weeks on the saw lawns mirthless six weeks hurt mnay that welcome back back in and of never changed that was it suits you and your stall he say you move from the country the city it's a big big landscape China for you and fast hard but um took two thousand and nine nine year two thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred ninety nine I should say in two thousand dollars rising seasons in two years year apprenticeship you become Laden apprentice you must have had great opportunities but made the most of it well how did great opportunity had a great granting hundred hundred wieners in the country opinion to Sydney to Rome Quinton in done in Raleigh June nineteen on as it was you just said and I had a great deal of experience but harm you had no country climbing provincial climbing to three kilo climate the city nail was the beneficiary of system charged with offenses which split the categories up to country provincial and city so a regained three kilo alantic provincials and obviously sustain the three kilo climate the country so that that guy I mean eighty winners decline that I wouldn't have had well it didn't have one on issues moved to Sydney so that that really opened the door for opportunity the deformity and yeah I'll think road at provincial Saturday meetings Kimmel Newcastle for four weeks once we got started within the ninety nine season and on the road three three trebles onto doubles and then of course the big boys went to Melbourne yep more opportunity in this in Sydney and had a great season winning the apprentices total exterior winners I think you might be able to help these sad Answer these questions what did we put apprentice on more Victoria and not in Sydney I think the cease to be different into the you've got more dominant China Zied me was even the case back then you had waterhouse and hawks dominating so if it suited them to use an apprentice I would but I tend to use the jockeys and that same sort of dominance has continued on in Sydney with a small number of China's dominating but also the realities the apprentices system in Victoria is far better than UCF wild north thing as much as writing ucs while I was gonNA heading every area that's one area that that all on the boards a working on but it certainly
"rawson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Do I do look at that Peak Model I've had a rather exhausting week series you know the series who all mystic of the Yankees of the dodgers Yankees dodgers whatever you talking about the World Series Baseball Baseball you mad when I say series I mean only one they were the mogul off for doll sequent crossbows the entire audience to the detention yasha hyper throughout the first piece of Rawson ability throughout the first piece of Raza unfortunately it struck the second violinist and opened an old rosin boomed under his eye and he left the concert he decided to go on playing the odds had changed six times odds what kind of bets could they make it a concert well it was sixty five East ringwood snap before the second movement come along with me won't you won't you we turn back the pages of history and salute the West the old West Golden Age of adventure where is the hardy pioneer who broke the trail to a new land gone and where pray tell is the buffalo from the West gun bad at all covered wagons that creaked and bumped across the nation they're still here for sale on any used car so come.
Holdout Ezekiel Elliott still absent from Dallas Cowboys as first game draws near
"Saturday multiple outlets report that there is some progress negotiation zeke and the cowboys and the expectation was that they would have something worked out by the end of the weekend then last night multiple reports stated that negotiations had fallen flat once again the category on structure the contract like total guaranteed money over how many years not necessarily how much the contract could top out at basically zeke is holding says i want todd gurley contract and then some the cowboys you're saying no because the dot girly contracts hawks folks because todd gurley is not right and if the rams were asked hey. Would you like to go sign. The curly contract again like no no. We're good. We love me on that one. This amid word you always has more cowboys have consistently shown willingness to sign their best players to extensions with two years remaining and make a player. The highest paid his position the fact that they're preparing to start the season without ezekiel ezekiel elliott has a holdout says a lot about how they view his demands. I drafted zeke elliott in in one of my fantasy leagues would have drafted him yesterday and the other fantasy league and my logic is there rawson rachel. He didn't really have have anywhere to go. He's under contract going anywhere and the whole sitting out thing like all right. He could sit out a couple of games. They're not gonna lose to the redskins or lose to the giants or lose lose to the dolphins which is not and this is not the lady on bell situation. He's not a free agent. Franchise tag like he still is under his rookie deal. Deal cowboys are in fact offering him a contract above and beyond that of a franchise tag. They're offering emigrate deal. Cowboys need him. They need him for later in the season need him to win a super bowl. The team is built around. Having a solid running game takes the pressure off dak prescott because it helps it helps to hide the fact that dak isn't deck. I mean that isn't that special. He is an elite but when is given all the weapon who work for he's going. He's fine. He's he's. He's he's draymond. Green deck is dre mongering with the cowboys really really effective without the cowboys and all they have probably just a guy but it's really hard to i find it draymond green just hard quarterbacks league and he has the equity and he continues to grow in terms of being a leader but this is ross and rachel. They're on a break but they're gonna get back together. A namesake tony pollard won't matter in a week or two weeks or a month or whenever and it it feels like the the cowboys probably went back and said look. We'll give you tell total dollar value of that todd gurley we just want to protect ourselves from your legal and bad the way the todd gurley did the cowboys haven't publicly once said anything said anything about you know dude. You were suspended six games and we went to the mattresses for you. Hey dude you almost got suspended this off season and we would have been therefore you. We would have said how wrong it was. We have fought for you. There is some there is some some some sweat equity from zeke but there's also some equity from extended from the cowboys and the other thing about the ross and rachel story to be honest at some point it did take away from the show right like i get it ross rachel. We'll be back together. Who are they dating now. When can they get back together all this other stuff but i like chandler. I like joey. I like how you doing.
"rawson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Two six two seven eight one seventy seven hundred or visit James imaging dot com. James. Imaging systems. Your local document imaging partner. Traffic is sponsored by Brett Acton Hagan, seasonal services from Lake Michigan delay, Geneva bread, oxen, Hagan seasonal services is here to help with all your landscaping needs. Call two six two three nine two three four four four or online at seasonal services dot com. Traffic and weather than one of the smartest guys I know, accurate president, Brian Wickert. Hello, debbie. Hello, john. We have northbound ninety four basically it is closed at Drexel because of another semi accident that happened at Rawson avenue. It's across all lanes of traffic. And so that's why you are being girded off the actual accident, heaven at Rawson and once you get off at Drexel avenue, you'll start needing to use those alternate routes and further out away from the freeway seems to be a little bit better by way of delays, just getting to those points along the left wing lakefront. You might not have as many problems now, southbound side probably would fit into this role as well. We've got delays all the way through the Mitchell interchange to that point to Rawson avenue. All lanes of traffic on southbound are open can get through. It's just everybody slowing down to take a look at this. So that's why we've got about twenty five minute ride from Layton avenue to Ryan road, even downtown to Layton. It's going to be slow at eleven minutes. Westbound ninety four downtown to zoos fourteen. Then the eastbound side between the zoo and downtown. You are looking at fifteen minute ride. That is an extra eight traffic and weather together on the tents on Debbie laws ago. WTMJ held up dot com timesaver traffic WTMJ five day forecast tonight, clear skies, the low fifty two tomorrow.
"rawson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You by van Rawson contracting dot com topping Austin's new state, lawmakers calling the passage of school financial property tax reform, historic local taxing districts will be required to hold an election in order to raise property taxes about three and a half percent with seventy percent of Austin budget being public safety, police union president Ken cast eight till CBS Austin, he's a bit worried how the city council will respond to this. They're trying to good thing. But a lot of times when you do good things. Severe unintended consequences, which I think we're going to see from this. I think you're gonna see public safety hurts. I meantime, the Travis county, taxpayers union says the city of Austin should have no problem running things even with that three and a half percent threshold the unions Roger Faulk says, there's plenty of fat to trim. We're giving home purchasing down payment assistance. Did we learn nothing from the two thousand eight for sessions, where people couldn't make their payments that you can't get the down payment? Why are you buying a house? And the city is helping you do that for calls talk. Of cuts to public safety spending, quote nonsense tax attorneys are alleging wrongdoing regarding Travis county property tax protests, stone tax advisor. CEO J P. Krueger says Travis counties appraisal district in review board are breaking the law by denying informal protests hearings for property tax bills. And over scheduling formal protests hearings for cases then dismissing them without a here of ten percent of the protests and past years. The Arab will now handle ninety percent of the protests, resulting in two million dollars in wasteful spending paid for by the taxpayers for all of that process, who says, there's little to no oversight on the appraisal district, or the review board and is calling for chief appraiser. Myra Kriegler to step down, Eric, like NewsRadio KLBJ, and the central Texas regional mobility. Authority expects the new three point six mile stretch of s h forty five southwest to be fully opened by this coming Saturday when it is open. It'll connect moped to FM sixteen twenty six and this will be told road but says all tolls will be waved through June thirtieth. And it's now six four. Let's look at Austin's on time traffic. Here's Don prior traffic has been reported right now. And says you're shove is at Guadeloupe said a little bit of slow going there. Also southbound service road at thirty five riverside, traffic.
"rawson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"David Rawson Martin heyday on this wet Saturday morning. Good morning guys. Good morning. I was surprised. It was what this made me. But it was it was it wasn't rainbow New Jersey when I. It was it was kind of went to the elks lodge last night after dinner. It was kind of went on the drive down there. But it wasn't raining. It was wet. To flip Fouque's pizza action. Kurdi Mason was strikeout. Nine o'clock. Whatever had the windshield wipers on all the way in this morning. I turned him onto my waist driveway. And that was it it was wetter out east than it was here. But I would imagine yesterday you live out in the sticks today about eleven o'clock in the morning, those mission valley eight it was pouring rain. I think it was sunny in Powell past like valley that I just got a little bit, you know, west to just by. Whatever it used to be the hanalei, Tony. What? It was sunny. Yeah. Nothing on the radar range. Drizzly? Hopefully, it'll supposed to blow through I think by was at the man. Yes. Okay. I'm thinking my my airplane. Check the radar range. Sorry. Oh. Well, at least somewhat point let's see we got free classes today in let me bring up that class schedule since I didn't write them down. Let's see nine o'clock today. It's going to be worms nature soil. Helpers James is going to be teaching that in San Diego store. That's at nine o'clock this morning. Getting there early to get a good seat and get a parking space to thirty in powering. Don't have to worry about getting a parking space up there for the most part. It's gonna be a cactus show with Dink. Former employees who may be coming back to workforce part time. He'd Brennan some beautiful stuff. I went out and looked at it yesterday. Some really unusual stuff that you're not gonna find just anywhere. So he's got some. He's got some nice stuff. That's going to be available for sale after the class after he teaches you everything you need to know about how to grill it..
Why was Hanoi picked for the Trump-Kim Summit?
"Now, listen two weeks after the nucleus summit between Kim Jong UN and Donald Trump, North Korea is believed to have restored a missile launch site to operational capacity. The much-hyped meeting itself collapsed with no agreements and no timetable for further talks, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel went to Hanoi for the summit. I I visited Hanoi in the two thousand on my honeymoon it so happens. It was my first trip to a developing country before I was posted as Africa correspondent and later southeast Asia. Correspondent the idea that two decades later I'd be writing this is Washington bureau chief having just visited with the US president would never have entered my head back then Vietnam northern capital was a pedestrians paradise crossing the road with few traffic lights was still fraught a case of close your eyes and walk, but the vehicle of choice was the scooter often, a vintage lamb bradtha all similar. Or a bicycle ridden? By schoolgirls in the white Al Di all traditional Driss cars will limited. It was possible to walk virtually down the middle of the road in the narrow lanes of the old quarter, browsing shoe straighten toy straight and so on they were no Google maps. And the fan was getting lost trying to navigate back to the hotel stopping for a be a Hanoi on the way, I recall spending handfuls of Dong on Vietnamese trinkets rise piper layered photo albums. Yes. That was in the old days when we printed photographs and tiny Rawson souls bowls that we've since used to serve friends meals in several countries. It's a western tourists conceit to be sure. But it seemed easy to appreciate the elegance and charm of the Eurasian architecture that defines this beautiful city with its tiny lines and sweeping boulevards without the choking traffic that now exists and the endless. Instruction of mirrored high-rises on the fringes of the city's historic centre to be clear, though, those things were exactly the attraction for Donald Trump and his team when choosing a location for the second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Vietnam remains a hardline communist country in many ways, it citizens a heavily restricted when it comes to things like freedom of expression and freedom of association, bloggers, human rights, lawyers and journalists are routinely Giles for opposing government policies often Beijing and tortured sometimes never say again, I know this because of reported undercover from Vietnam and obtained tile by the secret police while trying to tell the stories of those seeking religious and social freedom this capacity to enforce control. While also achieving remarkable economic development was exactly what the Americans won't. To show Kim Jong UN in the last thirty years the country's transformed itself from a rigid. Centrally controlled economy to a market economy with annual JD pay growth of around seven percent, by way of comparison. Australian GDP is subdued two point three percent. The United States is growing at around three point one Vietnam. Meanwhile is saying according to the World Bank robust job creation and income growth. Meaning it's been transformed from one of the world's poorest nations to a lower middle income country in three decades. So since I was there in two thousand those who had bicycles have been able to buy scooters many of those with scooters cars and so on. It's a phenomenon. I observed in several places of a five years living and working in south East Asia. And since put on in Cambodia has seen a similar surge in traffic and urban development as the economy's grown the middle class. So while I have an asto GIC Yuning for the quietest streets of the past the business likely reflects an improved quality of life for the residents of Hanoi. It's all very interesting as a reflective study. But did it have any impact on came Joan Lon, technically encouraging denuclearization using the incentive of economic development is not new various negotiating teams of tried it on previous North Korean leaders. However, Kim Jong on my have a stronger incentive with some market development already evident in North Korea and a desire to leave a legacy that doesn't revolve around conflict. It reminds secondary though. I the tough deal has to be cash on verifiable removal of nuclear assets. And as the filed Hanoi's summit showed that's an eye. Joe challenge that predates my travel nostalgia. By some decades in Washington. This is Daniel for correspondents report. Sorry, freshly back there from Hanoi.
"rawson" Discussed on KOMO
"Terry Rawson has dealt with years of trauma. But now for the very first time she is opening up with twenty twenty and as a mom of two. She says she wants to tell her own story tonight. So many details including the big stunner. How he got caught? You can see that all tonight on ABC's twenty twenty KOMO four at nine o'clock. The president of Mexico says he has a plan to stop the alarming rate of murders. In Tijuana, president Andres Manuel Lopez Oberdorf wants to stop his country's drug war by creating a national guard. Most of the murders in the border town are happening due to low level drug dealers fighting over territory over doors proposed plan would have members of the military patrolling neighborhoods detaining suspects and investigating crimes new data shows that Tijuana is one of the deadliest cities in the world with around twenty five hundred homicides last year. Jason. Padania reporting three heroes receive a special honor after warning terror attack in France in two thousand fifteen ABC's Todd ant with details. Spencer stone, Alex Carlos and Anthony sadly had been granted French citizenship for their role in stopping a gunman on a French train over three years ago. They were naturalized Thursday at a ceremony in Sacramento. The honors presented by the consul general of France in San Francisco and the honorary consul of France in Sacramento, the freemen were traveling from Amsterdam to Paris during a trip in Europe when they helped subdue a man who opened fire inside a train. Authorities say the attacker had ties to radical Islam Scarlato says a former member of the Oregon national guard stone a former airman first class in the air force. Todd ant ABC news. Komo news time twelve fifty and our propel insurance money news. Here's Jim Cesco. Make it one hundred straight months of hiring increases. The Labor Department says the US added three hundred four thousand.
"rawson" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"South Florida morning show with Jennifer Rawson. News talk, eight fifty. I believe it is in the best interests of everyone, the president congress and the American people did this matter be resolved by lowering the special counsel to complete his work. Okay. Granted not the most exciting thing in the world and not the most exciting sounding guy, but William bar taking the stand yesterday and his confirmation hearing for attorney general sounds pretty solid to me, John. I dunno for a second term attorney general. He was Bush's attorney general. So it's like, okay, let's bring it back for a second run. I live in the city wasn't going to be influenced either by the president press by any member of congress by anybody on the outside. And then what struck me the biggest point that he made yesterday with somebody asked him about the fake news. And all the crap that spreading that was pretty amazing. Yeah. Should any of these people will be punished? And he was like, yeah. You know, what we need to look at stuff like that? I was like, wow. That's the first time. I've ever heard anybody say that but bias and social media. Yeah. It's like linked into the fake news and everything. Yeah. So it was I don't know. We'll see they're trying. Trying to paint him as a Trump flunky. Well, you're just going to do everything he says doesn't sound like it to me. Not at all. It sounds just the opposite. Actually should be interesting to see. But yeah, it's it's not the most riveting of testimony to watch. It's really not. I get that. It's that important. But it's pretty all right? Just up to each of the meantime, while Karen was doing the news break. I was getting update on this in the other room on the caravan. It's forming right now expected to reach our border the southern border with ten thousand plus people right now, it's a two thousand and ready for this. It's an a town called Agua Kellyanne t- Honduras. Does that not mean hot water hot water hot water for whoever's organized, and this and this started with about twenty five people, and they're already up to two thousand and they say once they reach the ten could possibly even reach fifteen thousand that they are more or less going to run across the border when they get here in mass. I don't know who's organizing this because you know, somebody is or somebody's organizing at funding it it's going to backfire the last one did. But worse it's going to prove Trump's point that we need the wall. Especially while especially if they get to a point like, you know, where they were was it the Rio ground that where they were just running across the right? It's like, okay. Let's put him over there. I it's how these caravans get so large is beyond me. People. It's like a recruitment mission yesterday. It was literally a handful of people two days ago. Now, it's up to two thousand and they're saying at least seven to ten thousand by the time, they get how many people ten thousand people as a lot of people storming the border and then funneling to the points where there's no fence. Where they are going to go. Here's your proof build the wall. Build the wall day twenty-six partial government shutdown continues. But the IRS is going to have people. That's a good news. They they brought her. They told a bunch of people you're gonna show up because these tax returns are going to start hitting like it on February first you better be here. They say eighteen million tax taxes are filed within the first three days off eighteen million. And that's a big concern. But there's not going to bring bring an extra people to do audits. Which is great news. That's really good. If all the new hires or the the people that they're bringing in for special work, which is for. It's. Bad PR, go. Oh my God. No. So hopefully, no one will be audited and you'll get your refund back as soon as possible. So we still see hope so we can only hope, but I don't know. I don't know. Did you see this district, by the way as we sit here and look at computers, okay? In in your view right now. How many screens are there four look up? Well, those those, but I was looking down. Okay. Get three TV's or get our cell phones. We got computer screens in front of us. They say, but if you lived an average of two seventy eight years old, you'll spend half of your almost half of your lifetime. Looking at a screen some form of screen sounds about right? But if not more a TV screen the screen in your car, if you got like, you know, one of those displays your laptop, your your tablet, your cell phone, whatever the case, I'm like, oh my God. Forty seven percent of your time will be spent looking at a screen sounds about. Right. And that's for people like us. Can you? Imagine her kids just their whole life ninety five percent of lives. You know what? Carolina just got a new job in phones are allowed. I'm thinking, you're going to have a milk. You're going to. Got to start to shake. She is. I bet you betcha. There is such a thing as cellphone withdrawal. There's gotta be. Oh, absolutely. I've seen it. It's like, oh, yeah. Oh, it's Cal. Okay. I really feel this really truly bothers me maybe more than it actually should. But I, you know, we always say the lunatic lefties are killing comedy kill the Oscars. Well, Kevin Hart. Now, they can't find a host if they can get to family guy and get them to kind of curb what they do..
"rawson" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Show with Jennifer Rawson Bill Adams, tomorrow morning, five thirty to nine AM on news talk eight fifty W F T L. All right. The Barclay invade camp show. Thanks so much for being here. Jamie Markley that's David van camp. I did not know that North Korea was back in the news. Oh, it is. Okay. Is it ever not really back in the news? I guess it's always there. But it goes to the fact bird or whatever it's convenient because there's other pressing issues. President Trump said yesterday that the US is negotiating a location for a second summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong the chubby little nutjob in North Korea. Trump says he's spoken to him indirectly so through some proxies. Of course. So was reported last week that the US has been looking for sites for the second summit Trump. I met came in king. Trump. I met Kim in Singapore. Uh-huh. Last year, of course for the historic and unprecedented meeting. I don't know this. This winds up, you know, after the New Year's address from the chubby little nutjob. And now there's just kind of does feel like recycling the old news because now anytime this is brought up there's the. Out of the blue take that somehow Donald Trump gave out everything gave up everything John and Kim Jong and played them like a cheap federal. Yeah. I mean that wasn't true. And it was like the original was okay. Yeah. I mean it wasn't critically acclaimed, but it was certainly an enjoyable watch. But this sequel, I'm really not interested. This is like, okay, we've been down there. I just want to see results. Are you saying now that this is like rush hour two maybe? Yeah. For the die hards. There might be something there. But, you know, fair weather fans like myself bright, let me know if there's some great scenes in it. Okay. Okay. All right up to date. Daddy, just.
"rawson" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Well, now Ross was was going that was a known thing. It was Rory. We weren't quite sure about the time. But some. Rawson flavio. I was chief engineer time. Russell flavio. But when you may to to become technical director when when Ross left, and I really didn't want to do the I had the best job and stone. Why did I want anything else? But they. Persuaded me that was the right thing to do. Which in retrospect, I'm so glad I did too. But then when Michael said, well, what about for aria? I said, you know, taking on this challenge. And if I go to for our I'm just going to be a rice engineer, and I've got a chance Benneton being technical director. And things I wanted to do lots things add let so much from Ross wonderful guy to work for Assad Rory with me had been my mental for really since. I started in in Formula one even a little bit before, you know, he'd been a friend knocker coal. So I I was absolutely determined. I was gonna make Benneton work. Without Michael not to me was much more interesting in a much harder challenge than going to for Ari repeating it all every game with a red shirt on instead of blue shirt. I didn't seem should traction in that when I guess we talked about. But it's big it's ready to become a championship. So she Maccabi the Rajoy always after that. They was the right team. But with not necessarily the the right drivers. Well, I it was a bit more than that. Because to be honest. We then went into an era where we were really struggling for money. I remember. As you when you were in the championship. You have see reap the benefits of it. Both in terms of the the the money that used to get from from Bernie in those days and. And the sponsorship, and I remember we thought long and hard about what we should be doing with it. And essentially that money went into building Wintel attend Stein. Presenters we moved into the late nineties. It really was was difficult. And it's funny. When people talk about the cost of gang racing these days, which. Yes, they are incredibly high. But people talk about the cost of engines as part of it now in the late nineties. I remember signing off on seventeen million pounds for engines, the soup tech engine, and at the end of the getting another Bill because we done more testing than we plan to do. So you know, it was really expensive going going racing in in those days and Benneton being a private company better. I successful very wealthy company. They weren't prepared to start pouring money into formula. One in the way for aria that time particularly were doing so becoming more and more difficult and the late nineties became very much about. Really? I think I could see the writing on the wall. And I knew that only the only future we could have was to become a manufacturer's team. And so that that was very much ambition in ninety eight ninety nine to two hope that the manufacturer will come along bias because Reynaud was the the sort of logical woman using their engines they were making noises about coming into to Formula one Flavio Briatore he was not involved with the team at that time, the Benneton family put their own people in and move Flavio on Flavio wanted to get back. He was the sort of middleman between Benetton and Renault. And so that's the way it went. But I think to answer your question. No until until we became a manufacturer team built the team up again to what was required by the mid two thousand which was. An immensely different team to mid nineties in terms of size in terms of ability in terms of equipment until we got to that we weren't going to another championship. Whereas for our with ad. They were ready. So very logical thing for Michael today. Of course, it in the end, it was it was that renting yourself nonetheless that not throwing she backed off the perch. Yes. Irony in that isn't an. Well, thank you very much in Science Fantastic. Tom your rights the benefit somebody worked so closely with him stalk about him. So thanks very much persimmons. Pleasure fascinating stuff. From Pat Simmons really interesting to see what it was like working up close with with Markelle Schumacher, Glenn. How do you think we should look back those Benetton years?.
Kit Harington Calls Out Marvel For Not Casting Gay Actors As Superheroes
"All right. Why is it important? And I asked this not to be a jerk. I just wanna know I saw something about an actor calling up marvel for not casting gay actors superheroes. Is there a big call for gay superheroes? I don't know the answer that question. But I think it was kid Harrington. He's on game of thrones. Actually, there's a rumor that Warner Brothers looking at him as as new Batman. I don't know how true that is or not. The don't question.
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'Zombieland 2' a go with Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin
"This news back in january a listener was at a thing with woody harrelson woody harrelson say this was happening so just letting you know there's no exclusive we have this news awhile ago it's coming back zombie land to everyone's returning emma stone woody harrelson jesse eisenberg abbott abigail breslin a lot of oscars in that category oscar nomination i think all four of them have oscar nominations does what do you have an oscar nam i think he for people for people versus larry flint i think i was three billboards yeah yelling for three billboards to and abigail breslin has one as well but she was much younger jesse eisenberg has social network emma stone one and oscar so ethically never thought about that it's a starstudded cast their zombie lend to and this comes on the heels of we talked to rawson thurber talked about not forcing sequels like telling the whole story like he told his much about dodge balls he possibly could i think this doesn't fall on that i think zombie land there were so many more samis at the end of the movie so i think there's potential for you know to expand their story but you know it's a matter of how good the script is in its witty like the other one i mean zombie was such surprise when it came out it was so enjoyable the visuals were like when they put the rules up on the screen it was a fun movie so i just as fun because again cast is great this is probably the only zambia related content this and the last of us too even though they're not technically these that i'm looking forward to because i feel like the zone be trend is at its dime breasts slowly being carried out by what's tv show the walking dead that people somehow still watch yet hate it the biggest fans hate the walking dead i feel like i it seems like every cyclical every couple years you have a monster that's very popular two thousand eight vampires came onto the scene with twilight vampires suck parody movie all these other vampire related properties go back to nineteen ninetytwo yet interview at the vampire null those anne rice novels around round vampires see had vampires are hot for few years and then it shifted into zombies so the question is wins wins frankenstein's monster get his moment he did not like these he got the aaron eckert one which is i frankenstein hey maybe the dark universe comes back maybe he does get his moment yeah yeah that's a little bit different than general types like vampires zombies vampires you can't have one frankenstein he's like a patchwork monster fracas actually is technically zombie so i just kind of do mean flurry consigns monster frankenstein's monster so i think i just kind of owned myself there that's a that's a cellphone rule if if a conversation involving frankenstein the name bring sign takes place in nobody corrects the person his frankenstein's monster the conversation is invalid shitty person correct the other person yeah i took on that role but yes we're definitely happy about zombie zombie to right so that makes me let the last samba land zombie land one and folks they're making a zombie land origin story starring billy dee williams you wanna know what it's called what zombie landau.