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"rayton" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"E. p. one to do one now. We bring you these episodes. Every Monday and I always get so excited when I bring you an episode because I just get excited did in sharing our guests stories well next. Monday is going to be very very special because this week I went off to the House of Sofia Hilton would have addresses most famous names and rightly so so when you get an invite to go to his house because they want to interview me about me and my podcast and I just had to go and I went off and I met Sophia at House and I had the most delightful evening in her company she cooked us a Beautiful Mail and we sat and we could've told all night but she interviewed me for the podcast and next week. We're going to be bringing you that particular podcast and is one. I promise this you do not want to miss because not because he's just about me but it's just having so fear interview in May and the heroine her interview star which was brilliant by the way. She asked me some great questions but also in this podcast. I'm going to be given an exclusive and I wanted to the white for this interview because I felt it was the right time to announce. Saint Aubin wanted to say to you for a little while well. This is going to be that podcast so don't miss it will be bringing you this episode next Monday morning as we do every Monday and I always say the best way to make sure that you never miss any of our episodes. Going forward is to subscribe to it on your particular podcast provider now. If you do listen on Apple itunes please do you leave us a rating and review. They really do help us grow to show it gives people who have no idea what cast is all about but I may be looking for saint. That's going to get them excited about the hair industry well by leaving your honest opinions then that really helps him and if you do leave. Rayton and if you don't give us high rated no no problem but do give us some constructive critique because if they're saying you don't like about it may be. I can improve the show. I want to hear about that so please do do that and if you I want to share you'll have to cut it on the instagram stories. I'm so grateful for every one of you that does again. Lets people know about the show and it lets them know why you are are enjoying it now. If you WANNA find me on social media very easy to search how to cut it with a everywhere we're on instagram. We're on facebook. We're on twitter and if you WANNA give men amyot he's very easy just email info at how to cut dot it so finally thank you to everyone of you. Each week you tune in in the numbers. Keep getting bigger and bigger the show is getting bigger and bigger and the only reason that is happening is because I have amazing guests who come onto the show but you you you are listening. You are recommended and I will always be grateful to you so into next Monday. Piece level smiles all the way goodbye how to gut IT industry taking your head. You're saying about this his.
"rayton" Discussed on The View
"Modern family star. Eric Stonestreet lends, his voice, new movie, the secret life of pets, too, as a big dog who knows how to turn around a stressful situation. Nikolic. You're never going to believe it. Oh, hey, listen. I heard Chuck tell Liam that were going on a trip. Really? We're going in the car or cooling in the car cars cars. You know, life is funny, one minute, you're getting fitted for a cone, and the next you to go to car. I feel like that's very specific to you totally. Please welcome every. These tick taxes a hint. How's it going? Dressing. And yours. Being make it in your home. The unbothered. Will your new movie is a sequel to the first secret life of pets, and I have to say I didn't see the first one but this one was so funny. Good on the first one good. Yes. When? Off the Cleveland planning this great. It was just so amazing. And the voice, the voices from the actors you had you of course. Kevin hart. Tiffany haddish and Harrison Ford foetal Harrison. Yeah, tell us about it. I just I animated film, he's ever signed up to do. So it's a big it's a big deal. I hope I get to meet him at the premiere or something and just say, what a big fan, I am of his, but his voice in the movie is exactly what you want. I mean it is. It's just leathery and soft cool and quiet. Anyplace this incredible cool farm dog name rooster. Wale movie star. Absolutely. I mean you recognize the voice you're gonna love it. You have an actual real dog. I do. Roscoe is his name who you love. A lot. Yeah. Theories, these American staffer catalog sharpei and twelve percent mutt? I did the DNA. Yeah. Yeah. I just rattled off the top. That's my guess he he his aptitude. Go ahead. His aptitude to learn is insane so smart secret. Like the other one, you know, I think his secret is, he's happy that I leave because I feel like he is responsible for my entertainment, like because we're just constantly doing stuff with him. He's like, okay, I get it. I can balanced on my nose. Just leave the naked babysitter. Well assistant right now is naked Tyler put your clothes off. So one thing I couldn't help but notice on your Instagram is that you have a new hairstyle called hiatus hair? I think we have a photo of. Really into well, always wanted that hairdo Ricky Skaggs. So that was the that was the hair I sent my friend who is a professional wig maker, and makeup artists Hollywood, and they made it for me, just so I could pick up my girlfriend from the airport thinking like that. Not at all. Not at all. I said, how do you like the future? I hope you enjoy the president because it soon to be your. Family, how long time where we just finished ten years, and we're going to do eleven our next next season. Our is our last season. Eleven years on a sitcom is. Whereas not complaining. Eleven I it. But we're so we're so fortunate. We're so happy and thankful for everybody that's watched over the years. Thank you for watching, and we're going to do our best to say a proper goodbye to this family and goodbye to you. And I know our writers, Chris, and Steve and the whole staff. We're going to do an amazing job. The country less homophobic. I believe that. And let me tell you I can only base it on my personal interactions with people as you all you have interactions with people that tell you. That's how they actually studied things and Rayton track things, and one of my favorite tweets ever was a screen shot of conversation girl had with her dad, that said, you cured my dad of his homophobia, like, Mitch and Cam cured. My dad doesn't mean we take credit for a lot a lot people came before us on TV is gay couple, there will be couples after us. But there's just no doubt. We have had a cultural..
Is GDP Overstating Economic Activity?
"I'm going to reach. Couple of things here. And then I I need you to tell me what you as a person who studies this stuff. What do you think? The Federal Reserve means. Okay. Sounds good. All right. So at their meeting in December, and we're talking about this again because the meetings came out today from the January meeting them was reason meeting, but back in December the Federal Reserve said this about economic activity in this country. It said economic activity has been rising at a strong Rayton. Okay. Rising at a strong rate and then in their median January. They said economic activity has been rising at a solid rate. Can you help me understand what Jay Powell and the gang at the fed are trying to do here? So that sounds to me like a slight weakening strong is a positive evaluative adjectives that see just that. We've got a positive judgment about what's happening. So if I have a student, and of course, and I say their progression is strong, then it's just I feel positively towards that progression. On the other hand, solid solid. Progression is not necessarily a positive when it could be something. I'm not particularly happy about. But at least minimally it's consistent. So the two adjectives focus on different components of the of the rise. And you could make the case that the fed maybe not so happy with the way things are going right now, hence, hence, the sod. Let me let me try another one on year again from the December statement, it was talking about interest rate increases this time, and the fed said the committee judges that some further gradual increases in interest rates are going to be necessary that was December. And now this past month in January. They said the committee will be patient as it determines what interest rates ought to be decipher that for me. So that seems like some more subtle weakening in three respects. So the first one is a statement of of the fact that they want some increases, but there's three sort of hedging our weaken. Ding components of the updated version, they're going to be patient as determined what future adjustments to the target range may be appropriate. It's we're sort of not going to come down onto physician of whether or not there's going to be a change, and whether it'll be increase or decrease when you put all of these things together, it's sort of a monster the difference between the sentence. I know how much coffee KYW wants which is a sort of straightforward declaration of what the facts on the ground are versus I wonder whether KAI might want coffee, which is significantly more heads than less informative. So they know what they're doing over there will. Well. Okay. So first of all, I definitely wants coffee, but second of all I mean, they must spend an excruciating amount of time on this word play. And I, and I don't mean that in a pejorative sense. But but clearly they're very intentional about. Literally the words. Yeah. I'm actually a little impressed with the minutes. It seems that they know what they wanna do. And they know how to do it very subtly. Is one that I can say for a lot of us. What? Well, yes. Do you think actually? And this is a little bit sideways, and I don't know how closely you follow the business press. But do you think we spend too much time trying to do the Kremlinology of of what the fed is talking about goodness. Well, what else would we do with our time? I think reading TV's sun, and they've given us a lot to work with
"rayton" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"This was about art a very different field for a there's lots of discussion about Aaron creativity. Cannonade be creative and Daniel from London Rayton with his review, and he said, he left the book. Thanks so much for recommending and he didn't have much criticism from it. Although he thought that Hannah fry was on slightly shaky shaky ground in the final chapter on awed. And even though the conclusion she drew will on an heartfelt. And I think most of his hair agree with Daniel. I I feel like that was maybe the week is in the chapter. It felt like Hannah fry had kind of less experienced that. And I think she lets you literally says, you know, I'm a mathematician. This is kind of out of my fields. But it was very interesting to see some someone who knows so much about our grids mathematics feel unable to comment on them. When they are applied to art. Yes. Definitely. She definitely didn't say the best two loss without chapter part of the problem is as you say looking at creativity as a mathematical problem kind of goes against what we is human beings, define creativity as which is a very human thing. So how can something that is logical and coded be better at creativity than us. But you already see examples algorithms of making playlists on Spotify that putting together movie trailers that doing lots of really creative work or even writing whole songs on Spotify. You probably don't realize listening to them. But if you're ever listening to something that sounds a bit like blinky plunking instrumental. It's probably being written by a piece of software. It's not being written by human hands and not just pinky punky instrumental as you call it, what are these pushy gives is a computer program that was able to write a piece of music that people thought was Bach. They got played a piece by that was actually bought a lesser known piece by him a piece made by the computer that was trained. On his previous work well on all his works. He's dead and a piece by a musical scholar who had written their own version based on his and people feel that the piece written by the scholar was the computer piece much to his disappointment. And the piece written by the computer was invited. By the interesting dynamic is is it's hard to know how to react. Whether you think the computer is tricking you by being superficial. Whereas actually does not come from a real place of meaning you've just stuck together. Random end all is the reaction. Well, maybe human creativity doesn't really add up to much. I think fry mentions a few different pop songs and the pop song vanilla no way, no way. So bad. She says we're lows a pop songs very formula major that there may by industry people that know exactly how to different artists and stuff to make something would do. Well. So actually, it made me think, well, maybe actually we evaluate creativity. That actually is not so deserved in every circumstance, and although creativity fell a little bit away for may what Hannah's of main interest, focus or something. I think it's also raises the big questions of how we work with these systems because I'm I'm sure as the example in the box. It was the scholar who it's back study outrageous for years and worked up their own piece of image imitation. They were probably very offended that they weren't seeing to be the the creative. They were that they weren't and algorithm. Did I say that right? They probably be very offended to think that someone they were in algorithm because I'm sure that took a lot of heartfelt and Deva and passion to make that peace and wallet not have the same consequences things in the judicial system or self driving cars or anything like that. It's more about how we interact with the algorithms and how we as humans, consider them..
"rayton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"One thousand Fred Hubner with you till eleven forty then we have Notre Dame basketball. It take out Virginia Tech than we will go to the fiesta bowl. L S U N UCF UCF tried to finish another unbeaten season. And after that, it'll be Ohio State in Washington. The rose bowls way. Busy busy day right here at ESPN one thousand cap will be back tomorrow as we gear up for previewing the bears taking on the Philadelphia Eagles bears back in the postseason. The Tribune today Chicago Tribune, yes, I'm the guy. I'm that guy that buys the newspapers, you may not have seen this. If you just looked online they have a little thing on the front page of the sports section. It says everything is not as it seems they go what are you talking about the four teams rewarded with buys the in the NFL playoffs. The saints Rams chiefs and patriots better be careful. This post-season some of the hottest teams in football will be playing on wild card weekend. So let's have a little fun bears fans. Here's a side by side. Look at the actual seatings of the twelve playoff teams compared with how the playoffs. Look based on only the last ten games of the season. Okay. I don't know who came up with this. But I didn't New Year's morning. It's very very interesting. Okay. The way the seatings are now saints thirteen and three number one. The Rams thirteen to three two bears twelve and four three. The Cowboys tenant six four Seahawks tenant six five and the eagles and seven are six. Okay. Now the way that the. One through six would look if you went based on the last ten games, the bears would be number one. They're nine in one over their last ten games. Winning the division the saints eight into the Cowboys seven three the Rams are seven three the Seahawks are seven and three the eagles who come into Soldier Field on Sunday six and four in their last ten games. I've heard people say, well, you know, how the eagles are playing better. Yeah. Six and four of their last ten games. It would change a little bit in the AFC to where the chiefs are number one seed right now twelve and four patriots eleven and five Texans. Eleven and five ravens at ten and six the way they've been playing the colts are nine and one in their last ten games. The chargers Rayton to patriots seven three the Steelers. Well, they were six and four but they're not even playing Texans. Eight and to the chiefs seven three the chiefs can do one thing the chiefs can score real well the chiefs can't play much defense. So it's very very cool to be going into the postseason hot. And that was one of the reasons I wanted the bears to play their guys against Minnesota. I wanted them to go in and get a win because momentum may or may not count. But if the players on your team and coaches on your team think momentum's of big thing, then you want to ride that momentum as long as you. And with Chicago Bears winning games over Minnesota. And the Rams and the Packers and Minnesota again and knock it off. All these teams that is something that you want to be able to take with you into the playoffs. A stat that I thought was interesting that I found this morning. Only four teams have led the NFL outright in scoring defense and takeaways since the nineteen seventy merger playoff results. In two thousand thirteen the Seahawks won the Super Bowl. They lead the NFL in outraged scoring defense and takeaways in two thousand the ravens they won the Super Bowl and in nineteen eighty five the bears won the Super Bowl leading the NFL in scoring defense and takeaways and this year the bears led the NFL in scoring defense and takeaways again, I'm not saying I'm just saying only four teams have done. This led the NFL and scoring defense and takeaways says the merger or they've gone on to win the Super Bowl. And there are people that think the bears this bears team can actually win the Super Bowl. There are numerous people that think that's a possibility. One of the things that the bears are very very happy. With is obviously either defensive side of the ball because you got a guy like akiem Hicks who was good last year. The addition of Khalil Mack this year and akiem Hicks. You step in his game up making the Pro Bowl heat said he talked after the. Game the other day on the team answering any adversity questions. There might have been actually negative today. And you.
"rayton" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"I think I think a lot of it had to do with the TV guide and working at the video store and the TV guide, you know, you'd see the name of the movie, and it would always have the the year Rayton apprentice, and for some reason just stuck so I dunno. We'll see how this goes. All right. This'll be a short one, and I have twenty five movies for you. I tried to pick different years different genres stuff that you would definitely know in stuff. You would probably not know at all. We'll see how many of these you get at twenty five. How many do you think you'll get out of twenty five twenty five? Now, you're gonna say all twenty-five. No, I'll say twenty one. All right. So you can miss four. And we'll say the movie you save a year, and I'll tell you, right or wrong. I have no idea what you've prepared here. So these are all Bill Cosby movies ghost? Emmanuel the whatever. All right. So we're gonna go down the line. And you just Mark off when you get one. And we'll see if you can get twenty one. Here's number one Pulp Fiction ninety four. You got it. Give yourself a Mark. They're nice job number to catch me. If you can. That's. I'm going to say two thousand two thousand two. No, Mark there, your I miss and the second question, you might be up. What they call shits creek. Great show on Netflix, number three cocktail eight that is right. Tom Cruise cocktail. I feel like most of that movie is how you've lived your life. It's a good movie, man. I do not know how to flip any of those bottles. But I know how to drink a lot of those concoctions. I'm sure there you go and number four Caddyshack nineteen eighty got it nineteen eighty Caddyshack. That's a buds family movie. We've watched that quite a bit number five the naked gun eight. Yeah. Nice job. I would've thought that was eighty four eighty five wrong. I would have been wrong you ruined. Leslie Nielsen was looking for the undertaker summer slam. One of the favorite parts of that is when he's he takes to the microphone in Nevada and with them. He's got no idea crowds into I love when that guy falls onto the building. And then his fine and he wipes himself off in tiger attacks or the lion a lion. All right. Number six con air. Ooh. This is gonna be nineteen ninety seven you got it ninety seven Cyrus the virus. Yeah. Number seven, wedding crashers. Shoe shoots. Either five zero six five at is two thousand five nice job. You're on a nice run here. Number eight. Meet the parents. Shoot thousand one it was two thousand you're one off their two thousand your second miss, but you're doing pretty good. You got a little more than half way to go. Number nine. Peggy sue got married. Eighty eight eighty six. Number ten Butch Cassidy in the Sundance kid sixty nine. Yes. Nice job hoosiers..
"rayton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Once again, this is Hannah who is the. Wife of Luke Willard sins sister. Thanks for connecting the dots. There Willard is going to try and get us who has tried to get us or made still try to get us. A Brandon hope stick break we have Rayton Holden we grantee stick with this. We have the state that to save that one. The Stanley Cup. We have that stick. So any other sticky get his gravy? That's all just to be clear. We would like to have that stink. You would like if Luke Wilson was a fan of the show. We'd like something signed by Lovie somebody signed by like a helmet, maybe like helmet sunny like give us a sweet like Howard probably going there tonight to sit in the suite with them you again, like he always does tonight give the show a suite for the night. We cannot off for charity. A little can come to the suite with us drink watch a game hang out just give us a sweet, that's Gary request is what a graph something by by Al picking when I come for the fun. And if we're just throwing it out now, I mean, if I could play that would be nice, do you want to marry you get it for you? No, no, no. Although we love mareo meal. Love mary. Who's a great owner? Yes is Michael if people like Hannah want to send us their music, or if a brother-in-law wants to send a music, how do they go about doing this industry music by emailing it to jingles Tony Kornheiser show dot com. And how are we selling? I had a conversation yesterday. And I said how are we doing with our sales? And it was it was check the sales report. I give you access to that. I can show you live sales. I have I didn't know there was such a thing as sales report. Oh, you'll get lost in the numbers with with the cold. Winter is coming layer up layer up go to Johnny Ellen. Join for sure still see that TK fall. Now that is approaching winter still will get you through these last few nice fall days. So I was sort of hoping that the accumulated wealth of all the things that we sold would be good enough that I could buy an island. Well, we're almost but no all you need to access that sales report is your apple. Woods. I don't know. What that is. As my boys are fun of saying, no man is an island. But when you're peeing urination. And by the way, I should get a shot onto Spike. spike. Team. Fourteen year old humor day happy birthday. Spiking. I can't so happy birthday. Thank you. I do. And I just want to point out that sung by Hannah. Sophie was called the sky's falling. Okay. It's a wonderful song. So please check that out. You can get an itin and FIA Mr Tony did you want me to do this now or out on the third hour of the show where I go through county by county results from the election to we'll do. Last night. I mean, I I was going back and forth with the basketball. And and I watched CNN that's what I watched last night. John king at the map John king at the map is a wizard. He's always he's okay. He's okay. I I would say Chuck is the ultimate love Chuck. MSNBC too. Okay. I get paid by them. Tony. What do you want me to show I paid for by them the counter program on Turner? Classic movies was Casablanca and the messy is of good movies. Stay conus basketball. We've talked a bit about one game. You did not get to Pat forty was the Americans showdown with Cornell at Binghamton. Co frus eighty six seventy five Cornell wins I'm gonna tell you exactly where being lost the game. It was the free throw line. Just six of seventeen terrible. That's. Still have some good news for you as a freshman. God by the name of Sam Sessoms, right? He puffed for twenty seven points. That's great..
"rayton" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"There's so many ways you can listen mixture. Listen mixture, Rayton subscribing, commeting, doing all of that fun stuff so we can continue to bring you this podcast. We're talking about the defense before we broke. We wanted to talk a little bit more. I wanted to move it over to the linebackers and the secondary. It is just phenomenal that the level of late late and Vander Jalen Smith playing at right now. If you would've told me. Six months ago that in week six Jalen Smith late Vander would be your to starting linebackers in nickel, and they'd be playing a huge chunk of snaps outta vomited and not been very happy, but they're, they're playing phenomenal in given the expectations put on both of those guys given the injury history, given what we knew coming into this year. It's crazy how those guys are playing. We're gonna get to the secondary, a second one of these shoot it over to Kohl ask him what he thinks of these linebackers in what's going to happen when Sean Lee comes back. I mean, obviously Sean Lee has been here for years. It's hard to see them not giving him his job back, but how do you take one of those guys off the field? Or do you just play more base defense? What do you think happens when Sean Lee gets back? Yeah, that's the million dollar question isn't it l. v. e. and Jalen Smith have been playing really, really great in spam. Really encouraging to see how each. Each of them have stepped up in Wease ups, and we are in a years past defensive fall apart when it leave because of injury. But this year those two are holding it up pretty fine. I mean, they're not perfect. They're gonna make some mistakes bugging for the most part are playing great. And I like to see how fast they play. They play quick. They run to the bowl mean Jalen he's he's pretty impressive. He he forced out foam will if I'm not mistaken running all over the field, he's not playing hesitant like like data year season ago. I mean, he, I don't know if we'll ever get back to where he could have been. But I mean he spying coffee and that's really encouraging, see vanish. I think he's led the team intact was for the past three or four games if I'm not mistaken. I mean, he's always ain't on attack. Would it seems like in he's he's as playing with confidence. He's playing like he, he wants to prove people wrong. He, he, I'm sure he, he realizes that he wasn't a popular pig, but I mean, he's proven a lot of people wrong east, prevent you in Eireann me everybody. Now everybody was. I on. Let me he's. He's playing really well that pick in kind of what's just blown. My mind is that when coming in, you felt really good about its coverage ability and everything else you're like, oh man, like he's really fast silent silent. He's great, but he's almost like he's almost played better filling gaps, taking on blockers coming through the backfield and then he's, he's giving up some things in coverage that it's kind of like the opposite end he's played. Well, he's played. He's played about as you can about as good as you can play for rookie linebacker that his still really new to eleven man football. Dalton, a wins. You talk about a secondary. This is a group that I still don't think is gaining the respect they deserve. I think Anthony Brown, who's a guy that were almost looking over now, a guy that we had all kind of clamored that may be needed to be benched at some point in his career, possibly even released in someone of his career, how good he's playing, how good your Louis filled in for joke job a woozy after a lot of people thought that he should be traded inactive. And then Byron Jones is playing like a top three or four corner in the NFL even though he has zero ball skills as coverage. Skills are incredible. What's your thoughts on the secondary? I mean, it's just it's crazy. They're gonna get even better when woozy does come back fully healthy. Yes. Sorry, I'm I've been watching that Jalen hit on a loop for the past like five minutes and didn't hear a word. You said? No, I'm kidding. Mannies out some pop in his pads, but I wanted to quickly talk about latent Vandereycken coverage just real quick..
"rayton" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Well, like, I said, you know, coach McDermott talks a lot about complementary football staying on the field on third down. It's an offense and ruined. The time of -sition limiting the turnovers and on defense forcing three now. It's forcing turnovers and in those games we've won the turnover margin quite a bit. So that's why we're I come in. And you know, making good decisions not putting the ball into their hands. And our defense comes out. We got some fantastic players on defense, and they showed up tonight and. I didn't expect anything less than them. Situation where you have to learn. Especially. Is it a little bit off for you? I care about letters came about the w I don't care how ugly the stats look if we're out on top. That's all I care about you know, guys at throw for four hundred and six touchdowns but ended up losing the game still loss at the end of the day. So I'm just trying to every possible in my power to help his team moved the football. Stay on the field on third downs and me put points on the board. Well, I mean, obviously the first few weeks. Getting shady going. You know, wasn't all there tonight. I think we put it together. Our guys just had a mindset that they were gonna go out there and do their job. And that's what we did without executed to five and three three. They just ran they trusted what they saw. They made plays plays needed to be made. And that's all you can ask for your from your big backs. Awesome. How Garrick would every time? I see him. Just I I never really was around in the locker room. But from what I've been told by everybody who's just one of the greatest guys I've ever met and from the comeback and watch our game. And it's kind of hanging out. You know, it's it's awesome. Oh, for sure for sure. I really haven't seen all the reports or not really sure what's going on. But I'm welcome to Jenny help. You know, I'm not gonna turn help away for sure. And I know there's a lot of things for me to improve and grow on. You know, and that comes with repetition that comes with an extra set of is maybe sometimes to Rayton sit down on the sidelines. Just kind of tell me what he's seeing how he would handle the situation because he's been there before. So I'm excited and definitely welcome to that offer. Thank you. That ends or this ends perhaps the longest post game show ever as chemo over well before four o'clock. Thanks for gutting it out with us. Sorry. Mike Chopin.
"rayton" Discussed on AP News
"S one while there, be sure to subscribe Rayton review. That's the AP top twenty five college football podcast. Kevin. Aw, and accusers. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute. Supreme Gordon Brad Kavanagh tells Fox News that the sexual misconduct accusations levelled against him by two women are not true. And he's determined to clear his name, America's about fairness. And hearing from both sides, and I didn't do this or anything resembling this. He and his first accuser Christine Blasi Ford who says he sexually assaulted her. When they were both in high school are to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee on Thursday, a second woman. Deborah Ramirez tells the New Yorker Cavanaugh exposed himself to her when they were in college, maybe Republican Senator Susan Collins says judiciary committee, investigators should interview her under oath Collins is considered a swing vote in the confirmation process. Attorney Mark avenue who represents stormy Daniels and her legal action against President Trump claims he represents a woman who has information about wild high school parties attended by Cavanaugh. I'm Tim McGuire. The lobster restaurant that claimed it would use marijuana to calm the sea creature before their inevitable death is now under investigation main health. Investigators are investigating Charlotte's legendary lobster pound in south west harbor the shops still open, but it stopped allowing customers to request meat from lobster sedated with marijuana owner, Charlotte Gill is a state licensed medical marijuana caregiver. She said Friday that she had started offering smoked lobster meat recently and hopes to resume sales by mid October. It's unknown whether pot-smoking actually calms lobsters or has any effect on their meet, the main department of health and human services wouldn't say whether the state had asked Gill to stop selling the lobster. Italy's government is making it harder for migrants to be approved for humanitarian protection, the country's interior minister told reporters that the government Monday approved setting tighter criteria for such protections, which will be granted only for victims of labor exploitation human trafficking, domestic violence, natural calamities. Those needing medical can it be grounded for what's considered deeds of particular civic value. An apparent reference to heroism the decree also calls to reduce daily pocket money for asylum-seekers China's accusing the United States of bullying AP's, Charles de LA desma reports it comes after both sides imposed new terrified I'm each other's good Beijing's criticism of Washington's trade stance. Indicates little sign of compromise. In an intensifying technology. That's weighing on global economic growth in the new hike. US regulators have gone ahead with the plan. Ten percent. Tax on the two hundred billion dollar list of thousands of Chinese impulse including bicycles and furniture. The response China will collect taxes of between five and ten percent on a sixty billion dollar list of thousands of American goods from Hani to industrial chemicals, the conflict stems from president Donald Trump's complaint that Beijing steals or precious foreign companies to handle the technology. I'm Charleston, LA desma. When posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales director sales driving sales director you're looking for. But when you posted indeed dot com, you get the candidates just right for you. I'm a sales director with an MBA over ten years experience. Who's also fluent in Japanese.
"rayton" Discussed on AP News
"Podcast one. While there be sure to subscribe Rayton review. That's the AP top twenty five college football podcast. Clock is ticking. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsman that Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley, reject some conditions wanted by Christine Blasi Ford and her lawyers for her testimony in a letter to the lawyers Grassley says no to Ford wanting supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh to testify. I he adds that the committee will use an outside counsel to ask questions and ask a she could testify next Wednesday rather than Thursday as requested. The chairman also set a deadline of ten PM this evening to hear back from Ford, California Democrat Dianne Feinstein accuses Grassley of bullying a survivor of attempted rape in order to confirm a nominee deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, says the New York Times got it wrong. When the paper reported that he had talked about using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office, the AP's Eric Tucker reports refer to anonymous sources who have their own agenda, and he says he's not going to respond to it. But I should also note though, by the same token, the jus-. Justice department did issue a statement, I one two freddy's coming for prime time network. Tv ABC's says Robert Egland is reprising his role as FREDDY Krueger from a nightmare on elm street. For a Halloween episode of the goldbergs the Kruger episode titled nightmare on elk avenue centers on the fears of the.
"rayton" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared
"So he'll be scaling his experience from zero to one hundred as it Vassili and using some physical sensations describing the physical sensations happening, viscerally in his body as we move through the statement of focus. And so you know, we'll move from there into the resource statement that he made and he'll be scaling with a resource scale from zero to one hundred one hundred being so calm and happy and comforted in soothed zero being distressed. And so he'll. Scale that, and then we'll do a little process at the end and see what came out for you nervous. How do you know you're nervous? I can just feel it on my chest. Let's the sensation a vacuous feeling maybe like an emptiness. So he's already starting to work on describing experience. So let's just take a moment and turn inward. You can close the eiser take us off focal gays on an unmoving point. And just begin to notice the breath is it moves in and out of the nostrils, maybe take a seat right behind the nose and the upper lip. Just witnessing the wrath move in and out, and the thoughts are going to be moving and playing and you're just gonna, keep returning your attention to your breath, and we're going to get his music started here. What d- doesn't know is that I actually put a full list of rob Thomas matchbox twenty. Instead of this soothing music mex- creed. Actually put props on the on the. Then. So before we move in, what are you noticing right now? Zero to one hundred one hundred being, you know, very stressed. What would you scale? Probably twenty three. Okay. So at twenty three on his distress scale there, meaning I have minimal anxiety slash districts. Rayton and so I will have you read your statement of focus? Okay. So this is a statement of focus. We put together it behind doors, closed doors. This is going to feel feels weird to say, okay. Well, as you say it stay in touch with what's happening on a visceral level in your body, invest him. I'm struggling to find purpose in my life. I'm guilty of not taking the proper steps to deal with what happened to me. Thus far that has been difficult. I've guilt over not realizing the impact of some of my childhood experience myself as an adult. I can't give myself in relationships because I'll be hurt if I don't let others helped me and just rely on myself than there won't be the possibility of being let down by someone else. So he's externalised this internal cognitive process that I'm curious just in reading that what are you noticing?.
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"Be sure to subscribe Rayton review. That's the AP top twenty five college football podcast. Nominee and accuser to testify. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsman at the Senate Judiciary committee were here next Monday from supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh and university professor Christine blazingly Ford who was accused him of assaulting her when they were both teenagers for delegation didn't surface until California Democrat Dianne Feinstein announced her letter making the allegations against Cavanaugh an allegation, he has flatly denied thousands of homes and businesses throughout North Carolina where either damaged by hurricane Florence is wins or by the flooding. That's followed. The storm includes John's homes home in Trenton about an hour's drive from the coast. So you will see what our brains. I mean. Is depressing. Officials say many the rivers swollen by feet of rain from the storm not crest until later in the week. At least thirty people are dead, including some two dozen in North Carolina. I'm Tim McGuire. Publicity stunt or not you be the judge, but a very public scuffle between actor Tom Arnold and the apprentice producer, Mark Burnett has led to an exchange on social media. Arnold tweeted that Burnett Showtime at a pre Emmys party Sunday in Los Angeles, brunettes wife, actress, Roma Downey tweeted than Arnold tried to ambush the couple and she posted a photo of what she says is her bruised hand. Arnold's lawyer Marty singer told the Hollywood reporter that Burnett attacked Arnold. Actress Allison Hannigan was there and tweeted that she saw the whole thing and thought it was a joke until security jumped in police say no report was taken Arnold has a new show. Debuting Tuesday called the hunt for the Trump tapes. It follows Arnold attempts to find tapes that show the president expressing bigoted views on the set of the apprentice, which Arnold was once a contestant on and Burnett produces. Needles found in strawberries, all over Australia have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six Australian states and that police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether their supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations, Paul dasilva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. W w industry has dumped over twenty thousand kilos of freight. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in a Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors of pulled trillion varies from stores growers are now using metal detectors in hopes of restoring confidence and say the needles aren't coming from the farms so far there have been no injuries. As a result of the needles in the berries. Nascar's Team Penske wins at Las Vegas AP's. Brett McMillan reports. The victory is the big one. While drivers stretches his winning streak to three on a day with three digit temperatures. Brad Keselowski survived. Not only the heat but three restarts. In the final. Eighteen laps to win his third straight race. It's also his third win at Las Vegas this race. Also carried extra significance as the first race of nascar's playoffs and the five hundred hundred across all motor sports for Team Penske and that really special for his Laskey. What a special day for five hundred wins for Penske three in a row here. I went in the playoffs. I there's too many storylines for me to get it. All right here, but we're very thankful very proper albums. Kyle Larson finished second Martin directs junior was third rep McMillan Las Vegas. When working at a growing business. You wear many hats, the new business half the buying toner for the copy machine. Hat the sifting through tonnes of resumes hat you can throw away that last hat. Thanks to indeed dot com when posting your job indeed lets you add screener questions that give you a less time consuming route to your shortlist of qualified candidates. So go ahead dust off that extra long lunch. Hat hirings.
"rayton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Breakfast briefing. President Trump is calling the author of an anonymous op Ed in the New York Times a coward. President. Trump tweeted one word question treason. Me extraordinary column was written by senior Trump administration officials aims to be part of a group of administration officials working in the shadows to save the country from the president's darker impulses because of some degree of impairment and the president ability to carry out his do if it is what it is. Purported to be if you're not a position to execute. The commanders and you have a singular option and Selena. The news watch never stops. The wait is almost over fans can be crazy excited a game hours away running. That's the most important thing. Come on. Beer company partners with sept- offering free subway rides on the broad street line for the eagles home opener. Fishing. No worries about barking. All news all the time Greece separate shootings in different parts of the city. Leave a total of seven people hospitalized with three of those victims fighting for their lives, and what you're talking about the failing New York Times today published an anonymous op Ed Rayton by a current senior member of Trump's administration, titled I am part of the resistance inside the Trump administration mister president. They traced the resistance is coming from inside the White House get out of there. Of course, there's a lot of speculation.
Man arrested after crashing truck into Dallas TV station
"Desma. I am Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcast and podcast one. While there be sure to subscribe Rayton review. That's the AP top twenty five college football podcast.
Fed stands pat on interest rates
"To get everything back to school from a to z The Federal Reserve's leaving. Its benchmark interest rate unchanged while signaling. Further gradual rate hikes in the coming months ahead as long as the, economy, stays healthy the Fed's decision, left the central bank's key short-term rate at one point seven five percent to two percent which is the level hit, in June when the fed boosted the rate for a second time this year in June the fed projected four rate hikes this year and private, economists expect the, next hike to occur, at the September meeting in a brief policy statement the fed notes a strengthening labor market economic activity growing at a strong rate. And inflation that's reached the central bank's target of two percent annual gains A new cookbook claims the first, key, lime pie was made a. New York back in, the nineteen thirties but author David Sloan says that's just not true, says he knows the dessert's, origin story and it. Started much earlier than that with fishermen in the Florida Keys people are the keys believe that the first key lime pie was invented by spongers sponge. Fishermen who went out on the. Raft for several days and took supplies we think that they took stale Cuban bread and kind. Of moist ended up with sweetened condensed milk, and then took wild bird eggs maybe a while turtle eggs we. Some lime over it let it sit. In the sun and there you had the first key lime pies whoa, knows, his key lime pie he, wrote the book the key west key lime pie cookbook extensively researching the pies beginnings but the cookbook from pastry chef, still parks claims the first recipe was developed by the board and milk company in the nineteen thirties as a way to sell one of its, main ingredients condensed, milk but Sloan says, that's not true and this is a case of cultural appropriation someone's trying to take away the Florida Keys culture And I'm not going to stand for Sloan says the keys signature dessert was perfected in the late eighteen hundreds in key west by. A woman named Sally in two. Thousand six Florida voted key lime pies the state's official desert with the celebration staged key west Even the dirt on the. Grounds making climate change worse according to a study published in the journal nature plans capture massive amounts of carbon and pump it into the soil where it usually stays for hundreds. Or thousands of years observations, taken from, across the globe show as temperatures have warmed bacteria and fungi in. The soil are becoming more active study says these, turbocharged microbes are feeding on dead leaves. And plants and releasing more heat trapping carbon dioxide into the. Air researchers have analyzed sensor readings soil measurements plant growth data and satellite observations in what's the most comprehensive study yet of the climate change impacts of soil scientists say is the, world continues to warm the, soil will release even more carbon that. It's been holding Hi I'm, Ralph Russo, AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five. College football podcast available on apple podcasts and podcast, one, while there be sure to subscribe. Rayton review that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast.
MASH actor, Alan Alda, reveals Parkinsons disease diagnosis
"Back, to school from a to, z Home prices rose rapidly in may the core logic case Schiller twenty city home price index rose. Six point five percent in may from a year earlier. That's down, slightly from April. But still, more than. Double the increase workers are seeing in their paychecks mortgage rates have gone. Up which is pushing up monthly costs for home buyers even further. Sales of existing homes have fallen for three straight months after peaking in November pending home sales have also declined over the past year Singer Bobby Brown's plan to build a domestic violence shelter is. Dragging up old allegations against him involving his ex wife the late singer Whitney Houston AP music correspondent. Margie's letter reports on his proposal for Atlanta On Monday Bobby Brown received proclamations from. Officials in Atlanta Fulton County and the city of south Fulton acknowledging his plans to build a shelter. In honor of his late. Daughter. Bobbi Kristina last week he denied he was ever violent to Whitney Houston even though he told ABC in, two thousand sixteen. That he wants, hit her asked again, about it Brown did not answer directly instead he, said, he grew up in a home with domestic. Violence and he's trying to become a better, man father and brother, his current wife, Alicia average, Brown says it's. That old allegations are getting brought up again I'm Archie zaraleta actor Alan Alda says he has Parkinson's disease he made the announcement Tuesday on CBS this morning his most famous role is as doctor. Hawkeye Pierce on the TV show mash but all says he's been a patient for the past three. And a half years he. Says. He's talking about it now because he expects the tabloid to publish a story about his diagnosis and all, the says revealing. His diagnosis might, be helpful to others, with Parkinson's that there are things they can do Hi I'm Ralph. Russo AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcast and podcast one, while, there be sure to subscribe Rayton review that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast.
Taylor Swift donates a significant number of tickets to her show
"Lesson Act fifty shoe to make sure. To horses balance engine a city that's seen it all people always stop to look. Says mounted unit commander berry Gelb men that's almost amazement and modern time we're still doing horseshoe hang out. In the public in the street with our farrier vehicle which is custom. Designed for the. Police bombing Julie Walker New York A reportedly explosive White House memoirs coming from a former. Aide to President Trump and one time apprentice contestant on Rosa manigault Newman Newman who originally vowed that political foes would bow down to the president left after a year on the job and spoke harshly ever experience she likened her. Departure to, being freed from, a plantation saying she never vote for Mr. Trump again out of worry for the country the. Book which her publisher gallery books also calls jaw-dropping. Will be titled unhinged and comes out August fourteenth Taylor swift is, hoping to. Help ease the pain of Massachusetts city in mourning. Over the recent loss of a police officer Weymouth mayor Robert Hedlund says swift donated a significant number of tickets. To the town for her shows this weekend in Foxborough, those tickets were then distributed among city police officers. Sergeant Michael Chesney was shot and killed while investigating a car crash July fifteenth same person, is also suspected of killing bystander bureau atoms. Hedlund said, there were Tickets to send every police officer firefighter and extended. Family to the concert and then some he thanks for the gesture, on behalf. Of the town the extra tickets were passed on. To other nearby police departments Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast. Available on apple podcasts and podcast one while there be sure to subscribe. Rayton review that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast Deadly.
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"Cookie company. For an undisclosed amount of money crispy cream. CEO Mike Tenterfield says they're delighted to add insomnia to the company the late night bakery. Specializes in warm cookie deliveries founder, Seth Berkowitz who launched insomnia as a student in two thousand three, will. Stay in charge after the close of sale later this. Year admirers of. The first man to walk on the moon will soon have the chance to own some artifacts and mementos from Neil Armstrong's private collection Armstrong who died in twenty twelve left behind the, collection including pieces, of a wing, and a propeller from the nineteen zero three Wright brothers flight and he took. With him to the moon it also includes correspondence about the planning of the nineteen, sixty nine Apollo eleven moon mission Armstrong son marks Says he hopes. That seeing the. Items and remembering them we'll help people realize the importance of. Continuing to explore space Brazilian police have arrested a, plastic, surgeon known, as Dr bum bump Dennis Cesar borrows for Tato had been on the run since a patient died following. Injections he gave her to enlarge her buttocks he was arrested Thursday at an office complex in Rio police say he performed the enhancement procedure on the woman at his home last week she got sick during it and, for Tano roster to a nearby hospital where she died hours later for Tato disappeared after, he dropped her off at the hospital a. Judge issued a warrant for his arrest police say the exact cause of her death, has. Not, been determined I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty. Five college football podcast available on apple podcasts, and podcast one while there be sure to. Subscribe, Rayton review.
"rayton" Discussed on KSRO
"Negotiations with the president of the, United States, Donald Trump Dupleix in a Frank and businesslike atmosphere I think we can call. It a success and a very, fruitful round of negotiations we carefully analyze the. Current status the present, and the future of the Russia the United States relationship key issues of the. Global agenda It's, quite clear to everyone that the bilateral relationship. Are going through a, complicated stage and yet those impediments The current tension MS fear essentially have no. Reason behind it the gold war is a thing of past the era over q ideological confrontation of the two countries is being a remote vestige. Of the best the situation in the world's, changed dramatically today both Russia and the United States face a whole new. Set of challenges Those. Include dangerous maladjustment of mechanisms for maintaining international, security and stability regional crises degree ping threats of terrorism and transnational crime It's the snow bullying problems. In the economy environmental risks and other sets of challenges We can only go with this challenges if we join. The ranks and work together hopefully we will reach this understanding with our American partners today's negotiations reflected our joint wish our, joint with Jewish with President Trump to redress this negative situation in the volatile relationship Oakland first steps for improving. This relationship to restore the acceptable level of, trust and, going back to the previous Level of indirection on all mutual interests issues as major nuclear powers we bear special responsibility for maintaining international security Idemitsu vital and we mentioned this during the negotiations it's. Crucial that we find tune the Dalek on strategic stability and global security, and non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction we submitted our American colleagues. And note with a number of specific suggestions We believe it necessary to work together for further own to. Interact on the disarmament agenda military and technical cooperation this includes the extension Of the strategic offensive. Arms limitation treaty, it's the dangerous situation with the global American and. To missile defense system is the implementation issues with the IMF treaty and of course the agenda of non placement. Of weapons in space We favor, the continued cooperation in counter-terrorism and maintain cyber security And I'd like to point. Out specifically that our special services cooked Rayton quite successfully together the most recent example. Is their operational cooperation within the recently concluded world football Cup In general the contacts among the. Special services should be put to system wide basis should be brought to. Systemic framework I recall I remember reminded President Trump about suggestion to reestablish the working group..
"rayton" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel
"Again a sophomore high school in and every new meant so i really like really seek out that information see how i can make any way back into my game and try to you know be a best things right that's good stuff now most mock drafts have dion rayton at number one and obviously that's not a sure thing so i guess my question to you is give me your pitch why is mohamed bomba the best prospect in the nba draft i mean well now that we know that phoenix has more could when this first time they ever been in that position i think is very critical than the drop the most alive and play with the highest who can make also making the media then pack and you know i'm not i'm not trying to both of my bility even i'm not trying to be talking and but no there's only five guys in the league today who can protect them better than that then i can right now and i think that's really would phoenix meet most you know they have like josh alfred and tj in those guys really grant it's going to ball but they need a guy like me who can change the geometry of the game and a lot of that comes from defense and it's just phoenix would be an awesome sick you have dog like hiking channels an amazing rebound amazing best make hustle plays you know they have the they have been the pieces to sort of teach me and bring me in the sort of changes and could be very smooth on it and no saying they have dog testing champions and making rebound and they custom play and you know great off the caught i've watched the series about him devon booker and their relationship they kinda fostered empowering keep teaching him the league in the new coach epi brought in he was instrumental in developing guys like rudy go beard anyway right you know strategy in the my game and i truly believe i'm the guy who can compete they can get up speed the quickest in.
"rayton" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"Eighteen t so best buy would have a phone that is also getting some back end support from at and t for branding and marketing and being an at store shelves something that they don't have to do all the legwork for putting the may temporal up on its own in store display taking up retail floorspace and then they also get this this problem with while way on you know playing shenanigans with the product ranking situation at best buy now to be fair best buy had some problems in that you could rayton review products that weren't available to be sold so you know they i feel like they also learn something to and how they're trying to position themselves as as a resource for consumers to educate themselves but i would i would wonder if in the whole grand scheme of mobile market and tablets and laptops and what companies are delivering what brands if that would be enough if the if the rating contest that way put up in and i don't think they put it up in good faith if that rating contest would be enough to completely sever best buy from one of the world's largest phone and laptop manufacturers and especially on the eve of the maple coming the new book coming out which i could be a really exciting floor model for consumers to check out looking for an alternative to to a mac book i i would wonder if that's not all wrapped up together with maybe pressure from law enforcement pressure from government on top of some of those mannequins and best buy feeling like they they weren't getting in the may ten what they thought they were they thought they were getting a carrier supported phone then selling the phone in a best buys way easier than just selling an unlocked phone in a best buy so i i think you're right i think it's multifaceted and there are a lot of prongs going out it's not just this law enforcement advice.