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"robert richards" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:43 min | 8 months ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"And number ten new york reporter droughts men in evergreen state leads share two minutes number ten new york reporter droughts men in evergreen state leads share two minutes number ten. Those are all your nineties. haiku. Written by luke mckay. Thank you luke. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to ninety s haiku. Let's see if he got all these correct number. One family is gone. Watch out for the wet bandits. Does your girlfriend wolf was. Of course the number one grossing movie of nineteen ninety home alone number one home alone number two sam jeff and laura flying insects in amber lawyer on toilet. That lawyer is way night. Who played newman on seinfeld. That's jurassic park number two number three wendy pepper corn. The beasts name is hercules. You're killing me smalls. That was the sandlot. The sandlot who movie which starred victor matia who was on the podcast searched my episodes in archives. If you're on spotify or something that has every episode of the show. I know apple podcasts limits. To i think one hundred episodes. But if you're on spotify or something go back and search victor d'amato or sandlot tribute buds. You'll come across a really fun episode with brian. Basel and victor who are great child actors and they talk about their favorite stuff from a couple years back number four. Who's the informant stuck in the middle with you. Pink white brown blue blonde. That's reservoir dogs. Reservoir dogs number five bank robbing surfers following the next big wave utah. Get me to that point. Break swayze reeves great movie number. Six two teachers find love. Did she just kiss her step bro. I totally paused clueless with alicia silverstone number seven. Can you fix his arm to tim allen. Get paid twice. And pete's toy story two specifically the sequel number eight sms agent. The human heads eight pounds. Show me the money jerry maguire. Tom cruise somehow younger than the little boy from that movie. There's a great side by side picture of them in two thousand twenty and he looks younger than the boy in real life. Now which is insane number. Nine man hires call girls snapping a jewelry box. Big mistake big huge pretty woman julia roberts richard gere gerbil a gerbil but you get joked and number ten new york reporter droughts men in evergreen state leads share two minutes that is Sleepless in seattle. Okay sleepless in seattle. And that is tom. Hanks and Meg ryan right there. Yo those were your ninety s high coups from mckay luke. Thanks for writing those guys. Thank you so much for listening to the podcast today. We have one more thing for you. Call the fact of the day. The fact of the day is that the longest time between two twins. Being born is eighty seven days. Can you imagine usually they come out within minutes or at least a few hours of each other but eighty seven days. One did not come out for eighty seven days. That is wild wild stuff all right. Thank you guys so much for listening to the show. Thanks for supporting the show on patriot. Patriot dot com slash trivia with buds. And we'll see next time for more trivia with me cheers.

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"robert richards" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"robert richards" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"If you want to call to talk about your money and please call 844305 78 100 At 844305 70 100. This is the Jared Gillian Show. Well. Gosh! Um People hate Wall Street. They dio they didn't always hate Wall Street. That wasn't always the case. I mean, if you go back to like A tease, you know? The movie Wall Street when Michael Douglas Charlie Sheen That movie would not get me today. It would not get me today. It was now Oliver Stone. Interestingly enough, was trying to make Wall Street look bad, but it totally backfired. It completely backfired. He ended up making Wall Street look good. I mean, aside from the insider trading and all that stuff, but He inadvertently made it look good, and it's still to this day I think, 1987 One. I mean, it's probably the best depiction of Wall Street today to this day. Actually showed it in one of my classes. This was back in 2018. And it holds up. I mean, it absolutely holds up. And if you think about pretty woman, right, PRETTY woman starring Richard Gere and Julie Roberts, Richard Gere played Ah corporate Raider private equity guy. Edward Lewis and It portrayed Edward Lewis. As a human being a guy with feelings. It fell in love and all that stuff. And that would not happen today that you would not portray somebody like that. It's I mean, I I pay Very close attention. To these sorts of cultural cues. You know, back back in 2011 you had occupied Wall Street. And I can tell you my my book Street freak came out in 2011 right almost to the day that occupy Wall Street happened, and it was a disaster. It was a disaster. And there was actually speaking of movies about Wall Street. There was a movie in like 2012 or 2000 to 13. Called assault on Wall Street. Where some guy whose father lost a bunch of money in the stock market, like he grabs a bunch of guns puts on a ski mask goes into banks start shooting people like that's where we are today. Like that's those are the types of movies that are getting made today. But that was that was directed video like it never made it to the theaters, but even still Even still 2011. Was probably the peak of hating Wall Street, but people still don't like the banks. I mean, the biggest scandal I would say of the last 10 years was Wells Fargo with all their fake accounts, and, you know, the funny thing about the fake accounts is nobody. Nobody lost any money. No, it was his some stupid internal marketing gold to get people signed up for accounts. And by the by the way well, Wells Fargo is not a Well, man, it's bank. It's not there really were really doing badly. They're doing badly. But, you know, I used to be a Wall Street guy and I still traffic in those circles and I don't expect any sympathy. But Wall Street is not exactly having a great time pays down. People are getting fired. There's automation. There's indexing. There's regulation. Wall Street is way worse off today. It wasn't a financial crisis and its beak its aside from the regulation, it's because of competitive forces. It's because of competitive forces if you want to talk about automation automation has eliminated thousands of jobs from Wall Street. Indexing has eliminated thousands of jobs from asset management. So I mean, the average guy on Wall Street makes $350,000. He pays half of that in taxes. And then he has to come up with 600 green intuition for his three kids. So Wall Street is not your enemy. The banks are not your enemy, The banks or your friend. They're here to help you out there. Actually, your friend. I mean, if you don't pay your mortgage, they're not going to be your friend. But, yeah, I mean, if you if you just do what you're supposed to do, they are your friend. They're here to help you out. How else would you buy a house? How else would you buy a car? Do they charge a lot of interest and no, they don't. And by the way, the banks don't determine the interest rate that's determined on the markets. It's not like the bank chooses an interest rates. As you know you your your interest rate in your mortgages 3%. I mean, it's determined by supply and demand. All interest is a lot of interest, but it could be a lot more banking is not always a profitable business. When you go into a recession, people default on their loans. When the yield curve flattens, profits disappear. But banks are trying to help you. It may not seem that way when you're getting charged overdraft fees but whose fault are the overdraft fees? Besides The overdrafts create a big administrative hassle for the bank, so they're just passing along the cost. If you don't want overdraft fees, then don't bounce checks. If you don't want your house foreclosed on and pay the mortgage. Banks are a place where you keep your money. Well, to keep your money. What is your plan? Like? If you couldn't keep your money in a bank, he would have to have it. Stacks of cash in your house, which is not very safe and not very practical. I wanted, you know, won't talk a little bit about fractional reserve banking. I mean, this is this is how banking works. You deposit $100,000 in the bank. The bank keeps $10,000. As reserves, and then they lend out the other $90,000. Okay, That is how that works, and we have something called required reserves. The reserve ratio is 10%. This hasn't changed in a while, so banks have to keep 10% of their deposits in reserves. And this is how the economy grows in orderto have a healthy economy. You need a healthy banking system. So why do we hit the bank so much? There are a lot of things that Wall Street does to help you. It helps you.

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"robert richards" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Was in serious condition for days. Investigators have been trying to figure out why is AM people's allegedly rammed his car into the crowd in a crosswalk and on a sidewalk Sunnyvale police chief on no says new evidence just in indicates defendant intentionally target victims based on. On their race and his belief that they were up the Muslim faith evils is right now facing eight counts of attempted murder. He has not yet facing hate crime charges because that angle is being investigated. His family says the army vet suffers from PTSD, Alex stone, ABC news, employees and officers are being honored for preventing a potential mass shooting in Washington county Kentucky. Heroes, and we're here to honor. Then tonight, Springfield. Mayor. Debbie Wakefield, presented LB, manufacturing employees, Robert Richards. Jeffrey Yocum and Brian Blandford with the citizen bravery award Thursday on November nineteen of last year. The three men notice someone who didn't belong lurking outside the building and called nine one one police found a man armed to the teeth Springfield police chief Jim Smith tells W K Y T by assistant chief Joe temple men. He opened the door on this on this show where the guy was sitting and maybe it was faced with the barrel of a gun the man appear to have been planning shooting at the building assistant chief temperament and his partner were also presented with medals for valor for disarming and subduing the suspect Thirty-seven-year-old Matthew Smith faces five additional different charges, including attempted murder. Thousands of runners are hitting the streets of Louisville once again Saturday for the Kentucky Derby festival marathon and mini marathon. Now in its forty six year, the mini is ranked among the nation's top one hundred races by USA track and field festival spokeswoman Amy void. This year. We have about four thousand runners who will participate on Saturday, and the humane and Minnie and marathon and relay a team of race investors are chosen every year to keep runners informed inspired and motivated during the months leading up to the race. The youngest is thirteen year old Linley Mueller. I get to be the junior race ambassador, and I think is special because I'm the first one and they help out with the Kentucky.

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"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"There's lane wise their name, Nick sorts. Figure out what days meeting up with. I with meet up information at least, maybe nickel figure his stuff out can have just this segment speaking of meet ups, and actually Nick brings up a good point because I probably need to check the time that I put in on the calendar because it's not going to be in the time zone that I'm currently in next Wednesday a week from today, the thirteen of February if you are in the Salt Lake City area, we're going to be having a meet up at about five o'clock in the evening at the Wasatch brew pub in sugar house that's one on twenty first south and Highland. Drive. More or less vigor house. Yes, it's a neighborhood of Salt Lake City. Oh, look, Ben to the the the one in burgundy, no known never mind. I've been I've been to that examination tall Dennis. Yes. But it's convenient location for me. And seems like the times gonna work out for at least a couple of us at least two folks will be there. I think Brian and Nathan have said that they plan to make it. So if you are around. And valuable Wednesday afternoon. Five to seven ish, I do have to be out of their own seven seven thirty to head up to Park City for conferencing, but that's mountain time mountain time. Yes, not eastern standard time if you're lumped in skiing in the calendar, and it says it starts at seven pm. That's probably because I entered it starts at sorry. Wrong way round. If it says it starts at three PM. That's not true. It starts at five pm, and I will try to fix that. And make sure it's on the correct time zone in the AP calendar because it is local time mountain standard time, the does get confusing with calendar because it changes. Doug, Stein, failed feld Doug Steinfeld. Doug. He's. Yeah. You got donkeys the guy that got in touch to sit I going to be bustling get together. So at least going to be that. Okay. Thank you. Doug. I apologize enormously for momentarily forgetting name. I'm sure he'll. Forgive you. Pit jump. Nice. You're doing. They usually. Well, hey, all of your meet ups. I have already you one. Okay. Yeah. We had an Alfa Reta Georgia Atlanta, AP G meet up kind of because we had somebody from out of town. Visiting us in the Atlanta area his name. We're not really sure Robert Richard dick ham Fairbairn was in town and visiting his grandmother up coming Georgia. And so we got together a bunch of us over at the loyal Q and brew and I recorded a little something something. So let's listen to that. Hey, we are at the loyal Q and brew and Elfriede Georgia at the Atlanta AP meet up on the first peppery twenty nineteen. We're gonna start with this gentleman. Here. We know him as fray my neighbor out Pereda. And would you like to say something to the community? Yeah. Hey, folks. Well, Jeff's managed to get a second time Alfa Reta meet up, which is pretty cool for me. And we've had a good evening. Arrived a little bit later than the rest of us. But that's the case being turned out to be great. So posse onto rob now. Hey, this is Robert Hamish MiG dick Haggas and. That's probably about all I should say based on looks. I'm getting right now. But despite all efforts from the airlines to the contrary, and a nice customer service person helping me out and acme coming to the rescue. I did eventually get here to have some absolutely delicious barbecue with some great people. So thanks for picking me up. Jeff. Family show, ladies and gentlemen, family show. Yes..

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"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"And then here we are today record in the show and backout tomorrow on a three day trip. I have layovers in Melbourne Florida and Little Rock, Arkansas. So if any of you out there, of course, by the time you hear this podcast. You're probably will it'll be too far in the future. But again, we like to emperor. Is that we try to update the ABC community calendar as much as we can. And you'll see the entry and there are trips and that kind of thing you'll see that I'm on this trip, and I left a number for you to text or call, and if you want to get together, and let's see also don't forget Tiffany wall shore ABC librarian is doing a wonderful job with the AP library page on the website. So thank you Tiffany for that and believe she's going to be in Columbus next month. And they're hopefully going to have some sort of a meet up in Columbus, Ohio. And if I get a chance, maybe I can fly up to Columbus and meet up with all you as well all of you as well. Let's see speaking continuing about meet ups on the first of February couple of days before the Super Bowl, Robert. Richard, rob rich. Dick Fairbairn is gonna be Fairburn is going to be in town here in Atlanta. And we're going to have an Atlanta AB meet up at riding night Robbie time is miserable. Robert miserable. That's all you have to say. Well, Dana won't be there. Hopefully, we'll have some of the local AP community showing up and again look to slack and the community calendar for updates on the venue where when and where on Friday night everywhere. I. And perhaps we'll go to that. We had a meet up there. Once a Dana, the loyal, Q and brew and that worked out. Well, so maybe we'll kind of head up that way again for this meet up will. But see now, I think I remember you texted me that's going to be Saturday. Did I know it's gonna be Friday now because something changed with Roberts itenerary. That might be make a difference. Yeah. Anyway, what if you were on the slack team? Danny you would assault that update. Well, I've actually been very busy studying versus looking at slag, whatever priorities where are your priorities are in the right place. The right place also later next month at the delta flight museum is an event called hops in the hangar, and I'll be going there. No, Stephen Ivy. We'll be going as well. I don't know if I can make it. But. Going. Julian I going to buy tickets. Oh, okay. Well, I think I know somebody that has some you when we just buy new stuff. I actually maybe. Okay, one. Anyway, who knows who will be there? But at least two or three of us from the crew will be or couple of at least for the past two years and not been able to so stick it's being optimistic and we'll see all bye. And hopefully, they're still on sale. The first class tickets went got snapped up very quickly within a few hours. Yeah. Like within two hours. I think when I tried to go on it was only like an hour and a half after the economy. Yeah. So wow. I know how painful that is for us to It's it's. it's system. What it is. Anyway. So if you're in the Atlanta area, join us at the hops in the hangar at the delta flight museum on the twenty third of February. Okay. I think that's it. Anything else before we move onto corrections erect Erechtheum? Attune at doom. So this was sent in by Ruben, he says, no need to read this out. But we're going to but a correction to what Nick said because it's Nick while you're eating it out. Yes. I'm the only one they got correct that. No, no, no, no. You're not the only one that gets correct. Get corrected a lot more than you do. Anyway, we were talking about on episode three fifty seven about in the US when we screw things up..

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"robert richards" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some federal workers are suing over the government shutdown saying they're being legally forced to work without pay the American federation of government employees, one of the biggest unions has joined the suit and pears Martin Kosti called workers with the Federal Bureau of prisons to see how they're coping Heidi Barack which is one of the lawyers on this new lawsuit. And she says it's unreasonable but workers federal prisons are having to put up with the situation of the government is putting these people in and it's through no fault of their own. This is a contingency lawsuit. Her firm gets paid if there's a settlement. But she says the situation is hard for prison workers pretty much everybody assigned to a correction facility. Not just the guards is considered essential and has to keep showing up for work deplorable situation for them to be in. Because they don't know when they're going to get their next to be clear bureau of prisons employees did just get paid a couple of days ago. The real concern is about the next paycheck in two weeks and Jacqueline is a case. Manager at the federal Correctional Institution and alisonville Alabama. She's trying to pay off medical bills from last year. And she says a delayed paycheck will not help. It may hurt. The if I get so far behind that. You know, I'm owing a lot more money than they feel. I should be the they she's talking about there is the bureau of prisons. That's because the government checks prison, employee's credit reports to make sure that they're not so deep in debt that they might be susceptible to bribes Acklin hopes that the shutdown won't force her to miss a debt payment right before her next review, which is coming up soon. Can be explained with the government shutdown. I couldn't make this payment because we weren't getting paid right now the prison workers most affected are those who aren't getting their travel expenses reimbursed. Robert Richards is one of them a hurricane hit the prison where he works in Florida. So he's been working in Mississippi. He's out of pocket on those travel costs as long as this shutdown continues. But he's also torn by the bigger political situation and President Trump's insistence on money for the border wall. Artfully believe in border security, I do and I'm willing to make a sacrifice for time. But I can't do it forever. Richard says the previous short government shutdowns have led to a certain complacency. We've had it before never had a miss check. But this one we're kind of getting a feeling that this may last a little bit longer. He's starting to think that he may not see his next paycheck until February. And he says the mood among his fellow corrections. Officers is quote, doom and gloom, Martin Kosti NPR news. Rural hospitals across the country have been going out of business at an unprecedented pace residents are leaving rural areas and the people who stay don't always have health coverage. These hospitals are struggling to attract insured patients, and they're also facing penalties. If the same people show up over and over like farmer of member station WPN reports on the readmission conundrum Livingston is a town of four thousand that's tucked in the rolling Tennessee hills that has attracted a lot of retirees like Charlotte pots she spends much for Dana recliner tethered to a pulsing oxygen machine in her cramped apartment. Adele had five heart attacks. Carotid artery surgery, just a few more things. Pots lives within spitting distance of Livingston regional hospital, which has a small cardiac unit, but they really don't wanna see pots every time her heart flutters. So last time she landed in the ER hospital staff linked up with a home health agency. In fact, go to have certain thanks going on here in my chest. And there there there were days when home health aides might be viewed as a competitor to the hospital not anymore. It is Tim McGill is CEO of Livingston regional. I wanna started this almost forty years ago. The mission was different. We wanted patients in the hospital that was the incentive paid for it. Now, you're not this hundred bed hospital operates on the thinnest of margins and so-called readmissions have been a sore spot under the Affordable Care Act Medicare began to ding hospitals. If too many patients end up back in a hospital within thirty days in some years Livingston regionalists lost three percent of its Medicare revenue the maximum penalty the punishment forced Livingston's leaders to start cooperating with other medical providers in town. Hello. Hospital nurse. Mary Ann Stockton is at the local library where she holds quarterly lunch meetings. She invites home health, hospice, caregivers even nursing home leaders. They've cared for the same patients forever, but rarely coordinated until now home health and hospice, we've definitely seen an increase and y'all coming into the hospital meeting the patients before they go home on this day. They talked about how all their workers need flu shots, otherwise elderly patients can become what Stockton calls frequent. Flyers flu starts off goes into the ammonia COPD exacerbate, and they are revolving door at our hospital. They're hitting that e r a couple of times a week Livingston's parent company has more than eighty rural hospitals and has been experimenting with the cooperative approach in one Arizona town, for instance, paramedics now checking on discharge patients, it's not just rural hospitals all hospitals can be penalized for readmissions now. And it's worked readmissions are down nationwide. But the smaller rural hospital. I wonder if they'll have enough patients to survive says researcher, Michael topic to see you from Montana said to me, you know, the problem is when we do the right thing. Are we saving ourselves right out of business? The focus on cutting readmissions by definition cuts admissions two so this is the real inherent tension and challenge which has hospitals reimbursed for during sick care, but more and more they are being asked to do population health. I'm really focused on wellness and wellness doesn't pay much at the moment. But in the short term things have improved at Livingston regional, it's cut readmissions more than any rural hospital in the country. It's latest penalties dropped from two hundred thousand dollars to practically zero all because patients like Charlotte pots, stay home. I got a real that tightness in the chest. The last time that happened. She pondered whether to call an ambulance this time, she phoned her home health agency took a nitroglycerin pill and went back to sleep.

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"robert richards" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on KCRW

"Five eastbound, that's traffic. I'm Holly atoms per KCRW. Happy new year. It's four thirty five. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. One year ago today full page letter appeared in the New York Times, it was a response to me too and began dear sisters, it was the start of the times up campaign founded to fight workplace inequality through the legal system since then multiple states have passed laws to combat sexual harassment, including California New laws go into effect there today earlier, I spoke with Fatima Goss graves co-founder of the times up legal defense fund. I asked her on this anniversary why these new laws designed to protect workers rights are so important one of the things that we know is that employers use things like arbitration requirement to prevent workers from accessing Justice, and that those requirements come as a mere condition of employment before anything terrible has ever happened to you. So doing away with fat requirement will be critical people will be able to choose the pathway that. They won for Justice people will be able to ensure that the harassment and violence that they face doesn't stay in the shadows. And people will be able to push their employers to be better. So it's a sense that the employers won't have the option to basically berry in allegation by buying off victim one of the things we know is that both arbitration agreements and nondisclosure agreements. Have been used to keep harassment and violence in the dark have been used to silence employees. You might think that you're the only one even though there have been ten other people who've had very similar experiences that is going away. And it's going to be important that that goes away. Looking back on last year. Do you think these new laws will make a difference? When I think about how much has changed MS last year. There's certainly been cultural change, but there has also been a lot of important policy. Changes over eleven skates actually changed their laws in some way this year, we aren't done even in those skates. And there were over a hundred bills introduced in state and local legislature. So people understood that this was both a longstanding problem, but one that they had ticket right? In the meantime, have you gotten a lot of phone calls. Do you think that there are more women out there with more stories to tell there is no question that there are people out there who need help and who have stories to tell we've heard from four thousand people at the times up a legal defense over the last year. And that is just the tip of the iceberg. So we really are just getting straight. What kinds of issues are these callers bringing to you? We hear. From people who've experienced harassment in nearly every setting in over sixty different sectors. Sometimes we hear from people who've experienced harassment, and unfortunately, they have no rights because they are way past the statute of limitations, and it took too long to come forward. They have no rights because they are either an independent contractor or an intern or some other category that isn't covered by federal law and isn't covered in their state or they have no rights because they work for a very small employer. Well, if you're a domestic worker or you're working for small business, and you are experiencing harassment or violence at work. You still deserve to be able to work with safety and dignity. These are the types of things that we hear from the time's up legal defense fund all the time. And these are the types of things that were counting on our makers to fix when you talk about fixes, what are some other kinds of legislation or policy changes. You think could make a difference given the kinds of. Of calls you've been getting well, certainly we have to make sure we make harassment less secret. So that is the Indy as that's the arbitration agreements, we need to look at changing our statute of limitations periods right now a year or two years can be too long for many people. Have you had pushback from employers businesses, so to speak, and is there an argument from them. That says look we also need legal protections. One of the things that's interesting about this moment is that our culture is dramatically outpacing, our laws and businesses know that businesses actually some of them have been making these changes on their own. We've seen some companies just announced that they're doing away with arbitration rules. They're doing away with indie a requirements. They're looking to train their workers. And Gaspar it I think in some cases for best practices. So they know that change has already come culturally what hasn't caught up as our laws. Finally, what's your? Response to people who have talked about the idea of a backlash because often you hear the phrase that men who are publicly accused of sexual misconduct aren't getting quote, unquote, due process, I use that term 'cause that's like a legal term that people are using an cultural conversation. Do you think that that is going on do you think it's affecting the ability of people to come forward? One of the things that's interesting about this moment is the cultural change that is happening. It can seem unsaddling right for many many years conduct. That was totally inappropriate conduct. That was actually illegal already went unchecked. And that shift is going to be uncomfortable for everyone for the institutions for all of the individuals involved. Fifteen Magus graves is president and CEO of the national women's Law Center. Thank you for coming in. So glad to be here. Some federal workers are suing over the government shutdown saying. They're being legally forced to work without pay the American federation of government employees, one of the biggest unions has joined the suit and pears Martin Costea called workers with the Federal Bureau of prisons to see how they're coping Heidi Barack which is one of the lawyers on this new lawsuit. And she says it's unreasonable what workers in federal prisons are having to put up with the situation of the government is putting these people in and it's through no fault of their own. This is a contingency lawsuit. Her firm gets paid if there's a settlement. But she says the situation is hard for prison workers pretty much everybody assigned to a corrections facility. Not just the guards is considered essential and has to keep showing up for work deplorable situation for them to be in. Because they don't know when they're going to get the next to be clear bureau. Prisons employees did just get paid a couple of days ago. The real concern is about the next paycheck in two weeks. Angie Acklin is a case manager at the federal Correctional Institution and alisonville Alabama. She's trying to pay off medical bills from last year. And she says a delayed paycheck. Will not help the if I get so far behind that. You know, I'm only a lot more money than they feel. I should be the day. She's talking about there is the bureau of prisons. That's because the government checks prison, employee's credit reports to make sure that they're not so deep in debt that they might be susceptible to bribes Acklin hopes that the shutdown won't force her to miss a debt payment right before her next review, which is coming up soon. And can be explained with will the commission now though, I could make this payment because we weren't getting paid right now the prison workers most affected are those who aren't getting their travel expenses reimbursed. Robert Richards is one of them a hurricane hit the prison where he works in Florida. So he's been working in Mississippi. He's out of pocket on those travel costs as long as this shutdown continues. But he's also torn by the bigger political situation and President Trump's insistence on money for the border wall fully believe in border security. I do and I'm willing to make a sacrifice time. But I can't do it forever. Richard says the previous short government shutdowns have led to a certain complacency. We've had it before never had a miss check. But this one we're kind of getting a feeling that this may last a little bit longer. He's starting to think that he may not see his next paycheck until February. And he says the mood among his fellow corrections. Officers is quote, doom.

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"robert richards" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I'm Audie Cornish. When you go today full page letter appeared in the New York Times, it was a response to me too and began dear sisters was the start of the times up campaign founded to fight workplace inequality through the legal system since then multiple states have passed laws to combat sexual harassment, including California New laws go into effect there today earlier, I spoke with Fatima Goss graves co-founder of the times up legal defense fund. I asked her on this anniversary why these new laws designed to protect workers rights are so important one of the things that we know is that employers use things like arbitration requirement to prevent workers from accessing Justice, and that those requirements come as a mere condition of employment before anything terrible has ever happened to you so doing away with fat requirement will be critical people will be able to choose the pathway. That they won for Justice people will be able to ensure that the harassment and violence that they face doesn't ska- in the shadows. And people will be able to push their employers to be better. So it's a sense that the employers won't have the option to basically berry in allegation by buying off victim one of the things we know is that both arbitration agreements and nondisclosure agreements. Have been used to keep harassment and violence in the dark and been used to silence employees. You might think that you the only one even though there have been ten other people who've had very similar experiences that is going away. And it's going to be important that that goes away. Looking back on last year. Do you think these new laws will make a difference? When I think about how much has changed in this last year, there's certainly been cultural change, but there has also been a lot of important policy changes over eleven states actually changed their laws in some way this year, we aren't done even in those states, and there were over a hundred bills introduced in state and local legislatures. So people understood that this was both a longstanding problem, but one that they had ticket right? In the meantime, have you gotten a lot of phone calls. Do you think that there are more women out there with more stories to tell there is no question that there are people out there who need help and who have stories to tell we've heard from four thousand people at the time defense over the last year. And that is just the tip of the iceberg. So we really are just getting started. What kinds of issues are these callers bringing to you? We hear. From people who've experienced harassment in nearly every setting in over sixty different sectors. Sometimes we hear from people who've experienced harassment, and unfortunately, they have no rights because they are way past the statute of limitations, and it took too long to come forward. They have no rights because they are either an independent contractor or an intern or some other category that isn't covered by federal law and isn't covered in their state or they have no rights because they work for a very small employer. Well, if you're a domestic worker, you're working for a small business, and you are experiencing harassment or violence at work. You still deserve to be able to work with safety and dignity. These are the types of things that we hear from the legal defense fund all the time. And these are the types of things that were counting on our policymakers defects. When you talk about fixes, what are some other kinds of legislation or policy changes. You think could make a difference given the kinds. Of calls you've been getting. We'll certainly we have to make sure we make harassment less secret. So that is the Indy as that's the arbitration agreements, we need to look at changing our statute of limitations periods right now a year or two years can be too long for many people. Have you had pushback from employers businesses, so to speak, and is there an argument from them. That says look we also need legal protections. One of the things that interesting about this moment is that our culture is dramatically outpacing, our laws and businesses note that businesses actually some of them have been making these changes on their own. We've seen some companies just announced that they're doing away with arbitration rules. They're doing away with indie a requirements. They're looking to train their workers and desperate. I think in some cases for best practices. So they know that change has already come culturally. What hasn't caught up this our lies? Finally, what's your? Response to people who have talked about the idea of a backlash because often you hear the phrase that men who are publicly accused of sexual misconduct aren't getting quote, unquote, due process, and I use that term 'cause that's like a legal term that people are using an cultural conversation. Do you think that that is going on do you think it's affecting the ability of people to come forward? One of the things that's interesting about this moment is the cultural change that is happening. It can seem unsettling for many many years conduct. That was totally inappropriate conduct. That was actually illegal already went unchecked. And that shift is going to be uncomfortable for everyone for the institutions for all of the individuals involved for thima Goss graves is president and CEO of the national women's Law Center. Thank you for coming in. So glad to be here. Some federal workers are suing over the government shutdown saying. They're being legally forced to work without pay the American federation of government employees, one of the biggest unions has joined the suit and pears Martin Kosti called workers with the Federal Bureau of prisons to see how they're coping Heidi Barack which is one of the lawyers on this new lawsuit. And she says it's unreasonable but workers in federal prisons are having to put up with the situation of the government is putting these people in and it's through no fault of their own. This is contingency lawsuit. Her firm gets paid if there's a settlement. But she says the situation is hard for prison workers pretty much everybody assigned to corrections facility. Not just the guards is considered essential and has to keep showing up for work horrible situation for them to be in. Because they don't know when they're going to get their next to be clear bureau of prisons employees did just get paid a couple of days ago. The real concern is about the next paycheck in two weeks and Jacqueline is a case manager at the federal Correctional Institution and alisonville Alabama. She's trying to pay off medical bills from last year. And she says a delayed paycheck. Will not help the if I get so far behind that. You know, I'm owing a lot more money than they feel. I should be the day. She's talking about there is the bureau of prisons. That's because the government checks prison, employee's credit reports to make sure that they're not so deep in debt that they might be susceptible to bribes Acklin hopes that the shutdown won't force her to miss a debt payment right before her next review, which is coming up soon. Can be explained with the government should out though. I could make this payment because we weren't getting paid right now the prison workers most affected are those who aren't getting their travel expenses reimbursed. Robert Richards is one of them a hurricane hit the prison where he works in Florida. So he's been working in Mississippi. He's out of pocket on those travel costs as long as this shutdown continues. But he's also torn by the bigger political situation and President Trump's insistence on money for the border wall aren't fully believe in border security. I do and I'm willing to make a sacrifice for time. But I can't do it forever. Richard says the previous short government shutdowns have led to a certain complacency. We've had it before never had a miss check. But this one were kind of getting a feeling that this may last a little bit longer. He's starting to think that he may not see his next paycheck until February. And he says the mood among his fellow corrections. Officers is quote, doom.

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"robert richards" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Audie Cornish. When you go today full page letter appeared in the New York Times, it was a response to me too and began dear sisters was the start of the times up campaign founded to fight workplace inequality through the legal system since then multiple states have passed laws to combat sexual harassment, including California New laws go into effect there today earlier, I spoke with Fatina Goss graves co-founder of the times up legal defense fund. I asked her on this anniversary why these new laws designed to protect workers rights are so important one of the things that we know is that employers use things like arbitration requirement to prevent workers from accessing Justice, and that those requirements come as a mere condition of employment before anything terrible has ever happened to you so doing away with that requirement will be critical people will be able to choose the pathway that they won. For Justice people will be able to ensure that the harassment and violence that they face doesn't stay in the shadows. And people will be able to push their employers to be better. So it's the sense that the employers won't have the option to basically berry in allegation by buying off victim one of the things we know is that put arbitration agreements and nondisclosure agreements. Have been used to keep harassment and violence in the dark had been used to silence employees. You might think that you're the only one even though there have been ten other people who've had very similar experiences that is going away in it's going to be important that that goes away. Looking back on last year. Do you think these new laws will make a difference? When I think about how much has changed MS last year. There's certainly been cultural change, but there has also been a lot of important policy changes over eleven skates actually change their laws in some way this year, we aren't done even in those states, and there were over a hundred bills introduced in state and local legislatures. So people understood that this was both a longstanding problem, but one that they had ticket right? In the meantime, have you gotten a lot of phone calls. Do you think that there are more women out there with more stories to tell there is no question that there are people out there who need help and who have stories to tell we've heard from four thousand people at the times up legal defense over the last year. And that is just the tip of the iceberg. So we really are just getting started. What kinds of issues are these callers bringing to you? We hear. From people who've experienced harassment in nearly every setting in over sixty different sectors. Sometimes we hear from people who've experienced harassment, and unfortunately, they have no rights because they are way past the statute of limitations, and it took too long to come forward. They have no rights because they are either an independent contractor or an intern or some other category that isn't covered by federal law and isn't covered in their state or they have no rights because they work for a very small employer. Well, if you were a domestic worker or you're working for a small business, and you are experiencing harassment or violence at work. You still deserve to be able to work with safety and dignity. These are the types of things that we hear from the tense up legal defense fund all the time. And these are the types of things that were counting on our policymakers defects. When you talk about fixes, what are some other kinds of legislation or policy changes. You think could make a difference given the kinds. 'cause you've been getting well, certainly, we have to make sure we make harassment less secret. So that is the Indy as that's the arbitration agreements, we need to look at changing our statute of limitations periods right now a year or two years can be too long for many people. Have you had pushback from employers businesses, so to speak, and is there an argument from them. That says look we also need legal protections. One of the things that interesting about this moment is that our culture is dramatically outpacing, our laws and businesses know that businesses actually some of them have been making these changes on their own. We've seen some companies just announced that they're doing away with arbitration rules. They're doing away with indie a requirements. They're looking to train their workers and desperate. I think in some cases for best practices. So they know that change has already come culturally. What hasn't caught up this our lies? Finally, what's your? Response to people who have talked about the idea of a backlash because often you hear the phrase that men who are publicly accused of sexual misconduct aren't getting quote, unquote, due process, and I use that term because that's like a legal term that people are using an cultural conversation. Do you think that that is going on in you think it's affecting the ability of people to come forward? One of the things that's interesting about this moment is the cultural change that is happening. It can seem unsaddling right for many many years conduct. That was totally inappropriate conduct. That was actually illegal already went unchecked. And that shift is going to be uncomfortable for everyone for the institutions for all of the individuals involved. Thima Goss graves is president and CEO of the national women's Law Center. Thank you for coming in. So glad to be here. Some federal workers are suing over the government shutdown saying. They're being legally forced to work without pay the American federation of government employees, one of the biggest unions has joined the suit and Martin Kosti called workers with the Federal Bureau of prisons to see how they're coping Heidi Barack which is one of the lawyers on this new lawsuit. And she says it's unreasonable but workers in federal prisons are having to put up with the situation of the government is putting these people in and it's no fault of their own. This is a contingency lawsuit. Her firm gets paid if there's a settlement. But she says the situation is hard for prison workers pretty much everybody assigned to a corrections facility. Not just the guards is considered essential and has to keep showing up for work deplorable situation for them to be in. Because they don't know when they're going to get their next to be clear bureau of prisons employees did just get paid a couple of days ago. The real concern is about the next paycheck in two weeks and Jacqueline is a case manager at the federal Correctional Institution and alisonville Alabama. She's trying to pay off medical bills from last year. And she says a delayed paycheck. Will not help. It may hurt. The if I get so far behind that. You know, I'm owing a lot more money than they feel. I should be the day. She's talking about there is the bureau of prisons. That's because the government checks prison, employee's credit reports to make sure that they're not so deep in debt that they might be susceptible to bribes Acklin hopes that the shutdown won't force her to miss a debt payment right before her next review, which is coming up soon. Can be explained with the government shutdown. I couldn't make this payment because we weren't getting paid right now the prison workers most affected are those who aren't getting their travel expenses reimbursed. Robert Richards is one of them a hurricane hit the prison where he works in Florida. So he's been working in Mississippi. He's out of pocket on those travel costs as long as this shutdown continues. But he's also torn by the bigger political situation and President Trump's insistence on money for the border wall. Artfully believe border security, I do and I'm willing to make the sacrifice for time. But I can't do it forever. Richard says the previous short government shutdowns have led to a certain complacency. We've had it before never had a miss check. But this one were kind of getting a feeling that this may last a little bit longer. He starting to think that he may not see his next paycheck until February. And he says the mood among his fellow corrections. Officers is quote, doom and.

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"robert richards" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Manage great to be guest hosting for Dan, Patrick, Gann and danettes back. Very very soon. In the meantime, we're getting ready for January first which used to be like the coolest day of the year used to be it's still kind of a cool day and we have bowl games. But it's not the same. Do you? Remember, how old are you? This is this is one of those how old are you? If you're old enough you remember when January I had all the big bowl games. If you're old enough, though, you also remember that I believe New Year's Eve had this terrible Walt Disney Orange Bowl parade. That was like the rose parade. Don't get me wrong. You could not pay me to sleep overnight on the streets of Pasadena get up early in the morning and watch a bunch of floats. Go buy that are made out of rose petals. It feels like a colossal waste of time. And especially a waste of rose petals. I'm not saying, it's not amazing. No one sitting here saying like, hey, it's not really impressive. What they do with rose petals. But but I would also tell you that. It's just rose pedals. And they don't look nearly as cool up of close. Like, you're sitting there. Click. Whoa. There's another flowed. Whoa. There's a dragon. Whoa. There's some Morse's. I do like the band's I just you couldn't pay me enough. Anyway, the point is there used to be a progression in all these bowl games. And it would end up with whatever the big game. That would decide the national chain would be whether that was the Orange Bowl lot of times, you know, a team from the big eight like, Nebraska or Oklahoma would be taking on Miami or something like that. You also have the ES to bowl the Rose Bowl. The granddaddy the mall always starting in the afternoon with that as beautiful setting as possible. Look we still have the Rose Bowl and the sugar orange is obviously apparently already been played. That's what we're calling the semifinals that were played in Miami. The peach was the other one. And now we have a national championship game Monday. But I I will say that one of the things that's gotten one of the things that's gotten screwed up. One of the things as gotten screwed up is the college playoff as bowl games, TJ Hirschman zodda when you at Oregon state GS planet ballgame. Fiesta ball was that the last one at night, which who is that against the team mission have been in the college football playoff this year should have should not have a load her name, and we stopped Notre Dame out. I had forgot about that. You guys did you? Did you guys did blast Notre Dame? What what was it? That was New Year's day was like late was that the last game nears? You remember what it was? Yeah. It was well it was a BCS game right in on the call the thing. So when I was playing it was fiesta bowl Sugar Bowl, orange ball and Russ Rosebowl. Those were the four premiere ballgames and so lucky we're fortunate enough to get one of them the stumped under Dame stop VIN played a second half because it was so bad. It was that bad. We're up I'm guessing thirty some zero who issue you guys have myself. Chad quarterback was Jonathan Smith who's not a head coach. At state, Ken Simonson. Are defense was loaded though. We're big and fast. Nick Barnett wine errors, they both played over ten years. NFL James, Alan Lawrence rally. Dairies jackson. Dennis weather's b. Keith Hayward Johnson. He's a DB coach at Oregon now. Terrell roberts. Richard siegler, we had a really good team. And how long into the game. Did you know? Like, these guys are terrible. They're not the not at our level. It was probably probably the first series. I mean, we we wrote them I believe we scored pretty much every possession in the first half. And you're like what was it about them that wasn't as good as they just weren't as fast as we were. They and, you know, the these games are works is when you the banquet, you you're supposed to interact with each other. They really didn't want to interact with us. So our coaches kind of made that a point prior to the game. What do you mean anyone in Iraq with you? We were told going into it like Francis. It's five guys at a table say, right?.

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"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Eighteen after seven o'clock. Okay. Team to eighteen. Okay. That's right. Those dunk his pretty dumb, generally. That's true. That's true. Okay. Thanks again for that. That was a lot of fun. And I'm glad that you're not perfect because then we wouldn't have these great outtakes from it that moles. I just wonder how much time it takes. You actually put all the outtakes together because that's a law of lot of audio. Yeah. I didn't have to think about it. Because they're old whenever I recalled one I have a separate track. And every time I make a fly. Find just drop that audio into the separate tracks, very clever and keep it. So it doesn't just takes a little bit of editing to put it together. Whereas the moment I'm writing a plane tail and I'm just not finding it easy this one I just not easy to join it all together, and some when I get a block client that that becomes a pain. Well, we do appreciate all the effort put into I love it of my fun thing. So. The next thing I have here or Liz has on the list is some more audio feeback in this from Stephen. But what I'm gonna do is. I'm gonna put in some non audio pieces of feedback just to kind of break it up a little bit. Because Stevens audio is almost twelve minutes long. So let's move to six and that is from rob. And let please don't let me forget to go back to Stephen's audio. Rob Robert, Richard. And and. Set in some feedback. Fish timid. Whatever. Hey, it's you FAA may think they figured it out or figured it that he are you. Okay. Let me try this EPA A may think they've figured it that he are you Robert you need a pre these things before you sent him. Is I don't know that he actually wrote that part of it. Okay. That was his title wasn't just from like the article, maybe not maybe just copy and paste of it. Anyway, he sends his link and essentially what he's trying to say is that the FAA may figured out what happened in the Embry riddle university. What was an Archer that? Lost the Wingfield Darrow era. Aero. Okay. It was a piper. It was a smaller. And so he sends us this link, and let's see the F A A has proposed a new air worthiness. Directive AD requiring the inspection for metal fatigue of main wings spars on numerous piper PA Twenty-eight NPA thirty two single engine airplanes that have reached a certain factor time in service level reporting the inspection results to the FAA and replacing wing spars that fail the inspection..

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"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"So other than that. That's the major course of action. They had the entire week. It was beautiful flying, weather and. What else happened? Oh, yeah. Some of my some of my favorite restaurants. I got to visit one of them happened to be in the wonderful city of Baltimore. And we had a little meet up. I think that Jeff has some audio. I listen to by chance. I don't know what you're talking about. Nothing at all. Here. We go. Well, Hello there EP community. This is captain Dana Kevin to you live. Well, actually now recorded from the wonderful restaurant called the Scala here in Baltimore. We haven't a very small meet up joined by some fantastic AP listeners as well. As my first offices, Wyoming here at acme, and we've just finished our meal and have had a few few adult beverages. Not very many because both my first officer and I are on overnights, but they make unbelievable beverages here at this restaurant. Scala the food has been unbelievable. The company is even better. And we have some people have come from a great distance, or at least sat in a great to amount of traffic to be here in Baltimore this evening with the wonderful traffic that they have here in the DC area. So I'm not going to introduce everybody. I'm going to allow everybody to introduce themselves and the first person when a hand the microphone over to because everybody's tired of hearing my voice at this point. You can probably hear all the background noise. But I'm gonna hand the microphone over to none other than. Picking name. He's got he's got so many, Robert Richards Haggas. Dick is. Hamish t haggis. That's what it was. I couldn't remember it actually. So anyways when he handed over to Robert in he's going to say, Hello it. The Baltimore meet up the number two Baltimore meet up because Jeff just had one. Yes. The Thursday evening today is Friday, the fourteenth of January Desi January. I said January I way ahead of schedule on. I I'm thinking about my schedule in January because I'm actually holding his schedule in January. But anyways, we're here December fourteenth. And here it is. Here's robert. Hello there a PG land. It is twenty eighteen still I think and December the fourteenth with Dana and a bunch of people. And this is dick Haggas Hamish, Richard Robert, I dunno at whole something. I'm sure I have a name somewhere around here that we'll all figure out eventually, but tonight has been absolutely wonderful. We've had I have to say, I don't I've only met Dana once before but the food here as he says is absolutely outstanding. The drink is. Even better, although we've only had a taste. You can believe me if you choose to, and it's been really wonderful with a bunch of company here that is hard to beat. So thanks for listening. And hopefully, see you all in a different state of mind at some point in the future..

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"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"The voice of Tom Ridge. The former governor of Pennsylvania to became the first secretary of homeland security was very meaningful. He started in solemn tones from Nissen of the first hours and days of searching for something. Anything brightening to Mark the accomplishment of the occasion he recited this quote grieve, not nor speak of me with tears, but laugh and talk of me as if I were beside you. I love Paschal Richardson. He recited. Three times and it stood out to me that I have heard evidence of some joy returning to some of the family members. I have heard interviewed even at times regaining inability to laugh. This made me feel a little less uneasy about the audio clip recorded at the end of our little meet up. What was captured in audio came a day, came after a day filled with minor on glitches, at least I thought. So as indicated in the clip, the four of us had paid our respects and we're conversing about how mazing it was that the meet up head fallen together that that day at all, and we were decompressing. I would like to formally blame captain Nick, the whole Richard Robert thing which kept surfacing all day from my experience as a mother, it's safest to blame on those safest to blame those not present. I am not so sure if I will be following up with the Rangers with a link to this week's podcast and show, but maybe I will because with all the preparations going on at the park last week in advance of this week's activities, the Rangers were unusually jovial at the visitor center desk. I suppose that happens when a community of people work together towards shouldering shatter shared goal. Even if it's a Solomon, a bond occurs, and there can be juxtaposed kind of joy which look onlookers might not understand out side of the context of mutual, preserve perseverance seasoning. Thanks again, digest and Robert, Richard and Arlen for taking the time and expense for most out of the way meet up and for taking your lives in your hands flying around storm cells. And especially the fifteen minute car ride in my loser cruiser may. I never, again concocting idea of making me the taxi driver for pilots. I think I had a bona fide panic attack as soon as captain Jack took the f. o. seats for those of us who for those who wanted to join us, but could not. I'd recommend making the pilgrimage around the third or fourth week of October, which is the predicted week for the peak fall foliage season in that area, all of the time should be in place by to Becca, Becky, Rebecca. Thank you, Becky for that. So she's talking about. The they had a ninety, three foot tall, wind chime, our that we passed by as we entered the flight ninety three memorial park, and at the moment that we were there, there were no wind chimes hanging from it. And that was the fourth of September..

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"robert richards" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Do By Friday

"One thing okay one thing about this movie it does not commit the cardinal sin of having actors tried to do like do something that they're good at and like faking it like marvelous miss mazel or whatever where she's not actually funny like all of these actually good singers it's i love the singing it's great and i don't think merlin mann raves singing yeah if anything the song sequences and the cappella competitions were very good and i do like the sing off in the pool i think that's a really good seen actually it's a ripoff riff riff on on but you know it's be other carden not a cardinal sin but it does make me wanna watch best in show oh yes the the commentary was very show which i think both i know michael michael james robert richard higgins was in that i don't know if elizabeth banks was in i don't think she was now that she she came in just as talent on the first one or was she a producer producer from the beginning i didn't know that okay and then she directed the last one right i second one directly at one are you ding beg alex i really respect lescot so good i think they're fine i think they're fun movies and i think it's it's a little window into world i just didn't know very much about and it's now we're listened to little bit of a cappella music and it's not going to change our lives but it's down on capello rabbit hole here what do i google yeah are you not an cappella fan from the beginning ruin no no anyone anyone else there's fifteen some word jokes in so when i was in high school or middle school maybe even we had i don't know napster or whatever it was at the time and i would download acapella songs and i didn't know that all the groups i was downloading we're like in college and so i would go to a sam goody or cd store whatever and try to buy like the brown derbies was a big one on my list there from brown university and i would like try to buy the cd and the music people would be like what are you talking about but i was really into cappella music in high school and then i got to college and by that point i realized i didn't want to sing in front of people anymore so i was never participant was never part of an archipelago group but i was more like the guy with the clipboard at the beginning during the audition well and another great thing is the girl who throws up a bunch of the first one in the third one is like i don't need to do this anymore and they all do their little spiel about how they're growing up and it's it's just cute yeah yeah there's a thing that happens a lot in this is not that funny but it's a revealing a lot of times my wife and i will be watching a movie and there's somebody who's supposed to be in college pice school junior high and at some point one of us will turn to the go it's true in this one the to lead women who are great great and they're attractive and whatever but all my god you are so not twenty one break yeah that's true i find it distracting i find it distracting well the the thing with teen movies is you always assume like teen movies middle schoolers go to that so they don't really know what real high schoolers look like could so they just anybody over twenty ancient oh right when are you start running into that alex it's a fun right it's already happening i'm everyone's going to die it's gonna be great but you made it through the whole movie max through the whole movie yeah when we we started watching pitch perfect two and you know they introduce the new kid drew shirt that's true grit girl no really yeah isn't she awesome fairly forget honestly she wrote one song right and didn't even use swatches did them did you like chagrin although when you're young and you're in like a movie in.

"robert richards" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"This is a cbc podcast creeks in quarks is supported by culligan water from bubble bath to dougie balls plants tear favor past at her whole home drinks water it makes sense to want that water to be cleaner soft and tastes great with the culligan water system you could enjoy the best water softening infiltration technology tailored to what your home needs this means you can focus on providing your friends and family the best of everything without having to think twice about your water to learn more about culligan water is whole home water solutions visit hey culligan dot com you could give your people culligan water lost mugs you wish president donald trump proclaimed that america would return to the moon by 2020 the timeframe seemed a little unrealistic too many but if it were to happen it would mark the first time astronauts will set foot on the lunar surface in over forty years but a robotic lander from a private company might make it there a little sooner into sixteen the cape canaveral based moon express a private robotic lunar transportation company was given approval from the federal aviation administration to put a robot lander on the moon robert richards is a canadianborn space entrepreneur and co founder and ceo of moon express but he lander on the moon just scratches the surface of his grand ambitions he wants to be the fedex of moon shipping mr rich's welcomed the courts in cork's it's a pleasure to be here bob full disclosure unite have known each other since the eighties um you went to ryerson university in toronto and i've seen you through a lot of different things from cardiff detailing to bar owner of how you managed to finally get yourself involved in so as you know uh space has always been my main calling and you you know that the space has not been a profitable endeavor until fairly recently and so i found myself heading down to the united states.

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"robert richards" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on One Two Review

"Hey what's going on fox is merely the sheriff of dj and i'm here with my buddy alex say hi alex hey how how is everyone doing and my buddy brennan wave oh your co wolf there it is a brandon all right like i said this was one to review and if you don't know what the show is get with the times mad we rate in review movies on the simplest gale possible one if we don't like it too if we do sometimes we rate and review products as well we tally those up until we get to 20 points and then we call it a day all right we hope you enjoy this episode of war true all right ladies and gentlemen welcome thank you all so much for joining us in another week of one to review the first movie that we are going to be reviewing two day is a two thousand seventeen film directed by denise house it is starring jason kidd sedukh gifts harrison ford a robert richard and marion taylor it is called skunk a little bit of the synopsis of this film adjacent sedukh is is cursed by a gypsies that he has skunk every twelve minutes for the rest of his life you guys i thought this film was excellent i had a wonderful time watching it i laughed so much what did you think of scout i highly enjoyed it i mean of course it's got the monkeys ironic twist of him being a perfume esten colonus and then he gets cursed to smell bad and that ruins a lot of his appointments a lot of clients no longer work with them and it puts his life in the perspective as a genies or a gypsies curse often does yep and just be clear.

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"robert richards" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"robert richards" Discussed on Championship Drive

"You know as alive studio audience there at the time like hannah montana back in the day i think that'll after i got the whole series hannah montana how do we got that on the record i would not at the hannah montana was a plus twenty four hundred underdog to make the campus conversation very very impressive it's a week of upsets and it just diet right after you go further yeah all right so my oklahoma the team this week that is not respecting their opponent and i don't think it's necessarily a respecting of the opponent as so much as a upset in the making i think happens at hard rock stadium down in miami i think it is the miami hurricanes obviously that that that game be in rescheduled you know miami right now not necessarily known for their rushing defense your defense against the run i think they're levent than the acc right now georgia tech traditionally pretty good at the run i i said yesterday on the show there's an sec coach had said that there's three times you don't want to play georgia tech is at the beginning of the year the middle of the year in the end of the year they just present match match up in personnel problems miami right now out three starters two and their secondary de delaney in in sheldrick red wine which is one of the all top names of college football right now not that georgia tech is a passhappy team of course but when you still bring these guys up a little bit further in the box that's a major concern ahmad robert richards is going to be possibly questionable of i believe of the wide receiver.

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