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"seles" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"Yeah, so years later. Serena would say I think. Maybe it just comes from growing up watching so much tennis me and Serena were the same. And she said like I loved watching Steffi and Monica that era when it was just them, they were such mental players, and just looking at that and being so influenced by that thinking one day I'm going to be there, so no doubt. Monica Seles was influential. Yeah, an inspiration for shore totally so just in case you're. As far as tennis getting seaver, sadly, the answer is I was wondering that actually know. Sports illustrated reported on it and said if anything, there's just been increasingly belligerent spectators this is. It's crazy to me. Tennis I feel like I put in the same category as like golf like quiet classy, so kind of thing that you watch them like Sundays and the fact that there's people getting belligerent are not being. Say I mean you'll love to see the passion Jim become unsure. Just be safe. Fans have stormed the courts when Roger Federer. And Serena. Williams have been playing. Those are three of the marquee names antennas, and if they're not getting the proper security, what's even happening yet for stars? What I'm learning, is we. The human race are bad at learning lessons this the one thing I now foreshore. So what's our girl Monica to now well? She eventually spoke out about the stabbing, and she said I didn't play for two and a half years after my stabbing nineteen, so you're going. Going through. Hey, what am I going to do? Am I going to return my not and everybody said Oh. My Gosh, those would have been your best two and a half years all this stuff i. wish I'd known what I know now, which is that you can still play great tennis at Twenty Eight? It doesn't just have to be in your early twenties, but that was a different time. You know it would be the worst thing I mean. There's a lot of bad here, but one of the terrible things. There's probably so many people that have come up to her being like. You could have been so great. As if it's fucking her fall, you know that's the thing when it's so outside of anything you could have done. It's just so much rougher and I'm sure. She hears that all the time totally I also really love what she said in an interview with Neal Conan on NPR in two thousand nine. She said I don't like living in the past. So or the future I love living in the present. I'm so excited about my life now. It took a lot of hard work. I mean I look back. In my life I've been I had some great highs and I had some. Great Low said just part of WHO I am today and what you know talking to hear what could have been know it could have gone if the Nice, stab me just a little bit over to the right. I could be paralyzed today, and if it never stabbed me, then I might have had more grand slams. Who knows those are all? What if the only thing I know is? It did happen it changed the course of my career. Career but I did end up coming back to the sport that I love. And that has given me so much in my life I'm so impressed I love that so much well. She's also gone on to be a children's book author and she even had a brief stint on dancing with the stars in two thousand eight. So you know okay good and she also helps train young tennis players at an elite level, so she is payment for word. Maybe I could call her up. Yeah, I think you and I know. Follow up episode, you and I being taught tennis by. As grunting the entire time, and you're just like this head of the racket..
"seles" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"All right, so we're back so just to recap. Monica Seles is dominating ten S. She's just beat Steffi Graf at the trillion open. She's number one in the world. It's a big moment for her a big moment for women's tennis great time to be Monica Selous so later that year in April nineteen, ninety-three Celis, who still number one in the world is in a tournament in Germany, where if she keeps winning, and Groff keeps winning. They'll meet in the finals revenge match. We're hoping rematch. In, the quarters sell is facing Magdalena Maleeva of Bulgaria, so Monaco won the first set six, two four. She's up four to three in the second year. Now she's crews in. We're expecting her to win this match. There's a change over break and the camera show Selous Cooling off drinking water in the sidelines like you. Then they cut to a screen, showing the box score, and like when I was watching this as dad. We are so spoiled now back then. It was just like this static image of a box score for like. A minute anyway, all of a sudden. You're on this box score and you hear the audio of a couple screens..
"seles" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"You know I grunt getting into bed I doing anything correct. An interview after her retirement. She was asked if she ever regretted the grunt. and. Grunts was hate. They're even asking her about regret. Yeah, unfortunately, I was seventeen years sold, and I was like. Oh, I'm make sure everybody likes me. She said when she was young and still coming up. She wanted to please everyone, but she realized she wasn't out there to please people. She was out there to win. And then once I realized that you know you got to be an individual. Whatever it is, whatever makes you win that point? Point and for me as part of my game, and this is who I was, and you know some people liked it. Some didn't but I wasn't out there to please people. I was to win tennis tournament. Yes, girl let a girl grunt. I wish that I was like so sure of myself as Monica was. Yeah, like you know in mean girls, they're like ice. How Regina George Wearing army pants and flip flops so I wore pants. And that was me. That's probably still me. Good for her for sticking to her guns. Sure I'M GONNA. Say Monica Seles, is a Billion Times Cooler Than Regina, George because she's a nice little. Yeah I hear you good for her for being like this helps me win. This is my game. Don't tell me to change it. y'All shut up to add to this gender nonsense around the same time that the grunting controversy was peeking, she also rolled up at a tournament within you short haircut, and at that point, people were like she's like the aggressive boy grunting away. It's totally that felicity. Keri Russell Shit all over again. You know what I mean. Anyway so this young woman is dealing with all this nonsense, and at the same time she's dominating the tennis world still winning and being number one in a very competitive. Including the also dominant Steffi Graf Kudos, love it so in January nineteen ninety-three sell us. GROFF faced off on the court of the Australian Open at that time, sellers had taken the number one ranking from Graf and the tension and competition between them was very high like they were the top rivals in women's tennis.
"seles" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"Press ever tennis active. Let's go to the big. Fella. Chris over. In the? Beside except. Championship. So in June of that year, sellers played in the French Open, which was her first Grand Slam tournament and made it all the way to the semis. A quick recap for those of you who aren't tennis heads like Myself Mrs. Wait isn't that what the rackets are called head? Yeah, the rackets have head. This is very foreign to me I love this. So the professional tennis tour has a bunch of tournaments throughout the year, but there were four majors known as the Grand Slams they are in chronological order for when they take place in the year at the Australian Open, played at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne the French. Open played. At Roland Garros in Paris Wimbledon played at the all. England Club in London and the US Open played in flushing. Meadow New York so. So for her at the age of fifteen to make it the semis of the French Open. That's awesome. It's a huge deal. She ends up losing to Steffi Graf, another legend, who is four years older than her and ends up winning the entire thing. So Steffi was ranked number one in the world. At that time she was a total dominant force in the sport. She was known for her inside out forehand. which just as an eighth grader who loved tennis I tried to? Were you also known for your inside out for I? was known for trying the inside out forehand allows. Okay, so at the end of nineteen. eighty-nine sell us was ranked number six in the world already. She's sixteen years old at this point so at sixteen just for context I was as we spoke about hitting tennis balls off the garage door, and once that stopping option I sometimes to tennis lessons from very bored man named Dennis. But mostly at sixteen I was like. How do I get white people's makeup not to look like a ghost on my face. And then I just gave up on makeup, and I have never since learned. Yeah, okay, see I. Blame You, maybelline, you know. Anyway just to get a sense of the landscape and tennis here, the other top players on the women's Circuit Steffi Graf from Germany, who we just talked about Martina Navratilova. Who's now playing for the US interesting side? Note? She was born in Czechoslovakia. Czech Republic learning so much on this podcast. But was stripped of her citizenship in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five for becoming too Americanized, no way while the other top women's players were Iran sanchez-vicario, and can cheat a Martinez of Spain and Gabriella Sabatini from Argentina..
"seles" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"I'm not sure whether it's possible to ramp it. Up in Roland Garros relived. That's what we doing today. Because we're featuring the nine hundred and ninety two French Open final between Monica Seles and Steffi Graf which I always remember twenty eight years on as being one of the greatest matches I've ever seen. It's something that meant an awful lot to me as a teenager. It was one of the suits of matches that made me fall in love with the sport and wanted to work in it for a living. And I'm just thrilled to say twenty eight years on having just watched it with Katrin. Wigger Matt Roberts. Here on the tennis podcast. It did not let me down ATL. I've absolutely loved the last few hours of tennis watching that. I've just done and Katharina matter here to relive it all with us. We've got Chris Clarry from the New York Times to talk to about it. We've got hines Cantat. Former coach of Steffi Graf. It was in the box that day to talk to as well but our immediate reaction is what Catherine well every. Message the eastern to the WHATSAPP group while you were watching the match within in caps and I now understand why I didn't know whether it's possible to have recently Boyce about a match that took place twenty eight years ago but it's one of the best much as I've ever seen and yeah that could be a bit of recency biased. Because I'm I'm high from finish finishing. What Ching it just just minutes ago? But I'm I'm open mouthed at the drama the quality and the the grit of what. I've just watched. Did it live up to your expectations? Mass based on the hype that I'd given about it over the last couple years. Sure did yeah those expectations who are about as high as they can get I'm not sure what's what's more nerve wracking going back to watch a match that you thought at the time was really good and hoping that lives up to or going back to watch your match that you've never seen and hoping it's really good. I think both those things are a little nerve wracking but yeah I mean just the just the back in that final sad especially between to all time greats in their prime with just a crowd that was hanging on every shot of every rally so much on the line and kind of it was just all about the tennis. Didn't at that stage in their rivalry. There was there was there was nothing else. Apart from the tennis is just your game against mine. Who's is better and you know it goes goes right to the end of that third set and until the very last moment you've no idea who's going to win Just just the thrilling thrilling match that stands the test of time for sure. So let's set the scene a little. I shall wait thousand. Nine hundred ninety to the Mass Transit Treaty was signed founding the EU Euro Disney opened in Paris. South Africans voted for political reform to end apartheid and Miley Cyrus. Selena Gomez and CARRINA pledge Giver Stroke Christine Applicable were born I think this and Christine applicable and e I. I really did not see Miley Cyrus coming there so those things happened. Monica says at the time was eighteen years of age trying to win a third French Open title in a row and a sixth Grand Slam singles title. Overall she'd one five grand slams in a row that she'd played or was she was about to wasn't she she'd she'd won four coming in and she was trying to win her fifth. Having been injured for Wimbledon the previous year Steffi. Graf was twenty two and trying to win her first French Open for four years and her eleventh Grand Slam title overall. Remember that she ended up on twenty two so they were the world's number one and two players and that's how it was staged in terms of its hype and the next day Jim Career would play against order and that really a bit of an afterthought compared to the hype that preceded this particular contest between these two women. It was similar. I'm trying to work out what it was similar to. Who watching recently it was. It was never ever ever to who came into that. Final is the overwhelming talked about players. And you know you see that. From time to time John McEnroe who won eleven out of twelve matches against the one or two player ranked player in the world and he ended up playing lendl. This was on that level and maybe even a little bit more because these two players just completely dominated women's terrace that time and meeting in the final. You just have to be on the SOFA. You had to be listening to it if you're out and about and there were seventeen thousand people in the stadium. The atmosphere you described it was it was like a big heavyweight title fight between the two best in the world and yet for the first set it was pretty one-sided it was yeah Monica salish. I think run out to a three love leads and just get the sense of that time how interesting it was because I mean for years people were having to adapt to Steffi Graf taken over women's tennis and then suddenly selfish comes along and its growth. Who's having to adapt to her and find answers in her game for the for the first SATU- didn't really have you just struck by by the Chris Painting of standing right on the baseline with double-handed on both sides such power a person I walk show. I have no idea whether she's going to hit the ball across. Cool all down the line. I just can't imagine how difficult it would have been to play against the disguised. She had on shots but yeah then like who like who. Great Champions do go off did figure out a way and manages to get a foot in the match in the second set and then and then it becomes a classic with both and playing so well but yet to begin with is is really dominating but collins was saying during the country that sellers plays double Chrissy both sides. Because Chris Evert was in the commentary box with her and she was advocating and it was really fascinating. Wasn't it to pick the brains of Chris. Evert a little bit during that country. She was advocating. That graph has got to change game because otherwise she will lose. It's as simple as that heard. Kerr game was not going to get it done. Yeah she was advocating. That prematch wasn't sharing exactly as you'd expect to her reads on on the match were were were buying on throughout. I as describing that that I set in which Monica sellers risk completely dominant and ended up forcing growth to to think. Kona feet out there. Sort of tactically and technically. I couldn't quite believe that that was the same player that we'd watched in. Rome relived a couple of weeks ago from the room. Find live nine hundred ninety two against Gabriella Sabatini which was a couple of weeks prior to to what we've just Watched in the French Open final. It looked like a different player. Now in no Sabatini is a completely different match open. She did deny rhythm and any kind of predictability in in the match and maybe that maybe that was her Kryptonite but it seemed like her serve had about twenty miles per hour. More on it in this French Open. She seemed so much quicker and lighter on her feet. Maybe she was exhausted in Rome. I I don't know that that one match but it looks like a completely different prospect to me. The Monica Seles that we watched today. I mean her movement didn't look like a huge weakness in game her served in like a huge weakness obviously it wasn't Steffi. Graf.
If Biden is serious about winning, he should pick Tammy Baldwin as his running mate
"Joe Biden's equation for picking a running mate is simple writes the Washington post's David Byler he needs a qualified candidate who can help him win a swing state like Wisconsin entertain entertain any any Baldwin Baldwin David David Butler Butler joins joins us us on on WTMJ WTMJ David David this this is is a a great great proposition proposition an an interesting interesting read read for for folks folks here here the the badger badger state state Seles Seles and and Tammy Tammy Baldwin Baldwin is a VP candidate I think we have all been is pretty straight forward and relatively compelling one essentially what we've seen historically is that vice presidential candidates often get the check at a roughly two to three point boost in the home state of that candidate and we know what the battleground states are most likely going to be the most important states to get to two hundred seventy electoral votes are probably going to be for a Michigan Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and if you think through but it has already pledged that he wants to take a woman he probably wants to pick someone who is a democratic senator or governor who on that list have experience on that list might be able to help fight again a couple points in one of those key states really the person you come up with that that the top there is Tammy Baldwin
"seles" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Seles after she got stepped down as the two terrific terrific aims to bring up and if they pull you don't want to go to resource if you think about the second acting yeah could sell us you know I had to name that eluded me for a while just that I've heard that in a one the stabbing but she was she she tried and she did pretty well as far as what does that because a critical for the page for the for the Tampa Bay I didn't use how with the with the deal due to tight ends like you know the patriots used to do well remember have camera breach you just actually have three tight ends but you've been hearing in multiple places that Howard is kinda had a falling out really Bruce Arians and listen I'm with you I still think this talent I still think there's upside and could you imagine if they had the three tight ends and almost overs I mean it have so many mismatches they call it exports yeah I mean I mean I I feel like to me Godwin is so underrated on my team he eventually was great for Tennessee to make it just wasn't on the radio last year I think by now but obviously this year everybody knew how good Chris Godwin was as a player that was it that's what happens when you're on the same team is Mike Evans yes but god would put up on believable numbers last season so what we gonna do about the running game though still think they need a back I don't want to be surprised Justin they got a ton of draft picks at their disposal if they will get themselves a running back and one of the first two rounds yeah I think it was gonna come in here a lot about the the really high and we got three running backs in this draft the really like you got all your tickets with your exact Jonathan Taylor and you got Dobbins of Ohio state listing my bills we need it's Russia I know we got a lead pick with a trip to fifty for anybody that's on the radar now released holes to see Justin because when you're picking Natalie and you're not picking in the first round yeah really got to see how day one is going to go you know what I mean like it's possible there could be two or three edge rushers that fall and listen everybody tells you there is a significant gap and rightfully so right between chase young and all the other a drudge prospects that you can find here in a strap I don't know who goes late in the first round I don't know who is in that like Windell ranges somebody to find in the second round I promise you Justin by Thursday into Friday what a much better answer that question I don't speak to them but I would just appreciate is always my friend you have a wonderful Wednesday and the Buffalo Bills are not a team pick in the first round this year and are okay with that they have a very talented roster and they brought in receiver with the pick they traded the Vikings that should give them that should go to guide a Josh Allen I think desperately needs it's three thirty seven here on this Wednesday morning it's JJ after dad Jackie Stansky right here on the fan eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six more on the addition of rob Gronkowski the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and we're gonna be putting him on a list of one of the great retired athletes to come back and have great success the guys who ever retired they'll let you throw on a separate list there are a few that was a pretty big names as well reclamation projects injuries unit level that we get a lot more calls come right back dell technologies advisors are.
Pelosi and Schumer tying small-business aid to help for hospitals and states
"Democrats have made a counter offer to Republican calls to replenish an emergency loan program for small businesses and piers Claudia chrysalis reports Democrats want to see additional funding in several new areas the move comes a day after treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin called for an additional two hundred and fifty billion dollars to fund the popular loan program that could soon run out of money the effort is part of a historic coronavirus responsibility proved by Congress last month Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said his chamber could approve the new infusion this week but they'll need democratic support to move forward and house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer are asking for five hundred billion dollars in new aid for small businesses hospitals and state and local governments they're also asking for new food security support for struggling families cloudy Seles NPR news
Los Angeles: Housing Secretary Carson Awards $1.8M For Public Housing Jobs Program
"Della county gets in nearly two million dollar boost from the feds for public housing grants money is part of the department of housing and urban development jobs plus program that supports for job readiness and connecting public housing residents to employment as well as education and financial empowerment services hud secretary Ben Carson made the announcement and sign to the check at the Carlito's public housing development in Long Beach which has been around since nineteen forty it's owned and managed by the LA county development authority acting executive director Emilio Seles this is really and very important for a for this community because it provides workforce development activities one of the things that we try to strive for here is to try to make sure that this is not a landing space for folks that this is just a transition on to something else he says the grant money will be used to help residents at Connelly does get better paying jobs so they can become self sufficient the development has more than two thousand residents living in more than seven hundred
As many as eight GOP senators expected to vote to curb Trump's power to attack Iran
"The Senate could approve a measure to date limiting president trump's war powers when it comes to a run and peers Claudia Chrysopolis reports the resolution directs the president asked Congress for permission to authorize a strike against Iran democratic senator Tim Kaine has secured three Republican co sponsors and enough GOP support to pass his war powers resolution it's fundamentally about Congress owning up to and taking responsibility for the most significant decisions that we should ever have to make Republican rand Paul of Kentucky says the bipartisan measure is a high water mark after the impeachment trial it is a debate about life and death it is a debate that more than any other debate embodies our commitment to our soldiers president trump can veto the measure but supporters say it sends a strong message to curb future action against Iran cloudy Seles NPR news the
"seles" Discussed on WGN Radio
"But unlike Seles to get everybody's attention good will hunting wake up it's eight oh nine the thing I love about Friday is when you turn off the alarm clock you think and I will not have to hear this for a couple of days we'll get to the entertainment the report and dean Richards momentarily couple of items that caught my eye Jennifer Lopez and Shakira say their upcoming Superbowl halftime show will pay homage to Latin culture promising a joint performance that has an empowering message and also one that quote spreads love that halftime show that everybody's talking about stand there rehearsing for just twelve minutes that's it and this year by Jerry Seinfeld's book he's been gathering material he's working on his first book since the million selling sign language came out with a twenty five years ago the currently untitled book scheduled for a fall release Seinfeld says whenever I came up with a funny bit whether it happened on a stage in a conversation or working it out on my preferred Candace the big yellow legal pad I kept it in one of those old school accordion folders Seinfeld says he has every piece of stand up comedy he thought was worth saving from forty five years of as he says hacking away at this Seinfeld with the new book untitled so far coming out sometime this fall and the big story in the attainment world is Fred Silverman passing away yesterday at the age of eighty two dean Richards is with us from Los Angeles today and dean as you know Fred Silverman came up with popular shows for all three networks but he started his career here in Chicago did Nick yeah he did he certainly say that over at WGN TV and he was the guy that created that one we're still running on WGN TV from time to time family classics the great movie series that was on a different times I think most people remembered best permits Sunday afternoon incarnation post first posted by preacher Thomas then then by road runner and we have just recently bought it back in the present a special fools from in a couple of times a year but he was instrumental in the creation of the Bozo show on WGN but you know Fred Silverman is just really one of the great television's visionaries he he's the only guy that was a TV program where it all three of the major television networks when that's all there was people to choose from for for you know television viewing be interesting you know to see what he would do in the states of four online TV platforms now in television is changed so much but he was responsible for TV shows like all the family and Mary Tyler Moore show and you know some of the a true classic television shows Justin in reading through his credit something that I learned yesterday was he was a responsible for the TV show Scooby doo seven the way that he came up with Scooby doo is that he was someplace and he heard the party Sinatra song strangers in the night with which has you know the record for a minute you know Scooby doo be doo be doo be doo be right and thought that that would be an interesting name for the dog is in the series so thanks thank point Silverman thank Frank Sinatra if you were a fan of Scooby doo you look at all the shows he was responsible for all the hits and the spin offs to mod the Jefferson is good times Mary Tyler Moore road laverne and Shirley Vanik woman and roots Charlie's angels and then he had a couple of flops though and NBC in the late seventies pink lady and hello Larry didn't quite make it today hello Larry and super train it was also a super trend right creation which was a does he also always talked about how he regretted spinning off not not spinning off the road from the Mary Tyler Moore show but creating the storyline in which a rotor got married the show busy he said that he realized too late that the heart and soul of Rhoda was her dating life in her his fortunes in her dating life and by marrying her off he helped neutralize the show a little bit I kind of disagree with that I I mean I I always like the TV show wrote a but he he felt like that that took some of the bite out of you know one of the most popular characters ever on the television but you know those are all the those are all the things that we know from what I was going through some old things you know and I did see a note that I received from Fred Silverman in two thousand and five when we first created the Bozo garden ray WGN TV classics special that now has been on for fifteen years in in which we talk about the four children we talk about the creation of family classic child he and preacher Thomas you know chose the in the films and for your Thomas personally attitude the films to make sure that they were appropriate for family viewing but he sent me a really nice note hand written note something that you don't see very often anymore I was saying you know thank you for the memories of my time the Tribune tower and at Bradley place and I'd be even forgotten that I have it but so it's a nice memory and do you know classy thing to do he didn't need to send anything to you know because we included them and are special that's nice Fred Silverman he passed away yesterday at the age of eighty two three decades in network television but he started right here in Chicago more from dean Richards a movie review and other entertainment notes first let's.
"seles" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"On the details finally Seles Serra at the impeachment trial of president trump lawmakers have any questions for both sides fox's John helper live on Capitol Hill are yet to be published manuscript by former national security adviser John Bolton has been the source of many of those questions asked the senators consider whether his or anyone else's testimony should be included I think we assume that Mister Bolton was disgruntled and we didn't expect he was going to be saying a lot of nice things about the president the deputy White House counsel Patrick Philbin says the manuscript is still undergoing review for classified information we'd impeachment manager Adam shifts the senator should not wait for that we can bring in John Bolton ask him exactly what he was referring to when he described the drug reporting about Bolton's book suggested contradicts White House explanations for a hold on Ukrainian military assistance Lisa yeah the president at the White House this afternoon signing the trade agreement with Canada and Mexico this is a colossal victory for our farmers ranchers energy workers factory workers and American workers in all fifty states and you could almost say beyond residents saying it'll grow annual exports to Canada and Mexico by an estimated three hundred fifteen million dollars the corona virus continues to spread in China with a hundred sixty two people they are reported dead and over six thousand second here in the west there are five confirmed cases the centers for disease control and prevention expanding entry screenings two twenty U. S. ports of entry or it has quarantine station also in collaboration with customs and border protection CDC is expanding distribution of travel health education materials to all travelers from China Dr Nancy Messin yea with the centers for disease control and prevention the justice department says it won't oppose probation for former trump administration.
"seles" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Defense finally Seles Sarah president trump's team turning the spotlight on a former vice president Biden and his son boxes down helper live on Capitol Hill the president trump's impeachment teams has questions about former vice president Joe Biden's son hunter and his work with Ukrainian energy firm Burris small are bludgeon omit hunter Biden had no experience in natural gas no experience in the energy sector no experience with Ukrainian regulatory affairs as far as we know he doesn't speak Ukrainian former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi argue state department officials expressed concerns about Biden's role with the firm house Democrats a president trump's interest however was not about corruption but instead motivated by politics and a perceived threat of the former vice presidents presidential candidacy Lisa yeah the number of dead now eighty in China and the number of six about twenty seven hundred from an outbreak of a new type of corona virus in the US there are five active cases can you are aggressive public health response strategy working to protect the health and safety of the American public thank you Nancy messing the a with the centers for disease control and prevention China has extended the lunar new year to keep the public at home and avoid spreading infection while Mongolia's closed its border with China Hong Kong and Malaysia announced they would not allow visitors from Wuhan prominence fears about the virus sending stocks tumbling down south four hundred and fifty three points the nasdaq a hundred and seventy five in the S. and P. five hundred gave up fifty one points on Monday travel socks and casino stocks ending the day sharply lower restaurant stocks including Starbucks plus the owner of Pizza Hut and KFC as well as McDonald's also lower their closing stores in China near the epicenter of the virus Lawrence timidity with fox business on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange America is listening the.
House votes to limit Trump's military action against Iran without congressional approval
"The US house has approved a resolution to force president trump to seek congressional approval before any further military actions taken against Iran is NPR's Claudia chrysalis reports the measure won bipartisan support house lawmakers approved the measure to limit the president's military action against Iran in the two hundred and twenty four to one hundred and ninety four vote house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says the resolution reinforces the constitutional authority given to Congress to declare war all this resolution to say Mister president obey the law obey the constitution of the United States of America the move comes after Democrats and some Republicans expressed concerns over the lack of transparency and what led trump to green light a US strike that killed the Ron's Major General Qassem Soleimani cloudy Seles NPR news the
White House sends Congress formal notification of Soleimani strike
"The White House has formally notified Congress of a US strike that killed a top Iranian military general NPR's colleague or solace reports congressional leaders received a formal classified document notifying them of the drone strike that killed the dance Major General Qassem Soleimani house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the notification quote raises more questions than it answers hello she went on to say that the document props Yuri synergen questions about the timing manner in justification of the administration's decision the president is required to notify Congress of foreign military action within forty eight hours so the money was killed early Friday in Baghdad by a U. S. drone strike he don has vowed revenge for the killing all president trump has said the US will respond to any retaliation cloudy Seles NPR news Washington the president elaborated on possible US actions in a series of tweets last night he said if Iran strikes any Americans or American assets his administration has targeted fifty two Aronian sites representing the fifty two Americans taken hostage by Iran many years ago he wrote we will hit them harder than they have ever been hit before the body of solo money was returned to Iran today thousands of mourners were there for its arrival in Iraq the parliament there is holding an emergency session to discuss the killing security concerns are heightened throughout the Middle East Britain is issuing new travel warnings for Iraq and Iran the marker has more Britain's foreign office is advising UK nationals to avoid all travel to Iraq outside of the Kurdistan region and to avoid all but essential travel to Iran following the death of silly money the BBC reports the US didn't give prime minister Boris Johnson advance warning of the air strike that killed Iran's top military man former Foreign Secretary Jeremy hot calls that regrettable but he also says the US may have wanted to avoid putting the UK in the difficult position of having to weigh in on the decision taken by its closest
"seles" Discussed on The Body Serve
"Know you see players walking through crowds on on golf carts you know you can get into tournaments frequently with very little security site you know if you go to the right gate sometimes you just. Kinda waltzed through. It's it's amazing to me. Like how flippant all that can be considering what the sport is like. Anyone who's a fan of tennis knows what happened to her. So where are we after after all this research after two hours of talking about Monica? I'm thankful for the trip down memory lane and though the learning that I did about an era of tennis that was deficient for me and be able to to situate Monica's career better and to get a better understanding of just how great and vast her contributions to the sport and not just understand the Monica that I didn't get to watch live but also better understand the Monica that I did. Yep I hope like where. We've come where I've come as like understanding players as more fully rounded human beings which is a like a constant work in progress right Martina Navratilova for example the way she's going on now about Trans Athletes and sport you're tempted to look at her and very one specific way but she is complex. She is full of contradictions. And one more thing to me. The reason the Monica cells was so charismatic in the early nineteen nineties because she had a little bit of edge. There was a little bit of toughness genus. Acqu mystery. There was like the slightest bit of meanness then made her incredibly compelling or a little bit of a a wink yes so remember to make your heroes complicated. Thank you for listening. This has been a month long project and process for us. It's been with us over the holidays. We are relieved to have the recording over to be frank. If you're still here thank you will be our longest episode ever at this point. I don't think there is enough that we could cut in the editing process to stop it from being. I think it's warranted given the top. Stay tuned are genuine debut of season six of the twenty twenty body surf season will begin soon till then. My name is Jonathan. You can find me on twitter at tennis. Underscore John and I'm James at Elliot Jamar on twitter to els to tease. The podcast is at the body serve on twitter on instagram. Fever enjoyed the show. We've done similar things in the past checkout or pride episode checkout or Pre Open era episode. Thanks for listening till next time..
"seles" Discussed on The Body Serve
"Yeah a sixteen year old. Yeah so you have this meek child this bubbly child this young woman who is interested in pop culture who giggles. God forbid she giggles. And so. There's a cutesy aspect and then there's this disconnect between that and what you see on court this ruthless killer who will take out Chris Evert in just her fifth tournament on the W T tour in Houston in one thousand nine hundred nine without any fear she did not fair anybody on court and so this disconnect between these two identities of Monica Seles and then you you accompany that with this per seved mysterious family the peculiarity of the family. Not knowing what to make of them because there were so different from what people knew right all these things working together to then create this tornado of competing media narratives that served to really make things difficult for Monica at the top as a child right so you have this. This threat of the Celtics are unusual. They're extremely private. Insular and Monica's game is Unorthodox and wild and you should fix her forehand and then at the same time we have legends of the game saying we need to be scared. Martina Navratilova was still very much a top player at the time in the late eighties and into the early nineties. Martinez said that she has the ability to quote render the women on tour extinct. She said this shortly after Steffi Graf won the Golden Slam. This is a woman who had just one five slams in a row and Martinez looking at Monaco and saying Oh. Wow this is something we haven't seen before Ted Tinling. Who became a kind of friend to Monica in the final years of his life? Who Monica admired very much. He felt that Monaco was the first real air to Suzanne. Lenglen who he knew very well. When you relate. That story of how Martinez fell that she could just wipe out the WTI tour. It's kind of at odds with Chrissy after playing her. Those first couple of times saying well you know she could be number one in about five years yet Chris. God I love. I love how their personalities come through their court styles. Chrissy is so even so tempered in the way that she plays and she thinks before she speaks right like she wasn't she's not prone to outrageous generalizations. Like Martina can be. I think a story that encapsulates what we were talking about these swirling contradictions of WHO MONICA. Seles was as a kid is her nine thousand nine hundred nine match against Zina Garrison enrolling girls. It was a controversy at the time. Xena is the top player. Monaco's this young upstart was fifteen. At the time they come on court and the bulkheads hand Monica Bouquet of roses and Monica starts handing out individual flowers to people in the crowd. This is unusual and then she turns and presents one to Zina Garrison herself and Zina refuses it and the crowd boos her while she refuses at Monica. You can see her gesturing like okay. I don't really know what to do here. And then she goes and puts them down. It seemed in that moment when Xena rebuffed her gift of a of a role that she realized that okay. This is getting away from me here right this. The third round of Roland Garros Tournament that Monaco will go on to dominate. She Beats Zina Garrison easily. You can I mean. Wash the highlights. She's got Zena on her back foot throughout the entire thing like it's it's just incredible. How a fifteen year old pushes around Zina Garrison who was clearly such a beautiful athlete and Zeno was not happy about it. They were not close. They have since reached a peace. But at the time Xena said it's a bunch of hype. She's just another baseliner. This is after. Monica wiped her off the court. Monica said I would accept a flower from her. I didn't WanNA cause any problems. I didn't know what to do with flowers. And they love flowers here and so what with Monica? Sometimes you get the feeling that you're never getting the full story which I think is true for a lot of people and you can see how maybe what Monica viewed as just a a simple off. The cuff gesture is seen as offensive and outside the the unwritten rules of the game to the other players. But what's at play here is that Monica is clearly a threat to these women yet at fifteen years old. She's a threat. And so what's an innocent thing? Something like just giving some folks. Some flowers is taken as disrespectful. It's taken as who is she. Who does she think she is? This is not the time or the place. We don't like her right. And so instead of say for example if if Cocoa Gotha done that at Wimbledon last year like Oh my God. That's so cute. Her naivete her Nunez. She's unblemished by the darkness of Professional Sports. It's so refreshing. There was none of that right. It's there's this villain coming up end everything that we know about ten right and keep in mind that the two darlings of women's tennis to women who had carried the tour for the last fifteen years and participated in one of the most storied and greatest rivalries in the history of all sport. Martina Navratilova and Chris. They were still playing. Where was Monica? Seles GONNA fit into this Khorasan. Martina were still hanging on. Steffi Graf was fully entrenched as the world number-one and. Here's this fifteen year old handing out roses in the third round of the French. Open like what's going on. I think you can definitely see that. There was a lot of resistance to Monica. Seles getting to the throne of women's Tennis Bright. So this rolling gross in. Nineteen eighty-nine was her debut at a Grand Slam tournament. She reaches the semifinals and loses to Steffi Graf. She came into the tournament eight and one on the year and her debut on the WTO tour was auspicious. She won the Virginia Slims of Houston. Against Chris. Evert before wrong arrows that year. You don't see sort of record very often in tennis. She did not lose in a first round in any tournament until nineteen ninety till she had been on the tour not full-time but about two a story. I like that Paints Monica in a different light is playing Chris. Evert in Chris Evert's final. Us Open in one thousand nine hundred nine. They met in the round of sixteen now. Monica ahead already had a win over Congress and a loss and she writes in her autobiography. The first one that she did not want to be the teenager. Who Kicked Chris? Evert out of tennis. Then I get that. Evert beets are easily and as they're leaving the court. The crowd is going crazy. Obviously and Monaco raises her hand to wave at the crowd realizes quickly that they're not cheering for her and sort of brushes her hand through her hair to recover. And it's so sweet. It's actually a really cute moment because she recovers so fast it's like oh no never mind. As Monica progresses into being world number one and the dominant force that she is on the WTO tour between nine thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety. Three one of the things that's talked about a lot. Is Her relationship with Nick. Bollettieri her stay at the academy. How much that influenza her growth? How much that played a role in her becoming the player that she was as opposed to the influence of father? And the other thing that Bala Terry is linked to sell us here with is this grunting business because folks have often made the point that so many of the prominent grunter 's tennis throughout history have come from the military academy cannot be a coincidence. Right Right Bala Terry. At the time in the mid eighty s was not did not have the profile that he has today. Andre AGASSI AND MONICA. Seles went a long way in creating voluntary as as this legendary tennis. Figure I've seen the voluntary academy called a globe which has just wild. I don't know if reporter could get away with using gulag that flippantly now but it was an authoritarian regime military. The schedule is very rigid. Monica was unhappy as a small kid. Thirteen years old. Herman Herranz more there yet. She didn't speak English very well. She would start her day at six in the morning hitting for hours having to go to school then go hit again. This was this was like boot camp seven days a week for thirteen year old. It's a tough life. It's not easy budgetary said. The work was never ever Monica's problem that she was extremely hardworking when her parents did arrive. This is where things get a little complicated ballot. Terry puts them up in apartment in Bradenton. Monaco's going to the Bradenton Academy. She's a scholarship student. So a lot of these rich kids are sort of subsidizing the scholarship students. And it's weird the way that he talks about her. In retrospect there is a falling out. It's weird the way she talks of Indian winters so I the truth is in the middle so in March nineteen ninety. We're at a point where it's becoming clear that Monica is going to be a superstar. There is no walking back from this. She is prodigious she starting to win tournaments her ranking is going up and the Bala Terry Selous Partnership Dissolves immediately and nobody knows why the official story that I've heard reported in sports illustrated is that the seller says were mad. That voluntary was spending too much time with other students in Monaco's first autobiography. She's nearly silent about it. She said Nick loves to communicate through letters he wrote us a letter and basically kicked us out of the Kademi period. And that was it. She didn't hot provide any context at all but then Bolletteri offers his own version of what happened in his book and it's clear that he goes to great detail to give you detail that cannot be refuted right. He wants you to know. This is what happened right. He said PAPA. Selous was not a tolerant man. He said he was paranoid. He was private. He demanded that tarps. Be ERECTED AROUND. Monaco's practice courts. He had allegedly extensive demands. He said the Sella's were by far the most demanding family he had ever worked with so in March of nineteen ninety according to military cutoff gives him a list of eight eighteen question. This is so specific. Eighteen questions for nick to answer and he needs her sounds immediately or else they can no longer work together. Bolletteri also tells the story. That polus wanted this rope installed in one of the indoor facilities so that Monica could hang from it parallel to the ground to build. Her Core Strangler Serena data with like the aerial or and Nick says it cost. How many thousand dollars to get installed and that Monica never used it and so it's still there it's still there and so he wants you to know that there were all these demands constantly made that he filled that weren't always needed and then eventually just left him high and dry. That's a long sort of right right. He says that they left him. High and dry and they say something different bright. Well we do know because Monica said this is well that they worked without a contract for years and this is when the relationship broke down as when Bolletteri pressed them to put something in writing to formalize the relationship cuddly did not respond allegedly and Nick said. We can't work together anymore. If you're not gonNA commit and so reading both accounts. They're both unsatisfactory. You know you know the truth is somewhere out there. We don't know who's closer to the truth. All we know is that voluntary and sell us did reconcile later on and they. They seem to be in a good place. Monica thanked him at her hall of fame ceremony. They've come a long way because in the nineties the Celis family line was that nick was never really her coach. He didn't really contribute much to her game. And it was just convenient. Meanwhile you have this fifteen sixteen year old girl who is at the center of all of this center of this controversy this drama with budgetary. That's playing out in public. She's about to become the biggest tennis star in the world and she's being made to answer for decisions of her father really adopt point and so in one thousand nine hundred ninety. It's a it's a fascinating time in women's tennis because Monica is clearly the apparent to a still very young Steffi Graf. How does it feel about that? But Not Great Bob at the same time in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Jennifer caprio is the one who is captivating the tennis world. And it's Capri Atti who is dominating the headlines allowing cells to somehow kind of develop under the radar under kind of a diminished spotlight dominating headlines in the United States at least correct which was in many ways the epicenter of a lot of tennis especially hard court tennis. And it's where many of these women trained the L. A. Times in one thousand nine hundred said that Cup Riady. Sella's is quote the rivalry of the future other papers cite the massive star power of both players and open emotion of Caprio Chancellor's comprehensive being the relatable American girl and sell us the Garbo esque charismatic. Nagimov Garbo is something that you see quite a lot. What do they mean by that? Garbo? Greta Garbo the Great Movie Star of the Thirties was reclusive mysterious. She had this error this enigmatic presence about her she was fascinating because of what she hid from you and Monica in many ways embodied that and played it up knowingly she would for for different reasons would appear in public in disguises and wigs and and there were some theatrical moments in Monica's early career which will see in a little while but there was something undeniably electric about Sella's Kariuki. I wanted you to talk about a Garbo esque aspect there because I wanted to situate that in one thousand nine hundred at the start of her career. Because that's going to loom large when cells off the tour after the stabbing indeed. Yes because the media has created this narrative surrounding Monica Seles. This mysterious unknowable person. Who is deliberately keeping information about herself and her game from the media right. She's playing this coy tit. For Tat Business Right and they then become very sinister. They being the media in Ho they. They use that to speak awful things about Monica while she is recovering from her stabbing in one thousand nine hundred three. Yeah Yeah where are we on the tennis court in Early Nineteen Ninety? Monica is putting together a historic season. She wins six straight tournaments starting with key Biscayne. Which of course we now know. As Miami San Antonio Tampa the Italian open in Rome Berlin where she beat Steffi Graf for the first time and her first Grand Slam title Enrolling Girls. Six tournaments in a row. Then she wins. Virginia slims of La. Virginia Slims California and for the Virginia Slims Championships which we can now like into The year end championships. The W. T. Finals and there were so many firsts Sony records set in nineteen ninety in those early years. She was the youngest in the Open era to win a major singles title..
"seles" Discussed on The Body Serve
"Hello everybody. Welcome back to the body serve. I'm Jonathan and I'm James. This is a special presentation especial. Tbs Presentation yes. So we're kind of in between seasons right now in between seasons five and six. The Twenty Twenty Tennessee's has officially started with the Cup but we want to present at a totally different out of time experience. So is this part of season. Five or season. Six doesn't matter what it is. A part of our ongoing series of standalone episodes. We've previously done a partial history of lgbt folks in tennis. We've also done a historical episode where we looked at what tennis was like in the pre-open Arrow leading into the open era. That all was about man if I did a terrible job describing that but you can go back and look into the archives got to work on the elevator pitch. This episode is about the great legendary Monica Seles and rather than being a biography. This is more of a look at how she has been talked about throughout her career. It's a critique. It's a look at how people wrote about her when she was a child when she was a dominant superstar after her stabbing and just kind of a reflection on this unique career. Something that we have never seen in tennis and won't see again. There's so much to unpack with Monica Seles and for the purposes of this episode. We're going to be looking at her career through what we think are four distinct eras of her career and her life in general the first Arab being between nineteen eighty eight and one thousand nine hundred ninety Monica as prodigy and a peculiarity. For much of the tennis world the media the second one being her era of dominance that was accompanied by a fair bit of drama. Some of it of her doing a lot of it having to do with how the press was wild in the way it covered her not knowing what to do or say about Monica Seles the third being the way she was covered during her two and a half year period away from the tour after she was stabbed in Hamburg in nineteen ninety-three and then the fourth era being what we think of Monica Seles. Now since her comeback from nineteen ninety-five starting with the exhibition against Martina Navratilova. Heading into the Rogers Cup and then making the final at the US Open into retirement. And so the crux of this whole thing is how can we use the way in which? Monica was written about and talked about to get a better idea of who she was as a prodigy. Her career at large. And what can we then learn from that and make inferences across other errors in generations subsequent to her career in tennis? Like I said before. This is not a comprehensive biography. Some of YOU LISTENING ARE MONICA. Seles experts and could probably school us. Some of you may know very little about her career. This episode will kind of give you the highlights. Some interesting stories but in a broader sense. A we're interested in the evolution of sports media in the way players were talked about then versus now. I'm particularly interested in PC culture and sort of this era of quote unquote. Whoa KNESS and how how we talk about players now differently especially now that social media is so dominant in tennis and in all sports. It's important for me to remember. You know this is a critique of how Monica Seles was created in the public eye. And what we are doing on this podcast is also contributing to the discourse. I WANNA be careful to not arrive. At in essence of Monica Seles like trying to fully understand who she is. Because we don't know her. People are unknowable. People are full of contradictions. And that's what I want to keep in mind through this whole process. What we're looking at is how how Monica Seles as a figure was constructed through these different eras rather than who she really is and looking back at these specific moments in time and the way she was covered to get an idea. A better idea of what it was like to be her at those specific times. Rather than letting you know who she was right. Why would you WanNa do this episode? This was your idea and I I have really become very excited about it but at first. I was struggling to find like where. Where's the episode? So what brought you to it? I'm just a genius James. What can I say? I'VE BEEN FASCINATED BY MONICA. Seles for as long as I've been interested in tennis as those of you who listen to the show may no I? I started watching tennis in one thousand nine hundred four and that was during Monica's absence so for the first year and a half of my tennis. Fandom Monaco is kind of an abstract figure for me somebody that I had to learn about and take clues here and there to try and figure out who she was and then when she came back in effect she wasn't who she was before so. I never really got the full sense of what that Monica was. I still loved watching Monica play and I phoned the rest of her career. Infinitely fascinating. But this was a way for me to go back and fill in the blanks a lot for me and my own personal tennis history and based in our personal interests in how we talk about tennis on the show it felt like a a seamless fit to go this route in terms of situating her career through media narratives and then being able to extrapolate outwards right. Okay so we have given you the abstract and now we should get into the meat of the episode. The meat of the episode being these four distinct eras right right starting with Monica as a what would she been then a thirteen year old a fourteen year old in one thousand nine hundred eight at this point a burgeoning prodigy on the W T tour. She was training at the Nick Bollettieri Academy and she was just a year away from really making a huge mark in tennis. As she was born in Novi Sad Yugoslavia which is now part of Serbia. Her family is Hungarian. They are native Hungarian speakers and Monica was. I noticed because she was winning European tournaments. She won the under Twelve Orange Bowl. And that's when she first caught the eye of nick voluntary so he offered to give her kind of a trial period at the academy. She goes to Florida. She decides to stay with her brother. Zoltan also a top junior player for quite a while after a while her parents come and join her and it becomes clear that Monica is a special pupil of Nick Bollettieri. She's hitting with Andre Agassi. Jim Courier David Wheaton. Who AT THE TIME? Are these clearly future stars. Jim and Andrea obviously fulfilled that. Promise like crazy. She's training at the academy but she's not playing matches. People don't really know who she is. She finally still as an amateur makes her first foray onto the W T tour in one thousand nine hundred eight in her first tournament. She wins her first match in Boca. Raton gets Chris Evert in the second round and loses. And you know folks are like. Oh this is who is. She's got great talent. This is this is definitely somebody to watch little. Did they know that in less than a year she would be making the semi finals of Roland? Garros and then finishing nineteen eighty-nine as the world number six player as a fifteen year old when she first came around a lot of the coverage is about her unorthodox game you know two hands on both sides her grunts which were called Gauche at journalists and commentators took every opportunity to make a creative jabs at the grunts. It seems quaint now because of watching her matches it. Sounds like okay? That's just like a regular grunt? It's unique to her. Obviously you know her without seeing her. At the time it was considered a a little wild. But also at the time you had a not dissimilar to what we've seen in or time covering tennis this what can only be described as sexist double standard whereby Jimmy Connors and under Agassi. Were out here grunting. Up a storm would they weren't getting nearly the press inc as a fifteen year old. Monica Seles was with respect to the sprinting right. And we've seen that in recent years as well. The likes of Nadal has one of the most pronounced grunts that you can imagine antennas as do any number of other men. But we only hear about it because folks dwell and harp on the alleged high-pitched nature of women's grunting. There are a few threads in the early coverage of Sella's there's the the grunts the sort of eccentric nature of her and her family and her game which goes along with the sort of almost mysterious eastern nece about them because they were still behind the Iron Curtain. At that time nobody really understood Yugoslavia and the ethnic and civil tensions going on there and at the same time. There was marveling at what she could do. WanNa tennis court. There was a definite ordering of Monica Seles in the early parts of her. Our the the Celis family was seen as such a curiosity. You have her father. Who's a cartoonist? Who was a triple jumper? Her mother is a computer programmer. Her brother travels with her. The Dog Astro. You always hear about Astro. Who's named after the jetsons? This whole they were really kind of a low-key family but they were covered as if they are this travelling circus. This entourage. That American Western media doesn't really know what to do with or talk about. There's a definite similarities between cells his father and Richard Williams. Yes because it's almost as if tennis media knows what to do with the abusive father who is absolutely no good for their child's career ride. That's been covered. They know what to do with that. But when you have a tennis parent who is not playing the game as you want them to play but still maintaining the best interest of their pupil and child that becomes weird. People don't know what to do with the at Richard is much more of a self promoter. I think or a promoter of his girls than Cohen was but they both seem to love and have the best interests of their children at heart. Richard was a lot more flamboyant. You hear the same story is repeated of course setting up nets in parking lot because there were so few tennis courts in Novi Saad and the private courts were extremely expensive and couldn't get court time even after. She showed her incredible gifts as a player. The Tom and Jerry illustrations on tennis balls which is seen as sort of cutesy but Monica points out that they missed the point that she was playing the cat who was attacking the mouse. And you're telling the stories of people know what it is okay. In order to maintain Monica's interest as a very young child playing tennis. Her father the cartoonist drool her favorite cartoon. Jerry the mouse on the tennis balls and told Monica that you are Tom. You need to go and get all of the. Jerry's essential right so it's cute but this is also a young girl who lined up her dolls on the court so she could whack them with tennis balls. There is a ferocity about Monica Seles from a young age that you can see throughout her career and the way that her game is built. The the game is so aggressive. Well this goes back to how folks didn't know what to make of her. You have this meek child right. She's a child when she burst onto the stage she's a child when she's the dominant world number one as well..
"seles" Discussed on WDRC
"In an airstrike kindly Seles Sarah the Pentagon says the drone strike took place near the Baghdad airport Major General stole money was in charge of Iran's cuts force and the Pentagon confirms that he was killed at the direction of president trump after the airstrike hit his convoy near Baghdad International Airport so the money join the armed forces in Iran in nineteen seventy nine the year of the Iranian revolution he played a major role in arming Shiite militias in Iraq that eventually killed U. S. troops during the Iraq war also killed Abu ma Hadi all more Honda's he was the number two of a run back to the wishes known as the P. a map the PMS blaming the United States in total directs the TV reporting that seven people were killed fox's Davis fund in Washington the Pentagon says all the money was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats in service members in Iraq and throughout the region and said he was behind the scenes at the US embassy in Baghdad this week the airstrikes sending Brent crude futures up close to three dollars for the highest in September oil prices were also lifted by China's central bank saying it was cutting the amount of cash banks must hold in reserve the trump administration putting a partial ban of flavor to E. cigarettes into effect banning all flavors except menthol and tobacco trump and America's public health officials will not stand idly by as a new generation of Americans becomes addicted to tobacco products and that getting health Human Services secretary Alex ETS are is as makers of the cigarettes were supposed to apply for authorization to bring products to market but never did and it was never enforced by federal agencies in Australia navy ships have move hundreds of people off beaches and tens of thousands more were told to leave or a hot weather and strong winds in the forecast worsen the already devastating.
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Darina Allens food philosophy
"We start today spoke with Irish chef author and broadcaster Darin Allen who has for over three decades being tempting curious food folk would be shifts from around the world to East Cork. That's where she runs the world famous. Bali mellow cookery school. After twenty or so cookbooks and countless Seles. TV shows Allen has become the face and the voice of a coronary revolution in Ireland. And now she has released yet another cookbook call to one. report feeds or Marcus. Joyce finished meant during Allen to talk about the book but before that they discussed dreariness food philosophy and into why rice cooking and farming practices. Really do matter. Not Enough has changed in that direction because really the message not even subliminal message nowadays is is that the skills that are really important are the academic skills and that the practical skills are of much less importance and this is a big mistake. My goodness sweep Latin now. Two generations at least out of our houses and our schools without equipping them with the basic life skills to feed themselves properly or feeding right into the hands of the multinational food companies. We've handed over complete control over the most important thing in our lives really are food to the supermarkets and it's not their responsibility. Our health is not their responsibility so basically I feel really failing in our duty of care to our children and the next generation by not equipping helping them with the basic practical skills to make a little meal for themselves own. I could really do was actually scrambled eggs or whatever you know With a basic skill. I've had a really interesting life. I now have what I absolutely love. It's actually a privilege to be able to pass on cooking. King skills to the next generation could be teaching algebra geometry or something and of course it's hugely important but you can't flip and Matt's Book and the Look on somebody's face when you teach them how to make a loaf of bread or a super it actually touches their lives at something they're going to use every day so I feel fortunate that I've found something that I totally love doing and feel like jumping out of bed still every day at seventy one years of age. Don't jump on quite desert fossil. Awesome US two years ago but still if we flash forward I mean people wouldn't have to look far to see the success. All of the amazing graduates have come through the school. All of the things that you've you've taught them not to mention as you said your TV shows your books sold in the hundreds of thousands of copies. But I had the good fortune two years ago. I believe to come to Bali demanded to a story for Monocle magazine. And you told me something curious. I'd like to ask you about the first recipe. Teach students is a recipe for soil. And in your clothes. It's actually the recipe. I give them as how to make compost scams where you're very very close. So basically the school operates a whole year round but we do three-month dream on certificate courses on the first day. The first one the first thing I do is I introduce them to the gardeners in the far manager. And maybe I'll have a bunch of carrots or something and I say to them. Look at these lovely carrots. It took I lean three months to grow these carrots three months and don't you dare boilers them. And you get them into the kitchen and then we go out into the fruit garden and Eileen will have a wheelbarrow full of soil there. Actually its humus in fact and they stand around me and a big semicircle in a wondering doing what's coming down the line the feeling a little awkward and I just run my hands to the soil and I say to them remember. This is where it all starts in the good earth in the soil and and looking at me and thinking. Oh my God do myself say. They've visited brochure. thinking some aged hippie on a mission or something but I have to shock them out of thinking that food is just something that comes wrapped in plastic offer supermarket shelf. I need them to think about how it's produced where it comes. I think about the feed for the animals. The breed the the variety such a such a toll. The better if I can find futile worms in this wheelbarrow full of soil. But then it's even more interesting for me. I think because wash is in that wheelbarrow has come from the compost heap and it's now at the final stages of compost which is called Humus when life comes back into it and actually has been made from the scraps from the morning's cooking that have gone onto the compost. It's broken down and in life has come back into it and that is what we feed the soil with. I mean if I come back another time I want to be a soil scientist. 'cause the so much going on because our health everything comes in the soil bill but then one of the many wonderful quote some lady eve how far and say to them remember the health of the soil. The health of the plant health at the animal and the health of the human are all one and indivisible so we're totally dependent on that four or five inches of soil around the world for our very existence. Farmers are really worried about the diminishing fragility of the soil. Because we've racked the soil by very intensive monoculture over the years and we can't go on with businesses usual. We simply have to go back and I mean as a farmer I feel a strong responsibility that whatever I grow you and we have we sell a little of our excess produce Mardell farm shop on the farm farmers markets and. I just feel strong responsibility that I can look somebody straight in the. I know that that food is going to nourish them rather than make them ill. which is what's happening with lots of food nowadays and during the you've been proved right over time I mean these are opinions slowly working their way into the mass media their opinions that people are slowly beginning to agree with? You have held this idea for a long time. How hard is it meant to convince people to even get to this point into the debate where people countenanced the health of the soil? There's a lot of chat about the fertility of the soil. Now because I think people really beginning and not just beginning but realized the connection connection between fertile soil and good health also. There's been enormous amount of work done on the link between the health of our gut bio and both are mental and physical health. And that's when you think of it. It's like so obvious at the school where very lucky we have a little dairy herds so we also have role milk for people if they want to drinker but we notice this is sort of anecdotal. Because I've watched this over thirty years the difference in people's energy level and they're scared and so on when they're with us for three months but now this is all scientifically proven and also the other interesting thing that's happening actually is for the last five six seven courses this is. We've had at least one doctor. Sometimes to an on this course of the moment we have three doctors on the twelve week certificate cooking course these doctors who come they all come for the same reason they tell me that basically they feel because medical training. There's no training in nutrition even still although a lot of the young doctors. There's a now demanding that they're given the proper information so they can answer their patients queries properly and so many of the patients presenting hunting with conditions. That can be at least hot. An often cured by a change of Diet for one of the problems is. Where'd you get this nutrient dense food? I mean a lot. The people don't have time to buy directly from farmers but there are other ways of excel tarnish of routes to market retell routes to market developing over here. You have formed drop and we we have neighbor food and onto you can buy on nine. And then the farmers get eighty percent of the price which is fantastic has so many farmers not being paid enough any longer to produce nourishing wholesome food which is a real problem. And that's as opposed to us was between twenty five and thirty percent of the retail price. If it's going through a supermarket so that's important portent and also I'm encouraging people to try to grow something themselves again and as you mentioned you're concerned about the quality of food that people have access has to and maybe also sometimes I guess the quality of food that people were reached for when they could reach for something else which are believed to be some of the inspiration behind rather fetching new book work in front of me number. Nineteen number nine teams needs another during having good but I I think this one says one feeds all one hundred it new recipes. Tell us about the inspiration for after you've done. Eighteen books hackles up. The ALITA writes her. Another one. Why it took me to write this book? Actually because it's been bubbling away in my subconscious for years. Because we've been I suppose is about five or six years. Now we've been doing a course called one wonders it's a bit of a cheesy name for recourse but it's almost full and of course one can see year after year that everybody's becoming more and more frenetically busy and sort of for an fact have dedicated this book to all the heroic young couples who are trying to keep all the balls in the air and that's for many people. The reality now is so dashing home from work in the UK. Okay here in Ireland to terrible traffic off the time dashing into the supermarkets picking up the kids in the crash trying to get a few ingredients and then coming home exhausted and and really wanting to be able to cook a big part of something or make something that you know will nourish the family and we'll be delicious and wholesome and good and comforting after that long day and it's just time it's almost impossible to keep all the balls in the air and so. I hope that this book will provide a little bit of the solution for so many of the busy people to the title says Israeli. Because it's one part feeds also one pass one low sinton baking tray or one trae Bake I. I hate that word trade bait but there's so many good things loved it desserts. You can do it as well so this book was written for that reason and it's getting a fantastic response. Actually I think it's really touching a nerve with a lot of people in so many people say that's exactly what I wanted. It's exactly what I've been waiting for so I. I'm quite proud of it in many ways because I kept putting the recipes and saying I think left without an they'd love that they'd love letter left out and actually does apart from of course fishing means on there's also lots of vegetarian -tarian dishes and lots of accidentally Vegan things to and during last question for you but number nineteen thirty six years of running the cookery school. What was the one talk tip that you've learned over that time? It can be a technique for boiling an egg could be owning a mandolin. Was the one bit of advice I can ask you. That you think is made life a little bit easier in otherwise hectic schedule. Oh my goodness I think. Sit Down after your days work. Sit Down and enjoy. Enjoy something at the kitchen table. Whether it's just a simple boiled egg little scrambled eggs or nomination it loss of wine but sit down and enjoy us and let the cares on the worries of the days. Slip away as you enjoy a little special moment at the kitchen table during their and her new book one pot feeds all all is out now
Trump impeachment looms as U.S. House committee approves charges
"Coleman the house Judiciary Committee has released a report detailing the charges against president trump ahead of a house floor impeachment vote and peers cloudy chrysalis tells us the six hundred fifty eight page report outlines evidence uncovered in the pro the report delves into underlying evidence for the charges of abuse of power an obstruction of Congress the panel said the report provides evidentiary legal basis for charging the president with two articles of impeachment under high crimes and misdemeanors the report also notes the bribery occurs when the president solicits something of personal value through the power of the office taken together the panel said it found the president places personal and political interests above US national security the report goes on to say the president should be impeached and removed from office the full house could vote on the articles on Wednesday cloudy Seles NPR news
U.S. House approves Space Force, family leave in $738 billion defense bill
"The defense policy bill has received overwhelming approval in the house and Pierce Claudia chrysalis reports that the legislation includes some major policy initiatives for service members as well as civilians Republicans got space force while Democrats got a new twelve week parental leave policy for federal workers the national defense authorization act also includes directives to boost military readiness improve military housing and a three point one percent pay raise for service members the seven hundred and thirty eight billion dollar measure also continues military aid to Ukraine which game public scrutiny with the impeachment inquiry the measure was approved by a bipartisan vote of three hundred and seventy seven two forty eight it now heads to the Senate floor for a vote next week and if approved is expected to gain the president's signature accordingly Seles NPR news
Italy's wine industry is being tested by the effects of climate change
"Percent wind could become a victim of climate change CBS's tone is in Italy climate change is threatening centuries of Italian tradition in this region famed for per secco and hello Thomas Seles is extreme weather imposing new challenges it is vineyard to new to Tomasello climate changes the problem when it so just ready holds when it's raining it during that many
Prosecco vineyards threatened by climate change
"Reports climate change is threatening centuries of Italian tradition in this region fame for per secco and hello Thomas Seles is extreme weather imposing new challenges it is vineyard to new to Tomasello climate change is a problem twenty soldiers ready holds when it's raining during that many matches that is a percent go he explained should have low alcohol and higher seeding but high temperatures earlier writing produce opposite
Judiciary Committee to hold first impeachment hearing next week
"The house Judiciary Committee has scheduled its first hearing in the formal impeachment inquiry for next week and peers gliding resellers reports the president has until Sunday let the panel know if he will participate judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler says the panel will cover serious allegations of impeachable misconduct against president trump the hearing Wednesday will feature legal experts and cover the history of impeachment the house intelligence committee meanwhile is working on its report summarizing evidence and testimony that truck used military aid as a bargaining chip to extract a political favor from Ukraine NPR's Claudia the Seles
Hong Kong elections: Carrie Lam vows to ‘seriously reflect’ after crushing defeat in polls
"Hong Kong leader Carrie lam said today she would seriously reflect on the stunning landslide victory by pro democracy candidates in the city's local election the rebel soldiers were a clear rebuke of hell lamb has handled sometimes violent protests in the semi autonomous Chinese territory pro democracy candidates sweat nearly ninety percent of the four hundred fifty two district council seats it will help them take unprecedented control of seventeen out of eighteen district councils authorities barred pro democracy activists Joshua Wong from running in the elections but he said the results send a clear message remarkable achievement in the district council election is the asphalt all home calmness especially will terrace protest her all hot lying frontline there's a trade a price spend the time or even sacrifice in the protest movement winners included many youth activists and the candidate who replaced Huang protest rally organizer Jimmy Shand who was beaten by a hammer wielding assailants last month also triumphed as did a pro democracy lawmaker who had part of his ear bitten off by an assailant really lamb a political expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong called the results nothing short of a revolution he said the election is a sound repudiation of the Carrie lam administration and shows the so called silent majority in Hong Kong are behind the demands of the protesters for its part China showed no signs it might soften its stance toward Hong Kong the Chinese foreign minister told reporters during a visit to Tokyo that Hong Kong will always be part of China no matter the election outcome a foreign ministry spokesman avoided the question when asked for a reaction to the election results his remarks appeared on al Jizerou football to ending violence and restoring order is the priority for home home home home is a passive China and Hong Kong to fees acutely China's internal Ephesians a record seventy one percent of Hong Kong's registered voters cast ballots well exceeding the forty seven percent turnout in the same poll four years ago celebrations broke out outside polling stations overnight when the results were announced at lunchtime today dozens of supporters held a victory rally in a business district one woman pop the champagne bottle and pour drinks for everyone around a group of supporters of Hong Kong's pro democracy activists protest in front of the Chinese consulate in San Francisco the demonstrators have been protesting in Hong Kong since last June against an extradition bill as a Sega violates human rights and for the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie lam among other demands the US Congress passed a bipartisan stand with Hong Kong resolution condemning police brutality against demonstrators and supporting calls for democracy but it's unclear whether president trump will sign the measure he said that it may compromise a trade deal with China pacificus Saadia Malik files this report call home call a glory to Hong Kong is the official protest song demonstrators and semi autonomous city but is also widely regarded as the unofficial national anthem replacing the official Chinese one at a gathering in front of the same Cisco Chinese consulate in solidarity with protesters overseas math using an international student said that although he is from mainland China his most proud of Hong Kong date rape her that the bass all of us the river that the best version of us they fight for their what they deserve what the lord gave us a call give out which I sorry I'm I'm I'm a Christian yeah so the five all their rights growing up in Hong Kong Seles tongue a daily cities have the quality of life there has declined since chief executive Carrie lam came into power tung said she's concerned for the safety of her family and friends Hong Kong has been like a really really great I was twenty years old and has been like that and then they come a really really and civilized cities I'm worried about my family and friends and then going out and then every day I'm just adding tags to them and say Hey I you guys save like when have greetings become desolate like it should be talking to your friends like Hey how you doing like is the right way to the top the offense right but it is not for Hong Kong people it's just like Hey are you say a bipartisan congressional resolution supports the pro democracy movement in Hong Kong the trump has suggested he may veto a due to a pending trade deal with China the vast influence of the Chinese market also caused controversy within the NBA when the Houston Rockets general manager first tweeted support for Hong Kong protestors then apologized after China censored the broadcast of NBA games East Bay resident Travis fan says business interests should stay out of the issue but the US government should intervene you know you you try your trust all weather all you like testamentary in China is in all of your business your of your business is to make money for your state stakeholders money is the only perverse soul it's a matter of the law sold the government should do something that Congress and the administration does something to make it into law in a victory for pro democracy backers the recent election of district representatives in Hong Kong had an unprecedented turn out shifting power away from pro Beijing representatives the representatives make policy on local issues such as collecting garbage and transportation but Hong Kong pro democracy advocates say it is a step toward making greater gains for its people chief executive lamb says she respects the election results Saudia Malick pacifica radio AP at the San
Court Rules Government Can’t Search Your Phone At the Airport For No Reason
"Airport security officers who were searching the phones tablets and computers of international passengers and suffered a set back in court they're no longer allowed to do that without a warrant the court ruling that the searches of the phones and laptops of international travelers at airports and other U. S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment the suit was filed by the ACLU on behalf of eleven travelers who smart phones and laptops were searched the ACLU call the searches fishing expeditions and say border officers must now show suspicion of contraband before they can search a device the government has said the searches were necessary as a tool to protect America least Seles Sarah box
Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry of Trump
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the US house is elevating its impeachment inquiry of president trump and peers Claudia Salis has more on policies and Nelson Tuesday speaker Pelosi has long urged patience on the part of Democrats eager to impeach president trump then came word he may have pressured the Ukrainian president to investigate twenty twenty presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son therefore today I am announcing the house of representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry hello she said she's directing six house committees involved in the impeachment probe to work together Democrats say the move signals are caucuses increasingly on the same page in its investigation elevates the priority of their probe hello she said the president must be held accountable and no one is above the law cloudy Seles NPR news the capitol president trump is calling the inquiry of witch hunt
"seles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Finally Seles Sarah and the response we cool front off to our north west keeping a couple stray showers mainly west to the state line across West Virginia tonight our low down to sixty seven degrees right chances are not zero for the weekend will be in and out of the clouds and maybe a stray shower but they're too low to really plan around so go ahead in with confidence schedule that barbecue the weather up patterns your look good through Labor Day weekend for the most part an isolated shower most with high temps in the mid to upper I'm meteorologist Scott worry more from the weather channel for top forty six eighty W. C. B. the W. C. B. M. studios are sponsored by safe retirement solutions in Annapolis in Towson for ten to six six eleven twenty or visit safe retirement solutions dot com lawyer musician and radio host that's me Tom Moore for sensible dialogue on the hottest issues those that matter most to you join us for the Tom warship ten PM every Saturday right here on talk radio six eighty WCBS the following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time broadcasting from the underground in the files of a hidden under the broken steel of a nondescript building we once again made contact with our leader hello everybody catch me eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one with just pulling mark Levin here.
Milo Ventimiglia talks his new film 'The Art of Racing in the Rain'
"This. This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie out right now that it's gonna make you can make you cry. It's going to make you laugh and it's called the art of racing in the rain. I mean it starts my guest milo ventimiglia welcome to the show happy to be here. Thank you and what you've done. Montmelo is broken. All the rules that actors are always told never to you. Don't work with animals with kids here you are and there i am happily and you just said i don't care what you say. You know. This is what made you are. You just yourself a major dog on <hes>. I mean for me. This wasn't a role that i was afraid of. It felt like something that i slash we as an audience needed. It's a human story. It's a story about a good father story about a good husband sure about a lovely family that is teaching their dog enzo the life lessons in needs to imprint it so that when he becomes a human in his next life. He'll be ready to be a good person he does want to be. He doesn't want so badly so badly what he wants wants curses himself for being dog and moments when his instinct is giving him insight to what this family is going through but he can't speak it. He can't say he just sit back and let things happen. So you have a dog yourself. No no no even like them. Love dogs okay. You said that i think we'd have to end the bucket out. The door wouldn't even give you the pop. That's maybe one of my way. Also this dog ends named after into dr a sound suspiciously like kevin costner very much so i won't even say might be kevin costner. He was here a couple weeks ago. I'm still hearing would what a what a lovely lovely coast or that. I never got to work with so you're not hearing on the set while you're doing this. What we're hearing in the audience know much like you. You know one is hearing with the dogs actually thinking there's no talking dogs in this. It's it's all the inner monologue of this dog as he's talking to himself telling the story story to himself of this family of this man but yeah no. I didn't hear anything i kind of our script supervisor and our our director simon curtis they would talk amongst themselves they would she would read <hes> enso's dialogue and simon. I'm kind of pause me and okay now. Hold on please and then i'll just be interacting with the dog you know and then he'd say okay and action and then i resume my lines or dialogue log on to where we needed to anything so i wasn't actually here in any kind of voice. Your thoughts are what what are the perils and the joys of working with a dog as the scene partner. You have to basic. I mean one. They're gonna steal the scene from me because i mean they're hand sorry. They're beautiful. They're there there you know you've been called all those things but still yeah they do with their with their with their tongues out in the tail's wagging you haven't tried that one yet avenue but because their animals you know you have to respect that their animals and take time and be patient with what they need to learn what they need to do. Repetitive over and over and over again not distract them feel like people can be distracted but yet we can handle a lot on our plate at any given time animals it was task at hand walked them there to their pick up some popcorn or lay down whatever it is is hold the remote and its mouth so it was a discipline of patients to just make sure that myself trainers were communicating and that i was given the dogs but they needed an intern. Instinctually they gave me what i needed which was a scene partner and that that was what was so special about our two dogs about parker and butler was what they were doing. Instinctually who they were was remarkable but i would also i would talk to the dogs like people like just you know not really full voiced that uncertain moments i'd have to crouch down and whispering to parker's ear hotel what was would say hey. We're gonna do this scene. I'm going to be a little stress but i love you. Kid don't worry we're fine. Don't tell me don't let yourself yourself. Get agitated. Just just stick with me at the end of it. I got a nice chicken. Treat for you yeah well. What made you not a dog owner sanjay. I want to do this movie. It was beautiful human story. You know what i saw. Again was a good man. <hes> living a life that was in many points of it difficult challenges obstacles real life stuff that was just constantly constantly hanging on him and i saw his heart and his determination to get through all that and do it for those that he loved. I loved. I loved the message behind that caring for the people that you really love and that fills you up well who can argue with that it also who oh can't relate to that. That's the thing that i also loved about. This felt like an extension of my t._v. Show this is us felt like something that everybody can draw raw from. Everybody can connect danny. Everybody can connect to eve everyone can connect to to <hes> enso's point of view. It just felt very relative. Tive who had you played that we can connected to who was the rat bastard in your career played a couple aw played one <hes> in a movie called wildcard. Jason statham the son of a mob boss who got away with the worst behavior. <hes> <hes> played <hes> the villain at the end of the second season of gotham t._v. Show he was a <hes>. He was a killer <hes> and play some pretty dark guys. Is that enjoyable to you too. I think everyone that i play short of that. That movie wildcard enjoyed that guy. I just really didn't like i didn't like putting on the character just didn't like any of it but for me it's they're all different sizes of humanity and i always feel like there's something to learn and and something to display people whether you're inspired to be good or showcasing that we really can't be this inhumane well sometimes by showing showing that in humanity you're you're also revealing something about sure us in the audience about what we don't wanna be exactly which is a good thing to it's one of the great things about being an actor does is that you can have that yeah and speaking about good at what you do. Congratulations third emmy nominations to the <hes>. This is us and season four coming in yeah. I'm already two episodes in just tell us what happened in the first to the next sixteen all of them yeah oh man should know so. Can you actually tell us how thing no i mean. I could say it's going to be great. I know really right in line with everything that this is us has done from seasons one to two to three the formula hasn't changed <hes> <hes> the pearson family feels like we're getting even deeper and deeper and deeper into who this family is who these people are as individuals in it you you know <hes> it's really just it's a joy to work on. I've had i've had a really amazing couple years going from that. Show this film and yeah. I'm <hes> i'm really lucky. It's fascinating to me because i remember also seeing you in rocky balboa woah yeah we're still alone is your father and that he has those speeches where he's basically you. You know talking about fatherhood what it is doing but then win season to this is oh yes like came. Flight comes on doing a scene with kevin yeah in a movie that he's doing talking about you. Who's gon who's his sons but also his his is his <hes>. He was his <hes> his hero. Yeah i mean i what i have had the first conversation with sly about joining the show and i pretty much told must i explained his part of it. You know inspiring a younger actor and his how he was my character. Jack's biggest onscreen hero and i basically told him i said all of that couldn't be closer to the truth as a younger actor i note it was like to be on set with you and dan to to just watch listen and learn what he was up to and what he was able to accomplish and i applied that to my everyday working process as an actor but then also from the character's point of view like he was my onscreen here on mike well yes lie was my onscreen hero to you know so. I don't know maybe a lot of flattery got him but also i mean you know his involvement with our writers and writing collect like coming together to share his his voice and what he wanted to tell of being playing himself. I don't know that he's ever played himself in the show but it was yeah you got a good day. You had a good time. He told me he goes a really good day so really good data good data. Yeah well the the two of you have. There's some similarities. People people think that i'm actually his son. Yeah yeah sure just go yet to do it well. You always say that you have this crooked matt do so where does that come from. Just i was born that way. I don't know where it comes from or what what got broken on the way way out but <hes> but it's definitely crooked i used to i used to talk out of the side of my face like this audience and i really didn't realize it until i was thinking might have been a teenager and i saw a local news channel interview or something and i was really struck by how crooked my mouth was when i spoke and so i remember sitting down in front of a mirror and reading reading and trying to catch what words made my mouth very very crooked and in doing that i figured out how i could kind of level it out a a little bit and it gave me kind of lazy speech pattern so now people don't quite know where <hes> from because of my lazy speech pattern because i'm trying to correct my crooked mouth but i don't know it works it is it's all kind of working. I think so i mean but did did it. Intimidate you when you were starting out doing. I said you have like moments. Have how am i gonna do this audition. <hes> where people cruel as people in hollywood can be yeah i had a i was in a castle one time how to cash or say hey could you. You just stopped doing that thing. You're doing with your mouth because you're doing a thing with your mouth and i go. You know what i was born that way and i just stared at all. I'm sorry i'm like no you're not and then i did the thing and i didn't get the part but it was like that was me that was me. I feared playing a vampire because you know vampires when they play vampires like they open their mouth. The big thing was going to go to the side and i thought seles or if i was like you know now. I've some wearing a masters. There's like there's a dead giveaway.
House panel to authorize subpoenas for Trump aides
"A house panel says it will issue subpoenas for trump administration officials to testify on their immigration policies NPR's Claudia glee Seles reports the house Judiciary Committee also once officials to discuss allegations of obstruction of justice house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler said this panel will vote Thursday to issue subpoenas for current and former members of president Donald trump's administration now other city once officials such a son in law White House adviser Jared Kushner and former chief of staff John Kelly to testify on an immigration zero tolerance policy and family detentions the panel also seek testimony from former Attorney General Jeff sessions as well as David **** the former CEO of American media which publishes the national Enquirer the panel is also seeking information related to its probe on allegations that trump and his associates obstructed justice cloudy Silas NPR news
"seles" Discussed on Crooked Conversations
"Seles uh starred on one side so just like you said i if if we didn't have these institutions to provide loans i wouldn't have a car i wouldn't have a house at maybe i could afford a car but then we'd have to live in the car uh and and i wouldn't even have a company design la parking so expensive may not be able to improve as drew up and i certainly could never company because you need loans to start a company like we did with the young turks safe so now on the other end of the spectrum and we'll zero in on the the equilibrium that we have to hit another end of the spectrum um you need to put limits on leverage if you don't do that you will have out of control gambling and that's basically what happened in two thousand eight it was not the the housing market that was the problem that was the trigger wasn't a gun the gun was the derivatives the fact that they were gambling on the housing industry with out of control levered derivatives is what collapsed the economy so if you put derivatives and let them put endless leverage on any instrument it doesn't have to be housing at all it could be educational loans it could be a municipal loans it it doesn't really matter it just be creates and out of troll casino and then you add the element of hey by the way it's not your money you could take depositors money over the banks that you run and gamble with their money and then you add the element of don't worry you're likely to be bailed out by okay you have set up at a time bomb and that's a time bomb that we had earlier the obama administration through doddfrank defused some parts of the bomb but it's still taking a now the trump administration is trying to put the bond back together and yeah innocent tired yeah in any given though by doddfrank was weak t uh it was it did not get the job done that bonn would explode any way we need yet way tougher on the regulations so i've simply part of part of what happened in in two thousand an aide uh one could argue happened because at glasssteagall wasn't around anymore i because what you're talking about your toss it's right than the reason we were the reason we.
"seles" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"A result of that is just just to make it plain was going on there you the wh what you're saying is that often white people will plead guilty to an offence will therefore not go to prison will get a reduced sentence because of an early guilty plea often you'll saint people from ethnic minority backgrounds because they don't trust the system will were even with their own solicitors refused to say yes i did it and that has an impact on them staying in some whether trust the police office you then go to judy seles to the when you don't trust the advance the he or she gives you you plead not guilty and opt for a jury because you think it's fair than the individual judge in the magistrate's court and for all of those reasons you stay in the system longer on cost the system much but that's not the fault of the system isn't that's the full view what it is i mean in the in a sense saw joe justice system which in the end most the world would look to and say is is is extremely effective relies on those individual choices but what i am suggesting something deferred prosecution for that first and second time offender get on with dealing with the problem of drugs all poor educate russian intervene with anger management enough an an and the fend the management if you'd like solve the problem and don't focus on the place so how california on the west midlands it's working a how inasmuch number one who makes the decision about who gets that deferred prosecution and who doesn't when it's made the point of charge at that early stage has the police well it's not as how she may by prosecutes a you've got the uh uh the dpp here but uh i'm against breitbart prostitutes is i think a deciding to intervene in a particular category of cases these all probably no prior convictions but first second time events is a not very sets a category of calls is not a category of offenders was illegal it wouldn't be aging benign whiten this is my eyes as important for whites offenders particularly a many of them will be young offenders because we're talking about first and second time offenses and for the victims it would say well we've decided now that where we used to have punishments meted out we're now going.
"seles" Discussed on WTVN
"The fair and for the seles center for coal swindale who's been around for a few years getting a big name for himself he's not quite a headliner yet by i mean he's he's getting there so i think the show if it if not all ready it's real close to being sold out so if you wanted to go see kohl's when del tonight i would probably go get tickets at kroger or chance it tonight at the box office at the ohio state fair but here's thank you get amac kroger and then you don't have to pay admission to get to the fair to gets the box office c it always trying to to save you money speaking of tried to save money kind of difficult to do that with the gas prices right i noticed this over the weekend i don't know how you are with i am convinced that would be a terrible analyst i can never figure out what unless there's like a tropical storm emily commader something i can never for the life of me figure out when gas prices spike when they're going to go up when they're going to lower again so most trend figured okay i don't think it's going to go any lower all right we'll go get gas why didn't over the weekend and then what shoot up like thirty cents or something i mean just insane gas prices continue the spike nationally though to not just in columbus and central ohio oil prices rise zhang did to sell with those numbers after the energy department showing the prices are up up four more sense of the past week after rising the week before two i 235 a gallon i think uh down the road at the bp grand view and devlin road it was like two twenty nine to thirty something like that but the price regular unleaded shot up ten cents a gallon in florida in the past week ten cents in chicago so it's pretty much the uh the.