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Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on Del Walmsley

Del Walmsley

00:36 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on Del Walmsley

"This concerning the state leaders and the medical community as the drop in people getting tested could make it tough to get a grasp on where the state truly stands and its fight against the virus analysis continues of a new video showing the death of George Floyd. It was body cam footage from to Tower, one of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of Floyd. Cow held back. The crowd is officer Derek Shaban pressed his knee against Floyd's neck for nearly eight minutes. On May 25th The crowd grows agitated in town's video, pleading for police to give medical aid to Floyd When a woman who identifies herself as a Minneapolis firefighter arrives, Tell yells at her back off! Sheldon is charged with second degree murder Talyn. The other three officers also face charges. I'm Jeff McKay, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has field the defense cooperation packed in Poland. Pompeo in Warsaw, at the end of a four nation tour of Central and Eastern Europe, signed the deal with the Polish defense minister that sets out the legal framework for the additional troops. The deal would also further other aspects of US Polish cooperation, primarily investment and trade ties, according to Polish officials. Some 4500 U. S. Troops are currently based in Poland, but about 1000 more are to be added last month, in line with President Trump's demand to reduce troop numbers in Germany, the Pentagon announced the 12,000 troops would be withdrawn from Germany with about 5600 moving to other countries in Europe, including Poland. Majerus Washington.

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Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:32 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on Casefile True Crime

"And He's close Knit Hindu family were of Indian heritage and had immigrated to the southern Swedish town of Mariestad before she was born. Although any had moved away. She returned to her family home muffin maintaining a close relationship with her father mother older sister and younger brother. In two, thousand nine and his aunt who was the families expert match Banca introduced her to a young man named Shrayan Johnny. Twenty nine year old sheldon was two years older than any, and it was from the English city of bursts though. Like any, Hey, had Hindu parents and was one of three children with an older brother and a younger sister. Shrayan, had an economics degree from Manchester University and worked for his family successful business running nursing himes throughout England's Westcountry. Although any industry and lived in different countries, they soon struck up a long distance friendship. During a visit to London any went on her first date with when They attended a West end performance of lying king before having dinner at upmarket. Fusion restaurant. Couple had a wonderful time with trae in particularly locking the way. Any made him laugh. Despite the long distance, their relationship blossomed In February two, thousand ten, and he decided to relocate to the United Kingdom a move that would help develop a connection with train. Have Bothe- Vinod and mother Milan gave her their blessing. And he quit her job at Ericsson and on March one she moved in with her cousin in Luton. Town about fifty kilometers north west of London. Shortly after the move any cold her parents to announce that things were going well with her and train and that she had been welcomed by his family. Several. Weeks Light Up v Gnawed into nealon traveled to the UK to make trains parents. That was a whirlwind visit that included often tae a tour of Bristol and Dana at an Indian restaurant. By the end of the evening, everyone agreed that the meeting had gone well. On June Tan Sri until Gani to Paris on a private jet. After giving any a design address and Christian Dior. Shoes Shrayan took her out for dinner at the Ritz Hotel. Instead of desert any was presented with a diamond engagement. Ring Worth Twenty Five. Thousand Pounds. The couple begin planning their wedding. Day initially wanted to get married into by, but after an impromptu visit to India they fell in love with Mumbai and decided to have the wedding there instead. Anne in Sri in planned to have old traditional Hindu ceremonies. But because they wouldn't be legally binding, they would make the marriage official at a UK registry office after their honeymoon. On Thursday October Twenty Eight, two, thousand, ten, the wedding festivities began at Mambas Rene Songs Hotel. Lavish celebrations lasted for three days costing the Hinduja and Diani families around two hundred, thousand pounds altogether. The wedding concluded on Saturday October thirty with a reception held by the Wani's. Photos captured the newlyweds beaming with any dressed in a blue and green. Sorry and in wearing a silver outfit with a scarf that complimented he's broads. After the reception, the couple farewelled their loved ones with Anne, and her family weeping as they said day. Goodbyes. Train had intended for their honeymoon destination to bay a surprise. But before he could tell any that would going, he's not gonNA. Let it slip that he had booked a trip to South Africa..

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Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:41 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Michigan's top doctor, Dr Jonah Kale Dune says different counties in the state are seeing varying levels of success. In taking down covert 19 numbers. Detroit has a case rate of 26 cases per 1,000,000 people per day, with the positivity rate of 2.6%. However, Wayne Munroe and Oakland County's all have over 40 cases per 1,000,000 people per day and positivity rate over 4%. Macomb County has the highest numbers in the region. With a case right of 82 cases per 1,000,000 people per day, any positive the rate of 7.4%. Sheldon says. That's why it is important for businesses, schools and others to work with their local health departments. In New York. Plans are back on to beam Twin columns of light of Manhattan sky to represent the World Trade Centre during next month anniversary of the 9 11 terror attacks. 9 11 The National September Love Memorial Scuse Me in Museum canceled the light display over concerns about work crews during the Corona virus pandemic, So another group stepped in. It won't be exactly the same, but it will fill the void. The tunnel to Towers Foundation was set up this year's display almost identical location of where they are Every single foundation President Frank Siller calls the decision to pull the plug. Mind boggling. We started working on it immediately because we know was the right. Thanks. Though Charles will sweat Catherine was killed in the World Trade Center. He became emotional talking about the display. It is beautiful. There's something about it that you just can't Put into words that was W. CBS's Peter Haskell reporting. One candy maker is already thinking about Thanksgiving Ball is not even here yet, but bronze is already out with controversial plans for Thanksgiving dinner. The candy maker is infusing it's candy corn with the six flavors of the holiday feast from turkey and stuffing to cranberry sauce and sweet potato pie. For picky eaters. TURKEY DINNER candy corn is color coded for each dish. That was CBS MoneyWatch Is Diane King Hall. The Corona virus has claimed another event. Harper Woods has canceled its national night out program that promotes police and community partnerships, along.

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Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

00:33 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sheldon" discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

"These tapes Doug like I know it's been a while lake before Detroit, in Chicago had their runs like a both head for the forty to fifty year couples droughts. Is. With them, they don't have a player that I root for there is no player on that team that I'm like I wanNA see him succeed. Maybe that's where I differ because I I like a lot of lot. I like a lot of the players nineteen. But I've always really like watching GIONTA virus. Austin Matthews. I think is exciting Mitch Martin. I like watching those guys. So I'll give you that maybe I I enjoy watching them play. Well, I enjoy watching the play but I'm not rooting for like I grew up in Boston hating the Montreal Canadians. It's the best rivalry in in hockey as far as I'm concerned but. I think Kerry price is one of the best goaltenders in the NHL if not the best in some years and he deserves to win a Stanley Cup like I wanna see him win a Stanley. Cup. It's good for the game when good players win a Stanley Cup. So like when Joe Thorton is in the Cup final, I wanNA see him win I really really wanted to win i. wanted to see Jerome Again La win one really really bad. When's the last time the maple leafs at a player that you're like I just need to see when I'm standing up Mats Sundays at studied. Braga that's pretty much it right and he even left you can say He's not one of those guys from gaining Alfredsson was one of those guys. Is. He's not in that tier for me as good player. Great player but. I don't know they just don't have. The. Guy I also. Yeah I mean. I think Babcock probably through a mall for a loop now obviously Sheldon Keefe, he's fed day to though like this this was happening before the lease got good like people wanted to see leaves fail when they before all these guys came to it's not like it's just recent like, yeah. Now they have those stars they're all paid highly and I get that point but I feel like it was long before that social media wasn't a thing I was younger I feel like it was probably the same way when mets on Dean was leaving those teams that were good not great i. I don't know if there's one team in there right now like obviously the leaves aren't anymore but then like I don't WanNa see when it like. Really. Want. Dallas to win it I don't really.

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Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Sentenced To 6 And A Half Years In Prison

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Sentenced To 6 And A Half Years In Prison

"New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, former speaker of Manhattan, or he got out of a seven year prison sentence five years ago after a technicality led to AH judge overturning his bribery and extortion conviction. But he was tried and convicted again two years ago, And earlier today, a Manhattan federal court judge ignored the 76 year old Silver's letter asking that he be spared a prison term that would likely lead to him dying behind bars. And the judge sent its silver 6.5 years in prison instead of the original seven year

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Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Sentenced To 6 And A Half Years In Prison

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Sentenced To 6 And A Half Years In Prison

"Former New York assembly speakers. Sheldon Silver was re sentenced today to 6.5 years in prison in a $4 million bribery scheme. He's also been ordered to pay a $1,000,000 fine. 76 year old silver was convicted of bribery back in 2015 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He appealed and the verdict was overturned on a technicality. Silver was re tried and convicted again, although some of the count's were tossed out. His lawyers had asked for home confinement because of his age and the health risks associated with Cove in 19 But the judge determined a non jail sentence was simply quote not appropriate.

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Teen loses most of foot after device explodes inside Philadelphia home

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | Last month

Teen loses most of foot after device explodes inside Philadelphia home

"For the second time in a 24 hour period. A young person in Philadelphia was seriously hurt when a device blew up. What would he use? Tim Menas reports Last night a teen girl lost most of her foot. When an explosive went off. It was 8 30 a night on Blakemore Street between Sheldon Avenue and Wister Street in East German town, a 16 year old girl was in a house with a couple other teens. When all of a sudden it felt like like a big explosion, like a shock. That's Nazir talking to NBC 10. He's one of the neighbors who ran out when they heard this blast. Explosion came from the second floor of the house. The girl was in, police say most of her foot was blown off the explosion so fierce it even left a hole in the ceiling, Chief Inspector Scott Small says. Whatever this device was that exploded. You couldn't just buy it in the store. It is illegal to possess something that is that powerful. The girl was taken to the hospital for treatment the night before in Kensington and explosive went off in a 12 year old boy's hand. So these 2 may not have lost their lives. They certainly are now dealing with life changing injuries

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Transcript: Chauvin told Floyd it takes "a lot of oxygen" to talk

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | Last month

Transcript: Chauvin told Floyd it takes "a lot of oxygen" to talk

"53 Before his death, George Floyd told a former Minneapolis police officer that he couldn't breathe. More than 20 times newly released transcript from body cameras worn by other officers accused in his death reveal that there aren't show them the white officer who held his knee on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes. Told Floyd to stop talking and stop yelling, adding, quoting here. It takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk. Transcripts were made public is part of ex cop Thomas Lanes request to have his case dismissed lanes attorneys as his client trusted show Vin and that once Floyd was on the ground, the rookie officer twice asked if Lloyd should be rolled to his side, But Sheldon said no. Jovan is charged with second degree murder, laying into other former police officers are charged with aiding and abetting

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Attorney for former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death files motion to dismiss charges

Paul and Jordana

01:13 min | Last month

Attorney for former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death files motion to dismiss charges

"The attorney for one of the four former officers accused in the death of George floated. Floyd is trying to get the charges dismissed against him. Thomas Layne was only a few days on the job when he was involved in the May 25th incident. At 38th in Chicago. Lane has since been fired and is now charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and manslaughter. His attorney is Earl Grey, and he was asked today by WCC Chad Harman why those charges should be dropped. My client is innocent of the crimes charged he did not aid and abet Mr Shoven in committing 1/3 degree assault. Therefore, he wouldn't be guilty of the murder in the second degree, and he did not aid and abet Officer Shoven in culpable negligence, which is the manslaughter charge. So, basically, he's charged in the complaint with aiding and abetting Sheldon. In those two crimes. We don't agree that a crime was committed in the first place. I think once facts come out all of the facts, The public will learn more about what shoving did. But I'm not here to defend, Shove and I'm defending Officer Lane and Officer Lane. Did not eat in a bit of shoving in committing any

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Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer

Fresh Air

04:34 min | Last month

Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer

"This is fresh air when Carl Reiner sitcom pilot starring him, his TV writer Rob Petrie was rejected by CBS producer Sheldon Leonard rescued it by persuading Reiner to replace the entire cast, including Reiner himself. The result. The Dick Van Dyke show was a major TV hit and made a star of its then unknown leading lady Mary Tyler Moore. Terry Gross spoke with her about the show and her TV character in 1995. What were you told about the character of Laura? Just that she was going to be a wife, a television wife, and that really had its classical parameters and dimensions that they were established. And they hardly ever varied except A Sze to whether or not the wife was the star of the show. In which case she was the funny one. Or if she were the straight man for the male star, and she was then totally supportive, but all these wives We're kind of obedient and you know, a representative of the vows to love, honor and obey. They hardly varied from that, and With with Carl Reiners character the way she was written, Laura actually had opinions of her own. While she was asserting herself. She also didn't make Dick Van Dyke look like a dummy. It was ah, a matter of two people. I mean, society's expectations of that point still said, Hey, wait a minute, lady. You only go so far here, but I think we broke new ground. And and that was helped by my insistence on wearing Pants. You know, jeans and and capri pants at the time because I said, I've I've seen all the other actresses, and they're always running the vacuum in these little flowered frocks with high heels on And I don't do that. And I don't know any of my friends to do that. So why don't we try to make this real and I'll dress on the show the way I do in real life, But it wasn't that easy. The sponsors were afraid you brazen right? They pointed specifically to if they used the term cupping under And I can only assume that that meant my you know my my seat that there was a little too much definition. And so they allowed me to continue to wear them in one episode. One scene per episode. And only after we check to make sure that there was a little cupping under as possible could coming under referring to the fit of your pants, the fit of the pants on my behind, right? But within a few weeks we were we were sneaking them into a few other scenes in every episode, and they were definitely cutting under and everyone thought it was great. The funny thing is, you know. Women liked me. They were not envious of the fact that their husbands had a crush on me. It was okay with them. They they were the first to know when I would meet people. They'd say My husband loves you so much. And he thinks you're so sexy. And this was it was not thing because they were also able to identify with me as a friend as a girlfriend. There was no resentment, no fear. Yeah, well, I think that that speaks so well for the character and your your portrayal of her. Did you do a lot of rehearsing with Dick Van Dyke? Or did you just have to do it? Minutes before the actual broken? The whole show was done in what they call multiple camera technique could still done today. But back then we were maybe the sixth or seventh show to use the technique. It began with Joan Davis, not Lucille Ball as everyone thinks John Davis did a show called I married Joan. What a girl! What a world What a life! Hey for you, and then Lucy and several other shows followed. But in that show it's a little like doing theater that's captured on film. You rehearsed for five days and then Ah, On the evening of the fifth day, the audience comes in and the camera's having blocked their moves in yours lined up with them. You film it from top to bottom in continuity. So during those five days, it was at least the 1st 3 days. It was very much a matter of rehearse. And contribute and attempt things and not be afraid to fail to make a fool of yourself. Just pick yourself up. And if it didn't happen this time, then the next time the experiment maybe it will Was a wonderfully supportive creative environment. Mary Tyler Moore, speaking to Terry Gross in 1995.

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Scientists at UT Southwestern Investigate Possible COVID-19 Treatment

Dave Ramsey

00:30 sec | Last month

Scientists at UT Southwestern Investigate Possible COVID-19 Treatment

"At UT southwestern in Dallas are looking at an existing drug to see if it can be used to treat covert 19 patients. The drug has already approved by the FDA to treat some patients with pneumonia. Dr John Sheldon says they're starting with a computer model, but they want to start a political trial in the near future. We're in the process of getting approval from our institution. We're basically going Tio set up a small clinical trial or hopefully that a small group of trial That would test approximately approximately 60 60 patients. patients. He He says says they they could could get get approval approval for for that that trial trial later later this this

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"sheldon" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

08:08 min | Last month

"sheldon" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Hand You over to Jerry Jeff Walker. He will take you nine to midnight a baseball theme early, and through a good chunk of the show tonight. The thought hit me as I prepared to welcome in our first guest. It is awfully nice to be talking with a baseball guest baseball stuff. Compared to negotiations and and labor issues and percentages of salaries and pro-russian of salaries and all that. The reds have handed in officially as of yesterday there player Pool for the two thousand twenty season. At the moment it contains fifty seven players thirty five of those players assigned to great American ballpark twenty two of those players assigned to Prisco Park in Mason for Moran that The man who was on the reds, beat and covers all things. Reds for MLB DOT COM. Reds Dot Com. That would be Mark Sheldon. How are you? Doing Good Lance and I hope you are too, and it's really nice to about baseball. Even getting yelled at on twitter for baseball stuff, so that's a nice refreshing change to absolutely i. Let's start with the basics here. fifty-seven players at this moment out of a possible sixty. What is the benefit of not going all the way up to sixty at this point for the reds? I think it's just more roster flexibility, if Kinda like in the days before spring training or the opening day of the season, you might have a guy that gets released. Cut in the right for whatever reason they WANNA. Pick that player up it could you know? It's based on things that happened in camp when player might get hurt or just in his fit as others are. They WANNA add a guy. Derek Dietrich is is out there. Still he's on the. Signed by the team, and then even the organization thought on that player polls yet you be at, it could also add hundred green. You know maybe a couple of months down the road or a month down the road if they choose to, there's some maneuverability that way and market is not a clear line drawn in the sand. Great American is like Varsity, and Pasco is junior varsity. It's not that clear as It's not some closure doing it that way. Some closer, Dylan it. the the bigly called players or the ones that are have a shot at the big leagues, going to be a big league ballpark, and the rest of the dispatch to a minor league facility read. say they're not doing it that way. A lot of it is because they stacks so many pictures of GDP and catchers that they just simply because of the rules, social distancing and other things like that they had a. Sense of people out to Mason now when the season does start the people that are obviously going to be stationed. Practical Park will be the equivalent of the Minor Leagues Aaa Louisville. If you will, that could be summit in called up. Should there be any and I would assume there's also that element if you're going to be split into two parts. There's GonNa be intersquad gained. So you need X. number of players at each place to fill out, get I, mean you need a shortstop and both places third base I mean there has to be some level of consideration along those lines, right? I would think so like you know this is. This is new to a lot of. The mechanism blueprints aren't totally clear yet, but hopefully that that will come into into focus, but yeah you have to figure you gotTa have enough coverage because they're not only allowed to play three exhibition games against other teams during the next three weeks and stands to reason, since there's no like in the same city like Chicago. There's to Chicago teams that play each other here. There's not really that option and they may have to wait until whoever the the next. The first team that comes to town that could be their exhibition apologetic Mark Sheldon MLB DOT COM dot com. Check it in Merck. How ultimately potentially at least could niccolo their first round pick a year ago? Factor into this equation? I think he can factor in I mean he was going to get cut? Cut I believe from the I can't remember from in March but obviously guide her. Getting brought back like salary mono was caught, and he's been brought back. I think with all could appear as as bullpen guy I mean theoretically I suppose he could be a starter. Should anything happen to the rotation by each figure with Molly figure? Look Assam's and A. A couple of others they have some coverage. They're on the rotation side, but with all could be a piece for the for the bullpen. He could be accessible that way. I don't think it would be a problem for him to make that. Jump at this change I know you're getting this question a lot I think it's on the minds of everybody along. The lines of pitching in some school of thought what if they go with a four man? What if they go with a six man why they go with a piggyback tandem? What do you make of potentially what the use of pitchers could look like? It's one of those things to see. When we actually talked to their Johnston and David fell, but I I kind of expecting the five man rotation still to have a solid five man group I I don't know Trevor Bowers a big advocate of the former station, but that would mean somebody gets cut out and I. Don't see them doing that. the six man rotation. Over I I really think the reservoir set up in a lot of teams with the you know. What's the malaise the Sims of any model? If you other guys that they could, have you know in the early going? To go thirty. Three innings to four sixty to seventy five pitches, and then they have to bridge that gap with three or four inning relief, appearance and Mali concert do that. They can prepare them as a starter and kind of having back up the other starter, so it'd be hard pitch cancer early innings limits things like that, and then we'll. We'll see how those guys do, but. But, I think middle relief is going to be a huge part of the equation going into the regular mark among the guys who ultimately dolt become a part of this pool. Who our prospects whether it's hundred green or someone who's not even in the pool right now. Are Reese hines Stewart Fairchild guys like what happens to them in ultimately in the twenty twenty season. Another Mr Lance. I think there's been some rumblings that there might be an attempt to have a fall league of some sort. for minor leaguers didn't get to play anywhere this this year. Their skills having a row too much. A lot of them are probably working via zoom with with their coaches, and what their strength people and their trainers but that's one of the mystery it hasn't been figured out yet. They're really just really focused on the bigly. Friday is the first workout is is the phase between now and then like the we call it. The intake phase of what's happening right now. I kind of equate, Wednesday July, first is the report A. That's the kind of the day they have to be there now. What happens is and some players have already done. This is that when they show up at the ballpark and report quote Unquote they get tested, and then they have to isolate away from the ballpark for two full days, and then they're allowed to come back if they test negative, so a lot of guys are GonNa have already done this and a few more. We'll probably do it on Wednesday and then theoretically everyone will be ready for Friday final question on I know. This is ever evolving situation in. Probably there's things you're trying to figure out in your mind, but. Ultimately this season. What will what will covering this camp this spring training two point Oh and then the regular season be like for a member of the media. Someone who was a beat writer like you? Honestly it's another thing that I'm still waiting to see how it turns out I. Mean I've seen the world I've heard the rules our interview. Be Done over zoom whether you at the ballpark or you covered the ancient home. I'm likely not going to travel so it's GonNa? be a different thing. you know the want there's going to be lost? And maybe some of the more unique nuance that that that is able to be gained from a reporter, standing clubhouse and talking to a player in a more or less formal environment. When they're on camera when they're on the radio and things like that would have been werner formal a little more. stilted and I'd like to. You know that's going to be Kinda, lost for a while, but at the same time I. It's hard to complain about lack of nuance when there was no season at all, so I'm I'm accepting this I'm hoping that you know by this time next year. We're in the middle of a regular season, and it's been going on since the end of March and everything's back to normal. Obviously, we don't know that, but hopefully this little sixty games sprint will be interesting and the red. They still think are as competitive in the. They were before the the.

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Bail set at $1.2 million for ex-cop charged in George Floyd's death

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Bail set at $1.2 million for ex-cop charged in George Floyd's death

"Two weeks after his death under the under the D. of Minneapolis, police officer, a public viewing for George Floyd is underway this hour in Houston where thousands have turned out to pay their respects. Derek Sheldon the fired police officer charged with second degree murder in Floyd's death, nate his first court appearance today by video conference. The judge set his bail at a maximum of one and a half one. At a maximum of one point two million dollars a quarter, million dollars I should say that comes as nine members of the Minneapolis. City Council announced their support for dismantling the city's police department and protests continue for the Fourteenth Day across the US in reaction to Floyd's killing with demonstrators calling now for police reform an end to police brutality. Let's go straight to Huston right now. She has Menez. is on the scene for US Omar Viewing. There has been underway now for four hours still as two hours to go

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"sheldon" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Back in March Congress passed the cares at it sent two hundred ninety billion dollars directly to Americans and it created a loan program for company struggling to meet payroll. It was sold as a lifeline for unemployed people and small businesses suffering from the pandemic but it also turned into a back door bailout for oil companies. Bloomberg News reported that three dozen large oil and gas companies made out with billions of dollars in government tax benefits corporates like marathon petroleum. An oil refiner worth nearly a hundred billion dollars. Marathon is at the front lines of attacking climate policy. The company is still funding climate denial groups and lobbying against any kind of federal action in January. A group of Democrats in the Senate asked marathons corporate shareholders to pressure the company on climate that included Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. But not even Senator. Whitehouse realized the extent of the bailout for companies like marathon until it was too late. I didn't know it existed until I saw the I report on it. By the time we actually got built text. We had half an hour before the vote. So in a decent world with coronavirus pandemic and an economy in freefall as people had to shelter in place you would have thought that the better angels of our nature would have come forward and we would have rallied around projects legislation programs that really helped people so under the premise of helping struggling. Americans out of Work Senate majority leader. Mcconnell helped push a tax provision giving one hundred thirty five billion dollars in tax benefits to the top one percent of tax payers plus a couple billion more dollars to oil companies that included four hundred and eleven million for Marathon Petroleum Mitch. Mcconnell thinks differently and he saw an angle knowing that nobody was going to get a good look at this and really did a huge good. GimMe to the oil and gas industry. Who was just dealing and the idea that he took this opportunity. Just shows.

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CBS is most watched television network for 12th straight year

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

CBS is most watched television network for 12th straight year

"KNX televisions traditional season ending last week and C. B. S. the television industry's most watched network for twelve straight season for the seventeenth time we should point out in the last eighteen years as well according to Nielsen's ratings NBC Sunday night football telecast was most popular program of the year with says CBS's NCIS the favor drama and a young Sheldon the top comedy CBS won the season just whited said viewership dropping fifteen percent from last season in fact three of the four networks lost viewership from last year and fox was the only exception primarily because of its football

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San Francisco Bay Area to open for manufacturing, curbside retail

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:18 min | 3 months ago

San Francisco Bay Area to open for manufacturing, curbside retail

"Three more bay area counties will see more businesses opening starting today KCBS reporter Tim Ryan is in one of those counties San Matteo county to explain what's changing ten was any Marin San Francisco and San Matteo county some manufacturing and curbside retail will reopen these are the last risky businesses clothing and shoe stores florists bookstores sporting goods car washes pet grooming and more you order over the phone or online and then you pick up outside or arrange delivery there's no trying on shoes slacks or dress for example Judy Sheldon owns Judy's flag city in Belmont Park though flag they sell PM thanks so sprinters I saw strippers she's been close for months is anxious to re open has a table by the front door with hand sanitizer but open to crowds the whole somebody's getting me did you see the unemployment rates today you know nobody dared to many people can I mean that's my daughter comes people can't even pay their mortgage thank god my house is paid for Judy is hoping the small business loan she received will cover her rent napa Sonoma and Solano counties of already entered stage two Alameda and Contra Costa could do so soon send a clear is the one hold out there is

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"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fell to Sheldon they put a lot of a lot of the responsibility on him that my dad should have been taking that responsibility and he showed that hello what's going on thank you who's going to take you to school me yeah I remember one time hours later was shocking you start outside as someone he was good to me I mean you know you start my older brother used to knock me sometimes but you know that's the way it is with a wood brothers yeah I always good in some ways some ways I was man who was who was not with who is he so if you feel like you were compelled to see each other now because you knew that you know it's now or never kind of thing then it means that it was important to you both right to get to see each other one easy answer yes yes a good when I get any younger or what what's what's down the road I'm AT he's eighty five I mean because of the there was a lot of water under the bridge we want to close the bridge now I want to feel easy now I want to say now he's gonna be eighty six someone called on his birthday and say Happy Birthday to one now when they're standing ceremonies anymore as my father speaks as per his brother's example dropping F. bombs like he's in a guy Ritchie film Sheldon keeps his arms crossed and his eyes shut tight he's quiet for several seconds and then he reaches out to pet his cat surely really caught my will find if anything I'll take Kerry cath I don't think you can I'm happy I came to see that I am it's good very good if.

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How did the US come up so short on PPE?

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:18 min | 4 months ago

How did the US come up so short on PPE?

"A steady supply of personal protective equipment or PP you can be a lifesaver but there are massive shortages in those supplies how did the wealthiest most medically advanced nation on earth wind up so utterly unprepared to confront this pandemic we spoke with the combative White House official in charge of procuring PP and doctors and nurses risking their lives without the same protective gear many of their counterparts around the world have every hospital in New York City is teaming with this virus right in my place there are hundreds and hundreds of patients many many dozens of intubated sic code patients and the average place in New York City whether it's NYU Cornell Presbyterian Northwell Stony Brook there are hundreds of it debated covert patients and a lot of people are dying Dr Sheldon Tepperman is chief trauma surgeon at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx the borough has one of the highest coded nineteen death rates on earth he runs for intensive care units full of critically ill patients his days he told us seem endless

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'Do Skunks Like How They Smell?' And Other Silly Questions

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:52 min | 5 months ago

'Do Skunks Like How They Smell?' And Other Silly Questions

"We'll start out with a question from Lilly she asks. Why do pickles and cactuses like each other? I will admit lily. I've never thought about the fact that pickles kind of resemble some CACTI but now that you mention it they do and if you've ever picked a cucumber straight from the garden you might know that some varieties of cucumber have little spikes on them just like a cactus. If you're wondering. Pickles are cucumbers that have been pickled in vinegar brine. You can make other kinds of pickled vegetables too but let's just keep it simple and assume lillies talking about pickled cucumbers to make things even more confusing. There's actually a cactus called cucumber. Cactus and I think that cactus looks less like a cucumber than some other kinds of cactus but back to the question cucumber and CACTUS are both plants. But they're in different plant families. They're not very closely related. Cucumbers are in the Gourd family related to things like pumpkins squash and watermelon CACTI. That's the plural of CACTUS. Cacti are succulents plants that store water not all succulents are CACTI. But that's the family there in so I guess the fact that both of these plants look of alike is random but there are actually in nature a lot of reasons that things that aren't related lookalike. Sometimes it's because there are patterns that repeat through nature and we see them in all kinds of objects. Another reason is something called convergent evolution. We're different organisms like plants or animals develop similar traits similar. Looks or ways of doing things even though they're not related often it's because they have had to adapt to similar environments and they both did it in the most effective and efficient way even though they were doing it separately. I don't know if that's what's happening with pickles. Cacti but I think it could be. I'm GONNA keep thinking about this and maybe we can circle back around to it in a future episode. If we find out anything interesting at any rate really good observation lily. Hi My name is Jesse. I live in Charlottesville Vermont Annoying Sheldon I would like to know what our googlers made out of you declan. Don't tell anyone but I actually don't think your question is all that gross. It's always good to know what's in your body right. Put simply buggers are just dried or congealed snot. So what's not? Snot is more politely and scientifically known as Mucus Producing Mucus. Is One of the ways. Your body stays healthy. Your body produces a leader of mucus every day in your nose your sinuses and your digestive tract mucus sticky and it helps to keep all the dirt dust and pollen out of your lungs so the mucus in your nose likes to hang around and stick to the little hairs on the inside of each nostril. That's how it can catch some of that dust and dirt that you're breathing in so you don't get it deeper into your body and sometimes that Mucus Kinda dries up there and it forms boogers. Mostly it's okay to just leave the boogers alone. You know but if you need to get rid of them user tissue. Here's a question from Bennett. Employers now eleven San Carlos Santana California in my question is. How do you fish C. Underwater without goggles? Our answer comes from Joe Blasi of the New England aquarium in Boston so animals have. Is that our builds in a way that is best for their environment. So your eyes designed to see an air. And that's the way that they work best so with you. Swim underwater with no goggles. Your is can't see really well so what happens when you put on goggles. There's a little teeny tiny bit of air. That's trapped in the goggles with your eyes so you can still see underwater. Now Fish. Don't need goggles. Because there is designed to work under water they still have the same parts that you do. There's a cornea an iris and pupil The way that the light gets in and bounces around. And then transmits a signal to their brain so they can see things. I'm and some fish can actually see really well considering the refresh But there is designed to work much better in a water environment rather than an Air Environment. One of the reasons that humans blink is to keep our eyes wet so do fish need to blink at all. They don't fish. Don't have eyelids blinking necessary. Whoa fish don't have eyelids cool now onto skunks hi. My name is enchanted. Seven years old. I live in Melbourne California. My question is like the smell of themselves. That's a good question and we found just the right person to answer it. Mary Holland is a naturalist and she was actually the very first guest on. But why more than three years ago discounts like the smell themselves as often as I've encountered skunks and even been spray by one. It has never occurred to me to wonder how the smell affects the skunk. I've always been more concerned with how it affects me. According to Dr Jerry. Tegu an expert on skunks and head of the Dragoon Institute for the betterment of skunks and skunk reputations skunks. Do not enjoy the smell of their own spray or the spray of other skunks. Skunks rarely spray each other or other animals. They only have a certain amount of spray inside them and once it's all used up. They must go several days without it while their body manufacturers more during this time they are defenceless so they only spray another animal. If they are seriously threatened. So if you don't WANNA get sprayed. Mary says it's best not to scare a skunk. They don't want to spray you. Prior to spraying a skunk will give ample warning to its enemy by stamping his front feet. If this is ignored then skunk will spray as a last defense when Scott Spray. They rarely get any on themselves though. They can tolerate their own smell. They do not appreciate getting it in the face and is from another skunk. A Scott. Sense of smell is even stronger than humans so if anything the skunk suffers more than anyone who has had the misfortune of being sprayed if a skunk does encounter counter the spray of another skunk. It will rub its face in the dirt sneeze or try to groom itself to get rid of the sprays odor

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Reds make first cuts, sending 11 to minor league camp

Lance McAlister

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Reds make first cuts, sending 11 to minor league camp

"You mark Sheldon has tweeted out the cuts the raids of made first cuts of the spring those names include minor leaguers and and you'll recognize maybe some of them in tone carpenter that's David carpenter who was invited to spring training more of a veteran labour Hendrix Nikolic Dolo assigned to minor league camp today Tony Santee on Smith that is Josh Smith Chris Okey that is there a catcher a second round pick a couple of years ago Jonathan India signed a minor league camp Electra ha a fair child and pal all assigned today to minor league camp the Reds lost in spring training and tied in spring training in a squats split squats affair

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What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

BrainStuff

04:15 min | 5 months ago

What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

"Decades ago in the evenings around closing time a man with a very bald head and a very dark beard used to come sloping into the mysterious bookshop in New York City. His shoulders hunched is the warding off a perpetual cold wind. The proprietor auto pens ler had come to expect these visits indeed. He looked forward to them. He would close up the shop and guide the man back to his. Inner Sanctum. A book lined study with floor-to-ceiling shelves there the bearded man would deliver a Sheaf of papers containing a new freshly penned mystery story to be added to the theology. That Pencil publishing the writer refused to take any money for his efforts. Even though pens lawyer was paying well. He craved compensation. His eyes gleamed as pennsly- slid his payment across the desk between them. It was a stack of used books containing dozens of stories written in the mystery genre later that night he would devour them one by one but first pens lawyer and the bearded man would talk and talk. They talked about books about life. Auto pens layer was just recovering from a devastating break-up and so they spoke about battling in a recent phone interview for this article. Pennsly- remembered that at a certain juncture. His guests said something so piercingly insightful and eloquent about the break up that it took his breath away Henseler said I wish I could remember what he said but I failed to write it down what I do remember. Is that when I expressed my amazement at his facility with words he just shrugged and said I guess that's why they call me a poet. He could've added among many other things because our bald and bearded man was Shel Silverstein a true renaissance man. Of course many of us know him as the author and illustrator of the giving tree a light in the attic and where the sidewalk ends among many of the other wildly successful books that he wrote Andrew for children. That's only the tip of the proverbial Iceberg Silverstein also drew cartoons and wrote plays for adults and penned numerous songs especially country songs. In fact he won. Two grammys for song. Writing one of them for the Johnny Cash. Hit A boy named Sue Sheldon Allen. Shel Silverstein was born into a Jewish family in Chicago in nineteen thirty his father and a bakery which only began to thrive in the wake of the Great Depression. After high school. Shell spent some time studying at the Art Institute of Chicago and later Roosevelt University but was drafted into the US army serving in Korea and Japan. Silverstein began working for the military periodical. Stars and Stripes and it was there that he began regularly publishing his idiosyncratic cartoons after his military service Silverstein got a job as a cartoonist. For the fledgling magazine. Playboy for his playboy gig. He traveled the world sending cartoon dispatches from Bahrein wide in nineteen sixty three Silverstein. Met Book Editor Ursula Nordstrom. Who prodded him into writing books for Children? And that same year he wrote the giving tree a book about the nature of Altruism and selfishness there would become his most famous and popular work his sense of the absurd and the whimsical cartoon line drawings that illustrated this and all of his books would become his hallmarks in deceptively simple language. His exploration of the innocence and imagination of childhood made him one of the most celebrated and widely read authors for generations of children and adults like Auto Penn's lair recall Silverstein telling him that he spent a year living at the playboy mansion as a guest of Hugh Hefner. It was there that he met Susan Hastings with whom he had daughter named Shoshana in nineteen seventy tragically. Susan died in nineteen seventy five and two. Shana passed away. Unexpectedly after cerebral aneurysm. In one thousand nine hundred two by many accounts her death utterly devastated Silverstein in Nineteen eighty-four. He had a son named Matthew with Sarah Spencer. According to Pens Ler Silverstein was a deeply eccentric. Man Pennzoil told us for instance. It wasn't unusual for him to be having dinner in a restaurant with a group of friends and then suddenly announced that he was done. Get up take a taxi to the airport and flight of Chicago or Los Angeles or Florida or wherever he felt like going on the spur of the moment shel. Silverstein died of a heart attack in nineteen ninety nine at the age of just sixty eight but in story song and image. He left behind a remarkably prolific artistic record.

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"sheldon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"sheldon" Discussed on KTRH

"Three people were killed in a car crash in Sheldon investigators said that car left the road hit a tree in northeast Harris County a fourth passenger was also airlifted to the hospital in unknown condition U. S. Senate votes ninety six to one to approve more than eight billion dollars in emergency spending to fight the culvert nineteen outbreak president trump expected to sign that bill today and what a waste of a good beverage the makers of Austin based Tito's vodka are warning against using their product for homemade hand sanitizer during this Coleman nineteen seer if it it's pretty good Vargas it's only forty percent Vacaville wouldn't kill the bacteria anyway more on these stories no KTRE dot com coming up at the bottom of the hour Pasadena living clearly reliable KTRE traffic and weather next on the ten falls by twenty three now here on Houston's morning news all right one of the big other big stories of the coronavirus of course is what Chuck Schumer said to say that rally and being reviewed by Chief Justice John Roberts and just about everybody else in Washington D. C. as it turns out including Mitch McConnell and Raymond Arroyo Raymond Arroyo here's what he thinks about what Chuck Schumer's real agenda is by what he was saying about Cavanaugh and Gorsuch false rumors for it wasn't physical it was in a way much more corrosive to our Republic he was threatening an issue based impeachment against the two newest members of the High Court in other words if you even think about holding in a way that restricts roe V. Wade we will annihilate you Schumer doesn't speak casually appalled mostly about these issues he was delivering a message to these justices especially Cavanaugh you may think you're safe with life tenure but if Jones wins the White House we will turn over every stone in your personal and professional life and devote all our resources to destroying you and removing you from office remember they don't think you need high crimes and misdemeanors anymore a casual abuse of power charge is enough for the schools to start screaming impeachment wow he got a lot of that world wind coming up more other than I did interesting meanwhile course we have Greg Gutfeld doing what Greg Gutfeld does best on fox being snarky here's what he said about Chuck Schumer so what is Chuck Schumer really is not a firebrand or a bomb thrower he's just a follower following them the abortion movement has moved from the valley of abortion being legal and rare to come one come all it's a descent into the irrational we're one deny science as a way to deny limits to their demands and in this move where abortion is no longer a tragic decision but a choice to be championed laughed about even bragged about it's understandable that a week an anxious man like shock would find themselves swept up in the hawkish fever for casual termination of the small and inconvenient funny how some in the media worried that the judges were being threatened no trucks just another empty grandstanding joke the judges can take care of themselves pity those who never have that chance yeah you know normally with the guy in charge emerge from Brooklyn New York doubling people from Brooklyn New York are a little bit more director in the threats I'll cut you off at the kneecaps that kind of stuff I'll punch in the face they'll talk about whirlwinds five twenty six newsradio seven forty KTRE it's time to take a look at your money order Donna hall well we had another one of those better part of a thousand points down days yesterday what is this morning looking like well speaking of punching in the face is taking.

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Young Republicans: The new climate activists? Maybe.

Climate 2020

08:36 min | 6 months ago

Young Republicans: The new climate activists? Maybe.

"Know the polling says young Republicans want climate action. But it's the public shift from party leaders that I just find hard to believe. The Republicans have ridiculed climate science installed climate action for more than a decade. Do you believe these new messages from party leaders for real yes definitely. I think this is real. The question is to what effect clearly something new is happening. I've had a number of conversations with folks who work on the hill who all say the same thing that Republicans are talking really differently about this issue behind closed doors fewer and fewer of them are rejecting the science. And they're feeling real public pressure to talk about it. We're GONNA hear about why later on in the show and now this is playing out publicly. So you've got Republican leadership saying they're gonNA put together this package of bills to address emissions and there is of course a lot of skepticism which you address but there's no doubt there's a shift happening both in private and in public. Yeah you know. I've got some strong feelings on on this which I'm happy to share. But first let's hear from a reporter. Who spent a lot of time figuring out what's up with? Republicans on the issue of climate. Change Amy harder is a climate and energy reporter with axios. She's been covering the issue for well over a decade at the National Journal Than The Wall Street Journal and now at Axios. She broke the story of the new Republican climate. Push and our co host. Jeff Nesbit sat down with amy to unpack it so it it does feel like there has been a shift. I mean you know you talk to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. He says that he has private conversations with Republican. Senators all the but there's been a public shift for Republicans On climate fairly recently. Are you seeing that in your reporting? Well we're starting to see them. I've described it as coming back in from the cold because this isn't where the Republican Party has always been so you're seeing them number one acknowledge that climate change is a real problem That deserves some sort of response now. There's a huge debate about how big that response should be. But in general You're not seeing comments from lawmakers particularly in the House that are really out there on left field when it comes to the science. I recently sat down with three top. Republicans House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Congressman Graves of Louisiana. I'm in Congressman Westerman A Republican from Arkansas Ed. There was this interesting Exchange Between Westerman and graves when Western said something that didn't really fit with the scientific consensus of climate change. I immediately saw graves jump in and clarify so. There is a very acute concern within the Republican Party. That at the very least they don't want to fight the science and this is of course a long ways away from where Democrats and a lot of the public and corporations are but nonetheless it is a shift to stop fighting the science. So let's let's let's dive into that a little bit. What's in those new proposals from some of the house? Republicans I would say there's three main components of the Republicans plan which is to be introduced over the coming weeks and months the first one has to do with capturing carbon emissions from variety of sources. So that can be by planting more trees in in theory that would capture more carbon the other tube Parts of this plan include a ramping up clean. Energy Technologies and clean energy technology exports so giving special tax treatment to companies that export clean energy important here to note that the definition of clean energy is of course very much in the eye of the beholder. Republicans are in Wide Agreement. That NATURAL GAS. Which is the cleanest burning fossil fuel but still very much a fossil fuel with the climate impact? That counts is clean energy so expediting pipelines for example to move natural gas as part of their clean energy plan. Which a lot of Democrats and many in environmentalists would take issue with and then the third pillar is actually not directly related to climate change but more focused on plastic pollution And so this would give foreign aid to countries in Asia and Africa which is actually where most of the most polluted rivers are with plastic. The climate angle is that oil natural gas at the bedrock aplastic. So there's that connection So those those are the three main components and I've pressed McCarthy in Western and graves on this asking them if they have some sort of goal reduction goal of emissions at they hope to achieve the the answer to that is no that they sort of reject. This idea graves used the term arbitrary targets. I think most experts say having some sort of goal is good for trying to achieve any sort of outcome. I think time will tell. The devil is in the details to see if they can really say that they'll be any sort of concrete reduction of emissions with these policies. Which is of course the whole goal. So what so? What are you seeing learning behind the scenes that that that might explain? What's driving this chain change? Why is this happening now? I think one really compelling arguments that Republicans are being receptive to. Is this idea of course that it all comes down to politics that they've been given a polling that shows younger. Republican voters are really not liking. How their leaders are disavowing? The science they want their Republican leaders to at the very least acknowledged the science and put forward a range of relatively moderate policies. And so I think that's really driving them and and people often say they're just doing this for political purposes and that seems like a throwaway line but in fact compared to where we were a decade ago. I think it's quite significant. That Republicans see climate has not acting on climate change as a political liability. And that's an incredibly important shifts because the politics do need to shift when it comes to climate change if there's ever going to be big policy so what's what's the reaction to these proposals I within the Republican caucus but then also among their colleagues on the democratic side. Stephanie been all over the map. You have some environmentalists and Democrats that think that this is just another way to deny science another way to keep stonewalling big action and then you have other Democrats. I think con- Congressman. Paul Tonko is a good example Democrat from New York. They see this movement as not enough but definitely better than nothing and a big shift from a few years ago. I interviewed Jason Grandma. The president of the bipartisan Policy Center. Who has been integral in a lot of these debates and while he described the big emphasis on trees as quote aggressive gardening he also applauded the Republicans for making this shift. What Jason Grandma also said is that Democrats environmentalists should not chide these Republicans for not doing enough yet because it's a process and although it certainly not moving fast enough for some for some critics that it's certainly moving so what what is climate looked like as a voting issue in two thousand twenty and beyond and will that have an impact on the Republican. Party's outlook on this issue. So I posted a question recently to Frank Luntz. Many people may know him as Well known Republican pollster so. I posed the question to him about are these Republican policies about trees and plastic and clean energy technologies. Is that going to be enough to convince voters? And he says while trees are great. Voters are going to want more and I'll be interested to see if that's the case. I think you'll have a positive impact from not denying the science but I think as climate change becomes a worse problem. I do think there'll be a call to do more however also note that so far to date. We have not seen voters around the world support big climate policies. And so. That's what I've called the big climate disconnect and. I think that's something that's an open question. Voters say. They're concerned about climate change. But do they really support the big policies? That would actually make a difference and I think the answer to that is is. We don't know

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The U.K. finally leaves the EU — nearly 4 years after Brexit vote

Glenn Beck

10:47 min | 7 months ago

The U.K. finally leaves the EU — nearly 4 years after Brexit vote

"Brexit day is finally here it's happening at eleven PM European time that'll happen this this afternoon here in America and we wanted to check in on a day I wasn't sure was ever going to come with Daniel Hannan welcome Daniel thank you glad it's a real pleasure as always to be with you and I'm delighted to say it's actually happening at eleven PM UK time your time is something different I I just to make clear to your listeners I'm not a European I'm Rick so you're here and the markets have been collapsed and the seas aren't on fire and there's gonna be food in people's mouths and grocery stores will be open tomorrow I'm looking out my window I don't see any dinosaurs or an asteroid strikes there isn't World War three in fact not only about planned but the UK economy has outperformed the eurozone for the last couple of years we have more people in work than ever before in our history the stock exchange has surged exports are up on manufacturing is up we've attracted more inward investment than any country in the world except China so I think we can reasonably look forward with some optimism and confidence to what the future holds so what did you what does this mean you first well let me let me just say this Hey congratulations B. thank you I appreciate that you guys are you did what we did and seventeen seventy six except we had to have a war over it because you guys are so stupid and stubborn but but when I'm watching what I watch Nigel for AJ is a speech Hey that will I mean I can believe what they did to him in the end they made his point but I thought this is a shot heard around the world just like our declaration of independence was a date eat each you did a very American thing and you did it right you you would you did it without arms and riots I mean that's a remarkable thing you guys have just pulled off well I I could turn that around and and channel Edmund Burke who is of course an empty at the time of the revolution and save you guys did a very precious thing in seventeen seventy six which was to to take to its logical conclusion the arguments in favor of personal freedom and democracy but I tell you this no country that I can think calls ever got poorer as a result of becoming more self governing and I I do think we are feeling something of the mood of optimism that swept over there at that then colonies in in seventeen seventy six I was looking at at John Adams is less is and he I he was only the gloomy est of the found it you know about the fallen nature of man but when that on the day of the declaration of independence even he got caught up with the mood and he wrote to his wife Abigail through all the glue them I can see the rays of ravishing light and glory I can see that the end is worth more than all the means and the prosperity will triumph and you know the bridge or if any reserve people we wouldn't put in such poor returns but that is the mood heather of parties going on all around you know just just I'm I'm speaking to you from London the crowd a little bit down the road outside parliament it is a happy good natured people waving the flag and as I walked past a minute ago they were singing sweet Caroline so it is one of the it's called the great meal but you'll you'll back in charge of Arafat so what do you think's going to happen with the European Union because as I I watch that and are you connected to what he was saying about an out of control government that that's not what we signed up for it's corrupt you are your ignoring us you go your own way you be little us and you belittle the people yeah and I thought if I can relate to it surely the people in France or Germany or you know or Norway or Sweden they're looking at that going Hey you know what what are we doing yeah and that's the thing that I really scared off how old is the E. U. responds to break a person's going to be fine but what's going to happen in the eurozone icy again I don't know but I I don't kill this massive federal justice Powell by over doing it but since you started it there's a fairly because actually started it just by you thought it what is it that the bridge immediately after Yorktown we're in the same kind of mood the Brussels is in now they will hurt and angry but it didn't take long for the British government to realize that its own interests depended on having a good quality old relationship with the new country and so that the new administration under Sheldon in in seventeen eighty two that we're gonna open all of our ports in the in person in the carribean to all American vessels we're gonna renounce all our claims on all the transmetalation terror trees you know Adams in NJ infringing couldn't believe the general city but from the British point of view it was the correct thing to do because we understood that free trade is good for everybody that it that that we wanted to have rich neighbors because rich neighbors make good customers and that's how it worked out now please remember the you did come back in in eighteen twelve to you know start a war and and burn our White House only the most ridiculous wall at the right the reason but it won't be guy and was over before the first it is the only significant engagement took place after the peace terms have been fined for news right but it's a bit too but I mean that that that that the interesting thing is if he could respond to the brexit vote by saying okay I wonder why we got that wrong maybe we we become a bit too remote baby we need to reconnect maybe the Italians all that dot jewel the poles of the Danes will feel similarly let's try and anticipate let's trying devolve a little bit of but you know so far they've done exactly the opposite they said all great now that the Brits are the way we can have a European army and we can have a European tax system and we have more and more power to the center and I think if they insist on taking back line then the E. you will fall apart sooner rather than later so Daniel I've never understood the parliamentary system never understood I mean you guys seem to be going through prime ministers like water it we have a different system with our impeachment but that's really what we're talking about now is whether you can impeach someone that didn't do anything illegal may do stuff that you didn't like but but really if impeachment is more of a vote of no confidence which our founders never intended what what do we look like to you a as a historian can you give us some perspective where you're not connected to it and and and be just as a as a brit well I mean I'm not gonna say something that is is probably guarantee to offend every single person listening to you whether they're Democrat or Republican whether they support or oppose the impeachment which is a I don't think that Donald Trump colluded with Russia and I don't think that he behaved in an impeachable way over the Ukraine business but I think that what we know of his behavior is so on presidential and and so indicative of bad character and bad judgment that should count against him politically and I I reckon that statement is offended absolutely everybody be calls one of the things that is very striking about the U. S. discourse of the moment is that everyone has to be a hundred percent one way or the other yes everyone has to be you know and to say anything in between to say for example is great the Donald Trump is cutting taxes although it's a pity he lied about releasing his own tax return or to say it's fantastic that he's deregulating radio but you but you know what a pity that he thinks his okay to mock the family of a deceased American servicemen the you never hear anybody saying those things because it's become so tribal I'm so polarized I'm not gonna say that does worry me you know the the the extent to which people in the U. S. now see the other side as enemies rather than as fellow citizens with a different opinion and and a great democracy can only take so much of that so as a historian you've watched us for a long long time Hey you know our history the I think it was Churchill said one of the great your greatest things about Americans is after they've tried everything else they finally to awry do we do we how do we get out of this one Daniel yeah I mean that America is still the greatest Republic on a this is a fantastic fantastic country and saying that because it's true but the main street yeah I mean you liberated millions of people from tyranny you put the flag of your country on the moon you you created the most open and free system of government on a and those things have deep roots but I would say you know they they depend on people valuing the rule of law and the process and the rules and business the thing that I find alarming about the US now is how in different people did you process when they happen to favor a particular outcome I mean yeah it's a trivial example but I would say that both Barack Obama and Donald Trump exceeded that powers and cycling Congress in order to tamper with the rules on immigration Obama did it to liberalize immigration trump did it to Tyson and oppression but the number of people who who condemns in both you could come pretty much on your fingers you know and the thing is I have the address right or is wrong it is not right when it happens to be your guide the wrong one is the other guy and the the the the the the as soon as you lose sight of that and you get into this kind of anything goes that's when you risk becoming like in our Guatemala rolled through all all all somewhere else that is it it had a a much weaker history of the rule of law and of a peaceful democratic politics Daniel Hannan it is always great the two to talk to you and your your insight is great and I I'm so happy and there are millions of Americans that are cheering for your freedom today to chart your own course and to be your own country and to fly your flag with pride we appreciate that cousins right back after Douglas's thank you Daniel Hannan from London

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Sheldon Silver’s Corruption Conviction Is Partly Overturned

Curtis Sliwa

01:21 min | 7 months ago

Sheldon Silver’s Corruption Conviction Is Partly Overturned

"And then again that is the case of Sheldon silver who was the high man Ross the Meyer Lansky of democratic state politics found guilty on multiple charges of corruption back in twenty eighteen he's still out yesterday a quart reasserted the findings on most of the charges and he's still out and you say no when second I see you have an uneasy Michelle okay I understand why he's in his cell wow this is cool cool cool to put its peak in the trough who stole millions well you tell me how is that possible will become much he knows where all the bones of buried in who bury them just like Rudy says I have insurance Sheldon silver help the point most of the judges most of the key political sure I have all sure that's right he's got insurance so I think there's like a quid pro quo you guilty but we'll end up dying at the at home why it got short commit suicide like Jeffrey are I'll go out of my garden catch this latest Chinese virus that I believe in red China you get from drinking too much corona beer Mexican beer and then you're pissing in the street and spitting in the street and that's how

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Federal Appeals Court Throws Out Three Counts Against Former NYS Assembly Speaker

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Federal Appeals Court Throws Out Three Counts Against Former NYS Assembly Speaker

"A federal appeals court has overturned several of the corruption convictions against former state assembly speaker Sheldon silver but most of the conviction stand the ruling by a three judge panel of the second US circuit court of appeals means the Democrat may get a fresh chance to seek a reduction of his seven year prison sentence especially if prosecutors declined to seek re trial on the three rejected

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"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:02 min | 7 months ago

"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jack Sheldon welcome to fashion thanks it's nice to be here I don't know why I have this image of you but I always thought of you of such as somebody who we live a Lotta numer in their singing and and music and there's something so emotionally naked about some of the songs on your new record that really surprised me I really love the singing in the planning on it is the choice of material the kind of seeing that you're doing a relatively recent development with you the canal I think I'm singing better now I'm starting singing and arms or just can do it better but I've been doing it all my life it's a yeah it's more naked I think and more I like that emotionally make events your we are I guess I guess I'm just developing into where I can and do more personal you know stuff from better pitch and just things I've been working on and starting a tour helps what's interesting tell me what you're getting from learning how to sing I mean Lyndon taking formal lessons well just real simple stuff but you know to have a lot of foundation get a lot of air and use your diaphragm and I notice now when I yeah if I'm having trouble with the note it's really because I don't have the foundation there to you know get a lot of air in my stomach and my diaphragm and now and open my mouth wide you just learn real simple things that you think you do but you don't really and then practiced appeared shin arm the articulation yet it's just things like that trumpet with the you know are hitting every know precisely in June so it's good to take lessons and study like that because then you have you do what you're doing and somebody can criticize you and in a nice way they're real nice to me the real encouraging was there another change it having to be says taking lessons that something happened emotionally that left you more open to this kind of material all I got sober eight years ago and I don't drink or take drugs or do anything like that and I think that left me teachable before that I thought I was really cool and I knew everything so now you want to take lessons I thought I was better than the teachers you know however we just didn't know what I was doing in the night when I got sober the I found out there was a lot of stuff that I didn't know and that people didn't use me not because they didn't like me or anything because I couldn't produce what they wanted now I'm trying to get to be able to do anything any composer might want when you were playing in the nineteen fifties bop was the thing and very few of the instrumentalists sang did you sing back then and were you self conscious about singing at all yeah I was always self conscious about saying and I I wanted is saying but it's so personal saying and I started singing with Benny Goodman's band that was about nineteen fifty eight and I wrote a song and Benny let me say he was the first band leader there whatever let me saying Stan Kenton when let me say no because yours was afraid I would say something to off color which I probably would've did your reputation for doing that yes are we our work with many Bruce and I was trying to kinda emulate him at the time what kind of work do you do with any review of it in the band plan playing at the club or something we are burlesque I work with them on a Bruce we worked our without his wife honey and Joe mania and out of Philly Joe Jones and Kenny drew and leroy Vinnegar we have quite a real good band there and we played burlesque in a place called Duffy's and Los Angeles and then let me was the comic and we did all kind of come he would write stuff and we'd act out we did the man with the golden arm and I really like your own version of that yeah a burlesque version but I must have been interesting there was there was funny I think I think it ended up where the guy flush the dope down the toilet and then let me so there's nothing there's only one thing to do is smoke the toilet those are so funny now are you really had to be there that's Jack Sheldon speaking to Terry gross in nineteen ninety three he died last month at age eighty eight more after a break this is fresh AIR support for NPR comes from this station and from Warner brothers pictures presenting just mercy based on the true story of a modern hero starring Michael B. Jordan Jamie Foxx and brie Larson now.

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"sheldon" Discussed on A's Plus

A's Plus

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on A's Plus

"The f. b. I. schwartzman offensively is is walk to strikeout. Ratio has always been good in the minor leagues. I get up zucca flirting learn arm. <unk> stolen cut stealing rates thirty three percents for his career so <hes> i really talented. Did i mean i can't breath flow across the league's of two-way thread up both sides of the baseball if any catcher in the minor so <hes> <hes> definitely nice up in the big leagues in a kind of a tough year. I had a knee injury <hes> three twenty in vegas but it's skin sporadic times farsi abet so it's nice for him to be up there and does limit on the east. It's as far as the talent don on wor yeah. He's really an exciting player. I i think <hes> you know it's probably fair to say he somebody that could potentially be an everyday catcher for the space at the big league level at some point in the next few years correct yes dumber monster as far as timetable and that'll be we'll see what happens i mean i'm not in vaguely start really the other way so just a matter how he starts out we're independent race as far as long term potential our all star storks long-term really exciting yeah so i about murphy. It's almost like there's always crazy stories and you know the big leagues remember stephen vote. I mean he's a career. Three hundred hitter in the minor leagues start off cold has been star for tampa bay eggs wheat traded forum and he didn't get hit first ten at bats so he was like oh for twenty eight starters career and he's like a two time all star in a in a big time earth contributor for the as in giant so that's how you start back there were race for set the come up not scared for him to steam the ball right away like you said leases old-school junkyard step our so yes not a surprise i mean honestly i mean that bigly call up a lot of different ways but it definitely <hes> is not a free cursor start. The long-term shoulder noisy comes with that. I think quite a pedigree obviously a he was a second round. Pick of the national news involved in a very significant trade obviously to sean too little trait with the nationals gets. It's off to a little bit of a slow start after get scholar again. Another guy called up before september polyps. What have you seen from him. So far and what are your impressions. You've obviously seen him for a long time time now. 'cause i am as scattered. I'm even before the trade. Yeah i mean shelling noise. He's a tough kid. Kinda like max months for a dislike awesome stands at his body type. <hes> he's a very deceptive athlete am so quick in small spaces especially very nimble feet that hands <hes> strong on closing college intouch night bob miles an hour but now he can he can definitely really defend is a plus defender at third base. He's got about fifteen games over there. Now i can be a solid defender second base if not doc. It's not above average so sheldon came over to us. He's a career right at three hundred in the minor leagues the ball to all fields. He has power and does baseball player now. Paul blackburn comes back up. I think especially in the bay area people who policies you know he's from cod kost county his out from <hes> from brentwood out there <hes> you know he's i've been up and down a little bit and if you look at the numbers without kind of understanding what the p. c. L. is all about las vegas. The ballpark has turned into you might not go like okay. That's a great season but given the fact that las vegas is clearly playing like a hitters park and the p._c. L. is notoriously a hitter sleek. What do you think echina- season that paul blackburn put together <hes> paul. He's definitely pitch well this year. I'm not deaf p._c._l. Homerun rate up there is <hes> <hes> the numbers are pretty insane so really don't judge is either here. It is more strikeout-to-walk ratio and when you give up home runs one okay now you still could make a few more moves here in september and i know you've you've seen a lot of las vegas hate. Seuss's ardo is a guy who's he's obviously everybody gets excited about. The stuff is phenomenal. We've seen it during the spring left handed. What's <hes> you know. He's come back from injury yet. I had the a shoulder injury and he said a couple of other things. What if your impressions ben and what do you think maybe he might add. If he gets called up i mean he's he's a master. You go back to left handed starters that can though upper nineties with the dynamite scenes breaking ball will it plus command. It's twenty one years old <hes> along with sean murphy in the long term standpoint the chance to to be you know above average so lazardo. I've seen kitchen highschool tough focused. Is that a couple hiccups this year out of his control but when he gets that opportunity i mean who knows how he begins but the long-term stamp point. I'm pretty positive it up jason. <unk> has a chance to be an all star caliber. That's the major league level and same traders noisy which is really really astonishing and blake train and that was a that was a truly astonishing trade. When when everybody looks back on that one trade i mean still yeah sean doolittle still young people totally at the time especially matson what's and had did well for them to a great trade for both sides but yet really <hes> for the future really looks great for the as <hes> an interesting potential wildcard at las vegas agass. Matt harvey is there now. I think people remember him from the mets. He was an all star with the mets. You know working his way back from what was very disappointing season with the angels. Have you had a chance to see him and it could be do you think he maybe could be an option and relief. He's he's now pitching their differences interesting case. You've only had an awesome. <hes> starts as clear up the mets hit a bump in a road in anaheim but yes i saw it start in albuquerque top out at ninety five a couple of change up so so we'll see what happens new stolen in relief right now in business phil variety of roles next transition point career but as we've seen scott emerson is luck best. They did coaches out there. I think that the best out of <hes> pretty much tape.

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"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sheldon Harnick thank the yeah it'll be it'll be good to do part did you actually write out the syllables that you wanted zero must dial to sing well it wasn't that I necessarily wrote them for for zero but what happened was this when Jerry played me the the music he wrote they did the whole song in that kind of a specific chant and we decided that it would be great fun to preserve part of the chat and not just to write wall to wall lyrics for that for the song but my problem was I don't come from a background where I was comfortable chatting in that fashion and I thought okay I'll have to create some kind of syllables which give the effect of that kind of chat thing and I came up with the title is a vital the good the good deal that'll dumb which I thought was kind of fun and and sounded a little like the chanting but when we played the song for zero he said I come from a background I I don't want to do this syllables you've written is that okay with you if I do it the way I think it should be done I said absolutely as I can't sing it that way SO zero did it with his the stylistically it sounded quite offend to authentic yeah okay so Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bach in two thousand four Stephen skiable when using the sun what's your approach to doing that chanting part with exactly that I mean and never have heard that but that that is always what I heard was a sort of you know dot inning the only thing out add to that is and I stole this from Katrina lank who did a if I were a rich man on you tube with a violin is that the first time ten years says if I were a Ralph child the delights of even just sort of day dreaming that thing makes him kind of go off taxed in a way with laughter as well as the sort of dominating so that that is also something that I I like to explore with it is that because I'm he's expressing himself with words but then he goes off of words so it's interesting to try and figure out well why would he go off of words and one is for the the real fervent prayer to god which is the dominant but also just the delight of imagining myself with a hat and they came and all that is something that can make me laugh too and so I like to put a little laughter in as well all right so let's hear Stephen skiable singing then it's been a rust healed if I were a rich man this is sung in you yet is from the Yiddish production that's now underway in New York a fiddler on the roof and the cast recording will be coming out in the next few.

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"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"All I'm gonna go do. You got to be honest. I got into maybe like, you know, it pizza. Are you pizza girl? Pineapple on pizza. Come on. Ruined pineapple on pizza. It goes with ranch big pineapple person in general, that's probably why. Oh. See this interview just went downhill. Let's end it with this question though, in all seriousness getting back to racing as I said earlier, you've don't a little bit of everything. Now, you're over here NASCAR. What is your end goal? What your endgame where do you want to be kind of set down some roots and develop for a couple years isn't here NASCAR? Or is it somewhere else? I think it's here if I can make it's a Cup and competitive car then. Finale back with no regrets. You know? So I think the next two years are really important. I think I really need to come out and prove myself in the truck series next year. I need a win and ensure that can do it and then good exchange and do the same thing. So I think that's what it's gonna take takes good sponsors nowadays. And and good partners to make it happen. But if I if I up in a competitive Cup car, I mean, I'll I'll ride it out until tilt Tober and tell them. Done racing. Forty weakens e. Sheldon greed. Thanks for being on the podcast luck in your four races. And wolf to stick to. Thank you..

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"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"All I'm gonna go do. You got to be honest. I got into maybe like, you know, it pizza. Are you pizza girl? Pineapple on pizza. Come on. Ruined pineapple on pizza. It goes with ranch big pineapple person in general, that's probably why. Oh. See this interview just went downhill. Let's end it with this question though, in all seriousness getting back to racing as I said earlier, you've don't a little bit of everything. Now, you're over here NASCAR. What is your end goal? What your endgame where do you want to be kind of set down some roots and develop for a couple years isn't here NASCAR? Or is it somewhere else? I think it's here if I can make it's a Cup and competitive car then. Finale back with no regrets. You know? So I think the next two years are really important. I think I really need to come out and prove myself in the truck series next year. I need a win and ensure that can do it and then good exchange and do the same thing. So I think that's what it's gonna take takes good sponsors nowadays. And and good partners to make it happen. But if I if I up in a competitive Cup car, I mean, I'll I'll ride it out until tilt Tober and tell them. Done racing. Forty weakens e. Sheldon greed. Thanks for being on the podcast luck in your four races. And wolf to stick to. Thank you..

NASCAR Sheldon two years
"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Today's guest is two thousand eighteen Arkham Sheldon creed children is running final four races of the truck series this season with GM's racing kind of still making that move some off road to payment and going in circles. So I wanted to catch up with jeld. I appreciate GM s offering him. And I'm really really glad I did it. I have to admit Sheldon is not somebody that I know berry. Well, of course, I've heard of him since he's been running Arca. He's run a few Canaan races. He's made and -tunities star. Of course. Now some truck starts, but I really didn't know Sheldon's fullback around, and I left this interview really really excited because it was more than I thought it was gonna be Sheldon was a great mood was very talkative. I really learned a lot about just how extensive was back rounded EMMY, listen on it is. He's been in stadium super trucks. He's competed against Robby, Gordon. He's won a gold medal at the X games. He's competed in auto racing. He he he's just he's kind of done it. All of course, he started in in carts and things like that. So it was really exciting. I'm really glad I did it wonderful conversation. When through a lot of racing stuff. He's going to tell you why he thinks that watching you know, off road and stadium trucks a little more excited in watching NASCAR. So I thought that was interesting kind of has a point, you know, it's all about that. Attention span we kind of fight over pineapple on pizza once once we get into some personality type question. So a lot here too tight jest with Sheldon once again, just wonderful conversation. I appreciate GM s and for setting this up for for offering him up. And yeah, he went out and ran martinsville. If you're listening to this Sunday night yesterday, and he's gonna run Texas Phoenix and homestead and who knows what's going to happen. For that. So he definitely wants to be a NASCAR. And he is on his way to doing that. So still getting used to the pavement stuff. So getting used to going in circles. So let's get to it's again, really really really good in review wonderful twenty one year old. That's another thing that will come up. He tried to make myself and Ashley his PR Raphael old. But get great conversation. Really looking forward to it. Please send any feedback. You have to Twitter you can follow me at Kelly Crandall. I hope you're subscribing. If you like this episode, make sure you have subscribed. If left a rating in review, go through the archives..

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"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Today's guest is two thousand eighteen Arkham Sheldon creed children is running final four races of the truck series this season with GM's racing kind of still making that move some off road to payment and going in circles. So I wanted to catch up with jeld. I appreciate GM s offering him. And I'm really really glad I did it. I have to admit Sheldon is not somebody that I know berry. Well, of course, I've heard of him since he's been running Arca. He's run a few Canaan races. He's made and -tunities star. Of course. Now some truck starts, but I really didn't know Sheldon's fullback around, and I left this interview really really excited because it was more than I thought it was gonna be Sheldon was a great mood was very talkative. I really learned a lot about just how extensive was back rounded EMMY, listen on it is. He's been in stadium super trucks. He's competed against Robby, Gordon. He's won a gold medal at the X games. He's competed in auto racing. He he he's just he's kind of done it. All of course, he started in in carts and things like that. So it was really exciting. I'm really glad I did it wonderful conversation. When through a lot of racing stuff. He's going to tell you why he thinks that watching you know, off road and stadium trucks a little more excited in watching NASCAR. So I thought that was interesting kind of has a point, you know, it's all about that. Attention span we kind of fight over pineapple on pizza once once we get into some personality type question. So a lot here too tight jest with Sheldon once again, just wonderful conversation. I appreciate GM s and for setting this up for for offering him up. And yeah, he went out and ran martinsville. If you're listening to this Sunday night yesterday, and he's gonna run Texas Phoenix and homestead and who knows what's going to happen. For that. So he definitely wants to be a NASCAR. And he is on his way to doing that. So still getting used to the pavement stuff. So getting used to going in circles. So let's get to it's again, really really really good in review wonderful twenty one year old. That's another thing that will come up. He tried to make myself and Ashley his PR Raphael old. But get great conversation. Really looking forward to it. Please send any feedback. You have to Twitter you can follow me at Kelly Crandall. I hope you're subscribing. If you like this episode, make sure you have subscribed. If left a rating in review, go through the archives..

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"sheldon" Discussed on Click

Click

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Click

"The way that you can train the on successful stories that can you give warren pace or great expectations and it can kind of interpolate need it can you end up with two kenzi and radio drama by training in that way that's a great idea certainly there's ways i can imagine you you could do that but it would be really hard and the results probably wouldn't be that good the easier route is for me to define patterns that i think are interesting that are sort of in the language that the system already speaks how does the system come up with a satisfying plot so i defined the kinds of actions characters can take and plot really emerges when one character takes an action that causes another character to take different action in response and so forth so a concrete example of this would be let's say one character in salt and other character and that character who was insulted has a vengeful personality and so they decide i'm going to hatch revenge on that particular character that is slated me so that on some later date they lay down the plans for this revenge scheme then on some later date from that they decide to enact the first step in that so maybe they show up at the other person's business and they're going to burn down that business as a way to get back at them so it's the sort of actions begetting subsequent actions and so forth intel enough actions have occurred that plotline has emerged and critically that plotline is hopefully interesting and sheldon which is the system that bills the podcasts has ways that he can determine whether or not a story seems to be interesting james ryan glenn building from listening to that and this whole idea of generated stories what do you think it's fascinating and i think we can have a lot more about this whole definite this whole generation i well it's interesting the way that james says that as the creator actually what he would he would he's quoting himself read is defined if the patents.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"So one enterprising young activist high school student decided what the hell i'm going to run for governor that jack bergesen a 16yearold democrat from wichita he formed exploratory committee and launched his gubernatorial candidacy soon thereafter it seemed like a bunch of other kids cut the political bug as well and five of his peers have done the same does it give you a sense of 16yearold bergesen since platform this is what he said recently quote allow me to clear up a misconception i am not running for governor as a stunt or a gag i'm running for governor because of the minimum wage worker that has to work three jobs just to get by i am running because our education system has been lagging behind other states i'm running to get money out of politics but most importantly i am running to get as many people involved in politics as possible close quote so look i don't know a whole lot about these kids in their platforms and i think experience obviously is important but so is integrity and russian in willingness to serve i can vote in kansas but i want to applaud these kids efforts and wish them luck because service to your community is one of the most important things you can do well that's it for this episode of stay tuned thanks again to my guest sheldon whitehouse and thank you for listening if you like the show rate and review with an apple podcast thanks again for all the kind reviews the past few weeks means a lot send me your questions about news in politics tweet them to me at preap aurora even better give me a call at six six nine two four seven seven three three eight at six six nine two four.

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"sheldon" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Tommy's they're grown i'm not putting them in the same category believe me but still it is it is just amazing as you know donald trump has gotten a great deal of criticism by everybody it seems even a among a number of his allies regarding his public criticisms and his public what many people called bullying of jeff sessions and i'm watching the situation room with uh with wolf blitzer i think they ought to call it the vomit taurean but any way wolf blitzer says well actually senator sheldon whitehouse was was on the situation room with the with the wolf meister and he said that donald trump is bullying jeff sessions because sessions won't act improperly or illegally for him this is like a real objective observer right um i mean a sheldon whitehouse what does he said on he might siknani said on intel or judiciary one of the senate committees that has actually had jeff sessions and maybe donald trump jr uh possibly paul manafort i mean this guy is involved meaning sheldon whitehouse he's involved in this impeachment investigation and he's already coming to the conclusion that donald trump is bullying jeff sessions because sessions quote won't act improperly or illegally four him for donald trump and you know amazingly this has been the narrative that of many of the democrats and i don't know if republicans are saying that's why he's bullying they are saying that donald trump is bullying jeff sessions and it needs to stop but they haven't gone so far as to say that it's because shanshan's won't acted illegally foreign or or inappropriately foreign but of course many democrats and uh a number of them in positions to vote on whether there's been collusion and get involved in this whole russian investigation they've already had a rush to judgment on this in its it's just unbelievable to me um i'm gonna tell you right now that's not why he's doing it now i said this in the opening uh i i think he uh i think the way he's handling the whole jeff sessions thing meaning president trump i wouldn't do it that way and a lot of people i know wouldn't do it that way and a lot of presidents we've had in times past wouldn't go to this perhaps degree of you know embarrassing another person even logan all person has been loyal.

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"sheldon" Discussed on X96

X96

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on X96

"A lot of stuff there is here to tell us what's coming up this week on tv too much yeah this is officially starting the too many shows seige here we're we're right in the thick of it now he's an of too many show but it's also outlook is lawful not a lot of stuff you're going to spend a lot of time but what you've seen and how it is i've see too much bill i've seen through much young sheldon starts tonight don't care you're right in the it's a prequel new uh the big bang theory really the nineyearold sheldon it the sitcom no laughed wreck no live tracking which is unusual for cbs but it's narrated mary to budge from parse than three get away from him there is no escape now i heard it was kinda like a wonder years yeah my review says that are already sixyear six seasons worth of the wonder years on net lex just do that as your leisure often want this style yeah okay that's all this dealing i think the only cool twist of this is that they have the the the daughter of a sheldon's mom laurie metcalf laurie metcalf daughter plays the mother the younger mother okay get real life all in conjunction with no went sorts laurie metcalfe's daughter playing the mother of a young children that's kinda cool and lori caf is she's a very good actress yes in his egg bank theory as his ski slightly over her real wife daughter planes okay we don't watch the show so you don't know i got nowhere i should have clarified nods for people who don't watch that show also the me myself in iit the comedy the cut always forget his name bobby moynihan yes it is also.

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"sheldon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Giving up on sheldon richardson or trading him to the seahawks i guess i agree any a man this is tough this is really tough i mean it's just unbelievable i understand why the digested did it and i always got a year laughed i've always been a problem in the locker room for the new york jets i just i don't understand when did we become the farm system for the teams that have a really good shot of winning a super bowl brand of marshall to the giants david harris to the patriots sheldon richardson to this the adult see off i think it makes the sea off the best steve in the nfl i think they are now the team to beat i think that defensive line is that good the jets needed a wide receiver i guess you know they got the hawks the heard wide receiver and they'll try to make them the jets number one wide receiver incurs i don't know if they'll be any good to get a second round pick next year i understand why the jets did at the un of a lot of money wrapped up in that defensive line moguls wilkerson last year that got the pay letter williams eventually but it just russia because greedy is that a lot of people watching the jets you would i unfortunately our stock watching this deep every single sunday and we will for the remainder of our lives it's a miserable existence but i will tell you the one thing i enjoyed watching every single sunday was sheldon richards it because i know really in a secondhalf blitz year but that guy is active he's all over the field there's a lot of great stuff on the field not a great guy off the field but on the field is fun to watch and he's talented at i can't believe all the jets got workers in a second round pick and then was handed a gifted of the seattle seahawks who already had the best defence in the nfl people around the country don't realize because as that says you're not probably watching the jets.

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"sheldon" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"sheldon" Discussed on WTVN

"Appreciated sheldon in massachusetts helo sheldon millon i think the reason that i am frustrated because eu politicians will not even attempt to work together all we wanna do is get reelected an example of this to when trump won and pulled out of the paris accord elizabeth warren a immediately tweeted out how oh horrible it was my tweet their her was the program has just said he's going to try and rework work this yongkee if we can become in both the democrats won't even go to him and say here's my idea and maybe even be shot down or could maybe work together the problem is we are here working our butts off i happen to play golf with union pressman for the boston globe who couldn't be any further politically uneven a possible we took on over a beer after playing golf we agree on so much more than we disagree on bookies politicians won't allow us to to to give our input i don't think the media will either i don't think the media really in many cases on both sides want us to be able to talk to each other because that is true when we actually sit down with each other and you're not talking to the people who are in the throes of of naiding kings or or princes or you know appointing the neck or feeling like they can appoint the next person when you really get to the people who are looking at the problems i mean there's absolutely no reason we cannot solve this healthcare thing there's no reason we have we obviously can solve it we have to know what our objectives are and what is our objective to actually take care of the people who don't have healthcare knowing that no one's going to die because no hospital can turn somebody away so no one's going to die so let's stop with that but do we want to overrun our hospitals no we wanna find a way that we can care for people people who need the help okay let's find that now because that wasn't the real intention that was the stated goal but not the real intention under the obama administration what we've done is we've created a second problem and that is now no one who had a doctor her.

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