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Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018
"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com. We've got another little mini wine. Review here a little add on for a review. We did and loaded up on the cheap wine finder dot com website today. or inexpensive, but interesting wine. It's from fetzer. The Shelley Loam Monterey. And I think I found her six dollars. You know it's one of those winds everywhere. Trader Joe's has a two for a few bucks more than that, but this is regular wine shop. And burst from inner if you. Fully aware of it is from the House as region which is on the border of France, and Germany also one of the main winds from Austria and then the Alps in Germany. It's sweet wine. But it's got acidity, so it's not to spend I'm not a huge fan of sweet wines and I. Get it I mean. Cert- winds would have you, but when I'm having to I don't really need lying. But this one doesn't. Ever really. Advertise its sweetness, it just as good nectar sweet not. Not Sugar Candies tweet. It just has a lot of flavors and it's. Not your usual. Saab Yom Chartres Day the agrees Yo flavors. That got another whole. Array, of Very identifiable but different ones, and that's kind of cool and. One of the things I wanNA talk about since. You've probably seen it in the store. You know you think oh, cheap wine. is been around for fifty two years now, and they're no longer owned by the. I think the. FEDS started them owned by a Chilean company. They're kind of autonomous. North American headquarters. And they're an interesting company. The other ones are Stanley sustainably produced. They've got hundreds of acres that our Ganic. They've got a couple hundred acres that our biodynamic, which actually does whining vineyard prednisone wine techniques based on the basis of. And, they are a B. Corporation certified. Be Corporation I, got a link. It'll be a paragraph for the that's lit up. Feel blue and I'll tell you about that and it's. It's corporation like Ben and Jerry's one of them. Thousands Prophet with motive and. One of the things we're working on right now is tackling racism in corporal. So. They're kind of A. Company that's trying to do things right organic. AMEX Dana. Trying to the ethical in nature and make an expensive with good tasting, Y, you know it's kind of like well because. Most of the other. Companies ice cream. Bakeries. Something to do with that type of thing. wineries don't really put in that in that category, but they're the are. And so you're not just buying inexpensive. White wine kind of sweet that really sweet. Soa loads of Labor tangerines. All all sorts of stuff going on in a smells great, too. But it's made by a company that seems to be trying to do better,
Applications for jobless aid fall to still-high 1.48 million
"The number of laid off workers seeking unemployment benefits continues to decline each week well the weekly rate continues to go down just under one and a half million workers applied for unemployment benefits last week mark Hambrick is the senior economic analyst with Bankrate dot com we have seen declines for new unemployment benefits for twelve straight weeks but they have remained remarkably high levels above a million for fourteen consecutive weeks and what about the growing number of covert nineteen cases in parts of the country we look at a high degree of uncertainty right now certainty is something that makes it extremely challenging for employers as well as employees and and as we know from recent experiences the June jobs report is due out next week Shelley Adler Washington
Judge: Florida school shooting trial off indefinitely
"The death penalty trial of the man charged with killing seventeen people at a Florida high school is often definitely because of the restrictions related to the corona virus in a hearing held remotely Broward circuit judge Elizabeth Scherer said it's not even clear when the court house will re open to the public it's been closed since the middle of March Nickolas Cruz is charged with fatally shooting seventeen people and wounding seventeen others at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school on Valentine's day twenty eighteen his lawyers say Cruz would plead guilty in exchange for a life prison sentence but prosecutors have rejected that I Shelley handler
"shelley" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast
"I wanted to get across in the book that he was a very funny generous. Kind loving man. At the same time he was impossible to hello and welcome back to the vintage. Podcast with me denotes today on the podcast. We have a really special guest. Shelly Line Shelley was born in Scotland in one thousand nine hundred three and she was the youngest daughter of textile design. Not or as she calls him in. The book bury a knitwear designer Margaret Klein. She grew up in a house. Designed on botanist open plan grid with colorful gas panels set against forest trees. She said it was like living in a work of art. The pioneering colors and textiles designed by. Shetty's father Berry were a major contribution to nine hundred and sixty s and nineteen seventies style as a child shelley and siblings adored both the house and the fashion shows that took place there but as she grew older shut. He also began to rebel against her father's excessive design principles. The see through house is her book about saying by too much loved family. Home is a very funny account of looking after an adored yet parent and a pissing portrait of grief follows his death during this time of lockdown. I was really lucky to get hold of shelley in her own house to hear more about her wonderful writing and the wonderful house and man behind the book shelley. Thank you so much for joining us on vintage club cast especially in the strange strange time but I think it's probably quite out time to be talking about our interior lives and our houses. It's actually ready. Beats will be reading the books. I thank you so much for writing it. Well thank you for taking me on so you kind of in the book you cool the House. The an inside out house. I loved your descriptions of contradictory. Nature of glass is kind of here not here. Tell US Open about the house. And those people haven't read the book yet and a little bit about the background of how it was formed and how it came into being k Well the house was commissioned by my father in the sort of mid fifties nineteen fifties He had been traveling with my mother in Yorkshire and had come across this strange glass building. That really excited him and he knocked on the door and it. The person who owns said was actually the brother of the architect who had designed the house And he.
103-year-old beats coronavirus, asks for a beer
"Case perhaps feisty is one way to battle the corona virus that's how Jenny stain his granddaughter describes the one hundred three year old woman who's defied the odds and beaten coded nineteen stain a tested positive for the virus three weeks ago she was the first person ever Massachusetts nursing home to do so in the outlook was grim Shelley gun in our family and colder grandmother to say what they thought were their final goodbyes but state is survived and celebrated with an ice
Sales of existing homes plunge 17.8% in April to 4.33 million rate, slowest since 2011
"News on the real estate fraud as fallout from the corona virus continues to affect the marketers corresponded Shelley Adler sales of existing homes plummeted almost eighteen percent in April the national association of realtors says that last month's decline push sales down to a seasonally adjusted annual rate that's the slowest since September of two thousand eleven the median price for homes sold in April was just under two hundred and eighty seven thousand dollars that's an increase of almost seven and a half percent from a year ago sales were down in all parts of the country with the west seeing the biggest drop in twenty five percent the least affected region was the Midwest but those sales were still down twelve
Sales of existing homes plunge 17.8% in April to 4.33 million rate, slowest since 2011
"News on the real estate fraud as fallout from the corona virus continues to affect the marketers corresponded Shelley Adler sales of existing homes plummeted almost eighteen percent in April the national association of realtors says that last month's decline push sales down to a seasonally adjusted annual rate that's the slowest since September of two thousand eleven the median price for homes sold in April was just under two hundred and eighty seven thousand dollars that's an increase of almost seven and a half percent from a year ago sales were down in all parts of the country with the west seeing the biggest drop in twenty five percent the least affected region was the Midwest but those sales were still down twelve percent I Shelley
Small Business Owners & The Legalities Surrounding Covid-19
"Welcome to episode forty nine of the Common Sense. Show a MICA and we're ready to get this thing started. Let's do some social media. Shoutouts you can find us on facebook at facebook dot com slash the commonsense podcast instagram at the common sense podcast Twitter Sense C. E. N. T. S. Podcast and our show email is info at the Common Sense. Podcast DOT COM. We're GONNA get right into it with this week's this week in small business news. Let's go so in small business news this week. We have news out of Dallas and this is specifically referring to a salon owner. Her name is shelly. Luther and Shelly. Luther is the owner of a salon in Dallas Texas where she defied the government shutdown order and kept her business open and Some people have called her move. Selfish other people have lauded her move But you know the the reality is is that small business owners are feeling the pinch and that's why they feel like they need to do this. rightly wrongly. I'm not sure I'm not sure if I'm the one the call it right or wrong but what I can say. Is that at a certain point when you've been locked down and you have to feed your family and you're not eligible for unemployment or you can't get any government assistance or the government systems that you did get ran out. Some people feel the pinch of what's actually happening but first let's have. Cbs tells the story of Shelley. Luther in Dallas stay tune. Here's the news outside the courthouse. A small group of supporters gathered with and guns to watch the hearing on their phones and to cheer on. Shelly Luther determination has been made that you are in contempt of court as you can see. We are still open. The Salon owner openly defied. The governor's order that salons remained closed. Ripped OPPA cease and desist letter from the county and ignored a temporary restraining order from the court. If you would like to take this opportunity to dollars actions were self putting your own interests ahead of those of the community in which you judge Eric. Moyo offered Luther a chance to avoid jail time. He asked if she would apologize acknowledged she was wrong and agree to shutdown her business until Friday. But Luther would not yield. I have to disagree with you sir. When you say that I'm selfish because eating my kids is not selfish. Up Hear Silence. They're going hungry because they'd rather feed their kids. So Sir if you think the laws work. Warton kids getting fed. Please with your decision. But I'm not the judge senator to serve seven days in jail please. One day behind bars for each day. Her business opened its doors while so many others stay. Shut so my question to you is what do you feel about shelly? This decision to keep her business open obviously in her words to the judge. She says she felt like she had a business not. She felt like she had children that she had to feed by keeping her doors open and she talked about her hair stylists who also had families to feed. Obviously she has some community support. She also has some people in the community who disagree with their action. But how I feel about it is. I feel that as small business owners right now. We ARE BEING SQUEEZED. So and of course it's all from St External environmental things that we can't control in last week's podcast. We talked about that with Ben Patois about dealing with things that we can't control the anxiety of trying to control such things and really at the end of the day. It's every small business owners. I guess how I come down is that it's every small business owners up or right to choose with. They WANNA do with their own business. Should they open should they? Should they open up prematurely as should they own Stay closed even here in Liberal Massachusetts. There is a Gulf owner of a golf course who also has declared that she is going to open her Gulf quote a courses prior to Governor Baker here Massachusetts letting her know that she can't let letting non essential businesses that they can or cannot do it. Why because she feels like if she doesn't open up soon enough then she is going to potentially lose her business. You know I feel for everyone. Who's in the situation and of course and I am as well Jonathan. Of course we have bills to pay the bills not stopping. We've been able to defer some bills to pay down some bills to pay a bit of some bills but the bills. Don't stop they keep going. And while the bills keep going and wall some vendors have been understanding about where we are they also have bills. It's the trickle effect where everyone is being affected by the previous wave of a person not paying and ultimately at some point. If you remember in earlier podcast talked about how the bill is going to toll and things are GonNa be do and small business owners are going to have to pay. So Do I feel like shelly? Luther in Dallas is wrong for which he did. The answer is she. I my personal answer. Is I think that if she feels like she needed to do this. To protect your family. Then she did. She did what she had to do. And honestly if you have a family that you're trying to protect you know you could. There's going to be arguments on both sides. What is protecting your family's protecting your family. Not going back to work because you don't you don't make other people with other families sick or going back to work in actually making money so that you can support your family because there's going to be a tremendous downfall windfall effect on your family. I don't think that there's any real straightforward answers to what's right and what's wrong
Dallas Salon Owner Shelley Luther Travels To Michigan To Back Defiant Barber
"Carl Mann ki the defiant barber in a loss so we'll get a special visitor from Dallas today Shelly Luther the salon owner who went to jail because she stayed open in defiance of an earlier Texas order she'll visit ban ki today to show her support for the barber who was lost his
"shelley" Discussed on AP News
"Coronavirus update I'm Shelley after within a P. news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to cope with nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening showing out there AP news corona virus update I'm shortly after with an AP news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to covert nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening shortly after eight P. news comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six according to his daughter details of his death were not given I marches are a letter with a look at his career but not get too close it'll pick up part of the band I'm joking of course shall we go in and I'll show you around Fred Willard usually had small roles that were scene stealers like the colonel greeting the rock band in spinal tap and the announcer in best in show who knew nothing about dogs he also played Phil's father in the ABC series modern family willing first rose to prominence during sketches on Johnny Carson's tonight show and this Martin mall side kick on Fernwood tonight in twenty twelve he was arrested for suspicion of committing a lewd act at a Hollywood adult theater he said he did nothing wrong and no charges were filed Willard's final role is on the upcoming Netflix series space force skin doctors suddenly you're looking at a lot of toes whether by email the picture or video visit as concern grows that for some people a sign of the corona virus may pop up in an unusual spot they're being called Kobe toes red sore and sometimes itchy swellings on the toes something doctors normally see on the feet and hands of people who spends a lot of time outdoors in the cold the most common corona virus symptoms remain fever dry cough and shortness of breath and some people are contagious despite never experiencing symptoms but as this B. will during virus continues to spread less common symptoms are being reported including loss of smell and taste vomiting diarrhea and now skin problems I'm Julie Walker thank you for listening.
"shelley" Discussed on AP News
"Coronavirus update I'm Shelley after within a P. news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to cope with nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening shortly after AP news corona virus update I'm Shelley Adler with an AP news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to cope with nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening showing up there AP news comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six according to his daughter details of his death were not given I marches are a letter with a look at his career but not get too close it'll pick up part of the van I'm joking of course so we go in and I'll show you around Fred Willard usually had small roles that were scene stealers like the colonel greeting the rock band in spinal tap and the announcer in best in show who knew nothing about dogs he also played Phil's father in the ABC series modern family willing first rose to prominence during sketches on Johnny Carson's tonight show and as Martin mall side kick on Fernwood tonight in twenty twelve he was arrested for suspicion of committing a lewd act at a Hollywood adult theater he said he did nothing wrong and no charges were filed Willard's final role is on the upcoming Netflix series space force skin doctors suddenly you're looking at a lot of toes whether by email the picture or video visit as concern grows that for some people a sign of the corona virus may pop up in an unusual spot they're being called Kobe toes read sorenstam times itchy swellings on the toes something doctors normally see on the feet and hands of people who spent a lot of time outdoors in the cold the most common corona virus symptoms remain fever dry cough and shortness of breath and some people are contagious despite never experiencing symptoms but as this B. will during virus continues to spread less common symptoms are being reported including loss of smell and taste vomiting diarrhea and now skin problems I'm Julie Walker thank you for listening.
Ted Cruz gets haircut at Dallas salon after owner released from jail
"Texas senator Ted Cruz was on Hannity last night sporting a new haircut I got on the plane first thing this morning flew to Dallas and and and went in to get my hair cut that is hair cut by salon owner Shelley looser who spent two days in jail for defying state orders not to re
Ted Cruz gets haircut at Texas salon after owner released from jail
"Texas senator Ted Cruz was on Hannity last night sporting a new hair cut I got on the plane first thing this morning flew to Dallas and and and went in to get my hair cut that is here cut by salon owner Shelley looser who spent two days in jail for defying state orders not to
Sen. Ted Cruz Gets Haircut At Dallas Salon A La Mode After Owner Shelley Luther Released From Jail
"Senator Ted Cruz got his hair cut at the Dallas salon whose owner was jailed for opening early crews visited salon Alamo this morning to get a trim from owner Shelley Luther she was given a seven day jail sentence for violating governor Greg Abbott stay at home order a Luther was released yesterday after an order by the Texas Supreme
Chicago Weather: Freeze Warning Ahead
"Forecast freeze warnings up tonight we're down to thirty two degrees and knocking on the door of record cold for Chicago our record low at o'hare's twenty seven from nineteen eighty three early tomorrow morning forty one degrees this afternoon thirty two tonight with a freeze warning in effect sunshine Saturday fifty six and then what weather for mom's day Sunday showers high fifty two from the weather channel meteorologist Scott Lori Moore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty Mary Shelley out there right now just forty one at the lake forty three at midway forty one officially
Sen. Ted Cruz Gets Haircut At Salon A La Mode After Owner Shelley Luther Released From Jail
"Senator Ted Cruz stopped by Dallas today told get here cut at salon ala mode the shop owned by Shelley Luther was jailed for refusing to close our store and ignoring a restraining order national outcry some support came after Luther was released from jail yesterday afternoon following governor Abbott's order amended order prohibiting her from being put in jail senator Cruz sat in the chair wearing a mask while having his hair cut and seem satisfied with the effort even though Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther is now out of jail that does not mean that she's out of the woods quite yet KRLD legal analyst at Klein says Luther did more than simply defy governor Abbott's order in opening her salon before she was legally allowed to less file lawsuit against her about the the city and county nonessential business closing order and judge Eric Moy a issued a restraining order requiring her to close and be in compliance which that is the order that she defied which led to her being jailed Klein says looters simply out on bond while the city's legal case against makes its way through the
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott allowing hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons to open on Friday
"The Dallas salon owner who defied an executive order to shut down her business amid the coronavirus response has been released from jail early meanwhile hair nail in tanning salons in Texas can legally re open today let's go to Texas right now ABC news correspondent Jim Ryan joins us from Dallas Jim good morning can you tell us more about what the scene is like in Texas yeah great well people can actually get their hair cut legally again today a week ago yesterday Shelley Luther as made a mention of re opened her salon against the orders of governor Greg Abbott against the mayor of Dallas and the county judge she said that she simply couldn't afford to stay closed anymore that she needed to road nineteen employees back on the job so she opened it against the law essentially did citations were written a temporary restraining order was issued she appeared in court this week to answer that you are open and was given seven days in jail she spent forty eight hours of that in jail before the Texas Texas supreme court yesterday ordered that she'd be released today she can quickly open because salons nail salons and tanning salons are all being allowed to re open today but with some pretty stringent restrictions correct the what are those restrictions Jim well the the tanning stations in these mail stations and their stations all have to be six feet apart lowers the stylus have to have the the the six speed distance between them in the next I listen the next workstation will be wearing gloves that the the customers will be wearing masks and in the waiting area they'll have to maintain a six foot separation there as well if there's not space they'll have to simply wait outside most of the stylists are doing appointments only not taking walk up
Texas lieutenant governor pays fine for jailed salon owner
"I know Texas del salon owner is out of jail following a ruling by the Texas Supreme Court Shelley Luther was released from the Dallas County jail just a few hours after the state Supreme Court justices made their ruling yesterday governor Greg Abbott modified his executive order on Thursday as well saying that business owners who re opened early should not be
Governor softens order over jailed Texas hair salon owner
"A hair salon owner jailed for re opening her business is now free a Dallas hair salon owner was released after spending two nights in jail for opening her salon despite a state order to keep them close Shelley Luther went to jail Tuesday after District Court judge offered her a choice apologize and shut down the salon or spend seven days behind bars there's attorney immediately appealed today the Texas Supreme Court ordered Luther released Texas governor Greg Abbott who met with president trump also changed his initial state order to protect people like Luther from jail time but some legal experts say the judge in the case was just doing his job on Friday all Texas salons will re open with
Fundraising Page for Jailed Dallas Salon Owner Hits $500k,
"Fundraiser for Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther explodes by the minute after she is jailed for refusing to close her business and actually that's not why she was jailed she was jailed because she refused to apologize to the judge who called her selfish for opening in the salon up in that yesterday we played the audio of her where she said I'm not selfish I have to disagree with you I'm quoting when you say that I'm selfish Sir because feeding my kids is not selfish I have hair stylist that are going hungry because they'd rather feed their kids so Sir if you think the law is more important than kids being fed then go ahead with your decision but I am not going to shut the salon so she would apologize and she wouldn't shut the salon so we put her in jail what we talked about this is an outrage yesterday and everybody seems to agree with that well like since there are audience certainly agrees with that the go fund me page that was set up to help her with their legal woes last night let's see at the time of this writing the go fund me pages receive more than three hundred and thirty six thousand and it rapidly continuing I checked it about six this morning so can you check it real quick the the Shelley Luther go fund me page when I saw it was about five hundred thousand it was just about to crack five hundred thousand this morning what is it now do you know just over five hundred
Texas governor eliminates jail time as punishment for defying stay-at-home order
"Engines Texas governor Greg Abbott tissues in order eliminating jail is a punishment for not following state home orders and that it says this does supersede any local order and it will be retroactive to April second this comes following the jailing of Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther addicts as criminals should be released from jail only to be replaced by business
"shelley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Light what is that girl is a girl total name Shelley we saw this look here's me at a gigantic tortoise wheels five hundred year old tortoises ride a bike together it's the turtles chiming in yeah Hey but our bike in all fairness it's a six feet apart from each other woman does this work god why you're a because of god's listening I doubt if he is not this not all this you know how does this work god you make the coolest of both lovable relatable animals dogs last about seven to eight years twenty seven to twelve years eighteen of their two hours eighteen if they're too who was but then you turn those are like five hundred years old I know I know of thank god can we flip flop bet just until I die the one at the zoo yeah the famous picture at the zoo of the same total and standing next to them in nineteen ten with the with the umbrella and all the nineteen ten garb same turtle let's say you could go to the zoo right now it's a Hey Mister curling never agencies like what looks the same to one of my best friends is a turtle I went over to his house he said I'll be right back I'm going upstairs so I was in his basement look at all those terrible pictures there was a total picture him at Plymouth rock when the appeal court's ruling ending right and then there's one to suit every picture of the food well when you carry around your own house I guess you're right you're just like I'm plopping down here for the next day or the year twenty years later the original trailer parks yeah okay so another thing it says that the take off dirty shoes and clothing yeah okay that's that's like an Asian Japanese there all right yes ancient Chinese secret yeah some people of you go take your shoes off just don't come in my house at all people with those yellow chip type come on just say it no not you honey she gets defensive handed she just yelled out okay super germ carrier shoes are germ carriers and I'm going to implement this call they can also pick up germs and bring a germ so full from now on when you come into my house I'm gonna purchase these hospital gallons and will request request the A. get naked and put these hospital grounds do we get the socks with the gritty things on the bottom yeah yes let it all hang on they added that reminds me of the Seinfeld when he would win the shoe lace would touch the bathroom floor block out any throw over the absolute and he'd go out it's another peered at home and I'm not touching that that's that that's what I'm going to do to wrap it up it's wash your hands thoroughly after you unpack your things this is a practice I've been you know Zach what things your grocery all okay I threw everything I finishes up like you don't wash your hands you know so why don't we wash your hands before you leave the car touch that or I'm wash him again before you touch your other debt or not close the door wash them again before you take your groceries put your groceries away wash your hands again are you serious yeah absolutely were surveyed say a new protocol the wet house comedian Alex Rimando joins the show when we return though let's check in with the Bloomberg money minute on newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. this is Bloomberg money minute stocks are lower after three straight days of gains the US has overtaken China as a country with the most recorded coronavirus cases that's after a large jump in infections in New York now our economic fate is up to the house of representatives lawmakers expected to give final approval to that historic two trillion dollar rescue plan then heads to president trump meantime the president has a new angle and is back to work drive he told governors of federal governments will rank counties according to their risk of corona virus outbreak the president said that will help local authorities make decisions about keeping or relaxing social distancing measures hurts is said to be discussing options with banks to raise cash the car rental company did not respond to a request for comment and what are American gamblers turning to win most sports are dark eastern European table tennis ping pong matches from Russia and Ukraine accounted for nearly sixty percent of the funds bet on draftkings over the past week Corning done hope Bloomberg radio a.
"shelley" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Yeah. I know you're from Australia but sounds like you got a little country in Eh. You know what I think it's been from touring around the US. go on the road like three months at a time and we'll just listening listening to country radio so never really I definitely think instead powered pickup drive and country music like all throughout the year. I mean next few bluegrass record. I'll make sure we get the word out about that. Adamson they'll be plenty of waves. You and I both share a love in a huge respect for and admiration for Tim Mention yes. He is is kind of a renaissance man and he has one of the most beautiful songs for this time of year that I have ever heard and we get to hear. Are you sing it for us. So let's let's do that you know what's a short conversation before Christmas raw going to take some time away with our families but I'd love to hear white wine in the Sun Shelley Nichols version of Tim Mention. Thank you said this in such a nice way to get into today. We're in. I wanted want German. Oh it's it's been a lot of fun for me too so thanks very much so whenever you're ready I don't knows rob going back on this one so this song makes us a little bit homesick. I guess living in La. We're not we that too much sunshine. Decide where the here is a team mentions white wine listen oh Chris I know that. Just this really like rather break bread. We talk and then Desmond Tutu to be on and all of Jackson's to unseat. The compassion is ation ancient religion and to the Westernization of a dead Palestinian press ganged into selling playstation. And being looking to. ooh ooh You don't go in show wisdom. Don't believe just Kasai. Da Da in mean that they are were. Give the Free Church Nice. The lyrics dodgy Yes I have all of these objections to the miseducation of children who then then taught to externalize blame. Feel ashamed and judge things. As Plain Ri- The saw.
"shelley" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"I understand was Shelley was saying this morning that when she sad you know it's it makes sense because technically that guy was a live was all lies so it's almost like he didn't exist and so here's this guy and who knows what could have transpired with this relationship had other person not been fake but his pain is real and the fact that he got rejected Israel and Sir so I don't know I don't know that maybe I don't work I'm good you know what you like the producers know the gentle story going into it on the floor and they just keep it a secret like a bomb shell it'll be a great fit Natalie yeah it's hard for me to defend this guy I mean a first I'm like well you know he's dating a girl and says I'm dating a girl I love you but I am going on the bachelor at by the way then I think you there are huge red flags for her and I think it's kind of hard for her to then come back around a goal well I was deceived Korea were you deceived because the guy told you he's one of the bachelorette in the poor the bachelorette is at the end to get married so I don't know you got to see you now apparently he told this girl no matter what happens this whole thing is just for my career and apparently hers too I don't know what this other girl does okay with that I don't know so I think this girl as some culpability to in this like if I'm dating a girl and she goes I'm really into you I love you in fact but I'm gonna go on the bachelor I'm like now for us yeah I mean that's really deny that that girls not stupid first date you know what I have a son if we're talking about Hannah though but I'm also saying is it's not impossible that he developed feelings for her in the moment and realize his plan was was was not going to work sure you know it it's not it's not impossible in this guy gently guided as I did as a slimy thing over here but I actually can't believe the feelings I have for you and I I want to be with you and I really wish I hadn't done that and if that's not possible he should have said that are you should explain you know I I really screwed up before I came here and I didn't realize is gonna happen she probably would have gone with that but I feel strongly about a woman to propose to her I hope I'm willing to do that one time in my life I really do which is one of the reasons I'm probably not gonna go on the bachelor bachelor at whatever and get myself into all that but if I start to get down in the in a girl goes no I love another guy more I'm gonna have a real hard time being like all well that didn't work out here I am I'm here waiting for you I'm ready to do it I just out of self respect I'm probably gonna be like you didn't pick me it wasn't meant to be let's just go our separate ways I'm probably not going to go here I am whenever you're ready probably not I'm probably not going to do that you never know what time to what our rights as far as Zach line to cut.
"shelley" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"shelley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"shelley" Discussed on The Dirty Bits
"Don't worry this is the dirty votes. We are recording warning from Grossman Hospital in the very rainy San Diego because George has pneumonia. And I've been here taking care of him does she. uh-huh which means productions been a little bit tough so we decided to kind of take it a little bit back to the original roots of the show here as some of you may know we started this in two thousand sixteen. It was inspired by me reading George. These different articles that I'd find in summarizing them. Those phones tones. So we'd be basically we would be in bed at night and I would be on some site reading about like Catherine the great and her penis chairs and I'm like Kathryn like Oh my God. This is ridiculous and and we figured that would be a fun show was born. So that's how we're going to be doing probably the next couple of episodes because George is probably going to be here for a little while it and everybody who already knew that thank you so much for all of the kind words and well wishes and everything. It's been really really keeping his spirits up. It's been keeping my spirits up. It's really nice to here missing lovely so thank you So this is going to be the style of the show today. Let me know what you think of it. This is how it started so either way. It's probably fun for them onto right. Yeah Yeah I mean it's either this sir no show. This is her no show but if you guys like it we can do some more episodes besides like this. This episode is dedicated to Devon Panda. Because so long ago. She asked me Mary Shelley and Mary Shelley on my list forever Burton. I'm finally doing it. And it's for that lovely. Lovely Person Awesome. Do you know who Mary wollstonecraft. Godwin Shelley is insider. She did Gra anything else. That's buckle up okay so mary. Shelley's name has been waiting patiently on my episode list for over a year. Now as I mentioned and and I've been a little conflicted about telling her story because one of the reasons I love producing a show about history is due to the fact that everyone is very much dead. Nobody it can be embarrassed or offended any sarcasm or SAS which makes it much easier to refund my subjects without a whole lot of hesitation. This woman is alive now. You know we'll find did right Frankenstein. Mary was a little bit different for me. Not because she's dead but she wants wrote in eighteen in twenty. If you're my friend I can tell you a history that would open your eyes but I shall certainly never make the public my familiar confidante a Laker. Well she just straight ranum said like I don't want people know my shit. Yeah I like oh I don't blame her. Either course. Her life was nothing short painful tumultuous but the history she mentions it is I opening. She's completely right. After two hundred years since writing of her disinterest and revealing her private life to the public I think enough time has passed to say that she probably won't find out So you wanted to honor her. I was very conflicted between honoring her and then realizing that she ain't here anymore. So I decided in the end teller story. She's not going to be embarrassed stuff so mary. Shelley was born in seventeen ninety seven to the famous philosopher William Godwin when and Mary wollstonecraft the feminist philosopher and writer she was named Mary Wollstonecraft. Godwin rolls off the tangent. So hard to pronounce Sir Wollstonecraft. So Mary Shelley. Who is right now? Mary Wollstonecraft Goblin. She didn't just share with their mother. They shared that same de Gaffe attitude food. So many rebels are known for some Mama. Mary wollstonecraft work. Like many of the women and season three was overshadowed by her personal life. She's often referred to as the godmother odd mother feminism despite. What was sadly very brief career so mary? Shelley's mom Mary Wollstonecraft to okay. She's remembered for for writing a vindication of the rights of woman in Seventeen Ninety two where she made this totally crazy outlandish claim that women shouldn't be considered like some guys possession Russian and they even deserve the same basic human rights that men were given crazy so outrageous. She even called out the double standard in regards to policing women's sexuality ability most of all it really stood out to me how much she stressed. The importance of girls and women receiving an education when I read vindication high school ten years ago about always appeared to would be at the core of nearly every passage was educate women educate girls that was like the main message and the book was actually really well received at the time to which was really cool. Cool like people were reading it and going this makes a ton of sense. I'm super down with everything. She Sang. Like let's enroll daughters in school. Women's rights stuff Rad Moshe. Yeah Yeah people were down. It was hope you're going to be quite a bit it does. There's no reason to keep women ignorant. It's less sure dictator in a man uh-huh so hers going great everybody's down love and Mary wollstonecraft rate so then. She gives birth to her daughter who grows up to be Mary Shelley but her placenta broke during delivery so she died the following month which was unfortunately very common in the time period comes out noon. Newnan when it's during delivery and it breaks you can get sepsis because the PLA and it didn't help either that the guy that was delivering in her daughter he had just done like an autopsy. Didn't wash hands just went straight from the right to deliver. Yeah which was like no big deal the time again you you know they're like I don't know what happened. So she dies and her husband William totally heartbroken he wrote. I firmly believe there does not exist her equal in the world. I know from experience. We were formed to make each other happy. I have not the least expectation that I can now ever know happiness again. We'll all yeah so then in his next thought naturally is the best way to honor. Mary is going to be to publish the rest of these beautiful works that she wrote and let the rest of the world know what an amazing person she was and they can still learn from her wisdom even though she's bed right and that's yeah. It's truly a lovely thought but neglected to recognize. What a horrible fucking idea that was to be in the nineteenth eighteenth century and led a bunch of people read about these numerous extramarital affairs children from those affairs and multiple multiple suicide attempts attempts to? Oh Yeah it was very nice. Kind of oblivious oblivious oblivious philosopher William Godwin he was the kind of guy that would have had like a beard appeared and tattoos and smoked weed responsibly and owned a business. You know he was kind of one of those guys go. Yeah they were super hipster he can give shit when anyone all slot plot. He was asleep. Chill philosopher Dad and he taught his daughter that Mommy kicked ass that's progressive and cool is just kind of funny that he was like shocked that it was a scandal. Aw He was a little too chill as well when it came to finances and he was in mountains of debt he started to get overwhelmed and consequently wiped up a woman named Mary. Jane Clairmont in eighteen one. He got remarried now Mary. Jane had two kids and a very short fuse. Nobody particularly cared for her. Except up to William and his daughter. Mary Shelley particularly hated the Stepmom so Mary didn't have conventional education but it was still very advanced regardless she had a governess daily tutor. She was sent to stay with the radical William Baxter and his family later radical they were radical in the true sense. We're not like so cal. Radical not anarchists. They were very very progressively leftist kind of thing especially for the time like they were like like they were kind of hippies. See I so. Her Dad writes a letter to Baxter and he goes. I am anxious that she should be brought up like a philosopher. Even like a cynic Samarah. Mary goes off to stay with the Baxter's and daughters and she hits it off with them so well that she goes back for another ten months but people just send their kids. Oh yeah totally. He's he's wherever you're going to go stay with your aunt in the countryside for a year kids money same same thing now even uh-huh walkway good log. So it was during this time. She's going back and forth between the Baxter's in her house. She probably met Percy Shelley. So Percy Big Big Fan of her Dad William Godwin. He came from the upper crusty Ganley. That wasn't too keen on his whole. Give all of our money to the poor philosophy. He picked up from Godwin's so-called radical piece entitled Political Justice. which really was just political justice? But Percy was like stupor excited to meet him right so he gets this opportunity and he's like Oh my God William Godwin such an honor like seriously changed my life. There's anything yeah I can ever thank you. I would love to help out. Just let me know who offers rockstars and Godwin goes well. You know I do the soul crushing debt. Because I'm really bad with money and Percy goes yeah yeah of course cinemark done my man. I got this. I'M GONNA take care of. I know we gotta Percy so. Then he meets Williams daughter Mary inbound chicken and she sees him right back she goes WANNA go for a walk through the cemetery and make out on my mother's grave that is creepy. Can't say no to that. Yes the goth girl does not matter so they start hooking up in the churchyard when she's sixteen and he's twenty one all the weather's great is that confirmed the tradition Russian we. We know that's what they say. WHO's tradition came up with us? Not like that kind of tradition like that is the traditional story. Told I'm pretty positive from what I read. That they may not have like actually hooked up on her mom's very but like in the church here the big bully grave a little bit much well and I'll get more into that story goes on but it has some significance because it does seem super weird like that creepy and I'm pretty creepy and now a word from our sponsors answers back to the show so Percy's also still married to his wife at this time. Mary little go with this guy to likely likely because she dug his and these are words wild intellectual unearthly looks. Meanwhile her dad is pissed. Because it's been months and Percy has been sidestepping him every time he tries to bring him that whole debt relief program he was initially offered A. He's like you know you said you were going to have my dad. What's up so finally I? It's like you know it's actually been really tough getting to my money because my family thinks I'm all socialist and I want to be a poet. So they've you know Anna cut me off. Also I'm cheating beating on my wife with your daughter phone conversation. Well the thing is is. Mary couldn't understand my her. Father would possibly be opposed to her dating Percy and she eloped with him in France France in July eighteen fourteen and she took her stepsister with her. So the press finds out about this Brouhaha and they just absolutely. Lamb Bast William Godman. The news which must not have made living in that house will tense in the slightest so Percy Mary and Mary's stepsister..
"shelley" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"All right. We have done it. We've paid tribute to Pete Shelley. Now. He's resigned to the dust bent of history. Jeeze never skied him. Again. Can we be a nicer spot than the dust bin can lower pot? Altar of history. The thing above the fireplace of history the mantle. That sounds of the earth. Well, now, we're getting into geology, which we've promised never to do on this show again after the geology to bait of fourteen. Yeah. No. I just I appreciate him. He's a good songwriter by all accounts, a nice guy. So did he do like he was solo for a long time? And they got back together. They do any other side projects like movies or anything like that. You know of this to know not that I know of. I think he did his solo thing. And then went back to the Buzzcocks, and and that was his whole career. Shelley was open about his bisexuality. Yeah. There's there's nothing interesting actually in this thing, he moved to Stony in two thousand twelve. That's preferred choice hectic pace there to London. Estonia. I don't even know that was still a place. I got up like Bohemia or something is that where the the foreign exchange student in the Simpsons came from was it. I thought it was France. Oh, no, you're right. He bart. Went to France. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Could be I don't know Estonia. I think about keeping profile sometimes where I watched it long after most people stopped, but I've stopped at it's still going. That's been a long time since I stopped. Yes. Ain't here. I know. I see it because it's on right before. Bob's burgers, which are watch. But I don't actually watch it. I'll watch Bob Spurs on Hulu. So I don't even know that exists funny. I should like once in a while. I try to watch the Halloween episode some years, but I forget about it. It's just that the what I was complaining about as FOX shows on Sundays never watched them because of football makes it so if I tape them they get ruined. Football. Wait you watch football too. Don't know you. It's I see. Yeah. Because you're east coast at flex it. All up. Yeah. Right. I mean, I might watch football. That's none of your business. It really Scott. Discuss that particular thing. But even if I did it doesn't matters. That's not what I'm complaining about. I know you're baseball guy. But do you watch football or basketball or anything? Yeah. I watch football. And I definitely like basketball, especially the team Philadelphia. The players are very fun now has a team. Yes. They don't have WNBA team, which really disappoints me last year. I was watching the WNBA finals, and it was super fun next year. I'm going to go to a game. I realized I had to I'd have to Charlie three hundred dollars to go game. New York must have a WNBA DC. Right. I don't know maybe. But nothing which I think there should be. Anyway, the Sixers have some players that are fun like Joel Joel Embiid is a really funny guy. So they're fun to watch the six that's seventy Sixers cracked, which I think is one of the better names. Sports weird weird. Way to breed. Although not as weird as Pete for Peter like he'd just take off one letter Pete. We'll have a Jack for John. That makes no sense at all. I hate when people call him, Jack Kennedy. My God people ever call you check. When I was in tenth grade are and you know in the the first day of school in like, algebra or whatever math class. I was in the she said if you wanna go buy something else, please let me know. And I told her my name was Jack. And she called me Jack all year. She thought I went by Jack never went by Jack. I was just fucking with her. And she would call me a lot of time than I would not answer. But it's really not an effective way to to to mess with someone by saying when they ask you what name you wanna be called say something different doesn't it doesn't seem especially affect of. No, it was pretty stupid. I mean, it was no Mike hunt, which I you would occasionally here in school. And you would just think how can teachers not be wise to this by now? But maybe they were they joined it says much students problems. All right. We're done with Pete Shelley. I think we're gonna do a Christmas episode next. We'll see we'll see how it goes..
"shelley" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"We're back with Pete Shelley homo. Sapien his first solo album these were not very far apart in years. Although they were they were different different presidential administrations. First one was Carter, which oh I've never done. My Carter impression for you. Have. No, no, no. Of course to remind me. Go ahead. Now. Here's my Carter impression did not have sexual relations with that woman. That's wrong. And then less word is what's wrong, if you change the rabbit. It's right. But I forgot that you rabbit. But then this this Pete Shelley solo album, homo sapiens, was during the Reagan years everybody does it Reagan pressure. We all know it now, God die thousand points alight can't fit. All right. Special swing. Reagan. You'll also be. Oh, was it a baseball. Yeah. That seems fair those players were are really exploited. Yeah. But there they are millionaires, and they're going against billionaire. So I always support the lower person. I support thousand airs once you get into the millions. I really don't care about you. Hi there. So I just wish that those like all the organized sports people are in those unions would not cross the picket lines of up their strikes. So like the guys selling hot dogs. Dady dropping asterik. We're playing better. Oh, yeah. I'm dropping up. I'm giving truth to power. That's why I'm dropping out for being because I'll with the wire. You union should stick together. You got the hotdog vendors on strike because that's a powerful union. Hotdog vendors local eight seventy six. That would have much funnier. If you'd gotten away to make the eight seller goes eating something. Eight nine. Yeah. Should have. You know, it's not my full hotdog. Vendors are dumb and can't. Put the right numbers on their union. But. Anyway, Pete Shelley home safety in nineteen eighty one. Has first solo album and much different from the Buzzcocks in that. It's all like cynth- pop. Basically, I think the Buzzcocks stuff is much obviously more timeless. Sisley taken right out of the eighties. This weird that there's there's a sand. There's sounds that are like I think that that that punky, I guess you calling. That's called pop punk, whatever whatever that sound is is called. It's not it's much harder to place than something like this. Or even there's from the sixties there really is the place. There's something about that other sound that I guess is just used so much more. Yeah. Years. Well, I think like guitar bass drums is much harder to pin down than since pop. Like when you hear this at least, an eighty one you're like, oh, yeah. Of course. It was right. Right. Although still pretty early on onto the synth pop shit. So good for you chilly. It's a lot of people. Don't get it. When they when they think of like this pop stuff being related to punk. But every like synth pop band of the time was like, oh, yeah. It was punked got me into music, and it is similar in a way. Like, it's it's kind of do it yourself music like a lot of these bands. Didn't even know how to use synthesizers, really. They just got him. Started making weird noises with them and thought it was easy. It's got some of the same spirit. And like when you think about the time line when all these bands came out. It was all after punk hit. So. They're weirdly connected. I just wish it what it didn't wasn't such a place in time. I wish there. I mean, they're they're still songs come out nowadays has lots of synthetic. I just like when that happens. Yeah. I mean, it is definitely of way more of its time than the Buzzcocks. But it's still good. Yeah. Still got some catchy songs and stuff. It's it's just and the first song which was my pick. Which was the big hit was even like a dance hit in the US strangely enough. Although it was banned by the BBC, why homoerotic content. Did they not understand that home of Sapien is different than was sexual? I'm sure they did. But then when you listen to the lyrics, it's pretty why would you listen to the lyrics job is BBC? No, it sure isn't your job is to made the soccer who's make other entertaining shows for the rest of the world and go back to your little thing and avoid doing Brexit. I said is Dr Who good? I just can't..
"shelley" Discussed on KCRW
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"shelley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"shelley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"shelley" Discussed on Brains On!
"Science were known as natural philosophers these concepts were so new that people didn't even have words to talk about them she didn't have the language and yet she put these things together in her her artistic imagination that hinted at something very interesting we are a lot can talk to mary shelley josephine johnston is a bioethicist that means she researches and thinks about the ethics of science and medicine a really simple evil i guess if accept out what we ought to do not just what we came to we are a lot can it came to mary shelley it's fiction but it it is asking the kinds of questions that people in my field off every day when mary shelley wrote her book new and powerful scientific discoveries were announced regularly things like electricity and the invention of the steam engine promised to change the way that humans lived their lives and mary shelley was posing questions about what we can and should do with these new powers in her story drew frankenstein was so eager to create life he didn't stop to think about what the end result would be turns out it was monstrous such a story is a chance to think about how you shut in shouldn't do science what kind of responsibility we have to think through the science we're doing the full we release it into the world to watch feel like the book is sort of an example of like i'm not to do science and now what can go wrong if you don't think about it except when you're up to and josephine says these questions are still ones we're asking today all the time there is no and happening today that is in some ways linked to tell you the kind of find she's imagining here there are discussions about bringing back extinct species sometimes called the extinction could we um use genetic technologies who recreate woolly mammoth or something very much like a willie ma'am of being able to create new kinds of beings good we have a little the genetic engineering in that area finds is very very lively right now and then you can see how the themes of the book the might apply that kind of work.
"shelley" Discussed on Brains On!
"Darren diet of november that i'd be held the accomplishment of my toils with an anxiety that almost amounted to agony i i collected the instruments of life around me that i might infuse a spark of being into the lifeless thing the laid my feet it was already one in the morning the rain battered dismally against the pains and my candle was nearly burnt out when by the glimmer of the half extinguished light i saw the dole yellow i of the creature open it breathed hard and a convulsive motion agitated it's limbs in the book victory in saint isn't used leaning to bring the featured to life that's in the movie but he does described a huge impact seen a tree blown apart by lightning human him in the teenager the catastrophe of this tria excited my extreme astonishment and i eagerly inquired of my father the nature and origin of thunder and lightning he replied electricity describing at the same time the various effects of that power he constructed a small electrical machine and exhibited a few experiments he made also a kite and a wire with string which which drew down that fluid from the clouds impotently muruli's book was written literacy with baid new exciting deal scientists across the world were experimenting with it in starting to understand its huge power some scientists were even using electrical current to make the muscles of dead bodies move but juliet berber the curator of an exhibit about mary shelley at the buck in museum in minneapolis says there was still so much that people didn't understand so there was a lot of interest in in reviving the dead and there was a lot of interest and experimentation with electricity but no one really knew yet how these things go together so there was no way for her to write about it in the way that we understand it today in fact the word scientists itself hadn't even come into use yet people involved in.
"shelley" Discussed on 790 KABC
"For shelley shoot beulah station collision course surgeon indicted i'm barbara kusak congress could be on a possible collision course with president trump over a bipartisan deal on legislation that calls for sanctions against russia to punish moscow for election meddling the white house says opposed part of the legislation mandating a congressional review if president trump seeks to ease the sanctions against moscow but if trump vetoes the legislation he risks having his decision overturned by congress marla smith jairus washington correspondent diane gallagher has an update on their letters special counsel robert muller center the white house to preserve all documents related to the june 2016 meeting between donald trump junior jared kushner paul manafort and a russian attorney among others according to a source who read the letter muller wrote in part information concerning the june 2016 meeting between donald j trump junior and italian vessel nitzia is relevant to the investigation russian court records obtained by cnn show vessel nitzia represented a military unit tied to one of the country's intelligence agencies in a moscow property dispute from two thousand five to 2013 us army sergeant cejka eric king stationed in hawaii has been indicted on charges of trying to provide material support to the islamic state the action allows the case to move to a federal trial without a preliminary hearing the baltimore police department released bodycam mm footage that reportedly shows an officer planting evidence during a drugbust correspondent polo sandovol reports the case involving the officers at that bus are now under review about a hundred cases now that are under the microscope again the baltimore city senator and he say that they want to reexamine them seve there are perhaps other ways of proving those because one of the investigators inquest russian here was directly involved with these cases the nationals is best known team the giant panda made zhong celebrated her nineteen th birthday saturday with a frozen cake filled with apples and pears and fresh bamboo the question though is issued pregnant after being artificially inseminated in may i'm barbara kusak talk radio seven ninety kabc news live and local at.