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Sherri Shepherd's excited to be herself on new talk show
"Sherry shepherd will host her own talk show when sherry hits the air next week With the latest Sherri shepherd was part of the view for 7 years and now she breaks out on her own She will combine a look at pop culture with real people's stories and plenty of comedy Shepherd says she asked Oprah Winfrey for advice and took 15 pages of notes Shepherd says she has also been in touch with singer actor Jennifer Hudson who is starting her own talk show on the same day I'm so excited for her because her success is
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Sherri Shepherd Is Replacing Wendy Williams
"Sherri shepherd is that set to name set to be named the permanent guest host of the Wendy Williams show, you know, Wendy's been announced in September of 2021. It's looking really bad. There's all sorts of things wrong with Wendy. In addition to graves disease, there's the whole issue of the divorce with the husband who had the baby out of wedlock with the girlfriend, everybody knew about the girl he bought a home for, not too far from the home. He lived with Wendy. A very public, ugly breakup. And divorce then came her mother dying, then came the illnesses, fainting on stage on the Halloween show I believe it was. Then we all know she may have been hit the drugs a little harder than she should. Maybe the weekend stretched into Tuesday and you can't do that if you're on TV every day. She started to unwind, unspool, right in front of her eyes. It's not a happy story for me. I like Wendy. I like the niche she card for herself. She always wanted to do this. She always said she was gonna do it. She is the begged me to get her interview on the E channel when I was there because we used to talk when I had my column in New York, daily news and Wendy was a radio DJ. Very popular back then. I was popular in New York as a writer and I'd sometimes write about her show. So we were on good terms and I but on top of the grades disease, you got all this other personal shit you got, I think, drug issues, drinking issues, and then, you know, I think her mental stability is just really shot right now.
The Charlie Kirk Show
"sherri" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey everybody, how do you deal with a controversial topic? Do you run from it? Do you believe the smears? Do you ignore it? Do you engage in the suppression of it? Or do you confront it directly? Well, I've been really curious about the topic of vaccines. We had Bobby Kennedy junior in our show over the summer. We've been told that everyone has to get vaccinated always and never ask any questions about it. I remember some reporter came up to me, and he said that Charlie, are you going to have more people from the disinformation dozen on your show? And it was this list that Biden put forward trying to say that all these people are harming medicine as we know it. And I didn't respond because he's a lunatic. And the more the media says we can't talk about an issue, the more interest that I get. So our guest today is doctor sherri tenpenny. She is known as probably one of the leading vaccine critics in the country. I was at an event I was at a clay Clark event, she was there. She said some things that made sense, and I had a ton of questions. So I decided to invite her on the show and ask her questions. She believes that children should receive zero vaccines. I don't know what I believe on that, to be honest. I'm open minded. I'm looking at this as a journalist. And that's my obligation to all of you. And so I asked her about polio, smallpox, measles, mumps, rubella. I ask her about vaccine technology. And I give her an opportunity to explain her viewpoint. And I know a lot of you are curious about this topic and you want to hear it in an unfiltered, fairway. And I felt an obligation to bring that to all of you. And if you want to support our show, you can do so, Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. I can guarantee you this. The corporate media is not having doctor sherry tenpenny on anytime soon. We're going to get hit by all the major propagandist operation mockingbird corporate media types. I don't care. So I know what I believe, and I also know what I don't believe. And I know what I'm interested in. And what I'm curious in. Doctor tenpenny said something that prompted me inviting her onto my show. She said we have the most vaccinated generation in history and the sickest generation in history. And that got me thinking. Is there a correlation? Is there a causation? I don't know, but it's worth exploring, isn't it? Not suppressing or choking dissonant voices..
Game of Crimes
"sherri" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"And Mike echoed that, but he also said, you know, sherri, when we heard your story, you. We couldn't just sit there and not do anything. Because he said, I'd always heard about you, but didn't know you, but once I heard what you had gone through, there was no way that we couldn't step in. And, you know, Bron and clay never never questioned it. I mean, they were four and 6, I think. And they're both incredible men and they accepted me right away. I loved them. I mean, we have a great bond and I think that was why that was my family. And when I tell you that I had never had that feeling of family and home until then, that meant everything to me. Everything. That just changed your whole world, man. Those are real heroes. They never throw that word, he wrote out for everything nowadays, but they saved your life. You're absolutely correct. The idea. Finally, somebody who stood up for you after all those years of everybody looking the other way or reading your letter and church that you thought was going to be private, you know, the dating and stuff. It's like, finally, somebody out there that says not today, not on my watch. We're not gonna do it. And folks are wondering, why are we spending so much time with this? Well, because we know the story sure is going to tell. And when you hear the story that she's going to tell, and you understand where she came from, you're going to understand why this case had a huge impact while she was part of it, you know, and where this is going so. That's right. This is a true success story. And one of the turnaround that just went from horror to one of the most phenomenally successful law enforcement professionals I've ever met. And she's my friend. Ha, not yours, Matt. Go dog. I know it's plural. It's not plural. It's singular. My friend. My only friend. That's why you were holding up that finger earlier because you're indicating sure he is your only friend. You've used that like ten times. Are you gonna have to come up with something new? You need to. Let me turn it up. Turn it up. Can you hear it? Here, let me double the volume. I'm actually all of these, and this is your a game is slid since you moved to Florida. So that's what it started to slide. Sorry, sir. Sheri back to a regular schedule podcast, but sherry for you, though. How did you end up, how did you end up finding out about the job at winder? I mean, is that where you picked? Did they come to you? So now let's start on this glide path now. How did you end up getting into winder? You know, what was that process? We lived in a little small little House on third avenue and wandering across the street was the chief of police, Jimmy Taylor. And he and his wife Ellen are wonderful people and they were good friends of Mike and Sandra. And so Jimmy knew I had talked to him about getting in law enforcement so he hired me..
Game of Crimes
"sherri" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"And then lo and behold, find out that he's married, eventually the sherry foster, who these guys have sponsored hobby or not to come and speak in Georgia several different times, even with their hometown of Cedar town, Georgia had a phenomenal evening with everybody there, spoken Atlanta, a couple different places. So this is a lady that when you hear accent, you're not going to expect her to be a fluent Spanish speaker. She's hilarious. We're going to try and get her to come out of her shell. We've been pulling teeth since all week trying to get her to tell her story. So it's an honor and a pleasure to introduce you to my best Friends, miss sherry foster. Welcome to. I didn't know if we're going to get to your intro or not. Murphy, I thought he was just going to do the podcast without you. She's got so many stories. It's a monologue. Thank you so much guys for having me on. I'm truly honored and I love your show. I do listen to it. I've listened to almost every podcast except for maybe two. Oh, that's unacceptable. And we're going to have to reschedule this now. I'm sorry. Bring it in next week. So he will share. No, we had some fun a couple days ago, because we always as folks know part of our pattern as we always do a prequel because we want to get down what the story is and talking to you and speaking of interest Santa, you had a very interesting childhood, which really led to your introduction and law enforcement as we do with everybody. We always say whether it's somebody who's a on the criminal side or on the police side, how the hell did you get started? Well with you, how you got started was you actually were trying to find a tactful way to say this. I mean, you had a hell of a childhood. That's all I can say. You know? So let's talk a little bit about what led you in to getting into this profession called law enforcement because it's not just like, oh, I hung around a bunch of cops. You had a really interesting path. Let's just dive into that a little bit. Sherry foster from JoJo, who, by the way, lost Alabama. Go ahead. Wow, boy, you go ahead and cut deep Morgan body at the beginning of it. Everybody that's listening that knows me when I'm a huge Georgia fan. So I was raised in a little town outside of Atlanta and when I say little at the time, it was extremely little loganville, Georgia, and yeah, my childhood was the best my mother in her partner raised me. My father was not in the picture until a little bit later on. He's a character within himself. But there was a lot of abuse and so I'll quickly realize that, you know, this is not something that I wanted to live in forever. Hey, and sherri, and let's kind of set the stage for folks to because we talked about this and we wanted to be tactful about it. But because you said partner and Murph and I both picked up on it, you were growing up in the south in a time to where the south was pretty conservative, right? Pretty traditional. And when you say partner, what you just described what the family situation was for you at that time..
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"sherri" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"A communicator, but at the same time I don't feel like I'm as good of one as I'd like to be. If you were to give somebody me advice, and hopefully this can help everybody. Advice on how to be a better communicator. How to more effectively not drive your point down somebody's throat, not beat your chest and make somebody listen to you, but just more effectively communicate. Emotionally and things like that. What would you say to somebody? Well, the first thing I would say is be absolutely clear about what you want to say. I think with in the writing world and in my mind, there are two pieces to it. You've got to have something to say and then you got to be able to say it. So first of all, be absolutely clear about what it is that you want to say. And once you are, then figure out a way to tell it in a story. People remember stories. People feel stories, people react to respond to stories. So do that. Find real life experiences where what you want to say lived, if you will. And share that with people. I don't think it's about tremendous vocabulary, though that can surely help. I think it's more about knowing exactly what you want to impart and then doing so in such a way so that the listener can remember it. So tell us a story. Let's go back to the time at which you knew it was just that the end of the season of life as the head coach at OU that it kind of run its course. You know, 25 years, there's a lot of synergy there. 25 years, 250 wins in the big 12, 500 wins overall, was it statistical? Were there other things at play for you? What kind of stories come to mind when you think about just the realization that it's time? Well, the story went like this and it has absolutely nothing to do with statistics. I could never remember how many games I'd and what the final score was or who shot what from the field. I was the worst with numbers. But this is the honest truth. I was walking down the hallway of my home. During COVID, you know, we're all spending so much more time at home than we ever have before. And my home has a lot of Windows front and back, almost kind of transparent. And I was walking on the hallway and I remember stopping in front of my entryway and thinking man. I love how the light comes through these windows. I love this house, I lived in my home for 33 years, okay? And it hit me that I had never seen the light come through the windows at ten o'clock at that particular time of year. And I thought, I want to see this more. And that was that. I made the decision that day that this would be my final year. And I didn't tell anyone at the time, not even my husband or my children that day. But I knew in my heart, that was going to be my final year. Wow. That's amazing. All it took and all it took was light. And all it took was, you know, was just was noticing the beauty that you hadn't noticed there before. That is awesome. Well, I was curious about this. I know you don't want to be a shadow lurking over the program, so to speak. But how involved do you want to be in? Oh, you women's basketball down the line. I'm not talking about meddling in anything, but just as a legacy figure in that organization and somebody who's been a part of it for 25 years. How do you envision that happening down the line? I envision that it's a lot like raising children. I have two and they are grown and you have them in your home with you and you're caring for them and you're guiding them and you're you have your arms around them, metaphorically speaking, nonstop, and then they go to college. And you still love them and you care for them and you want to support them and you're there to help them. But you got to back up a little bit and let them do their thing. And I think that sort of feels like this season of life for the program that it's going to take off and do what it does in its own way now and that's great. And I'm here if they need me and will come in a moment's notice if there's anything that I can do. But I think the program needs space. It needs space to spread its wings and become what it's going to become. And I think through the years and Jenny's been fantastic. I do want to say that she has been terrific. We've broken bread together on a number of occasions and she is so welcoming and so the opposite of intimidated, whatever that would be in terms of minor action or involvement. So she's been fabulous. And I just feel like that there will come a time after a couple of seasons pass where it will be a little bit easier to be more closely involved. I feel like right now they just the kids and the program itself just need a little space. And so I'm the cheerleader from afar. And here if they need me, but definitely in their corner. That's awesome stuff. Well, we're still going to call you coach coal because that's all we can do. We can't get out of that sort of that sort of habit. But we really appreciate your time here on the show coach. So incredibly honored to be able to talk with you after your awesome career at OU and now we're looking forward to what the next season holds what the next part of your life holds and will certainly be keeping up. Thank you so much, John. I appreciate you having me on and appreciate the platform that you provide for women's basketball. And all that you helped, all that you do to help the sport itself grow and you're talking about it regularly as you do really does. It fertilizes our sport and the profession and the opportunity for young women to compete at the highest possible level. So thank you for that. That is the great sherry Cole here on the her hoop stats podcast. Thank you so much to coach Cole, for joining us. Can't stop calling her coach Kohl will still call her that on down the line..
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"sherri" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"But I think that in my for my experiences, boy, we were always treated really, really well and had wonderful experiences at the NCA turn. But I have I really have no horror stories to relate. I've always felt like we were really treated well. That's awesome to hear. And I love that that viewpoint from somebody who's been there over and over and over again. And I guess we'll see where it goes from here. It's going to be fun to see if it's already good. You know, how it improves, we're visiting with sherry Cole, obviously, here on the her hoop stats podcast, former head coach at OU. And you were talking about how, yeah, you've got some things coming up in your future, more speaking engagements more riding. And so what kind of speaking engagements do you I know you do a lot already all around Oklahoma. I'm sure you've spoken to about 3 million rotary clubs and over the years. But where would you like to take your speaking career because obviously you're just such an engaging speaker and there's a great future for you there. What do you feel like your value lies there? Well, I appreciate that. Thank you and I think that we're at a really interesting time in terms of where our world is right now coming out of COVID. We've all landed on this comfortable comfortability with Zoom calls. And people have not been able together and convene. And so it'll be interesting over the next several months and hopefully, within the next several months, the virus dissipates and we get back to a form of human connection that I not only think is we prefer, I think it's necessary for our help. Truly, to be able to interact face to face and as that continues to move back toward more toward what we refer to as normal slate of business. Everything from corporations to schools, I speak a lot to schools in the area, whether it be teachers who are just a very beaten up section of our society right now. You know, you can look around and there are entities that are really struggling healthcare industry, obviously, teachers, public education, private education, higher education, because it's hard. It's been really hard to try to continue life as normal and business and productivity in the face of COVID, so people are run down and beat up. I've done a lot of those and probably will continue to teams and athletic departments and coaches, all audiences, women. So I do a lot of different ones for a lot of different entities. And I think that's what I love about it is I don't have one message, one can speak that I take and throw it out to whomever asked me to come talk. I really try to tailor what I talk about to the organization and people within it and the place that they are together as a group at that time. And that makes it fun for me. It makes it new and fresh and keeps me thinking and riding and creating and I love that. And if my experiences in some way shape or form can help impact people, then there's great reward in that. What about the writing side of things? What are you working on there? Oh, my goodness. You've hit my passion point right there. I have I'm a former English teacher and have always been a writer since I was a kid. I've loved to write, I can't say that I've always been a writer, but since it was a kid, I'd love to write. And always felt that someday when the coaching career had run its course and I was ready for the next season at that next season would have writing as a part of it. And that's the one thing that I've always kind of had out there and have been have been longing to do and it's the thing that I have an opportunity to do now. I have time. And I make time because it is a practice. That's what's really great about it. John is it so much like any discipline? If you're going to be a great free throw sugar, you go to the jam when you practice free throws. You make 200 every day and you'll get pretty good at it. And writing is no different. You don't sit down one day and write a masterpiece. You go and sit down every day for a couple of hours and sometimes good stuff comes out and sometimes a bunch of crap comes out and you throw it in the trash can. That's just the way that goes. But that disciplined process of kind of keeping the pump prime is something that I have enjoyed so much over the last several months. So currently I have a weekly blog that you can find at sherry Cole dot com and it's just on whatever subject is on my heart at the time. It's really kind of all over the board. I've loved the regularity of that. The deadline that's associated with it, even though it's self imposed, that I'm going to publish every Tuesday morning at ten o'clock. One will come out, that's been really fun. As a coach, you can imagine as a coach for a lifetime. Deadlines and pressure are part of what you do. So even if that self imposed, I've enjoyed having that. And then I'm working on a couple of different book projects and I'm excited about those. I just love the process. I really love the process of creating and it's an arduous one and it's a little bit. Scary at the start because you really do open up a piece of yourself when you write from the heart and you write nonfiction, especially your opening up a piece of yourself. So there's some vulnerability involved in it obviously, but I love the exploration. I love the creative process. And feel the same way that about it that I do about speaking and if it can impact and make any one person, think or feel, then I feel like it's served its purpose. The bottom line is your communicator, and I know I'm a communicator, but at the same time I don't feel like I'm as good of one as I'd like to be. If you were to give somebody.
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"sherri" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"And I'm just telling you, it's hard. It's really, really hard. And the great temptation for you is going to be, you're going to go out and get on that bus and think you're supposed to do this every year. And that's okay. You are supposed to want to do this every year. But it's a really, really hard thing to do. And you need to know that. And I remember that conversation and I remember thinking, okay, I get it, but you don't really. Until you keep going and you see all the things that are aside from having a really, really good team, just all the things that can happen over which you have no control. No control. I remember one year in the NCA tournament, we had a pretty good draw on stage set to be able to get to maybe an elite 8 and see what happens. And my entire team came down with the flu. Every one of us, the week of the game. And so we got IVs going at halftime and we're just decimated. And for that, who knows? Maybe that year would have been a year. You don't know. And it's just a hard thing to explain what that MCA tournament is like and how many things go into not just not just being able to have a good enough team to get there, but the uncontrollable things that can be in a really, really good team's way, or the real magic in a bottle kind of thing that can happen for a team that's maybe not quite as good. Our 2010 team we were picked to finish 5th in the big 12. And we went to the final four. It was when we had like two starters that were hurt season ending injuries. We had a walk on who came in and played. We picked up a backup point guard at Christmas, crazy things happened, and that team goes to the final four. So there are just so many unknowns. And I think it's what makes March Madness, one of the greatest sporting events if not the greatest sporting event in the world because it's hard and really hard things are fun to be a part of and they're rewarding and people are drawn to them. It's a tough sport, but man, how exciting how fun and how rewarding. Absolutely. And you think about that 2002 team, one of the things that's outside of your control is just the fact that you've got gen RM on the other side, but then you got subbed and died in tarazi. On the same team, right? And swing catch and tameka Williams and yeah, we could go on. Yeah. And I mean, just how do you deal with that? As great as your team was, you know, how do you deal with that? And so we don't know, then, what we know now, the greatness of those players over the long term, but anyway, I digress. It's pretty incredible to think about. So the thing I did want to get you to reflect on is the evolution of what we've seen in equality and the calls for equality when it comes to the NCAA tournament. You've been there time and time again. Maybe 1920 times something like that to the NCAA tournament, obviously there is a difference in there has been between the men's tournament, and the women's tournament. It what's the biggest spot where things need to improve now and what do you think it can be here over the next few years with some of these calls for greater equality? Well, I can honestly say John that in my experience in the 19 years of MCA tournaments that we were a part of, I never felt slighted. I don't know if I didn't know what to compare it to. I don't know if I didn't know what was going on somewhere else. I just always felt like we were we were treated very well. Whether it be quality of hotels, quality of venue that we played in. Cities and how they rolled out the welcoming Matt to us. I always felt like it was a tremendous experience. I really did. Now we weren't in any sort of situations where we saw this past year with COVID and the weight rooms and all that kind of stuff. That was never an issue. I always felt like we were treated incredibly well. But one thing that we have to remember at some level is that the men's NCA tournament makes millions and millions of dollars. And our tournament has not yet generated that. It's continued to grow, and it's getting stronger, that is that has to factor into the equation in that you can't, it's not apples and apples all the time. It's not orange is an orange is all the time. We the women deserve to be treated obviously in an equitable sort of way that we need everything that we need to be successful at those tournaments. And if you don't have a proper place to warm up or you don't have a weight room, that is not okay. By any stretch of the imagination..
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"sherri" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"The thing for me at that time, what we had, we had enough, we had the means to be able to do the things that we needed to do, but we didn't have the facilities. We didn't have the mode of travel at that time. In that regard, things were very, very different. I'll tell you really funny story. The first, my first year at OU, we had we were playing in a tournament at St. John's in New York, around Christmas. And of course this was a previously scheduled deal. And we couldn't find a bus that fit within our budget and that was available to take us from the hotel to the games at St. John's and because obviously it's much more expensive there than here and multiple trips back and forth. And we probably know, didn't stay at the most advantageous hotel in terms of distance. We didn't know what we were doing yet. And we ended up having to get limos. If you can believe this. Oh my gosh. Like stretches that would take us back and forth to the games and it was actually cheaper to do that than get on a team bus. That was our very first big trip. And to think about that now, you know, we used to take vans to the airport and now you know, it's a charter bus and has been for many, many years. But the mode of travel has changed dramatically as have the facilities as the arms race has ensued and collegiate athletics, we were women's basketball has been and continues to be a part of that. So a lot of changes that go beyond what the salaries were just what you're operating budget is specifically. And you went from, like we said, the high school ranks to not only the division one basketball ranks, but then in the matter of 5 or 6 years, all of a sudden your near the top of the nation when it comes to what you're doing at OU and you form this I don't know, this bond with your fans that was really, you know, kind of unmatched in this time for this region for the Southwest region. What was that like as just this crimson army started to get behind what you guys were doing? Well, I think there were a lot of factors that were responsible for that. First of all, it is the OU brand. You know, when you can go to almost any city in the country and go to a sporting goods store, and there's an interlocking gear there. You know, your brand has some magic. And that's due in large part to the history of our football program, obviously. So there's a big brand. And I always said, you know, if you go to Owen field on a Saturday afternoon and at the time, there were 82,000 people there. Surely, we can find 5 or 6000 of those who'd like to come over and watch a basketball game. So you've got this already procured community, if you will, that loves the interlocking OU. They bleed crimson and cream. And so when you have that sort of brand identification and loyalty, all you really have to do is put forth that they can be proud of. And I think that Oklahoma fans felt connected to our players. I always felt like they thought our girls were every man if I'm using air quotes and you can't see me because we're on a podcast. But they would see them at target. They would see them at the movie theater. They could see them at the mall. They would see them at rusty's frozen custard. And they were normal, young women who just happened to be really, really good basketball players. And I think the way that our teams played together, I think the selflessness, which with which they performed, I think how hard they competed, I think how they obviously cared for one another and the strength of their relationships. I think all of that traveled from the court to the stands and our fans got locked into that. I think they appreciated it and they felt connected to it. And it felt like the brand a basketball that we played represented who they were and who they wanted to be and what they wanted to stand for. And so I think it was as most things that work ultimately. You can grind it back to it was a bit. It was a fit. We played in such a way that they appreciated and felt connected to. And so there was this great great synergy, and one of the neatest things about our fan base. This is one of the greatest rewards I have from years of coaching is the fact that little communities were formed at the Lloyd noble center, like if the person who sits behind you isn't there on Wednesday night for the game against Texas tech, on Thursday, your call and to find out if they're okay. You know, they're really taking care of each other. And they're meeting for breakfast on the day before we play two o'clock in the afternoon. And it's just it was a really, really neat intricately woven connection of people that had such appreciation for doing things well. You got so close to winning an NCAA title. What do people not understand about how hard it is to win a national title? Boy, what a great question and I wish I could articulate an answer for you. But even as a player or a coach, I don't think you understand how hard it is until after you have done it. I will never forget after our national championship game at the alamodome in San Antonio where we played against Connecticut. He's walking down the hallway to go get on the bus after the gang, hallway of the arena. And Gino arima yelled at me and said, hey, hey, come here for a second. And so I walked right down the hallway. I'll never, ever forget this. I can see exactly where we were standing. He said, you've done this pretty fast..
Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
Halloween Special Repeat of "Walk Like an Egyptian" a discussion with Comedy Club waitresses. Show 8a - burst 01
"We're gonna talk about what it's like being employees to comedy club ladies and gentlemen. Let's hear for patty soule sherry lane stove owner well. That was pretty incredible. Alright so let's get thing kick things off of padding sherri. We already talked to lenin earlier. Podcast she was a hostess kitchen manager house. Mc and being an entertainer in managing so my club so historically very important but the club also wouldn't have had it success without a really tremendous staff that stuck around for many years and part of that staff patti and sheri who were cocktail waitresses back in the day. So patty will start with you. How did you come to work for me. It laughs well first of all. I'd like to say that i was head. Waitress knows what that's all. She earned the title but above where we got that out of the way. Any millennial listening out there. It was okay to say that back. Then i actually got started laps unlimited. Because i was dating your bartender one of your bartenders. There and i came in one night with him. just to see the show and It was a birdcage secret person who this was. This was ben tony. Oh i didn't. I thought you guys met at the club so you guys previously and he brought you in. We had been dating for awhile then. Tony is another a entertainer slash employee that we interviewed in a previous show. So i knew you guys at data for a couple of years. But i didn't know it was. I thought you meant out laugh so it was pretty laugh. So that's interesting so you came in as a guest an audience member. Did you have a good time. I had a great time. I remember it was wonderful. And i just i loved the whole atmosphere of the club itself and they happen to be short a waitress that night and ben. Tony mentioned to you. Lyn was could have been. T- may be or bob bob. Probably you know my girlfriend is out there in the audience. And i know she's had cocktail waitress experience so so i i just kind of went. Sure i'll do it so i was waitress that night night instead of being in the audience. That's hilarious great
"sherri" Discussed on The View
"But everything that i hated doing was what i had to do. With the view. It was really a life changing experience for me. Being a co host and one day barbara looked they wanted to about evolution vs creation. And i'm a believer in creationism and so barbara lipton at mirror. Right at me. And she said i wanna debate my christian friends and i was like i don't debate and so i was so nervous and i think i got a touch of. Add as well sending. I never sat at a table to sitcoms. I do stand up really. This was the first time. I'm sitting at a table talking about deep stuff and it's hard it's easier than it is really hard. People always like i view. I do the view really. You would have guests. Who came and said. Oh i can do this. They wasn't never said nothing at the tape cruise about you got four other women sitting around you. You're trying to interject your opinion. Then everybody's talking over each other. that's you know. I think that's probably people's biggest complaint like you say anything and all united senate and you're live without a net but girl that day. I just was so nervous. 'cause when barbara walters. She wants to debate. You do so. I'm sitting at the table. I'm tins in my stomach. I literally i start his own out. I was just thinking that. I pay cable bill because cable off and so all i heard literally all her earth round or flat. I didn't even say. I even remember saying i don't know so i'm barbara said take a little time to enjoy the view. I was like well. We got through that he goes deer. The earth is round. I know how barbara speaks you. Wish she says something. You feel scolded. You feel like you three years old. And i said i know the earth is round barbara and she said well you send you it know now. I didn't think it was a big deal until bill. Maher our bill. O'reilly said i should be fired with the stupid state. Bill mayer bill. Maher said i was dumb bricks. Everybody was telling me. I was the second most google person in the nation. Bill getting downstairs and he said when you got this job every black woman in america was happy. They say you were a breath of fresh air. Every black woman in america hates you because they said you brought black people back on ringing at windy williams said i could be replaced by a potato sack i mean all anyways was leg it was warble and i remember i was in the next day i started crying. I didn't realize the hugeness of the view. Although it was in everyone's living room this was big news. Sherri shepherd didn't know that the earth was around a flat and it was like i had a brain fart and i resent ryan all women all is i represent all rebound black women and somebody told whoopie i was crying and she came running in and she said look at me and i said i flipped up. Live and she said if barbara didn't think you could do this she wouldn't have hired you. Yeah and barbara defending me on howard. Stern like barbara would go out and defend. You might get on you. And their dressing room. Because she went there. Read a book. That's fine but she defended me to everybody in what became hug me enjoy came and said hey kid you know what what when you open your mouth half the world is going to hate you no matter what you say. She still says that she still says that. And that's when. I learned not to take the weight of everybody on my shoulders and it was just a day but it changed my life in the sense that it made me say how Defend what you know sherry Things that you learned in church. Can you defended learn about politics. Learn about the way the government works. Learn to come back at barbara. It changed my life. that big failure was a blessing. Yeah wow. I love quality so much. I'm talking politics. Twenty four seven love it. I hate it politics when i started. The view. scared me. Because i never voted before so doing a view for me was the best experience of my life because i found my voice. See you've found your voice you've found your view. It really is a life changing experience. It has been for me to and yet it has. It has been i mean. I thought that i had my voice. you know i'm a lawyer by training And i felt very comfortable in my views but this is different. Because you're you're talking about things you're not supposed to talk about even in around a table with family and friends right. Yeah so you have to be very comfortable and you have to make sure that you can support it and stand by it no matter what takes a lot of courage and bravery and strength and conviction and i've always been really good at sticking for other people because that's been my job. You know advocating for victims advocating for survivors advocating for my family advocating for my kids. But now i have to do it for myself and it has changed me it. It's it has changed me. Act sort of been able to combine passion with purpose and i'm withstand the critics and It's it's it's it's life changing. And really i think i haven't. I didn't get the chance to work with barbara as long as you did. But just.
"sherri" Discussed on The View
"To speak with you sherry because you are my friend and you have been my guiding light for a long time. Most people don't know that right. But i remember that you reached out to me when i was first getting involved with this show and gave me a lot of advice and We'll get we'll get into that though but How did it feel to get the call that you were an official co host. This is a big show. And barbara's like the original you now say. It is a big shot in in bill. Barbara had come to me a few times. Do have me come on the show. They it started. I was trying to get on the view to promote my sitcom that i was less than perfect and bill would never booked me on the show because he didn't know exit on the couch and have anything to say. Why so they never booked me they booked everybody else for my show but me and my publicist kept calling and it just so happened. That johnny cochran had passed away star. Jones had to go to his funeral so happened to be. This is why you can't give up. It happened to be around the time that i called. So he was like if she can get on a plane and come like now will have on the show. And i was pregnant at the time but i i was on bedridden but i as my doctor i said can i go and she was like well. You know your bed rest. And i said look. Is the baby going come. What in the air and she said no. But you have to be careful. That's all i need it. They wheeled me in a wheelchair up to right before we supposed to come out. And i got out of a wheelchair to sit at the table and i may joy laugh and joy like me so much that she said when i go out of town to do stand up. I want you to have sherry. So i went back and bill called the next day was like can you get back on a plane now. So that's when they really kinda got to see what i do. And then i was there with star and star said star jones. I really like sherry. So when i'm gone call sherry. So that's what. I started doing it. And they came to my dressing room. Lighten a few times after that and they were trying to get me to be irregular on because it was tough going down with star and did it and i said no. My name is ben. I'm not because you know it's hard to make joy laugh and very hard to me. It's very hard to make her laugh. Because she's she's got a wicked sense of humor right. She's very smart. And also this shows about karate right. It's about everybody getting along and if you have now to co-host saying i like her i like her. That's that's important. That's because i'm not surprised. They were like we want you. I was very surprised. I just i was so nervous and i just said just be you and I think what cemented me coming on was rosie o'donnell got into it with elizabeth hasselbeck. Oh vape full day. Oh because they were trying to decide between kathy griffin and me really yet knows yes the permanent co host position was between kathy griffin or sherri shepherd and what happened is the dhabi moving. They gave kathy griffin the friday. And you've me thursday so we each had a day and all of this stuff happened on thursday. That's the split-screen day. That was the split-screen day rosie got into a big fight with elizabeth. And i remember that whole day girl was just tinging it wise. Why what do you. What do you remember about that day. Because i came on a day when i i didn't know what was going on. I didn't know that there was tension between lizzy and rosie laying. You know when your guest when a guest comes on ages know about that day. I zoo though within the hot topics room that there was tension. Just didn't know why. And so everybody latte left. And i was asking the hair makeup girls. They don't say nothing they don't and in in Rebecca and there was like a vault vault. I'll tell you they know all the dead bodies are buried and they don't tell you anything. The best hair make team ever at the views and Right before we went on it. Just was tension with rosie and lizzy. And i remember asking the same glam team i said. Does anybody speak in tongues. We gotta start praying. I'm a pentecostal. And they said no. We don't speak in tongues. I said all these black people here. Nobody speaks some towns. We get out there and start talking about my comedy cd telling everybody to buy it. I'm just like and then all of a sudden it just will send you when lizzie started talking to rosie sad song and i'm like wait a minute this same fun. No more yes yes. They did a split screen. And i remember trying to like. Just make it lighter this one so personal because i believe that rosie just felt like things that had happened. Elizabeth never defended her on. The lisbeth was fed up because she was like you. Defend yourself because you get yourself in hot water so you defend yourself you would not even look me in the face elizabeth and say how's e i can understand how that why don't you take this opportunity like six because you.
Sex With Emily
"sherri" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"Do whatever it takes to make him coming. And of course you so share. Here's what the deal so this is a really just so you know like this happens a lot right. You're like i told them i told them. And like why wouldn't he do what he loves me. So here's the thing he just doesn't even though you've told him i think you've got to talk about. I know you have to talk to him about it. The way that he can actually hear like not just a one time thing but like an outside the bedroom where you're like. Listen i really love you and our relationship. But i feel that i feel so much more turned on and attracted to you when like when you go down on me. It feels so good when you do this thing with your tongue. And i know that you know that because i've told you and i'm just wondering like i feel like i needed it like i require it like four play like not as requirement so. I'm curious if you've ideas around like why is a reason. Maybe why that doesn't happen as much. Tell me your thoughts about it. How do you feel about that. That's what i need. Why find live most of the patella go twenty four plates like enjoy going down. So i i i enjoy it. Also then we have sex and then it's over. It's so dear not have azam's i've had one in five years sherri sherri sherri. There's an orgasm deficit going on and i. We need to feel it sherry. I enjoy everything else. He's only what else he doesn't. Okay i'm going to give him the benefit of doubt ready. I'm going to give us like a lot of men. He doesn't know like literally he's never had a woman in his life. Share the information with him. That women do not orgasm. Mostly during of course only twenty percent do like i just but i feel like that's why unless he's just i mean then i'm going to say is he selfish and other or other ways in the relationship that this feels familiar to you. Okay look for example Give that gift giving Go all out but enjoyed it right right. So he's selfish a little bit he doesn't really take care of your he doesn't fit fee. Doesn't take care of your needs. You don't feel nurtured by him right so it's kinda like all. It's all the things so. I don't know if it's just about the sex but it set. And how long have you guys been together. Nearly five you said five years okay and it's been happening okay. So so have you ever had any talks. Is this your guy like you're with them from forever. Whatever that means long time and everything you love him but and like i said we have fun. We have a good time. I enjoy having sex with him right. Okay so maybe just needs some little like like i think he just needs some reminders. Here about About what like. Here's the thing there's information he doesn't have and that is that's four platelet. It's and i agree like sure i came. You like your generation like we we get blow blowjobs. If that's what we did. I didn't expect oral sex in return. Most men weren't offering it up but it's a new time now sherry and we require like all the studies in science and like women. The we're told men believe it to not their fault really. This is what we see. That penetration is the mets were. That's the main act. The main act as his penis goes inside of you. And oh my god because that's the main for them. 'cause women did not speak up as much about it so i think that there's just gonna have to be like a top with him. You let them know. Like i require these things. Like like orel and foreplay like i do too. I'm actually makes. And when you do it i feel so good. You're not like saying why haven't you and i'm mad. And why don't you know this but you encourage them. Let them know that turned you on is actually a deal like you need. You require it for player. Oral like you could say and let me know what else you might need from me but like i think it's time five years in that we really have a great. I was driving along. Listen to the show and she was talking about couples and communication. How important it is for them to talk about. Their sex lives all the time. But i realized we haven't talked about it much so i started thinking about what we could do to make it even take it to the next level. And here's some thoughts. What do you think what are your ideas. And then you have to have it again. Next week don't be afraid to go to keep having these conversations with him if he's your guy might as well figure out if he can give you what you've been giving to him because you deserve it and you will find someone demands. They go down you like they'll be like i am not even putting my penis anywhere near you until i go down you for twenty minutes exactly what i want right. Have that way you should have that. We should all have that your life you everything for him. I know so. He has got lazy. He didn't think he asked you. No one's ever given consequences. No one's ever called him on it. Maybe his mom took care of everything. You know you're taking care of everything. I don't know but he just i just to give him the benefit of the doubt that that we've grown up in a certain time and societal norms and no one ever called out and he's not listening to the show when he doesn't get it so let's just try it out try some though but don't get like apologetic. Don't i'm sorry because you're pleaser. It sounds like so much. So i know it's and awkward to state for what we'd takes a while leg you gotta learn to set boundaries and ask for what you want but you. I'm telling you earl you deserve this and you've got to you haven't had it for five years one more down. They.
The Kids Will Have Their Say in New Podcast
"Sherri occa- is a reporter at the cbc and canada. She created and produces mic drop. It's a podcast that was recently nominated for a peabody award mic drop features first person stories from young people. It's not from a point of view of explaining to grownups. It's just a point of view of expressing my story. My reality my world. It's not answering an adult's questions. This is my job i. It's about us stories in what we've been through still going through without any adult interruptions as lake. Fools drop in five core three to drop the mic. I've never held mike before and this feels good. Actually that's how each episode of mic drp opens about three dozen teens and tweens have told stories on the show since it started in two thousand eighteen mostly kids from canada but some from the us as well. This is a short clip from talia story. People draw swastikas on everything on my desk. My books on like someone drew on a test. When i was like looking at juwan tesla had test in and the teacher was like what is this and i was disaster. I do find that swastikas just literally the halls school. It's a real issue. When i see all these things. It's really discouraging. Because you know it's definitely creating an atmosphere at the school that As makes it clear that it's not a place for everyone and that's not a message that i know. The school wants to enforce or that many individuals in school went to enforce but it is kind of the culture that's been created and it's very difficult to have to get up and go five days a week to a place where you know. A lot of them really actually hate you.
The Big Story
How Will Babies Born During the Pandemic Meet the World?
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr sherri madigan associate professor psychology. Department of the university of calgary she holds a candidate research chair in determinants of child development. Hello dr megan. thanks for having me. You are most welcome i will tell you. We got the idea for this episode. from a listener. Who wrote us with a question. Can i begin by asking you that question. Yes sounds great. So this is a listener unnamed. Diana who wrote that. I've had a baby during the pandemic and he is about to start daycare. He has not been held by anyone. Outside of our household no other adults have ever cared for him although my parents would have loved to help travel restrictions during the pandemic prevented them from visiting. I'm worried for what this means for his socialization. So should she worried. Well it's a really good question actually a common one so this has been a topic. I've been asked to actually speak on a few times. Because i know that parents are thinking a lot about this and worried i guess what i would say is that it is going to be a little bit difficult for kids to transition into a daycare environment. Because it's going to be so new and novel to them now. The reality is that kids always find it hard transition into a daycare environment because it's new and novel to them so that's not different than how life was pre pandemic but i think the big difference now when kids are are doing that switch over into day care is that they haven't had a lot of interaction with other people and they're going to be thrusted into an environment where everything is really really knew and the interactions are really new.
Papa Phd Podcast
"sherri" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"It was it was. They were like super bowl. They really helped us shape our approach to they help to recruit our first sample of ten informal caregivers. They actually went door to door feeling like telling you the information to people and i was like. Wow that's a big effort. But they were so excited to be able to do it and so it was a really great partnership and it was even hard for us about what this group of people knew and what they didn't know we didn't even know why they looked at the children like was it for money. Was it like to help family. And in the end for our sample it was almost all tell family And so they are actually more motivated to support kids skills than we expected. They were working with family members that they really cared about But they just didn't know what to do so we would send them three texts a week. That the first one was always about why the topic was important. So they may emotions. For example i feel like in middle class. North american families talking about emotions isn't super uncommon but for other cultures. You just don't talk about your emotions and so that was really like to explain why it was important to teach kids to talk about their emotions in but we didn't i first text in less than a hundred and sixty characters then in the second text. We gave them activity to the court that skill. So wait. You're talking to the child take care of Tell them about a time when you felt angry and what you did and then ask them if they've ever been angry and what eight. These are pretty simple but for some of the people we were working with. They had never occurred to them that they could have to kids. The bunny motions sculptures. Where kids are supposed to be shut up until the grownup tells them to talk right. There could be rough in the in the it. And what's really going to keep going. But really i find interesting about what you're saying is often someone who's now in doing their phd and or finishing the pg and has kind of understood that they're not going to go or not going to go somewhere else. in academia. a lot of them can ask themselves. How how am i going. I'm how are my skills that i developed my. Pg are going to be useful outside academia and in the community and in the real world. I'd say you really giving an example of you know taking all that knowledge that you had from being a very classic researcher into now having messages going into people's cell phones helping them in a real life situation of taking care of their cousin or their neighbor. It's it's really. I want to note this for the listeners. Because one of the things that i want to say through the podcast is your skills can be used within academia but also outside of academia and there are many places where they'll be useful. Maybe not that the techniques that you learn if you're kind of a no biology scientists or whatever but you know there's so many other ways where your brains in the way you think and and the and the all you read can be useful outside. I really love it. I completely agree. Exercise of making my resume was revealed lesson in that so turns out that my experience of running a lab made me into a manager which i hadn't ever thought before Anybody who does research probably has really good critical thinking skills in good planning abilities. And i think also working love peaches. You a lot about Spending time regularly with other people that at the beginning. I don't know maybe have little in common with but over time you develop those relationships and learn how to work with diverse other people so it's It is a kind of mental shift to think about your your academic work in terms of what you can you. What that's going to help you do if you leave academia and then so okay now you're in stanford this project was it was it's a kind of a limited in terms of time. Did you have like an an objective and the the to the two fulfilled in went onto another project. How did what was the next chapter. It was actually a really big ruling project. We were thinking about other branches. We could develop other communities we reach out to but then the professor is working with took a position at brown university. and so Yeah exactly so you know i was. I have done with her if i wanted to. But i had just left the east coast and it was really appreciating not having winter so so again i applied to academic positions and i started looking for non academic jobs And it was a long job search. My husband kept trying to reassure me. By know on average it takes people's five months to find a new position and it really took five months for me to position was excruciating. An escape down to the wire when front. Actually my friend from yale who had also moved to san francisco said that she'd been contacted about a position for director of research in seattle. And was i interested because she was too high for it so she connected me with the recruiter. Who i talked to an i talk to the hiring manager for the position and it was like it should mccall. Director of research should have been called cherry read. This is for you. That's that's the dream right. It took together like my knowledge of how children understanding motion my new expertise in Social emotional learning and interventions and put them all together. It's a nice little package and it was just like a perfect fit for me and thankfully i was also a really good for them. So that's where. I work now at many for children as the director of research. And we're reaching the mid mid point of the interview and we're going to take a small break. But this is where the podcasts So i got in touch with you through learning about this guests. Can you talk just a minute about about what that is as part of my work me for children. I work with the innovation departments which is Outside of our regular programs just trying out new and innovative ways to help people learn to help children learn social emotional skills and this podcast is an amazing in creative that teaches social emotional skills to enhance full storytelling format. It's the most work i've ever done. I also something really proud of because we're able to be really.
Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"sherri" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"It's where you get to start accumulating bringing with you the pieces at are going to panic charade and tell the story that you want the future people that you cross Future you to tell And so it's really creating a home is about Rating and aligning yourself with your values and filling your home with things that support those values that oh i love that. Now i that was like this is gonna be the sound bite and then the beauty of that is. They don't have a spouse that they have to run your own decisions. This is very so how has asked the pandemic really shifted what you do. I know some of your work has kind of moved to the digital space. Yeah yeah we've always been fairly progressive company so before the pandemic we were using video chat to kind of communicate and that really allows us to work with clients in different areas all over the country and obviously the pandemic has has required that we. We can't fly there to do the organizing Necessarily in some of our design installs get on hold or or pushed around really plan that not. That's afforded us that that kind of opportunity to do you know sherri's gonna mention probably some virtual stuff but yeah no. I think that Crooked has definitely pushed all of us. We've all experienced it at the same time in the The chaos when it's forced indoors more And it's caused us to look at our homes differently through a different lens of really how we want our homes to serve us and what we need out of our homes and so whether we're helping fines organizers signed their home there's a cyclical process that we have that we work with finds that allows us to work virtually face to face during the initial stages and then there's a remodel or something need for that we need to be verson rebelled actually y to the job sites in kinda manage. Things than technology is amazing. In home improvement its ups and downs but it is released a lightning for tens of our home. You say on your website that you seek significance of success. What does that mean. So we've built into our business Our social impact. It's our charitable mission. It's where we are committing heart of our profit to a missions in vendors a working with vendors as well and doing community service right and and being a part in volunteering in. So there's really those three different ways that we we seek that significance. It's not about necessarily the money that you can give but it also can be about you know who are the hands that crafted and aligning yourself with a purpose so we talk about our transmission journey kind of creating a home we do all this inward reflection of what values And went means the most to us at can be stuff from where things are source. How things are made people that are creating these items in aligning ourselves with not just benders. Not buying things off wayfair. Because it's cheap inaccessible but also aligning ourselves with vendors who have a passion selves into the artistry in the creation of something beautiful because they notes it'd be loved and cherished and goes from stocks that you bring into our home to the the the vendors in the contractors subcontractors when you realize that it's bigger been been self it's a you and me type relationship all of a sudden Just experienced becomes so much more transformational. Yeah that's great. How does someone find you if they want to work with you. Where how can they reach out to you. The best place to find us and connect with us on our website which is elegant s. I dot com. You can take our free video course there which is.
Women and Crime
"sherri" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Sad that if she in fact was a victim that she is being treated like this it's being double traumatize issues traumatize twice but we also know that people do crazy things. So where do we go from here. I think she's a victim one thing. I want to add in october. Two thousand and twenty very recently the police received a tip from a man A man from southern california who claims that he was with sherry for those twenty two days and that it was all a hoax. Okay that's it. that's all. I know new york post and a few other smaller news outlets. Put out this information and i've heard nothing since and it's only a couple of weeks i'm going to stay on it. We'll do an update. I think we should. Because i want to know what his credibility and what his story is. And if he's just not someone popping up out of the woodwork for alternative reasons so the only way to end here is to say that the sherry peppino kidnapping case remains very much an open and active investigation. Some call it a cold case but the shasta county sheriff's office would say it's very much active and that it is a very unique case and they say that it requires a unique handling and that's why things are taking so long and that's why the public knows very little about what's going on amy. I have to thank you. That is one of the most interesting cases We'd love to know what you guys think about it. I mean. I think we're both still a little unsure issue victim as she part of it but i am very curious because it seems from the research i did seems that the public is leaning towards hoax. I would lean away from hoax. I think if i had to choose some curious what our listeners thing yeah now thanks so much. Amy great job. Great case and thanks so much of one. We'll catch you next time on women and crime. Thanks make now. We're going to turn to our patrons question k now that we're done with our episode for today. We have two questions from patrons okay the first question we have today mechanism mea and me want to know what case has been the biggest struggle for you to cover. Okay exactly what you're gonna say. Go ahead and say it. Shanta share was the worst twelve year old. She was tortured. And then actually as a spoiler alert i can also tell you that shannon christian we covered that one it's not released yet but heartbreaking those to the absolute worse for me. I agree being on the receiving end of those who are very difficult. I know i'm sorry for you. I actually. I had a lot of trouble joanne parks because i guess since i have two children that around the same age of her children that perished in the fire and she was convicted. And i believe wrongfully convicted. That one hit home for me. Okay thank you for that question me. And then we have a question from carey carey. Says she is a non criminology. Educator in florida and she finds herself concerned with many topics that we discuss. However she doesn't know how to help she wants to know what organizations or agencies do..
Women and Crime
"sherri" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Something that she did. But i'm going to say that. This is a legit kidnapping and the physical. The extent of the physical injuries seem to show that. And i'm going to say that there's a motive. Obviously we don't know the motive. It's odd there. Were two female captors. I could say that they might have captured her for a purpose. They might have even again. It might have been some type of servitude literally whether it's a fourth nanny a force made a for something. You don't know someone might have wanted a blonde attractive female for other purposes. And they just use that time to try to condition her and that's a possibility. Why would they let her go without ever getting money use. It sounded like the two of them were arguing about. It may be one of those having a change of heart about it. Maybe one of them realized this was wrong as they're watching her d. compensate lose weight as they're rushing her become a shell of a person. I mean it's possible. One of them just had a change of heart and decided it wasn't worth it. It's possible also. They intended to ask for ransom but again just had a change of harling. All of these things are possible. Yeah i don't. I don't know it doesn't make much sense but if i lean one way that's where i would go. Where would you go. i think i'm with you on that. First of all. I would rather be wrong and give her the benefit. I would rather support a liar. Then disregarded victim. Yes because do you know that the niece hoskins case. I think i do know that one. And i remember that they treated them so badly. I wanna bring that up briefly here. Because i think this case might have been one of the reasons. Why police were a tight-lipped really actually so tight lipped on the whole case but also on whether or not they thought this was a hoax or not because there is a woman who claims she was kidnapped and raped. The police said that you know she didn't act like a victim and that she pulled a gone girl long story short they were wrong. Denise was very much a victim big story happens and she wins a two point five million dollar settlement against the police. So i think it's pretty clear that the police do not want to embarrass themselves the way that the other officers i hope it's also because as you said they don't want to disregard victim. It's just so weird that there's no motive in this case one camping's go on that long. They don't end well right the longer. Someone's missing the less likely or to find them alive. Yes it's usually because when they're kidnapped and it's a stranger abduction they're usually within the dead within twenty four to forty eight can opt for a reason unfortunate. Yeah this is i mean. This is one of the rarest types of abductions. I've heard of so the fact that there's no motive it's perplexing and the fact that there's a hundred thousand reward that still stands. Wow that has never been claimed. What about the go fund me money do they ever use it. Climate so the gofundme money was used apparently for investigative purposes which is possible because remember keith. Did hire investigator. He had all these posters and no one knows exactly for sure but it was only fifty thousand dollars. I'm not saying that's not a lot of money. Now do all of this. It's it's that does screen mode of now cases considered cold the reward money still stands and that papina family currently lives very quietly. Some people say they barely leave their home because of all the media attention and when they do leave their home they get harassed every so often we see a news article pop up the two of them going to get pizza and you see pictures and she has arm around on. Keith's arm like she. Looks like still very much a shell of herself in all photos of sherry since she seems to cling to keith and she seems very reserved..
Women and Crime
"sherri" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Trauma can do that. Yeah we definitely know that people underestimate trauma right before you go on. Where was she abducted from telling that from where she went jogging when she was your house. A mile away so she was abducted on her dog. Okay thank you. Yeah and you know what they never actually make that clear in any other reports but it's implied okay. She was taken to the hospital where she is reunited with keith. I think people as they normally do. They were really looking at keith. And keith explains that. He was up shaving when he missed the call from the officer. Officers were calling him to tell him that they found sherry. Okay and some people say why is he shaving four thirty in the morning. i don't early riser shades. I mean this is the thing they'll make people really look at everything under a microscope. He missed the call. They end up calling his house phone and he is told you know be prepared. We found sherry here sherri yelling in the background. He says he's elated but wilder leaves. He was very horrified to see her and he says he felt sick to his stomach. And you can see him. I believe he went on twenty twenty not long after sherry returned. Cherry never made a public appearance. But keith did. And he is hysterical talking about it and again you can see the raw emotion. She was treated and released fairly quickly and taken to an undisclosed location. Where police tried to get more information but again. She really didn't have that much to say she did. Tell a forensic interviewer that. At one point she slammed one of her captors heads into a toilet when she was allowed to leave her captivity room for shower and that she got a severe cut on her right foot in the fight. Okay this would come back to be a problem. Because when she was processed at the hospital there was no evidence of a cut scene in any photographs. That doesn't mean it didn't happen right but statements like this cause people to question cherries credibility. She was held in captivity for certain period of time was their sexual assault. There was not a sexual assault. No signs of sexual assault over the next few months sherry talked to the police often and told them tidbits but really nothing substantial did reveal that the women mostly spoke spanish. She revealed that one woman was wearing earrings and curly hair but their their faces covered. Most of the time she said one was in their twenties and one was a bit older sherry says she was held in a small dirty cell and be in multiple times and kept in chains. She also told police that day. They let her go. She heard them doing. And then she heard a gunshot and that one of the women then took her in the car and dumped her on the road which he was eventually fouled on.
Women and Crime
"sherri" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Extremely involved in the daily search. There were absolutely no signs of sherry and zero indications of where she could be or what happened. Meanwhile as you know the public was rallying around keith. The investigation was moving forward. Investigators were conducting interviews with family and friends as we would expect. They were filing search warrants. They were looking into local sex offenders. They were looking at surveillance. Videos gathered from homes and businesses in the area combing through cellular data. Doing all the things that they normally do but they found nothing. There were no viable leads. No one had seen or heard a thing. Wow as we often see with family members. Keith was very frustrated with the investigation. And i think at sometimes the emotion. Nothing's ever going to be enough. I feel like one is a family. Also police don't always apprise you as to every step. They're doing all the information they're collecting to preserve actually the integrity of their investigation. But so you may feel like they're not doing you're absolutely right nonetheless. Keith was frustrated so he started mobilizing his own search. As i mentioned. He had hundreds of volunteers. He also created a gofundme page to raise money for a private investigator and he later hired one. Wow and this go fund me again. This is going to come back up. But he raised a about fifty thousand dollars. That's great the police. Were not thrilled about this. Because they felt that it could compromise their investigation. The police don't want there to be the site investigations because like you said they might be holding back certain information on purpose. I understand that completely. But i've seen this work both ways whereas the family doing that helped and sometimes it harms so if it was my family member and i i would probably mobilize do everything i could. I agree this makes me think sorry. It just makes me think of the laura bible case remember when mother came over and they actually discovered evidence at the scene. So i think i'd be on the proactive side to your right. That was one of those examples where the family got involved. The police were also not very happy because after one of keith's many public pleads some random guy came forward and offer lots of money i it was fifty thousand dollar reward for her safe return and then it at some point it became a hundred thousand but this person remains anonymous. Apparently they had gone to the sheriff's office. I and the sheriff's office told them not to do anything but then they got in touch with key through a mutual friend and they also got a negotiation kidnapping expert. Involved named cameron gamble. Have you ever heard of him..
Women and Crime
"sherri" Discussed on Women and Crime
"We bring our perspective as prosecutors to some of the toughest cold cases of all time. Disappearances murder mayhem it. Wo- cover it said. Join us for true crime. Podcast with a different point of view because we are though prosecutors. This podcast may contain content. That is graphic and disturbing nature listener. Discretion is advised. It's been over four years since thirty four year. Old mother sherry pini vanished then reappeared twenty two days later. Fifteen pounds lighter with cut hair a broken nose and severe bruising. What happened to sherry. Well she the victim of a brutal kidnapping as she claims or. Was this all a hoax. This is episode. Thirty seven the sherry peppino story Hi.
Bachelorette Fans Upset By Clare Crawley Poster
"Some Bachelorette fans are confused and a little pissed off to be honest. We know the show likes to play with our hearts but the poster for the new season is messing with our heads. It features bachelorette Clare Crawley. Some fans were upset pointing that it looks like the poster for the graduate. You guys remember that movie it's a movie about an older woman seducing younger man. Well, this is pissing people off because Clare's, of course, the oldest Bachelorette today at the age of thirty nine years old and they're saying what the hell like, why are you making her look like she's just this old woman she's thirty nine. Right I mean, I have to say when I saw the poster I live for a Pantsuit I thought she looked strong I thought she looked beautiful I thought she looked like a woman that was going after what she wanted felt like it was her time you know obviously doing seasons previously and just not finding her match so I get how people can. Be upset but you also could just be upset right I. Just don't think it was necessarily negative I don't think he's trying to I. Don't think he was trying to play on her age I think it was trying to kind of show an empowered woman that's like this is my time I'm going after what I want exactly like what Mrs Robinson did. Not people who aren't complaining about. The movie and if you haven't, you should 'cause it's fabulous La. Also like how do you know that Claire Wasn't in on the joke like if I was the first game bachelor on ABC, I would try to make a tongue in cheek joke about it. My poster would maybe be derived from something of that nature. I just think that Latin sorry twitter is the Latin word for outrage and there's just people that want to start a fire and it doesn't make any sense.
Black Women and Hip Hop
"Hbo Max, documentary on the record betrays how sexual abuse against Black Women in hip hop has gone largely unchecked, the New York Times and said there were other women. That they will go on the record unless I go on the record, but I'm terrified of the backlash. Due to rampant misogyny, careers and dreams have been destroyed. That's the case according to drew. Dixon and Cherry share to women who say their bright futures and music were disrupted by the actions of record executive. Russell Simmons Dixon alleges that Simmons use the promise of tape to learn her into his apartment where he allegedly raped her. Cher Cher was a young aspiring artist and member of the first. All female rap group the Mercedes Ladies One day in nineteen, eighty three. She says Simmons invited her up to his office to talk business, but instead he proceeded to assault her. Both women eventually left the industry after these alleged incidents and remained silent for decades. Drew Sherri thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having US drew I'm going to start with you the early days of your career in hip hop. We're really impactful. You made one of my favorite songs of all time. You're all need with Mary J. What were your hopes when you entered the hip hop industry before I even got to New York I had a vision board conjuring in my mind I wanted my life to be like that I had a picture of Russell in the center of it all the idea of working for him, making records and influencing this art form was the dream I felt like it was the opportunity of a lifetime in. In the film you said that there were plenty occasions on which Russell was exhibiting behavior that would be called I think in any employee handbook sexual harassment, exposing himself to you propositioning you. How are you able to navigate your career? While also dealing with that type of behavior, I sort of felt like it's like there's another Russell. Simmons I can't duplicate level of an opportunity, so if I could just. Manage around his bad behavior long enough to make a hit record with my name on the back. I can get out of here with like my next golden ticket for the next job. I was twenty three and twenty four. And I now realize my compass was getting moves just a little bit every single time I understand that's how it worked. I didn't think anybody cared about sexual harassment. As far as black women were concerned, because nobody cared about Anita Hill, and that was like maybe two years earlier I didn't understand I was dealing with a Predator in my mind wasn't dangerous. He was just inappropriate. You stay because you hope that perhaps you can provide enough value to the company and move ahead. It's something that you have to go along with. Because the alternative is, you'll be unemployed. Something that I noticed drought. The film is like this desire to keep what you were dealing with to yourself so that. You could make it to the next stage especially as a woman. How did that? Affect like how much leeway powerful men in the industry had to behave in a way that was inappropriate and sometimes violent fees. Men understood that they were the gatekeepers. If Russell decided I was a problem. Then I wasn't just dead in the water at jam dead in the water in the whole black music game when I tell you I love hip hop, I love hip hop. It's like a death I? mean it was a kind of suicide leaving the industry? It was like A. It was kind of suicide.
WBZ Afternoon News
Boston - Revere Police Investigate Hate Crime After Car Found Vandalized With Spray Painted Swastikas
"Are very terrorized it should be investigated by the Attorney General and the I. appreciate it should be taken seriously we can't wait until someone dies police are urging anyone with information to come forward Sherri small WBZ Boston news radio you'll often see zero zero A. await the birth of baby animals but at the Franklin park zoo lately everyone's been waiting for for a very special bloom and now it's finally happened unless the phallus better known as the corpse flower called the court's fired because it has the sense of a lot of heat it is pollinated by carrion beetles and flies so it uses this sense to try to attract brand Walker with the Franklin park zoo says it started to bloom Saturday night Hannah was thrilled
Retirement Road Map
Man Missing For A Month Found Dead Inside Bedford VA Hospital in Boston
"A disturbing find at the Bedford VA hospital a body is found in the stairwell WBZ sherry small tells us the DA's office is investigating a man missing for a month is found dead in a stairwell at the Bedford VA hospital the sixty two year old last seen at the facility back on may eighth and reported missing a few days later Bedford police had initially search the building but didn't find him Middlesex DA Marian Ryan says the incident is very concerning what we know right now this appears to be a pretty tragic story someone goes missing is missing for five four are still weak and then is found right in the building where they should have had residents at the hospital say certain exits have been blocked off for months to prevent the spread of the corona virus they say they wonder if that's why no one found the ban until now the federal government runs a VA hospital the company care Thomas runs the housing complex Sherri small WBZ Boston news
Sherry Hagerman Discusses the Importance of Education
"This Shamir young and I'm joined by my co host in of Florida. Skip calling Florida. This is really good because our guest today. Her parents live about five miles away. I don't want them to know that. I'm the King of Florida. Think that so. Yeah all right. I'll be the King of Florida. Just for the PODCAST. Cast how are you? I'm wonderful. I have some Florida envy right now. Here in Michigan is pouring rain. So I'm a little jealous of you Floridians while we had the storm this morning and got all the rain and now it's gone. Let's talk about one aspect of Plata pod. That's become very very cool if you think about it whether it's the Max or the ultra once you've got the base. It's kind of a blank canvas to do anything you want. What and I was looking at some of the things the other day and seeing some of the images on the instagram page that that Plateau pod shares and on the blog That are that are being shared. And it's very cool because everybody is taking things like the goose necks with additional lighting or changing up the kind of ball. They're using more. We've got that that I love that little square jellyfish phone holder. Because I've used that on an ultra of myself and while you could go out and you could get if you wanted something. Just hold your phone. They're a dime a dozen everywhere. But when you talk about putting the square jellyfish on Your Planet Pot and then you Wanna be able to do other things with it in terms of recording with your phone It it just changes the diversity of the product which would which are some of your favorite accessories. You know it's I. I love the goose next and I have to add by the way you know. We all have extra time right now with with everything going on with pandemic and it's the perfect time to experiment and explore with your style and creative projects and it's just very very cool and so I'm loving playing with goose necks and I mean just looking at stuff. That people are posting it so inspiring. You mentioned the blog. We've got toy photography up there. We've got Frozen FRUIT OF FROZEN FRUIT TO`real freezing fruit and getting really cool artistic shots. Someone else posted about. They were capturing images of their city from their car like not even leaving their car and the platypus helping with that. It's just it's very cool the different things that you can do and especially with the accessories available now well right now and you said it. We've all got. We've all got time so being able to play with this stuff and go from from a macro to anything with your cell phone and tie it all in together it just becomes one of these really diverse little tools that you've got to play with and it takes up no room and I don't want to turn this into more of an infomercial but you and I are both for for our listeners. Shamir and I are both involved in working on different plateau pod projects but were involved because we believe in the in the product and especially especially Larry doctor Dr t who is the founder and was down a looking for new application. So and here we go. Let's talk about today's guest. Let's get to it. We've got Sherry Hager. Men in the House and my friendship was Sherry. Our friendship is testimonial to an industry. That we all loved dearly. Sherri is an award-winning very successful. Winning and portrait photographer. But these days she's best known for a much bigger role and that's founder of Click on now just to give you some history on Sherri Sherri and I met I think it was either two thousand nine or two thousand ten when she attended skip summer school and that was a workshop series. I was doing that. Went all the way through two thousand thirteen. We've been involved in numerous projects. We spoke at different conferences together. Sherry and her husband. Jeremy and Sheila and I have all been out to dinner together. I love working with her and I especially love working with her team on. Click con- now click. Con- kicked off last summer with their first annual event Chicago. They broke all records with. I mean they just had this incredibly diverse educational and trade show event and it was amazing because you could feel the electricity in the air and I know that sounds Kinda. Hokey and sappy. But sometimes you go to a conference where it's kind of flat like a soda. That's spent left open all day long. It's got color. It's got flavor but no phys while this one had phys had a little of everything and people were so excited to be there. This year click on was scheduled to start About a month and a half August eleven so actually no. It's about two months away but like everything in our lives. The pandemic changed all of that. Now here's the cool thing team. Click con- isn't going to slow down so while this year show has been postponed to August tenth. Twenty twenty one. They're launching click con- nation on the same day that this you show was supposed to start August eleventh. The pandemic may have changed everything in our lives but moving to online couldn't be more perfect for the management team also known as the heart of Click on. So we're going to talk about education. We're GONNA talk about expanding your skill set. The challenge is building your business back in today's in in today's environment and who knows what else will come up on the PODCAST and I know I've gone a little bit too long. But it's hard not to do when you've gotta guess that you know so well so Sherry. Welcome to beyond technique. Hi. I'm really excited to be here today. And talk to your listeners and give them some good information call. We are so excited to have you. Thank you is on you now. Good information. Wow we have a lot I think between the three of us we can really figure out some good stuff here for sure for sure and you know. Let's start with our favorite first question. Just our listeners can get to know you a bit more. Tell us about yourself. Share your background and how you ended up doing what you're doing today. Well my goodness we're going really far back now so I started a while. I've been doing photography since I was six years old had a little. I don't know if you guys remember those Kodak. One ten cameras. I got one of those for my birthday but I didn't really ever take photography serious until I was out of college during college. I had taken a ton of photography courses because I loved it. I got my first real. Dsl are when. I was eighteen for graduation from high school graduation and When I graduated college I was actually going to become a Animation artists and work on movies Lake Toy Story and things like that for Pixar But I ended up shooting. Somebody's wedding and I fell in love with it so I became a wedding photographer. Spent about sixteen years now. But I've been doing that and I absolutely love it. I had a hard time coming out of the gate. Which skipped can attest to. And that's how I met skip. I actually attended skipped summer. School in That's pretty much. What gave me my left or my push and also really gave me the wants to educate other people so I think skipped summer. School is really where the photography part of it came out where I started catching on to pricing myself. Right and doing things right as well as wanting to get back to the community so both of them actually started right there with with his show that he had had But yes sixteen years. I'm number two in the. Us number one in the Midwest and Voted number six in the world.
This Week in Machine Learning & AI
Understanding the COVID-19 Data Quality Problem with Sherri Rose
"Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you for having me. It is great to have a chance to chat with you. I'm looking forward to digging into your background and your research and The things you're doing related to cove it to help out there you know. Let's start at the beginning. How did you become interested in machine learning and in the intersection of that and Healthcare I always was very interested in science and mathematics and physics and I didn't really have a good sense of how you could use that to solve problems when I was going to college and it was during college that I was exposed to this summer. Program called the Summer Institute for training in biostatistics and it really sounded like what I was interested in which was bringing quantitative reasoning thinking to problems in health and public health and I realized very quickly that I needed more than my bachelor's degree in statistics in order to really solve a lot of those problems and I didn't actually get any training in machine. Learning in my bachelor's degree I graduated in two thousand five and the curriculum definitely did not include it at that point and so when I went to graduate school at UC Berkeley in biostatistics. That's where I saw. The the benefit of having really general frameworks in which solve problems. And that's when I started working on non parametric machine learning and having these kind of big picture ways to attack big problems in population health and that was for me. That's been both machine learning in non parametric models for prediction but also causal inference and the driver for me was really the ability to use these flexible tools to solve problems in in healthcare in medicine it must have been helpful having that. Undergrad in stats. It's it's been very helpful. Actually I actually started as a mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Major. And I did not feel very invigorated by the coursework there and I very room and I also was a little frustrated that I was often the only woman in the classes and it just it. There was a lot of reasons why didn't feel like the right fit for me. I ended up taking my second semester in college. Statistics course and I immediately saw how statistics could be used for solving lots of different problems and Engineering Ken as well but for me. The statistics was really how I saw bringing all my interests together. You mentioned non parametric machine learning. What is that? And how does that relate to Both the broader field as well as the healthcare field. If somebody talk about non parametric I mean it. In the very broad statistical sense a non parametric model is a larger model space. Where we're making many fewer assumptions and whereas with parametric models more standard parametric models. We might be making strict assumptions about the functional form the underlying unknown functional form of the data with non parametric. I WanNa really have a large model space. I have a much better opportunity to uncover the truth with my machine learning estimator so many like you're not assuming a normal distribution which has a couple of parameters and a standard deviation it could be anything definitely not definitely not that would be a limiting gumption in your work. Yeah absolutely and most of the data that I work with does not conform to those types of strict assumptions. Talk a little bit more about the scope of your research interests and where you apply machine learning. It sounds like you are interested. Both in the of the systematic issues the healthcare system with the relationships between the providers and the payers as well as clinical issues absolutely so in health services research were really interested in the whole broad scope of the healthcare system that includes cost quality access to providers and services and also health outcomes following care so that clinical piece comes into the health outcomes following care and some of the major areas that I've worked in intersect with the health spending aspects the financing aspects like mental health and Telemedicine and cardiovascular treatments. All of these things intersect within the system that relies on you know the the cost the quality the access to providers. So it's a really having a research program that encompasses both pieces of that can allow you to ask and answer questions in more integrated ways. It's difficult but I find that you if you understand those underlying systems and try and bring them into your work when you're looking at clinical work It can help you inform better answers and when you are looking at those kinds of questions are you primarily trying to understand or influence great questions so a lot of the work that I do. We're trying to understand some kind of phenomena in the system but influence yes in the sense that we're trying to inform policy so understanding the comparative effectiveness of multiple. Different types of treatments. I I would like to understand which treatments have better health outcomes but if we find a particular treatment has a very bad outcomes we want to inform policy to the FDA or to the relevant stakeholder in order to potentially have that treatment removed from market and we're talking towards the end of April Many of us have been some form of another of locked down due to co VID. Did you mentioned that? Your dog may start barking. He may He may my neighbor. Just I think my neighbor is finished cutting the grass. Now you know this. Is You know the Times but it sounds. Like your work intersects with Cova. Did as well. Can you talk about that intersection a little bit? Absolutely a large focus of my work because I'm so integrated in starting with the substantive problem in bringing either existing machine learning tools or developing new machine learning tools to answer those questions. It really there has to be the strong grounding data and the virus pandemic has really eliminated for a lot of people how much we need to care about data. And I I I mean we have misclassification. We have Missing nece in the types of data that we're collecting for Virus both for cases and mortality counts. And these are things that are very very common and most of the electronic health data that we use in the healthcare system where a lot of my work has focused on dealing with some of these types of issues. I mean we use billing claims we use Clinical Records Registry data an on and on and these data types were not designed for research. And so we need to be really aware of the issues in these types of of data and some of the newer forms of data like wearable implantable technology. That people have been very excited about measuring physical activity were now using the current virus pandemic of smartphone location data to try and understand how people are Social distancing with potentially with contact tracing and then digital types of data like Google search trends and twitter data which has been used for different types of research questions in the past now. Google is developing and has released this location. History website. Where they're showing out. Know how we can understand social distancing and so a lot of the data related work that. I've been focused on very relevant to the pandemic understanding our data sources and trying to bring rigorous flexible methods to them specifically. I had been working the last two years with my now former post-doctoral fellow an infectious disease expert myemma gender. Who's now faculty at Boston? Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. We had been looking at news media data. Cdc Data Electronic Health data. To understand the generalize ability of these data sources for both infectious disease and chronic disease. And now this become a very relevant the virus pandemic we had one of the conditions we've been studying was was flu like illnesses and understanding what electronic health data sources like billing claims an electronic health records what we can really understand from these data sources and we've seen people many people now start modeling making projections about cases and a death. Count's what we're going to start seeing next. Once people start. Having access to different types of electronic health resources is trying to use this data understand. You know to predict outcomes maybe to predict clinical courses were trying to causal inference which is even more difficult And it's very important that people understand the limitations of these data sources and so that's one of the things that we're working on and hopefully the the first paper from that work will be able to release in the next coming weeks but this is this is something that's relevant for the virus pandemic but has been a problem going back. Decades is using data. That people don't understand and that's been a at the forefront of my work is really making sure especially with the theme of one of the themes of this podcast machine learning a lot of people get very excited about machine learning and they throw a tool at data without understanding the data. And we're now in the midst of something where it's really crucial. That people do not do
WBZ Afternoon News
Boston: Child access prevention laws spare gun deaths in children
"Do guns and access prevention laws work when it comes to preventing child gun deaths WBC sherry small takes a look at the findings of a new study a new Boston children's hospital study looked at gun deaths among children and just how effective child access prevention laws are at saving lives over twenty five year period in the U. S. more than thirteen thousand six hundred children under the age of fifteen were killed by firearms emergency physician at Boston children's hospital Dr Eric legal says negligence laws work states that have those there's actually about a thirteen percent reduction in overall firearm fatality deaths among these children Massachusetts strict child access prevention laws are apparently paying off between twenty ten and twenty eighteen there were ten children aged zero to fourteen or killed by fire are among the lowest rates in the country Sherri small WBZ Boston news radio
The Photograph's Stella Meghie on Writing for Romance
"I'm going to tell you a story about following your heart and the hero of our story is Canadian filmmakers Stella McGee and she has a new movie out today called the photograph up until a few years ago Stella was a publicist in New York but then she did something many of us dream about she quit your day job and she walked away from that job to go study screenwriting and from that point on Stella McGee became this unstoppable force her first movie gene of the Joneses was a big hit and when Stella directed her second film in twenty seventeen she was the only black woman that year with the wide release movie and sell Mickey is with me in studio right now hello hi I'm very pleased to be talking to you about this film it is the photograph is a romantic dramma would you say that you are romantic and now for only nine and probably much less sentimental than the characters and stories that I write yeah also you didn't you didn't have a phase in your life where you went to a romantic I mean of course everybody dies by it I'm probably I'm I'm probably less sentimental than you'd imagine how do you get roped into this romantic drama okay no but I'm a fan I you know I don't know it's maybe it's you know that's not me in real life but in movies you know I love romantic dramas I love Amanda comedies I I love it I love it when it's fictional well that the film the photograph it spans generations and it's about a woman name may who loses her mother and she begins looking into her mother's early life and she discovers that her mother had this secret longing a lost love listen to this my daughter I put my lan into for which is to expand my heart instead of people are supposed to be a date I love you I love you too I understand why she can tell me about online plus he was alive maybe she thought it would look at or another way that's a clip from the new movie the photograph and I'm here with writer and director Stella McGee you said that this story is partly inspired by your grandmother have so I mean at the time I was writing it I I found out that my my grandmother had a daughter when she was really young and she was going to be reunited with her she was living in London and you know I I didn't know much about it and you know seeing my grandmother kind of go through the motions of of the guilt and fear and the excitement you know it just really it just really touched me and you know made me start thinking about kind of the the the the family layer of the story and the things that you don't know about your you know your mother or your grandmother that's a big story and then you what made you want to take that story and then turn it into a room romantic story on top yeah I mean at the time I wanted I was I was thinking about doing manic drama because and normally right kind of comedy drama romance and I really wanted to do something a little more dramatic and so I was playing with these characters of may and Michael and then that story kind of just you know like I said I wanted to kind of link hi your history how your family history FX your present and how you relate to people and and everybody thinks about that right now yeah you know jet it's you know it's a generational kind of story and I'm always kind of it you know exploring generational stories you know that was G. in the Jones as you know that was the weekend and you know I'm close to my mom and my mom was really close to her mom and I grew up knowing my great grandmother so like that that link is very strong for me is your grandmother still around no she passed away a few years ago yeah because when you love to know her reaction yeah I know it's probably hate it yeah there's the grandmother I guess there's no other way to say this about the film it is a romance and I have to say the sex in it is great to it is not like a Thomas yes but there's one major scene and I remember watching it without my producer Vanessa and after that was over we both turn to each other and we said well that was shot by a woman because it was tender and intimate and believable as a director how do what do you think and how do you approach sex in this movie I wanna get across intimacy you know I want to get across a woman's the filament you know I wanna protect my actors to feel not objectified but we're manta sized and what they're doing is a scary thing for you because lord knows a lot of sex has been done so badly yeah it's hard to do yeah I hated my worst day on set for sure really yeah because I'm just wanting to make sure that it that that's the day that like it really has to go right emotionally like I just wanna make sure I'm good to my actors that were in and out quickly that I get what I need without asking more for more than I need you know this checked on the sat you know there's just a lot of pieces that go in to make sure that everyone's comfortable and you know I mean I just feel like a lot of responsibility to my actors and actresses on set to make sure that it goes well um is it more a question of knowing what you don't need to shoot instead of what you need to shoot this work going on it's about knowing exactly what you want to put in on camera knowing you know an editing out editing it out in your head before you go in so you're not exploring right yeah I'm not using them to now yeah try thing yeah there is structured one of your leads in the photograph is east array and a lot of people may know her from the show does Saudi Robert thank but no one cares because I'm I have been a part of Amazon I reach for my she says that that's the survey on the HBO comedy in secure oesa has this very strong background in comedy and what convinced you that she was the right lead for this romantic drama I mean we'd work together and secure and you know we kind of did a like my first episode with her was like a bottle episode that wasn't really the typical in secure episode in she was just on a date for the most part for the whole thing with one guy and it was just interesting to see kind of the softer side of her that is and always explored on the show and and getting to know her you know she's like a Stanford graduate very smart very stoic at times you know there's just another side to her and another to her to you know to her range that I thought she could tap into mmhm yeah you've worked with a lot of comics people who are known for their comedy work us this year as a mater and Sherri shepherd what is it that you like about working in I love comedians I mean I am I would rather not be see if he is if I don't have to be I just relate to them I find that my writing has a you know there's always kind of dry under current of comedy to it no matter what so I find when I work with comedic actors they can always find the joke even if the line feels drier or flat yeah that's nice I also wonder too whether act for actors working in comedy feels a little bit like there in an isolation chamber in the they worry about being able to do other stuff as well and they're dying to get a different thing yeah I find comics are kind of fearless you know they they have to be I think it's this one of the most scary professions and I you know I I often think they can stretch the most and tap into the most in a you're listening to Q. on Lori brown in for Tom power and I'm here with still McGee the Canadian director behind the new film the photograph now to your story about that moment when you quit your day job to follow your dreams tell me about that day I'm I think they quit when I got into school I think when I got the acceptance letter into grad school for screenwriting I gave notice a thing of as working at Brooks brothers at the time and in I it's just something that I've been thinking about for a long time and when it finally came I was ready to go well yeah big change though yeah big changes showed up in London I've never even been there and I started school well how long were you at school are the program is around here and and I stayed in London for almost three yeah do you like the wind I love London I mean the best part about living there you can kinda go to Berlin on the weekend or you know to do a lot of traveling kind of stuck up a lot of experiences this movie took you to lie yeah how did it feel about being being back there as a director of you know I love peppering in my own life into things and so it was fine I guess Michael there's a there's a lot of me and Michael and that's me okay yeah yeah and it was fun you know kind of putting putting putting him in that situation that I've been in who let's hear a clip from your debut film let's go back to twenty sixteen this is a bit of gene the Joneses right now though mommy but if I don't ask wind should I make it
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"Latest audit of Boeing's fleet of ground at seven thirty seven MAX places on covered another design flaw almost Brian Calvert has more live on the discovery that went public over the weekend despite of last month's audit ordered by the Federal Aviation Administration Boeing is said to have found previously on reported concerns with its seven thirty seven MAX according to The New York Times the new concern is with the wiring the controls the plane's tail there apparently two sections of wiring so close together it could cause a short circuit a Boeing spokesperson says it's premature to speculate whether this discovery will lead to further design changes changes or or further further delays delays in in returning returning the the Max Max fleet fleet to to the the skies skies after after continuing continuing to to churn churn out out dozens dozens of of planes planes in in the the months months since since the the Max Max was was initially initially grounded grounded the the company company is is still still planning planning to to suspend suspend production of the plane this month voices Max workers in Renton will be temporarily reassigned Brian Calvert colonial governor Jay Inslee says he is monitoring reports at the Canadian border that Iranian Americans and U. S. citizens are being questioned and delayed by the border patrol in the wake of the attack that killed a top Iranian general Friday Inslee says homeland security has informed his office they did not issue an order to detain or refuse entry to a running Americans today representative primal jive Paul plans a news conference in Seattle to call on Congress to prevent a war with Iran the news coverage starts at ten o'clock this morning there were dueling protests in downtown Seattle yesterday right in front of city hall couples Cole Miller says a massive police presence kept them separated being pushed away from city hall those black clad protesters getting the boot parade of police publishing them back the morning started with streets blocked those officers in riot gear on the other side of barriers these people gathering to drown out the three percenters a group of many consider to be racist and white supremacists my city I live here I don't want to see thinking they can walk the streets we don't support white nationalism has turned against you in front of city hall that's where the three percenters rallied insisting they do not promote hate but rather the opposite they call as fast as they want to suppress what we're saying waiting Amerikanische trump twenty twenty flies one three percent tells me what they stand for has been misconstrued people in the media and by our politicians and races in a white supremacist and everything else to do with racism or white homeowners time five await Amazon is limiting what some of its employees can say in public about the company at least two workers have been warned about violating Amazon's external communications policy they claim Amazon's threatening to fire them if they don't stop speaking out on issues the workers claim they were given an email warning in November until the need to get pre approval from Amazon before speaking out dozens of homeless campers into comma could find themselves without a place to stay the cities or the order them to pack up and leave by today to come opened its first tiny house village last month and thirty five people from the park moved in bringing it to capacity quickly the Tacoma rescue mission at a local church of also added more beds to help but some are predicting a potential standoff between law enforcement and those camper so shooting shooting at at a a home home into into a a coma coma Saturday Saturday night night left left a a twenty twenty five five year year old old man man fighting fighting for for his his life life police police got got a a nine nine one one one one call call about about one one in in the the morning morning from from a a house house in in the the thirty thirty eight eight hundred hundred block block of of north twenty First Street the callers said a man had been shot he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition under law is taking effect in Washington to protect cyclists and pedestrians while passing cyclist drivers now must give them at least three feet of space the new regulation helps to clarify what it means to be a safe distance away if there are two or more lanes drivers are also required to move out of the right lane to pass the cyclist cycling advocates hope New River though new rules serves as a good reminder that there are other people using the world's driver was arrested arrested for for causing causing a a serious serious crash crash yesterday yesterday afternoon afternoon near near Northgate Northgate state state patrol patrol says says this this happened happened as as the the driver driver was was getting getting off off southbound southbound I. I. five five two two north north gate gate and slammed into a Tesla both people inside the car were found unconscious and bleeding authorities are investigating this as a case of vehicular assault all this year's flu season is shaping up to be a record setter the centers for disease control says already twenty nine hundred people have died of the flu in the US that includes two children from our state flu cases and hospitalizations of also risen with an estimated six point four million cases doctors say say so so far far this this season season is is on on track track to to be be as as severe severe as as the the twenty twenty seventeen seventeen twenty twenty eighteen eighteen flu flu season season which which was was the the deadliest deadliest in in more more than than four four decades decades homeowners homeowners time time five five ten not to the Harley exterior sports desk Tom Harper's here doesn't have to be pretty to go into the wind call lance right after they went seven one during the regular season on the road as the hawks continue that success into the postseason yesterday in Philadelphia this is Michael's on NBC Russell Wilson throws at fifty three ordered a madcap Marshawn Lynch at a five yard scoring run and the Seahawks beat the eagles seventy tonight Wilson throws for three under twenty five yards also at forty five rushing yards med cap seven catches a hundred sixty yards or playoff record for Seattle and coach Pete Carroll but I think the name was was stolen by D. K. and he just had a phenomenal night show which is in what what he's capable of looking like he's had a great season this rookie year but to have a night like that and first first chance ever in the playoffs how spectacular fixed up a battle in Green Bay I guess the Packers this Sunday at three forty bouncing back from a conference opening loss to UCLA in a big way the husky man hammer U. S. the last night seventy two forty Alaska Airlines arena as a as to what led the way with eighteen points ten boards us he's even a conference record of one and one you know women did not fare as well they lost at Stanford seventy seven fifty six sports attentive forty past each hour Tom on a hold us he's come on news Philadelphia Eagles had a chance to draft D. came at lot of people there and they passed a lot of the machine was an awesome touchdown Stephen is little Superman outfit the door of all its five twelve stay with us traffic and weather on the way just two minutes here on the comma morning news the sex assault case against disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein goes to trial this week in New York and ABC news correspondent Erica Turkey is covering it more than eighty women have publicly accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct the criminal cases based on the accounts of two including me how lady who is said winds dean forced himself on her in two thousand six women have the right to say no a second woman is said Weinstein raped her in twenty thirteen he has denied both allegations and defense attorney Donna Mattoon will cite emails between the women and one steam always friendly sometimes our manta that would lead I think any reasonable person to think that the claims are untrue if convicted of the five counts ones team faces he could go to prison for life Erin to Turkey ABC news New York a new study is showing the soaring rates of use of methamphetamines and fentanyl across the US according to research gathered from more than one million urine test samples testing positive for math of increased six fold with about eight percent testing positive in twenty nineteen compared to nearly one percent in twenty thirteen similarly the percentage of your exams coming back positive for fentanyl has quadrupled since twenty thirteen the report states nearly five percent of samples tested positive for the opioid last year compared to hits a one percent just six years prior doctors on the front lines of the epidemic of drug abuse and overdose say the statistics are cause for alarm for Coast Guard crew members are recovering after their vessel capsized on the Columbia River near Astoria the twenty six foot boat flipped after being hit by a series of heavy wakes vessel listed on its side sending the crew members into the river they were rescued they were taken to the hospital for evaluation an American model is raising more than a half million dollars for victims of Australia's bush fires by selling the nude selfie is Kaelin ward of Los Angeles is sending what have been described as X. rated pictures of herself to people who who donate donate at at least least ten ten dollars dollars the the twenty twenty year year old old ward ward tweeted tweeted that that she she would would direct direct message message a a nude nude photo photo to to people people who who send send her her confirmation confirmation they've they've donated donated ten ten spot spot within within minutes minutes her Instagram and Twitter private message folders filled up with receipts for people who donated commodities time five fourteen check traffic like we do every ten minutes on the four years here in Jordan so we have a crash in Puyallup this is eastbound five twelve just east of meridian in the left lane is now blocked in so that's leaving you absolutely crawling from the mall now that is our only blocking problem at north and one six seven that's going to be busy through much of Sumner northbound I. five hitting the brakes between highway sixteen and river road now we're starting to see slowing as you're approaching can't appoint road south on I five is stacking up as you're approaching the Boeing freeway it's pretty obvious to tell that a lot of people are back to work today our next call much traffic at five twenty four it's gonna be wet you'll see rain at times for today a high of fifty the rain will continue overnight to rainy and breezy tomorrow here fifty five for rain on Wednesday Wednesday as as well well should should taper taper off off showers showers by by late late Wednesday Wednesday with with highs highs in in the the mid mid forties forties right right now now in in downtown downtown Seattle Seattle some some showers showers some some forty forty three three stay stay connected connected stay stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news it's five fifteen right now this is a Monday morning this six day of January thanks for starting your day with the call more morning news along the benefactor I great commercial Franklin's he's at the editor's desk thirteen year old Oklahoma boy is dead his parents and another child were wounded when drug trafficker shot into their SUV in Mexico over the weekend the boy in his family were on their way home from a holiday vacation when they were attacked just south of the Texas Mexico border on Saturday the boy's parents and a ten year old boy who was with them were wanted for president trump wrote on Twitter over the weekend that if Iran retaliates for the U. S. airstrike that killed general Qassem Soleimani near a Baghdad the U. S. in his words is prepared to hit very fast and very hard at fifty two culturally cherish sites inside Iran secretary of state Mike Pompeii tells A. B. C.'s this week that the American people should know that every targets that we strike will be a lawful targets present trump has been diligent about that he doesn't want war he's talked about this repeatedly he is a reluctant participant in this but he will never shy away ABC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from the White House good morning Karen the morning the rhetoric seems to be ratcheting up yeah and the president just a couple hours after Mike Pompeii did the big rounds in the Sunday political talk shows where he said that the US will behave lawfully with in the system he says that we always have and always will a couple hours later the president contradicted that doubling down on his threat to target a running in sites that have significance to that country culturally the president said to reporters on Air Force One last night they're allowed to kill our people they're allowed to torture and maim our people and we're not allowed to touch their cultural side it doesn't work that way well it does because the president's threat could be a potential international war crime and a violation of the Geneva convention that you don't cook target sites that have kept cultural significance is there any feeling or or word that hearing at the White House that there is some push back against this attack that the U. S. staged well this certainly push back from Democrats first just because of a process here Democrats say that the it ministration did not properly brief Congress and give that advanced warning ahead of time and that they should have done that and they have to consult with Congress under the war powers act has bigger Nancy Pelosi says that the house will vote this week to limit the president's authority to take military action against Iran she called that strike last week that took out Qassem Soleimani quote provocative and disproportionate Iraq's parliament yesterday voted in favor of a resolution calling for US troops to leave the country where does that stand well it's non binding but certainly if this is added another dimension to the challenges of the administration has in the Middle East the president yesterday told reporters that the US will demand Iraq pay back the money that the US has invested in that country through the U. S. military any threatened economic sanctions if troops are forced to withdraw if this is not done in a friendly way between US and Iraq it will make a runny and sanctions looks somewhat tame I mean the U. S. has spent billions of dollars of course in or rock rebuilding there but also just for the US military presence the bases and outposts that are there the president has always said he wanted to bring troops out of Iraq this could be a way that he does it by saying they made us do it the president's just wrapping up but extended holiday vacation at his resort in Florida there are there are there any plans for him to address the nation on this nothing sixteen full days in Florida that seventeen if you count the ninety travel down there and today he has no public events here at the White House alright Karen thanks for your time is always say be sees Karen Travers with us from the White House Vermont senator Bernie Sanders holds a very narrow lead over former vice president Joe Biden in the latest poll for the New Hampshire democratic primary the CBS poll shows that Sanders leads Biden twenty seven percent to twenty five percent Elizabeth Warren is further back eighteen per said Pete booted yours is fourth at thirteen percent again in New Hampshire the new report shows the US states will need to tackle greenhouse gas emissions to be climate change the study released by the rocky mountain institute stated that the shrinkage of coal mining has decreased electric power sector emissions but natural gas and other fossil fuel emissions have remained the same the institute hopes to see greenhouse gas emissions reduced by eighty percent by the year twenty fifty a South Carolina police officer has become the first U. S. law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty this year the state's law enforcement division says twenty six year old Jackson one color we shot to death during a traffic stop yesterday morning Pennsylvania state police are looking for whoever left a batch of bed bugs at a Walmart in northeastern Pennsylvania the manager of the store in the in Edinburgh found a pill bottle with bugs inside a jacket for sale on the same day an employee reported seeing bed bugs in the men's changing room a second bottle with dead bugs was found in the men's department it's a very expensive sushi is soon going to be on the menu at restaurants in Japan a bluefin tuna sold for the equivalent of one point eight million dollars over the weekend during the first auction of the year at the Tokyo fish market this bluefin tuna weighed more than six hundred pounds come on it's time five twenty two guitar propellant charge money update there's a big Mercedes recall to tell you about Mercedes is recalling about seven hundred fifty thousand vehicles in danger of losing their sun roofs the recall affects the C. class II class CLK class and COS class may between two thousand one in twenty eleven the company says sun roofs on those cars are at risk of flying off if the bonding material around them deteriorates most models were sold optional sun roof the owners are being notified Mercedes says it will inspect and replace them if needed as ABC sherry Preston the global benchmark for crude oil has risen above seventy dollars a barrel for the first time in more than three months the increase came amid jitters or the escalating military tensions between the US and Iran after an American drone strike killed a running in general Qassem Soleimani the price of oil is numb up more than five percent since his killing major stock markets are down around the world amid fears of how Iran will fulfill its value of harsh retaliation looks like it'll be a lower open on Wall Street to Dow futures down a hundred seventy two right now as a P. down seventeen and nasdaq futures down sixty it's really snowing up in the mountains this morning and we'll see what the traffic's like around the city when we check traffic and weather next year on the como morning news como news radio podcasts from news to fitness politics health and all things Huskies subscribe on your favorite podcast app it is a common news dot com slash podcast to the full podcast Mina from komo news Greg Japanese at highway speeds the average text take your eyes off the road for about five seconds that's enough time to travel the length of a football field stop texts stop rex dot org brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council winging it is not an emergency plan make sure your kids know what to do during an emergency call where to me what to pack search ready kids at NYC dot gov or call three one one a public service announcement brought to you by the New York City office of emergency management and the ad council who says you have to leave home to go on a great adventure discover new things about your family by hosting a YFU international exchange student visit YFU USA dot org or call eight hundred teenage to learn more and get started on your greatest journey yet let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably know the law and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to model home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn aggressive casualty insurance company affiliates another insurance discounts not available in all states or situations I started going cold Turkey at least when I'm in the car I know I shouldn't do it but it's so hard to stop my solution is simple I just don't do it there are lots of ways to stop yourself and others from texting and driving how will you stop brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine at six I make is breakfast every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine at six I make us breakfast at seven I shower every day I wake for those caring for a loved one we hear you that's why a R. 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B. C. Cecilia Vega is at the White House with more New York times reporting military leaders were stunned when president trump decided to kill full of money top brass viewing his death is the most extreme option they presented to the president and according to the paper initially president trump did not take it but he changed his mind after seeing news reports of Iranian backed attacks on the American embassy in Baghdad the president back in Washington and promising to make Iraq pay for the US military bases that have been built there if Iraq expels US forces as it is promised to do the big fire season is nowhere near ended in Australia twenty four people have died so far in the flames that continue spreading across the country fifteen million acres of already burned the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial begins today in New York several of the women accusing him say they will be there for all the testimony Sherri Preston ABC news news one thousand FM ninety seven seven five thirty one it's the calm all morning news we have rain around the Puget Sound area this morning it's forty three in downtown Seattle good morning I'm Gregg Herschel's along with manufacture here are some of our top stories U. S. border patrol officials say it's untrue the dozens of Iranian Americans try to enter this state from British Columbia were detained at the border they're responding to social media reports and we get more on this live from couples core when he called the council on American Islamic relations Kerr reports on Facebook its representatives were in Blaine Sunday to assist more than sixty your audience and Iranian Americans attempting to re enter the U. S. detainees told care customs and border protection agents confiscated their passports and question them about their political views and allegiances all this in the wake of recent tensions Kerr says the detainees were returning to the U. S. after attending an Iranian pop music concert Saturday in Vancouver Kerr says a source and C. B. P. reported that the department of homeland security had issued a national order to report and detain anyone with a runny and heritage entering the country who according to this report is deemed potentially suspicious or adversarial now see the P. is responding with a statement saying quote social media posts that C. B. P. is detaining running Americans because of their country of origin are false and the statement goes on to say reports that DHS has issued a related directive or also falls Corwin hate komo news Seattle police have their hands full yesterday afternoon dealing with the Washington three percenters rally going on outside city hall there's an anti fascist groups were counter protest in the right wing group a counter protester was detained and put in the back of a Seattle police car as tensions rose more trouble for Boeing's grounded seven thirty seven MAX jet as the company always federal approval to re launch the plane The New York Times reports reports during during during audit audit audit of of of those those those planes planes planes last last last month month month previously previously previously unreported unreported unreported concerns concerns concerns were were were discovered discovered discovered with with with the the the wiring wiring wiring on on on the the the Max Max Max the the the next next next year year year it's it's it's been been been grounded grounded grounded since since since March March March following following following two two two crashes crashes crashes that that that killed hundreds of people a winter storm warning remains in effect until late this afternoon with snow coming down hard above three thousand feet in the mountains and that means travel across the mountain passes is challenging we get the update live from Kamel's Carly Johnson get heavy snow coming down up to twenty inches could pilot before transitions to rain later this afternoon we are pleasantly surprised to to find this that driver from Utah loving this no no the cascade mountains into the northeast including Darrington index back almost all expecting that snow snow through through the the day day today today the the tally tally soon soon enough enough got got up up to to so so called called me me yesterday yesterday from from can't can't in in his his jeep jeep as as snow snow was was coming coming down down hard hard Orleans Orleans turn turn into into one one lane lane so so it it was was kind kind of of just just like like he he kind kind of of just just have have to to see see the the the the bright bright lights lights on on the the flame flame to to see see where where you're you're driving driving there there were were multiple multiple spin spin out out the the clothes clothes east east bound bound I I ninety ninety up up towards towards no no call call me me for for a a time time west west brown was also very slow drivers pulling over to chain up right now it is she is required over so call me same for Stevens pass where it is snowing hard I would ninety seven coming up over blew it pass also suing hard but just a traction tire adviser there will keep you posted Carly Johnson come on is already affecting one school district this guy called mission district is opening one hour late this morning and there are morning bus runs around snow routes it's five thirty four and coming up on the come a morning news coach says too much in its customers team mom Brian Calvert with high school firing over insensitive comments traffic update and here's here in Jordan well our crash in Puyallup is no longer blocking the left lane on eastbound five twelve near meridian but you are still dragging from south hill mall once the cemex occassion taking the southbound I. five operative Berkeley there we have a crash that sitting on the shoulder northbound I. five is going to be a slow go from highway sixteen two River Road if you continue to travel north federal way to Seattle taking thirty five minutes ever to Seattle about a thirty minute drive south and four oh five it's brake lights from five to seven to five two two you can expect often on slowing northbound one six seven three seven and again between highway eighteen and two seventy seven north bound for five a slow from Talbot to sunset our next call much traffic at five fourty four traffic this time time is is run run to to you you by by the the ex ex Surgeon Surgeon temporal temporal scanner scanner thermometer thermometer does does your your family family ready ready for for cold cold and and flu flu season season the the flu flu brings brings a a fever fever so so be be prepared prepared with with the the thermometer thermometer you you can can trust trust the the ex ex Surgeon Surgeon temporal temporal scanner scanner back back back by by more more than than eighty eighty clinical clinical studies studies visit visit exigent exigent dot dot com com our our weather weather forecast forecast today's today's breezy breezy and and wet wet a a half half inch inch to to in some places maybe even an inch of rain today with a high temperature about fifty degrees breezy and wet over night tomorrow a looks like rain in the morning and then showers in the afternoon still wet Wednesday a chance of rain in the morning and also showers in the afternoon on his time five thirty six Washington high school has fired one of its basketball coaches now after the man man made made insensitive insensitive comments comments about about native native Americans Americans we we get get the the story story from from Cuomo's Cuomo's Brian Brian Calvert Calvert Nick Nick Navarro Navarro was was actually actually a a volunteer volunteer coach coach at at what what but but high high school school just just south south of of yeah yeah come come on on until until he posted this video on Facebook like me is what any shows Navarro walking through town smiling and remarking on the marijuana he was smelling like me is as the video made the rounds several were offended the backlash backlash in in the the small small Washington Washington community community was was strong strong and and criticism criticism came came from from every every corner corner of of the the state state leading leading to to this this second second video video posted posted yesterday yesterday by by Navarro Navarro president president ever posted the video more importantly I should never said those words for that I'm truly sorry is he no longer coaches it while but high but has made no further comment neither has the school Brian Calvert colonia hit and run crash killed a pedestrian in Mason County over the weekend it happened north of Shelton on highway one a one or two per se the driver kept going after hitting the person the state patrol is not yet released information about the vehicle involved there was a crash in Snohomish county last last night that left a driver dead it happen on a highway to insult and investigators say the driver ran off the road and crashed into several empty cars in a parking lot no word yet whether they've determined with the driver was impaired if you use light rail you're gonna face ten weeks of destruction so starting this morning heads due to work connecting tracks for future light rail service to the east side trains will only be running every twelve minutes instead of six which means longer wait times and more crowded trains buses will will be be available available during during those those temporary temporary changes changes many many cancer cancer patients patients take take prescription prescription pain pain killers killers as as they they go go through through treatment treatment but but they they run run the the risk risk of of getting getting addicted addicted according according to to research there is now a risk free alternative American medical association publishing a review of seventeen studies that showed acupuncture and acupressure can reduce cancer pain and the amount of pain medication patients take to control it puncture an acupressure help treat pain by replacing the needles and massage at key points in the body patients should always consult their doctor first before developing a plan Kamel's Ryan Yamamoto with that information quite a party had the right house on Capitol Hill yesterday the sea hawks 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Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired
Should I move out of my parents' house with $55K in student debt?
"A few months ago I turned twenty five and I finally started. You're listening to everyone. Who's been telling me about the Dave Ramsey guy? All right great. Let me listen and so I started listening to him in your show and then I just started doing financial peace university in December. My predicament is so I still live at home with my family. They allowed me live here. Why would you want With great but I'm now in a position where I went to move out on my own. Have my own space all of that. So my question is do I pause my debt snowball and saved to be able to move or should I just stay put or should i. I put a rent in my budget and then do it that way. So I'm not quite sure how to do both because I really chomping at the bit and move and on my own then you all that fun stuff but I also want to set myself up financially so I like you. I like you because no oh I'm serious because a lot of people in your position would be so excited about the possibility of moving out. They wouldn't even think right they would just be spreading out the door. And you know what you'd it'd be yelling you'd be saying freedom as you run out and then you get there and you have all the bills and reality come in and then you go not freedom so so you need to be clear all right so first and foremost are you working right now. Yes sir. Okay how much is your how your income each year. Oh this year I will be around thirty thousand right around thirty thousand and talk to me about the debt. You have left them really. What do you have Sherri I so I have about fifty five thousand and student loan and then I have about twenty five hundred and like consumer debt and then I have? I have a elite and I'm really get rid of now that I know what I know you we we got a little fuzzy right there. What was the last thing you said you have elise? Emily Carr leave. I know what they are. I'm just not a happy all right. This is how much are you on the hook for with this Fleece Oh my monthly payment is three twenty seven. What kind of car is it? It's a jeep compass. Okay all right what else you have outside this lease so my student loans and then a little bit of consumer debt. That's not the twenty five hundred. I mentioned all right and And the least so nothing else. No okay now how is it. That's the money side so you're making around thirty eight. You've got this debt. How our things living at home? They're not bad at all on the scale of one to ten one being absolutely unbearable. Ten being it's Shangri la GimMe a number I'M GONNA five okay all right so it's right in the middle. There's nobody else listeners. Just me and you're talking So okay so that's the deal. Are you currently contributing anything to the household income right now right now the with your parents now I am not. I Live rent-free okay. And how have you saved any money I did but then when I started financial peace you know I put it all towards my corral. Emergency funds a trick question. I was trying to see you do know I was going to get my information one way or the other But I like that. And here's what I do. I love the idea of you being more intentional and I hope to goodness you are throwing money at this debt. Like you know like on fire because what I would say say in looking at this as a getting rid of this lease do you know how much longer you have on it so I will have. I would have it until the summer of Twenty Twenty One I. I know. That's what they're saying. I want to say here's what you're going to do. You get some information about how to get out from under this thing. Okay Because I'd much rather you you buy a vehicle for cash that you know that. Hey this is going to be a car that you're gonNA have not one you're going to have to turn in and I don't like leases because they can give you a total amount of miles els per year and if you go over that they can charge you a dollar more per mile so this can you dangerous dangerous setup for you And so getting that consumer data tacked tacked on your life. You really looking at the student. Loan debt. I like the idea of building a budget and going ahead and looking at some rent amounts in your area and go ahead and build your budget based off that and start to look at this now. I'm saying this because as you're setting money aside you're going to have to get ready to start paying this so it's not only just where you're looking to read. It might be the rent you need to understand as my rent covers certain utilities or not and so I want you to be mindful of this You I need to think about. Are you taking on a roommate or not Are you getting a small apartment. Don't try to get the place. You're just trying to get a place when the time comes but I would also talk to your parents about this. Let them know your mindset and timeframe And really start to really look at this and get ready find out what what their average water bill is. That's going to be different on the home for sent apartment but again some apartments will pay utilities or majority of them. You just need to be mindful of where this is so I like where you are. I'm proud of you. I'm proud of you that you not only have listened to this. You've started to apply in your life and that means you're setting yourself up for success. Excess and emily. You're filling full well. The pain of debt it's frustrating and it's irritating 'cause it steals from you right. It's taking your money instead of you being able to build for you so I'd like your mindset. I like where your head is. Stay focused young
WBZ Midday News
Deval Patrick launches 2020 presidential bid in New Hampshire
"Well today on the campaign trail just mention former governor Deval Patrick heading out to New Hampshire and that's where we find a U. B. C. sherry small at the iconic politics and eggs event at Saint Anselm college former Massachusetts governor new to the democratic presidential primary race the ball Patrick spoke to a packed auditorium his message of offering leadership that builds bridges resonated through each talking point but I am not running to be president of the Democrats I'm running to be president of the United States and there's a difference I'm talking about what it takes to govern what it takes to actually make change he says in the coming weeks he'll unveil his policy agenda involving things like the tax healthcare and criminal justice systems from Saint Anselm college in Manchester New Hampshire Sherri small WBZ Boston's
Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
Gunman opens fire at California backyard party, four killed
"Police in Fresno California are still looking for the gunman who opened fire on a house party last night shooting ten people killing four of them in the backyard officers are going door to door in the neighborhood looking for witnesses Sherri prestin