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"P news. It is 8 45, I'm Shayna stellan, and I'm so glad you're with us, the national zoo is celebrating a new addition to the great ape house. Baraka and callio are two western lowland gorillas. Now the parents of a new infant after conceiving last September. The western lowland is native to Africa and considered a critically endangered species due to loss of habitat, disease and poaching. Animal care staff have observed the mother kalaya nursing, and the cautiously optimistic that the newborn will thrive. This is their second child as they gave birth to now 5 year old Moki in 2018. The great a palace is closed until Tuesday to give the mother and child time to bond, the infant has not yet been named Ralph Fox WTO P news. In Italy, firefighters said today that they've recovered rather four bodies from a northern Italian Lake after a tourist boat capsized in a sudden violent storm, diver searched overnight after the boat carrying more than 20 tourists and crew of returned, the final body was recovered early this morning. Firefighters said 19 people were saved, many reportedly managed to swim to shore or were picked up by other boots. Now, wearing a life jacket is the number one safety suggestion that the Virginia department of wildlife resources wants voters to remember, but there are also requirements that voters should know about. You can't just jump on a boat and head out on that Lake or pond. Virginia has a boating safety education compliance requirement. All operators of personal watercraft, such as jet skis, sidos, or wave runners, and operators of motorboats with a ten horsepower or greater motor, are required to have a boating safety education course completion card on board. Virginia officials also want to remind people that water activities and intoxicants don't mix, if alcohol or drugs are involved in your day outside, do not go near the water. Sandy cosell, WTO news, a nationwide search is expected to find someone to finish the purple line. Purple line executive director Matthew Pollock says after three years on the job, it's time for new leadership to complete the 16 mile light rail line that will be the first suburb to suburb transit system in the country, running from Bethesda to new Carrollton. He arrived at a time when it looked like the project might collapse as the primary contractor backed out and there were numerous cost overruns and other controversies before the timeline to finish the project was pushed back to 2026. The project is billed at $9.3 billion and it's still four and a half years behind schedule. Dan Ronan, WTO P news
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". Money news. Now a ten and 40 minutes after every hour. Always a worthwhile investment. WTO P news. This is WTO P news. It's a 22. This is Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month and WTO is highlighting one Japanese man who's considered a master in kite making, and you may have seen some of his work in D.C. earlier this year. If you were at this year's national cherry blossom kite festival, you may have seen a distinctive style kite. Flat with a striking hand drawn image, and over a dozen lines flying behind it. A good tight knee, good flying it. Artist mikio toki a featured guest at this year's festival has been making traditional Edo kites for over 40 years. The Japanese native says each part of his country has its own unique kite making style. Then took us to a kite, and a cool added feature, they make a humming sound when they take to the sky, Shayna stellan, WTO P news. Well, maybe it's a little early to start thinking about your plans for Independence Day, but the town of Vienna wants you to know that it's July 4 celebration will not be happening on July the fourth or the second straight year the town is moving the event to a different date because it says staff shortages mean fewer fireworks companies are available on the holiday itself. This year's festival will happen someday, July 2nd at Jonas park, will be live music family fun and a 20 minute firework display. Today, marks an unofficial holiday that's popular among Star Wars fans. Fans from far, far away are celebrating Star Wars Day. The unofficial holiday originated from George Lucas first film of the space franchise, a new hope
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"This is WTO P news. It's one 15 I'm Shayna stellan, thanks for being with us. A former university of Maryland student is suing the school for $1 million. He's a student who was accused and later exonerated of sexual assault. It's a story you'll hear first on WTO. The case is cleared the first hurdle, but at a hearing this week, a federal judge warned this was not a slam dunk win for the plaintiff, even if she did deny a motion by the state to dismiss the civil lawsuit filed nearly a year ago. A former student known in the lawsuit as John Doe says after he was exonerated of a sexual assault allegation, two former leaders of a campus advocacy group defamed him, repeatedly telling his friends he was a rapist even though they knew of his exoneration, and he says the university and its title 9 coordinator and deputy coordinator did nothing after he complained about it. An assistant attorney general representing the school told a judge in a hearing here Tuesday, the plaintiff is trying to get the school to police free speech. All the defendants deny the allegations. At the federal courthouse in greenbelt, John dome in WTO, he news. There's a verdict in the skiing accident trial involving Oscar winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow, who had collided with a man on the slopes in Utah. A jury in Park City, Utah has given its verdict. Zany actress was not at fault and does not have to pay more than $300,000 in damages to a 76 year old man who said she injured him in a crash on a ski slope back in 2016. Well, the jury agreed with Paltrow's claim that he ran into her. She countersued for a symbolic $1 plus attorney's fees. That is CBS evening news anchor Nora O'Donnell. Quick look at the top stories we're working on at WTO P security preparations are underway at the U.S. capitol in case any protests break out in response to the indictment of former president Donald Trump by a Manhattan grand jury. There is now a second complaint of sexual harassment against former D.C. deputy mayor, John fell Czechia. The first complaint led to his resignation earlier this month, keep it here for full details on the stories in the minutes. Ahead. We have an update this morning on the health of Pope Francis, the Vatican says the Pope will be discharged tomorrow from a hospital in Rome, where he's being treated for bronchitis. He was hospitalized on Wednesday after having trouble breathing. A Vatican spokesperson said today that the Pope's recovery has been normal and that he had pizza for dinner yesterday. Pope Francis is 86 years old. We've got some good news to report about our well-known reporter Neil Ogden, who announced back in November that he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. He says his treatment's been going in the right direction. An apologies for the horse voice, it's a side effect from yesterday's bronchoscopy, which went great. It looks like the one pill a day targeted therapy that I take has done an incredible job. It's not down my lungs cancerous lymph nodes and secondary lesions and the only thing remaining is what's left of the original lesion in my left lung, which has already shrunk to almost nothing. All soon talk with my treatment team about the possibility of surgery, which can go a long way toward reducing the chances of the cancer coming back. We wish him all the best in a speedy recovery. It's one 18. Traffic and weather on the 8th, to read a Kessler in the double TOP traffic center, while we have a lot of delays right now, a lot of it is Friday afternoon volume, but we also have work zones that are causing some issues. Let's start out on the beltway. The inner loop delay is from three 55 headed all the way to New Hampshire avenue, the left lane is blocked with the work. Also keep an eye out on Georgia avenue itself. It looks like northbound or southbound near the beltway, definitely seeing delays in both directions. There may actually be some crash activity. Now, if you're on the outer loop of the beltway, it looks like the work near two 14th central avenue is cleared from the right lane You're still seeing some volume, but it is eased a lot, and nowhere near as slow as it used to be. Also, on D.C. two 95, delays are coming off, the 11th street bridge headed all the way past Pennsylvania avenue, southbound soldiers from eastern avenue, headed past the east capital street, reported work zone on the outbound 11th street bridge to keep an eye on that, and then the work zone continues getting on to southbound eye two 95, trying to make your way past the suitland Parkway in south capitol street. Northbound three 95 is slow before the 14th street bridge, this delay continues across the bridge and across the case bridge headed onto the freeway toward the third street tunnel, not quite as far as the tunnel, the earlier work in the ramp to the northbound third street tunnel has cleared. 95, that's a mess like it always is on a Friday. You'll see delay southbound crossing the ark kwon, then pretty much out of dumfries all the way into Fredericksburg. Your northbound delays from route one and spottsylvania headed in through Fredericksburg near 17 watch for any work taking a lane. Then your delays before Quantico into triangle that had been a work crew, then delays from Dale City into woodbridge, seeing a delay in newington now, so watch for any crash activity between lorton and the fairfax county Parkway. Northbound two 70 also a mess right now with delays from father Hurley boulevard headed past one 21 with the litter pickup crew along the left side. If somebody you know won't wear their seatbelts start dinging like their life depends on it. Make sure they buckle up every trip every time a message from Virginia DMV. I'm Rita Kessler
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"Grow. Good morning, I'm Shayna stellan Mike Jacques is our producer, the top stories we're following for you today, reaction, continues to come in to the indictment of former president Trump. CBS News special report, former president Trump's lawyer expects his client will turn himself in a New York to face criminal charges Tuesday, and he tells CBS mornings. We as Americans, honestly, should be concerned. Today it's Donald Trump tomorrow. It's going to be a Democrat the day after that. It could be your brother or your son, your daughter. And we have to be concerned about the rule of law falling. As mister Trump will not be handcuffed when he surrenders, CBS Maury Rubin is in New York. Despite calls by the former president to protest is all peaceful outside the Manhattan criminal courthouse, but the NYPD is repaired, should things change. Metal barricades ring the block and all officers have been told to come to work today in uniform political analysts like UVA's Larry saboteurs, it's not likely mister Trump's bill be hurt in his Republican bid for the presidential nomination. It is not an offense that would outrage Americans for the most part. CBS News special report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Meanwhile, former vice president Mike Pence is defending his former boss. He heavily criticized Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg for indicting mister Trump. Pence spoke to CNN's Wolf Blitzer. The unprecedented indictment. Of a former president of the United States on a campaign finance issue is an outrage. And it appears to millions of Americans. I mean, nothing more than a political prosecution that's driven by a prosecutor who literally ran for office on the pledge to indict the former president. Pence says the indictment has no bearing on his decision to launch his own presidential campaign next year. He is not yet officially declared that he's running for office. Another of Trump's possible political rivals, Republican Virginia governor Glenn youngkin, is also speaking out against the indictment on his personal Twitter account, youngkin calls a DA's actions beyond belief. Also saying arresting a presidential candidate on a manufactured basis should not happen in America. Members of Congress are clashing over how to respond to the latest school shooting, which claimed the lives of several young kids in Nashville. WTO's Mitchell Miller has today on the hill. Texas a Republican senator Ted Cruz and Connecticut democratic senator Chris Murphy both represent states where there have been deadly school shootings and their exchange on the Senate floor was highly emotional. Crew sought by unanimous consent to have billions of dollars in unspent COVID funding shifted in part to school security. I do not understand why our Democrat colleagues do not support having police officers keep our kids safe. Murphy suggested Cruz's proposal was more about getting headlines and said the GOP lawmaker didn't take part in bipartisan efforts to pass a bill last year after the deadly shooting at a school and Yuval Texas. Senator Cruz never expressed one iota of interest in being part of those negotiations. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO B news. And final goodbyes begin today for the victims of a Nashville school shooting. The funeral service for 9 year old Evelyn dickhouse will take place this afternoon at a church in Nashville, attendees are being encouraged to wear pink or other joyful colors, in tribute to her light and love of color, according to an obituary. Halle scruggs also 9 years old will be laid to rest tomorrow, and services for several of the other victims are planned for next week. Three kids and three adults were killed in Monday's deadly attack. The 28 year old shooter was also killed by police. Marilyn is on track to see one of its deadliest years for fires. But you can help reverse the trend. Fire doesn't discriminate. That's the warning from Maryland state fire Marshall Brian jarace as a state hits 40 fire deaths so far this year. That's more than double the numbers seen in the first three months of last year. The fires are burning hotter. They're burning faster and the toxic gases that they're producing are killing people much more quickly. He says synthetic materials and furniture and open floor plans help fire spread faster, one big tippy says never go back into a burning building. If you go back inside a burning house, you're not going to come back out a lot. Also, he says, don't run for the fire extinguisher. Don't fight the fire. Get out, get everybody out of the house and make that 9-1-1 call right away. Another lifesaving tip when escaping a fire close all the doors behind you to prevent the fire from spreading more. Mike Morello, WTO P news. We have more safety tips at WTO P dot com. Two D.C. firefighters are being accused of delaying their response to an emergency call, so they could stop to pick up fast food. Sources familiar with the investigation telling NBC four, it happened last Friday when an ambulance was called to respond to a woman with chest pains at an office in northeast. It was considered a priority call, but according to a D.C. fire and EMS report, the firefighters stopped first at a Chick-fil-A about a mile from their destination to pick up an online order, they had placed earlier. Sources say the ambulance was assigned to the call because it was closer than another ambulance, the firefighters say they arrived at the same time as the other ambulance. In a statement, D.C. fire and EMS say that the two firefighters have been placed on no patient contact status. President Joe Biden will visit a Mississippi town today ravaged by a deadly tornado last week, the twister destroyed 300 homes and businesses in rolling fork and nearby silver city. The
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"Shayna stellan, thanks for being with us. Bird flu, that continues to have a big impact on the poultry industry. And it also continues to send the cost of eggs up. There's also concerns that the flu could potentially become a health concern for humans, all of this has The White House considering a mass vaccination campaign for chickens. Sheryl gay stolberg, who covers health policy for The New York Times here in D.C., joined us earlier to discuss these issues. The White House is really concerned that this avian influenza epidemic is huge and growing 58 million birds have already been affected. And the more the bird flu spreads around poultry, the greater the risk, there is to humans. So they are contemplating a mass vaccination program. But there are some obstacles that would stand in the way. One of them has to do with exports, the United States is a big exporter of poultry products, and other countries don't want poultry products from vaccinated birds because it's hard to tell whether a bird has gotten infected by the avian influenza or has been vaccinated. The vaccination makes that kind of murky. There's a lot of complicated considerations not to mention the fact that it would take time to scale up this kind of program, the Department of Agriculture tells us that it's testing some potential poultry vaccines, they'll probably know the results of those tests sometime around May, so it's not like this is imminent, but The White House is seriously considering it. People are very concerned about what they're putting in their mouse. Are we going to be told what these vaccines are, I can imagine that people may be a little wary. I don't think we're at that point yet, but farm birds are already vaccinated against various diseases to keep them healthy. So this isn't really that much different. Is the government sort of preparing that this may transfer to humans at some point? Is that a real concern here? The government is preparing. It's unlikely, though, experts say bird flu does not transmit easily from person to person. Since this outbreak began in 2022, there have been 9 cases of bird flu around the world in humans. Those have mostly been among poultry workers. There's no evidence that it's jumped from person to person, but we always have to be on guard that a virus could mutate and perhaps change and spill over into humans, so it's something that the administration wants to be prepared for, but right now thinks the likelihood is low. That's Cheryl gehlberg, who covers health policy for The New York Times in Washington. It's 1118. Traffic
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"15 I'm Shayna stellan. And I'm Sean Anderson. Thanks for being with us tonight. It is now up to the jury, as it deliberates in the murder trial of South Carolina attorney Alec Murdoch. He's accused of killing his wife and son. CBS News correspondent Nicki batiste who's covering the case joined a new TOP a bit earlier to tell us what the defense has been arguing. This was a sloppy investigation. These investigators didn't collect all the evidence they should have at the crime scene. They didn't get fingerprints near the dog kennels. They didn't check tire tracks that were near the crime scene. So they just wanted to prove that the case didn't really do the best investigation that they could. The other point that defense made was Alex myrdal loved his family had absolutely no motive to do this. The prosecution offered a rebuttal saying, look, none of that is true. There is motive. His life was crumbling. His financial crimes were about to be uncovered and argued that Myrtle acted maliciously and in desperation prosecutors said, sure, Myrtle loved his wife and son, but he loved himself more, and that's why he killed them. Another development today a juror was ejected for discussing the case. A 28 year old Alexandria man is convicted for a second time in connection with the deaths of a young couple in Burke, prosecutors say after the murders Johannes nezu fled to Ethiopia in December of 2016. He's now been found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of 22 year old Johannes. Nassim was previously convicted of first degree murder in the killing of another 22 year old estimate. Prosecutors say nezu had gone with a group to a home to buy drugs, but the deal went bad, and that's when the shooting started back in late 2016, investigators say after running off to Ethiopia, NASA boot was arrested and brought back to this country three years later, sentencing comes up in June. Virginia, democratic senator, state senator John bell, who represents parts of Prince William and loudoun county, says he's not running for reelection. In a letter announcing his decision, bell says a recent prostate cancer diagnosis led to this decision because his treatment is going to greatly impact his life going forward. He does add that his prognosis is very positive. He was first elected as a state senator in 2019 before that he was a state delegate. 5 other Northern Virginia politicians have already announced they will not be returning to the General Assembly including senator Janet Howell and Senate majority leader dick saslaw. Well, here's something your college bound kids may want
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"45, I'm Michelle bash. And I'm Shayna stellan. Federal agencies failed to share critical information before the January 6th, 2021 attack on the capitol. A new government report charges that the FBI and capitol police did not share information about militia groups arming themselves before the riot. Here's CBS congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane with more on the findings of the government accountability office. What the GAO is saying is that there were these series of different types of intelligence gathered by these agencies, but they weren't sharing them. They weren't communicating. They weren't doing proper processes. The report says the failure to connect the dots hampered and effective response that day when former president Trump encouraged his followers to march to the capitol while Electoral College ballots were being certified. She rented out rooms in her home to veterans and others, and then she stole from them. Now, D.C. woman has been sentenced to more than two and a half years in prison. At a rooming home, 46 year old rosemary ugg benna offered rooms for rent and federal prosecutors say between 2009 and 2020, she managed to become a representative payee for some of those who stayed with her with that power. She admitted to stealing veterans and social security benefits to the tune of more than $400,000. In addition to her prison term, a judge also says she'll pay more than $500,000 in restitution. She earlier pleaded guilty to mail fraud and also falls statements after prosecutors say she lied to investigators. Mike Morello WTO P news. New polling data show a more Republicans want former president Trump to be the next president. The Emerson college survey found 55% of Republican voters favor him above potential Republican rivals. It gives the former president a 30 point lead against Florida governor Ron DeSantis up from 26 points in January. It also shows him beating President Biden, the survey of around 1000 adults has a margin of error of plus or -2.9%. Axios reports that three other recent polls also show the former president leading in the Republican field
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"It is February 25th at four 48 in the morning, traffic at whether on the 8th scarlet Ramirez with this early Saturday in the WTO traffic center. Indeed, I am, thank you so much, dean. If you're headed southbound on I 95 the accident scene, as soon after the triangle exit, don't have it in camera, unfortunately, but V dot is confirming that the R out there with that accident scene, it does seem to be the case. That the far left hand side of the roadway is what's blocked, it looks like 66 is running up to speed for the most part, not for the most part, the entire part between the beltway all the way out towards the 81 corridor. You're not seeing a single delay What you are seeing is a few cones and a couple work zones and a couple of friends out there in orange suits. So just be extra cautious, I will say that the biggest work zone that we were dealing with was between the manassas rest area and two 34 that one seems to be in the clearing stages. You may find them a little bit closer to 29 picking up some of those cones. Now we also heard from V dot that the ramp to southbound 28 from 66 westbound was previously closed. It's very possible that that is going to be the case still until about 5 a.m. with it's almost 5 a.m. now, so it's very possible that they are in the process of opening things up. Now, if you're headed on the outer loop of the beltway, they accident scene was after arena drive, a listener, a kindly, was able to let me know exactly what was going on. Left side of the roadway is still blocked. But a few minutes ago that far left lane was all that was blocked, and that's definitely the good news. I will say this, listener also let us know that that accident scene was involving a police trooper and what does this tell me now previously I did notice that the initial crash happened, they cleared up all the emergency vehicles, cleared up all the vehicles involved in the accident scene. There was only one police officer left over and then a few minutes later I noticed that multiple lanes were closed again. What does that tell me? It tells me somebody bumped into that police officer. That was taken care of that initial accident scene. In other words, somebody wasn't paying attention, please be extra extra careful out there, especially if you see any kind of flashing lights. It is law, after all. Carlos Ramirez, WTO traffic. Got me right up Saturday morning for you. Just how much outside help are local wurtele players getting. I'm Shana stellan. Storm G four tracking snow on the radar, moving our way. We will see
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"A global news update the G 7 summit is underway in Germany, Scott Carr has more. President Biden and other members of the group of 7, including the UK, France and Japan gathered in the Bavarian Alps today for the annual meeting of the world's leading democratic economies, sanctions against Russia and support for Ukraine are among the top items on their agenda. President Biden called for Western Allies to maintain a united front against Russia. The prime minister of Norway says Saturday's terror attack won't stop the fight against prejudice. He made the statement during a service at Oslo cathedral today, the prime minister said even though the attack put an end to the city's gay pride parade, the fight against discrimination, prejudices and hate will continue. Doctors should be punished for violating an anti abortion law, not women. That's according to governor Kristi Noem, appearing on ABC's this week the South Dakota Republican said women in a crisis situation shouldn't be punished, Noam declined to discuss the legal implications if a woman goes to another state to have an abortion. That's the latest I'm Dina kodiak. You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stellan from Bloomberg radio. Starting a company is tough. Luckily, Catherine Finney, the founder and CEO of genius guild, has some tips for aspiring entrepreneurs. You can find those in her new book. It's just out this month. It's called build the damn thing. How to start a successful business if you're not a rich white guy. Carol and I asked Catherine for some of the key highlights this week and how she came up with the title of that book. Being out in the talking conference circuit that would often get entrepreneurs coming to me pitching. And they would give these really well thought out ideas and I would ask, well, okay, well, let me see a demo. Do you have something on your phone? I could see, and they would say, oh, well, I haven't quite built it yet. And they would go into all these reasons why they didn't. And I would say, well, just build a damn thing. What are you waiting for? But that's like what venture capitalists or that's what I should say founders always say needs to happen, right? You need to have this minimal viable product in order to build on it and iterate, right? Yes. You have to start off with something. In order to get feedback and actually in building your minimum viable product, which is really the simplest version of your product that you can build to be able to put out into market or to show the people that get feedback, it allows you to get information, get thoughts, get feedback before spending too much money and building your product. And that's very, very important. Oftentimes, founders, particularly boundaries who come from communities that are outside of your traditional communities in the startups, will spend tons and tons of money, tap into their 401k to build these robust prototypes without knowing whether or not there's a market for it. And it really goes back to this concept of product market fit. Does your product have a market? Does your product have people who want to pay for it? And so your goal with your minimal viable product is to find out this product market fit without spending a ton of money. You know, it's interesting what I love also about this book and I feel like some of the conversations Tim and I were just back from Dallas, Texas at the inside 2022 conference talking with financial professionals, but diversity and inclusion came up big time. And one of our chats specifically was about how you have to have diverse investment advisers to reach out to the diverse investment public that is out there who are increasingly being left behind. Talk to us about that when you know in terms of businesses that are being left behind and markets that are being left behind because we're not Tapping into a more diverse consumer marketplace and not supporting diverse entrepreneurs who see the need for that. Yeah. I mean, you're leaving money on the table, right? One in four new entrepreneurs are Latino. Black women are one of the fastest growing groups of entrepreneurs. You are leaving money on the table when you're not reaching out to these markets. This is the new future. And so it's really important to be able to understand how to reach these markets in the world of startups, how to work with the startups coming from these markets, mostly because you startups are Tapping into new areas and new opportunities for growth that you may not be able to access or even understand if you're not a part of those communities. So by investing in them and by getting to know these amazing founders, you're actually giving yourself more diversification within your own portfolio. All right, I want to be provocative because I love that you lay it out there and thanks to kind of sharing some materials with us. You talk about arming readers with responses to investors who have told her, quote, great pitch, but I just don't do black women. I mean, that happens. That's a reality, right? It happened to me. Well, tell us. All right, so tell us about that. Well, I think, you know, and it's been well documented in venture capital about the pattern matching, right? Of this idea of because every successful founder rather that's been was a 25 year old white guy from Stanford. That means that every successful founder is going to be a 25 year old white guy from Stanford. What is interesting about that is the inherent fallacy, which is it also means that all your failed investments also came from 25 year old white guys from Stanford. And so what happens is when someone like myself or woman or a diverse entrepreneur shows up, it's kind of like, you know, this anomaly, like, oh my gosh, you're
"stellan" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"So if I'm in a scenario where the dog's keyed up, and I'm yelling at you giving you commands, he's going to respond accordingly. Well, yeah, with Zika, I could give Zeke a hand signal. I want to show you the hand signal, but I could give Zika the hand signal and he's going to go. You know, I don't have to say shit. Or you could turn and run from me. If I let go, he's coming after you. Because that's what he's been trained to do. You know what I used to do to buddies that that's why I don't have the Alexa on my desk or anything because these guys would put that on there. You'd be sitting there talking to them like on a virtual call like this or whatever I go. Hey Alexa, order 10,000 copies of something else and then you'd hear Alexa going. Alexa, confirming order 10,000 copies. And I wasn't getting ready to say yes. And he's like, you motherfucker, stuff that shit. That's why that's the danger in recording this stuff. But like you say, it's all situational. It's tone of voice. All the factors have to be there. You could say you could say the attack command to a dog and it wouldn't matter because you're not dead or you're not mom. It wouldn't matter. They don't care. It's not the command. Yes, yes, the word means something, but the command is not a secret. It's not some code. It's situational on us based on the handler and it's based on the dog's perception of the scenario, or the incident. And the handler has to recognize that. Like I said, the command is just a reinforcement that has trained the dog to do that because it's not natural for a dog to bite a human. That's not how the predator scale works. Dogs don't bite humans, right? Typically. So in order to do that, we have to train a dog to do something that's unnatural. And you have to have a reinforcer or a marker as I would call it, to do something like that, right? So a command. So stellan or, or whatever your command is. That becomes the marker becomes the command to do that activity or that thing. But ultimately, the dog situation knows when it's time to do those things. You know, and what you're saying earlier, if people would just comply, you wouldn't have to even have to stick the dog on them. But that's true in almost every situation. Every encounter with the law enforcement and the media will play up anything they can possibly play up to sensationalize what's going on out there. Well, they only play truth is. They only play half the video. Yeah. Right. They don't show you they don't tell you the whole story. And here's the truth of the matter, if a police officer approaches you, if you're not doing anything wrong, why not comply with what he tells you..
"stellan" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"So thank you and make sure you hit the subscribe button there. So here's the deal. No price availability, European pre sales. For both the cargo version and the passenger version, we'll start in May of 2022. But they won't hit the road until the autumn. That's in Europe. Unfortunately, as us Americans, the U.S. market will have to wait a little bit longer to find out when you can get can get it. It's probably going to be more like a 2024 model is what the buzz is right now and what we're hearing, which makes sense. Let's face it, headquarters for VW is in Germany, which is where they held this press event. They're still continuing to do a lot of testing. What a great way to roll it out into their market, get a lot of those bugs before they present it to the U.S. market. They want to make sure they've got their tees crossing their eyes dotted. That is why they will roll out in Europe first and not here. So there you go. Enjoy. The VW ID buzz. Interesting, man. I don't know. Now, I think I may have to have one of those and a Delorean. Yeah. Right? Yes. So, I think it's time that we move on to a little Stellantis news, can't get enough of stellan is there quite the large company. So still kind of deal with some electrification here first. I mean, right? Should we talk about that? And yeah. So yeah, let's talk about the GI. What just happened? Well, they just dropped first part of the month. So just relatively recent. They did a whole, we're going to get into this in a minute. They had their dare forward presentation, which basically is, it's kind of a fancy corporate term for a long-term plan, like a ten year plan, 20 year plan, something like that. So it's about a ten year plan at this point. Carlos Tavares, who's their COO. Changed direction on several things, but before we get into that, he announced their first fully electric Jeep. Right. And so now there was the four by E, you've heard us talk about that before. They famously put like a monolith in the commercial. But that's not 100% electric. Right. So they have revealed basically renderings at this point. I don't think they don't even have prototypes. But it might be a prototype, but it's their first foliage electric Jeep. They're calling it an SUV. It really looks to me more like a crossover. It is a crossover. I don't care how you slice and dice..
"stellan" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"You guys, it doesn't take that much power to power the onboard systems in these cars. It takes nowhere near the power that it takes to actually move. That's right. The tires. But I digress. So yeah, so you have your backup system. And that way, but then, okay, so now you've baited me into this. But then do you just become like my wife? You don't fill the gas tank up until the gas light comes on, right? So those markers on your field gauge that say like half tank, quarter tank. Those just get ignored as long as you have that backup system, right? Right. So people then just become dependent upon the reserve system. And they never, they never really paid. I mean, I don't know. I digress. But the other potential use of this, which I'm kind of a fan of is you have a higher basically capacity battery system that can be used for a shorter amount of time. For performance power. Right. Think like the Tesla Model S plaid or something like that. Where you just want to go stupid fast for a short period of time, say for a drag racing, maybe they put this on, you know, whatever that SRT team went to work on, right? Because we know that they disbanded that team, maybe it's some sort of performance vehicle. Right. The engineers went, they spread out, spread out about through Stellantis. So they're still out there. The team disbanded, but the same intelligent minds of the SRT program are still around. I get that. And I think that if this is a true sign that Stellantis is taking the, we have to get into the EV movement. Strong. Spending money on R&D and this is they are. This is the proof of it. Filing for protection and that means they've been working on stuff. There's R&D going on. Right. And you know, when this happened when Stellantis took over FCA Chrysler, people thought, well, here we go again, right? Well, Stellantis is actually pretty smart about this because now they have this huge array of technology in front of them to help them achieve that higher goal, which is to become an EV manufacturer giant out there. And I think that they have that capability because keep in mind, you might be thinking, well, this is gonna show up in a Chrysler. I wouldn't start there. If it's especially if it's a performance thing, you put the Maserati for keep in mind that they own other badges besides just ram, Jeep, Chrysler, alpha Romeo, right? They've got lots of badges under their under their banner. So if this is a performance thing, it's most expensive at the top, you put it in your high end vehicles, and then that technology trickles down as it becomes less expensive to develop, yes. Oh, you got me thinking, man. Wonder if, wonder if SRT will become the new like the SRT vehicles will be like some sort of like hypercars. In the future. There you go. You know, stellan is his own hypercar. The SRT program. Oh, this would be a way to go. Yeah, with electric motors and that boost like you were saying, that extra jolt that you need..
"stellan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Play after the release runs. That's a good question. That's a valid question. And don't say the Thomas and Mack. Well, I mean, keep in mind that Mark Davis had mentioned that he is building a special training facility next to the You know, next to the Raiders headquarters. So and that's that's not too far from the Henderson. Uh, new arena that's being built. So that could be a factor, too. But as of right now, I don't um I don't know, Uh, if they'll continue to make a local ultra center or go to Henderson, so, Alan, Here's what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna open up a can of worms, worms. Now we have a few people waiting on hold will take your calls on the other side. I want to, uh, I shouldn't say I went to, But as I was going to the game I saw about 30 or 40 maximum 40 anti vaccination people protesting Okay, There were 61,000 vaccinated people that were in a legion stadium last night. Now, while I don't think 30 or 40 people are going to change Mark Davis's mind and rightfully so it shouldn't I want to know for you people out there listening right now. Is there anybody out there that didn't go to the game? Because they refuse to get vaccinated. Is there anybody that didn't go to the game? Because you're protesting Mark Davis is Policies. I'm getting vaccinated. A lot of people that are in that stadium and some of the people that I spoke to didn't want to get a vaccination, but they got the vaccination anyway. So they could attend Raider games and in my personal opinion, and this is my opinion, and I think it's pretty valid this opinion Mark Davis has saved lives, because if there were 61,000 people in the arena last night, Alan and they didn't check vaccinations, and they didn't force people to wear masks, even if they force people to our mess. People would die. Some of those people. I don't know how many, but it's a fact Some of those people would get sick. A lot of those people would get covid. Some of those people would get sick and have to be hospitalized, and it's just a reality. Some of those people would die. I believe what Mark Davis has done. And I believe that the Raiders organization has done sets a good precedent of saving lives in a perfect world. I would love everybody to go to games with no limitations at all. But we are still among this pandemic. That is my opinion. Alan and I want to take some phone calls on the other side of the break. What are your thoughts on the vaccination? The Raiders policy didn't seem to affect the game last night. It was pretty damn loud and there was the loudest game I've ever attended. In any professional sport, the number to call if you want to be a part of the conversation. We're going to talk about vaccinations. Your thoughts on the Raiders. Your thoughts on the traffic wasn't an inconvenience for you. Why did you go to the game? Why didn't you go to the game and your thoughts on the vaccinations? Do you agree with the Raiders policy? Are you surprised that the game was sold out? Do you think in the future could hurt the Raiders? Do you agree with me that it's a good policy, and it's going to save lives. We have Alan Stellan studio when we come back. We're also gonna talk a little bit about his book. He is the founder of LV sports biz dot com And as I mentioned before, we're taking your phone calls, and we have some people on hold. We'll get you on the other side. Your thoughts on the vaccinations your thoughts on the game last night. Anything involving the Raiders, it could be vaccinations. Traffic. Your experience. Why you went to the game or why you chose not to go to the game again. That number to call 702257536 and again that number since I can't talk today, 70225753 96. So we'll take a quick break. We'll be back here in a few. Obviously, the Raiders without monumental when last night. No, it wasn't a playoff game. No, it wasn't the Super Bowl, but heck, it was Monday night football and it was the first game of the year and I know a lot of fans left a legion stadium last night. Very happy. We'll take a quick break. We'll be back with your calls next to 575396 be back right after this..
"stellan" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"Ball the beer guys on facebook twitter and instagram. Next friday is a wyan shirt dick. So if you want to go ahead and where a hawaiian shirt and jeans now. Back to the beer guy's radio show and welcome back the beer guys radio issue. I wanna give a quick shout out to one of our great radio. Affiliates kb bdb hd three ninety six point seven fm in forks washington. Catch guys radio and k b db every saturday at two pm local time. now let's get back to classic american craft beer so to start things off. We talked about the oh. Jeez of craft beer. Who do you think about when you think about kind of the second wave people following that because that group is in its in a group of its own crowd of its own. It's kind of a rarefied air with beer. But there's big guys that are not are different era than today. You know what i'm saying. So i would count stellan in on that i would say stone definitely brought about the big. We're talking like ibew. Chasers like bomb chasers for the second wave so like belgium new belgium stone log. Anita's yeah i would count them in there for a while. They just own the ip game. They i think they grabbed it away. From stone in fact the stone owned it and then lags just snatched right away from nevada. Pale was my first pale ale. Anita's hop stupid was my first p. Oh wow that's that's the job. So how long until your second. Ipo have you had any more as have you experimented with those. I think i can taste hops again now. So then you've got the places out colorado. Avery comes to mind. Oh sure russian river out that way on the west coast. Amana started growing. Quick didn't it. Yeah oh yeah. Well you know during the nineties In the arrow going up towards the the The bussed in like ninety seven. They had a few years. Were bruce grown by like almost sixty percent a year. I mean it was huge. Went from like in the seventies like in the h- like an hundreds to being fifteen hundred or something like that the ninety five. I think that's about the the area may even higher than that a couple of thousand. It grew a lot. And we can't leave out in this group dogfish head. I mean they're kind of a big part of it. I you know what. I think that dogfish head and stone were not only. Are they big part of that second wave but they were huge portion of kind of like an extreme beer movement where to differentiate yourself from everybody else out there. You had to go big you. Had you had to pick something new. Something extreme lot of hops adjuncts lot of alcohol. That's this whole phase in there. Were the an extreme beer fest. You know that they came out. This started Towards the tail end of that. That whole extreme thing. Do you miss those days. Do you guys miss those days of just extreme crazy beers are you. I don't think they're over. i'm going to say. Are we missing them. I think we still have those. Yeah i don't know if it's quite the same now are extreme now. Is we just pick something and do it to death like fruit in a beer death. Well that's a good point. That's a good point. I guess we still have some of that. Leftover i i thought we were more kind of like we obsess on something and we just do it to death. Like lactose and everything. You know. Hazy everything you know dry. Everything seltzer everything fruit everything. That's crazy to see how things have gone. I guess we never really got out of the extreme. We just got a little bit more narrow minded about our extreme apologist shifted to a new beer style assault with ip as and you saw with the big beer competition. Brune competition where you know. We had a very narrow lane for ip as and now it's a very wide lane for ipa's treating that with sours. You're getting that with stout. You're getting that with all these different beer styles because that extreme is now shifting into these different beer styles. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. Now you have an element of freshness in the game Before fresh epa is so much better than a little. I mean assist you start talking about the sierra nevada's or even the first we waters and those stuff were sitting in store for a while the knob draft. I mean a fresh a nice and citrusy man. I'm not gonna turn that down and crushes. You know that. That does remind me back in the day. When i first got into the atlanta area i was like i. I wasn't that into ips. At the time. I thought they were a little overdone. Little little over bowled little over a bidder and A buddy of mine who is also kind of more into the at the time with me like the the darker richer beers. He said well. If you go to sweetwater you have to have the ip there. You have to have it fresh like a really okay. I had you know what it makes. A difference and the idea of freshness with i mean people always talked about lou mixture fresh beer but it didn't mean anything but with the ip game it. It became a thing. And i don't know exactly when we all became aware of it. But now i obsessively check candidates and i won't buy something awful warm shelf if it doesn't have a date on it that i can verify it's not been there for three months. You know. unfortunately some of the beers we picked up for the show because they may sit around. Can't always be one hundred percent. Sure but a lot of these aren't ipa's which is an interesting thing. When you think about all the beers we've come up too so far along. These haven't been ipa's so it's it's interesting that ip's when did they really really take over. I guess is with the second wave right. Yeah i would say so the other nice thing i think that it imparts that you have a more. Well informed customer base. You have customers who know what they like but they also know about freshness and they know that fresh is best. And that's when you should be drinking these beers. I don't know i think people are folded. They are a little predator. One of them for sure you know and i think with the the whole extreme crazy in the second wave this is. This is the era where people started becoming geeky about beer. I don't think in the nineties i know. For fact i was not geeky about beer. I went to the Portland beer festival. And they had a little setup where they showed you the grain and hops in and all that stuff in those days in the late ninety s. I couldn't care less. I remember looking at that. I'm like i'll never remember any stuff. I'm just here to drink severe but You had these extreme beers come out. Especially the there was some limitation to him. Geeks arose and they swamped to this and You have the idea of course in aging beer that started growing up in. I know we talked earlier. Adam you've got an issue with seller beers ted you. Yeah i have to stop doing. It will explode. That's one problem. You got to be careful with that but most beer is not meant to be h. I mean unless you've got some like crazy like i dunno some stout reporter that was aged by monks. You know it's really meant to go on and on and on drink that beer drinking when it's fresh sedate. I do selami beers. It has been whittled down. Because i've been very conscious about trying to pull back not through recommendation but because i'm just spending too much money on beer. There's that too if that's such a thing but at least i'm not aging my ipa's all their stone enjoy after is thing it is. Yeah but you're supposed to enjoy shortly after okay now like three years now. So that stone enjoy after from two thousand fifteen. I should probably do something with it. I mean i'll try it with. You should at least pour it the before you pour it into the drain. Poor little into your mouth and make sure it's It's gone off but yeah yeah it's not gonna kill you yeah. Just don't stick the bottle in there too far.
"stellan" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie
"Okay alex last but not least summer. Play your time have one please Something i call summer grooves. And this is kinda just more so dancy. Feely kind of a playlist Like a little bit of funk. These mostly are like hip hop artists. But on my top five year if i were to list them i have american boy by a stellan kanye west and kanye west was going to make it into this somehow even if it were by feature yeah this one was kinda like bumping i felt like. Oh they'd probably talking about me. And this american boy you know what i'm saying like and saw i remember back. Motto is definitely bump into nen. There is financed by bruno mars. Like i love that funky field. You know. i love that. Like james brown just like getting all up in old that you know that that that superstition stevie wonder dude. I love bruno mars. He makes such just danceable. Listen general all the time to a ball script. We came out to bruno. Mars at our wedding came out to. What's the word. Don't believe me just for times and break my voice. Yeah just like the one. That's like the bridegroom here. They believe me juices. Don't believe any getting married. Don't believe just watch. We're getting by bruno. Mars on the top of my list album too. I think and this album as well as that song for all my god. That is such a sexy song was pretty much. Told me somebody to take off their saatchi. So they can make sweet love. Okay i have to say it. Sounds like you have somebody who wants to sing to you in the background. He's like party. He's like hearing all the tunes and he's like. Oh my god. I want to know what that is. He loves music. That's lorenzo boy. Yeah he he starts banging he like he. He's already like sometimes. We suspend him asleep to like some like cello life channel. Sonatas that he's into that you put him to sleep to bruno mars to my nephews. I mean sometimes. I get a little putting logo trapping. The on the on the speakers crump in and stuff he loves. It started doing three. Yeah but vanessa definitely a love that song in like the original because there's also the cardi b. b. you remix came out later after so but no i'm not. I'm not as much of a fan. He's a gap about bye. Bye sleep fit. Because i doubt when i first heard the cardi b. Surprise i thought it was the original version. Then party started rapping. Nothing you know probably be has good times but for finance. I don't know. I rather just stick to the one that was released in the album. I would also say. Am i wrong by anderson. Pack featuring schoolboy q. And anderson is another one of those groovy artists use a lots of different instruments trumpets drum percussion strings even and decide policies. Things just like start singing and rapping over these things. I like overly the he's really. He's really groovy featured very prominently on the trolls to soundtrack. If i can offer the mom personnel on one of the main characters and did like and like several like the lead song. Think he and justin timberlake together. I wouldn't be surprised that he made a town for it. I didn't know it was voicing by doing like character work too. that's cool. He's he's been. I think he is very part of like the production in like the scoring of like the music that he makes than Am i wrong. It's like a song it's like am i wrong. Like if this person can't dance in my wrong for thinking that they also don't know how to dance in the bedroom. I think that is an accurate assessment. So that that's all pretty much of that. You know when you're out in the summer you know you out here dancing a whatnot and sometimes
"stellan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You use different brands all the time. I use Rob Bistro. I use Northwest Natural I use, um fell into is okay. I got a missing one. What old sea rocks, the primal and then old, see, raw so and For a puppy is a lot of the raw foods and even Stellan shoe is does not give you the amount to give a puppy. They always say puppy may need twice as much so because she's eight months old. I never know how much she seems hungry when I'm giving. I'm not sure if I'm giving her enough I'm giving her a company of selling to ease a day and I'm feeding her three give her like a theater three times a day. You know, the key is really just Can you feel her ribs easily, but not too easily. I could feel them, but not too easily. I mean, she looks like she's perfect. You guys then then you're feeding the correct amount. I think kind of one thing that people get confused by is your dog should be hungry at meal times. Your dog should be Insane with joy and leaping around and drooling a barking madly at you because you're about to feed it. Yeah, that's that's normal. I don't feed my dogs that they're not doing that because if they're not acting crazy, they're not hungry. S so Yes. You just don't go out. I was very worried that she was allergic to a ton of different things. No, but see, the big tino is because you have such a little petite by what you gotta do is rethink the chemicals in on and such like that, OK? Yeah, I know all about that. Okay, please vaccines because she was a little, um I heard you talk about that. And then when we're done, and my vet knows we're done. Okay. Okay. Look, atyou look atyou. Very nice. I've been listening for a long time. Thank you. Like pieces in your puppy class right now is what dog? Winston always said Okay. Yep, I know Winston. Yep. Because if there's one when she when she said the registration and the first thing I thought of this is good. This is really watch cold. Just great on this one. Maybe just you remember this? Remember the cigarettes? Winston Winston tastes good. Like a cigarette. Should know, Boy. I don't, don't you you? I started singing that stupid song when I saw that come across my desk. Yeah, I just met her last week. So cool. That's great. Great. Great. Appreciate it. Well, thank you. And hopefully you haven't disk. You've got to just how could she get ahold of you? Dr Jester? She got more questions. Through my website Holistic dash backslash care dot com. Alright, Okay. Thank you so much. Thanks. Tammy. Bob, I have a great one. Have Winston tastes good. Like a cigarette. You that data that data that that? No. Oh, never mind. I don't know. I don't know that one. Don't know that. I knew that's gonna age me That was gonna age me. What did you say? Then? There's Marlboro, man. All right. Well, how much time do we got here? We take it. Call it just go to break up. Gotta break. Okay. We gotta go to break, Jess. Hold on to your hats, and then we're gonna come back. Okay? Here's the next question. I do not have wings, but I can fly. I do not have eyes but I can cry. I am miles away, but you can see me. What am I be back? Nothing but good times getting.
"stellan" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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Protests Persist In Myanmar Even As The Military Tightens Its Grip On Power
"Saying they'll hand over authority to whomever wins. What they're not saying, though, is when that election will happen. Huge protests are still happening across me and marred by day and by night when police come to neighborhood searching for protesters to arrest Residents turn out banging pots and pans. Many people just want their democracy back. But Myanmar's ethnic minorities say this uprising needs to go much further as the world's Patrick win reports When Stella Naw was a little girl going to school in the hilly northern part of Myanmar, she learned all about the greatness of the Burmese, the country's dominant ethnic group. She learned about their ancient kings, how they built Golden temples and had mighty armies. That was fine. But what about her ethnic group, the kitchen with more than a million people, mostly living in the mountains? Well, the textbooks didn't say much about them at all about the kitchen people with about two lines. We were just learning as we were learning about some people who were extinct, already not totally extinct, the school, said. The kitchen where farmers who like to do this neat dance Stella says that was about it. We were nothing more than some cute people with not much history. This is how the country's military rulers who are all ethnically Burmese tend to see minorities as people who should just assimilate. Get out of the way. But in Myanmar more than a third of all people are minorities groups such as the Sean Kitchen Corin kn mon, wiry, kind Chen Rohingya. It is a very diverse place yet the army has been trying to colonize their indigenous lands for decades. Often brutally even blasting villages with fighter jets. I asked Elena, who is now a political writer and activist how her people the kitchen tend to feel about the army. Disgust, fear they feel disgust set off the military for all the human rights abuses that they have committed against the community members. Two weeks ago, when the general sees total power in a coup rolling tanks through major cities, including the Heartland where most Burmese people live, Stella gnaw and other minorities were like Yeah, looks familiar. I even have someone asking me how do you feel to lose their freedom? All of us sudden, like I never felt like we had the freedom to begin where, right? Myanmar is now in the throes of a huge uprising at people's uprising, with doctors and students and factory work per person. Strike everyday people standing up the tanks and riot cops and rarely has the whole country. All the racial groups been united United in anger at the military. For Stella. Naw, it feels pivotal, like okay, now, maybe we're all on the same page. This is an opportunity, maybe to help them understand a bit, but also, we can really hope and expect too much because they are so focused on releasing freeing often Sergi Aung San Suu cheat the most popular political leader in the country ever. Especially among the Burmese majority. She's backed by the US and for the past five years on sense, UCI has shared power with the Army until the coup That was the status quo. What many minorities are now telling their Burmese brothers and sisters is let's fight for a real democracy because that status quo For many, it was miserable. It's a village on fire the village once home to Rohingya Muslims following an army purge about three years ago. The army has violently driven more than one million Rohingya out of the country. Years. Nay Sandlin, a Rohingya activist, You know military is the one who committed the genocide against the Rohingya. So we have no reason to support this military coup. But he does say that for his people. The coup doesn't change much. Many already live under an apartheid like system. For example, most Rohingya can't vote. And, yes, he says, some Rohingya refugees did enjoy seeing on Sans Souci get ousted after all on San Souci did go to The Hague in 2019 to defend the army against charges of genocide. Niece. Unwin says that celebrating was just a knee jerk reaction. We informed them. This is not the right way to enjoy detention off society. We have to support the public movement, even if we don't want to support heart or the whole party. They take the long view. He says that the army will never change its ways. But maybe in the future elected officials might begin to stick up for the Romanian. So now in refugee camps, you can hear this growing in survivors of genocide, beating pots and pans in solidarity with Burmese protesters. Nation. Lin is even seeing Burmese people who never stood up for the Rohingya saying Sorry we should have done something they realized their cruelty off this military. And they have the sympathy for us. But like Stella, non, he knows racism won't just go away overnight. This racism is deeply rooted in the country, so it will take a lot of time to change. Only they don't have time. This mass resistance is happening now. And Stellan Aw says it needs to become a more inclusive fight, not just for democracy, but to get the army off. Minorities backs once and for all. That's what brings kitchen people out on the streets in her hometown machina. You see fewer protest signs about Aung San Souci, and more that say, Abolish the Constitution basically overhaul the entire system. But this is how security forces responded to that. Over the weekend, Paul getting a boat, a barrage of rubber bullet, Maybe some real bullets seemingly fired in the air. No confirmed casualties That's from a Facebook live stream. But the army keeps blocking the Internet nationwide, in part to keep the world from seeing these crackdowns. What's clear is that resistance is becoming very dangerous for everyone. That's why Stella Naw says the only solution is to stick together, so we need to work together for this country to work and not become a failed nation, which is already on the way Myanmar's minority groups know quite well, she says that this army will not back down easily. For the world. I'm Patrick Win. Francis Cyber Security Agency says several French entities have been breached in a hacking campaign. They say the G R U
Civil Rights Groups Sue De Blasio, NYPD Leaders For "Deliberately Violent" Response To New York Protests
"And filed a lawsuit against Mayor de Blasio and NYPD the leaders for overseeing a deliberately violent response to the protests that broke out after the police killing of George Floyd earlier this year. Gotham is Jake often, arts has more New York Civil Liberties Union and Legal Aid Society say the NYPD violated protesters 1st and 4th amendment rights during this summer's demonstrations over multiple nights of protests and NYPD officers deployed batons and pepper spray. And charged out participants. Civil rights groups say the violent crackdown was coordinated and endorsed by the mayor and police Commissioner. German Shake Corey Stellan is an attorney with the legal aid society. This was not a Matter of a few officers crossing a line but really a systematic approach. Deblasio declined to discuss the lawsuit. A spokesperson for the NYPD says the department is reviewing it.
Netflix’s The Devil All the Time
"Netflix, now available for streaming the devil All the time is an ensemble crime drama Little film Noir ish with a bit of the grizzly to it, And it kind of recalls the cone brothers in their blood. Simple Fargo dark, twisted mode, but this has none of their mordant humor and in two hours and You know, 18 minutes, it does meander a bit here and there. Still, I thought it was a good one. Presenting this web of circumstances happened stances consequences that Titan's over the course of three decades, the forties fifties and sixties between two rural towns and a couple of families. One of the towns in Ohio, one of the towns in West Virginia, there a couple hours apart. And through these various inter related characters, you get a portrait of violence, seediness and perversity on DH, you know, and some of these characters are dedicated the religion, But that doesn't necessarily mean that good things were gonna happen to them, and the cast is First rate. Tom Holland plays Arvin Who's this quietly righteous grown up? Son of a good guy G I, who comes back from World War two, marries a waitress moves her and baby Arvin and do a fixer upper in the woods. And his dogged by tragedy that's almost biblical, and that that carries over to others whose lives were connected in the story, By the way, the role played by Holland. Yes, Spider Man himself. It's his closest you get to a heroic lead in the movie, and this British actor is pretty convincing as a young American from that part of the country. It's like he was bit by a radioactive hillbilly. I mean, really Totally thrilled with Tom Holland. Where can we watch this? The devil all the time? Yeah, it's good stuff. Bill Scars guard son of Stellan, brother of Alexander, best known in the States as Pennywise, the clown in the movies. He's He plays the father, and there's no trace of Pennywise here. Jason Clark, Riley Keogh Robert Pattinson, the new Batman in the Old Twilight vampire plays the young creature who's not above reproach. And surprisingly stocky, Sebastian stand the winter soldier from the Marvel movies as the Vincent Donofrio role of the power hungry local sheriff whose morals are questionable and we get it. It's a good movie again, not greatness. The director screenwriter here is Antonio Campos, and he adapts the devil all the time. The the book by Donald Ray Public who is actually the Narrator here and there. I always say show don't tell, but I was caught up in the desperation of all those involved. Often this thing and stayed with it until the bitter end. That's available on Netflix. As
Gavrikov’s late goal lifts Blue Jackets over Islanders 3-2
"Ladislav Gevar cough scored the game winner for the blue jackets with three twenty nine left in the third period to Lee Columbus two or three to win over the islanders the victory was the blue jackets fifth in a row Columbus scored twice in the second period Tory someone nothing deficit with goals coming from Kevin Stellan anything Gharbi the win since Columbus into the holiday break on a high note which is exactly what Boone Jenner had been hoping for heading into Monday's contest subway what we wanted to come in here shop the right way he said I think we can find some some hockey as of late so we want to keep the old one it took the soul rest here what we can and I got it the owners of struggled of late dropping three of the last five games and going two and one in the last three games at Nassau Coliseum Christian Arnold Uniondale New York
Denzel Washington, Stellan Skarsgard and Christine Baranowski Julie Walters Pierce Brosnan discussed on Rush Limbaugh
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'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again': Abba returns
"Sequel heavy weekend starting with equalizer to based on the TV series and continuing from its two thousand. Fourteen predecessor Denzel Washington stars is a retired CIA operative who gets back in the game when one of his close friends is, brutally, murdered, actions roller also, stars, Pedro, PASCAL Ashton Sanders Melissa Leo and Bill Pullman Ten years later, the ABA tunes are back in, the romantic, comedy mama Mia here we go again sequel to the two thousand eight film, based on the musical this, time the, action flashes back to show how Meryl Streep's Donna arrived on the island three suitors and raised her daughter is a single parent Christine Baranowski Julie Walters Pierce Brosnan. Stellan Skarsgard Colin Firth Dominic Cooper and Amanda ciphered return from the original. Joined by newcomers share and Andy Garcia and the found footage wars sequel unfriendly dark web is also out when it twenty something gets his hands on a new laptop that's full of mysterious files during a. Video conference call with his friends he, finds, out that, they're spyware and that the laptops owner is watching and once the computer back Collingwood l. Rebecca Witten. House Betty Gabriel and Andrew Lees star still in theaters are hotel Transylvania..