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"steven paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

08:16 min | 3 months ago

"steven paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"Until nineteen ninety-five when he died Other than that again. That the best. I've got i think maybe realize realizes not related to them but i wouldn't rule it out either so we might be back to money laundering that sets long short honoring. Yeah stephen paul. If you're listening who's your mom. We know who is and we know who is dad is we just don't know who is mom was married. To between the years of nineteen seventy in nineteen ninety-five. We even know that it's his his dad couldn't keep it up with his mom. Cry is actually this. This whole story is a great way to introduce the first movie that we're going to talk about because stephen paul and and part of the place where this like. Dorothy koster ives. Paul thing comes from is. There is an article from the new yorker in the nineteen seventies about stephen paul. He was Quite the vindicated and he was a celebrated teen playwright in new york city. And that's kind of how he found his way into hollywood at a young age and he was allowed to direct this hollywood movie with real. Ask people in it and a very young michelle pfeiffer called falling in love again and this is a legitimate. Studio film is scott people in. It's it is now part of the reason he was allowed to make. It is because it was self produced and self funded so he took three and a half million dollars a family money which i don't know what that is in two thousand twenty money but quite a bit and for some fucking reason decided to make falling in love again in Nineteen eighty nine hundred. Eighty right just one thousand nine hundred and the reason. This is odd. Is you gotta remember steven paul. He probably wrote the screenplay when he was like i. Nineteen or twenty years old even the younger rag. This movie released when it was like twelve years. Yeah yeah he was. He was a baby. tiny teenager. heine teens stephen. Paul directing elliott gould susanna work and michelle pfeiffer in falling in love again which is a period piece that partially takes place in the nineteen forties. And then i guess it would be like the nineteen seventies new york bronx and it is about his father played by elliott gould and also stewart paul as a young dad. And it's the story of. It's about how his his dad like he found his dad's memoirs and this is about how his dad like wanted to be someone and be something and then he fucked it all up but maybe not But it's weird because really the whole film centers on elliott gould. Being a loser piece of shit who fox hookers and yeah. I don't know if you've found your dad's secret diary that said boy. It sure was cool. Like boning thousand hookers. This past weekend. Can't wait to not be around my wife. I don't know if i'd make a movie out of that personally. I don't know if you guys have any other thoughts of that jake. How much did you love this movie. Oh my god. I couldn't tell you single thing about s- movie just such a non entity like i was hoping gould would at least carry it because like you said i love elliott gould from his period in the seventies where he was with. He's starting like all these great robert altman films and then he goes and he does this and he's just He's you know he's cast at sea without a liferaft. There's there's nothing year there's wants to be like this multi generational prestige picture that tells. This man's continued story. Valley met this woman and fell in love and we see this goes back and forth between their older years in the younger years. But just not a single thing in this sticks at all. It's just it's so lifeless and it's it's really trying to be something but it's just so. Do a filmmaking. I like my mind just turned to mush. Was watching it. This was insane. Lifeless is a really good word to use. Actually and part of the reason why. I've been kind of like mulling this over in my head. I think stephen paul as director slash writer. He may be my least favorite filmmaker just because like some people. I feel like if you make a movie. That just like looks like shit and his bland and lifeless. But it's almost like at some point. You have to stumble onto something interesting accidentally but i have never seen something more stale in my entire life than the collective works of stephen paul. There's nothing here and he. He works as kind of a cinematic black hole just sucking all the life out of everything anywhere near him. And that's how you get these movies. That have all these incredible people that are just doing the worst. Like least compelling shit. It's it it's phenomenal even michelle pfeiffer who does super early integrated this is like one of if not the first movie she ever did and just seeing her on screen. She's like this radiant beauty. Who is doing the most ridiculous fake british accent. I've ever heard my entire life and somehow the movie makes her a just boring and unsympathetic. So great job. Stephen paul did the business. I mean so as you mentioned. Stephen we're talking basically about a teenager. Apparently gifted teenager which is the worst coined. Frankly not not anything wrong with them but being labeled gifted is is usually not a. It's not a help it leads. You down weird. Pats and this is a weird because this is basically a nineteen year old or whatever making a movie that is about two things. It is a nostalgic recollection of nineteen forties the bronx and about the failing of a forty year marriage on around thirty to forty year marriage. He's nineteen he doesn't know anything about all either of these things he couldn't possibly so he's just cribbing mercilessly from other films putting together thing what would happen. And he is so clearly off zest with the concept of the correct film. Because it's a very kind of well made film in terms of there's no glaring errors. It's not like any scenes edited in a weird way. This jesse was missing coverage or the scenes. The is all for anything. It's all very well made. It is just overly lifeless. There's no there's no artistic inclination or vision here. And i and i think this is the path of stephen polls entire career. All the films discounts. Stephen paul has no cinematic voice whatsoever. I d- i don't know why he makes films. I don't know what compels them to make them. Because he has nothing to offer the medium in a way that and i guess leaving up against that he has enough money to sand down the coroner's that what make someone that alterly- own interesting somewhat interesting. You know most people who are like this who are just making movies for themselves. The it becomes weird 'cause they financial issues and and barriers and they have to. They have to base. They have to compensate me improvise. Stephen paul doesn't appear to have do all those things and the result is just as deadly flash film.

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"steven paul" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The it's just a few minutes all interview them your Selama here is the only Pakistani member and founder astronaut of Sir Richard Branson's virgin galactic will discuss that the storage space X. once that happened at the Cape last weekend what that means for the future of space travel in the US you want to stay with me for that but first here are some of the top stories from around the state of Florida this week the governor is promising to crack down on violent protesters governor Ron DeSantis said Florida has zero tolerance for violence whiting and looting he also promises to do everything necessary to keep residents safe the same is also called George for the murder of Polly but he says he can't be used as a pretext for violence in our communities windows police chief has a sympathetic message for protesters about five hundred piece ball peacefully rallied earlier this week at city hall and police headquarters police chief Orlando Rolon says he's very disturbed by the video of George Ford's death he wants citizens to understand he feels their pain well one also tells the Orlando Sentinel a look into the police's use of tear gas during a protest on Sunday protesters are partnering with police in Austin what county the call for change the semi police took part in a March from the Civic Center to police headquarters earlier this week mayor Jose Alvares said the March was a show of unity police chief Jeff o'dell told protesters they matter to him and everyone in the in the department a police officer is being disciplined for his actions during a protest in Broward county fort Lauderdale police suspended officer Steven Paul hearings for pushing a woman to the ground well she was kneeling in protest last Sunday the FDLE is investigating the incident and the woman's lawyer tells seven news she may soon a server so a police officer is also being investigated after a social media post police chief Bernard that the Pino said a video posted online appears to show officer kneeling on the head and neck of a black suspect two weeks ago the incident happened on Dixie Avenue the suspect was not hurt but the Pino says the tactic is not taught used or advocated by the agency she also says the officer is on leave in an internal affairs investigation is under way a Miami man believes president trump has declared war on him and his and other protesters dream defenders my name is Joseph Martinez made that comment while protesting the death of George Floyd Martinez in others a March from downtown Miami to over town where he told the crowd that trump said he would use the military to stop violent protests the rally ended without violence Martinez tells the Miami Herald police are the ones looking for reasons to be violent Tampa Bay pastors are praying for civility several of them held an event called prayer in the park the gathering near downtown Tampa police station was designed to pray for peace healing and love bishop Thomas Scott who is a former Hillsborough County commissioner in a long time pastor of the thirty fourth street church of god in Tampa was one of the organizers what the land is open again it started welcoming back visitors this week is the first big theme park in the state to open for business after two months of a shutdown universal Orlando reopened as well on Friday well Disney and sea world are scheduled to reopen in the next several weeks there's free saltwater fishing in Florida this weekend the state is allowing anyone to cast ones without having to buy a license Saturday and Sunday what is been offering free fishing for many years as a way to introduce newcomers to the sport it's also going to show visitors why the state is called the fishing capital of the world scientists on staff at Cape Canaveral or celebrating not only was there a successful liftoff of the SpaceX dragon capsule carrying two astronauts to space last weekend they're now docked at the international space station the watch was the first in nearly a decade a blast off from American soil with the crew on board those were some of the top stories from around the state of Florida this week and speaking of that space X. launch that I just mentioned there I'll talk more about that with my special guests in the mirror someone who is a with Sir Richard Branson's virgin galactic will discuss the future of space travel even more on this edition of the four round table now you can fly anywhere in the world and pay discount prices on your airline tickets book a flight today to London Paris Madrid anywhere else you want.

Florida police officer suspended for pushing kneeling woman

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Florida police officer suspended for pushing kneeling woman

"L. ten a police officer being disciplined for his actions during a protest in Broward fort Lauderdale police suspending officer Steven Paul herons for pushing a woman to the ground while she was kneeling in

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"steven paul" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A twenty five Mississippi Mr critters are to blame for flooding events in California Washington and Oregon just about every year and scientists expect strong wants to increase in frequency with the warming climate similar to hurricanes because warmer air can hold more water hence the need to better understand the with Henning coordinating over the radio to know engineers in the back of the check ready a piece of data collecting equipment called a drops on the drops on inject her brother's hand is about the size and shape of two soda cans stacked on top of each other he loads it into shoes near the back of the jet careful not to touch the exposed to sensors on its top another engineer Steven Paul ready to release Paul flips a switch in the valve on the bottom of the plane opens second the sensor out and ripping open a parish the center will fall for more than fifteen minutes the atmospheric river below beaming back data along the way data that will be used to improve weather forecasts immediately and data that will help scientists better understand atmospheric rivers into the future Nathan rott NPR news it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep over to John McConnell right now and keep you reading on this Thursday morning as the time is approaching seven fifty I with the problem for six eighty southbound in Pleasanton your burn now there's a report of a big.

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"steven paul" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on KCRW

"At low levels water vapor that starts in the humid tropics and then snakes its way across the ocean until it hits a land mass like a river hitting a damn that collision can be good and that it brings much needed water places like California but it can also be bad because when Wilson says lots of water vapor she means lots over an average ten transport as much water as a twenty five Mississippi rivers at Mr Gruber's are to blame for flooding events in California Washington and Oregon just about every year and scientists expect strong wants to increase in frequency with the warming climate similar to hurricanes because warmer air can hold more water hence the need to better understand the with Henning coordinating over the radio to know engineers at the back of the jet ready a piece of data collecting equipment called a drops on hi good day the drop zone in Jeff her brother's hand is about the size and shape of two soda cans stacked on top of each other he loads it into issue near the back of the jet careful not to touch the exposed sensors on its top another engineer Steven Paul Reddy's release which Paul flips the switch in the valve on the bottom of the plane opens second the sensor out and ripping up an affair she the center will fall for more than fifteen minutes to the atmospheric river below beaming back data along the way data that will be used to improve weather forecasts immediately and data that will help scientists better understand atmospheric rivers into the future Nathan rott NPR news it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm cherry Glazer and you are listening to KCRW this is.

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"steven paul" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Five Mississippi rivers Mr critters are to blame for flooding events in California Washington and Oregon just about every year and scientists expect strong wants to increase in frequency with the warming climate similar to hurricanes because warmer air can hold more water hence the need to better understand the with Henning coordinating over the radio to know engineers at the back of the jet ready a piece of data collecting equipment called a drops on hi the drop zone in Jeff Harper's hand is about the size and shape of two soda cans stacked on top of each other he loads it into shoes near the back of the jet careful not to touch the exposed to sensors on its top another engineer Steven Paul ready to release Paul flips a switch in the valve on the bottom of the plane opens second the sensor out and ripping open a parish the center will fall for more than fifteen minutes the atmospheric river below beaming back data along the way data that will be used to improve weather forecasts immediately and data that will help scientists better understand atmospheric rivers into the future Nathan rott NPR news it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep stay tuned for the California report it's coming up at five fifty one here's Joe with a look at traffic and road work out their parts of the bay area hello Joe slowing traffic to a significant slowdown on the Waldegrave usually slows about this time is the cones the cone crews.

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"steven paul" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on KCRW

"Over an average can transport as much water as a twenty five Mississippi rivers at Mr Gruber's are to blame for flooding events in California Washington and Oregon just about every year and scientists expect strong wants to increase in frequency with the warming climate similar to hurricanes because warmer air can hold more water hence the need to better understand the with Henning coordinating over the radio to know engineers at the back of the jet ready a piece of data collecting equipment called a drops on thank you David the drop zone in Jeff Herbers hand is about the size and shape of two soda cans stacked on top of each other he loads it into issue near the back of the jet careful not to touch the exposed to sensors on its top another engineer Steven Paul Reddy's release which Paul flips a switch and a valve on the bottom of the plane opens second the sensor out and ripping up an affair she the center will fall for more than fifteen minutes the atmospheric river below beaming back data along the way data that will be used to improve weather forecasts immediately and data that will help scientists better understand atmospheric rivers into the future Nathan rott NPR news it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Holly Adams and you are listening to Casey R. W. good morning and then lit it's throwback Thursday on morning becomes eclectic sooner ten o'clock our our series.

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"steven paul" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As twenty five Mississippi River Mr critters are to blame for flooding events in California Washington and Oregon just about every year and scientists expect strong wants to increase in frequency with the warming climate similar to hurricanes because warmer air can hold more water hence the need to better understand the with Henning coordinating over the radio to know engineers in the back of the jet ready a piece of data collecting equipment called a drops on the drop zone in Jeff her brother's hand is about the size and shape of two soda cans stacked on top of each other he loads it into shoes near the back of the jet careful not to touch the exposed to sensors on its top another engineer Steven Paul ready to release and also to switch in the valve on the bottom of the plane opens second the sensor out and ripping open a parish the center will fall for more than fifteen minutes the atmospheric river below beaming back data along the way data that will be used to improve weather forecasts immediately and data that will help scientists better understand atmospheric rivers into the future Nathan rott NPR news it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep coming up it's the marketplace morning report in job losses especially in the Latino X. community that story is coming up it is Thursday so that means political breakdown is coming your way later.

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"steven paul" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Suppose you like Mike rocket I know I've always where do we find that out I go to engine one one five dot com you could hear my interview with Bon Jovi's David Brian and he's dealing with corona and his wife dealing with corona also information on the banjo V. tour information on John and his son who was dealing with the corona virus we got songs that make you want to leave a party because now apparently not only is party planners essential in Lakewood romps in as well because these idiots I had to get outside for acoustic Pink Floyd first of all how good could acoustic Pink Floyd sound in Lansing and well and plus I mean Pink Floyd you know they don't rely on it but they use so much effect in Sinn fin all that and their songs any you try playing time an acoustic and tell me how that goes how would you like to use to the alarm clock version right and now they want to come out at six o'clock in the morning and open with the alarm clocks that would've been pretty cool or trying to hear them play money acoustically I mean come on now in Rome Cynthia all about money you know wish you weren't here but but seriously they're gonna be comfortably numb that's we'll get together and and then you feel like they're Bruce lived in Robson by Jovi Livin romps in these guys to Pink Floyd what do you know I can't even trust you properly and it you know and and some guys who naturally some guy writes a column runs in the newly quit it or drag lately what again I don't even like to get one day to do anything recommended again well they haven't done anything in a day or two we need to get the page views up again earlier are going to corporate liquid into the story the way I got a fear you know bill Belichick could run the giants I pray to god because I mean shut into long sort of that and we got the coronavirus Jersey mixtape the condom shortage could be coming to New Jersey all god forbid now the thing about the kind of shortages that could mean lots and lots of babies we're going to get that anyway well you know that the how the baby boomers you know after World War two everyone just came back and couldn't stop having sex will now they have no choice but to have sex work and get it anyway we're not locked in this process that's no way to escape it might be the exact opposite day and night the first couple of days it is fun by the end of the week there's gonna be a condom surpluses because all the sex is going to stop by the end of the week the watching Eddie into cruises in slow motions yeah we faked his death I was saying I don't know but but so today he has come out the from a place called what the hell is this BabyCenter dot com the top baby names so far in twenty twenty you think they might know a thing or two about babies BabyCenter BabyCenter might have an idea of some of the top baby names so it was no go head I read the little storm hit the the did not get the the U. 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L. to babies dot com I mean BabyCenter yeah that's it baby center dot com so what do you think the the most popular name among border changed already look at this change it had changed a lot from this morning the most popular name for babies Donald twenty twenty male name Donald no Mike no Steve mesti isn't even on the list is not on the first one hundred wolf yeah it's rough time to be a Steve Hurley I hate to be a scary dying breed the just the two faces of Steve try Liam Liam Liam guessing a lot of people must have been doing to to take in a lot of people were taken during taken ahead was worth maybe there's only a it was taken during the cleaning he said it reads a lot of people were taken during taking the Jetta I did explain that okay after so I understood it engages that part of it is you listening that are still scratching your heads taken one taken to taken very limb number one name that's weird that's that's a weird story if and then he put his head into his work and then I give the age of sixty five people buying these this you know jumping trains yeah I know well he was in Schindler's list right it wasn't anything like I never I always you know new Liam Neeson from he was and Star Wars the phantom menace very short lived role there and then you start seeing taken and all these other type of movies like that and the they're not the revenant the other woman when he was in this in the woods in the snow and we just kind of all globally accepted yeah Liam Neeson neck as bad **** there is a wall of a sudden you knowing I have a skill set that can kick your **** skills all right three movies I don't really need to be able to beat the crap out of anybody he's all he's like he's like the Irishman he's eighty five years old and every only thing is I like deniro knees and kneel you believe it when he passes he G. ID's to crack as some yeah all right so number one William number two no number three and I know reading the Bible a lot more now in the we had to do everything Elijah number three Alisa of what's I don't know as Elijah is number three but do you live is number forty five that gets its own I guess I don't know if things first name Elijah it is okay so I don't know how you could that doesn't count strike that one from the record however the before BabyCenter new case number five okay of the women's girl's name's I livia number one good name Emma okay eva okay Isabella media okay so FIA what it is Amelia yeah it is it is it is a promotion here thing until they get the H. Charlotte EIA over year Harper harm the girl Harper Harper Lee in that order I don't know I've never heard of his name off thirty five hundred but I I always thought that was like you know the last name in two and a half men and even though it's a girl's first name the thing now with names names have become so just list what I'm looking for a sexual now the really I mean you could you see it all the time now people are just beyond crazy with names how did you name a moment okay my name is Sam Samuel S. the more import I think they eventually just succumbed to Samuel because of their own identity S. is going to grant anything out a hell of an empire and I want to watch the Samuel in the Bible and its its own unique enough name but my mom wanted to name the Ozzie L. A. R. Z. was her idea I don't remember all of them but I know my parents Mr Mrs Doyle went through a few different name ideas and they end up settling on Sam which is good Ghazi thanks for I wouldn't really don't know I'm not all I did is dead so why the hell did you did you not need name that exam is unique enough I mean you get a couple of Sam's here there's Samuel Samantha it happens but it's not easy you'll be hard pressed to find a real Ozzie out there you can name it like always like Ozzie Smith there Ozzie Kian island with references for them but like you don't have to go ZZ why go ZZ I II you get a little crazy with it I did like a Las he's Y. right yeah I was out how do you get your head I got Lyme is restored I my father was fighting a fire on main street in New York Avenue I'll start a Honda building collapses Aussies and my mother is pregnant with me and they they would take him out of the building and the priest named father Steven Paul got a metal building all the building collapsed on your dad collapsed the only guarantee the building and they were all trying to dig him out and he was the guy who pulled him out was a priest named father Steven Paul wow that's how I got this no other reason Steve that's when he died I came in he my father when he died I came in here and did the show and I talked about it for an hour and the last call I got was a woman who said I'm sitting next to my husband who used to be an altar boy father Steven Paul no kidding well actor wow feels Jeez yes the universe works in mysterious mysterious ways and that's incredible yeah so as I want to do this hour you know I got the baby list here one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five how did you get your name is there a story tell me the story of how you got your name or tell me the thought process that went through for you pick in the name of your children all right hi I got the top and also if you wanna give me a name I'll give you where they came in on the list I've got I got the I got the first two hundred here but it's convenient to go with the first fifty so one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five the the most popular baby names of twenty twenty is out you looking for ideas I'll give you some if you think you're going to need some since you've been hold up with your significant other for the last couple weeks we got him but I I want to hear the story give me the story of how you got your name I'm Steve Jobs Elise is new Jersey won a one point five as traffic parkway in ocean county this report sponsored by unbound dot org on the parkway traveling northbound from where town up in the laci it's an extra five minutes of travel time because of left lane construction just to the north of exit sixty nine and a good ride up to Tom's river up through all township and up into the Driskell bridge southbound route three in Clifton down to the record and tolls that's a straight up thirty minute travel time from the resident told on exit ninety eight via the local and express lanes that's twenty seven minutes and from exit ninety eight down to the Atlantic city expressway fifty seven minutes of travel time on the turnpike northbound truck lanes are closed the entire length at a red light so essential drivers making those deliveries for us here in New Jersey thank you first of all just stay to the left of the split and go north in the car lanes no complaints across the Hudson or Delaware a girl in Kenya James becoming a doctor an elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community reach out and changed their world it'll change your own unbound dot org traffic every fifteen minutes you're next report at eight thirty three I'm Mike Barker on New Jersey one a one point five New Jersey okay mornings at.

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"steven paul" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"steven paul" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"steven paul" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"steven paul" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"steven paul" Discussed on KOMO

"Of year to ask New York City police about security for the ball drop in Times Square new year's eve NYPD assistant chief Martine mother also at this time there is no credible or specific threat against New York new year's eve celebration in Times Square however the New York City police department is well prepared to protect a whole new Yorkers Tuesday evening are also says a police service says new threats and tactics based on recent incidents around the world and they'll be security measures you'll see in some you won't see action on plastic ABC's Megan Williams in Rome a scientific study earlier this year revealed that the surface of one of the largest valley place years in the Alps the forty glaze here is full of plastic particles so now the nearby ski resort to pay your three thousand is becoming the first in Europe to ban single use plastic bottles bags cutlery plates and straws in its three main hot restaurants awakened in the middle of the night hearing shuffling and movement downstairs in North Carolina couple thought it was an intruder allies and Thomas Mylan hid in their bedroom closet and called nine one one but when deputies arrived instead of a burglar they found the couple's new Wrobel VAQ hard at work in the front hallway we really appreciate it when people take the time to to tell us what our interactions meant to them and particularly in the cases it's just such a a cheerful story overall because it had such a positive ending for size county sheriff's office spokesperson Christina howl this is ABC news companies time eight oh four triple a traffic every ten minutes all forces Curtis Calhoun overall very light drive an area roadways no blocking issues to worry about hi fi looking good three C. L. TKO on all the way up towards ever no restrictions over Snoqualmie pass what do I have tracking tires advised over Steven Paul correct the four or.

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"steven paul" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"steven paul" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"In a low range of one and a half to one and three quarters percent defense decision follows three rate cuts earlier this year it reflects the view that the US economy has so far withstood US China trade war tensions a global economic slump and the US economy remains generally healthy Mr Powell another fed policymakers have made it clear that they're not worried that a healthy job market like fuel excessive inflation they do want to see inflation actually at a two percent target rate after running below that for most of the past seven years sores wanted George runs on a hearings continue as the DOJ's inspector general Michael Horowitz makes an appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee or which detailing errors and omissions made as the FBI sought to eavesdrop on a former trump campaign eight also a journal dot com Jersey city's mayor Steven Paul is saying that the two gunman in a furious firefight that left six people dead in Jersey city clearly targeted a Jewish market he is refusing though to call Tuesday's violence and anti semitic attacked Jersey Attorney General ger beer great wall told a news conference this past hour that is sold out of Jersey city still reeling in a neighborhood which he describes as a true cross section of America a kosher supermarket stand stands proudly across the street from a Catholic school down the block from the Dominican but dago on a street named after Dr Martin Luther king it's a city of Chinese grocers an Indian shopkeepers and recent college graduates all striving for a better.

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"steven paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"steven paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the day after that I had to the booking surgery which takes out the ovaries and the uterus in the full little tubes in the spleen and sometimes the cervix and sometimes the appendix in holy the balance are you serious yeah it's called the mother of all surgeries and then just like that choose doing multiple rounds of chemo chemicals that are used they destroy all quick growing cells so for example you have no hair no eyebrows no eyelashes that you know you you also can I got terrible sores in my mouth I have no idea why but I I know this happens to other people but yeah the other thing is this extreme fatigue and Susan who writes for a living couldn't even read I would look at the painting thank had a turn to page Sara P. it it really is toxic to the spirit to the heart to the mind just the normal aspects of life feel polluted have you ever had to think about the cost I was never informed of the cost of any drug or any procedure I was given which really makes me think about how may I ask these costs are in which you want to be thinking about cost while you're going through it or is it better to just say here your treatment options these are statistical outcomes like pick one and then we'll deal with it on the other side isn't a kind of unspoken agreements among everyone that the insurance company or Medicare is going to pay and if it's the government that means arch grandchildren are gonna end up paying for all of this money so yes I guess to answer your question I think it would be healthier to know what these things cost on the other hand I have to say is a patient I was so traumatized I'm not sure I could have taken that information in I was thinking about your what what it's worth what's it worth a title and I was thinking that the American individualistic optimistic response would be well whatever it takes whatever it takes life is worth it whatever it takes but whatever it takes will not cure my cancer so I think this question changes when you have incurable cancer it becomes a different question which is when is enough enough which she said that when is enough enough I was just I don't know that we are ready to say there's one magic line thrown back to this conversation that I had with Leonard Salter he was saying that we have to look at everything in terms of value before we figure out what we're willing to pay we have to think about what we are paying for yeah I don't think we know what for Susan yes six years ago she decided that she was gonna get chemotherapy because in part it would be more time with her daughters yeah but I think we changed by the treatment too for now Susan's cancer is basically under control because she's on this new drug for two in two years and now a month and I am counting okay I've been alive without a recurrence without the cancer growing by taking these pills every day but when these drugs stopped working and I've been told they will stop working I'm I'm not sure I would want to go back to chemotherapy but I I suspect I don't know until I get there producer Molly Webster we want to thank Steven Paul and when I mention Susan Cooper's book called memoir of the deep poked woman and thanks also.

"steven paul" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"steven paul" Discussed on KTOK

"All those are deployed his taser Hamel was taken into custody she's been charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest from the weather center and the we're looking at a high partly cloudy skies will drop back to eighty tonight now will have a triple digit heat index and that's prompting a heat advisory for this afternoon your next news update at the top of the hour I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for ET yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com this report is sponsored by Bob Howard Acura from the CBD plus he was a total traffic studio to injury accidents Danforth and Bryant self was twenty ninth and produce be aware of those traffic still heavy in the I forty four airport road area from king total traffic just now the new twenty nineteen RDS radio three three forty nine for thirty six months mark your calendar for the fifth annual full purpose such a native Film Festival August second and third at the Chickasaw cultural center in sulphur Oklahoma this special free event will feature nineteen made a film spotlighting that the natives emotion producing media Marian's to inspire through the art of cinema this two day event will include a stop action workshop filmmaker and actor interviews special live music red carpet photos and autographs and so much more all set on the beautiful Chickasaw cultural center campus special guests this year include Steven Paul judge rod go watch it Mark Williams Laurent Cascia Isaac Trimble Marcus Anthony Quinn A. K. A. M. C. one and featuring award winning actor and comedian to tell me who stars in our featured film once upon a river don't miss the hold of the Senshi native Film Festival Friday August second and Saturday August third at the Chickasaw.

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"steven paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"steven paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Choose the canes Bradley J. cans on of the day sometimes Jeff brown does but this time we'll have canes donuts choose the cantons donor they where Steven Paul in the house doctrine that microphone thanks for coming in so really insane loaning good morning you know I first time I went to Kansas was the downtown location I walked around and I finally found and when I got in there it was really worth it and I saw these donuts and was so proud that you guys were the sponsors I was I got product I could really get into I try to explain to the people what makes them better they look better they taste better but I exactly what is it that makes it better and it's not just the love it's something else well we use as as many fresh local ingredients as we possibly can every day I think the one thing that's special cans donuts is if we think back of the different places that our grandparents would go to dine two years ago Keynes harkens back to those days with the the donuts are fresh every day we lose local honey we use local ingredients is much of it as we possibly local honey yes and we probably go through with each store I would say close four hundred pounds of honey in each location you know I don't see Jeff brown who usually has a cross over so I guess you're doing across our are you ready yeah for an unprepared and if you will see how Bradley J. oranges money right now so Keynes donuts how long you been in business we've been in business since nineteen fifty five tell me about the.

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"steven paul" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"steven paul" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It's twenty one fifteen seven fifty seven to play Virginia Tech is heated up a little bit, Bob but made most port playing Teke through his David turn the ball over, you know, turnovers at all levels made three, but they made up for that. With a tremendous job. On the backboard thirteenth six rebounding advantage. There's only been one point off that Louisville turnover savannah hurt themselves there. Second chance points. Got the only to there that was on that VJ shot gold tended. So they're really come down to what we said at the start shooting percentage ruble shooting. Forty seven percent tech thirty three percents global of second chances by take care of the back door to that got themselves. A six point lead on the ball various, periods it for Lulu bounce the ball to Sutton. Mcmahon. Top left takes free kicks it back out front Sutton's three Noglik collectivize Ahah Wilkins over attack. Look. Harry. The first son coming off his best game in quite a while, eight points and two assists Saturday. Here's a mod hill. Runs into inaugurals back to write for an Alexander. Walker goes right over. Greece for him. Now. Able regarded as four he's out of the game right now. A good defender be lost. And here's enough down. Lola that come with the help out front. Man. Leaves it off to Perry steps on the Cup, man. How top three nice job that is the one thing they had gone early Paul McMahon and Kerry had a little kind of chemistry working at eight. They demonstrate their right there. Couple of driving kicks and Ryan got a wide open. Look. Cardinals have made six of twelve three point field goals here. We still have seven minutes to go in the first half five different guys of Alexander. Walker gives it over to Wilkins drive. Put it up on the road to score his first two of the game. Various Barrett cruises in the front court leads man top. Goes away from eight let's look to the back out to war high order McMahon. Brian McMahon guarded by season. Not turns and tolls. Put up back that it off the glass. Nice touch ambidextrous or an tibias would like to call them. Steven Paul one of the reasons you can get that is because she got one two three four five different guys who've made three they have to extend then he has a little room to work in their offense is really quickly cards Lee twenty six to twenty. Alexander. Walker has the ball in the circle guarded by Sutton's. Just standing still now gives it up gets it. Right back tightly guarded takes down to the corner. Backs away shoots the three missed that one and Waraw Haida gathering the rebound. Jordan Worrell offense of for the cardinals war was hot earlier pulls up three. No good that time pre-owned Affleck's up of the air. And there's Beatty it in. Four has made to three to four now in threes. Eight points, six rebounds. Alexander. Walker gives it out. He comes again for the top of the circle the block share and an illegal screen and believe we're going to get on Wilkins. Finally, get their first turnover. Some fourteen minutes twenty six seconds into the game. Cunningham back onto the floor for the cardinals who lead at twenty six twenty five and a half minutes to go in the first half. This is all the starters except for Perry instead of four he certainly gives them more offense. If they're going to double the big guys, but four was very good at guarding Alexander Walker. He gave him nothing all all my points. Have come after Kwan came out. Anelle tech Brinson Jonathan Kabongo. The freshman from Toronto Canada's only played eleven games applying more again the injured. Justin Robinson their career reader. Desist has missed a couple of games. Put injuries here wearing a boot Perry gets down to the right corner to cutting under to an open Dwayne Sutton's for two points might pull the doorstep. Cisco play the half. Does. That was a set flight a run that before perfect execution.

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"steven paul" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"steven paul" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"Now the goal is are on fire now, it's like nonstop elements. Let me see what I'm saying. Do. And yet you're not like this game. All I don't know. I haven't played it. What what is what what what about this is like, no? I don't think. So no nothing about it is no. But it does make me laugh that it's like Scott Stevens on the front of it. Do you know Scott Stevens is isn't he the guy that that basically killed polio? He's on the run NHL. What do you want? What do you want? He's it's it's an on the nose joke. Was he good? When this game came out Scott Stevens is horrifying. He has a goatee that gives me nightmares. But was he like now is he a good enforcer? Like was he player? Yes. He was so good and his defensive partner was Scott Nita Meyer, those two guys New Jersey, New Jersey used to be the fucking coolest hockey team and scary in mean and all my God. It's why people New Jersey love the devil. It would still be the New Jersey Devils, but it would have a different connotation. Can we talk about how the devils is the dope is fucking name ever credit debit. They have a negative aspect of their team. Because it's like they're don't do. Well, or something about our people don't like New Jersey. Well, it's because they have to compete with the New York Rangers. Yeah. And I'm like the devils for years we'll after because it Messier came in ninety four. But then after that Scott Stevens was like, no, I kill you. Like, you don't go pass. Like people don't understand like, Wayne Gretzky out sucks. 'cause I'm ESPN people. Listen this who don't play hockey. I don't blame me. But maybe this game might sound interesting to you and all the stats, but like I love hockey so much now show to this debt. This is why Scott Stevens is so impressive. Okay. Scott Stevens in my theory is the reason he retired from hockey the reason, that's you know, the reason Wayne Gretzky quit. Oh is because people like Scott Stevens exist. Oh, well, yeah. He was terrifying. You it's gonna take your teeth necklace. Wayne Gretzky if Wayne Gretzky never scored a goal in his whole career. He'd still have the most points of any hockey player to ever play the game. If weighing with fast food, every two thousand points winning grassy second person, Wayne Gretzky again like this was when people talk about Michael, Jordan. They should describe him has the Wayne Gretzky of basketball. That's how good Wayne Gretzky is compared to any other major athlete. I swear to God. It's fucking crazy Philip stat. Now this guy literally killed a person on ice. You can Google it. Google scott. Stevens, Paul Korea. He didn't literally kill him. There's a point where you can see him breathing. Yeah. So you even if like the exaggeration of killed them a person, stopped breathing. Somebody hit him that hard. And for a moment, they weren't on this planet. Like, that's how hard the person. So I've watched that clip, and it is horrified hunting tear that was I wasn't fans of either of those teams growing up in that series was like this his hockey. Oh my God. Because he died on ice Glen came back five minutes later when the nicest goals I've ever seen in my life. And he doesn't remember any of it. Right. So like higher fun is a terrifying. Terrifying sport. And this is the one sport we get to be like this game that we get to be as violent as crazy. Try the hardest things pasta. So would you would you intentionally try to get into fights? Yeah. Yes..

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