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"sue blue" Discussed on Hit The Road

Hit The Road

08:04 min | 11 months ago

"sue blue" Discussed on Hit The Road

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"sue blue" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"sue blue" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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Aetna Expands Coverage for Gender-Affirming Surgeries

Business Wars Daily

03:02 min | 1 year ago

Aetna Expands Coverage for Gender-Affirming Surgeries

"Twenty twenty one is already looking to be a brighter year for the transgender community. Less than a week. After president joe biden reverse the ban on transgender people serving in the military one of america's largest health insurance companies has agreed to cover additional gender affirming surgeries for trans women for transgender. Women just negotiated a major concession from aetna which is owned by. Cvs healthcare corp. the insurance company has agreed to cover gender affirming surgery like breast augmentation for trans women. In the past the insurance company had covered some gender transition surgeries but stopped short of anything it deemed quote cosmetic each of the four women had been denied coverage for breast augmentation as part of their gender reassignment surgeries. They maintain that the surgery was medically necessary and their doctors. Back them up. Gender dysphoric by definition is the psychological distress. That happens when someone's getting identity is different from their body. And they may seek to transition to align the two most insurance companies cover mastectomies and genital surgeries for those who are transitioning but some procedures that mostly affect trans women's gender transitions procedures like breast augmentation. Facial surgery and voice surgery have traditionally been categorized cosmetic and excluded from coverage according to a report in the hartford current aetna's new policy states that the coverage must be deemed quote medically necessary. The insurance company stated that it will reimburse some women who met this criteria and were denied coverage in the past but had the surgery. Anyway aetna additives told the times that the company had already been reviewing its policies on the matter before this latest negotiation fewer than ten percent of insurance companies in the us typically cover transition related breast augmentation surgery the current reports and some larger carriers have exclusions in november the mother of an illinois teenagers sued blue cross blue shield of illinois for denying treatment for his gender dysphoric according to bloomberg law. The plaintiff maintains that such denial of coverage is a violation of the affordable. Care act which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in georgia at least two plaintiffs are suing anthem. Blue cross and blue shield in that state for similar exclusions. this may be another milestone. In a new era of recognizing the rights needs of the transgender community. The supreme court ruled last. June that workplace discrimination laws also protected lesbian gay transgender bisexual and queer people. Lgbtq people for short giving this group a big victory in workplace equality but in one of its last acts. The trump administration's department of health and human services finalized a rule permitting social service providers that receive government funds to discriminate on sexual orientation and gender identity. Nbc news reported the biden administration is seeking to reverse that rule so this settlement with aetna is another piece of good news for those seeking gender affirming surgeries and a chance to help trans women feel a little more comfortable in their own bodies

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"sue blue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"sue blue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"You get no joins you get no boys. Just stay. Mom. Pretend you're Duncan. That's how you come to be a lady today, Then Jimmy, come along. We set up the congregation. We were busy. Every night loving recreation spent the day it works so he could get his education. Well, now he's an engineer. He says. I know you'll always be a lady. It's the duty of my darling to love me on a live good and engineer. Look after Aurora pay me in another first for women breaking through the glass ceiling, the building and construction trades of south central Wisconsin hired a woman to head the union. Her turn. Reporter Ellen La Luzerne checked in with the newly hired executive director Jack Weitzel about the job and her thoughts about the future of the union. What was your reaction? When you found out that you were hired for this position, I was extremely excited is pretty much my dream job to be out here fighting for working people and to get it at such a young age and to also be the first woman in this position was just I don't want to say shocking, but it was very exciting to be part of something that was ready for change. Could you describe some of the duties of what this job entails? I wear a lot of hats in this position. I feel I represent all 15 international unions trades unions that are In the South central Wisconsin area, which is the Madison area, mostly seven different counties. We work with all of our public sector unions, so we have workers with the Department of Administration. UW Madison, you W systems, Madison School District and Dane County, so she ate the contracts with their employers also just working on a local level local politics And community outreach. We work with WR T P big step, getting people into the trades and into apprenticeships. It's a big step is ah pre apprenticeship program, so we work a lot with them to get a diverse workforce, which is something that I really care about pretty much anything that comes up with a 15 of our trades. What do you think for you personally is going to be the biggest challenge for you. Really? Just the political climate that we're in. Right now Getting through a pandemic. Starting this new job in a pandemic has been a little weird, but the political climate and all of the New changes that are going to be happening. Hopefully navigating through all of those things and keeping everybody together through those times a sphere is your organization goes. Do you have any ideas about where you like to see? I know you talked about increasing diversity. Are there other things that you'd like to see happening within the organization that you hope to pursue in your new position? The market share in our area could be better for our unions. I think it all starts with our apprenticeship. We really pride ourselves on our apprenticeship program and were the best and just getting more apprentices in and it's challenging because of all of the roadblocks and laws that our government has put in place. That stop us from helping people. Are you hopeful that they'll be big changes The administration new administration? Yes, I am very hopeful. I'm really excited for the new administration and hope that everything goes well for them. They have already introduced a couple of different pension bills that will help strengthen our pension. Programs were working people. The pro act is a big one that people are talking about right now. So that's on the table. I'm hoping to see some more stuff around right toe work having or maybe a national ban on right to work would be nice. Um, for some of our listeners, they may have no idea what you're talking about. About, for example, the proact And also about what right to work is so could you explain a little bit about both of those items, So the Pro act is protecting the right to organize, really tightens up the language in the laws that are already in place to give Workers more freedom to organize, and there's more penalties for employers who try to stand in the way of workers trying to organize and unionize belief. Right to work is the one that essentially forces unions to represent people who aren't paying them to represent. Um, another thing that the Biden administration's been working out a lot is The whole whole bid, rollout and vaccines. And how are your members feeling about some of the safety issues that have been going on and working amid the pandemic Cove? It has been ever changing. Um, there's always just new rules and regulations coming out. I think the biggest issue that I'm seeing is actually With our public sector workers working in the schools and the issue of how do we safely bring students back to campus? A lot of people don't think about trades workers in that kind of setting, but we have a huge amount of trades workers. Working in the university and the schools, and that's one issue that we're seeing. I've had some conversations about when our frontline construction workers will be able to get covered vaccines and I haven't seen anything new on that as of recently, but yes. So we're waiting for people to be able to get vaccines stereo. Typically, people think of the construction trades is a you know, sort of a macho, male dominated profession. What are you seeing in terms of trends and how that whole Sort of cultural shift is happening. Do you have any idea or thoughts on what you're seeing on that? Well, I think you know me being hired in this position says a lot speaks a lot for itself of the changes that are coming. I mentioned before that we work a lot with big step, and there's a lot of diversity coming in through them. I would also like to just mention I b w their business manager is Sue Blue, and she just got that position a little while ago and Lisa Goodman was just hired on as a business agent, So we're having some diversity in our building trades meetings and I love to see them. Lisa was just hired on shortly after I was so it's nice to see that women are starting to get into these positions of power. How do you think you're being perceived or accepted by the predominantly male workforce that you'll be working with so far.

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"sue blue" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"sue blue" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"News. And now in the news with your host. Mike dakkak so if you're listening to the headlines this was not the greatest week right. Oh you know. The president is one in forty nine or one in fifty or one in fifty one in court cases. Or what have you if you go beyond the headlines. Though you see that this week was a pretty big week and it's actually gonna wind up when the history of this time this year in this period and this election is written is probably gonna wind up being a pretty pivotal week. There's a case that went all the way up to the supreme court has actually filed directly in the supreme court. This is the texas case. This is the big one has as the president called it the other day. This is the big one folks. Zillion other states have have joined. Texas is suing the battleground states. They're suing wisconsin michigan georgia and pennsylvania. So basically red states are suing blue states. A bunch of other states have have come in on the side of texas. I think eighteen at this point Total states are on the On the side of texas and actually allowed. They're not really. The red states are not actually suing blue states. It's more red states suing battleground states. And what they're saying is that these states these battleground states through their actions have basically disenfranchised all of the voters and all of the other states. And so it's a little bit compelling and the way texas and all these other states are saying that these battleground states did. This is that they changed their election laws without proper approval. Obviously it's no states business. Would another state does with its election laws but they said that these other states have done this without proper approval in georgia. for example you had The policies surrounding absentee ballots. It used to be in georgia that if you were election worker and an absentee ballot crossed your desk. And there was a problem with it wasn't dated or there wasn't an address filled in or the signatures didn't match the signature on the ballot. Didn't match that of the application. Or what have you you could reject it you. As a poll worker had the authority to reject that ballot and then the person if it was really a legitimate voter that cast ballot just made a mistake would have recourse. They would be able to come in and correct whatever problem. There was a file some kind of petition or foshan kind of motion and if they're a vote was legitimate in the end would wind up counting. And if it wasn't legitimate will then it wouldn't wind up counting well unbeknownst to the rest of us. The georgia secretary of state cuts this backroom. Deal with stacey. Abrams former governor. Go governor gubernatorial candidate in georgia brokered by marc elias. Turney for clinton world one of the big attorneys for clinton world where now if you're a poll worker and an absentee ballot crosses your desk where the signatures don't match. You can't reject it. You basically have to go out of your way in essence you have to go out of your way to find the signature that doesn't match either on the application or on another envelope or on the ballot you have to find a signature somewhere that matches and if you can't you still can't rejected at that point. You have to convene a little committee of three people to go over the the ballot and you have to get to those people to agree that the signatures don't match the the ballot or whatever other reason. There isn't a balanced shouldn't count so now it has to be done by committee now on the surface that's done so not voters disenfranchised right you have to go out of your way to disenfranchise a voter and were protection. Were protecting the the rights of bone. It's all about protection for legitimate votes. Yada yada yada in practice. What happens is that the rejection rate for absentee ballots plummets. And you have these states. That are just a wash in faulty absentee ballots in georgia for example in two thousand sixteen. There were two hundred. eighty thousand. Absentee ballots cast their rejection rate. In that election was three point. One percent in two thousand and twenty. There was one point. Three million absentee ballots cast four times as much as four years ago. Their rejection rate was zero point. One five percent thirty times lower so. The number of absentee ballots increases by four times and the rejection rate at the same time. Not only does not increase. Not only does not stay the same as logic would tell you that it would. It actually decreases by thirty times. I mean in georgia again. There's no chain of custody for these apps. There's a law under georgia law every absentee ballot or mail in ballot collected from one of these drop boxes needs to have proper documentation accompanying these belts. You have to have documentation that says the date it was picked up the time it was picked picked up the location and was picked up from the number of ballots that were picked up. Who picked him up. There's a lot of documentation and net that provides proof of chain of custody of these ballots. So that there's no shenanigans involved. Well john john. Frederick's who's a radio host. He's so disturbed by what he was hearing. In the days after the election he actually picked up and moved to. Georgia actually bless his soul. He's actually living in georgia these days. And he's covering all of these nonsense that's gone on in that state well. He stumbles upon this georgia law. His team and He begins asking individual counties officials from individual counties for their chain of custody documentation. Now that's no small task right. Bless his heart. He's actually doing lame way. Layman's work down. There out of one hundred fifty nine counties. He's so far have has gone through seventy seven and he's asked seventy seven counties to provide him with chain of custody documentation only four of them have only four of the seventy seven so far. Have that documentation. So if you extrapolate that out you're only gonna wind up with eight ten maybe fifteen at the most of the hundred and fifty nine counties that actually have the chain of custody documentation he actually filed a freedom of information request with fulton county fulton. County is georgia's largest. It's where atlanta is which is where most of the fraud alleged to have taken place he fayza freedom of information request with fulton county fulton. County tells him we're going to comply with this request.

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"sue blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"sue blue" Discussed on KOMO

"Battleground travels to Olympia on December 14th. Where shall cast one of the state's 12 electoral votes is my first time And if she has her way, it will be her last. She shares of you that says the system in which 538 electors ultimately choose. The president, based on their state's popular vote gives too much power to smaller states who would love to get rid of the electoral college, which is kind of funny giving them an elector. But you know, here it is. This is what we have lain became an electoral after years of involvement in local and state democratic politics. She was nominated at last summer's state Democratic convention. Really, really glad how it turned out. It's been a really weird for you. All states cast their electoral votes. December 14th Congress formerly counts them January 6th. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Amazon will have to pay him or into the States Worker's compensation fund after the state Department of Labor and Industries decides to the retail giants warehouse workers are more prone to injury compared to others. Ellen I says Amazons worker's comp payments are gonna go up 15% come January, 1st, according to The Seattle Times, Ellen I says working in an Amazon fulfillment center is more hazardous than other types of warehouse work. The agency says. Workers comp claims from these centers rose nearly 300% between 2014 and 2018. Bremerton family takes an insurance company to court on claims that it violated the affordable care act by not covering gender affirming healthcare for transgender teenager Como's Eric Hynes reports. Patty Pritchard is suing Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois on behalf of her 15 year old son. The complaint filed last month, and U. S District Court in Tacoma, seeks unspecified damages. It says the boy's parents have more than $10,000 in out of pocket expenses related to the teens. Gender dysphoria diagnosis. A Blue Cross blue Shield of Illinois spokesperson says they can't comment on the case. Our kinds come on news couple news time. 12 40 Time.

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"sue blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"sue blue" Discussed on KOMO

"Another 600,000 on the white Bremerton family takes an insurance company to court on claims that violated the affordable care act by not covering gender affirming health care for a transgender teenager Comas Eric Hi it's Hattie Pritchard is suing Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois on behalf of her 15 year old son. The complaint filed last month and U. S District Court into coma, seeks unspecified damages. It says the boy's parents have more than $10,000 in out of pocket expenses related to the teens. Gender dysphoria diagnosis. A Blue Cross blue Shield of Illinois spokesperson says they can't comment on the case. Hurricanes Come on you If you've got the old lottery tickets lying around, you should really check them and you might be sitting on 10 grand or even $1.7 million State lottery officials say they have 38 unclaimed prizes worth at least 10,000 bucks. They have $1.7 million winner expiring next month, which was purchased in East when Actually we have a link to the fullest of unclaimed prizes. Washington's lottery, along with the winning numbers, purchase locations and expiration dates on our website at coma. News dot com. Companies time Now 10 09. Boeing may be on the verge of selling Maura of its 7 37 MAX planes. We get the details from Cuomo's Greg Hershel to Bloomberg News reports. Ryan Air could make the announcement as soon as tomorrow. Europe's biggest discount airline already has 135 Max jets on order and options to bring that total to 200 or more, analysts say a significant order from a customer like Ryanair with bulls. Your confidence in the grounded Max and help replenish a Boeing backlog that's been depleted since the start of the pandemic. The airline's chief executive officer Michael O'Leary, has called the Max a game changer that will allow Ryan air to add capacity while reducing fuel burn. Neither side is commenting beyond that. Greg Hirsch Holt Co. Moh news Coma news time 10 10 Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk update time It's.

"sue blue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Oribe W. Local 159 were handed down a pair ace from the Labor Management arbitration panel earlier this week that settles the union contract for the next three years. Over the three year term workers will see a raise of just under $6 an hour. I chanted with Sue Blue, who led those contract talks. Blue recently finished her first year as the first female business manager in the union's history. We covered a wide range of topics, including the recent negotiations and her work on making the building trades more accessible to women and people of color. Blue noted that all of the other construction trades contracts had been settled over her unit of electrical workers was unable to reach agreement, she speculated on why her group ended up in front of the arbitration panel rather than reaching a voluntary settlement. One of the things that they spoke about during our negotiations in one of the issues with not wanting to give us a very similar wage increases to what everyone else was receiving was how much uncertainty there is. Well, that uncertainty is for all those straits then, too, isn't it? I think that they were taking advantage of a covert situation. So I think there was an opportunity here to say we can claim all these jobs are going to be affected. We can claim that. We don't know what's gonna happen, and we can claim all this other stuff. So it wasn't like we were asking for a lot more than anyone else had gotten, And that's why we didn't settle. No, we were along those same lines. Several of our contractors receive the payroll protection money. So with five contractors, the total possible dollar amounts that they could receive was $26 million. There wasn't a lot of uncertainty that they weren't gonna have money. The union is working through the selection process. Accepting applicants for apprenticeships for the electrical construction trade. The building trades have long been lacking in diversity. We have talked about the current numbers of women and people of color in the trades and what her union is doing to change. Those numbers within our local of about 1200 were still at 4 to 5% women and people of color. And we're the best of the trade. That's pretty sad. Isn't the applicant still are not anywhere. Nearest divers is we want to see them. We're doing a lot more outreach into communities and have always kind of partnered with big step to have a collaborative efforts to get people prepared so that their meeting all the requirements to get into the trades and be successful once they are selected. And getting into communities where people have never had a family member that's been in the trade, and they don't even realize it's an option or ever see themselves as being a participant. Having that as their livelihood. She also said they need to lead by example in the union as well. We really need to do better and by doing better. I have a pretty diverse office staff and making connections in the community in different events and through different organizations that were hoping that We can not only get more people of color and women into the trade, but to make the experience better doesn't do us any good to get people into the trade, and then they feel isolated and alienated and at a part of something and set them up for failure. All of the union ensures that everyone does get the same hand benefit flu explains that inequities still exist even within that parameters of equal pay for the job. We still have our women and people of color they get laid off first, and it would be kind of interesting to track the job history of some of our women and people of color and see by the time if they stayed in the union they retire. And they built up the same amount of health insurance. It is a pension comparable, So I think on the surface that looks good. Everybody gets paid the same. But is everybody working the same? Is everybody coming through this whole experience on an equal footing, and I don't think at this point that were there. I think there's still a lot that we need to do many times, especially if work. It's slow that you'll see a real disproportionate number of women and people of color that are laid off even though they're 4 to 5%. They might be 15 to 20 to 30% of the layoff. So right now, our work is pretty decent. So most of the people that want to be working are working. But, yeah, I think we do see that there is a disproportionate percentage that end up being on the book, and I think it would be very telling to follow the paths of a couple of different people and see from Initiation to retirement. And where do people end up as faras? They're pension and different things like that that are based off of their work life. Unions have been under attack is late or a blue says that if workers recognize their power, they can make a difference. A lot of things have been very detrimental to unions over the last decade. Plus, but there is still a lot that we can do, and there's still a lot that we can change and have control over. But that takes being involved and it doesn't mean you have to go to every union meeting and doesn't mean you have to be on a committee. There are a lot of ways that union members can strengthen their union and if we do that we're going to be stronger in so many aspects. If our members realized they do have some power, But if they don't collectively see that, having a vision and working towards that together, we can accomplish a lot of things. That was super glue business manager for I d. W Local 159 Samantha Jade River transition to Spirit last Monday. This is a huge loss not only for those close to her, but medicine is a hole in the lesbian community. Sandy Jonah Gold brings this remembrance. Samantha Jade River came to Madison from Kentucky because she felt it would be a safe place to organize for the goddess raise her son and live has an out lesbian. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in administration of private and voluntary agencies. Jade's visions and skills enriched our community In so many ways, she was a creator of the Reform Congregation of the goddess that enabled many women to find a spiritually home. She was a wonderful singer and love music she co founded kissing girls. Production, which put on the legendary lesbian variety show, among other events For many years, I interviewed Jade in the early 19 nineties as my first feature is a her turn reporter. I remember vividly sitting in the W. O R T studio and talking with her. I had heard of Wicca and goddess religions but knew very little about them. Jade was very patient and gave personal answers to my very questions. Jade was one of the most serene and centered people I have ever met. She will be missed tremendously, but we're all better for having known Her Jade wrote what she called the affirmation of spirituality. It was her moral compass and became part of the foundation of the Reform Congregation of the Goddess. She read it during an interview with LGBTQ, You Religious archives network Samantha Jade River. There is one circle of energy and a part of this energy in a dislike to direct I wish to Europe to direct this energy to know that I can create mail reality and that sitting out of positive expectations will bring a positive result that the energy which I send out returns to me that there are an infinite number of possibilities for my life, that every situation is an opportunity to practice and develop my craft that my instinct and intuition can be used to guide me. That my only power is in the present that the goddess or life force energy is within them to will that I shall try never to use my energy unwisely are to live in a free bowl of another. That I shall grow in wisdom, strength, knowledge and understanding that I show as much as I have aware, acting honestly, to myself and others that I shall never use my energy. For what? I don't be evil. Aggressive, are manipulative until only use my energy for positive ends that I shall grow to understand the cyclic life affirming rhythms of the earth and always act with love towards her and all the plants and creatures that I shall transform all negative. To dare to be myself to take responsibility for myself my actions and to know that consciously or unconsciously, I have drawn situations to me to be strong and independent, even in the midst of struggle. To accept and understand those who ate ethnic, racial background, social or economic class appearance or sexual preference are different from my own to stand firm and committed to with my spiritually even in times of isolation, paid desperation are negativity and to understand what to speak..

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"sue blue" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Name from Lady Antebellum to Lady. Aye, so if they could Clear clear themselves, of course of connections to slavery in the old South and the plantation attitude, because that's what the word antebellum is all about. Here's a little bit of a report on CNN about the struggle between Lady, a. The country group and lady a. The person who was just attempting to sing that song. At second ago, Lady has been an official trademark for the band since 2011. But here's the problem Seattle Blue Sing or need A White says that she's been going by Lady a for 20 years. Now. Back in June, both Lady A's decided to share the name. But now the country trio is suing a need a white saying that she and her team demanded $10 million They said in part quote, reluctantly, we have come to the conclusion toe. Ask the court to continue to use the name Lady, a. A trademark we've used for years. There's no statement from Anita Way, but she did post this on instagram quote. You finally realized your name is racially problematic. So you shorten it, but then sue the black woman who has been using that name for almost two decades. That's some white privilege. Yang, lady, a coming in hot. Oh, Now, let's let's unpack this, though. See, they first came to an agreement. And then so maybe she What Lady? A the single singer. Do you think that she thought they were going to send her a check? And that didn't happen. So she pushed back. I honestly don't know what is happening behind the scenes as soon as I heard that they were suing her the single lady. Aye, I was like, I don't I don't know what's going on in 2020 anymore. I think we would need to know when that agreement was made. Was it made when they trademarked Lady a a decade ago 2011 they claim, but she says she's been using the name Lady a for decades. Here again. Here, this what she wrote on Instagram. You finally realized your name is racially problematic. So you shorten it, but then sue the black woman that has been using that name for almost two decades. Okay, So it's almost two decades. And then she says that some white privilege now this is funny, too. Her name is Anita White. So that white privileged o double play so many layers. I like this story. I like it's different folds. So let's just go on. Let's make our predictions on this. Let's bet a pizza on this what is ultimately the outcome. Who wants to go first. We'll need to go first. Yeah. What do you think if she's asking for 10 mil She's going to take less than that. She thinks she can get some money because that's what you do is your roll out a number of fatty that you think they'll push back with a counter offer. I'm going to split this one in half a Solomonic decision. I'm going $5000 to lady. Aye. The single 1000 That's a little less than half of 10 million. 10 million. Oh, I'm sorry. Did I say 1000? Yeah, That's a no, Pete And I were like, Um what? I'm sorry about that. That was a flawed verbal of month long there, I met $5 million. I'm gonna go. That's a little high. I think if anyone out there has seen the movie Friday, the character easel that always wants to sue somebody for slipping and falling in a store, I think His if I'm remember correctly, or to paraphrase the quotas, he wants to sue you for 40 million, but he'll settle out of court right now for 20 bucks. I'm pretty sure that's how that's going to go down because if she didn't fight them 10 years ago when they trade mark this She doesn't really have a legal leg to stand on. They'll give her something so that it is good PR for them, But it won't be anywhere close to 10. But how would you know if she if they applied for a trademark nine years ago? Well, you would know if you already had it trademarked, which, clearly she didn't Right. But don't they in court filings show that Prior usage is some sort of Ah gives you some sort of a hold. It might, but then they're going to argue. Who? You know if you pulled the entire nation whose herd of lady antebellum used the name lady Aye, and heard of you use it. Yeah. I don't pay that much attention to country music, and I and I've heard the lady antebellum reference as lady, eh? Yeah, they're kind of big stars. Forever. So right, right? It's this rather interesting on that front. Yeah, alright, study and you're going a little bit. Hayley. We're gonna go in the middle somewhere so that you could get in the car. I think I think I think they're going to give her more money at maybe seven mil because it's such a the time right now. Yeah, I mean, because, Yeah, that's right. There's a racial undertone to this to the rise of them. Why they changed the name of the fact that it's a white group versus an African American will suing an African American.

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"sue blue" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"W. E. S H Wink news, 120 new deaths 8935 new cases reported in Florida Tampa Bay Times. Florida adds A Record 120 Corona virus deaths 411 Hospitalizations What's interesting here I found a chart. So you want to know how many deaths they had that were actually reported on July 8th. We don't know this happened on July 8th. This is in Florida. You ready for this? See this is yeah. 48. Not 120 48. You know how many they had the day before reported Let's say Those of the 8th 48 63 Then they had 18 and they had 60 that it's all over the lot. We don't know what the real story is. Is that deaths? Where is EJ again? That's death. So I found a chart where you can go across and drag your cursor across there and find any any day. And find out. So when was the peak? Well, that's interesting. They had 83 April 28th was the piece That was the biggest day that they had reported deaths. Now we don't know that they happened that day. The next biggest day was 72 on May 5th. The next biggest day after that was 70 on June 2nd. And then they had AH, 68. Is that right? No. 67 on July 2nd. So it sort of goes up and down and up and down, but it's not like a steady going up was modified. If you look at the chart of it The trajectory is going down on deaths, even in Florida, even with the so called second wave in the rest of it. Why don't I tell you all this? Because I think you need to know A and I don't think you need to freak out. But we also need to be questioning where this news is coming from, and why they're reporting it as their reporting it Why is it that the Department of Health in Florida all of a sudden issues, new deaths? Reported, and it's 120 but does not stipulate that they're not all in one day there over the last week or so. And matter of fact, they may not even be that much because the other charge she'll just they were just 31 in the last week. So we don't even know what the real story is. But again, I've got an inquiry into the department of Health. I doubt I'll hear back from them because apparently they don't want but see, this is a supposedly a Republican run. State with a governor. But the bureaucracy is who decides this and so you get all these folks in the bureaucracy and it's a different animal. I mean, it's like they're their own machine. In the meantime, ladies and gentlemen, from the woke world we have the countryman lady, eh? And as I put on Twitter today, all they need to do is put a put the wormhole after it and call it a day. Lady A. The band formerly known as Lady Antebellum. Apparently as we told you when they change their name the lady Aye, There's already a black singer who's been going by that name for years. And so our name is Anita White, I guess. And so she's called herself, lady, eh? And so I guess she sued them. Well, now they're suing her. They want her name. Now they were doing this stopping the lady Antebellum Ana Belen thing because they thought it was offensive to black folks. And it was, you know, glorifying the civil war in all the rest of it. And now they're suing a black woman and they've they've appropriated her culture. They've stolen the woman's name. And she sued them to stop them from using Lady A. And they sued her back. They want the name from her. That's racist. Absolutely racist. You've got a black woman who's been using this for years. And so what they do according to laws through the band is seeking a ruling that their use of the trademark lady a does not infringe on Anita whites Alleged trademark rights of the same name. They're not seeking monetary damages. They just want to steal her name. Now in all of the woke stuff that's going on. You're trying to steal a woman? Who, by the way, I would assume not many people have heard of. I'm not heard of Lady Aye or Anita White. But the group announced the name change last month, saying they were regretful for not taking into consideration The word antebellum association with slavery and now they're going to steal. Trying to steal the name of a black woman. So where's the black lives matter, folks on this? I haven't heard a word. I need a white, who's been releasing blues and soul music for years as Lady A complained publicly that the band never reached out to her before changing their name. Negotiations over the name failed to reach an agreement. A manager for White didn't immediately respond to requests for comment. And this is from The Associated Press. Cording to the lawsuit. The band applied for the trademark for the name Lady, a for entertainment services and for use on clothing back in 2010 and no oppositions were filed by any person or entity. Well, that doesn't mean anything. And if any of you folks who have been in copyright law on trademark in this type of stuff if you've been using it and you, Khun demonstrate that you've been using it, you don't even have to have a trademark on it. As long as you can prove you were using it before somebody else is Comes along and tries you like Lady and about Annabelle, um, trying to steal it. Says when we learned that Miss White was also performing under the name lady. Aye, we had heartfelt discussions with her about how we can all come together and make something special and beautiful out of this. Moment, the group said in a statement. We never even entertain the idea that she shouldn't also be able to use the name Lady Aye, and never will. Today's action doesn't change that. They just want to squat on the name..

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"sue blue" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Remember them? They changed their name to lady Aye. Ted. Then. They come across. This other artist, a black woman from New Orleans who has been going by the name of Lady a frank over 20 years. And she has a new album out this month. She's from Seattle, but she's down in New Orleans or something. So Lady antebellum. No one asked. No one said anything. They decided to virtue Signal and act as though they were so holy We are light e antebellum, and we love black people so much. We're going to change our slave name. Lady. Antebellum toe lady, eh? So they just like changed it. They changed their Twitter account and then Oh, look, here's a woman. Who says she's been using it for two decades. Ah problem like nobody with Lady antebellum. They spent all their time virtue, signaling and instead of actually spending money on a proper attorney to maybe look into some of these matters for them. So Lady Antebellum decided to talk with Lady A and see if they could, you know, maybe work out something. All she ended up Saying that OK, well, we can work out something I want what I am worth. I want what my name's worth, which I think it's perfectly reasonable to ask. I always tell people never, ever be afraid to ask your worth. Never So they decided to be aggressive. And they came out into the media yesterday, saying that they have filed lawsuit that lawsuit against her. For her name. They applied for the trademark of the name. And they were trying to say, Well, we applied for the trademark in 2010 and we got the trademark and nobody filed opposition. Yeah, OK, Well, maybe it's because That doesn't necessarily mean that your cause is proven. It just She's used hers and commerce clearly earlier than you have, and that's ultimately what could be contested. So now they said that they're suing her and they're they're like we were so master her like we were even going to write a song with her that that could have been released as a joint single. But you know, she That wanted millions of dollars in payment. And so we reluctantly filed a trademark lawsuit against her, which I think is nothing says I love black people, and I'm going to March You signal harder than Lady antebellum soon a black woman for using the name she has used for two decades. Wow. So that's what they're doing. And She's she's literally been releasing and selling music under her name for decades. And I don't know how long they were engaged in these negotiations, apparently one long, But they said we were we were even writing a song with her, and apparently, her people were like what Right? I mean, she's I mean, she's identified herself. Is this for a really long time? Oh, so there you have it. I

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Country band Lady A, formerly Lady Antebellum, sues blues singer Lady A

Dana Loesch

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Country band Lady A, formerly Lady Antebellum, sues blues singer Lady A

"Remember them? They changed their name to lady Aye. Ted. Then. They come across. This other artist, a black woman from New Orleans who has been going by the name of Lady a frank over 20 years. And she has a new album out this month. She's from Seattle, but she's down in New Orleans or something. So Lady antebellum. No one asked. No one said anything. They decided to virtue Signal and act as though they were so holy We are light e antebellum, and we love black people so much. We're going to change our slave name. Lady. Antebellum toe lady, eh? So they just like changed it. They changed their Twitter account and then Oh, look, here's a woman. Who says she's been using it for two decades. Ah problem like nobody with Lady antebellum. They spent all their time virtue, signaling and instead of actually spending money on a proper attorney to maybe look into some of these matters for them. So Lady Antebellum decided to talk with Lady A and see if they could, you know, maybe work out something. All she ended up Saying that OK, well, we can work out something I want what I am worth. I want what my name's worth, which I think it's perfectly reasonable to ask. I always tell people never, ever be afraid to ask your worth. Never So they decided to be aggressive. And they came out into the media yesterday, saying that they have filed lawsuit that lawsuit against her. For her name. They applied for the trademark of the name. And they were trying to say, Well, we applied for the trademark in 2010 and we got the trademark and nobody filed opposition. Yeah, OK, Well, maybe it's because That doesn't necessarily mean that your cause is proven. It just She's used hers and commerce clearly earlier than you have, and that's ultimately what could be contested. So now they said that they're suing her and they're they're like we were so master her like we were even going to write a song with her that that could have been released as a joint single. But you know, she That wanted millions of dollars in payment. And so we reluctantly filed a trademark lawsuit against her, which I think is nothing says I love black people, and I'm going to March You signal harder than Lady antebellum soon a black woman for using the name she has used for two decades. Wow. So that's what they're doing. And She's she's literally been releasing and selling music under her name for decades. And I don't know how long they were engaged in these negotiations, apparently one long, But they said we were we were even writing a song with her, and apparently, her people were like what Right? I mean, she's I mean, she's identified herself. Is this for a really long time? Oh, so there you have it. I

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Lady A, formerly Lady Antebellum, sues blues singer Lady A

Donna and Steve

02:51 min | 2 years ago

Lady A, formerly Lady Antebellum, sues blues singer Lady A

"We all know the story. Country group Lady Antebellum dropped the antebellum. Decided to go with their nickname Lady A right and they did this just out of in solidarity with the black community because they realized the implications of antebellum and the civil war. And all that stuff felt were trying to do a good thing. Right? So they decided out of respect. They're just goingto go by lady A will. Then this R and B singer named Anita White. Who goes by lady, eh? Mom said, Hey, wait a second. I've been using that name while performing for 20 years. So they end up having this zoom call and we end up seeing some of it in the media, you know, like, Oh, look at them. They're laughing, laughing. Yes. Well, then, Anita Way, lady, eh? Ah, the R and B singer came forward and said OK, once the lawyers got involved, this is when things are starting to break down. Well, now the country group Lady a has filed suit against R and B singer lady, eh? Excuse me yesterday in federal court in Nashville. They've been in a battle over the name Thins announcing, of course, on June 11th that they were dropping the antebellum portion of their name. A few weeks ago, they had thought they had come to an agreement with I need a white lady, eh? Who's been performing under that name. Like I said, for a couple decades, those talks broke down. And now the group's lawyers say that I need a white is trying to keep them from enforcing. The trademark that they registered 10 years ago. Right? They've had a trademark on the name lady, which we didn't know that previously were 10 years. Yes, so she's demanding. $10 million to relinquish her claim to the name. And they're insisting that they wouldn't try to keep her from performing as lady, eh? They just want her to allow them to do the same. Sure, their trademark that they have, right, right. Exactly. So which makes it seem like that would be that's Ah, strong case if you have the trademark as opposed to if you're both just putting your hand and say Wait, we go by that. Wait. No. I have already gone by that. I don't know much about law. But I think that trademarks are a pretty powerful feather toe. Having your cat point. Yeah, and they didn't on under this. I agree. They filed the trademark. Like I said 10 years ago, then it took a year for it to get approved. And then Mrs Miss White. You know, you could say had plenty of opportunity to challenge it. And she never did until this story came out and I just feel bad for everybody.

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"sue blue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Man who saw this coming you everything couch you would know him as hapless wins teen you know he's only twenty two now for some reason I just remember the story maybe just because there's so many different layers of it plane now much longer than just six years ago he was what he was sixteen so I guess if for whatever reason you don't remember the story at the tender age of sixteen at three times the legal limit of blood alcohol he and a bunch of others packed into a truck that he was driving there was another vehicle as well long story short four people were killed and the defense at the time was based on him suffering from affluent so yes I am full wins and I did put basically he has been raised in such luxury punish so little and as a result pretty much thing she can do whatever you damn well pleases and it is that affluence that limits his culpability and what was amazing is kinda worked kinda worked four people are dead and he was sentenced to at the time is the C. ten years probation looking at here and he had to go to a rehab center body was found this was after being found guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter so that's what he's got to do yeah ten years probation he's not going to jail unless we count the rehab center which is I guess you're forced to be there but it's not jailed the end of the day that's all he has to do and then dad is when things got a little crazy because basically he won down with that so in twenty fifteen and when he's on probation he doesn't show up to check in which is supposed to do and nobody could figure out where he went and then they rip me remember they confer hours mom went either and then it turned out they were and where were they in their in Kabul they were down to Mexico somewhere living it up down there him his mom so they bring him back he is sentenced men to a hundred and eighty days per Calvin he did seven hundred some days jail and then they had to let him out I was so apparently he pop for drugs on a recent urinalysis so at the age of twenty two they're holding him did they ever judicata mom Sir I'm and hit the store in the flight to decide no here we go tiny counts charge of hindering apprehension of a known felon and money laundering but released on bond her case is still pending matter dragon acting out so he's he's in trouble again but if it keeps plan out has been playing now will be for long a woman is suing blue buffalo dog food the company for making her dog fat an irate pet owner is suing blue buffalo claiming their advertising is misleading and has left her with a plus size diabetic pooch man if only there was something you could have done about that ma'am Shannon Walton says she purchased blue wilderness rocky mountain recipe for her seven year old pop Tucker what is Tucker he's lab beagle mix and she did it because the package had wolves on it and says inspired by the diet of wolves but she said the food actually contains too many carbs we get you gotta keto your dog ma'am or all right then this is crazy here's what you do give it less food it should be like a vet call in show give a gigantic Pat feed it less or in the opposite way I was raised in the candy counter and situation there if we have seen the house we feed him more we've seen a correlation over years to years of secrets pastel within the family server if the if the animal that you control you literally control its food is rollerball give it less food give it some days she ate it give it more food or shoe blue buffalo is as for the deep pockets are so good for you here's a guy who could probably feed that to his dog at any rate he wanted because his dog and the dog it's an emotional support coyote the state of Iowa has removed his emotional support coyote Matt Stokes of Waterloo says he actually start caring for the county is a pup the packet filtered down in an old shed but eventually moved on the left the young animal behind at that point he nursed it to health and raised it announces emotional support coyote exactly let's just kind of run around and his name is literally what what is it in a drifter so I guess it's strongly encouraged to roam around the neighbor's side they called the lucky did shoot at where I grew up but they don't call on a coyote wandering around it tends to play out different I'm so anyway they took it and it's illegal only coyote in the state of Iowa a lot of other states for that matter and now he's threatening to sue the Iowa department of agriculture to give drifter back claiming that drifter is not simply a wild animal that he is not allowed to own that he is welcomed and was home but rather the drifter is in fact his emotional support coyote which by the way I'm all for this and I don't want to be on that flight but I want to hear about it after we just had the in the news here a couple weeks ago with some some looser guidelines on what is or isn't an emotional support animal in the end leaving airlines not wanting to get sued that will then Lucien's some of the some of the lock down that you saw here very recently member was only about a year did two years ago that they started with much more rigid refined guidelines limiting it to the specifically recognized Americans disability act miniature horses and dogs a lot of airlines just said that's how they're gonna go with this and let's face it if you've done any level of flying here or stay in hotels the sheer volume of people whose not at all trained dog is now a service animal of some sort is pretty disgusting where was where was I and I was at a Marriott I remember that this is a merry outs fall because merry and as we get sued I was I was walking down the halls checking in I remember where I was traveling and this ladies walking by and she's got a friggin show while what Christ with sewer rat I don't know what it is and the thing just goes ballistic on the end of it and there's straight I'm not supposed to have pets up in there and I'm I'm what can I get over on the elevator and like some guy is obviously a manager there on it he is getting off the elevator and he she was walking back to her room I walked over the elevator she goes into a room and he heard he heard the dog going bonkers around the corner over me and and asked about it and I told them and wanted to my disbelief the dog is still there the next day and so I actually asked is normally I'm just like whatever I just don't care and one of our myself with this and he had indicated without indicating that because it was because other gas that done basically she was shovel in that pile of crap never mind the thing turned into a little spastic ugh ugh a crazed animal on the end of its leash during our brief encounter walking by in the hallway you know like all service animals do eight hundred eight oh one eighty nine ninety nine and I would feel remiss if before the end of the show which is coming up here rather bristly I didn't once again visit what is my all time favorite story of the day which involves a man another man his goat an adult bookstore pistol our truck and methamphetamines in fact that is how we will end our day that in at least one more coming out for you here on shin at this is the is.

"sue blue" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Longer than just six years ago he was what he was sixteen so I guess if for whatever reason you don't remember the story at the tender age of sixteen at three times the legal limit of blood alcohol he and a bunch of others packed into a truck that he was driving there was another vehicle as well long story short four people were killed and the defense at the time was based on him suffering from affluent so yes I am full wins and I did put basically he has been raised in such luxury punish so little and as a result pretty much thinks he can do whatever you damn well pleases and it is that affluence that limits his culpability and what was amazing is kinda worked kinda worked four people are dead and he was sentenced to at the time is the C. ten years probation looking at it here and he had to go to a rehab center body was found this was after being found guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter so that's what he's got to do yeah ten years probation he's not going to jail unless you want to count the rehab center which is I guess you're forced to be there but it's not jailed the end of the day that's all he has to do and then that is when things got a little crazy because basically he won down with that so in twenty fifteen then when he's on probation he doesn't show up to check in which is supposed to do and nobody could figure out where he went and then they rip me remember they confer hours mom went either and then it turned out they were and where were they in their in Kabul they were down to Mexico somewhere living it up down there him at his mom so they bring him back he is sentenced then to a hundred and eighty days per Calvin did seven hundred some days jail and then they had to let him out I so apparently he pop for drugs on a recent tell your analysis so at the age of twenty two they're holding him did they ever judicata mom sure I'm and hit the store in the flight to decide no here we go tiny couch charge of hindering apprehension of a known felon and money laundering but released on bond her case is still pending matter dragon acting out so he's sad he's in trouble again but if it keeps plan out has been playing now will be for long a woman is suing blue buffalo dog food the company for making her dog fact an irate pet owners showing blue buffalo claiming their advertising is misleading and has left her with a plus size diabetic pooch man if only there was something you could have done about that ma'am Shannon Walton says she purchased blue wilderness rocky mountain recipe for her seven year old pup occur what is Tucker he's lab beagle mix and she did it because the package had wolves on it and says inspired by the diet of wolves but she said the food actually contains too many carbs all we get you gotta keto your dog ma'am or all right then this is crazy here's what you do give it less food it should be like a vet call in show give a gigantic Pat feed it less or is the opposite like I was raised in a cat a cattle ranch situation there if we have seen cal's we feed him more we've seen a correlation over years to years of secrets pastel within the family server if the if the animal that you control you literally control its food is rollerball give it less food give it some days she ate it give it more food or sue blue buffalo is as for the deep pockets are so good for you here's a guy who could probably feed that to his dog at any rate he wanted because his dog and the dog it's an emotional support coyote the state of Iowa has removed his emotional support coyote Matt Stokes of Waterloo says he actually start caring for the county is a pop the packet filter down in an old shed but eventually moved on the left the young animal behind at that point he nursed it to health and raised it announces emotional support coyote except he lets you just kind of run around and his name is literally what what is it it drifter so I guess it's strongly encouraged to roam around the neighbor's side they called the lucky did shoot it where I grew up they don't call on a coyote wandering around it tends to play out different so anyway the they took it and it's illegal only coyote in the state of Iowa on a lot of other states for that matter and now he's threatening to sue the Iowa department of agriculture to give drifter back claiming that drifter is not simply a wild animal that he is not allowed to own that he is welcomed and was home but rather the drifter is in fact his emotional support coyote which by the way I'm all for this and I don't want to be on that flight but I want to hear about it after we just had the in the news here a couple weeks ago with some of some looser guidelines on what is or isn't an emotional support animal any and leave airlines not wanting to get sued that will then Lucien's some of the some of the lock down that you saw here very recently never was only about a year did two years ago that they started with much more rigid refined guidelines limiting it to the specifically recognized Americans with disability act miniature horses and dogs a lot of airlines just said that's how they're going to go with this and let's face it if you've done any level of flying here or stay in hotels the sheer volume of people whose main not at all trained dog is now a service animal of some sort is pretty disgusting where was where was I had I was at a Marriott I remember that this is a merry outs fall because merry at as we get sued I was I was walking down the halls checking in I remember where I was traveling and this ladies walking by and she's got a friggin show while what crossed with sewer rat I don't know what it is and the thing just goes ballistic on the end of it and there's straight I'm not supposed to have pets up in there and I'm I'm what can I get over on the elevator and like some guy is obviously a manager there on it is getting off the elevator and he she was walking back to her room I walked over the elevator she goes into a room and he heard he heard the dog going bonkers around the corner over me and and asked about it and I told them and what to my disbelief the dog is still there the next day and so I actually asked was normally I'm just like whatever I just don't care I don't involve myself with this and he had indicated without indicating that because it was because other gas that basically she was shovel in that pile of crap never mind the thing turned into a little spastic I got a crazed animal on the end of its leash during our brief encounter walking by in the hallway giggling all service animals do eight hundred eight oh one eighty nine ninety nine and I would feel remiss if before the end of the show which is coming up here rather bristly I didn't once again visit what is my all time favorite story of the day which involves a man but other man his goat an adult bookstore all pistol our truck and methamphetamines in fact that is how we will end our day that in at least one more coming out for you here on 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"sue blue" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They investigated further and then that's when they located what's in the ditch completely nude pacing back and forth and making bird sounds again they don't point out what they were you would think you have to put that in the police report what approach by police watch attempted to escape hiding under the porch of a mobile home nearby after a brief standoff he left his hiding place engage with police punching one of the deputy several times two deputies use stun gun on why stun guns on watch and it had no effect thank you math they call for backup and soon six other deputies and Casper who is a canine officer arrived on the scene they tracked watch to the nearby woods when he saw Casper the nude man got down on his hands and knees and pretended he was a dog as well Casper's handlers gave the dog the command to bring the suspect down when the dog engage whites he grabbed the animal's head and bit him and wrestled under the ground and treated him back to yet but I'm an ad in rage the dog bit what's in the head as he was being taken into custody W. said took what's the hospital the claims the dog bite before booking him he's charged with everything looks like they're from a fun little myth fueled nights these are the only one now meanwhile a Louisiana woman was simultaneously being arrested after cops allegedly found method her home inside a plastic container labeled don't forty one year old Candice Neill charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance after police found drugs in our home Neil who tried to hide from the cops in our backyard before being detained admitted ownership of the math what a what I'm what I'm feeling understanding the story is was the process by which the is she that she consent to a search or was is it a plain view saying United officers in your house you got a bunch of mass it on the table you can just see it it's not a search violation right you can see it side said said that plain view exception or a plain sight exception but if it's a drawer label don't I don't know if that qualifies like it let's say that hypothetically on my work computer I had a folder that said not port right good HR search that I don't know but I do ask myself that question on the regular all right eight hundred eight a one eighty nine ninety nine lots more fun and frivolity and basically other arrest you didn't yourself have to partake in to help us around out this hour and a woman is suing blue buffalo the dog food company wait till you hear why it's coming up here on Schmidt you're listening to news radio WFLA this is a commercial announcement soon the Senate will decide if president trump to be removed from office now newsmax is conducting an urgent poll asking if president trump should be removed president trump needs your vote just text on your cell phone the word rock to nine five five seven seven that's.

"sue blue" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

13:30 min | 3 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"As optimus primal later in the armada energy on cybercrime cartoons. He was often sprite but here in beast wars he was directed by a Friday to thirteenth alumni. Here's where it gets funny now. He started in a Freddie versus Jason movie in fact the Freddie Versus Jason Jason Movie which came out in two thousand three. He played sheriff. You played the town sheriff. I have his name. My notes are not at hand right now. I'm so sloppy this he played the town's sheriff where the whole Freddie versus Jason Jason Shenanigans is going on. I was prepared to tell you that part. You probably already know that that's another one of those not as pretty well known factoid when it comes to this stuff what I just realized was and I wish out realized that earlier talk of works at my notes a little better Friday the thirteenth part seven was originally intended to be a Freddie versus Jason Movie And in those initial movie you got the aridity. There's the first steps are all the legal ease the script writing studios the back and forth and all that that's going back and forth forever until movie actually starts being worked on okay it was intended to be Freddie versus Jason Movie Terms Cubby met and somehow got made into a teen psychic versus Jason Movie go figure that one of the stars of what was supposed to be the Freddie versus Jason Movie later voice directed a guy who's one of the stars in the actual Freddie versus Jason. Sometimes things just work out in a very funny manner. Don't they now. Here's another bit of comedy about that. In Freddie versus versus Jason. We had a cameo appearance by one actor. Who Do we just had a small. Maybe Cameo appearance. That actor's name is Scott Ward. I know that names not flipping anything off in your head right now now. He's been in a lot of things but I'm GONNA get to white is it's funny how this worked out. Scott Ward had a small cameo role just based on his just based on his nominee as an actor or whatever you know nominee that's not the right word is based small cameo role. He was free for versus versus Jason a few years later. Scott Ward was into transformers two thousand seven movie playing one of the military personnel well. That's pretty cool but why is that so ironic just other than an actor was in a Jason Movie and then later transformers movie like like I said these things happen you know the these voice actors or actors water Aaron million productions and there's probably a ton of 'em. I'm not bringing up right now just because of the fact how things work. I don't know everything who knows maybe some best boy or a boom. MIC operator was on and all of them. You know I don't know but anyway. This guy was in a small cameo role in Freddie versus Jason and then a few years later one to military personnel in the transformers two thousand seven movie but what makes that so funny remember they were how I just said. Gary Chalk was Freddie versus. Jason will years later down the row. Gary Chalk was in a direct. DVD movie sequel to a popular all-time movie now the movie. I'm talking about how is Christmas Carol. Christmas Carol of course is a classic movie Ralphie wanting to Red Ryder. Bb Gun for Christmas and it's actually has other sequels. It's actually part of a series. You could google that if you like. I'M NOT GONNA get into all of it. Well there was a direct the DVD's sequel movie not tied into the original source material aside from Christmas story address. You know Christmas story part two would ralphie being older teenager wanting a car for Christmas. That's and to draw comparisons to the original movie. He has a Christmas break job working as an Elf for the Mall Santa. We all remember to Santa Cena Christmas story so Gary Chalk Place Senate that now why is that so ironic and funny. Will you see Zack Ward. Guy Was just mentioning he you Scott Farkas in the original Christmas story. You know the bully who was like terrorizing them in Ralphie. beat the crap out of that guy he was afraid versus Jason he was in transformers and he was Christmas story. That's weird. That's just kind of weird. How these things work out isn't it now it just kind of ironic due to away. These things work out. That was weird to me. I was just like I. I didn't even mean to do that. One what was going on was I was just kind of glancing over some of these things and I was looking at Gerry chalks character on the cast list and I said to myself hey that guy looks familiar because what I was going to do. I I made notes for this episode that like right now. I can't find and it was basically the sheriff's last. I don't think it Sheriff Marshall Who Gary Chalk Plate and I saw the scots like hey he looked familiar and clicked and they're one of the listings was transformer and riot top with Scott Fergus so that was an accidental one right there at all making notes for I didn't make the most comprehensive of notes best trying to get some of them and that was one of them now to end this one out. I'm going to talk about probably the most direct crossover and a real reason. I was clicking transfers two thousand seven listing because I wanted to get the characters name right see the transfers two thousand seven movie character named Trent DeMarco played by sure hold on one second. Pardon me I had a coughing fit for some reason those allergies won't Act Otamendi hit record the Trent demarco was played by Travis Van Winkle indie original coach transports two thousand seven movie. That was one of the reasons I was looking at the two thousand seven cast-list now the transformers two thousand seven movie is a production of platinum dunes entertainment platinum dunes is a production company owned by Michael Bay who made the transformers two thousand seven movie. He may also the Friday the thirteenth two thousand nine remake and two thousand ten nightmare on ELM street remake once again having and Freddy and Jason here in the same discussion but that's okay because it's the same. It's the same a chronological. It's the same cannon it's the same series series just a different bad guy in different parts of the world much like Captain America has to do with Red Skull and iron man had to deal with ironmonger in monger Freddy and Jason Exist in the same fictional setting okay before I get more into Travis Demarco Marco until you guys a funny story. I found out years ago that nightmare ELM street two thousand ten remake. Make didn't have Robert England playing Freddie Krueger as normally you know he's getting a little older they decided to recast them and they picked Jackie Jackie Earle Haley who you guys probably best know from Oh my Lord Africa the movie. The from the watchman will Jackie Earle Haley Played Freddy Kruger earlier in the eighties in the original dime round street. One of the stars was Johnny Depp Well. This is a funny story. Johnny Depp didn't intend tend to be in the movie he had went with his roommate too. The try-outs whose remit was an actor too and his roommate was trying out for the movie. The directors liked Johnny so much. They talked him into trying out and he got a role. We know who's roommate was Jackie Earle Haley who played for a cruiser in the two thousand ten roommate so just by the way a pure luck would have it. The Guy Tried out for the original movie as a teenager to be one two teenage characters and then later was in the reboot as the main bad guy. It's funny how these things work out but it's super funny how these things worked out have is pointed out earlier with Sue Blue Gary Chalk and Scott Farkas you hear see Michael Bay produced a course the the bulk of the live action transformers movies. I I think he just has his name on the credits for the bumblebee movie as part of a contractor whatever I don't know how much he had to do without one liquids Michael Bay his producer third rector records the live action movies his Phillips one of his little studios makes these are remakes they made the Texas chainsaw massacre remake and the Jason remaking all countries mentioned big whoop right. That's just you know. The Guy Likes to make money. Obviously who cares right well that Travis Van Winkle Mhm who was in two thousand seven transformers movie playing Trent DeMarco. If you guys don't remember well you guys remember the jerk in high school that was made to Sheila booth the Megan Fox's original boyfriend or I guess she was hanging around him. She might not have been his girlfriend a friend but she sure was pretty much paired up with him. At the beginning you know he was picking on Shiloh boo for whatever and she ended up leaving her to write off a Shiloh booth hair at that cool all seen and all you got. You got showed up their full that guy the jerk bully cool guy character. Trent DEMARCO. That was the characters name. Why am I pointing that out in two thousand nine okay two movies came out in two thousand nine. Well a Lotta movies did but in two thousand nine the Friday the thirteenth remake came out and then revenge of the fallen transformers partout came out later that summer in fact while you're watching into Friday the thirteenth into theater you likely saw a trailer for revenge fallen I know I did. That's just the way movies work of course will hey. Michael Bay directed one one of his production companies and then later his production company and did you guys notice if your ear nose in the transformers movies a lot of the side characters don't come back. You know it's Shiloh booths friend part one. It wasn't impart to his friend for part. Two was an import three very shallow buffet. Does an empire for you know that sort of thing you know. Megan Fox just vanished and part part three. You know these are things the we've all all discussed the movies rather all these things about the moves. I'm not gonNA say faults just enough people that said already will the trend. DEMARCO guy sure didn't show back up and rented a fallen diddy. Trent DeMarco Travis Van Winkle played the character of Trent demarco and fry thirteen two thousand nine. He played the exact same character who spoiler. It's a decade year old movie got murdered erred so the at least. DEF- reboot Friday the thirteenth from two thousand nine is in the same actual capacity the of the live action movies he played the same guy wasn't just the same actor. He played the same guy. Now I know some you could point will will. There's nothing solid concrete shut up Trenton. Tomorrow was killed by Jason after being a jerk Sheila booth he made fun of Bumblebee and Jason Killed Him that had happened so that's the most concrete Friday thirteen ain't crossover being that in a semi sort of way the move some of the movies are connected funny now. It's not concrete. I know it's just could have been just the they're like hey he's in this movie to listening his character that he played the same ain't sort of upper-class popular kid you know they obviously they just did it for Ngok. Whatever but dude the guy who was a jerk. Trent demarco totally got murdered by chason before part to ever happened..

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"sue blue" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

13:34 min | 3 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"Web version of the site. There's a little search tool or I guess. If you go through the tags it's under Halloween or if you're the the mobile version you click the Halloween tag or if you scroll down to the bottom of the page is a few web version and bring your search either way look up the mad that scientists I made a post a few weeks ago as part of a Halloween posting on mad scientists toys when it came to these mad lab toys playing with and this mad scientist. Excuse me the the alien version treasurer ex. I got to thinking man. Oh man would it. It not be great if they made mad. Scientists blind toys one second. Let me get another drink before I cough again her as refreshing still coughed but I caught it this time I was thinking how great it would be for a new current line of mad scientists toys it could be a mixture of scopes based on the Classic Monsters and such from the original line as well as some new creations could be. Maybe like the mad lab in a vial full slime or maybe something else just a straight up lying line pack. That got me thinking how much I would love that. Maybe the maybe one based on the alien from the alien to section Kit. I seen that guy I pop up in a lot of indie toy indie toy makers wears and so I got guy wouldn't help. I think that that would go over well. A lot of people like it enough to make you know unsolicited versions of the character in you know maybe maybe they can even do some of the Babas Arby's from the Japanese incarnation of mad scientists. Let's again go check out. That article is saying a lot of people seem to like that one and maybe you will too well one more thing before I get into the the meat and potatoes of this month show my homeboy homeboy my home slice my main man. The God beast has a new batch of figures ready at his website shop. I think he put them up a week ago. There's probably some still left the goaded God be shop. You can see them. He also as now were sliding into Halloween and he has some of the monster cereal theme set still left and it would be good time to get them up as you know it's Halloween Monster. Student cereals are being stocked at your local store. You can't help but to be in the mood. He's got those sent effects. Musher cereal guys as well. I've got the blue monster figure would be scented like blueberry to match up with blueberry. I think I want to get the others. He's gotTa Count Chocula version nemesis. He's got a Franken Berry version of CABOODLE MUCCI as well as the larger vinyl figure. It's in a strawberry strawberry. The larger co MUCCI figure good stuff Halloween's around the corner. I can't wait suet his halloween. Selection will be now. It's getting to the main potatoes of this month's episode. I mentioned at the beginning. This is episode. Thirteen fate would have had it that the first Halloween themed episode of this year would be a month with Friday the thirteenth this coming Friday you. I'm recording this on Monday morning. This coming Friday will be Friday the thirteenth it's one of those magic. Halloween seasons where we have have a Friday the thirteenth throwing it while sure it would have been much better for the in October but we can't control the calendar now county so of course a lot of you probably watching Jason Movies on marathons really taken it in. It's the perfect time for Friday. The thirteenth ain't sure Friday to thirteen are great off season so it's where you can have a little mini Halloween. It may be in spring or summer or maybe even winter but it sure is great. Having one Halloween where there is an abundance of spooky merchandise at your hands grip you just reach out and grab one and any place you go those inexpensive dollar. Hockey masks are available so she's the perfect time so the commemorate such a momentous occasion as a Friday the thirteenth during Halloween as well as somehow this being the thirteenth episode at that time. I didn't plan it this way. I thought I would look at the Friday. The thirteenth movie movie series a little now being that transformed squadron is Transform Squadron and at the podcast zone based dot org which is a weird sight light about robots and monsters. I won't do it my way. I thought I'd take the time to point out some of the instances where transformers this has crossed over with Friday the thirteenth in one way or another now before I get started. This is not going to be the most comprehensive list in the world now. I don't don't know everything you know. I I could try to know everything but I still would know everything. I freely admit that I believe I have a pretty fun list of instances in here but that's totally not comprehensive just being the way these productions actions work you might have shared crew from one production to another or sewn whose voice actor worked on a movie here. They're that sort of thing so there's there's most likely a million more examples than the ones. I'm about to give you. I felt these were pretty neat. Starting off. I will have to guess I guess I'll have to start with the most most funny one and probably the most as low key of the mall as it's not really much of a crossover. It's just a funny coincidence Friday. The thirteenth part seven one of the one of the teenagers in that movie that of course gets hurt by Jason is played by Crispin Glover. Everyone knows Crispin Glover. He Played Mardi MC flies dad in the original back to the future. He's infamous for being a bit of a nutjob. Just kind of a Weirdo got a strange rap song just kind of a weird guy all around. He's a Friday thirteen part four playing a floor while part for paying playing ski just talking about Crispin Glover Lover got my voice messing up. We take a drink. That's better just talking about. Crispin Glover got me making all sorts of vocal typos. He's that weird. Crispin Glover is in Friday. The thirteenth part part four the final chapter is intended to be the last one and then they made another one here. You're later whatever crispin plays one of the teenagers and he's an awkward guy will as the group is having fun and partying at their cabin. He asks one of the girls to dance with him and he goes over he pushes on Stereo. I think the record on a song he dances like a madman for a minute or two. You have to see the stance to do just Google Crispin Glover Dancing Friday the thirteenth. It's on Youtube Youtube visitors gifts of it is the if you ever wonder exactly how unhinged Crispin Glover is watched a man dance now so when they record it they filled the scene they used a record of back in black by ACDC and crispin is dancing to back in black back that makes us make a little more sense if you've watched scene because his movements matched that song more natural song in used in the movie because when they dubbed over of course they didn't have the licensed rights to us back in black what they did have what they did use a song by lion the same lion who saw the transformers movie theme in the Nineteen Eighty six movie those guys they play love is alive by lion in that scene ever since I was a kid I thought those guys sounded familiar than later on finding out as the same guys hey that's pretty neat but speaking the things I thought sounded familiar as a kid and it's pretty neat and probably the most commonly brought up Friday. The thirteenth transformers crossover is is part of me wants second lawn. Guys are outside one second. I'm back. I felt it better to pause us. Instead of trying to battle the sounds of a weed whacker somehow the long guys always know when I'm doing anything that would require silence ironically though oh I just mentioned a weed whacker because the the incense is about to bring up is the most more well known Friday the thirteenth crossover and that would be Subaru suebu voice our see in transformers as we all know the original movies season three animated Subaru is Suba was also in Friday the thirteenth part seven as Mrs Sheppard Amanda Shepherd the main character's mother now. I said it was ironic. She was killed with a weed whacker. I guess I guess the long guys knew what I was talking about ahead of time here him out there. It's it's Jason. He's chasing on our see now. What makes that part always kind of stand out to me is one. I was a kid I. I thought thought that lady sounded familiar. You know your kids. You don't know all the names of the people involved with things as an adult you might not under some some nerds out there will remember every single artist writer or whatever I love dairy goes again he does he get her yet. Get her man. She still running running but you know I don't remember every single instance. I might remember this voice actor. This artists here there but a lot of them. I'm not going to remember or baby never find out their name when as a kid man you definitely don't notice things and there. I was watch and Friday the thirteenth part seven. Hbo You know is generally about a year after the movie would be released at the time that would show up on HBO or showtime or Something Within the movie would come out go to video by parents who let me rent it so I'd have to wait till the show on HBO and I'd Watch it while they're at work worked at night usually so it worked out for me that Friday night premiere. I'd get to see new Friday thirteenth or nightmare on ELM street here. Was this movie about about a new Jason goes back to kill people of course and the main star is a psychic teenager. This also will play into something talk about until the minute that I just realized I didn't. I wasn't thinking about this til just a second ago and it just occurred to me. That's kind of ironic but she plays the psychic teenager major and her mother is played by Sue Blue Subaru's taken her back to the camp camp where her father died beginning beginning of the movie her psychic powers had part of his death that his death as she's going back there to ask for counseling funnily enough or counselors played by the guy from weekend at Bernie's Bernie the corpse weird so the whole movie. I was a kid watching thinking wow her mom sounds super familiar turns out. RC issue sue blue speaking voice because it is you're literally hearing our C poll time now now. Here's where I was going to this is. This is funny how this works out sometimes things work of funny because she sees. Soo Blue who later became the voice director on beast wars and beast machines. I think animated as well she she's worked in animation a whole lot probably more than live action well star. Gary Chalk as did be some Sheen's. Gary Chalk was optimus primal. He has been in a million different productions both live action and animated you name it. He's probably I've been in it but go figure sue blue one of the stars of Friday the thirteenth part seven who who was our C. went on to be the voice director on Beast Wars starring Gary Chalk.

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"sue blue" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"sue blue" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"sue blue" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And I have fun. So it's like, no, I just want to ask me that code here. Like, oh, how could you? What people wanna bowl is? Great. Right. Haven't won. It been been there gotten close. But I'm saying Tom you wanna sue blue sue boat. The cable Bill is still do right? You know for some people changes their life a little bit. These you still got bills, you know, you get other perks. But after a while those perks go away and they go onto the next Super Bowl champs. So nothing can beat being home, you know, and having daddy their kids in the face. And it's interesting when you look down at your call waiting and so William dollar check. I was doing the combine as I always do for the NFL network last year and run my forty yard dash on behalf of Saint you in for run rich run, and I'm doing the the combine Mike Mayock now the general manager of the raiders to my right? And I'm looking down at the field. And then all of a sudden coming from my left shoulder slapdown down right in front of me on my notes was check very nice check written out to Saint Jude. And I'm like where what is this? And who is this? And I look at the top of the check and it says William Bella check on it. And I. Thought I thought was who this William. And I look up and see over my shoulder and see the big smiling face of Bill Belichick who came in to drop a check for Saint Jude. You know, which is again another side of him that varies rarely is a I'll tell you. Here's a as a player you as a as a Ponant. I really didn't you really didn't like him. Right. You always kind of knew you had to be on your eight game plan them. He was on talk to you is really gonna talk to you. But man, just as analysts now watching it. I it makes it easy for me. Like when I'm watching the games there are so many things I see and notice pay attention to and also work with you at the draft talking to some of the scouts what they do how they do it. I mean, most most teams are scouting two hundred to twenty five a bad team to a really good team really detailed to seventy five. I've talked to a former scout who's been burnt out who's moved on for the New England Patriots. They do about three fifty scout three hundred fifty three hundred seven almost over a hundred more individual players all thirty one other teams. And you wonder why they are so good because they just get people just to play ten or twelve place throughout the year. And that is different. In a game between going to the playoffs and not not and not gonna play offs going to shoot boat. I think the biggest thing this year has been for the New England Patriots. Is they Satistics are not as good as everyone else. We're used to see a New England Patriots lack up playoff spot by like week four. We but now just differ statistically other teams are catching up with them. And so the word is that we've used on our network is vulnerable. They seem vulnerable because everybody starting to seem like they're catching up man ability to change things up and really throw a monkey wrench. Everybody's plans. You can't count them out. And they said they're scouting more than anybody else. The collegiate ranks, and then taking somebody's third-string Rex Burkhead and beat you up and down with people like him and Chris HOGAN and James Devlin. Right. I mean, it's it's it's kind of crazy before let you go. Who do you think wins? Steve I say, I think twenty twenty five New England, but I can also see the Rams winning as well. Just because they have made some adjustments that we've never seen a teen may Kansas City, then make them, but the rancher made those adjustments, and they they have done in the middle of the season after some losses that we. Generally, don't feel office of dominating make adjustments round of applause for Steve Smith loose. Geez. Move here. All three hours. It was good. Steve. Thank you. We'll see we'll see at the shop at the NFL network. Again, the pre-game show started five minutes ago on super Sunday JB's move and also Brian Billick still to come here on the rich Eisen show. Everybody's got it to do list..

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